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A unit of measurement of the intensity of natural and artificial light, equivalent to one lumen per square meter, used in the conservation of light-sensitive materials. Light intensity is measured usi [..]
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Lumens per square meter. A metric measure of illuminance equal to 0.0929 footcandles (1 footcandle = 10.764 lux).
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a unit of illumination
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A unit of measure of Incident Light. The video and European version of Foot Candles. Conversion Formula: fc x 10.8 = Lux.
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In digital photography, lux is the unit of measurement for light intensity. One lux is equivalent to the light level of a single candle light. The symbol for Lux is lx.
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 - The SI unit of luminance. One lux is one lumen per square meter.
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The unit of illuminance and luminous emittance measuring luminous power per area.
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a measure of illuminance in lumens per square meter. One lux equals 0.093 foot-candles.
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The International (SI) unit of measurement of the intensity of light. It is equal to the illumination of a surface one meter away from a single candle.
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 Unit of measurement of the intensity of light. 10 lux = 1 FC.
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Lumens per Square Meter; unit of illumination amount.
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The international unit for illumination measured in lumens per square meter. In the USA, illumination is measured in foot-candles instead. The relationship between the lux and the foot-candle is 1 fc = 10.76 lux or one lux = 0.093 foot-candles.
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Light intensity, measuring the amount of light output in a given area. One lux is equal to one lumen per square meter.
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One lumen per square meter. Unit of illuminance.
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is a measure of light in terms of candle power (measured in foot candles). Lux is often given as a technical specification for cameras to describe the lowest level of light required for the camera to [..]
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Unit of illuminance
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A metric measure of illuminance, or the apparent intensity of light hitting or passing through a surface.
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A standard unit of illumination measurement.
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Used more often than lumens when discussing security cameras, a lux is a unit of illumination. It measures the amount of uniform light that falls on one square meter (expressed in one lumen per square meter).  Security camera specs use the lux to indicate how much light they require to operate, with lower lux levels indicating a camera as more [..]
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A measure of visible light intensity taken at the surface that the light source is illuminating. (1 lux = 1 lumen/square meter)
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Lux is a measure of the amount of illumination in a given area. One Lux is equal to one lumen per square meter. Lux is short for luminous flux. For reference, direct sunlight can produce as much as 13 [..]
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A unit measuring the intensity of light. The light of a full moon is about 0.1 lux, while bright sunlight is about 100,000 lux. Basically, the lower the rating the better the camera performs at night. 1.0 lux in video means light level of a candle light. l Lux approximately equals to 10 foot-candles (1 Lux = 10.764 fc). International [..]
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International System (Sl) unit of illumination in which the meter is the unit of length. One lux equals one lumen per square meter. A camera`s light gathering ability. The lower the number, the better the image in low light conditions. A sunny day would be about 100,000 lux a full moon at night would be about 0.1 lux street lighting would be about [..]
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Unit of light illuminance used as a measure of low-light recording capacity in security cameras. Cameras with a Lux rating of 0.2 Lux or less are considered low-light cameras.
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A standard unit of illumination measurement.
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Lux refers to a standard unit of measure for illumination. In relation to network cameras, lux is the measure of low-light sensitivity provided by the camera.
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A unit used to measure light.
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A standard unit of illumination measurement
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A measurement of the light intensity. One Lux in video means light level of a candle light. l Lux approximately equals to 10 footcandles (1 Lux = 10.764 fc).
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Unit of measure of light sensitivity for a camera. Sensitive cameras can operate with low levels of lux.
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Unit of measure of luminous flux incident per unit area. One lux (lx) equals one lumen per square meter.
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Refers to the amount of light required for a camera to capture a good image. Infrared cameras have very low lux.
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Lux (lx) is the International System of Units (SI) derived unit that describes the measurement of illuminance, the total luminous incident on a surface as described in photometry. Lux means lumens per [..]
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The amount of visual light measured in metric units at the surface that the light is luminating. One lux equals one lumen per square meter. One foot-candle equals 10.764 lux.
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A measure of lighting levels
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Lux (symbol: lx) is a measure of the light arriving on a surface. Lux is the international unit of illuminance and luminous emittance, and measures luminous flux per unit area. Illuminance is a measure of how much luminous flux is spread over a given area.
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The International Standard (SI) unit of measure for luminous flux density at a surface. One Lux equals one lumen per square meter. The following links allow you to move to the words beginning with tha [..]
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A measure of illuminance in lumens per square meter. One lux equals 0.093 footcandle.
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The three-character ISO 3166 country code for LUXEMBOURG.
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unit of illumination, 1889, from Latin lux "light" (see light (n.)).
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A standard unit of illuminance. One lux is equal to one lumen per square meter.
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The lux symbol is lx and is a standard unit of luminance. It is used in photometry as a measure of the perceived intensity of light. 1lx is approximately equal to 0.0929fc.
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a unit of illumination equal to 1 lumen per square meter. This is actually measurement of light from a distance.
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Lux refers to a standard unit of measure for illumination. In relation to network cameras, lux is the measure of low-light sensitivity provided by the camera.
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Unit of light illuminance used as a measure of low-light recording capacity in security cameras. Cameras with a Lux rating of 0.2 Lux or less would be considered low-light cameras. It is not possible [..]
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