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  1. Hi all, this is a rolling diary to display ongoing adventures with the custom CXM370 LED system provided by DIYLEDUK As you can see the CXM370 is on a smaller frame, roughly 50cm x 50cm Newly added and to make things more custom we have placed a Vero 1750K COB in the middle to add extra red, this has just been bolted on separately with everything supplied by DIYLEDUK, as you can see it's run off a separate driver which wasn't too hard to mount and make tidy. We've already completed a grow with the CXM370 without the added Vero COB, if you fancy a read you can see it here If you don't fancy a read, here's some of the results
  2. Hiya folks Time to pop my LED cherry with a huge thanks to @diyledukAdam and @Diyleduk Craig who have very kindly and generously sent me one of their new Par+ 240 Pro lights to play with ( not sure they thought this one through ) Will tag in @NanoGrows as I know he is keen to see how this baby performs Anyways here is some official blurb from the Diyleduk website PAR+ 240 PRO Introducing the latest in performance, efficiency and photon distribution, the PAR+ 240 PRO is a seriously impressive bit of kit. High-quality Manufactured to an extremely high standard, the PAR+ 240 PRO doesn't compromise when providing you with the best in photon quality and intensity. The PAR+ brand has worked tirelessly to build a reputation for creating the highest quality LED grow lights. All of our lighting systems go through a final assembly process and rigorous quality control in the UK by trained technicians before leaving us. With an absolutely massive diode count over a large surface area, anodised plate heat-sink, and enhanced further with additional high-quality deep and far red diodes, you'll be fighting a serious urge to show this off! Top-end Performance - Full Spectrum Lighting With each light boasting a whopping 1664 Samsung mid power diodes and 28 deep/Far reds which provides a full spectrum lighting solution, suitable for a wide range of crops from seed to harvest. This light is able to provide an impressive distribution of light over a recommended canopy area of up to 80cm x 80cm or 1.2m x 60cm, while achieving a genuine system-level efficacy of TBA (to be tested and confirmed by a third party EST at 2.5µMol/j with XLG driver). Greater Protection Featuring a waterproof conformal coating to protect diodes and make for easy-cleaning, combined with a 5 year warranty from a UK company, you can be confident that you'll never be left in the dark. Dimmable With a linear dimmer that can take your lights all the way down to OFF, you'll have the flexibility to adapt to specific growing situations as they change. You'll have full control to select the exact intensity you want with a linear dimmer and won't be limited to a few power options. You can also connect multiple light together and dim with just one dimmer using the built in RJ ports. Remote-Mounted, Highly Efficient Drivers Powered by a single, remotely mounted and disconnectable MeanWell XLG driver; you'll be benefiting from lower temperatures and hang-weights than competitor equivalents. You'll have a total of 5m cable length from the plug to your light (2.5m either side of driver). All connectors are waterproof for your safety. Like we said... we don't compromise. Technical Specifications. Hanging height Veg 24" Flower 18" Wattage +/- 5% 0ff-240w Full linear dimming. System Efficiency@ full power TBA μMol/j EST 2.5µMol/j Average PPFD in recommended areaTBAμmol/m2/s Size Weight 240mm (W) x 600mm (L) x 50mm (H) (including gland) (H) ?.kg Coverage veg Up to 1.2m x 1.2m Coverage Flower Up to 80m x 80cm or 1.2m x 0.6m Course me bein me I dinna hae a clue what most o that means But I will take it on faith that it all means good things What I do know is that this is without a doubt the single sexiest piece o grow kit I have ever had Aye this is some bit o kit like Setting up is ridiculously easy... As long as ye dinna take stuff out the box and then forget ye took it out the box like me 5 minutes wondering how the fuck I plug it in till Mrs McHazy pointed out the power lead was sitting behind me from when I took it out the box Other than that it literally takes 2 mins to setup I intend for this to be a rolling diary regardless of what I am growing be it diary comps seeds 4 diary or just my own grows I will always post some pictures on here At the moment I am well into flower with my seeds 4 diary grow for @Dinafem-Mark so not gonna get a full idea of performance this time round but will gie me a chance to get used to them a bit before the next grow kicks off in the new year (and hopefully they well enough established that I winna kill em wi noob mistakes ) Here's a few pics under their new sun Blue Cheese Critical Cheese And the Moby Dick And a quick group shot The light is hung 20" above the canopy running at 80% which I will dial up over the next few days and maybe tweak the height as long as they dinna stress too much So I reckon that will about do fer now thanks again to Adam an Craig for the opportunity to try this wee bad boy out an hopefully I can do it justice an not just learn to kill my plants in new and interestin ways aye Laters fowks
  3. First off, a massive thank you to all the staff involved at @diyleduk I know you guys have been working extremely hard to get units out to people and you have continued to provide a stellar service all while moving location and being affected by the lockdown measures - bravo. So we're here finally! The QX Boards have arrived, I have 2 of the 75 watt versions and already I want more! It's been in my plans for a long while now to establish a Nursery to house genetics and root cuttings to move in to the flower chamber but space has been a major issue, I have a space where I have a small propagation tent set up (Secret Jardin DP60) this is only 60x40 cm floor space so I thought why not buy another DP60 propagation tent and stack them, keep mothers in one and root cuts or start seeds in the other great so I asked Adam for 2 boards as I wanted to replace my old 48 watt T5 system. I went in to my local(ish) hydro store just for my normal browse and I came across one of these Garden HighPro Propagation Tents, soon as I saw it and walked over to it the missus knew I was already buying it, this tent is the same footprint as my DP60 but it's 2m high! 5 shelves all of which you can pop out to create less but larger spaces I absolutely love it, there's space to root cuts or start seeds, space to hold cuts or mother plants or even males for breeding. I hate tents but this went up fast, it was up weeks ago and I've just been admiring it since and waiting to get it lit up. What a beauty! I love the low profile it saves so much headspace compared to the T5. That's only on the lowest draw as well so we're covering a 60x40cm area with a good spread and decent light level at 5(ish) watts! As you can also see each shelf has a waterproof lining so I wont have to worry about water dropping down the levels on lower fixtures. This is the second shelf down from the top so the top has nothing in it. The shelf under is left empty. We can take out the shelf liner and lift the wire rack shelf out.... This gives us double the headspace for larger stock or even vegging out a plant or two to give them a head start before going to the flower chamber! The second unit, again the bottom is left for expansion so that's 2 decent spaces which is great because as you'll all see I have plenty of seeds to play with! The front door is double layered, the inside door is clear and the outer light proof material velcro's to it if you need total darkness. Really chuffed with this little set up, low watts, small foot print, big potential. Genetics I've got a good collection of regular seeds that I've bought based on nostalgia and my love for Skunk, there's some Sativa in there too as I'm looking for something lifting. We have Subscription Seeds - Pineapple Skunk x The New (aka Dirty Larry) by @Smokebelch, Super Manny and Skunk Liver by @Highburyway, Psycho Animal Stomper x MAC 1 by @buddy13, Lemon Amnesia x (Cheese x Blues) and (Cheese x Blues) x (Cheese x Blues) by @highgrower, Smile F2 by @dannychoo, Smottie Remix by @Budelaire and Psycho Animal Stomper x Moonshine Haze by @golf.007 KGBeans - Psychosis BX2, Psychotropic and Wine Gums Seedman Seeds - Early Durban Underground Seeds(france) - Amnesia IBL, Sour'Kush and Durgan Chitral Mr. Nice Auctions - Angel Heart, N.H.S., ASH, Mango Widow, Nordle and NL5 x Skunk I also have some feminised seeds some gifted, some won and some bought all have something interesting. Dinafem - Orange Juice, Blue Widow, Amnesia Kush, Original Amnesia, Critical Cheese, Quick Critical+ and Critical 2.0 Seedism Seeds - Champagne Kush and Kush Valley Lemon Sorbet G13 Labs - Maltezerz Sweet Seeds - Sweet Zkittlez Izzy Whizzy, Let's get busy!
