What does colour temperature mean?
You’ve probably seen light bulbs that when illuminated appear very white—while others can look quite yellow or even orange. This is the light’s colour temperature. We measure colour temperature with something called the Kelvin Index. The higher the Kelvin rating, the more white a light will be. The lower the Kelvin rating, the more yellow (and thus, warm) a light will be.
What is Dim to Warm technology?
“Dim to Warm” is a shorthand—it means that when you dim your light, the colour and quality of the light actually become warmer. Our sustainable LED lighting was developed in-house and never flickers. It replicates the ambient glow of incandescent bulbs, and can be dimmed or brightened for different environmental needs.
Each panel offers a range of natural colour temperatures that correspond to respective dim/brightness levels.