Induction Lights
An induction lamp system uses a technology of light generation that combines the basic principles of induction and gas discharge. Void of electrodes this technology delivers 100,000 hours of natural sunlight light spectrums with rare earth horticulture blend phosphors for full PAR spectrum photosynthesis for plant growth.

Induction lighting

An internal electrodeless lamp or induction lamp is a gas discharge lamp in which an electric or magnetic field transfers the power required to generate light from outside the lamp envelope to the gas inside. An Induction lamp contains mercury as a gas inside the bulb, which becomes excited when electricity is applied. The gas then emits UV radiation that in turn is converted into visible white light by the phosphor coating on the bulb. Being in a sealed tube and electrodeless means induction lamps last longer than other types of lamps on the market. Induction grow lights feature long life, good efficiency at roughly 80+ lumens per watt, no flickering, and a CRI of 80.