Precautions and Handling Quantum Boards

by Horticulture Lighting Group 6 Comments

Handling

To prevent the LED Lighting Modules from creating any defectives, please handle the LED Lighting modules with care as follows.

  1. Don’t drop the unit and don’t give the unit any shocks.
  2. Don’t bend the PCB and don’t touch the LED Resin.
  3. Don’t store the Module in a environment with dust.
  4. Don’t disassemble the product.
  5. Don’t touch the LED and also PCB and other circuit parts of Module with your naked fingers or sharpness things.
  6. Do not touch the board while in operation, and take care to not pull wire during operation.
  7. *VOCs can be generated from adhesives, flux, hardener or organic additives used in luminaires. This phenomenon can cause a significant loss of light emitted from the luminaires. In order to prevent these problems, we recommend users to understand the physical properties of the materials uses  of luminaires, and they must be selected carefully. (*VOCs: Volatile Organic Compounds)

Cleaning

The LED Lighting Modules should not be used in any type of fluid such as water, oil, organic solvent, etc. It is recommended that IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) be used as a solvent for cleaning the LED Lighting Modules. When using other solvents, it should be confirmed beforehand whether the solvents will not dissolve the package and the resin. Freon solvents should not be used to clean the LED's because of worldwide regulations. Do not clean the LED Lighting Modules using ultrasonic means. Before cleaning, a pre-test should be done to confirm whether any damage to the LED Lighting modules will occur.

Static Electricity 

Static electricity or surge voltage will damage the LED Lighting Modules. Please keep the working process in an anti-static electricity condition to prevent damage to the Light engine Module.

  1. Anyone who handles the unit should be well grounded. (earth ring or anti - static glove)
  2. Anyone who handles the unit should wear anti-electrostatic working clothes.
  3. All kinds of devices and instruments, such as working tables, measuring instruments and assembly jigs in your production lines should be well grounded.



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6 Responses

Josh
Josh

July 15, 2019

I forgot to mention, 4×4×80 tent with cannabis. I am afraid to go any lower in height ! Air coming in is 72F and exhausting at 86F with 2 oscillating fans. When is it best to go from low output to high during a grow ? Or gradually bump it up ?

Josh
Josh

July 15, 2019

What has been the ideal mounting for 550 V2 Rspec height in flower for autos and still maintaining a good temp. I am at 28”, max output with a canopy of 77-83 degrees F

Kush420
Kush420

July 07, 2019

Chinese writing if ever there was any! HLG made in USA… yea… ok.

GR Gustafson
GR Gustafson

May 18, 2019

You seriously need someone to proofread your text. I find it hard to trust a company that is unable to use standard English.

James W
James W

December 10, 2018

Thanks for the information and a question please.
I have an MW 480 HLG 54B and would like to add an 8 foot extension to move driver outside of my tent. Will #12/2 300v be okay for the distance?

Kevin Kloha
Kevin Kloha

July 02, 2018

Ty so much for the info i requested

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