How many lumens do you own?

jonwkng

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Hmm... I'll probably be a while to add all these up. Erm, probably not. :p

Let's see... Here are some that Justin (jmpaul) has run the numbers for in his home-made sphere. Picked a few of my favourites. :)

1. Tk75vn77
21530 Lumens @ turn on
19573 Lumens @ 30 sec

2. X60MVn
8390 Lumens @ turn on
7881 Lumens @ 30 sec

3. X10vn 12x XPL Mule
4045 Lumens @ turn on
3079 Lumens @ 30 sec

4. Deft-X :)
476 Lumens @ turn on
448 Lumens @ 30 sec

5.
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more_vampires

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9! 9 lumens! Ah! Ah! Ah!

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Chinalumen jokies. :) They say 9 lumens, it's actually point 8. :)

Trivia: The Count was the only character on Sesame Street who had a college degree.

in accounting!

Ah! Ah! Ah!
 
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electromage

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I've never thought about this before. I have a detailed inventory, so now I'm going through my spreadsheet and looking them up :) Some are hard to find, it's a rather new thing for manufacturers to test and advertise. I've also done quite a few mods. I'll report back with my findings.

Edit:

So it looks like I've got 42,518.2 lm total, 412.8 lm average per light.
 
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magellan

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Creative idea for a thread! I noticed it a while back but only just got around to figuring it out.

If I figure my average light has around 200 lumens (and many have a lot more), and then adding in the 10 or so lights that have 3000 to 20,000 lumens, it would be around 150,000 to 200,000 lumens.
 
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bykfixer

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Let's see where things stand since 2015 now that shower head pop can lights can equal 10's of thousands and the 1000 lumen barrier has been smashed.
I never went for max lumens so if I even counted it would not be more than 20k or so.
 

Olumin

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Like 10k or so. I dont have any super bright lights. Havnt seen a lot thats much over 1k thats interesting, mostly just ANSI 30 sec. stepdown numbers. Now a 5k single-LED searchlight with handle and cooling on 4x regular 21700s with constant regulated output over 1hour + no-nonsense interface is something id like.
 

frippe75

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Currently have 4x Cree 3590 in the top bin so thats about 15000*4.
Then a few China ones. Maybe 3000 each x 10
And just in .... OSRAM square EC 430 lumen each 100 pieces.

133.000 lumens... But not in the form of flashlights.... Still counts?
 

richbuff

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Whatever the sum of MS18 + R90TS + two X65 + two GT94 + two HK90 + two MS03 + MS06 + X45 + X50 + M43 + D18 + two NSX53 + FW21Pro + three EC03 + MT07 + KR190 + FT02S + MF05 + MT90Plus + FW3 W2.1 + FW4 W2.1 + E4K + TM9K + TM06 50 + K75 + K70 + MMU-X3 + MMU-X3 50 + TK75 70 + P60 quad XPL + TN42 + MK34 + SX25L3C + MM15 + MM15 MB + MX25L4C + S2Baton + TN36UT +EC50 +D4V2 W2 is.
 
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