Kyocera developed a full spectrum LED aquarium lighting
Kyocera Corporation has developed a full-spectrum LED illuminator for aquariums. Kyocera's high-color LED lighting uses its developed technology to combine purple LEDs and RGB three primary colors (red/green/blue) phosphors to create the effect of natural light reaching a specific underwater depth. The view that is close to the natural habitat of corals and aquatic plants, suitable for the growth of different marine organisms. Optical spectroscopy can also be customized to create a deep blue for viewing.
Kyocera's aquarium LED lighting launched the following four types of products in the Japanese market in mid-August:
Sea Blue: Create a solar spectrum at a depth of 2.5m below sea level
Aqua Blue: Create a solar spectrum at depths of 11m below sea level
Natural white: Create a spectrum similar to the sun on the ground
Dark blue: suitable for viewing purposes
1. Simulated natural light from a light bulb helps corals and aquatic plants grow
Kyocera's high-color LEDs combine to create a light that is very close to natural light through a combination of purple LEDs and RGB three-primary phosphors. Custom spectroscopy can also be used to produce light that is close to the natural habitat of corals and aquatic plants at specific underwater depths.
Besides, each LED component emits full-spectrum light close to natural light, creating a uniform, non-color-separated light suitable for long-term growth of corals and other marine life.
2. High output
Kyocera's self-developed ceramic technology enables the LED lamp to achieve superior durability. Also, air convection is produced by air convection, which allows for both high color rendering and high output. At the beginning of the design, Kyocera considered the scene used by the sea, using natural air cooling to dissipate heat, instead of using a fan that is prone to failure, thus minimizing the occurrence of the crash.