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Research & AgTech

The Heliospectra intelligent LED lighting solutions enable research organizations to conduct controlled trials and experiments that document process and results with programmable and customizable light strategies. This give scientists and researchers utmost control and flexibility with the ability to control and schedule the spectrum and intensity down to individual wavelengths.

Full Control with Intelligent Lighting

We understand how important consistent and reliable results are for researchers.

With our intelligent lighting solutions you can control, regulate, and schedule your lights in real-time with our market leading control software for easy, web-based operation.

Automated and dynamic light response ensures consistent and reliable crop performance.

Broad Spectrum

Our RX30 light contains nine (9) different wavelength channels ranging from 380nm (UVA) to 735nm (Far Red).

Each channel can be individually adjusted from 0 to 100%, allowing for custom intensities and spectral distributions.

Heliospectra is working with a number of leading universities and research organizations around the globe, including Wageningen University and Research Centre, the University of Guelph, the University of Adelaide, NASA and the German Aerospace Centre DLR.

Our customers are continuously publishing new and exciting research findings. You can find all the links in our newsroom.

Speed Breeding Project John Innes Centre

"The project has been an immense success and the team was able to achieve wheat generation from seed-to-seed in just 8-9 weeks."

How Heliospectra LEDs accelerated harvest cycles at John Innes Centre to 8 weeks

Forschungszentrum Jülich

Impact of Dynamic Light on Photosynthesis

Impact of Dynamic Light on Photosynthesis

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