Subject index

1…10 V interface: 2.4.4.2
AFE - Association Française de l’Eclairage: 1.2.1
AIDI - Assoziazione Italiana di Illuminazione: 1.2.1
Access tunnels: 1.4.11.3
Acoustic measurements: 2.1.16.8
Activating light: 1.3.3.4
Active current: 2.1.8.4
Active power: 2.1.8.4
Acuators (BMS): 2.4.5.1
Adaptation (car parks): 1.4.12.1
Adaptation luminance: 1.4.1.1
Additional lighting (educational): 1.4.10.3
Addressed operation (DALI): 2.4.4.5
Addressing: 2.4.4.4, 2.4.4.5
Adult education: 1.4.10.8, 1.4.10.12
Aerobics/dancing: 1.4.5.22
Agriculture: 1.4.13.1, 1.4.13.7, 2.2.5
Air exhaust luminaires: 2.1.16.7
Air flow capacity:
Airports:
1.4.11.1, 1.4.11.3
Ambience: 1.1.2
Ambient temperature: 2.1.8.2, 2.1.9.1
Ammonia: 2.1.15.1, 2.2.5
Amortisation: 1.3.4.2
Anodised aluminium: 2.1.4.3
Anti-panic lighting: 1.3.8.5
Apparent power: 2.1.8.4
Archery: 1.4.5.22
Archives: 1.4.3.18
Art rooms: 1.4.4.1, 1.4.10.12
Assessment grid: 1.3.7.1, 1.3.7.2
Auditorium: 1.4.10.12
Automantic switching mode: 2.4.2.1
Automatic switch-on: 2.4.2
Automatic switching functionality: 1.3.5.5
Autopsy rooms: 1.4.6.17, 1.4.6.26
BIM - Building Information Modeling: 1.3.5.8.3, 1.3.6.8
BMS - Building Management System: 2.4.5
BRC Global Standard Food: 2.2.6
BREEAM certification: 1.3.5.8.2
Back ground lighting: 2.4.1.8
Background area: 1.2.5, 1.2.6.4
Background lighting: 1.2.5, 1.2.6.4
Badminton: 1.4.5.22
Badminton halls: 1.4.5.14
Bakeries: 1.4.2.9
Ball impact safety: 2.1.14.1
Basketball: 1.4.5.22
Bathrooms: 1.4.1.5
Bathtub: 2.2.2
Billard: 1.4.5.22
Blue fraction of light: 1.4.7.5
Blue light hazard: 2.1.5
Board faces: 1.4.3.3
Boccia: 1.4.5.22
Bookshelves: 1.4.8.6, 1.4.10.12
Bottle storage space: 1.4.13.7
Boules: 1.4.5.22
Bowling: 1.4.5.22
Bowls: 1.4.5.22
Boxing: 1.4.5.18, 1.4.5.22
Break rooms: 1.4.1.2, 1.4.1.5
Bricks: 1.4.2.9
Broadcast operation (DALI): 2.4.4.5
Building (total energy efficiency): 1.3.5.7
Building certification: 1.3.5.8
Bus systems: 2.4.5
CAD workstations: 1.4.3.18, 1.4.4.1
CASBEE certification: 1.3.5.8.7
CCG: 2.1.10.1
CDP-Conical Declaring Prism: 2.1.4.2
CE symbol: 2.1.7.4
CELMA: 2.1.10.1
CEN: 1.2.1.1
CEN-Code: 2.1.3.6
CIBSE - Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers: 1.2.1
CIBSE method: 2.1.3.5
CIE 040-1978: 2.1.3.6
CIE efficiency method: 2.1.3.5
CLO - Constant light output regulation: 1.3.1.2
CO2-Emission: 1.3.5
CRF measurement: 1.3.7.7
CRF value: 1.2.8.6
Cabinet faces: 1.4.3.3
Cable cross-section: 2.1.6.4.1, 2.1.8.4
Cafeterias: 1.4.1.5
Calculation of profitability: 1.3.4.4
Call Center: 1.4.3.14
Canteens: 1.4.1.5
Car parks: 1.4.12, 1.4.12.6
Cash desks: 1.4.8.5
Cataract: 1.4.7.1
Cell office: 1.4.3.2
Cell phone test: 2.1.10.1
Cement: 1.4.2.9
Ceramics: 1.4.2.9
Certification: 2.1.7.2
Certification (clean room): 2.2.7
Certification (food industry): 2.2.6
Changing lighting tasks: 2.4.1.3
Chemical impact: 2.1.15
Chemical industry: 1.4.2.9
Chloric air: 2.1.15.2
Chronobiology: 1.3.3.2
Chronotype ("owl" or "lark"): 1.3.3.4
Cinemas: 1.4.8.6
Circadian rhythm: 1.3.3.1, 1.3.3.3, 2.4.1.4
Circadian sequence: 1.3.3.6
Circuit breaker: 2.1.9.5.1
Circuit breakers: 2.1.8.4
Circuit breakers (CB): 2.1.10.5
Circulation areas: 1.4.1.5
Classifications of luminaires: 2.1.3.1
Classrooms: 1.4.10.12
Clean room: 2.2.7
Climate protection: 1.3.5, 1.3.5.10
Climbing: 1.4.5.22
Cloakrooms: 1.4.1.5, 1.4.8.1, 1.4.8.6
Cold stores: 1.4.1.4, 1.4.1.5
Colour: 1.4.5.6
Colour aspects: 1.2.10
Colour inspection: 1.4.2.9
