Adjustable Dual Full Spectrum UV And IR Grow Light 780W 4x4ft High PPF
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||Growers Republic|
|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 Model:||FLT-GL07E344||Input Power@277V AC (No UV):||960W|
|Cooling System:||Passive||Working Time (hours)::||50000|
|Warranty(Year)::||5 Years||Usage::||Hydroponic Plant Growth|
Greenhouse Indoor LED Grow Light,
960W Indoor LED Grow Light,
6Bars uv LED Grow Light
FULTON Foldable Series 960W Folding LED Grow Light is a high-output and full-term lighting solution for indoor vertical farming and grow room, with brand LEDs and high quality drivers to scale from vegetative growth to higher light intensities in bloom. It's the best choice for commercial growers and even home growers!
Professional OEM/ODM service available, contact us to build your own light
Future of grow lights
Grow lights are the future of modern farming. A friend of mine use grow lights for farming and he is pretty happy with his decision. Choosing a perfect grow light was quite difficult for me as well because there were many factors such as efficiency, effectiveness and price, which were holding me back to take a firm decision.
Depends on your grow space. LED grow lights are different than HID because it provides direct light under the system. So you won’t get as much spill over like HIDs. If you know your exact grow area, there are LED grow light systems fit for it
|Dimming||0~10V / Source|
|Spectrum||Full Spectrum LEDs|
|Usage||Hydroponic Plant Growth|
|Max. Ambient Temperature||95°F / 35°C|
What type of LED grow light is best for growing plants?
We begin with the LEDs themselves. One of the most common complaints about LED grow lights is the spectrum which they emit. While many LED grow lights do a decent job of providing white light, and many supplement red light and blue light with red and blue diodes, the fact remains that red, white and blue do not make a full spectrum of light.