Empress

Empress

Empress

The Dutch Powerhouse Empress is available in various light spectra with a wide or narrow beam angle: this means that the most optimal light uniformity can be achieved for every type of crop.

The Dutch Powerhouse LED fixtures of Oreon operate on an active water-cooling system, which brings a number of advantages. For example, there is no  radiant heat from the lamps, which results in a more stable climate and also makes it easier to maintain the temperature and CO2 values in the greenhouse. An additional economic advantage here is the possibility to reuse the recovered warmth. In addition, active water-cooling ensures a low operating temperature of the lamp, which benefits both the light output and the service life of the driver and LEDs.

The Empress has all the qualities and characteristics that make Dutch Powerhouses from Oreon so popular, from the robust design, the glass LED cover and IP67 certification, to the low operating temperature and ease of maintenance.

Empress

HIGH LIGHT OUTPUT

Light output up to 2230 μmol/s. Existing HPS lamps can be replaced or you can opt for a hybride solution.

HIGH EFFICIENCY

The Empress is >75% more efficient compared to traditional HPS lamps. (1.7 vs. 3.4 μmol/J).

MINIMAL SHADING EFFECT

Despite the high light output, the fixture is compact so less sunlight will be blocked.

HEAT CONTROL

The LED fixtures give off a minimal amount of heat as a result of the continuous water-cooling, making sure the temperature inside the greenhouse remains constant.

OPTIMAL SPECTRUM

The right proportion of red and blue light allow the Empress to produce the most efficient spectrum per crop.

LIFESPAN

L90 B05 - 50,000h

Specifications

  • PHOTON FLUX2230 μmol/s
  • EFFICIENCY3,4 μmol/J
  • POWER670 Watt (±5%)
  • VOLTAGE RANGE200-480 VAC
  • COOLING LIQUIDWater
  • COOLING LIQUID TEMPERATUREFrom dew point to 113˚F | 45˚C
  • HEAT IMPARTED ONTO COOLING SYSTEM PER FIXTURE±275 W
  • LIFESPANL90 B05 - 50,000 uur
  • WARRANTY5 years
  • CERTIFICATIONcMETus, UL.
Empress
Empress

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