LED colour reproduction

You are familiar with the situation: your customers try on an item of clothing they have just discovered in the fitting room full of anticipation; they step in front of the mirror all excited and disappointment strikes as they stare at themselves. From one instant to the next nothing looks quite as good as it did. Colours have lost their vivacity, skin looks pale, perhaps even yellowish, and the overall impression is rather disappointing. The reason for this disappointment is often solely a low quality of lighting; or even more precisely, the poor colour reproduction index of the illuminant. It is only when this is exact and of a high quality that colours can be reproduced in an unaltered and authentic way.

Users of Q-MAX LED lamps and LED lights will not get such unpleasant surprises. A consistently natural and high level of colour reproduction was sought during the development of these illuminants; especially for lighting-sensitive industries, such as retail, hotels and gastronomy. As a result, none of the Q-MAX LED products contain a colour reproduction index (CRI) of below 80, which equates to almost perfect colour reproduction.

As a mater of fact, Q-MAX is going to launch LED lamps with the highest colour reproduction index on the market at the end of 2014. For example, the LED lamps in the MR16 series will feature colour reproduction indices of CRI 93 to CRI 95, thus enabling colour reproduction as yet unseen. There will not be more natural-looking colours in the entire LED light industry.

Lamps with High CRI: