Light movers are mechanical devices that move grow lights in a fixed pattern over a garden. They can increase the coverage light by 140%. The real advantage, is MUCH more light is available to the plants when the light is in motion.
With stationary lights, all that is shaded will remain in the shade, with a mover the light hits the plants from all angles, giving better coverage and therefore increased yields.
Light movers also allow the bulb to be closer to the tips of the plants without negative effects like burning - much more light from the bulbs is able to penetrate the canopy, maximising growth.
Successfully utilising a light mover provides:
The Jupiter 2 Light Mover
The Jupiter 2 light mover effectively reduces shading and provides increases of around 20% to your yield. The science behind this product relates to the plants containing phytochromes, photoreceptors that control physiological and developmental reactions to fluctuations of red and far red light.
Manufactured since 1990, the Jupiter II Light Mover is the most robust and reliable light mover available today.
This product is supported by a great web site with a wealth of useful information for the end user. You can watch their video below:
2 meter rail for 1 light
2m rail, no crossbar
2 - 3 lights with crossbar.
2m rail, 2m crossbar
2 lights running in line
4m rail, light move along the same rail with a 2m pushrod.
4 - 6 lights on 2 crossbars and 4 metre rail.
You can fit up to 3 lights on each crossbar. The 2 crossbars are attached with a 2m pushrod.
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