LEDs for Horticulture Lighting

LEDs for Horticulture Lighting

Grow your life

SRAM Opto Semiconductors offers a broad Horticulture LED portfolio for 450 nm (deep blue), 660 nm (hyper red) and 730 nm (far red). Our OSLON® family includes the important wavelengths in three radiation angles

80°, 120° and 150° to support provide the perfect lighting for all types of plants and flowers, allowing to adapt the light exactly to the needs of various crops.


One footprint for cost-effective and flexible design

Different ratios between deep blue, hyper red and far red can be achieved simply by varying the number of the respective OSLON® family LEDs, without any change of the PCB or luminaire design. Different radiation characteristics enable applications with focused light or wide viewing angles without additional lens costs. The small footprint allows very compact clustering of the LEDs and makes easy and efficient optical designs possible. The ceramic package can withstand very high temperatures of up to Tmax = 135 °C and makes the thermal design cost-effective and stress-free.


  • 100 % footprint compatible with complete color and radiation angle options
  • Deep blue (450 nm) and hyper red (660 nm) to provide the light for the photosynthesis
  • Far red (730 nm) to control the plant from germination to vegetative growth and flowering
  • EQ white to add green content
  • EQ white to provide a human friendly working environment
  • PC 5000K and .CC 5700K provide daylight spectra
  • High energy efficacy
  • Different radiation angles – spot or wide illumination characteristic without additional optics: 80°, 120°, 150°
  • High reliable ceramic package with superior lifetime and corrosion stability
  • Robust even in humid environment


  • Top lighting, inter lighting and multilayer cultivation
  • Supplemental lighting and cultivation without natural daylight
  • Photoperiodic lighting and photo-morphological control
  • Urban farming and controlled environment farming
  • Algae grow lights and agriculture lighting