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Re: [APD] lighting temperature question
It was just a joke about office lighting ;-)
The only way to know the color of a bulb is to see it or at
least get a view of a graph of it's output across the
spectrum. Color temp ratings are like a can of beans for
dinner. It passes but far from ideal.
--- Russell Vance <russell_vance at gmail.com> wrote:
> I like 6700K on planted tanks, I wouldn't consider it
> blue at all. It is
> more of a yellow. I also keep reef tanks and prefer the
> 14,000K on those.
> 10,000K is pretty much stark white while 14,000K has a
> fair amount of blue
> in it. I have never heard of offices with a blue color.
> Most cheap
> fluorescent bulbs used in offices use the cheapest
> phosphors available and
> are pretty yellow.
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