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The Lighting Industry Association


is the trade association for the Lighting Industry


Benefits of membership?


 Representation of you & the Industry to government at national & EU levels


www.thelia.org.uk


 Technical Support  Expert training  Networking, Marketing & Commercial Opportunities  Promotion of Quality Standards  Market Trend Information & Statistics  Specialist Emergency Lighting Division (ICEL)  Accredited Test Laboratory


Contact us to discuss how membership can help to strengthen your business


Find out more at www.thelia.org.uk


Trading divisions within the Association


III News from the key industry bodies for the lighting sector.III


Institution of Lighting Professionals


You can now get your hands on a copy of Lighting for Subsidiary Roads


The newest publication from the ILP is NOW AVAILABLE to purchase – PLG03 Lighting for Subsidiary Roads: Using white light sources to balance energy efficiency and visual amenity. This guide has been developed to aid in the selection of lamp type and illuminance in a way that takes account of the changes in the spectral luminous efficiency of the average human observer in the mesopic region, updating research reported in Technical Report 29. This document will:


• Provide guidance for the lighting of residential roads in the UK • Aid in the selection of lamp type and luminance • Discuss lamp spectrum and typical pedestrian tasks • Highlight the benefits of the new recommendation for residential road lighting • Provide you with application examples of the effect of reducing illuminance when using high S/P ratio • Allow you to gain an understanding of mesopic photometry.


PLG03 is now officially on sale, and is only £60 (£90 non member) to purchase. You can purchase this publication through visiting www.theilp.org.uk/plg3


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