Seoul Semiconductor plans to participate in the annual LEDucation conference and exhibit, an LED-only tradeshow and educational forum. LEDucation is scheduled for March 13 & 14, 2018 at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York, NY.
In its exhibit at LEDucation 2018, Seoul Semiconductor will showcase its latest LED innovations, including the SunLike Series natural spectrum LEDs. Seoul based the SunLike Series on a new technology that emits light nearly matching the spectrum of natural sunlight.
Seoul Developed this new SunLike Series natural spectrum LED technology with help from Toshiba Materials. The technology, which Seoul introduced in June of 2017, combines Seoul’s LED chip technology with Toshiba Materials’ TRI-R technology, phosphor compound. (Ref. Coverage).
According to Seoul, the SunLike Series LEDs offer natural spectrum lighting from an LED, and its physiologic effects can contribute to healthier life and help energize users. The company also says that the technology can create an ideal horticultural environment for plant growth. Furthermore, Seoul notes that because the LEDs emit in a spectrum that the company says is the closest to sunlight, the SunLike Series LEDs more accurately represent the color and texture of the object in natural light. This accurate color rendering makes the LEDs ideal for the illumination of fine art paintings in museum settings.
The company also plans to showcase its WICOP (Wafer Integrated Chip On PCB) package-less LEDs, and the company describes the WICOP LEDs as a two-generation advance in LED technology. Moreover, according to Seoul Semiconductor, the LEDs feature 10% higher brightness, and 20% lower cost than conventional “3535” high power LEDs, enabling much smaller, lighter, less expensive luminaire designs. The company also claims that WICOP LEDs offer the best in class Color Over Angle,
Seoul to Show Off MicroDriver and NanoDriver Series at LEDucation
Additionally, Seoul will show off its NanoDriver and MicroDriver Series of LED drivers that are said to result in smaller size, increased efficiency and lower costs, and they boast power densities up to 10X higher than conventional LED drivers. At just 13.5mm2, the NanoDriver Series, rated for 16W and 24W, are the industry’s smallest LED drivers.
The company devised the MicroDriver Series miniature LED drivers for LED lighting fixtures with outputs from 900 to 2400 lumens, and they offer a very compact package that allows the integration of the control circuitry with the external driver. Therefore, lighting designers can mount more light sources on the module, or reduce its size.
Seoul Semiconductor will exhibit in Booth #GB-708 at the LEDucation conference on March 13 from 10:00am – 7:00pm and March 14, 2018 from 9:00am – 4:00pm at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York, NY.