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 Title & Authors
Efficient LED lighting system design of the plant growing system
An, Xiao-Ming; Hong, Young-Jin; Kim, Hwan-Yong;
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 Abstract
This paper devised a plant growing system As LED light source, three monochromatic lights (red, blue, white) and three mixed lights (red1+blue1, red2+blue1, red1+blue2) were made. According to the optical properties of those LED light sources and change in the amount of light, this author analyzed the characteristics of luminance and PPFD and also plant growth. According to the light efficiency of those LED light sources, it was high in white light as 125 lm/W and was low in red1+blue2 light as 9.9 lm/W. This result shows that monochromatic light has higher light efficiency than mixed light. The PPFD (, , ) luminance in different wavelengths of LEDs was high in white LEDs and was low in blue LEDs. therefore, it is possible to devise an efficient LED lighting system appropriate for growing plants by variety monochromatic lights and mixed light wave length combination of LED light source.
 Keywords
LED Lighting;Plant growing;PPFD;
 Language
Korean
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