  4. glad i won a £100 voucher and i have used it a few weeks ago on some veg lights and ledgrowlights have send me some extra goodies including some organic nutrients and these room shades below... and a shot of the skunk 1 i may have to address a gnat issue but there are plenty of sticky in there and seems to be getting under control now i will hopefully post some photos up as i get a chance peace out ....
  5. The PAR+ 240 PRO and PAR+465 PRO full spectrum LED lighting systems are here! This is a day I've been looking forward to for a long time now....the announcement of our new PAR+ V2 range. Take a look at these stunning new designs PAR+ 240 PRO - LED PAR+ 465 PRO - LED We have all worked really hard (but especially Adam) to again bring the highest standards possible and we hope you guys will appreciate the absolutely cracking price vs performance and complete peace-of-mind we're trying to establish and maintain with this brand. Every light has been assembled here on site and is personally tested by either myself or Adam before it leaves the door. Take a read through some product info below or click for a direct link to the 465 PRO. The 240 PRO we're currently sold out of but a restock won't be far away. We're also getting these lights sent away for some third party lab testing, so once the results are back with us we'll post them up here. HIGH QUALITY Manufactured to an extremely high standard, PARPLUSLED doesn't compromise when providing you with the best in photon quality and intensity. The PAR+ brand has worked tirelessly to build a reputation for creating the highest quality LED grow lights. All of our lighting systems go through a final assembly process and rigorous quality control in the UK by trained technicians before leaving us. TOP END SAMSUNG LEDS - FULL SPECTRUM LIGHTING With an absolutely massive diode count over a large surface area, anodised plate heat-sink, and enhanced further with additional high-quality deep and far red diodes, you'll be fighting a serious urge to show this off! With each board (2 x PCB's per 240W, 4 x PCB's per 465W) boasting a whopping 832 Samsung mid power diodes and 14 deep/Far reds, the PAR+ PRO range is a full spectrum lighting solution suitable for a wide range of crops, from seed to harvest. SPLASHPROOF CE COATING Featuring a splash proof conformal coating to protect diodes and make for easy-cleaning, combined with a 5 year warranty from a UK company, you can have real peace-of-mind in the longevity of this light. FULL LINEAR DIMMING With a linear dimmer that can take your lights all the way down to OFF, you'll have the flexibility to adapt to specific growing situations as they change. You'll have full control to select the exact intensity you want with a linear dimmer and won't be limited to a few power options. You can also connect multiple light together and dim with just one dimmer using the built in RJ ports. REMOTE MOUNTED POWER SUPPLIES Powered by a single, remotely mounted and disconnectable MeanWell driver; you'll be benefiting from lower temperatures and hang-weights than competitor equivalents. You'll have a total of 5m cable length from the plug to your light (2.5m either side of driver). All connectors are waterproof for your safety. Note: this light is plug and play out of the box, no assembly required! WARRANTY FROM A UK COMPANY We offer a 5 Year warranty as standard with all our PAR+ PRO fixtures PAR+ 240 PRO TECHNICAL DETAILS AND INFORMATION: Hanging height Veg 24" Flower 18" Wattage +/- 5% 0FF-240w Full linear dimming. Light engine efficiency System efficiency EST 2.8µMol/j EST 2.55µMol/j Average PPFD in 80cmx80cm Average PPFD in 1.2mx60cm TBA TBA Light Size Driver Size Weight 240mm (W) x 600mm (L) x 50mm (H) (including gland) 195.0mm x 63.0mm x 35.5mm 3.kg Coverage veg Up to 1m x 1m Coverage Flower Up to 80m x 80cm or 1.2m x 0.6m PAR+ 465 PRO TECHNICAL DETAILS AND INFORMATION: Hanging height Veg 24" Flower 20" Wattage +/- 5% OFF-465w Full linear dimming with no steps. Light engine efficiency System efficiency EST 2.8μmol/j EST 2.7μmol/j Average PPFD in 1MX1M Average PPFD in 1.2MX1.2M 900-1000 μmol/m2/s 700-800 μmol/m2/s Light Size Driver Size Weight 480mm (W) x 600mm (L) x 50mm (H) (Including cable glands) 235.2mm x 125.0mm x 43.8mm 7.kg Coverage veg Up to 1.5m x 1.5m Coverage Flower Up to 1.2m x 1.2m We're also creating a new dedicated PAR+LED website with some helpful resources: including things like PAR maps and stockist information. Click on the link to check it out - https://parplusled.com/ Any questions or feedback is most welcome on here! Take care guys
  6. The full SCOPEX® range is now available to pre-order! Looking for a high quality, Full spectrum LED fixture? SCOPEX® has got your back. Complete with a 5 year warranty, from a trusted UK company, and at just £1-per-watt! No matter how you want to take things to the next level - whether you're looking for a veg light, to fill that dark side in your room, or a complete light replacement - the SCOPEX® range has got you covered. Take a look at our blog post here, or shop for them here.
