This document identifies and clarifies lighting properties for digital building design and maintenance.
This document provides all the needed properties to design and to describe luminaires and sensing devices. These properties are intended to be used as mapping properties for property providers and requesters. The mapping of the identifiers enables the exchange of luminaire and sensing device data within different databases.
The unambiguous mapping and description of properties improve the data quality, reduce misinterpretations and the processing time in digital environments. Therefore, the properties listed in this document establish the essential description of luminaires and sensing devices in BIM systems and databases.
The listed properties in this document are used to structure the product data sheet which is complemented with real product information.

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IEC 60050-845:2020 gives the general terminology used in lighting, as well as general terms pertaining to specific applications and associated technologies. This second edition reviews and complements the previous one. It has the status of a horizontal publication in accordance with IEC Guide 108:2006. This terminology is consistent with the terminology developed in the other specialized parts of the IEV.

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EN 4705 describes the measurement method for the lifetime behaviour of aircraft cabin light units in a standardized aircraft-related environment.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for measurement of electrical, photometric, and colorimetric quantities of LED lamps, modules, light engines and luminaires, for operation with AC or DC supply voltages, possibly with associated control gear. Photometric and colorimetric quantities covered in this standard include total luminous flux, luminous efficacy, partial luminous flux, luminous intensity distribution, centre-beam intensities, luminance and luminance distribution, chromaticity coordinates, correlated color temperature (CCT), Color Rendering Index (CRI), and spatial uniformity of chromaticity.
This standard does not cover LED packages and products based on OLEDs (organic LEDs).
NOTE   Where the term "LED product, LED device or DUT (device under test)" is used, the term covers LED lamps, modules, light engines or luminaires.

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The document specifies steps to be taken in the lighting system design process and lists responsibilities for the implementation and operation of the lighting solution. The aim of the process is:
1)   to design lighting system solutions for sustainable lighting quality based on recommendations in the relevant lighting application standards, for wellbeing of users and for pleasant built environment, and
2)   to ensure that the light requirements are fulfilled with energy efficient solutions (luminaire and control system) with data that can be used in the energy calculations, and
3)   to list the equipment information to be used in the installation, commissioning, operation, maintenance of the lighting system over the years and the decommissioning process, and
4)   to compile the documents defining the designed lighting system solution.
The described lighting system design process applies to all projects of buildings and facilities whether, new or a refurbishment in the lighting sector this includes amongst others the following applications:
-   office buildings - business, communication, design;
-   industry buildings - manufacture, warehouse;
-   outdoor work place areas - shipyards, marshalling yards, timber works;
-   healthcare buildings - hospitals, hospice, residential and elderly care facilities;
-   retail buildings - shops, supermarkets, wholesales establishments;
-   hospitality buildings - bedded areas, meeting rooms, restaurant, café;
-   sports - indoor sports facilities and Outdoor sports fields;
-   education buildings - schools, college, university;
-   roads - traffic routes and conflict areas;
-   amenity areas - cycle paths, residential roads, pedestrian areas;
-   parking areas - indoor and outdoor.
The process does not apply to:
-   specialised lighting systems, (historic buildings, stage, studio, dentist, operating table, etc.);
-   lighting built into machinery or medical equipment;
-   temporary lighting installations.
This technical statement is not applicable to the design of the relevant electrical system and structures.

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This European Standard specifies minimum recommendations for achieving, by means of natural light, an adequate subjective impression of lightness indoors, and for providing an adequate view out. In addition, recommendations for the duration of sunshine exposure within habitable and occupied rooms are given. This European Standard gives information on how to use daylighting to provide lighting within interiors, and how to limit glare. This European Standard defines metrics used for the evaluation of daylighting conditions and gives methods of calculation (and verification).
This standard applies to all spaces that may be regularly occupied by people for extended periods except where daylighting is contrary to the nature and role of the actual work done.
The specification of lighting requirements for humans in indoor work places including visual tasks are given in EN 12464-1 and are not part of this standard.
The specification of calculation procedures and metrics related to the energy performance of buildings are given in prEN 15603 with a more detailed of the aspects related to lighting given in EN 15193 and are not part of this standard.

