Spider Farmer SF7000 vs SE7000
Battle of the Grow Lights: Spider Farmer SF7000 vs SE7000
|Power Consumption: 650 Watts||Power Consumption:730 Watts|
|Spectrum: Full-spectrum||Spectrum: Full-spectrum|
|Total PPF Output:1786 µmol/s||Total PPF Output:2045 mol/s|
PAR Efficiency:2.8 µmol/j
|PAR Efficiency: 2.8 µmol/j|
|Voltage: 100-277 V||Voltage: 100-277 V|
|Warranty: 5 Year||Warranty: 5 Years|
When it comes to LED grow lights, Spider Farmer is one of the best-known names on the market. It's not hard to see why—the company has been around since 2009 and has expanded its reach globally. Their headquarters are located in Alhambra, California and they have warehouses located around the globe. Spider Farmer is an official Samsung partner, allowing them to supply their top-of-the-line diodes to customers who want to purchase one of their products.
For this review, we will compare two of Spider Farmer's most popular models: The SF7000 and SE7000. Additionally, we'll talk about their manufacturing and quality performance as well as the qualities that make them so appealing to growers all over the world.
The output and efficiency of Spider Farmer SE7000 LED grow light operate at 730 watts with an output of 1920 mol s-1, achieving an amazing efficacy of 2.75 mol s-1 per watt, promising maximum yields and profits. SE7000 comes with 2688 pcs Samsung LM301B Diodes. With its upgraded 3-channel spectrum (650-665nm Osram Red Light, 4800-5000K Blue Light, and 2800-3000K Warm White Light), this grow light can deliver the ideal spectral output at every stage of growth, accelerating and improving the health of your plants. Additionally, the SE7000 allows you to conveniently control all of your lights with just one controller while connecting up to 30 lights to work together.
Meanwhile, both the vegetative and flowering growth phases are taken into consideration when designing the SF7000 led grow light full spectrum(2800-3000K,4800-5000k,650-665nm). It has Samsung LM301B high energy efficient drivers with a photon efficiency of 2.8 umol/J and a commercial coverage of 5 x 5 feet, drawing 650w of power. Additionally, you can daisy-chain up to 15 SF-7000 lights using the daisy chain function. For large commercial growers, it is a piece of gospel that you only need to operate one lamp in order to control the other 15 lights.
To tell you the truth, both grow lights are almost identical in terms of spectral output, power consumption, and coverage. Both are best for commercial use as these grow lights can cover 5x5 feet of space with a single light. They are also highly energy efficient and give you the best light quality for your money.
However, it's noticeable that SE7000 can daisy chained more lights than SF7000. So, if you're looking for a commercial grow light that can cover more area with less power consumption, SE7000 is the right choice. Plus, the SE7000 has a removable light bar and its light is more uniform. But when it comes to price, SF7000 is cheaper.
So if you don't want to spend much but still would like to cover your plants with the best grow lights, SF7000 is your choice. But if you want an upgraded version of it, then you'd better go for SE7000. Either way, both are great choices for every commercial grower. Because with Spider Farmer grow lights, you can expect to have a successful and healthy harvest.