Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Horticulture | Dec 13, 2018

GlacialLight Announces 185 W Horticulture Lighting of GL-BL190-GR Series

GlacialLight, the LED lighting division of GlacialTech Inc., announces the new horticulture lighting with two models – GL-BL190-GRP and GL-BL190-GRR. This new series comes in different functions: the GL-BL190-GRP is designed with L2C5-SPP11825G3200 of LUXEON SunPlus CoB 1825 for use in general plants including cannabis; and the GL-BL190-GRR is designed with L2C5-SPR11825G3200 of LUXEON SunPlus CoB 1825 for use in flora gardening for visual feeling. These LEDs are designed to meet different needs on spectral and satisfy several market applications.

Features:
•    Power consumption 185W
•    PPF (photosynthetic photon flux) is 246 μmol/s
•    IP66 rated for outdoor use
•    45°, 70° and 120° beam angles are available
•    Outdoor-ready 180 degree rotating stainless steel mounting bracket available (optional accessory)

Specifications:

Type

GL-BL190-GRP

Energy Used

185 W

Rated Life

30,000 Hours

Input Voltage

100-240 VAC

Color

Purple

PPF (μmol/s) in PAR

246 μmol/s

PPFD (µmol/m²·s) @1 meter (M)

315 µmol/m²·s at 70°, 115 µmol/m²·s at 120°

Beam Angle

45° / 70° / 120° (Without Lampshade)

Dimension

267xФ210x350 mm (Without Lampshade)

IP Rating

IP66

Operation Temperature

–40°C to +50°C

Bundled Driver

GP-LS200P-60 1E
(Driver Output: Constant Current 3.2 A, 60 V)

Net Weight

3.9 kg (Without Lampshade)

Package

1 Carton

The GL-BL190-GR horticulture lighting series is structured with pure aluminum housing, stainless steel bracket and screws, as well as IP66 waterproof level. It also features the superior GlacialPower driver inside. This kind top lighting is quite suitable in the high humidity greenhouse or outdoor application. Weight is 3.9 Kg, totally power BL190-GR-driver-accessoryconsumption is 185 W and deliver high quality light spectral composition is 246 μmol/s. There are three optional beam angles available in 45°, 70° and 120°, that enable the lighting designer can use in the specific plants and crops.

Horticulture lighting can supplement or increase natural daylight to maintain or speed photosynthesis for plants. Nowadays, horticulture lighting is more popular which benefits from LED technology. Unlike traditional HPS luminaires, LED-based horticulture lighting can efficiently focus on the wavelengths to meet different plant and photosynthesis process requirements.

The spectral composition of the different wavelength including royal blue, green, yellow, red, far red and invisible of UV or IR. During photosynthesis, the blue and red wavelength area are important for growing, stem development, flowering and fruit production. It can improve and optimize the appearance of plants or taste texture of crops.

For more information about the horticulture lighting visit:
http://www.glaciallight.com/products/Horticulture-Lighting-GL-BL190-GRP.htm 

About GlacialLight:

GlacialLight, the lighting division of GlacialTech, manufactures LED lighting solutions for indoor/outdoor applications and both residential and commercial uses. As well as having a wide range of finished LED lighting products, GlacialLight also offers its clients the option of customizing products for specific needs. Please visit the company homepage at www.GlacialLight.com

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