Illumination MCQ Test

  1. Carbon arc lamps are commonly used in
  2. Which of the following will need highest level of illumination?
  3. Illumination of one lumen per sq. meter is called.............
  4. Which photometer depends on its operation on Lambert's cosine law?
  5. which of the following is not the standard rating of GLS lamps?
  6. Due to moonlight, illumination is nearly...............
  7. The level of illumination on surface least relies upon............
  8. One lux is the same as..............
  9. The color temperature of day light is around...........
  10. Which filament material has the lowest melting point?
  11. Which of the following material is used as filament in the incandescent lamps?
  12. Lumen/watt is the unit of
  13. The melting point of Tungsten is about..............
  14. Filament lamps normally operate at a power factor of..............
Illumination MCQ

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  • Cinema Projector
  • Street lighting
  • Photography
  • None of the above
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  • Hospital wards
  • Proofreading
  • Bedrooms
  • Railway platforms
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  • Trotter Illumination Photometer
  • Guild's Flicker Photometer
  • LummerBrodhum Photometer
  • Macbeth lllumino meter
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  • 0.3 lumen/m2
  • 30 lumen/m2
  • 300 lumen/m2
  • 3000 lumen/m2
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  • Type of reflector used
  • Distance of the source
  • Ambient temperature
  • Candle power of the source
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  • one lumen/sq. m
  • one lumen/sq. cm
  • one lumen/100 sq. m
  • one lumen/1000 sq. m
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  • Light flux
  • Luminous intensity
  • Luminous efficiency
  • Brightness
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  • Displays
  • Railway platform
  • Fine engravings
  • Audiotoriums
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  • 60 – 65 lumens/watt
  • 35 – 45 lumens/watt
  • 10 – 20 lumens/watt
  • 2 – 5 lumens/watt
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  • Light consists of shooting particles
  • Light consists of electromagnetic waves
  • Light is a form of electrical energy
  • Light is a form of heat energy
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  • Guild's Flicker Photometer
  • Macbeth lllumino meter
  • Trotter Illumination Photometer
  • LummerBrodhum Photometer
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  • Hospital wards
  • Skilled bench work
  • Drawing offices
  • Fine machine work
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