The color temperature of the light source
People use the absolute temperature of a complete radiator equal to or close to the color temperature of the light source to describe the color table of the light source (the color that the human eye sees when directly observing the light source), which is also called the color temperature of the light source. Color temperature is expressed in absolute temperature K. Different color temperatures will cause people to have different emotional reactions. We generally divide the color temperature of the light source into three categories:
The color temperature of warm light is below 3300K. Warm white light is similar in color to incandescent light, with more red light components, giving people a warm, healthy, and comfortable feeling. It is suitable for homes, houses, dormitories, hospitals, hotels and other places, or places with relatively low temperatures.
2.Warm white light
Also called intermediate color, its color temperature is between 3300K-5300K. The warm white light has soft light, which makes people feel happy, comfortable and serene. It is suitable for shops, hospitals, offices, restaurants, dining-hall, waiting rooms and other places.
It is also called daylight color. Its color temperature is above 5300K. The light source is close to natural light. It has a bright feeling and makes people concentrate. It is suitable for offices, conference rooms, classrooms, drawing rooms, design rooms, library reading rooms, exhibition windows, etc…
The degree to which the light source presents the color of the object is called color rendering, that is, the degree of vividness of the color. The light source with high color rendering has better color performance, and the color we see is closer to the natural color, and the light source with low color rendering The color performance is poor, and the color deviation we see is also larger.
Post time: Nov-05-2021