Lighting. A system of fixtures providing or controlling the light sources used on or near the airport or within the airport buildings. The field lighting includes all luminous signals, markers, floodlights, and illuminating devices used on or near the airport or to aid in the operation of aircraft landing at, taking off from, or taxiing on the airport surface.
Lighting. (1) The VDT workstation shall be located perpendicular to and away from windows, and between rows of lights, to avoid excessive glare. Where such an arrangement is not possible, windows shall be fitted with blinds or drapes.
Lighting. No street lighting will be employed by the Developer to minimize light pollution. No additional lighting by a Property Owner may occur outside of the building envelope. Lighting within the building envelope is permitted provided such lighting does not result in excessive glare toward neighbouring properties or public areas. All exterior lighting must be of a low level intensity, with the source of light shielded, directed downward, and is subject always to the approval of the Developer.
Lighting. Landlord will furnish both Building Standard and non-Building Standard lamps, bulbs, ballasts and starters that are part of the Leasehold Improvements for purchase by Tenant at Landlord's cost, plus Landlord's standard administration fee. Landlord will install non-Building Standard items at Landlord's scheduled rate for this service.
Lighting. No lighting, fixtures, lighting trusses or overhead lighting are allowed outside the boundaries of the Exhibitor’s booth. Lighting must be directed to the inner confines of the booth space, and shall not project onto other exhibits or aisles. Lighting that is potentially harmful, such as lasers, or ultraviolet lighting is prohibited. Lighting that spins, rotates, flashes, or pulsates is expressly prohibited.
Lighting. A lighting plan shall be required in conjunction with the site plan review. Lighting shall be designed be “dark sky” compliant and to illuminate the subject property and shall not encroach onto abutting properties. All lighting shall be directed away from adjoining property with no light spillover and shall comply with Section 195-34 of the Town Bylaws.
Lighting a. Unless superseded by future technology which renders such lighting unnecessary, TSA will provide fixed UV lights at airports where travel document checker (“TDC”) workstations have been equipped with electrical power dedicated for the TDC workstations. Where electrical power is not readily available at the workstation, TSA will make reasonable efforts to obtain electrical power supply or install fixed, battery-operated UV lights.