Besides Lumens, CRI Matters! What Is and How to Choose the Right CRI?


Have you ever not differentiate the black from the navy colored sweaters in your closet? Not all lights are created equal:  some light has the more profound effect on rendering color than others.

A Color Rending Index (CRI) is the quantitative measurement that tells the ability of a light source to reveal colors of various objects when compared with sunlight. The index is measured from 0 – 100. The perfect 100 indicates that the light source produces the color rending of the objects around the same as the natural light sunlight.

In general, lights with a CRI index of greater than 90 are a good starting point for professional and aesthetics applications like videography, photography or museum setting. A value of above 80 is considered to be sufficient for most residential and commercial applications. | CRI | CRI | CRI


The CRI of our strip lights is greater than 90. We are here to help you choose the best product for your needs.

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