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— Main technical normative references
Standard IEC 60364 “Low-voltage electrical installations”
EN 12464-1 ”Light and lighting - Lighting of work places - Part 1: Indoor work places”
The main reference standard for electrical installations in offices is the IEC 60364 standard and its national implementation. The standard specifies the requirements for the design and construction of a low
The standard specifies lighting requirements for people, in indoor workplaces, that meet the visual comfort and visual performance needs of people with normal ophthalmic (visual) ability. All usual visual tasks are considered, including those involving the use of equipment with video display terminals.
voltage electrical system. low voltage electrical system. The standard is composed by 8 main different parts.
EN 1838 “Lighting applications - Emergency lighting”
EN 15232 “Energy Performance of Buildings - Energy performance of buildings - Part 1: Impact of Building Automation, Controls and Building Management”
The standard defines the lighting requirements for emergency lighting systems, installed in buildings or premises where such systems are required. It applies, primarily, to places intended for the public or workers.
The EN 15232 standard specifies: • a structured list of building control, automation and technical management functions that contribute to a building’s energy performance; the functions have been classified and structured according to building regulations and so called Building Automation and Control (BAC); • a method for defining minimum requirements or any other specifications for building control, automation and technical management functions that contribute to the energy efficiency of a building, which can be implemented in buildings of varying complexity; • a simplified method for arriving at an initial estimate of the impact of these functions on representative buildings and use profiles; • detailed methods for assessing the impact of these functions on a given building.
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