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1 | DIN 13201-1:2005-11
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Document:
Standard
Date of issue:
2005-11
Title (German):
Road lighting - Part 1: Selection of the lighting classes; German version CEN / TR 13201-1:2004
Title (english):
Road lighting - Part 1: Selection of lighting classes; German version CEN / TR 13201-1:2004
Table of Contents:
Contents (en)
Original languages:
German
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1. 1 Scope
2. 2 Normative References
3. 3 Terms
4. 4 Description of the selection process
5. 5 Lighting situations
6. 5.1. Grouping of lighting situations
7. 5.2. Evaluation of the parameters
8. 5.3. Considered surfaces
9. 5.3.1. General
10. 5.3.2. Considered surface for different lighting situations A1, A2, A3
11. 5.3.3. Considered surface for different lighting situations B1, B2
12. 5.3.4. Considered surface for different lighting situations C1, E1, E2
13. 5.3.5. Considered surface for different lighting situations D1, D2, D3
14. 5.3.6. Considered surface for lighting situation D4
15. 5.3.7. Considered area of conflict zones
16. 5.3.8. Considered surface with traffic calming measures
17. 5.3.9. Considered surface of pedestrian crossings
18. 6 Lighting requirements
19. 6.1. General
20. 6.1.1. Glare reduction
21. 6.1.2. Color rendering
22. 6.1.3. Use at night
23. 6.1.4. Visual guide
24. 6.2. Lighting classes each situation
25. 6.3. Adjoining surfaces
26. 6.4. Alternative and additional lighting classes
27. Annex A (informative). Tables of lighting situations
28. Appendix A.1. Lighting situations - Group A1
29. Appendix A.2. Lighting situations - Group A2
30. Appendix A.3. Lighting situations - group A3
31. Appendix A.4. Lighting situations - Group B1
32. Appendix A.5. Lighting situations - group B2
33. Appendix A.6. Lighting situations - Group C1
34. Appendix A.7. Lighting situations - groups D1 and D2
35. Appendix A.8. Lighting situations - groups D3 and D4

5. 5.1. 4 Description of the selection process 5. Grouping of lighting situations 7. B2 C1. 5.3. 6.3. Evaluation of the parameters 8.4. Glare reduction 21. Tables of lighting situations 28. Use at night 23.3. 5.1. Color rendering 22. A2. Lighting situations .3.4. Lighting situations .group A3 31.1.3. Appendix A. Appendix A.3.1.4. E1. 6.2. 5.8.groups D3 and D4 A1. 5. General 20. 6.3.1. Alternative and additional lighting classes 27. Visual guide 24.1. D3 . 5. 5. 5.Group A1 29.6.2. Annex A (informative). 6 Lighting requirements 19. Considered surface with traffic calming measures 17. Lighting situations .2. Appendix A.5. Lighting situations . General 10. 5. Adjoining surfaces 26. 6. Considered surface for different lighting situations 11. Lighting situations . 5. Considered surfaces 9. Lighting situations . Considered surface for lighting situation D4 15. Considered surface for different lighting situations 14.3.9. D2.5. 5 Lighting situations 6. 6. Appendix A.1. Considered area of conflict zones 16.group B2 33.4. Lighting classes each situation 25. 5. 6. Considered surface for different lighting situations 12.4.groups D1 and D2 35.3. 6.1.3. Appendix A.2.3. Lighting situations . Lighting situations .6.2. A3 B1.7. Considered surface of pedestrian crossings 18.Group C1 34.7. Appendix A. 6.8.Group A2 30.Group B1 32.3.3.1. Appendix A. Appendix A. Considered surface for different lighting situations 13. E2 D1.3.

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