Colour label: 1.2.10.1
Colour perception: 1.4.2.8
Colour rendering: 1.2.10.1, 1.3.7.9, 2.5.2.3
Colour temperature: 1.2.9, 1.2.10
Combi-office: 1.4.3.2
Compensation capacitor: 2.1.10.6
Compliance: 2.1.7.4
Concentration of particles: 2.2.7
Concert halls: 1.4.8.6
Concrete: 1.4.2.9
Conference rooms: 1.4.8.6
Conference table: 1.4.3.4
Connectivity: 2.4.1.8
Connetion terminal: 2.1.6.3
Constant current source: 2.1.9.4
Constant light output regulation - CLO: 1.3.1.2
Constant light regulation: 2.4.1.5
Construction regulations: 2.1.1, 2.1.6
Continuous line length: 2.1.6.4.2
Contrast: 1.2.8.6, 1.3.7.7
Control and regulation: 2.4.3.1
Control current: 2.4.4.5
Control gear units for FL: 2.1.10
Control gears for LED luminaires: 2.1.9.4
Control interfaces: 2.4.4
Control line: 2.4.4.4, 2.4.4.5
Control lines: 2.1.6.3
Control rooms: 1.4.1.3
Cooling element: 2.1.9.2
Correlated colour temperature: 2.1.7.5
Corridors: 1.4.1.5
Corridors (health care): 1.4.6.20, 1.4.6.26
Corridors (hotels): 1.4.8.1, 1.4.8.6
Corridors (operating area): 1.4.6.26
Corrosion: 2.1.15.2
Cortisol: 1.3.3.3
Cost calculation: 1.3.4.4
Costs of lighting: 1.3.4.1
Cover material: 2.1.4.2
Cover plates: 2.1.4.2
Covered bicycle stands (educational): 1.4.10.12
Covered break areas (educational): 1.4.10.12
Cricket: 1.4.5.22
Curling: 1.4.5.22
Current-voltage characteristics (FL): 2.1.10
Cycling: 1.4.5.22
Cylindrical illuminance: 1.2.9
DALI: 2.1.9.6
DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface): 2.4.4.5
DALI implementation: 2.4.4.5.7
DALI initialisation: 2.4.4.5.7
DALI logo: 2.4.4.5
DALI parameter: 2.4.4.5.7
DALI programming device: 2.4.4.5.7
DALI-2 standard: 2.4.2.2.1, 2.4.4.5.2
DGNB certification: 1.3.5.8.4
DIALux: 1.3.6.5
DIN SPEC 67600:2013-04: 1.3.3.2
DIN V 18599: 1.3.5.7, 2.4.2.1
DMX interface: 2.4.4.4
Damp rooms: 2.1.11.3.2
Dancing: 1.4.5.22
Darts: 1.4.5.22
Data PlugIn: 1.3.6.5
Data format - photometric: 2.1.3.3
Data formats: 1.3.6.2
Day rooms (health care): 1.4.6.20
Day/night-rhythm: 1.3.3.1
Daylight: 1.2.12, 1.4.3.15
Daylight component: 1.3.7.1
Daylight factor: 1.3.5.6
Daylight supply: 2.4.3.2.2
Daylight utilisation: 1.3.5.6
Daylight-dependent regulation: 2.4.3
Degree of transmission: 1.4.7.1
Degrees of glare: 1.2.8.1
Demonstration table: 1.4.10.12
Dentists: 1.4.6.26
Design methods: 1.3.6.1, 1.3.6.3
Differential measurement: 1.3.7.1
Digital planning: 1.3.6.8
Dimm-ECG: 2.1.10.4
Direct glare: 1.2.8.1
Direct lighting: 1.4.3.13
Direct-indirect lighting: 1.4.3.13
Discharge lamps: 2.5.1.2
Display screen - reflective glare: 1.2.8.7
Dressing rooms: 1.4.8.6
Dynamic lighting: 2.4.1.4
EMC: 2.2.8.2
EMC Compatibility: 2.1.7.4
EMC symbol: 2.1.7.4
EN 12193: 1.4.5.1, 1.4.5.21
EN 12464-1: 1.2.1.1, 1.2.1.3, 1.3.2.2
EN 13032-1: 2.1.3.3
EN 13032-2: 2.1.3.5, 2.1.3.6
EN 13501: 2.1.12.4
EN 60598: 2.1.11.1
ENEC certification: 2.1.5
ENEC sign: 2.1.7.1
ENEC symbol: 2.1.7.2, 2.1.7.3
ENEC+: 2.1.7.5
EPBD-Directive (Energy Performance of Buildings Directive): 1.3.5.7, 2.4.1.7
EU directives - safety at work: 1.3.2.1
EU standards: 1.2.1.1
EU-Directive 2009/125/EG: 1.3.5.10
EU-Directive 2010/31/EU: 1.3.5.7
Ecodesign directive: 1.3.5.10, 2.4.1.7
Ecology: 1.3.5
Economic efficiency: 1.3.4.2, 1.3.6.9
Economic efficiency (educational): 1.4.10.10
Economic efficiency (health care): 1.4.6.24
Educational facilities: 1.4.10
Educational rooms: 1.4.13.7
Effective spectrum: 1.3.3.2
Efficiency class: 1.3.5.3
