Indoor SPV1 SPV2 SPV3 UV LED Grow Lights 50W For Plants
|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||100pcs|
|Price:||To be negotiated|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||30000pcs per month|
|Thermal Management:||Passive||Mounting Height:||8”– 18”(20cm~60cm) Above Canopy|
ODM UV LED Grow Lights,
IP65 UV LED Grow Lights,
IP65 supplemental led grow lights
LEDs produce only a specific wavelength.
But by shining a blue wavelength onto a phosphor coating, you get a spectrum of light.
Full spectrum LEDs are described as warm-white (3000K) or cool-white (6500K), or natural-white, or pure-white, or sky-blue, etc., and have color temperatures, measured in Kelvin (K). These approximate the colour of light emitted by a "black body", which in the early 1900s, was done by heating up a ceramic chamber, to various temperatures in degrees Kelvin, and viewing the spectrum of light cast out of a pinhole. A great gif from wikipedia on the subject shows the approximate curve which these colors represent.
Including ultraviolet (UV) as well as infrared (IR) and far-red waves. These wavelengths don’t factor significantly into photosynthetic rates, but they do affect plants, and in some very interesting ways. It’s important to note that UV and IR lights should generally be operated independently from primary lights, and run for short intervals in your garden.
IP54 proof rating
UL CE Certified
Manufacturer with great Research and Developing technology
|AC Input Voltage||120-277V/277-480V AC Auto Recognition, 50/60Hz|
What are LED grow lights?
LED grow lights utilize LED technology to grow indoor plants and other greenhouse crops. LEDs offer many benefits that traditional grow lighting, such as high-pressure sodium, metal halide, and fluorescents, do not provide.