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LED Bulbs Recommendation for Home Lighting
I'm looking to replace the existing light bulbs in the home we’re moving into. They’re A19. Can you help me understand the differences between the following: Centric Home Full Spectrum flicker-free, Centric Daylight Full Spectrum flicker-free, and FilmGrade flicker free
The applications are bedrooms, bathrooms, offices, and some common areas like a hallway, and laundry room. Some of the bulbs will go within a light fixture that has yellow glass.
What am I looking for? Flicker-free, good-quality light. 2700K and 6500K seem too far on the color spectrum. Probably 3000K to 4000K is what we’re looking for.
Generally speaking, we find that living spaces generally benefit from 2700-3000K color temperatures, where office spaces benefit from 4000K. However, I have provided a few links below which might assist in selecting the right color temperature for each of the spaces referenced.
Which LED Light Color Temperature Should I Choose? https://www.waveformlighting.com/home-residential/which-led-light-color-temperature-should-i-choose
Guide to 2700K vs 3000K: https://www.waveformlighting.com/home-residential/choosing-between-2700k-and-3000k
Further, as the A19 products referenced (Centric Home Full Spectrum flicker-free, Centric Daylight Full Spectrum flicker-free, FilmGrade flicker-free) are of the same family line, the primary difference will be found in the available color temperatures. As such, each offers the same high CRI and will be able to provide identical performance.
Finally, please note that our A19 bulbs will require a moderate amount of airflow for heat dissipation. As such, we advise against use within completely enclosed fixtures, as this may cause higher than normal failure rates.
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