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Great Color Chart for LED Color Mixing


Charles Belcher
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Charles Belcher
http://www.colorcombo.com/index.html


This is a great tool for choosing colors in an LED color mixing environment. Most of the colors they use have DMX values which translate to percentages in multiples of (5); thus making intensity keys easier in LOR.

For example, they have a gold which is RGB=255,204,0 translating to LOR percentages of 100%, 80% and 0%. Another is a lavender which is RGB=153, 102, 204 and translating to LOR percentages of 60%, 40% and 80%.

Check it out!

Charles
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  • 2 months later...

I find it better to use Microsoft Paint. Simply open the program up and then double click any of the colors on the bottom left. Then select define custom colors.

Now you can use the slider on the right side of the box to get the color you're looking for and then use the big square color chart to get the shade of that color that you want. Then just use the RGB #'s in the bottom right corner.

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