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frater_secessus [LED lighting]
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 LEDs tend to have cooler/​bluer color than incandescents,​ which are yellowish in comparison. ​ First learn what color you prefer (expressed in degrees Kelvin) then select LEDs in that range. ​ Some sample color temperatures:​ LEDs tend to have cooler/​bluer color than incandescents,​ which are yellowish in comparison. ​ First learn what color you prefer (expressed in degrees Kelvin) then select LEDs in that range. ​ Some sample color temperatures:​
-  * 2000K - candlelight((http://​www.planetbulb.com/​pages/​What-is-Kelvin-Color-Temperature%3F.html))+  * 2000K - candlelight((http://​www.planetbulb.com/​pages/​What-is-Kelvin-Color-Temperature%3F.html)), sunrise/​sunset((http://​www.eaglelight.com/​category/​lighting_tutorials.color_temperature/​))
   * 2700K - 60w incandescent,​ seen right   * 2700K - 60w incandescent,​ seen right
-  * 3100k to 4500  - bright white((http://​www.westinghouselighting.com/​color-temperature.aspx))+  * 3100k to 4500  - [[http://​amzn.to/​2rEwzGI|natural white]] to bright white((http://​www.westinghouselighting.com/​color-temperature.aspx))
   * 5000K - daylight (scientific [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Standard_illuminant#​Illuminant_series_D|standard illuminant)]]   * 5000K - daylight (scientific [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Standard_illuminant#​Illuminant_series_D|standard illuminant)]]
   * 5500K - bluish white, seen right   * 5500K - bluish white, seen right
 +  * 6000K - blue white like HID headlamps((http://​www.eaglelight.com/​category/​lighting_tutorials.color_temperature/​))
  
  
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