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This document specifies a standardized way of working for determining the maintenance factor for both outdoor and indoor lighting installations using the methodology as described in CIE 154:2003 and CIE 097:2005.

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This European Standard specifies lighting for those indoor and outdoor sports events most practised in Europe. This standard only considers artificial lighting. It provides lighting values for the design and control of sports lighting installations in terms of illuminances, uniformity, glare restriction and colour properties of the light sources. All requirements are meant to be as minimum requirements. It also gives methods by which these values are measured. For the limitation of glare, it also points out restrictions on the location of the luminaires for specific applications.
For emergency lighting this standard refers to the requirements of EN 1838.

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This document specifies elements for achieving, by means of natural light, an adequate subjective impression of lightness indoors, and for providing an adequate view out. In addition, recommendations for the duration of sunshine exposure within occupied rooms are given.
This document gives information on how to use daylighting to provide lighting within interiors, and how to limit glare. This document defines metrics used for the evaluation of daylighting conditions and gives principles of calculation and verification. These principles allow to address the issue of variability of daylight over the days and the year.
This document applies to all spaces that may be regularly occupied by people for extended periods except where daylighting is contrary to the nature and role of the actual work done.
The specification of lighting requirements for humans in indoor work places including visual tasks are given in EN 12464-1 and are not part of this document.

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This document specifies steps to be taken in the lighting system design process and lists responsibilities for the implementation and operation of the lighting solution. The aim of the process is:
1)   to design lighting system solutions for sustainable lighting quality based on recommendations in the relevant lighting application standards, for the wellbeing of users and for a pleasant built environment, and
2)   to ensure that the light requirements are fulfilled with energy efficient solutions (luminaire and control system) with data that can be used in the energy calculations, and
3)   to list the equipment information to be used in the installation, commissioning, operation, maintenance of the lighting system over the years and the decommissioning process, and
4)   to compile the documents defining the designed lighting system solution.
The described lighting system design process applies to all projects of buildings and facilities whether, new or a refurbishment in the lighting sector. This includes amongst others the following applications:
-   office buildings - business, communication, design;
-   industry buildings - manufacture, warehouse;
-   outdoor work place areas - shipyards, marshalling yards, timber works;
-   healthcare buildings - hospitals, hospice, residential and elderly care facilities;
-   retail buildings - shops, supermarkets, wholesale establishments;
-   hospitality buildings - bedded areas, meeting rooms, restaurant, café;
-   sports - indoor sports facilities and outdoor sports fields;
-   education buildings - schools, colleges, universities;
-   roads - traffic routes and conflict areas;
-   amenity areas - cycle paths, residential roads, pedestrian areas;
-   parking areas - indoor and outdoor.
The process does not apply to:
-   specialized lighting systems, (historic buildings, stage, studio, dentist, operating table, etc.);
-   lighting built into machinery or medical equipment;
-   temporary lighting installations.
This document is not applicable to the design of the relevant electrical system and structures.

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This document specifies lighting for those indoor and outdoor sports events most practised in Europe. This document only considers artificial lighting. It provides lighting values for the design and control of sports lighting installations in terms of illuminances, uniformity, glare restriction and colour properties of the light sources. All requirements are intended to be as minimum requirements. It also gives methods by which these values are measured. For the limitation of glare, it also points out restrictions on the location of the luminaires for specific applications.
For emergency lighting this document refers to the requirements of EN 1838.

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This European Standard defines basic terms and definitions for use in all lighting applications. This standard also sets out a framework for the specification of lighting requirements, giving details of aspects that are to be considered when setting those requirements.

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This document defines basic terms and definitions for use in all lighting applications. This document also sets out a framework for the specification of lighting requirements, giving details of aspects that are to be considered when setting those requirements.

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This document specifies the required data for lamps and luminaires for the verification of conformity to the requirements of EN 12464-1 and EN 12464-2. It also specifies data that are commonly used for lighting of indoor and outdoor work places. When these data are provided, they should conform to this document.

