MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2ft Coverage Sunlike Full Spectrum Grow Lamp Plants Growing for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Footprint
- SUNLIGHT FULL SPECTRUM GROW LIGHT, Infinite close to natural sun light, full spectrum 3000K 5000K and IR 660nm 760nm RED, suit for all plants whole stages indoor growing, rapid plant response from seed to flower
- HIGH EFFICIENCY ENERGY SAVING PLANT LIGHT, Consuming only 100 Watts true output with 225 PCS LEDs, more scientifically and energy-efficient! Perfect for 2' x 2' veg stage, 1.5' x 1.5' bloom stage, higher intensity in a MARS HYDRO grow tent, reflective area, or by crossing over using multiple TS600
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- HIGH REFLECTIVE HEAT SINK LED GROW SYSTEM, quickly heat dispersing material aluminum reducing light lost to aisles and walls, increase the light intensity up to 20%, allowing your plants receive more energy and without burning your plants for maximum headroom
- NOISE-FREE FANLESS LED GROW LAMPS FOR INDOOR PLANTS, Designed for home growers, fans get noisy when long time use, but this LED light board use aluminum make it cooling down instead use fans, bring you a FANLESS QUIET grow experience
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4 points • musicalrssnroulette
Here do yourself a favor, spend the extra 20 bucks and be happier because this is a quantum board with full spectrum and red and blue
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2 ft Sunlike Full Spectrum Led Grow Lamp Plants Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Coverage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_NGfLEb5V05S9T
I have the ts 1000, the ts 600, an HLG 135 vspec r2, and an iplantop blurple, the ts 600 outdoes the 1,000 watt blurple and it’s not a cob so you probably won’t set your house on fire
3 points • Substantial_Stress49
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
3 points • firewire2035
I have used the "quantum" LED grow light through one winter. Full spectrum and energy efficient. A 2x2 cost around $80 now. You can put the Onc, and Phal outside the 2x2 footprint. My Cattleya type grows inside the 2x2 and about 24 inches from the light. They all seemed to do fine. A wifi switch controller and a small fan is almost a must. You may run out of space faster than you expected. I upgraded to a 3x3 within 6 weeks, fyi.
2 points • JustTheTipPlusAnInch
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share very inexpensive and work great. I started outside then due to weather bought a tent with some necessities including a blurpple light. I won’t say it harmed my lady but it didn’t do any after two weeks. So I got a double dose of the mars lights and my my my she’s lookin purrty to me.
2 points • merritt6882
2 points • theITgui
In my opinion, you may have been better served by ordering something like the Mars Hydro TS600: https://www.amazon.com/MARS-HYDRO-Spectrum-Hydroponic-Greenhouse/dp/B07VL8FZS1/
Though I am sure yours will still grow weed. I feel the Mars lights offer a better bang for the buck.
2 points • LedByReason
I bought this (MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2 ft Sunlike Full Spectrum Led Grow Lamp Plants Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Coverage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_K8DgFb0C1Y3A8) and like it. I bought a 1000 Watt equivalent at the same time, but I find I never use it because of the fan. The 600W equivalent that I recommend is silent, which is great, and the spectrum seems very close to normal sunlight.
2 points • GodHatesBarna
Large plants like tomatoes need 40 watts per square foot. At least that’s what I read. I am currently using the Marshydro ts600 it is perfect for a 2X2 garden and sufficient for a 3X3. It’s also on sale for $80. This might be the way to go if you are thinking of expanding in the future. Oh and it’s bright as hell so you’ll want a grow tent or designated plant room.
2 points • cyco_semantic
Nice! It does seem like a good light and you are getting good results with it so it's good in my book.
The only thing that stands out to me is it's efficiency. That thing pulls 130 watt from the wall while comparing to 250-300 watt hps. At first glance it's like nice I'm getting more light than I'm pulling from the wall! Then you realize there are 100 dollar lights that pull 100 watts from wall while imitating a 600 watt or even 700 watt. When an led has low efficiency like yours, that stands out to me. Like I said it doesn't matter but when you have multiple it really starts to matter just my two cents I'll shutup now
Edit: light example https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_DNRnFbEE1RZQ5
2 points • PM_ME_YOUR_GROW
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2 ft Sunlike Full Spectrum Led Grow Lamp Plants Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Coverage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_apa_i_8l8GEbZVW7H5V
This light is really really good and matches you're budget hopefully. 10x as efficient as the one you have.
2 points • b-VW
The first link you posted is insanely overpriced for what it is. The second link, while the fixture looks nice...I can guarantee it’s also a rip off. It doesn’t list any details of spectrum (it just claims full spectrum) and no actual wattage output. You might be able to sustain a tree for a few months if you left that light on almost 18 hours a day. But in reality the energy costs might not be worth it in the long run.
You are putting yourself behind the 8 ball in a way, as any true grow light that can actually grow a citrus (which requires 6-8 hours of sunlight...the strongest light nobody can recreate) is always going to be a bit “industrial” looking and not meant to hang in a catalog living room advertisement. If I were in your position, I’d suggest finding a different spot for your citrus where it’s more reasonable to purchase a better quality light within the budget of the couple links you’re posting (I’m guessing between $70-100?).
Otherwise if changing location isn’t an option, then I’d recommend putting a few higher quality grow spectrum bulbs in some lights you already own around your tree and seeing if you can sustain your tree over a few months. Most bulbs output around 50 watts, which is what I’m guessing most of the fixtures you posted would advertise. And it would be much cheaper.
Edit: just to kind of give you an idea...this older Mars Hydro is very highly reviewed as a wonderful entry-point into grow lights. Great price, output and color spectrum. Honestly in order to grow and sustain a healthy citrus tree indoors, you’ll need something in this direction. Amazon Link
1 points • Jarvis88Adams
Wow. That's incredibly cheap. Looks like it's got great reviews, too.
If you want to upgrade, check this out. I picked up a Mars Hydro 600w light (only takes up around 100w), and as soon as I turned it on, I thought I made a HUGE mistake. It's bright af. I highly recommend it.
1 points • danapher
This is on sale, pretty popular brand.
1 points • KaosKommand0
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2ft Coverage Sunlike Full Spectrum Grow Lamp Plants Growing for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Footprint https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_2aBMFbYEN3MV4
1 points • Castle_Left
1 points • debased___
I did check out grow lights and was surprised to see the more professional types have come down in price considerably e.g. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/?coliid=I3CEZ9EUW5XLHN&colid=17BYE9AKZATLF&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
How far are you holding your light away from the seedlings?
1 points • Ds939
Its hard for me too freely browse the US amazon, considering america's size im not surprised though. I saw this earlier and figured its a baseline if anything https://www.amazon.com/MARS-HYDRO-Spectrum-Hydroponic-Greenhouse/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=mp_s_a_1_12?keywords=spider+farmer&qid=1581014994&sr=8-12
1 points • ArmpitofD00m
I wanted to keep small so I can just focus on getting good output first. If I start with a 2x2 now I can always size up and use this as a start or veg tent. After researching lights I was thinking this light below. It seems a great light and decent money.
1 points • PsychonautBro
Although the light from Alibaba seems great, it’s a bit too steep for my price point.
This is the mars Hydro light you recommended as well, but it states that it’s enough for 4x4 coverage. Would this be too much for a 4x2? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_AoaUEbCFYCBCX
1 points • AbjectList8
1 points • hotbuttmuffin
Depends on the size of your garage, but you could get a radiating oil heater and run that sucker when temps get below 55-60. You can get a cheap 100w led for under $100 and that should get you on your way with 1-2, 3 gallon pots and grow something. Also, go to a seed bank like seedsman and pick up a cheap pack of autoflowers for about $20-$30 with shipping. Good luck! https://www.amazon.com/MARS-HYDRO-Spectrum-Hydroponic-Greenhouse/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=led+grow+light&qid=1601844818&sr=8-5
1 points • Produkt
A lot of people just put their plant as close to a southern facing window (if you're in the north hemisphere) without grow lights. They can 'survive' winter months this way but they often go dormant and lose a bunch of leaves and bounce back next spring. If you want to avoid this, you probably want some lights, and you'll need to go pretty heavy to have any effect: https://www.amazon.com/MARS-HYDRO-Spectrum-Hydroponic-Greenhouse/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ This one seems to be pretty good and I almost bought it once, it might even be able to support a full citrus tree year-round indoors. I recommend a timer, you'll need 8 hours a day. You could even get the bigger 1000-watt one if you were so inclined.
1 points • MikeV08822
I’m looking into 2 of these.
1 points • ClosetCaseGrowSpace
One of these will work.
1 points • TossThisWayUpHigh
Talking about this? - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Gc4gFbP0JG0SJ It says 600W.
1 points • omggreddit
Got four 1-2 year old trees. Heights are 1-2 ft with canopy diameter about 1-1.5ft. What kind of glow light should I buy? I have a north east facing window which I plan to keep the plants on. Should I keep them there and rotate them to distribute sunlight ? And the supplement with glow light on the other side? So 2x2 formation but bias the light on the 2 trees at the back? And will this light do for all four of them as supplemental light? I live in Zone 9b. https://www.amazon.com/MARS-HYDRO-Spectrum-Hydroponic-Greenhouse/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=mp_s_a_1_2_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=full+spectrum+grow+light+led&qid=1600659111&sr=8-2-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzS045N0lNTEJTVE5JJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNjY0MzMxMlRQUTVMQkxGM1NHTiZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwODgyNDY2MllBOFVJN0pKMkI2VCZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX3Bob25lX3NlYXJjaF9hdGYmYWN0aW9uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl
1 points • PhotoProxima
This is a great series of light. Full spectrum and I believe around 1.6 umol / W which is pretty good for the pricepoint. I have the TSW2000 and my garden is stacked.
Don't buy "Blurple" lights. Very inefficient.
