AS/NZS 3827.1:1998 Lighting system performance - Accuracies and tolerances - Part 1: Overview and general recommendations

Abbreviation
AS/NZS 3827.1:1998
Valid from
4/10/1998

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand, Standards Australia
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This Standard identifies the factors that influence variability in lighting performance and gives recommendations on how such variability may be contained within tolerable limits in the specification, calculation and measurement of interior and exterior lighting systems. It applies particularly where quantitative values of lighting parameters are specified, but does not cover qualitative or aesthetic attributes of lighting systems except where these involve specific lighting performance parameters.

The Standard sets out typical accuracies that might be expected for various elements of the calculation/measurement process, as well as the range of accuracies that can be expected for the overall design. These can be taken to apply unless otherwise specified, e.g. in a Standard covering the application, or by the client.

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AS/NZS 3827.1:1998 Lighting system performance - Accuracies and tolerances - Part 1: Overview and general recommendations

Description

This Standard identifies the factors that influence variability in lighting performance and gives recommendations on how such variability may be contained within tolerable limits in the specification, calculation and measurement of interior and exterior lighting systems. It applies particularly where quantitative values of lighting parameters are specified, but does not cover qualitative or aesthetic attributes of lighting systems except where these involve specific lighting performance parameters.

The Standard sets out typical accuracies that might be expected for various elements of the calculation/measurement process, as well as the range of accuracies that can be expected for the overall design. These can be taken to apply unless otherwise specified, e.g. in a Standard covering the application, or by the client.

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AS/NZS 3827.1:1998 Lighting system performance - Accuracies and tolerances - Part 1: Overview and general recommendations
Description

This Standard identifies the factors that influence variability in lighting performance and gives recommendations on how such variability may be contained within tolerable limits in the specification, calculation and measurement of interior and exterior lighting systems. It applies particularly where quantitative values of lighting parameters are specified, but does not cover qualitative or aesthetic attributes of lighting systems except where these involve specific lighting performance parameters.

The Standard sets out typical accuracies that might be expected for various elements of the calculation/measurement process, as well as the range of accuracies that can be expected for the overall design. These can be taken to apply unless otherwise specified, e.g. in a Standard covering the application, or by the client.

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