Samjin LED uses the light spectrum to help improve performance.
By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing
While it may look white to the naked eye, light comes in a spectrum of colors. “If you take a white sheet of paper and put it under a dining room light, the paper will look different than if you took it outside and looked at it,” points out Jung S. Kim, executive vice president of Samjin LED, the U.S. subsidiary of Samjin LND Co., of South Korea. “What you’re seeing is the effect of correlated color temperature of the light.”