Pro MAX Grow’s new Max2400 is a powerful white LED that was designed specifically for large-scale cannabis growing. The Max2400 is the product of more than seven years of collaboration between lighting engineers and cannabis cultivators, based on the principles developed by NASA to grow plants in space.
“We are proud to offer the Max2400, our IP65 certified cultivation light,” said Christie Lunsford, COO of Pro MAX Grow. “IP65 certification ensures the light’s functionality and integrity under high-pressure water environments, making it perfect for large-scale cultivation use.”
The new light technology is appropriate for vegetative and flowering cycles, and the fixture uses a uniform light distribution to produce consistent crops. It produces little to no heat and requires substantially less energy than a typical high-intensity discharge grow light, resulting in an efficient output that is cost-effective and environmentally friendly.

“Pro MAX Grow continues to be a steward of sustainability by producing RoHS compliant lights,” Pro MAX Grow CEO Jeff Gasman said. “The Max2400 is free of lead and mercury and features low wattage energy consumption.”

More information: www.promaxgrow.com.

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