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Lighting design criteria

  • The design should eliminate momentarily strong, glaring light as much as possible and increase the overall uniformity luminance throughout the game to minimize the problem of glare for the athletes.
  • The luminance criteria should be designed to suite the competition level and purpose.
  • Shadows and inadequate vertical plane luminance impede athletes and spectators and these issues should be solved through the design.
  • Required horizontal lighting strength for players to clearly see the ball traveling at high speed.

Recommendation of Minimum Lighting Levels

Sport Illuminance Level (Em. Horizontal) Lux * (Non CTV)
ClassⅠ ClassⅡ ClassⅢ
Em
Lux
Uo
Min/ave
Em
Lux
Uo
Min/ave
Em
Lux
Uo
Lux
Hockey 500 0.7 200 0.7 200 0.7
  • ※ European criteria (Source - EN 12193:2007) 
    • - ClassⅠ: Top Level Competition
    • - ClassⅡ: Intermediate Level Competition
    • - ClassⅢ: Lower Level Competition & Suspervised Training
  • ※ Em is the Maintained Illuminance Level (specification level) and is the design illuminance level, below which the lighting should not be allowed to fall during the period to planned maintenance.

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