Professional Nichia Rsp0A LED Strips for Plant Growth (Horticulture), light output up to 2900 lm / m
LEDs are the most versatile light sources invented. Each feature can be designed and built according to its final purpose: functional light for decades, low power consumption, light shade or color, etc.
The Nichia Innovation adds a new purpose: optimal plant growth in greenhouses or enclosed spaces.
Nichia 757 Rsp0a LEDs with white light have a special spectrum for plant growth. Furthermore, by choosing the white light between 3000K (more red) and 5000K (more blue), you can choose from a more pleasant (3000K) look or faster (5000K) growth of the illuminated plants.
Plants under the lighting with Nichia 757 Rsp0a White LEDs for horticulture grow up to 50% more than conventional light, including standard white LEDs, a combination of red and blue LEDs or a fluorescent tube. In addition, the energy consumption is lower.
The LinearZ is an easy-to-install light source for best results in plan growth, equipped with Nichia Rsp0A LEDs and built in standard Plug & Play Zhaga format.
One meter of the LinearZ 52 LED strip provides a flux of white light for horticulture of 2800 lm (250W equivalent) at a consumption of only 24 watts and using only 92 Nichia LEDs.
For luminaires with a length of more than 52 cm, you can choose the LinearZ 25 LED with a luminous flux of up to 2600 lm / m.
A fixture that uses modules in Zhaga's standard form and connection can be maintained or updated with future LED strips, also from other manufacturers. LinearZ 52 complies with Zhaga Book 7 L56W2 and LinearZ 25 Book 7 L28W2.
LinearZ modules use a Plug & Play power system that allows wires to connect without using a soldering gun and are available in the constant current version for the highest energy efficiency.
The investment in the Nichia modules is secure, with a 5 years guarantee.
Applications for LinearZ LEDs Nichia Rsp0a:
Full spectrum lighting for plant growth
Production of compact and bright luminaires for greenhouses
Maintenance or updating of luminaires using standard Zhaga LED modules (Book 7 L56W2 and L28W2)