Wattage VS Luminous Flux
|200 - 300 Lm||25 Watt||2 Watt||5 Watt||20 Watt|
|300 - 500 Lm||40 Watt||6 Watt||7 Watt||28 Watt|
|500 - 800 Lm||60 Watt||9 Watt||12 Watt||42 Watt|
|700 - 1000 Lm||75 Watt||10 Watt||14 Watt||53 Watt|
|> 1000 Lm||100 Watt||>15 Watt||>16 Watt||>70 Watt|
Luminous flux (in lumens) is a measure of the total amount of light a lamp puts out. Wattage is the amount of watt a bulb uses in 1 hour. We've long identified bulbs by their wattage, but that is actually a measure of electricity, not the brightness of a bulb. The amount of light a bulb generates is measured in lumens. An incandescent 60-watt bulb, for example, gives off 750 lumens of light and LED bulbs can deliver the same amount of light using as little as 9 Watt! The amount of Lumen divided by the wattage will show you which lamps are most energy efficient.
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