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200 Watt LED Grow Lights

If you're a serious grower looking for an efficient and cost-effective grow light, a 200-watt LED might be the perfect choice. These lights are popular among hobby growers because they provide the necessary power without consuming excessive energy.

Whether you're new to growing or looking to improve your current setup, Cultiiana offers high-quality LED grow lights at competitive prices. We provide excellent value for your money, making them an attractive option for growers on a budget.

Regardless of the specific light you choose, you can be confident that you're getting the best price and customer service when you shop with Cultiiana. Our team is dedicated to helping you find the right solution for your growing setup.

What is a 200 watt LED grow light equivalent to?

A 200-watt LED grow light is approximately equivalent to a 250-watt HPS light. However, the LED light will consume less power and produce less heat compared to the HPS light, 300-watt MH light, and 500-800 watts of CFL lighting.

How many plants can I grow with a 200W LED grow light?

Using the Sea of Green (SOG) method, you can grow 4-8 plants, using the Screen of Green (SCROG) method grow 1-2 plants and 1-3 plants under a traditional growing method.

How far should a 200 watt LED grow light be from?

Seedling stage: hang your 200-watt LED grow light about 24-36 inches (60-90 cm) above the top of the seedlings. As your plants grow and enter the vegetative stage, you can lower the light to about 18-24 inches (45-60 cm), and during the flowering stage, you can further lower the LED light to about 12-18 inches (30-45 cm).

How much does it cost to run a 200 watt LED grow light?

The amount of electricity consumed by a light fixture = Light fixture power (watts) * Light fixture operating time (hours) / 1000 When a 200-watt LED plant light is working at full load (i.e., 100% dimming) for 10 hours: 200 * 10 / 1000 = 2 kWh, which is equivalent to 2 units of electricity.
If the light fixture is not dimmed to 100% when working, calculate the actual power it is dimmed to, then multiply it by the working time, and finally divide by 1000 to obtain the electricity consumed.