1 COB x 200 Watt Pegasus series Integrated LED
180 x 180 x 85mm
Power draw 97 watts per hour
Hi Keith, just a short comment: New generation lights are absolutely amazing. Visible difference after only a week. Seem much more focused but hardly produce anymore heat. I can only highly recommend. Another happy customer
D.. from Northland.
This grower has had all 3 versions of our LED lights and speaks from his own experience.
Next generation Intergrated COB (chip on board ) 64 x 3 watt LED's per chip.
Colour balanced to produce excellent vegetative and flowering growth.
Chip cooling fans at the back of the unit.
Very good lower canopy penetration.
Each Chip LED Ratio:
660 Red x12 640 Red x10 610 Orange x2 525 Green x1 470 blue x4 430 U.V. x2 740 I.R. x1
No need to replace bulbs every year as with HID lights. Bulb can last 9 years with only minimal degradation. This doesn't mean it will last 9 years, only if it does there will be little degradation.
Low heat output makes LED's ideal for hot conditions. Less heat to be exhausted means you can reduce the size of your exhaust fans and filters ( if using filters). In winter, you may need a thermostatically controlled oil filled radiator heater to maintain a good growing environment temperature. Set it to 18 degrees C for tomatoes, chillies, etc. and it will come on at that temp. and go off when the temp rises
Approx. 75% power usage compared to similar yielding HID lights.
Several lights can be linked together like a daisy chain so minimises cord clutter. Complete with hanging wires. 1 year warranty
The following is an email I received from a grower who uses LED lights. Please heed his advice and protect your eyes.
I see you have the special glasses in again (had to make some up while you were out of stock) and I can't stress enough how important they are. Due to the different lightspectrum you just don't realize how bright LED are and you ' blitz' your eyes real fast. I am the least likely person to ask for warning advices or labels but I think it would be an important information to have. Not to scare anyone but only to prevent misuse.