Why accept an inefficient “one-size-fits-all” grow light that limits the yield of both crops and desired chemical content?
G2V Optics has designed the Perihelion light bars to provide programmable lighting with full-spectrum control for commercial controlled environment agriculture (CEA) horticulture applications.
The Perihelion uses Variable Spectra technology, developed for leading scientific research institutions, to match spectra to your cultivar and environment. Spectral control means you can maximize crop performance, yield, quality, and chemical content.
We offer industry leading 7-band UV to Far Red spectra for the highest level of growth optimization.
The Perihelion LED light bar comes standard in two configurations: 8-bar and 4-bar. The fewer bar configuration is suited for applications that require smaller photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD). With 7 LED Channels the two configurations are designed to produce optimal growing results, for any condition. For more information, please read the specifications below.
Variable Spectra using 7 LED channels:
Continuous-wave (CW) solid-state light-emitting diodes (LEDs)
Average 2.7 μmol/J
775 W @ 120 VAC
740 W @ 277 VAC
385 W @ 120 VAC
375 W @ 277 VAC
16 sq ft / 1.5 m2
Avg min PPFD: 1,278 μmol/m2/s
16 sq ft / 1.5 m2
Avg min PPFD: 639 μmol/m2/s
30 C / 86 F
Continuous Luminous Flux Operation: L100*: 50,000 hours
* LED degradation compensated with increased driving current to maintain constant light output
Designed to CSA, UL8800 & IP65
15 kg / 33 lbs
10 kg / 22 lbs
Light is fundamental to plant cultivation. We build the highest precision spectral replication available, allowing you to finely tune the specific photons needed for your crop.
Go beyond fixed spectrum with our variable/adjustable spectral control lights.
For the latest information on the Perihelion grow lights please download the Perihelion product specifications.
Are you ready to begin using top of the market LED technology to hack your plants growth?
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