LED components: Two SolStrip X4-3500H strips with a total of 576 Samsung LM301H diodes
Coverage area: 2×3 ft bloom, 3×4 ft veg at recommended operating output
Avg Light Intensity: 1275 PPFD at 12 inches
Photosynthetic Flux Efficacy: 2.8 umols/j
Driver: Mean Well HLG-240H-24A
Maximum output: 285 watts actual draw
Recommended operating output: 240-270 watts
Power connector: waterproof screw-together connector
I run 4 250W SolSheets – 18 strips total on two 320 watts PS (35.5w per strip) in a 5×5 tent and they run a few degrees above ambient temperature. Can’t say I’ve heard too many QB owners making that statement especially if they had to use a cookie sheet for a heatsink lol.
I have a 600 watt hid in a 5×5 tent on the same floor with the same inline fan (hid vents outside no filter) and within minutes of opening that tent I’m melting. Also I have to run the 600 at 30 inches from the canopy to try to deal with the heat.
The Solstrips out-produce the 600 watt hid system hands down yield is closer to the 1000 watt super hps and they allow me to run at 2 to 3 inches above the canopy with no issues they require less headroom in the tent and provide even coverage maximizing your space. If the inverse square law keeps you up at night sleep easy with Solstrips. Running at 2-3 inches from the canopy keeps falloff to a minimum and provides me excellent penetration with no larf and if you want to see buds grown with them head over to my random photo thread.
Solstrips and LEDs in general may not be everyone’s cup of tea but if you’re looking for great LEDs and an easy turnkey or DIY solution for transitioning to LEDs give Solstrips a try. -50State
Wayne Sunstrum –
Don’t waste ur money on Amazon or Mars get’er done with any one of these lights. Can’t wait until I can get another one ☝️ -Alberta Canada