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    26 Jul 2017 With CFLs and LEDs, light bulbs now come in a vast range of color primary types of color temperature for light bulbs are: Soft White (2700K – 3000K), Our trained associates will be enthusiastic to guide you through our
    A typical incandescent bulb has a color temperature between 2700K and 3000K. The sun at noon on a clear day produces a light of approximately 5500K.
    We get asked the difference between the different white LED color temperatures all the time. The answer is fairly simple when you understand the basics of how
    A light bulb that produces light perceived as yellowish white will have a color temperature of around 2700K. As the color temperature increases to 3000K
    Home >Light Bulbs >Bulb Tips and Advice >What color temperature is right for me At the lower end of the scale, from 2000K to 3000K, the light produced is
    Use the Kelvin temperature chart and color scale at Lumens.com to the Kelvin scale of 2700K (warm incandescent), 3000K (warm white halogen) and 3500K
    When it reaches a temperature of 2,700? Kelvin, (about 4,400? F or 2,426? The chart on the left is just to illustrate the point – the colour saturation on the chart is LED bulbs, they come in 2700K warm white, 3000K clean white and 4000K
    Colour temperatures are measured in Kelvin and is symbolized by the letter K. Warm white 3000K which is clearer in appearance but still quite warm. The chart below shows a scale that compares everything from candlelight to daylight:.CFL & LED light bulb brightness scale | color temperature chart | energy CFLs and LEDs are made to match the color of incandescent bulbs at 2700-3000K.

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