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Saints install Vision Accendo’s new stadium floodlight


Vision Accendo has launched the 600W and 900W Vision Sphere LED Stadi- um Floodlight. It has been installed at Southampton Football Club’s St Mary’s Stadium, where it had to meet the new and exacting Premiership lighting stan- dards for Sky 4K broadcasting. The company says the floodlight is ideal for use in sporting environments as it includes glare reduction reflectors and lens technology to enhance lighting output, a flicker rate of 0.2 per cent and a low overall weight per light. Other installations have also taken place in the UK.


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A moving light rig from Robe helped light the way at a festival of extreme sports in South Africa. The Ultimate X festival took place at the Grand Arena in Cape Town over two days, and featured freestyle motocross, BMX and skateboarding. A combination of 42 Robe moving lights were used, including four BMFL Spots and four miniPointes. The BMFLs were positioned on the edges of the main rig as their powerful beams could deal with the extreme throw distances and the 10 metre trim height. The spots also lit the FMX ‘kicker’ – or launch ramps.


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KC Stadium transformed with Philips floodlighting


Hull Tigers will install a computer con- trolled LED floodlighting system from Philips at its KC Stadium this July. Meeting the latest broadcast require- ments set out by the English Premier League, the Philips ArenaVision sys- tem will be installed in time for the start of the 2015-16 football season. The solution enables instant switching between optimal lighting configura- tions and an ability to switch on and off or dim each floodlight individually.


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Core Lighting’s wireless LEDs have allowed Devon-based Lindsey Nash to integrate more horse training into her work schedule by extending the day. She is currently training up a young dapple grey purebred Arab, HS Casimir, for the world of endurance riding. Core’s FLOOD30 fixtures exude 7,500 lumens and are available with a neutral white (4200K) output. There is also an RGBW version available in the company’s similar POINT30 unit.


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