Correlated Colour Temperature

 

Correlated Colour Temperature generally known as CCT, in lighting terms, refers to the appearance colour of a light source in relation to the appearance of an incandescent light source, maintained at a specific temperature, measured in kelvin (K). The Correlated Colour Temperature of a luminaire is visually translated by its colour, being that when the light is closer to yellow it is considered warmer (lower values on kelvin’s scale); and when it is close to blue it is considered colder (higher values on kelvin’s scale).

 

COLOUR TEMPERATURE KELVIN (K)

 

 

 

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