What does “Color Temperature” means in LED Bulb Lighting?

The “Color Temperature” means the color of light produced by a light source. It is specified by using “Kelvin’s Temperature Measurement Scale”.

The different colors of light emitted by a LED bulb are classified using this scale.

Standard colors available for LED bulbs are

  1. 2700k is warmest color emitting yellowish light as conventional incandescent bulb.
  2. 3000K is warm color, less yellow as Halogen bulb.
  3. 4000k is natural White color.
  4. 5000k is Day Light color.
  5. 6000k is cool white with a very little blueish shade.


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