color rendering index


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color rendering index (CRI)

A measure of the closeness with which a light approximates daylight having the same color temperature.
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Lineup also includes high-performance models with a color rendering index (Ra) of greater than 90.
Faithfully reproduces natural colors, with its high color rendering index (Ra) of 83
Red phosphor technology plays a fundamental role enabling high quality LED lighting with high color rendering index (CRI).
By comparison, the DPLS32 LEDs have a typical optical efficiency in white color illumination rated at 110 lm/W at 4,000K, a color temperature rating (CTR) from 2,700K to 6,500K, and a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 80 (minimum).
Traditionally, the lighting industry uses Color Rendering Index (CRI) as a primary measure of light quality; however, CRI only measures color distortion.
9] (strong red), usually the most challenging special color rendering index for CFLs, is a minimum value of 12, with a minimum of 40 for all other 13 special indices.
Minimum color rendering index (Ra) ratings of up to 80 contribute to natural-looking lighting.
It was able to produce a light with very high Color Rendering Index (CRI).
In fact, the leading color-rendering authority now indicates that the Color Rendering Index (CRI) may be overemphasized in most applications, and not the best metric for determining the suitability of LEDs for outdoor lighting.
CS163X's high level of integration and performance enables many new opportunities for the Brilliant Mix technology in LED retrofit applications requiring high color rendering index (CRI) and high efficacy.
The anti-reflective coating has visual reflectance of less than 1% and a very high color rendering index of Ra = 100 that allows the colors in an artwork to be rendered very naturally.
The CL-500A is a handheld device which can measure the general color rendering index (CRI), as well as individual color rendering indexes R1-R15 and the Scoptopic-Photopic (S/P) ratio.