Seoul Semiconductor, reported that FLOS Architectural a Spanish branch of Italian specialty lighting firm FLOS Inc. utilizes its SunLike LEDs in its UT Spot and other spotlight products. Seoul claims that its SunLike LEDs emit light closest to the spectrum of natural sunlight. FLOS Architectural’s UT Spot, UT Pro(tracking power), and Light Supply spotlight products feature remote control of lamp positioning, direction, and focus. And the firm has also specified SunLike LEDs for its Smart Control, scheduled to be released in 2018.
Seoul notes that its SunLike Series LEDs use TRI-R phosphors, a light conversion technology developed by Toshiba Material Co., Ltd. to reproduce the spectrum of natural sunlight. The spectrum essentially eliminates the emission of harmful ultraviolet and infrared light with high radiant heat. So, the spectrum from SunLike LEDs offers the color rendering capabilities that are virtually the same as sunlight without much of the harmful effects.
FLOS Architectural Applying SunLike LEDs to Existing and New Products
Federico Martinez, CEO of FLOS Architectural explained, “We rated the SunLike LEDs’ impressive color reproducing capability and natural light spectrum technology very high. When we introduced our state-of-the-art lighting systems equipped with SunLike LEDs, we succeeded in attracting the attention of many audiences. After participating in PLDC, there were a flood of inquiries about SunLike LED-adopted products and we decided to apply SunLike LED to our new products, as well as existing products. We plan to expand the supply of our lighting products equipped with SunLike LEDs.”
According to Caleb Won, executive VP of global marketing at Seoul Semiconductor, “FLOS Architectural’s exclusive smart control technology represents the cutting-edge technology for the future of the lighting market. We expect that SunLike natural spectrum LED technology can be integrated to achieve synergy effects and contribute to increasing the spread of natural light LED.”