A really Good Site to Compare LED's

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I came across this site and it is amazing, it doesn't seem to have any affiliation with any light manufactures or distributors, so the information all seems to be very unbiased.

It allows you to compare via a lot of different variables like wattage, footprint, price, even down to price per watt. I think that anyone looking into buying LEDs to take a look because it just helped me make my decision and I have been going back and forth between about a 1000 different LED sites and this one put all the information I need in one spot.

When you get the page after you have selected what you want to search by, if you scroll down toward the bottom of the page there is an amazing spreadsheet that has everything you could possible want to know when shopping for LEDs. Hope it helps
 

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I'm guessing they have changed the site since you posted this since all I saw was actual wattage, price and ranking (who knows what that is based on). This will not help you select the best light for your situation. I am speaking with experience on this this because I am new and have dropped a sizable amount of coin on lighting that was not suited for my situation. Selecting a light is more involved than just looking at total wattage vs sq footage. I wouldn't have the first clue about selecting lighting for some of these large grow area that I have seen on here but when it comes to small, 2x2.5x5', I have learned a lot - the expensive way! I hope you were able to get the right light for you. Thanks.
 
Oct 11, 2014
10,600
43,247
0
Currently Smoking
DAAAAABS
I'm guessing they have changed the site since you posted this since all I saw was actual wattage, price and ranking (who knows what that is based on). This will not help you select the best light for your situation. I am speaking with experience on this this because I am new and have dropped a sizable amount of coin on lighting that was not suited for my situation. Selecting a light is more involved than just looking at total wattage vs sq footage. I wouldn't have the first clue about selecting lighting for some of these large grow area that I have seen on here but when it comes to small, 2x2.5x5', I have learned a lot - the expensive way! I hope you were able to get the right light for you. Thanks.
Yep. The dream farm is up and running with 1400 W of CMH and 2200 W of DE HPS
 
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