Honeywell led lighting offer 25000hrs of lifetime on most of its product and give 13+ years of desired output based on average residential usage of 5 hours per day.
Power is a measure of efficacy in lighting which is lumen per watt and Honeywell slim panel light of 6.5W ensure better lumen per watt.
Luminous flux is the quantity of the energy of the light emitted per second in all directions. The unit of luminous flux is lumen (lm).
The quantity of visible light that is emitted in unit time per unit solid angle. The unit of measurement is candela (cd).
Illuminance is the quantity of light or luminous flux, falling on a unit area of a surface. It is designated by the symbol E.
A beam angle is a measurement of how the light is distributed. The beam angle is measured at the points where the light is emitting 50% of the brightest reading and Honeywell led lighting give you beam angle for accurate and uniform lighting.
The color temperature of a light source is the temperature of an ideal black-body radiator that radiates light of a color comparable to that of the light source. LED are available in all colors of light such as Warm White (2700K-3000K), Natural White (4000K) and Day Light (6500K).
For hospitality and F&B lighting applications, we recommend Warm White to reproduce the home comfort feeling. For retail lighting application both Warm White and Natural White are suitable. Day Light color temperature is only used in office lighting and working environment applications where focus and productivity is most important.
CRI measures the ability of a light source to accurately reproduce colors and is measured on a scale from 0 to 100. Natural light has a CRI of 100 and is what all light sources strive to replicate. A CRI of 65 is considered poor (right picture) while a CRI of 80 is considered good. And all Honeywell product offer CRI of 80 and above to reflect the color more accurately.