LED Grow Lights Applications

LED Grow Lights Applications

Heliospectra Application Areas

Superior Engineering for a variety of application areas

 

 

 

Designed and engineered in Sweden, Heliospectra’s industry disrupting LED Grow Lights provide unprecedented efficiency, flexibility, and control. Resulting in the market’s premier lighting solution for Commercial Greenhouses, Indoor Farming and Plant Research. 

Boasting the most intense, uniform light footprint on the market, each diode in a Heliospectra grow light has a distinct optical lens, resulting in superior luminosity and uniformity.

Dr. Bruce Bugbee, one of the world’s foremost experts on horticulture lighting at Utah State University, stated:

“… this fixture has an efficiency of 1.7 micromoles per joule, which is equal to the best LED and HPS fixtures we tested.”

 

A world leader in LED grow lights

Team with plant research experience

Heliospectra has a team with extensive backgrounds in plant research. We believe in the scientific advantage our products offer because we use them ourselves on a daily basis in our in-house research facilities – over 20 different growth chambers with one or two lamps in each. Combining our own scientific experience and needs with constant market collaborations guides the product design and engineering at Heliospectra. Read about our in-house research

Heliospectra integration

Modular design for easy integration

Heliospectra light systems have built-in intelligence and are very modular. This allows for easy integrations with third-party equipment, such as the Ocean Optics Jazz Spectrometer, making it easy to set and maintain the desired light quality. External sensors for temperature, humidity and other environmental parameters can also be integrated, making the control and logging of data even more sophisticated. Also, we collaborate with growth chamber manufacturers in order to design combined, optimized solutions.

Heliospectra spectrum control

High precision wavelength control

Our LED light systems make it possible to closely control the intensity of light wavelengths and to accurately match the spectrum to a specific plant. The spectral distribution of our systems (400nm to 735nm) is consistent with the action spectrum of photosynthesis and key photomorphological receptors.

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