The concept of “color temperature” can only be applied to white light and refers to the predominance of certain colors of the light spectrum in this type of light, and not to the amount of heat emitted by the LED high bay, a a concept that is often misinterpreted.
“Color temperature” is a relative measure, which is defined by comparing the color of the light emitted by an LED high bay in the light spectrum, with the light emitted by a black body at a certain temperature (expressed in Kevin “K” ).
The temperature sensation that our brain perceives is opposite to the color temperature of LED high bays. At low temperatures (less than 35 ° K), we will get white with orange and reddish tones (warm light), unlike higher color temperatures 6500 ° K we will get whites with bluish tones (cold light).
Our LED high bay has a neutral color temperature, was designed at 5000K, being practically pure white, this color temperature is one of the most effective (Lm / w) which most closely resembles natural sunlight (5780K : pure sun color).
Our LED high bays have a very good color rendering index (RCI)> 80, 100 being the CRI of sunlight, that is, it has a great ability to faithfully reproduce the colors of objects.
You have to choose a color temperature for your lighting, our 5000K LED high bay is undoubtedly ideal for any working environment in which you want to achieve a high level of light and great lighting comfort