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The Nanolux 18W LED (Twin Pack) perfectly replaces a T5 fluorescent light fixture. Nanolux 18W LED bars deliver a superior spectrum that is specially tailored to promote quicker rooting and overall plant health.

Full digital circuit ballast with maximum efficiency up to 93%

Pure aluminum alloy material is applied to help dissipate heat. Height and amount of crenate coolers (heat dissipation) are calculated accurately by thermodynamic technology. Products undergo rigorous testing to keep long-term safety and stability.

Reflector applies special material to achieve 97% reflectivity

It’s convenient and easy for users to regularly remove and clean, and easier to maintain the reflector. This design achieves the highest efficiency of lighting. Reflector can enhance deeper penetration, which enables irradiation more evenly and guarantees the best angle for planting illumination area.

Ceramic socket with better insulation & non-flammability

Alumina 95 ceramics with better hardness, high temperature and pressure resistence and non-flammability is applied for the socket that matches Nanolux patented design.

The unique structure design is convenient and easy for users to replace and maintain the lamp and to guarantee the safety of production and management.

NCCS – your smart control system

The NCCS – Nanolux Cloud Control System provides precise control for all devices in a grow room through its simple and intuitive APP. At the heart of it is a software program that allows you to specify all of the parameters of your lighting and environmental control settings in your grow room.

Wide voltage range input

Applicable for voltage ranging from 120V-240V with excellent adaptability in different power supply conditions.

Additional information




• Use high quality chips
• Single bar PPF ≥40 umol/s
• Wide input voltage 120V-277V
• Light weight design
• Waterproof lP65
• Each 18W (0.15A on 120V) daisy chain, up to 25 bars on 3.75A circuit
• Verified red and blue specrum is applicable for verfical planfing and use of seedlings