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Hot Sale 300W LED Grow Light for Planting Tomatoes and Indoor Plants

FOB Price: US $12-58 / Piece
Min. Order: 1 Piece
Min. Order FOB Price
1 Piece US $12-58/ Piece
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Port: Shenzhen, China
Production Capacity: 5000PCS/Month
Payment Terms: T/T, D/P, Western Union, Paypal

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Basic Info
  • Model NO.: GB-GE-G36A
  • IP Rating: IP44
  • Input Voltage: 85V-265V
  • Shape: Square
  • Housing Material: Aluminum
  • LED Chips: CREE
  • Voltage: AC100-240V
  • Color: White/Black Green/Blue
  • Size: 334X182X100mm/1PCS
  • LED Chip: CREE
  • Life Time: >50000h
  • Trademark: Glebe
  • Specification: CE, RoHS
  • HS Code: 9405409000
  • Application: Fruit and Vegetable, Flowers, Special Crops, Leafy, Fruit, Seedling
  • Emitting Color: Red Blue UV
  • Power: 100-300W
  • Warranty: 3 Years
  • Life: 50000h
  • Certification: CE, UL
  • Weight: 2.6kg
  • Material: Aluminum+Toughened Glass
  • Power Factor: >0.90
  • Lumen: 19200lm
  • Applications Band: Red:Blue:Green:White:IR:Orange:UV
  • Transport Package: Standard Package
  • Origin: Shenzhen, China
Product Description
HOT SAlE 300W Led Grow Light For Planting Tomatoes And Indoor Plants
Input VoltageAC100-265V 50-60HzAC100-265V 50-60Hz
LED Power370W190W
Power Consumption230W120W
LED Efficiency2500-3000Lm/180W(COB)1300-1600Lm/90W(COB)
Life Span> 50,000 Hours> 50,000 Hours
Operating Temperature- 20ºC to +6 0ºC- 20ºC to +6 0ºC
Input Current2.3A-0.86A1.2A-0.45A
Power Factor> 0.97> 0.97
Applications BandRed:Blue:Green:White:IR:Orange:UVRed:Blue:Green:White:IR:Orange:UV
Beam Angle135°135°

1.lndoor use only.
2.To avoid being damaged,do not use water or drip irrigation while using.
3.Plant irradiation time should be 12-18 hours.
4.While irradiating the plants,the height of led grow lamp is not less than 10 inches,low height will cause the destruction of plants.
5.Highly hang the lamp will weaken the energy and affect the growth cycle of the plants, so the lamp should not be hung too high.
6.While taking care of the plants, please spray the leaves and branches 2-3 times everyday,to ensure the the plants do not wrinkle a wither, and have no phenomenon of few fruit, andhard pericarp.

Hot Sale 300W LED Grow Light for Planting Tomatoes and Indoor Plants
Hot Sale 300W LED Grow Light for Planting Tomatoes and Indoor Plants
Hot Sale 300W LED Grow Light for Planting Tomatoes and Indoor Plants
Hot Sale 300W LED Grow Light for Planting Tomatoes and Indoor Plants

Hot Sale 300W LED Grow Light for Planting Tomatoes and Indoor Plants

The Colors of The Spectrum
Natural sunlight features the entire spectrum of light. When constructing LED panels, the manufacturers use only certain kinds of LEDs that will provide a specific color in order to feed your plants what they need. Here we will look at the different colors, including what the best combination is for your grow operation.
    Blue. Blue LED lights, in the mid-400nm range, are ideal for vegetative growth that creates tall, leafy plants. During the flowering and budding phase, though, blue light is not very helpful and it can cause bushy plants without many buds.
    Red. In contrast to blue light, Red LEDs in the 600-640 nm range will help encourage budding and flowering. Much like the way that blue light doesn't help with flowering, too much red light will not help with vegetative growth, creating unhealthy plants.
    White. White LEDs are a source of contention for many people, but if nothing else they are beneficial for you in order to see inside of your grow room. With only red and blue LEDs inside of your operation, it will be almost impossible to see problems accurately and correct them. There is a great deal of speculation, as well, centered on the balancing of the spectrum that they provide.
    Ultraviolet. Ultraviolet light is not used in all LED grows, but it can be something worth experimenting with. The theory on using these originally comes from people who noticed that equatorial strains of had a much higher potency, despite having the most "damaging" rays of light going to them. Research has found that it could beneficial to use ultraviolet light in short bursts when you are looking to increase THC production.
The Right Combination
Ensuring proper growth and plant health means making sure they have the right blend of light. Natural outdoor grows have the benefit of living in a world where all of the right wavelengths are provided to them, although it is relatively simple to replicate that indoors.
For the optimum ratio of different colors, you should have the following in the panel that you are using. As long as it is close, you will be fine.
    *55% Red LEDs rated at 660nm
    *20% Red LEDs rated at 630nm
    *15% Blue LEDs rated at 470nm
    *10% Blue LEDs rated at 425nm
Why Just Red And Blue Color LED Grow Lights Typically Don't Work Well
There are many growers that attempt to simply use one set of red LED grow lights and one set of blue LED lights. The problem with this is that it lacks the ability to provide your plants with the full range that they are used to having in nature. During an outdoor growth cycle, the kind of light that it receives fluctuates and moves as the days and months progress. Replicating that inside of your grow room is an important part of successful harvests. Leave no stone unturned and no helpful wavelength left out.
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