Guide to City Greens Full Spectrum Grow Lights.

03.01.23 03:52 PM By Admin

What is a Full Spectrum Light?

It is the wavelength of light required for plants to grow. It ranges from 400-700 nm and is called Photosynthetic Active Radiation Spectrum.

About CityGreens Full Spectrum Lights

Grow+ Full Spectrum LED grow light with 24 watt power consumption. The light spectrum includes all Photosynthetic Active Radiation wavelengths
that plants require.

  • In-built connectors - allows you to connect any no. of lights easily in a series fashion. 
  • Power cable - simple plug type user friendly design. No expertise needed.
  • These lights have both warm, cool white diodes and mimics sun’s spectrum.


Length – 4ft / 120cm

Wattage – 24W

PPFD – 184

Illumination – 2696fc

Wavelength 400 – 700nm

Input Voltage – 220-240V

Housing Material - Aluminium Base

Crops You Can Grow.

All leafy vegetables like Lettuces, Spinach, Coriander, Basil, Kale, Oregano, Thyme, Mint, Parsley, Rosemary, Amaranth, Fenugreek, Swiss Chard, Arugula, etc can be grown easily with the help of these full spectrum lights.

How to Connect and Use?

You can connect these lights with the help of in-built connectors. The in-built connectors allow you to connect any number of lights in a series fashion. Use the power plug to switch them on.

Download CityGreens Full Spectrum Light Specification Sheet.

To know in detail on how plants see light read "LED grow lights for Vertical Farming. Understanding PAR, PPF, and PPFD


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