The light colour corresponds to the light code. This consists of 3 digits. The first digit stands for the Colour Rendering Index (CRI) and describes the quality of colour rendering of light sources. Digits 2 and 3 represent the colour temperature.
The colour rendering index is an index describing the quality of the colour rendering of light sources. A scale from 0 to 100 is used for this purpose. The reference value is natural light (CRI = 100). Depending on the lighting task, there are also special colour renderings, e.g. Brilliant, Meat and NMeat or Natural.
Brilliant: Best colour rendering, brilliant white.
Meat: Accentuated colour rendering in the red range. Makes meatshine juicy.
NMeat: The light brings out the red tones in meat. In itself it is white, and not pink. Thus bone, outer layer of fat, grain and edible mould have a natural appearance. In addition, there is no optical falsification of the outer packaging.
N27 (Natural): High color saturation of all colors and excellent contrast sharpness.