Colour of light

 

The colour temperature is measured in degrees Kelvin (K). The Kelvin value indicates the colour temperature description of the warmth or coolness of a light source. Although there are special lighting colours (blue, yellow, red ..) most lamps are white. However, the colour white can vary from very warm white to cool daylight. The lower the Kelvin value, the warmer the colour. LED lighting is available in all possible light colours. In addition, the colour temperature ranges from 1700K (very warm white) to 6500K (daylight).

What colour temperature should I choose?


livingroom 1700K t/m 2700K (Zeer) Warm Wit

1700K - 2700K - 3300K: (very) warm white

Very warm white light promotes relaxation and is suitable for ambient lighting for homes, restaurants and hotels, as it creates a cosy atmosphere.

Neutral 3000K 4000K

3300K - 5300K: cool (neutral) white

Cool white light is often used in retail stores and showrooms, but also as general lighting in offices. Cool white light looks natural but it guarantees a good light output.

Daylight

5300K - 6500K: daylight

Cooler daylight lamps are used to improve concentration, for example in offices, warehouses and industrial work environments.




Most popular products with choice of colour temperature:



LED Lights
LED Lights

LED Spots
LED Spots

LED Tubes
LED Tubes

PL-C & Dulux
LED PL-C & Dulux

LED Panels
LED Panels




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