# How many lumens is a CFL?

## How many lumens is a CFL?

900 lumens

At the same time, compact fluorescent lumens fall into the same range as their incandescent equivalents, between about 490 to 2,600 lumens. A 13 watt CFL bulb provides approximately 900 lumens.

## How many lumens is a 15 watt CFL?

Product Attributes

Wattage | 15 Watt |
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Incandescent Equal | 60 Watt |

Lumens | 800 |

Voltage | 120 |

Base Type | Medium (E26) |

**How many watts is a 23 watt CFL?**

Technical Details

Brand | GE |
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Type of Bulb | CFL |

Wattage | 100 watts |

Wattage | 23 Watts |

Color Temperature | 2700 Kelvin |

**How many Watts Does a CFL light bulb have?**

CFL light bulbs vs LED CFL Light Bulb Wattage LED Equivalent Wattage 22 Watt 12 Watt 15 Watt 9 Watt 9 Watt 5.5 Watt 5 Watt 2 Watt

### Which is more energy efficient LED or CFL?

LED bulbs require much less wattage than CFL or Incandescent light bulbs, which is why LEDs are more energy-efficient and longer lasting than their competitors.

### How many lumens does a 40 watt incandescent bulb produce?

A 40 watt incandescent filament bulb produces roughly 460 lumens. An equivalent compact fluorescents (CFL) bulb in light output (lumens) should consume only around 7 watts and LEDs approximately 6 watts. Data sources: American Association of Physics Teachers 1996 and Energy Star 2016 What else can affect brightness perception?

**How many lumens does a LED bulb use?**

Some of the most energy to light efficient LED bulbs are now reaching over 120 lumens in Energy Star tests. A 40 watt incandescent filament bulb produces roughly 460 lumens. An equivalent compact fluorescents (CFL) bulb in light output (lumens) should consume only around 7 watts and LEDs approximately 6 watts.