Efficiency formula: 2.1.3.5
Efficiency method: 1.3.6.3
Electric connection blocks: 2.1.6.1
Electrical and electronic industry: 1.4.2.9
Electrical connection: 2.1.6.3
Electricity tariff: 2.4.1.6
Electromagnetic disturbance (health care): 1.4.6.22
Electromagnetic response: 2.1.9.5.1
Electronic control gears (ECG): 2.1.10.2
Elektromagnetic radiation: 1.3.3.9
Elevators: 1.4.1.5
Emergency light installations: 2.2.9
Emergency lighting: 1.3.8
Emergency lighting (sports facilities): 1.4.5.9
EnEV - Energieeinsparverordnung (legal ordinance in Germany): 2.4.1.7
Energy cost savings: 1.3.4.2
Energy efficiency (sales): 1.4.9.5
Energy labelling of lamps: 1.3.5.3
Energy needs: 1.3.5.6
Energy passport: 1.3.5.7
Energy saving lighting systems: 1.3.5.1
Energy savings: 2.4.1.5
Entertainment: 1.4.8.6
Entrance halls (educational): 1.4.10.12
Entrance halls (public): 1.4.8.1, 1.4.8.6
Entrances (railway): 1.4.11.3
Environment: 1.3.5
ErP directive (Energy-related Products): 1.3.5.10, 2.1.10.1, 2.4.1.7
Ergonomic requirements (office): 1.4.3.3
Escalators: 1.4.1.5
Escape routes: 1.3.8, 2.2.8.3
European standards for artificial lighting: 1.2.1.1
Examination rooms: 1.4.6.6, 1.4.6.26
Examplary planning of safety lighting: 1.3.8.10
Exhibition halls: 1.4.8.6
Explosion hazard: 2.2.1.1
FI breaker: 2.1.9.5.2
Fading Time (DALI): 2.4.4.5.8
Far field measurement of the luminous intensity distribution: 2.1.4.5
Fastening accessories: 2.1.15.2
Fault-current circuit breaker: 2.1.9.5.2, 2.1.11.2
Fencing: 1.4.5.22
Fire hazardous locations: 2.2.1
Fire load: 2.1.12.4
Fire prevention housing: 2.1.12.4
Fire prevention properties: 2.1.12.3
Fire resistance: 2.1.12.3
Fire safety: 2.1.7.1, 2.1.12
Fire safety labeling: 2.1.12.1
Fire stations: 1.4.13.4, 1.4.13.7
Fire-resistance class: 2.1.12.4
First-aid rooms: 1.4.1.2, 1.4.1.5
Fistball: 1.4.5.22
Fixing accessories: 2.1.6.1
Flicker: 1.2.11, 2.1.13.1
Float glas: 2.1.4.2
Floorball: 1.4.5.22
Fluorescent lamp: 1.3.1.6
Fluorescent lamps: 2.5.1.3
Food industry: 1.4.2.9, 2.2.6
Foods industry: 1.4.2.8
Foreign object protection: 2.1.11.3.1
Foundry: 1.4.2.9
Fresnel glas: 2.1.4.2
Functional furniture areas: 1.4.3.5
Fusion stimuli: 1.2.8.6
Ganglion cell: 1.3.3.1, 1.3.3.2
Gardening: 2.2.5
Gateways (BMS): 2.4.5.2
General lighting: 1.3.5.3, 1.3.6.3, 1.4.2.3
General lighting (educational): 1.4.10.2
Geriatric care: 1.4.7.7
Geriatric care facilities: 1.4.7
Glare (increasing age): 1.4.7.3
Glare - limitaion of: 1.2.8
Glare formula - UGR-method: 1.2.8.1
Glare limitation (office): 1.4.3.9
Glare limitation (sports facilities): 1.4.5.5
Glare rating: 1.2.8.1
Glare scale: 1.2.8.1
Glass: 1.4.2.9
Goniophotometer: 2.1.3.3, 2.1.4.5
Green Star certification: 1.3.5.8.8
Greenhouses: 1.4.13.3, 1.4.13.7
Group office: 1.4.3.2
Guidelines: 1.2.1
Gymnasiums: 1.4.10.12
Gymnastics: 1.4.5.22
Gymnastics (rhythmic): 1.4.5.22
HACCP-system (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point): 1.4.2.8, 2.2.6
HCL - Human Centric Lighting: 1.3.3.1, 2.4.1.4
HF sensors: 2.4.2.2.2
HQE certification: 1.3.5.8.6
Hairdressers: 1.4.2.9
Handball: 1.4.5.22
Handicraft rooms: 1.4.10.12
Handling area: 1.2.4
Hangars: 1.4.11.3
Harmonised standards: 2.1.11.1
Harmonising of European standards: 1.2.1.1
Harmonising of internetional standards: 1.2.1.1
Health care: 1.4.6
Health promotion: 2.4.1.4
Health protection: 1.3.2.1
Heat dissipation: 2.1.6.2
Heat insulation: 2.1.12.1
High halls: 1.4.2.5
High illuminance: 1.4.2.3
