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Colour perception in practice

A qualitative comparison of colour rendering

Continuous LED spectrum (3000K)

In daily life, continuous spectra such as the warm white light of incandescent lamps or the neutral white light of daylight are our references for the natural rendition of colours. A wide, balanced spectrum such as that of ERCO warm white LEDs achieves authentic, familiar colour rendering on exhibits and has a low damage factor.

Continuous LED spectrum (3000K)

In daily life, continuous spectra such as the warm white light of incandescent lamps or the neutral white light of daylight are our references for the natural rendition of colours. A wide, balanced spectrum such as that of ERCO warm white LEDs achieves authentic, familiar colour rendering on exhibits and has a low damage factor.

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