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Light in industry and engineering


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CONTENTS

A P P L I C AT I O N A R E A S

4–17

L I G H T A S A P R O D U C T I O N FA C T O R

Automotive industry

6–7, 23, 28, 61

Pharmaceutical/

31–33, 35, 58

Fourfold benefits for customers

4–5

Commentary: Setting standards – BMW’s

6–7

Leipzig plant

chemical Industry Metal working

17, 20–29, 34, 60

References

Woodworking

16, 27, 33, 35, 61

Trends: Modular construction, light and safety

10–13

Criteria affecting decision-making:

14–17

Electrical engineering 16, 27, 31, 44–47, 58 Printing plants

23, 33, 44–45, 60

Textile processing

8–9

Height of bay, activity and working hours

33, 61

18–55

A P P L I C AT I O N A R E A S

Foodstuffs and beverages Logistics

31–32, 35, 59 38–41, 58

Light for manufacturing Manufacturing by hand

20–23

Machine manufacturing

24–27

Automated manufacturing

28–29

Protection requirements

30–35

Light for logistics Warehouses and despatch areas

38–39

Lighting management scenarios

40–41

Light for accuracy Laboratories, measurement and

44–47

inspection workstations Light for orientation and safety Stairways, corridor areas, outdoor areas

50–51

Emergency lighting

52–55 56–61

LIGHTING DESIGN

Standard values for lighting in accordance IMPRINT Publisher: Zumtobel Staff GmbH, Dornbirn/Austria Concept: Jan Riha, Strategic Marketing Editor: “die 3” Agency Carsten Tessmer, Marketing Communications Design: “die 3” Agency Marketing Communications Reproduction, even partial, prohibited without the publisher’s permission © 2004 Zumtobel Staff GmbH, Dornbirn/Austria

with EN 12464

58–61


Increasing safety

all relevant areas. Actually,

Greater sustainability

innovative lighting solutions

lighting solution. Sustainability pays for itself in the long run.

Occupational safety now

are making their contribution

Calculated over its entire life

Nevertheless, many business

plays an increasingly important

towards improving safety and

cycle, the operating costs of a

owners do not have up-to-date

role especially in production

hence profitability. This in-

building are five to seven times

information on building data

areas and storage buildings –

cludes floor-oriented escape

its original investment cost.

needed in order to minimise

because of employers’ res-

route lighting and night time

This is sufficient reason in itself

costs selectively. Lighting sol-

ponsibilities to employees as

lighting concepts that allow

to give timely consideration to

utions with innovative lighting

well as for commercial reasons.

security patrols or video

subsequent operating costs

and control systems can be of

This growth in the importance

monitoring with optimised

compared with the cost of

help in such situations by, for

of safety is reflected in a large

use of energy.

installing a lighting solution

instance, providing automated

number of official government

from the outset, at the design

status reports and service

regulations. For instance,

stage. Energy budget, service

displays, and by controlling

several virtual fire zones may

life, maintenance intervals and,

illuminance in a way which is

be required for larger produc-

not least, disposal costs are

appropriate to needs and

tion bays, and emergency

important factors that determine

maintenance or by providing

lighting systems must cover

the economic efficiency of a

energy-saving programs.


FOUR ISSUES, FOUR BENEFITS FOR CUSTOMERS

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Safety Costs Flexibility Productivity Process optimisation

lighting. This demands a maxi-

On average, companies adapt

Modern lighting solutions

Good production results

improve productivity by

their production processes

respond quickly and reliably

depend crucially on the work

matching the lighting to the

and structures to meet new

to changing challenges if, for

capabilities and commitment

differing requirements of par-

requirements or advances in

example, individual working

of employees. The right light

ticular activities, taking into

technology every two years.

groups are reorganised, lo-

helps enhance motivation,

account biodynamic factors.

Statistics prove that the inter-

cations of machines are re-

prevent fatigue and avoid

This has consequences that

vals between such changes

defined, and even if the use

accidents at work. Lighting

have an economic pay-off.

and improvements are getting

of an entire production bay,

needs vary from one individual

shorter and shorter due to the

and hence the escape route

to another depending on the

dictates of modifications to

concept, changes.

nature of the visual task to

Higher quality

mum degree of flexibility.

high productivity. Modern lighting systems assist and

production layouts, fluctuating

be performed. The special

capacity utilisation, changed

demands imposed by shift

workflows and flexitime

work also impose quite parti-

schemes. This also imposes

cular requirements in terms of

changing requirements on

good lighting conducive to


Setting standards BMW’s Leipzig plant

Karin Kronthaler As Senior Editor of the “industrieBAU” trade magazine, Karin Kronthaler has been observing and commenting on technical and process-oriented developments in the planning, construction and cost-effective operation of industrial, commercial and administrative buildings since 2001.

In the truest sense of the word, the automotive industry is the real engine that drives the level of business activity in the German economy and therefore enjoys considerable political power. In recent years hardly any decision on where to site a production facility has been awaited with as much excitement as that to build a new BMW AG vehicle manufacturing plant. Eventually the decision went to Leipzig, which was unanimously declared BMW’s production site in Germany. The BMW Group also stressed its obligation to engage in economic activity on a sustainable basis, making sparing use of precious resources. Besides deploying modern environmentally compatible technologies, the layout of the plant was also designed with environmental considerations in mind. Flexibility Sustainability means thinking far beyond the horizons of a product lifecycle that can last anything from five to seven years. BMW’s plant in Leipzig will produce vehicles in this region over a period of many decades and will need future-proof, flexible structures and organisations in order to achieve this. The plant is being built in a manner which will facilitate expansion and structural alterations at any time. Using resources sparingly means making use of water, energy and all other media in ways that are as efficient and environmentally friendly as possible. With its new plant, BMW is creating a highly flexible, modern manufacturing facility that offers the best possible platform for efficient, quality-oriented processes. The way in which the buildings are laid out and the way that the production workflow is organised will also foster communication between employees and hence boost the quality of products. Arge IFB Dr. Braschel AG and WPW Ingenieure GmbH took care of the complete planning for the 200 hectare plot in Leipzig. The building project includes a bodyshop, paintshop, assembly area, office building, logistics centres, energy centre, measuring and test track and infrastructure facilities. Atmosphere The open design of the office building that forms the heart of the plot and has a total building area of roughly 25,000 square metres exudes transparency. The successful winners of the competition to design the facility were London architect Zaha Hadid and the landscape design firm Gross.Max from Edinburgh. The judges were particularly pleased with the proposed idea that vehicle bodies would move past the office building several times during the production process. This will make production a transparent process that can be experienced by employees


COMMENT

and visitors alike. The extraordinary design and the high level of workplace quality in the exciting design scheme are also said to be particularly impressive. Quality Building on the exacting quality requirements that BMW imposes on its buildings and facilities, the building developer also laid down clear guidelines for the lighting. There was a high level of awareness of the special importance of lighting as a vital integral part of the production process and working environment. In cooperation with BMW, Zumtobel Staff developed special luminaires that can cope with these demanding requirements. Used in all production areas, these luminaires stand out thanks to their high protection rating, light output ratio and the use of highly reliable, trouble-free electronic ballasts. “Zumtobel Staff became involved as a new supplier and was flexible enough to design a BMW luminaire to meet our requirements” explains a happy Herbert Czuchal, BMW’s specialist in charge of electrical engineering. Economic efficiency That a manufacturer was involved so comprehensively was due to the fact that, among other things, a luminaire range with an extensive product line was already available. This meant that there was no problem in meeting the BMW Group’s requirement that lighting systems installed in open, adjacent areas had to match each other in terms of the types of luminaires in the main area. Zumtobel Staff coordinated the lighting systems in all the different types of building – clear, uncomplicated design together with high levels of lighting quality and flexibility spoke for themselves. “The Austrians also offered an attractive price-performance ratio and also have a reputation for being extremely innovative” says Czuchal. Cooperative collaboration with Zumtobel Staff Technical Support has progressed so well that joint consideration is now being given to how lighting effects can be used to set the stage for final assembly when the substructure, body and engine unit are put together. “We’re still working on that”. Trial operation will begin from mid 2004 onwards. Serious production will start in early 2005. Efficiency analyses and energy audits will establish, over the years, the extent to which innovative lighting systems and intelligent lighting management have a positive influence on costs and productivity in industry.

