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Led Lighting (CIBSE Code for Interior Lighting, 1994)

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There are many standards pertaining to the recommended lighting lux values and the Health & Safety Executive document HSG38 provides guidance on how lighting affects the health and safety of people at …

There are many standards pertaining to the recommended lighting lux values and the Health & Safety Executive document HSG38 provides guidance on how lighting affects the health and safety of people at work.

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  • 1. LED LIGHTING (CIBSE Code for Interior Lighting, 1994) PREPARED : NOSUHAILA
  • 2. Lighting illuminance guidance  There are many standards pertaining to the recommended lighting lux values and the Health & Safety Executive document HSG38 provides guidance on how lighting affects the health and safety of people at work.  Our lighting designs are fully compliant with BS EN 12464-1:2011 which is the British Standards Institution guide for design and specification of lighting of indoor work places, it can be purchased from BSI directly.
  • 3. The CIBSE (The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) also publishes guides to lighting requirements in different environments including:  CIBSE Lighting guide (LG02) Hospitals and health care buildings  CIBSE Lighting guide (LG03) Areas for visual display terminals  CIBSE Lighting guide (LG04) Sports  CIBSE Lighting guide (LG05) Lecture, teaching and conference rooms  CIBSE Lighting guide (LG06) The outdoor environment  CIBSE Lighting guide (LG07) Office Lighting  CIBSE Lighting Guide (LG08) Museums and art galleries
  • 4.  CIBSE publications are intended as guidance only. They have no legal standing in themselves, however, they are often cited within project contracts. Recommended lux values (CIBSE Code for Interior Lighting, 1994) are shown below.
  • 5. Areas common to most buildings Lux (lm/m2) Entrance hall, lobby, waiting room 200 Enquiry desk 500 Corridor, passageway, stairs 100 Atria 50-200 Changing room, cloakroom, lavatory 100 Rest room 150 Canteen, cafeteria, dining room 200 Kitchen 300
  • 6. Offices Lux (lm/m2) General offices 500 Computer workstations 300-500 Conference room, executive office 300-500 Banks and building societies Lux (lm/m2) Counter and office area 500 Public area 300
  • 7. Retailing Lux (lm/m2) Fashion 500-750 Supermarket 750 Restaurant 200 Bookshop, chemist, jeweller 500 Superstore 1000 Electrical and furniture store 750 Showroom 500-750 Arcades and malls 50-300
  • 8. Places of public assembly Lux (lm/m2) Cinema and theatre foyer 200 Booking office 300 Auditoria 100-150 Library 150-300 Museum art gallery 150-300 Lecture theatre 300 Church 100-300
  • 9. Hotels Lux (lm/m2) Entrance hall 100 Reception desk 300 Bar, restaurant, dining room, lounge 50-200 Bedroom 50-100 Kitchen 150-300
  • 10. Reference  http://www.eliterenewables.com/led-lighting/lux- lighting-values.php