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Difference between Centric and NorthLux Products
Would you be able to let me know if there is any difference between the Centric bulbs and NorthLux bulbs with the same color temperature? I noticed that there are a number of products where there are Centrix and NorthLux bulbs with the same CCT, wattage, and price, and online pictures. I'm curious as to whether the products differ in some way.
We can confirm that some products, such as the NorthLux™ 95 CRI E26 A19 LED Bulb for Art & Studio and the D50 5000K A19 LED Bulb for Color Matching (ISO3664:2000) are actually identical items that are given unique landing pages for marketing purposes.
By comparison, though the CENTRIC DAYLIGHT™ Full Spectrum Flicker-Free A19 10W LED product is of the same family line, the 5000K color temperature does not conform to the D50 color standard as the above products do.
We do apologize for any confusion this might cause in your order planning. As a general note, identical products can be noted by the shared part number. For the above D50 products, that number is PN4005.D50. In these instances, the functionality and performance will be identical, though the color temperatures available might change.
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