The 6500k was exactly what I needed to brighten up my training facility with high quality light midday type light. I found it so useful that I’m going to purchase another strip now.
We ended up replacing Centric Home 4000k strips that looked a little too "clinical" for our tastes with this FilmGrade 3200k for some under cabinet lighting and love the choice! The 3200k is just a bit crisper than 3000k, but still a nice warm color. The great thing about the high CRI is it doesn't make the white cabinets, countertop and subway tile look yellow at all, which is what I was really afraid of. I also like how closely the LEDs are to each other which combined with a frosted diffuser makes for a pleasant looking reflection on the countertop.
I also found these to be completely flicker free when paired with a Lutron Caseta ELV PD-5NE dimmer AND a Zurik EMLV Electronic Dimmable LED Driver.
The 24V version has two-inch spacing between cut marks, so just plan your channel sizes carefully and you'll be good!
I haven't gotten them installed in their final housing, but they give a bright nice-looking white that i think will work great for some task lighting.
Beautiful Color Rendering in a high quality, easy to use flexible strip. Perfect for any custom lighting project!
The LED strips are a great color rendition. Customer liked it
So hard to find good LED lighting that doesnt have a heavy green cast to it. These lights look great. Installed 16'in my bathroom ceiling for a dramatic improvement in light quality, and intensitiy.
We are using LEDs to illuminate Green Tree Python enclosures. Light quality may be important for optimal maintenance of this species. We are running a long-term experiment with these Daylight LEDs (6500K) to address this further.
We Used this for uplighting for our stage. Looks great on camera and blends seamlessly with our conventional lighting. Good and accurate color rendition and quality components. Waveform Lighting is a good one stop shop for LED lighting.
As a volunteer with a local wildlife care agency I’ve come to learn that recovering wildlife does best when their environment causes minimal stress and includes the use of lighted cages. Four elements are critical in the lighting design:
1) good color rendering – so that the food in the cage looks like the food in the wild,
2) high light levels (approximately 1,000 footcandles, roughly equivalent to a shaded day-lit environment),
3) minimal flicker – “flicker-free” as identified in the product description, and
4) minimal heat gain
We were able to satisfy these design elements using Filmgrade White LED strip lights (5600k) and the Filmgrade DC power supply (which provides a “flicker-free” solution as confirmed by the support group). Of course this LED solution is also inexpensive to operate, will likely last for decades, and requires no maintenance.
The LED strips appear to be particularly well made with good materials. They can be easily cut to length and ends soldered together to combine several rows. Moreover, the support group responded to numerous technical questions with relevant information and in a timely manner. Five stars!
In-progress "shift cage" construction photos are included. Note, five rows of new LEDs provide 900 FC and a 6 degree temperature rise over 90 minutes.
Bought the sample strip to test. Will be ordering a full reel to replace lower CRI LED s in a light table for sorting slides.