How many lights are needed in a room calculator?

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How do you calculate how many lights are needed?

To calculate the lighting lumens (formerly wattage) needed in any room: Multiply width of room x length of room x 1.5 = amount of total minimum wattage needed (assuming an eight foot ceiling). Divide by 60 to get the number of 60-watt equivalent bulbs required.

How many can lights in a 20×20 room?

If you have a center light fixture, you should be able to use 4 inch line voltage cans or low voltage for supplemental lighting. I would go with at least 8 three inch cans for a 20 foot room.

How do you calculate lighting in a room?

Multiply the width by the length for each room or room segment, if applicable. Multiply the result by 1.5 to determine the estimated watts to sufficiently light a room. For example, for a room 10 feet wide by 12 feet long, multiply 10 times 12 to get 120, then multiply by 1.5 to get 180 watts.

HOW LONG CAN LED strip lights stay on?

LEDs have an unbelievably long expected life-span, compared to both incandescent and fluorescent lights. With an average life-expectancy of some 50,000 hours, LED strip lights will still be burning bright in 17 years’ time, long after their traditional counterparts will have expired.

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