“I now own 2 of the Acro Optics fixtures. Service, adjustability, spectrum, durability, made in the USA and a built in par calculator that is spot on. I have used many other fixtures over the years and the Acro Optics fixture is by far the best fixture I have ever used. Nothing better than a large array of precise LEDs to light your reef. No spotlights or puck lighting here just a large fixture with coverage that your reef will love.”

Murrell Gray

Longmont, CO

“The AcroOptics LED System has been an incredible resource for the MarsOASIS (Optimized Agricultural System for In situ Specialization) project at the University of Colorado. MarsOASIS is an environmentally controlled crop production system serving as a prototype for larger scale long term food production facilities in space. The AcroOptics system features programmable control of LED light spectrum and intensity over a daily cycle, allowing us to study the growth of plants under simulated Martian sunlight. With AcroOptic’s contribution of this powerful and flexible lighting solution, we are now able to investigate the effects of lighting beyond the Earth-Moon system.”

Astronaut Joe Tanner
Professor James Nabity

University of Colorado – Aerospace Engineering

“The AcroOptics 24 LED fixtures fit well in our Conviron E15 growth chambers, providing a straightforward means of retrofitting old controlled environmental growth facilities with energy-efficient, state-of-the-art light sources that allow for precise control of wavelength and intensity from minute to minute. This control has allowed us to design unique experiments that would otherwise not be possible with the previously installed high-output fluorescent bulbs. The system’s easy-to-use interface and compact size have also allowed us to grow plants on bench space with environmental conditions comparable to those achieved in our growth chambers. These latter features make the AcroOptics fixtures an ideal option for researchers of all backgrounds seeking high-quality lighting equipment with a small footprint.”

Professor William Adams

University of Colorado – Evolutionary Biology