Lighting solutions service: Lighting and circuitry design
Lifespan (hours): 50000
Working Time (hours): 50000
Light Source: LED
Support Dimmer: Yes
Product Size: diameter 177x61MM
If you are looking for a new plant grow light, consider LED lights as your first pick as they are so much more energy-efficient than other lighting systems. Aurora's full spectrum COB Grow Light utilizes top-grade 5W Epilded and 10W Cree LEDs that deliver highly intense and luminous full-spectrum light to promote plant growth, from root germination to flowering and fruiting. High output LED chips can produce a multitude of photons that contribute to continuous photosynthesis, ensuring higher and better yields with lower electricity cost. The aluminum shell of the transparent LED lamps characterizes excellent light penetration and helps resist daily scratches. A perfect combination of universal red, blue, UV, and IR light emits from the powerful energy-saving LEDs, covering a wide range of photosynthesis areas. Blue and red light are essential for all plant growth, while the expensive IR and UV radiation promote plants to inspire defense mechanisms against plant excessive growth, disinfection, and sterilization. Our COB Grow Light is mounted with CE-certified super big cooling fans with high-speed heat dissipation and low noise, keeping peaceful working all day long. Make your cultivation easier and more productive with our COB Grow Light.
Let's take a look at why LED cob grow lights are better. I will keep it short, because you may have researched this. The advantages of LED cob grow lights are:
Compactness: More LEDs can be installed in a smaller space, which means more output from a smaller area. High intensity: Since more LEDs are packed into a smaller space, the light is more intense, which means deeper canopy penetration. Simple design: only 1 circuit and 2 contacts are used to power all chips on the COB array, reducing the number of components required. Lower failure rate: due to lower heat generation, better heat dissipation, fewer solder joints (because each chip is directly mounted on the substrate instead of soldering in place), the failure rate of high-quality COB is lower. Before planting plants or starting to plant seeds, determine the quality and timing of natural light in your space. Then choose plants with lighting requirements that match your indoor environment. Although plants can tolerate lower light growth conditions, they may need more light to promote dense foliage and flowering. Artificial lighting can be added to make up for the lack of natural sunlight. Once you understand the light available in your space and the plants you want to grow, you can decide to add supplemental lighting, like small indoor grow light.
Certain colors or wavelengths of light are more important to plant growth than others. The leaves reflect and extract very little energy from the yellow and green wavelengths of the visible spectrum. In contrast, the red and blue wavelengths in the spectrum are the most important energy sources for plants.
Plants that grow outdoors, in greenhouses, or near windows are exposed to a balance of sunlight wavelengths, including blue and red light required by plants. In environments where plants receive little or no natural light, additional light from small indoor grow light must be provided to ensure adequate growth of plants.