If you’re looking for an energy-efficient grow light that produces a decent amount of light for the price, this is the one for you. It has a double-switch vegetable and bloom mode that lets you choose the best lighting for your plants at each growth phase.
It also features a strong cooling system that ensures a longer lifespan of the LEDs. It comes with a fan to help dissipate excess heat.
12 Band Spectrum
The 12-band spectrum of the 320-watt led grow light offers your plants the full range of wavelengths ranging from 3000K to 780nm, perfect for all kinds of indoor plants during their growth stages from seed to harvest. This spectrum is designed to mimic the sunlight and provides your plants with the exact same amount of light they would get in their natural environment.
This light is also a great choice for those who are looking to save on energy costs because it uses a Meanwell driver and requires no fans to disperse heat. This makes it an ideal option for indoor farms that are located in areas where air movement is limited.
This light also has a daisy chain function which allows you to connect multiple lights together. It also comes with a power cord that is used for both the light and the daisy chain connection.
Secondary Optical Lens
A secondary optical lens may be used to optimize the illumination of a growing area of a LED grow light according to the photosynthesis needs of a plant. In one embodiment, the secondary optical lens may comprise an acute angle lens, wherein a growing area of a plant is illuminated by a first intensity level of a light element of the LED grow light when the LED grow light is positioned in an area having an acute angle compared to an angle of the primary optic.
A second aspect of the invention involves defining a light engine comprising a plurality of LED elements at each of a plurality of wavelengths, wherein the LED elements illuminate a grow area of a plant in accordance with the photosynthetic needs of the plant. The LED elements may comprise a lens 300, an anode 310, a cathode 320, a semiconductor die 330 and a wire bond 340.
This light can be used in greenhouses, hydroponic gardening, vertical farming, farm-to-table and urban farming, agricultural research, and other indoor growth applications. The 3 spectrum modes and ten brightness levels enable you to choose the right spectrum and light intensity for the best growth of your plants.
A heat sink is a metal block that is placed inside an LED grow light to absorb the heat created by the LEDs and radiate it back into the surrounding air. This keeps junction temperature relatively stable, preventing overheating and helping to extend the life of your light.
High junction temperatures can have a significant impact on the overall efficiency and performance of your LED lights. These high junction temperatures can be caused by many factors, including the room temperature and the amount of time that your LED grow lights are turned on.
A good heat sink can help to control these junction temperatures and make your LED grow lights more efficient. This can help you achieve a higher yield and a better growing environment. It can also prevent your lights from overheating and short-circuiting.
If you have a grow light, it is important to find a warranty that works for you. You want to know that if you have a problem with your grow light, you can contact customer service and get help as soon as possible.
A good warranty is important to help you avoid costly repairs. You should also have a warranty that covers the actual product, and not just the manufacturer.
It should include an option for the warranty to be extended if you have to send the grow light in for repair. You should also be able to reach a friendly, knowledgeable representative who can help you with any questions or concerns you have about your grow light.
A good LED grow light should be designed with a built-in cooling system. This helps the heat dissipate from the grow light to the surrounding air more efficiently, which reduces lighting time and promotes plant growth.