Horticulture lighting

Stogger has developed a smarter and better way to light crops. Based on our patent pending wireless LED technology, we have developed the ultimate horticulture research LED: the Stogger HORTI.

What is the Stogger HORTI?

HORTI is the only horticulture LED based on our wireless lighting technology. Its wireless PowerBoard technology allowing for every possible combination and positioning of LEDs. In effect, a 8-, 12- or 15-band spectrum can be created.

Applying professional LEDiL lenses to each individual LED, increases plant penetration up to 200%. As individual LED sections within the HORTI can be dimmed separately, optimal flexibility is guaranteed.

Why choose the Stogger HORTI

There are serveral reasons why the HORTI is the best research LED in the market:

  • Ultimate flexibility
    For each customer, lamps with custom light recipes can be produced. Full-spectrum is available

  • Lowest installation costs

    75% reduction on LED installation costs in vertical farms

  • Ultimate energy efficiency
    Up to 50% increased energy efficiency: less costs, higher return

  • Individual dimming
    0-100% dimming of each individual wavelength

  • No more cables
    Powering up to 300 LEDs with just one connector

  • Fastest installation
    Installing just 1 HORTI, up to 3 m2 crops can be lighted

The HORTI further explained

Based on the distance between the plant and the HORTI, Stogger can apply the best lens needed to get an evenly lit hydroponic surface. For example, for a greater distance, it is possible to place a different lens compared to a smaller distance. Lenses can be even square, ensuring an optimal even light output. Based on the distance between the plant and the HORTI, Stogger can apply the best lens needed to get an evenly lit hydroponic surface. For example, for a greater distance, it is possible to place a different lens compared to a smaller distance. Applying traditional LED lighting modules in vertical faming is time consuming. Mounting 10+ traditional hydroponic LED modules per square meter, especially in narrow vertical farms, proves to be difficult.