# How many lumens is a 50w halogen bulb?

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## Can I replace 50w halogen with LED?

This is simple: a traditional 50w halogen has a beam angle of 38 degrees, so you just need to find an LED spotlight that matches this. However, you can get LED’s with a much wider beam angle, up to 135 degrees.

## How many lumens does a 50 watt LED put out?

We can also calculate that a 50 Watt halogen spotlight produces about 600 lumens. An LED light would need to be about 6 watt in power to produce the equivalent 600 lumens produced by a 50 watt halogen.

## How many lumens does a 55w halogen bulb produce?

Halogen lamps are the old standard

Most cars come with halogen lamps which tend to run at approximately 55 watts and emit between 900-1,000 lumens of light.

## What is 50w halogen LED equivalent?

LED equivalents to halogen light bulbs

Halogen Light Bulb Wattage LED Equivalent Wattage
75 Watt 11 Watt
60 Watt 8 Watt
50 Watt 6 Watt
30 Watt 4 Watt

## Why are halogen bulbs banned?

Why are halogen bulbs being banned? The ban on halogen light bulbs comes as part of a series of measures to address climate change. It is expected that the switch to LED bulbs will cut 1.26 million tonnes of CO2, which is the equivalent of removing more than half a million cars.

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## Which halogen bulbs are being phased out?

The new regulations would phase out most remaining halogen lamps from September 2021 and the traditional fluorescent tube lighting, which are common in offices, from September 2023 onwards. HL R7 halogens will remain available on the market, and some fluorescents such as T5s.

## How strong is 50 lumens?

So with 50 lumens you could light an area about the size of a sheet of paper with the same light level of a cloudy day. Or something the size of a desk at the light level at dusk. Or light a 4×4 meter room so its visible enough to move around in.

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