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Sylvania Toledo Chroma Verde 4W

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The Sylvania Toledo Chroma Verde 4W is the perfect solution for those who want to illuminate the growing area during the night cycle.

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Sylvania
Availability: On stock
Code: ean0196

Delivery: 2 - 5 working days

12,20  Z vklj. DDV

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Description

The Sylvania Toledo Chroma Verde 4W is the perfect solution for those who want to illuminate the growing area during the night cycle. Each LED filament is coated with a unique coloured fluorescent phosphor that produces the most intense and saturated colours.

The A60 clear outer bulb ensures that there is no loss of light due to absorption from the coated glass bulbs, ensuring high luminance. Glass construction with no external lacquer coating to chip or scratch when used outdoors, ensuring long colour fastness.

Technical specifications TOLEDO RETRO CHROMA A60 GREEN E27 EN:

  • Pear-shaped lamp
  • E27 fitting/base
  • The lamp is transparent
  • General use GSP
  • ETIM class EC001959
  • Luminous flux (lm) 700
  • Colour of light Green
  • Photobiological hazard group RG1
  • Rated power (W) 4
  • Dimmable: NO
  • Protection class IP54
  • Resistance to water, dust and dirt

 

Origin: Belgium

Additional information

Weight 0,1 kg

Good to know

LIGHTING

Why lighting when growing plants indoors?

Light is important for plant development. Light duration is also a method to help plants from the growth phase to the flowering phase. As soon as the plants receive fewer hours of light per day, they prepare for the flowering phase.

Indoor lighting.

Light and electricity are important tools to support indoor plant cultivation. Light duration is also a method to help plants from the growth phase to the flowering phase. As soon as the plants receive fewer hours of light per day, they prepare for the flowering phase. So remember that a growing plant has a different exposure time than a flowering plant. In general, 18 hours of light is preferred for a growing plant and 12 hours for a flowering plant. This applies to both conventional grow lights and LED lighting. Things have changed with the advent of LED lighting. LED lighting emits less heat and the ideal temperature is easier to control.

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