High Performance 520w Led Grow Light Full Spectrum With Ir For Tent Growers
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|Full Dual Spectrum LED Grow Lights With UV And IR
UV and IR grow light 4x4ft,
UV and IR grow light 780W,
High PPF Indoor LED Grow Light
780W AdjustableDual Full Spectrum UV + IR LED Grow Light covers a growing area of 4x4ft, with PPF of 2262µmol/s, and efficacy 2.9µmol/J. It comes with 5 years warranty with 0-10V dimming solution.
UV And IR Adjustable Grow LED Light Dual Spectrum – 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, free installation. 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 50 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.
Widely Used - this plant LED grow light can be used for both hydroponics and indoor plants in soil, and perfect for you to grow plants.
Q&A -- What Is UV And What Does It Do For Plants?
Ultra Violet (UV) light plays a significant role in all aspects of plant growth. Plants, in their natural environments, are exposed to natural sunlight which includes UVA and UVB light. Many of the lights used for indoor plant growth produce very small amounts of UV and some produce none at all.
What Is UV?
Ultraviolet light is a type of electromagnetic radiation present in natural sunlight. This light is broken up into three different sections of wavelengths:
UVA = 400-315nm
UVB = 315-280nm
UVC = 280-100nm
Natural sunlight produces these three sections of UV, however, UVC is not naturally present on earth because the atmosphere blocks the extremely harmful light from reaching the earth’s surface.
Manufactured UVC is used in small doses to sanitize the air in places such as hospitals.
What Does UV Do for My Plants?
Think of what happens to your skin when you are exposed to the sun for long periods of time. It begins to burn and sweat. Plants are no different. UV light activates a plant’s defense mechanisms. UV causes plants to produce oils, antioxidant vitamins and flavonoids to protect themselves from the damaging effects of UV. These compounds produce the vibrant colors, smells and tastes of plants.
When the correct amount of UV is present, it:
◎ increases oils and resins
◎ increases root mass
◎ causes more branching and less stretching
◎ improves taste and smell
◎ creates higher potency plants
◎ increases resistance to insects, bacteria and fungus
◎ can speed up the seed germination process
Keep in mind lighting measurements such as lumens, PPF and kelvin temperature do not measure UV (PBF includes UV). Only a UV meter or a spectral distribution chart can provide information on UV output.