Custom lef w\liquid cooling4 fifty tt cob chps with on board ic drivers.. '

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turtleguy

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How can i wrote 4 50 way led cob chips with drivers. Can I run them in a series and plug them in with just one plug. Or do I have to run them parallel.
 

BobTPH

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Series vs parallell has no bearing on using one plug, you can do that with either. What are the soecsvof the COB?

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turtleguy

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So i know nothing really.... The chips ate from Anson and the are called cannagrow full spectrum 50 watt cobs, the have smart ic drivers on the board i guess...
they are supposed the have an identical spectrum to cree horticulture cob

So i know nothing really.... The chips ate from Anson and the are called cannagrow full spectrum 50 watt cobs, the have smart ic drivers on the board i guess...
they are supposed the have an identical spectrum to cree horticulture cob
How can i wrote 4 50 way led cob chips with drivers. Can I run them in a series and plug them in with just one plug. Or do I have to run them parallel.
I ment the chips are from Amazon
 
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turtleguy

Joined Aug 8, 2019
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Again i know squat.... I soldered a three prong plug, white to neutral and black to live... It lights up... I want to make a light and cool it with pc cooling components
 

JohnInTX

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Sorry.
Direct to mains LEDs and transformerless power supplies are not permitted topics on AAC for safety reasons.
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