CENTRIC HOME™ Flicker-Free A19 10W LED Bulb
CENTRIC HOME™ Flicker-Free A19 10W LED Bulb
- Available in 2700K or 3000K
- Completely flicker-free light output (Learn More)
- Full spectrum, 95 CRI light quality (Learn More)
- Compatible with global voltage input (AC90-240V/50-60Hz)
- Conveniently screws into any standard E26 or E27 Edison socket
- 10 Watt power consumption
- 800 lumens - equivalent to a 60W incandescent bulb
- Not dimmable, not suitable for enclosed fixtures
- 25,000 hours lifetime, 3 year warranty
Looking for a brighter version? See our 1600 lumen (100 watt eq) bulb here!
Color Temperature Options:
CRI (Ra): 95+
CRI R9: 80+
Brightness: 800 lumens (60W eq)
Voltage: AC90-240V, 50-60 Hz
Power: 10.0 watts
Installation: E26 or E27 (Medium Edison Screw)
This product is a standard A19 LED screw-in lamp designed to work in virtually all lamp fixtures, including those designed for traditional incandescent or CFL lamps.
The lamp has an industry-standard E26 base, which is the ubiquitous, approximately 1-inch wide, screw-base.
The lamp emits the equivalent brightness of a 60 watt incandescent bulb, but only consumes 10 watts. You may find that your lamp fixture has a warning regarding the maximum wattage permitted per socket. Use the 10 watt value, and not the 60 watt equivalency value, in confirming compatibility.
Pricing & Ordering Information
Pricing & Ordering Information
Listed pricing is per one bulb (1-pack) or six bulbs (6-pack).Please see below for part numbers and corresponding specifications.
PN 4005C.27: E26, 2700K
PN 4005C.30: E26, 3000K
PN 4007.27: E27, 2700K
PN 4007.30: E27, 3000K
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
This item is in stock and typically ships within 1-3 business days.Shipping is free within the USA for orders over $50.
If you're not 100% satisfied with the performance, color or quality of your product, we'll work with you to make it right.
Simply contact us within 30 calendar days after delivery and we'll pay for return shipping (USA only) and offer you a full refund.
See our delivery policy,returns & refunds policy and warranty policy.
WARM & RELAXING
Our CENTRIC HOME™ bulbs are offered in 2700K and 3000K color temperature options. Both options provide a warm and relaxing environment, perfect for home and hospitality applications.
2700K light is very similar to the warm glow emitted by a traditional incandescent light bulb. 3000K, on the other hand, still provides a relaxing and warm environment, but is slightly less yellow, which may be preferred for locations that are more task-oriented, such as reading and dining. Learn more here.
Both color temperature options feature 95 CRI, which ensures that the light spectrum is a near-perfect replication of traditional incandescent and halogen bulbs.
FLICKER-FREE & HEALTHY
Some LED lights will produce rapid flicker or pulses that aren't immediately visible to the naked eye, which can cause headaches, nausea and eye strain. Our CENTRIC SERIES™ products include additional electrical circuitry to achieve a truly flicker-free light output that produces a comfortable and stable light level. Learn more about flicker here, or watch our video demonstration below.
Flicker-Free Demonstration Video
What is the difference between 2700K and 3000K?
These color temperature options correspond to the various shades of natural light. 2700K is a light color that best approximates the warm glow of traditional incandescent bulbs, while 3000K provides a bit more of a crisp and brighter white.
The choice between these colors is completely up to you! There is no correct answer, and this is a question of preference.
Regardless of your choice, both color options feature 95 CRI and flicker-free light output, which will provide you with a healthy and relaxing environment.
Below is an article that go into further detail:
Still not sure? Take advantage of our 30 day free-returns policy to try out the different colors. If you don't like it, simply let us know and we'll send over a return label.
Should I get daylight white (4000K - 6500K) bulbs instead?
The most popular color temperature option for home and residential use is either 2700K or 3000K, commonly labeled warm white. These are the color temperatures that match the warm and inviting glow of traditional incandescent bulbs.
Some people prefer daylight or neutral white color temperatures as they offer a more balanced spectrum that eliminates the orange and yellow tint seen in warm white color temperature bulbs.
