Neocision Elite 680 LED Grow Light
Neocision Elite 680 grow light fixtures feature a 20.6% blue spectra and 45.1% red spectra with a peak at 660nm for your flowering plants. This unique spectra mix creates stronger plants for nutrient uptake with maximized red for increased photosynthesis. Learn About Our Design Services
- Efficacy up to 2.85 Micromoles / J
- 1937 PPF per Fixture
- Industry Leading Horticulture LEDs
- RJ Port for Plug and Play Control Systems
- Folding Design for Fast and Easy Installation
- 7 Year Limited Warranty
Neocision Elite 680 LED Grow Lights
Designed For Optimized Yields
Most LED light manufacturers will recommend the same LED grow light for any application – racks, free hanging and even veg. We custom design LED grow lights to fit your application. Our Neocision Elite 680 light is designed for four-foot-wide racks with two choices of spectrum. Due to its high efficiency of 2.85 PPE while producing an industry leading 1937 PPF for fixtures under 700 watts, it can also be used effectively over benches.
• We start with a physical light fixture that fits four-foot-wide racks, by far the most popular rack width for growers on the market today. Four-foot-wide racks maximize plant layouts and can reduce operational costs by making it easier for workers to manage, trim and inspect the flowering plants.
• Our multiple hanging options allow for any airflow solution above the LED grow lights to promote better plant health. We strongly recommend under canopy airflow like Dual Draft, if possible.
• We can design custom length power cables to fit your rack and tier-spacing which reduces electrical installation costs while keeping wires organized and out of the way for workers.
• Our Neocision Elite 680 has increased blue spectrum to keep your plants shorter in racks and tighten internodal spacing by reducing plant stretch. Watch this Bruce Bugbee of Utah State University video on optimal spectrum for plant growth and development here! Increased blue will expedite your time to flower, keep your plant heights manageable and ultimately provide stronger plants for increased yields.
• Our Neocision lights are compatible with any 0-10V control system for light intensity management with built-in controller ports and controller cables included with every light.
• Unless you have 8 feet of spacing per tier, we recommend the Neocision Elite 680 light for racks as they deliver the perfect amount of PPF, a uniform PPFD and the proper amount of blue spectrum. We increase the red spectrum compared to other LED grow lights to maximize photosynthetic yields with denser buds. Too much PPF and not enough blue can lead to plants stretching and a drop in yield production as the plants over grow the space you prepared for them. If you are running tiers over 8 feet in height for flower, our Neocision Elite 750 can be used for increased yields and better canopy penetration you will need for taller plants.
LED Grow Light Design
As part of our Neocision LED grow light offering, we offer free lighting layouts for any grow area with more than 500 square feet of plant canopy. Lighting lay-outs are created using ElumTools, a software product built by Lighting Analysts that has a specific mode for horticulture, and is fully integrated with Autodesk Revit for architectural floor plans.
ElumTools supports a separate and specific mode for horticultural lighting calculations. When the software is set in Horticulture Mode, luminaires and fixtures can be assigned output in terms of PPF (Photosynthetic Photon Flux in µmol/s, typically provided by the luminaire manufacturer), or by PPF Factor (µmol/s/kilolumen) which can be computed from the spectral power distribution of the light source. All point-by-point calculations will then be expressed in terms of PPFD (Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density, µmol/(s.m2)), which measures the amount of PAR light reaching the plants at the top of the canopy.
All lighting layouts, once fixtures are ordered, can then be provided in CAD to your electrician and / or electrical engineer to reduce costly redundant work.