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Strobel Bau, Weiz/Austria

SEW Eurodrive, Vienna/Austria Client: SEW Eurodrive GmbH,

Metas, Berne/CH

Client: Strobel Bau, Weiz

Vienna

Architects: Fruhmann &

Architects: Martin Kohlbauer,

Partner, Graz

Vienna

Client: Bundesamt für Bauten

Lighting solution: LUXMATE

Lighting solution: ZX, CLARIS,

und Logistik, Berne

daylight-based control system,

PANOS, TOL, LUXMATE day-

Architects: Metron AG, Archi-

MELLOW LIGHT IV, PANOS,

light-based control system

tekturbüro, Brugg

MIROS, STARFLEX, FZ, COPA,

Electrical design: W + S Elektro

SICURO

AG, Rohr Lighting solution: ZX T16, ZX T26, LUXMATE Basic

Further references:

Switzerland

Austria

Christ AG, Aesch

Carinthia Printing House, St. Veith

SBB, Zurich

Doppelmayr, Wolfurt

SIGG, Behringen

Gradwohl, Melk

SWISS, Zurich

Lagermax, Salzburg

Tobler AG, Münchenbuchsee

Maschinenfabrik Engel, Schwertberg Fildan Kunststofferzeugung, Wiener Neustadt Post Office Distribution Centre, Vienna Quehenberger, Traiskirchen Gradwohl, Melk Mareto, Parndorf

References and information specific to particular countries can also be found on Zumtobel Staff’s individual country portals on the Internet:

www.zumtobelstaff.co.uk www.zumtobelstaff.se

www.zumtobelstaff.us www.zumtobelstaff.ca

www.zumtobelstaff.com.au


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REFERENCES

Rolls-Royce, Goodwood/UK Client: Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Architects: Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners, London

Würth, Tramin/Italy Boehringer Ingelheim, Biberach on the Rhine/ Germany

Lighting design: NAT Neuberger

Client: Würth Italien, Tramin Architects: Walter Pichler & Partner, Bozen Lighting design: Studio I.M.,

Anlagen-Technik AG, Dachau

Client: Boehringer Ingelheim

Meinhard von Lutz, Klausen

Lighting solution: TECTON, ZX,

Pharma AG

Lighting solution: TECTON,

MIROS, LIGHTTOOLS, FZ, FT,

Architects: Sauerbruch Hutton,

MELLOW LIGHT IV, LUXMATE

AERO, COPA, CLARIS, LNPE,

Berlin/London

Professional

DL3000, DL4000, MIREL REK-D,

Lighting solution: TECTON,

MIREL FEW, KXA, TOL, NWA,

SLOTLIGHT, LUXMATE Profes-

XENO, CARDAN, QUARTOS,

sional

SLOTLIGHT, LEDOS, PANOS, PHAOS-L, ARCADE, ACTIVE LIGHT FIELD

Germany

Italy

United Kingdom

Felsenkeller Brewery, Herfurt

Benetton, Treviso

Walmart Asda Distribution Centres

BMW, Leipzig

Campagnolo, Vicenza

Asda George

BMW Motor Cycle Works, Berlin

Cosmogas, Forlì

Argos Distribution Centre

Carl Zeiss, Göttingen

Poliform, Lurago d’Erba

Sainsburys, Dartford

EADS Airbus, Bremen/Stade

Prada, Arezzo

B&Q

Experimental factory, Magdeburg

Filtrati Spa, Rovereto

Focus DIY

Gronbach, Wasserburg

Penguin Books

VW “Transparent Factory”, Dresden

H & M Clothing

3 M, Kamen

Walkers Snack Foods, Production & Distribution Clarkes Shoes Scanstick, Leeds Imperial College Research Laboratories


Modular construction planning Prepared for any changes

Solutions for flexible manufacturing

Production structures • Expandable modules • Area-based manufacturing • Group work • Flexible capacity utilisation, 60 to 140 % • Flexitime schemes

Lighting design • Task area-related general lighting • Fitting the right light sources and adaptable reflector technology • Dimmable, built-in emergency lighting system

Changes to manufacturing layout • Measurement and inspection workstations • Automated manufacturing • Responsibilities for specific areas • Illumination of pathways • Structural extensions

Production facilities are currently

changes or if production is

systems with an extensive range

planned essentially on the basis

expanded. Modern lighting solu-

of reflectors and lamps as well

of analysis of the future manu-

tions are ready to cope with

as special current conducting

facturing structure. This is

any changes. They respond

sections ensure that there is

usually modular so that it can

flexibly to new requirements,

always the right light just where

be altered as quickly and effort-

thereby allowing the lighting to

it is needed.

lessly as possible to suit new

be optimised to suit particular

circumstances in the event of

visual tasks: modular lighting


TRENDS: MODULAR CONSTRUCTION

Solutions for flexible control

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Changes in production demand

can be controlled individually or

digital control technology make

changes to lighting. Previously

in groups and their light can be

important operating data available

this was not possible without

controlled appropriately according

for facility management. In addi-

expensive rewiring. In contrast,

to requirements – quite simply

tion, digital luminaires can be

innovative lighting solutions

and without switch cabinets –

used as emergency luminaires

exploit the “intelligence” of

from a master control area.

without any problem.

modern luminaires and their

Thanks to talk-back functionality,

digital control gear so that they

lighting systems combined with

Operation from master control area • Shift-based • Employee-based • Quality-based • Luminaires can be addressed electronically – individually or as groups

Central luminaire reporting • Maintenance cycles • Trouble ticketing • Energy consumption analyses • Constant illuminance throughout maintenance interval

Each luminaire is a potential emergency luminaire • Increased illuminance for workstations associated with particular potential risks • Adjustable emergency lighting level in DC mode • Optimum battery design from the outset at time of planning • Night time & stairway lighting


Emergency lighting concepts Well thought-out design

Decisions about the emergency

Integrating the emergency

lighting concept are usually

lighting into the general lighting

taken at an early stage during

is the best solution and also

construction. Construction law

provides huge economic

and statutory provisions are

benefits:

criteria that are just as important as cost components. However, the latter have to be assessed holistically throughout the entire lifecycle of a building rather than

• Locally positioned individual systems reduce fire loads and the installation effort. • DALI compatibility makes it

in isolation. From this viewpoint,

possible to completely integrate

not only investment and operating

emergency lighting into the

costs need to be accounted for,

general lighting system. In this

expenditure on laying cables

way, alterations to emergency

offering appropriate fire pro-

lighting as a result of changed

tection and the performance

usage can be implemented

characteristics of batteries also

quickly and straightforwardly. In

need to be considered.

addition, the T16 light sources that are used as standard are characterised by their long service life.

Self Contained Emergency ONLITE Local The characteristic features of this emergency lighting solution are little installation effort and independent energy sources. Performance characteristics: • Recommended for 25 to 50 emergency and escape sign luminaires, up to 256 luminaires are possible • Required emergency lighting level for circulation areas: 1 lux • Service life of individual battery: three to four years, life is shorter if ceiling temperatures are high • Functional testing of battery and emergency light by DALI

www.zumtobelstaff.com/onlite

Safety Investment costs Maintenance costs Flexibility


TRENDS: LIGHT AND SAFETY

Locally positioned group power supply ONLITE Section Central The essential feature of this

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Diesel generator* with central, reduced transitional power supply ONLITE Central

emergency lighting concept is

Using this emergency lighting

the way the entire system is

concept, a self-contained emer-

split into several self-contained

gency power source takes over

circuits.

the task of supplying energy for the defined emergency luminaires.

Performance characteristics and requirements:

Performance characteristics

• Recommended for 50 to 500

and requirements:

luminaires • Stairway function, night time and security patrol switching • Emergency lighting level for workstations associated with particular potential risks 15 lux, 1 lux for circulation areas • Straightforward scaleability, no need for technical equipment rooms • Service life of group battery is extended because it is installed

• Recommended for 500 luminaires or more • Emergency lighting level for workstations associated with particular potential risks 15 lux, 1 lux for circulation areas • Stairway function, night lighting and security patrol switching • Requires high-endurance cabling and technical equipment rooms • Capacity of transitional power

outside temperature-critical

supply is reduced (1 hr instead

areas: option of five or ten years

of 3 hr through ONLITE Section

• Functional testing by DALI/Powerline

Central) • Functional testing by DALI • LUXMATE software

Safety Investment costs Maintenance costs Flexibility

Safety Investment costs Maintenance costs Flexibility

* Not made by Zumtobel Staff


Criteria affecting decision-making Height of bay and lighting concept

Individual luminaires General lighting, ceiling-mounted

ROOM HEIGHT 4.5 m

Safety: Luminaires with extra protection, same design can also be used as emergency luminaire, greater battery capacity, longer lamp service life (relatively high-wattage fluorescent lamps) Cost: Higher installation expense for individual wiring Flexibility: Linear or circular luminaire is possible, selected according to proportions of room or lighting concept (emphasis on visual comfort or light output ratio) Productivity: These luminaires provide acceptable glare control for most general tasks TASK AREA-related lighting, suspended (pendant)

ROOM HEIGHT UP TO 7 m

Safety: Meets requirements for higher types of protection, can be used as integrated emergency luminaires with room height from 6 m upwards Cost: Two components (general lighting and task-area lighting) Flexibility: Can only be adapted to changed room layout by modified installation Productivity: Wide range of reflectors and light sources, glare control by using louvre inserts

General lighting high-bay reflector luminaires Safety: Stroboscopic effects in case of rotating machine parts are avoided thanks to special switching, additional emergency luminaires with fluorescent lamps required, alternatively warm-up time must be bridged by halogen lamps (high installed load) Cost: High luminous efficacy, light output ratio reduced by required lamp protection Flexibility: Light sources have different colour rendition indexes, not suitable for short running-times Productivity: High glare, relatively low uniformity, parts of room dark if light source fails

ROOM HEIGHT 10–22 m


CRITERIA AFFECTING DECISION-MAKING

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Continuous row luminaires ROOM HEIGHT 4.5 m

Task area-related lighting, ceiling-mounted Safety: Installation of escape sign luminaires and integrated emergency luminaires in continuous row system, low battery capacity, long lamp service life. Cost: Additional costs for trunking but no wiring required Flexibility: Splitting into zones is possible without additional installation effort Productivity: Wide range of reflectors and light sources, glare control by using louvre inserts

