I bought a LED light, is a CAT emergency portable light 10W 550LM to 1100LM, the light angle it's a bit too open for what I wanted it (As a light for my orchids) but even that I know some light is going to be wasted, at my current location, was the best idea I could come up with, it doesn't need to be plug in to work and is pretty light weight, besides 550LM seem good to me, I'm using it on the low intensity, the light is at barely 16" to 24" from them, but some of the orchids seem to be doing good with it, like Laelia, Oncidium and Rossioglossum (Richer color, tons of new growth) but some seem to be getting soft, Cattleya, Prostachea and Guarianthe, not the old leafs but the kind of recent ones (That grow in the last 6 months) This Guarianthe had in one of the lost new growth a flower sheath and it just turn soft and fall. I know is not all about the flowers, but I really wanted to see it bloom, only the flower sheath turn black and soft, while on the other branch (Can I call it branch?) it was all the branch, the flower sheath and the stalk. I put my hand for 5 to 10 minutes in from of the light and it didn't seem to heat, I also touched the orchids and other near surfaces and none was hot, yet I have this twisted idea on my mind that the light might be cooking the newer tissue that grow last year without a light, then after it being cook, it turns darker and soft. Have you cook spinach? Okay horrible example but just like that. The thing is that my plants worry me a lot (I even skip a few meals to afford this lamp). Please... Help me... They mean a lot to me.