Something must be wrong with my math. I divided 126,166 lux by 12,000 lumens (Phissions numbers, I think) and got 10.51383333 lux per lumen, then multiplied that by 20,000 lumens (which is the initial output of my light) and it says I have 210,276.6667 lux.
? Surely something is wrong with my math? I'm using a 250 watt MH. It can't be initially more than twice as bright than the mid day sun, surely. That seems ridiculous. Must be a math.
I wonder, if my initial lumen count is 20K, how many I'm using now after.... let's say 8 months because my memory is squat.
Here's the conversion bulb I use if it matters.