T8 22W 4FT LED Horticultural Lamp

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  • Product introduction

The Active Grow T8 4FT LED Horticultural Lamp is an LED tube that replaces 32W T8 4FT fluorescent lamps and features increased PPF output, lower power consumption and 100% more effective spectrums for plant growth than traditional fluorescent lights. The T8 LED Horticultural Lamp has a 190° beam angle for wide light distribution and runs cool, so it can be placed closer to plants and save space.

  • Typical applications

For use in commercial vertical farm racking systems for propagation, germination and tissue culture applications

  • Light intensity in typical applications

High photon electrical efficiency of 2 µmols/J

  • Disclaimer

The T8 4FT LED Horticultural Lamp requires the user to bypass the ballast by re-wiring a standard T8 fluorescent fixture to a single-ended power source. Active Grow T8 Horticultural Fixtures (pre-wired and 120 volts) available by request.

T8 22W 4FT LED Horticultural Lamp

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Technical Information

Energy Saving

The T8 4FT LED Horticultural Lamp uses 40% less energy than T8 4FT fluorescent lights and bypasses the ballast to save even more energy.

Efficient PPF Output

The T8 4FT LED Horticultural Lamp features high photon electrical efficiency of 2.0 µmols/J.

Bypass Installation

The T8 4FT LED Horticultural Lamp works with existing fluorescent fixtures and requires the user to bypass the ballast by re-wiring to single-ended power.

Sun White or Red Bloom Spectrum

Choose between the Sun White spectrum with a high CRI that mimics natural sunlight light conditions and the Red Bloom spectrum which is focused specifically on 445 nm blue and 660 nm red wavelengths.

Extra Long Lifetime

The T8 4FT LED Horticultural Lamp features an extra-long 30,000 hour lifetime.

Sun White or Red Bloom Spectrum

Choose between the Sun White spectrum with a high CRI that mimics natural sunlight light conditions and the Red Bloom spectrum which is focused specifically on 445 nm blue and 660 nm red wavelengths.