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What is the CRI Rating for an LED Bulb?

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What is the CRI Rating for an LED Bulb:

 

CRI stands for Color Rendering Index, and it is a measure of how accurately a light source reproduces colors compared to a reference light source, such as natural daylight. LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) are known for their energy efficiency and long lifespan, but the quality of light they produce can vary greatly depending on factors such as color temperature and CRI.

A high CRI LED produces light that is closer to natural sunlight and allows for accurate color reproduction, making it ideal for tasks that require color accuracy, such as photography, art, and makeup application. CRI is measured on a scale of 0 to 100, with 100 being the highest possible score. Generally, a CRI of 80 or higher is considered good, while a CRI of 90 or higher is excellent.

LED manufacturers have been working to improve the CRI of their products, and newer LEDs are now available with higher CRI ratings. It's important to consider the CRI of an LED when choosing lighting for a particular task, as it can significantly impact the appearance and clarity of colors.

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