ROOM HEIGHT UP TO 7 m

General lighting, suspended (pendant) solution Safety: Each individual luminaire can be used as an emergency luminaire Cost: Lamp wattages can be reduced thanks to suspension, daylight-based dimming Flexibility: Uniform general lighting and special requirements are possible on a single trunking system, highly flexible switching and dimming Productivity: Large range of reflectors and light sources, glare control by using louvre inserts

ROOM HEIGHT 10–16 m

General lighting, narrow-beam optics Safety: Each individual luminaire can be used as an emergency luminaire; can be dimmed to adjustable emergency lighting level in DC mode Cost: Long service life, straightforward dimming and switching Flexibility: Advanced reflector designs raise the mounting height limit and offer better lighting quality compared to high bay Productivity: Large range of reflectors to suit varying ceiling heights, glare control inserts available


Criteria affecting decision-making Activity and working hours

Demanding visual tasks II Demanding visual tasks I Laboratories, inspection, assembly of electronic components Painting, grinding, woodworking Photometric requirement:

Maintenance intervals:

Photometric requirement:

Maintenance intervals:

• Maximum colour rendering,

• After 3 years: clean luminaires

• Maximum colour rendering,

• After 1 year: clean luminaires

and room

RA 90

• Illuminance according to

• Illuminance according to EN 12464: 750 to 1500 lux

and room

RA 90

General relamping after

EN 12464: 750 to 1500 lux

• 9 years: fluorescent lamp T16

• 10 years: fluorescent lamp T16 deluxe, dimmed

Environmental condition:

• 6 years: fluorescent lamp T16

• 5-day week, one shift • Clean, luminaire protection

deluxe, not dimmed

General relamping after

Environmental condition:

deluxe, dimmed • 5 years: fluorescent lamp T16

• 6-day week, 2 shifts • Soiled, luminaire protection

deluxe, not dimmed

type IP 60/IP 65

type IP 20

Possible protection requirement: • Explosion protection, see page 35 for details * According to EN 12464, the Maintenance Factor (MF) must be taken into account during design. It supersedes the previously used all-inclusive light loss factor. Maintenance Factor (MF) = Lamp Survival Factor (LSF) x Lamp Lumen Maintenance Factor (LLMF) x Luminaire Maintenance Factor (LMF) x Room

Maintenance factor*: 0.61 (T16) LSF x LLMF x LMF x RSMF* 0.9 x 0.89 x 0.79 x 0.96

Surface Maintenance Factor (RSMF). The stated values are examples only. The values in the Table that apply to your particular application can be found in Zumtobel Staff’s “The Lighting Handbook”.

Maintenance factor*: 0.65 (T16) TECTON RC Matt aluminium louvre with reflector housing

TECTON-I RC Matt aluminium louvre with reflector housing

LSF x LLMF x LMF x RSMF* 0.9 x 0.89 x 0.86 x 0.95

TECTON-I IP symmetrical

FZ ZO2/22


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CRITERIA AFFECTING DECISION-MAKING

General visual tasks Machine manufacturing, assembly shops, logistics

Less demanding visual tasks Steelworks, chemical plants, welding shops

Photometric requirement:

Maintenance intervals:

Photometric requirement:

Maintenance intervals:

• Average colour rendering,

• After 2 years: clean luminaires

• Lower colour rendering,

• After 1 year: clean luminaires

• Illuminance as per EN 12464

• Illuminance in accordance with EN 12464: 300 to 500 lux Environmental condition: • 6-day week, 2 shifts • Normal, luminaire protection

General relamping after

depending on application:

General relamping after

• 4.5 years: T16 standard

50 to 300 lux

• 2 years: T26 standard fluorescent lamp, not dimmed

fluorescent lamp, dimmed • 3 years: T16 standard fluorescent lamp, not dimmed • 1.5 years: HIE metal halide

type IP 20/IP 60

and room

RA 20–60

and room

RA 80

Environmental condition: • 3-shift operation round the

lamp • 0.5 years: HME mercury-

clock • Soiled, luminaire protection

lamp

• 1 year: HSE sodium-vapour

vapour lamp

type IP 65

Maintenance factor* IP 20: 0.59 (T16)

Maintenance factor* IP 65: 0.65 (T16)

Maintenance factor* HME: 0.64

Maintenance factor*: HSE: 0.68

LSF x LLMF x LMF x RSMF* 0.9 x 0.89 x 0.77 x 0.95 TECTON RW

LSF x LLMF x LMF x RSMF* 0.9 x 0.89 x 0.86 x 0.95 TECTON-I IP

LSF x LLMF x LMF x RSMF* COPA A 0.9 x 0.8 x 0.86 x 0.95

LSF x LLMF x LMF x RSMF* 0.88 x 0.94 x 0.86 x 0.95 COPA I

wide-angle reflector

symmetrical

wide-angle

wide-angle/narrow-beam


M A N U FA C T U R I N G B Y H A N D M A C H I N E M A N U FA C T U R I N G


L I G H T F O R M A N U FA C T U R I N G

A U T O M AT E D M A N U F A C T U R I N G PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS

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M A N U FA C T U R I N G B Y H A N D

High-ceiling rooms Increasing visual comfort efficiently

efficacy, long service life and

Light from powerful high-bay

a wide spectrum of different

reflector luminaires used as an

colour rendition indexes. Special

individual solution is distributed

methods of connection and

homogeneously throughout the

A high level of manufacturing

digital control gear also ensure

room. It is therefore necessary

flexibility and an optimum room

that safety risks such as strobo-

to use a second luminaire

atmosphere are factors in favour

scopic effects on rotating

component in order to create

of high-ceiling production bays.

machinery or electromagnetic

optimum lighting conditions for

compatibility (EMC) interference

demanding visual tasks.

High-bay reflector luminaires fitted

are prevented.

with high-intensity discharge lamps can be used as economi-

Choosing the right reflectors

cally efficient lighting of such

which are available with different

rooms. They have the advanta-

distribution characteristics

ge of offering a perfect combi-

depends on the ceiling height

nation of performance characte-

of the bay.

ristics such as high luminous

Suspended COPA I high-bay reflector luminaires ensure efficient ambient lighting. Additional luminaires arranged above task areas provide higher illuminance levels appropriate to particular activities. FZ or IFP moisture-proof diffuser luminaires offer extra protection as well as an optimal light output ratio.

The COPA A is positioned at the edge of the bay ceiling in order to prevent luminaires being damaged by cranes, for instance. Light distribution is correspondingly asymmetrical.

Light in the right place: The TOL copes with the requirements of difficult visual tasks and special industrial environmental conditions.

www.zumtobelstaff.com/copa

Safety Costs Flexibility Productivity

COPA I RAB reflector, wide-angle from approx. 3.50 m/ RAT reflector, narrow-beam from approx. 6 m

COPA A-B wide-angle reflector

TOL

FZ IFP with extra protection for oils and greases


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M A N U FA C T U R I N G B Y H A N D

Easy installation Performing visual tasks Most room heights can now be illuminated efficiently using fluorescent lamps. Continuous row systems perform the same role as prefabricated ducting. They can accommodate luminaire optics to suit particular visual tasks and the required illuminance. Fluorescent lamps are available with different light colours and colour rendition indexes. They boast uniform light distribution as well as lowshadow lighting. Visual comfort: The well-known ergonomic lighting concept of brightening up the ceiling in offices can also benefit manufacturing employees thanks to TECTON RG perforated sheet steel reflectors.

TECTON ST specular reflector optic, narrow-beam: Specular reflector optics throw light long distances and do not yellow with age. Using the LUXMATE Basic daylight-based control system can save energy and prolong lamp service life. The investment cost of dimmable luminaires can be recouped within two to five years.

High-quality work: Continuous row systems with extra protection can be used as a solution for task areas. Here, TECTON-I IP modular luminaires with asymmetrical light distribution ensure glare-free, low-shadow illumination of bodywork surfaces.

www.zumtobelstaff.com/tecton

Safety Costs Flexibility Productivity

TECTON RSB Specular reflector optic with wide-angle reflector

TECTON-I RSB Specular reflector optic with extra wide-angle reflector

TECTON ST Narrow-beam specular reflector optic

TECTON-I Modular luminaire, asymmetrical

TECTON RGL Perforated louvre with perforated sheet steel reflector


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M A C H I N E M A N U FA C T U R I N G

A reduced luminance level of 1000 cd/m2 is required in order to ensure reflection-free working on CNC screens. Aluminium louvres meet these exacting requirements. If ambient temperatures are stable (15 to 35 ยบC), efficient T16 fluorescent lamps are also suitable for industrial use. Their luminous efficacy is significantly higher than that of T26 light sources, making it possible to space luminaires further apart, thereby reducing the number of luminaires.

Exacting requirements Greater flexibility

amount of space needed in switchgear cabinets by 30 % and prolongs lamp service life.

