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LED Plant Lighting Business Opportunities Unlimited
- Dec 27, 2018 -

As a special type of semiconductor material, LEDs emit light at wavelengths ranging from ultraviolet C (~250 nm) to infrared (~1000 nm), and the wavelength range of light emitted by each LED can be narrow. Thus, it is a very efficient plant illumination source with real spectrum control capabilities.

Unlike metal halide light sources, fluorescent lamps, and high pressure sodium lamps, the solid state lighting systems used in LEDs have some unique advantages. They are not only light in weight, small in size, long in service life, but also have the advantages of controllable wavelength and spectral composition, narrow bandwidth, low luminous surface temperature, low heat generation, high brightness, low radiation and high efficiency. In addition, LEDs also have the characteristics of spectral controllability. With the continuous advancement of technology and the continuous improvement of the technological level, the spectral control of LEDs will be more flexible in the future, and the manufacturing and use costs will be lower and lower, and its superiority will be more fully reflected.

These advantages also make LEDs gradually replace the status of traditional lighting sources. In plant lighting, LEDs can match the appropriate range of light waves to the plant's light receiver and affect the shape and composition of the plant. For plants grown in a controlled environment, the superiority of LEDs also makes them the preferred source of light.