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VL-1 Vegetative LED Light

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• PPF: 1220 µmol/s
• Wattage: 440W
• Efficacy: 2.8 µmol/J
• Avg PPFD (5’x5’ Area): 459 µmol/m2/s

The built-in Samsung and OSRAM LEDs allow this fixture to efficiently produce full-spectrum white light.

FL-1 Flowering LED Light

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• PPF: 2000 µmol/s
• Wattage: 720W
• Efficacy: 2.8 µmol/J
• Avg PPFD (5’x5’ Area): 939 µmol/m2/s

The light utilizes Samsung and OSRAM LEDs to produce full-spectrum white light ideal for growing flowering plants.

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How do you Grow?

Vegetative rooms are used during the early stage of a plants cycle. A vegetative room allows growers to prepare the plants for flowering and harvest.


Flowering rooms are used for the final stage of a plants cycle when they begin producing flowers. These rooms require a lot of light to maximize your crop.


Full-cycle grow rooms are where the plants are in the same room for both flowering and vegetative. These are often used by cultivators who lack grow space.


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About LED Grow Lights

How big of an LED grow light do I need?

The size of the grow light you need depends on what you’re growing and the size of the plant canopy. For the flowering stage, most growers target a PPFD of 1000 µmol/s/m2. To achieve this light density, use at least one of our FL-1 LED Grow Lights or two of our VL-1 LED Grow Lights per 5’x5’ area. For plants in the vegetative stage, most growers target a PPFD of 500 µmol/s/m2. This would require one of our FL-1 grow lights per 6’x6’ area or one of our VL-1 grow lights per 4’x4’ area.

Can any LED light be used as a grow light?

Not all LED lights are suited for use as grow lights, so it's important to understand how the light spectrum affects plant growth. The PAR range is the section of the light spectrum that plants are able to absorb and use for photosynthesis. Plants (particularly flowering plants) require extremely large quantities of light within the PAR range in order to produce a successful harvest. Additionally, it's crucial to choose LED lights that produce full spectrum light; these result in healthier plants than grow lights that only produce red and blue light. Full spectrum grow lights mimic the spectrum of light produced by the sun, which plants evolved to use. Both our FL-1 and VL-1 lights produce large quantities of full spectrum light that's ideal for plant growth.

How far should LED grow lights be from plants?

One of the major advantages of LED grow lights is that they are much more energy efficient and produce far less heat than high-pressure sodium (HPS) or ceramic metal halide (CMH) grow lights. This allows LED grow lights to be placed as close as 6 inches above the canopy of your plants. Avoid raising an LED grow light more than 12 inches above the canopy; as the height of a grow light increases, the light it produces will be spread over a larger area, reducing the light density. Also, some of the light will be absorbed by the air between the light and the plants.

How much do LED grow lights cost to run?

When you shop for grow lights, it's important to understand efficacy, which defines a grow light’s ability to convert power (Watts) into photosynthetic active radiation (PAR) that can be used by crops. LED grow lights produce much more light while using the same amount of energy as traditional grow lights that use high-pressure sodium (HPS) or ceramic metal halide (CMH) lamps. The exact cost of running an LED grow light will vary depending on your local utility company, but the average price per kWh in the U.S. is the 13.31 cents. At that average price per kWh and running every day for 12 hours, our FL-1 will cost $419.74 per year ($1.15 per day) and our VL-1 costs $256.51 per year ($0.70 per day) to operate.