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Sets out the requirements for the design, construction, performance and testing of road lighting luminaires to ensure that they will be suitable for the operating and environmental conditions to which they will be subjected in service. Road lighting luminaires must withstand, and be capable of operating under, adverse conditions, including the effects of salt spray, industrially contaminated atmospheres, fog, smoke, dust storms, snow, ultraviolet radiation, driving rain, wind and traffic-induced vibration.
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