Described in a scale from 0 to 100, Color Render Index (CRI) is the ability of the light source to reproduce the colors. Higher is the number, better is the color reproduction.
Color Temperature or Correleted Color Temperature (CCT) is measured in Kelvin (K) and indicates whether a lamp has a warm or cool color appearance. The incandescent lamps are considered warm light sources, because they have a low color temperature (2700K) and their color appearance is more the red/ orange/ yellow range. In the other hand, … Continue reading What is Color Temperature?
The lamp label was established by the Regulation N° 8747/2012 of 12 July 2012. According to this Regulation, that the lamp should carry an Energy Label with the following information: Brand Serial number of the product Energy efficiency class at the head of the arrow. Energy consumption in kWh per 1.000 hours This label became … Continue reading What is writing in the lamp label?
When look for one new lamp, there is some information in the package that should be notice. These features can be helpful to make the right choice. Energy label Average lifetime of the lamp (1000 hours equals an average of one year of usage) Color Temparature: Colour of the light, from yellowish (2700K) to daylight … Continue reading What information is in the package?