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NPSLED RapidGrow is the latest in LED Grow Light Technology.

The NPSLED RapidGrow has 20+ years of Commercial Lighting Industry Performance behind this innovative product.

 2×4 Flowering Footprint

The NPSLED-2 is optimized for the 2′ by 4′ Flowering foot print. A linear design helps cover space most efficiently.

 4×4 Flowering Footprint

The NPSLED-4 is optimized for the 4′ by 4′ Flowering foot print. High output LED’s with superior optics out perform the competition.

 5×5 Flowering Footprint

The NPSLED-6 is optimized for the 5′ by 5′ Flowering foot print. The RPD-6 hits the sweet spot of performance and value for large scale grow operations.

 5×5 Flowering Footprint

The NPSLED-8 is optimized for the 5′ by 5′ Flowering foot print. The RPD-8 is the best option for large scale grow operations.


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NPSLED RapidGrow Products

Introducing the New NPSLED RapidGrow Series.

The NPSLED RapidGrow Series creates a 110,000+ lumen grow lighting package for high light level LED applications.

A dedicated heat sink for each LED light engine maximizes the thermal management characteristics of the NPSLED RapidGrow Series.

Key Features

• Extruded aluminum Construction
• Adjustable dimming 1 Amp operations
• Multiple IES optic patterns
• 2X, 4X, 6X & 8X LED Light engine design
• Ideal for all grow lighting project
• Integrated heat sink


Return On Investment – Easily see how you can save money no matter the size of the grow operation.

How fast can I recoup my investment with NPSLED RapidGrow?

NPSLED RapidGrow products are 60% cooler than HID products, reducing energy costs for Air Conditioning. They also consume far less energy than HID products. Depending on which product you choose, NPSLED RapidGrow can save you between $200 and $400 per fixture each year in energy savings alone. And with NPSLED RapidGrow, there is no need to relamp every 6-12 months to maintain your PAR levels. NPSLED RapidGrow’s LED light sources are warrantied for 5 years under normal conditions. Typically, NPSLED RapidGrow can provide a return on investment in LESS THAN 2 YEARS!

NPSLED RapidGrow Case Study

200 Light Grow Facility
6 Unit NPSLED RapidGrow Fixtures Replacing 1000 Watt HID Fixtures
Energy Cost: $.10 per KWH
Based on running 12 hrs on / 12 hrs off

Initial Investment Cost HID: $70,000
Initial Investment Cost NPSLED RapidGrow: $150,000

Cost to Operate HID per year @ $.10/KWH $94,608
Cost to relamp HID per year $20,000
Cost to Operate NPSLED RapidGrow per year $58,276

Variable Costs of HID per year $114,608
Variable Costs of NPSLED RapidGrow per year $58,276

NPSLED RapidGrow Savings per year $56,332

Return on Investment 17 Months

Total Cost of 3 year HID Operation $453,824
Total cost of 3 year NPSLED RapidGrow Operation $324,828

Total NPSLED RapidGrow Savings in 3 years $128,996


Frequently asked questions about NPSLED RapidGrow and the grow light industry.

What is PAR?

Plants are photoautotrophs – using a narrow band of light between 400nm -700nm as a source of energy to make food molecules from carbon dioxide and water.

This process is photosynthesis. The only type of light which enables photosynthesis is defined as Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR): the narrow band of light between 400nm – 700nm.

Light outside of this range is not photosynthetically active and will not generate greater biomass for those seeking improved yield. 

What is PPF?

A measurement of the total light (photons) emitted by a light source each second. 

PPF tells us how much PAR is emitted by a light source. Measured in “micromoles per second” 

and expressed as: µmoles/second

What is PPFD?

Before light can be effective in a photochemical reaction (whether photosynthetic or photomorphogenic), it must first be absorbed.

Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density (PPFD) is the measurement of PAR delivered to a specific area. It is expressed as micromole-per-meter squared-per second (µmol/m2/s).

This is the only measurement that informs us of the amount of light being delivered to a crop which enables photosynthesis.

What is DLI?

Day Light Integral (DLI). A cumulative measurement of the total amount of light (photons) that reach the target during the photoperiod. DLI is measured over a one meter square area in “moles per square meter per day” and expressed as mol/m2/d.


In photosynthesis (the light reactions) oxygen (O2), ATP, and NADPH are produced via cells called chloroplasts. These molecules are used in the Calvin cycle to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) to glucose (C6H12O6). Glucose is a form of chemical energy and is used for growth, respiration (the opposite process of the calvin cycle, which produces a different form of energy to maintain cellular activities and keep the plant alive), or it can be stored as starch or similar compounds in fruit.


There are 4 growth stages in cannabis that have different spectrum requirements.

Vegetation – In Vegetation (VEG) stage, rapid, healthy overall plant and root growth is desired, and in general most growers desire maximum growth but with shorter compact plants with short inter-nodal spacing preferred.

Pre-flower – Pre-flower is the period from when the 12/12 flower cycle is first initiated, to roughly the end of the second week (in an 8-week flower), or until the small flowers are prevalent and the NPSLED RapidGrow stretch slows. Again, for most growers, the desire in this stage is to maximize SIZE, while limiting stretch.

Flower – The peak Flower period is generally from week 3-7 and is the time when the plant (stem / leaf) growth stops and all the plant energy focuses on flower production. Maximum flower matter size and good structure is generally the goal here.

Ripen or Finish – The Ripen period is generally from week 7 to finish (in an 8-week flower) where the Flower growth, (i.e. size) slows and plant energy refocuses on resin and terpene production. This is the period where the flower acquires a significant portion of it’s density, ie. resin content. This transition is not clearly defined, and some strains have big increases in resin production during this period, and others not as much.

Contact US

Dave Burney Direct: (954) 600-4645 / Dave@npsbank.com

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