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photo of a light color temperature cool to warm range, Kelvin explained



Understanding color-correct lighting starts with knowing the benchmark of natural sunlight. The amount of color you see in the chart above represents the spectrum volume of color under each type of light. All light has two main, light-rating measures. One is a CRI (Color Rendering Index), and the other is a Kelvin rating. The natural sunlight color temperature has a CRI of 100, and a 5500 Kelvin rating. The main quality of an excellent color temperature bulb, is its color rendering capability. The closer to 100 CRI you can get, the better. Looking directly at a light and its light ambiance, is the Kelvin rating. The very top photo helps communicate those numbers visually.

To simplify the comparison, each chart has a volume of color, that is what you'll see more of in a room. If a balanced representation of color is what you are after, then you'll want a light that is closest to the natural light. Cool-white light is the light that is furthest away from a natural light spectrum. You'll see that items in a room will appear to have a greenish cast on them. Notice how the yellow and green peaks.

Our Interior Designer's page illustrate's visually what happens when light hits an object. Notice that the object's colors changes under different light spectrums.The application: When there are multiple design inputs made on a project, this is an area where color errors inadvertently are made. As each input can be made under different light spectrums.

For more photos on how differing light spectrums affect an objec'ts appearence, click here.

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Keywords: Color correct lighting, natural spectrum light, full-spectrum light bulbs, we have all your color-correct lighting needs handled at crslight.com. We offer high quality full-spectrum light and solutions for those who seek natural light for their office, work or home environment. Our full color spectrum lighting is easy on the eyes and will allow for better health and less headaches and eyestrain brought on by regular fluorescent lighting.

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Spectrum lighting is widely used in many applications where vision quality comes first. You can also use full-spectrum fluorescent light as showroom lighting, studio lighting, or anywhere where you wish to have true light or full color spectrum lighting. Our original full-spectrum lights are featured at the Smithsonian Institute. An excellent spectrum in fluorescent light makes a significant difference in enhancing your vision. We offer natural light in tube form. You can buy our natural and full-spectrum light bulbs by the box, case, or truckload. Whatever your lighting needs, CRSLight.com will make sure you see clearly. Our natural light bulbs are of the highest quality and can even help to increase productivity among your employees. Industry shows that balanced spectrum lighting will help release tension and reduce glare that wears out the eyes caused by fluorescent lighting. Give your eyes a break and a treat all at the same time, and order full-spectrum fluorescent light bulbs from CRS Light today!

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