Hortilux 1000W Super H.P.S.May 6, 2014
1000W HPS Super SolarmaxMay 6, 2014
600W HPS Solarmax
Solarmax 600 watt super HPS bulb 95,000 lumens
2100 Kelvin gives these bulbs the ideal spectrum for flowering.
600W HPS Solarmax
600W HPS Solarmax super hps bulb 95,000 lumens
2100 Kelvin gives these bulbs the ideal spectrum for folwering.
Reduced lamp sizes fit most horticultural lighting fixtures
Custom tailored spectral distributions
All SolarMax lamps carry a full ONE YEAR WARRANTY
A maturing plant has dramatically different needs than a younger plant. As plants approach maturity they require less “Blue Light” and depend more upon radiation from the “Red” portion of the spectrum between 610 nm – 720 nm. Now is the time to utilize the superior “Red Light” output of the 600W HPS Solarmax. The SolarMax HPS lamps have been engineered to constantly deliver 10% more targeted “Red Light” energy to the maturing plant to promote aggressive flowering.
SolarMax HPS light bulbs are manufactured in Germany by an ISO certified factory with over 40 years experience in HPS and MH lamp technology, ensuring high quality and optimized performance. The reduced bulb size fits most grow lighting fixtures. Please see our complete array of 1000 Watt high pressure sodium lamps.
Bulb Size: 600W HPS
Initial Lumens: 95,000
Color Temperature: 2100K
Bulb Orientation: Universal
Glass Size: T23
When is the Right Time to Switch from HPS to LEDs for Cannabis?
In recent years, light-emitting diodes, or LEDs for short, have carved out their place in the cannabis lighting world — and given rise to a lot of questions. Can LEDs produce the same high-quality flower as high-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps? Will they save you money? And what are the drawbacks of LEDs that companies aren’t telling you?
HPS lights have long been the industry standard. And as the saying goes, “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.” It’s true; there’s nothing wrong with high-intensity discharge (HID) technologies like HPS. In fact, HID lamps might be best for your application and budget.
But, if you’re reading this, you’re probably ready to tap the benefits of LEDs — benefits which include increased efficiency, cost savings, higher light intensity, and a level of control over the lighting spectrum that’s impossible with HPS. Even better, LEDs can give you an overall healthier plant. So, let’s take a look at the two technologies to see which is right for you.