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COB LED Grow Light 300W

$1,540.00

COB LED Grow Light 300W

$1,540.00

Chip On Board LED Features

  • More energy efficient than incandescent, halogen and fluorescent lamps
  • Low voltage DC operation
  • Instant light with unlimited dimming
    High quality true color reproduction
  • Enhanced optical control
  • Uniform consistent white light
  • Proprietary heat sink design dissipates heat and eliminates the need for noisy and costly fans
  • Lower operating costs
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • Environmental friendly, no disposal issues

Specifications

  • 300 W Full Spectrum LED grow fixture hand-built in Canada
  • Used for both Vegetative and Flowering phases
  • Coverage area from 5’x5′ veg to 4’x4′ flower (2.47m2, 1 m2) at 600-1200 ppfd
  • IP65 LED drivers, passively cooled with no moving parts.
  • Produces the least amount of heat in comparison to any competitor LED product.
  • Saves 60% direct energy costs over HPS, another 38% in HVAC
  • 110% more light output than LEC (Light Emitting Ceramic) using only 20% more wattage.
  • 660ppf to 1200ppf light output intensity.
  • 2.8umols/W to 3.3umols/W efficiency.
  • 6.8kg (15lbs) hanging weight.
  • UL/CSA Factory Certified
  • 5 year Warranty

 

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Why Are So Many Growers Switching to Chip on Board LED lighting?

Plants can now be grown efficiently and effectively indoors with LED technology and without the requirement of sunlight.

Sunlight has long been the only staple source of photonic energy for plant cultivation which has restricted cultivators to space where sunlight is accessible. The development of older lighting technologies such High Pressure Sodium, Metal Halide and Fluorescents enabled the utilization of indoor greenhouses with supplemental lighting but are not efficient and expensive to maintain. LED technology has advanced to eclipse the efficiency of traditional horticultural lighting while providing a full spectrum similar to sunlight.

Technology advancements have enabled growers to maximize their yield outputs and significantly reduce overall production costs. Our LEDs deliver optimal spectral coverage and photon output to satisfy all stages of a plant’s growth cycle. This includes germination, vegetative growth and flowering to produce high quality products in mass volume.

Premium quality LED chips from top tier manufacturers emit ideal color spectrums to meet the specific photonic nutrients plants require to grow fast and abundantly while minimizing energy consumption and thermal waste output. Our LED COB fixture has been designed with no moving parts that can fail and as a quick replacement for existing lighting. This enables growers to easily bring LED light fixtures into operations to satisfy a multitude of plants and their nutritional requirements.

Chip On Board LED Features

  • More energy efficient than incandescent, halogen and fluorescent lamps
  • Low voltage DC operation
  • Instant light with unlimited dimming
    High quality true color reproduction
  • Enhanced optical control
  • Uniform consistent white light
  • Proprietary heat sink design dissipates heat and eliminates the need for noisy and costly fans
  • Lower operating costs
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • Environmental friendly, no disposal issues

Specifications

  • 300 W Full Spectrum LED grow fixture hand-built in Canada
  • Used for both Vegetative and Flowering phases
  • Coverage area from 5’x5′ veg to 4’x4′ flower (2.47m2, 1 m2) at 600-1200 ppfd
  • IP65 LED drivers, passively cooled with no moving parts.
  • 70% more light output than LEC (Light Emitting Ceramic) using only 31% more wattage.
  • Produces the least amount of heat in comparison to any competitor LED product.
  • Saves 60% direct energy costs over HPS, another 38% in HVAC
  • 110% more light output than LEC (Light Emitting Ceramic) using only 20% more wattage.
  • 660ppf to 1200ppf light output intensity.
  • 2.8umols/W to 3.3umols/W efficiency.
  • 6.8kg (15lbs) hanging weight.
  • UL/CSA Factory Certified
  • 5 year Warranty

CoB LED Lighting – Using the Best of the Best!

Our CoB LED Lighting fixture has been designed and built with the highest ‘bin’ components from top tier manufacturers.  This isn’t a cheap imported fixture using inferior quality components. Only the best and most reliable parts are able to get the high efficiency and performance numbers of our fixture.

Light is Essential to Plant Growth

Just as light is essential for human functionality, it’s even more essential for plants. The elemental particles of light, photons, are the stable food source for our green friends, who digest these particles using a chemical process called photosynthesis.

If you were in the lighting industry, you would be accustomed to terms such as lumens, efficacy, lux and CRI when describing the spec and quality of a light source, but in regards to horticulture, we are going to have to take a slight left turn. Throw out lumens, throw out efficacy and let’s take a deep dive into how plants see light, my apology for the pun (it was intentional).

When determining the quality of a light source (in regards to plant development) there are 4 important characteristics to understand:PAR, PPF, PPFD and photon efficiency.

PAR (Photosynthetic Active Radiation):  Defines the nature of light spectrum that specific plants need for photosynthesis to occur. The wavelength range is between 400nm-700nm. Similar to the human eye response, there are specific wavelengths that plants are more sensitive too, typically these are found in the blue-red spectrums.

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PPF (Photosynthetic Photon Flux): The total amount of photons within the PAR range produced by a light source per second, which is expressed in micromoles/second (μmol/s).  Similar to lumens the PPF doesn’t indicate the amount of photons actually reaching the plants. This is a good indicator of the light source’s efficiency.

 


Photon Efficiency:
 This describes the efficiency of a light source at converting electrical energy into photons for PARPPFD (Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density): The measure of the

amount of photons within the PAR range that the plant receives or the number of photosynthetically active photons that falls on a given surface each second. The PPFD is measured in micromoles per square meter per second (μmol/m2/s).

 

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