PROJECT TITLE :
A Spectrally Tunable Smart LED Lighting System With Closed-Loop Control
Light emitting diodes (LEDs), with their ability to produce tunable light-weight spectrums, present a significant opportunity to boost on existing lighting systems. They'll be applied to smart and specialised lighting, which can be highly useful in the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors. In this paper, we gift a novel closed-loop control algorithm with feedback from a spectral sensor, that permits the sunshine output spectrum to converge toward a target spectrum. The management system was experimentally validated by the hardware implementation of a wireless sensible lighting system with the eight tunable LED channels with different dominant wavelengths (450–650 nm) designed to cover a large portion of the visible light-weight spectrum. Experimental results show a close to excellent replication of target spectra, with an accuracy among five% for the correlated color temperatures and Euclidean distances which fall well inside a five-step $mathrm u^prime v^prime $ unit circle.
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