Planckian locus


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Planckian locus

[′pläŋ·kē·ən ′lō·kəs]
(optics)
The locus of points on a chromaticity diagram that represents blackbody radiators at various temperatures.
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Similarly, a wide variety of colors, not limited to the Planckian locus, can be created via manipulation of red, blue, and green LEDs within a luminaire.
In the field, however, with a meter, you start to get a feel for what, for example, +12 Green feels like under fluorescent or how magenta a RGB white light solution can be compared to a source that sits closer to the Planckian locus.