WHAT DOES COLOUR TEMPERATURE MEAN?
Colour temperature defines the color appearance of a white LED. CCT is defined as Kelvins (K); a warm light is around 2700K, moving to neutral white at around 4000K, and to cool white, at 5000K or more.
One of the key reasons why LED is rapidly being universally adopted as a light source is because of the range of colour temperatures available. From bright retail display and subtle foyer luminescence to unobtrusive coffer and bulkhead glow, LEDs offer a choice of many hues.
Standard: 2400K, 2700K, 3000K, 4000K
On application: 1800K – 9000K
LED strip lighting is available in numerous options, offering a wide variety of solutions for lighting. Pitch: LED’s per metre range from 60 to 128 and directly affects the lumen output of the strip Lumens per metre: Range from 360 to the uber 2900 CRI: Most strip lighting boasts a CRI of greater than 90
To view our strip light check out our work at Cranbrook House: https://www.tecled.com.au/portfolio/cranbrook-house/