At last, a LED grow lamp designed to maximize cannabis yield
The FGI Lightpanel 700V/B - the lamp cannabis plants love
Up to 25 Square Foot Canopy Coverage
Industry Leading Performance
Replaces 1000W HPS Fixture
Power Pass Through Optional
Natural White Light
Optimized spectrum to imitate the sun for happy plants
660nm Photo Kicker
Ideal PPFD output of PAR for strong growth
Ideally Suited for Indoor Horticulture
Architectural Brushed Aluminum Housing
Made in the USA Patent Pending
Fast shipping to your facility
Dimming and control with Cat6 Comm Board included
Designed to qualify for utility rebates
At Forever Green Indoors we are passionate about light. We’ve spent years studying how to maximize marijuana plant yield while also maintaining the potency consumers are looking for. We’ve analyzed every grow lamp on the market. From high pressure sodium to ceramic metal halide, from fluorescent to induction. We studied the ultimate grow lamp – our sun. We learned that we needed to create a lamp that provides all the grow benefits of the sun, while also providing the benefits of traditional grow lighting.
When used as directed the FGI Lightpanel 700 V/B provides the full spectrum of the sun and maximum energy through the entire plant growth phase. The result? Healthy, happy, high potency and high yielding cannabis plants.
Now included - advanced functionality. The CAT6 ComBoard allows for a robust all passive interface to standard dimmer and timers to allow for the controlling of DLI. Simple plug and play connections using standard CAT6 network cable provides a direct interface to 0-10V and PWM dimming of each individual fixture. Connect a full bank of LB or LP products to off the shelf 0-10V wall dimmers and have complete control over your DLI and PPFD at canopy!
The Lightpanel series is designed as an energy efficient alternative to traditional grow lighting. The Panels mimic the sun’s spectral efficiency and contain the spectral wavelengths of leading HPS lights while staying within the boundaries of the McCree Plant Sensitivity Curve. This curve can be placed over a spectral distribution chart to see how well a light source is designed to affect plant growth.