White light consists of different colours.We use the Kelvin scale to describe color characteristics of white light.
This is why no specific industry standard for the end of one color temperate band and the starting point of another color temperate zone. The same color temperature is completely possible to be called a different name by different people.It's convient for people to vertify the final effect of the light.
Amber, milky white light is often referred to as very warm white, usually around 2700k - similar to incandescent lamps.
Very Warm Whites are typically 2700k - similar to traditional Incandescent bulbs
Warm Whites are generally 3000k - similar to Halogen bulbs
Natural Whites are generally 4000k - similar to natural white
Cool Whites are generally 5000k plus - similar to natural sunlight
Led usually has 2500k, 2700k, 3000k, 4000k, 5000k and 6000k.
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