Which HPS bulb is best for flowering?

Which HPS bulb is best for flowering?

Best 600W HPS Bulbs for Flowering: Top Five Lamps

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Our Top PickUshio HPS Lamp Best Value Optimized for flowering Check Price ->
Digilux HPS Best Quality More Expensive Check Price ->
Eye Hortilux HPS 25% more blue light 1 year warranty Check Price ->
Plantmax Inexpensive Option Slightly less output Check Price ->

How many square feet does a 1000 Watt HPS light cover?

49 square feet
600-Watt HPS grow lights are the most efficient HPS grow lamp. 600W HPS grow lights produce more light output per Watt used than other wattages and cover around 36 square feet. 1000-Watt HPS grow lights are the most powerful and cover a wider area of around 49 square feet.

WHAT LED is equivalent to a 1000w HPS?

Black Dog LED PhytoMAX-2 600 Despite the 600 in the name, this light is easily equivalent to 1000 watts of HPS power and is actually the most powerful fixture on this list.

How many plants can a 1000 watt HPS grow?

Some growers have boasted of growing about 6 to 9 plants using 1000 watt HPS. Some even grow smaller plants while using the SCROG and SOG technique to manage space.

How hot does a 1000 watt HPS bulb get?

Therefore, a 1,000W HPS grow light (1,060W with ballast loss) generates 3,617 BTU per hour heat.

How many plants will a 1000 watt HPS grow?

How much electricity does a 1000w HPS use?

Wattage will determine how much power grow lights consume — and how much it will cost to operate them. For example, running a 1,000-watt HPS light with about 1,050 watts of actual power draw for 12 hours a day will consume 4,600 kilowatt-hours (kWh) a year.

How hot is a 1000 watt HPS light?

How much does a 1000 watt HPS cost to run 12 hours a day?

Grow Light Operating Cost

1000 watt Sodium 250 watt Halide
Ballast Wattage 1100 295
Cost per Month $52.80 $14.16
Initial Lumens 130000 20500
Mean Lumens 126000 17000

Are LED better than HPS?

LEDs are much the same. Though they’re generally more efficient than HPS (with some clocking 2.8 µmol/joule), some LEDs are less efficient than high-quality HPS fixtures, and they give you less light. All too often, the µmol/joule rating on HPS products states the lamp efficiency, not the actual product efficiency.

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