Luxdium paves the way for full-spectrum lighting

October 3, 2022
Fremont, California
For 4.5 billion years, the Sun has illuminated the Earth, providing a broad spectrum for life to evolve. From oil lamps to metal halides, mankind has sought to imitate the Sun. After 4 years of experiments, we've come the closest to emulating natural sunlight with LEDs. A small step, but a giant leap for the LED lighting industry.

Presently, full-spectrum LEDs have a blue spike with varying representation in the yellow color region to produce white light. This comes with drawbacks as colors often don't render as they should. To compensate, manufacturers add other colors like green and red to improve the spectrum distribution, all while creating new issues like color separation.

Our latest experimental array features custom-designed LEDs and patent-pending technologies that push the limits of what conventional LED tech is capable of within the confines of plastic optics and we're excited to see where this project goes.

The entire LUX Engine lineup greatly benefits from these innovations. Using similar tech, we've already broadened the spectral output of our Blue clusters, while still preserving the narrow spectrum they can emit for maximum fluorescence.
Full spectrum comparisons between Luxdium custom, a traditional full spectrum LED and sunlight.
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