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Hi @Greenlane! Sorry for the delayed response. The COBPRO 1000 is a brand new light, so it is not quite yet on our website yet. If you want to place an order for the light, we have them in stock, so just give us a call and we can take your order.
We don't have any videos or charts showing the PAR on these lights, but we have tested it with a hand held PAR meter and the intensity was right in-between our P600 and P900. The unit also covers a 4' x 4' area and pulls roughly 420w from the wall....gotta love that!
Can't wait to get that 'Bat Light' in your hands! We hope to have it available soon!
I do not have the complete specs on this light quite yet....but just to let you know, these are NOT the type of COBs you find in other lights. Traditional COBs are produced by packaging multiple diodes together on one chip, with a yellow phosphor coating making an intense white light. Anytime you put a coating on any light source you are filtering the light, making it slightly less intense...think of a coated light bulb. Not to say you can't grow some serious bud under traditional COBs.
This new light includes the Platinum LED custom 14 band spectrum with NO phosphor coating. It's the same spectrum found in our other series lights, just in COB form...ya'll heard it here first!
I'm looking forward to seeing this new light it action!
Hey, I've recently been looking into cobs. By chance one of my girls bought this Chinese torchlight from Amazon... It's a cob light. And there's this LOVELY feature that it has. Like if you pull the front part forward... The light lense or something moves and the beem gets very focused. The light has a solid edge like projector headlights on a car. You can choose it's light footprint. This feature would be a game changing feature for cob growlights in terms of efficiency because nearly all growlights we can't tune it's footprint. And light leaks everywhere. Just a thought...