The plasma lamps are based on plasma cells of fused quartz containing argon gas and other elements which once reaching the plasma state, they emit a powerful light with a very broad spectrum.
The last technology of Indoor lighting - The Sun Indoor
The plasma lamps are based on plasma cells of fused quartz containing argon gas and other elements, that when reaching the plasma state, using high-frequencies, they emit a powerful light with a very broad spectrum. The energy is transferred to the cells using a high-frequency radiation, having no electrical connection. The typical color violet/blue light is mainly due to the presence of argon, a noble gas that, during the return to electrically neutral atoms releases radiation and glows right on this specific electromagnetic frequency spectrum of visible light, as well as a small part of ultraviolet radiation.
Plentiful Yield without suffering high temperatures
The special glass filters at a wide spectrum the emitted radiation allowing low amounts of UVB rays to pass, while applying a shielding for protecting your crop from UVC rays. The lack of heat radiation in the light allows you to hang the lamp very close to your crop, or to add additional points of light without running into problems of thermal radiation (heat).