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LED light sources – energy efficient

CCT Tricolour LED fittings.

Many of our LED light fittings feature CCT (Colour Change Technology), some times called Tricolour, allowing the selection of the colour temperature at the time of installation. The options are (generally) 3000K (warm white) / 4000K (cool white) / 5000K (Daylight) and are typically selected using a switch on the back of the light fitting …

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I would like to use LED but I don’t like the bright, white, clinical look.

The bright white of the ‘daylight’ colour temperature certainly isn’t everyone’s favourite. Most LED bulbs or light sources are available in a choice of colour temperatures. Some people prefer a ‘warm white’ colour, which more closely resembles the colour of conventional incandescent bulbs, or a “natural” colour – somewhere in between. See Colour Temperature for …

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Will the fitting be hot?

Hot to touch, yes! Most lights create heat. Halogen bulbs do tend to produce the most heat, making fittings hot to touch. This can be uncomfortable for some, and worse in some circumstances. They use more energy and generally don’t last as long as the LED alternative. They are used less and less indoors and …

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