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Knowledge of Light Bulbs Color Temperature

What is color temperature?

It refers to the different performance of the light bulb's luminous color, but theoretically, the probability of the color temperature is the black body temperature refers to the color of the absolute black body after being heated from absolute zero (-273°C). After the black body is heated, it gradually turns from black to red, turns yellow, turns white, and finally emits blue light. When heated to a certain temperature, the spectral component of the light emitted by the black body is called the color temperature at this temperature, and the unit of measurement is "K" (Kelvin).

Light bulbs are used to emit light. The cooler the light, the higher the color temperature, and vice versa. Most people think that the colors of LED lights are only bright white or blue, but they are not; it not only has a variety of color temperatures but also can be used on different occasions. Under normal circumstances, it will be divided into three different color temperature luminosity: warm light, natural light, and cool white light.

Warm white light

Warm white lighting is the favorite color of many families, and it is also the most popular. Especially in the living room or where you need to create a warm and relaxing atmosphere, you can always see it. Warm white lamps have an orange-yellow hue, especially the color of halogen bulbs used before. Usually, it will appear in the bedroom, living room, dining room, garden and other places of our house.

Cool white light

Cool white lighting is closer to daylight and can emit brighter and brighter light. It is most suitable for installation in lively areas, such as kitchens, bathrooms, offices, and other places.

Natural light

The color of daylight is not much different from the daylight brought by nature, so it is often used in commercial environments after all. But if it is kept at home, it is often used in gardens and other places.