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Dorm Grow G8 LED 450 Grow Light
Dorm Grow G8 LED 450 Grow Light
Dorm Grow G8 LED 450 Grow Light
Dorm Grow G8 LED 450 Grow Light
Dorm Grow G8 LED 450 Grow Light

Dorm Grow G8 LED 450 Grow Light

Regular price $1,164.32 Sale

Catalog Number G8-450
Input Voltage / Amperage 110V @ 2.3Amp | 240V @ 1.2Amp
Net Weight 17.8 lbs (8.1kg)
Dimensions 17.5”x11”x3” (44.5x28x7.6cm)
PAR Value (μMol/s) 960
Power Draw 270W
Coverage Area 12 sq.ft. (1,12m sq.)
Return Period 90-Day Money Back

 

The G8-450 Full Spectrum LED Veg/Flower grow light by G8LED is one of the most popular G8LED productsand provides intense coverage for 4-8 mature plants from seedling through harvest. This G8LED has the growing power of 600-800 Watts of a high-pressure sodium (HPS) or metal halide (MH) bulb, with a PAR Value of 960μMol/s, while only using 270Watts of power. This is a full spectrum grow light for both the vegetative growth and flowering cycles and provides intense coverage for 12 square feet (4feet x 3feet) (1,1sq meter-122cm x 91cm) of grow space. This light penetrates 5feet (152cm) past the plant canopy and saves 50-60% on your electrical consumption. The electrical savings will pay for the light within the first year of usage.

With 8 years of research and improvement, G8LED has formulated the most efficient color ratio with 8 bands of the color spectrum from 380nm to 780nm, including Ultraviolet (UV), Infrared (IR), and 6000K white. This is the perfect spectrum, maximizing plant yield per unit of electrical consumption. There are no wasted diodes in colors that are not needed for photosynthesis and yield. Get higher quality flowers with more trichomes and the highest yields per wattage of electrical consumption. This light is made with 3W chips, which are the ideal size for indoor plants up to 5feet (152cm) in length. The 3W chip has the perfect balance of penetrating power and low heat signature, which allows the G8LED growlights to be made in with a very dense network of diodes, maximizing light intensity per square inch and maximizing the yield per watt.