LED Light Colour Temperature

by dmolloy
11 months ago

LED light colour temperature is measured in Kelvin, K. Light fixtures are found in colour temperatures on the Kelvin scale of between 2700K (extra warm incandescent), 3000K (warm white halogen) and 3500K (white fluorescent). Colour temperatures of 4000K (natural white) are typically used for commercial, industrial, hospital and cleanroom applications, as the light is bright and has a bluish daylight cast. When selecting new lighting, be sure to take its colour temperature into account to ensure you’re making the right choice.

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