Sansi 40 watt LED Daylight grow light review

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Sansi 40 watt LED grow light
Sansi 40 watt LED grow light

Sansi recently sent me their new 40-watt Daylight spectrum LED grow light for review.  This is a very nice light, with good, even distribution of light. The PAR values were not bad, considering the power draw of 35.5 watts.

Mr Hua 200 watt cob grow light update

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This is a two months update on the Mr. Hua 200 watt cob grow light. The light does very well, but I think the specs are a little exaggerated, as far as coverage area, and light intensity they claim. The plants I’ve had under it have responded well though. They advertise it as a 600 watt, but the actual power draw is around 200 watts. You can see my video update with time-lapse below.

Unboxing and setup video

HLG-100 from Horticulture Lighting Group – grow update

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I just want to share an update on the pepper grow using my HLG-100 quantum board LED grow light from Horticulture Lighting Group. This is an awesome grow light and I highly recommend it.

Sansi LED floodlight update

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This is a 10-week follow-up on the Sansi LED floodlight. It actually got two pepper plants to produce fruit in this time.

Mr Hua grow light 200 watt COB

 

Mr Hua 200 watt cob
Mr. Hua 200 watt cob

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I just purchased the new 200 watt LED COB grow light from Mr. Hua. It has nice specs, and I’m looking forward to seeing how it does growing peppers. Currently, I have it over a couple Khang Starr crosses that I transplanted from small Kratky containers; a KhangSta Red and a StarrRacha Bonnet.

Here are the product details:

Dimensions: 23x4x3.5inches
Item Weight: 4.8lb
Max Coverage at 24″ Height 5x5ft
Core Coverage at 24″ Height 4x3ft
HPS/HID Replacement: 600W HPS/HID
Avg. Power Draw: 200W
LED Quantities: 3pcs* 200 watt Integrated COB Bridgelux LEDs
LED Lens: 120 Degree
Input Voltage: AC100-240V
Frequency: 50-60Hz
Lifespan: 50,000 hours
Warranty: 3 years

Here is a video showing the unboxing, tests and setup:

Horticulture Lighting Group — HLG-100 unboxing and setup

HLG-100
HLG-100

Horticulture Lighting Group gave me this light for free. My review is honest and unbiased though.

Also, I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. This is at no extra cost to you and helps support my site and YouTube channel.

Overview

Horticulture Lighting Group sent me an HLG-100 3000K light for review.

Product description from HLG: 
HLG 100 uses our custom designed High-efficiency white light Quantum Boards. With a total of 192 Top Bin Samsung LM561C S6 LED’s, this fixture produces 15,000+ Lumens with just 96 Watts of power. Equivalent to 200W T5 or 250W CFL output or 200W metal halide. Lamp. Includes: LED Board, Hanger, Non-Dimmable Meanwell Power Supply with USA NEMA 1-15p plug. Checkout HLG 65 for a similar Lamp with less Power. 4000K recommended for Veg/Greens/Flowering. 3000K for supplement light.

Setup

I have this setup over an existing plant, which was a propagated clone of an unknown Lightning Mustard Hab cross. The plant is in a 27 gallon DWC setup, in a 4×4 grow tent.

Video

Sansi 35 watt LED grow test – 7 week followup

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Follow-up

This is a follow-up to the initial setup and testing of the Sansi 35 watt BR30 LED. See original article here.

I’m surprised how well this light is doing for growing. It is not designed to be used as a grow light but does a decent job of it. I’m getting lots of nice roots and leaf development, and even fruit! See the video below to see the progress.

Video

Sansi LED Floodlight test

Sansi LED Floodlight
Sansi LED Floodlight

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Sansi LED Floodlight

Sansi sent me their 50 watt LED floodlight for evaluation. This light isn’t designed for growing purposes, but I am testing it for growing.

Although marketed as 50 watts, actual power draw was less than that, around 40 watts. It has 3500 lumens and color temp is 5700K. The PAR readings I took show a really high level very close to the light but dissipates quickly over a few inches distance.

Video

New Sansi 35 watt LED – Can it be used for growing?

Sansi 35W BR30 bulb
Sansi 35W BR30

Although Sansi gave me this light for free to try, my review is honest and unbiased.

Also, I get commissions for purchases made through links in this post. This is at no extra cost to you and helps support my site and YouTube channel.

The Sansi 35 watt LED light bulb is a new product from Sansi. It isn’t advertised as a grow light but has all the right specs to be considered useful as one. It produces 3500 lumens in the 5000K color spectrum. It screws into a standard light socket with the E26 base. The lights are focused at a 120-degree angle. The CRI is 80.

Bench tests

Sansi sent me one of these to try myself and I got the following results when testing.

Actual power draw measured with my Kill-a-watt tester  31 watts.

PPFD measured with the Hydrofarm PAR meter

  • 20″ – 75
  • 12″ – 300
  • 6″ – 900

Video

This shows the unboxing and initial tests, and setup.