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by enockben about April 15 - report

am going to use 2 CFLs or 2 LED bulb for one plant can anyone tell me the voltage for these 2
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    TonyWeed 0 points - April 15

    I use 1 cfl 65w for 5 plants they grow very well and they are healthy for flowering stage i got 150w hps
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    stick 12.910 points - April 15

    Not enough information to answer you're question.Depends on where you live etc.etc.

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    • enockben
      enockben
      65 points -
      April 15

      am in sri lanka

    • stick
      stick
      12.910 points -
      April 15

      of course you are.

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      stick
      12.910 points -
      April 15

      Sorry for the sarcasm. Perhaps this will help you...The formula for Watts is Volts times Amps. 12 Volts multiplied by 5 Amps equals 60 Watts.


      The formula for Volts is Watts divided by Amps. 60 watts divided 5 Amps equals 12 Volts....  more

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    WHIPLASH 340 points - April 15

    Lol it's all about the wattage
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    ROSCOE 3.956 points - April 15

    It should have a label with volts/amps.
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    WHIPLASH 340 points - April 15

    P= EXIWATTS equall VOLTS X AMPSName plate will be located on your equipment. Wattage is what is used to rate your usage of power ( watts)If you mean AMPS for calculating circuit for figuring wire size and breaker size, the name plate should have maximum amps on the name tag hope this helps.
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    justme 3.807 points - April 15

    Your not going to have enough light for a big plant and all your lower flowers will be very fluffy if you flower with CFLs. You have to keep CFLs within 2 inches of your plant for them to have enough intensity to even help them grow. Get you a good grow light for around $100.00 instead and you will be much happier. For example, you can get a 400 watt HID grow light like a 400 watt digital dimmable ballast, bulb hood, MH bulb (veg), and HPS bulb (flower). The whole grow light kit from Amazon for $119.00. This will grow good dense buds. Or a LED grow light would be better than CFLs. I have heard of growers having good crops with the MarsHydro leds or the Vivosun led grow lights also. There is a Vivosun 300 watt led for $65.00 on Amazon. I don't grow with LEDs, so I don't know how well that light grows but since it is an actual grow light it would have to be better than CFLs. Good luck and happy growing my friend!

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    stick 12.910 points - April 15

    If it were me ,If I only want to grow one plant I would be looking at the OpticLED 1 with its deep penatration light,2'x2' foot print for around a hundred bucks depending on where you buy it.  ...https://opticledgrowlights.com/products/optic-1-cree-cxb3590-132w-standalone-cob

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    pipeman69 14.924 points - April 15

    Yo man i have this DIY cfl fixture that holds 8- 23 watt cfls and it rocks! Cost me about $30 to make and works great on 1 plant. As a matter of fact im using it now on my current grow and gonna veg a plant for the next 8 weeks and bonsai that bitch!
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    harley24 19.118 points - April 16

    You will need some high wattage bulbs if you are only going to use two of them for one plant. Maybe you should think about using 6 to 8 bulbs instead of just two. Peace

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