High-pressure discharge lamps: 2.5.1.2
Hockey: 1.4.5.22
Hold time (light management): 2.4.2.1
Horizontal assessment planes: 1.4.3.5
Horizontal visual tasks: 1.2.8.6
Horse riding: 1.4.5.22
Horticulture: 2.2.5
Hotels: 1.4.8.4, 1.4.8.6
Human Centric Lighting (HCL): 1.1.4, 2.4.1.4
Humidity: 2.1.11.3
Hygiene in hospitals: 1.4.6.23
IFC data format: 1.3.6.8
IFS (International Food Standard): 2.2.6
IK-Code: 2.1.14
IP class: 2.1.11.3
IP-Code: 2.1.11.3.1
IR control: 2.1.8.5
IR control (operating theatres - compatibility): 1.4.6.11, 2.1.8.5
IR hazard: 2.1.5
ISO 16739:2013: 1.3.6.8
ISO 8995-1: 1.2.1.1
ISO 9000..: 2.1.2.4
ISO 9241-7: 1.2.1.1
Ice hockey/figure skating: 1.4.5.22
Ice sports halls: 1.4.5.19
Illuminance (industry): 1.4.2.3
Illuminance (office): 1.4.3.7
Illuminance (sports facilities): 1.4.5.4
Illuminance - temporal progression: 1.3.1.5
Illuminance scale: 1.2.6.1
Illumunance: 1.2.6
Impact energy: 2.1.14
Impact test: 2.1.14
Incandescent lamps: 2.5.1.1
Increasing efficiency: 2.4.1.6
Indirect lighting: 1.4.3.13
Individual battery system: 2.2.9.6
Indoor swimming pools: 1.4.5.15
Ingress of moisture: 2.1.11.3.2
Initial value: 1.2.6, 1.3.1
Inner clock: 1.1.4, 1.3.3.3
Inrush current: 2.1.9.5
Inspection of the safety lighting installation: 2.2.9.6
Integrated control unit: 2.4.1.8
Intensive care: 1.4.6.7, 1.4.6.26
Interface: 2.1.9.6, 2.1.10.4
Interference emission threshold: 2.1.13.2
Interference field intensity: 2.1.13.2
Interfering light: 1.3.7.1
Interfering voltage: 2.1.13.2
International sports associations: 1.4.5.23
Iron works: 1.4.2.9
Jewellery: 1.4.2.9
Judo: 1.4.5.22
KNX: 2.4.5
Karate/Keno: 1.4.5.22
Kitchen: 1.4.8.6
Kitchen (educational): 1.4.10.12
LED (light-emitting diodes): 2.5.1.4
LED luminaire - quality criteria: 2.1.9
LED luminaires switching insensitivity: 2.4.1.3
LED retrofit lamp: 2.1.7.1, 2.1.10.6
LEED certification: 1.3.5.8.3, 2.4.1.2
LLCG: 2.1.10.1
LLMF (Lamp lumen maintenance factor): 1.3.1.6
LOR: 2.1.3.6
LSF (Lamp survival factor): 1.3.1.6
LTG - Lichttechnische Gesellschaft Österreichs: 1.2.1
LaMF (Lamp maintenance factor): 1.3.1.6
Laboratories: 1.4.6.16, 1.4.6.26
Laboratories (dental): 1.4.6.15, 1.4.6.26
Laboratories (food): 1.4.2.9
Laminar air flow: 2.2.7
Lamp lumen maintenance factor: 1.3.1.2
Lamp luminous flux: 2.1.3.4
Lamp maintenance factor: 1.3.1
Lamp maintenance factor (LED): 1.3.1.2
Lamp replacement: 2.1.10.3
Lamps: 1.3.5.2
Lasers (operating theatres): 1.4.6.12
Laundries: 1.4.2.9
Lavatories: 1.4.1.5
Leading-edge: 2.4.4.1
Leather: 1.4.2.9, 1.4.9.6
Lecture halls: 1.4.10.6, 1.4.10.12
Lens systems: 2.1.4.2
Lenses: 2.1.4.2
LiTG: 1.2.1
LiTG method: 2.1.3.5
Libraries: 1.4.8.6, 1.4.10.12
Lifts: 1.4.1.5
Light calculator: 1.3.6.3
Light colour: 1.2.10, 1.3.7.9, 2.5.2.2
Light management: 2.4.1
Light output ratio: 2.1.3.4
Light output ratio (LOR): 1.3.1.4, 1.3.5.3
Light protection: 1.4.9.6
Light scenes: 2.4.1.1
Light sensor positioning: 2.4.3.1
Light source types: 2.5.1
Light sources - efficient: 1.3.5.2
Light spectrum: 2.1.3.8
Lighting calculation: 1.3.6.1
Lighting calculation software: 1.3.6.5
Lighting classes (sports facilities): 1.4.5.3
Lighting comfort by light management: 2.4.1.1
Lighting concepts (office): 1.4.3.12
Lighting control: 1.3.4, 2.4.1
Lighting customisation: 2.4.1.2
Lighting design: 1.3.6

Lighting design (car parks): 1.4.12.5
Lighting design (health care): 1.4.6.25
Lighting design (sales): 1.4.9.4
