Kind LED Grow Lights Optimized Full Spectrum Wastes No Energy

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Kind LED specifically targets the areas of the light spectrum with the highest absorption rates in order to deliver exactly what the plant needs for photosynthesis.

Kind LED K5 Spectrum

Kind LED K5 Spectrum

Kind LED specifically targets the areas of the light spectrum with the highest absorption rates in order to deliver exactly what the plant needs for photosynthesis.

Kind LED Grow Lights have been designed to have a full yet targeted spectrum for growth and flowering, and to not waste energy emitting large amounts of spectral ranges that plants don’t absorb. Kind LED specifically targets the areas of the light spectrum with the highest absorption rates in order to deliver exactly what the plant needs for photosynthesis, and not areas of the light spectrum the plant otherwise sees as useless.

High-Intensity Discharge lamps (commonly referred to as HID) have decent PAR readings (Photosynthetically Active Radiation), but when their spectrum is revealed it becomes evident that they emit most of their energy in areas of the light spectrum mostly unused by plants. This makes them an inefficient lighting option, as that wasted energy is turned into heat. Kind LED Grow Lights, on the other hand, show extremely high PAR readings with an efficient and accurate distribution of strength across a plants’ desired spectrum.

Several grow light companies have taken to producing white light LEDs. These lights follow the more familiar 2700K-6500K temperate color range that we commonly see in HID and T-5 bulbs. While this makes a light that photographs well, and is closer to what we are all used to seeing as far as color, it negates one of the most important benefits of LED lights, not wasting energy on parts of the light spectrum the plant can’t readily absorb.

Available online and through hundreds of retailers nationwide, LED grow light companies such as Kind LED make advanced horticulture lighting technology accessible to both professional and recreational growers worldwide.

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