# What is a 10 W LED equivalent to?

## What is a 10 W LED equivalent to?

A 60-watt incandescent light bulb can be replaced with a 10-watt LED.

## What are the dimensions of LED lights?

An LED light strip is usually 3/8 inches in width (10mm). However depending on the manufacturer or brand, widths can range from as narrow as 5/16″ (8mm) to just short of 1/2″ (12mm) sizes.

Is a 10W LED bright?

Well, the energy efficiency of these new light bulbs meant that a higher Wattage no longer meant a brighter light. A 10W LED light bulb, for example, would be much brighter than a traditional 40W light bulb.

What is 9W LED equal to?

The meaning of 9W=75W is that the LED lightbulb consumes only 9W of electric power to produce the same light output (luminous flux) as would be produced by a 75W tungsten-filament incandescent lightbulb.

### How many lumens is a 10 watt bulb?

600 lm
Lumens to watts table

Lumens Incandescent light bulb watts Fluorescent / LED watts
600 lm 40 W 10 W
900 lm 60 W 15 W
1125 lm 75 W 18.75 W
1500 lm 100 W 25 W

### How is LED light size measured?

In LED lighting, lumens measure the brightness of a light. This is different than Watts, which measure the amount of energy in a light. The term lumen means “light,” which makes sense when you understand what this measures. In other words, lumens measure the amount of light your LED light puts out.

How are LED bulbs measured?

The luminous intensity (unit: candela) of LEDs can be measured with a conventional photometric bench and the standard photometers [2] under a far field condition, at a distance far enough so that the test LED can be regarded as a point source (typically 2 m or longer).

How many lumens is a 10W LED bulb?

900 lm
Convert Lumens to Watts

LED Lumens
10W 900 lm
12W 1,125 lm
15W 1,500 lm
20W 2,250 lm

## Is a 9 watt LED bulb bright?

The ThetaLux – 9 Watt LED Light Bulb is a great product. It is bright enough to provide sufficient illumination for reading or whatever you might want to do.

## Can I use a 9 watt LED in a 60 watt lamp?

The answer is YES. You can use an LED bulb having a higher wattage equivalent than your fixture allows — provided the LED bulb consumes less wattage than the fixture.