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#85398 - 06/26/03 11:57 PM First switch in the kitchen...  
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Does the first switch in the kitchen have to turn on the fluorescent lighting of some sort or it has to be the main lighting fluorescent?

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#85399 - 06/27/03 12:22 AM Re: First switch in the kitchen...  
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In the state of CA yes!

The general lighting in kitchens must have an efficiency of at least 40 lumens per watt.

Each room with a bath tub or shower must also have at least one fixture with an efficiency of at least 40 lumens per watt.
http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/residential_manual/res_manual_chapter2.PDF

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