Categories Grow Lights
HPS assemblies including socket, bulbs, ballast as well as CFL bulbs and all recommended accessories.
LED lights are the latest generation of highly efficient lighting solutions for the home user. They combine desirable properties such as color fastness and energy efficiency in a compact, superior product.
Grow Lights / Light bulbs for the illumination of plants. Those are lamps especially designed for the growing stage and/or the flowering stage. Plant grow light sources such as metal halide bulbs (MH) and High Pressure Sodium (HPS), as well as new energy-saving lamps and LED lighting. The right plant light for every application
All kinds of magnetic ballasts for high pressure light bulbs. These classic ballasts offer reliable technology and solid performance at a low entry price.
All kinds of electronic ballasts for bulbs from 150 to 1000 W.
A reflector is a valuable help to optimize plant lighting and guarantees ideal light production. Reflectors for indoor growing lighting are available in various designs. Mainly they deal with the reflection of light from the bulbs. In special cases, reflectors also have the task of dissipating heat or give you the ability to adjust the angle of reflection..
Sockets, lamp holders and complete mountings.
Technical devices and systems for automatic lighting control.
Accessories and spare parts for lamp kits and general illumination.
GIB Lighting is a German provider of ballasts and MH light bulbs. Especially popular are the ballasts of NXE series by GIB Lighting. Also very popular are the bulbs of the GIB Lighting Flower Spectre and Growth Spectre series thanks to their excellent price / performance ratio.
Lucilu is a european manufacturer of grow reflectors and ballasts. The reflectors by Lucilu are based on the well known Adjust-A-Wings reflector. Lucilu grow accessories convince with high quality workmanship and sophisticated technology.
Always keep in mind that plants need a high amount of the blue spectrum in the light during the growth phase, while in the flowering stage they need more light in the red spectrum.