BS EN 13201-4:2015 - Road lighting. Methods of measuring lighting performance

BS EN 13201-4:2015

Road lighting. Methods of measuring lighting performance

Status : Current, Project Underway   Published : January 2016



This European Standard specifies measurement conditions and procedures for measuring the photometric quality parameters of road lighting installations, i.e. the quantities that quantify their performances in accordance with EN 13201‑2 lighting classes.

Parameters used for quantifying the energy performance of road lighting installations are not considered.

A methodology to evaluate the road lighting performances considering tolerances in the design parameters is described in the informative Annex A.

Standard NumberBS EN 13201-4:2015
TitleRoad lighting. Methods of measuring lighting performance
StatusCurrent, Project Underway
Publication Date31 January 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 13201-2, EN 13201-3:2015, BS EN 12665:2018, EN 12665:2018, EN 13032-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/IEC Guide 98-4, CIE 198:2011, CIE 144:2001, CIE 66:1984, ISO/IEC Guide 98-1:2009, ISO/IEC 17025, CIE 47:1979, CIE S 023/E:2013, ISO/IEC Guide 98-3:2008, EN ISO/IEC 17025, CIE 194:2011, CEN/TR 13201-1:2014, ISO/IEC Guide 99:2007
ReplacesBS EN 13201-4:2003
International RelationshipsEN 13201-4:2015
Draft Superseded By13/30284241 DC
DescriptorsPhotometry (light measurement), Luminance, Roads, Performance testing, Road lighting, Lighting systems, Luminaires, Test equipment, Lighting levels, Performance, Reports
Title in FrenchÉclairage public. Méthodes de mesure des performances photométriques
Title in GermanStraßenbeleuchtung. Methoden zur Messung der Gütemerkmale von Straßenbeleuchtungsanlagen
ISBN978 0 580 88060 5
File Size1.289 MB

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