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What is the meaning of projector brightness?

  • 2022-04-08

A little knowledge of projectors every day, today we will talk about what the brightness of a projector means, and what is the difference between the common ANSI lumens and light source lumens? Let's move on.


What is the meaning of projector brightness

Brightness is the light emitted by the projector, which will make the image imaged by the projector have a brighter degree. The higher the brightness, the clearer the projected image, and vice versa. If the brightness is too low, the picture will not be clear, which is harmful to our eyes; if the brightness is too high, we will have a good experience during the day, but in the dark environment at night, too high brightness will also stimulate our eyes. Therefore, it is necessary to choose the appropriate brightness according to the specific conditions of the home environment.


What is the difference between ANSI lumens and light source lumens


There are two common units of brightness: ANSI lumens and light source lumens.


ANSI lumens refers to the brightness of the projector screen, that is, the brightness of the screen displayed after the projector is projected on the wall. During the projection process, the light emitted by the projector will have a weakening process, so the ANSI standard nine-point method will be used to test the final brightness of the picture we see. Using ANSI lumens to represent brightness is generally recognized internationally. of.


The light source lumens refers to the brightness of the light source used by the projector. After this brightness is projected on the wall for imaging, the actual brightness of the picture will be much lower. Therefore, the brightness value in lumens is generally very high, but it needs to be converted into ANSI lumens to be the brightness of the picture we can actually see. 1000ANSI lumens is about 3500 lumens. It is best to use ANSI lumens as the reference unit of brightness when buying a projector.



The above is all about the meaning of projector brightness and the difference between ANSI lumens and light source lumens. I hope it will help you.

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