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Next-Generation VYPR 2 Horticulture Solution Ensures High-Yield, Consistent Harvests in Every Season
Date:11/13/2018

Fluence Bioengineering today unveiled the new VYPR 2p and VYPR 2x light systems for controlled-environment cultivation applications. VYPR 2 is well suited for sole-source and supplemental lighting applications addressing virtually every cultivation need across the produce, herb, cannabis, and ornamental growing markets.

“As an all-purpose light which can be adapted to virtually any setting, VYPR 2 enables growers to perpetually create the optimal grow environment,” said Randy Johnson, chief technical officer, Fluence Bioengineering. “The increase in light intensity is well-complemented by the versatility of the VYPR 2 design and we are excited to see how growers will take advantage of the performance enhancements.”

VYPR 2 has been updated to markedly improve the amount of photosynthetic photon flux (PPF) provided, up to 1,700 micromoles/second (µmol/s), at a very efficient 2.7 micromoles/Joule (µmol/J). These versatile solutions emit broad-spectrum light which ensures consistent, high-quality plant growth which has enabled the production of award-winning food and medical products. The low-profile, passive heat management designs are low-maintenance and minimize obstruction of natural sunlight ensuring light is supplemented only when the season calls for it. Additionally, the resilient enclosures will withstand the rigors of commercial-scale agriculture and are very easy to hang, setup, and move as cultivation environments require.

VYPR 2 will be produced in two distinct form factors:

  • VYPR 2x – Ideal for close-range deployments to maximize uniformity in low ceiling rooms; emits PPF up to 900 µmol/s and has an energy-efficiency rating of 2.6 µmol/J
  • VYPR 2p – Perfect as a sole-source light indoors or as a supplemental light in greenhouse applications; offers higher light intensity, up to 1,700 µmol/s, at an energy-efficiency rating of 2.7 µmol/J
  • VYPR 2 Series is UL 8800, ETL Mark, IP66 Rating, and UL 1598 wet-location certified to withstand watering and nutrient dispersal in the harshest cultivation environments
  • VYPR 2 lighting solutions are designed and built in Austin, Texas, with an anodized and extruded aluminum alloy chassis as well as an integrated passive heatsink

New VYPR 2 Series solutions will begin shipping in mid-December 2018.

To see the latest in terms of availability, features, and product imagery, please visit: http://fluence.science/vypr

About Fluence Bioengineering
Fluence Bioengineering Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of OSRAM, creates the most powerful and energy-efficient LED lighting solutions for commercial crop production and research applications. Fluence is the leading LED lighting supplier in the global cannabis market and is committed to solving the looming food crisis by enabling more efficient crop production with the world’s top vertical farms and greenhouse produce growers. All Fluence lighting solutions are designed and built at the company’s headquarters in Austin, Texas, U.S.A., with European sales and support based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. https://fluence.science

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