Illuminants - light sources for an atmospheric ambience in your living area

The right lighting effect is the result of a perfect interaction of luminaire and illuminant. In addition to the design, energy efficiency is also an important criterion. This means that the right light source can be found for every application and lumina

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In today's world, there is a wide variety of innovative lighting technologies that make it possible to find the right illuminants for any lighting task. The development of modern illuminants has resulted in a wide range of luminaires in various designs, suitable for different uses and applications.

The production of illuminants is supported by various technologies that allow to create a wide range of lighting solutions. In order to make the most of the full potential of the lighting system or the luminaires and spotlights mounted there, the selection of the appropriate illuminant is crucial.

Particularly in business premises and sales areas, the right illumination can have a direct influence on customer behavior and buying patterns. By illuminating products in a targeted manner, they can be presented better and thus sold more successfully. Factors such as light color, brightness and energy consumption are directly dependent on the choice of illuminant.

In order to provide the widest possible selection of illuminants, many retailers and online stores offer an extensive category of illuminants. In order to be able to offer the latest innovations in modern lighting products, lighting experts are constantly in touch with the market, visit trade fairs and presentations, and search modern media such as the Internet.

Innovative illuminants in the future

In the future, innovative illuminants will play an even more important role. It is expected that the development of illuminants based on LED technology will continue to advance and replace the traditional incandescent lamp. This is because LED lamps have higher energy efficiency and a longer service life. In addition, the development of smart home lighting systems that allow lighting to be controlled via mobile devices is also advancing. This enables precise adjustment of lighting to individual needs and can thus also contribute to further energy savings. Another trend is the development of illuminants with biologically effective light. These are intended to simulate the natural light cycle of humans and thus have a positive influence on health and well-being.

Well-being factor with installed LED illuminants

The feel-good factor of installed LED illuminants depends on various factors, such as the color temperature, color rendering and brightness of the light. A pleasant and natural light can help people feel comfortable in a room and work more productively.

A warm color temperature of 2700K to 3000K is often perceived as pleasant and creates a cozy and inviting ambience. A higher color temperature of 4000K to 5000K is often used in offices and public spaces, as it creates a bright and refreshing light that promotes concentration and attention.

Color rendering also plays an important role in the feel-good factor. A high color rendering with a CRI value of 90 or higher produces a natural and detailed color rendering that promotes a sense of well-being. Low color rendering, on the other hand, can cause colors to look distorted or pale.

The brightness of LED light sources should also be appropriate to ensure a balance between brightness and contrast. Too low a brightness can make a room feel gloomy and uncomfortable, while too high a brightness can be blinding and uncomfortable.

When is a warm white light useful?

A warm white light with a color temperature of 2700K to 3000K is useful when you want to create a cozy and inviting atmosphere. This type of light creates a warm and cozy atmosphere, which is especially preferred in living rooms, bedrooms and other private areas.

In restaurants, cafes or hotels, warm white light can also create a pleasant atmosphere and invite guests to linger. In retail spaces, it can be useful to use a warm white light in certain areas, such as the lounge or café corner, to create an inviting and relaxing atmosphere.

Another advantage of warm white light is that it has a calming effect on the body and can make it easier to fall asleep. Therefore, it is especially recommended to use warm white light in bedrooms to create a relaxing and calming environment.

When is a neutral white light useful?

A neutral white light with a color temperature of 4000K to 5000K is useful when bright and refreshing lighting is desired. This type of light is particularly suitable for work and office areas, as it promotes concentration and attention.

Neutral white light can also be useful in public spaces, such as hallways, corridors and reception halls, as it creates a bright and friendly atmosphere. In retail spaces, it can be used in certain areas, such as the dressing room or checkout counter, to provide clear and unadulterated color rendering.

Another benefit of neutral white light is that it provides natural and balanced lighting that has a positive effect on health and well-being. It can also help people feel energized and motivated.

When is a cool white light useful?

A cool white light with a color temperature of 6000K to 6500K is useful when very bright and energetic lighting is desired. This type of light is particularly suitable for environments where high visibility and concentration is required, such as operating rooms, laboratories, and industrial work areas.

Cold white light can also be used in offices and schools in certain areas to promote attention and concentration, such as conference rooms or classrooms.

Another advantage of cool white light is that it provides high color rendering, ensuring clear and accurate color representation. This can be beneficial in environments such as art galleries, museums or showrooms.

However, cool white light can also be perceived as uncomfortable and unpleasant, which is why it should rather be avoided in living areas and bedrooms.

Conversion to LED lamps

When converting to LED lamps, there are some important factors to consider in order to achieve an optimal result. First, the technical characteristics of the LED lamps should be matched with the requirements of the room or object to be illuminated.

It is also important to pay attention to the color temperature and color rendering of the LED lamps to create a pleasant and natural light. Color temperature is measured in Kelvin and ranges from warm white (2700K) to cool white (6500K). Color rendering is indicated by the color rendering index (CRI), which indicates the quality of color rendering. The higher the CRI, the more natural and true to color the light is.

Another important factor is the luminous intensity or lumens, which indicate how bright the LED lamp is. Here, care should be taken to ensure that the new LED lamp has the same luminous intensity as the old bulb or higher to ensure sufficient brightness.

In addition, it is advisable to pay attention to the compatibility of the LED lamps with the existing lighting system. Especially with older systems, there may be incompatibilities that can lead to malfunctions or damage.

Finally, it is advisable to consult a professional to find the optimal LED solution for the project at hand and to ensure a smooth conversion to LED lamps.

The right lamp selection is crucial for your project

Selecting the right light source is critical for any lighting project. This is because the choice of light source affects the quality of light, energy efficiency and durability of the lighting.

There are several factors to consider when selecting a light source, including the type of space, intended use, light color, brightness and energy consumption. The type of luminaire or spotlight in which the illuminant is to be installed also plays an important role.

Therefore, to realize the full potential of lighting, it is advisable to carefully plan the selection of the illuminant and seek advice from experts. Especially for larger projects, such as the lighting of public buildings, hotels or shopping malls, it is important to resort to professional advice in order to achieve the best possible result.

What do I have to pay attention to when I want to choose the light color for my premises?

Intended use of the room: The intended use of the room should be taken into account in order to select a suitable light color. For example, a warm white light may be comfortable for living areas and bedrooms, while a neutral white or cool white light may be suitable for work and office spaces.

Color Temperature: The color temperature of light is measured in Kelvin (K) and ranges from warm white (2700K) to cool white (6500K). A warm color temperature creates a cozy atmosphere, while a cooler color temperature has a bright and refreshing effect.

Color rendering: Color rendering is indicated by the color rendering index (CRI) and shows how well the light reproduces colors. High color rendering is particularly important for areas where colors play an important role, such as art galleries or fashion stores.

Brightness: The brightness of the light is measured in lumens (lm) and should be matched to the size of the room and the type of activities. Large rooms generally require higher brightness, while smaller rooms may require lower brightness.

Personal preferences: Personal preferences should also be considered, as everyone has different preferences when it comes to light color and brightness.

Is this far too complicated for you? Our service team will of course help you

Simply call us, on working days, under telephone: +49 (0)2822-9148740. Our service staff, trained in this field, will answer your questions and help you choose the right illuminant for your project. Our experts will recommend the best light sources for your project based on your desired light color, atmosphere and brightness, and all the effects you want to achieve. Benefit from our experience and competence, an initial consultation is always free of charge. We are happy to be able to help you, we look forward to meeting you.