Category: Lighting Science

LIGHT SCIENCE Day Light Interval Simply Explained

LIGHT SCIENCE: Day Light Interval… Simply Explained Day Light Interval Day Light Interval (DLI) is the cumulative amount of light energy for a given area over a one-day period, expressed in moles per meter squared per day (mol/m2/day). In general, increasing light photons over a day period increases photosynthesis thereby […]

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Lighting Science: The science behind ceramic metal halide

The science behind ceramic metal halide Ceramic metal halide (CMH) lamps have recently taken the hydroponic industry by storm. First sold to the commercial/industrial market in 1994, CMH is a relatively new technology, especially when compared to HPS which has been available for over fifty years. Good CMH lamps are […]

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