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www.osram.com | www.siteco.com Luminaire Solutions Interior Lighting 2014 / 2015 15 Appendix Licht ist OSRAM

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15 Appendix | Contents 15.1

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Appendix | Contents 15 Contents 1 Photometric data explanations 15.3 2 Emission angles 15.8 3 Explanation of symbols 15.10 4 Lamp technology 15.19 5 Lamp data 15.21 6 Information on the energy consumption designation 15.25 7 Single battery 15.31 8 Light Solutions Center – LSC 15.33 9 LIGHTIFY™ Pro 15.34 10.1 Order number index – OSRAM–Siteco 15.35 10.2 Order number index – Siteco–OSRAM 15.59 11 General business conditions 15.83 12 Guarantee declarations 15.83 15.2

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15 Appendix | Photometric data explanations 1 P hotometric data explanations 1 | φ: Luminous flux of lamp in [lm] S = 0.25 x H: axis distance of lumi- The specifications in the photo- according to lamp manufacturer naires among each other. This is not metric data are based on measure- specifications, measured at 25°C realistic but is used for the specifica- ment results with goniophotome- ambient temperature and unshielded. tion of the table. ters and Ulbricht spheres With LED, the net luminaire luminous With luminaires having more than 15% according to valid measurement flux indirect component, these are deter- criteria and are only significant for mined with 50cm suspension distance the specified luminaire type in 2 | Quantity, type and light color of from ceiling. combination with the specified lamp, usually according to the ZVEI The UGR process cannot be used for light sources. Depending on the lamp designation system luminaires with more than 65% indirect type of luminaire, the most component. reasonable or possible specifica- 3 | Light distribution as polar curve. tions are selected. Specification of γ angle in [°] 8 | Luminaire light output ratio ηLB in Specification of luminous intensities [%]: More detailed photometric speciﬁ ca- I in [cd/klm]. This specifies how much (%) of the tions for all products at The actual luminous intensities are cal- luminous flux Φ of the lamps actually www.siteco.com culated via multiplication with luminous leaves the luminaire at an ambient tem- flux of the lamp in [lm] divided by 1000. perature of 25°C. Siteco specifies this 12 | Imax : maximum value of luminous in- The centre of the auxiliary circle (scale at 100% for luminaires with LED (see 1). tensity I in [cd/klm] and γ angle at which of luminous intensities I) or initial point this is emitted. of the auxiliary lines (scale of γ angle) is 9 | φq: component of luminous flux the light focal point of the luminaire or emitted to the lower hemisphere 13 | α50%: half-peak divergence in [°]. median point of the light emission (direct component, γ ≤ 90°), in [%] from This specifies at which angle the lumi- a perture total luminous flux φx ηLB leaving the nous intensity I still consists of 50% of luminaire. the maximum value. 4 | Continuous line: α10%: One-tenth peak divergence in [°]. Luminous intensities I at C180° 10 | φq: component of luminous flux This speciﬁ es at which angle the Dotted line: emitted to the upper hemisphere luminous intensity I still consists of 10% Luminous intensities I at C270° (indirect component, γ > 90°), in [%] of the maximum value. from total luminous flux φx ηLB leaving Angle speciﬁ cations usually deﬁ ne the 5 | Continuous line: the luminaire. sum of angles in the levels CO° and Luminous intensities I at C0° C180° or C90° and C270°, e.g. 2 x 10° Dotted line: 11 | Luminance levels L at luminaire in Luminous intensities I at C90° [cd/m2] on levels C0° and C180° or 14 | Light distribution as Cartesian C90° and C270° with various γ angles: d iagram with levels C0° and C180°, 6 | Order number of luminaire, with L80: luminance with γ = 80°, and C90° and C270° accessories where applicable L70: luminance with γ = 70°, L65: luminance with γ = 65° 7 | UGR value: Specification for direct VDU-compliant glare reduction (CAT) glare control (unified glare rating) with when for γ ≥ 65° the following applies indoor luminaires. Extract from the in all C levels: standard table for room width X = 4x L < 1000cd/m2, L < 1500cd/m2 or H, room length Y = 8x H, with reflec- L < 3000cd/m2, depending on tion factors ρceiling = 70%, ρwall = 50% luminance and polarity of the screen. and ρfloor = 20% See EN 12461-1, tab. 4 H: distance between eye level of seat- ed viewer (1.2m) and luminaire level. Value left: with luminaire/lamp axis p arallel to X, across direction of view. Value right: with luminaire/lamp axis parallel to Y and along direction of view. 15.3

