LumiGrow LED Horticultural Lighting is one of the leaders in LED grow lights for plants. Constantly pushing the envelope using the latest technology, LumiGrow light sources can save your grow up to 50% on your electricity bill compared to high-pressure sodium (HPS) and metal halide (MH) lamps. These lights are efficient because all the light energy emitted is in a spectrum that plants can absorb and photosynthesize with, unlike traditional HPS & MH lighting. These all-in-one units are plug-and-play, and can get you growing the best plants you've ever seen in seconds. Link to FAQs on LumiGrow Lighting. View Growers House review and PAR test of the LumiGrow Pro Series Greenhouse units.

 

   

  

LumiGrow ES165

LumiGrow ES330

LumiGrow Pro 325

LumiGrow Pro 650

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DimensionsDimensions:10" x 12" x 6" DimensionsDimensions:17" x 10" x 5.5" DimensionsDimensions:9⅞W x 11½″L x 5⅜″H DimensionsDimensions:9⅞W x 15¾″L x 5⅜″H
DimensionsWattage: 165w DimensionsWattage: 330w DimensionsWattage: 325w DimensionsWattage: 650w
DimensionsVoltage: 120v/240v DimensionsVoltage: 120v/240v DimensionsVoltage: 120v/240v DimensionsVoltage: 120v/240v
DimensionsAmps: 2.5@120v or 1.5@240v DimensionsAmps: 5@120v or 2.5@240v DimensionsAmps: 5@120v or 2.5@240v DimensionsAmps: 8.5@120v or 5@240v
DimensionsWarranty: 3 Years DimensionsWarranty: 3 Years DimensionsWarranty: 5 Years DimensionsWarranty: 5 Years
DimensionsWeight: 6 lbs DimensionsWeight: 12 lbs DimensionsWeight: 9 lbs DimensionsWeight: 16 lbs
DimensionsRated Lifespan: 50,000 Hours DimensionsRated Lifespan: 50,000 Hours DimensionsRated Lifespan: 50,000 Hours DimensionsRated Lifespan: 50,000 Hours

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"Hey everyone, this is Nate with Growers House and today I have two very special LEDs that were just released into the market for hydroponic and indoor growing. These LEDs are the new Pro Series LED lights from LumiGrow. The two lights LumiGrow came out with are the 650 and the 325. These units are replacing the old model lineup, which was the ES 330 and ES 165. The Lumigrow 325 and 650 model numbers represent the wattage that each of these lights are consuming. A lot of people may not that the last model was the 330 and LumiGrow has a 325 to replace that, and it's the same price, so how can it be better? The way the driver is designed in the LumiGrow Pro Series 325 is more efficient, and so are the LEDs. The old LEDs used by the LumiGrow ES 330 had a 22% efficiency rating, which meant that for every watt of energy input, there was 22% of that watt made into light output. The new LumiGrow Pro Series LEDs now have a 47% efficiency rating. So with this new 325, even though it's 5 watts less, is putting out twice the light output of the old ES 330 model for the same price. When you purchase these units they come with just a few simple components and then they're ready to go out of the box. What you'll get are two A hanging hooks, and your standard 120v cord, although both of these units are able to operate between 100 and 260 volts. These units will automatically know what voltage they're running on, so all you have to do is plug in the cord with the correct adapter, which looks like a new-age computer cord--the cords you also use commonly with digital ballasts--and this unit will be ready to go. That's important because a lot of research institutions and commercial growers are using these units, which lends to really how effective they are at growing plants. What I really want to do is turn one of these LumiGrow units on and we can take a look at some of the features it has. Before I turn it on I want to give you a quick overview of the panel here. There are three dials that help you control the red spectrum, the white spectrum, and the blue spectrum of the LED diodes. What this knob does is goes from 0 to 10, 10 being the max intensity of that spectrum and accordingly as you go down through the numbers to 0, which is no intensity of that spectrum. This is a cool feature that wasn't on the last unit. Essentially there's an eyeball and a leaf down here. The eyeball turns off the red and blue LEDs, so only the white is shining, which allows you to see your plants. I know with LEDs when you turn it on it's really hard to see what's going on with your plants because there's almost a purplish spectrum mix from the red and blue, but turning this up allows just the white to be shown so you can see if there are any difficiencies, the coloration of your plant, and it's a pretty cool feature. Let's turn this guy on and see what it looks like. Really quickly before I turn the LumiGrow on I should show you--before it starts blinding everyone--that there are some built-in axial fans right here and here, and internally. This is the panel of the diodes, which are a combination of three and five watt diodes. Let's go ahead and turn this guy on. You'll notice as I turn this on (oops, let's turn that down), I have it on the setting just for your eyes to be able to look down at your plants below. If I turn it to the flower setting with all of these knobs turned to 0, just the fans will be on, and then I'll slowly start turning up the red spectrum. And then I'll move onto the white. And now I'll turn on the blue. There you can see all three spectrums at full intensity with this unit on. With that full intensity all the lights are on max output, and the reason why LumiGrow has these different intensity knobs is that some of the more expert growers may want to tinker with how intense their spectrum is during the vegetative or blooming phase, which primarily will affect internodal growth. So let's say during vegetative growth you might want to turn these reds down about half way so that you will be white and blue dominant, yet still having a red spectrum to make it full. Vice versa in flowering. So that is a very cool feature. Again, you're plants look funny under the red and blue light, click that and were back to white light as if it was the ambient light in your living room. What we're going to do now is take both the LumiGrow Pro Series 325 and 650 units and put them under a PAR meter on our footprint and see what kind of intensity these guys are putting out. Let's jump into that! Here we have our PAR readings over our 4' x 4' grow footprint at 12", 18", and 24" above that 4' x 4' for the LumiGrow 325 and the 650. We have these readings and readings on more units on our website, so be sure to click on the link below to go to our blog and see those readings. Here are some specs on the units."

