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colboyxx

Migro 100 led light

Hi everyone, I'm currently looking at new led lights and my question is has anyone had any experience with the migro 100 led light, I would like to know if someone is using or used one and how it performed.

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Bit expensive for a single cob, can't see which they use either , they show some data but you can build similar much cheaper than that ...

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Yeh they do show good data for sure, just wondered if they were as good as they read, 

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Think he may be using Luminus cobs they do the job , you could build a few for the price he sells one ...

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Alright there @colboyxx

 

There’s a grow on just recently started, I am sure their using a couple for veg then a few more for flower, can’t remember who it was tho.

 

So factually correct but useless none the less, maybe a future in management? :rofl:

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@Crentz uses them.

 

Quality but fuckin ell are they expensive.

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Its only money, ya cant take it with you ;) 

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@colboyxx I have a Migro 200, just finished my second run with them. 

 

Amazing lights and well worth the money, all the components are quality and these lights are by no means diy, if you add up the cost of quality components to build a light yourself your not actually saving that much after all shipping costs put in as well.;)

 

Anyone that says they could build a couple of these lights for the same cost is buying cheap crap and putting it all together,they are ip67 rated so in theory you could drop this light in a bucket of water and it would still work, not that I'm suggesting you do this :D

They are one of the most efficient leds on the market at the moment with 2.2 µmols/watt, cobs used are luminous cxm 32 80cri. 

 

I just started a new diary and will be running a Migro 200 in Veg and a Migro 600 in flower, here's the link if you want to have a look:yes:

 

Here's a few shots of some buds I just harvested grown under the Migro leds. 

 

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I'm on Instagram as thebudgetgrower as well if you want to have a look at these lights in operation. 

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I'll look in mate, cheers

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I do agree and they are THE most efficient cob light on the market. They are worth the cash. And your grows are very good mate but....I can build 2 for that price @Crentz ..with mean wells too :bag:

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Key said:

I do agree and they are THE most efficient cob light on the market. They are worth the cash. And your grows are very good mate but....I can build 2 for that price @Crentz ..with mean wells too :bag:

 

 

No doubt you could build two lights man but not of this quality and with the safety ratings that come with them, most people are under the impression meanwell drivers are the best thing since sliced bread, there's drivers out there just as efficient for half the price:yep:

Same goes for cree cobs, they are not the best cobs on the market, they are very good cobs but bridgelux and luminous are just as good if not better in some regards and for a lot cheaper:yes:

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Hello all

 

Just got me a migro 100 for a small 60x40x200 tent.

Couple of days ago I started an auto seed on cotton wool, now just put it into the tent in a soaked rockwool cube.

What light height and power do you use for the migro at this very early stage?

 

Thanks

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