A common misconception about LED lighting is that it produces a cold light effect. But did you know that today, Philips LED lighting is available in different colour temperatures?
Colour temperature is indicated in a unit called Kelvin (K). A low colour temperature creates a warm, cosy light effect, while a high colour temperature creates a cool, more energising effect. The majority of Philips LED lighting products provides 2700 Kelvin, which is warm white light.
Try the colour slider below to learn more about colour temperature, or have a look at our Wiki guide on colour temperature.