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  • Full Spectrum :FSS

    With dual-peak spectrum at 630nm and 660nm, FSS is a full spectrum optimized for vegetative and generative phase which could accelerate the growth of plants. Color temperature is 2000K of FSS.
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  • Full Spectrum :FSG

    The specially deployed full spectrum fills the negligence of the main photoreceptors and pigments outside the 660nm and 450nm range, and it is suitable for reproduction to aging in indoor environments, which increases the radiant energy of red light at 660nm wavelength in white light. The overall color temperature of FSG's full spectrum is controlled at 4000K. It provides a beautiful working environment and a more realistic color reproduction degree at a CRI level of 88.
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  • Full Spectrum :FSM

    The specially deployed full spectrum fills the negligence of the main photoreceptors and pigments outside the 660nm and 450nm range, and it is suitable for reproduction to aging in indoor environments. The overall color temperature of FSM's full spectrum is controlled at 3200K, which increases the radiant energy of red light at 660nm wavelength in white light. It provides a beautiful working environment and a more realistic color reproduction degree at a CRI level of 85.
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  • Spectrum :R9B1

    R9B1 use 450nm blue light and 660nm red light with bimodal spectrum, based on the latest academic research, which is the most efficient spectrum in increasing plant anthocyanin, chlorophyll and carotenoid yield.
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  • Spectrum :FRS

    With a peak spectrum at 730nm, FRS is designed to exclusively target phytochrome far red photoreceptors. This spectrum is widely used to target Phytochrome Far Red (Pfr) in photomorphogenic lighting applications, and it is used to lengthen the dark period to encourage the flowering process in short -day Plants such as Cannabis.
    (Only for Moray series )
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  • Spectrum :UV

    UV light is a very important contributor for plant colors, tastes and aromas. Studies show that 385nm UV light promotes the accumulation of phenolic compounds, enhances antioxidant activity of plant extracts, but does not have any significant effect on growth processes.
    (Only for Moray series )
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