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Go Grow LED announces the release of their greenhouse series fixture

Go Grow LED, LLC announced the release of their 500W Greenhouse Series LED fixture.

The 500W Greenhouse Series LED fixture utilizes the same patent pending single high wattage chip design and cooling technology that has been so successful and progressive in the industry. The single 500W LED chip housed in the Greenhouse Series fixture packs a serious punch of power that has made it ideal for supplemental lighting in greenhouse applications.

"What sets our fixture apart from other LED’s lights is the single chip design. By engineering and using a single high wattage chip, we can produce enough power to project light 10 feet or 15 feet and still maintain enough photons to stimulate active growth,” says Scott McCormick, Managing Member of Go Grow LED.

Greenhouses across the United States have approached Go Grow LED because of the uniquely designed patent pending single chip technology. “We are proud to release our Greenhouse Series, designed for high mounting applications to meet the needs of our Greenhouse growers and potential customers,” states McCormick.

LED lights have struggled to capture the greenhouse market for supplemental lighting primarily due to the lack in power to project light and photons in high mounting applications. Traditional high pressure sodium (HPS) and metal halide (MH) lamps have long been the tried and true technology used in greenhouses, however, those lamps are also known for their high energy consumption and heat footprint. We look forward to more news and updates from Go Grow LED on their Greenhouse Series. For now, it appears as though they are on to something that may be capable of capturing this market.

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