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 Post subject: Question on lux?
PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 7:24 am 
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I hope this is in the right section but I was looking at a light that was 30,000 lux and found another one with 50,000 lux but before I spend the money I was curious as to how bright that is. I know about lumens and candles but not lux any help would be great thanks

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tootle343 wrote:
I hope this is in the right section but I was looking at a light that was 30,000 lux and found another one with 50,000 lux but before I spend the money I was curious as to how bright that is. I know about lumens and candles but not lux any help would be great thanks

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Lux is not about brightness............It is about the distance projecting the light. Lux readings are strongly affected by the reflector and lens design.

Give more specs on both lights. Post the product detail comparisons of the two lights.

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Thank you, I read a bunch more on it and I think I'm just going to bit me a sunspot light they seem very bright

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