The Area Tool will calculate optimal pole spacing between 4 poles. A scenario typical of parking lots or other open areas.
The Economic Tool allows for the comparison of three lighting systems’ life time cost following RP-31.
The Floodlight Tool can calculate the number of luminaires required to illuminate a surface based on your criteria.
The Interior Tool will calculate the number of luminaires needed to meet an average illuminance across the workplane for an enclosed rectangular room.
The Photometric Tool provides a rich array of charts and tables summarizing the photometric performance of a luminaire.
The Roadway Tool will find the optimal spacing for poles along a roadway using the criteria and procedures set forth by the IES for Roadway lighting.
The Template Tool can be used to view iso-illuminance contours also called templates.
The Wallwash Tool can calculate the number of luminaires required to illuminate a surface based on your criteria.
Newly adopted into the BC Building code (all building permits taken out after Dec 20, 2013). Training material and resources.
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