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(NO LONGER AVAILABLE) Nomenclature and Definitions for Illuminating Engineering

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Publication Date: 1 January 2010
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Illuminating engineering, strictly speaking, comprises the production, measurement and application of light, or radiant energy within the limits of the visual spectrum. Since, however, most light sources furnish radiant energy also in the adjoining infrared and ultraviolet regions, and since many lamp-type devices are used for the production of radiant energy in these regions, it is customary to include the infrared and ultraviolet within the province of the illuminating engineer.

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RP-16
January 1, 2010
(NO LONGER AVAILABLE) Nomenclature and Definitions for Illuminating Engineering
Illuminating engineering, strictly speaking, comprises the production, measurement and application of light, or radiant energy within the limits of the visual spectrum. Since, however, most light...
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