|Place of Origin:||China|
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|
|Average Lifespan Ta25℃:||Q90：>50,000 Hours||Dimming:||0-10V Controller|
|Beam Angle:||130° * 110°||Max. Ambient Temperature:||95°F / 35°C|
|Input Power:||800W||Life Span Hrs:||50,000 Hours|
130 degree waterproof led grow lights,
800W waterproof led grow lights
Best Sale Greenhouse LED Grow Light Full Spectrum UV IR Boost Cannabis 800W
Future of Greenhouse Grow Lighting
More environment safety – due to the fact that less heat is emitted and that UV light can be added in LED lamps, there is less chance for bacteria and mold formation which subsequently means less pesticides and less environment pollution
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 1200W
|Max. Ambient Temperature||95°F / 35°C|
|Mounting Height||8”– 18”(20cm~60cm) Above Canopy|
|Average Lifespan||Ta25℃ Q90:>50,000 hours|
Why is the footprint of my light does not look as big as the advertised footprint on the website?
Our advertised footprints are achieved only when the light is hung from our recommended hanging heights. The closer the light is to the canopy, the smaller the footprint will be. Our stated footprint sizes are for average light use plants. If growing high light use plants, the effective footprint will be slightly smaller.
What is light?
We understand light as energy that beams through space. With the right equipment, we can actually detect very tiny but quantifiable packages of electromagnetic energy. We call these tiny packages of light photons. Photons behave a bit like particles in that they generally travel in straight lines, and a bit like waves in that they travel at different wavelengths. Since most of these wavelengths are not visible to us or useable by plants, we will limit the rest of our discussion here to the visible part of the spectrum, which is just a small part of the larger electromagnetic spectrum shown in Figure 1 below.
Plants, like humans, are most sensitive to light within this visible spectrum. Therefore, light that falls into this usable range of wavelengths between 400 nanometers and 700 nanometers is called Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR). That's just a fancy way of saying "light that works for photosynthesis". The range of PAR is shown in Figure 2 below. The blue and red peaks on this graph show an interesting difference between plants and human, which is that plants are better at using light in the blue and red part of the spectrum. Plants aren't as good at using green light, so most of the light they reflect is green and... drum roll please... that's why most plants appear green to us.