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Goodmorning everyone,
I wanted advice to make no mistake;
I have a terrarium (measures 120x60x40) and I wanted to change lights, at the moment I have a 6400k e2700k led (two lamps per type).
I bought bulbs always led for growth.
I wanted to know where to place them to have a maximum yield (since compared you have normal LEDs have a narrower beam of light.
I wait for advice and photos from those who already have similar systems.
thank you so much Fabrizio

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LUMERI SPOT36-FSP

these are the characteristics of the lamps:

 

Type: LED Grow Lights Bulb
Power: 36 W.
LED type: 12 x SMD45
Electric consumption: 8 Watts
Duration: 50,000 hours
IP: IP44
Material: Aluminum
Amplitude of illumination: 45 °
Red LED: 4
Blue LED: 5
White LED: 1
IR LED: 1
UV LED: 1
Connection: E27
Voltage: AC 100-240 V 50-60 Hz
Certificates: CE, RoHS
Dimensions: 122 x 125 mm.
Weight: 0.35 kg
Manual: English

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Hi everyone, thanks for the answers.
now they are placed with lighting downwards, but areas of less light are formed (given the narrow radius of the LEDs); I wanted to wear them you have four inclined angles and back towards the center; but I wanted an opinion.
the distance from the plants is 15 / 20cm.
thank you so much Fabrizio

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