BlueMax™ Natural Light Comparison

See BlueMax™ Lights Compared to Natural Sunlight

Independent meter readings of natural sunlight were taken on a sunny day in Michigan on April 19th, 2005; 4:09pm. The natural lighting readings were compared to measurements of light emitted indoors from the BlueMax™ Desk Lamp (away from any sunlight) for comparison. The meter readings in the photographs above show that sunlight and BlueMax™ are identical. The technical measurement equipment used was a cal-COLOR400 calibrated precision colormeter. The scientific instrument was calibrated to National Institute of Standards & Technology standards on April 7, 2005.


BlueMax Lighting™ was specifically designed to be the most natural lighting source available. The addition of 6 custom phosphors along with a high output 70 watt full spectrum bulb have combined to create the closest thing to sunlight indoors.

      Natural Light Reading Being Taken                  BlueMax™ Light Reading Being Taken


                Natural Sunlight                                   BlueMax™ Desk Lamp (a perfect match!)

 Lux: 22,530 (±5%)                                                           Lux: 22,580 (±5%)
Kelvin Temperature: 5814k (±25k)                                  Kelvin Temperature: 5823k (±25k)
Chromacity coordinates: x=.3410 y=.3258 (±0.002)     Chromacity coordinates: x=.3410 y=.3258                                                                                                             (±0.002) CRI:96    

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