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Hitecnico 160W LED Flood Lights Successful Project France Sports Lighting

  • Posted on:  Sunday, 10 May 2015 00:00

Here we would like to share a successful project case study to use our LED lights.

It is a sports lighting project in France, we help the client Mr. Joseph E. for lighting design. Joseph would like to replace the old 400W metal halide lamps with new LED technology. “We have been talking with several suppliers and finally decided to use Hitecnico 160W model because their LED lights look very nice and the Dialux lighting design is the best.” Joseph said.

The indoor hockey field dimension is 40m long by 20m wide, mounting height for lights is 8m. We Hitecnico team use professional lighting design software Dialux for simulation and work out that 40 units of our 160W product is very good for this project.

Hitecnico 160W Led Flood Lights

Above is product photo of Hitecnico 160W LED Flood Lights model HTI-TS-F160A which is used in this project. This model is equipped with world top brand Philips Lumileds LUXEON T LED and Mean Well power supply, good for IP66, with 8 years warranty as latest upgraded.

Below is Dialux lighting design performance by our 160W LED lights:

Dialux Layout Plan France Sports Lighting

Layout plan shows the lights distribution, this is helpful for guiding actual installation.

Dialux 3D Rendering France Sports Lighting

3D Rendering helps to have overall understanding about the lights in the space.

Dialux Color False Rendering France Sports Lighting

False Color Rendering helps to check about uniformity of lighting effect.

Dialux Isolines France Sports Lighting

Floor/Isolines shows the detail lux level on the floor, we can see it achieves 540 lux on the floor, this is more than good enough for sports lighting.

“After installation, switch on, we are really happy with the lighting performance, just more than good enough and much better than before. I believe our upgraded lighting will attract more players to come.” Joseph is excited.

“We also pay attention on energy consumption, now we use 160W LED lights comparing to the old 400W metal halide, about 60% energy is saved.” Joseph says. “This will bring us long term benefits while using their LED.”

Would like to know more about our products? Please click Hitecnico LED Flood Lights from 40W to 280W to see our full range LED flood lights good for sports lighting.

If you also work on similar sports lighting projects and would like IES file for Dialux simulation, please do not hesitate to contact us. And if you need us to help for lighting design according to your project details, please contact us, it's absolutely free of charge.

2 comments

  • Comment Link HITECNICO Tuesday, 01 September 2015 02:56 posted by HITECNICO

    Hi Erich,

    That's a good question!

    As for sports lighting, glare is an important concern, not only to protect players' eyes but also to bring more comfortable lighting to audience too.

    Thanks to good optics design of HITECNICO LED lights, glare is under acceptable good level for this project.

    For projects requesting special low glare, we can use our unique designed opal lens, for your reference here below is our webpage link for a lighting project to use opal lens:
    http://www.hitecnico.com/projects/item/51-hitecnico-120w-led-high-bay-lights-successful-project-usa-warehouse-lighting.html

    Welcome for more comments from you, and if you like you can contact us by email: INFO@HITECNICO.COM for more discussions.

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    Kind Regards,
    HITECNICO

  • Comment Link Erich A. Tuesday, 01 September 2015 02:38 posted by Erich A.

    It looks good lighting performance at 540 lux, just wondering if there will be worry about glare to eyes?

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