Infinity 2.0

Installation is a snap!

A user-friendly LED grow light that delivers the light precisely where you want it and with near perfect uniformity. Ideal for indoor farming applications such as vertical food production and cannabis in its vegetative phase.

Uniform Lighting

No hot spots.
Better crop yields.

Optimized Light Spectrum

To maximize crop growth and profitability.

UL/cUL Listed

Conforms to safety standards in USA and Canada.

Easy to Install

Lowest installation cost. Simple mounting and electrical connections.

Waterproof

Safe to clean with a high-pressure waterjet.

Dimmable

Precisely control light output from max intensity to off.

65Watts

Input Power

156umols/sec

Photon Flux

2.4umols/joule

Efficiency

Dimensions
47.25″ x 2.15″ x 2.75″

Beam Angle
120 degrees

Input Voltage
110–277V

Daisy-Chaining
Up to 32 fixtures

Waterproof
IP66

Weight
3.8 lbs

Lifetime
40,000 hours (Q90/B20)

Safety Certification
UL, cUL & CE

Warranty
5 years

Infinity 2.0 for Multi-Tier Cannabis Veg & Multi-Tier Leafy Greens:

Infinity 2.0 can get within 6-inches of your canopy, which allows you to maximize the number of vertical shelves in your grow operation. Hallmarks of Infinity 2.0 include delivered light intensity of 200-400 PPFD, excellent uniformity across the canopy, and user-friendly installation.

Infinity 2.0 for Propagation:

Infinity 2.0 delivers a uniform blanket of low intensity light to a propagation canopy in the range of 50-200 PPFD. 0-10V dimming enables the light to be adjusted to the perfect intensity for tissue culture, clones, cuttings and plugs. As the plants grow, the intensity can easily be modified as needed.

Jim Rice

Owner, High Level Health

“The team at Thrive Agritech was an enormous help in taking us through the rebate process.”

David Goldstein

Hydroponicist, Institute for Culinary Education

“The red cultivars are showing much more red coloring than they did under fluorescents. To me, this indicates the LEDs are putting out more useful light.”

Kye Brundage

Grow Manager, Ajoya

“At this point, I don’t know why anyone would continue using fluorescent lights.”