Lumenaar LED Lights are over 60% brighter than competing LED products of the same wattage.

Sounds unbelievable? Our unique patented Spectral CBET (Color & Brightness Enhancement Technology) allows us to overcome the tradeoff between spectral color fidelity and brightness that other LED systems are faced with.

At one meter distance, the 100 watt Evoq generates over 3,600 lux of light. In broadcast studios, motion picture shoots and photo studios, you need a lot of light. The more light (lumens) a single unit can generate, using the least power, the better.

Of course, it’s easy to get more light if you consume more power. The trick is to generate lots of high quality light using as little power as possible. That’s where Lumenaar comes in.

Let’s think about that for a moment. Tungsten halogen production lights generate about 10 lumens per watt. (Ok, the halogen bulb generates about 15 lumens per watt, but because half the light is pointing backwards, you end up with about 10 lumens per watt after you reflect it forwards).

By contrast, Lumenaar LED production lights generate 100 lumens per watt. So for every watt of electrical power you spend, you get 1000% more light than tungsten.

In other words, a 100 watt tungsten halogen light would give you only 1,000 lumens of usable light.
Our Lumenaar 100 watt Evoq gives you 10,000 lumens.

That’s 10 times more light. 10 times less heat. 10 times less power consumption.

(By comparison, our worthy LED competitors generate only between 4,200 to 5,500 lumens of studio quality light at 100 watts.)

Lumenaar (100 Lumens/watt)
Other LED (55 Lumens/watt)
Tungsten (10 Lumens/watt)

And let’s not forget our 200 watt Evoq. It generates over 20,000 lumens, making it the brightest LED softlight in the industry.

Learn more about the unique advantages of Lumenaar LED production lights…

Relative brightness of Lumenaar lights compared to other LED production lights and tungsten halogen production lights, at the same power consumption.

What are lumens?
Lumens is a measure of brightness, and watts refer to power consumption.

The higher the lumens per watt, the more efficiently the light is generated; less power is consumed and less heat is produced. Another term for lumens / watt is “efficacy”