Good office lighting not only refers to the lighting, it should be able to meet a variety of different needs. We provide a wide range of lighting concepts for office lighting design, from hanging to embedded and ceiling installation to maximize customer satisfaction for decoration and function.
Nowadays, with the relative independence of employee's office and the influence of communication mode, the structure type of office space will be directly decided. Normal office staffs focus on work and concentrate on work, while the integrated office area is centralized and convenient for communication, so for different applications, lighting scheme is different.
To this end, we provide a full range of office lighting concepts to meet different needs, each of which includes functionality, economy and aesthetics.
In addition to consider the color temperature, light color, but also must consider the average office illumination, comfort, uniformity and safety. Further, you should consider the cost of the entire lighting system.
The average illuminance is used to measure the brightness of a scene.
Illumination is the total luminous flux incident on a surface, per unit area. In SI derived units these are measured in lux (lx).
In formula E=Ô/A,
E –Illumination on the surface, lux (lx)
ÔA – luminous flux on the surface (lm)
A – The area of the surface
** Illumination for office space
1000-1500 for drawing room, design room
500-800 for senior executive office, conference room, general office
300 for hall, basement, tea room, bathroom
200 for walkways, storage room, parking lot
**Utilization factor - lighting design must require accurate utilization factor, otherwise there will be a big deviation. Factors affected are as below:
1 Light distribution curve
2 light output ratio
3. Indoor reflection coefficient (ceiling, wall, work desktop)
4. Lighting arrangement
**Maintenance factor - After one year’s use, the average illumination can still reach the standard, so the maintenance factor should be taken into account. Factors affected are as below:
1. Fluorescent tube failure value
2. Fluorescent tubes and lamps attached to dust
3. P6 board aging or grid aluminum oxidation and so on
**Comfort - is the contrast between indoor and outdoor lighting. Example: If the indoor sensitive contrast is too large, it will cause a lot of shadows. So for the lamps installed, you cannot just judge the quantity by experience, but also depend on the lighting manufacturers to provide technical information, computer-aided design evenness, etc., in order to achieve the most appropriate illumination.
**Uniformity = the lowest illumination in the illumination area / the highest illumination in the illumination area
**Safety - Safety is about the quality of luminaires, ballasts, starters, wires and their components, which should meet the international standards so as to avoid fires caused by substandard lamps and endanger the whole building.