HLG 100 V2 4000K Horticulture Lighting Group Quantum Board LED Grow Light Veg & Bloom | Version 2 High-Efficiency Upgraded Samsung LM301B LED's
|Brand||Horticulture Lighting Group|
|Item Weight||3.8 Pounds|
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- Bundle Includes- 1x HLG 100 V2 4K and 1x 100ml Radix Plant Root Stimulator
- Quantum Board LED Grow Light with Samsung LM301B LEDs. Actual Power consumption 95Watts.
- Veg Footprint 3'X3', Flowering Footprint 2'X2'
- 4000K White Light Full Spectrum for Vegging, Greens and Suppliment light
- Equivalent to 220W T5 or 300W CFL output or 200W metal halide
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HLG 100 V2 uses our custom designed High efficiency white light Quantum Boards and can be used for flowering upto 2'x2' space or vegging, clones in a 3'x3' space. With a total of 192 pcs Samsung LM301B LED's, this fixture produces 15,000+ Lumens with just 95 Watts of power. Equivalent to 220W T5 or 300W CFL output or 200W metal halide. Can also be used as supplement light. Non-Dimmable Meanwell Power Supply included with NEMA 1-15p plug. Checkout HLG 100 V2 with 3000K option if looking for more Red/Warm spectrum for flowering.
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Took away one star simply because the lights do run quite hot. Since the power supply sits on top of the lights I am a little worried about the heat burning things out prematurely. One recommendation I have would be to add metal spacers so that they power supply is slightly raised and sitting above the actual board. This way the power supply and board wont be heating each other as much.
Ended up ordering some cheap clip fans that I'll point at the lights -- Hopefully that will be enough to cool them.
This LED Light is surprisingly cool. It has no fans to dissipate heat because it doesn't produce enough heat to make it necessary!! Such little heat is produced, I've decided this is going to be my big money saving solution and plan to order several more to fully compliment my small grow needs. With this solving my excessive heat issues from older units, heat problems simply just go away!!
PROs: Very bright like sunlight! Not very heavy and easy to put in place. Small footprint and excellent performance. All LEDs are lit and working. The difference between my old big green, 3 fan heat monster and this, is like night and day!!
Cons: Since there's so little heat, I'd like a bigger unit (longer & wider) for more coverage for the money!! Requires careful handle so as to not damage the power connector which is exposed and vulnerable. This review is based on short term use. Long term use report will come with time, of course!
Once in place, these only need to be moved up or down as you may require!! Three of these LED Lights should cover a 5' by 5' area or larger if placed correctly. I plan on using two of these for a 2' x 4' area resting assured two will be more than enough. From what I am able to tell, the 4000K spectrum are best to promote vegetative growth and the 3000K will promote better flowering. Given this information, I would imagine deploying one of each, for my needs, should take care of a full cycle. If I never post a follow-up due to failed performance or disappointing results of any kind, you can be sure it is still up and running. The first day of setup was on 4/20/19. I hope this helps with any concerns you might have.
The current concern is quality control. One light has the power connector soldiered with the female end oriented horizontally. This is preferred so the plug does not obscure the light. The second panel has the female end oriented down or vertically. This means the power cable has to hang down and loop around to plug in. I don’t know how much this impacts the path of light but it does. Seems like they would be specific about this orientation, to make this optimal.
Another very minor issue is the length of the included wire hangers. In a small grow tent that is already short, the wires need to be half as long to keep the panel tight against the top. I will have to find shorter wires, as it’s practically 30-35% from the top. Again, something I would have thought they considered. I cannot think of the advantage of longer wires, as you control the distance with seperate adjustable hangers.
The 2010s may have been about the hesitant switch to blurple LEDs but the early 2020s are definitely going to be about QBs.
If you're looking to up your grow game I see NO reason WHATSOEVER not to upgrade to a QB. Everything else is simply and utterly obsolete at this point. The efficiency will pay for itself in a matter of months.
Ignore all the QB naysayers. Just like old people they are stuck in their old ways.
I'm going to take the advice of an earlier review and install some small clip fans.
The light isn't bulky like many grow lights and its a very esthetically pleasing design.
This review may be biased as I have only had the light for about 2 weeks but I'll update in a few months.
(The actual brightness is extremely high so please disregard the low light that is captured in the picture)
UPDATE: Its now December and I am planning on expanding my grow area so I will be buying from Horticulture again. The light fixture is still performing great as ever, all the LEDs are working. Their products have been getting more recognition via youtube so don't only take my word for it. Super efficient and a sleek design. If they keep coming out with products like this, Horticulture Lighting Group can expect to have a life long customer.