Lighting design (sports facilities): 1.4.5.21
Lighting design software: 1.3.6.5
Lighting direction: 1.2.9
Lighting guides and standards (health care): 1.4.6.1
Lighting heat: 2.1.6.2, 2.1.17.1
Lighting installation: 2.1.1
Lighting level: 2.4.3.2
Lighting measurement: 1.3.7
Lighting measurement (sports facilities): 1.4.5.7
Limitation of glare: 1.2.8
Limiting inrush current: 2.1.9.5.3
Line current harmonics: 2.1.13.1
Livestock stables: 1.4.13.7
Loading ramps: 1.4.1.5
Lounges: 1.4.8.1, 1.4.8.6
Low Voltage Directive: 2.1.11.1
Low-pressure discharge lamps: 2.5.1.3
Luminaire maintenance factor: 1.3.1.3
Luminaires: 1.3.5.3
Luminance distribution: 1.2.7, 2.1.3.7
Luminance distribution (industry): 1.4.2.4
Luminance distribution (office): 1.4.3.8
Luminance of luminaires: 1.3.7.8, 1.3.7.10
Luminance thresholds (VDU): 1.4.3.10
Luminous flux degradation: 2.1.9.1
Luminous intensity distribution: 2.1.3.2
Luminous intensity distribution - measurement: 2.1.4.5
Luminous intensity distribution curve: 2.1.3.3
Luxmeter: 1.3.7.4
MINERGIE certification: 1.3.5.8.5
Magnetic trigger: 2.1.10.5
Mains switch: 2.1.9.5.4, 2.1.10.5
Mains voltage: 2.1.8.1
Maintained value: 1.2.6, 1.3.1
Maintenance: 1.3.7.14
Maintenance factor: 1.2.6, 1.3.1, 1.3.1.5
Maintenance factor (Example of an LED luminaire): 1.3.1.2
Maintenance factor (industry): 1.4.2.7
Maintenance factor (office): 1.4.3.17
Maintenance interval: 1.3.1.4
Maitenance factor (example): 1.3.1.7
Malfunction of the control gear: 2.1.12
Manifold reflection: 2.1.4.1
Manual switch-on (light management): 2.4.2.1
Martial arts: 1.4.5.22
Master luminaire: 2.4.1.8
Maternity wards: 1.4.6.4, 1.4.6.26
Maximum and minimum level (DALI): 2.4.4.5.8
Maximum permissible number of luminaires: 2.1.6.4.1
Measurement of contrast rendering: 1.3.7.7
Measurement of emergency lighting: 1.3.7.11
Measurement of reflectance values: 1.3.7.6
Measurement recording and evaluation: 1.3.7.13
Measuring grid: 1.3.7.2
Measuring instrument class: 1.3.7.1
Measuring of illuminance: 1.3.7.4
Measuring of light colour and colour rendering: 1.3.7.9
Measuring of luminance: 1.3.7.5
Measuring plane: 1.3.7.3
Measuring points: 1.3.7.1, 1.3.7.2
Measuring power consumption: 2.4.1.5
Mechanical safety: 2.1.14
Medical attention: 1.4.1.5
Medical practices: 1.4.6.14, 1.4.6.26
Medical rooms: 2.2.8
Meeting: 1.4.3.5
Melanopic effect: 1.3.3.2
Melanopic effect function: 1.3.3.2
Melanopic effectiveness: 1.1.4, 1.3.3.1
Melanopic efficiency: 2.1.3.7, 2.1.3.8
Melanopic efficiency factor: 1.3.3.2
Melanopsin: 1.3.3.1, 1.3.3.2
Melatonin: 1.3.3.3, 1.3.3.7
Mercury high-pressure discharge lamps: 2.5.1.2
Metal casting: 1.4.2.9
Metal processing: 1.4.2.9
Metalworking: 1.4.2.9
Micro-mechanics: 1.4.2.9
Minimally invasive surgery: 1.4.6.10
Miro Silver: 2.1.4.3
Mobile test: 1.3.5.2
Model building: 1.4.2.9
Modelling: 1.2.9
Monitoring: 2.4.1.8, 2.4.4.5.8, 2.4.5.3
Moonlight: 1.1.2
Mortuaries: 1.4.6.17, 1.4.6.26
Movement detector: 2.4.2
Multi-lamp ECG: 2.1.10.3
Museums: 1.4.8.2, 1.4.8.6
Music practice rooms: 1.4.10.12
NB method: 2.1.3.5
NBN L method: 2.1.3.5
NSvV - Nederlandse Stichting voor Verlichtingskunde: 1.2.1
NTC elements: 2.1.9.5.3
Near field measurement of the luminous intensity distribution: 2.1.4.5
Needle burner testing: 2.1.12.3
Netball: 1.4.5.22
Neutral conductor interruption: 2.1.8.3
Nominal frequency: 2.1.7.1
Nominal mains voltage: 2.1.8.1
Nominal value: 2.4.3.1
Non visual effects: 1.3.3.2
Note-taking lighting: 1.4.10.4
