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Provides general principles and recommendations for the lighting of building interiors to enhance the performance and comfort of those performing visual tasks. Deals with illuminating essential task details, using both artificial light and daylight, while controlling or excluding factors that might cause visual discomfort.
 

Document History

  1. AS/NZS 1680.1:2006

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    Interior and workplace lighting, Part 1: General principles and recommendations

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  2. AS 1680.1-1990


    Interior lighting - General principles and recommendations

    • Historical Version
  3. AS 1680-1976


    Code of practice for interior lighting and the visual environment

    • Historical Version
  4. AS CA30-1965


    Code for the artificial lighting of buildings

    • Historical Version
  5. AS CA30-1957


    Code for the artificial lighting of buildings

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  6. AS (E)CA501-1942


    Code for the interior illumination of buildings by artificial light

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