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BS EN 13201-2:2003

Road lighting. Performance requirements

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : December 2003 Replaced By : BS EN 13201-2:2015

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BS EN 13201-2:2003 defines, according to photometric requirements, lighting classes for road lighting aimed at the visual needs of road users, and it considers environmental aspects of road lighting.

The lighting classes have been defined with consideration of road lighting standards in the various countries aimed at harmonization of requirements, where possible.

The requirements of the lighting classes reflect the category of road user in question or the type of road area.

Standard NumberBS EN 13201-2:2003
TitleRoad lighting. Performance requirements
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date11 December 2003
Withdrawn Date31 January 2016
Cross ReferencesEN 13201-3, EN 13201-4, prCEN/TR 13201-1, EN 12665, IEC 60050-845, CIE 115:1995
Replaced ByBS EN 13201-2:2015
International RelationshipsEN 13201-2:2003
Draft Superseded By98/202928 DC
DescriptorsRoad lighting, Lighting systems, Roads, Performance, Classification systems, Luminance, Glare, Lighting levels, Road safety, Environmental engineering, Luminaires, Pedestrian-crossing lights
Title in FrenchEclairage public. Exigences de performance
Title in GermanStrassenbeleuchtung. Guetemerkmale
ISBN0 580 430804
File Size336.7 KB

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