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Seoul Semiconductor and Toshiba Materials Develop Natural Spectrum LED

Published: Jun 28,2017

Chung Hoon Lee, Founder and CEO of Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd. (Photo: Business Wire)

Seoul Semiconductor announced at a press conference in Frankfurt, Germany on June 26, 2017, the new SunLike Series natural spectrum LED technology was co-developed by Seoul Semiconductor and Toshiba Materials.

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The SunLike Series LED technology closely matches the spectrum of natural sunlight that human have enjoyed for thousands of years. It maximizes the advantage of natural light and minimizes the shortcomings of artificial light sources, providing light more like natural sunlight. This natural spectrum of light is achieved by combining Seoul Semiconductor’s world-class LED chip technology with Toshiba Materials’ TRI-R technology, a leading global phosphor compound.

“Mr. Kumpei Kobayashi, CEO of Toshiba Materials said that “We are pleased to be partnered with a global LED leader like Seoul Semiconductor to introduce the SunLike Series natural spectrum LEDs, which represent an advanced technology that creates a more intimate and nature-based lighting environment.”

“We are pleased to introduce another South Korean innovation in LED technology with the launch of the SunLike Series LED lighting technology that produces light close to the spectrum of natural sunlight. Much like our package-less WICOP Series LEDs revolutionized the LED packaging process, our SunLike Series LEDs represents a revolution in creating natural spectrum LED lighting.” said Mr. Chung Hoon Lee, CEO of Seoul Semiconductor.

“The SunLike Series LEDs will be applied in the lighting sector, contributing to a better and healthier life for humans. They will also be used in horticultural applications to create an ideal environment to help plants grow which is safer than using genetic modification,” he added.

He also said “We are delighted to partner with Toshiba Materials to provide our customers a light source that delivers the natural spectrum of sunlight – from the brightness of morning sunshine, to the energy of daylight, to the warmth of an evening sunset. We believe that the SunLike Series LEDs will improve the quality of human life by advancing a new era of human-centric lighting technology.”

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