Oreon, a Dutch-based innovative developer of high-end LED grow lights, presented its new fixture at the Fruit Logistica exhibition in Berlin, Germany. The latest model produces a light output up to 2080 μMol/s with an efficiency of 3.1 μMol/J.
The water-cooled Oreon Grow Light 3.0 has a light output of 2080 μMol/s and a power consumption of only 670W. This means 15 percent more light output and a 15 percent efficiency improvement compared to the previous generation Oreon LED, according to a press release. Less natural sunlight is blocked as well, according a press release.
Oreon LED fixtures operate on an active water-cooling system. There is no radiation heat from the lamps. An extra economic advantage is the opportunity to reuse the recovered energy. According to a press release, the active water cooling ensures a low fixture operating temperature which benefits both the light output and the lifetime of the driver and LEDs.