# Can you use a lux meter on LED lights?

## Can you use a lux meter on LED lights?

Lux meters can detect and measure all white light, especially from the sun or incandescent bulb. Lux meters are unable to accurately pick up LED light as LED lights have a higher blue light wavelength. Additionally, lux meters will not be able to tell the luminosity of blue, red or purple LED lights.

## How much Lux do I need in the morning?

The answer here is clear cut: 10,000 lux for 30 minutes is the standard prescription for post-awakening light therapy. This is typically for treating seasonal depression shortly after waking up in the morning.

## How do you convert lumens to footcandles?

One foot-candle equals 10.76 lumens (a lumen is considered the same as lux, which is what most modern light meters calculate their measurements in), so in order to convert your foot-candles to lumens, you will need to take the amount of foot-candles measured and multiply by 10.76 to get the number of lumens.

## How do I increase my lux level?

Lighting larger areas to the same necessary lux levels will requires a larger measured level of lumens – this is usually achieved by increasing the number of light fixtures (and hence the power consumed).

## How much lux do plants need?

High-light or full-sun plants need at least 60,000 lux. Medium-light or partial sun plants need at least 35,000 lux. Low light or partial shade plants need at least 15,000 lux. Very low-light plants or heavy shade plants need around 1000 to 5000 lux or less.

## What does Lux stand for in LED lighting?

Banner Engineering offers a number of high-quality, energy-efficient LED lighting products that can be used to solve a diverse range of industrial applications. Lux: The amount of light that is cast on a surface is called illuminance, which is measured in lux.

## How is one lux equal to one lumen?

One lux is equal to one lumen per square meter (lux = lumens/m 2 ). Essentially, as light travels from the emitter, it will disperse throughout an area. The further the light has to travel the more it will be dispersed. Therefore, the amount of lux in an area or on a surface can vary depending upon the distance…

## Why does the amount of Lux in an area vary?

Therefore, the amount of lux in an area or on a surface can vary depending upon the distance the light travels and the angle at which it is dispersed.