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Mars Hydro - FC 6500 Samsung LM301B OSRAM 680W Vertical Farm LED Grow Light

Mars Hydro - FC 6500 Samsung LM301B OSRAM 680W Vertical Farm LED Grow Light

Regular price $799.99

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Mars Hydro - 680w Samsung lm301b & Osram chip, 8 bars, Removable driver with dimmer knob, for 5'x5' flowering

Applied as large multi-strip LED grow lights for large-scale commercial cultivation and high-quality home cultivation., FC6500 employs Samsung LM301B chips and a full spectrum light that is rich in red and blue, and adopts a uniform photon distribution to maintain an even PPID and optimal PPF across the canopy.

Wattage - 680w

    • Personal Cultivation Coverage - 5x5 ft
    • Commercial Cultivation Coverage - 4x4 ft

Commercial cultivator’s preferred light solution for single or multi-tier racking vertical farms and various indoor plant grow scenarios.

Top-quality LED Chips: The entire light is built with 2688 pcs Samsung lm301b & Osram 660nm chips. Use more than twice as many LEDs as similar lights to drive the grow lights with low current and avoid overdrive. Quality guaranteed and high efficiency up to 2.85 μmol/j.

Uniform PAR Distribution and High PPFD Output: Multi-light bar design and dense distribution of light chips. Enables the LED grow lights to have PPFD values in the range of 1000-1500 μmol/m²/s throughout the effective coverage area.

Professionally Designed Spectra: The blue and red light are enhanced on the basis of a specific spectral combination, accelerating plant growth while improving the yield and quality of the plants. Ensuring uniform plant growth.

Daisy-chain Dimming Function: Dimming function is available for brightness from 10% to 100%, allowing for different stages of plant growth and saving electricity. Up to 30 lights can be daisy-chained together and be controlled by one mater light.

Commercial LED Grow Light: Wave-shaped heat sink increases the heat dissipation area to provide good heat management for commercial growing. 180°foldable for easier installation.