Daylight fluorescent lamp
[General Electric] A brand name for a high efficiency fluorescent lamp with a color temperature of 6500 K. Daylight lamps give a bluish white reflections on a neutral surface. In general, they blend with daylight and provide good color acceptance. The Daylight fluorescent lamp has strong blue and green lines causing red and orange colors to appear grayish.
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