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6500k Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights 780W For Hydroponics Indoor Plants

Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Growers Republic
Certification: UL, CE, FCC
Model Number: FLT-GL07E344
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: To be negotiated
Price: To be negotiated
Packaging Details: 1pcs/box
Delivery Time: 15-30days
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union,
Supply Ability: 30000pcs monthly

Detail Information

Product Model: FLT-GL07E344 Input Power: 780W
Product Name: Hydroponics Indoor Plants Growing Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights Marterial: Aluminum Alloy
PPE: 2.9µmol/J PPF: 2262μmol/s
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Product Description

6500k LED Grow Light Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights For Hydroponics Indoor Plants Growing

Description of LED Grow Lights

LED Grow Lights FLT-GL07E344 is a high-performance, full-cycle top-lighting solution for commercial horticulture cultivation, with the power to scale from vegetative growth to higher light intensities in bloom. It was designed for commercial growers to push the envelope with high-PPFD cultivation practices along with sophisticated CO2 supplementation.



Full Spectrum Plant LED Grow Light – With high-intensity full spectrum (includes UV & Far Red), FLT-GL07E344 Growers Republic LED light provides broad-spectrum light, delivers 15% more light to the plant canopy, produces high quality crops with remarkable 35% energy saving than a 1000W DE fixture. Strategic diode placement increases uniformity of light delivery to canopy, perfectly cover 5x5ft (personal), 4x4ft (commercial) grow space.

Hight-efficiency LED Grow Light - Growers Republic LED grow light utilizes the latest in high yielding LEDs technology. Highly reflective panels redirect photons back to canopy to increase PPFD by 2% versus bar style fixtures, with 30% higher average PPFD 940 µmol/m²/s, market-leading 2.9 µmol/J PPE, more cost-effective compared with other same type lights.

Slim & Foldable & Optimal Thermal Design - The fixture can fold up to 180 degrees, making it compact and easy to install. It won’t take up much space, thus keeping your storage room tidy. Foldable structure design to protect lamp beads. Built-in large areas of solid aluminum heat sinks, essential for heat dissipation, ensuring long lifespan of the light, reducing heat stress on the plants and lowering HVAC loads.

Customized Dimming Design – Dimmability enables the exact dynamic PPFD control over each of plant growing stages, light output control to precisely control PPF output when paired with controller. FLT-GL07E344 LED grow light delivers highly adjustable PPFD levels throughout plant canopy, best for more uniform Density Buds. A maximum of 60 LED grow light lamps can be connected to one controller using a daisy chain setup. Up to 500 lamps per daisy chain can be connected using splitters, which is beneficial for large area of indoor growing and commercial planting.



Applications of LED Grow Lights

Widely Used - this plant LED grow light can be used for both hydroponics and indoor plants in soil, and perfect for you to grow cannabis.

  • hydroponics and indoor plants
  • home & office gardening, greenhouses
  • balcony
  • seed
  • seedling
  • breeding
  • flowers
  • herb
  • hydroponics
  • pot plants
  • fruits and vegetables like tomatoes, lemon, cacti.


Technical Specfications

Luminous Efficacy (PPE) (μmol/J)
PPF (μmol/s)
Full Spectrum (UV&IR Optional)
Light Distribution (Angle)
LED Chip
San'an Optieletronics
Warranty (Year)
5 Years
Brand Name
Growers Republic (OEM available)
Thermal Managemenat
Weight (Lbs)
Above Canopy
8”– 18”(20cm~60cm)

Q&A -- How do you measure light for plants?


Plants use the electromagnetic spectrum for photosynthesis, referred to as Photosynthetically Active Radiation, or PAR, that encompasses the wavelengths from 40nm (nanometers) to 70nm. In addition to the spectral range of PAR, we also understand plants can detect wavelengths of light outside of this range including ultraviolet and infrared wavelengths.


For plants, we use a term called Photosynthetic Photon Flux, PPF, which describes the quantity of PAR that is produced by a light source per second. This measurement is expressed in micromoles per second (µmol/s).


A more important measurement used is Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density (PPFD), which describes the amount of light (intensity) used for photosynthesis (PAR) that arrives at the plant. PPFD it is given in units of micromoles of photons in the PAR range that is delivered to one square meter per second (µmol/m2/s). This unit is important because you need to know how much light is being distributed at the crop level from the sun and/or luminaires to ensure plants are receiving the correct amount of light to hit your target DLI. PPFD should be measured at the crop canopy. Multiple readings should be taken, across the canopy, to ensure uniformity and accurate readings.


To determine how much light is needed over the course of a day for your crop, we also use a measurement called the Daily Light Integral (DLI), a parameter describing the cumulative PPFD over an entire day. DLI is strongly related to photosynthesis, growth rate, and overall plant productivity. The units for DLI are similar to that of PPFD but extend over an entire day (mol/m2/day). DLI will change over the course of the year, based on your geography. Most plants need a DLI of 12-30 mol/day. More information can be found here referring to specific DLI maps for your region.


Note: When taking light measurements in a greenhouse, DO NOT use a Foot Candle/Lux sensor (which follows the sensitivity curve of the human eye and gives inaccurate information when comparing light sources with a different spectrum). Instead, use a quality quantum sensor (PAR-sensor) which is designed to follow the sensitivity curve of plants and measures the number of photons between 400 and 700nm in µmol.



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