US Horticulture LED Lighting Market 2024-2030

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    Horticultural lighting has been used as a complement to, or replacement for, sunlight as a stimulant for plant development for many years. While several light sources have been employed, most supplementary and replacement illumination for plant development in professional, large-scale operations is provided by high intensity discharge (HID) lamps. 


    Because of the popularity of HID lighting, there are specialized chemistries of high pressure sodium and metal halide lamps made specifically for grow lighting. Since the commercialization of LEDs in lighting, attempts have been made to create LED plant growth lighting that uses the direct colors and relative adjustability of LED spectrums to try and optimize the light to the plant’s absorption. 


    Horticultural industries may benefit from LED characteristics such as the ability to develop a spectral power that is tuned to the specific crop grown and adjusted over the plant’s life cycle, as well as the potential to have greater influence over the quality of the finished product by adjusting the light. When combined with the ability to guide the LEDs and the extended lifespan of the goods, the potential for greenhouses is tremendous.


    However, these advantages can only be realized with a thorough understanding of the fixture’s performance, as not every LED fixture can give the same light output and intensity as existing technologies, and plant lighting has unique testing requirements.


    Most individuals understand the notion of light output and intensity, but understanding is mostly from the standpoint of photopic vision. This is based on the average human eye reaction (known as the photopic curve), with parameters like lumens and lux weighted accordingly. 


    The photometric curve peaks in the yellow-green area and drops off towards the blue and red ends of the spectrum; however, because plants do not have eyes, this response curve is inapplicable to them.


    Rather than using the photopic response curve as a reference, horticulture lighting uses the photosynthetic response area (also known as Photosynthetically Active Radiation, or PAR) as a more appropriate reference. 


    LED commercialisation has attracted interest in the horticulture sector owing to their long life and many color possibilities, and this interest has grown as the technology has gotten more efficient. Using a combination of direct color and/or phosphor-converted white LEDs in a single fixture allows to tailor the spectrum to the exact kind of plant being cultivated. 


    Many people are considering switching from other technologies due to the rapid advancement of LEDs, but the challenge is selecting which fixture is ideal.Efficient lighting systems, such as HID or LED, need a ballast or driver to transform the incoming alternating current line voltage into something usable for the light.




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    The US Horticulture LED Lighting Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.



    Signify, a global lighting company, is proud to present the Philips GreenPower LED toplighting force (TFL) for the North American market at the Global Produce & Floral Show. The North American version of the Philips GreenPower LED toplighting force (TFL), which is an extension of its range of Philips GreenPower LED toplighting devices, will be available for the first time to farmers in the United States. 


    The toplighting force is the perfect LED grow system for crops that require a lot of light. It simulates summer all year, but without the heat dissipation of HPS systems. Growers may make use of the existing plug electricity. 


    In addition to TLF, the business will showcase its integrated multi-layer solution, Philips GreenPower LED production module, and Philips GrowWise Control System at the Global Produce exhibition.


    The Philips production module is a dynamic lighting system that, when combined with GrowWise, gives farmers complete control over the creation and management of time-based light recipes. A grower can use a recipe to direct certain plant traits like compactness, color intensity, and branch growth, as well as blooming and other aspects, to optimize outcomes. 


    The TLF, like other items in horti line, is subjected to rigorous quality testing to assure peak performance and dependability. The TLF is likewise driven by an internal Philips driver, and farmers are already familiar with the Philips brand.



    • Philips
    • K & T Lights
    • Lumileds
    • LEDiL
    • Osram


    1. How many Horticulture LED Lighting are manufactured per annum US ly? Who are the sub-component suppliers in different regions?
    2. Cost breakup of a  US  Horticulture LED Lighting and key vendor selection criteria
    3. Where is the Horticulture LED Lighting manufactured? What is the average margin per unit?
    4. Market share of US  Horticulture LED Lighting market  manufacturers and their upcoming products
    5. Cost advantage for OEMs who manufacture US  Horticulture LED Lighting in-house
    6. 5 key predictions for next 5 years in US  Horticulture LED Lighting market
    7. Average B-2-B Horticulture LED Lighting market price in all segments
    8. Latest trends in Horticulture LED Lighting market, by every market segment
    9. The market size (both volume and value) of the Horticulture LED Lighting market in 2024-2030 and every year in between?
    10. Production breakup of Horticulture LED Lighting market, by suppliers and their OEM relationship
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