1476.02  DEFINITIONS.
   As used in this chapter:
   (a)   Direct light means light emitted directly from a lamp, off of a reflector or reflector diffuser or through a refractor or diffuser lens of a luminaire.
   (b)   Fixture means the assembly that houses a lamp or lamps, which assembly may include all or some of the following parts: a housing, a mounting bracket or pole socket, a lamp holder, a ballast, a reflector or mirror and/or a refractor or lens.
   (c)   Flood or spot light means any light fixture or lamp that incorporates a reflector or a refractor to concentrate the light output into a directed beam in a particular direction.
   (d)   Glare means light emitting from a luminaire with an intensity great enough to reduce a viewer's ability to see and, in extreme cases, to cause momentary blindness.
   (e)   Height of luminaire means the vertical distance from the ground directly below the centerline of the luminaire to the lowest direct light-emitting part of the luminaire.
   (f)   Indirect light means direct light that has been reflected or that has been scattered off of other surfaces.
   (g)   Lamp means the component of a luminaire that produces the actual light.
   (h)   Light trespass means the shining of light produced by a luminaire beyond the boundaries of the property on which it is located.
   (i)   Lumen means a unit of luminous flux.  One foot-candle is one lumen per square foot.  For purposes of this chapter, the lumen output values shall be the initial lumen output ratings of a lamp.
   (j)   Luminaire means a complete lighting system, including a lamp or lamps and fixtures.
   (k)   Outdoor lighting means the night-time illumination of an outside area or object by any man- made device located outdoors that produces light by any means.
   (l)   Temporary outdoor lighting means the night-time illumination of an outside area or object by any man-made device located outdoors that produces light by any means for a period of less than seven days with at least 180 days passing before such device is used again.
(Ord. 1995-17.  Passed 5-22-95.)