@sneaky I'm actually guessing for the most part at the 400w LED, but I'm basing it off of what I know it's equivalence probably is. A friend bought the light and said it was 1000w, but it's from the generation of lights where they hadn't started completely lying about wattage and were only mostly lying. Based on what it was capable of putting out last year I believe it's between 200w and 400w (really only good for veg). Your question caused me to wonder what it actually is, which made me realize that one of the power supploes is actually dead, and I'm only getting light from the 4 outer lines and not the inner most pair.
I took photos of what I can see, maybe someone can help me figure out what wattage it's actually putting out. It probably wouldn't hurt to teach me about what else is available, inexpensive stuff as I refuse to pay for name brand stuff (a whole rant about the exploitative and deceptive nature of capitalism should go here, but it won't), as it's guaranteed that I need to buy/build something more appropriate for our purposes! (Planning on researching the SolStrips I've been seeing referenced on various threads!)
The internet says it's probably an old LED light from these guys, with the QR code referencing the highlighted numbers. Fixture measures approx. 16" across by 4' long.
This is the best I could find researching, but I'm not an LED pro, so the numbers are mostly unintelligible to me.
The other lights I have are (2) 2000w LEDs, that are actually about 400w a piece. Both 2Kw's were purchased locally from a commercial op that bought too many. I can't find the specs on them, but I remember researching them before I bought them and they were putting out a true 400w, although, I think some of the diodes recently went bad, because I noticed them when I was looking at them today. They're currently being used to light a shed w/ 20 strains that I'll running a S1 project on to preserve the genetics. It's about a month from completion so I probably won't be documenting it.