First off, we need to talk about Kelvin
You may have noticed the word Kelvin in your search for the perfect lighting. Kelvin is a unit of thermodynamic temperature, coined by William Thomson, later in life known as Lord Kelvin. It basically measures the warmth of a light source. A vintage filament bulb has a warm glow (2200 Kelvin), while office lights have a cold glow (6500 Kelvin), for example. The lower the Kelvin number, the warmer the light. The beauty of most smart lighting systems is that you can change the amount of Kelvin to suit your needs. For productivity, a high amount of Kelvin has been proven to work best, while a low amount of Kelvin makes you relaxed and is better suited before going to bed. Innr’s range of white LEDs are dimmable, but will always stay at the same high amount of Kelvin. All of the other Innr lights are far more dynamic and can be tuned to reduce or increase the amount of Kelvin. Keep that in mind when choosing the lights for your own setup.