We only have LED fixtures and light bulbs. We no longer sell incandescent light bulbs
1800 Kelvin – Is very warm light, comparable to candlelight and only suitable as mood or accent lighting.
2200 Kelvin – Extra warm, pear atmosphere. Not nice to read.
2700 Kelvin – Is soft warm white light, most commonly used in the living room / living space in the Netherlands.
3000 Kelvin – Is white light, very suitable for certain activities, such as reading and working.
4000 Kelvin – Is white bright light, similar to the color temperature of fluorescent lighting – We don’t sell this.
5500 Kelvin – Is daylight (sunlight) – We don’t sell this.
Wattage and Lumen?
Wattage indicates the amount of power consumption. This used to be equivalent to a certain light output. LED lighting is a lot more economical than an incandescent lightbulb. so it requires less energy for the same light output. This is good for the environment and wallet. That is we we no longer speak of wattage, but of Lumen
Incandescent lightbulb = 1 wattage = 10 lumen
LED lightbulb = 1 wattage = 50 Lumen
A 60 Watt Incandescent lightbulb is equivalent to a 12W LED bulb. Both give a light output of approximately 600 Lumen.
Not all light bulbs are dimmable.
It is clearly marked at each light bulb.
Not all wall dimmers are suitable for LED light bulbs.
Old wall dimmers give off too much power. As a result, the LED light bulb remains fully lit. Recommend the customer a dimmer with a low net value (low power output).
Not all fixtures are suitable for dimmable light sources
for hanging lamps and ceiling lamps with an E14 or E27 fitting, we recommend purchasing a dimmable light bulb.
Floorlamps & tablelamps often have a switch in the cord. Adding an ordinary dimmable light bulb makes no sense.
Everything with a normal switch can be made dimmable, with a special light bulb. We call this: click and dim!
Is there no dimmer available… but a switch?
the following technique works on each switch:
So: wall switch, but also with a flash in the cord of a product.