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LTS Licht & Leuchten To Offer SunLike Luminaires

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Selected products will be available with Seoul Semiconductor's natural spectrum LEDs

Seoul Semiconductor has announced that its SunLike Series natural spectrum LEDs, which implement light closest to the spectrum of natural sunlight, have been adopted for selected luminaires made by LTS Licht & Leuchten GmbH, a German manufacturer of high-quality luminaires for hospitality, retail and office applications.

LTS has adopted SunLike natural spectrum LEDs for selected products, including the Jett 100 and CSA 60 spotlights.

A series of spotlights with a discreet and individual appearance, and clear, straightforward design lines, Jett spotlights harmoniously blend in with any type of retail application. The high colour rendering and luminous intensity of these spotlights enable lighting designers to achieve accentuated arrangements in many different application scenarios.

The CSA 60 luminaires are a simple, yet effective recessed spotlight series made from die-cast zinc that meet the highest demands of quality. Fitted with the latest LTS aluminum specular reflectors, the CSA 60 spotlights deliver optimum output and glare-free light for a wide range of applications.

Ewald Steinel, head of the product department of LTS, explained: "SunLike technology uses a purple LED chip in combination with an RGB-phosphor. The generated spectrum comes closer to sunlight than any technology before. By improving the contrast, an ideal colour perception is achieved. In addition, we can enhance our customers' mood, because SunLike does not influence the day / night rhythm of humans by reducing the blue light peak."

According to Caleb Won, executive VP of global marketing at Seoul Semiconductor: "The evaluation results and decision by LTS, as part of the Fargerhult Group, confirm Seoul's investment and belief in the SunLike LED technology. We expect SunLike LED technology to be integrated achieve synergy effects and contribute to the increase application of natural light LEDs."


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