Full Spectrum Bulbs
Get true full spectrum light from the fluorescent bulbs on this page. We also offer daylight simulating "neodymium" incandescent bulbs.
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What is "full spectrum" light?
There are perceived differences in the "quality" of light produced by electric light bulbs. The term "full spectrum light "is used to highlight a couple of these differences. However, the term does not have a precise technical definition. "Full spectrum" electric light is commonly understood to be light that is similar to "daylight" in two ways. One, the light is perceived to have the bluish white appearance and brightness values of daylight and, two, the light has strong color rendering capabilities accross the visible spectrum. The fluorescent light bulbs Topbulb offers in this category have both of these characteristics.
Daylight includes all wavelengths in the visible spectrum, it represents "full color" or the "full spectrum."