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We are the only company offering this full spectrum grow light. This LED grow light has the same growing light spectrum as a HPS lamp.  


(Where you see green LEDs, they are actually ultraviolet.  This is for photographic purposes as the Ultraviolet LEDs did not show up well in the photograph.)


Led lighting gives you the same lighting spectrum, with out the damaging heat or high operation cost.

Below is the light chart on a HPS lamp.




Covers the spectrum from (390nm Ultraviolet) through Blues, Yellows to (633nm Reds)

  RED LEDís  ------  Count  249

  YELLOW  LEDís  ------  Count  166

  ULTRAVIOLET  LEDís  -----  Count  48

  BLUE  LEDís  ------  Count  112


These lights are very bright and intense with very little energy consumption.


View Indoor Gardening In A Bright New Light!

Has weather ever dampened your gardening enthusiasm? Too hot or too cold? Too humid or too dry? Too much rain or not enough?  Have you ever wished or imagined being able to garden in the air-conditioned comfort of your home?

Advancements in artificial lighting technologies over the past decade have introduced a whole new generation of plant growing lights for the indoor seed starter, gardener, and houseplants enthusiast that are brighter, more efficient, and better looking than ever. Now it is possible to remove the weather aspect of gardening forever, by bringing your garden into your home.

Below you will find easy-to-understand information on the various artificial light sources used in horticultural applications along with some of the more important factors to consider when choosing from among the many different indoor and greenhouse plant growing lights that are available today.

General Lighting Requirements For Plants

To determine how much light a plant will require, consider where and how it grows best in its natural environment. Most vegetables, for instance, grow best in full sunlight, which means as much light as possible must be supplied to grow vegetables indoors. Foliage houseplants like the Philodendron grow in full shade and therefore can grow normally with relatively little artificial light. Exotic plants, such as Bromeliads and Orchids, grow in varying conditions depending on the species. Some grow in deep shade in the jungle, while others grow in bright sunlight. The lighting level required for growth indoors depends upon the characteristics of the particular plant being grown.

Plants NEED Darkness

Plants need dark periods. Periods of light (called photo-periods) and dark periods and their relative lengths have an effect on plant maturity. Recent studies have conclusively proven that it is not just the length of the day which affects growth, but the duration of the dark period which follows. The dark period of each day affects flowering and seeding of most plants. Although many plants can grow under continuous light, nearly all plants prefer a dark period each day for normal growth. All plants need some darkness to grow well or to trigger flowering. The ideal photoperiods of plants vary, some preferring long days and short nights; others the reverse; and some do best when the length of the night and day periods are equal.

Color Temperature

In scientific terms, Kelvin temperature is a measure of the color of a light source relative to a black body at a particular temperature expressed in degrees Kelvin (įK).

In simpler terms, it is the degree of warmth or coolness of a light source, not with regards to the physical temperature, rather to the visual temperature of the light. The higher the degree K, the bluer, or "cooler" the lamp appears. The lower the degree K, the more "warm", or red the light appears.

Incandescent lights have a low color temperature (approximately 2700įK) and have a red-yellowish tone; natural daylight has a high color temperature (approximately 6000įK) and appears bluish. Today, the phosphors used in fluorescent and high intensity (HID) lights can be blended to provide any desired color temperature in the range from 2800įK to 6000įK.

LED lighting can also be blended to provide any desired color temperature except LED lighting is measured in nanometers.


Color Rendering Index (CRI)

The Color Rendering Index (CRI) is a rating scale for light sources (lamps) from 0 to 100 to indicate how accurately colors can be perceived under a light source. The higher the CRI, the more accurately colors appear. Technically, CRI ratings should only be compared for lamps with similar color temperatures (Kelvin ratings)

A specific example may make this a little clearer. Tungsten light -- 3200K -- is a full spectrum light, that is, it is emitting light over the entire visible spectrum. Red, orange, yellow, etc. Sunlight is also a full spectrum light, but at a much higher Kelvin rating, but still contains red, orange, yellow, etc. Many other light are also full spectrum xenon, carbon arc, but have different proportions of the various wavelengths.

Each of these full spectrum light sources contains light at a near infinite number of different wavelengths, at which can be measured in nanometers. Visible light being the region between 400 and 750 nanometers.

A very specific color would have a very specific wavelength. For example, a ruby laser has a wavelength of 694nm.

By combining different LED wavelengths a full spectrum can be achieved.

Our New LED Grow Light offers the spectrum needed to grow full, beautiful, lush plants, and for only pennies compared to other lighting.  

Pricing :   We stock a 24" X 24" Grow Light, but custom sizes and configurations are available, please contact us for options and pricing. 

Stock 24" X 24" Grow Light which covers approx. 48" X 48" area or 16 square feet of usable light.

Do you have questions?  Call Tom today 918-230-1177  United States

  $399.90 with *FREE SHIPPING     

*Free shipping on standard 24" x 24" grow lights to U.S. customers only.


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