Tuesday, May 13, 2014

What Kind of T8 LED Tube Light Do I Need?

You might be the energy manager for a corporation.
May be the financial guy for a medium sized business.
You might be on a school or hospital board.
Or perhaps you are the owner of a small business.

Whatever your reasons, you have realized that you could be saving on your electric bill by at least 50% if your entity made the switch. Now it is time to decide what exactly will suit your needs. This diagram will help you choose the right color temperature of an LED light bulb. 





2700K- Warm White
(incandescent white, candle light)
Homes, restaurants, hotel lobbies, boutiques<2900K
orange/red light

3000K- Warm White
(halogen white)
Libraries, retail stores, office areas, schools2900K -3500K.
clear/white light with very little red or blue tones


4000K- Neutral WhiteShowrooms, bookstores, office areas4000K-4700K.
clear/white light with very little red or blue tones, but appears more "cooler" than halogen light.


5000K Cool WhiteMuseums, jewelry stores, jewelry showcase windows, hospitals5000K>
blue color