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2021-11-12 02:45:24 By : Ms. William Lam

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BIOS Lighting is an LED lighting solutions company that uses research-supported technology to optimize plant growth and stimulate photosynthesis. Prior to co-founding the company, Robert Soler, vice president of human biotechnology and research at BIOS Lighting, was working on LED lighting solutions in the Space Life Science Laboratory at the Kennedy Space Center. There, Soler participated in a proposal that won a contract to design and build a new LED-based lighting module for the International Space Station-he specializes in human biological cycles and photosynthesis, which has led to innovative applications of LED technology , Which later became the basis for BIOS lighting.

"I am passionate about the human and plant applications of the LED spectrum," Soler said. "I first came into contact with this idea at the Kennedy Space Center, when I was a lighting engineer in the Space Life Science Laboratory. There, we will change the spectrum to manipulate plant growth and human health."

With 16 sunrises and sunsets every 24 hours, astronauts may be driven away. The basic research for generating BIOS is to see whether the spectrum can regulate the circadian rhythm of astronauts. This study determined that the inhabitants of the earth could benefit from specially designed lighting systems in their homes. The concept of circadian lighting is that electric lights can support human health by adjusting the intensity, color and stimulation. Cells in the body respond to light and darkness. Circadian rhythm lighting attempts to imitate the sun's spectrum and tonal changes to regulate the natural rhythm of sleep and wakefulness. BIOS develops and sells light bulbs and state-of-the-art health lights to support synchronizing the internal clock with the body's natural circadian rhythm. In addition to regulating the circadian rhythm, NASA also hopes to grow plants on the International Space Station as a source of food, and to help filter and purify the air.

When developing plant growth lights, BIOS uses these same core principles, where LED lighting simulates the sun's spectrum. At BIOS, the team takes biological mechanisms, photobiology, and biochemistry into account, and develops LED technology based on these markers. For many years, high pressure sodium (HPS) lighting has been the technology of choice for indoor cultivation, but as technology advances, LEDs are replacing these systems. Large-scale growers and home growers have found that switching to LEDs reduces utility costs due to temperature regulation and power output. This advantage reflects the advantages of applying new technologies to existing operations, and BIOS is committed to exploring new boundaries for LED lighting applications.

After several years of operation, BIOS made a conscious decision to enter the cannabis field. Now they are designing products specifically for cannabis plants. "Our Li2 is designed to maximize cannabis production and is designed to be easily installed in cannabis indoor facilities. Our LLi is designed for the nutritional phase of cannabis growth, and our Ti2 and Ti3 are designed for indoor and greenhouse cannabis applications. And design," Soler said. "We believe that cannabis operators should get a higher-quality lighting solution that is specifically designed for production and can meet the demanding needs of commercial planting facilities now and in the future."

The BIOS fixture is industrial grade and designed to withstand harsh environments. When comparing lamps with companies chasing gimmicks and hype, the difference in build and design quality is obvious. This difference comes from always focusing on providing a scientifically superior product that is never rushed to market. Whenever the cannabis lighting industry catches up with a new trend, BIOS will steadily research and verify the science before releasing the product. Their solutions are always biologically supportive, reliable, easy to use and energy efficient.

LED lighting systems allow limited automation, which is why they are used to maximize yield and even promote the production of secondary compounds such as terpenes. The BIOS team helps customers achieve these goals and collects the data revealed in the process. Each experience gives the development team more ideas for future products. Soler described the company's research and development process, "We are most interested in applied research. We take some findings from research and apply them to cannabis in the real world. If something in the research seems promising, we will Explore it. But we will not apply any technology to the product until we prove that it will benefit growers."

With its cutting-edge approach to LED lighting research, BIOS is positioned to continue to innovate in the field of cannabis lighting. This American brand currently has nearly ten indoor cultivation lighting fixtures, and they have been collecting data to continue to expand and develop their product line.

Cara Wietstock is a skilled cannabis practitioner and writer with more than ten years of industry experience. She settled in Bellingham, Washington with her husband, son and a small petting zoo. In her free time, she enjoys exciting novels, studies Ashtanga, and hikes on the local mountain trails with her family.

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