  7. 7th Sweet Seeds® Grow Diary Competition Just reserving a place for when the time comes to get involved in my first Sweet Seeds® Grow Diary Competition. I initially purchased And included along with my order So I initially thought that I was gonna go with this line-up Sweet Zkittlez®, Sweet Tai®, Red Hot Cookies® and Big Foot® Then after reading what some others here on UK420 were growing for the competition, reminded me of a couple of other strains I'd been interested in for ages. So back on to Sweet Seeds website to place another order. This time I've bought Mohan Ram® and Sweet Afghani Delicious S1® as I do like a high Indica content to help with the pain management and getting a decent sleep Next update will probably be my a photo of the additional seeds and my equipment list and germination plans(once I figure it out). Best of luck to everyone competing on UK420 and on the other included forums I look forward to following along and hopefully having a good laugh with my fellow competitors.
  8. Lumatek Zeus 600w and 600w PRO led grow lights now in stock at diyleduk. Please use this thread for any information requests, inquires and general talk about this range of products. You can find Craigs overview and comparison blog here https://diyleduk.com/blogs/news/introducing-the-lumatek-zeus-600w-and-600w-pro You can buy them here- https://diyleduk.com/collections/lumatek-zeus-led/products/lumatek-zeus-600w-led-grow-light https://diyleduk.com/collections/lumatek-zeus-led/products/lumatek-zeus-600w-pro-led-grow-light 10% off use code "ZEUS" will end on Monday. Thanks Adam.
  9. What up fellow farmers?! I am pleased to be back with another diary on the forum so quickly! This has been strange times with lockdowns, restrictions and so forth.. Nothing to do really but crack on full force! That said, plan has been in motion and I am converting to shed growing... That's right, living the mans dream! Not only that, but the lads at DiyLedUK HQ have kindly put me down as a tester for them to grow and document with the new SCOPEX-680 grow light! Would like to say a BIG thanks to @diyleduk and @Diyleduk Craig for the support and motivation booster to crack on. This isn't just giving me new equipment to use, but has also made me pull my finger out to get a diary going and growing back on form, bigup! I will do the usual format with my diaries and of course, it will be a Living Soil / No-Till diary. This won't be a regular weekly updated diary, but a consistent one seeing various genetics grown out with the light cycle after cycle in the same soil un-tilled. As usual, tap water only: No EC or PH ever measured or adjusted meaningfully. Photos during the diary you are going to have to bear with me to be fair... I am shooting in Manuel mode on my DSLR and still learning my way around the camera in different scenarios and mostly lighting, so they will vary as I experiment with settings, tripod etc THE SHED The shed is a basic 5.52m2 kit shed snapped up at a lumber yard during winter sales. The dimensions are 216 x 256 x 220cm, it didn't come with a floor - so I have ordered 6 skid beams and an 18mm sheet for the floor which arrives this week. For insulation, 75mm cellotex panels will be added and then covered with 12mm sheets. Intake will be a 6 inch inlet, outtake 8 inch as per my RVK fans. The flower chamber will be 1.5 x 1.5 x 2m which is all I can really confirm at the second to be honest. I am a build and go guy, difficult for me to take a sketch and plan rather than stepping inside and seeing what actually works functionally and practically. So anything else in the shed will be built around the flower chamber on the fly with ducktape and a hammer like a true pro Anyway, a chippy mate is coming down to give me a hand, so should be more than a pile of wood on the weekend The plan moving forwards, is to add a 3000w inverter, solar panels and batteries so that it can take some strain off the grid consumption. However, my budget has been spunked - so it will be an addition Easter time greatly welcomed being based in south east of Spain. Got to be worth a go right?! SCOPEX-680 LED GROW LIGHT This is the latest in LED lighting, I