Bavagreen 240w with UV, R, IR Field Test & Review

Bavagreen 240w with UV, R, IR Test Results

Usable PPF

  • 513

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Efficiency

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    Efficiency Rating

Power
Draw

  • 257.9

Cost
Efficiency

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Harvest
Potential

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Power
Draw

  • 257.9

Harvest
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Coverage

  • 0.0
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Ideal Hanging Height

  • 16
  • 41

Manufacturer's Data

  • Power Draw: 240
  • PPF: 588
  • Efficiency: 2.45

Ideal Hanging Height

  • 16
  • 41

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PAR Test Data

Test Date: January 8, 2020
Tested By: Shane Torpey
Power Draw: 257.9 watts
Test Area: 120 x 60cm (48 x 24in)
Hanging Height: 41cm (16in)
Max PPFD: 990µmol/m2
Average PPFD: 713µmol/m2
Low PPFD: 400µmol/m2
Light Distribution Score: B

PAR Test Data

Test Date: January 8, 2020
Tested By: Shane Torpey
Power Draw: 257.9 watts
Test Area: 120 x 60cm (48 x 24in)
Hanging Height: 41cm (16in)
Max PPFD: 990µmol/m2
Average PPFD: 713µmol/m2
Low PPFD: 400µmol/m2
Light Distribution Score: B

PAR Map

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Bavagreen 240w with UV, R, IR Review

The Bavagreen 240w LED uses quality components and produces impressive results. Shane had some questions about the build quality of the prototype that he was sent, but overall it is an impressive fixture at a great price.

The Bavagreen 240w fixtures come with and without the additional UV, Red and Infrared LED diodes. The model Shane tested had all the options. With this model it is possible to turn the supplementary lighting on or off. It is worth noting that the overall efficiency of the fixture was the highest when all the supplemental lighting was turned on.

The main diodes are Samsung LM 301b, which is a top of the line diode. It also comes with a high-quality Meanwell driver which features the ability to easily dim the fixture as Shane shows in the video above.

The Bavagreen 240w fixture itself is smaller than the Mars Hydro TSL 2000, which is designed to cover the same 2’ x 4’ space. Because it is a smaller fixture it has a wider range of PPFD values. In our test, the maximum PPFD was 990 and the lowest PPFD reading was 400. The coverage in the center section is excellent but it fades out at each end.

Final Word: If you are looking for a high efficiency, low cost LED fixture that features supplemental UV and IR then the Bavagreen 240w is tough to beat.

A Coco for Cannabis and Migro Collaboration

Our Grow Light Guide is a collaboration among Dr Coco and Dr Photon from Coco for Cannabis and Shane Torpey from Migro Lighting. At Coco for Cannabis, our mission is to help growers maximize the success of their cannabis crops by providing scientifically accurate information and sharing proven growing practices. We are excited to collaborate with Shane because he has earned a well-deserved reputation for doing fair and accurate grow light testing. We created this guide to share reliable grow light data and empower home growers with the best information about grow lights.

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