Dataset for Characterization of ‘Cool’ and ‘Warm’ White LEDs
The emission properties of “cool” and “warm” white LEDs were studied. The suitability of pulse-width modulation as a method to control LED brightness was examined. Both types of LED demonstrated emission standard deviation minima at a PWM frequency greater than 2000 Hz. The functional wavelength ranges of the LEDs were approximated using the linearity of brightness as a function of pulse-width modulation duty-cycle and the root mean squared deviation from mean for absorbance measurements. Both LED types demonstrated good stability in absorbance measurements over long operation times. The “warm” LED demonstrated a broader range of wavelengths useful for spectrophotometry. This is the dataset of the investigation.
Navarre, Edward, "Dataset for Characterization of ‘Cool’ and ‘Warm’ White LEDs" (2021). SIUE Faculty Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity. 140.