shall just start off saying I have owned and used 5 different makes/models of LED lights including; HLG Quantum boards, Scope V1/V2, Atreum ARA-20 and Highlight V1 - so definitely feel in a good position to stretch the lights legs and give some honest feedback. The light I have is the SCOPEX-680 ADVANCED model which is similar to the PRO, the difference being a 0.1 μmol/j as the ADVANCED uses Samsung LM301H white diodes and the PRO uses Osram white diodes. They both feature Osram 660nm deep red diodes (to my knowledge). Unboxing it was quite the experience, I have owned a 6 bar strip LED light thinking it was a big fixture, this box was big! I genuinely thought the Mrs had ordered a new TV, so sent Adam a message excited after discovering it was from him. Adam replied something like "Wait until you get it out the box..." - it was folded in half! These are big fixtures and really look smart folded, and unfolded: The brightness impact on them is 10/10 really, they are blinding! The photos above were taken with the light dimmed to 280w or it would have been tricky to get exposure haha! I do have a sticker kit on route so excuse it's nakedness. With the fixture itself, the kettle power lead input is a dream. I had 4 Meanwell drivers and cables hanging down on my last grow combining LED fixtures - so this a huge plus for me having a single cable and plug for my lighting. Dimming is done with a dial on the fixture, which is amazing compared to using a screw driver to adjust a dimming screw. I will get the controller hooked up when they land, but this is just peachy for now: GENETICS IN DA SHED I am on a bit of a Strain Hunter mission right now - after losing loads of time running seed packs, losing mum's and generally not being satisfied with the final outcomes after having a vast mother collection in the past..... So with a little help, I am not cycling through some genetics. Current mother plants in my cab with T5 lights is: Apple Fritter - Lumpy's Flowers Unknown information on this strain heritage, that I know of anyway. Root Brother - The Source Genetics / ThaRealOGKushman Rootbeer BX1 x Pure Thai x Face Off #4 Sour Lime Glue - Unknown Info No info currently on this strain, it may come soon though. Bit of an animal though thus far! I also have Jungle Cake, Runtz, Ice Cream Cake cuts with a mate I will grab in the next couple of weeks and will probably give MAC 1 a run at some stage also. That should keep things interesting cycling through different genetics, some of it being "Cali Hype" I guess too... The overall game plan here, will be to keep track of flavours, effect, THC tested levels etc in a spreadsheet or similar I can refer too (geek!) and filter down the mum's to personal keepers/faves. I am no connoisseur by any means, but I would like to end up with 4 mum's I can pull cuts off on repeat and keep it to that... Probably a bit ambitious, but I do like a challenge! LIVING SOIL MIX I will be using the same soil mix as my previous cycle/diary in the DiyLedUK 2020 Grow Diary competition. This will be cycle 3.... For anyone not following along from last time, my soil mix is: - 40% Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss - 40% Worm Castings - 10% Coco Coir - 10% Biochar Per cubic foot, the soil is amended with: - 3/4 cup of Kelp Meal - 3/4 cup of Neem Cake - 3/4 cup of Crab Meal - 1 cup of Malted Barley (2-row diastatic ground fresh only) - 7 cups of Basalt PEST CONTROL Anyone following me last time will know I had massive spider mite issues on my last cycle towards the last week of flower. This is something I really will be going to town on this time! Basically, it took me over a month to get rid of the spider mite completely AFTER chopping. The main conclusion, was that my Emerald Mountain Royal Wedding was a fucking beacon for spider mite indoors! I figured this is not really an issue outside, as you have environmental factors such as; wind, rain, humidity what don't make it so habitable for an infestation. I have passed the cut to a friend who grows outdoors, so it's safe should it be worth keeping for outside runs only. Since getting rid of it, I have not done any pesticide or neem foliar treatment - only lots of Dill seedlings growing, occasional Aloe foliars and good air circulation using an oscillating fan. Being a new grow room, I don't have any predators established now, unless they have hung out in the soil for 6 weeks or so outside! That said, I will be making full use of Indian warefare in the forms of; Beauvianna Bassiana,Verticillium Lecanii and Metarhizium Anisopliae. These are organic fungus that as a foliar blended, will paralyse, shut down and kill off any soil or leaf critters. This was information passed to me by FarmerPalmersNT, so shout out to the badman! Once the grow room, bed and girls are established - I will start adding predators, millipedes and all sorts to get the soil food web and pest prevention back into full flow as quickly as possible. SNIP AND GO! I think that's everything I can say, so down to business! First step was to grab snips off the mums. I take my cuts using tap water and freshly squeezed gel from Aloe Vera plants. I let the stems sit in the water for 24 hours to eliminate oxygen entry and then plug them into eazycubes. Set and forget in the prop for 5 days, then start hardening in with air so they don't wilt when you remove them from the prop: Apple Fritter Root Brother Sour Lime Glue With the cold nights at the moment they have taken way longer than usual to throw roots, so I put a heat mat on 2 days ago and the Sour Lime Glue shot roots the 24-48 hours. I expect the rest will follow in the next day or two: Right, that's enough waffling! I do struggle with these first posts to condense info.. Should probably just link to a previous diary, but hey ho! I will check back in on the weekend with the shed build completed and hopefully everything potted up into 1 litres ready to move into the No-Till bed soon after. I will also get cover crop and companion plant down in the main bed - or the cuts will just out grow it within 2 weeks Thanks for looking, stay safe everyone!
  10. Welcome growers.. This is my micro grow in the shed stealth style! (Attempt) I've been growing outdoors in the UK for the last 5 years with only a cabinet to get my seedlings going. Done the odd seed to harvest with CFLs but nothing special. Then I came across the QX-75 LED board from @diyleduk which looked made to measure for my cabinet and ideal for temps being in the shed. Never using an led before excited to get going was a understatement. Yesterday I received my QX-75 LED through the door from @diyleduk and it's obvious these lights are miles above anything iv seen before for light output to wattage! On full power 75w is crazy bright! Couldn't believe how bright it was. Would like to say a massive thank you to Adam for sorting it out! The light QX-75 Each QX board has 128 leds in total. 120x LM301H (3500k) 6x LM351H (660nm deep red) 2x (730nm far red) And looks pretty The driver has a nice length of cable to reach outside my cabinet and the dimmer switch is a very easy way to adjust wattage The cabinet I decided the cabinet needed upgrading ready for the new light to give me the best chance possible.. Dimensions, 35x35x80cm I put a mini tube heater in and usb fan to help control temps. Then decided I know longer like access from the side. Swapped set up around so I could get to the plants from the front. Both pc fans have acoustic ducting attached. The bottom one bringing in air through the bottom of the shed The top one is connected to my 4" rvk fan that's boxed in for silence sitting on a rhino carbon filter. I then insulted the cabinet.. I put the inkbird probe under shade from the light. Attached a wac1 step controller to my 4" rvk to reduce noise further. Then yesterday I got to do the exciting part.. getting the light in and set up
  11. Atreum Hydra - 1000 LED Grow Light

    From the album kush and some cheese

    i love this already

