LED lighting is a fast-developing technology that is becoming more popular as people begin to realise the advantages it provides, such as energy efficiency, controllability and longevity. However, poor quality installation of LED lighting systems could negate these advantages and result in inadequate lighting, failure to meet lifetime performance expectations, potential public health and safety issues or even interference with other technology due to poor systems integration.
This Code of Practice has been developed to provide confidence to users as a minimum standard for LED lighting systems installation, as well as to serve as a useful reference on the application of LED lighting systems.
- Section 2: Applications
- Section 3: System performance, lifetime and safety considerations
- Section 4: Lighting design parameters
- Section 5: Physical installation and thermal management
- Section 6: Maintenance, inspection and testing
- Section 7: Drivers and wiring
- Section 8: Control systems and interfaces
- Section 9: Dimming methods and protocols: Low voltage and mains voltage
- Section 10: Retrofit of LED lighting systems
- Annex A: Specification and application considerations, criteria and checklists
- Annex B: Key national/international regulation
- Annex C: References
- Annex D: Myth busting factsheet
- Annex E: Glossary