What Is the Difference Between CCT and CRI?

  CCT (Correlated Color Temperature)

CCT represents the actual color of the light, measured in Kelvin. Generally LED lights will range from 2700K - 6500K depending on the desired light appearance.

  CRI (Color Rendering Index)

CRI refers to how a light source renders the colors of other objects and surfaces. This is measured on a scale of 1-100 and the closer to 100 the more accurate object colors appear.

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