750W HIGH POWER FULL SPECTRUM LED GROW LIGHT

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Regular price
$1,295.00
Sale price
$399.00
The AT750 integrates 210 high power LEDs, power supplies, fans and controls in a high quality enclosure that delivers every spectrum of light energy your plants need. Simple to use controls allow easy selection of vegetative or flowering modes, getting you up and running quickly, and providing greater reliability. The finely tuned mix of 5W and 3W high energy LEDs with large optical grade secondary lenses deliver more penetrating light, focused into a 4' x 4' footprint. These high quality high tech lights are the future of indoor farming. They produce greater yields while consuming less electricity and generating less heat. Extended life 50,000 hour LEDs outlast traditional HID bulbs, reducing replacement bulb costs and labor.

  • Higher Yields - Finely tuned mix of 5W and 3W high energy LEDs with optical grade secondary lenses deliver penetrating light in every spectrum your plants need
  • Higher Return On Investment (ROI) - Low initial investment, low running costs, long life and higher yield deliver the highest ROI
  • Larger Footprint - Large light output areas and optical grade secondary lenses efficiently cover 4' x 4' grow area
AT750 Specifications:
  • LED Quantity: 210
  • Spectrum: 5W and 3W blue, red and white LEDs deliver light in just the spectrum bands your plants need without wasting energy.
  • Diode Wattage: Fine tune mix of 5W and 3W blue, red, white, 410 to 730nm spectrum
  • HID Wattage Equivalent: 750W
  • LED Life: 50,000 hours
  • Footprint: 4' x 4'
  • Input Voltage: 100-240V AC
  • Actual Wattage: 540W (LEDs + fans)
  • Dimensions: 20.25" x 20.25" x 3.5"
  • Weight: 38.9 lbs
  • 3 Year Warranty
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04/25/2019
Juperson

stars Initial thoughts, nice light.

Out of the box this light appears to be everything that I was looking for in a decent grow light. It's super bright and the spectrum appears to be accurate. It is a decent build and the hangers are easy to attach. It comes with a short cable for linking this to another light. It also has an on/off switch built into the cord. One of these will be used for starting vegetables and the other for starting flowers. We plan on doing a side-by-side comparison to a T5 grow light (54 watt) that we have previously been pleased with the results of. Once I see the difference, or lack of, I will update this review, but initially this looks like a great light

DC
04/25/2019
Dr. Che Fauziah

LED GROW LIGHT

"Plant Factory is very useful for a beginner interested to venture into crop production using plant factory system. It provides a comprehensive information from all aspects of crop production under a housing or factory system, inclusive the design of the structure and lighting and their mantainance. I would recommend it to be used as a textbook for horticulture course on vegetables production system where land is limited such as in urban areas. The science or technical know-how is very strong as a lot of research has been conducted to support the claims. It is quite unusual for a book to even provide information on the training centre whereby a trainee can register himself or herself. As it mentioned, this system of vegetables production is rather costly and the economics or cost-benefit analysis should be included as one of the main topic in the book. Also, the risk or probability of failure of the entrepreneur investing in this system to succeed or make money should also be highlighted. Also, it will be quite useful to know the perception of customers or how to convince the customers to pay more for the vegetables produced in the plant factory."

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04/25/2019
Neha

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