The Perfect Red & Blue Spectrum Light Source Throughout All Stages of Growing
- Output of over 90,000 lumens
- Impressive photosynthetic active radiation range
- Suitable for veg and flower stages
The Sunmaster 600w dual spectrum HPS grow lamp outputs the ideal red and blue spectrum light source for perfect plant growth and development.
What is the Sunmaster 600w dual spectrum light used for?
The Sunmaster 600w dual spectrum light eliminates the need to buy separate metal halide and HPS bulbs for impressive plant growth during the vegetative and flowering stages. Dual spectrum lights are quickly becoming a highly demanded product for growers. These bulbs are fantastic for extending the growth potential throughout your plant’s lifecycle.
Furthermore, they provide an output of over 90,000 lumens which is fantastic for photosynthesis. Similarly, they adopt an impressive photosynthetic active radiation range. They are suitable for both vegetation and flowering stages of plant growth. Plants require different types of light radiation during crucial stages in their development. This HPS lamp delivers the perfect quantities of both blue and red spectrum light. Likewise, they optimise the quality of light reducing the effect of infrared across the red spectrum, thus reducing transferred heat.
Where can you use Sunmaster 600w dual spectrum?
The Sunmaster 600w dual spectrum light is specifically for growers and for growing purposes only. Likewise, they are very economic and are an easy to use solution for any type of grower. This 600w HPS light will cover an area of around 1 – 1.2 meters squared.
How to use the Sunmaster 600w dual spectrum light
The Sunmaster 600w dual spectrum lights are easy to use, you’ll first need to clean the lamp and screw the lamp into the E40 bulb-holder. The lamp reflector should screw in place tightly. However, if this is not fitted correctly you will find that your lamp will begin to arc inside and damage will occur. It is highly important that you ensure the lamp is completely clean before switching it on.