I picked up a single 4000k daisy just to put in a small 2x2x3 veg room so I would have somewhere to start my next round of plants while my big tent finishes flowering. Works perfect for my intended use, lights up the whole space while running very cool. Also very easy to adjust and move the daisy around because its so small. Just mount or hang the power circuitry up high and the daisy is good to move around anywhere you might need it. My only suggestion would be for the power circuitry, it should have open hooks not closed mounted on top so you could just hang in on a one of the bars of a grow tent rather than have to thread a hanger through the closed hook loops and mount it. Just cuts out a step for an extra random hanger that someone might not have.
A single Daisy pendant style light featuring the Vero29 Generation 7 COB LEDs. These lights come fully assembled and ready to hang out of the box. The driver (dimmable) is capable of being located outside the growing space, reducing heat.
This Daisy pendant light uses 100 Watts and is passively cooled (no fans). Able to be hung individually or as an array, it comes ready to be suspended from a ratchet strap (included) for quick installation. Designed to be standalone units, or add them in as supplemental lights in your existing installation. Each Daisy comes with 4.5 feet of SJOOW style wire to safely place the COBs where you want them.
Learn more about Timber Daisy pendant style lights here.
Varies based on application - good for small enclosures, supplemental lighting, vegetative/mother/clone growth.
POWER (120-277 VAC):
Total Wattage: 100W (~.8A @ 120V)
PPF: 195 μmol/s
Weight: 1.2 (lb/ea)
Power Cord Length: 6 Feet
Mounting Hardware: Individual suspension and waterproof interconnect
Dimmable: 10-100% Output
All our lights are custom built to order in San Diego, CA. Our current lead time is 10-12 business days.
I have purchased several different lighting products from Timber, and by far their quality is top notch. The 3000K Daisy allows me to isolate a plant that I'm hardening off for the flowering room.