New York, NY (MARCH 22, 2022) - Seoul Semiconductor, a global leader of LED products and lighting technology, has been awarded “The Science of Lighting Award”, by National Lighting Bureau, for its SunLike Series natural spectrum LEDs that produce light closely matching the spectrum of natural sunlight.
“We are pleased to receive this award and thankful for the increased market adoption of SunLike technology,” explained Jared Davidson, Seoul Semiconductor EVP for North America. “It is our hope that the lighting industry continues to highlight the importance of quality of light and the impact it can have to our overall well being. Seoul Semiconductor will continue to invest in these technologies to bring us back to nature and light as it was intended.”
To learn more about the SunLike Series natural spectrum LEDs, please visit: seoulsemicon.com/en/technology/Sunlike/
About National Lighting Bureau (NLB):
The NLB is focused on Promoting Lighting Excellence™ and helping the lighting industry solve its business problems. The NLB exists to create demand for High Benefit Lighting®–efficient lighting designed to optimize human performance, health, safety, and commerce—by educating those who make and influence decisions about lighting. Obtain more information about the Bureau by contacting its staff at 615-379-7707, [email protected] or visiting its website (nlb.org)
About Seoul Semiconductor:
Seoul Semiconductor develops and commercializes light emitting diodes (LEDs) for automotive, general illumination, specialty lighting, and backlighting markets. As the fourth-largest LED manufacturer globally, Seoul Semiconductor holds more than 12,000 patents, offers a wide range of technologies, and mass produces innovative LED products such as SunLike – delivering the world’s best light quality in a next generation LED enabling human-centric lighting optimized for circadian rhythms; WICOP – a simpler structured package-free LED which provides market leading color uniformity and cost savings at the fixture level, providing high lumen density and design flexibility; NanoDriver Series – the world’s smallest 24W DC LED drivers; Acrich, the world's first high-voltage AC-driven LED technology developed in 2005, including all AC LED-related technologies from chip to module and circuit fabrication, as well as multi-junction technology (MJT); and nPola, a new LED product based on GaN-substrate technology that achieves more than ten times the output of conventional LEDs. UCD constitutes a high color gamut display which delivers more than 90% NTSC.
For more information about Seoul Semiconductor, please visit seoulsemicon.com
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