High Performance 520w Led Grow Light Full Spectrum With Ir For Tent Growers
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UV IR Indoor LED Grow Light,
1400W Indoor LED Grow Light,
1400W full spectrum grow lights
Indoor LED Grow Light 1400W Full Spectrum UV IR High Effiency 2.9μmol/J grow light for plants marijuana cannabis
Full spectrum for cannabis growing.
Widely used in the period of seedling, vegging, flowering
All Aluminum Alloy Body
IR added for better growing of cannabis.
Powerful single light up to 1400W
Effective Passive cooling system, no noise
Since LED's have much lower heat output, they can be located nearer to the plants. This allows the grower to stack more plants in the same vertical space. Therefore, the benefit of using LEDs is to double or triple the production output without changing the area of the growing space. Of course, this depends on the height of the growing space.
As used in commercial indoor growing, LED lighting technologies have been around less than ten years. LED lights are less understood than other types of grow lights, which have been studied for several decades. So, what does this mean? The support for and the knowledge of LED grow lights is far more limited than other types of grow lights. Most importantly, because of the knowledge gap, there are great opportunities.
Luminous Efficacy (PPE) (μmol/J)
Full Spectrum (UV&IR Optional)
Light Distribution (Angle)
Why is full spectrum white light better than red and blue light?
Full-spectrum white light is best for plant growth because it mimics the spectrum of the sun, which plants evolved to use. Plants can only absorb and utilize certain spectrums of light, and different wavelengths (colors) of light trigger different responses in the plant. For example, red light is effective for increasing the total size of a plant, but when used alone can result in “stretched” plants that are tall with thin leaves, and green light has been proven to create a healthier plant structure to increase yield. This is why it is important to not just have red and blue light, but a full spectrum of light for the plants to absorb for maximizing crop yield and quality.
How far should LED grow lights be from plants?
When thinking about how to hang grow lights, understand that LED grow lights can be placed as close as 6 inches above the canopy of your plants. This is because one of the major advantages of LED grow lights is that they are much more energy efficient and produce far less heat than high-pressure sodium (HPS) or ceramic metal halide (CMH) grow lights. Avoid raising an LED grow light more than 12 inches above the canopy; as the height of a grow light increases, the light it produces will be spread over a larger area, reducing the light density. Also, some of the light will be absorbed by the air between the light and the plants.
How much do LED grow lights cost to run?
When you shop for grow lights, it's important to understand efficacy, which defines a grow light’s ability to convert power (Watts) into photosynthetic active radiation (PAR) that can be used by crops. LED grow lights produce much more light while using the same amount of energy as traditional grow lights that use high-pressure sodium (HPS) or ceramic metal halide (CMH) lamps.