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    Lumatek Zeus 1000W Xtreme CO2 LED

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    Power and Radiance has just reached a new level in LED lighting with the new Lumatek Zeus. The benchmark for horticultural lighting higher than ever before.... Show more

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    Power and Radiance has just reached a new level in LED lighting with the new Lumatek Zeus. The benchmark for horticultural lighting higher than ever before.

    Lumatek introduces the most powerful grow light on the market to growers, the Zeus 1000W Xtreme PPFD CO2 LED. Designed to cover 1.5 × 1.5 m with additional CO2 for optimum efficiency and results. The brightest just got brighter.

    The Lumatek Zeus 1000W Xtreme PPFD CO2 LED with higher specifications is a multi-bar linear luminaire that produces extremely high levels of PPF of 2925 µmol/s and a photon efficiency (luminaire efficiency) of 2.9 µmol/J.

    With advancements in technology and luminaire performance, high quality LED horticultural lighting is now a credible option offering growers a significant return on investment. Lumatek full spectrum horticultural LED solutions balance light quality (spectra) with light quantity (intensity and duration) and ensure an even light distribution and uniform distribution.

    The Zeus 1000W Xtreme PPFD CO2 produces an extremely high light intensity requiring the use of supplemental CO2 for those planning to grow in 1.5 x 1.5m growing areas with short Canopy to light distances.

    Supplementation with carbon dioxide (CO2)

    The use of CO2 with this fixture is not mandatory, but if you wish to use it without we recommend a longer canopy distance from the light, ensuring the optimal PPFD levels according to the stage of cultivation. Using the latter method, the expected optimal coverage area becomes 1.8 x 1.8 m but with lower levels of PPFD intensity concentration.

    Supplementation use of carbon dioxide (CO2) in your controlled environment can significantly improve the yield of your crop when used correctly. In general, a good rule is that once you exceed 1000 µmol/s/m2 PPFD levels, you should be 1:1 with CO2 PPM - up to 1500. So at max PPFD = 1500 µmol/s/m2, you should CO2 be 1500 PPM (a little lower, 1400 PPM might be safest to start).

    Built with high-quality Lumatek drivers and the latest generation of top-bin LEDs from Lumileds Philips and Osram, the new line from Zeus generates a full spectrum light source ideal for growing and flowering cycles. Another new feature of this line is the Clear Glue protection technology on the LED bars; resulting in a higher light transmittance of 99% without light loss, longer life of diodes, extra corrosion resistance and high water resistance of IP65. For basic maintenance, simply clean the bars with wet cotton.

    For different cultivars, propagation and vegetative growth periods, the Zeus can be dimmed without sacrificing efficiency. The high efficiency and low power LED configuration with 10 LED bars lowers the temperature of the LEDs, increasing output and improving light maintenance.

    The Zeus luminaire can also be controlled remotely with a Lumatek digital lighting controller (Digital Panel Plus 2.0) with light timing, automatic dimming (1%), temperature protection control, sunrise and sunset modes for up to 100 luminaires per controller.

    Universal Operating System Compatibility

    Lumatek Zeus LED fixtures can be fully controlled with the Lumatek Digital Panel Plus 2.0 or any other control system that uses a 0-10V output signal. Even if your universal controller has an RJ port interface, you can still use our LEDs by using a signal converter RJ to 0-10V control adapter.

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