Continuous row systems are the

TECTON-I continuous row systems with extra protection (IP 60) combine installation and flexibility advantages with improved protection against dust. Luminaire maintenance in highceiling rooms is always awkward but maintenance intervals can be extended by using TECTON-I.

ideal lighting solution in situations

If ambient temperatures con-

where manufacturing systems

tinuously exceed 35 ยบC or fall

change frequently. Luminaire

below 15 ยบC, low-loss magnetic

spacings, optics, circulation and

ballasts are recommended. Volt-

escape route concepts can be

age fluctuations and mechanical

adapted without extensive work.

vibrations also justify the use of

Digital control gear for fluores-

such specially rugged ballasts.

cent lamps provides the necessary operating flexibility, reduces fire loads in a building, cuts the

www.zumtobelstaff.com/tecton

Safety Costs Flexibility Productivity

TECTON RW White reflector, wide-angle

TECTON R White reflector

TECTON-I RC Matt aluminium louvre with reflector housing

TECTON-I Modular luminaire, symmetrical IP


Preventing accidents Boosting productivity

to conventional levels for office

More light Increasing productivity

Artificial light used as a timer: The LUXMATE Emotion lighting control system makes it possible to vary the quantity of light selectively – as required every day in accordance with the user’s own predefined choreographed lighting sequence.

workstations improves work results by 20 to 40 %.

Various work processes were investigated at the Illmenau University of Technology (TU) at different illuminance levels. The

Source: “Benefits of Improved Lighting” Concluding report of Illmenau TU, AIF no. 9955

results were clear: More light improves the perception of objects, helps detect faults and prevents premature fatigue, thus improving safety at the workplace. Boosting illuminance

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Drilling

%

Decrease in fatigue

200 lx 600 lx

25 78

Decrease in fatigue

200 lx 600 lx

54 54

Decrease in defects

200 lx 600 lx

0 2

Decrease in defects

200 lx 600 lx

14 29


M A C H I N E M A N U FA C T U R I N G

This biological clock can, for

Varying quantities of light In harmony with people’s biorhythm

example, be adapted to the pattern of shift work by altering the amount of light appropriately. Just like jet lag, time shifts impair

The human eye is not just used

performance. “Weekly light pro-

for seeing, it also controls our

grammes” make the changeover

biological clock. Sensors on

to night-shift working easier at

the retina are linked directly to

the start of the week and enable

the biological clock in our hypo-

stage-by-stage resetting to

thalamus via nerve fibres. This

“normal” waking and resting

biological clock attunes our

hours at the weekend. This not

waking and resting hours to the

only enhances people’s sense

timing of natural changes in

of well-being, it also improves

daylight throughout the day.

results and safety at work.

Sawing

Source: Wolfgang Ehrenstein: “The eye sets the human biological clock – consequences for use of lighting and lighting technology”, “Lighting and Health” Symposium, Berlin 2002

%

Wire stripping

%

Decrease in fatigue

200 lx 600 lx

25 97

Decrease in fatigue

200 lx 600 lx

55 81

Decrease in defects

200 lx 600 lx

24 50

Decrease in defects

200 lx 600 lx

14 41

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A U T O M AT E D M A N U F A C T U R I N G

In high-ceiling rooms, high-bay reflector luminaires fitted with metal halide lamps (HIE) or high-pressure sodium-vapour lamps (HSE) provide efficient lighting. COPA A and I also meet various requirements regarding type of protection. Special COPA I models are also suitable for use at relatively high ambient temperatures.

High capacity utilisation Prolonging service life

Programming and maintenance work require additional, low-glare lighting. Task area-based lighting using TECTON RC louvre optics prevents reflections on CNC displays.

High-volume production is not profitable unless there is a high degree of automation. With automation, people perform mainly temporary maintenance, retrofitting and inspection work. As a consequence, the illuminance provided by general lighting may be lower, and requirements in terms of glare reduction, absence of shadows and colour rendition are also lower than those for non-automated workstations. Long maintenance cycles and robust luminaires are all the more important in such areas.

Lighting systems in the vicinity of welding robots are exposed to heavy contamination by vapours and flying sparks. TECTON I IP modular luminaires are fitted with a rugged PMMA diffuser from which welding marks and grinding dust can be removed without leaving any residue. www.zumtobelstaff.com/tecton www.zumtobelstaff.com/copa

COPA I RAB/RAT Reflector, wide-angle/narrow-beam

COPA A-B Reflector wide-angle

TECTON RW White reflector, wide-angle

TECTON RG Perforated sheet steel reflector

TECTON RC Matt aluminium louvre with reflector housing


Moisture-proof and clean-room luminaires Safeguarding functionality on a long-term basis

Moisture

Advantages

Application areas

• Moisture-proof batten lumi-

• Building materials industry • Cement, concrete and brick

Luminaires with extra protection

naires: compact dimensions,

are called for in locations where

easy maintenance, easy re-

environmental conditions are

placement of light source and

• Protected outdoor locations

determined by high moisture.

starter

• Petrol stations

Many batten luminaires are avail-

• Diffuser luminaires: easy

able in moisture-proof designs.

cleaning, mechanical protec-

Diffuser luminaires with prismatic

tion: designs with reflectors

diffusers are available to ensure

and prismatic diffusers

making industries

• Laundries

extensive mechanical protection if needed.

Recommended luminaires:

w

RAIN

FZ/Chiaro

TOL

Protection class II For damp locations prone to accidental energisation Conversions where there is no protective conductor


PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS

Cleanliness

Advantages

Application areas

• Non-porous, smooth surface

• Foodstuff industry

Even slight contamination when

without superfluous gaps and

• Chemical industry

working in clean rooms may

cracks

• Pharmaceutical industry

result in loss of functionality,

• Particle-repellent (anti-static)

• Electronics industry

reliability and medical compati-

• Abrasion-resistant

• Laboratories

bility and hence considerable

• Resist acid and disinfectants

• Precision mechanics

impairment of quality. Zumtobel

• Impact-resistant, shock-

Staff’s clean-room luminaires meet requirements for Class 10 clean rooms, and are therefore

resistant and shatter-proof • Heat-resistant and moistureproof

used in situations where maxi-

• Easy to clean

mum cleanliness and purity are

• Bivergent louvre for perfect

required.

visual comfort and light output ratio

Recommended luminaires:

LNPA (Fraunhofer Institute Class 10 clean-room certificate)

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Aggressive substances, high temperatures Optimising surface resistance

Chemical influences Highly reactive substances place high demands on the grades of materials used for luminaire housings, seals and fasteners.

Advantages

Application areas

• Diffuser made of PMMA, PC

• Chemical and leather industries

or CHEMO for harsh environ-

• Plastic processing

ments

• Textile industry

• Catches made of V2A or UV-resistant POM • Seals made of non-ageing

Further information on how to

• Food processing industry, cleaning using alkaline or acid cleaning materials • Bakeries

PU foam

select materials for specific

• Agriculture

applications can be found in

• Cement or lime production

Zumtobel Staff’s “The Lighting Handbook”, chapter 9.

Recommended luminaires:

IFP

TOL with PM protective tubes


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PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS

Surface temperatures Luminaires that bear the D or FF mark are used in all situations where dust or fibres pose a fire risk. The ability to resist oil is an

Advantages

Application areas

• Luminaire housing optimised

• Textile industry

to minimise dust accumulation • Luminaires with limited surface

• Printing plants • Woodworking and wood manufacturing

temperature • Luminaires with PMMA diffuser

additional requirement in the textile industry.

Recommended luminaires:

IFP

ZX IP

COPA A

COPA I with diffuser (U or mark if electronic ballast is used)

d


Fire protection from the outset Minimising risks of fire and explosion

Application areas

Dusts

Chips and oils

• Building materials industry • Manufacture of tiles and

Designing surfaces in order to

ceramics

minimise the accumulation of dirt can prevent a rapid increase of temperature, and the depos-

• Woodworking and wood manufacturing • Foundries and metal casting

ition of dust from the outset.

industry

Luminaires that ensure such protection have another cha-

Application areas • Metal-working shops where

Continuous row systems with

protection against drilling

diffusers made of PMMA boast

coolants, grinding dust, oil

surfaces that are resistant to

vapours and flying sparks is

metal particles. They also

required

combine the benefits of easy

• Automobile manufacturing

installation with the option to direct light.

racteristic feature – they require less maintenance.

Recommended luminaires:

FZ

COPA A Wide-angle

COPA I with glass cover, wide-angle/narrow-beam (U or mark if electronic ballast is used)

d

Recommended luminaires:

TECTON-I

TOL with PM protective tubes

IFP with PM diffuser


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PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS

Production areas where explosions are liable to occur are officially classified as hazard-

Explosion protection for combustible gases, vapours and mists

ous areas. Luminaires that are distinguished primarily by

Application areas for Hazardous

special flameproof protection

Areas 1 and 2

(EEx ED II C T4 II C) and their

• Chemical mixers, laboratories

explosion-proof construction

• Organic chemicals

(housing, seals, fasteners) are

• Petroleum and natural gas

available for Areas 1 and 2.

• Factories that use adhesives or burnishing compounds

Explosion protection for dust

• Firms with cleaning systems (acetone), tank gas or biogas

Application areas for Hazardous

installations

Areas 21 and 22

• Ecological waste dumps

• Mills and storage areas for milled products • Factories where coal, metal or wood dust is released

refineries • Companies that make plastic foam components • Factories with spraying or powdering systems

Recommended luminaires:

KXA-2 Hazardous areas 1/21

IFP Hazardous areas 2/22

LNPA Hazardous areas 2/22

Recommended luminaires:

KXA-2 Hazardous areas 1/21

IFP Hazardous areas 2/22

COPA A Hazardous areas 2/22


LOGISTICS CENTRES WAREHOUSES


LIGHT FOR LOGISTICS

D E S PAT C H D E PA R T M E N T S PA C K I N G A R E A S

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W A R E H O U S E S A N D D E S PAT C H A R E A S

Despatch and packing areas: A TECTON continuous row system with wide-angle RW optics provides plenty of light but consumes little energy. Optics with improved glare control are available for precision working.

