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  • AS 1680.2.3-1994

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    Interior lighting Educational and training facilities

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    Superseded date:  24-06-2021

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1994

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 1680.2.3-1994 INTERIOR LIGHTING - EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING FACILITIES
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    7 - FOREWORD
    8 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
    8 - 1.1 SCOPE
    8 - 1.2 APPLICATION
    8 - 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    9 - 1.4 DEFINITIONS
    9 - 1.4.1 Educational and training facilities
    10 - SECTION 2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR GOOD LIGHTING
    10 - 2.1 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
    11 - SECTION 3 TASK VISIBILITY
    11 - 3.1 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR VERY YOUNG OBSERVERS
    11 - 3.2 DIVERSITY OF TASKS
    11 - 3.3 NEED FOR FLEXIBILITY
    11 - 3.4 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED
    11 - 3.5 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SCREEN-BASED TASKS
    11 - 3.6 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR OVERHEAD PROJECTION TASKS
    12 - 3.7 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR VIDEO PROJECTION TASKS
    12 - 3.8 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR VIDEO MONITOR TASKS
    12 - 3.9 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SLIDE AND CINE PROJECTION
    12 - 3.10 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR VERY SMALL TASKS
    13 - 3.11 RECOMMENDED ILLUMINANCES
    14 - SECTION 4 DIRECTIONAL EFFECTS OF LIGHTING
    14 - SECTION 5 UNWANTED REFLECTIONS
    14 - 5.1 SPECIAL ADVICE ON SCREEN-BASED TASKS
    14 - SECTION 6 SURFACES
    14 - 6.1 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SCREEN-BASED TASKS
    14 - 6.2 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SINGLE-SIDE LIT CLASSROOMS
    14 - 6.3 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR LECTURE ROOMS
    15 - SECTION 7 LIGHT SOURCE COLOUR
    15 - 7.1 LAMP COLOUR APPEARANCE AND COLOUR RENDERING PROPERTIES
    15 - SECTION 8 GLARE AND RELATED EFFECTS
    15 - 8.1 MAXIMUM GLARE INDEX VALUES
    15 - SECTION 9 LIGHT SOURCES, LUMINAIRES AND CONTROL SYSTEMS
    15 - 9.1 SELECTION OF LIGHTING EQUIPMENT
    16 - SECTION 10 LIGHTING SYSTEMS
    16 - 10.1 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SCREEN-BASED TASKS
    16 - 10.2 DIVERSITY OF TASKS
    16 - 10.3 INTEGRATION OF DAYLIGHT AND ELECTRIC LIGHT
    16 - 10.4 GENERAL PURPOSE CLASSROOMS
    16 - 10.5 ART ROOMS
    17 - 10.6 CLASSROOMS FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED
    17 - 10.7 CLASSROOMS FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED
    17 - 10.8 DRAFTING ROOMS
    17 - 10.9 LABORATORIES
    17 - 10.10 SEWING ROOMS
    17 - 10.11 INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND CRAFTS WORKSHOPS
    17 - 10.12 COMPUTER TRAINING ROOMS
    18 - 10.13 LECTURE THEATRES
    19 - 10.14 AUDITORIUMS AND GENERAL PURPOSE HALLS
    19 - 10.14.1 General
    19 - 10.14.2 Seating area
    19 - 10.14.3 Aisle lighting
    19 - 10.14.4 Stage lighting
    20 - 10.14.5 Power supplies
    20 - 10.14.6 Projection boxes
    20 - 10.14.7 Other uses
    20 - 10.15 VIDEO CONFERENCING ROOMS
    20 - 10.16 CORRIDORS AND STAIRS
    20 - 10.17 FOOD SERVICE FACILITIES
    21 - 10.18 LIBRARIES AND LEARNING RESOURCE CENTRES
    21 - 10.19 FIRST AID FACILITIES
    21 - 10.20 OFFICES
    21 - 10.21 PHYSICAL EDUCATION SPACES
    21 - 10.22 SAFETY LIGHTING
    22 - SECTION 11 LIGHTING DESIGN PROCEDURE
    22 - SECTION 12 MAINTENANCE OF LIGHTING SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT
    23 - APPENDIX A - LIST OF REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
    23 - APPENDIX B - MEASUREMENT OF ILLUMINANCE
    23 - APPENDIX C - NOTES ON THE USE OF UTILIZATION FACTOR TABLES BY THE LIGHTING DESIGNER
    23 - APPENDIX D - NOTES ON CHANGES TO ILLUMINANCE RECOMMENDATIONS
    24 - APPENDIX E - SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
    24 - E1 INTRODUCTION
    24 - E2 RECOMMENDATIONS
    30 - APPENDIX F - BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES

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    Sets out recommendations for the lighting of interiors of buildings which provide facilities for structured learning or training programmes at all levels, from pre-school to tertiary and adult education centres. It is intended to be read in conjunction with the general recommendations of AS 1680.1.

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    This Standard sets out recommendations for the lighting of educational and training facilities. It is intended to be read in conjunction with the general recommendations of AS 1680.1 and with any applicable specific recommendations in the AS 1680.2 series.NOTE: Separate Standards covering the lighting of specific tasks and interiors will progressively be issued to form the AS 1680.2 series (see Preface).This Standard, in general, contains material that adds to or amends the recommendations in AS 1680.1. The use of this Standard without reference to AS 1680.1 is a misapplication of the Standard.

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    Committee LG-001
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note See also AS 1680.2.0-1990
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Supersedes
    Under Revision

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    First published as part of AS (E)CA501-1942.Revised and redesignated AS CA30-1957.Second edition 1965.Revised and redesignated AS 1680-1976.AS 1680-1976 revised and redesignated in part as AS 1680.2.0-1990.AS 1680.2.0-1990 revised in part and redesignated AS 1680.2.3-1994. First published as part of AS (E)CA501-1942. Revised and redesignated AS CA30-1957. Second edition 1965. Revised and redesignated AS 1680-1976. AS 1680-1976 revised and redesignated in part as AS 1680.2.0-1990. AS 1680.2.0-1990 revised in part and redesignated AS 1680.2.3-1994.

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    AS 1680.1-1990 Interior lighting - General principles and recommendations
    AS 2560.2.2-1986 Guide to sports lighting Lighting of multipurpose indoor sports centres
    AS 1680.2.2-1994 Interior lighting Office and screen-based tasks
    AS 1680.2.1-1993 Interior lighting Circulation spaces and other general areas
    AS 2293.1-2005 Emergency escape lighting and exit signs for buildings - System design, installation and operation
    AS 1318-1985 Use of colour for the marking of physical hazards and the identification of certain equipment in industry (known as the SAA Industrial Safety Colour Code) (incorporating Amdt 1)
    AS 2293.1-1987 Emergency evacuation lighting in buildings - Design and installation
    AS/NZS 1680.1:2006 Interior and workplace lighting General principles and recommendations
    AS 1485-1983 Safety and health in workrooms of educational establishments

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