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What is the difference between ED plant lights and ordinary LED lights?
- Sep 10, 2018 -

LED plant lighting involves many disciplines, including semiconductors, spectroscopy, biology, etc. There are certain technical thresholds, and the wool is on the sheep, and the cost is placed there. The LED plant lighting factory is still in the cognitive and run-in period in the Chinese market. When the LED plant lighting market opens, it will be cheaper.


LED chips for lighting, the number of purchases is thousands of times of plant lights, the price is cheap, if the number of plant lights to a certain extent, the price of the lamp will be similar to the lighting.

In addition, in the case of a plant lamp with a red and blue ratio, when the power is sufficient, the plant can only be guaranteed to live, but the plant cannot be guaranteed to live well.



Regarding red (or other color problems), the color of the naked eye should be relatively large, such as 650 nm light and 640 nm light, which the human eye may not observe (the following figure, see the wavelength and color). However, the actual LED light that produces a specific band of light, the cost of different light colors is not the same, because there is no specific plant color data required, it is not clear here.



About the cost of LED lights. The main cost of LED lamps comes from several aspects, such as wafers, brackets, gold wires, phosphors (some expensive), and power supplies. The lamps of the conscience manufacturers are better in all aspects, and the unscrupulous manufacturers are unconcerned.


LED plant lights are more expensive than ordinary LEDs. I think it is mainly to look at the wavelengths required for plant LEDs (some wavelengths of light technology are more difficult to implement and costly). I don't understand biological knowledge and cannot answer them. In addition, the core technology of the specific wavelength required for plants is also influential in the pricing of plant LEDs if it is in the hands of a relatively small number of people.