Ultra Vivid Dual Spectrum CFL Lamps
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All-In-One CFLs That Cover Veg AND Flower
Dual-spectrum lamps provide light in red and blue areas of the spectrum, making them suitable for both vegetative growth and flowering. They put out very little heat, so you can create an indoor grow space in virtually any area, no matter how compact. We'd recommend opting for something more powerful as your main flowering light, but this is still a great little CFL that will get you up and running.
- Dual-spectrum grow lights which work for both vegetative growth and flower cycles
- Quick-starting with intergrated ballast
- Screws directly into your reflector via the E40 screw fitting
- Eco friendly and energy efficient
- Small and compact design
- Can be used as a supplemental light or standalone unit
- Perfect for young plants and cuttings
- Available in a range of sizes to suit your grow space
Use the dropdown menu to choose between 125w, 200w and 300w versions.
Ultra Vivid 125w CFL - 36cm x 9cm
Ultra Vivid 200w CFL - 37cm x 14cm
Ultra Vivid 300w CFL - 40cm x 14cm
If you want to learn more about how the colour specturm graphs below affect your plants click here.
Ultra Vivid CFL lamps are all dual spectrum displayed below in the graph with the McCree curve overlayed. Ultra Vivid CFL lamps however come in a range of wattages but retain the same spectral output.
The output colour spectrum of the Ultra Vivid 200w CFL lamp.
How to Use Ultra Vivid CFL Lamps
Hang your lamp as you see best to suit your grow space.
Important: By holding ONLY the base of the CFL, screw the lamp into the lamp-holder securely and firmly but be careful not to overtighten. Also take care to avoid cross-threading. Make sure that you only grip the base of the lamp and NEVER the glass. The glass is delicate and you risk damaging or breaking it.
The lamp needs to be screwed into the lamp holder firmly and securely without overtightening. If it is not screwed in properly then electrical arcing can occur between the centre contact of the lamp and the lamp-holder. This melts the solder contact on the bottom of the lamp, causing irreparable damage and making it unusable. Make sure that the lamp is clean and completely free of fingerprints, and other contaminants. Finally, make sure that your reflector is hung at the correct height.