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What model plant light is this?

Discussion in 'Plants Index' started by I_Smell_Fish, Mar 17, 2017.

  1. I_Smell_Fish

    I_Smell_Fish New Member

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    I have a 16" Finnex with 53 white LEDs and 4 blue LEDs. It does not have any red LEDs and is not a cliplight. Anyone know the model, wattage, and whether or not it is a low, medium, or high output light?

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    Darrien
     
  2. Ch4rlie

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    Trying to find this light onlne.

    Couple questions, sure its 53 white LED?

    Also there are a couple of models of this Finnex LED, Stingray and Fugeray, would you happen to know which you have?

    But from the information that I can gather about both types, is that the LED's are 7000k, 4 - 10 watts total.

    7,000k is pretty much exactly what you want in terms of kelvin output so thats something.
    But the lack of red CRI LED's is bit of a shame though as thats what plants usually needs but should be fine nonetheless.
    Depends on what plants you aim to grow.
     
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    53 I think its typo. Stingrays have red leds too. Post a picture

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  4. I_Smell_Fish

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    Yes, you're right. It has 56, not 53, white LEDs and 4 blue. It also has a switch on one end for the blue LEDs and a switch on the other end for white LEDs. I don't know whether it's Stingray or Fugeray. That's one thing I hope to find out. I'd mostly like to know if it's high, medium, or low output so I can decide on some plants.

    Maybe this light is an old model, before the prevalence of red lights?

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    Google finnex ray 2 ....definitely not stingray. High par.

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