How do you make your cannabis plants thrive and yield more then you ever thought possible? The name of the game is “PAR” which is photosynthetically active radiation, or how intense your LED grow light is. To get a high PAR rating you need to look at a high quality technically advanced LED grow light system. The best broad-spectrum, high PAR output LED grow light available on the market today is the Advanced Platinum Series P1200 LED Grow Light. This is no little 300w led system. We are excited to include this lighting science in our grow lights guide.
Why we love the Advanced Platinum Series P1200 LED Grow Light
Until recently LED grow lights just couldn’t match the power of a 1000-Watt HPS grow system. Growers were tied to these high heat generating electricity sucking systems until the Platinum Series was released. The P1200 features extremely strong drivers that can match the plant growing energy of an HPS grow system while using 50% less electricity and that is rated for over 100,000 usable grow hours. Furthermore, the P1200 generates just 25% of the heat that a traditional HPS system would generate which makes your’re grow go a lot smoother.
Next, the Advanced Platinum Series P1200 LED Grow Light uses LEDs that cover a wide spectrum of colored light, 12 bands of light to be exact. They emit ultraviolet through infrared, and all the visible light in between. It’s like having the sun right inside your grow tent
The Platinum LED lets you choose between “Veg” and “Bloom” spectrums. Veg gently encourages your seedlings to develop leaves. Then Bloom kicks it up a notch to full power so your plants grow bigger buds during the flowering stage and yield more than ever.
We were also impressed by the fact that the P1200 LED drivers can work anywhere in the world because the system actually draws 110V or 220V.
The final reason to invest in the P1200 LED panel light is that it comes with a full 90-day money back guarantee and a full 5-year part and labor warranty.
More details about the Advanced Platinum Series P1200 LED Grow Light
Here’s where we dig a little deeper. Platinum LED says they source their LED bulbs from top manufacturers like CREE and Bridgelux. We did the research and found that these really are well-known and respected LED companies.
Then we wanted to know why Platinum LED went on about “top bin LEDs.” We discovered that LEDs sometimes vary in characteristics even though they are made in the same batch. “Top bin” means that the LEDs are matched in color, voltage, and flux. So, Platinum LED only uses bulbs that pass stricter quality controls.
Okay, color us impressed. In a world saturated with cheap knock-offs, here is a company that knows their stuff and cares about it, too. We also like that they take time to answer customer questions on retailer sites like Amazon.
For the smarty-minded
- The P1200 light panel weighs 46 pounds and measures 3 feet long by 19 inches wide and 3 inches high
- Contains 400 3-watt LED bulbs with 90° secondary focusing lens
- Core coverage at 18-inches is 5 feet by 4 feet; maximum light coverage at 18 inches is 6 feet by 5.5 feet
- Average power draw is 379 watts for “veg” and 690 watts for “bloom”
- You’ll need at least 6.3A of current for 110V and 3.1A for 220V
The Final Word
We recommend this LED grow light for commercial producers or serious home growers. If you only have a couple of plants, this is way more than you need. But if you plan to expand, get this one. You can add more panels as you add more plants.
This is an investment and the Advanced Platinum Series LED grow light Light includes a fantastic warranty. They stand by their products with a 90-day money back guarantee and a whopping 5-year full warranty information on the system itself. That’s 5 years of growing worry free!
- Superior 12 band spectrums for all growth stages
- 5-year warranty guaranteed and 90-day money back guarantee
- Recently updated aluminum heat sinks
- Includes built-in fans
- Two to three times the lumen output of other LED lights
- USA-made LEDs
- Spectrum IR included
- Not a true full spectrum lighting
- May require additional reflective surfaces on walls or around lights for full foliage coverage
- Must purchase hangers separately