Our infrared (IR) and near-infrared (NIR) light led strips are available in 660nm, 730nm, 810nm, 850nm, and 940nm wavelengths. These wavelengths are often used in light therapy (photobiomodulation therapy), plant growth, and night vision systems for security cameras.
What is the difference between red and infrared led strips?
660nm deep red is visible red light (620nm to 700nm). This red light therapy acts on the skin surface (penetrating your body to a depth of about 8 to 10 mm) to stimulate cell regeneration (collagen) and can treat skin conditions such as acne, wrinkles, and age spots, and heal wounds.
Near infrared light emits longer wavelengths (700nm to 1400nm) than red light, which allows 730nm, 810nm, 850nm, and 940nm to penetrate deeper into our body to help detoxify, reduce inflammation, and relieve pain.
Moreover, the light of 810nm LED strip, 850nm LED strip, and 940nm LED strip is invisible to the human eye, so this IR LED strip type is usually used for lighting that needs to be unnoticed.
In agriculture, 660nm red light led strip and 730nm far-red led strip are used in plant growth lighting systems to promote plant photosynthesis.