Why Active Grow?

Active Grow LLC is a horticulture lighting manufacturer based in Seattle, Washington. The company works directly with experienced growers to develop the next-generation of commercial-grade horticultural lighting systems that are energy efficient and long lasting alternatives to traditional grow lights. Active Grow LED lights feature the latest technological innovations to help growers increase their yields and maximize their production.

Forward thinking

Active Grow’s focus on innovation and energy efficiency is setting the standard for horticulture lighting safety and performance. Active Grow features the only horticulture luminaire compliant with the ETL Horticultural Lighting Certification Program, which is the first of its kind in the industry. Active Grow’s SG300 luminaire is also the only grow light to be featured in the coveted Illuminating Engineering Society’s Progress Report due to it’s innovative design and industry leading photon electrical efficiency.

 

 

Activate your plants

The “Active” in Active Grow refers to “Active Radiation,”  which is present in photons from the Plant Biologically Active Radiation or PBAR spectral range (280-800 nm). The PBAR range expands beyond the Photosynthetic Active Radiation or PAR range (400-700 nm) and covers the entire light spectrum that can influence a plant’s photosynthesis. Active Grow uses the latest solid-state technology to alter light within the PBAR range and develop truly effective horticulture lighting spectrums. Learn more about PBAR, PAR and other Horticulture Lighting Terminology here.

Customized solutions

Active Grow is dedicated to your success and willing to provide tailor-made solutions based on your specific application. Let one of our team members map out your grow space and make lighting suggestions based on your plant’s PPFD and DLI requirements. We can also help determine what rebates may be available in your area for switching over to LED lights and have you saving more right away. Just ask us on our Contact page if you have any questions here.