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ElectroBOOM on light

2020-05-01 22:18:33.191516+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

ElectroBOOM [Mehdi Sadaghdar]: Presidential BEEF, Difference of Light Technology. I did not know that LED lights were actually that smooth in their light curves.

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#Comment Re: ElectroBOOM on light made: 2020-05-02 02:06:15.448562+00 by: TheSHAD0W

He must've been testing a bulb with a very high color accuracy. Next time you look at LED bulbs look for the "CRI" rating.

Note that LEDs and CFLs really aren't that different; they both use UV to excite phosphors. But modern phosphors have gotten much better, and some of the newer CFLs can be as good as LEDs in color accuracy.

#Comment Re: ElectroBOOM on light made: 2020-05-02 16:02:28.516644+00 by: Dan Lyke

Yeah, I was kinda shocked by how smooth the curve was on the LED bulbs, and it makes me want to have a light spectral meter. I completely expected the LEDs to be closer to the CFLs in terms of how they create their light...

Now if I can just figure out how to reliably purchase compatible dimmer/LED bulb combinations... Although I think the future is in alternative form-factor displays, either the 10v dimmers of commercial LED panels, DMX controlled lights, or individually controlled strip lights.

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