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Updated August 12, 2016
LED Grow Lights Depot has composed a list of the best LED lights of 2016 for growing indoor plants. This list is made up of newer technology and older technology. LED technology has changed over the past several years however, we have included these "older" lights, because they have been proven many times over by growers. These "older" lights include Mars Hydro.
The newer LEDs include Cirrus LED Systems and StarLite LED. These brands feature chip-on-board (COB) arrays and are the next phase of LED technology after single high-output diodes. Some of these COB arrays can harness 2400 LED watts - and that is actual power draw!
These newer lights, such as Cirrus LED, Lifted LED, and Kind LED feature spectrum control, dimming, timers, and customizable settings. Cirrus LED, and Lifted LED allow you to control the lights via a smart phone app. This is the direction that LED lights are going and we can't wait to see what some of these companies will come up with next.
While there are several other LEDs on the market, and more being added almost every week. We have not included them here at this time. If you know of an LED grow light that you believe should be on this list, let us know in the comments below and we will consider adding the product to the list or on the 2017 list.
Note: Lights are in no specific order
WOW, so many LED grow light there
I didn’t know them before I came this web.
I only know MEIZHI, MARS HYDRO, VIPASPECTRA, KIND, KING.
I only tried meizhi LED grow light, bought from ebay:
So far so good, perfect light spectrum, more blue and red light, suitable for all growing stages. less heat. very great.
The black diamond perfect sun dwarf star is available for sale on their main website, do you know when u will be carrying it again?
Spectrum King 400W+?
Best light for small personal grows of CANNIBAS is ?
I used this comparison website which includes up-to-date 2016 information : ledplantlights.com
With the improvements in the new lighting technology available in 2016 it probably makes sense to upgrade your outdated inefficient lights from yesteryear.
I have been using vividgro for 4 months first i wansnt so impressed but the second harvest was way better and Im really impressed…….lsgc vividgro rocks!!!
amare beats all that leds easily w for watt par pr watt,par pr dollar and their Spectrum is researched for cannabis only for years by a grower so hopefully People notice they now have amare here too after this list was made.update
you telling me that kind and platinum is better than amare tech alright then bye
the k5 is not “as advertised” when it comes to light footprint and they don’t claim to use brand name cree, epistar, or bridgelux… they don’t say who makes their LEDs
You loose all credit when you put those lying cheating kind bastards on first place…
The LED grow light market is expected to rise to more than $1.9 Billion by 2020, growing at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 26.93% between 2015 and 2020.