The formula to calculate the Nits (N) from Lux (L) and Area (A) is:

\[ N = \frac{L}{A} \]

Where:

- \(N\) is the luminance in nits (cd/m²).
- \(L\) is the illuminance in lux (lx).
- \(A\) is the area over which the illuminance is measured (square meters).

Nits is a unit of luminance, measuring the brightness of a surface.

Lux is a unit of illuminance, measuring the amount of light that hits a surface.

Area is the surface area over which the illuminance is measured.

Lux (L) | Area (A) (m²) | Nits (N) (cd/m²) |
---|---|---|

100 | 1 | 100.0000 |

100 | 2 | 50.0000 |

100 | 3 | 33.3333 |

100 | 4 | 25.0000 |

100 | 5 | 20.0000 |

500 | 1 | 500.0000 |

500 | 2 | 250.0000 |

500 | 3 | 166.6667 |

500 | 4 | 125.0000 |

500 | 5 | 100.0000 |

1000 | 1 | 1,000.0000 |

1000 | 2 | 500.0000 |

1000 | 3 | 333.3333 |

1000 | 4 | 250.0000 |

1000 | 5 | 200.0000 |