Entries by OpticPAR

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Get a Custom Grow Lighting Layout Design From OpticPAR™ Engineers

Get a Custom Grow Lighting Layout Design From OpticPAR™ Engineers SpecGrade is honored to provide LED lighting fixtures for an array of facilities, ranging from greenhouses, vertical farms, sports stadiums, airports, warehouses, and many other industrial purposes. Each venue requires consideration of several factors when specifying optimal lighting configurations, including environmental concerns, maintenance and repair […]

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Grow Lights Certified for Damp and Wet Greenhouse Environments

Grow Lights Certified for Damp and Wet Greenhouse Environments As indoor farming continues to gain positive attention from the world of agriculture, SpecGrade LED is more than excited to introduce our OpticPAR™ Grow Light Technology to the vertical farming and greenhouse industries. Our next generation LED grow lights feature unbeatable optics, the industry’s highest PPFD […]

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The Verta LED for Vertical Farming

The Verta LED for Vertical Farming Heralded as a savior in agriculturally limited regions of the globe, vertical farming is the marriage of advanced technology and indoor horticulture. Rather than relying on large ground level growing spaces encased in voluminous greenhouses, vertical farming structures achieve the same yield capacity via large upright towers that include […]

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OpticPAR Presents the Linea for Greenhouse Lighting

OpticPAR Presents the Linea for Greenhouse Lighting SpecGrade LED, a domestic manufacturer of LED lights and fixtures in Columbus, Ohio, has incorporated our novel OpticPARTM grow light technology into the new Linea lighting fixture for linear greenhouse lighting applications. Commercial growers and cultivators will see unprecedented benefits when they use our Linea luminaires in linear […]

Why PAR is Important to Your Grow Lights

Why PAR is Important to Your Grow Lights PAR is the acronym for Photosynthetically Active Radiation. It specifically refers to the wavelengths of visible light that are primarily used by green plants to fuel the chlorophyll that feeds the plants. Managers of indoor plant growing facilities might be tempted simply to increase all wavelengths of […]