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Color Temperature The overall color appearance of the light itself. When referring to a source as either "warm" or "cool" the Color Temperature is being discussed. Color temperature is expressed in units of Kelvin. Lamps range from 2100-7500 Kelvin. Lower color temperature (3000K) represents "warm" light, higher (4100K) represents "cool" light.
Color Temperature The overall color appearance of the light itself. When referring to a source as either "warm" or "cool" the Color Temperature is being discussed. Color temperature is expressed in units of Kelvin. Lamps range from 2100-7500 Kelvin. Lower color temperature (3000K) represents "warm" light, higher (4100K) represents "cool" light.

Color Temperature The overall color appearance of the light itself.

When referring to a source as either "warm" or "cool" the Color Temperature is being discussed.

Color temperature is expressed in units of Kelvin.

Lamps range from 2100-7500 Kelvin. Lower color temperature (3000K) represents "warm" light, higher (4100K) represents "cool" light.


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