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This document Older versions. Illuminance lux Activity Area Casual seeing Corridors, changing rooms, stores Some perception of detail Loading bays, switch rooms, plant rooms Continuously occupied Foyers, entrance halls, dining rooms Visual tasks moderately easy Libraries, sports halls, lecture theatres. Parveen Sharma. Yao Ma. Ali Torabi. Shameel Pt. Mark Long. Sarah Al-Mutlaq. Eduardo Farias. Anonymous vxt8e0. Anonymous FTtQlMn. More From api Bada Gizil.
Shreesh Kumar. The old chapters on light and on vision have been removed, as it was felt they would sit better amongst the fundamentals of lighting covered in the SLL Code for Lighting, which is also being revised. This new edition has its chapters grouped in three sections. The first covers various design aspects of lighting, the second covers important areas of lighting technology and the third a big section covering specific applications in the field of interior and exterior lighting.
Where the tasks are mainly document based, such as writing or copy typing, then lux will be required. Where there are visually more onerous tasks, such as proof reading or technical drawing, even higher levels should be considered. The minimum level set by the Health and Safety Executive for any permanently occupied area is lux.
Lighting Guide 1 : The Industrial Environment. For recommendations of illuminance, colour rendering and glare see Schedule in the Code for Lighting a summary of key values are given below. Corridors and stairs. Mess rooms.
Plant rooms. Store rooms. More illuminance values are given for a range of industrial buildings in the Guides. Learn more about Scribd Membership Home. Read free for days Sign In. Much more than documents. Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers.
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