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    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible_Sun View Post
    Hi, thanks for the post. The R Strip retro fit is what you need. Your 10% forum discount can also be utilised. Thanks.

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    Hi Bg its Rich. Kev has been running the forums i just noticed this tho haha

    You only but need to ask pal.

    R strips or 2 here for you whenever pal

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardro View Post
    Ok thanks so we got deep and far red. Just wanted to know what benefits these additional strips brings to those of a white board?

    What ratio of deep to far have you gone with?
    Bump genuinely interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardro View Post
    Bump genuinely interested
    Sorry Gardro I missed this. The ratio of deep to far is 2-1.
    https://invisiblesunled.co.uk/collec...-retro-fit-kit

    There is the link on the website and of course you will get a reduction in price.

    Kind Regards

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    Hi Gardro its Rich,

    you know me well enough to pick up the phone an have a conversation with me about our products instead of picking on Kev youre a forum bully :lol:, the numbers on the site, actually come to think of it i haven't heard from you in a while.

    But in answer to your questions

    2-1 is the ratio we settled on after testing numerous ratios, as you know with previous discussions we have been working on these since last November, no we haven't written a white paper on it for you Gardro.
    Interestingly though we shipped 320 of them to Isreal this month . We look forward to some nice data back on that.

    The whites on the strip feed the reds as they are not on a separate rail, interestingly we actually have a product on route with complete spectrum control but enough said about that. The strips as stated on the website are 2.19 umols/J when utilising the cri90 whites, the sphere test was also done at 1050mA without a heatsink.

    There are many benefits for adding deep an far red combination as you know, namely, increased metabolism which leads to increased photosynthesis by the emerson effect. Another added benefit is that by having the whites included on the strip rather than it just being an exotic strip is that you can add a bit of additional light which never hurt and additionally it benefits as add on to the diy frame kits we do, extra light in flower is always a bonus. We chose the CRI90 option of the LM301H to add more colour depth to the strip.

    Results we see from using them in our testing (again no white paper im afraid) are the following

    Denser more swollen buds

    Faster harvest

    Earlier Trich production




    If you have any more questions about it call me on the office line

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardro View Post
    I know you are only joking as you cant hold me with that high a regard.

    Only asking. Sometimes what some are asking others are thinking.

    If Kev feels bullied, then tell him i thought it was you.
    I wouldn't say bullied as that's something that's never happened to me physically or virtually.

    I just thought you were trying to discredit our products. Adding these in at £60-£70 and using them for 6-7 years is hardly gonna cost you pennies. I would say that they will make you many more £s. As you know though we don't condone the use of our lights for illegal purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible_Sun View Post
    I wouldn't say bullied as that's something that's never happened to me physically or virtually.

    I just thought you were trying to discredit our products. Adding these in at £60-£70 and using them for 6-7 years is hardly gonna cost you pennies. I would say that they will make you many more £s. As you know though we don't condone the use of our lights for illegal purposes.

    Kind Regards

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    Sorry to get involved here but I must say that nothing gardro wrote here came across as trying discredit or bully anyone to me personally, this is from a biased point of view, sometimes words over the internet can be easily misconstrued

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardro View Post
    Au contraire. Asking factual questions and having a sponsor nail some factual answers was a great opportunity for you.

    As you are a sponsor and you are deeming me to be negative, i will steer clear
    Sounds good. You were asking these questions intimating that you were seriously considering a purchase when I believe you weren't.

    I honestly consider that to be time wasting. If you had asked based upon wanting us to provide info to help people, that's different.

    Anyway I'm spending time I don't have on this now.

    All the best and thanks for your enquiry

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    Sorry to get involved here but I must say that nothing gardro wrote here came across as trying discredit or bully anyone to me personally, this is from a biased point of view, sometimes words over the internet can be easily misconstrued
    I didn't feel bullied tbf. Gardro is simply wasting our time as he has no intention of making a purchase.

    I wouldn't say that I misunderstood his intentions at all.

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    Quick question lads. I've got the ISH150 pro.

    Does the driver come set at the best power setting or should I buy a watt meter then adjust the wee screw at the back?

    I know this isn't the proper term for it but I'm shite at electrical terms lol.

    Love my 150 but just curious incase I'm running it at lower power lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoobywho View Post
    Quick question lads. I've got the ISH150 pro.

    Does the driver come set at the best power setting or should I buy a watt meter then adjust the wee screw at the back?

    I know this isn't the proper term for it but I'm shite at electrical terms lol.

    Love my 150 but just curious incase I'm running it at lower power lol.

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    Hi Scoob

    Thanks for your enquiry. It's usually set to max or a hair under. Always best to check. On full power it will draw around 146w at the wall.

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible_Sun View Post
    Hi Scoob

    Thanks for your enquiry. It's usually set to max or a hair under. Always best to check. On full power it will draw around 146w at the wall.

    Hope this helps.

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    Brilliant mate will get a watt meter then cheers for the quick reply.

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    I give our sponsors moderation powers in their subforums to be able to edit, sticky/unsticky their own posts.

    I expect any post that is problematic is reported in the usual way or I will remove the post edit facility...
    “Faith moves mountains, but only knowledge moves them to the right place...”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible_Sun View Post
    Hi Bg its Rich. Kev has been running the forums i just noticed this tho haha

    You only but need to ask pal.

    R strips or 2 here for you whenever pal

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    Thank you kindly rich or Kev


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    PM.sent Rich or Kev

    Thank you in advance

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