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CEN - EN 15193-1

Energy performance of buildings - Energy requirements for lighting - Part 1: Specifications, Module M9

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Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 April 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 106
ICS Code (Lighting in general): 91.160.01
ICS Code (Other installations in buildings): 91.140.99
ICS Code (Thermal insulation of buildings): 91.120.10
scope:

This standard specifies the methodology for evaluating the energy performance of lighting systems for providing general illumination in residential and non-residential buildings and for calculating or measuring the amount of energy required or used for lighting in buildings. The method may be applied to new, existing or refurbished buildings. It also provides a methodology (LENI) as the measure of the energy efficiency of the lighting installations in buildings.

This standard does not cover lighting requirements, the design of lighting systems, the planning of lighting installations, the characteristics of lighting equipment (lamps, control gear and luminaires) and systems used for display lighting, desk lighting or luminaires built into furniture. This standard does not provide any procedure for the dynamic simulation of lighting scene setting.

Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000-1.

NOTE In CEN ISO/TR 52000-2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.

The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively. See also Clause 2.

Document History

EN 15193-1
April 1, 2017
Energy performance of buildings - Energy requirements for lighting - Part 1: Specifications, Module M9
This standard specifies the methodology for evaluating the energy performance of lighting systems for providing general illumination in residential and non-residential buildings and for calculating...

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