Guardian Control System Layout
Modular Driver Node Layout Example
Recommended number of spectrum bars per Growcraft light:
X2-330: 1 Spectrum Bar
X3-330: 2 Spectrum Bars
X3-500: 2 Spectrum Bars
X4-600: 3 Spectrum Bars
X5-600: 4 Spectrum Bars
X6-600: 4 Spectrum Bars
X6-1000: 5 Spectrum Bars
How do I power the spectrum bars?
Can be powered by either the Modular Driver Node or the Advanced Driver Node.
Each of the 5 channels requires 24V @ 350mA drive.
When using the Advanced Driver Node, the current and voltage can be programmed for each channel as needed.
When using the Modular Driver Node, the correct current LDD modules must be installed – see below:
Which LDD modules do I need to install in the Modular Driver Node?
This depends on how many spectrum bars you will be running on each Modular Driver Node. See the list below:
1 or 2 spectrum bars: 350mA LDD Modules are required – 5 per Modular Driver Node
3 spectrum bars: 1,000mA LDD Modules are required – 5 per Modular Driver Node
4 spectrum bars: 700mA LDD Modules are required – 5 per Modular Driver Node
5 spectrum bars: 1,500mA LDD Modules are required – 5 per Modular Driver Node
5 Independently Controllable LED Channels
365nm – UV 1
395nm – UV 2
450nm – Royal Blue
660nm – Deep Red
730nm – Far Red / NIR
Magnetic Mount – Simple clip-on installation for Growcraft Light Fixtures
Even Color Mixing & Light Spread – Use in each space on Growcraft Light Fixtures
30 Watts – For best performance & longevity
45 – 60 Watts – For maximum power output
Spectrum Bar Forward Voltages
|Spectrum Bar Channel||Forward Voltage @ 350mA||Forward Voltage @ 500mA||Forward Voltage @ 700mA|
|365nm – UV 1||22.1 V||23.0 V||X|
|395nm – UV 2||20.1 V||20.9 V||21.0 V|
|450nm – Royal Blue||18.2 V||19.0 V||19.2 V|
|660nm – Deep Red||12.8 V||13.9 V||14.1 V|
|730nm – Far Red / NIR||12.9 V||14.1 V||14.5 V|
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