At Hunza, our LED lighting solutions are designed to provide high-quality illumination with a strong focus on energy efficiency, durability, and design. We understand the importance of accurate color rendering in lighting, which is why we offer a range of LED products with excellent color rendering capabilities. Our LED products come with color rendering index (CRI) ratings of 90+ or higher as a standard, and an optional CRI rating of 80+.
CRI is a measure of how well a light source can reveal the true colors of objects in comparison to natural daylight. Accurate color rendering is critical in many applications, including photography studios, art galleries, and homes. Poor color rendering can result in distorted or unnatural colors, which can be visually unpleasant and cause eye strain.
Our LED products are designed to provide accurate color rendering, making them ideal for a wide range of applications, from residential gardens to commercial outdoor spaces. We use advanced LED technology to reduce energy consumption while still providing high-quality illumination.
Here’s a table of common CRI values and their corresponding color rendering quality:
|Color Rendering Quality
|Excellent – (Standard Hunza LED’s)
It’s important to note that the exact quality of color rendering can vary depending on the specific light source and the objects being illuminated. Additionally, other factors such as color temperature and brightness can also impact how colors are perceived.
Here are some commonly asked questions about CRI:
Q: What is CRI?
A: CRI stands for Color Rendering Index, which is a measure of how well a light source can reveal the true colors of objects in comparison to natural daylight.
Q: Why is CRI important?
A: CRI is important because accurate color rendering is essential in many applications, such as photography studios, art galleries, and homes. Poor color rendering can result in distorted or unnatural colors, which can be visually unpleasant and cause eye strain.
Q: What is a good CRI rating for LED lighting?
A: A CRI rating of 80 or higher is often considered acceptable for general LED lighting use, while a CRI rating of 90 or higher is becoming more common as a standard option for high-quality LED lighting.
Q: Is CRI the only factor to consider when selecting lighting?
A: No, CRI is just one of several factors to consider when selecting lighting. Other factors, such as color temperature, brightness, and energy efficiency, also play a role in determining the suitability of a lighting product for a particular application.
Q: What is the difference between CRI and CCT?
A: CRI measures color accuracy, while CCT (Correlated Color Temperature) measures the warmth or coolness of a light source. CCT is measured in Kelvin and is often used to describe the color of light sources, such as warm white or cool white.