Lighting is long-established as the standard text for the teaching of lighting design and application.
The fifth edition has been thoroughly revised and expanded in line with current standards, regulations and recommendations to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date and practical guide to the subject.
Lighting is an essential text for BTEC NC/D and HNC/D building services engineering courses as well as degree courses in architecture, building, building services engineering, surveying and electrical engineering. It will also prove useful for C&G electrical installation work (236) part 2 and Course C, and the lighting courses of The Institution of Lighting Engineers and the Lighting Industry Federation. It will also help optometry students studying Occupational Opthamlic Optics for the BCO pt II examinations.
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