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Double Ended Fixture Grow Light

Double Ended or DE grow lamps are more efficient, can offer an improved light spectrum and have quicker warm up & re-strike times as well as improved lumen maintenance over the lifetime of the lamp. These bulbs are more efficient and the arc tube is a little bit longer. The electricity flows from one end of the arc tube and out the other. This makes them inherently more efficient than bulbs that require electricity to travel farther less efficiently. The new bulbs produce about 15% more light than single-ended bulbs. Since the bulb is attached at both ends, the arc tube is always mounted parallel to the reflector for maximum efficiency and reflection.

EBB FLOW POTS GROW WATER SYSTEM

The blue system comes complete with a 55 gallon food grade reservoir, twelve (12) 4 gallon grow sites and twelve (12) 3 gallon 360 degree mesh aeration inserts. These mesh inserts promote lateral root growth and better aeration for the root zone. The complete system features Titan Controls Oceanus 1 - Flo-n-Gro controller. The kit includes tubing and fittings to hook up the system. The 3/4 in fill lines improve water exchange and flow rates and two (2) dependable pumps. 125 liters of grow media (not included) will properly fill the 12 gro sites. Easy to use and simple to understand, you can set up the complete system and be growing in one hour! When fully flooded with water the Ebb & Flow takes approximately 1.95 gallons of water per plant site (may vary with media).

FULL SPECTRUM LED COB GROW LIGHT

LED COB

COB (Chips on Board) , is a new technology of high power LED packaging for LED light engine. Multi LED chips are packaged together as one lighting module. When it light up, it looks like a lighting panel.

Why COB? --Background

LED(light emitting diode) is new technology with advantage of saving energy and very long lifespan. But all LED lightsource can not be faultless especially SMD, HP, flux LED etc. Compare to traditional lighting such as fluorescent lamp, as it is super bright in a small size, it cause uncomfortable glare. In case of no diffused optical lens used, such LEDs usually cause glare and zebra strips . But when optical lens or cover used, it will cause light loss when LED beam pass through this lens or cover.

How COB LED Light source works

COB LED is multi chips packaged, it can 10 times more increase lighting area, so it avoid uncomfortable glare by the maximum extent.
Lightspot use small size of chips to make COB LED package.
By now, for small size chip, ?some famous LED chip manufacturer can reach 249lm/watt @ 20mA. But big size LED chip can only reach 161lm/watt @350mA. The light efficacy decrease when chip size is bigger. Also when LED driver increase current to LED, the light efficacy per watt is even low.

The COB with small size chips will be a trend of LED light source package. Lightspot holds the patent for invention for COB LED and lamp.

COB LED advantages:

COB light source can save about 30% cost in the application, mainly lie in LED package cost, light engine production costs and the secondary light distribution costs, which is great significance for applications and promotion of semiconductor lighting.

In performance, through the rational design and micro-lens molding, COB light module can avoid the defects of point and glare light also other flaws existed in discrete light source device. It also can add some red chips appropriately, so that to improve the CRI effectively under the condition of without reduce light efficiency and lifetime significantly.

In application, COB module makes production of lighting manufacturer more simple and convenient, and reduces cost effectively. In production, the existing technology and equipment can support high yield and large-scale COB module manufacturing.

With the development of LED lighting market, lighting demand is growing rapidly, according to different inquires of lighting applications, we can produce a series COB light source module for mass production.


Fixture Available:

108W Single LED COB Fixture

216W Double COB Fixture

432W Four COBs Fixture

648W Six COBs Fixture

Grow Light Introduction

What’s the difference? There are many different types of indoor grow lights on the market and many new emerging technologies.  We continuously stay ahead of the game and current on all new light technologies. They all vary in price, intensity, & coverage.  In the end, they all produce LIGHT.  Light is measure in Lumens with a Light Meter and PAR with a PAR Meter.  Below is a lumen out comparison of different lighting scenarios:

HID light

 

Grow Light Output

We will start with the most basic and end with the most complex lighting technologies. Below we break down the most popular and recommended grow lights on the market.

Fluorescent Grow Lights:

Fluorescent grow lights are typically the least expensive and operate at a cooler temperature than other lights. Fluorescent also save energy when compared to HID lights. The only things they lack are intensity and coverage. Intensity in the VHO, XHO & HO have increased in recent years. There are 2 main types of fluorescent grow lights, CFL [compact fluorescent] and T5 fluorescent tubes.  They are recommended for use in vegetative growth mostly.  Only the VHO/XHO Fluorescent T5 units are recommended for fruiting and flowering.

