Fulton UV IR 1400W Indoor LED Grow Light Full Spectrum Commercial High Efficiency
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||UL, CE, FCC|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||To be negotiated|
|Price:||To be negotiated|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||30000pcs per month|
|Product Name:||FLT-GL07E344||Efficacy@277V AC (No UV):||2.9umol/J|
|Average Lifespan Ta25℃:||Q90：>50,000 Hours||IP Rating:||IP54 \ Damp|
UL8800 commercial cannabis led grow lights,
IP54 commercial cannabis led grow lights,
IP54 led grow lights for seedlings
Effective Passive cooling system, no noise.
Easy to install.
Controller supported, daisy chain controlling supported.
IP65 water and dust proof level.
Future of grow lights
LEDs last longer, give off less heat, and are more efficient converting energy to light compared to other types of lights, all features that can result in higher yields and profits for indoor growers.
But until recently, LEDs were only used to grow plants indoors experimentally, largely because the cost was still too high for commercial businesses. Many commercial growers still use HID (High Intensity Discharge) lights such as High Pressure Sodium, Metal Halide, and Ceramic Metal Halide; all lights that have a high power output but are less durable than LED lights, generate far more heat, and have less customizable light spectra.
|Average Lifespan Ta25℃||Q90:>50,000 hours|
Can you grow plants with regular LED lights?
Not all LED lights are suited for use as grow lights. First, it's important to understand how the light spectrum affects plant growth. The PAR range is the section of the light spectrum that plants are able to absorb and use for photosynthesis. Plants only use light produced within the 400nm-700nm range, and good grow lights will try to mimic the sun by producing bright white full spectrum light. Also, the LED must produce a large enough quantity of light in order to support the type of plant you are growing. The amount of light needed by different types of plants varies, but as an example, cannabis requires a PPFD of least 500 µmol/m2/s for its vegetative stage and >900 µmol/m2/s for flowering.