What is full spectrum LED
Full spectrum refers to the spectral curve of ultraviolet, visible and infrared light in the spectrum, and the ratio of red, green and blue in the visible part is similar to that of sunlight, and the color rendering index Ra is close to 100.
The spectrum of sunlight can be called full spectrum. The color temperature varies with seasons and time. Therefore, the spectrum of full spectrum lamp should change color temperature with time and simulate natural light environment in order to be more in line with the natural growth law of organisms.
The continuous spectrum of sunshine radiation at noon on sunny days, with a color temperature of 5000K, is divided into visible and invisible light. The wavelength of visible light is 400-760 nm, which is divided into red, orange, yellow, green, green, blue, purple and concentrated into white light, and invisible light, which is more than 760 nm in infrared light and 290-400 nm in ultraviolet light.
Full spectrum LED should simulate 5000K solar spectrum as far as possible.