High Intensity Discharge – HID Grow Lights:

High Intensity Discharge (HID) grow lights are the most common in indoor and greenhouse gardening.  They are by far the most intense and cover the most area of your garden.  This technology consists of a lighting ballast, lamp reflector, and HID Bulb.  They are extremely powerful and generate the best yields.  The disadvantage to HID lights are the amount of heat they generate and the amount of power they consume.  As of now, HID lighting is still the standard indoor gardening light.

 

LED Grow Lights:

Light Emitting Diode (LED) grow lights have advanced very much in the last few years.  They are gaining popularity amongst hobbyist and commercial greenhouse growers.  They are the most expensive of the types of grow lights, but have many advantages.  LED grow lights produce very little heat compared to HID grow lights.  LEDs also save a tremendous amount of energy and the diodes typically last 5-7 years.  There is a great savings of energy, heat, and bulb replacement costs.  The only disadvantages of LED lights at this time is the lack intensity and lack of coverage area.  LED lights do not spread like HID lights, instead the light is focused straight and precise.  LED lights also lack the intensity that HID grow lights produce, but the gap has narrowed in the latest high end LED models.  The LED grow light market is a rapidly changing technology that keeps advancing.  It is highly recommended for use in vegetative growth and supplemental flowering & fruiting.  They may be used as sole light sources for flowering, but it’s important to use a reputable LED company with documented technology writings about their lights.

Double Ended (DE) Grow Lights:

Double Ended or DE grow lamps are more efficient, can offer an improved light spectrum and have quicker warm up & re-strike times as well as improved lumen maintenance over the lifetime of the lamp. These bulbs are more efficient and the arc tube is a little bit longer. The electricity flows from one end of the arc tube and out the other. This makes them inherently more efficient than bulbs that require electricity to travel farther less efficiently. The new bulbs produce about 15% more light than single-ended bulbs. Since the bulb is attached at both ends, the arc tube is always mounted parallel to the reflector for maximum efficiency and reflection.

LEP – Plasma Grow Lights:

LEP differs from traditional HID light sources such as Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium lamps in a number of ways. First, LEP is powered using solid-state electronics that allow it to achieve very high reliability and have precise control over its operation. Also, unlike a traditional HID light source, the LEP bulb does not need metal electrodes to drive power into the source and therefore has a more robust quartz vessel eliminating early failure and lumen degradation. In addition, the light output from a LEP source is directional, easily dimmable, turns on and re-strikes rapidly, and can operate in any orientation. All of these advantages translate into lower installation, maintenance and operating costs, higher energy efficiency, and an overall better lighting experience to the end user. Plasma lights are advancing rapidly in this industry, but as of right now there are very little options with plasma lights but they have a bright future.

Induction Grow Lights:

Induction lamps are a type of High Output Fluorescent lamp that are known as Electrode less Fluorescent Discharge Lamps or EFDL for short. Unlike conventional lamps which require screw in sockets or pins to power up the lamps, the EFDL induction lamp does not rely on a socket or pin connection to power the lamp. Instead EFDL efficiencies derive from being powered by a High Frequency Electromagnetic Field. Without the use of pins, sockets or ballasts to operate the lamp, more energy is converted into usable plant light and not wasted due to the high temperatures and escaping gas inefficiencies that is inherent of lamps requiring electrodes.

Induction lighting is on the expensive side, but offers an excellent choice for vegetative growth.  Some growers complain about their intensity compared to HID lighting and compare yields similar to LED lighting.

  • Saves up to 70% in electrical loads.
  • Emits 95% PAR usable light.
  • Excellent canopy penetration.
  • Faster rooting of clones and seedlings
  • Long life lamps and drivers.
  • ~60,000 hour life.
  • Highest lumens per watt of any lamp manufactured.
  • Single lamp for vegetative through flowering stages.
  • Low operating temperatures require no added ventilation.

T5 Mirror Shade Propagation Light

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The latest high-output fluorescent lights will surprise you with their power. Harvemax T5 lighting is based on these amazing tubes and couples them with purpose built reflectors for horticulture. supplied with the day-light lamps (6500 Kelvin) that offer such amazing plant performance. Not only do these tubes deliver fast growth but they also make plants look great – the light spectrum really empowers the green foliage. For bushy, healthy young plants we cannot recommend the T5 range highly enough.

These lights give off little heat so they can be placed much closer to the plants than high intensity discharge lights. We have seen them use successfully with a wide range of plants but they are fantastic lights for propagation and are highly recommended for this purpose.

Specifications:


Reflector
* 4 tubes Panel Dimension: 59.5 x 34 x 6cm
* Power Cord Length: 4 meter

*6 tubes Panel Dimension: 59.4 x 47 x 6cm
* Power Cord Length: 4 meter

Tube
* Quantity of T5 tube: 4/6
* Color Temperature: 6400K/2700k
* Each Tube Power: 24W
* Life Span:≥10000 hours
* Light Tube Length: 55cm

 

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