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Factors to Consider When Purchasing a 1000 Watt LED Plant Light

Posted 4th June 2018 by Links king

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Actual Wattage

This is the true quantity of power the fixture will utilize. Two of the lights featured here always use exactly the same wattage, while another two have an assortment. That’s because they give you a bit of control over the spectrum.

During the vegetative stage of expansion, as an example, plants don’t need as much light as they do during flowering. A fixture that lets you turn off LEDs (or dial back their strength ) if they are Best 1000 Watt Led Grow Light By  not required will help save you money in power expenses .



There are two variables to consider here: the colour of this lighting and how customizable it is.


First it ought to be noted that the fittings using coloured LED lights have some white LEDs from the mixture. But the NextLight Mega uses LEDs that are ONLY.

And depending on whom you ask, fixtures using only full-spectrum white LEDs are amazing or completely useless.

Here are the 2 sides:

Pro White Light

Proponents of all-white LED grow lights state their range is the most natural, as it’s very much like the sun. It essentially gives you the same light as an HPS bulb together with a metal-halide bulb. Put simply: an HPS range with extra blue light.

HPS light has turned out to work nicely and plants obviously love sunlight, therefore it just makes sense that white LED lighting is the best way to go. And it does work, just like the HPS and MH lighting it replaces.

And white light has one more advantage–one which is very important to some people. Your plants look natural under white light, so it is much simpler to inspect them and to observe any discolorations, etc.. This can be quite difficult beneath pink light.

Against White Light

Opponents of white lighting point out that it is mostly made up of green and yellow light, which can be used only minimally by plants and thus mainly goes to waste. That is fine for sunlight, since it is an infinite supply of free light. But when YOU’RE footing the bill, wouldn’t it be better to not cover all that wasted light?

So, which side of this argument are you on? If you prefer all-white light, then the NextLight is your fixture for you. If you would rather a mixture of colours, you may safely dismiss the NextLight.

  1. Customizable Spectrum

Some lights have different styles for veg and bloom and some, such as the Cirrus T string lights or the California LightworksSolarSystem series, give you total control over the spectrum.

The advantage of this is really a lower electricity bill. Plants don’t want as much light throughout vegging since they do throughout flowering and they want even less during cloning. Having the ability to dial back the amount of light means you use less electricity.

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