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Adjustable High Bay LED

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Adjustable High Bay LED:

  • Adjustable Wattage
  • Adjustable Colour Temperature
  • 5 year warranty
  • IP65 Dust and water rating
  • Grow indoors for less!

Adjustable High Bay LED fixtures are available in 2 formats:

100 Watt Fixture:
Power Settings: 60 / 80 / 100 Watts
Colour Temperature Settings: 3000K / 4000K / 5000K
Beam Angle: 120 degrees
Dimensions: 280mm Diameter, 125mm Height + 45mm (with hanging hook installed)
Weight: < 2.5kg
Electrical Cord: 3m, WITHOUT PLUG
Dimming Function: Can be connect to external dimmer (Not included)

200 Watt Fixture:
Power Settings: 120 / 150 / 200 Watts
Colour Temperature Settings: 3000K / 4000K / 5000K
Beam Angle: 120 degrees
Dimensions: 320mm Diameter, 125mm Height + 45mm (with hanging hook installed)
Weight: < 3.2kg
Electrical Cord: 3m, WITHOUT PLUG
Dimming Function: Can be connect to external dimmer (Not included)

Don’t forget a set of XL ProHangers to hang the light, as the hanging hook is a bit too thick for the normal sized ratchet clips to clip on to.

More on Colour Temperature and Wattage:

Colour temperature plays a pivotal role in cannabis cultivation, influencing various stages of the plant’s growth. During the vegetative phase, cooler light temperatures around 6500 Kelvin closely mimic the natural spectrum of sunlight in spring, encouraging robust leafy growth. As cannabis transitions into flowering, a shift towards warmer temperatures at around 2700 Kelvin simulates the light spectrum of late summer, signaling the plant to produce buds. This precise manipulation of Colour temperature ensures that the plant receives the right signals at the right time, maximizing yield and potency.

Additionally, light intensity is a critical factor in cannabis cultivation, and it’s directly related to wattage. Higher wattage bulbs deliver greater intensity, which can be beneficial for larger, more mature plants with extensive canopy coverage. However, it’s crucial to strike a balance, as excessive intensity can lead to heat stress and hinder growth. Reflectors and distance adjustments can help fine-tune the light distribution. By carefully considering wattage in relation to light intensity, cultivators can optimize energy usage and create an environment that fosters healthy, high-quality cannabis plants, ultimately leading to a successful harvest.