The power of light bulbs is measured in
The electricity used by a Lightbuldb is measured in "Watts", the output of the Light (i.e. the Light) is measured in "Candela".
It was measured in 1887.
The amount of power they consume is measured in watts. The amount of light they put out is measured in lumens.
Light bulb power consumption is measured in watts.
Stars are not measured in light years. The distance between them is.
In light speed.
Light is measured with a photometer the units for measuring light is lumens.Wattage is not the measure of brightness but the measure of the amount of power it uses in your home.
They are measured in light years. Galaxies are often 100,000 light years across or more.
Yes. Unlike Earth years, a light year is measured in distance not time.
Outer space is measured in light years
it is measured in watts for lights and decimals for sound
Light travels in the form of discrete paritcles called photons. These are measured by a unit called quantum.
Light bulb are measured in Candela (Cd) for its luminous intensity and Watt for its power consumed.
Light is not measured in watts
Stars are measured in units called light-years
the unit which are measured for power of lights are watts....
The brightness of light is measured with a photometer.