Light Emitting Plasma (LEP) is a small, high-intensity light source that is energy efficient and lasts over 50,000 hours.  Its new technology and advanced optical design provide superior light performance.

Consuming only 540 watts, LED offers 50% energy savings over traditional 1000 watt HPS or MH fixtures and creates uniform light distribution across large areas.





Light Emitting Plasma is an electrode-less technology that shares similar benefits to LED like energy efficiency, longevity, and reliability but has a higher lumen density (up to 200x greater) and a full color spectrum without phosphor conversion - resulting in superior performance in higher lumen applications. Powering a lamp without electrodes in a compact resonator allows for a completely sealed and more robust quartz lamp, a directional beam pattern to improve optical efficiency, and dimmability to 20% that enhances lamp life. The LEP fixtures are constructed from low copper content die-cast aluminum and come with a polyester powder coat in natural for a long-lasting, durable finish.