At Medic Grow, we are passionate about providing our customers with the most advanced and intelligent horticulture LED lighting solutions.

Reliable Solution

Our unwavering commitment to engineering top-of-the-line grow lights with exceptional erformance and reliability is reflected in our rigorous selection process, which ensures that we work only with the most trusted and respected leaders in the industry. With our strategic partnerships with Samsung, Osram, San'an Optoelectronics, and Sosen LED Driver, we are able to offer tailored and customized solutions that meet the unique needs of our clients.

Medic Grow is the ultimate LED grow light for every serious grower who wants to take their crops to the next level!

The voltage required by the LED fixture

It is crucial to always confirm the voltage range of your LED fixtures before connecting them to a power source. Using incorrect voltages can potentially damage the fixture and may result in safety hazards.

Medic Grow LED fixtures are designed to accommodate multiple voltages, as indicated by a range such as 100-277 volts. These fixtures will automatically detect the voltage input and adjust accordingly to ensure proper operation within the designated voltage range. It is important to exercise caution and diligence to ensure the safe and proper functioning of your LED fixtures.

480 volts & Medic Grow LEDs

Medic Grow's LED grow lights are engineered for versatility and optimal performance, allowing them to operate on a broad range of voltages. Along with standard voltages of 100 to 277 volts, we also offer 347-volt and 480-volt versions to meet the needs of any cultivation facility. To enhance installation efficiency and cost-effectiveness, we provide ETL approved daisy-chain power cables, which enable multiple LED fixtures to be linked to a single circuit, saving you the hassle of setting up multiple power outlets and dealing with complex wiring.

A simple example would be 10 Medic StarLink 1000S LEDs operating on 240 volts would require multiple circuits to handle the 10 x 4.9 amps = 49 amps. Those same 10 lights connected to a 480-volt power supply would only require a single 30-amp circuit 10 x 2.45 amps = 24.5 amps.