Which under-cabinet LED lights most ressemble halogen spots?
Next week I intend to replace the undercabinet halogens in my kitchen with energy efficient LED lighting. I know "warm white" LED exists, but there's a whole range, and I specifically want something that ressembles as closely as possible the look and feel of the 10w halogen spots I've got now. Can anybody tell me how to choose among the plethora available and what the criteria are?
Look at your existing halogen lamps, there should be a color # 2700k, 3500k, 4100k, or something along that line included in the lamp info. Then pick LED lamps of the same wattage and color. I believe warm white is either 2700 or 3500, I can't remember. The higher the color number the brighter the light.
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