Color Temperature

Our products offer temperatures for each interval according to the atmosphere you wish to create.

Color temperature (CCT, Correlated Color Temperature) is measured in Kelvin degrees (K), and it indicates the lamp's tone of white. Usually three intervals are considered: we talk of warm white when CCT is lower than 3000K, neutral white between 3300K and 5300K, cold white above 5300K. Our products offer temperatures for each interval according to the atmosphere you wish to create, so you can have a 3000K warm light, a 4000K neutral light or a 5700K cold one. For dynamic needs that change according to the occasion or time of day, there is the possibility to manage the same panel with different temperatures: thanks to the Tunable White system it is possible to pass from a warmer to a colder color using a remote control.