Bispectrum and Bichromatic induction lamps are already available in the tubular and circular form factor of the electrodeless fluorescent lighting technology. Like the twin tubes of the power compact smart lights and 50/50 lamps which we’ve seen in every combination of one color with another, it seems that induction lamps destined for hydroponic use have already received the bicolored phosphor coating treatment. The 200 watt tubular and 50 watt circular lamps from Lightpros are the only ones we’ve found so far which have the 50/50 coloration.
So far most induction lamps have a nominal color temperature of about 5000K, but there are already some bi-spectrum induction lamps in the wild which have 5000K on one side for vegetative growth and 2700K spectrum on the other side of the lamp to stimulate the blooming stage of flowering plants. If bicolored induction lamps can be built in a lower Kelvin color combination, then we suppose there’s no reason why it couldn’t be done to have a white and blue combo like the power compact lamps that often rocked nano reef tanks solo.