With energy costs skyrocketing out of control, the iPower LED Grow Light is the smart and easy choice for today's indoor and greenhouse growers. Rivaling the output of 1000 Watt Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium lamps, the iPower LED Grow Light consumes up to 80-Percent less power while providing your plants with the perfect blend of light for all stages of plant growth. 95% of the LEDs light is absorbed by plants compared to just 10% of traditional HPS and MH lighting. Plants grown under the iPower LED Grow Light produce lush leaves, big buds, and flowers. Like all our LED grow lights, the iPower LED Grow Light emits virtually no heat and does not require additional ballasts, reflectors or cooling equipment. The reduced heat allows for fewer watering cycles and the need for expensive air conditioning during the summer months. The iPower LED Grow Light is a plug and play grow light - it works right out of the box. This state of the art LED grow light is extremely energy efficient, it saves up to 80% in energy consumption compared to fluorescent tubes, HPS and MH lighting and while paying for itself in just a little over a year. iPower LED Grow Lights are being used by commercial growers, co-ops and dispensaries, nurseries, farms, home hobbyists, caregivers and more.
Package includes: 1x iPower 300 Watt LED Grow Light, 120v Power cord, and Hanger set
Up to 80-percent more energy efficient than traditional MH or HPS lamps
Zero maintenance costs; no expensive bulbs to replace
Can be used with any indoor growing method: hydroponics, aeroponics or soil growing
Low thermal footprint
Safe to operate; no risk of fire, burns or exploding bulbs
Power: 300 Watts
LED Chipset: 3 Watts
Number of LEDs: 100
LED Lifespan: 50, 000 Hours
Warranty Terms: 2 years Manufacturer's
Operating Voltage: 86-264
Operating Frequency: 50/60Hz
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