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Twilight – 200w LED – New Cab Hi hunters, Welcome to my new cab. This is my new cab i’ve been making for the “World Cup”, for the Cup I am gonna be going hydro. I have still got quite a lot of stuff to buy for the hydro set up, so I thought I may as well get a quick 12/12from seed grow going The grow will be in soil and the seeds are “Twilight” from Dutch Passion a fairly heavy indica with purple colour. Equipment & Other Sundries 200W LED 11 Wavelengths inc UV & IR Rhino Filter Ruck RK 100mm fan – 220M3/hr Heated propagator 12V intake fan 15cm air movement fan Bluelab Truncheon EC/TDS/PPM meter PH pen Homemade Accoustic fan box Insulated walls Bosmere coir seed/cutting pellets Mini Propergator for pellets Digital timers Surge protected Extension gang for LED light Fan speed controller Thermometer & Humidty meter Root growTM Mycorrhizal Fungi Maxicrop - Seaweed – Plant growth stimulant Biobizz – Grow & Bloom Molasses Miracle-Gro Soil Perlite Hydroton –Clay pebbles The Cab Dimensions – H 200cm x L 106cm x W 53cm Insulated walls – Insulation for laminate floors used Under cab insulation – Lag jacket sections used Under cab waterproofed – Gutter repair rubberised compound Under cab additional insulation – Plastic coated ripstop radiator foil Doors additional insulation – Plastic coated ripstop radiator foil Light baffled intake fan – louvered vent cover – black pond filter media – cowled intake cover Light baffled doors – internal wooden baffle lip & E-profile rubber draft excluder Locks – 2 x mini bolts & 1 x star bolt Plastic floor liner LED Light Specifications Model – Elitegrow Pro 200W 11 Wavelengths inc IR & UV Diamond Lenses Brigelux & Epistar diodes 3W single chip diodes 90o Lenses 2 x 120mm cooling fans Switchable modes – Vegetative/Flower/Full Spectrum 11 Wavelengths of Color Output: 760nm, 740nm, 720nm, 660nm, 630nm, 615nm-480nm, 460nm, 440nm, 415nm, 380nm LED Quantity = 100 Total power draw 185W (When using Full Spectrum) Dimensions – H 70mm x W 210mm x L 480mm Total coverage 90cm x 105cm (Veg) Core coverage 75cm x 90cm (Flower) The Grow 15 Nov - soaked seeds for 24 hours 16 Nov - seeds split casings and roots showed. Using tweezers put seeds in to pre-soaked coir pellets. 18 – Seeds broke surface of pellets & dropped their seed casings. 19 Nov – Cotyledons fully open and can see the start of first true leaves showing. Well that the journey so far so here are some pics.Cab pics Black waterproof gutter sealant Plastic covered ripstop radiator foil Lag jacket sections inslutation 2nd layer Plastic covered ripstop radiator foil Silicon sealant to make the floor draft and smell tight Air intake with pond filter media to make light baffle and to stop insects Air intake with filter peeled back to show louvered grill Wooden lip light baffle prior to painting & rubber strip Plastic coated ripstop radiator foil insulation for door wall insulated with under laminate floor insulation Electric board Air movement fan & Air in take fan housing/cowel Air intake fan inside housing/cowel Air intake housing/cowel showing pond filter media Light baffle/insect stopper The LED light and at the top the Rhino filter Rhino filter and E-Profile rubber strip light bafle for when door are closed, light tight and smell tight seal Close up of the LED light showing the Diamond lenses LED light Grow Pics Soaking seeds Seeds gone into Coir pellets.JPG] Seeds showing themselves. Seedlings growing Disaster dropped propagator lid and broke a seedling The broken seedling, RIP little one Thanks for dropping by, anything I have missed out or question please ask Peace Lams