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Alcon 14134-8 Architectural RGBW 8-inch Recessed LED Light
Alcon 14134-8 Architectural RGBW 8-inch Recessed LED Light
$719.95
Alcon 12100-R2-RGBW-W Rotational Color Changing LED Linear Wall Tube Light
Alcon 12100-R2-RGBW-W Rotational Color Changing LED Linear Wall Tube Light
$924.95
Alcon 12100-R2-P, round suspended pendant light shown in satin black finish and with a flushed curved lens, and color changing capabilities.
Alcon 12100-R2-P, round suspended pendant light shown in satin black finish and with a flushed curved lens, and color changing capabilities.
$749.95
Alcon 12100-20-X-P-RGBW Architectural RGBW LED X-Shape Pendant Light Fixture
Alcon 12100-20-X-P-RGBW Architectural RGBW LED X-Shape Pendant Light Fixture
$1,299.95
Alcon 12100-20-X-P-TW Architectural Tunable White LED X-Shape Pendant Light Fixture
Alcon 12100-20-X-P-TW Architectural Tunable White LED X-Shape Pendant Light Fixture
$1,199.95
Alcon 12100-40-X-P-RGBW Architectural RGBW LED X-Shaped Pendant Light Fixture
Alcon 12100-40-X-P-RGBW Architectural RGBW LED X-Shaped Pendant Light Fixture
$1,499.95
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What Is Color Tuning?

White Color Tuning

White color tuning refers to the ability of a light fixture to adjust its color temperature to the color temperature preference (2700K-5500K) of the occupant anytime after the installation.

RGB+W and Full-Color Tuning

Full-color tuning refers to the same ability but additionally to produce a color output anywhere within the visible color spectrum, and is most commonly accomplished through the mixing of several base-color LEDs, most commonly RGB (Red, Green, Blue) and RGBW (Red, Green, Blue, White).