Kelvin is a measurement unit used to measure the color temperature of light.
What are the attainable examples of these color temperatures? At a higher temperature, the color is expressed as light (cool) blue. With a lower temperature, the color is expressed as a (warmer) yellow-red color.
Below, you will find certain examples:
|Sunrise (High noon)||3500K|
|Neutral white light||6500K|
The color temperature has a great impact on the overall atmosphere of a room. Warmer/darker light for instance will have a calming effect on the brain, while a blue/sharper light enhances your concentration.
Below you can find additional examples:
|Extra warm white||2100-2500K|