Conversion tables

Convert from watts to Lumen

Find the right matching LEDs easily using these conversion tables:

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Switch to energy-efficient lighting

Replacing traditional light sources with LED is a good investment for both
energy consumption and the environment. Energy consumption can be reduced by up to 80%, depending on previous lighting. LED light sources have a significantly longer lifespan than traditional light sources, which means fewer replacements. They are completely flicker-free and give full light immediately, in addition they are free of mercury and other environmentally hazardous gases.

Phasing out inefficient light sources

In accordance with the EU directive, light bulbs, halogen and low-energy lamps have been phased out or will be gradually phased out and replaced with energy-efficient light sources in the form of LED light sources. Remaining halogen and low energy lamps are phased out step by step.

 

  1 Sep.
2018
1 Sep.
2021
1 Sep.
2023
Halogen lamps 230 V (not R7s and G9) Phased out Phased out Phased out
Halogen lamps G9 (230 V) Allowed Phased out Phased out
Low voltage halogen lamps G4 and GY6.35 Allowed Allowed Phased out
Other low voltage halogen lamps Allowed Phased out Phased out
Halogen lamps R7s (230 V), ≤ 2700 lm Allowed Allowed Allowed
Halogen lamps R7s (230 V), ≥ 2700 lm Allowed Phased out Phased out
Low energy lamps (CFLi) Allowed Phased out Phased out
Fluorescent lamps T8 (2,4 and 5 fot) Allowed Allowed Phased out

Fluorescent lamps T2

Allowed Phased out Phased out
Fluorescent lamps T12 Phased out Phased out Phased out

 

For more details, see European Commission

 

Phase out of mercury lightsources starting February 2023

An updated regulation of the RoHS directive means that all light sources that contain mercury will be phased out starting in February 2023. Affected light sources are compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), T5  and T8 fluorescent tubes, and in 2027, metal halide and high pressure sodium lamps. See more details about this via the link below.