Kenya’s Illumination: Full Spectrum vs. Ordinary LED Lights

First, let’s understand what spectrum means.

The spectrum is a set of LED lights that is split into a series of monochromatic light following splitting by the dispersion system (such as a prism or the grating), and then arranged in order based on wavelength.

And the sunlight spectrum

Before the advent of artificial light sources sunlight didn’t just provide light and energy to earth, but also regulated human physiological rhythms and had a profound impact on human psychology and the physiology of humans.

The sun is the healthy, natural light we are most used to. Below, you’ll find numerous chart of spectral.

The full spectrum resembles the sunlight spectrum, with low blue light and high color rendering and is more aesthetically pleasing than ordinary LED lights kenya:

The major difference is as follows:

1.Low blue light

Everyone knows that electronic products can create blue light hazards. Actually, lamps and lanterns can also create blue light hazards.

This can affect the process of learning and lower efficiency.

2) Damage to the eye tissue which could lead to macular degeneration and cataracts.

3) Melatonin production is affected, resulting in an insufficient quality of sleep, or insomnia.

The short wavelength is very low. One thing must be mentioned here that the lower the temperature of the color and the less blue light spectrum. Therefore, most home environments use 3000k-4000k. In the bedroom, you could choose 3000k or 3500k in order to lessen the blue light.

Color rendering:

If the color rendering index is too low, it could affect the human eye’s judgement of the color of the object. Full-spectrum lights have a high color rendering index, which will restore colors more precisely.

3) The impact of human body’s work and rest

Melatonin is released by the brain in the hours between 9 or 10 p.m. According to the biological clock in the human body.

Blue light is known to inhibit the production of production of melatonin by the pineal gland of the brain of humans. Sleep disorders may be triggered by prolonged exposure to blue light. Full spectrum light can help reduce this situation.

Here are some full-spectrum lighting that we recommend to you, all of our own brand [Lujia LiangpinThe Lujia Liangpin brand. Ceiling lamps that have full-spectrum light in various sizes and styles can be used for living rooms or bedrooms.

1) Full Spectrum Cookie Ceiling Light

It’s the best option for lighting your bedroom.

2.) Full Spectrum Ceiling Light

The design is influenced by cheese and the creamy and cute shape is suitable for bedroom installation. Bedrooms have a lot of requirements for light.

Full spectrum dimming is possible. It also comes with a night light mode at night and is useful to wake up in the midnight and watching movies on the projector in the bedroom.

All people, no matter how big or small, will enjoy this track.

The light fixture on the ceiling is made of pebbles.

Simple shape, adequate brightness, ideal for installation in living spaces; and comes with stepless dimming and intelligent control, it’s more comfortable.

This style of ceiling lamp can also be used when your home is decorated with white walls that are large or with light or apricot colored wall paint.

Full spectrum lamps are anticipated to gain popularity since people are looking for more lighting. This will ensure the health of your home lighting.

The LED lights emit light in many ways:

Blue Light Chip and Phosphor

Purple Chip + Phosphor

Whatever method of light-emitting is employed, it will emit an “full spectrum” in a “relative sense”. The full spectrum, as it is known, is derived from sunlight as well as other artificial light sources. are expected to be as close as possible to sunlight.

Full spectrum lamps are available for a variety of reasons for example, high CRIs low blue light levels or photobiological effects.

But the reality may still be quite different from the ideal.

Visible light as well as invisble light.

The sun’s seven colors of visible light which include orange, red, green, yellow indigo, violet, and red. Concentrated, it turns into white light. Invisible light outside the red light area is known as infrared light having a wavelength that is greater than 760nm. It can even reach 5300nm. Light that is located outside of the light spectrum of purple is known as ultraviolet light having a wavelength of 290400nm.

The ultraviolet rays offer numerous benefits, but what are the potential consequences of a high level of ultraviolet radiation?

Talk to your mom. The so-called full spectrum LED lights should simulate the effects of sunlight and contain at the very least infrared and ultraviolet components. Then, the job of dosage control is considered to be the most important.

The picture below is the sunlight spectrum measured around 6 pm. The color tolerance is 0.63SDCM. CRI Ra is 98.9 and R9 is 99.

In the event of an impact from the environmental factors, the measurements may show minor errors.


The color temperature and the peak of blue light have a strong correlation. There is a significant distinction in blue light measurements in noon compared to evening and morning measurements, even when the sun is shining.

When we purchase LED lamps we don’t take a lookat blue light generally, but mainly look at the height of blue light that is short-wave (wavelength less than 455nm).

Below is a photo of an LED bulb that has been exposed to positive white light. It is important to note that Ra84.5 is the index for color rendering and R9 is 12

The colour temperature of a light source, whether it’s full spectrum LED or sunlight or LED lamps in general determines how intense the blue light source is.

To sum up:

In theory, full spectrum LED lights in Kenya will be more noticeable in the color rendering index.

But if you want to learn more about the field of photobiology you need to take into account the dose of invisible light, otherwise the gain outweighs the loss.

For use at home, try to choose lamps with low color temperature and RG0 certification. The lamp should have the highest color temperature and not exceeding RG1.

Full spectrum LED lamps areprobably in a gimmick phase (no evidence, only speculation). But the price is not.

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