Hello all, here’s CP3 this mornin@raustin @Screwauger @dbrn32 @Zombo @Covertgrower @SmoknGranny @MBgrower @Momtomask @merlin44 @budbrother
Are you still using the roleadro lights?
Yep @HornHead still have the same 2 doin me good so far, someone on here said amazon had a buy1 get1 the other week
I was gonna tell you that Amazon had a deal for a 630w cmh light for $200
Hey quick question @dbrn32 I think I might’ve seen one at Best Buy or target the other day but question is do they make a simple plug n go rechargeable battery for this fan hookup?
U will b glad u did. Watch the buds on the sites u supercropped compared to the ones u didn’t.
I’m not sure, haven’t seen one. But I’m almost positive you could piece it together from an electronics supply. Are those wired in parallel and still 12v? I would assume they are, in which case you could use just about any 12v source, and just find a harness to adapt.
Yep parallel 12v dc fans. Sorry to keep botherin ya I just have a box of different little fans in a box seein if I could put em to use. And they say”brushless” 12v whatever brushless means
What @dbrn32 said. I made my own 5v and 12v power supplies for some Arduino sensors - I just used an old USB power cord for the 5v one and an old 12v phone power cord for the 12v one. Snip snip, solder and shrink wrap. Easy peasy.
What’s purpose of fans? Wouldn’t exactly be cheap, but I bet you could find a solar panel to run them.
WHOA ONE MINUTE!
Could my grow lights power a little solar panel to keep my wifi humidity and temperature sensor powered? That would free up a much needed outlet…
I’m sure they could. And by sure, I mean your lights will excite the solar cell. I’m not exactly sure how well, haven’t messed with it that much.
Hmm… I wonder if you could use small solar panels to somehow measure the amount of light being produced.
Somethin to look in to