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What is the difference in color temperature of LED lights?
Last Updated: 4th February, 2020
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Moreover, what is the best LED color temperature?
A color temperature of 2700–3600 K is generally recommended for most indoor general and task lighting applications. Color Temperature is not an indicator of lamp heat. Newly created vintage and filament LED bulbs offer color temperatures below 2700K, some even as low as 1900K!
Furthermore, what are the colors of LED lights? The popular colors available for LEDs are "warm white" or "soft white," and "bright white." Warm white and soft white will produce a yellow hue, close to incandescents, while bulbs labeled as bright white will produce a whiter light, closer to daylight and similar to what you see in retail stores.
One may also ask, what is the Colour temperature of LED lights?
LED light sources are based on the Kelvin system of measure. A warm color temperature is typically 3,000K or less. A "cool" white bulb commonly has a color temperature of 4,000K and higher on the Kelvin scale.
Are LED lights cool or warm?
Today's LED bulbs offer light in a range of color temperatures. Whether you prefer soft, warm light or cool, energizing daylight, you can choose the light you need to create the mood you want. Color temperature is what makes light feel warm or cool. A lower color temperature produces a warmer, more relaxing light.