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500-Watt Halogen Portable Work Light

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The Workforce 500-Watt Halogen Portable Work Light has a comfort-grip handle for transport and a wide base for stability. The head is adjustable to direct light where needed, and an outlet receptacle is included for power tools.

  • Great for automotive repair work
  • Comfort-grip carrying handle for easy transport
  • Accepts up to 500-watt halogen bulbs
  • Short 5 ft. cord for easy storage
  • Wide base for stability
  • Adjustable head aims light where needed
  • Built-in outlet for power tools
  • 500-watt bulb included
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how many lumins?

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This 500 watt halogen is probably around 7500 Lumens.
As a *BALLPARK*, rule-of-thumb, you can expect about 15 lumens per watt of incandescent bulb rating.
Just realize, that Lumens is the measure of what called 'luminous flux', which you can think of as 'brightness'. Now, without getting too technical, the reason it's called 'luminous', and the direct advantage that LED's have over incandescent bulbs,
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This 500 watt halogen is probably around 7500 Lumens.
As a *BALLPARK*, rule-of-thumb, you can expect about 15 lumens per watt of incandescent bulb rating.
Just realize, that Lumens is the measure of what called 'luminous flux', which you can think of as 'brightness'. Now, without getting too technical, the reason it's called 'luminous', and the direct advantage that LED's have over incandescent bulbs, is that the LED's are converting their power into 'visible' light, whereas incandescent bulbs convert their power consumption into broad spectrum of radiation, including infrared. and believe it or not, the only reason incandescent bulbs give off light is because of their high temperature ( has to do with what is called 'blackbody radiation ), and *MOST* of the energy is heat. LED's put out about 100 Lm/watt, with some less efficient, and some are more efficient, and I believe 200Lm/watt is the highest tested. There is also another factor, which is how much of the light is 'greenish', bc our eyes are most sensitive to green light.
Bottom line:
1) Incandescents are rated by watts, which power consumption,
2) LED's are rated by Lumens is is visible light output, (you can possible see their power consumption by reading the label)
A rough rule of thumb for comparison is about 15 lumens/watt for incandescents.
( a 100 watt light bulb is *about * 1500 Lumens.)
Soooooooo....
This 500 watt halogen is probably around 7500 Lumens.
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HOW MANY LUMENS IS THIS

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This 500 watt halogen is probably around 7500 Lumens.
As a *BALLPARK*, rule-of-thumb, you can expect about 15 lumens per watt of incandescent bulb rating.
Just realize, that Lumens is the measure of what called 'luminous flux', which you can think of as 'brightness'. Now, without getting too technical, the reason it's called 'luminous', and the direct advantage that LED's have over incandescent bulbs,
Read More
This 500 watt halogen is probably around 7500 Lumens.
As a *BALLPARK*, rule-of-thumb, you can expect about 15 lumens per watt of incandescent bulb rating.
Just realize, that Lumens is the measure of what called 'luminous flux', which you can think of as 'brightness'. Now, without getting too technical, the reason it's called 'luminous', and the direct advantage that LED's have over incandescent bulbs, is that the LED's are converting their power into 'visible' light, whereas incandescent bulbs convert their power consumption into broad spectrum of radiation, including infrared. and believe it or not, the only reason incandescent bulbs give off light is because of their high temperature ( has to do with what is called 'blackbody radiation ), and *MOST* of the energy is heat. LED's put out about 100 Lm/watt, with some less efficient, and some are more efficient, and I believe 200Lm/watt is the highest tested. There is also another factor, which is how much of the light is 'greenish', bc our eyes are most sensitive to green light.
Bottom line:
1) Incandescents are rated by watts, which power consumption,
2) LED's are rated by Lumens is is visible light output, (you can possible see their power consumption by reading the label)
A rough rule of thumb for comparison is about 15 lumens/watt for incandescents.
( a 100 watt light bulb is *about * 1500 Lumens.)
Soooooooo....
This 500 watt halogen is probably around 7500 Lumens.
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by THIS LIGHT HAS BEEN THROUGH A LOT AND IS STILL SHINING BRIGHT!!! I have used this work force 500 watt halogen portable work light for several years being used for lighting work areas, lighting for vidios, for me to see outdoors, etc. I LOVE THIS LIGHT! All the bad reviews are either the company has been getting worse or I bought mine before planned obsolescence ( when objects have their lives shortened to produce more cosumer demand, letting the companies earn more cash) for ex. Incandescent lightbulbs used to last 2000 hours but now only last 1000 hours. Other ways are that the company will discontinue parts so you have to buy the whole unit again. Just like the lens. They dont sell it separetly unless you find a shop on the internet that is not the original company. By the way, out of 5 YEARS I've only replaced the lightbulb 3X. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS JUST BE CAREFUL. REMEMBER, ON ALL PRODUCTS, PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE!!! November 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Glass Screen Broke 1st Time Used I used this work light for the first time under my sink to fix a plumbing issue. I had drained the water into an oil pan. The water had drained out and I was in the middle of my repair and the glass screen shatters. The only explanation is a drop of water got on the screen, but the light was about 1.5 feet away from the drip pan. The store doesn't sell just the screen and looking at another comment, the screen is going to cost just as much as the light. I would not recommend this product. Pay a little extra for a better light. You will save money in the long run. February 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by POOR QUALITY LAMP Piece of Junk, Have purchased 3 no longing working within a weeks time of 2 hour usage! I WOULD NOT recommend waste of time and money! September 29, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by missing a piece I just received this and It was missing one of the rubber feet. No big deal but annoying none the less. It puts out great light though and doesn't get to hot to the point that I'm scared so overall it's pretty good for the price. November 25, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Inexpensive but works well This light works very well and was easy to assemble. December 10, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Glass breakage can occur This lamp works well except that the glass on the front is secured with a metal washer and screw. if this lamp is not handled very carefully the glass will shatter. The glass is around $12.00 plus shipping to replace. February 20, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Glass Broke Within 5 minutes Absolute garbage. Bought this light to finish a painting job overnight and the glass broke almost immediately after plugging it in. Spend your money elsewhere. October 27, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by rubbish i bought two of these and the bulb on the first one died within an hour. the power cord is also way too short at about 6". looked nice but is garbage. spend your money elsewhere. December 10, 2012
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