A measure of how evenly or “smoothly” the lighting level is spread out over an area. It is expressed as a Uniformity Ratio, where the average foot-candles measure is divided by the minimum foot-candles. The lower this ratio, the better.
The listed records below can be sorted by either Benefit, Effort or Cost by clicking on the red “Benefit,” “Effort” or “Cost” titles. You can sort from either “high to low” or “low to high.”
The levels of “Benefit” are categorized by one, two or three check marks, to represent low, medium and high benefit, respectively.
The levels of “Effort” are categorized by one, two or three hammers, to represent low, medium and high effort, respectively.
The levels of “Cost” are categorized by one, two or three dollar signs, to represent low, medium and high cost, respectively.
*Exact figures are not available. “Benefit,” “Effort” and “Cost” values are a symbolic approach to categorizing these records, giving a more relative low, medium or high value, as opposed to a literal value.