Genoa – Supplemental Fruiting, Narrow Grow Light

The Genoa LED Grow Light range from IHS has been designed for easy installation in polytunnels and smaller greenhouses. Genoa’s lightweight design combines an integrated heatsink for optimal thermal management, with a tailored optical design and industry leading LEDs from ams OSRAM. Numerous light recipes are available to meet a wide range of horticultural grow lighting demands, as either the primary light source or as a supplement to natural daylight. For specific requirements, custom light recipes (wavelength combinations) can be created.

The GENOA-SUPFRUIT-NARROW-CASED-1CH-01. mix of LEDs has been developed to create the fruit body. The spectra has been designed to replicate the crucial wavelengths for the intended application. The assumption is that the growing environment receives little or no daylight with these products providing the primary source of essential wavelengths. They contain 366 OSRAM OSCONIQ P2226s, which are industry leading LEDs mixing Neutral White, Hyper Red and Far Red technologies to give the targeted fruiting  response.

With a built-in lens giving a 60 degree coverage, large areas of target plants can be covered with a single Genoa product. The design of GENOA-SUPFRUIT-NARROW-CASED-1CH-01. enables a very simple installation process with a 100-240VAC mains input that can be installed by any standard electrician: no complicated wiring or processes are required. With a mounting eye included, and the grow light weighing only 4kg, installation is very simple in any end application.

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Applications

  • Horticultural lighting

  • Environmental chambers

  • Propagators

  • Indoor farming

  • Polytunnels

  • Small greenhouses

  • Indoor home growing

  • Schools and universities

  • Research institutes

Custom Product Options

Where the GENOA-SUPFRUIT-NARROW-CASED-1CH-01. is specifically designed to encourage fruiting in environments with no daylight, our standard Genoa product range caters for a great number of growth objectives, with and without daylight. If you do not see the recipe you require, we can easily customise the light mix for you. We have a simple online tool available for making this customisation process as simple as possible.  Please visit the Pick Your Own (PYO) page on our website or get in touch for further options.

Specifications

Light Type

LED OSCONIQ P2226 366 pieces

Spectrum

60% White (CRI70/4000K), 30% Hyper Red (660nm) , 10% Far Red (730nm)

Input Voltage

100-240VAC , 50/60Hz , auto-sensing

Input Power

213W

Maximum Ambient Temperature

35˚C

Thermal Management Type

Passive via integral aluminium heatsink

Dimming

None

Light Distribution

60×60 degrees

Power Factor

>90%

Colour

Black

Installation

Hanging

Type of Protection

IP 65

Impact Resistance

IK08

Weight

4kg, including integrated power supply

Certifications

CE , UL , RoHS

Warranty

2 years

Spectral Characteristics Calculations Explained

Below you will find specific photometric information for GENOA-SUPFRUIT-NARROW-CASED-1CH-01. This includes:

  • Spectral Power
  • Spectral Output
  • Spectral Distribution patterns.

These three sets of spectral measurements have been obtained by testing a standard production unit, rather than a ‘special’ engineering unit. All readings were carried out in IHS’s in-house test facility in order to provide real life values that you can feel comfortable to use in your own calculations.

The GENOA-SUPFRUIT-NARROW-CASED-1CH-01. was suspended using a single chain and powered according to our Genoa installation manual.

The height of the unit was then varied so the front face of GENOA-SUPFRUIT-NARROW-CASED-1CH-01., that is at lens level, was measured to the sensor level at varying increments : 300mm, 600mm, 900mm, 1200mm and 1500mm.

The unit was powered and left switched on for 2 hours before readings were taken to ensure thermal stability within the product had been achieved. Ambient temperature stood at approximately 20°C, whereby the average heatsink temperature increase was noted to be 50°C after stabilisation.

The spectral output graph below shows the percentage in flux for each wavelength. For example if 660nm shows 90% and 455nm shows 10%, then you know the ratio of 600nm to 455nm is 2:1.

The spectral power illustration below represents the umol/m2/s reading taken at the central point at each of the varying heights. This value corresponds to a reading area of 100mm2.

The spectral distribution patterns provided below for each of the varying heights show the total umol/m2/s readings taken at 100mm intervals. If you look at the central value, the number either side depicts the umol/m2/s reading 100mm further out from the centre.

So a 0.5m2 area is shown on the chart as 5×5 squares.


Spectral Output

Spectral Power

Spectral Power and Distribution Patterns

Technical Drawing

Genoa Tech Drawing

Important Precautions

  • The LED module when powered up, are very bright. Thus it is advised that you do not look directly at them. Turn the LED module away from you and do not shine into the eyes of others.

  • LED modules, when operated, can reach high temperatures thus there is a risk of injury if they are touched.

  • DO NOT HOT PLUG ON LED SIDE OF POWER SUPPLY.
  • DO NOT TOUCH or PUSH on the LED as this can cause irreparable damage.

 

Safety Information

  • The LED module itself and all its components must not be mechanically stressed.

  • Assembly must not damage or destroy conducting paths on the circuit board.

  • To avoid mechanical damage to the connecting cables, the boards should be attached securely to the intended substrate. Heavy vibration should be avoided.

  • Observe correct polarity! Depending on the product, incorrect polarity will lead to emission of red or no light. The module can be destroyed!

  • Pay attention to standard ESD precautions when installing the LED module.

  • Damage by corrosion will not be accepted as a materials defect claim. It is the user’s responsibility to provide suitable protection against corrosive agents such as moisture and condensation and other harmful elements.

  • For outdoor usage, a housing is definitely required to protect the board against environmental influences. The design of the housing must correspond to the IP standards in the application. It is also the responsibility of the user to ensure any housings or modifications keep the Tc junction temperature to within stated ranges.

  • To also ease the luminaire/installation approval, electronic control gear for LED or LED modules should carry the CE mark and be ENEC certified. In Europe the declarations of conformity must include the following standards: CE: EC 61374-2-13, EN 55015, IEC 61547 and IEC 61000-3-2 – ENEC: 61374-2-13 and IEC/EN 62384.

  • The evaluation of eye safety occurs according to the standard IEC 62471:2006 (“photobiological safety of lamps and lamp systems”). Within the risk grouping system of this CIE standard, the LED specified in this data sheet falls into the class “moderate risk” (exposure time 0.25s). Under real circumstances (for exposure time, eye pupils, observation distance), it is assumed that no endangerment to the eye exists from these devices. As a matter of principle, however, it should be mentioned that intense light sources have a high secondary exposure potential due to their blinding effect. As is also true when viewing other bright light sources (e.g. headlights), temporary reduction in visual acuity and afterimages can occur, leading to irritation, annoyance, visual impairment and even accidents, depending on the situation.

Installation and Mounting

For details about the installation and mounting of the Genoa Grow Lights please refer to our documentation.

Genoa Grow Lamp – Installation Manual

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