Obtrusive Light / ULR Calculation

30 августа 2012 - Админ

    The ULR (Upward Light Ratio) value is the percentage of luminaire flux of a luminaire or a lighting installation that is emitted above the horizontal, where all luminaires are considered in their real position in the installation. Sky glow limitations depend on the environmental zone of the lighting installation. The standard defines four environmental zone categories from E1 to E4. E1 category is used for intrinsically dark landscapes like national parks or areas of outstanding natural beauty. E4 category is used for high district brightness areas like city centres. Sky glow limitations reach from 0% to 25%.
    DIALux states the ULR value on the “Planning data” output page for exterior scenes. DIALux considers only luminaire flux that goes directly into the sky. Luminaire flux above the horizontal, that is both used for lighting of vertical structures such as facades, and is restricted to these structures, will not be considered.

Luminous flux that is taken into account for the ULR value
    Fig. 308 Luminous flux that is taken into account for the ULR value

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