S.A.D is a type of winter depression which affects an estimated half a million people in the UK every winter. This is usually between September and April and in particular during December, January and February.
One of the most common problems experienced during winter months by S.A.D sufferers is that of low light levels in the home. Typical household lighting offers a type of light which is very yellow in colour – referred to as Warm White (2700K). Through the introduction of the Pro-Lite “DAYLITE” range of lamps, this colour is replaced by a much crisper, whiter light, simulating Natural Daylight (NDL), or 6400K.
Now available in normal household bases (BC & ES) this range of lamps is also a fantastic choice for areas requiring crisp white light. Typical examples include desk and reading lamps, garages, workshops, art studios, and any main household area for the SAD sufferer.
Colour Temperature: Daylight 6400K
Average Lamp Life: 8,000 Hours