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This Technical Report will provide information to support the correct understanding, use and
national implementations of EN 15193–1. It will give explanations on the procedures and
background information. It will also provide justifications of the choices that have been made
and give validations of the calculation procedures given in the standards. It will give detailed
examples to illustrate the total workings of the standard.

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Comprises some 950 terms and definitions to promote international standardization in the use of quantities, units, symbols and terminology in the field of lighting. Is also CIE Publication 17.4: International Lighting Vocabulary. It has the status of a horizontal standard in accordance with IEC Guide 108.

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This International Standard applies to the assessment of lighting equipment related to human
exposure to electromagnetic fields. The assessment consists of the induced internal electric
field for frequencies from 20 kHz to 10 MHz and the specific absorption rate (SAR) for
frequencies from 100 kHz to 300 MHz around lighting equipment.
Included in the scope of this standard are:
– all lighting equipment with a primary function of generating and/or distributing light
intended for illumination purposes, and intended either for connection to the low voltage
electricity supply or for battery operation; used indoor and/or outdoor;
– lighting part of multi-function equipment where one of the primary functions of this is
illumination;
– independent auxiliaries exclusively for the use with lighting equipment;
– lighting equipment including intentional radiators for wireless communication or control.
Excluded from the scope of this standard are:
– lighting equipment for aircraft and airfields;
– lighting equipment for road vehicles; (except lighting used for the illumination of passenger
compartments in public transport)
– lighting equipment for agriculture;
– lighting equipment for boats/vessels;
– photocopiers, slide projectors;
– apparatus for which the requirements of electromagnetic fields are explicitly formulated in
other IEC standards.
NOTE The methods described in this standard are not suitable for comparing the fields from different lighting
equipment.
This standard does not apply to built-in components for luminaires such as electronic
controlgear.

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EN IEC 62504 is of assistance in the common understanding of terms and definitions, relevant for general lighting with LED technology. The terms included are those already available in IEC LED standards or used in manufacturers' literature. This standard provides descriptive terms (like “LED light sources”) and measurable terms when modified from IEC 60050-845 (like “colour rendering index”).

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ISO 10916:2014 defines the calculation methodology for determining the monthly and annual amount of usable daylight penetrating non-residential buildings through vertical facades and rooflights and the impact thereof on the energy demand for electric lighting. It can be used for existing buildings and the design of new and renovated buildings. ISO 10916:2014 provides the overall lighting energy balance equation relating the installed power density of the electric lighting system with daylight supply and lighting controls (proof calculation method). The determination of the installed power density is not in the scope of this method, neither are controls relating, for instance, to occupancy detection. Provided the determination of the installed power density and control parameters using external sources, the internal loads by lighting and the lighting energy demand itself can be calculated. The energy demand for lighting and internal loads by lighting can then be taken into account in the overall building energy balance calculations: heating; ventilation; climate regulation and control (including cooling and humidification); and heating the domestic hot-water supply of buildings. For estimating the daylight supply and rating daylight-dependent artificial lighting control systems, a simple table-based calculation approach is provided. The simple method describes the division of a building into zones as required for daylight illumination-engineering purposes, as well as considerations on the way in which daylight supplied by vertical facade systems and rooflights is utilized and how daylight-dependent lighting control systems effect energy demand. Dynamic vertical facades with optional shading and light redirection properties are considered, i.e. allowing a separate optimization of facade solutions under direct insolation and under diffuse skies. For rooflighting systems standard, static solutions like shed rooflights and continuous rooflights are considered. The method is applicable for different latitudes and climates. For standard building zones (utilizations), operation times are provided. For detailed computer-based analysis (comprehensive calculation), minimum requirements are specified. To support overall building performance assessment, additional daylight performance indicators on the overall building level are provided.

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This European standard is applicable to the optical performance of untreated or coated materials supplied in plane sheet or strip form for use as a plane or formed reflector as well as preformed reflectors both as originally produced and after prescribed tests to determine probable maintained performance in service. This includes: a) untreated base materials, including: 1) aluminium, 2) steel, 3) plastic, 4) glass. b) surface treated materials, including: 1) polished materials, 2) anodised materials, 3) vacuum metallised materials, 4) painted materials, 5) multilayer systems. This European Standard is not applicable to fluorescent materials.

