Honglitronic Sunlight Spectrum LEDs

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Honglitronic Sunlight Spectrum LEDs

Very high CRI LEDs are all the rage now.
Honglitronic is yet another maker to join the market.
They offer 2835 mid power LEDs which claim CRI of 98.4.


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Thank you for the heads-up Agro, nice to see another very high CRI in the sunlike/sunlight category (with lower blue spike).

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Tally-ho wrote:
Thank you for the heads-up Agro, nice to see another very high CRI in the sunlike/sunlight category (with lower blue spike).

But only issue with these sunlight emitters is that it produces more violet and ultraviolet wavelengths. Don’t know how the health effects compare with nightime exposure to blue light.

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SKV89 wrote:
Tally-ho wrote:
Thank you for the heads-up Agro, nice to see another very high CRI in the sunlike/sunlight category (with lower blue spike).

But only issue with these sunlight emitters is that it produces more violet and ultraviolet wavelengths. Don’t know how the health effects compare with nightime exposure to blue light.


Interesting comment. Nichia have a lot of press on Optisolis lately stating just the opposite which is why they are deployed in Museums as Light on art because they have no UV
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welight wrote:
SKV89 wrote:
Tally-ho wrote:
Thank you for the heads-up Agro, nice to see another very high CRI in the sunlike/sunlight category (with lower blue spike).

But only issue with these sunlight emitters is that it produces more violet and ultraviolet wavelengths. Don’t know how the health effects compare with nightime exposure to blue light.


Interesting comment. Nichia have a lot of press on Optisolis lately stating just the opposite which is why they are deployed in Museums as Light on art because they have no UV
Cheers

Maybe they are like “LEDs can finally deliver CRI good enough to replace incans – and it doesn’t produce meaningful amount of UV”?
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Agro, in your opinions, what do you think is the best overall high cri led for everyday use with no uv?

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I don’t have an opinion on that topic. I’m not sure if that’s right or wrong but I never cared about no-uv.

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Thanks Agro for the surprise Party

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