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100W 110V 220V Input Full Spectrum Plant Grow COB Led Beads Light Source 380-840NM High Power Integrated LED Emitter Lamp Lightings

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SKU:KW-CP100WFS (In stock)

Wavelength: 380-840NM
Voltage: 180-300V ( In stock) / 110V

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100W Integrated Full Spectrum LED Bulbs For Spotlight

 

 

Technical Parameters:

 

 

Wavelength: 380-840NM

Voltage: 180-300V ( In stock) / 110V(need customized, the dleivery time is about 3-5 working days)

Size: 120 * 112MM

Chip light-emitting surface size: 98 * 58MM

 

 

  • COB linear constant current floodlight light source
  • Electrical stability, circuit design, optical design, thermal design scientific and reasonable;
  • The use of heat sink technology to ensure that LED has the industry's leading heat lumen maintenance rate (95%);
  • Easy to support the secondary optical products to improve the quality of lighting;
  • High brightness, low light failure, high color, luminous uniform, no spot, healthy and environmentally friendly, soft light is not dazzling;
  • Cooling fast, easy to install, easy to use, reduce the difficulty of lighting design, saving lighting and follow - up maintenance costs;
  • High reliability, low power consumption, life expectancy greater than 30000H.

 

 

Package Contentment (Brand NEW) :

 

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Specifications
SKU KW-CP100WFS
Net Weight(g) 70
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