Indoor health lighting standards released in Shenzhen
On December 21, a series of health lighting standards drafted by Xu Yu Optoelectronics, Shenzhen Institute of Metrology and Quality Inspection, and Shenzhen Hospital Managers Association participated in drafting-T / LSA 024.4-2019, Indoor Health Lighting Design Specification Part 4: Hospital Lighting and T / LSA 024.5-2019 "Interior Health Lighting Design Specification Part 5: Classroom Lighting" were released in Shenzhen.
It is reported that on January 5, SZTT / LSA 024.1-2019 "Interior Health Lighting Design Specifications Part 1: Full Spectrum Technical Requirements" was officially released and will be implemented on February 5, 2019. The standard was jointly drafted by Xuyu Optoelectronics, Jufei Optoelectronics, Shenzhen Institute of Metrology and Quality Inspection, Shenzhen Tsinghua University Research Institute, Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School and other units, and was proposed by the Shenzhen LED Industry Standards Alliance.
Following the release of the full-spectrum technology requirements for health lighting in January 2019, the Shenzhen LED Industry Standards Alliance immediately organized related companies, research institutes and testing institutions to continue to promote the development of five other indoor health lighting standards. Multi-party discussions completed the two new Shenzhen group standards for the above-mentioned hospital and classroom lighting standards, which were jointly issued by the Shenzhen LED Industry Standards Alliance, Shenzhen Hospital Managers Association, and Shenzhen Semiconductor Industry Development Promotion Association. Classroom lighting has corresponding construction quality standards.
The hospital is an important place for medical workers to carry out diagnosis and treatment and patient rehabilitation. Different scenes have different requirements for the quality of lighting light. Through the standard restrictions on the lighting quality requirements of various places in the hospital, the comfort of the lighting environment can be effectively improved. It is also beneficial to the physical and mental health of doctors and patients. Youth students spend about 6-10 hours a day in the classroom or learning environment. If they study intensively under poor lighting conditions for a long time, their vision will be affected. Therefore, the standardization of school classroom lighting will have a healthy effect on students' vision. The impact is particularly important.
Shenzhen is an important innovation gathering place for the semiconductor lighting industry. In the absence of relevant national standards in the fields of indoor health lighting such as home furnishings, hospitals, classrooms, offices, and hotels, it has jointly developed and released innovative forms of corresponding group standards through multiple groups. Provide a standard basis for lighting design and product quality evaluation. This move has been recognized and adopted by manufacturers, designers, testing agencies and management applications. The joint development and release of standards by industry associations will also give positive effect on promoting the application of healthy lighting technologies and products.