Colour temperature range
We classify light sources based on color temperature expressed in Kelvin. The most common range is 2700K - 12000K. A color temperature between 4000K and 5500K is considered to be a representation of white light (neutral). All values below this range can be classified as warm white (the less Kelvin the more yellow the light). All values above this range can be categorized as cold white (the more Kelvin the colder the white). Light color around 6500K starts to be characterized by the appearance of a blue glow. When the color temperature exceeds 7500K - 8000K, the light begins to fall into a blue-violet shade. The color temperature range of our products: 2700K - 12000 K.