GR-RHINO-560-3500 New product
RHINO 560 V3 is a LED horticultural lighting ideal for growing and flowering plants indoors. It adapts perfectly to the growing box. Thanks to its Samsung LM301B LEDs and its 660nm red LEDs, it will help your plants to develop in the best conditions.
Rhino 560 is also dimmable (dimmer not provided).
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The horticultural LED panel Rhino Series 560 V3 is the ideal lighting to cultivate serenely indoors. Thanks to its Samsung LM301B LEDs (Quantum Board panels, 312), its full white spectrum and its 660nm deep red LEDs, it greatly optimizes plant development.
This lighting is ideal for a cultivation area of about 120cm x 120cm. It also has a waterproof power connector (IP67) and comes with a European plug.
It features a high-end MeanWell power supply.
Dimmable (dimmer not included).
Rhino 560 V3 is the perfect lighting for growing and flowering indoor plants. Designed specifically for indoor planting, this premium LED panel has a full spectrum white, which emits intense light.
Its horticultural spectrum provides significant penetration into the canopy of plants, to significantly optimize the development and therefore the crops that will follow. This LED lighting also consumes very low electricity, which is a significant advantage compared to other lamps on the market. Its consumption saves a lot of energy and money over the long term.
This product is guaranteed 2 years with replacement to new.
The RHINO SERIES product line uses high quality and powerful components for indoor growing. The LEDs used by these horticultural lamps are among the best LEDs on the market. Our horticultural panels are composed of Samsung LEDs, but also a MeanWell power supply. Thanks to their complete spectrum, these lights optimize the development of plants indoors. Each lamp also comes with a European plug for easy installation.
|Coverage area||Max 1,2m x 1,2m|
|LEDs||Samsung LM301 & Deep Red LEDs 660nm|
|Product includes||suspensions & MeanWell driver|
|Manufacturer's Warranty||2 years|