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These LED grow lights are available in 2 different color spectrums. The 3000k bulb provides increased output in the red spectrum which promotes flowering & budding in plants. The 5000k bulbs are full spectrum bulb which promotes overall plant growth. Bulb has an E26 base which will work in medium / standard light sockets. The light output of these bulbs are equivalent to a 200 watt incandescent bulb.


  • Primary growing area: 1' x 1'
  • Secondary growing area: 2' x 2'
  • Recommended height above plants: 3" to 18"
  • Light output: 2600 lumens
  • Heat output: Very Low
  • Bulb life: 25,000 hours
  • Wattage: 19
  • Dimensions: 5" x 2.75"


Growing Area
The growing areas listed above assume the light bulbs are being used in a fixture
with a reflector similar in quality to the ones offered on this web site.
Primary - Use this area if the grow light will be the main or only source of light for the plants. This includes areas where minimal light comes from windows or standard house/office lights.

Secondary - Use this area if the grow light will be used in a greenhouse or other area that receives direct sunlight for part of the day to supplement the grow light.
Heat Output
Type of Bulb
Average Bulb Temperature
LED & T5 Fluorescent
100 to 120° F
CFL (Compact Fluorescent)
130 to 180° F
220 to 260° F
MH and HPS
450 to 550° F
How Long Should Grow Lights Run?
This depends on the type of plant. Foliage plants need about 14-16 hours of light per day. Flowering plants need 12-16 hours of light per day. You should give most plants at least 8 hours of total darkness daily. Try to have the lights on at the same time every day. Using an automatic timer for your lights is recommended to make it easier.
The Electrical Cost to Run a Grow Light System
To get the operating cost per hour for a light, take the lights combined wattage, and divide it by 1000 to get the kilowatts used. Then multiply that number by the amount your electric company charges per kilowatt hour. HID lights will use the number of watts it emits per hour, ie; 600w system will use 600 watts per hour (regardless of spectrum).
(light wattage output / 1000) x electricity cost per kilowatt hour = Operating cost per hour
operating cost per hour x hours used per month = Operating cost per month
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I use these grow lights to grow citrus indoors in zone 7. They have a higher PAR output than anything you can get on Amazon, and they lasted for four years being used 8 to 12 hours everyday. And my citrus trees have been producing fruit.