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PS15_2005 - XV.5 How much power is produced by a light...

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OPTI 201R, Fall 2005 Problem Set XV Due December 7, 2005 11/30/05 1 of 2 XV.1 An object has a source luminance of 10 lumen/M 2 -Sr and is 200cm from a lens (100 mm, F/1) with a 50 mm astop 10mm behind the lens. The field of view is 3˚. a) Calculate the lumens collected by the optical system. b) If the light was a 555 nm, what is the number of photons collected by the system? XV.2 For a 100 mm, entrance pupil and 10 ° FFOV, what is the number of lumens collected for a 25 lumen M 2 -Sr source filling the field of view? XV.3 For a 100 mm, entrance pupil and 10 ° FFOV, what is the number of lumens collected for a 25 lumen M 2 -Sr source filling the field of view? XV.4 The total power emitted by the sun is estimated to be 3.9 X 10 26 watts. a) What is the lumens incident per square meter just outside the earth’s atmosphere, assuming a distance of 150 million km? b) How much energy does a 40-W light bulb consume in 15 minutes?
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Unformatted text preview: XV.5 How much power is produced by a light source that emits 83 lumens/sr into all space? XV.6 A light bulb rated at 25 W has a luminous intensity of 151.2 lumens/sr. Determine the output of the bulb (in lumens). XV.7 A light bulb is suspended 4m above the floor. To what distance should it be lowered in order to increase the illuminance to 1.77 of its initial value? XV.8 If a book is held 3 m from a high-intensity lamp and then is moved to 60 cm from the lamp, by how much has the illuminance increased? XV.9 A 45 lumens/sr intensity lamp is located 1.2 m away from a screen on which it produces the same illuminance as another lamp 40 cm away. What is the intensity of the other lamp? XV.10 A 50 lumen/sr-M 2 source of radius equal to 10 cm, is 3 m away from an optical system that has an entrance pupil of 3 cm diameter. How many lumens are collected by the optical system?...
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