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This standard establishes general principles for the measurement of basic photometric data for lighting application purposes. It establishes the measurement criteria needed for the standardisation of basic photometric data and details of the CEN file format for electronic data transfer. In addition to it being a valuable standard in its own right, this standard has been written in two parts to provide the basis of photometric measurement in part 1 and verification and presentation techniques for specific lighting applications in part 2.

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This European Standard specifies the performance requirements for electrical lighting systems in the interiors of public transport railway rolling stock under all operating and emergency conditions.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for measurement of electrical, photometric, and colorimetric quantities of LED lamps, modules, light engines and luminaires, for operation with AC or DC supply voltages, possibly with associated control gear. Photometric and colorimetric quantities covered in this standard include total luminous flux, luminous efficacy, partial luminous flux, luminous intensity distribution, centre-beam intensities, luminance and luminance distribution, chromaticity coordinates, correlated color temperature (CCT), Color Rendering Index (CRI), and spatial uniformity of chromaticity.
This standard does not cover LED packages and products based on OLEDs (organic LEDs).
NOTE   Where the term "LED product, LED device or DUT (device under test)" is used, the term covers LED lamps, modules, light engines or luminaires.

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This European Standard establishes general principles for the measurement of basic photometric data for lighting application purposes.
It establishes the measurement criteria needed for the standardisation of basic photometric data and details of the CEN file format for electronic data transfer.
This is part 1 of a multi part standard. Part 1 deals with the basic photometric measurement and file format. Other parts deal with lamps and luminiares data depending on the applications.

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This standard specifies the methodology for evaluating the energy performance of lighting systems for providing general illumination in residential and non-residential buildings and for calculating or measuring the amount of energy required or used for lighting in buildings. The method may be applied to new, existing or refurbished buildings. It also provides a methodology (LENI) as the measure of the energy efficiency of the lighting installations in buildings.
This standard does not cover lighting requirements, the design of lighting systems, the planning of lighting installations, the characteristics of lighting equipment (lamps, control gear and luminaires) and systems used for display lighting, desk lighting or luminaires built into furniture. This standard does not provide any procedure for the dynamic simulation of lighting scene setting.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000-1.
NOTE   In CEN ISO/TR 52000-2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively. See also Clause 2.
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This European Standard specifies the requirements for measurement of electrical, photometric, and colorimetric quantities of LED lamps, modules, light engines and luminaires, for operation with AC or DC supply voltages, possibly with associated control gear. Photometric and colorimetric quantities covered in this standard include total luminous flux, luminous efficacy, partial luminous flux, luminous intensity distribution, centre-beam intensities, luminance and luminance distribution, chromaticity coordinates, correlated color temperature (CCT), Color Rendering Index (CRI), and spatial uniformity of chromaticity.
This standard does not cover LED packages and products based on OLEDs (organic LEDs).
NOTE   Where the term "LED product, LED device or DUT (device under test)" is used, the term covers LED lamps, modules, light engines or luminaires.

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This standard specifies lighting for those indoor and outdoor sports events most practised in Europe. It provides lighting values for the design and control of sports lighting installations in terms of illuminances, uniformity, glare restriction and colour properties of the light sources. All requirements are meant to be as minimum requirements. It also gives methods by which these values are measured. For the limitation of glare, it also points out restrictions on the location of the luminaires for specific applications. For emergency lighting this standard refers to the requirements of EN 1838.

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This standard specifies lighting for those indoor and outdoor sports events most practised in Europe. It provides lighting values for the design and control of sports lighting installations in terms of illuminances, uniformity, glare restriction and colour properties of the light sources. All requirements are meant to be as minimum requirements. It also gives methods by which these values are measured. For the limitation of glare, it also points out restrictions on the location of the luminaires for specific applications.
For emergency lighting this standard refers to the requirements of EN 1838.

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This standard defines basic terms for use in all lighting applications; specialist terms with limited applications are given in individual standards. This standard also sets out a framework for the specification of lighting requirements,giving details of aspects which shall be considered when setting those requirements.

