Luminaire Classification System for Outdoor Luminaires
This Technical Memorandum defines a classification system for outdoor luminaires that provides information to lighting professionals regarding the lumen distribution in zones of specific interest. The lumens in the zones defined by this system are intended to be one of the metrics used to evaluate luminaire optical distribution and the potential for light pollution and obtrusive light, but not the only metric that should be evaluated. Light pollution and obtrusive light result not only from the optical characteristics of luminaires, but also from the application of those luminaires to an outdoor site or roadway. A detailed evaluation of the lighting performance for the outdoor site should be based not only on the luminaire optics, but also on the overall system design, including luminaire locations, utilization of light where it is needed, lighting quality, visual tasks, aesthetics, safety requirements, and security issues. Addendum A: Includes Backlight, Uplight, and Glare Ratings.
Lighting of work places - Part 3: Lighting requirements for safety and security of outdoor work places
ISO 8995-3:2006 specifies the lighting requirements which will contribute to the visual needs for safety and security within outdoor work places
Interior and workplace lighting - Outdoor workplace lighting (FOREIGN STANDARD)
Sets out general principles and recommendations for the permanent lighting of exterior workplaces.
BS EN 12464-2:2014
Light and lighting. Lighting of work places. Outdoor work places (British Standard)
This European Standard specifies lighting requirements for outdoor work places, which meet the needs for visual comfort and performance. All usual visual tasks are considered. This European Standard is not applicable for emergency lighting; see EN 1838 and EN 13032-3. This European Standard does not specify lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work and has not been prepared in the field of application of Article 153 of the EC treaty, although the lighting requirements, as specified in this standard, usually fulfil safety needs. Lighting requirements with respect to the safety and health of workers at work may be contained in Directives based on Article 153 of the EC treaty, in national legislation of member states implementing these directives or in other national legislation of member states. This European Standard neither provides specific solutions, nor restricts the designer╞s freedom from exploring new techniques nor restricts the use of innovative equipment.
Control of the obtrusive effects of outdoor lighting (FOREIGN STANDARD)
Sets out guidelines for control of the obtrusive effects of outdoor lighting and gives recommended limits for the relevant lighting parameters to contain these effects within tolerable levels. Refers to the potential effects of lighting systems on nearby residents, users of adjacent roads and transport signalling systems, and on astronomical observations. Does not apply to road lighting; internally illuminated advertising signs; brightly-lit surfaces (e.g. floodlit buildings and advertising signs); lighting systems installed for the purposes of television broadcasting; and lighting systems that are of a cyclic or flashing nature.