Faster Growth & Higher Yields
Of all the factors that contribute to plant growth, lighting is the most important. Give your cannabis plants the best grow lights on the market for taller, denser plants.
TCP’s new generation of horticulture lights is powerful, sleek, and backed by science. With a perfectly balanced light spectrum and lensless waterproof coating grow lights from TCP produce higher yields, reduce costs, and maximize profits.
All of TCP’s horticulture lights are compatible with SmartStuff smart lighting. Say goodbye to complicated and expensive building controls. Instead, safely and securely set schedules, day-night cycles, and PPFD intensity for your greenhouse or indoor farming facility with bluetooth-controlled grow lights from TCP.
See the Difference
Compatible with TCP SmartStuff
Ideal balance of blue, green and red light
Lightweight and easy to install
Balanced Color Spectrum
Red and Blue Peaks Ideal For Plant Growth
TCP grow lamps use a careful balance of blue, green, and red light to encourage faster-growing, fuller, healthier plants.
- Blue Light keeps plants dense while they grow
- Red Light encourances budding and flowering
- Green Light lets you assess plant health without disrupting growth
Horticulture lights from TCP are crafted with attention to the ideal color spectrum ratios for taller, denser, faster-growing plants. Our grow products promote photosynthesis across vertical, greenhouse, and indoor farming operations.
All Purpose Growth Spectrum
TCP horticulture lights are SmartStuff Compatible. Replace costly and complicated building controls with user-friendly SmartStuff horticulture lights.
With SmartStuff, automatic photoperiod scheduling makes it simpler than ever to control exactly how much light your plants receive and when they receive it. And TCP’s smart lighting moves beyond “on” and “off.” You can set day-night schedules and tailor PPFD intensity all from your smartphone.
SmartStuff products connect via Bluetooth for a hassle-free smart lighting experience.
Talk to a lighting expert from TCP today.