In today's urbanised environment many people live in accommodation that lacks significant natural light. There are other options for indoor plant lighting. Most common among these options are incandescent and fluorescent systems.
The problem with incandescent lighting, in comparison to LED grow lights, is that they are very hot to the touch. This is a problem for users, which can burn themselves and to young plants that tend to dry up and die under intense heat. You can check out the LED grow lights via https://www.kydled.com/led-grow-light-manufacturers/.
If the lights are used in limited space, this heat generation aspect can be an important factor that requires additional ventilation only to maintain the level of temperature at an acceptable level.
Neon plant lighting creates almost no heat and in this case is a much better choice. Neon plant lights do require a ballast unit to function properly and these units can be a big addition to the size of the plant's own light.
These plant lights do not require additional ventilation if used on small scale and cheaper basic installations. One disadvantage of neon plant lighting is that they are not directed. This means that for use reflectors is efficiently needed. This factor, along with the installation of additional cables for the ballast unit complicated this plant's light installation.