Horticultural Lighting Products Launched by Signify and Fluence Bioengineering

Horticulture lighting has been an escalating market for LED applications. Lighting solutions providers and LED makers have continuously reported innovated products with specific functions. Lighting giant Signify and the U.S. based growing lights supplier Fluence Bioengineering have debuted new horticultural LED lighting products respectively to enhance the growth efficiency of crops.


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Signify has introduced the new Philips GreenPower LED toplighting high output with a light efficacy up to 3.0 µmol/J and an output of 800 µmol/s. The product is designed particularly for the crops that require a lot of light to improve the growth. The new modules also have a long lifetime of 35,000 hours and will help growers to better control the growing climate because of minimal heat radiation while accelerating the growth cycle and enabling more efficient use of grow space.

The new toplighting will enter the market in September 2018 and with three spectrums available including deep red/blue low blue; deep red/white low blue; and deep red/white medium blue.

Meanwhile, Fluence Bioengineering has updated its SPYDR LED lighting solutions to increase the efficiency for vertically grown cannabis. The company redesigned the series for streamlined deployment and to provide greater lighting efficacy which increase plant yield, quality and uniformity. The new Fluence SPYDR Series reaches new levels of lighting efficacy of up to 2.7 micromoles/Joule (µmols/J), offering high-intensity lighting solutions for the vegetative and flowering stages of cannabis crops.


(Image: Fluence Bioengineering)

“The new SPYDR Series has been redesigned for quick and easy deployment in commercial environments. “By optimizing the profile for vertical growing applications, the second-generation SPYDR Series minimizes the total system’s footprint enabling cultivators to deploy in any commercial-scale environment,” said Randy Johnson, chief technical officer, Fluence Bioengineering.

The new SPYDR Series includes three lighting systems: the SPYDR 2x, SPYDR 2p and SPYDR 2i. The shipping of the new products will begin in mid-September 2018, said the company.

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