At present, the market in China and the United States is flooded with a variety of LED grow lights. There are the grow lights with low power consumption for household use, and high power for industrial cannabis cultivation. Traditionally, growers use HID lights for planting, such as HPS, MH, etc. Both forms are considered as induction lighting, which means that flammable gases and combustion may occur, causing visible light to be emitted. Metal halide lamps generally emit a cooler spectrum, which tends to favor plant growth stages. High pressure sodium glows at a warm 2200K, which is great for the flowering stage of cannabis plants. Some growers choose to use one or two types of HID lighting during different cycles of the plant's growth life. However, due to the high power consumption, high radiation and high heat of traditional HID lamps, it is easy to cause overheating and burn on the top of plants. In severe cases, it is easy to cause fire risks. More and more countries have begun to prohibit the use of HID lamps. Of course, traditional HID lamps have been favored by a large number of plants in history because of their stronger canopy penetration and have been used until now, and they are reluctant to replace more efficient LED lamps.
In fact, no matter in terms of efficiency, energy consumption, service life or planting effect, LED has greater advantages than HPS. With the innovation of LED technology, LED grow lights can also achieve the same penetrating effects as HID lamps. Considering the long-term use of HPS by users and the characteristics of lamps and lanterns, at present, many industry leading companies, such as Gavita, have released a variety of 1:1 HPS replacement lamps, which can directly replace traditional HPS without any need for growers to change and redesign the wiring layout, etc.
Lippenlux has been cooperating with several farms for actual product development, and also released HIGRO series LED grow lights, which are equal to or higher than other brands in the industry in terms of function, power consumption, efficiency, and lighting distribution. The following is the product introduction , which somewhat includes:
True 1:1 replacement for HPS fixtures
HiGro 1930e 780W LED is designed to be the true 1:1 direct replacement for the traditional 1000w HPS fixture. It is ompatible with wiring and electrical requirements for most indoor growing environments.
More crop-loving light in a broader spectrum
Designed to deliver the performance growers expect from an HPS, HiGro 1930e 780W LED delivers more crop-loving light in a broader spectrum at up to 20% energy savings than 1000 W HPS fixtures. The broad spectrum is designed to deliver the deep blues, hot reds and balanced greens plants need for full-term growth.
IP66 rated to the toughest growing conditions
HiGro 1930e 780W LED is designed to stand up to the toughest growing conditions. Each fixture is IP66 rated, so it is protected against dust, oil and even streams of water, which gives you the power to easily combat sulfur and other residue build-up with jet-sprayers while keeping people and your equipment safe.
An astonishing level of uniformity
Under HiGro 1930e 780W LED grow light, the light intensity stays the same from edge to edge on hundreds of plants. Wide optics create a nearly identical light pattern to HPS fixtures and enhance performance through even light coverage left to right.
Impressive efficacy and more yield
Operating at 780 watts with an output of 1930 µmol/s, the HiGro 1930e 780W achieves an impressive efficacy of 2.5 µmol/J. It masterfully surpasses traditional LED performance and scales from 400 nm to 700 nm with incredible uniformity, boosting blue and red wavelengths while balancing in between with beneficial green.
Backed by 5 year warranty
Each component is carefully chosen for unparalleled performance, esp. we adopt cold forged aluminum heat sink.
Lippenlux welcomes growers to try their HIGRO products, believing that unexpected yields and high-quality crops will be achieved. For further inquiries or contact, you can reach out to Davy at firstname.lastname@example.org.