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Roadway and Area Solar Lighting Standard is published by NEMA.
Press Release Summary:
May 17, 2011 - NEMA has published ANSI C136.40-2011 American National Standard for Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment-Solar Lighting Systems. Produced by ANSI Committee 136 for Roadway and Area Lighting, standard defines requirements for specification and installation of DC solar-powered lighting systems. It also covers topics such as light source requirements, batteries, internal labeling, and power controls. Standard joins more than 30 other standards covering roadway and area lighting topics.
Original Press Release
NEMA Publishes ANSI C136.40-2011 American National Standard for Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment-Solar Lighting Systems
Press release date: May 10, 2011
This new standard, produced by the ANSI Committee 136 for Roadway and Area Lighting, defines requirements for the specification and installation of dc solar-powered roadway and area lighting systems. Topics addressed include light source requirements, batteries, internal labeling, and power controls. As municipalities look for ways to take advantage of solar-powered equipment, this standard will provide valuable guidance for installations.
The contents and scope of ANSI C136.40 may be viewed, or a hardcopy or electronic copy purchased for $50, by visiting www.nema.org/stds/c136-40.cfm, or by contacting IHS at 800-854-7179 (within the U.S.), 303-397-7956 (international), 303-397-2740 (fax), or global.ihs.com.
This addition to the ANSI C136 series joins more than 30 other standards covering a range of topics related to roadway and area lighting, including filament lamps, vertical tenons, and vandal shields. To view a comprehensive list of standards in the ANSI C136 series, go to www.nema.org/stds/C136.cfm.
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