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Standard ID TB 10089-2015 (TB10089-2015)
Description (Translated English) Code for Design of Railway Lighting
Sector / Industry Railway & Train Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard P65
Classification of International Standard 45.020
Word Count Estimation 79,739
Date of Issue 2015-12-31
Date of Implementation 2016-04-01
Quoted Standard GB 17945-2010; GB 50016-2014; GB 50034-2013; GB 50582-2010; TB 10008-2015; JGJ 16-2008; JGJ/T 119-2008; JGJ/T 163-2008; JGJ 243-2011; CJJ 45-2006
Drafting Organization China Railway Economic Planning and Research Institute
Administrative Organization Science and Technology and Law Department of the State Railway Administration
Regulation (derived from) State-Railway-Technology-Regulation (2015) 66
Summary This standard applies to railway indoor and outdoor lighting design.

TB 10089-2015
Code for Design of Lighting for Railways
Issued on May 14,2018
Issued by National Railway Administration of the People’s Republic of China
1 General Provisions
1.0.1 This Code is prepared with a view to unifying the technical standards for the design of lighting
for railways and improving the design quality.
1.0.2 This Code is applicable to the design of lighting of indoor and outdoor places.
1.0.3 The lighting shall be so designed to meet the functional requirements of different activity
areas, fulfilling the objectives of people-orientation, advanced technology, cost efficiency, safety and
easy maintenance.
1.0.4 In the design of lighting, relevant national energy policies shall be implemented. Daylight shall
be properly utilized to realize green and environmentally friendly lighting. Proactive
taken to save energy, proven energy-efficient products shall be used, meeting relevant national
requirements on energy saving and environmental protection.
1.0.5 Products accredited by authorized national authorities and conforming to relevant national
technical standards or policies shall be used in the design of lighting. Obsolete products must not be
1.0.6 In addition to this Code, the design of lighting of railway shall also comply with relevant
national standards in force.
3 Basic Requirements
3.1 General Requirements
3.1.1 The mounting position , beam angle and shielding measures accordance with the visual requirements, operation activities and environmental conditions in each place, by properly selecting the light source, luminaire types and lumination modes, to ensure proper illuminance, color rendering, luminance distribution and comfortable visual environment.
3.1.2 For the design of indoor lighting, specific lighting requirements of different indoor be taken into consideration, and artificial lighting shall be coordinated with daylighting to save energy.
3.1.3 Lighting modes are lighting. The selection of lighting modes shall comply with the following provisions.
1 Workplaces shall be provided with general lighting.
2 Localized lighting shall be provided when different illuminance levels are required in different workplace.
3 Mixed lighting should be provided when the general lighting is insufficient for the workplace.
4 A workplace shall not be provided with only local lighting.
3.1.4 Lighting types are lighting and landscape lighting. The selection of the lighting type shall comply with the following provisions.
1 Normal lighting shall be provided at each workplace.
2 Stand-by lighting shall be provided for workplace where normal operation needs to be maintained after the normal lighting fails. Escape lighting shall be installed for the emergency exit and passage to ensure safe evacuation after the normal lighting fails.
3 On-duty lighting shall be provided for the workplace where duty man or patrolling is required
in non-working hours at night.
4 For the workplace requiring security protection, security lighting shall be provided according
to the scope to be guarded.
5 On railway buildings or constructions that may pose danger to navigation safety, obstacle
lighting shall be provided according to provisions made by authorities concerned.
6 Landscape lighting may be provided at railway passenger stations or other buildings only if it
does not pose threat to traffic safety.
3.2 Selection of Light Source
3.2.1 The selection of railway light workplaces regarding color rendering and temperature, start-up time and restarting time. And the light source shall be determined by a comprehensive technical and economic analysis of the price, service life, retention rate of luminous flux, as well as the efficiency of the light sources, luminaires and ballasts.
5 Lighting of Main Areas
5.1 Passenger Station Building
5.1.1 The lighting mode of passenger station buildings shall be determined in compliance with the
following provisions.
1 General lighting shall be set in each workplace.
2 For large public spaces, such as the station hall, departure hall, waiting room and ticket hall,
localized lighting may be designed differently according to the functional requirements.
ticket counter, security check and service window should be provided with local
lighting owing to the high intensity of illumination requirements.
