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I am an older guy - been growing only a short time. The results have been very good.

This purchase was actually my third 90w LED and watt for watt the best lights available.

Micah Orlando

This LED light has been great for growing a very large banana palm.

Longfellow Monroe

I was told by several people with experience in this area to make sure the LED light I purchased had 1 watt LED bulbs, rather than the half watt light bulbs. I can not believe how well my plants have responded to this light, growing at almost twice as fast as with a 600 watt HPS system. The cost to run this baby is almost nothing, compared to the latter system. It has three fans that run very quietly and I can not hear them unless I am in the same room as the light. All in all, I see potential for this light and am delighted that my plants just love this puppy. I am only growing two plants in a hydro grow tent. I am now considering another purchase of one more light to double my growing space. I would recommend this unit to friends.

Kennan Kipling


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More Info About 3 watt chip LED grow lights

Sustainable lighting

Efficient lighting is needed for sustainable architecture. A 13 watt LED lamp emits 450 to 650 lumens. which is equivalent to a standard 40 watt incandescent bulb. A standard 40 W incandescent bulb has an expected lifespan of 1,000 hours while an 3W chip LED grow light can continue to operate with reduced efficiency for more than 50,000 hours, 50 times longer than the incandescent bulb.

Energy consumption

One kilowatt-hour of electricity will cause 1.34 pounds (610 g) of CO2 emission. Assuming the average light bulb is on for 10 hours a day, one 40-watt incandescent bulb will cause 196 pounds (89 kg) of CO2 emission per year. The 13-watt LED equivalent will only cause 63 pounds (29 kg) of CO2 over the same time span. A building’s carbon footprint from lighting can be reduced by 68% by exchanging all incandescent bulbs for new LEDs in warm climates. In cold climates, the energy saving may be lower, since more heating is needed to compensate for the lower temperature.

Economically sustainable

LED light bulbs could be a cost-effective option for lighting a home or office space because of their very long lifetimes. Consumer use of LEDs as a replacement for conventional lighting system is currently hampered by the high cost and low efficiency of available products. 2009 DOE testing results showed an average efficacy of 35 lm/W, below that of typical CFLs, and as low as 9 lm/W, worse than standard incandescents. The high initial cost of the commercial LED bulb is due to the expensive sapphire substrate which is key to the production process. The sapphire apparatus must be coupled with a mirror-like collector to reflect light that would otherwise be wasted.

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