How bright should work lights be?
Recommended light levels in offices is 300 – 500 lumens. In spaces where there are no other sources of bright light, lighting at around 300 lumens is best. When the environment is already bright or there are large contrasts in lighting, brighter lights (400-500 lumens) are more appropriate.
How many lumens do I need per square foot?
As a handy rule of thumb, a sitting room or bedroom will generally require around 10-20 lumens per square foot, while a bathroom or kitchen will need a stronger level of lighting, at around 70-80 lumens per square foot. To work out the lumens you need, simply multiply the square footage of the room by this figure.
What should I look for in an LED work light?
Waterproof, Dustproof & Impact Resistant (IP and IK Ratings)
When choosing a LED work light consider the environment in which it will be used. Dust and water are the two elements that typically cause damage to electrical equipment. For a harsh environment look for LED work lights with IP and IK ratings.
How do I know how many lumens I need?
Determine the Needed Lumens A lumen is a unit measurement of light. To determine the needed lumens, you will need to multiply your room square footage by your room foot-candle requirement. For example, a 100 square foot living room, which needs 10-20 foot-candles, will need 1,000-2,000 lumens.
How Far Will 6000 lumens shine?
Super Bright Heavy Duty Hand Held flashlight – the super ultra brightest 6000 lumen (maximum) CREE 2 LED bulb produces a bright focused beam with a lighting distance range of more than 2600 ft / 800 m.
How strong is 500 lumens?
You might be surprised at how bright just 500 lumens can be. If you reffering to a flashlight then I would say that 100-500 lumens is enough. In terms of home lighting, 500 lumens is a typical great quality screw in lamp and will be perfect for your home lighting in a lot og situations without being too bright.