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LED Lighting

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A third type of grow light has appeared on the market in the past few years. Light Emitting Diode (LED) grow lights offer some unique qualities that have stirred a lot of interest among hydroponic gardeners. Unfortunately, the low power available from the earliest versions of LED grow lights, along with high cost per watt of output, has kept them from widespread use.

With the introduction of the Kessil H150 series of LED grow lights to the marketplace, a new interest in LED grow lights is finally justified. Based on a new, patented LED technology, Kessil uses a high-density LED array, in their H150 Series of lights. Special optics make the most of the light from those arrays, packing surprising growing power in a small, self-contained unit that uses only 36 watts of electricity to produce 32 watts of usable light. The heat management system is built in, allowing maximum efficiency and long life.

Advantages of LED Lighting

Here are some of the advantages that LED Grow Lighting has to offer. For further explanation, please call us or come in and talk to our experienced sales staff.   

» Compact Size - Easy to include in smaller reflective growing areas.
» Self Contained - No ballasts required. Just plug and go.
» Low Heat - LED grow lights run far cooler than other grow lights.
» Long Life - No expensive bulbs to replace frequently.
» Multiple Spectrum Lighting - Customize lights for special needs.
» Use with Other Grow Lights - Add LED lighting to supplement other lights.

The Kessil H150 32 Watt series of grow lights is a high-performance, energy saving, long lasting lighting solution designed for the needs of today's indoor gardening. These compact units can be easily used in multiple groups, added to existing lighting and controlled by any timer setup. The modular design packs high-powered LED array packages into each unit, putting out far more light than competing products. Use Kessil H150 LED grow lights along, or in combination with other grow light systems and customize your lighting to suit any environment. The low power draw and efficiency give you immediate savings in energy bills.

Each unit covers a 2 ft. diameter circle, when hung 12″ to 18″ above plantings, making planning easy. They are ideal for small reflective growing enclosures too, maximizing the light that reaches the plant. Best of all, Kessil H150 grow lights come in four distinct spectral varieties, each tuned for the best results in a variety of growing situations.

» Kessil H150 32W LED Magenta - The magenta blend of color spectra was designed specifically for plants in the flowering phase.

» Kessil H150 32W LED Purple - The spectrum of this lamp is multi-purpose, and can take your plants through the entire growth cycle.

» Kessil H150 32W LED Blue - Specially tuned to enhance vegetative growth, this model won't sacrifice yields.

» Kessil H150 32W LED Red - The Bloom Booster model. This unit is designed for use along with any grow light system to enhance blooming.

» Kessil H350 Spectral Halo - boasting 2.5x the light output of H150. By incorporating the latest 90W Dense Matrix LED� platform, H350 produces an extremely bright, penetrating stream of light that reaches deep into the canopy of the plant.  

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