8 watt LED full spectrum with E27 base. A natural daylight with a high color rendering CRI 95 and almost “flicker-free”. Suitable for continuous operation. Not dimmable.
This LED is the direct replacement of the classic Edison light bulb, which is biologically healthy and directly compatible with building biology. It is self-explanatory that this full spectrum daylight LED can effectively replace any energy saving lamp and standard LED of this 60 watt power class in terms of light quality and performance. Naturally mercury-free!
The full spectrum daylight produced here is flicker-free and brighter than that of a 60 watt bulb. However, this LED cannot be used together with a dimmer, i.e. it is not dimmable.
Full spectrum daylight LED: Sensational lighting technology modeled on the sun
This high-tech LED with 8 watts impresses not only with its light intensity but also with its very high colour rendering. The colour rendering index CRI is an unbelievable 95 i.e. with this full spectrum LED lamp you can enjoy maximum full spectrum light close to the sun. In terms of colours this means: seeing colours naturally, recognising colours naturally and comparing colours naturally, but also being less tired and able to concentrate better.
Other useful factors are: low heat generation and a nice fresh, clear light for maximum natural lighting in the living area and at work. When switched on, this LED lamp immediately shines with full brightness, just brighter than a standard 60 watt bulb.
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 is also maximally flicker-reduced, i.e. healthy flicker-free even according to building biology guidelines. This LED produces 560 lumens of luminous flux at a brightness of over 60 watts.
- Color temperature: 5200 Kelvin
- Flicker-free (below 1 percent)
- Color rendering index CRI 95
- 560 lumens
- Consumption: 8 watt
- Service life: up to 35,000 hours
- Switching cycles: up to 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. 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 lamp (without mercury) with E27 socket, it can be used wherever you have previously used incandescent lamps, energy-saving lamps or normal LEDs. For example for lighting in the kitchen, at the dining table, in the living room, in the children’s room, in the hallway, in the bathroom, at the desk or in the reading corner. Basically everywhere where bright fresh light is desired and natural lighting is simply ideal.
The installation of the LED lamp is identical to changing a light bulb. Simply screw it in and that’s it. This LED fits everywhere where an E27 light bulb was used before.
The brightness of this full-spectral LED lamp belongs to the 60 W incandescent lamp power class, but shines brighter.
Supplementary information and notes
This LED full spectrum daylight lamp, with a consumption of 8 watts, has already paid for itself within 2,050 hours despite the higher acquisition costs due to the low energy consumption compared to a 60 watt bulb!
ATTENTION: This full spectrum LED lamp must NOT be operated with a 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