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Lighting lumen calculation sheet

This MS Excel spreadsheet calculates the following parameters:

  • Total Lumen Output for particular Area
  • Total No of Lighting Lamps
  • Total No of Lighting Fixtures
  • Number of Fittings along with the Length and Width of Room
Software:Number of Lighting Fittings and Lumen Output
Version:22.8.2012 New
Developer:Jignesh Parmar
Size:72 Kb
Price:Free
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Number of Lighting Fittings and Lumen Output

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11 Comments


  1. Aniruddha Murgudkar
    Mar 23, 2016

    I want to make lighting design for stadium , with high mast, ICC and FIFA standard. which basic data or software, excel spread sheets will give the correct results ?


  2. Deepak Pakharia
    Sep 15, 2014

    Sir,
    Please provide me technical help related to “Lighting lumen calculation sheet” that if we taken different types of fixture & lamp, Then how can we calculate lumen output and no of fixtuer & lamp as per give dimension & desire lux level.
    Thanks.


  3. Amit
    May 14, 2014

    I need techinal help in developing some software , please share the contact details.

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  5. chuckm
    Jun 20, 2012

    Has anyone found a reliable inverse square law for lighting that works well in excel? I am trying to find one to use with Physical Security applications.
    My scenario changes with each application but in general, I have a light fixture that produces “X” Lux or FC’s. I have an object that is “X” feet away from the light source. I use the inverse square law to identify the lux rating at the target object. I now have a new “source” because I am reversing distance to go back to a CCTV camera using the reflectance of the original source off of the object at the farthest point. Working the formula back and allowing for some loss at my new source object (where it doesn’t reflect 100% of what it received) I can look at a spec sheet and know whether or not the CCTV camera: A) has enough light to stay in color or black and white B) if the light levels are too low C) what the delta is for the lighting specialist to add illumination so that the camera operates as desired.

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    Any assistance on this would be greatly appreciated… – Chuck


  6. HERBERT
    Dec 20, 2011

    CAN I GET TO KNOW HOW THE SHEET WORKS THANKS

    • Edvard
      Edvard
      Dec 20, 2011

      You should contact mr. Jignesh Parmar at electricalnotes.wordpress.com

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  8. mmoli
    Aug 11, 2011

    very easy and useful

  9. Edvard
    Edvard
    Jun 25, 2011

    There are many of them available on the internet. On EEP you can find very good lighting software CalcuLuX Area, DiaLUX, Relux and others. They all have 2D and 3D preview of project, and they are also free.

    Take a look at page with electrical software:
    http://electrical-engineering-portal.com/download-center/electrical-software

    Best regards


  10. SAM
    Jun 24, 2011

    The WorkSheet is usefull but may i know is there any other tools which can let me see the outcome in terms of 2D or 3D view ?

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