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Reference values for illumination

The binding DIN and EN standards are published by Beuth Verlag, Berlin.

Basic illumination standards

DIN EN 12665
“Light and lighting – Basic terms and criteria for specifying lighting requirements”

DIN EN 13032-2
“Light and lighting – Measurement and presentation of photometric data of lamps and luminaires – Part 2: Presentation of data for indoor and outdoor work places”

DIN EN 13032-3
“Light and illumination – Measurement and presentation of photometric data of lamps and luminaires – Part 3: Presentation of data for emergency lighting of workplaces”

DIN EN 13032-4
“Light and illumination – Measurement and presentation of photometric data of lamps and luminaires – Part 4: LED lamps, modules and luminaires”

DIN EN 18 38
“Applied lighting technology – emergency lighting”

DIN EN 60529
“Housing protection classes (IP code)”

DIN EN 60598-1
“Luminaires – Part 1: General requirements and tests”

DIN VDE 0100
“Provisions for the erection of low-voltage electrical installations”


Standards for outdoors

DIN EN 12193
“Light and illumination - Sports lighting”

DIN EN 12464-2
“Light and lighting - Lighting of work places,
Part 2: Outdoor work places”

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DIN EN 13201
“Street lighting”

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DIN EN 67523
“Illumination of pedestrian crossings with additional light sources”

DIN EN 67524
“Illumination of road tunnels and underpasses”

ASR A3.4
“Technical rules for workplaces”


Standards for indoors

DIN 5034
“Daylight in interiors”

DIN 5034
“Illumination with artificial light”

DIN EN 12193
“Light and illumination - Sports lighting”

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DIN EN 12464-1
“Light and Lighting – Lighting of work places,
Part 1: Indoor work places”

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DIN EN 15193
“Energy performance of buildings – Energy requirements for illumination”

Rule BGR 131 adopted by German statutory accident insurance institutions
“Natural and artificial lighting of workplaces”

ASR A3.4
“Technical rules for workplaces”