Get to know us

EmersonGrow was founded in 2017 to bring LED Grow Lights to the rapidly evolving indoor agriculture and cannabis industries. The company began with simple, cost effective T5 and T8 Light Bars and replacement tubes, quickly acquiring clients. As the company continues R&D in their controlled environment laboratory, the simple light bar has evolved into a fully-digital lighting solution with the ability to collect plant data and machine learn plant response patterns and optimize protocols.



Our Purpose is to Transform the Consumer Experience of LED Grow Lighting from Analog to Digital, enabling the Introduction of Machine Learning to Home and Commercial Growers.



Our Vision is to Support and Evolve the Controlled Environment Agriculture Industry by providing Digital Lighting Solutions and Establish the First Global Growers Platform; leveraging Data Collection from Integrated Cameras and Sensors to build an Internet of Things (IOT), using Machine Learning to help growers growers around the World Maximize their Yields.



Client Care

Our Team is committed to providing our clients with unparalleled service and care. From the moment a new client walks in the door or contacts us online, we are dedicated to making their experience exceed expectations.


Our Team is committed to working with environmentally conscious materials and design practices to develop our equipment. We are committed to helping growers reduce their energy consumption through smarter, digital lighting solutions. 


Our Team is committed to collaboration, innovation and evolution of our products and services. As a small team, we understand that collaboration is fundamental to our long-term success and remain committed to supporting both our clients and each other.



Nixon Chen

EmersonGrow founder Nixon Chen began working with LED lights over 20 years ago through various companies and quickly became recognized as an innovator and leader in North America. His LED lights can be found in businesses and residences around the world, including a handful of multinational corporations and municipalities.