Kind K5 – XL750 LED Grow Light
Secondary Optical Lens
The panel uses secondary optical lenses to focus and intensify each LED output, magnifying PAR (Photosynthetic Active Radiation) and canopy penetration up to 200%, reaching down to the stem to give you fuller plants, more flower area. It reaches the secondary and tertiary levels of your plants to create a higher overall number of viable dense flowering sites, maximizing your yield.
Pulse Width Modulation Dimming
The panel uses PWM, Pulse Width Modulation Dimming. PWM dimming allows the LED light to only consume as much power as it needs to drive the diodes at their set level of brightness. This means that the wattage being drawn will lower as the brightness lowers on your lighting. This saves you money.
The panel only uses 430 watts at full intensity while putting out the light equivalent of a 1000 watt HPS bulb.
The panel contains four ball-bearing fans that are constantly running during the light cycle drawing air in from the sides and blowing over the large 2cm thick aluminum heatsinks and out the top of the panel.
The KIND XL750 has an 8 stage built-in timer that is fully integrated and customizable. Unlike other LED grow lights, you can control all functions from the remote.This makes it easy to change spectrum settings, adjust the timer, turn the light on or off without having to reach over your plants.
When your plants are fully developed you may find this challenging with other lights. Another added benefit is you can control from 1 to 100 units from a single remote.
Sunrise & Sunset Function
The sunrise function gently intensifies as time goes on throughout the middle of the day. During sunset, the intensity dims and eventually goes dark. This exact function has been built into the panel to fully mimic mother nature.
In fact, there are a total of eight different stages that the panel goes through as it turns on and turns off, giving your garden a gentle awakening in the morning, and a gentle pattern of darkness as it dims during the sunset.