F r e e D o w n l o a d a t w w w. a l l - a b o u t - l i g h t. o r g
Lighting with Artificial Light
The medium of light1From nature’s light ... to artificial lighting4The physics of light6The physiology of light9The language of lighting technology12Quality features in lighting15Lighting level –maintained illuminance and luminance16Glare limitation –direct glare18Glare limitation –reflected glare20Harmonious distribution of brightness22Direction of light and modelling24Light colour26Colour rendering28Light generation by thermal radiators,discharge lamps and LEDs30Lamps34Luminaires –general requirementsand lighting characteristics38Luminaires –electrical characteristics, ballasts40Luminaires –operating devices, regulation, control,BUS systems44Review of luminaires48Lighting planning50Measuring lighting systems52Lighting costs54Energy-efficient lighting56Lighting and the environment58Standards, literature59licht.de publications60Imprint and acknowledgements for photographs61
“The Artist’s Sister with a Candle” (1847), Adolf Menzel (1815 – 1905), Neue Pinakothek,Munich, Germany“Café Terrace at Night” (1888), Vincent Van Gogh (1853 –1890), Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, Netherlands“The Sleepwalker” (1927), René Magritte(1898 – 1967), privately owned
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From nature‘s light ... to artificial lighting for licht.wissen No. 01 "Lighting with Artificial Light"
Booklet 1 is intended for all those who want to delve into the topic of light and lighting or wish to familiarize themselves with the basics of lighting technology. It also helps to make a decision in the field of lighting.