The water vapour in the air is called Humidity. The Absolute Humidity of the air at any given condition is defined as the actual weight of water vapour contained in unit volume of air at that condition. Since the weight of water vapour contained in the air is relatively small, it is often measured in grains rather than in pounds. (1 pound=7000 grains)
Means conditioning the air for maintaining required conditions of temperature, humidity, oxygen level and dust level inside air enclosed space.
The CFM delivered by the blower is termed as Air Quantity handled by the Package Unit. It is measured with the help of anemometer which gives velocity, when we multiply it with area of coil we get CFM.
Current which passes from the generator in one direction and then the other, alternately.
A measure for the lightness of a road surface being defined as the value of the luminance coefficient q averaged over a specified solid angle of light incidence.
Value used to evaluate various lighting systems based upon light output and power input. Mathematical formula: Ballast Efficacy Factor equals Ballast Factor (percent value) divided by ballast Input Power (watts).
Measure of light output from lamp operated by commercial ballast, as compared to a laboratory standard reference ballast. Ballast factor .90 means ballast produces 90% of light produced by ANSI C82.2 or IEC82 reference ballast operating same lamps.
The ratio of the flux emitted within the solid angle defined by the beam spread, to the bare lamp flux.
The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water from 63°F to 64°F is called British Thermal Unit. This unit is widely used standard for measuring heat quantity.
Device in ballast that stores electrical energy. Often used for power factor correction and lamp regulation.
Arrangement of road-lighting luminaires suspended with their main beam axes at right angles to the road axis.
Luminaire designed to be suspended from a cable with its main beam axis at right angles to the axis of the road.
Color quality of a color stimulus definable by its chromaticity coordinates, or by its dominant (or complementary) wavelength and its excitation purity taken together.
Plane diagram showing the result of mixtures of color stimuli, each chromaticity being represented unambiguously by a single point on the diagram.
Measure of the degree to which the psycho-physical colors of objects illuminated by the source conform to those of the same objects illuminated by a reference illuminant for specified conditions.
General expression for the effect of an illuminant on the color appearance of objects in conscious or subconscious comparison with their color appearance under a reference illuminant.
Temperature of the black body that emits radiation of the same chromaticity as the radiation considered. Unit Kelvin, K.
Lighting system comprising light sources shielded by a ledge or recess, and distributing light over the ceiling and upper wall.
A luminaire characteristic that indicates the suitability of the luminaire for use under wet and foggy weather conditions. Unit Kelvin K.
Lighting in which the light on the working plane or on an object is not incident predominantly from a particular direction.