70w. Sodium vapor light to foot-candle equivalent please.

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70w. Sodium vapor light to foot-candle equivalent please.

Postby 69flh10xx » Sun Feb 05, 2006 11:24 am

:( Would someone please tell me what the coversion for a 70w. Sodium vapor light to foot-candle equivalent is please. I have a neighbor complaining of a light I just put up. I reinstalled it after being down for a couple of years. She never said a word back then but has complained about it now. I want to find out if it is within the limint of my local city code or if I need to drop down in wattage of the bulb. I have a security issue for my home and driveway area. I really would like to be able to keep the 70w. bulb in place. Any help will be greatly! appreciated...
Thank you very much...

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