LED Horticulture Lighting
LED lighting offer improved efficiency and enhanced crop yields for higher profits. The lights are are tunable that support plants during various stages of their growth cycles. This added adjustability lets farmers modify the light output to find the ideal light recipe to maximize yield and various types of crop growth.
Key Benefits of LED Grow Lights
Targeted Wavelengths – Lights are regulated & controlled to grow under right temperature for photsynthesis to occur naturally.
Huge Energy Savings – Compared to High Pressure Sodium (HPS) lamps versus the LED lighting systems, results showed that LEDs decrease energy consumption by 40%.
Flexible Designs – LED illumination can be used as ceiling lights, multilayer vertical systems and inter-lighting designs between plants. This is important as different methods and placements can be employed for optimal lighting of the plants.
Less Heat, More Light – This is of crucial importance for plant growth as too much heat can be very damaging to plants, decreasing growth and often leading to decreased life time.
Increased Lifetime – Compared to alternative illumination technologies. Light emitting diodes, due to their high efficiency and low energy use last for up to 100,000 hours. This means eleven years of continuous lighting or, alternatively, around twenty-two years of half-time operation. A a long lifetime also allows for less frequent maintenance service time and costs.
Linear LED Greenhouse Lights
Ideal for greenhouse top lighting as the sole light source. The linear design and built-in driver technology makes it flexible enough to fit into a small space in a large greenhouse, where it won’t block the sunlight.
The product is fully waterproof and has a broad spectrum light. Available in 200W, 400W and 500W.
LED Vegetation Lights
While this light is designed for vegetative growth, it can also be used for full cycle grows.
The fixture is comprised of two separate units, each drawing 200 watts. The separate units allow you to adjust the lights up or down, closer or farther apart, depending on the intensity that the grow requires. The passively cooled modules negate the use of active cooling fans to cool the fixture.