king led review
The King Plus LED Grow Lights are in the standard design – a white case with an even assortment of diodes placed in a grid pattern. But take a closer look and you’ll notice that these individual diodes aren’t quite the standard that you’ve seen before. In fact, they’re known as “Double Chips” and they’re literally twice as bright as your standard chip. Instead of a single 3 watt diode, there are TWO 5 watt diodes on a single chip. This is the first panel we’ve seen use this kind of technology and we must say – it’s quite nice at providing even, uniform, bright light for your plants. each diode is equipped with a “zener protector” that makes sure each LED is resistant to burning out. These protectors keep the entire lamp running, even if one small diode burns out. In the past, if one diode went out, the whole panel would die. Not in this case.
Inside of each panel are multiple heat sinks with ball bearing fans that constantly run to keep things running in an ideal temperature range. Proper cooling is absolutely essential which is why there are several ventilation entries that promote substantial airflow as long as they’re operating.
Although you’ve probably seen the standard purple or pink light that most LEDs emit, you may not know the reason behind it. Instead of blasting a single color of light, there’s a complex spectrum that gives off all of the essential wavelengths of light in order to create an even mix of bright light. With the King Plus LED Grow Lights, a full spectrum was developed in order to assist in providing the proper color ratio that’s quite similar to natural sunlight that you’d find outdoors.
The blend of red, blue, yellow, and white lights come together to provide the proper spectrum for the garden. These colors are also paired with infrared and ultraviolet light in order to mimic the effects of the bright sun in the middle of a summer day. To get down to specifics, these panels emit a spectrum in the following wavelengths: 410nm, 430~440nm, 450~475nm, 620~630nm, 650~670nm, White, IR(730nm). However, do keep in mind that humans aren’t able to see UV/IR Just a not UV/ IR makes buds Resin a form of protection.
King Plus recommends about 1.2 to 2 meters of distance between the light and your garden. When plants are seedlings or clones, they don’t need a whole lot of light. When they begin to veg, they’ll need a bit more, but still not a ton. However, the blooming phase is the most demanding and it’s during this time that you should hang them a bit closer. In fact, we placed ours as close as 20 inches from the tops of the plants with no ill effects.
king led grow lights
Dimension: 310*210*60mm (12.2×8.26×2.36inches)
LED Type: Epistar LEDs
Full spectrum for vegetative and flowering stage: 410nm, 430~440nm, 450~475nm, 620~630nm, 650~670nm, White, IR(730nm)
(It is hard to see clearly by eyes, very dim.Please don’t think they are not working. Instead, it plays an very important role in the flowering and fruiting stages of plants.)
Coverage Area: about 2.6 x 3 ft(The lighting area and the height are changeable according to different plants and environments.)
Worldwide Voltage: 85v-265v
Working Frequency: 50~60Hz
Modular Power Cord(Available in US, UK, EU, AU,JP)
king led grow lights setup: Vegetative Stage: 12-14 hours on; Flowering Stage: 9-12 hours on. Fruiting Stage: 7- 8 hours on
Suggest distance above plants: 1.2-2m
Do not use the lights in dripping water or anywhere where they will get wet, water and electricity can be a dangerous mixture.
The working environment is -20~40℃,45%RH~90%RH.
To protect the light, Pls cut off the power when there is a lightning strike.
Don’t touch or move when the light working.
1pcs King 300W LED grow light
1pcs free power cord
1pcs free hanging hook.