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LIGHTING TECHNIQUE FOR GREENHOUSE

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000241558D
Publication Date: 2015-May-11
Document File: 2 page(s) / 9K

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Abstract

The disclosure proposes a technique for providing lighting in greenhouse that is amenable to human eye. The technique includes a device that emits light of different wavelengths. The device provides a light of wavelength based on requirement. The requirement may be optimal plant growth or amenability to human eye. The device is configured to emit light of wavelength amenable to human eye when human beings are working inside the greenhouse.

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LIGHTING TECHNIQUE FOR GREENHOUSE

BACKGROUND

The present disclosure relates generally to a greenhouse lighting system and more particularly to a technique for providing lighting in greenhouse that is amenable to human eye.

An enclosure, such as a shed or building used for growing plants is generally referred to as a greenhouse. Environment of the greenhouse is optimized for plant growth. For example, plants require a specific wavelength of light for optimal growth. A source of light that emits such particular wavelength is placed inside the greenhouse.

However, such a wavelength is not pleasant to a human eye and there are several instances when human beings need to work inside the greenhouse. For example, human beings may work inside the green house for tending the plants or working on the structural components of the greenhouse.

It would be desirable to have a technique for providing lighting in greenhouse that is amenable to human eye.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

The disclosure proposes a technique for providing lighting in greenhouse that is amenable to human eye. The technique includes a device that emits light of different wavelengths based on requirement. The requirement may be optimal plant growth or amenability to human eye.

For example, if the device is placed in an area where only plants are grown, the device emits light of specific wavelengths that is suitable for plant growth. If the device is placed in an area where humans are working, the device emits li...