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Appendix | Photometric data explanations 15 Light distribution curve 6 /6(% [7: 2IOP 1 8 9 10 3 K/%Ip In /XPLQDQFHYDOXHVFGP 11 & & / 4 5 / / 8*5 7 ;+<+U6+ FGNOP Supplementary photometric explanations for downlights and suspended hall luminaires 5NJ60031DN + 5NJ332000 + 5NJ300000 η/% φ ,PD[FGNOPDWγ 12 /XPLQDQFHYDOXHVFGP & / / / α [ 13 α [ 8*5 ;+<+ρ6+ Supplementary photometric explanations for narrow-distribution spotlights/projectors for outdoor applications 75$.'1 [+,77&&(:* IOP 14 K/% ,PD[FGNOPDWJ /XPLQDQFHYDOXHVFGP & 14 / / / D [ D [ 8*5 FGNOP ;+<+U6+ 15.4

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15 Appendix | Photometric data explanations Supplementary photometric explanations for asymmetric floodlights 1$(7% [+,7K:FIOP FGNOP FGNOP ,PD[FGNOP7LOW 16 3 15 15 $& % FGNOP FGNOP ,PD[FGNOP7LOW 1 5 | Light distribution as Cartesian 16 | Inclination: with floodlights, the Some luminaires were measured with diagram with levels A0° (identical with luminaire is tilted before measuring so C levels; here, no tilt is specified. The levels C0° and C180°) and level B0° far that the maximum in levels A0 and tilt angle in the Cartesian diagram B0 with α/β = 0°. c orresponds to the angle to which the In this way, the width of the light emis- floodlight in the polar curve emits light sion can be more precisely determined asymmetrically to the vertical. than with a measurement with C lev- els, thus enabling a higher measurement accuracy. Light cone diagram In the case of rotationally symmetric 17 18 19 20 distribution luminaires, the light cone +P ÕP (PD[O[ (PO[ diagram describes the illuminance values occurring on the measuring plane with respect to the distance to the luminaire, vertically to the light direction. The cone shell and thus the circular intersections between cone and planes are described by the half-peak divergence, i.e. the angle at which the light output is stil 50% of the maximum light output. Within these circles, the medial i luminance Em and the maximal i lluminance Emax are speciﬁ ed with a maintenance factor of 0.8. maintenance factor = 0.8 17 | Distance of plane to luminaire 19 | Maximal horizontal illuminance in [m] Emax in the light cone in [lx] 18 | Diameter of light cone in [m] 20 | Mean horizontal illuminance Em in the light cone in [lx] 15.5

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Appendix | Photometric data explanations 15 Isolux curves/individual luminaire Isolux curves represent illuminance 0RXQWLQJKHLJKWP7LOW d istribution upon virtual or real surfaces, O[ e.g. on a road, on a floor or a wall. Points of equal illuminance E in [lx] ('Isolux') are connected with a curve. The illuminance values depend on the distance between the luminaire and the surface. A maintenance factor of 0.8 is applied. Isolux curves demonstrate the effect of the lighting characteristics of a luminaire (rotosymmetric/asymmetric/ linear). P Number of luminaires in the room A tabular representation of the required number of luminaires 1RRIOXPLQDLUHVLQURRP per square metre for a speciﬁ ed nominal horizontal illuminance 5HIOHFWLRQIDFWRUV value Em in [lx], on the working plane 0.75 m for two s tandard mounting heights Lh [m]. With surface-mounted and (PO[ recessed luminaires, the mounting height corresponds to the /KP room height. With suspended luminaires, the room height Rh P increases compared to the mounting height Lh by the length P of suspension. These values are based on standard reflec- P tion factors ρceiling = 70%, ρwall = 50%, ρfloor = 20% and a P maintenance factor of 0.8. For calculating the tabular values P according to other lamp variations, the speciﬁ ed number of P luminaires in the table must be multiplied by the correspond- P ing factor. 0DLQWHQDQFHIDFWRU 5K /K Isolux curves/workstation illumination Ofﬁce with double workstation The Isolux diagram represents the distribution of the Room 5 x 3.5 x 2.7m, working plane h 0.75m h orizontal illuminance E in [lx] upon a virtual plane at a height of 0.75m above the ﬂ oor (the working plane). An all-round distance of 0.5m to the wall surface is main- tained. Points of equal illuminance (“Isolux”) are connected with a curve. A standard ofﬁ ce room is used with a length of 5m, width of 3.5m and a clearance height of 2.7m. The room surfaces have reﬂ ection values of ρceiling = 80%, ρwall = 50%, ρfloor = 30%. The room contains a double workstation with a table length of 1.6m and a table width of 2 x 0.8m. The room is illumi- nated with a ﬂ oorstanding luminaire. A maintenance factor Reﬂection grade 80/50/30, maintenance factor 0.8 of 0.8 was used. Below the diagram, the medial horizontal Em room 447lx Em table 643lx i lluminance Em in [lx] is speciﬁ ed within the room or on the table surface at a height of 0.75m. 15.6

