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Flicker-free with the Whitest Light Color for Kitchen Can Lighting.
I wanted to order some flicker-free bulbs. Which ones are the whitest light color? I was going to put them in my kitchen in can lighting.
Based on the details provided, we would recommend the 5000K or 6500K versions of our Full Spectrum E26 BR30 LED Bulbs. These lights are designed for recessed ceiling lighting and offer full spectrum output and a high CRI of 95+.
If you would like to try this product in the other available color temperatures, please feel free to take advantage of our 30-day return policy if any items are unneeded. Simply reach out, and we will gladly provide a prepaid return label for those products.
I have to use flicker free ones. Our home person was recommending a flicker free one that you just came out with. Do you know which one that is?
Based on the details provided, it sounds as though you may be referring to our newly launched CENTRIC DAYLIGHT™ Full Spectrum Flicker-Free A21 15W LED Bulbs.
What does the color temperature number mean? What's the difference between them?
Generally speaking, 'color temperature' is a measurement of how 'cool' or 'warm' the light being output by a source is.
For example, residential installations such as living areas and kitchens often benefit from ‘warmer’ color temperatures that are lower on the scale, such as 2700K and 3000K.
In comparison, higher color temperatures such as 5000K or 6500K are much ‘cooler’ and mimic natural daylight. These options are often very useful for art production and industrial purposes.
As can be noted by the below post, the color temperature options benefit different installation areas due to differences in output.
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