1 points • wollaawollaa
Those lights are inadequate. Get 2 TS600 LED panels, then get a masonry drill bit and drill some holes for hooks so that you can hang the lights in there. Trust me, this is coming from someone who tried cheaping out on lights (not saying you did) when I first started my succulent collection and they all etiolated to shit. Good use of the space though and good luck! These are the ones I got. lights
1 points • JestersDead77
Check prices on the aluminum tape used for HVAC work. It might be cheaper to line the box with that than mylar. If you're careful when you apply it, you can use a plastic squeegee and get it very smooth and shiny.
I think the biggest improvement you can make is a better light though. This one is what I have, and its cheaper than I paid for it.
1 points • lissa_lin
No worries, lol, I dont know nearly enough about the specs in grow lights and am not one of those people on here that love to take every new piece of information personally. Plus, this is good for OP to know as well. 600W is just what the description of mine said when I purchased it so thats why I said it. This is the exact one I purchased. Looking again, it says "600W" everywhere except for 1 graphic with a comparison chart that says actual output is 100W. Thanks for the clarification :)
1 points • kf12jsh
How’s this fixture? MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2 ft Sunlike Full Spectrum Led Grow Lamp Plants Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Coverage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_.83hEb7M00J7S
1 points • doodoomcgee
Okay cool! And I found this lamp that seems nice, now all I need to look for is fan/vent right? Someone else said without a vent system and exhaust the plants will rot
1 points • SuperAngryGuy
Excellent reply. It looks like it's CE only.
Now re: your lighting color claims?
1 points • ryfye00411
Thank you I'm still learning and trying to get the resources here down. Theres just so much information and I'm trying to figure out what to prioritize.
So would 4 of these mars hydro 600w work well?
1 points • oldmasterluke
I ended up going with this light from Mars Hydro . I looked around YouTube for people using this light and most seem to get really good colas. Thanks again for all the info. It really helped make my choice.
1 points • GershinRyon
This one is more comparable to your listed amount for the Sansi:
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2 ft Sunlike Full Spectrum Led Grow Lamp Plants Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Coverage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_AnVzEbKY8YPE2
1 points • Jay7499
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
1 points • zipper2169
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_Kc7MEbDVJYEVD This is the exact light I’m referencing.
1 points • Trutactix
1 points • HumanSuitcase
I'd really rather defer to some one more experienced than I am on the subject. I'm just so new myself to growing anything that I don't want to lead you in the wrong direction.
I will say that typically, the lights that I see people using are significantly larger, like this. Mind you, that's 100 watts and only covers a 2ft x 2ft area. So, one of the questions you probably need to answer first is how much physical space are these plants going to take up.
1 points • _Starship1
I ordered the same brand, smaller size, for 90 bucks on Amazon , off original 300 dollars.
Can you buy three of those instead and connect them?
1 points • someredditthrowaway1
1 points • Dumbogang
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2 ft Sunlike Full Spectrum Led Grow Lamp Plants Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Coverage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_SSsGFbARJ8DAZ
1 points • zebhia
Ahhh ok cool,
Will this fit in my 40x40 tent?
1 points • washed_up_golfer
Go over to r/microgrowery and do a couple searches. You'll find extensive discussion(s) of tents, lights, fans, and approaches. That's the sub that helped me most when compiling my setup. For the record, I have a 4x4 tent and ran 2 plants (an auto and a photo), and they fit fine. I'd guess that with some effort (and enough light), you can do 4 plants. I ran my last two plants under two of these. Once I harvested the auto, the photo got the two lights to itself. They have worked fine. You can check my post history for examples. I'm not going to be setting any records any time soon, but I never run out of good flower, and they definitely get the job done both smoking and in edibles.
1 points • dhennyyy
https://www.amazon.com/MARS-HYDRO-Spectrum-Hydroponic-Greenhouse/dp/B07VL8FZS1 how about this
1 points • LookzLikeReign
I don’t know really anything technical about lighting besides what’s working well for me right now. You could get a mars hydro 600w for $79.99
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2 ft Sunlike Full Spectrum Led Grow Lamp Plants Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Coverage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ScnpEbW9BKB3R
A legit grow light might be better because of the color spectrums, other people here would know more than I do. I’ve also seen a friend use a high bay led light.
1 points • JHNSNT02
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2 ft Sunlike Full Spectrum Led Grow Lamp Plants Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Coverage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_IiCHFb62511AD
1 points • 67mustangguy
I’ve been sitting here for like 2 months contemplating buying this: MARS HYDRO TS 600W https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_6VojFbDAGCHQE
1 points • ed520482
So just so I'm clear this is an upgrade from the vipar 600?
MARS HYDRO TS 600W LED Grow Light 2x2 ft Sunlike Full Spectrum Led Grow Lamp Plants Growing Lights for Hydroponic Indoor Seeding Veg and Bloom Greenhouse Growing Light Fixtures Four for 4x4 Coverage https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VL8FZS1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_c1VtEbW0HTJ80