Lifetime up to
25,000 hour(s) l
light source equivalent to traditional bulb of
Total lumen output fixture
Illuminate with Lumens
Converting Watts to Lumens
Before we get into the different bulbs, we need to talk about lumens. It used to be when you'd go to the store to buy a light bulb, you'd choose your bulb based on watts. Most of us know — relatively, at least — the brightness of a 60-watt bulb compared to a 100-watt bulb. But watts measure how much energy a bulb uses to produce light, not how bright the light is.
That's where lumens come in! Lumens measure the brightness of a light source and provide a more accurate representation of how much light your bulb can produce. As bulbs become more energy efficient, watts become less relevant — a 10-watt LED bulb could produce some 800 lumens of light!
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has a handy guide for watt to lumen conversion.