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Grow Plants with Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights



Growing indoors for anyone can be difficult. From beginners to enthusiasts the hardest task is recreating natural sunlight. However, with full spectrum bulbs it is now possible. Both fluorescent and LED bulbs can now produce light with a uniform spectrum. However, there are a few benefits to adopting LED grow lights over fluorescent. LED grow lights can produce a full spectrum of light while using half the energy of a fluorescent bulb.

C21GL-DE26-Full Spectrum LED Ceramic Grow Lights


What sets them apart?

What makes this light stand out is its full spectrum beam, the brightness of this beam and their design. A full spectrum beam not only provides great benefits to a plant by replicating natural daylight. The light it produces makes the light applicable to office and home environments. A lot of LED grow lights emit a purplish light that can be unpleasant to the eyes or distracting especially in offices. So full spectrum is the way to go.

The beam

The brightness and quality of the light produced for the amount of Watts it uses is unparalleled. The best feature of this light’s beam is that it is full spectrum. The spectrum of light distributed is: Blue (400-499nm) 19.46%, Green (500-599nm) 37.70%, Red (600-699nm) 36.23%, Far Red (700-780nm) 6.61% respectively. Blue light promotes the absorption of chlorophyll and carotenoid in order to boost root and stem growth. Red and Far red help with blooming and fruits. Green light is used to promote photosynthesis. So this light promotes well balanced uniform light that a plant would enjoy in its natural environment.  

SANSI Grow Light bulbs


One of the most important yet underutilized measurements when it comes to horticultural lighting. PPF or Photosynthetic photon flux measures the total amount of PAR produced by a lighting system each second. The unit used to measure this is μmol/s. This measurement is incredibly useful when looking at a grow light as it tells you how efficient the light is at producing PAR.

This measurement is not listed by many companies. However, SANSI does list this and the 40W Grow Light’s μmol/s is incredibly high. A whopping 98.28 μmol/s. This light is incredibly efficient at producing high quality light that promotes photosynthesis. The efficiency of this light stems from its unique design. As its design allows the light to produce a very powerful light while promoting very effective dissipation of heat.

Perfectly Engineered

Using Ceramic

First of all, what separates this grow light from the majority of others is its use of ceramic. Most LED grow lights use aluminum and glue the LED chips onto it using adhesives and PC boards. However, SANSI’s lights have been engineered to be different. Ceramic, unlike aluminum, is a non-conductive material, so the LED chips can be stuck directly onto the ceramic body. This allows for there to be less parts within the bulb resulting in less heat created and energy wasted. Overall, creating a more energy efficient bulb.

Honeycomb structure

The honeycomb design of this light is not only aesthetically pleasing. It was engineered this way. The honeycomb design has been used in numerous engineering and scientific applications. Now is its time for LED lighting. The honeycomb design not only promotes superior heat dissipation, it also contributes to the production and weight of the light. The adoption of using a ceramic honeycomb structure allows this light to use less material in production; making this light environmentally friendly right the way from creation to performing in the home.

Suitable for Entire Life Cycle

Full spectrum Grow lights are the future of indoor gardening. SANSI LED ceramic grow light bulbs are suitable for residential indoor farming that includes vegetation, flowering, and full cycle stages.


Technical Parameters

  • Model


  • Input Voltage


  • Wattage


  • Luminous Flux (lm)


  • Light Holder


  • IP Rating


  • Beam Angle