Led Grow Light

Our full spectrum grow light is designed for indoor and greenhouse cultivation and will increase the growth rate and yield of a wide variety of plants. The lights can be used for all phases of growth as they are dimmable, programmable, and individually controllable. It effectively supports photosynthesis while offering dynamic spectrum control where specific spectral ratios can be created to direct plant growth and promote healthy plant development. 


Our led grow lighting offers:

  • Optimized Spectrum - Provides light only in the PAR region which is suitable for supporting each phase of growth and type of plant.
  • Light Intensity - Increase photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) needed to support growth, development, and yield
  • Heat Management - Reduced heat and HVAC requirements reduce the amount of watering needed and increase the overall energy savings for greater crop yield per watt consumed.
  • Energy Saving - LED lighting saves up to 40% compared to traditional sources such as high-pressure sodium (HPS), metal halide, and fluorescents. 
  • Long Life - LEDs last an average of 50,000 hours while reducing energy costs and maintenance costs due to frequently changing rapidly degrading traditional lamps.


You could control your growing season by yourself.

  • More Light - Adding more daytime light, boosting existing light levels, and increasing growth and yield.
  • Longer Light - Extends the growth cycle. Switch on at dusk for non-daylight illumination. Utilize all winter long. 
  • Controlled Light - Substitute as a complete lighting solution for indoor grows rooms and biological research facilities.


Now led lighting can significantly increase crop production efficiency through lighting control. LED grow lighting systems are well-suited to provide the most appropriate light for each phase of growth and type of plant, from seedling to flowering to fruiting. LED lighting provides optimal levels of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR)- the photons that promote growth and yield without wasting energy to produce photons not efficiently used by the plant. The optimum spectrum for plants includes wavelengths of light in the blue and red regions of the spectrum.