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    Cool Ceph the red



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    fantastic mate. wow. That LED seems fantastic. I am trying out a new DIY fixture myself for a ceph. Looking forward to see how it will turn out.

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    I love the red veins is this a seed grown ceph

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    oye v!

    thanks!
    yeah i just saw your thread... very cool, what choices did you make in led selection?

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    no, not seed grown.... its a Hummer's Giant variant of one flavor or another
    very typical in cultivation

    The red colorization is (I assume) a result of the far red LED combo I am using.
    This clone has the normal dark/blackish color when grown under more "typical" lighting conditions.

    I think the color looks amazing. I'm not going to change a thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    oye v!

    thanks!
    yeah i just saw your thread... very cool, what choices did you make in led selection?

    The red colorization is (I assume) a result of the far red LED combo I am using.
    This clone has the normal dark/blackish color when grown under more "typical" lighting conditions.

    I think the color looks amazing. I'm not going to change a thing.
    Nice to hear from you mate. Been a long long while. The color combo is currently two cool whites, 1 UV and 1 deep red. I found fantastic results with my ecotech fixture. So was trying to replicate it in part with a smaller fixture keeping in mind the wavelengths that might be critical while preserving view ability.
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    very cool, do you know what the wavelength of the deep red is and where did you source it?

    has been too long....after losing google talk, I don't have a chat program anymore.
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    Hey B,

    Have u tried google hangouts? I have beeb trying to get in touch. its pretty much the same thing as Facebook messenger or apple iMessage.

    I got them from rapidled after seeing Randall's (RSS) attempts at his LED system. (Thanks RSS for the idea) This is pretty much a moonlight solderless kit with 4 other led. This is a deep red 660nm LED. I have been reading a bit about binning of LED... so the accuracy of that wavelength is harder to pin down/trust. But it should be in that range. Lets see how it goes.

    cheers

    V
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