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  12. SCOPEX 900 Full Spectrum LED Grow Light - Available to pre-order NOW Throwing out more useable light than nearly any grow light out there on the market and at a genuinely unbeatable price for such a high-quality LED fixture, this light is a more than worthy upgrade from a 1000W HPS. Even when running at 720 watts, it's able to match the photon output of a 1000W DE HPS and can easily outperform a 1000W single bulb HPS lamp. Matched for 1.5m x 1.5m grow spaces and upwards, you'll have all the usable light you need to get maximum results in this footprint (skill and experience depending, of course). The aim with this new range is to provide a great performing, solidly built light at a price that makes LED growing accessible to as many people as possible. All ScopeX LEDs come with a 5 year warranty for full peace of mind. This light sits at the top end of our £1-per-watt ScopeX range, and at £900, when you compare this light to other similar priced and similar wattage LEDs from other competitors, there should be no doubt about the value-for-money to be had here. We've got a limited quantity available for pre-order and we're getting the first round sent to us by air to get them in as fast for you guys as possible. You can guarantee one for yourself from this first round by following the pre-order link here. SPECIFICATIONS System PPF Output: 2120 μmol/s Power Draw: 900w MAX (+/-5%) System Efficacy: 2.4 μmol/j ( Waterproofing; IP65 light bars Size: 112cm x 107cm x 6cm Weight: 14KG Area Coverage: Veg 2m x 2m - Flower 1.5m x 1.5m Warranty: 5 Year Full warranty from UK stock Certifications: ROHS - CE - ETL WHAT DO I GET IN THE BOX? 1x SCOPEX 900 LED Lighting System 1x 3M UK Power Cable 4x Metal Geared Adjustable Hangers 1x Instruction Manual
  13. Now with a new, lower price… Elite performance, efficiency and photon distribution is now even more accessible to the grower! Since realising the massive success of our first batch of PAR+ Pro, we've boosted production numbers and endeavoured to streamline the design and manufacturing process (with zero compromises on quality). As a result of this, we’ve been able to reduce our RRP - passing this saving on to you and offering even better value for money. Assembled here in the UK, not a single light leaves our premises without being tested by myself or Adam. Our entire PAR+ Pro range really does offer unbeatable value, quality and performance for the grower. The PAR+465 Pro is now just £599 and the PAR+240 Pro just £329! For a more detailed look, follow this link. We're currently in production with our latest batch. Just waiting on some final parts to arrive and then they'll be straight out the door. If you don't want to miss out on one you can pre-order yours here.
  14. Telos 6 and 10 Slimline Pro LED - A new high in UK Manufacturing https://ledgrowlights.co.uk/collections/telos-led-grow-lights Telos have once again, with their Telos Pro Slim range of full spectrum LED grow lights, got our mouths watering with their exceptional workmanship and quality. Slimmer and Sleeker Now slimmer, lighter and sleeker. The new and improved Telos 6 and Telos 10 LED fixtures posses some fantastic and completely unique selling points that set them apart from other brands currently on the market. Offering a level of multi-fixture light uniformity, build-quality and longevity that other manufacturers can only dream of; for many growers, these small-form-factor lights may well be best solution for their area. Check out our detailed blog, so you can see for yourself why we really do rate them so highly. https://ledgrowlights.co.uk/blogs/news/telos
  15. From today until 11:59pm 20th April we've got a 4:20 sale on! Good opportunity to upgrade to LED with the weather now warming up.. For example, you can grab yourself a Linx 650 for just £719.95.... a ScopeX 680 Advanced for £779.95.... or a Lumatek Zeus 600 Pro for only £739.95! *while stocks last https://diyleduk.com/collections/420-sale
  16. Right I’m looking at upgrading my lights for the summer but not sure which unit to go for out of the lumatek Zeus pro 600 or the new diyleduk scopex 680 advanced it will be replacing my 600watt HPS any feed back of either of them would be very helpful. cheers in advance
