LED Spotlight Bulb – TriBand Spectrum

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The basic idea is that a growing plant uses only a narrow band of the lighting spectrum for chlorophyll production. Up to now the only choice has been Sodium or Halide lights which both produce a very wide band of lighting and less than 10% of a Sodium or Halide lamps output is actually used by the plant.

This 168 LED BULB simply screws into a standard household bulb socket (Medium Base/Edison Base). You simply supply your own standard socket and custom arrange it over top of your garden. Operates on common household voltage.

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BLUE SPECTRUM: 460-470 Nanometers

BLUE LIGHT is important for the formation of chlorophyll, chloroplast development (chloroplasts are the little organs inside cells where photosynthesis takes place, more of them = more photosynthesis = more plant growth), also, photosynthesis circadian rhythm (knowing when lights are on and off – related to flowering too) and the production of some enzymes in plants is controlled by blue light. In land plants, a decrease in blue light also might signal to a leaf that it is a shade leaf… meaning it thinks it is not in good light, so it won’t make chloroplasts, which means no matter how many photons of light hit that leaf it will not produce the maximum amount of energy that it could.

RED SPECTRUM: 645-655 Nanometers

RED LIGHT stimulates phytochrome responses such as stem elongation, flowering, and other plant morphology changes. {HPS lights have more yellow/red which is why they lead to elongated stems, and great flowering} Red light can increase starch accumulation in some plants (that is like animals gaining fat, extra energy).

WHITE SPECTRUM: 6400K White diodes

Add in the FULL Spectrum white LEDs to round fill in the trace amount of light needed from outside the RED and BLUE spectrums.

This 168 LED BULB simply screws into a standard household bulb socket (Medium Base/Edison Base). You simply supply your own standard socket and custom arrange it over top of your garden. Operates on common household voltage.

Why use our LED GROW LIGHTS to grow plants?
The basic idea is that a growing plant uses only a narrow band of the lighting spectrum for chlorophyll production. Up to now the only choice has been Sodium or Halide lights which both produce a very wide band of lighting and less than 10% of a Sodium or Halide lamps output is actually used by the plant.

With the advent of LED lighting, we can custom tailor the output of the lamp to match exactly the band of light required for Chlorophyll production!

What does all this mean?
This means that almost 100% of the power input for our LED GROW LIGHT is used for plant production.

What are the other benefits?
Another great benefit of the LED GROW LIGHT is the very small amount of heat produced. The LED GROW LIGHT operates completely cool to the touch and plants can actually grow right up to the fixture, try that with any Sodium or Halide lamp.

What is the benefit of lower heat levels?
No HEAT SIGNATURE detectable by infrared cameras.

No fans required for cooling

No high temperature lights to worry about

Also, the LED GROW LIGHT does not require a ballast and simply plugs into any standard household light bulb socket. *(socket not included)

The LED GROW LIGHT is manufactured using long life LED lights. These lights have a rated life of over 100,000 hours (there are 8,760 hours in a year).

The power use of one 168 piece LED GROW LIGHT bulb is approximately 13 watts each.

LEDs are nearly 100% efficient at plant growth! This is 10 times the efficiency of a Sodium or Halide light.

Light Emitting Diode (L.E.D.) technology is the absolute newest technology in plant growth! These lights represent the cutting edge of horticultural lighting. LED lights are currently being used by NASA for growing plants in outer space!

Measures: 5.75″ wide x 5″ long

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Weight 2 lbs
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