Color Temperature

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Color Temperature

Color temperature is a scale that measures how ‘warm’ (yellow) or ‘cool’ (blue) the light from a particular source is. It is measured in Kelvins (abbreviated to K), and the higher the number, the ‘cooler’ the light. The lower the ‘K’ number, the ‘warmer’ the light. Choosing a color temperature is very subjective and everyone has his own preference when creating an ambiance. To help you select the right color temperature for your setting, choose your application below and select the color temperature most suited to your needs.

 A simple way to think of color temperature is to compare the light from the sun, from sunrise to sunset. During the day the light is bright (daylight), at noon it is white (cool white) and at sunset the light is more yellow (warm white).

Commercial Office Application


  • Warm White (3 000 K): Welcoming and smooth lighting. Highlights reds and yellows to create an inviting space!

    White (3500 K): Dynamic and even lighting. Create a neutral light for a balanced environment!

    Cool White (4 000 K): Radiant, clean and stimulating lighting. Helps increase contrast, perfect for task lighting and work environments!

    Daylight (5 000 K): Pleasant and luminous lighting. It imitates sunlight to create a stimulating and lively environment!

Warehouse Application


  • Warm White (3 000 K): Smooth lighting. Highlights reds and yellows; it is ideal for smaller warehouses!

    Cool White (4 000 K): Radiant, clean and stimulating lighting. It helps increase contrast, perfect for large warehouses!

    Daylight (5 000 K): Pleasant and luminous lighting. It imitates sunlight to create a stimulating and clean environment!

Residential


  • Warm White (3000 K): Welcoming, smooth and relaxed lighting. Emphasizes reds and yellows to create a comfortable living space!

    White (4 000 K): Dynamic and even lighting. Create a neutral light for a friendly and relaxed environment!

    Cool White (5 000 K): Radiant, clean and stimulating lighting. Design a space perfect for reading with a modern look!

Parking application


  • Warm White (3 000 K): Smooth lighting. Highlights reds and yellows; it is ideal for smaller parking area!

    Cool White (4 000 K): Radiant, clean and stimulating lighting. It helps increase contrast, perfect for large parking garage!

    Daylight (5 000 K): Pleasant and luminous lighting. It imitates sunlight to to provide superior uniformity for high visibility and added security.
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