What is Lighting Color or Color Temperature?
Color Temperature describes the tint or warmth of color from the lighting.
Work lighting ranges from warm (orange tinted) to cold (blue tinted). See the chart below to see a visual representation of this range.
Kelvin and Lighting Color
Kelvin is the measurement used when describing color temperature. The higher the Kelvin (K) the cooler the color, the lower the K the warmer the color.
Jobsite lighting can range from warm (typical of halogen lighting 3,200K) to cool (typical of LED lighting 4,000K and up) temperatures.
If you want to cut costs while safely lighting up your space, you should look to a company experienced with LED solutions. SiteLites specializes in lighting solutions with our family of LED work lights designed around customer safety.
SiteLites's expertise with power management solutions is a critical aspect of ensuring your LED performance. LED’s, while operating at low heat, are sensitive to exposure. SiteLites has implemented solutions such as cast-aluminum heat sinks and adaptive power prioritization that will keep your bulbs running.