A slim-line, rectangular solution to your indoor horticulture needs. Available in a variety of spectra that have been customized to different growing needs. This light weight and slim line fixture is ideal for narrow and/or low-ceiling rooms, but works well in normal/high ceiling rooms just as well.
(48" x 14.1" x 6.6")
Average savings of switching to Induction is ~60% on your electricity bill.
Life-span of 10+ years!
IP20 & IP65 Rated Lamps.
UL & ARRA Compliant.
Light weight offered in a variety of sizes, wattages, and color Spectrum.
Can run on 120 - 277 V
Low amperage draw 1.5 - 3 A
Reduce energy consumption by +50% versus HID lamps.
Reduce Green House Gas emissions.
Dramatically reduce maintenance costs, such as relamping.
Eliminate landfill proliferation due to a long life span.
Positively impact HVAC systems.
Creates healthy & productive environments for people, plants, & animals.
Contains solid amalgam mercury that is 100% recylable.
80% lumen output at 85,000 hours.
Color temperatures from 2700-6500K.
100,000 hour rated lifespan.
Wattages available from 40w to 500w in 120- 277, 208-347 variable voltages.
High color rendering >80.
High efficiency lighting at 75-92 lm/w.
Instant start and restrike.
High power factor of >0.95
Operating ambient temperature range of -40*C to +50*C.
No flicker or hum: high frequency 200KHZ- 300KHZ ballast technology.
What is Induction Lighting.
An electrodeless fluorescent lamp is a light source in which the power used to generate light is transferred from outside the lamp to inside the lamp using electromagnetic fields. This is in contrast with a typical lamp that uses electrical connections through the lamp envelope to transfer power, such as a typical HID streetlight.
Three major perks are:
1.Extended lamp life. ◦Magnets instead of filaments. ◾High output for low wattage.
Magentic induction technology is similar to that of fluorescent lamps. What differs from traditional fluorescent lamps is that there is no electrical connection going on inside the glass bulb; the energy is transferred through the glass envelope by electromagnetic induction. The induction coil (inductor) produces a very strong magnetic field which travels though the glass and excites the mercury atoms in the interior. The mercury atoms emit UV light, which is then down-converted to visible light by the phosphor coating on the inside of the tube.
Measuring Induction Lighting Efficiencies:
Induction lighting systems surpass traditional High-Intensity Discharge (HID) lighting systems in the combined CRI and the Scotopic/Photopic (S/P) Ratios.
Of the wide variety of energy efficient lamp choices on the market today, Grow and flower lighting more closely represents natural sunlight. Our lights also provide the highest VEL Lm/W, while still peaking in the 380 and 720 nanometer ranges.
Additionally, our grow and flower lights, with ballast efficiencies of 95%, have effectively simulated the advantages of the higher wattage HID lamps while still saving up to 70% less wattage per fixture. Clearly, induction lighting is the choice for saving the environment while creating your own!
Induction Lamps: Why They Appear Brighter:
Below we show how photopic and scotopic values vary between different lamp types and how bright they appear to the human eye. This is known as Apparent Brightness and is not measured in the conventional lumens, lux, or footcandle readings.
There are a number of terms engineers use that reference apparent brightness; Visually Effective Lumens (VEL), Spectrally Effective Lumens (SEL), or Pupil Lumens as this measurement. Whatever phrase you choose to use, they all refer to the same thing: Apparent Brightness.