Bigger sizes should be brighter. I'm not sure, off the top of my head, which is brighter (warm white or yellow). Personally, I just prefer the yellow because it looks more like candle flame. But it's worth mentioning that yellow will chew through batteries faster than white. Pros and cons, I suppose.DeadKing wrote:I just wonder myself wich Led is better for these small pumpkins. Warm white flickering or yellow flickering, 10 mm
DeadKing wrote:I just wonder myself wich Led is better for these small pumpkins. Warm white flickering or yellow flickering, 10 mm. Wich is brighter and wich type would be better for this? If anyone knows, it would be helpfull because I want order some and dont know wich type to order...
Yes, I just read some of this on net. I noticed that yellow have 700 mcd and warm white 3000 mcd, viewing angle is 50 percent on both, so it turns out that the warm white is brighter, so it will give more light. hm...shaft28 wrote:
LED brightness can be measured in multiple was (flux, luminous power, lum. intensity or lum. effeciency) but looks like this site uses "intensity" ex- •Intensity: 900 mCd typ. at 20 mA as their benchmark. So bigger does not mean better. From what I saw the 10mm looked good; the 3mm might be brighter but a just small amount. Might be due to the thickness/size of the plastic "bulb".