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I have started disliking cool-blue tubelight (6500K). In office we have slightly yellow tubelight (like sunhlight). Which are those?

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Budhe-Baba

Excessive yellow ones are 2700-3000K.
Cool-Blue ones are 6500K I think.

But in office tubelights are different and none of the above. They are slightly yellow. I think they make us more productive. Any good these kind of tubelights?

Has anyone tried it in their home? What is your experience?

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6500k likha dekha toh main socha badi mehangi tubelight hai yeh toh 😁

We are using Syska double color LED baton, with cool white, warm yellow & both together setting.

Experience – Yellow light attracts less lizards

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saucap wrote:

6500k likha dekha toh main socha badi mehangi tubelight hai yeh toh 😁

We are using Syska double color LED baton, with cool white, warm yellow & both together setting.

Experience – Yellow light attracts less lizards

The yellow that you have (warm yellow) is actually 2700-3000 ones. That is different from office wali tubelights smile

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

The yellow that you have (warm yellow) is actually 2700-3000 ones. That is different from office wali tubelights smile

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You can enquire this info from your office electrical team itself by having a casual talk. Bcoz u will get right answer from them without any confusions.

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mastervijay wrote:

You can enquire this info from your office electrical team itself by having a casual talk. Bcoz u will get right answer from them without any confusions.

Yes I will do that only. I was just thinking that some dimer here is an office electrician 😂

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The one you are talking about could be the Neutral White, having color temperature of 4000K. Many known LED manufacturers sells Color Changing LED batten consisting of 3 colors – 2700K, 4000K & 6500K. Remember using that LED tube few years ago. But for bulk buyers like offices, malls, public places, etc. they might manufacture only the Neutral White LED batten.

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4000k are best, they are slightly yellow, not like 3k ones
however not all brands make them

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karanoshan wrote:

4000k are best, they are slightly yellow, not like 3k ones
however not all brands make them

Exactly. These office ones are very rare i feel. Couldn’t find good deals on these (4000k ones).

Do you have 4000k ones in your home? Experience?

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These 6500K lights should be bloody banned. Completely ruined my eyes. On amazon I can’t even shortlist the warm ones, as a lot of them claiming to be warm ones are actually the cool ones they say. If you know some please DM me dude. I’m looking for bulbs (T or otherwise), not tube.

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

Exactly. These office ones are very rare i feel. Couldn’t find good deals on these (4000k ones).

Do you have 4000k ones in your home? Experience?

After searching at least 10 hardware and electricity store in Mumbai,
I found brand called opple, it is Chinese, however, 4k ones were not available in other brands, I replaced all in my home, cost is same, feels much better at least no one will go blind looking at light
https://www.opple....en

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4k is natural white
6k cool white
3k warm white.

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AFAIK, there are 3 types of color temparature. 1. Warm white 2. Daylight/Natural white and 3. Cool white.
Warm white having less or equal to 3000K shouldn’t be used in offices because it may look like orange or even yellow.
#AA_JJ smile

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MrKool_JJ wrote:

AFAIK, there are 3 types of color temparature. 1. Warm white 2. Daylight/Natural white and 3. Cool white.
Warm white having less or equal to 3000K shouldn’t be used in offices because it may look like orange or even yellow.
#AA_JJ smile

Yes. Warm Yellow (2700-3000K) is for relaxing.
Natural White (4000K ?) is for productivity/focus.
Cool Blue (6000K) is for going blind.

I am surprised almost everywhere we see cool-blue only and everyone is fine with that!!

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

Yes. Warm Yellow (2700-3000K) is for relaxing.
Natural White (4000K ?) is for productivity/focus.
Cool Blue (6000K) is for going blind.

I am surprised almost everywhere we see cool-blue only and everyone is fine with that!!

Tell me something, the traditional tube lights (Non-LED), what are they? I mean their temperature level? Any idea anyone? Because those don’t put anywhere near as much pressure to my eyes.

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ithehappy wrote:

Tell me something, the traditional tube lights (Non-LED), what are they? I mean their temperature level? Any idea anyone? Because those don’t put anywhere near as much pressure to my eyes.

You are right. CFL were less than 6000K. They were near 4000K only.

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Please post some links of (neutral white) Led 4000k bulbs.

Few years back I had purchased neutral white Eveready bulbs which had soothing light.

Deal Subedar Deal Subedar
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I remember while buying havells ceiling downlight 4k option was not available (though printed on box) so brought 3k for dining room, we need more lighting than cool to make it ambient.

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I am contacting my office Admin personnel today. Will update by tomorrow.

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saucap wrote:

6500k likha dekha toh main socha badi mehangi tubelight hai yeh toh 😁

We are using Syska double color LED baton, with cool white, warm yellow & both together setting.

Experience – Yellow light attracts less lizards

meanwhile me – having a 100W bulb in balcony daily sees lots of lizards and flies , at night time laughing

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hackerboys wrote:

meanwhile me – having a 100W bulb in balcony daily sees lots of lizards and flies , at night time laughing

Aapne bhookhi chipkaliyon ke bhojan ki vyawastha ki iske liye aapko sat karma milega 😁

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It is called Havells 4000K lighting. Will be found offline, not online. Strange.

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

It is called Havells 4000K lighting. Will be found offline, not online. Strange.

is it the square shaped ceiling light or led tube light kind?

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ep452 wrote:

is it the square shaped ceiling light or led tube light kind?

https://www.havells.com/en/consumer/lighting/le...

https://www.havells.com/en/consumer/lighting/le...

https://www.havells.com/en/consumer/lighting/le...

https://www.amazon.in/Havells-LHEBLDP6IN1W010-T...

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cadence wrote:

https://www.havells.com/en/consumer/lighting/le...

https://www.havells.com/en/consumer/lighting/le...

https://www.havells.com/en/consumer/lighting/le...

https://www.amazon.in/Havells-LHEBLDP6IN1W010-T...

thanks,

issue with panel light is that cost is much higher compared to normal bulbs.

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@Budhe-Baba Jindagi me thoda Ras lao…

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ep452 wrote:

is it the square shaped ceiling light or led tube light kind?

No, it is not the one you see when you Google it. In my office there are tube lights. Of 4000k. Not panels.
And these cannot be found online.

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

Exactly. These office ones are very rare i feel. Couldn’t find good deals on these (4000k ones).

Do you have 4000k ones in your home? Experience?

i have 4k in my room, very soothing.

The white 6k one is so irritating

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