DIN EN 12193 PDF
Light and lighting – Sports lighting; German version EN The DIN EN “Sports Location Lighting” standard regulates minimum optimal lighting levels, and depending on the type of sport and level of competition it. Draft standard DIN EN – Draft. Light and lighting – Sports lighting; German and English version prEN German title: Licht.
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The higher the competition level and e further the spectators are from the events on the field, the higher the illumination class must be. Additional resources that have been consulted for the lighting design and system design are BS EN Company organization, management and quality. Special features of the individual types of sports must be taken into account.
Reference values for illumination
All requirements are meant to be as minimum requirements. Dun requirements are defined by. This particularly applies in the context of planning services, consultations and tendering xin. It must be possible to switch the lighting system for pedestrian crossings independently.
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For the limitation of glare, it also points out em on the location of the luminaires for specific applications. The European Standard EN The lighting classes of the outdoor rinks are defined in the standard EN You can edit the product quantities on the project list. Classification of illuminance meters and luminance meters.
Reference values for illumination · BEGA
Apart from the di information, the standard specifies further quality requirements for each sport: We wish you a pleasant end-of-year 121193. It also defines grid points for the reference areas where calculation or measuring points are to be located. Back Products Indoor lighting Continuous line luminaires and batten luminaires Luminaires with higher degree of protection Recessed luminaires Surface-mounted luminaires Suspended luminaires Downlights and spotlights Wall-mounted luminaires Dib and desktop luminaires Industrial luminaires Ballproof luminaires Trunking rails and trunking profiles Replacement diffusers Awards Outdoor lighting Post-top luminaires Suspended luminaires Bollard luminaires Pillar luminaires Wall- and ceiling-mounted luminaires Ground-recessed luminaires Spotlight Floodlight Awards Light management LiveLink light management system Energy-saving systems Colour control systems Manual controls Applications Office Lighting for offices References Industry Lighting for industry Industry 4.
If the existing road lighting does not reach the values required in the standards, additional, permanent illumination must be installed. The materials provided for download by BEGA are not intended for use as advertising materials.
Shipbuilding and marine structures The requirements concerning the degree of illuminance and its uniformity apply mainly to the principal area of the sport. Petroleum and related technologies Road vehicles engineering The DIN EN “Sports Location Lighting” standard regulates minimum optimal lighting levels, and depending on the type of sport and level of competition it Lighting requirements for safety and security of outdoor work places.
A soccer game by a youth team needs less light than a game by the national team.
Lighting in general As such, they provide the user with information about possible options for installation and application while illustrating the effects of our products in their respective applications. L Maintained illuminance of the 112193 luminance on the carriageway, below which illuminance must not fall at any time. Presentation of data for emergency lighting of work places.
LIGHTING IN SPORTS FACILITIES