Flora 430-C feature high blue Veg Spectrum provides the optimal light recipe for the vegetative stage. The Veg spectrum promotes robust growth, boosts photosynthesis, developing strong roots, stems, and foliage. With short internodal spacing and dense leaf development. This sets the foundation for better flowering and yield in the later stages of growth.
With a self-designed special structure heat dissipation system, the Flora 430 can keep itself in a much lower working tempture comparing to the other grow lights. This unique design can not only extend the light lifespan, but brings less harmness to the canopies. Lower heat release, better grow atmosphere.
In the cultivation, the night time cycle is paramount. Safeguard technology understands
this. When our lights missing a dimming signal during this crucial phase in the
case of dimming cable failed, dimming controller failed or unexpected interruptions,
they default to "off". Protect your plants from unintentional light exposure, ensuring
they remain undisturbed during their restful night cycle.
Navigate the challenges of cultivation with ease, the waterproofing Push-lock dimming connector, ensuring uninterrupted signal transmission for a hassle-free cultivation journey.
Mastery in coverage with the capability to uniformly illuminate a 4 x 4 ft canopy,
Maximize your indoor garden's potentia, wider coverage to encompass a 5x5ft canopy.
Featured high blue Veg Spectrum promotes robust growth,
Full-spectrum led grow lights provide lights that closely resemble light from the sun. This marketing name comes from the concept of “full-spectrum light,” which nowadays has been used to refer to electromagnetic radiation from the UV to infrared wavebands.
Just like plants growing outdoors in the sunlight, indoor plants grow best under full-spectrum grow lights, which offer a balance of cool and warm light that is the same as the natural solar spectrum.
To create the most advanced spectrum for complete physiological plant growth, we had to challenge every assumption. Not only did this make the spectra better, but it also made it beautiful.
Previously, 660 nm (red) and 450 nm (blue) were the most efficient LED packages and coincided with peak ChI A and Chl B absorption areas.