The light output of LEDs is rated in either candelas (also candle) or lux, with the candela being the more common. Both are a measure of luminous intensity. The higher the candelas/lux, the brighter the light.
Standard LEDs emit only a modest amount of light, not even 1 candela. They’re rated in millicandelas, or thousandths of a candela. Millicandela is typically abbreviated as mcd. Typical intensity of a T1-3/4 (5mm) red LED is about 50 to 75 mcd.
Conversely, so-called superbright LEDs might have an intensity of 500 mcd to over 5 candelas.
That means each strip is running 1.5 candelas x 50= 75 candelas, 1 candela=12.57 lumens
Also picked up this,
it will allow me to regular the voltage coming in and going out so I can run it on my 6v system or my 12v system or any system up to 50v 🖒 plus I'll be able to dial in the leds to the perfect constant current and play around with lower voltage durning veg and higher voltage durning flower