By JDHill
#381650
The problem will be that although the object emits x-number of watts, the power is spread out over an area of several square meters -- for a more extreme example, imagine if the box were the size of a football field, instead. Assuming the desired result to be for this large box to shine as brightly as a small light bulb, the emitter wattage would need to be something on the order of a hundred-thousand watts (using the default efficacy of 12.7).
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By yamilmanzur@gmail.com
#381652
JDHill wrote:The problem will be that although the object emits x-number of watts, the power is spread out over an area of several square meters -- for a more extreme example, imagine if the box were the size of a football field, instead. Assuming the desired result to be for this large box to shine as brightly as a small light bulb, the emitter wattage would need to be something on the order of a hundred-thousand watts (using the default efficacy of 12.7).
You're right, make the adjustments and now if I see results. Thank you very much for the prompt reply!

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