As a medium multi-strip LED grow light, FC4800 is suggested for small-scale cultivation or commercial veg grow. Installed with Samsung LM301B chips and broad spectra, FC4800 utilizes a uniform photon distribution to acquire an even PPID and optimal PPF across the plant canopy.
- Wattage – 480w Personal Cultivation Coverage – 4×4 ft Commercial Cultivation Coverage – 3×3 ft
Commercial cultivator’s preferred light solution for single or multi-tier racking and various indoor plant grow scenarios.
Superb Quality LED Chips: The whole light is composed of 1206 pcs Samsung lm301b and Osram 660nm chips. More than two times as many LEDs are used to drive the grow lights at low currents and to avoid overdrive. Quality is guaranteed and efficiency is up to 2.8 μmol/j.
Even PAR Distribution and High PPFD Output: The multi-light bar design and the densely distributed light chips enable the LED grow lights to achieve the optimum PPFD required for plant growth over the entire effective coverage area.
Specifically Designed Spectrum: To ensure even plant growth, blue and red light are enhanced on the basis of a full spectrum combination. Not only does this accelerate plant growth, but it also improves the yield and quality of the plants at the same time.
Dimming Daisy Chain Function: The dimming function saves on electricity costs and enables brightness from 10% to 100% for the different stages of plant growth. A single master light can connect up to 30 lights in a daisy-chain system.
Business LED Grow Light: The light’s wavy heat sink dissipates heat quickly and the IP65 waterproof allows the light to operate in humid conditions. 180° collapsible feature for easier installation. All these features provide favorable assistance for commercial cultivation.
DLC Certified & 5 Years Warranty: DLC-certified LED grow lights have the highest standard in the industry, both in terms of quality and efficiency. Locally serviceable and with a 5-years warranty to solve any quality issues.
Free Shipping: Delivery 3 to 8 Days
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