Just in time Identifying requirements Logistics centres not only need to keep their operating costs as low as possible, they must also ensure perfect inventory management and rapid distribution. Stored products can be identified easily, and addresses and article numbers are clearly legible thanks to vertical illumination of shelves. Glare-free lighting of circulation routes and packing areas is ensured by louvre optics. Rising demand in buyers’ markets has an effect on stock keeping: Capacity utilisation fluctuates, and intervals between changes in product lines are getting shorter and shorter. Lighting control systems help achieve maximum flexibility and

¡

also ensure optimal life cycle management for the lighting installation.

TECTON SH specular reflector optics are suitable for bays with high ceilings. All gangways are perfectly lit; all shelves are illuminated efficiently with uniform light. TECTON is flexible enough to be adapted to various shelving and circulation systems thanks to its wide range of optics available. Built-in DALI technology allows processrelated lighting management as well as efficient integration of emergency lighting.

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Conventionally it is thought that high rooms demand the use of highbay reflector luminaires. As with all point light sources, shadow detail ¿ is high and visual comfort ¡is somewhat low. The modern, high lighting quality alternative is TECTON.

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TECTON SH Specular reflector optic, extremely narrow-beam

TECTON ST Specular reflector optic, narrow-beam

TECTON-I RSB Specular reflector optic with Wide reflector, wide-angle

TECTON RW Wide-angle reflector


Light for logistics Adaptable lighting

Artificial light in shaded areas is Scenario I Summer day: compensating turned up in order to achieve uniform illumination and to minifor high lighting intensities mise annoying contrast.

Scenario II Autumn day: using the maximum quantity of daylight

With bright sunlight coming in through skylights, modern

Lighting management integrates

lighting management adapts

available daylight into the overall

artificial lighting:

lighting concept. Energy con-

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sumption is reduced, and intervals between maintenance work can be extended.


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Scenario III Reducing cooling loads

stored. This control concept saves energy in two ways: firstly by dimming the lighting, and

Lighting management can turn

secondly by reducing the cooling

individual rows of lights into

load.

Scenario IV Background brightness for video monitoring

time. The integration of modern lighting systems using lighting management technology makes it possible to adjust the quantity

Insuring highly valuable stored

of light appropriately in specified

separately controllable light

goods demands strict pre-

areas – completely automatically

clusters. Dimmed clusters of

cautions. A minimum illuminance

and timer-controlled.

lights make sense in areas

level is required in order to

where perishable goods are

enable video monitoring at night

See “TECTON, ONLITE, LUXMATE” supplement.


L A B O R AT O R I E S INSPECTION AREAS


LIGHT FOR ACCURACY

PRECISION MECHANICS A S S E M B LY O F E L E C T R O N I C C O M P O N E N T S

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L A B O R AT O R I E S , M E A S U R E M E N T A N D I N S P E C T I O N W O R K S TAT I O N S

Complex visual tasks accurately mastered

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The BIVERGENZ速 optic, which is also used with TECTON RC, is split into a concave and a

Quality control, colour matching,

convex area. This reduces the

laboratory work, assembling

luminance levels at the lower

precision mechanical and elec-

edge of the louvre, and this

tronic components are all tasks

results in ideal batwing light dis-

that make extremely heavy

tribution. The MELLOW LIGHT

demands on eyesight. Lighting

concept is based on the fact

quality similar to natural daylight

that a bright area around the

is needed, especially in areas

luminaire reduces contrasts in

where there are no windows.

luminance and also creates a

Lighting quality with high, glare-

pleasant room impression by

free light intensities and the

brightening up the walls and

lowest possible contrasts in

ceilings. Precision work is easier,

luminance that illuminates not

and premature visual fatigue is

only the task area perfectly, but

avoided.

also the area around it.

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The diffuser optics are robust, easy to clean and fly-proof. MELLOW LIGHT can be installed as individual surface-mounted luminaires or alternatively on TECTON batten luminaires.

TECTON RC Matt aluminium louvre with reflector

Highly energy-efficient direct lighting: Suspended TECTON RC luminaires with BIVERGENZ 速 plus aluminium louvre. These are particularly suitable for use combined with exposed building management system components.

TECTON-D ML Louvre

TECTON Emergency luminaire ONLITE Look Ecosign


L A B O R AT O R I E S , M E A S U R E M E N T A N D I N S P E C T I O N W O R K S TAT I O N S

Management of illuminated areas Using energy intelligently The efficiency of a building depends largely on the facilities installed. By interacting with other building components that are relevant to human factors and energy, an intelligent system is capable of optimising the functionality and energy budget of a building in the long term. Digital DALI luminaires can be

Highly flexible operation: The facility to individually adjust lighting for each workstation means maximum flexibility in terms of the way a room is used and the way work is organised.

operated flexibly, and continuously provide information concerning their operating state. The TECTON current conducting section plays a crucial role in this. It integrates all the necessary circuits, thereby allowing emergency lighting to be integrated seamlessly into the system as a whole.

Dimmed night time lighting: The DALI system with digitally assigned luminaires reduces the quantity of light to the bare minimum required for activities such as video monitoring or security patrols.

A stable ambient temperature is needed in locations where high-tech systems operate. But air conditioning accounts for up to 25 % of total energy costs. The heat given off by lighting further increases the energy consumed by an air conditioning system. In controlling the quantity of light according to users’ requirements, LUXMATE lighting management technology makes its own contribution towards cutting the operating costs of a building. See “TECTON, ONLITE, LUXMATE” supplement. www.zumtobelstaff.com/tecton www.zumtobelstaff.com/emotion www.zumtobelstaff.com/onlite

More safety: Emergency luminaires can be easily integrated into the system, be function tested from a central location, and automatically monitored by using DALI.

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L I G H T F O R O R I E N TAT I O N A N D S A F E T Y

NIGHT TIME AND SURVEILLANCE LIGHTING EMERGENCY LIGHTING

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Making it possible to find one’s bearings

Monotonous or excessively dim

Continuous row systems or

light has an adverse effect on

diffuser luminaires with fluores-

our ability to find our bearings

cent lamps meet these require-

properly.

ments. If such luminaires are exposed to ambient tempera-

Just like interconnecting areas

tures below 15 ÂşC, they must

inside a building, the various

be fitted with magnetic ballasts.

ways to move around a building must be recognisably structured and clearly guided by lighting. It is important that both fixed boundaries and obstacles such as persons and vehicles can be recognised clearly. Very uniform illumination and high vertical illuminance components help achieve this.

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The physical structures and volume of functional industrial buildings must be recognisable even at night. Architectural lighting goes beyond the specifications laid down in standards. Its purpose is to set the stage for a building. In this way both company and brand are fully expressed as a perceptible external embodiment.


S TA I R W AY S , C O R R I D O R A R E A S , O U T D O O R A R E A S

Security assured

Uniform, bright light thanks to large vertical light components

Interfaces upgraded

helps reduce the number of opportunities available.

Highlighting the peripheries of rooms creates a sense of security.

Features of stairs must be clearly recognisable. Accen-

In the evening and at night,

tuating landings, flights of

TECTON RGL perforated sheet

dimmable lighting systems ensure

stairs and steps makes for

steel optics or CHIARO moisture-

the necessary illuminance of

easier orientation.

proof diffuser luminaires enhance

5 lux to detect any movements in

both this sense of security and

rooms by using video monitoring

Diffuse light from CHIARO

visual comfort by brightening up

systems. Use in combination

diffuser luminaires lights stair-

the ceilings. TECTON RSR wall-

with ONLITE night-switching

cases efficiently. Prismatic

washer optics or RAIN moisture-

facilities and LUXMATE presence

diffusers ensure the necessary

proof batten luminaires with

detectors increases security still

glare reduction.

lateral reflectors brighten up the

further.

walls. According to the proverb, opportunity makes the thief. Recommended luminaires:

RAIN

FZ/CHIARO

TOL

TECTON RGL Perforated sheet steel louvre with perforated sheet steel reflector

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Networked light Linking function and safety

Integral lighting concepts combine maintenance and safety functions into one complete system. There is a proper solu-

Low-ceiling rooms, circulation areas Solutions (room height up to 4.5 m)

The ECOSIGN Safety escape sign luminaire can be used to light circulation areas perfectly and efficiently. Nine luminaires

tion in conformity with relevant

are sufficient to illuminate a 4.5 m

standards for every room

high room having a surface area

height regardless of the type

of 600 m 2 to 1.25 lux.

of energy supply. Advantages The very latest Ethernet TCP/IP

• Use of T16 8 W rather than

technology makes it possible to

12 W model

combine quite different systems

• Reduced energy consumption

with each other.

(individual or central battery) • Maintenance costs are roughly 30 % lower Disadvantages of maintained mode Economical: Only three ECOSIGN safety luminaires are needed for perfect, uniform emergency lighting of a 35 m long escape route.

