Color Temperature Explained
Surprisingly, the color temperature of a light bulb has nothing to do with how hot the bulb gets! Color temperature is actually a method of describing the color characteristics of light. LED color temperatures have various ranges, including Warm, Cool, Natural and Daylight. Each color temperature has its own distinct look and feel. The color temperature is measured in Kelvins (K). The higher the Kelvins, the cooler the temperature, and the lower Kelvins, the warmer the temperature. The range for Kelvins for LED lights is from 2700K to 6500K.