6,5 watt LED spot full spectrum 3step with GU10 base. A near-natural daylight with a color rendering CRI >93 and almost “flicker-free”. Dimmable with compatible LED dimmer. Suitable for continuous operation.
This LED spotlight is the biologically healthy and direct replacement for the high-voltage halogen lamp (without fransformer). It is self-explanatory that this full-spectrum daylight LED can effectively replace a halogen and standard LED of this power class with 35 watts in terms of light quality and performance. Naturally mercury-free!
The full-spectrum daylight produced here has very little flickering and is subjectively as bright as a 35 watt spot.
Natural light thanks to state-of-the-art technology in this LED Spot 3step with 6,5 watts!
This high-tech LED spot with 6,5 watts not only impresses with its light quality and high color rendering, but above all with its dimmability using a compatible LED dimmer. The color rendering index is CRI >93, i.e. with this full-spectrum LED spot you can enjoy full-spectrum light close to the sun. In terms of colour, this means seeing colors naturally, recognizing colors naturally and comparing colors naturally, but also being less tired and being able to concentrate better.
Important note on the dimmer: The basic assumption that the dimmer that may be present works is unfortunately incorrect. A high-quality suitable LED dimmer is required for this LED spotlight to function satisfactorily. Ultimately, the only thing left is to try it out and replace it if necessary. We have a suitable, compatible LED dimmer in our range.
Other useful factors are: low heat generation and a nice fresh, clear light for maximum natural lighting in the living area and in the workplace. When switched on, this LED spot lights up immediately with full brightness, i.e. without any warm-up time.
Full spectrum daylight, explained by the natur-nah® expert (german)
Full spectrum daylight LED: Convincing performance at a glance
Sunlight does not flicker, i.e. it does not flicker at 0 Hz (Hertz). Developed according to the model of our sun, this LED spotlight is also maximally flicker reduced, i.e. healthy flicker-free even according to building biology guidelines. This LED produces 450 lumen luminous flux at a brightness of 35 watts.
- Color temperature: 5400 Kelvin
- Flicker-free (below 1 percent)
- Color rendering index CRI >93
- 510 lumens
- dimmable (TRIAC)
- Consumption: 6,5 watt
- Lifetime: 36.000 hours
- Switching cycles: > 25.000
- Business quality = suitable for continuous operation
- 3 years warranty
Recommendation: Read a book under the light of such a full spectrum daylight LED spot. We can hardly describe the difference in the contrast of the typeface and basically this pleasant reading – only experiencing it yourself helps!
FULL SPECTRUM LAMPS – THE HEALTHIER LIGHT
Our near-sun full spectrum daylight lamps support your natural vision and health in many ways. This is because their spectrum is very similar to sunlight. They therefore achieve similar supporting effects as the sun. The most important advantages for you are:
- More well-being
- High contrast viewing of small fonts
- See and distinguish natural colors
- Fewer eye problems
- Less tired
- Concentrate longer
- More capacity
FOR THEIR ILLUMINATED EVERYDAY LIFE THIS MEANS:
More relaxed eyes
Examples of use
As an LED spot (without mercury), it can be used wherever you have previously used high-voltage halogen spots. For example, for lighting at the desk, in the kitchen, in the hallway, in the bathroom, etc., or for spotlighting and highlighting pictures or other objects of art.
Simply replace your halogen spotlight with the natural LED spot – that’s it. Technical changes to your lights are not necessary.
The brightness of this full-spectral LED spotlight corresponds somewhat to that of a 35 watts halogen spot.
Additional information and notes
This full spectrum LED spotlight can be operated with a suitable (compatible) LED dimmer.
The new EU energy label since 2021
The new EU energy label for light sources, which will apply from September 1st, 2021, not only looks different, it is also based on new, stricter classification criteria. As a result, lamps and lights are classified in lower energy classes. However, nothing has changed in terms of the power consumption of the lamp.Details on the new EU energy label 2021