• Service life of T16 8 W fluorescent lamps is shortened (6,000 hours) • Sensitive starting behaviour

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• High lamp failure rate


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High-ceiling rooms, workstations associated with particular potential hazards Solutions (room height 4.5 m or more) • T16 54 W fluorescent lamp boasts long service life (20,000 hours) and reliable starting behaviour. • Every digital luminaire can be used as an emergency luminaire. • Digital ballasts (LDE) can be dimmed even in DC mode. Unlike fixed BLF solutions, the quantity of light can be optimiReduced energy consumption, longer lamp service life: a digital luminaire dimmed to 20 % rather than switchable emergency lighting luminaires is sufficient to illuminate the escape route.

sed for emergency operation. • Night switching is possible in case of central power supply. See “TECTON, ONLITE, LUXMATE” supplement.


Making it easier to find one’s bearings Ensuring safety

If visual tasks are associated Assembly shops, with relatively low requirements warehouses Solutions for luminaires with high mounting areas can be illuminated efficiently by using discharge lamps

to be extended and wattages can be increased. An innovative emergency lighting concept

high-bay reflector luminaires.

can also be integrated into this

High light output allows the

solution.

Conventional: 35 to 50 % of the high-bay reflector luminaires are fitted with a second high-voltage halogen lamp in order to bridge the firing time of the discharge lamps. In emergency operation, this means accepting increased expenditure on energy, high ambient temperatures, lower luminous efficacy and a shorter lamp service life.

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spacing between luminaires

Potential savings using ONLITE Section Central: Few additional high-bay reflector luminaires are fitted with compact fluorescent lamps for emergency lighting. Lamp service life is quadrupled compared with high-voltage halogen lamps and energy consumption is cut by 70 %. This means that the battery size may also be significantly smaller.


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For reliable operation of Identifying danger Optimising lighting solutions escape sign luminaires: • Patented cathode preheat If viewing conditions are poor in

mode

a dangerous situation, people’s

• 850 ºC glow-wire test

reactions are panicky, disorga-

• Higher protection classes

nised and frenetic. Advantages of additional This is why special requirements

floor-oriented illumination of

are placed on the design of

escape routes:

escape sign luminaires. They

• Easier orientation in case of

must be uniformly lit and easily recognisable from a distance of up to 35 m according to the

smoke, the actual source of danger in event of fire • Uninterrupted continuous

relevant standards. The ONLITE

marking right through to next

Look EcoSign luminaire emits

emergency exit

light also downwards, and combines the functionality of an escape sign luminaire and an emergency luminaire.

• Indication of direction (optional) Flexibility: Both modes of operation – maintained mode and non-maintained mode – can be activated one circuit at a time or for individual luminaires when using ONLITE Local Check and ONLITE Central monitoring systems.

See “TECTON, ONLITE, LUXMATE” supplement.


E X C E R P T F R O M S TA N D A R D E N 1 2 4 6 4 A P P L I C AT I O N S


LIGHTING DESIGN

M A I N T E N A N C E FA C T O R S S TA N D A R D V A L U E S

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Standard values for lighting in industry and engineering in accordance with EN 12464

Type of room

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UGR L

Colour rendition index

Storage space and cold storage Storerooms and storage areas 100 Despatch and packing areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300

25 25

60 60

High-bay racking Gangways not used by persons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Gangways used by persons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Control rooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

– 22 22

40 60 60

Cement, cement goods, concrete, bricks Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Material processing, work at furnaces and mixers General machine work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rough moulding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

28 28 25 25

20 40 80 80

......

50 300 . . . . . . 300

28 25 25

20 80 80

. . . . . . 750

19

80

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16

80

. . . . . . 1000 . . . . . . 1500

16 16

90 90

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– 28 25 19 22 22 16 19

20 40 80 80 80 80 90 80

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25

80

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Ceramics, tiles, glass, glassware Drying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Material processing, general machine work Enamelling, rolling, pressing, forming simple parts, glazing, glass blowing Grinding, engraving, glass polishing, forming small parts, Manufacture of glass instruments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grinding optical glasses, lead crystal, manual grinding and etching, Working on medium-sized parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Precision work, e. g. grinding of decorative features (decorative grinding), painting by hand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manufacturing/processing artificial gems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Chemical industry, plastics and rubber industry Remote-control process control systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Process control systems involving occasional manual intervention Permanently manned workstations in process control systems . . . Rooms for precision measuring, laboratories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pharmaceutical manufacturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tyre production Colour testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cutting to size, finishing, inspection tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electrical industry Cable and wire manufacturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Winding – large coils – medium-sized coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – miniature coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Impregnation of coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electroplating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assembly work – heavy, e. g. large transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . – semi-precision, e. g. switchboards . . . . . . . . . . – precision, e. g. telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – extreme precision, e. g. measuring instruments Electronic workshops, testing, adjusting . . . . . . .

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Task area-related lighting focuses light onto the area where a visual task is

The maintenance value specifies the

performed. Unlike room lighting which has to ensure average illuminance through-

minimum value for mean illuminance.

out the entire room, according to EN 12464 task areas (horizontal, vertical or

This value must be achieved in all cir-

inclined surfaces) can be defined. In this way lighting can be matched precisely

cumstances. Compliance must be

to a particular visual task.

ensured by means of regular inspections.


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E N 1 2 4 6 4 S TA N D A R D V A L U E S

Type of room

_ Em

UGR L

Colour rendition index

. . . . . 200 200 . . . . . 200 . . . . . 200 . . . . . 200 . . . . . 300

25 25 25 25 25 25

80 80 80 80 80 80

. . . . . 500 . . . . . 300

25 25

80 80

. . . . . 500

22

80

. . . . . 500 . . . . . 500 . . . . . 1000

22 19 16

80 80 90

Bakeries Preparation and baking areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300 Final finishing, icing, decorating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 500

22 22

80 80

Foundries and metal casting Man-size underfloor tunnels, cellars etc. Staging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preparation of sand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fettling shops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Workplaces near cupola melting furnace Casting bays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shake-out stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Machine moulding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hand moulding and core moulding . . . . Die-casting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Model making . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Task or activity Foodstuff and beverage industry Workplaces and task areas – in breweries, malt houses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – for washing, filling casks, cleaning, sieving, peeling – for cooking in tinneries and chocolate factories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – workplaces and task areas in sugar mills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – for drying and curing raw tobacco, curing cellars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sorting and washing of products, milling, mixing, packing . . . . . . . . . . . . . Workplaces and critical areas in slaughterhouses, butchers’ shops, dairies, mills, filter plates in sugar refineries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cutting and sorting fruit and vegetables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Production of delicatessen food, kitchen work, Manufacture of cigars and cigarettes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inspection of glasses and bottles, product inspection, fitting, sorting, decorating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Laboratories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colour inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

........ ......... ......... ......... and mixer ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... .........

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– 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 22

20 40 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80

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16 16 16 19

90 90 80 80

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25 25

40 80

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22 22 22 19 16 22

80 90 80 80 90 80

Jewellery manufacturing Processing of gems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manufacture of jewellery items . . . . . . . . . . Watch and clock making (manual) . . . . . . . Watch and clock manufacturing (automatic)

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Leather and leather goods Work at vats, casks, pits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scraping, splitting, dressing, fulling of hides Saddlery work, shoe manufacture: stitching, Polishing, embossing, clicking, sole cutting Sorting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Machine) leather staining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quality inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colour testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shoe making and glove manufacturing . . . .

....... ....... sewing, ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... .......

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With the introduction of EN 12464, the maintenance factor has become the new crucial reference figure for lighting design. The maintenance factor, or MF for short, supersedes the all-inclusive light loss factor and must be calculated for the maintenance plan, which is now mandatory. The MF takes into account the ageing behaviour of lamps and luminaires, environmental conditions and maintenance intervals. If it is not possible to calculate the MF individually, a value of 0.67 or, for heavily soiled rooms, a value of 0.5 is used as a reference factor. These standard values are based on a 3-year maintenance interval and the use of advanced lamps and luminaire technology.


Standard values for lighting in industry and engineering in accordance with EN 12464

Type of room

Task or activity Metal working and processing Open die forging Drop forging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Welding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rough and medium machining: tolerances ≥ 0.1 mm . Precision machining, grinding: tolerances < 0.1 mm . . Scribing, inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wire and tube drawing, cold forming . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fabrication of thick gauge plate: thickness ≥ 5 mm . . Fabrication of sheet metal: thickness < 5 mm . . . . . . . Tool making and manufacture of cutlery . . . . . . . . . . . Assembly work: – heavy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – moderately heavy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – precision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . – high precision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electroplating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface working and painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manufacture of tools, gauges and jigs, high-precision mechanics and micromechanics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

• •

New features in European standard EN 12464

UGR L

Colour rendition index

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200 300 300 300 500 750 300 200 300 750

25 25 25 22 19 19 25 25 22 19

60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60

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200 300 500 750 300 750

25 25 22 19 25 25

80 80 80 80 80 80

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19

80

. . . . . . . . . . 200 machines . . . . . . . . . . 300

25

80

25

80

. . . . . . . . . . 500

22

80

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200

– 28 25

20 40 80

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

25 16 –

60 80 20

Paper and paper goods Work on beater rolls, edge runners, pulp mill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paper manufacturing and processing, paper-making and corrugating Cardbox manufacturing, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General bookbinding work, e. g. folding Sorting, pasting, trimming, embossing, stitching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Power stations Fuel supply facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Boiler rooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Machinery or power rooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adjoining rooms, e. g. pump rooms, condenser rooms, Switchgear and controlgear (in buildings) . . . . . . . . . . Control rooms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Outdoor switchgear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

_ Em

.... .... .... etc. .... .... ....

