The Juno Pro 1800 LED from Maxibright is both affordable and incredibly powerful. This 720w unit boasts a very high total light output of 1800 umol/s (PPF) and is optimised to cover up to a 1.5m x 1.5m area. It features 6 LED bars which provide a uniform, full spectrum light with added red spectrum for enhanced flowering. As with all Maxibright products, this fixture is built to the same standard of uncompromising quality and can easily outperform other more expensive brands!
It is proven that the 'bar' style of LED provides the best overall results from an LED light. Due to the size of the unit there are no lenses needed to help spread the light and ultimately drop the PPF. The Juno measures 1130mm x 1100mm x 40mm, making a single light setup possible in the ever popular 1.2m x 1.2m sized grow tent, but for the very best results we suggest one light per 1.5m x 1.5m. The entire fixture folds in half for very easy transportation and unlike other LED units on the market it is truly plug and play and requires zero assembly of any kind. Being only 40mm tall allows it to maximise the useable height in any grow space.
The Juno uses all new MaxiLED chips. These high quality chips have been had picked by Maxigrow and will provide the perfect spectral output for heavy yielding plants. Each unit comes complete with a remote dimmer allowing you to adjust the light from 25% - 50% - 75% - 100% power. This is especially useful for when growing young plants that do not require as much light as a more mature flowering plant. For multiple light setups, Juno fixtures can be linked together and controller via the Juno LED Lighting Controller for the ultimate control over your grow room.
How To Use The Maxibright Juno LED
We suggest keeping the Maxibright Juno LED at a minimum of 55cm from your canopy, this can of course be increased depending on the needs of your plants. For young plants start off on a lower power setting such as 25% or 50% and monitor them, then gradually increase to full power for flowering.
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