Anti-panic lighting

Figure 1.78: Example for a standard escape route sign according to ISO 3864 and DIN 4844-2

Anti-panic lighting is supposed to prevent panic in larger gatherings in events of general power failure and enable people to reach access points to clearly marked escape routes at a certain brightness (0,5 lx, corresponds roughly to a clear night at full moon).

Photometric requirements (table) apply for the entire ground surface except boundary areas of max. 0,5 m width.