5.1.2 The lighting type of the passenger station buildings shall be determined in compliance with the
following provisions.
1 Normal lighting shall be set in each workplace.
2 Emergency lighting shall be set in passages of station buildings as well as passenger-gathering
places, such as the concourse waiting area and ticket hall.
3 On-duty lighting shall be set in large public spaces, such as the concourse, waiting
ticket hall. Some emergency lighting may also work as on-duty lighting.
4 The design of obstacle lighting on station buildings that may pose danger to navigation safety
shall follow the provisions made by authorities concerned.
5 Landscape lighting may be provided for station buildings.
5.1.3 The selection of light source and luminaires for passenger station buildings shall comply with
the following provisions.
1 Three-band T5 or T8 fluorescent lamp, compact fluorescent lamp, metal halide lamp and LED
lamp should be used as light sources of station buildings. LED lamps shall be used as the light
for all kinds of marker lamps.
2 For places with luminaire mounting height of 6 fluorescent lamp, compact fluorescent lamp, or LED lamp should be used. For places with luminaire mounting height above 6 m, the metal halide lamp should be used.
3 Under the condition that glare requirements met, HID lamps should be set with relatively high single-lamp power, and the single-lamp power of fluorescent type lamps shall be selected under principle of achieving the highest luminous efficacy.
4 Luminaire mounting height and the room index RI shall be taken into consideration for the
selection of luminaires with different distribution of luminous intensity. For lighting in large and tall
spaces, requirements on uniformity ratio of illuminance shall be met, and luminaires with
distribution of luminous intensity should be used to reduce luminous flux loss.
5 The shape, dimension and color of luminaires shall be coordinated with the dimension and style
of the architectural furnishing.
5.1.4 For the station hall, departure hall, waiting room and ticket room in the station building, the color temperature of the light with each other.
5.1.5 For the public space of open business areas in the station building, the design of lighting shall
consider both the control of different zones and the control of illuminance. When the lights in the open business space are turned on, the overall luminous flux of luminaires in the public space may be reduced in accordance with lighting conditions in business areas.
5.2 Passenger Platform
5.2.1 The passenger platform shall be set with normal lighting and on-duty lighting and may be lighting.
5.2.2 The positioning of the platform luminaires and the color of the light source shall not hinder the
driver’s line of sight to distinguish the light signals and observe the harmful influences created from
the situations ahead.
5.2.3 The passenger platform should be set with metal halide lamps or LED lamps. The selected
luminaires shall be adaptable to outdoor operations and convenient for cleaning and maintenance and shall have high shock-absorbing capacity and heat-sinking capability.
5.2.4 The color temperature of the lighting source in the passenger platform should be between
4 200 K and 5 300 K. For luminaires under the same platform shelter and within the platform area of
elevated station building, the lighting arrangement and the color temperature of the light source should be the same.
5.2.5 Full considerations shall be given to the safety clearance between the luminaire and live parts
of overhead contact line system (OCS) for luminaire installation and maintenance on platforms.
5.3 Building for Administration and Production
5.3.1 All kinds of workplaces shall be set with lighting, and sockets for local lighting may be set
close to workbenches.
5.3.2 Lighting for the manufacturing workshops that provides
and parking shall comply with the following provisions.
1 General lighting shall be set, and its position and zoning control shall be determined according
to the arrangement of equipment or the assembly line.
2 In the large workshop, localized lighting should be set or local lighting should be added to the
that deals with operations and requires high level of illuminance and color rendering, such
precision identification and color recognition.
3 Safety extra-low voltage (SELV) lighting that can be pointed upward to illuminate the bottom
of the vehicle should be set on the interior wall along the service trench where the flow of passengers will not be obstructed.
4 For the workshop with elevated operator workstations, general lighting should be set along
with local lighting to meet illuminance requirements of operation surfaces. Local lighting may be set in coordination with the structure of the operating platform, and type II or type HI luminaires should be selected.
5 For luminaires setting along the assembly line or process route, the installation angle shall be
designed to avoid the glare effect and interference to signal lamps.
5.3.3 Lighting for houses in potentially explosive or fire hazardous environment shall comply with
relevant provisions in Code for Design of Electrical Installations in Explosive Atmospheres (GB
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