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15 Appendix | Photometric data explanations Isolux curves/room illumination The Isolux diagram represents the distribution of the hori- Ofﬁce with double workstation Room 5 x 3.5 x 2.7m, working plane h 0.75m zontal illuminance E in [lx] upon a virtual plane at a height of 0.75m above the floor (the working plane). An all-round d istance of 0.5m to the wall surface is maintained. Points of equal illuminance (“Isolux”) are connected with a curve. A standard office room is used with a length of 5m, a width of 3.5m and a clearance height of 2.7m. The room surfaces have reflection values of ρceiling =70%, ρwal = 50%, ρﬂ oor = 20%. The room contains a double workstation with a table length of 1.6m and a table width of 2 x 0.8m. The room is illu- Reﬂection grade 70/50/30, maintenance factor 0.8 minated with three direct/indirect-distribution suspended Em room 481lx Em table 535lx luminaires. A maintenance factor of 0.8 was used. Below the diagram, the medial horizontal illuminance Em in [lx] is speciﬁ ed within the room or on the work surface at a height of 0.75m. According to EN 12464-1, the following uniform values g1 = Emin /Em must be maintained: area of visual task: g1 ≥ 0.6; immediate vicinity: g1 ≥ 0.4 EN 12464-1 Isolux curves/wallwasher table Planning parameter Presentation luminaires within the room 5DC11JD7VL355H 30 W DL Proximity (DW) 1m Reﬂection grade 70/50/20 lx DW Maintenance factor 0.8 30 Height 3m 50 150 75 100 DW (m) 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.25 1.50 1.50 Distance luminaire/wall in m DW (m) 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.25 1.50 1.50 DL (m) 0.75 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.25 1.50 DL (m) 0.75 1.00 1.00 1.25 1.25 1.50 Distance luminaire/vertical luminaire EnE n(l x(l)x) 240 232030 198198151 15129 112294 124 Medial vertical illuminance value The Isolux diagram represents the The room surfaces have the reflection The table shows the medial vertical distribution of the vertical illuminance factors ρ ceiling = 70%, ρ wall = 50%, illuminance values Em in [lx] of two lumi- Ev in [lx] upon a virtual wall surface of ρ floor = 20%. naires with the speciﬁ ed distance to the 3x 3m or 6x 6m height (vertical working The wall is targeted with a luminaire wall (DW) and the distance of luminaire plane). with asymmetric distribution, positioned to luminaire (DL). Points of equal illuminance (“Isolux”) with a speciﬁ ed distance to the wall A maintenance factor of 0.8 was used. are connected with a curve. (DW) and centric to the wall. 15.7

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Appendix | Emission angles 15 2 Emission angles 50% lmax lmax 50% lmax lmax 50% lmax lmax _50% to 2x 2.5° _50% to 2x 10° _50% to 2x 20° parallel distribution extremely narrow distribution narrow distribution 50% lmax lmax 50% lmax lmax 50% lmax lmax _50% to 2x 30° _50% to 2x 50° _50% over 2x 50° medium distribution wide distribution extremely wide distribution 50% lmax lmax lmax 50% lmax _50% over 2x 60° _50% clearly above 2x 90° diffuse distribution with opal cover open distribution with almost unlimited light emission For specifying the beam distribution character- divergence of α50%. This speciﬁ es at which angle istics of Siteco luminaires, the designations the luminous intensity I still consists of 50% of the specified above are used with a half-peak maximum value. 15.8

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15 Appendix | Explanation of symbols 15.9

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