• SN EN 15193 : 2007 CORR 2011

    Superseded A superseded Standard is one, which is fully replaced by another Standard, which is a new edition of the same Standard.


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    Superseded date:  01-08-2017


    Published date:  12-01-2013

    Publisher:  Swiss Standards

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    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 Calculating energy used for lighting
      4.1 Total energy used for lighting
          4.1.1 Total estimated energy
          4.1.2 Total annual energy used for lighting
      4.2 Lighting Energy Numeric Indicator (LENI)
    5 Metering
      5.1 General
      5.2 Load segregation
      5.3 Remote metering
    6 Calculation of lighting energy in buildings
      6.1 Installed lighting power
          6.1.1 General
          6.1.2 Luminaire
          6.1.3 Luminaire power (P[i])
          6.1.4 Parasitic powers (P[ci] and P[ei])
      6.2 Calculation methods
          6.2.1 Quick method
          6.2.2 Comprehensive method
          6.2.3 Determination of constant illuminance
                factor F[c]
    7 Benchmark of lighting energy requirements
    8 Lighting design and practice
    Annex A (informative) - Metering of lighting circuit
    Annex B (informative) - Measurement method of total
                            power of luminaires and associated
                            parasitic power
          B.1 Introduction
          B.2 Test measurement of luminaire power during
               normal operation
          B.3 Standard test conditions
          B.4 Electrical measuring instruments
          B.5 Test luminaires
          B.6 Test voltage
          B.7 Luminaire power (P[i])
          B.8 Luminaire parasitic power with lamps
               off (P[pi])
          B.9 Emergency lighting luminaire parasitic
               input power (P[ei])
          B.10 Lighting controls standby parasitic
               power (P[ci])
          B.11 Default luminaire power for existing
               lighting installations
          B.12 Default parasitic energy for existing
               lighting installations
    Annex C (informative) - Determination of the daylight
                            dependency factor F[D,n]
          C.1 General
          C.2 Building segmentation: Spaces benefiting
               from daylight
          C.3 Daylight supply
               C.3.1 Vertical facades
               C.3.2 Rooflights
          C.4 Daylight dependent artificial lighting
               control, F[D,C]
          C.5 Monthly method
    Annex D (informative) - Determination of occupancy
                            dependency factor F[O]
          D.1 Introduction
          D.2 Detailed determination of F[O]
          D.3 Motivation for the choice of FO functions
    Annex E (informative) - Determination of the constant
                            illuminance factor F[C]
          E.1 Introduction
          E.2 Power for constant illuminance factor
          E.3 Constant illuminance factor (F[c])
    Annex F (informative) - Benchmark values and lighting
                            design criteria
    Annex G (informative) - Default values
          G.1 The default values for annual operating
               hours relating to building type are given
               in Table G.1
    Annex H (informative) - Other considerations
          H.1 Individual dimming
          H.2 Algorithmic lighting
          H.3 Light pipes
          H.4 Lighting installations with scene setting
          H.5 Daylight guidance
               H.5.1 Vertical facades
               H.5.2 Rooflights
    Annex I (informative) - List of Symbols

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    Describes the calculation methodology for the evaluation of the amount of energy used for indoor lighting inside the building and provides a numeric indicator for lighting energy requirements used for certification purposes.

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    Committee INB/NK 199
    Development Note CORR 2011 is only available in English & French. (01/2015)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Swiss Standards
    Status Superseded
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