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Sbreef Fresh Water Led 165 Watt Par Data

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by SingAlongWithTsing, Mar 1, 2018.

  1. SingAlongWithTsing

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    Lots of data there?

    Average PUR almost 70 so that's good.

    Just pick your desired PAR by adjusting colors.
     
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    So, you have your data here as well :)
    I am also impressed with the PUR readings - especially at how much higher they are than my "super special" Satellite Pro lights ;-)
     
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    Very nice thorough job. I don't use even use LED lights and really enjoyed looking it over. Nice work.

    And looks like a very nice lighting choice.
     
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    Interesting looking through the PAR data -- as the input power% increases, it's not a linear progression. Half the max PAR output is achieved at about 40% input. In the higher input ranges, increases don't increase output PAR as much as in the lower ranges.

    Your mileage will vary depending on the particular lights, drivers, etc., but this provides a helpful example of what to expect out of a system.
     
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