Our Pricing Policy
Every batch of fixtures we manufacture is customized to perfectly match the unique conditions of your facility. Because these customizations affect the build cost every order is priced differently. We don’t list a flat cost on our website because we aim to give every client the best price possible for their fixtures. By opening a dialogue and getting to know all the nuances of your facility our sales reps can identify every opportunity for cost savings - such as volume discounts - that we of course pass along to you.
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O6i Technical Specs
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CO 2 Requirements
Growing under high-intensity light conditions will require you to recalibrate every aspect of your environment, and chief among that is CO2! We advise all our clients to supplement at least 1200ppm of CO2 in their environment. Keep a close eye on your plants and take detailed notes every crop cycle to find the sweet spot. CO2 gives your crop the carbon building blocks they need to build biomass, and without an adequate amount it won’t matter how much light your system throws down.
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U.S. Daily Light Integral Map
Daily Light Integral (DLI) represents the total photosynthetically active radiation accumulated over one day. Since plants are essentially accumulators of solar radiation, this measurement is extremely useful for describing solar radiation as it affects plant growth with particular emphasis on estimating and building a supplemental lighting system. A set of 12 monthly DLI maps for the lower 48 states and based on solar radiation data from 1961-1990 was published in HortTechnology in 2002. An updated set of monthly DLI maps based on solar radiation for all 50 states during 1998-2012 is presented here. Select a month, then click on a location in the map to open a table with annual and monthly DLI values.
O6i Grow Light
1 "day" = 12 hours of use
The Infrared Spike
Ever notice how most spectral charts for grow lights stop around the far-red region? That's because extending the chart into the infrared region would show one of the biggest problems with plasma-burning light sources... an enormous spike of radiative heat!