Light mover automation is an imperative piece of the growroom set-up, and the more we computerize, the better. With only a bit of planning, planters can free themselves and have certainty that the mechanization is working impeccably. With recipes for success continuously implemented, planters can progress with enhanced growth rates and yield numbers.
Complete Grow Light System Control
Automation in our growroom gives us that additional layer of protection and flawlessness. Furthermore, with grow light systems automated on light movers, planters would now be able to expect substantially higher standards with regards to results.
At the end of the day, we see an even, high return result from those splendidly keyed in factors. Consistent quality and yield results are what makes a difference and robotic light mover automation can furnish planters with that control.
Mechanization is likewise about decreasing human mistakes, bringing about fewer errors in the growroom. Through automation, indoor growing systems can be dialed in for the correct outcomes required. In particular, a grow light system can be supercharged on light movers.
Farewell Hotspots, Farewell Shadows
The light mover grow light framework influences light as it identifies with distance when the grow lights are moved along the light mover rail—it wipes out shadows and hotspots.
Without the negative effect of hotspots and zoned light overkill, we would now be able to get our grow lights nearer for greatest photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) appropriate to the canopy.
It’s a case of the Inverse Square Law, which expresses the following: The more distance an object is from a light source, the impact of that light is geometrically decreased. Along these lines, a grow light that is very close is intense and viable. In any case, at five feet away (1.5 meters), that same grow light is just 50% as great.
Keep in mind, it’s geometrically diminishing, so at four feet away (1.2 m), the results are still poor and are quickly moving toward that 50% number.
Indeed, even at a few feet away (0.6-0.9 m), we are not utilizing the grow lights to their maximum capacity, despite the fact that that is what those light producers suggest. Notwithstanding, they are giving us these numbers thinking in stationary grow light terms.
Robotic Lights Reach Every Leaf
In the meantime, light movers likewise influence light as it identifies with leaf territory. When we move our develop lights along the light mover rails, each leaf region interfaces with the power of those grow lights. That collaboration is for the right timeframe for each leaf surface. This is called Leaf Area Index (LAI), and it is necessary for accomplishing maximum yield.
Light movers, which transform indoor grow lights into robotic moving lights, get every one of the leaves to associate and work for the benefit of the plant by getting that closer, quality, enhanced PAR indoor plant light to get to every one of the leaves at the right time.
30% More Area Covered
Light movers can cover no less than 30% more zone as opposed to stationary grow lights. Not only do they utilize mechanization in the growroom, including closer coverage for maximum PAR and more leaves working for the benefit of the plant, but they likewise enable each light to cover a greater amount of the growroom. That makes effectiveness and can reduce electricity and maintenance costs.
Robotic light movers give a definitive automation and that automation is in the region where it is most needed.