LED work light Product Terminology
What's CREE LED?
Those who deal with LED Worklight who stumbles inevitably on the concept CREE LED. CREE stands for the supplier of LED chips and has made a name in the industry over the years. CREE LED chips have a particularly low power consumption and a significantly longer service life than other LEDs. Of course, associated with a very high luminosity and a pleasant light, as known at LED.
This benefits the company CREE Inc. of North Carolina (USA) have made one of the leading LED manufacturers worldwide. One finds the CREE LEDs today in many headlamps and flashlights from reputable manufacturers again. Many CREE LEDs achieve in practice 50,000 hours of operation and more! Even after so many hours of operation the LED provides still more than 70% of the original power!
After testing himself CREE LED work lights and were able to convince us of the benefits we have received these products for you in our shop! Only Ster downer: The purchase price of CREE LED Headlamp is slightly higher but worth it!
Color temperature compared
The color temperature is measured in Kelvin (K) and returns the color of a light source. The candlelight is in the range of 1,500 Kelvin. The classic light bulb with 60 watts has a color temperature of 2700 Kelvin. Halogen is in the range from 3000 to 3200 Kelvin and xenon at 4,500 to 5,000 Kelvin. The daylight is 5500-7500 Kelvin, depending on whether the sun is shining or the sky is overcast. This is the most natural light and keeps alive the human eye.
Sketch color temperature
The sketch shows the various color Term peratures compared.
Our LED work lights have a color temperature of 6,000 K and 6,500 K and are therefore in the range from daylight. Various tests have shown that this area is particularly suitable for lighting, because visibility is optimal and the driver, even on long trips, do not tire easily.