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formula #10847 06/20/02 07:07 AM
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George Corron Offline OP
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Guys,
GEEEEEEZ, I'm here at work and don't have the correct reference. What is the formula for converting foot-candles to lumens (lux)?

It's just not one I use very often so certainly is NOT in my head (I've shook it to see if it would rattle loose, it didn't)

I'd appreciate it if someone out there has a reference book.

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Re: formula #10848 06/20/02 07:16 AM
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1 lumen/ft^2 = 1 footcandle

A great source for all those conversions nobody can remember is:
http://www.onlineconversion.com/

[This message has been edited by NJwirenut (edited 06-20-2002).]

Re: formula #10849 06/20/02 07:37 AM
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Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you.

The link is REAL handy too!!!

Re: formula #10850 06/20/02 09:30 PM
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The above is a superb example of the power of ECN and other uses of "networking".

I've been told that "networking" can be thought of as the opposite of "bureaucracy".

Just gotta love it!

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(Thanks once again, Bill...)


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Re: formula #10851 06/22/02 06:38 AM
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yuppy!
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Re: formula #10852 06/22/02 11:40 AM
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i have a great desk top converter that has alot of stuff on it, distance time pressure candle, alot of stuff is quick and takes up no space, i cant figure out how to load on here for you guys i think you guys would love to have this on your desk top


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