The growboxau 240W LED features Samsung’s game changing LED technology that creates high quality and dense yields. Our LED uses Samsung’s LM301B diodes which are capable of making up to 218 lumens per watt (that’s a lot). In addition to Samsung’s diodes, they are also equipped with Epistar 660nm diodes for increased flowering growth.
This new style of LED’s are super popular these days and after your first grow, you’ll see why.
The light spectrum is 3000k of white light (forget that old blurple tech) which will allow you to grow from seed all the way through t harvest without having to change lights. They come with a waterproof driver with a dimming knob so you can easily dim the LED for seedlings and vegetative growth.
These lights use just 240w of power (at full power) but they can be compared to much higher wattages of traditional grow lights.
For the vegetative stage, we recommend a footprint of 100x100cm and a flowering footprint of 60x90cm.
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OrganicGrower (verified owner) –
I love this light, very easy to put together, doesn’t run very hot at all and it’s lighter than I thought it was gonna be, but more than anything I can say that the customer service of growboxau is second to none, gives educated answers and doesn’t just fob you off. Will definitely buying another one of these lights for my tent.
Tom Mendey (verified owner) –
Damian (verified owner) –
Works good ad great quality, only problem is I need another one.
It’s a great light on the cheap. I can’t fault the technology within this light, however, people should be made aware that you need to connect wires to the board. You can feed the wires over the heatsink and the process is easy enough, it’s just that it seems the cheapest option the provider could do. If I were them I would attach the wires myself and glue gun the cord to the light. Just a thought. Realising that the light didn’t have a preattached cord was a bit of a shock. Also, the light is slightly short for a 2 by 4 grow tent, but would still be adequate. I would love to see a par test on this light. I think overall its coverage would be pretty good. All I can say is this light was constructed by someone who wanted the best components but wanted them to be put together on the cheap. Honestly, I don’t mind that, but the fact that they lazily want you to attach the cord doesn’t bode well. The best thing about this light is that it may be assembled in Australia. Also, where’s the grow box review on youtube. Bugger it, I’ll create one.