Features and Benefits

HEP plasma light technology is perfect for horticulture grow-lighting:

High output UV spectra: Boosts nutritional, medicinal and commercial values.

Complement PAR grow-lights: Together deliver a more complete solar spectrum.

Tailored Spectral Output: No electrodes allows flexibible dosing and spectral output 

Good Life & Lumen Maintenance: High maintenance of 90% during >30,000 hr life.

Bright Small Source Size: Improved collection and distribution of generated light.

Good Vertical & Horizontal Illuminance: Penetrates canopy for uniform growth.

Fully Dimmable:  Controllable with real–time dimming to 50%.

Rapid Re-start: Power outages happen but HEP restarts within four minutes.

'Flicker-Free' Output: Operates at microwave frequencies  - perfect for videoing.

Improved Economics and a More Organic Cultivation Regime:

  • Prolongs light intensity to maximise growth and metabolite production
  • Produces larger crop volumes/weights
  • Enhances medicinal and nutritional values - flavour, colour and potency
  • Reduces economic and environmental costs of hazardous pesticides and fertilisers
  • Can be used post-harvest to prolong shelf-life
  • Increases frequency of crop production.

Trials on medicinal cannabis crops booster resin production
 >20% more CBG, CBD and THC.

Further Information

Future Applications

Delivering flexible spectral outputs, Ceravision's HEP plasma lighting offers added-value and economic solutions in horticulture grow-lighting and other commercial applications.

HEP Plasma Lighting Technology

Ceravision’s HEP plasma grow-lights, with a spectrum providing UV-B, UV-A and blue herald a new scientific future in horticulture lighting.

Intellectual Property

Ceravision maintains an extensive Intellectual Property (“IP”) portfolio comprising Patents, Trade Marks and Design Rights.

Featured News

Dec 2019: Mr Andrew Fuller of Bridge Farm, explains how incorporating Ceravision's UV grow-light in its industrial hemp cultivation boosted cannabinoids by 40% (see video).


Oct 2019: Ceravision presents its new horticulture UV grow-light to demonstrate the reliability and flexibility of its patented plasma lighting at the NIAB Industry Workshop on Advances in Grow-Lighting...


Sept 2019: Independent lab tests on harvested industrial hemp crop at Bridge Farm Group confirm that incorporating Ceravision's complementary UV grow-light boosted cannabinoids by 40%.