Artificial Lighting

Artificial Lighting

Artificial lighting of sufficient intensity in the visible electromagnetic spectrum in a building, structure, enclosed space, aeroplane or ship is provided for practical and aesthetic reasons for the benefit of the occupants where adequate natural light is insufficient ot not available. Artificial lighting sources include incandescent lamps, arc lamps, lamps based on discharge of gas, and light-emitting diodes.

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