A NEW CONSIDERATION DISTINGUISHES THE LATEST IESNA LIGHTING HANDBOOK "There are a lot of specifiers who either don't care or are not aware that lighting is more complex than picking a number out of a book. This book is an effort to make people think, and to remind them of what the issues are," says Naomi Miller, one of the authors the ninth edition of The Lighting Handbook, published by the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA). It is called a "handbook," but ...
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