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ANSI Lumen

The American National Standards Institution Lumen has been adopted world-wide. It is a standard measure of brightness in display systems. Lumens define luminous flux, a physics term for energy within the range of frequencies of visible light. For example, a wax candle generates 13 ANSI lumens; a 100 watt bulb generates 1,200 ANSI lumens.

A small room typically requires from 200 to 300 ANSI lumens, whereas a large room may require from 400 to 600. A large auditorium may need 2000 or more.

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Samsung Electronics today announced the launch and availability of the world?s first RGB LED data projector with 1,000 ANSI lumens. With no lamp to replace, the SP-F10M has an LED light source that promises a lifespan of 50,000 hours using ...

(Press Release) LightWork Design, supplier of rendering solutions for developers of advanced 3D computer graphics software, is pleased to announce that the new version of RenderWorks 12 from Nemetschek NA, includes a number of advanced Ligh...

(Press Release) Fakespace Systems Inc. has announced that it has delivered the latest generation FLEX(TM) visualization system to Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the New Library of Alexandria in Egypt.

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