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Typical Cool White LED Response, compared to human eye response.

LEDs are available as both ‘warm white’ and ‘cool white’, however, as the ‘cool white’ LEDs produce a hue nearer to daylight, and are more efficient, they are normally preferred and are therefore, much more common.

Source: http://www.diodecavern.co.uk/node/174

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