The FLUXshield series represents a milestone in the development of horticulture LED boards. An innovative cooling concept paired with the most efficient LEDs for horticulture are the highlights of these grow LEDs. Here we present the boards.
With its new LM301H Evo Samsung continues what it has started with LM301B and LM301H mid-power LEDs which are the dominating in the market for high efficiency grow lights. Now a new chapter follows with the LM301H Evo, which allows us to develop some great new solutions for grow lighting.
A particularly controversial topic in the DIY and indoor garden community is the question of which chip is better: the established LM301B or Samsung's new horticulture version, the LM301H? Is the new name in the end just marketing?
It is surprising that in the 21st century most grow lights are still controlled by mechanical timers. But now there is a solution. Here you can find out how to make Grow LEDs smart.
We have prepared ourselves for the discount battle this year. A special offer every week! High-quality LED modules and more, extremely cheap!
It's finally been confirmed! Mary Jane Berlin will take place from 22-24 October. We will be there as exhibitors and will take the opportunity to give away a few tickets!
For decades, sodium vapour lamps were considered the ideal light source in horticulture. But in recent years a new technology has established itself - the light-emitting diode. In this article we explain why you should now replace NDL with LED.
Many customers are unsure how high a Grow LED should hang above the plants. Instead of presenting you with a simple centimeter specification, we take a closer look at this topic. But don't worry - concrete advice is of course also available.
Just in time for the cold season, when gardening has to be moved indoors, Crescience releases a new LED product, the FLUXshield. The large-area board, which does not require an additional heat sink, is particularly beginner-friendly and can be wired easily.
With the Hyper Red Oslon Square LED GH CSSRM4.24, Osram is setting a new efficiency record. With this new LED, the APEXengine achieves more than 4.5 µmol/J!