If you are still used to thinking in watts, you can use the following table to keep your usual room lighting:
|Classical light bulb (Watt)|
LED luminaires allow you to choose between different colour temperatures. They are stated in Kelvin (K). For comparison: A 60 Watt luminaire (light bulb) corresponds to 2700 kelvins and thus has a warm-white colour temperature. The range of 3300-3500 K is called neutral white and the area above 5000 K is called cold white light.
Saving energy costs
LED luminaires save current, let you profit of energy efficiency and give you the opportunity to choose your lighting's colour temperature.