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.
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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.
Diese ist Teil 1 einer Reihe von Normen. To je 1. Drugi deli obravnavajo podatke svetlobnih virov in svetilk odvisno od uporabe. Light and lighting - Measurement and presentation of photometric data of lamps and luminaires - Part 1: Measurement and file format.
Screening against stray light Properties of photometers Testing of mirrors for variation in reflectance and flatness CEN File Format Measurement procedure for the photometry of luminaires equipped with T16 lamps or fluorescent compact lamps"""" This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by September , and conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by September This document supersedes EN The start and finish of text introduced or altered by amendment is indicated in the text by tags!
Acknowledgement is given to CIE for their help in the preparation of this standard. The European Standard Light and lighting - Measurements and presentation of photometric data of lamps and luminaires is published in the following parts: Part 1: Measurement and file format. Part 2: Presentation of data for indoor and outdoor work places.
Part 3: Emergency lighting in preparation. Part 4: Sports lighting in preparation. Part 6: Tunnel lighting in preparation. This European Standard aims to put on a common basis current European lighting practices so that a luminaire with its associated performance data, purchased in one country, can be directly compared and accurately em-ployed in another country.
The reliability of these data depends also on well defined qualifications about the management, the organisation and the metrological referability of the Laboratory and the skill of the staff. Due to the specific handling requirements for T16 and compact fluorescent lamps, these lamps are covered separately normative Annex F. 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.
These normative references are cited at the appropriate places in the text, and the publications are listed hereafter. For dated references, subsequent amendments to or revisions of any of these publications apply to this European Standard only when incorporated in it by amendment or revision. For undated references the latest edition of the publication referred to applies including amendments. EN , Light and lighting — Basic terms and criteria for specifying lighting requirements!
Photometric measurement in SI units relative to specified bare lamp flux [CIE , definition 2. The luminous intensity distribution may be represented by numeri-cal tables or by graphics and is usually expressed in units of candelas per 1 lm of lamp flux!
From a general point of view the co-ordinate system consists in a group of planes with a single axis of intersec-tion: the polar axis. In this system a direction in space is characterised by two angles: a -. The orientation of this system with respect to the first axis and the second axis see Figure 1 of the luminaire is chosen with particular regard to the type of luminaire, to the type of lamp, to the mounting attitude of the luminaire and its application, in order to perform more accurate measurements or to simplify the consequent lighting calcu-lations.
The identification of the first axis and the second axis shall be defined by the manufacturer or the photometric laboratory according to this standard. The third axis is the axis containing the photometric centre and perpendicu-lar to the two first axes. For information on the location of the photometric centre see clause 5. NOTE Usually the first axis of a luminaire is perpendicular to the light emitting area of the luminaire.
As the light emitting area is not always clearly defined and could be curved, the relationship between this axis and a mechanical feature of the lu-minaire should be declared e.
Key 1 First axis 2 Second axis 3 Third axis 4 Photometric centre Figure 1 — Photometric centre and photometric axes of the luminaire 4. From the variety of possible measuring planes three systems of planes have been historically used and were identified by the CIE as A-, B- and C-planes. The same terminology is adopted in this standard, but A-planes system is disregarded. The C-planes system is to be considered as the recommended standard system.
The B-planes system may also be used, in particular for the photometry of luminaires such as floodlights.
The system of B-planes is coupled rigidly to the light source and follows its tilt if the lumi-naire is tilted. The photometric centre of the luminaire lies in the centre of the co-ordinate system. The second axis of the luminaire is coincident with the polar axis. If orientation of the lamp requires a different orientation of the second axis, it shall be stated by the lamp manufacturer or the photometric laboratory.
If the convention 1 or 2 is applicable or if different conventions are used, the choice of luminaires axes shall be stated by the manufacturer or the photometric laboratory, so as to clearly identify the luminaire alignment in the co-ordinate system, both for photometric measurements and for lighting calculations.
The polar axis does not necessarily coincide with the first axis of the luminaire, if the luminaire is tilted during measurements. If the luminaire is tilted during measurement the polar axis is not coincident with the first axis of the luminaire , the angle of tilt should be declared see Figure 4. 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, chromatic This European Standard specifies the required data for lamps and luminaires for the verification of conformity to the requirements of EN and EN 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. An increasing number of luminaires mainly those with LED are luminaires with non-replaceable light sources. Therefore data should always be given for luminaires. For luminaires This Technical Report defines metrics that can be used to evaluate and compare lighting conditions with respect to their potential to achieve non-image-forming, eye-mediated effects of light in human beings.
This document applies to visible optic radiation in the wavelength range from nm to nm. This Technical Report does not give information for particular lighting applications. This Technical Report does not address health safety issues such as resulting from flicker, photobiological This European Standard provides a scheme for the classification of artificial non-electrical sources of incoherent optical radiation with regard to their radiation emissions.
It helps users of the sources to easily carry out a risk assessment when people can be exposed to radiation from the sources. This standard applies for sources emitting optical radiation in the wavelength between nm and 3 nm. This standard does not apply for electrically powered sources.
This standard does not This standard specifies the required data for lamps and luminaires to verify conformity with EN This standard does not define the data requirements for signage, as these can be found in EN NOTE Parts 1 and 2 were published in , while part 3 is under preparation.
This standard can also be applied to the terminology and quantities used in international recommendations from, e.
The purpose of this standard is to unify the definitions of quantities for optical radiation measurements since inconsistencies This European Standard establishes general principles for the measurement of basic photometric data for lighting application purposes. This document specifies methods of calculating the tristimulus values of colour stimuli for which the spectral distributions are provided. These colour stimuli can be produced by self-luminous light sources or by reflecting or transmitting objects.
This document requires that the colour stimulus function be tabulated at measurement intervals of 5 nm or less in a wavelength range of at least nm to nm. Extrapolation methods are suggested for cases where the measured wavelength range is le It includes two methods for calculating Euclidean distances in this space to represent the perceived magnitude of colour differences.
This document is applicable to tristimulus values calculated using colour-matching functions of the CIE standard colorimetric system or the CIE standard colorimetric system. This document can be used for Your shopping cart is empty! Back Mar Abstract German French Slovenian This standard establishes general principles for the measurement of basic photometric data for lighting application purposes.
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Buy Standard. In this system a direction in space is characterised by two angles: a - the angle between the plane taken as a conventional origin and the half plane containing the considered di-rection; b - the angle between the polar axis and the considered direction or the complement of this angle.
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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. Diese ist Teil 1 einer Reihe von Normen.
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Latest version of document. Details laboratory requirements for tests and other measurement requirements and data formats for luminaire data. Supersedes BS EN See National foreword for information on construction and use of photometers and goniophotometers. Their committees work with the manufacturing and service industries, government, businesses and consumers to facilitate the production of British, European and International standards. Website: www.