Electric Sky 180 vs Electric Sky 300
Battle of the Grow Lights: Electric Sky 180 vs Electric Sky 300
|Wattage: 200 watts||Wattage: 800 watts|
|Type of Light: LED||Type of Light: LED|
|Spectrum: Full||Spectrum: Full|
|Diode count: 460||Diode count: 864|
|Photon Efficiency: 2.4 umol/J||Photon Efficiency: 2.4 umol/J|
|Maximum Vegetation Footprint: 2.5 x 5 feet||Maximum Vegetation Footprint: 3.5 x 5 feet|
|Maximum Flowering Footprint: 2 x 4 feet||Maximum Flowering Footprint: 3 x 5 feet|
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The Electric Sky 180 and 300 are the Green Sunshine Co.’s bets for grow lights. They feature the same efficacy, but they’re designed for different uses. If you’ve been considering the Electric Sky, here’s what you need to know about these grow lights.
The Electric Sky 180 and 300 are almost similarly spec’d LED grow lights. They both are full-spectrum, but the differences lie in their capacities.
The Electric Sky 180 runs on 200 watts of power. It’s designed for slightly smaller footprints of up to 2.5 x 5 feet. It only uses 460 diodes on each fixture. The Electric Sky 300, meanwhile, uses 315 watts of power and covers a maximum footprint of 3.5 x 7 feet.
The Electric Sky 180 works best for smaller indoor spaces and those who need supplemental lighting. The Electric Sky 300 works best for medium grow areas and growers who need a powerful grow light.