Some LED manufacturers use lenses to spread the light over the growing area, the Maxibright Daylight LED instead uses a ‘ladder’ design – spreading the individual chipsets over a wide footprint, allowing the fixture to be mounted closer to the canopy as the output is spread over a larger area, without hotspot directly under the lamp like on traditional fixtures. This enables your crop to be more uniform and achieve a higher yield.
Ladder style fixtures are well suited to vertical farming methods due to their low profile and low heat output – this style of fixture is increasingly popular among commercial, large scale operations, particularly in the USA.
660W MAXIBRIGHT DAYLIGHT LED REDUCED HEAT OUTPUT
The LED chipsets used are better at converting electricity to photons, so less power is wasted as heat. That means less heat to deal with in the grow-room so your fans won’t have to work as hard. If you’re running EC fans, you’ll reduce the running cost. The little heat the unit does create is dealt with by passive cooling fins with no moving parts or fans, meaning the fixture is less likely to fail.
660W MAXIBRIGHT DAYLIGHT LED PRODUCT DATA
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 1120 x 1160 x 100mm
- Net Weight: 15.5 kg
- Gross weight: 16 kg
- Input Current: 2.89 (A)
- Power: 660w, 220- 240v, 50/60 hz
- IP rating: IP 20
- Life span: >50,000 hrs
- LED beam angle: 110 Degrees
- Working Temperature: -20 to 40
660W MAXIBRIGHT DAYLIGHT LED PHOTOMETRIC DATA
Total PPF: 1518 μmol/s
Fixture PPFD: 2.3 μmol/s/m2
Coverage: 1.2m2 up to 1.5m2