More Light & Efficiency - Grow Bigger With The Daylight Pro
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Introducing an exciting new addition to the DAYLIGHT LED range, the DAYLIGHT 480W LED PRO, for growers looking for higher outputs and greater yields in a more compact and versatile unit. This fixture boldly bridges the gap between the higher and lower powered units in the range, meaning they’re adaptable to a wide range of applications such as propagation, multi-layer gardening and grow tents/rooms. The ability to dim the fixture from 25% up to 100% power, means you can use it from the early stages of growth right through to flowering.
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How the Maxibright Pro LED Grow Light Works
Having a review of the Maxibright LED, they have wisely chosen to adopt a "spider" design that matches the latest generation of LED Grow Lights, like the Gavita 1700e. Instead of concentrating diodes in a central spot and using lenses to direct the light outwards, Maxibright have opted to spread the diodes over a much wider area, using five separate strips. This allows it to deliver a footprint that's much more even than that of a regular HID lighting system or "module" type LED grow light.
The Maxibright Daylight Pro LED Grow Light has been designed so that it's easier to transport than similar alternatives. For this reason, you'll need to assemble it when you receive it, which can be done comfortably in 5-10 minutes. This means that you can get it through tight spaces like loft hatches. It comes in a box that's easy to transport and store, and won't require a pallet delivery.
The Maxibright Pro LED grow light emits intense levels of red light that will cause fruits to swell up in size as you progress through the flowering stages. Naturally, the unit is full spectrum, so there's also a very healthy level of blue in there to keep the stretching down and optimise the quality of the crop. There's some far-red too which stimulates the flowering / fruiting process.
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