A hall with a game or activity area of 40 x 20 metres forhandball, bandy, volleyball, basketball, pretty much anything.Regardless of the sport, you have to have enoughlight in the playing area. For competitions and matches thenormal light level is set at 750lx on the floor, with lowerlevels during exercise or school physical education. Verticalillumination is equally as important so the participantscan see both the movement of the ball and the opponent. The positioning of the luminaires is important to avoidthe players being effected by glare and their concentrationdisturbed.
The basketball court occupies a smaller area in the hall,and it’s possible to add a theatrical element and createa sense of occasion. The actual basketball court shouldbe much lighter than the surrounding area, with themarkings of the court clearly visible. The very nature ofthe multipurpose hall encourages the
A recommended solution for large halls for handball, bandy etc.
32 pcs Excis LED medium beam with a flow of 20,000 lm.
Mounting height 7 m
Average illumination 530 lux
The solution meets the uniformity requirement and the glare index inaccordance with the sports hall standard EN 12193: 2007 and with Class IIfor training and competing in lower divisions.
Control of the multipurposehall
There are many different varieties of sports hall but whateverits construction factoring in DALI lighting control att he planning stage is advisable.
Sometimes there is a folding partition wall in the centreenabling physical education lessons to be split over twoareas or the hall is twice the size with a partition wall inthe middle to make two full-sized playing areas. Somehalls divide the surface into smaller sections, thesedivisions with partition walls should also divide occupancydetection in the premises.