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Canna Grow Technology’s mission is to elevate the capability of cannabis producers and the livelihoods of farmers.

Canna Grow Technology was started in 2021 by its founders who are passionate about cannabis and determined to see the nascent industry flourish.
The history of Thailand’s use of cannabis traces back hundreds of years. Its application was deeply engrained into the fabric of Thai culture as portrayed and displayed on many historic pieces of literature and art.
Up until the Vietnam War, Thailand was one of the world’s largest cannabis cultivators with its prized “Thai Stick” known for its strong potency to cannabis users across the globe. However, soon after the war, the government outlawed the cultivation and use of cannabis thereby stopping all progress in developing the industry.
Through modern findings from the global medical community, cannabis and related products are now widely accepted and produced as medicines to treat a variety of ailments which has led to Thailand legalizing the plants cultivation for medicinal purposes.
With the objective of providing easy access to high-quality production equipment and the dissemination of expertise, Canna Grow Technology aims to support Thailand’s cannabis movement by enhancing the successfulness of cannabis cultivators throughout the country and accelerating the country’s development into a dominant cannabis producer in the global arena.

Leading through innovation

By using the best components combined with a certified, expert design and engineering team, MEIJIU deliver the safest, most reliable and top performing product in the market.

Independent industry specialists run tests regularly and have been recommending MEIJIU as one of the best horticultural lighting companies for over 12 years.


Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) also known as radio frequency interference (RFI) refers to the electromagnetic emissions from a device or system that interfere with the normal operation of another device or system.


Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) refers to the ability of equipment or system to function satisfactorily in its electromagnetic environment without introducing intolerable electromagnetic disturbance to anything in that environment, i.e. tolerate a specified degree of interference, NOT generate more than a specified amount of interference and be self-compatible.


EN55015: Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of electrical lighting and similar equipment.


EN61547: Equipment for general lighting purposes – EMC immunity requirements.


EN6100-3-2: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) part 3-2: limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current up to and including 16A per phase).


EN6100-3-3: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) part 3-3: limitation of voltage supply systems for equipment with rated current ≤16A.


EN61347-1: Lamp controlgear - Part 1: General and safety requirements.


EN61347-2-12: Lamp controlgear - Part 2 – 12: Particular requirements for d.c. or a.c. supplied electronic ballasts for discharge lamps


EN62493:2015: Assessment of lighting equipment related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields.