COB LED LIGHTS
Magnus light water cooled COB lights consume thanks to an innovative cooling system 10% less energy and produce 30% more light than the air-cooled lamps. The heat in the water system can be re-used in many ways such as soil heating. Also by the cooling the chips, the water-cooled lamps have a lifetime of 100.000 hours
DEEPER CANOPY PENETRATION
120 DEGREE PARABOLIC LENS
INCREASED LIGHT INTENSITY
LITTLE TO NO HEAT RADIATION
MORE ABUNDENT GROWTH
100.000 LIFECYLE HOURS
SPECIAL LIGHT SPECTRUM
MAGNUS 120 DEGREE PARABOLIC LENS
After extensive testing and subsequent adjustments, the precise balance between colors and wavelengths was developed resulting in the right spectrum. The balanced spectrum plus the chosen light intensity helps achieve more abundant and vigorous growth and superior quality of flower structure and yield. Our dedication, commitment and expertise have helped to develop the perfect LED. Magnus LED’s can be used during the entire plant cycle.
We only use those colors that are necessary for cultivation. Because of this the highest efficiency attainable in the current market can be achieved.
MAGNUS SPECIAL LIGHT SPECTRUM
After extensive testing and subsequent adjustments, the precise balance between colors and wavelengths was developed resulting in the right spectrum. The balanced spectrum plus the chosen light intensity helps achieve more abundant and vigorous growth and superior quality of flower structure and yield. Our dedication, commitment and expertise have helped to develop the perfect LED. Magnus LED’s can be used during the entire plant cycle. We only use those colors that are necessary for cultivation. Because of this the highest efficiency attainable in the current market can be achieved.
PRO & WHITE VERSION
Magnus offers two different light spectrums; Pro & Standard "White". The first difference between the 2 versions is the visual light colour.
The pro version emits a pink colour while the standard "white" versions emits a white colour.
The Pro version has a better grow efficiency because all the light output is used by the plant
The Standard "white" version has more green and yellow colours than used by the plant. This makes a white visable light colour what some growers prefer but resulting in a little less efficient spectrum. Because the plant will not use as much green and yellow for photosynthesis
Our COB LED lamps are equipped with a separate farred dimmer or switch. This ensures that the user can control the vegetative phase of the plant.
In the vegetative phase this unique color can be dimmed separately. Once switched to the duration of hours needed for the flowering period, it can be switched on to simulate flower formation
This unique color provides the right temperature for nutrient uptake and because it is dimmable, the user can determine the evaporation of the plant. In the final phase this color can be dimmed again so that the flowers remain compact because they do not open due heat transpiration.
In order to achieve the best results. We advise to check our VPD information.
The dimmer is located on the right with steps of each 10%. The lowest value is 10%
Far-Red Light and Vegetative Growth
R:FR affects plant growth. A large amount of far red light causes the stem to elongate/lengthen and the leaves to grow longer and wider. This is because plants try to stretch their bodies to get more sunshine. Therefore, a plant can look “elongated” and these slender stems are sometimes too weak to hold thick cannabis. A large amount of far red light can also reduce the levels of chlorophyll, anthocyanins and antioxidants in plants. Chlorophyll and anthocyanins are pigments that make plants rich and colorful, which can take into account the novelty and value of harvest. Antioxidants prevent harmful free radicals – whether they are plant or human – ideally, plants that growers want bright colors and high levels of antioxidants. In order to produce plants with strong stems and bright colors, they should be given a lot of red light and a small amount of far red light. This is especially the case if the plants are grown under high density conditions.
Far-Red and flowering
At this point, you may begin to notice a trend: plants associate far red light with shadows. Therefore, if you give plants too much red light, they will think they are in a cool environment. Excessive shading can put stress on plants, so precautions need to be taken to avoid these situations. The seeds will avoid germination and the stems will stick out to reach more light. In order to cope with excessive shade, plants tend to bloom. Flowers are the reproductive tissues of plants. If plants believe that there is a danger of death (from too many shadows), it will begin to multiply as soon as possible so that it can pass its genes to future generations. A lot of far red light has accelerated the blossoming of many species – tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, beans, wheat, mustard and many ornamental flowers. In some species, far red light also increases flower yield.
As growers, we can use this knowledge to make a profit for ourselves. If we want a plant to start to bloom (such as a stubborn cannabis plant that refuses to germinate), we can give it a lot of far red light. Far red light should be applied for a short time to induce flowering and stop, once the buds begin to appear. Applying a small amount of far red light at night (~ 2μmol-1 m-2) can also effectively accelerate flowering and increase the number of flowers
ML-365 (Water cooled)
– Power consumption: 365 Watt
– Number of LEDs: 2x 100 LEDs
– PPFD: 310 μmol (distance 1000mm)
– Comparible with: >1000 Watt HPS
– Advised height: At least 60 cm above the canopy
– Footprint: 120×120 cm
– Farred control: Dimmable control
– Light spectrum RBFc or RBWFc
– Lifespan: +100.000 hours
– Weight: 6.7 kilogram
– Dimensions: W:303mm x L170mm x H160mm
– Warranty: 3 years
– Input voltage 100-240V AC Power Input