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FAQ: What is the difference between measured light and perceived light?

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In a note titled “Measured light vs. perceived light”, Lutron describes the difference as follows…

The human eye responds to low light levels by enlarging the pupil, allowing more light to enter the eye. This response results in a difference between measured and perceived light levels. A lamp that is dimmed to 10% of its maximum measured light output is perceived as being dimmed to only 32%. Likewise, a lamp dimmed to 1% is perceived to be at 10%.”

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