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Specifies requirements particular to lighting grounds for playing Australian Rules, Rugby League, Rugby Union and Soccer and examines the particular visual tasks associated with this sport. Lighting levels are specified for training, amateur and professional levels of play but lighting for television broadcasting is not included. To be read in conjunction with AS 2560.1. Deals with the same technical areas as the 1986 edition but includes requirements as well as recommendations, the requirements applying to measurement techniques and acceptable levels of various lighting parameters. Other changes include the introduction of a second uniformity measurement, glare rating requirements and specified locations for illuminance and glare calculations or measurements.
 

Document History

  1. AS 2560.2:2021


    Sports lighting, Part 2: Specific applications

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  2. AS 2560.2.8-2007 AMDT 1


    Sports Lighting - Specific applications - Outdoor bowling greens

    • Historical Version
  3. AS 2560.2.5-2007


    Sports lighting, Part 2.5: Specific applications - Swimming pools

    • Historical Version
  4. AS 2560.2.3-2007


    Sports lighting, Part 2.3: Specific applications - Lighting for football (all codes)

    • Historical Version
  5. AS 2560.2.8-2007


    Sports lighting, Part 2.8: Specific applications - Outdoor bowling greens

    • Historical Version
  6. AS 2560.2.1-2003


    Sports lighting, Part 2.1: Specific applications - Lighting for outdoor tennis

    • Historical Version
  7. AS 2560.2.3-2002

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    Sports lighting - Specific applications - Lighting for football (all codes)

    • Historical Version
  8. AS 2560.2.6-1994


    Guide to sports lighting, Part 2.6: Specific recommendations - Baseball and softball

    • Historical Version
  9. AS 2560.2.7-1994


    Guide to sports lighting, Part 2.7: Specific recommendations - Outdoor hockey

    • Historical Version
  10. AS 2560.2.5-1994


    Guide to sports lighting - Specific recommendations - Swimming pools

    • Historical Version
  11. AS 2560.2.8-1994


    Guide to sports lighting - Specific recommendations - Bowling greens

    • Historical Version
  12. AS 2560.2.6-1994 AMDT 1


    Guide to sports lighting - Specific recommendations - Baseball and softball

    • Historical Version
  13. AS 2560.2.2-1986


    Guide to sports lighting, Part 2.2: Lighting of multipurpose indoor sports centres

    • Historical Version
  14. AS 2560.2.4-1986


    Guide to sports lighting, Part 2.4: Lighting for outdoor netball and basketball

    • Historical Version
  15. AS 2560.2.3-1986


    Guide to sports lighting - Specific recommendations - Lighting for football (all codes)

    • Historical Version
  16. AS 2560.2.1-1982


    Guide to sports lighting - Specific recommendations - Lighting for outdoor tennis

    • Historical Version