XTI Patented Photoponix PAWS technology

Delivers Pulsed Alternating Wavelengths
of light synchronized with photochemical abilities to elicit a positive response from plants – spectrum, intensity, and duration can all be tailored to optimize light use efficiency by the plant
Too much light is detrimental to plants and creates reactive oxygen species (ROS) which can damage cells and interfere with plant growth when accumulated in high concentrations
Through alternating pulsing, XTi lights are able to deliver an ideal amount of light to a plant, which minimizes plant stress, decreases ROS accumulation, and allows photosynthesis to excel using fewer photons in a more efficient manner


XTI LIGHTS Increase production in a shorter amount of time with fewer costs to you

Light Recipes are changed by wireless communication

While to the human eye it appears the lights are on all the time.  In reality the lights are off 75% to 90% of the time. 
*Because of the large variance in existing LED technology, XTi lights are typically compared to industry standard T5 lights, as they are well known and widely used light in indoor agriculture, but we also use C-LED, Black Dog, HPS, and California Lightworks lights as alternate control lights in some trials.

Outstanding Results

Fruiting Plants

Flower Earlier (up to 6 weeks)
Fruit Earlier (up to 4 weeks)
Produce More Fruit (up to 2-5x)
Higher Fruit Weights (up to 2-5x)


Vegetative Plants

Higher Weights (up to 2-4x)
Faster Growth
Enhancements in Chlorophyll and other Pigments
Higher antioxidant content in red varieties of lettuce (up to 5x)

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Frequently Asked Questions

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How do I use the Light?

Lamps should be hung above the plants you’re growing and set on a timer depending on the desired photoperiod. Various recipes are available to choose from, contact us with any questions if you’re not sure which one to choose.

How long should I leave the light on?

This will vary a little by plant, but we’ve found that in general, most plants do well under an 18-hour photoperiod. Fruiting plants vary a little more; peppers can be grown under 24-hour light, but tomatoes do best under a 16-hour photoperiod. For more details or questions on other plants, contact us to help figure out what would work best for your needs.

How high should I hang the lamp?

We typically aim for a light intensity of 40-50 W/m2. Light height varies by recipe, but this usually translates to somewhere between 24-30” above the plants depending on the recipe. Lamps may also be raised as the plants get taller if your set up allows for it.

What do the different recipes do?

All XTi recipes allow the plant to optimize light use efficiency and should increase plant growth but we have some more specialized recipes for vegetative or fruiting plants. Contact us to figure out what recipe(s) would best match your needs.

How many lamps will I need?

We use two lamps in an enclosed 4’x4’ space, but the required lamp number will depend on the space you’re growing the plants in, size of the plants, and how many plants you have. Multiple lamps may be required but this also requires synchronization between lamps via a master/gateway. Contact us to help you figure out what set up would be best for you.

Will the lights increase your electric bill?

XTi lights use the patented Pulsed Alternating Waves of light, which pulse the LEDs at intervals that only have the light on for 10-20% of the time. This will have a negligible increase in your electric bill.