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This European Standard defines basic terms and definitions for use in all lighting applications. This European Standard also sets out a framework for the specification of lighting requirements, giving details of aspects which have to be considered when setting those requirements.

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This International Standard applies to the assessment of lighting equipment related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields. The assessment consists of the induced current density for frequencies from 20 kHz to 10 MHz and the specific absorption rate (SAR) for frequencies from 100 kHz to 300 MHz around lighting equipment. Included in the scope of this standard are: - all lighting equipment for general lighting with a primary function of generating and/or distributing light intended for illumination purposes, and intended either for connection to the low voltage electricity supply or for battery operation; used indoor and/or outdoor. General lighting equipment means all industrial, residential and public and street lighting; - lighting part for general lighting of multi-function equipment where one of the primary functions of this is illumination; - independent auxiliaries exclusively for the use with lighting equipment. Excluded from the scope of this standard are: - lighting equipment for aircraft and airfields; - lighting equipment for road vehicles; (except lighting used for the illumination of passenger compartments in public transport) - lighting equipment for agriculture; - lighting equipment for boats/vessels; - photocopiers, slide projectors; - apparatus for which the requirements of electromagnetic fields are explicitly formulated in other IEC standards; This standard does not apply to built-in components for luminaires such as electronic control gear.

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This document specifies the required data for lamps and luminaires for the verification of conformity to the requirements of EN 12464-1 and prEN 12464-2. It also specifies data that are commonly used for lighting of indoor and outdoor work places. When these data are provided, they should conform to this document.

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This standard specifies the methodology for evaluating the energy performance of lighting systems for providing general illumination in residential and non-residential buildings and for calculating or measuring the amount of energy required or used for lighting in buildings. The method may be applied to new, existing or refurbished buildings. It also provides a methodology (LENI) as the measure of the energy efficiency of the lighting installations in buildings.
This standard does not cover lighting requirements, the design of lighting systems, the planning of lighting installations, the characteristics of lighting equipment (lamps, control gear and luminaires) and systems used for display lighting, desk lighting or luminaires built into furniture. This standard does not provide any procedure for the dynamic simulation of lighting scene setting.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000-1.
NOTE   In CEN ISO/TR 52000-2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively. See also Clause 2.
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This standard establishes general principles for the measurement of basic photometric data for lighting application purposes. It establishes the measurement criteria needed for the standardisation of basic photometric data and details of the CEN file format for electronic data transfer. In addition to it being a valuable standard in its own right, this standard has been written in two parts to provide the basis of photometric measurement in part 1 and verification and presentation techniques for specific lighting applications in part 2.

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This European Standard specifies the design criteria of electrical lighting illumination levels in the interiors of public transport railway rolling stock for all operating conditions.
For the design of the lighting system it is necessary to take into account the tasks that are to be performed in the given area, as well as meeting safety requirements.
In addition to providing task-related illumination levels, the design of the lighting should, wherever possible, provide a comfortable and pleasing visual environment.
The specification of minimum lighting levels is necessary to ensure that tasks requiring a particular attention can be safely performed.

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This standard defines basic terms for use in all lighting applications; specialist terms with limited applications are
given in individual standards. This standard also sets out a framework for the specification of lighting requirements,
giving details of aspects which shall be considered when setting those requirements.

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This standard defines basic terms for use in all lighting applications; specialist terms with limited applications are
given in individual standards. This standard also sets out a framework for the specification of lighting requirements,
giving details of aspects which shall be considered when setting those requirements.

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This standard concerns lighting of indoor and outdoor sports events most practised in Europe. It gives lighting values in terms of illuminances, uniformity, glare restrictions, colour properties of the light sources to design and control sports lighting installations and methods to measure those values. It points out restrictions on the location of the luminaires for specific applications, for the limitation of glare only.

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This standard concerns lighting of indoor and outdoor sports events most practised in Europe. It gives lighting values in terms of illuminances, uniformity, glare restrictions, colour properties of the light sources to design and control sports lighting installations and methods to measure those values. It points out restrictions on the location of the luminaires for specific applications, for the limitation of glare only.

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