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CLOSE THIS BOOKLighting Installation - Basic vocational knowledge (Institut fr Berufliche Entwicklung, 164 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. General Remarks on Lighting Installations
2. Elements
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.1. Basic Terms in Lighting Engineering
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2. The Eye and its Visual Capacity
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.3. Colour, Light and Space
2.4. Quality Characteristics of Lighting
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4.1. Indoor Lighting
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4.2. Outdoor Lighting
3. Calculation of Illuminance
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.1. Luminous Flux Method for Interior Space
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2. Luminous Intensity Method - for Rotation-Symmetrical Lighting Fittings
4. Measurements at Lighting Installations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1. General Remarks
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2. Illuminance Measuring
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3. Luminous Density Measuring
5. Light Sources for Illuminating Purposes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.1. General Remarks
5.2. Thermal Radiation Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2.1. Genera1-Service Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2.2. Shaped Lamps for Technical and Decorative Purposes, Tube Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2.3. Projection Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2.4. Halogen-Filled Incandescent Lamps
5.3. Discharge Lamps
5.3.1. Low-Pressure Lamps
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3.1.1. Tubalar Fluorescent Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3.1.2. Sodium Vapour Lamps
5.3.2. High-Pressure Lamps
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3.2.1. Mercury-Vapour Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3.2.2. Halogen Metal Vapour Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3.2.3. Sodium Vapour Lamps
6. Operating Components for Discharge Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.2. Starter Switches
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.3. Ignition Sets
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.4. Compensating Capacitors
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.5. Intensity Control of Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7. Comparative Tabulations of the Properties and Energy Consumption of Lamps
8. Lighting Fittings
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.1. Protection Classes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.2. Degrees of Protection
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.3. Efficiency of a Fitting
8.4. Kinds of Lighting Fittings
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8.4.1. Functional Lighting Fittings for Indoor Lighting
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.1.1. General Lighting Fittings
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.1.2. Local Lamps
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.1.3. Flameproof and Explosion-proof Lighting Fittings
8.4.2. Outdoor-Lighting Fittings
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.2.1. Street Lighting Lanterns
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.2.2. Decorative Outdoor-Lighting Fittings
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.2.3. Floodlights and Spotlights
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.3. Lighting Fittings for Representation Purposes and Housing Space
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8.4.4. Lighting Fittings for Special Purposes
9. Commercial Lighting Fittings
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9.1. Self-Luminous Lighting Installations
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.1.1. Cold-Cathode Tubes (High-Voltage Fluorescent Lamps)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.1.2. Operating Components
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.2. Transilluminated Lighting Installations
9.3. Illuminated Installations
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.3.1. Lighting Installations in Sales Rooms
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.3.2. Shop-window Lighting
10. Mounting of Lighting Installations
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.1. Mounting of Indoor-Lighting Installations
10.2. Factory Lighting - an Example of Indoor-Lighting Installations
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.2.1. Metal Working Factories
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.2.2. Textile Mills
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.2.3. Agriculture
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.2.4. Summary Hints for Practice
10.3. Outdoor Lighting Installations Demonstrated by the Example of Industrial Building
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.3.1. Criteria for Quality Assessment of Outdoor Lighting Installations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.3.2. Production Areas
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.3.3. Storage Areas
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.3.4. Building Site Lighting
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10.3.5. Summary Hints for Practice
11. Inspection and Repair of Lighting Installations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.1. General Remarks
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.2. Depreciation Factors
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.3. Time of Maintenance
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.4. Carrying out of Maintenance
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.6. Auxiliary Means for Maintenance
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.7. Hints for Practice
VIEW THE DOCUMENT12. Answers to the Questions for Repetition and Knowledge Tests