¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Lumens

**1.** lumen [n] - See also: lumen

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Lumens

### Literary usage of Lumens

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *Lectures: On Illuminating Engineering Delivered at the Johns Hopkins* by Johns Hopkins University, Illuminating Engineering Society (1911)

"This gives a total of 1480 **lumens** which would require a luminous source of 235
mean spherical candle-power. It will be interesting to note in the above ..."**2.** *Lectures: On Illuminating Engineering Delivered at the Johns Hopkins* by Johns Hopkins University, Illuminating Engineering Society (1911)

"This gives a total of 1480 **lumens** which would require a luminous source of 235
mean spherical candle-power. It will be interesting to note in the above ..."**3.** *Light, Photometry and Illumination: A Thoroughly Rev. Ed. of "Electrical* by William Edward Barrows (1912)

"Ft, the total **lumens** radiated by each lamp. S, the area of the surface illuminated.
3. The Effective **lumens** per Watt or per Cubic Foot of Gas per Hour. ..."**4.** *American Electricians' Handbook: A Reference Book for Practical Electrical* by Terrell Croft (1921)

"The method of computing from its distribution graph the total flux, in **lumens**,
emitted by a light source is this: From the distribution graph of any light ..."**5.** *Theoretical and Practical Electrical Engineering: Comprising a Course of* by Louis Denton Bliss (1922)

"Lamps are now quite frequently rated in **lumens** instead of candle power. Roughly,
the **lumens** are equal to ten times the- candle power. Accurately the **lumens** ..."