Q: How many watts is 1000 lumen's?

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Incandescent bulbs give about 10 lumens of light per watt of electric power Halogens give about 13 lumens per watt CFLs give about 50 lumens per watt So it depends on the type of bulb.

220 lumens is equal to a tungsten incandescent light bulb of 15 watts. Halogen lamp 20 watts. Fluorescent lamp 60 watts. LED lamp 60 watts. high pressure sodium vapour lamp 117 watts. Mercury vapour lamp 50 watts or 17.32 candle power

One lumen makes up 1 ANSI lumen as they both measure the same output of light. ANSI lumens are used exclusively for measuring the output of projectors.

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.

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

Watts are a unit of power. So 40 watts of power to an LED are the same as 40 watts of power to a fluorescent. Sometimes LEDs are rated in equivalent watts which is an attempt to relate watts to brightness or lumens. You need to compare lumens and the "temperature" of the bulbs in Kelvin to get the comparison I think you are looking for.

Watts and lumens

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it depends, lumens measures light and watts measure power. check out this article; http://wiki.renderplus.com/?title=Lumens_vs_Watts

1000. K = kilo = 1000 W = watts

If you have the wattage of the laser you can plug it into a formula X/P=L. Where One lumen is equal to 0.001496 watts (1.496mW) which is Power. X is the number of watts or milliwatt and L is Lumens. So if you have a 1 watt laser you have 668.449 lumens being produced by it.

! kw = 1000 watts 7800 kw = 7800 x 1000 watts = 7800 000 watts