Today’s LED bulbs offer light in a range of color temperatures. Whether you prefer soft, warm light or cool, energizing daylight, you can choose the light you need to create the mood you want.
Color temperature is what makes light feel warm or cool. A lower color temperature produces a warmer, more relaxing light. A higher color temperature emits a cooler, more refreshing light. Color temperature is measured by kelvin and can be found on the packaging or in the light bulb’s specifications. If you want light that is the same “color”, choose light with the same color temperature. Some bulbs like SceneSwitch offer multiple color temperatures in one bulb.
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