This next generation of Linear LED lighting known as N-Line was designed specifically for the illumination of whites and incorporates a violet chip rather than a blue chip so you can see subtleties within a range of whites. It opens up a whole new colour palette at this end of the spectrum.”
While it may not sound like anything extraordinary, colour rendering is a critical part of many situations, particularly in the commercial, retail, scientific and medical sectors where the importance of being able to define subtleties in colours is crucial.
“For example, in a shop fit out designed for a wedding dress retailer, you’re going to want to see the intricacies of slightly different shades, just as you might when you’re in an art shop purchasing paper, or in a medical or scientific environment when you need to determine between subtle variances in white.”
“Depending on the context, the implications of a poor quality light source can range from lost sales through to safety issues. At the end of the day, particularly in commercial projects, it’s about the bottom line. What we’re finding is people aren’t educated about the benefits of good lighting and aren’t aware that buying a poor quality LED won’t allow for the full spectrum of colours to be visible.”
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