Candlepower and lumens are both measurements of light, but they measure different qualities of light. Convert candlepower to lumens by multiplying the amount of candlepower by 12.57. The resulting figure is the equivalen... More »

To convert watts to lumens, first find out the efficacy rating, which is in lumens per watt. The formula for this conversion is lumens = watts x (lumens per watt). More »

Convert lumens to watts with the following formula: Watts = Lumens / (Lumens per Watt), or W = lm / (lm/W). The number of lumens per watt is dependent on the type of light and the manufacturer. Incandescent light bulbs a... More »

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To use a watts-to-lumens conversion table or calculator, such as those at RapidTables.com or MGE.com, find the type of light source on the table or calculator, and then find the lumens associated with the wattage rating ... More »

A 100-watt incandescent bulb gives off 1,600 lumens. Watts measure the electrical energy required to light a bulb, while lumens are a measure of the brightness of the light produced. More »

In science, neutral means one of three things: something that is gray and without hue or zero chroma; something that does not have a charge and is not magnetized; or something that does not exhibit acid or alkaline quali... More »

The best LED bulbs for home use provide 800-1100 lumens of brightness in a warm white hue. These parameters will best mimic the light given off by standard home incandescent bulbs. More »

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