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The Highland is a first-of-its-kind LED track light designed for growing plants. Whether you’re installing a grow wall or just looking to incorporate beautiful, green accents throughout your space – the Highland is the light of choice by both horticultural and design professionals.
The Highland light fits H-Type Track Rails ONLY
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With a sleek aluminum body set on a track, this unique grow light application allows you to support the growth of plants indoors while displaying them with museum-quality lighting – leaving you with a lush, green plant gallery.
The built-in reflector sets the light beam at the optimal angle for your plants. To learn more about beam angle, coverage area and what you can grow with the highland click here.
Optimal for green walls and hard to reach places that need additional sun light as well as larger plants that need lighting on all sides.
The Highland light fits H-Type Track Rails
This is only a Highland light with NO track rail. Please see Highland Track Light System for the complete kit.
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The highland lights are very attractive and functional. You can use them in normal lighting applications where they don't even look like grow lights. I have been able to turn a corner that would otherwise be completely dark into a lush jungle where I have fiddle leaf fig, monstera, natal mahogany, snake plant, calatheas and arrowhead plants all thriving. I used 7 lights on 2 different tracks and since I have low ceilings I directed the light from the opposing track so that it would not be too close and burn the plant. The heat from these lights is pretty minimal, you can even use your bare hands to adjust them after they have been on for a while. I prefer the highland lights to the aspect lights because the allow the light source to be somewhere else other than directly above the plant, this works very well in low ceiling situations with tall plants.
Our plant lights support healthy plant growth by producing the full photosynthetic spectrum.
The Highland looks great while producing warm white light avoiding the harsh red and blue hues associated with industrial lights.
Never replace your Highland track light system for years to come.
Get started quickly with our simple and fast installation guide. Expected delivery: 3-5 business days (free S&H).
Houseplants have traditionally been limited by environmental and architectural constraints. With the Highland, the built-in reflector sets the light beam at the optimal angle for your plants.
With a sleek aluminum body set on a track, the Highland makes large plants, ferns, living walls, and even entire trees.
We never cut corners when it comes to quality. All Highland track lights are researched, designed, and built right in our office in Bethlehem, PA.
Each Highland track light system comes with an optional outlet timer allowing you schedule when it should turn on and off
With a color temperature of 3000K and a color rendering index (CRI) value of 97, the Highland grow light promises a professional level of color accuracy usually reserved for photographers and art galleries.
The Highland track light system is incredibly energy efficient because its spectrum pinpoints the effective peaks for optimal photosynthesis. This means less power, more growth!
Watch how easy it is to install the Highland from start to finish.
The HIGHLAND growlight has gone through rigorous testing that proves the following:
Plants only require blue wavelengths between 440nm - 460nm, and red wavelengths, between 630nm - 680nm, for effective photosynthesis. As a result, commercial growlights predominantly use red/blue LED lighting, which are efficient for plant growth, but harsh on the eyes.
Typical Red and Blue LED Grow Light
Highland™ LED Grow Light
The Highland creates light using a balance of blue, green, and red. This is important because blue light supports root development and dense plant growth, while red light supports plant growth and flowering.
The Highland provides enough far-red light (680+) to enhance the photosynthetic efficiency of other wavelengths using a process called the Emerson effect.