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Seoul Semiconductor unveils Sun-like LEDs


Joint development with Toshiba Materials minimises blue light emitted by regular LEDs

South Korean LED maker Seoul Semiconductor has announced a new technology, called SunLike, which it says minimises the blue light emitted by regular LEDs.

Seoul said that the technology, developed in partnership with Toshiba Materials, would produce light with a spectrum similar to the Sun's rays. Objects lit by SunLike LEDs would therefore appear as they would in sunlight.

The company expects sales of the new LEDs at around $400 million by 2021, contributing to a target of $3 billion in total sales for the company by then, up from $840 million last year.

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