NZS 6742:1971 Code of practice for emergency lighting in buildings

Abbreviation
NZS 6742:1971
Valid from
17/12/1971

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


Description

This Code of Practice sets out the minimum requirements for the design of emergency lighting installations to satisfy building bylaws, to provide, in the event of a failure of the normal mains power supply, sufficient illumination to alleviate panic and to enable occupants of a building to find their way out.

Gives details of wiring, controls, alternative power sources (battery or generator) and requirements for regular maintenance and testing.

Scope

The purpose of the emergency lighting is to provide, in the event of a failure of the normal mains power supply, sufficient illumination

  • (a) to enable occupants of a building to see their way out in emergency; and
  • (b) to alleviate panic in case of temporary failure of the lighting.
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NZS 6742:1971 Code of practice for emergency lighting in buildings

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NZS 6742:1971 Code of practice for emergency lighting in buildings

Description

This Code of Practice sets out the minimum requirements for the design of emergency lighting installations to satisfy building bylaws, to provide, in the event of a failure of the normal mains power supply, sufficient illumination to alleviate panic and to enable occupants of a building to find their way out.

Gives details of wiring, controls, alternative power sources (battery or generator) and requirements for regular maintenance and testing.

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NZS 6742:1971 Code of practice for emergency lighting in buildings
Description

This Code of Practice sets out the minimum requirements for the design of emergency lighting installations to satisfy building bylaws, to provide, in the event of a failure of the normal mains power supply, sufficient illumination to alleviate panic and to enable occupants of a building to find their way out.

Gives details of wiring, controls, alternative power sources (battery or generator) and requirements for regular maintenance and testing.

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NZS 6742:1971 Code of practice for emergency lighting in buildings

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