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RED Horticulture

RED Sense

Capture. Analyze. Optimize.

Rely on trustworthy, precise, and comprehensive data to optimize your horticultural operation. RED Sense sensors, robust and equipped with advanced technologies, are interconnected to the RED Mesh network, providing detailed insights into light input and essential data such as natural sunlight, temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels.

Fine-Tune Your Lighting Strategies

The optimal development of your crops depends on a perfect balance between temperature, light, humidity, and CO2 concentration. Precise measurements of these elements allow you to manage the lighting conditions of your crops in real-time and make adjustments when needed.

Reduce Your Electricity Costs

Turning on the light increases your production costs. Precise control of your luminaires helps reduce the expenses associated with your operation. By only using the necessary light to fill the deficiency, you’ll improve the profits of your operation while maintaining agronomic performance.

Connect with RED Mesh

RED Sense sensors are known for their precision and are integrated into the RED Mesh wireless network. This protocol, at the core of the RED solution, provides instant communication of your data, allowing you to optimize your lighting parameters in real-time.


Use RED Sense PAR and gain perfect knowledge of the photosynthetic light actually received by your plants.


RED Sense AIR captures temperature and relative humidity to give you closely related information.


A plant’s photosynthetic activity is dependent on the amount of CO2 present in the air. With the RED Sense CO2 sensor, stay informed about the CO2 levels closest to your crops.

Data Available on MyRED

Thanks to the integration of these specific sensors into the MyRED solution, visualize all the essential data to manage your operation in a clear, intuitive, and real-time manner. Manage all your lighting parameters from one single app and optimize them with the power of artificial intelligence.


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