Seoul Semiconductor announced that it has supplied its SunLike Series natural spectrum LEDs for horticulture LED lighting by the lighting solution company Rofianda B.V., located in the Netherlands
Seoul Semiconductor is developing the SunLike LED with the spectral distribution closest to sunlight as the world’s first technology. It enables the Dutch company’s LED lighting systems to produce a full spectrum of light wavelengths from 380 to 740 nanometers, similar to the spectral curve of sunlight and a color temperature of 5600 K, creates optimal conditions for cultivation.
Ronald Gronsveld, Director of Rofianda BV said, “We are extremely pleased to be able to publish differentiated gardening LED lighting in cooperation with Seoul Semiconductor SunLike in Seoul Semiconductor is” real natural light LED “, The spectral curve of light is equal to the curve of sunlight and it is possible to improve the yield and quality of agricultural products compared to general LEDs, so there is no doubt that market demand will expand in the future. “
“The gardening lighting market is growing fast, SunLike, which reproduces the natural light spectrum with LEDs, will bring great results in bringing the optimum gardening lighting solution to our customers,” commented, Nam Gibbom, Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Seoul Semiconductor. “We expect that Seoul Semiconductor will be able to diversify its customer base all over the world as a result of this expansion of the LED portfolio for gardening.”
The SunLike LEDs are the result of yearlong collaboration with Toshiba Materials.