- Head Grower – High Technology Organic Greenhouse
- Import and Export Sales Manager
- Sales Manager - US
- Grower | Cannabis
- Key Account Manager (f/m/d) - Full-time
- Vice President of Growing Operations
- Account Manager - Canada
- Account Manager - United States
- Procurement Manager Blueberries
- International Fruit Trader
"Grow a full crop of vegetables off a solar grid with Full Spectrum HP4S Grow Lights"
Alta LED technology is a LED Component Company that specializes in high performance LED's. They've currently released their full spectrum chip line that is being marketed as an LED Component around the world to the OEM Industry, and can replace up to 1000 watt high pressure sodium and 1500 watt metal halide, using less energy. "Our process will eliminate RGB from the face of the earth when it comes to growing, and also HPS and MH. We are the solution for growing anything in the world that the sun can grow, our spectrums, intensity, energy, and radiation confirms that," says John Klena. "We have growers over the last 2 years including universities that have grown the hardest strains of marijuana, tomatoes, flowers, stevia, herbs, and so on."
Currently Alta LED is manufacturing a chip array line of full spectrum chips that include 20W, 50W, 100W, 150W, 300W, 500W in a single COB.
The Full Spectrum HP4S Grow Light Series is perfect for all types of growing from the initial veg stages all the way through the flowering process without switching fixtures. They can also be used in the upcoming medical marijuana industry. "We know that growing Cannabis requires high intensity, high radiation, and lots of spectrum from 600-800 to flower with high yield and results. There are no other LED companies that have created LED chips with our intensity and above 620 nanometers. We are innovators who have a different process in making these chips and that's why we can manage to create grow lights with a 600-800 nanometer spectrum."
Yet, also with these Full Spectrum HP4S Grow lights, the problem of heat loss in the greenhouse occurs. The lamps create 70% less heat to produce the required intensity and spectrum, so additional heating may still be necessary. "You have to figure out if saving 900 watts an hour is worth adding a little heat to your greenhouse," says John.
For more information
John Klena, President and CEO
T: +1 909-397-8914
F: +1 909-397-8921
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