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How to choose the optimal LED fixture for your production?

Time:2021-10-11 Views:809

For the past few years, horticultural LED has been the solution for many commercial growers wanting to expand and develop their business. LED grow light systems bring several benefits including a high degree of controllability, increased product quality, energy savings and a dynamic spectrum enabling production optimization and upscaling. However, to utilize the total efficiency of LED grow light, it is important to install an LED set-up that matches your greenhouse and the specific cultures and demands of your crop.

In this guide, you get an overview of which LED fixtures to choose for different horticultural circumstances – so you can find the optimal LED fixture for your production. 

                                                                         DK08A 640Watt Led Grow Light



Samsung original diode

Easy to assemble

DK08A 640watt Led Grow Light Bar

If you are looking for a cost-effective LED, then DK08A is a good choice. Samsung original diodes are used to ensure the stability of the light source. At the same time, it can perfectly cover 4x4 tents. The 3-year warranty period allows you to use it with confidence. Thinking from a long-term perspective, DK08A It is undoubtedly a very cost-effective Led Grow Light.


                                              DK08-FN2 740Watt Led Grow Light

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Full spectrum+UV IR

Samsung lm301b original diode

No need to install plug and play

DK08-FN2 740watt Led Grow Light 

It can run the full spectrum alone, and then run the UV IR mode during the flowering stage of the plant. This is the feature of DK08-FN2. The plug-and-play design without installation can save you a lot of installation time. Use Samsung lm301b original diodes to ensure the light source Stablize.

UV light has been shown to increase secondary metabolite activity in many plants, and this is also the case with cannabis. The most important secondary metabolites from a cannabis grower’s perspective are cannabinoids such as THC and CBD, as well as terpenes which give cannabis its distinctive aroma. Short wavelength irradiation, such as UV and blue light, trigger the plant’s stress response system and the plant starts to protect itself from the abiotic stress i.e. short wavelength irradiation. Increased stress level results in increased metabolite activity and therefore higher THC accumulation in flowers.