EconoLux ELPL E27 Screw-in Series LED Grow Lights

Introduction | ELPL-36W-E27-VG | ELPL-36W-E27-FL

Introduction
EconoLux ELPL 36W E27 Base grow lights in use

EconoLux Industries offers E26/E27, universal voltage, screw-in LED grow lamps with high PAR/PPFD light output, and a reasonably close match to the McCree curve.  These easy to use plant/grow lights are ideal for home growing applications, and for use with our other grow lights as side lights or fill lights.

Our ELPL E27 lamps have 36W of LEDs and offer an advanced spectrum with a close match to the McCree curve (75%) and the spectrum of sunlight, making them ideal for "full cycle" growing of seedlings, small plants, flowering plants, tomatoes, cucumbers, or kitchen herbs.  They are available in a VG (vegetative) type for growing leafy green plants, and in an FL (flowering) type for growing flowering and fruiting plants.

The EconoLux E27 lamps offer the best spectrum on the market today.  Below is a spectrum comparison between a typical 36W Blue/Red (black line with spectrum fill), the ELPL-36W-E27-VG (blue line), and the ELPL-36W-E27-Fl (pink line) LED grow lights.  The spectra have been overlaid with the McCree curve (dashed purple line) and the spectrum of sunlight (red line), both set to 75%.

 E27-VG & E27-FL Vs Typical Blue/Red LED Grow Light

As you can see, the EconoLux E27 base lamps offer a much better spectrum and higher PAR/PPFD than the typical competing E27 Blue/Red LED grow/plant light products available today.

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ELPL-36W-E27-VG Series LED Plant/Grow Lights

EconoLux ELPL-26W-E27 baseVG Type LED Grow Light The EconoLux Industries ELPL E27-VG, screw-in, LED plant/grow light is our 36W, multi band, full spectrum, grow light, with extra blue light for growing vegetative plants.  Easy and convenient to use, it can screw into any E26/E27 light bulb socket, and requires no reflector as the lights are equipped with internal 90 degree, high transmission lenses.  The ELPL E27-VG lamps will operate world wide on any 100VAC to 240VAC, 50/60 Hz power.  They produce 246.6 PAR/PPFD at a distance of 30.5cm, (1 ft) - that's 11.7 PPFD/Watt.

The ELPL-E27-36W-VG has 12 pieces of custom 3 Watt LEDs, each LED is equipped with a bypass circuit, such that in the event one LED fails, the other LEDs will continue operating.  The custom LEDs produce a spectrum with a reasonably close match to natural sunlight and the McCree curve (75%), the light that plants need for healthy growth.  The ELPL E27-VG grow light is ideal for home growing applications such as providing light for ferns, succulents, and other house plants, or for use in an indoor kitchen garden growing herbs (such as parsley, mint, basil, etc.), and other leafy green plants.  They can also be used as 'side lights' or supplemental lighting in conjunction with our other LED grow-lights.


ELPL-36W-E27-VG Spectrum

Spectrum: The ELPL-36W-E27 has a superior Full Spectrum (from 390nm to 740nm) of light, compared to the more common red/blue LED E27 lamps, which have a limited spectrum.  The VGtype spectrum offers a fairly close match to the spectrum of sunlight, and the McCree curve (about 75%).
   The chart below shows the ELPL-36W-E27-VG PPFD spectrum (light as plants respond to it - pink line with spectrum), overlaid with the McCree curve (dashed purple line set to 75%), and the spectrum of sunlight (red line at 75%).

ELPL-36W-E27-VG LED grow light Spectrum Vs. McCree Curve

The graphs below (from our plant light spectrometer), shows the standard spectrum (human eye response), and the PPFD spectrum (plant response).

ELPL-36W-E27-VG standard Vs. PPFD spectrums

The graphs below (from our plant/grow light spectrometer), measuring in PPFD (PAR)*, shows a comparisons of the ELPL-36W-E27-VG spectrum to various standard curves for Chlorophyll A & B, and Beta Carotene - the main light absorbing compounds in plants responsible for growth.

ELPL-36W-E27-VG LED Grow light comparison spectrums

As you can see, the match to these plant absorption curves is very close.

ELPL-36W-E27-VG type PAR/PPFD chart:

ELPL-36W-E27-VG LED Grow light PAR/PPFD Chart

ELPL-36W-E27-VG, 36W Screw-in LED Grow Light - Technical Specifications

Parameter Value Notes
 AC Power: 100~250VAC, 50/60Hz  "Universal" type PSU/Driver - E26/E27 Base  PF = 0.98 - high power factor saves energy
 Nominal Wattage: 36 Watts  12 pieces of 3W LEDs
 Actual Wattage: 20 Watts  20 Watts from the light socket at 240V
 Bands / Wavelengths: 12 pieces of 3W LEDs  UV-A, deep blue, blue, light blue, green, yellow, orange, light red, dark red, IR (Infra Red)
 Beam-spread: 90 degree lenses  High Transmission lens on each LEDs
 Average PAR/PPFD:* 283.5 PAR / 283.5 μmol/M2/S#  320.5 @ 15cm (6”);  246.6 @ 30.5cm (12”) using a PAR/PPFD meter
 Lifespan: 50,000 Hours  2 year limited warranty
 Lux Output: 12,744 Lux  Measured with a CIE calibrated (standard) light meter @ 30.5cm (12")  Lumens/Lux are for Humans, PAR/PPFD are for plants
 Protection: Bypass devices  Each LED equipped with a bypass device - in the event one fails, the other LEDs will continue operating
 Usage Location: INDOOR use ONLY  Rated IP=43
 Certifications: CE + RoHS  CE and RoHS certified
 Dimensions:  12.2cm diameter X 13.5cm height  (4.8" diameter X 5.32" inches height)
 Weight: 0.47 Kg  1.03 Lbs
* PPFD: Lighting for plants is different from lighting for humans. Light energy for humans is measured in lumens, with light falling onto a surface measured as illuminance with units of lux (lumens per square meter) or footcandles (lumens per square foot). Light energy for plants, on the other hand, is measured as photosynthetic Active Radiation (PAR), with light falling onto a surface measured as photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD). - http://docs.agi32.com/AGi32/Content/adding_calculation_points/PPFD_Concepts.htm
# Note:  PAR/PPFD* output will vary according to the distance from the light  fixture.
 
