What Color Temp Is Daylight?

What color temp is daylight white?

Color temperatures between 3100K and 4500K are referred to as “cool white” or “bright white.” Light bulbs within this range will emit a more neutral white light and may even have a slightly blue tint. Above 4500K brings us into the “daylight” color temperature of light.

Is daylight 4000K or 5000K?

The Colour Temperature Scale

Colour Temperature Examples
3000K Warm white compact fluorescent and LED globes
4000K Neutral white or cool white fluorescent tubes
5000K Horizon daylight
5500 – 6000K Vertical daylight, electronic flash

What does 5000K daylight mean?

Category: General. 5000K CCT (Correlated Color Temperature) is the closest to natural daylight. It has a cool, blue-white tint, different from the more traditional warm yellow-orange tint. 5000K LED lights are perfect for larger areas and task-lighting.

What is brighter bright white or daylight?

The three primary types of color temperature for light bulbs are: Soft White (2700K – 3000K), Bright White/Cool White (3500K – 4100K), and Daylight (5000K – 6500K). The higher the Degrees Kelvin, the whiter the color temperature.

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