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What is color temperature or Kelvin temperature? Kelvin temperature is used as a term to explain how warm or how cool the color of light is. The lower kelvin temperature ratings 2000K-3500K have a much warmer tone. 3500K-4200K has more of a cool white tone and anything over 5000K is considered more of natural daylight with more white light.

  • 3000 Kelvin:3000 Kelvin is a soft white light providing warmth with a cozy and inviting glow.
  • 3500 Kelvin:3500 Kelvin is a warm white or neautral white. This light is still considered warm and cozy but used where focused activities are required.
  • 4100 Kelvin:4100 Kelvin is a cool white light with a mixture of white and yellow light and is best when the location requires more precision or more light to get the job done.
  • 5000 Kelvin:5000 Kelvin is a bright white light for premium clarity and is the closest light to our noon day sun. When the brightest, cleanest light is required - this is your best choice



What is color temperature or Kelvin temperature? Kelvin temperature is used as a term to explain how warm or how cool the color of light is. The lower kelvin temperature ratings 2000K-3500K have a much warmer tone. 3500K-4200K has more of a cool white tone and anything over 5000K is considered more of natural daylight with more white light.

  • 3000 Kelvin:3000 Kelvin is a soft white light providing warmth with a cozy and inviting glow.
  • 3500 Kelvin:3500 Kelvin is a warm white or neautral white. This light is still considered warm and cozy but used where focused activities are required.
  • 4100 Kelvin:4100 Kelvin is a cool white light with a mixture of white and yellow light and is best when the location requires more precision or more light to get the job done.
  • 5000 Kelvin:5000 Kelvin is a bright white light for premium clarity and is the closest light to our noon day sun. When the brightest, cleanest light is required - this is your best choice