LumiGrow Pro Series Lights are The Most Cost-Effective Means of Boosting Crop Yield.

Well-designed lighting systems boost yield and quality. But ordinary lights cost so much to operate that they erode profits. Energy-efficient LumiGrow solutions enable growers to achieve the advantages of supplemental lighting without high operating costs. That’s why LumiGrow is the considered choice of expert growers around the globe.

How It Works

The Pro series equips growers with LED lights that output more red and blue in the essential PAR range than the industry’s most powerful conventional lighting systems, including any high-intensity discharge (HID) fixture. Peerless in the industry, the Pro 650 light delivers 2X the red and blue PAR of a 1000 Watt HID light while it consumes 40% less energy. The Pro 325 provides red and blue PAR equivalent to that of a 1000 Watt HID light while it reduces energy consumption by a whopping 70%.

Best for Your Plants

You’ll make the most of your greenhouse or other growing environment because the LumiGrow Pro series provides uniform light distribution without harmful hot spots. In addition, LumiGrow lights run 70% cooler than high intensity discharge (HID) lights, eliminating plant damage and problems related to unmanaged greenhouse temperatures. Hot-running HID lights stress plants as evidenced by high water and nutrient demand. By contrast, plants grow safely at any distance from LumiGrow lights.

Lowest Cost of Ownership

Energy-efficient LumiGrow Pro series lights cost between 40% to 70% less to operate compared to HID lamps. New sites see dramatically lower infrastructure costs because of reduced electrical requirements. LumiGrow lights also eliminate the need for ballasts and reflectors while they minimize cooling loads, accelerating your payback. Growers see electrical bills trimmed by approximately half, month after month, year after year.

Remarkably Simple to Operate

Mount your LumiGrow solution and plug it in. Most growers maximize their benefits with a full-scale installation or retrofit; others replace ordinary lights with LumiGrow LED lights as they age. Either way, LumiGrow Pro series lights last 10 times longer than HID lights without degradation, which means your investment will continue to reward you over time. LumiGrow Pro series lights are covered by the industry’s best 5-year warranty. And anytime you need help, our US-based Customer Support team is here for you, by phone, email or live online chat.

Recommended Applications

  • Agricultural and Horticultural Operations
  • Commercial Vegetable and Flower Production
  • Supplemental Greenhouse Lighting
  • Hydroponics
  • Indoor Farms
  • Research
  • Key Features:

    Provides Maximum Light Density

  • Enhanced spectral output covering full PAR (400-700nm) promotes photosynthesis
  • More red and blue PAR per Watt than any other lighting fixture
  • Industry’s most efficient LEDs
  • Small hardware footprint minimizes plant canopy shadowing
  • Puts Control at Your Fingertips

  • Individually adjustable Red and Blue balance knobs for precise spectral control
  • White-only View mode
  • Compatible with automated control systems
  • Delivers Advanced Thermal Management for Long-Lasting Performance

  • Runs 70% cooler than HID lighting
  • Massive heat sinks keep LEDs running cool
  • Operates safely without high voltage
  • Reduces Your Costs with Energy Efficiency

  • Pro 325 uses approximately 70% less energy than the equivalent 1,000-Watt HID light and
  • Pro 650 uses 40% less energy
  • Eligible for energy utility rebates
  • Make the Planet-Friendly Choice

  • RoHS compliant (mercury- and lead-free)
  • Long lasting
  • Installs and Operates Simply

  • Smart Volt auto-switching and regulating power supply adjusts to appropriate voltage for international use
  • Installs just like HID lights and operates seamlessly alongside them
  • Built to Last

  • Light-weight, yet strong powder-coated
  • aluminum hardware
  • Proprietary constant-current LED controllers
  • 5-year warranty
  • Customer Support from a US-based manufacturer

LumiGrow LumiBar LED Strip Light

The LumiBar system emits targeted portions of the full color spectrum to trigger healthy plant responses. In addition to 450-475nm (blue) and 625-660nm (red) wavelengths, the LumiBar light delivers spectra throughout the photosynthetically active region (PAR), from 400nm to 700nm. Fluorescent lights provide a color spectrum intended for general illumination rather than plant growth. Strong on blue light, but weak in the critical red region, fluorescent tubes can’t yield thriving micro-greens, lettuce and other produce. The all-in-one LumiBar system eliminates the need for ballasts and reflectors while it minimizes cooling loads, accelerating payback. Growers see electrical bills trimmed by half. Replace six T5 fluorescent tubes or fourteen T8 fluorescent tubes (and their fixture) for equivalent blue and superior red. Plus, the LumiBar system is backed by LumiGrow’s no-hassle warranty. You’ll enjoy maintenance-free operation for many years to come.

  • Individually adjustable Red, White and Blue balance knobs allow precise 3-channel spectral control
  • Compatible with automated control systems
  • View mode (white) for plant inspection