# Your question: Is a 100 watt light bulb brighter than a 60 watt light bulb?

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## How is a 100 watt bulb different than a 60 watt bulb?

Explanation: 100 watt bulb is used for 10 hours will consume 1000 wattsr. … since 60 watt bulb consumes less power its light out put will be also less. Supply voltage being constant the more watts means more current,So you consume more energy pay for money.

## Does higher watts mean brighter light?

More Watts doesn’t always mean a brighter light bulb. … However, today’s light bulbs are so much more energy efficient, they use fewer Watts to produce the same amount of light (lumens). This is why nowadays you need to think lumens, not Watts, when buying light bulbs.

## Why 100W lamp is more powerful than 60W lamp?

As R1 is greater than R2, therefore voltage drop across 60 watt bulb is more than 100 watt bulb. Hence 60W bulb will consume more power and glow brighter. In Short, the voltage drop across 60W bulb is more than 100W because 60W bulb has higher resistance.

## Can I use 100W bulb instead of 60W?

For a 60-Watt fixture, you could use a 100W, 125W, or even 150W LED equivalent because they all consume under 60-Watts! … That means you could use a 150W LED equivalent bulb in a 60W socket and get more than three times the brightness of your old 60-Watt incandescent bulb.

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## How bright is a 100 watt light bulb?

The current 100-watt incandescent bulb is the equivalent of about 1600 lumens.

## Is 100w too bright?

A standard incandescent is usually around 2700 Kelvin, emitting the warm light you are used to. An LED of the same color temperature and Lumens will have a similar glow but will still be brighter.

Why Are My LEDs Too Bright?

Lumens Incandescent Light LED Light
1100 75 Watt 9 to 13 Watts
1600 100 Watt 16 to 20 Watts
2600 150 Watt 25 to 28 Watts