Cultivate new vegetation in the dead of winter with this 600W grow light that delivers a full spectrum of light for optimal growth without scorching your harvest with aluminium cooling heat sinks.
- 60 Full spectrum 10W LEDs for optimal growth
- Ideal for areas up to 2 × 2 feet
- 100,000 Hour lumen lifespan
- Daisy chain passthrough compatibility with built-in power outlet
Create the optimal conditions for plant growth with the same fixed spectral output for all varieties with the Certa 600W LED Grow Light that helps to support steady, controlled growth.
Photosynthetically Available Radiation
This 600W grow light delivers a full spectrum of high PAR value that mimics the light of the sun and gives off tons of wavelengths that can be absorbed and used for photosynthesis, which can then help foster and yield growth.
The blue light drives the photosynthetic reaction and chlorophyll production to help produce strong, healthy stems and leaves, while also serving as a growth regulator within confined spaces.
The red light is responsible for triggering flower and fruit growth which is essential for seed germination, root growth and bulb development, all while helping to cultivate a bounty of new buds and fruit.
Daisy chain passthrough compatibility
When you buy more than one grow light, you can create a daisy chain passthrough sequence with a timer to schedule the power to turn on and off simultaneously using the built-in power outlet.Click here to Get this Deal
About Dick Smith
Dick Smith is one of the most iconic retail brands in Australia. Dick Smith was, until 2016, an Australia-wide chain of retail stores that sold consumer electronics goods, hobbyist electronic components, and electronic project kits. The chain expanded successfully into New Zealand and unsuccessfully into several other countries. The company was founded in Sydney in 1968 by Dick Smith and owned by him and his wife until they sold to Woolworths Limited in 1982. In May 2016, online retailer Kogan.com purchased the Dick Smith brand, trademarks, intellectual property, and its online business in Australia and New Zealand.