Statements | Jul 25, 2017

Paul Scheidt, Cree - Horticulture Lighting

"When you go into horticulture application the light output level directly correlates to the yield that you see in the plants. There is no buffer, when lights dim, the yield goes down. If something degrades very quickly and is 100% for one growth cycle then goes down to 90% for the second growth cycle, you will see a reduced yield. There is no room for adjustments." Paul Scheidt

Paul Scheidt is the leader of the product marketing team for LED Components at Cree. With over a decade of experience, Paul is an expert on LEDs for lighting applications and has helped lead Cree to be the market leader in LED lighting. Paul has an MBA from NC State University and a background in Electrical & Computer Engineering


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