candlepower


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candlepower 

Designates a luminous intensity expressed in candelas.
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To find Lighthouse C's candlepower, multiply the candlepower of Lighthouse A by 2, then subtract 10.
Binoculars and a 1,250,000 candlepower spotlight (Collins Dynamics "Magnum" model search light) were used to count bats on high ceilings.
In the wildflower meadow behind his home in Escondido, California, Greg Rubin creates the illusion of candlepower by altering solar lights that come on automatically when the sun goes down.
That the candlepower of the vision meet a minimum quantity?
The aviators turn on a 30-million candlepower beam called a Nightsun that's mounted beneath the chopper, as they direct the agents to the material.
Then a massive 120-million candlepower light zeroed in on the target.
BY INSTALLING this "Chinese" water frippery, Albert Dock Company surely sets a precedent for anchoring the Planet lightship mid-dock and reinstating its light (600,000 candlepower rotating at five second intervals) and foghorn (five mile radius), for activation during city celebrations?
The overwhelming electric candlepower illuminating the facility set against the stark, black nothingness of the Southern Iraqi desert brings to mind the wattage of the Las Vegas strip.
Our aircraft, modified with two strobes for low-level operations in the area of our international airport, also had a 50-million candlepower searchlight, so we could be seen for miles.
Its 480,000 candlepower light had a 25-mile radius, giving off two flashes in quick succession every 30 seconds.
Jim, John and Leon provided the candlepower and did all the heavy lifting, while my contribution was to facilitate the needs and terms of the diocese's ecclesial/pastoral environment," said Maiman, who now serves as executive director of the San Angelo-based Diocesan Fiscal Management Conference.