High Pressure Sodium Light

Definition – What is the meaning of High Pressure Sodium (HPS)?

A high-pressure sodium (HPS) light is a kind of development light that is usually utilized for indoor planting. This specific light fortifies plant development by diffusing the bit of the electromagnetic range that is perfect for the entire procedure of photosynthesis. High pressure sodium lights are likewise used to keep the plants from becoming excessively spindly and long. It copies general outside conditions, particularly to the extent shading and temperature is concerned.

High Pressure Sodium Light explained by Bud Bionics   

In 1868, Andrei Famintsyn was the primary botanist to receive a high-pressure sodium light for indoor planting. This development light is ordinarily supported amid the conceptive and vegetative phases of planting. In these cases, horticulturalists might need to change the light range to upgrade development. For instance, a ruddy light may trigger a more powerful blossoming reaction in various kinds of plants.

Not at all like metal halide development lights, high pressure sodium lights have less carbon emanations. They additionally tend to last more. Most high-pressure sodium light frameworks ordinarily last between 12,000 to 24,000 hours.

A 400W knob can without much of a stretch cover a cultivating territory of roughly 15 square feet, while a 1000W globule can be utilized on a developing region of around 7×7 feet.

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