Get Brand New Spectrum without Replacing the Existing Lighting Fixtures

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Update time : 2023-04-18 14:26:03


Adding LED grow light bars to your existing lighting fixtures is an easy and cost-effective way to get more spectrum into your grow space. With the right combination of lighting bars and fixtures, you can get more control over the light that reaches your plants, as well as improved yields and growth.


LED grow light bars come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. They can be used to supplement existing lighting or to create an entirely new lighting setup. When used in combination with existing fixtures, grow light bars can provide more even coverage and allow you to customize the light spectrum that reaches your plants. This is especially important for indoor growers, as the spectrum of natural light may not be as consistent as it is outside.

LED grow light bars are also great for controlling the intensity of the light that reaches your plants. By adding different colored light bars, you can create a tailored spectrum that meets the needs of your specific plants. This can be especially helpful for plants that require specific light wavelengths for optimal growth. Additionally, grow light bars can be used to create different “zones” in your grow space. This can be useful for areas that require more light or for areas that need less light intensity.

When choosing grow light bars for your setup, it’s important to consider the intensity of the lights, the spectrum they provide, and the size of the fixtures. It’s also important to consider the amount of space you’re working with and the type of plants you’re growing. Once you’ve chosen the right combination of light bars and fixtures, you can install them yourself or hire a professional to do the job.

Our Moray-H10 is available in various light spectra (UV+FR, R+B, FR, RB3) which can help increasing yield and improving quality when used on the existing bar design lighting fixtures. It is also available in full spectrum to level up the power of the existing fixtures.
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