|Aug20-12, 06:36 AM||#1|
Lumens and photon flux density
Is there a simple way of calculating photon flux density from the lumens produced by a fluorescent tube?
|Aug20-12, 08:00 AM||#2|
Not exactly. You need to know the spectrum (spectral power distribution, or SPD) of the fluorescent light, and the radiation pattern. The SPD should be available, and you could estimate the radiation pattern.
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