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Thanks for the video, helped me in buying
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I just cannot agree that 5000k is daylight, since the sun is red/yellow, and not blue. Iv'e never seen a natural light being blue. Daylight is about 4000 to 4500k
Thank you so much for your video. How can I control these types of bulbs with Google home? I want to change the wall switch but I am afraid that I would not be able to control the colors with google home as I can not on and off it multiple time with voice assistance
Will this work with a dimming switch?
wow fantastic! are we able to switch it on and off and change the three modes with Alexa?
So why can't they make this work with a 3-way switch, rather than color switching with on/off?
How does it work on a ceilind with a switch?
isn't such a switching mechanism hurtful for the bulb's lifespan?
Can these bulbs work with a dimmer?
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For room with computer lcd for game and reading to put in ceiling what is best light is 2700k or 5000 k or another ? thank you
Led bulbs have capacitors inside, which are near the very hot heatsink. Their life will decrease due to high temperature, so 15yrs life is not realistic. (unless you use it for very short periods of time, to prevent overheating). There's also a fuse, if there are any voltage fluctuations causing over 20watts to be drawn, it will blow, to protect the bulb. This will disable the bulb, you will need to replace it (its repairable). This issue can be caused by a bad switch contact. Imagine 15 years period, it suffices one bad switch contact, or voltage peak and the bulb is dead.
Great review, thank you.
Super helpful. I live in Germany, was at Poco ( store ) and I came across this light bulb went on YouTube and found your channel. Now after watching I bought it. 1+ sub.
Is someone use these bulbs in a big hall? How much of them do I need there?
Does someone used these bulbs? If yes, please provide me with some feedback.
Nice! Do you know if this would work in a 3 way lamp or should it go in a regular lamp?
where can i buy theses but in Bayonet Cap i tried ebay but non say 3 in 1
If you are feeling depressed,use 5600K with 2000 lumens.
You explained more clearly and better than Thomas Edison
The only thing I don't like about either warm white and cool white is, its either slightly yellow or a little bluish. I like bright white at 3,500 Kelvin because you get a true neutral light just like sunlight. Only Sylvania makes this LED bulb in Bright White. Other Bulb makers don't have it at all. I used it throughout my house.
Straight forward, good job & tq for the explanations
Finally, someone who's explained this well.
Wish I had done my homework before I purchased - now I know. Don't like the warm white
Well explained.Im been confuse with these warm,cool,daylight.Thank you.
the confusion of the "cold/warm" light, is because, "before the LED era", the tungsten lamps, had the yellowish color, and it operated burning hot! (like, burning our hands if we touch it; setting paper and wood on fire, if they were too close to it). Then, we had the fluorescent lamps, that used a gas inside, and it produced a blueish color, and people and the market, called that a "cold lamp" or a "cold light", because it didn't burn hands and objects close to it.
but, as usual, general public/final consumers, don't have the same terms as the technicians/inventors/scientists/engineers do.
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So, which one puts out more UV?
Thank you for the simple clear explanation. Quite helpful for me.
3000K to 5000K. 4000K bulbs don't exist
Can't buy 4000K bulbs anywhere.
Brilliant video - the mystery explained at last! I had very white lights in my hallway and it felt so stark, like some sort of office or lift....Not pleasant at all! Thanks Vince!
For health, 2700k incandescent bulbs with clear glass are the best.
For a study room you would need 3k LED 24watts probably?
Haha 😁, I never noticed the irony in warm white being of a colder source and cold white of a warmer source.
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Incandescents will always reign supreme over ANY type of light bulb. CFL/fluorescent is totally acceptable, and good in some cases. LED's are trash. Halogen is the closest you can buy to incandescent anymore.
Thank you! Very useful
Also worth mentioning how sharp the light is. Some bulbs produce dark shadows.
Blue lights are more energy efficient because you can see blue light better at night thus needing less bulbs
It's just Kelvin. Not "degrees Kelvin"
Thanks i hate those lights with yellowish tint
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Way to much information !
Bright lights triggers my anxiety so looking for a not so bright light
Nice Info Good to know
I believe the yellowish which is the color of incandescent is called soft white. I have soft white LED in my bedroom light fixture and they appear to be the same color as the incandescent bulbs that were previously in the fixture.
both packages clearly say CFL on them. that means / stands for: Compact Florescent Light but you say it's incandescent? hmmm...
LED and CFL bulbs are terrible for eyes and health, many doctors and scientists agree and it’s kept on a hush, incandescent bulbs are a more natural healthier bulb and they should not be phased out, even though LED and CFL emit a warm colour don’t be fooled the wavelengths are still the same and still unhealthy
Super helpful! Thank you!
Thx. so much, extremely helpful.
To be honest I want all lights off so I can see the stars for once!