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SANlight Q1W

Maximum flexibility, even in the smallest rooms

The SANlight Q1W Led module has been designed for the home and hobby sector. It offers maximum flexibility, especially for smaller areas of plant cultivation. The combination of high-quality luminaires and a bespoke supply technology guarantee a high light output with a long service life and high energy efficiency. Passive cooling increases the reliability and there is no operating noise.

A universally applicable light spectrum enables the growing of young plants and seedlings as well as the successful breeding of flowering and early plants.

The Q1W serves as illumination for smaller cultivation areas as a “spotlight” for single plant applications and as an extension for existing lighting concepts. Depending on growth stage and plant genre, the light intensity per unit of area can be adjusted by the number of individual modules. Thus, you are always able to create the optimal illumination solution for your individual cultivation requirements.

Technical Data Overview

• 120 µmol/s BPF
• Broadband full spectrum
• 50W Power Draw
• 90° Beam Angle
• Modul-Efficiency > 2,7µmol/J
• 3 Years Full Warranty
• 90% Light-Output after 100.000h of operating
• Compact Luminaire
• Passive and soundless cooling
• Protection class IP40

Typical applications

  • Cultivation of ornamental and crop plants, including fruit production in very small rooms.
  • Energy-saving and compact additional lighting for optimal growth, flower production and yield maximization
  • Hibernation lighting
  • Assimilation lighting for weak plants (without heat stress)
  • For the rooting of cuttings and young plants
  • ideal as a “spotlight” for single plant applications, as well as illumination for smaller areas

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PMMA Secondary optics – directs each photon precisely onto the target area and protects the LED chips from contamination.

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The latest OSRAM LED chips with a lifespan of over 100,000 hours.

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Compact aluminum heat sink. Ensures low temperatures of the LED chip and noiseless operation.

FOR INDOOR USAGE

FOR TOPLIGHTING

FOR VEGETATIVE AND GENERATIVE GROWTH

FOR TINY CULTIVATION AREAS

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