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## Where can I use 100w bulbs?

– **Kitchen Kitchen lights** should be bright because you are working with knives and other cooking materials. For dark kitchens and more opaque fixtures, try 100 watts. If you get a lot of natural light, try using a slightly dimmer 80 watt bulb.

## When would you use a 100 watt bulb?

If your socket says **not** to exceed 60-Watts, it is referring the dangers of high heat output associated with incandescent bulbs. However, LED’s do not emit dangerous levels of heat. Thus, if your fixture says “not to exceed 60-Watts” but you want to use a 100-Watt equivalent LED bulb, this would be safe to do so.

## Can I use a 100 watt light bulb?

Well, you can **safely** use a 100 watt, 125 watt, or even 150 watt LED equivalent since all of them consumes less than 60-watts. For instance, 150 watt LED equivalent emits approximately 2,600 lumens but consumes just 30 watts.

## What happens if you put a 100 watt bulb?

Putting a 100-watt bulb in a 60-watt fixture could **cause intense heat**, melting the light socket and the insulation on the fixture’s wires. Any time you have that kind of damage on wires, you’re at a big risk for arc faults, where an electrical current falls off its intended path— a leading cause of home fires.

## Is 100w brighter than 60w?

For instance, **a 100-watt light bulb is not necessarily brighter than a 40-watt light** bulb. … For example, a standard 60-watt light bulb produces around 800 lumens of light. In comparison, a CFL light bulb that also produces 800 lumens only uses 15 watts to power it.

## How many watts of light do I need for my room?

Multiply the width by the length for each room or room segment, if applicable. **Multiply the result by 1.5** to determine the estimated watts to sufficiently light a room. For example, for a room 10 feet wide by 12 feet long, multiply 10 times 12 to get 120, then multiply by 1.5 to get 180 watts.

## What is the difference between 60 watt and 100 watt light bulbs?

Explanation: 100 watt bulb is used for 10 hours will consume **1000 wattsr**. … since 60 watt bulb consumes less power its light out put will be also less. Supply voltage being constant the more watts means more current,So you consume more energy pay for money.

## Can I still buy 100 watt incandescent bulbs?

Can you still buy incandescent light bulbs? The short answer is **yes** (at least for now). Even in states where there are restrictions on general service lamps, some incandescent light bulbs are still available for purchase.

## What does it cost to run a 100 watt light bulb?

For this infographic we are using an average cost of electricity per kWh of $0.11, and since a 100-watt lightbulb uses 0.1kWhs worth of electricity per hour, weve concluded that to power that lightbulb for 8,760 hours (1 year) it would cost **$96.36**.