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Horticulture LEDs

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ANSAN, South Korea, Nov. 3, 2017 — Horticulture LEDsThe Horticultural Series of LEDs from Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd. is a line of solid-state lighting sources for the efficient growth and propagation of plants.

The LEDs are available in chip-on-board, mid-power and high-power packages. The LEDs extend the spectrum to include multiple UV bands (UV-A, UV-B and UV-C) and far-red bands (∼700 to 800 nm). The extension of this LED product series beyond the ends of the visible spectrum provides horticultural lighting designers with the capability to develop the widest range of light sources beneficial for growing and propagating different types of vegetables and plants in indoor settings.

The product family also includes the SunLike Series of natural spectrum LEDs, which produce light that closely matches the spectrum of natural sunlight. It provides a light source more like natural light than conventional white light LEDs, providing lighting designers with a wider range of options as they develop horticultural-specific lighting systems.
Nov 2017

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