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DS XML 150

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The Biggest Breakthrough in LED Grow Light Technology.  Period.

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  • Daisy Chain Feature - Run multiple lights with just one cord to plug in.
  • USA Made CREE XML and Bridgelux Blue and White Led's.
  • 90 Day Money Back Guarantee.
  • Exclusive 2012 LED Grow Guide Included.
  • 11+ Wavelengths of Color Output: 760nm, 740nm, 720nm, 660nm, 630nm, 615nm-480nm, 460nm, 440nm, 415nm, 380nm
  • 100% Hassle-Free Warranty for a Full 3 Years
  • Runs Cool and Saves Electricity!
  • Color Select Feature - Easily control your colors and intensity


USA Made Bridgelux Blue & White LEDs


  • New - Precision 90 Degree XML Collimator Lens for Optimal Coverage
  • New - 10W CREE XML Single Chip USA Made
  • New - Honeycomb Fan Cover with Dust Filter
  • New - Custom Designed Diamond Vents for optimal Air Flow
  • New - Advanced LED Drivers for Higher Performance
  • New - Color Select Dimmable Switches with Clone, Veg and Flower Modes
  • New - Dual Heat Sink Reduces Heat by over 50% vs Others
  • New - Daisy Chain Link Feature Allows up to 4 Lights on One Cord
  • New - Lower Prices!


Diamond Series LED Grow Light Features:

  • Replaces HPS, Metal Halide and Florescent grow lights
  • Performs extremely well in cloning, vegetative and flowering cycles
  • No maintenance costs (No bulbs to replace)
  • Environmetally friendly (No Mercury)
  • Eliminates A/C in most grow spaces due to very low heat output
  • 6ft Power Cord in 110v US with 220v and International Plugs Available
  • Gross Weight: 9 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 12.5 in x 12.5 in x 3 in
  • Core Coverage: 2.5ft x 2.5ft
  • Overall Coverage: 3ft x 3ft
  • AMPS: 110v(1.6), 220v(.05)
  • Average Power Draw: 135w
Total Coverage:
Core Coverage:
LED Specs
Avg. Power Draw
2.5ft x 3ft
2ft x 2.5ft
Uses (50) Massive 3w LEDs (single chip)
3ft x 3.5ft
2.5ft x 3ft
Uses (100) Massive 3w LEDs (single chip)
3.5ft x 4ft
3ft x 3ft
Uses (150) Massive 3w LEDs (single chip)
3ft x 4.5ft
2.5ft x 4ft
Uses (200) Massive 3w LEDs (single chip)
3.5ft x 4.5ft
3.5ft x 4.5ft
Uses (300) Massive 3w LEDs (single chip)
4ft x 5ft
3.5ft x 4ft
Uses (400) Massive 3w LEDs (single chip)




   Total Coverage   

  Core Coverage 

LED Specs


 Avg. Power Draw

DS XML 150

3' x 3'

2.5' x 2.5'

(4) 10w USA Made Cree XML LED's
(64) 3w High Output LED's (single chip)






There are 1 review(s) for DS XML 150


    by SteveHman – 9th Aug 2012

    Posted by SteveHman on 2nd Jul 2012

    Since 2010 I have been a big fan of the lights that Advanced has been putting out and have been fortunate to try several of their units, some of them before they were released to the general public. I was lucky enough to have a chance to test out one of their newest designs the Diamond Series XML in a recent grow and I can tell you that these guys are on a constant quest to improve their already great line of grow lights.

    Their latest version of the Diamond Series is a big departure from conventional LED grow light wisdom. I've seen several posts in forums concerning the efficacy of using white chips in grow panels-many people have said that white LEDs are incapable of growing plants on PAR (pun intended) with high-end LEDs or conventional single point lights. This didn't discourage the guys at Advanced from trying out something new and I can vouch for the fact that you can in fact grow with white LEDs.

    The Key to the new line of lights is the very high-output 10w single chip CREE XML LED's. That's right a 10W single chip CREE XML LED. Bright doesn't even begin to describe this unit. They didn't stop there; they also redesigned the case to give a truly square footprint. Every other light out there is rectangular in shape, but how many of us grow in a rectangular tent? The other changes to the light are the addition of a honeycomb dust filter over the fan to keep the unit cleaner from dust and the special honeycomb design keeps the unit cooler, a huge heat sink that keeps the unit very cool and the icing on top is the dimmable controls so that you can precisely control the level of light (by spectrum) that you use in each phase of your grow.

    The bottom line is that this new light is brighter, more powerful and has produced a higher yield per watt than their current Diamond Series lights-if that isn't enough, they have found a way to do all of this at a price lower than the comparable current Diamond Series lights.

    Bravo to the crew at Advanced LED for continuing to seek improvements in their product line and not resting on their laurels. Many other manufacturers don't put the effort out to develop new products and incur the cost of R&D. I'm glad the team from Advanced is willing to be on the bleeding edge of this technology and is constantly pushing the bounds of what is considered to be the accepted way of growing. It will take the rest of the copycats a while to catch up.