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The Lighting Design Process Illuminating Engineering Society / 01-Jan-1994 / 14 pages Lighting design is the creative process for developing safe, productive, and enjoyable lighting solutions within the built environment. In the past, emphasis was placed on simply delivering an appropriate quantity of light. The quality of light was considered mainly in terms of controlling direct or reflected glare. But as this Design Guide reveals, lighting design now extends far beyond these basic...
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Understanding and Controlling the Effects of Temperature on Fluorescent Lamp Systems Illuminating Engineering Society / 16-Mar-1996 / 11 pages This Technical Memorandum describes how the performance efficiency of the lamp, ballast, and fixture design is directly related to ambient temperature changes and the complex interactions between lighting system components.
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A Discussion of Appendix E - "Classification of Luminaire Light Distributions" Illuminating Engineering Society / 04-Mar-1995 / 14 pages While this document relates to a previous version of ANSI/IESNA RP-8-83 (reaffirmed in 1993), the valuable information on a luminaire light distribution classification system is still valid in helping the designer narrow down the choice of luminaires for a given roadway lighting project. The discussion centers on the various factors which lighting...
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Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Single-Ended Compact Fluorescent Lamps Illuminating Engineering Society / 01-Feb-2000 IESNA Approved Method for the Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Single-Ended Compact Fluorescent Lamps This Lighting Measurements Guide describes an approved method to obtain uniform and reproducible measurements of the electrical and photometric characteristics of single-ended compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) under standard conditions in 60-Hz alternating...
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Addressing Obtrusive Light (Urban Sky Glow and Light Trespass) in Conjunction with Roadway Lighting Illuminating Engineering Society / 01-Jan-2000 Misdirected or misapplied outdoor lighting is a concern for aesthetic, environmental and energy management reasons. Roadway lighting has been estimated to account for approximately 30 percent of sky glow and light trespass. While the concerns and solutions for stray light problems associated with roadway lighting can be described in several...
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Light Trespass: Research, Results, and Recommendations Illuminating Engineering Society / 02-Dec-2000 / 8 pages This Technical Memorandum provides a brief description of findings and references from a 1998 research project for measuring, determining, and identifying light trespass as a component of obtrusive light. Information is included about a specific experiment conducted as part of this research project, which was intended to provide input about how individuals (test subjects) react to...
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Selection of Photocontrols for Outdoor Lighting Applications Illuminating Engineering Society / 01-Jan-1999 / 27 pages This Guide provides a detailed discussion about the operation and application of photocontrols to roadway lighting and to many other outdoor lighting applications. According to this Guide, the photocontrol is almost universally used to control the operation of outdoor luminaires, to ensure that visibility and safety prevail during periods of extreme darkness, near the...
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IESNA Approved Guide to Near-Field Photometry Illuminating Engineering Society / 26-Feb-2000 / 7 pages Near-Field photometry describes the spatial flux distribution of a luminaire in a manner that permits accurate illuminance calculations at close distances. Application distance photometry, a method of near-field photometry, uses test distances that equal the distances at which lighting application and illuminance calculations are made.It provides intensity distributions for many test...
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Recommended Practice for Planned Indoor Lighting Maintenance Illuminating Engineering Society / 06-Dec-2003 / 44 pages ISBN: 0879951974 All lighting systems experience deterioration of performance during operation that affects illuminances and the appearance of the lighted space. Lamps and ballasts fail and need to be replaced. The visual appearance of the site may be altered due to lumen depreciation, loss of uniformity, and color shift. And the luminous flux of luminaires may be reduced...
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IESNA Guide for Reporting General Lighting Equipment Engineering Data for Indoor Luminaries Illuminating Engineering Society / 24-Oct-2003 / 16 pages ISBN: 0879951958 The purpose of this Guide is to provide a reference for use in the design of report forms and to suggest a practical format and terminology for presenting the information obtained from a typical photometric test. Figure 1 through Figure 9 are included for illustrative purposes only. The reporting agency may make adjustments...
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Electrical and Photometric Measurements of High Intensity Discharge Lamps Illuminating Engineering Society / 26-Feb-2000 IESNA Approved Method for the Electrical and Photometric Measurements of High Intensity Discharge Lamps This Lighting Measurements Guide provides an approved method to obtain a uniform and reproducible measurement of the electrical and photometric characteristics of High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps under standard conditions in 60 Hz, alternating current circuits. The...
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Goniophotometer Types and Photometric Coordinates Illuminating Engineering Society / 04-Aug-2001 / 12 pages The information presented in this Lighting Measurements Guide describes the three types of goniophotometers available for photometric testing and the three coordinate systems used to describe photometric data. Many current IESNA documents mention goniophotometers and coordinate systems, but none offer the complete, concise explanations or provide the harmonious definitions presented in...
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Photometric Testing of Fiber Optics Lighting Systems Illuminating Engineering Society / 07-Dec-2001 / 30 pages ISBN: 0879951885 This Approved Method provides a uniform technique for determining and reporting the photometric characteristics of fiber optic lighting systems. It does not address the colorimetry of such systems. It is not intended to explain the photometric testing of individual fiber optic system components such as illuminators, couplers, the fibers themselves, or partial...
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Guideline on Security Lighting for People, Property, and Public Spaces Illuminating Engineering Society / 01-Mar-2003 / 73 pages This Guideline for design and implementation of security lighting is intended for use by property owners and managers, crime prevention specialists, law enforcement and security professionals, risk managers, lighting specifiers, contractors, the legal profession, and homeowners concerned about security and the prevention of crime. It also covers basic security...
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Photometric Testing of Entertainment Lighting Luminaires Illuminating Engineering Society / 09-Feb-2004 / 24 pages This Approved Method describes a standard procedure by which entertainment lighting luminaires, specifically designed for use in the theater, TV environment, film studios, or on-location shoots, can be measured.
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Directional Positioning of Photometric Data Illuminating Engineering Society / 01-Jan-1997
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Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Solid-State Lighting Products Illuminating Engineering Society / 01-Jan-2008 / 23 pages ISBN: 97808799522 This approved method describes the procedures to be followed and precautions to be observed in performing reproducible measurements of total luminous flux, electrical power, luminous intensity distribution, and chromaticity, of solid-state lighting (SSL) products for illumination purposes, under standard conditions. This approved method covers...
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Luminaire Classification System for Outdoor Luminaires, Includes Addendum A (2009) Illuminating Engineering Society / 28-Jan-2007 / 20 pages ISBN: 9780879952174 This Technical Memorandum defines a classification system for outdoor luminaires that provides information to lighting professionals regarding the lumen distribution within solid angles of specific interest. The lumens within these solid angles are intended to be one of the metrics used to evaluate luminaire optical distribution...
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Standard File Format For the Electronic Transfer of Luminaire Component Data Illuminating Engineering Society / 01-Jan-2005 / 31 pages ISBN: 0879952059 This document (LM-74) describes a flexible, single file system that can be used for both small and large amounts of data. Here, data is presented in a structured XML format. This allows software developers to readily incorporate the data into their products, or permits lighting designers and other end users to utilize the data directly.
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Guidelines for Professional Filming or Photographing Works of Art in Museums Illuminating Engineering Society / 01-Jan-2005 / 6 pages ISBN: 0879952040 This guide is intended to help museums form policy for filming and photographing artifacts to ensure that neither the object nor adjacent objects are submitted to unnecessary exposure from infrared or ultraviolet radiation.