A color rendering index (CRI) is a quantitative metric of the ability of an artificial light source (i.e. LED, Fluorescent, Halogen, Incandescent, etc.) to accurately reveal the colors of a subject in comparison to a natural light source. A CRI of 90 means that the artificial light source is replicating roughly 90% of the visible color spectrum that the sun would produce on the same color.
By Alcon Lighting / November 11, 2019
Optimal lighting for work varies according to the worker and the nature of the work. But ideal work lighting, which means ensuring that a workspace is conducive to work, begins with proper design.Read More