Hockey is one of the fastest team sports and requires a lotof light, for players, referees and spectators. The lightingneeds to contribute towards the contracts between the puck and the ice with excellent uniformity so everyone involved can clearly see what is happening. In a nontelevisedcontext 600lx on the ice is sufficient but whenbroadcasting this has to be at least 1000 lux often more. When planning the light it is important to ensure that thespectator area is lit to at least 30% of the playing surfaceto avoid tiring visual contrast. During the initial line-upsand breaks lower levels are commonplace with spotlights following the players as they move around the rink,assuming the system is optimised with lighting control.
Solution with 600 lux
The solution meets the uniformity requirement and the glareindex in accordance with the sports hall standard EN 12193: 2007and with Class II for training and competing in lower divisions.
136 pcs InduLED medium beam 12,000 lm.
Mounting height 7 m
Average illumination 600 lux on the ice.
Solution with 1000 lux
249 pcs InduLED medium beam 12,000 lm.
Mounting height 11 m
Average illumination 1014 lux on the ice.