Low thermal resistance and good thermal conductivity, high light efficiency and varied light wavelengths for varied needs- these are just a few qualities that already make the new LED 120°. But then again, in paraphrase, we talked about the quality of the fudge, but not the icing on the cake. Now we have options.
The new Horticulture oriented LED solution series, dubbed "Plant Light 3535 120° silicone molding" by lighting visioner REFOND Optoelectronics, has brought the same high lighting quality with a brand new twist- a molded Silicone package. Bygone the days of ceramic packaging only, say hello to packaging options. This new packaging option for the plant production and tissue culture fields can offer the same 120° LED viewing angle in silicone mold. Thus, the same high quality of uniform light color and with extremely high light extraction efficiency is kept and expanded upon to the user's enjoyment. Not to mention the application for flower production, plant agriculture/ horticulture and refreshment industries and far more.
with 50k to 100k hours expected lifespans (approx. 68.5 to 136.9 months), variety of rich wavelength, high light efficiency, low thermal resistance, good thermal conductivity and diverse types of light wavelengths- the same great LED lighting experience is given in a new package. Furthermore, this solution family is SMT patch compliant for easy use. The fact that these solutions are available on Tape and Reel is just the shiny star topper décor illuminating the Christmas tree.
Although initial cost of a LED bulb is higher than a traditional bulb, these solutions are 66% more energy efficient as they use less power than others in the long run. Additional reduced costs are seen in less use of water due to less evaporation and also less air conditioning required by the costumer for the best environment for his plant's specific needs. An academic research from 2016 regarding photobiology in horticulture stated "Large differences in pigment contents can alter the flavor of crops, but light is also important in regulating the biosynthesis of many of the volatile compounds that create the flavor and aroma of leaves, fruits, and flowers". The researches emphasized that LED use in horticulture is "expected to gradually revolutionize commercial crop production".