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Dim to Warm LED in Kitchen / Bath

Posted by cincy-remodel (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 6, 14 at 11:45

I've been thinking about using the SATCO S9025 R30 LED 2700K - 2200K. Dim to warm.

Has anyone seen these? Is the dim to warm a nice effect? Apparently the restaurant and hotel industry have been asking for it.

These bulbs are CRI 80+, 750 lumens. I would have 5 of them for a 10 x 11 kitchen general light.

Would also have under cabinet LEDs and halogen under the hood.

Thank you for your input.


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RE: Dim to Warm LED in Kitchen / Bath

I haven't seen these, but adjustable color temperature sounds pretty neat. Although, I would be more interested in bulbs that were adjustable in a 2700 to 3200 range, but I'm not sure that they exist.

2700K is similar to traditional incandescent bulbs, dropping down to 2200K would be a very yellowish light output. Hope this helps!


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