OVER 47 YEARS

OF ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE

Growlite and Barron’s engineering DNA dates back to 1973. We combine our years of experience and professionalism with the creativity, flexibility, responsiveness, and technical excellence demanded by today’s lighting. Our talented technical team offers our clients diverse backgrounds and complementary lighting expertise.

DEDICATED TO SAFETY IN THE GROW SPACE

Growlite products are designed and tested in our UL Certified DAP Lab to UL 1598 and UL 8800 standards. Third party performance data in the form of IES files is available upon request so that you are confident in the knowledge that our products not only outperform others in the marketplace but that they are also safe as well.

UL 8800, the UL Standard for Horticultural Lighting Equipment and Systems, was published on August 30, 2019. UL 8800 is intended to address the unique safety issues applicable to horticultural luminaires, lighting components and grow systems, and represents the first set of standardized requirements specifically designed for horticultural lighting equipment.


LIGHTING LAYOUTS

Take the guesswork out of your grow! Growlite’s ability to provide accurate lighting layouts and grow room lighting recommendations that include PAR levels, BTU calculations and total wattage draws make us a strong partner and resource for your lighting projects.

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Did You Know?

Performance

Our engineers not only design our products, they also perform the required code-compliance, safety, performance and life tests.

UL Certified

Our lab is a UL Certified DAP Lab for horticultural, emergency and commercial indoor/outdoor lighting.

Equipment

We utilize over 75 pieces of test equipment that are calibrated to the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology to ensure all test results are traceable and accurate.

Chambers

Our environmental chambers allow us to simulate the harshest weather conditions, with temperatures ranging from -70°C to 190°C (-94°F to 374°F) and 5% to 95% Relative Humidity.