The Mars SP-250 LED Grow Light Features:
|LED Diode Brand:||Epistar™ (HI-LED) High Intensity|
|Power Consumption:||240 V: 242 W ± 5%|
|Operating Requirements:||Input voltage: 85 V – 265 V|
|Coverage Area:||Flowering: 60 cm x 120 cm | Veg: 90 cm x 150 cm|
|Hanging Distance:||Seedling: 60 cm – 76 cm | Veg: 40 cm – 60 cm | Flower: 30 cm – 40 cm|
|Max yield:||2.5 g/watt|
|Included Hanging Accessories:||Clasps|
|Product Dimensions:||108 cm x 9 cm x 8 cm|
|Product Weight:||5.1 kg|
|Operating Temperature:||-20°C – 40°C|
|Peak PPFD Value:||632 uMol/m2/s|
|Compare to HPS/MH/HID:||400 watt|
|LED Lens Degree:||90°-120°|
|Spectrum:||450 – 475 nm 620 – 630 nm, 650 – 665 nm, 3 000 – 3 200 K, 6 000 – 6 500 K|
Mars SP-250 PPFD Chart
Reliable build quality: 3 year warranty
We manufacture our own Grow Lights. Every element that goes into our products must pass a stringent performance and durability test. The Mars SP Series features quality points such as: TOP-BIN Epistar™ (HI-LED), aircraft grade aluminum heat-sinks, steel casing, premium copper internal wiring and power cord. Following strict development guidelines and quality engineering is how we can offer such an extensive warranty on every grow light we carry. Buy with confidence, buy Mars Hydro.
The Mars SP-250 was released as the SP-200 on 12 December 2018 with the driver set to draw 200 W for maximum efficiency. However, after receiving feedback form early adopters, the decision was made to set the drivers to 250 W as the light efficiency is only 0.013 umol/j less while the total output increases.
Unfortunately, the increased power means more heat. The good news is that the power supply can be adjusted to 200 W or removed from the light and placed outside your grow tent if necessary.
Moving the driver out of your grow tent
You will need some wire, a Phillips screwdriver and another connector. We recommend using a waterproof connector similar to this one in order to keep the IP rating of the light. The video below can be used as a guide.
Adjusting the wattage of the driver
You will need a Phillips screwdriver and a watt meter. The video below can be used as a guide.