New Plant Modular LED Grow Lights from Barron Lighting Group
Glendale, AZ – March 6, 2020 – Barron Lighting Group, the parent company to Growlite indoor and greenhouse horticultural lighting, announces the addition of the VARIUSLED Series modular LED grow lights.
“Barron Lighting Group is excited to announce the addition of the VARIUS LED Series to our family of horticultural lighting solutions,” said Heather McCune, Vice President, Sales Operations of Barron Lighting Group. “The VARIUS allows growers to create a customized growing experience with the use of convenient magnet mounts and three light spectrums that can be used individually or together during any stage of plant growth.”
The VARIUS LED grow lighting system is comprised of a series of single LED bars, each utilizing their own unique spectral distribution. VARIUS LED features solutions for traditional grow applications or pallet rack growing, offering the light quality and performance for any mounting application.
Full, red and blue-focused spectrums offer growers a powerful light for any stage of plant growth. Combining two or more spectrums increases intensity and spectral quality beyond the capability of standard fixed-spectrum fixtures.
Each VARIUS LED bar is supplied with a pre-wired, on-board driver and quick-connect cable system. Powerful magnets allow the VARIUS LED to attach directly to pallet rack frames for easy adjustment of bar spacing to customize light intensity and uniformity.
For more information about the VARIUS LED Series – https://bit.ly/3cB5ED4
About Barron Lighting Group
Barron Lighting Group, based out of Glendale, Arizona, manufactures a comprehensive line of lighting fixtures and solutions for commercial and industrial applications and is the parent company to four brands: Exitronix life-safety and emergency lighting, Trace-Lite indoor and outdoor commercial and industrial lighting, specialtyLED commercial and decorative lighting, and Growlite indoor and greenhouse horticultural lighting.
For more information, visit barronltg.com.