For industry and homes

HLFC and HLAC-series lamps for industry and home

Suitable for the majority of plants, with custom spectral solutions also available.

  • Experience

    Created throught years of advanced scientific research

  • Reliability

       Qualified technical support, 24 months warranty

  • Efficiency

    Provide optimal lighting intensity using at least 2,5 times less energy than HPS lamps

  • Flexibility and Versatility

           Suitable for the majority of plants, with custom spectral solutions also avaible

  • Influence on plants

       Better absorption of mineral substances and other advantages on plants

HLFC and HLAC-series lamps for industry and home

Based on the experience gained in more than 8 years of research work and successful industrial tests, we can now offer clients superior HLFC and HLAC-series lamps lighting systems designed for industry and home, together with qualified service.

HLFC and HLAC-series lamps provide optimal lighting intensity using at least 2,5 times less energy than HPS lamps. They are suitable for the majority of plants, with custom spectral solutions.

With HLFC and HLAC-series lamps your plants will produce stronger and better-developed roots, it will have better fertilizer utilization rates and other advantages.

HLFC and HLAC-series lamps you can buy or rent.

All lamps has 24 months warranty.

Influence on plants of the properly selected light spectrum:


  •  Increased build-up photosynthetic pigments (chlorophylls, carotenoids)
  • More intensive photosynthesis
  • Higher total plant productivity
  • Lower levels of harmful nitrates in vegetables
  • Langer amounts of flavonoids, anthocyans, ascorbic acid, carotenoids, and tocopherols
  • Improved external quality of green vegetables: colour, crunchiness, and curliness
  • Acceletarion of development 
  • Improved quality of fruits


  • Formation of a stronger root system
  • Better absorption of mineral subtances


Technical Specifications

Application LED-based plant lighting system for greehouses, plant factories and phytotrons

Universal light spectrum suitable for most plants;

Forced convection

Overheating control

On/Off indicator

Diode function display


Extreme energy efficiency

Fast and convenient mounting

Optimal lighting intensity

24-month warranty


Customized spectral composition

Optimization of spectrum for specific plant species

Lens dispersion angle (600;900;1200)

HLFC spectra


Lenght/Width/Height 385/285/85 mm 500/285/85 mm 610/285/85 mm
Weight 4,8 kg 6,1 kg 7,4 kg
Input voltage 110-240V, 50/60 Hz 110-240V, 50/60 Hz 110-240V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption 176W 230W 288W
Operating temperature 0 -+ 500C 0 -+ 500C 0 -+ 500C
Operating humidity < 90% < 90% < 90%

HLAC spectra

Lenght/Width/Height 200/50 mm
Weight 4,8 kg
Input voltage 110-240V, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption 200W
Operating temperature 0 -+ 500C
Operating humidity < 90%

Why LED?

Electric lamps have been used to grow plants for nearly 150 years. They've followed a development paths from incandescent lighting, open arc lighting and enclosed gaseous discharge lamps to the high-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps which are still the most common choice for supplemental lighting in greenhouses. These lamps emit light in the visible (400-700 nm) and the invisible (700-850 nm) ranges, but with peak emission in the yellow/orange light (~589 nm) region. The high amount of yellow light, along with a deficiency of blue light, causes stem elongation in plants and worsens transplant quality.

Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) offer many advantages over traditional forms of lighting. These optoelectronic devices feature excellent energy efficiency, hight photo-biological efficacy, long life, a cool emitting temperature, a relatively narrow emission spectrum, and a short switching time. And unlike most conventional light sources, they contain no mercury. One of the main benefits of LEDs is the ability to control the spectral output of a lighting system. LEDs are already available in the entire relevant spectral range from near infrared (IR) to near ultraviolet (UV). They can be customized for specific crops and optimized for maximum production to avoid wasting energy and non-productive wavelenghts.



We are working in the field of photophysiology more than 10 years. We are convinced that success of a research project is determined not only by an excellent idea, but also by suitable, efficient lighting equipment, which enables fulfillment of the idea.
Akvilė Viršilė Chief Researcher, LRCAF Institute of Horticulture, Laboratory of plant physiology

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