Australian/New Zealand Standard™. Emergency lighting and exit signs for buildings. Part 1: System design, installation and operation. AS/NZ. Firewize policy is one of continuous improvement, details of products, procedures or methods described within this ASx - Emergency lighting and exit signs for buildings . You will receive an eBook “AS -. Emergency. This document is not intended to be used as a substitute for AS and should not AS = Emergency Escape Lighting and Exit Signs for Buildings Refer to section 3 of this manual, Class Luminaire Mounting Height and Spacing.
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Get as 1 emergency escape lighting and exit signs PDF file for free from We have eBooks for every subject suitable for download. Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. Flag for AS ( Incorporating Amendment No. 1). AS This is a free. Alternatively, the printed Catalogue provides information current at 1 The objective of the AS series of Standards is to provide all those.
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The terminology now used, and reflected in the new series title, recognizes the term emergency lighting as including four categories of lighting, each provided with an alternative energy supply, as follows: a b c d Emergency escape lighting.
Illuminated emergency exit signs. High risk task area lighting. Standby lighting. Of these categories, items a and b are the newly adopted terms that refer to the two types of emergency lighting that are required by law in Australia and comprise the scope of the AS series of Standards. Items c and d are types of lighting that have a limited history in this country and which are not covered by this series of Standards.
This Standard also includes the following significant changes from the previous edition: i Replacement of word exit with pictograph. The adoption of terminology from IEC Further to the content of this Standard, the committee will investigate new techniques, new or developing energy sources and illuminants e. The committee invites input from interested parties in relation to any of these matters. The terms normative and informative have been used in this Standard to define the application of the appendix to which they apply.
A normative appendix is an integral part of a Standard, whereas an informative appendix is only for information and guidance. This Standard distinguishes between documents cited as normative references and those referenced for information only. Those belonging to the former category are cited in the clause titled Normative references and listed in Appendix A while those of the latter type are listed in the bibliography.
Both central battery and single point or self contained systems are included. The scope of this Standard does not include the following: a Constructional including appearance requirements for emergency escape luminaires and exit signs.
Requirements for high-risk task area lighting. Requirements for standby lighting.
NOTE: Due to the known detrimental effect of smoke on the visual conditions provided by emergency lighting, it is recommended that provision be made to keep escape paths as free from smoke as possible by means such as construction techniques and ventilation.
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