Components | LEDs | UV-LEDs | UV-Modules | Horticulture | May 21, 2019

SETi and Seoul Viosys - Advanced UV LED Technology for Horticultural Applications

Sensor Electronics Technology, Inc, (SETi), a division of Seoul Semiconductor and Seoul Viosys are showcasing the LED industry's first product line encompassing the entire UV spectrum from 225nm to 405nm, developed for a range of applications, including horticultural lighting to enhance plant growth cycles and control diseases at LIGHTFAIR International 2019, at the Philadelphia Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA.

"LIGHTFAIR is an ideal venue for us to showcase our latest UV LED innovations, and to introduce the larger lighting community to the technology advances that UV LEDs are making in horticultural as well as industrial applications," explained Dr. Peter Barber, director of business development for SETi and Seoul Viosys in the Americas.  

"We recently presented a webinar on the use of UV-B LEDs to increase secondary plant metabolites, increase resiliency to powdery mildew and mold, and extend the post-harvest shelf life of produce," explained Dr. Barber. The one-hour webinar, entitled "Next Evolution in Horticulture Lighting," was originally presented on Thursday, May 14, and is now available on-demand. Registration is free.

For more information about SETi and Seoul Viosys, please visit: www.s-et.com/en.

About LIGHTFAIR International:

LIGHTFAIR International is the world's largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference and is sponsored by the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) and the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD). Now in its 30th year, the event is produced and managed by AmericasMart® Atlanta.  For more information, please visit LIGHTFAIR.COM.

About SETi:

Sensor Electronic Technology, inc (SETi), a division of Seoul Semiconductor and Seoul Viosys, is the world's leading supplier of deep UV LEDs (emission wavelengths shorter than 340nm), as well as a broad portfolio of UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C LED products and application solutions. SETi UV LEDs are certified to AS9100D with ISO 9001:2015, and the company is committed to meeting and exceeding the needs of customers and stakeholders through the highest level of quality management.

About Seoul Viosys:

Seoul Viosys is a leading UV LED company that provides the widest range of UV wavelength devices in the world. As a pioneer in both near-UV and deep-UV technology, Seoul Viosys supplies competitive UV solutions to its global customers. Its technology is supported by more than 12,000 related patents, and sustained through a continuing investment in research & development.
For more information, please visit http://www.seoulviosys.com/en/

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