If you are a rookie in the world of horticultural LEDs, or you are just starting out in indoor growing, then you may not find yourself faced with the panoply of LED panels offered on the market. Perfect for lighting your plants and the grow room in general, these must be chosen carefully and according to the very specific conditions of use. In order to make your life easier, here is a selection of the 2 best indoor growing led panels currently available and likely to inspire you when making your purchase. To discover more in the rest of this guide, our advice of choice is to better secure your investment.
Roleadro 300W Horticultural Lamp
The Horticultural lamp from Roleadro will be perfect to ensure the good growth of flowers of your plants grown indoors. Whether it’s tomatoes, fruit, cucumbers, spinach, lettuce, broccoli, or cabbage…it guarantees optimal results thanks to its 7 light bands (IR or infrared light, red, UV, blue, white, etc.) both in sunny, rainy, and cloudy days.
In addition, this lamp has fan blocks and an iron casing which together constitutes a high-performance cooling system capable of dissipating heat efficiently. This system also allows the correct operation of the led grow lights of the installation. The lighting is designed to operate for 18 hours non-stop each day.
The grow light emitted by this Roleadro lamp is almost identical to natural light. As a result, your plants will be able to absorb up to 95% of the light returned by this 300 watts led panel.
How to choose an indoor culture-led panel?
To choose a PTC led indoor culture panel, it is necessary to take into account the following aspects:
The lighting surface of the culture chamber
This is the most important criterion at this level. Thus, before buying the led panel which will be intended for the lighting of your indoor crop, you must clearly define the area of the latter taking into account the conditions of germination, growth, and those of flowering. The shape of the space (rectangular or square) cultivated also plays a role in the choice of the led panel which in the end must be adapted to all these considerations to guarantee the best result.
The light power
A good led panel is also one whose light output is adapted to your indoor culture. Generally, this power is calculated per square meter of the surface to be cultivated. For example, for a space of 1 m2, a 350W LED lamp will perfectly meet your expectations in terms of coverage and light penetration.
The spectrum of light
On this point, it will simply be necessary to ensure that the spectrum lights released by your led lamp are adapted to meet the needs of your plants. Nowadays, almost all LED panels are equipped with a complete spectrum or “full-spectrum”. This guarantees the availability of a modular and adaptable light according to the different phases of your indoor culture: germination, growth, flowering, and harvest.
In addition, depending on the manufacturer, you will find models with the single or double spectrum, with adjustable or modifiable spectrum…
The 45W horticultural LED panel from PTC LED
The PTC led panel also guarantees you the same efficiency as the previous model. Its advanced technology will allow you to obtain excellent harvests in your grow room while saving the most on your electricity bill. Indeed, this lamp only releases low heat and consumes very little energy (just 1/3 of the energy emitted by a fluorescent system).
Featuring 45 watts of high-quality blue and red LEDs, this produces the best spectrum of lights you could hope for. As a result, it will be ideal for the germination, care, and balanced growth of your indoor crops. The other advantage of this panel is that it is very discreet and silent for your greatest comfort.
Easy to install and handle, it comes with a fixing kit that will allow you to hang it anywhere you want. Finally, its waterproofness ensures good durability.
The quality of the led panel will necessarily have a strong impact on the results obtained during the harvest. For the same power and coverage area, you have prices that vary enormously on the market. In other words, if you care about the quality of your indoor crops, then you will have to be ready to pay what it takes when the time comes.
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