Cool, energizing light (3000K)
Light can have different color temperatures, indicated in units called Kelvin (K). Bulbs with a low Kelvin value produce a warm, more cozy light, while those with a higher Kelvin value produce a cool, more energizing light.
Homogen beam pattern
The Single Optic lens provides a superb light beam without shades compared with traditional halogen spots.
Wide beam angle: up to 60°
The wide beam angle of up to 60° allows for a comprehensive illumination of the task, while delivering the right amount of light.
No visible flicker
When your light flickers in quick succession it could be hard on the eyes, cause headaches, and even set off an attack for those with photosensitive epilepsy. It's both unpleasant and unnecessary. LEDs can flicker because of their rapid response to the driver current. However, because Philips LEDs are designed so that variations in your driver current's output are minimized, they eliminate the factors that cause flicker. So, you won't see it, not even a hint.