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How many lumens does a 3W LED warm white GU10 bulb produce?

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its between 30 lumens per bulb

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It depends on the type of GU10 lamp - an GU10 LED will have a lower power usage (cheaper to run) but lower Lumen output. For example a 3W GU10 LED lamp in warm white has an output of about 150 Lumens. For a halogen GU10, a 35W bulb will have an output of about 600 Lumens. For more powerful lamps, expect a higher Lumen output. Finally you have an option such as a low energy GU10 such as the Megaman, which for a 7W power value gives an output of 620 Lumens, which exceeds that of the halogen bulb and also has a longer life.


It depends on the bulb and its efficiency. A typical 40 watt incandescent bulb puts out about 475 lumens.


Lumens measures how bright it is, watts measures how much electric power it uses up. An old-type incandescent bulb produces about 10 lumens per watt. A halogen produce about 13 lumens per watt. A fluorescent (energy saving) bulb produces about 50 lumens per watt. LEDs produce somewhere around the same as a fluorescent.


GU10 bulbs are LED based bulbs, which help you to cut down on your electricity bill. In it's complete lifetime one GU10 bulb will save you more than $50 and if one replace a 100 Watt bulb with a GU10 bulb the energy consumption will go down drastically.


Incandescents produce about 10 lumens per watt.


It depends on the efficiently of the bulb, check the box to find the answer to this one.


Bulb brightness in LumensA 100 watt Bulb is rated at approximately 1700 lumensA 60 watt incandescent bulb is rated at approximately 800 lumensA 40 watt bulb is rated at approximately 400 lumensA 25 watt bulb is rated at approximately 180 lumensA 4 watt night light bulb is rated at approximately 20 lumens


the NiteRider HID Firestorm produces 500 Lumens its bulb equals that of a 40watt incandesent bulb ,but with a much brighter white color


This depends on the type of bulb and it's efficiency. Incandescent bulbs produce 700-900 lumens at 60 watts.


around 21,000 average 100 watt bulb is around 1400 lumens. That's 14 lumens per watt. 14X1,500 = 21,000


A 1,000 watt is 15,000 lumens. A 100 watt bulb is 1,500 lumens.


Normally the watts is a measure of how many watts of electicity a bulb uses, so a 60 watt bulb uses 60 watts. The brightness is measured in lumens, so a 60-watt incandescent blub might produce 600 lumens while a high-efficiency fluorescent blub might produce 3000 lumens.


Incandescent: 2000 lumens Halogen: 2600 lumens CFL (low-energy bulbs): 10,000 lumens LED: 10,000-20,000 lumens depending on whether you believe manufacturers' claims.


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A little bit less than a 25 watt incandescent bulb - the the table below:Bulb brightnessA 100 watt Bulb is rated at approximately 1700 lumensA 60 watt incandescent bulb is rated at approximately 800 lumensA 40 watt bulb is rated at approximately 400 lumensA 25 watt bulb is rated at approximately 180 lumensA 4 watt night light bulb is rated at approximately 20 lumens


Incandescent bulbs produce less lumens per watt than flourescent or any of the hi pressure type


NO Incandescents produce 10 lumens per watt, halogens about 13 lumens per watt, fluorescents and LEDs 40-50 lumens per watt. Lumens measure the brightness, watts measure the speed at which electrical energy is used.


It depends on the type of light bulb used. An incandescent that consumes 1200w will produce less lumens than a fluorescent that consumes the same 1200w. 1200 x 1w LEDs on a big board will produce more lumens than the fluorescent.


Could be 500 lumens for a incandescent lamp, or 2500 lumens for a fluorescent.


Lumens measures how bright it is, watts measures how much electric power it uses up.An old-type incandescent bulb produces about 10 lumens per watt.A halogen produce about 13 lumens per watt.A fluorescent (energy saving) bulb produces about 50 lumens per watt.LEDs produce somewhere around the same as a fluorescent.Read more: Is_a_35_lumens_bulb_as_bright_as_a_60_watts_bulb


Very quickly, less than 1/10 second. Incandescent bulbs produce only about 10 lumens per watt of power, with the halogen type producing abiut 1 lumens/watt. Low-energy bulbs and LEDs produce about 50-60 lumens per watt.


A 13 w cfl should produce about 650 lumens, while a 75 w incandescent should produce about 750 lumens, so not a big difference.


Any bulb can produce 10 J or 100 J depending on how long it is left switched on. A 100 w bulb consumes 100 joules of energy each second, while a 10 w bulb needs to run for 10 seconds to use 100 joules. An incandescent bulb produces about 10 lumens per watt, A halogen bulb produces 13 lumens per watt, Compact fluorescent bulbs and LEDs produce 50-60 lumens per watt.


The gu10 is an LED light bulb that is used on lawns, offices, gardens, supermarkets, and as street lights. It uses approximately 80% less power than a conventional light bulb of the same candlepower.


Different technologies produce different amounts of light - measured in lumens - for a given amount of electric power - measured in watts. Incandescent: 12 lumens per watt Halogen: 16 lumens per watt CFLs: 50-60 lumens per watt LEDs: 100-120 lumens per watt



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