 EconoLux -36W-E27 LED Grow-Light A/B Test Video
  

A short video showing the ELPL-36W-E27-VG 20W LED grow light in a head-to-head test against a typical cheap Blue/White/Red 20W E27 LED lamp, growing beans and lettuce.
   As you can see in the video, the plants under the ELPL-VG lamp are growing faster and better.

 

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ELPL-36W-E27-FL Series LED Plant/Grow Lights

ELPL-26W-E27 base Flowering Type LED Grow Light The EconoLux Industries ELPL-36W-E27-FL, screw-in, LED plant/grow light is our 36W, multi band, full spectrum, grow light, with extra red light for growing fruiting or flowering plants.  Easy and convenient to use, it can screw into any E26/E27 light bulb socket, and requires no reflector as the lights are equipped with integrated 90 degree, high transmission lenses.  The ELPL E27-FL lamps will operate world wide on any 100VAC to 240VAC, 50/60 Hz power.  It produces 256.4 PAR/PPFD at a distance of 30.5cm, (1 ft) - that's 12.2 PPFD/Watt.

The ELPL-E27-36W-VG has 12 pieces of custom 3 Watt LEDs, each LED is equipped with a bypass circuit, such that in the event one LED fails, the other LEDs will continue operating.  The custom LEDs produce a spectrum with a reasonably close match to natural sunlight and the McCree curve (75%), the light that plants need for healthy growth.  The ELPL E27-FL grow light is ideal for home growing applications such as providing light for flowering succulents, and other house plants, or for use in an indoor kitchen garden growing cherry tomatoes, baby cucumbers, and other flowering or fruiting plants.  It can also be used as 'side lights' or supplemental lighting in conjunction with our other LED grow-lights.


ELPL-36W-E27-FL Spectrum

Spectrum: The ELPL-36W-E27-FL has a superior Full Spectrum (from 390nm to 740nm) of light, with extra red light, compared to the more common red/blue LED E27 lamps, which have a very limited spectrum.  The FL type spectrum offers a fairly close match to the spectrum of sunlight, and the McCree curve (about 75%).
   The chart below shows the ELPL-36W-E27-FL PPFD spectrum (light as plants respond to it - pink line with spectrum), overlaid with the McCree curve (dashed purple line set to 75%), and the spectrum of sunlight (red line at 75%).

ELPL-36W-E27-FL LED grow light Spectrum Vs. McCree Curve

The graphs below (from our plant light spectrometer), shows the standard spectrum (human eye response), and the PPFD spectrum (plant response).

ELPL-36W-E27-FL standard Vs. PPFD spectrums

The graphs below (from our plant/grow light spectrometer), measuring in PPFD (PAR)*, shows a comparisons of the ELPL-36W-E27-VG spectrum to various standard curves for Chlorophyll A & B, and Beta Carotene - the main light absorbing compounds in plants responsible for growth.

ELPL-36W-E27-FL LED Grow light comparison spectrums

As you can see, the match to these plant absorption curves is very close.

ELPL-36W-E27-FL type PAR/PPFD chart:

ELPL-36W-E27-FL LED Grow light PAR/PPFD Chart

 

ELPL-36W-E27-FL, 36W Screw-in LED Grow Light - Technical Specifications

Parameter Value Notes
 AC Power: 100~250VAC, 50/60Hz  "Universal" type PSU/Driver - E26/E27 Base  PF = 0.98 - high power factor saves energy
 Nominal Wattage: 36 Watts  12 pieces of 3W LEDs
 Actual Wattage: 20 Watts  20 Watts from the light socket at 240V
 Bands / Wavelengths: 12 pieces of 3W LEDs  UV-A, deep blue, blue, light blue, green, yellow, orange, light red, dark red, IR (Infra Red)
 Beam-spread: 90 degree lenses  High Transmission lens on each LEDs
 Average PAR/PPFD:* 294.8 PAR / 294.8 μmol/M2/S#  333.2 @ 15cm (6”);  256.4 @ 30.5cm (12”) using a PAR/PPFD meter
 Lifespan: 50,000 Hours  2 year limited warranty
 Lux Output: 12,744 Lux  Measured with a CIE calibrated (standard) light meter @ 30.5cm (12")  Lumens/Lux are for Humans, PAR/PPFD are for plants
 Protection: Bypass devices  Each LED equipped with a bypass device - in the event one fails, the other LEDs will continue operating
 Usage Location: Indoor use ONLY  Rated IP=43
 Certifications: CE + RoHS  CE and RoHS certified
 Dimensions:  12.2cm diameter X 13.5cm height  (4.8" diameter X 5.32" inches height)
 Weight: 0.47 Kg  1.03 Lbs
* PPFD: Lighting for plants is different from lighting for humans. Light energy for humans is measured in lumens, with light falling onto a surface measured as illuminance with units of lux (lumens per square meter) or footcandles (lumens per square foot). Light energy for plants, on the other hand, is measured as photosynthetic Active Radiation (PAR), with light falling onto a surface measured as photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD). - http://docs.agi32.com/AGi32/Content/adding_calculation_points/PPFD_Concepts.htm
# Note:  PAR/PPFD* output will vary according to the distance from the light  fixture.


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