I think I’ve got the driver math figured out but I’m wanting to be certain before ordering parts. My room is 4’8" x 5’ x 8’6" tall. I’m planning on using the Bridgelux BXEB-L1120Z-35E4000-C-B3 strips. I’ve read countless posts on here from @dbrn32 on lighting and I’m hoping I got this correct. To choose driver I look at drivers output voltage divide that with the number of strips and make sure forward voltage falls into the correct min max range? If that’s correct I think I can run 16 strips on two HLG-320H-C1050B or run 10 strips on two of the HLG-240H-C1050B? Is that correct. Can someone please double check my math. I did it all late last night then couldn’t remember how I did it while sober today. Then like magic I remembered again this evening lol. Apparently I’m actually less intelligent while freshly rested and sober lol. Also they only list the data for 700ma and 1400ma I’m hoping I’m correct in the assumption I can split the difference between them for the 1050ma?
I’m planning the whole light fixture to be 4’ x 4’ aluminum angle border with one strip on each side then 12 strips each on their own piece of angle evenly spaced through the inside of the square (if I go the 16 strips direction) . Will that be enough light or will I need to do more than either of those options?
Here’s the manufacturer’s data on the strips to save you from looking it up.