The colour temperature of LED lighting is expressed in Kelvin (K). The lower the Kelvin number, the warmer the colour of the light. The higher the Kelvin number, the colder is the colour of the light.
In our assortment we have various colours of LED panels: 3000K warm white, 4000K natural white (neutral white), 6000K cold white, adjustable white CCT LED panels (2800K-6500K) and RGB (multi-colour) LED panels. The colour temperature you pick depends on where you are planning to place the panels.
- 3000K LED panels are often used in reception halls, restaurants, shops, changing rooms and offices. The light is expressed as: "cosy light" and "atmospheric". Suitable for creating an accessible atmosphere.
- 4000K LED panels are the most popular and ordered panels because of their "neutral light". It is often used in offices, showrooms, hair salons, beauty salons, kitchens and schools.
- 6000K LED panels are often used in areas where good visibility is required, such as warehouses, dental clinics, clothing stores, hospitals, workshops and also offices. This panel is most similar to daylight color with a touch of blue.
In the image below you can see the three different LED colour temperatures: Warm White, Natural White and Cold White.
Home lighting tends to have a light colour of under 3000K. The most common light colour is 2700K. This colour can be compared to traditional lighting such as halogen and light bulbs.