Full Nova

SUNMASTER Full Nova full spectrum grow lamps

Sunmaster FULL NOVA – Sunlight’s Spectrum

Sunmaster engineers designed the FULL NOVA product family to replicate the balanced spectrum of sunlight. The entire FULL NOVA product family has a very full, nutritional spectrum which contrasts heavily with the partial, or non-balanced spectrum provided by other light sources such as LED and HPS. FULL NOVA grow lamps deliver nutritional light, weighted in all areas of the spectrum to support critical areas of plant growth including chlorophyll A, chlorophyll B and carotenoids.

Plants have evolved over millions of years. As they have adapted within their particular environments, they have optimized the process of photosynthesis, critical to their survival. This optimization has been dictated by the precise spectrum delivered by natural sunlight.

Individual lamps within Sunmaster’s FULL NOVA family have been specifically tailored to elevate key wavelengths of the blue and red areas within the balanced spectrum. These spectral ‘tweaks’ encourage desired plant responses such as compact vegetative growth and robust flowering, depending on the lamp.

FULL NOVA Benefits

  • Supports healthy plant growth
  • Encourages thick vegetative growth, strong flowering
  • Long life

FULL NOVA Features

  • Balanced, nutritional spectrum (emulating sunlight)
  • Proprietary Venture Lighting / Sunmaster lamp chemistry
  • E-ballast compatible
  • Full one-year warranty


“We veg solely with Sunmaster FULL NOVA lamps” – Large dispensary – Maine

“We are witnessing an increased yield of 7% after moving to FULL NOVA for Veg through flower” – Commercial grow operation – Michigan

“The results are the proof” – Home hobbyist – Colorado

Spectral Output

Full Nova 6000K Spectral Distribution graph used by 1000W, 600W and 400W Full Nova Grow LampsFull Nova 1000W Double-Ended Lamp Spectral DistributionFull Nova Full Nova wx 315W 3000K


Full Nova wx 315W CMH Grow Lamp Benefits and Performance ComparisonFull Nova 1000W vs 1000W HPS timelapse comparison on tomato plantsFull Nova Summary of findings of our own tests on tomato plants