Understand Your Lamp Color Temperature
The lighting industry is experiencing its own reappraisal right now. LED light are overtaking halogen, incandescent, mercury and or metal halide lamp for bright. Eco friendly illumination in home and premises accross Indonesia. Let us now look at the LED Color temperature chart.
What is Color Temperature ?
Color temperature is a measure (in Kelvin) of a light color when it is illuminated. As you may know, LED can come in three different color temperature : warm white, daylight white, and cool white. These are used to describe the ambience you are trying to create. In acoomercial space, especially, it is important to understand the mood you would like to achieve.
While some space function for general lighting purposes, space like warehouse may need brigther task oriented lighting. Clothing store, on the other hand may need accent feature seasonal merchandise, illuminate their dressing room, light up display cases, and so on and so forth.
Choosing the right color temperature can also drasticcaly affect the level of productivity of your workers. While a farmer tone of light may be great for a spa,it wont serve the same purpose in an office building. There is nothing worse than a dim office.
Warm white provides an ambient and intimate light that is ideal for living rooms due to their more yellow tone. This color temperature is great for general lighting purposes and gives off an inviting and relaxing atmosphere.
Bright white provides a clean and neutral light that is ideal for kitchen and workspaces because of their natural light tone. This color temperature is great for task lighting as well as general lighting purposes, and gives off an energetic and lively atmosphere.
Cool Day Light
Daylight white provides a more vibrant white light that is ideal for commercial spaces. LED light bulbs that fall within this range,emit an almost blue color.This kind of lighting is great for task lighting in office buildings, break rooms, and check out areas inretail stores.