LED Grow Light FAQ

LED Grow Lights can be used to grow indoors or greenhouses. Basically all plants that need sunlight can be used to supplement light for plants to grow better. Indoors, you can grow some fruits and vegetables, or flowers or Rare plants or medicinal plants can fill up all the plants you grow in the greenhouse.

At this stage, there are mainly three types of LED grow light

1: Plant light bar

The plant growth lamp with a single light bar has a limited irradiation area and is troublesome to install in large numbers

2: Spider

The spider light uses an open strip design instead of multiple LEDs on a narrow "arm" on a solid board. These tend to be more expensive than quantum plate lamps.But such LED grow light will provide better light and a larger lighting area.

3: Quantum board

The quantum plate lamp uses a large number of small LEDs scattered on a relatively large flat surface. They use full-spectrum white light LED diodes, usually with passive cooling, allowing plants to be placed directly under them without the danger of excessive heat dissipation.

Every plant needs to absorb different wavelengths. LEDs can accurately locate and increase the availability of various blue and red wavelengths (even infrared and ultraviolet wavelengths). Your plants need it to get as many available wavelengths as possible. . If you are not sure about the spectrum required for the plants you want to grow, then you can send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Yes, the use of LED plant grow lights can allow plants to fully photosynthesize and increase the time the plants are exposed to direct sunlight (within an indoor environment @ 18hrs. per day). Naturally, it can be better than the growth of plants under natural conditions. high speed.