Led, translation from English light-emitting diode (LED) or light emitting diode (LED) is the future of lighting. The LED or LED illumination, has everything to become artificial light tomorrow. This technology continues to innovate before it served only growth, germination now it is used for flowering.
The latest generations produce up to 150 lumens per watt. On a panel it can sometimes be up to 200 LEDs. The light emitted by the LEDs can be 100% in the PAR (Photosynthetic Activ Radiation).
Since these diodes do not lose energy to generate heat, the horticultural LEDs make the most of this energy. The LED panels combine these diodes together and compete with traditional HPS bulbs today, MH, CFL, neon kits. They are also cheaper than CFL or neon because they consume little electricity.
You should know that LED is continuous light unlike HPS (High Pressure Sodium) and MH lamps (Metal Halide) that produce intermittent light imperceptible to the naked eye, which is less natural and can also cause some stress for plants.
Another advantage of LEDs is that we can find all spectrums. It is especially the blue spectrum for the period of growth and red for flowering. It is standard to see these two spectra combined to optimize the light of indoor plants. View PANEL MASTER COB 600W of IndoorLed .
But one of the biggest advantages is the low heat generated by the LEDs, allowing us to position plants almost glued to the lamp (10 to 15 cm for the different colors that form the spectrum are able to mix).
In summary, why choose to cultivate plants with Horticultural Led ?
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At a time when the electricity price increases still more, it is wise to choose a system that reduces up to 50% energy usage.