Unlike most LED grow light manufacturers, the Advanced Diamond Series XML 350 review uses new 10 watt Cree brand chips combined with Bridgelux 3 watt red and white LED Grow light chips for the best lighting possible. These USA made 10 watt Cree chips, are touted as the largest single chip LED of any other grow light available. The Advanced Diamond is equipped with both 10 W chips and also an array of 64 different 3w Bridgelux chips to accompany them. This is said to offer a bit more variety of lighting bands, which is effective for proper growth. The DS XML 350 is equipped with 10 of these 10w Cree chips, and 144 x 3w Bridgelux chips as well. Their largest and most powerful panel, the DS XML 650 has 24 x 10w Cree chips, and 256 3w Bridgelux chips.
The Diamond Series XML 150, 350, and 650 use a specific spectrum to properly grow plants through any stage of development. Whether you’re just starting seedlings, cloning a mother plant, vegging, or blooming, the spectrum provides the proper array of light that you’ll need for exceptional results. Specifically, there are 11+ Wavelengths of Color Output that include the following: 760nm, 740nm, 720nm, 660nm, 630nm, 615nm-480nm, 460nm, 440nm, 415nm, 380nm.
The Advanced Diamond Series XML 350 review provides a variety of modes for specific stages of growth. Select between clone, veg, and flower modes, all with a simple switch located on the top of the panel. The clone mode offers less light output that veg, but the blooming mode exceeds both modes for insanely nice flowering.
In the pre LED Grow light era, heat has always be a huge factor and of utmost importance when growing indoors in a small area. Internally, there are dual heat sinks and an assortment of quietly operating cooling fans that make sure heat never becomes an issue.
TheAdvanced Diamond Series XML 350 provides a total coverage of 4.5′ x 4.5′, and the core coverage is listed at 4′ x 4′. This size of panel is ideal for those who want to replace a 600 watt HID and see improved results over their final product and yield. The average power consumption for the Diamond Series XML 350 is around 330 watts.