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    hi guys
    my mate was about to throw these supplies away and I wondered if I could use to build an led light
    Mean Well HLG-320H-30A
    any tips welcome or they will go in the trash

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    If that driver is in full working order mate hang on to it, it'll be worth a few quid in any case. 30V is a pity but still a lot you can do with parallel wiring so worth giving it a thought. Gardro am I right in thinking the a series of the hlg range is non-dimmable?

    What sort of rig were you thinking of building mate?

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    30v driver

    Not a natural choice for the regular quantum board sizes. You could run the low power, 120 boards (24v) by dimming.

    All HLG are dimmable rebel mate

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    hi guys well I was thinking about Samsung strips from digikey SL-B8V7N90L1WW but im just noticing they have a forward voltage of 48 v so any advise welcome as they are both cc cv with both pots

    I have two of them and they are brand new in boxes
    my growspace is 4ft x 4ft square and 8ft high so wanted about 400w led
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    can I drive these ? ISH 288 - Horticultural pcb powered by Samsung LM561C and LM301B

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    how about 4 of these per driver ??



    The ISH150 is our latest PCB , we have taken the design of the vastly popular ISH120 PCB and upgraded it's offering by switching the LEDs to the Samsung LM301B while also squeezing an addtional 30 LEDs onto each board which increases intensity while still offering an excellent distribution of light.
    2 of these ISH150 Sun Boards will OUT PERFORM an ISH150 PRO kit for both light output and canopy coverage. 4 ISH150 Sun Boards will OUT PERFORM an ISH265 PRO kit for both light output and canopy coverage.
    Dimmable and easily scalable they are perfect for close quarter growing conditions such as stackable systems or grow facilities with height limitations.
    Technical specifications
    30v rated board
    85W
    300v rated 9amp connectors
    150 Samsung LM301B
    Max current 2800mA
    240mm X 240mm
    No heatsink required
    CE marked

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    Not sure what you are asking?

    You are thinking or you have already bought 2 in boxes? Then asking about other invis boards???

    That part number is very specific what made you make that selection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardro View Post
    30v driver

    Not a natural choice for the regular quantum board sizes. You could run the low power, 120 boards (24v) by dimming.

    All HLG are dimmable rebel mate

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    Hmm interesting, I'll make a mental note to have a look when I'm sober enough to read a datasheet.

    Wayster man you got two of these drivers free? That's a scoop and a half!

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    yes I got two free but want to fill 4 ft x 4 ft space if possible

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    We sometimes use the 320h 30a to run 4 X ish150pcbs

    It's a good driver for these boards.

    Just had another 300 of these boards arrive too so let us know if you want any.

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