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**nits**value by π ("pi"): 3.14159. For example, 10

**nits**times π equals 31.4159. The previous result is

**nits**converted to

**lux**. With the example numbers, 10

**nits**equals 31.4159

**lux**.

Consequently, how do you convert to Lux?

**Lux** (lx) is defined as one lumen per square meter (lm/m^{2}). 1 lx = 1 lm/mm^{2}. 1 Lumen per Square Meter: Lumen per square meter is equal to **Lux** (SI unit).

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1 Lux to Lumens Per Square Meter = 1 | 70 Lux to Lumens Per Square Meter = 70 |

**measurement**of luminance, or the intensity of visible light, where one

**nit**is equal to one candela per square meter.

**Nits**are used to describe the brightness of computer displays, such as LCD and CRT monitors.

how many nits are in a lumen?

**Lumens**. One **Nit** represents more light than 1 ANSI **lumen**. The mathematical difference between **Nits** and **Lumens** is complex. However, for the consumer comparing a TV with a video projector, one way to put it is 1 **Nit** as the approximate equivalent of 3.426 ANSI **Lumens**.

Definition of **Lux** **Lux** is a standardised unit of measurement of light **level** intensity, which is commonly referred to as "illuminance" or "illumination". A measurement of 1 **lux** is equal to the illumination of a one metre square surface that is one metre away from a single candle.