How it works

Ceravision’s plasma light source is made up of a collection of chemicals in a centrally located burner.

Radio frequency (RF) energy is delivered to excite the chemicals within the lamp, which in turn combine to produce light. The light produced is the closest man-made light to natural day light.

This method of producing light has proved to be extremely efficient, using less energy to make more light of a better quality.

 


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Further Information

Future Applications

Energy efficiency is a global driver within many markets and Ceravision’s core technology has the ability to address these markets. Due to the flexible nature of the technology we are able to facilitate a variety of power levels (400 W to 5 kW) and spectra ranging from visible to UV light.

Technology

Ceravision’s High Efficiency Plasma (HEP) light is particularly suited to medium and high power applications. The light is emitted from a very small source, which enables Ceravision to accurately focus and distribute the light. This in turn facilitates significantly greater optical performance.

Intellectual Property

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

Featured News

Ceravision are delighted to announce the much anticipated debut of ionGROW, the world's first High Efficiency Plasma grow light, at the upcoming infoAgro exhibition taking place from the 10th - 12th May in Almeria, Spain.

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Ceravision's Horticultural Growth Light Solution ionGROW™ is set to begin trials at Rothamsted Research.

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Ceravision were recently invited to exhibit and present at the first annual Rothamsted Open Innovation Forum, a new initiative designed to accelerate collaboration for the development of game-changing innovations addressing global food and nutrition security challenges.

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