Led panels are perfect for replacing the classic fluorescent tubes. LED panels allow you to create modern and decorative atmospheres. They emit a uniform light flow, by saving up to 80% compared to the conventional fluorescence systems; they have a long lifecycle (up to 10 times longer life) and they require no maintenance.
The concept is simple: create a luminary which fits in removable ceiling plates in every building by adding a maximum power output and by providing an ultra-low consumption. Led panels are perfect for industrial facilities, offices, hospitals, schools, high schools, universities and commercial complex.
White led panels are perfect for:
RGB led panels are perfect for:
The colour temperature determines the colour of emission at the source. Depending on the type of work you can use different downlights. The unit of measure is the Kelvin (K). The light sources whose predominant colour is red are warm lights; the light sources whose predominant colour is blue are cool lights.
What colour temperature should you choose for a room?
It is preferable that you ask a specialist (decorators, architects, engineers, professional installers…). If not, you have to take into account the different colour temperatures.
WARM LIGHT (2500 - 3000 ºK)
This light invites you to relax. It is perfect for rooms where the clients can feel comfortable like shops, restaurants, waiting rooms, assembly halls and so on.
NEUTRAL LIGHT(4000 – 5000ºK)
Create a clean and a bright effect. It is used in fast-food restaurants and also in hospitals, car parks, supermarkets and bank offices.
COOL LIGHT (5000 – 6500ºK)
Blue is the predominant colour. When we are in a room lit by a cool light we feel that we are in a cool place.
Colour temperature could be defined as the predominance of certain colours in WHITE lighting. In this way, white can be modified towards amber or towards blue. Colour temperature is measured in Kelvin and it is only applied to white lights. All other colours don’t have a colour temperature. For this reason, white lights, which have a predominance of amber, will be called warm lights and white lights, with a predominance of blue, will be called cool whites. When we are in a room lit by a warm light, we feel like we are in a warm and comfortable environment. On the contrary, if we are in a room lit by cool lights, we feel like we are in a cool atmosphere.
The colour temperature is approximate since there are many factors which can produce changes. Unless you have a thermocolorimetre, you can’t know exactly the colour temperature of your luminaire.
Light source – Colour temperature (Kelvin)
The Kelvin indicates the type of colour which our bulb will have. Depending on the number, we will be able to have three types of light: warm white, neutral white and cool white. Each colour has a more or less practical application. Cool white is suitable to be placed in areas that require a white light such as the garage, the box room… Neutral white is suitable to be used in bathrooms, kitchens or any working place. Lastly, warm White is suitable to be placed in bedrooms, living rooms and so on because it offers an ambient lighting.
When shopping a bulb, you can consult the temperature. If the bulb is around 3000K, it will emit a warm white, if it is around 4500K, it will emit a neutral white and if it is around 5800K, it will emit a cool white. It is also interesting to look at the function of dimmers which are used to create an atmosphere by regulating the intensity.