We offer a comprehensive product portfolio for almost any outdoor area. Our energy-eﬃcient and extremely powerful LEDs reliably provide ideal visual conditions.
Enormous savings potential lies in sound lighting design and the choice of the required beam angle. Optics and their beam characteristics ensure the best possible and needs-optimised illumination without unnecessary glare of the surroundings.
The following example shows a street scene that is illuminated using a 40 W AREA series spotlight at a mounting height of 8 metres and a wide-beam T4M1 optic.
The luminous intensity distribution curve (LVK) uses lines to show the expected light distribution (beam pattern).
The illustrations of the lighting design provide information on light development, luminous intensity and light distribution. In the false-colour representation, the lux values can be read off in concrete terms. This is important, e.g. for compliance with the lighting requirements of the workplace guidelines (ASR).
The beam angle
Click through the overview of our selected optics and learn more about the corresponding radiation characteristics. Switch on the lighting and, if you wish, additionally “a thermal image” with the false colour display for lux evaluation.
Of course, we will be happy to assist you in choosing the optimal beam angle for your lighting project.
Sports field lighting
Uniform and glare-free illumination of sports fields is often achieved diametrically by strongly focused light with light point heights of 12-16 metres. Here, acute beam angles are used.