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LED Grow Light - 150 Watt 5,000 Kelvin (400 Watt HPS Replacement)

LED Grow Light - 150 Watt 5,000 Kelvin (400 Watt HPS Replacement)<span class="cross"></span>
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150 watt pendant grow light ($295.00)

This 150-watt LED fixture is great replacement for a 400-watt high pressure sodium fixture. It is in the daylight spectrum of 5,000 Kelvin which is light measured at noon hours on a clear day. This is the spectrum orchids and other plants grow best in. The lumen output is 22,500. The Beam angle is 120 degrees which is pretty comparable to a HPS 400 watt fixture as shown in our photos. The unit is 11 inches in diameter and 9 inches high to the top of the hook. This fixture weighs 10 pounds, comes with a built in screw-on hook plus a safety cable and is wired with a 6-foot 120-volt cord and plug. There are also 2 low voltage dimming wires and connectors if you should want to use a low voltage dimmer available at most big box stores. The fixture and cord are colored in reflective white. High pressure sodium fixtures have a higher output of light near 50,000 Lumens but the color is mostly in the yellow spectrum which isn't the best for growing plants. LED lights have the most photons measured per square meter compared to other lighting fixtures like sodium, metal halide or fluorescent and is better for photosynthesis. This is a great light for growing and flowering your plants and is perfect for setting up a grow room in a basement or other space. It is also excellent for extending daylight hours in greenhouses in winter or on cloudy winter days.

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