Nursery: 1.4.10.12
Nursery schools: 1.4.10.7
Nursing homes: 1.4.7, 1.4.7.7
Office (Technical drawing): 1.4.4.1
Offices: 1.4.3.1, 1.4.3.18
Offices (CAD): 1.4.4.2, 1.4.4.3
Open plane office: 1.4.3.2
Operating area: 1.4.6.26
Operating conditions: 2.1.3.3, 2.1.8.2
Operating field: 1.4.6.9
Operating frequency - ECG: 2.1.10.2
Operating position: 2.1.6.1
Operating theatres: 1.4.6.8
Optical radiation: 1.3.3.9
Optical system: 2.1.4, 2.1.4.4
Overvoltage protection: 2.1.8.3
Overvoltage resistance: 2.1.8.3.2
PWM - Pulse Width Modulation: 1.2.11
Pantries: 1.4.1.5
Paper: 1.4.2.9
Partial area-based lighting: 1.4.3.12
Passive infrared (PIR) sensors: 2.4.2.2.1
Passport control desks: 1.4.11.3
Pedestrian underpasses: 1.4.11.3
Permanent operation of safety luminaires: 2.2.9.5
Permissible changeover period: 2.2.8.3
Pharmacies: 1.4.6.16, 1.4.6.26
Phase shift (AC): 2.1.8.4
Phasing at the time of switching: 2.1.9.5
Photo biological safety: 2.1.5
Photometric data: 1.3.6.2
Photometric properties - measurement: 2.1.4.5
Photometric system: 2.1.4.4
Photoretinitis: 2.1.5
Planckian radiator: 1.2.10
Planning aids: 2.1.2.1, 2.1.2.5
Planning of safety lighting: 1.3.8.9
Planning security: 2.1.2.1
Plant rooms: 1.4.1.5
Plastics industry: 1.4.2.9
Platforms (railway): 1.4.11.3
Play schools: 1.4.10.7
Playrooms: 1.4.10.12
Plug connection systems: 2.1.6.3
Polycarbonate (PC): 2.1.4.2
Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA): 2.1.4.2
Post room: 1.4.1.5
Potential savings: 1.3.4.2, 1.3.5.1, 1.3.5.5, 1.3.6.9
Power consumption: 1.3.4
Power consuption - measuring: 2.1.8.4
Power factor: 2.1.8.4, 2.1.9.6
Power factor correction: 2.1.10.6
Power on Level (DALI): 2.4.4.5.8
Power plants: 1.4.2.9
Pre-op rooms (auxiliary operation rooms): 1.4.6.13
Preconditions (measurement): 1.3.7.1
Premature failure: 2.1.6.2
Presence detection: 1.3.5.5, 2.4.2, 2.4.2.2.1
Presence detection on traffic routes: 2.4.2.2.2
Printing houses: 1.4.2.9
Prismatic cover: 2.1.4.2
Product information: 2.1.2.6
Product liability: 2.1.7.1
Product quality: 2.1.2.2
Product safety: 2.1.7.3
Production process: 1.3.5.11
Profitability: 1.3.6.9, 2.4.1.6
Protection class: 2.1.7.1
Protection rating: 2.1.11.3.1
Protection ratings for luminaires: 2.1.11.3.2
Public areas: 1.4.8
Pulse-width-modulation - PWM: 2.1.9.6
Push-Dim: 2.4.4.3
Pétanque u. Boules: 1.4.5.22
QS-Certificate: 2.1.2.4
Quality: 2.1.2
Quality criteria: 1.2.2
Quality criteria (office): 1.4.3.5
Quality management: 2.1.2.4
RAL 9016 (Traffic white): 2.1.4.3
RCD: 2.1.9.5.2
Racketball: 1.4.5.22
Radiation effects: 1.3.3.10
Radio equipment directive: 2.1.13.1
Railway installations: 1.4.11.2, 1.4.11.3
Rated ambient temperature: 2.1.8.2
Rated colour rendering index: 2.1.7.5
Rated luminous efficacy: 2.1.7.5
Rated luminous flux: 2.1.7.5
Rated npower consumption: 2.1.7.5
Rated power input: 2.1.9.3
Rated service life: 2.1.7.5
Rated service lifetime: 1.3.1.2
Rated voltage: 2.1.7.1
Rating areas (sports facilities): 1.4.5.7
Reactivation behaviour: 1.3.5.5
Reactive current: 2.1.8.4
Reactive power: 2.1.8.4
Reading work: 1.4.3.5
Reception (hotel): 1.4.8.6
Reception areas (health care): 1.4.6.18
Reception desk: 1.4.3.18
Recessed installation: 2.1.6.2, 2.1.12.1
Recording of a measurement: 1.3.7.1
Recovery rooms (auxiliary operation rooms): 1.4.6.13
Reference maintenance factors with fluorescent lamps: 1.3.1.8
Reflectance values of surfaces: 1.2.7
Reflection: 2.1.4.3
