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I am currently writing my dissertation, assessing the quality of light produced by established diffusion and bounce materials in comparison to LED fixtures compatible with new diffusion solutions, such as those with variable electronically diffused panels. In order to support my secondary research, I have created a series of questions to gain insight from industry professionals and specialists on the future of lighting and diffusion. If you feel you can answer all or any of the following questions and are and industry professional or specialist, I would appreciate it greatly! Q1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of colour tuneable LED lights? Q2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of diffusion filters/materials? Q3. What is your opinion on new LED electronically adjusted diffusion panels and what do you know about them? Q4. Do you think electronically diffused LED panels can replace industry standard diffusion filters/materials and why? Q5. How popular are electronically diffused LED panels and do you think manufacturers will produce more? Q6. Where do you see electronically diffused LEDs in the industry currently? Q7. What is the longevity of electronically diffused LED panels compared to diffusion filters?
I have seen some questions and responses in this regards in this forum. I am not very convinced, so I shoot the question again. Is it possible to feed PV cells with LED lighting? With LED's coloured lighting is easier, and getting a frequency in the range rated for a panel is easier. But would we be producing more energy than what we supply for the LED panel? I am considering a model as follows; 1 PV panel open to sun. This would power my LED panels and temperature regulators(Not an AC but some fan setup). 1 or 2 PV panel working with the LED panels, inside a temperature regulated closed environment. Would this be an efficient design?