Printing plants Trimming, gilding, relief printing, etching of printing blocks, working on lithographic stone and printing plates, printing presses, matrix manufacturing Paper sorting and hand printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Typesetting, retouching, lithographic printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colour inspection for multicolour printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steel and copper engraving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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. 500 . 500 . 1000 . 1500 . 2000

19 19 19 16 16

80 80 80 90 80

Rolling mills, iron and steel works Production facilities involving no manual intervention . . . . . . . Production facilities involving occasional manual intervention Production facilities involving constant manual intervention . . Slab storage areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blast furnaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mill train, coiler, shearing/cutting-off lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating pulpits, control stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Test, measurement and inspection stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Man-size underfloor tunnel, strip lines, cellars etc. . . . . . . . . .

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– 28 25 – 25 25 22 22 –

20 40 80 20 20 40 80 80 20

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50 150 200 50 200 300 300 500 50

Task area-related lighting focuses light onto the area where a visual task is

The maintenance value specifies the

performed. Unlike room lighting which has to ensure average illuminance through-

minimum value for mean illuminance.

out the entire room, according to EN 12464 task areas (horizontal, vertical or

This value must not be undershot in any

inclined surfaces) can be defined. In this way lighting can be matched precisely

circumstances. Compliance must be

to a particular visual task.

ensured by means of regular inspections.


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E N 1 2 4 6 4 S TA N D A R D V A L U E S

Type of room

_ Em

Task or activity

UGR L

Colour rendition index

Textile manufacturing and processing Workstations and work areas near baths, bale opening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carding, washing, pressing, operating develling machine, drafting, combing, Sizing, card perforating, slubbing, jute and hemp spinning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spinning, spooling, winding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Warping, weaving, braiding, knitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sewing, fine knitting, taking up stitches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Designing, textile pattern designing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Finishing, dyeing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Drying room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Automatic fabric printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Napping, linking, fettling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colour inspection, cloth inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Invisible mending . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hat manufacturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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25

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. 300 . 500 . 500 . 750 . 750 . 500 . 100 . 500 . 1000 . 1000 . 1500 . 500

22 22 22 22 22 22 28 25 19 16 19 22

80 80 80 80 90 80 60 80 80 90 90 80

Automobile manufacturing Bodywork construction and assembly . Painting, spray booths, grinding booths Painting: repairs, inspection . . . . . . . . . Upholstery shop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Final inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Woodworking and wood manufacturing Automatic working, e. g. curing, manufacture of laminated wood . . . . . Steam boxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reciprocating saws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Working on planing bench, glue fastening, assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sanding, painting, wood pattern making . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Working on woodworking machinery, e. g. turning, moulding, dressing, joining, cutting, sawing, sinking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Selection of veneer woods, inlays, marquetry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quality control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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19 22 19

80 90 90

Lighting of DSE workstations* Reduction of reflected glare

mean luminance levels of luminaires and surface areas that are reflected on screen

Screens with positive display

≤ 1000 cd/m 2

Screens with negative display, Quality Class I ≤ 1000 cd/m 2 (high-quality anti-reflection coating, verified by test certificate)

clean luminaires and room, replace lamp

clean luminaires

clean luminaires

Screens with negative display Quality Class II and III

≤ 200 cd/m 2

* Modern screens, primarily designed for use in offices, are highly tolerant to reflections and may not require these low luminance values

Typical values for Maintenance Factor Maintenance factor* Clean room atmosphere

0.67

Rooms with heavy soiling, e. g. by smoke

0.50

* Calculation based on: 3-year maintenance intervals and use of advanced lamp, lamp gear, and luminaire technology. Illuminance level in accordance with ageing and soiling of lamp required nominal illuminance level (maintenance value)

With the introduction of EN 12464, the maintenance factor has become the new crucial reference figure for lighting design. The maintenance factor, or MF for short, supersedes the all-inclusive light loss factor and must be calculated for the maintenance plan, which is now mandatory. The MF takes into account the ageing behaviour of lamps and luminaires, environmental conditions and maintenance intervals. If it is not possible to calculate the MF individually, a value of 0.67 or, for heavily soiled rooms, a value of 0.5 is used as a reference factor. These standard values are based on a 3-year maintenance interval and the use of advanced lamps and luminaire technology.


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TECTON ONLITE LUXMATE Operating concepts and networking

Appendix to “Light for industry & engineering”


PR A PO PD L IUCKATTNI A OM NE S SEITENTHEMA

3

Up to now, lighting, emergency

The requirements placed on

lighting and lighting control have

integration and the degree of

often been regarded as separate

integration depending on the

disciplines. Luminaire manufac-

building project may be very

turers concentrate on manufac-

different:

turing luminaires. The technical installations and building mana-

• Simple, daylight-based light-

gement sector includes the

ing control, to increase lamp

specific service of lighting in its

service life and to save

general control algorithms. It is yet a different group that

energy • Individually supplied emer-

concerns itself with emergency

gency luminaires with impro-

lighting.

ved life-cycle and reduced maintenance and inspection

Zumtobel Staff is well aware of

costs

the specific requirements relating to integral lighting solutions;

• Flexible control and oper-

it therefore combines all com-

ation of luminaires and emer-

petencies under one roof and

gency luminaires in the event

ensures system compatibility,

of changes in the use and

something that is even more

layout of manufacturing or

important. This gives the customer the following advantages:

office areas • Formally and functionally integrated emergency light-

• Using the competencies of a

ing, locally positioned group

luminaire manufacturer in the

power supply, central moni-

field of modern light sources

toring

and control gear, inclusive of knowledge of how to operate

• Building-specific networking

them to their best advantage,

of the control system for

so that optimised life-cycle

lighting, daylight, emergency

management is ensured

lighting

• Using open DALI standards for the control and monitoring of both luminaires and emergency luminaires • Lighting solutions from a single supplier

• Task-specific operating concepts at user level


Lighting management Daylight-based lighting control

Daylight-based dimming

TECTON current conducting section for power supply and lighting control

LUXMATE Basic

Power supply

Daylight DSI-TLE

Group I

(up to 3 x 148 luminaires)

Group III

Group II

148 luminaires = with DSI V amplifier L, N DA

L, N DA

L, N DA

TECTON row 1

TECTON row 2

TECTON row 3

DSI control line, max. 250 m*, max. 100/48 luminaires 98+50 = with DSI V amplifier

* > 250 m isolating element in TECTON connector (TT-D1, D2)

TECTON DALI dimmable continuous row luminaires (LDE)

Monitored self contained

TECTON current conducting section for emergency lighting power supply and monitoring

ONLITE local check (up to 256 emergency luminaires)

Charging phase DALI control line

EL1 , EN 1 DA (EL 2 , EN 2 )

EL1 , EN 1 DA (EL 2 , EN 2 )

EL1 , EN 1 DA (EL 2 , EN 2 )

Continuous row luminaire with integrated emergency lighting

Emergency luminaire ONLITE Look Ecosign Safety

Escape sign luminaire ONLITE Look Ecosign

local check switchable NT1-NT3 or dimmable DALI (LDE NT1-NT3)

local check

local check


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5

Advantages

LUXMATE Basic

• Energy savings of up to 60 % • Extension of lamp service life between 20 % and 40 % (The CIE 97 document recognises improved maintenance factors LSD light sensor Control line max. 250 m DA DA DA L, N SE (D1, D2 )(D1, D2 )(D1, D2 )

when using a daylight-based control system)

Daylight-based control module LUXMATE Basic Daylight DSI TLE

• Digital control gear reduce fire loads and allow zero-power

DALI-TLE on request

switching and dimming Timer or Presence detector or

Multi-circuit switch On/Off

L, N

L, N Dimming button

Advantages • Use of modern battery NiMh technology: – Permits compact luminaire design

L, N DA

DA

– Increased battery capacity –

SB 64 local check Extender

extended service life – 100 % recyclable L, N

DA SB 64 local check Extender

• Central monitoring:

DA

– Automatic safety checks – Functional test – Duration test

L, N DA SB 64 local check Extender

DALI line 1–4 each with 64 luminaires max. 300 m L, N DA DA

DA

– Test log book max. 300 m

DALI control line, max. 300 m, max. 64 emergency luminaires per line

– Link to building management system

DA DA L, N

SB 128 local check Controller

SB 128 local check Controller max. 256 luminaires

Mod bus

ONLITE local check

Mod bus

ONLITE local check


Lighting management Flexible control and operation of luminaires

Space management

TECTON current conducting section for power supply and lighting control

LUXMATE Emotion (up to 128 luminaires)

Power supply

LUXMATE Professional (> 128 luminaires)

L, N DA

L, N DA

L, N DA

TECTON row 1

TECTON row 2

TECTON row 3

> 300 m isolating element in TECTON connector (TT-D1, D2)

TECTON DALI dimmable continuous row luminaires (LDE)

Fire compartment-related group power supply

TECTON current conducting section for emergency lighting power supply and monitoring

ONLITE Section Central (360 W to 1440 W emergency

Emergency power circuit 1 Emergency power circuit 2

lighting power)

Emergency power circuit 3 End power circuits for 20 luminaires, max. 120 W DC, asymmetrical 160 W max. 660 W AC taking into account 360 W DC total Monitoring via Powerline

EL1 , EN 1

EL 2 , EN 2

EL1 , EN 1

Continuous row luminaire with integrated emergency lighting

Emergency luminaire ONLITE Look Ecosign Safety

Escape sign luminaire ONLITE Look Comsign

ONLITE Central switchable NSR or dimmable DALI (LDE NSI)

ONLITE Central

ONLITE Central


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LUXMATE Professional (extract)

LUXMATE Emotion

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Advantages • Individual operating concepts

L, N

• Optimal adaptation to changing usage requirements and

L, N

flexibility LM-BVS DALI control line Line 1–3 … x max. 300 m 64 luminaires

EMOTION Touch

B1 , B2 DA

B1 , B2

• Enables longer lamp service life

L, N

LM-DALIS

and reduces heat generation by DA

artificial lighting, in particular in

B1 , B2 L, N

LM-DALIS

the case of air-conditioned

Line 2 DA

DALI control line max. 300 m 64 luminaires

DA

• Activity-based switch-on times

systems

B1 , B2 L, N

LM-DALIS

B1, B2 DALI-LSD light sensor

L, N

Line 1

on request

DALI control line max. 300 m 64 luminaires LM-CPA Max. 99 groups DALI luminaires within a group have the same address.

Advantages • Extended battery life 5 or 10 years, installation outside DA

L, N

When using LUXMATE Room Automation (LRA).

temperature-sensitive areas (in

No DALI double addressing possible. In case of integration of ONLITE Section Central, the use of LM-DALIS devices, Version 2.0 or above is necessary.

EMOTION BVS (in case of integration into lighting management)

comparison to self contained) • DC lamp operation with standard electronic ballast (LDE): – Extended lamp service life, as normal coil heating operation – Low battery outlay – Flexibility in event of modifications to room usage con-

DA EL1 EL2 EL3 EN 1 EN 2 EN3

EL1 EL2 EL3 DA EN 1 EN 2 EN3

DA EL1 EL2 EL3 EN 1 EN 2 EN3

DA EL1 EL2 EL3 EN 1 EN 2 EN3

cept • Automatic testing and link to building management system • Night lighting or stairwell function in standard package

ONLITE Section Central L, N

Mod bus

ONLITE Section Central

L, N

Mod bus

L, N

Mod bus

ONLITE Section Central

L, N

Mod bus


Room management and operation Control tasks for lighting, daylight and emergency lighting

Central Management Software Emergency lighting

Visualised control of manufacturing facilities Touch panel in foremanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s area

Project-specific solutions with touch panel or software

Project-specific solution with computer and software

Office LAN, Ethernet TCP/IP LMW-GO 3.6 LM-PFC

Access areas

Manufacturing with machines

Separate escape routes and

Workstations subject to particular hazards

emergency lighting (1 lx)

(< 10 %, â&#x2030;¤ 15 lx)

Monitoring of individual power supply

Integrated emergency lighting Fire compartment-related group power supply

ONLITE Local Check

ONLITE Section Central

SB 128

EPS 360

Mod bus Project-specific solutions: Section Central Controller for max. 4 Mod bus devices

LAN, Ethernet TCP/IP equipment

External assembly sections

Access control


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Control software

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Central Management Software Indoorlighting (otpional) +

per member of staff

Emergency lighting

Project-specific solution: SCADA OPC Client Display Project-specific solution iskin server application

Project-specific solution Software

LMW iskin

LMW-GO 3.6

LMPC iskin

High-bay storage facility

Laboratories and offices

Central technical control

Diesel generator

Room management

Power supply and monitoring

Monitoring of emergency luminaires

Light and blinds

on emergency power supply system

LUXMATE Professional

LUXMATE Professional

Room Automation

External daylight sensor

LM-DALIS

LM-4JSP

LM-3DSIS

Server station

LM-TLM

LUXMATE bus

Project-specific solutions:

LRA-1500 3 x 500 LUXMATE outputs with software

LUXMATE Server

HLK

OPC Server

BACnet Gateway

Router


Comparison TECTON and High Bay Luminaires

Lighting Quality

TECTON T16/T26

• HST – characteristic golden colour and poor colour rendering arguably make them unsuited to working interiors • The colour of metal halide can shift considerably through life • HID wide spacing leads to poor uniformity over the face of the racks, with up to 50 % falling on the top of the rack • Glare from high intensity sources can make life impossible for product pickers particularly when attempting to pick from higher shelves

• Fluorescent – Wide range of colour temperatures and superior colour rendering

Room height

• Only HID is thought to work above 8 m

Flexibility

• Inherently inflexible

Installation

• HID, with far fewer points, is seen as much cheaper to install

• TECTON SH, Narrow distribution optics produce light distributions ideally suited to high mounting situations up to 23 m • All-in-one lighting solution including a large variety of optics and reflectors and independence of positioning tracks and luminaires • Utmost potential of adaptation to subsequent structural changes and new technical lighting requirements • The ease and speed of installation of Tecton fluorescent systems decimates installation time up to 60 % • No-tool installation using the reliable and consistent CLIX mechanism due to a reduced number of installation steps

Colour quality

Glare

Lifecycle

Safety

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High Bay Luminaires HID

Light Distribution

Application

WAREHOUSES AND DISTRIBUTION

Energy saving

• Not an issue • Fluorescent – Ideal, linear light distribution for linear racks optics specifically designed to place light on the face of rack aisle applications • Fluorescent – Glare is not in the same league and hardly an issue

• Warm up period and re-strike time mean that metal halide is “always on” • Metal Halide cannot be easily, smoothly or economically dimmed Lamp life & lumen depre- • Much shorter life and poor lumen depreciation ciation are a maintenance headache

• Easily switched and dimmed via occupancy or daylight for maximum energy saving

Lamp failure

• Fluorescent – No unnaceptable black holes or lamp failure risks

Emergency lighting

UV output

Insurance

• Given the point source output and wide spacing of HID an aisle could become unsafe until the failed lamp is replaced. • Option 1 – An entirely seperate emergency installation – 2 installations! • Option 2 – An additional luminaire which is then photometrically compromised • Option 3 – A no break static inverter giving 100 % light output – A poor solution for emergency lighting which ideally requires a higher quantity of lower light output luminaires • The UV output of Metal Halide is deemed unacceptable for storage of clothing or furniture • Glass covers reduce output by 10–15 % and cannot be used for food storage or preparation • Polycarbonate degrades when subjected to UV and catastrophic failure of lamp can burn through cover • Glass + polycarbonate covers suited for food use reduce out put up to 30 % • In a recent major project insures viewed HID as a “fire risk”

• Fluorescent - Long life, superb lumen depreciation and environmentally green, particularly T16

• Fluorescent – Ideally suited light output and distribution and easy testing and monitoring • Maximised photometric performance • Suited to innovative Section Central systems allowing fine tuning of individual luminaire light output

• Fluorescent – UV is hardly an issue and simple sleeving technology can be used if necessary

• TECTON Fluorescent was chosen instead!


Design documentation and international project references

United Kingdom

Sweden

Zumtobel Staff Lighting Ltd.

Zumtobel Staff AB

Unit 4 - The Argent Centre,

Norr Mälarstrand 8

Pump Lane

11220 Stockholm

Information on the subject of lighting design and

Hayes/Middlesex UB3 3BL

Tel: +46/(0)8/6511480

lighting management:

Tel. +44/(0)20 8589 1800

Fax: +46/(0)8/265605

The Lighting Handbook

Fax +44/(0)20 8756 4800

E-mail: info@zumtobelstaff.se

Contents: maintenance factors, protection require-

Email: enquiries@uk.zumtobelstaff.co.at

www.zumtobelstaff.se

ments, illuminance levels according to EN 12464,

www.zumtobelstaff.co.uk

emergency lighting standards, lamp service life, Head offices

USA and Canada

Zumtobel Staff GmbH

Zumtobel Staff Lighting

Schweizer Strasse 30

3300 Route 9W

Postfach 72

Highland, New York 1258-2630

A-6851 Dornbirn, AUSTRIA

Tel. +1/(0)845/691 62 62

Tel. +43/(0)5572/390-0

Fax +1/(0)845/691 62 89

Fax +43/(0)5572/22 826

Zumtobel Staff GmbH & Co. KG Grevenmarschstr. 74-78

Australia and New Zealand

D-32657 Lemgo, GERMANY

Zumtobel Staff (Australia) Pty. Ltd.

Tel. +49/(0)5261/2 12-0

2 Wella Way

Fax +49/(0)5261/2 12-7777

Somersby, NSW 2250

www.zumtobelstaff.de

Email: info@zumtobelstaff.com.au www.zumtobelstaff.com.au

www.zumtobelstaff.co.uk www.zumtobelstaff.us www.zumtobelstaff.com.au www.zumtobelstaff.se Including: • Regional news products, events and lighting solutions • Up-to-date product information quickly available • Addresses of nearest sales offices • Specification texts available online

Tel. +61/(2)4340 3200 Fax +61/(2)4340 2108

Information on individual country portals:

www.zumtobelstaff.ca

www.zumtobelstaff.us www.zumtobelstaff.ca

daylight-based dimming

www.zumtobelstaff.com

• Downloading of brochures, installation drawings and technical data • Downloading of data for your design programmes: COPHOS, Dialux, Relux

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