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  18. Hi all DIY'ers, I thought you might like a look at a hybrid light I made from 2x @diyleduk products. First purchase was a 'Scope 275' back in the day, later upgraded just the lighting strips to Scope V2, which offer more deep reds than the original Scope. Then came a High Light 240 lighting board, which I bought after reading the following blurb: "The extremely popular highlight board kit - for true connoisseur growers - is back and better than ever! With new features and an improved spectrum; these are amongst the most advanced LED grow lights on the market.The new "High Light 420" Horticultural LED pcb takes growing to the next level. With a broader UV range, increased Far Red, splash-resistant coating, and a waterproof plug-and-play cable system. With 20% better efficiency than the original High Light boards - over 3 umol/j at low current - these Australian-made grow lights combine top-bin Nichia LEDs with an array of customised highly efficient LED Teknik diodes (420 total), that cover the entire spectral range from UV to Far Red (390nm-780nm) with no supplementary lighting required. A collaboration between Grow Lights Australia and LED Teknik, the High Light 420 board is the most efficient “true” full spectrum, single-channel LED grow light on the market. These new lights have 5% UV and near-UV (390-420nm) and 10% Far Red (700-780nm) for faster growth and essential oil production." Most of which I didn't understand except the bit that says "faster growth and essential oil production", and I was sold. The High Light 240 alone is possibly overkill for an 80x80cm tent but I knew they'd be great together. I bolted a frame together using 40mm aluminium u-channel for the Scope V2 strips, wrapped the frame around the High Light pcb, wired the Scope strips back up in parallel and hung the beast up for my next SCROG. I even sprayed the frame in black paint to make it look nice. Both the Vo ADJ & Io ADJ on the original Scope driver now at lowest setting, which I believe to be 50% - The dimmer on the High Light is set to around 1/4 turn off the lowest setting. In action, both on: Using the Scope V2's to replicate sunrise and sunset, they're on alone for 2 hours before the High Light kicks in, same in reverse, the Scope's fly solo for the last 2 hours. Full sun Temps and RH% sorted My Sassberry (Purple Haze x GG3) looking happy with all that light. Another week and there's no space in there, especially once the grid is installed for an even canopy. So that's it, both lights really compliment each other. With 2x drivers on separate timers, I can play with both to respond to the plants needs. Both on 100% would create a lot of heat and probably burn the plants, but reducing both to half voltage, using only the Scope for the first and last 2hrs, I should keep running costs and heat down.
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  23. it was exciting to see this competition a few month back and i was likeing it, thinking ill be involved but i never got around to the entry so im going to do my photo diary from now as the plants are at a stage were it gets interesting and hopefully you can just enjoy what you see... just thought about maybe i should look at the camera setting to compensate for the brightness so i try that next time.
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  25. A massive thank you to everyone who's taken part in our diary competition - @TheGreenShabeenReturns, @HEAVY_SMOKER, @Notorious B.U.D, @Mischief-Crew, @Shumroom, @growinggold, @SYZYGY, @lildaveham, @vince noir rock n roll star, @Moju, @Lazy Dayz, @Dan t, @Ranec, @Văru', @Larry Badgeley, @Sid the sloth, @Geoff, @iShouldCoCo, @Dirk-Diggler There have been way more entrants worthy of the shortlist than I could reasonably list for voting. Me and Adam really felt ruthless not including so many of these but we had to narrow it down as much as possible. With that being said, we couldn't bring ourselves to nominate any less than 8 of you guys. And big shout out to @InTheSystem who has very selflessly bowed out to allow someone else to make the shortlist. Please take a look through each person's amazing diary (link to each below in no particular order) and drop a vote for whoever you think is worthy of winning the £1000 prize, out of the 8 we've shortlisted. Sorry to everyone who didn't make it, it was very close.