Reflective Materials: 2.1.4
Reflective glare: 1.2.8.6, 1.3.7.7
Reflective glare on a display screen: 1.2.8.7
Reflective properties: 1.4.5.6
Reflectivity-enhancing coating: 2.1.4.3
Refractive materials: 2.1.4
Refurbishment: 1.3.4.2
Refurbishment (educational): 1.4.10.11
Refurbishment example: 1.3.4.3
Regulations: 1.2.1
Regulations (emergency lighting): 1.3.8.2
Relux: 1.3.6.5
Remote maintenance: 2.4.1.8
Rendering: 1.3.6.6
Repair: 1.3.7.14
Repeater: 2.4.4.4, 2.4.4.5
Repetition rate (DALI commands): 2.4.4.5.8
Residual current operated device (RCD): 2.1.11.2
Residual-current device: 2.1.9.5.2
Resistance - plastics: 2.1.8.2
Resistance to glow-wire: 2.1.12.5
Rest rooms: 1.4.1.5
Restaurants: 1.4.8.4, 1.4.8.6
Retina hazard: 2.1.5
Retrofit lamp: 2.1.7.1
Risk Groups (RG): 2.1.5
RoHS: 1.3.5, 1.3.5.9
Roller-skating: 1.4.5.22
Rolling mills: 1.4.2.9
Room depth: 2.4.3.2.2
Room index: 1.3.5.4, 2.1.3.5
Room maintenance factor: 1.3.1, 1.3.1.4
Room properties: 1.3.5.4
Room-based lighting: 1.4.3.12
Rooms for physical exercise: 1.4.1.5
Rubber industry: 1.4.2.9
SAD (seasonal affected disease): 1.3.3.2, 1.3.3.5
SLG - Schweizerische Lichtgesellschaft: 1.2.1
SLL - Society of Light and Lighting: 1.2.1
Safety at work: 1.3.2
Safety class: 2.1.11.2
Safety class III: 2.1.9.4
Safety extra low voltage (SELV): 2.1.9.4
Safety light installations: 2.2.9
Safety lighting: 2.2.8.3
Safety lighting for escape routs: 1.3.8.4
Safety lighting for sports facilities: 1.3.8.6
Safety lighting for workstations with particular hazards: 1.3.8.7
Safety signs: 1.3.7.12, 1.3.8.8
Safety symbols: 2.1.7.2
Salerooms: 1.4.9
Sales area: 1.4.9.7
Sanitary rooms: 1.4.1.2
Scanner rooms: 1.4.6.26
School: 1.4.10
School canteens: 1.4.10.12
School sports: 1.4.5.22
Security check areas: 1.4.11.3
Semi automantic switching mode: 2.4.2.1
Semi-automatic switching functionality: 1.3.5.5
Semi-cylindrical illuminance: 1.2.9
Semi-cylindrical illuminance (car parks): 1.4.12.2
Sensors: 2.4.1.5, 2.4.2.2
Sensors in luminaires: 2.4.1.8
Serial connection (LED): 2.1.6.3
Service counters: 1.4.8.5
Service life of LED: 2.1.9.2
Set point (lighting control): 2.4.3.1
Shadow detail: 1.2.9
Shelf faces: 1.4.3.3
Shelf warehouses: 1.4.2.9
Shielding angle: 1.2.8.5
Shooting: 1.4.5.22
Shops: 1.4.9.3
Shower: 2.2.2
Sick bay: 1.4.1.5
Silicate glas: 2.1.4.2
Skittles: 1.4.5.22
Snooker: 1.4.5.22
Snooker court: 1.4.5.20
Soccer: 1.4.5.22
Space types (office): 1.4.3.2
Speed skating: 1.4.5.22
Sports facilities: 1.4.5.1
Sports hall luminaire: 2.1.14.1
Sports halls: 1.4.5.11, 1.4.10.12
Squash halls: 1.4.5.13
Squash:: 1.4.5.22
Staff rooms (health care): 1.4.6.21, 1.4.6.26
Stage area: 1.4.8.6
Stair cases (health care): 1.4.6.20
Staircases (increasing age): 1.4.7.6
Staircases (railway): 1.4.11.3
Stairs: 1.4.1.5
Stairs (educational): 1.4.10.12
Stand-by lighting: 1.3.8.3
Stand-by operation of safety luminaires: 2.2.9.5
Standards: 1.2.1
Standby operation: 2.1.8.4, 2.4.1.7
Starter: 2.1.10.1, 2.1.10.7
Stationary operation: 1.3.7.1
Steel works: 1.4.2.9
Store rooms: 1.4.1.4, 1.4.1.5
Stores: 1.4.9.3
Strain relief: 2.1.6.3
Stroboscopic Effects: 1.2.11
Stroboskopic effect: 2.1.9.6
Summer days: 1.1.2
Super markets: 1.4.9.2
Supply units (health care): 1.4.6.5
Surface: 2.1.4.3
Surface luminance: 2.1.3.7
Surface temperature: 2.1.12.1, 2.2.1
Surrounding area: 1.2.5
Surrounding area (office): 1.4.3.5
Surrounding conditions: 2.1.15.1
Suspension accessories: 2.1.6.1, 2.1.15.2
