Preface. Acknowledgements. Part 1 Emergency Lighting Systems: Introduction; System selection; Design considerations; Self-contained systems; Central battery systems; Wiring systems; Batteries and data; Low mounted way guidance systems and ancillary applications; Automatic intelligent testing; Reference information. Part 2 Security Lighting Systems: Architecture; Selection of lighting system; Luminaires and light forms; Detection techniques; Demand lighting; Extended period lighting; CCTV and observation lighting; Energy management; Integrated systems and central monitoring; Reference information. Index.
A thoroughly practical guide to identifying needs, specifying and installationCovers requirements of latest workplace directives and Building RegulationsIncludes the latest technical developments such as low-energy systems for extended period lighting
Gerard Honey is an experienced international installer and well known author within the electrical and electronic security and safety areas. He is married with two grown up children and spends part of his time in the north of England, the remainder working abroad. He promotes a healthy lifestyle and swims and cycles on a regular basis, but has an interest in most other sports also - particularly football. Gerard Honey is practical and sees all installations in real terms as he understands technical limitations and working problems.
'The book provides some essential tips on current thinking for installers who have long been involved in lighting systems as well as those considering a move into this sector as an added source of revenue... Busy installers will find it a highly practical guide.' Security Installer, January 2002