If you're looking for a bulb that produces a crisp, energizing white light, we would recommend our CENTRIC DAYLIGHT™ product line, which offers the same 95 CRI and flicker-free performance but with daylight white color temperatures.
Do these bulbs emit blue light?
As with virtually all light sources, the CENTRIC HOME™ LED bulbs do emit some blue light.
You may have read or heard about the concerns regarding the blue light hazard. Excessive blue light exposure during evening hours is certainly a concern, but blue light is an essential and important part of our daily lives, as it is extremely abundant in natural daylight (the blue sky!) and an important signal to our bodies and circadian rhythms.
The CENTRIC HOME™ bulbs have a M/P ratio of approximately 0.5, which is inline with traditional incandescent and halogen bulbs.
It is also important to keep in mind that time of day, exposure time and distance away from the bulbs also have a significant influence on whether or not the blue light wavelengths will impact your circadian cycle.
How many bulbs should I install in my space?
We generally recommend using one bulb for every 40 square feet of space. Simply divide the square footage of your space by 40 to get the number of bulbs needed. For example, a 160 square foot area would require 160 divided by 40, or 4 bulbs.
For more guidance, we recommend checking out our lumen estimation calculator.
Are these bulbs dimmable?
Unfortunately, these bulbs are not dimmable. This means that they cannot be used on any electrical circuit which has a dimmer installed, even if you keep the dimmer at the maximum setting at all times.
Do these bulbs emit any UV radiation?
These bulbs do not emit any ultraviolet radiation. The light output covers the entire visible spectrum between 420 nanometers and 800 nanometers, but does not go below (UV-A) or above (infrared).
What kind of lamp fixture can this product be used in?
These A19 bulbs have a standard screw-in base (E26 / E27), which is the same type that has been used for more than a century.
As long as the lamp fixture is designated for an A type or A19 type, these bulbs will be compatible.
Although these lamps have the brightness of 60 watt incandescent lamps, these lamps have an actual power draw of only 10 watts. Therefore, they can safely be used in fixtures that have a max rating of less than 60 watts.
What is the voltage range of these lamps? Can they be used overseas?
The voltage range of this product is AC 90-240V and 50-60 Hz, which covers all global voltages. As such, they can safely be used internationally without any issues. The internal circuitry adjusts for the input voltage automatically, and does not affect the light output or performance of the lamp.
Comes on instantly, and produces a beautiful light that makes colors seem to pop across the spectrum.
These lamps are really great. I have been trying out different lamps and trims for new can lights that I installed in a recent house addition. I was sure that I would prefer a premium high CRI integrated LED trim instead of a bulb. I had installed Waveform Centric Daylight 4K strip lights in my woodshop and I could not be happier with the quality of light, so I tried out the BR30's. The Waveform BR30's are fantastic and are a preferable light to any other option I have tried. I have them on Lutron Diva LED+ dimmers which work great with no noticeable flicker. All of the integrated LED trims that I tried had noticeable flicker while dimmed. I have decided to use these in 3K & 4K for my entire house.
Product worked great!!!
Last fall, I tried a selection of bulbs from Waveform - hoping that at least one of them would be a perfect replacement for incandescent bulbs. I can't tolerate most LED or fluorescent lighting - I get headaches, nausea, lightheadedness.
This bulb in the 2700 is wonderful! It's a brighter, but not harsh, kind of light than an incandescent - in the very best way. It feels brighter than 60 watts to me, in a way that is hard to describe. "warm" and "cheerful" comes to mind. And no weird side effects at all. I've returned to buy a six pack this time.
Additionally, we live in an older apartment, where the wiring can be a bit hinky. That has led to many lightbulbs going prematurely out of commission. Not true with these, which I find amazing. So: they are also kind of sturdy and can withstand our electrical weirdness.
Hurray for these, and please never stop making them!
Now, if you could make one of those huge lightbulbs in a light that is warm like this, only with about 300 watts worth of light and on a three way circuit, for a 1930s floor lamp I adore, you would fulfill all of my lightbulb wishes.
(I may as well ask for magic, since you have already come up with it once.)
I've been dreading the upcoming incandescents ban, and these bulbs are truly amazing. I did my own experiment with incandescent vs the waveform flicker-free bulb using slow motion camera, and it indeed has zero flicker in comparison. I'm hoping they come out with this technology in more bulb configurations (A15, globe, flame, etc.)