
#1
Apr207, 06:18 AM

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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
I am looking for a conversion factor that will ultimately get me from units of lux (illumination) which is a weighted scale of light intensity, to watts per square meter, which is not weighted. 2. Relevant equations None availiable 3. The attempt at a solution I am informed that the conversion is different for each wavelength of light, so there may be a conversion table with a list of wavelengths? 



#2
Oct107, 11:37 AM

P: 12

Have you read what the IESNA has to say about this topic?



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