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Illumitex launches new PowerHarvest series
The PowerHarvest 14 will be utilized in supplemental or sole‐source lighting facilities where growers are looking to achieve a PPF as high as 1300 μmol/second. The light will be offered in various configurations to match the need of each customer. The fixture will be offered in the F3 spectrum, as well wattage of either 556 or 640 and
accommodate low and high voltage. These options were carefully selected to meet the needs of the constantly evolving controlled environment horticulture market.
“PowerHarvest 14 takes our field proven horticulture lighting platform to new levels of efficiency and output giving growers approximately 30% more light,” says Jeff Bisberg, CEO & President. “We are delivering the best light recipes to produce quality plants with high‐quality cost‐effective solutions. It is inevitable that LED will replace traditional lighting solutions in all horticulture applications and our PH14 brings us one step closer to realizing that goal.”
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