Fiber Optic Lighting: A Guide for Specifiers, Second Edition
Fibre optic lighting is a dynamic emerging technology that offers a broad range of aesthetic and problem-solving options to the lighting designer. This practical desk reference was written to serve the needs of professional lighting designers, engineers, facility managers, energy managers, architects and interior designers in applying and specifying these innovative products. The full spectrum of related application, cost and design issues are thoroughly addressed, covering system fundamentals, components, principles of operation and creative uses of fibre optic lighting in commercial, industrial and retail environments.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF FIBER OPTIC LIGHTING
THE ILLUMINATOR AND FIBERS
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
GLASS OR PLASTIC?
THE STARLIKE DISPLAY
Optimum Illuminator Placement
GETTING THE BEST RESULTS
A SELECTION OF MANUFACTURERS
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