Equivalent Wattages of Lumen Output
Replacing your average household light bulb has become more complicated over the years. Energy saving technology like compact fluorescent and LED mean you can get a light bulb as bright as your old 60W incandescent that uses, for example, just 8 Watts of electricity.
In old incandescent technology there was a clear link between the light output of a bulb and the amount of power it used. A 100W bulb was brighter than a 40W bulb but this isn’t always the case anymore. To make sure we get the correct replacement bulb in terms of the brightness we need to think in terms of light output.
Light output is measured in Lumens.
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