What Is Light Intensity?

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Light intensity refers to the luminous power of a light source and it is usually measured in candelas. This is the strength of light as transmitted from a source of light. Some of the more common measurements include radiant intensity and luminous intensity.
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Several measures of light are commonly known as intensity. These generally are obtained by dividing a power in watts by a solid angle, and a planar area.
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