Valoya adds a new fixture to its LightDNA daylight solution

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A new version of Valoya’s advanced daylight simulator, LightDNA, will hit the shelves in the second half of 2016. The new fixture is bar shaped and ideal for growth rooms, chambers and controlled greenhouse compartments for mid- and high intensity applications.

Valoya’s new spectrum is a scaled down version of the high end LightDNA dynamic outdoor spectrum. The new spectrum version in Valoya B-series fixtures brings dynamic outdoor light available to every growth chamber, room and shelf. With this solution, solar simulation is not anymore limited to high end laboratories and small research rooms.

The new fixture allows simulation of clear daylight, dawn and dusk conditions, as well as meeting various red/far-red ratios. The new system brings the dynamic nature of outdoor light spectrum to controlled environments and opens up new possibilities for simulating field conditions in plant breeding, ecological climate change studies and plant research in general.

Additional information:

Valoya Oy, Finland

Tel: +358 10 2350300



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