Through the publication of European standards on artificial lighting, such as
on lighting of work places EN 12464-1 (revised 2011 edition),
on sports lighting EN 12193 (revised 2008 edition),
on emergency lighting EN 1838 (revised 2013 edition),
on basic terms and criteria for lighting EN 12665 (2016 edition) as well as
for measurement and presentation of photometric data of lamps and luminaires EN 13032 (parts 1 through 4) and particularly measurement and presentation of electrical, photometric and colorimetric parameters of LED lamps, modules, light engines and luminaires in operation with AC or DC voltage EN 13032-4 (2015 edition)
CEN states have valid, uniform standards for the most important areas of artificial lighting. The uniform regulations for Europe are an essential contribution to the harmonisation of the different standards and recommendations for the realm of artificial lighting in Europe.