fluorescent light How to Choose the Color of Fluorescent Bulbs

by:EME LIGHTING     2019-12-17
fluorescent light How to Choose the Color of Fluorescent Bulbs
Fluorescent lamps, whether tube or compact, are energy-efficient and have been in use for a long time, but until recently, the light provided by such lamps is not always flattering or authentic.Skin color, painted walls, fabrics, art and food may appear in a different color than the actual color.Fluorescent lamps now have different styles, which at least alleviate some of the problems inherent in this lighting in the home.Warm --Sometimes called Soft White on CFL packaging-Fluorescent lamps are like light from incandescent lamps.The color of the warm side of the color wheel looks close to their natural color, while the color of the cool side of the color wheel may be distorted and dim.Mixing the color with its color supplement produces a gray or soft color.If you mix up the red-From the warm side of the color wheel ---Red and Green complement each other and become dim.In warm light, red may look close to its natural color when Green looks muddy.White may look yellow, but the calm light is good --Suitable for bedroom and general living space.Cold Light fluorescent bulbs produce blue-tinged light.A cool color, such as blue, that looks more natural under cool fluorescence than in warm light.It may look Gray in the warm light.Color from the cool side of the color wheel, from the blue-From blue to purple green, it looks best in cool light.Red to orange, yellow to yellowIn the cool light, the Green may look mud, and the white may look bluetinted.This light is suitable for work rooms and bathrooms, as cold tones can sometimes make people feel refreshed.Full-The spectral fluorescent lamp, sometimes called daylight on the package, can be very similar to natural light, and the color will appear most natural under it.If your room has colors from both sides of the color wheel, or a mix of patterns and textures.This is a great light source reflecting these colors or reading rooms or areas.These fluorescent bulbs tend to be at the high end of the cost of the fluorescent production line, but if color accuracy is important to you or the work you are doing, they may be your favorite bulbs.A North-Facing rooms that are usually cool can benefit from warm fluorescent lights and the Southfacing, sun-The heated room can benefit from the cool light.But mixing fluorescence and natural light in a space can interact to produce a muddy light --around.Consider using full-Spectrum light or test light in the desired space.
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