Product description

The LuxaLight Aluminum Science Board IP64 Protected, has 4 different wavelengths  LEDs, white (4100-4300K), far red (650nm), deep red (730nm) and UV (365nm). The science board consists of a total of 630 LEDs, of which 90 are UV LEDs, 90 deep red LEDs, 90 far red LEDs and 360 white LEDs. The PCB is made of aluminum and has a silicone film layer (IP64) so ​​that it can be used in humid environments.

The science board is also suitable for research purposes where it may be necessary to be able to control all 4 wavelengths separately. Controlling the science board can be done with a normal constant voltage power supply. Full control is required, then it is advisable to use the MaNima Pollux in combination with the science board.

Science boards are mainly used for research purposes in the following industries, namely:

  • Plant growth 
  • Insects
  • Seaweed
  • Medical examination
  • Research on coatings

Every research set-up is different, so we recommend that you contact one of our engineers so that we can advise you on the correct set-up.

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Technical specifications

LED type
PCB color
LEDs per piece
Color temperature
4100 ~ 4300 K
≥ 90
Luminous Flux
5164 lm
Luminous flux white
4907 lm
365nm 7.7 Watt
Wave length Deep Red
650 nm
Wave length Far Red
730 nm
Wave length UV
365 nm
Beam angle
120 °
LB waarde
Current per piece
3.56 A / piece
Power consumption per piece
85.44 W / piece
PCB material
Operating temperature min
-20.00 °C
Operating temperature max
50.00 °C
IP class
IP 64
Directives / warranty
RoHS 2002/95/EC Compliant
EMC 2004/108/EC Compliant
CE Marking

LuxaLight Aluminium Science Board White, Far Red, Deep Red, UV-A 365nm protected ( 24V, 2835, 630 LEDs, IP64)


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  • Free shipping within NL for € 250+ orders
  • B2B only
  • Delivery within 1 working day

Branches in which we are active

  • Horticulture
  • Architecture
  • Medical sector
  • Automotive sector
  • Industry, construction industry and machine building
  • Recreation and entertainment industry
  • Infrastructure and signaling

Pro's and Cons

Wavelengths can be controlled separately
High output