Sustainability: 1.3.5.8
Sustainable disposal: 1.3.5.9
Swimming: 1.4.5.22
Swimming pool: 2.1.15.2
Switchboard: 1.4.1.5
Switchgear rooms: 1.4.1.5
Switching functionality: 1.3.5.5
Synchronisation of the inner clock: 1.3.3.3
System Failure Level (DALI): 2.4.4.5.8
T5 lamp (T16): 2.1.10.3
Table tennis: 1.4.5.17, 1.4.5.22
Teachers rooms: 1.4.10.12
Technical drawing: 1.4.3.18
Television and film recordings (sports facilities): 1.4.5.10
Telex: 1.4.1.5
Temperature radiator: 2.5.1.1
Tennis: 1.4.5.22
Tennis halls: 1.4.5.12
Textile manufacturing: 1.4.2.9
Theatres: 1.4.8.6
Thermal insulation: 2.1.6.2
Thermal management: 1.3.1.2, 2.1.9.1
Thermo management: 2.1.7.5
Thermo management - example: 2.1.9.2
Through wiring: 2.1.6.4.1
Ticket offices: 1.4.8.1, 1.4.8.6
Tiles: 1.4.2.9
Till area: 1.4.9.7
Toilets: 1.4.1.5
Tool sheds: 1.4.13.7
Total Profit of Ownership - TPO: 1.3.4.2
Total costs: 1.3.4.1
Total current: 2.1.8.4
Total luminous flux: 1.3.1
Total reflection: 2.1.4
TouchDim: 2.4.4.3
Track and field: 1.4.5.22
Trade fairs: 1.4.8.6
Traffic areas: 1.4.11
Traffic zones: 1.4.1.1
Trailing-edge: 2.4.4.1
Trams: 1.4.11.3
Translucent: 2.1.4.1
Transmission: 2.1.4.1
Transparent materials: 2.1.4
Travelators: 1.4.1.5
Treatment rooms: 1.4.6.26
Type label: 2.1.7.1
UF (utilisation factor): 2.1.3.5
UGR formula: 1.2.8.1
UGR glare rating: 2.1.3.7
UGR measurement: 1.3.7.8
UGR reference values 4H/8H: 1.2.8.4
UGR table method: 1.2.8.2
UGR tables (application): 1.2.8.3
UGR-method: 1.2.8.1
ULOR: 2.1.3.6
UTE method: 2.1.3.5
UV hazard: 2.1.5
Ulbricht sphere: 2.1.3.4, 2.1.4.5
Uniformity - recommendations: 1.2.7
Uniformity of illuminance: 1.2.6.5
User areas (office): 1.4.3.5
User profile: 1.3.5.7
Utilance: 1.3.1.4
Utilization factor: 1.3.1, 1.3.1.4, 1.3.5.4, 2.1.3.5
VDE sign: 2.1.7.1
VDU (office): 1.4.3.6
VDU polarity: 1.4.3.10
VDU workstations: 1.4.3.3, 1.4.3.18
VDU workstations (individual): 1.4.2.6, 1.4.3.14, 1.4.3.16
VDU workstations (office): 1.4.3.4
Vehicle construction: 1.4.2.9
Veiling luminance: 1.4.7.1
Veiling reflection: 1.2.8, 1.2.8.6
Visability: 1.3.3.3
Visual acuity (increasing age): 1.4.7.1
Visual ambience: 1.1.2
Visual comfort: 1.1.2
Visual contact to the outside world: 1.2.12
Visual needs: 1.1.2
Visual performance: 1.1.2
Visual performance (increasing age): 1.4.7.1
Visual room atmosphere. (office): 1.4.3.12
Visual task aera: 1.2.4
Visual task area: 2.4.3.2
Visual task area (educational): 1.4.10.1
Visual task area (health care): 1.4.6.3
Visual task area (industry): 1.4.2.1
Visual task area (office): 1.4.3.4
Visual task areas (examples): 1.4.2.2
Visual tasks - horizontal: 1.2.8.6
Visualising: 1.3.6.6
Viticulture: 1.4.13.2, 1.4.13.7
Volleyball: 1.4.5.22
Voltage drop: 2.1.6.4.2
Voltage source: 2.1.9.4
Vvisual comfort: 2.4.1.5
Waiting areas: 1.4.8.5, 1.4.11.3
Waiting rooms: 1.4.6.26
Ward rooms: 1.4.6.4
Wardrobes: 1.4.1.5
Wards: 1.4.6.26
Washing bays: 1.4.13.7
Washrooms: 1.4.1.5
Water protection: 2.1.11.3.1
Weightlifting: 1.4.5.22
Well-being: 1.3.3.1, 1.3.3.5
White-boards: 1.4.10.12
Wine press: 1.4.13.7
Woodworking: 1.4.2.9
Work equipment: 1.4.3.11
Work places: 1.2.3
Work surfaces (office): 1.4.3.5
Working area-based lighting (office): 1.4.3.12
Working islands (office): 1.4.3.12
Working plane: 2.1.3.2
Workstation: 1.2.4, 1.4.3.11
Wrapping area: 1.4.9.7
Wrestling: 1.4.5.22
Yellowing: 2.1.4.2, 2.1.4.3
Zero defect strategy: 2.1.2.4
Zone 0 ... 22 ( explosion hazards): 2.2.1.1