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First, Paul, why PM me rather than put the link Right up here?
Problem is atmosphere; the nicest lights to work under are definitely high temperature, conventional, filament lamps.I guess we all like real sunlight and that is broad spectrum 'black body' radiation.I have a brilliant 'head light' with 4 leds and it works fine for reading in a tent or messing around under the car.It's still a disgusting colour and I wouldn't like to have every room in the house lit this way.One day they will find a led which gives a broad range of spectral colours which approximate to sunlight but, even the discharge tube high efficiency lamps they make now are pretty naff, imho.I am on the horns of a dilemma; can I be green enough to put up with the vile colours? Perhaps the secret is to use motion sensors everywhere which only turn lights on when you are actually in a room. That would reduce the consumption to less than 25%, I'm sure, so I can have my light and save energy.
How long does An LED light against it's fluorescent counterpart ?
I don't and I'm looking at this image on an RGB monitor on which I often watch perfectly convincing television pictures.