Knowing the science behind LED Grow lights is as important as the plants themselves. It cannot be stressed enough but it is of high value since the intensity of light directly affects the quality of the crop and the yield. If the lighting is not appropriate for your plants, the potency will be reduced and the yield would be affected and the buds of the plants wouldn’t be as dense as they ought to.
The Wattage or watts are a measure of amounts of energy that is being used by a bulb. The more the wattage, the brighter the light would be but also, the power consumption would be equally high.
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This is a pretty common question, often asked by many. And the answer is pretty simple: All you need to focus on is the coverage area (which is the area to be covered in lighting) and the actual wattage of the lights you’re using.
You see, by actual wattage, I mean to say that manufacturers mention the highest wattage at which the light can be used. For example, if the wattage of light says 40W, it means that if that light is driven to its highest capacity, it would be using 40W at the most. So, accordingly, you can determine if you need 1000W.
Difference between 300W, 600W, 1000w Grow Lights
The difference between 300W, 600W, 1000w is pretty basic. 300W LED Grow lights are made for a smaller area, say, about 3′ x 3′. They’re suitable for you if you want to have a smaller yield and don’t need much lighting. 600W are for a medium-sized area, around 4′ x 4′ while 1000W can be used for as large area as 5′ x 5′ to 6′ x 6′.
Apart from the coverage area, 300W, 600W, and 1000W would be different in terms of light intensity too. If you need a huge bush or trees of some sort, 1000W might come in handy. 300W would be suitable for smaller plants.
Coverage Area By Watts
One might be completely lost when it comes to the coverage area. Since it is very difficult for a layman to determine which light would be suitable for them, it is important to know how it all works.
Ideally, you should calculate the wattage you require since no chart or prescribed watts are accurate to your requirements. The best way to calculate the coverage area is by multiplying the length and the width of the area.
Now, this number would be the total area of your canopy. Now, multiply this number by the number of watts. That number would be the number of watts you require.
For example, The length and breadth of your canopy are 5′ and 6′, the area would be 5′ x 4′ = 20 sq. ft.
Multiply this by the number of watts your lighting has, (say, it consumes 65 watts)
These lights are scientifically engineered to suit your plant’s needs. It has a balance between the PAR/Coverage and Lumen output. These lights have a full spectrum which means they have red, blue, yellow, white, IR, and UV lights in one which fulfills the plant’s needs at every stage of the plant. This light emits multiple wavelengths of light which means, they fulfill the potting and seeding need.
They compare to traditional LED lights while consuming much lesser power in general. The lights are visibly bright and vibrant. The built is sturdy and easy to handle even for a beginner. The mirror-like finish of the light ensures that the light is reflected properly.
The cooling fans are quiet and do not make much noise and ensure the temperature remains friendly for plants. Heat exhaust is not needed as the light’s mechanism itself helps to cover the plant footprint. The lifespan of these lights is around 50,000- 100,000 hours
Overall, the output and yield results are very high. Hence, it is a perfect choice for beginners.
This LED Grow Light comes with a full spectrum or 12 wavelengths of light which makes it a friendly choice for plants of any growth stage. The spectrum is highly efficient and the lights use less power and heat but give out the same yield results.
It provides a higher output while having a cooler running mechanism. It matches very closely to the absorption by chlorophyll. They come with High PPF which gets into the canopy and gives marvelous yield results. Coming to Specifications, The cooling fans are very quiet and make sure cooling is uniform without lots of noise.
It also has newly upgraded aluminum cooling sinks. The built is durable, sturdy, and strong with substantially robust components. They’re beginner-friendly since it’s pretty simple to operate them. The looking lines provide a little tilting too and also, the high Lumen output is great too. This light is a solid choice that delivers impressive results.
Overall, they’re immensely efficient, powerful, and provide good results and so many impressive features to look at.