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Riverbank Arena Stadium Lighting Project with GE


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GE Lighting has worked alongside the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) to deliver a unique take on its powerful Euroflood 2000 floodlight for the new Olympic Riverbank Arena. Over 70 of the floodlights have been installed with an innovative filter shutter system from Syncrolite, to create a dynamic and exciting lighting scheme to illuminate the arena at night.

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Riverbank Arena Stadium Lighting Project with GE

  1. 1. attractive& sustainable Reference Project Outdoor Lighting Riverbank Arena, London UK
  2. 2. Outdoor Lighting Riverbank Arena UKChallengeLOCOG required a range of architecturallighting solutions to illuminate theRiverbank Arena at night & create adynamic and exciting lighting scheme Key Benefits Powerful architectural floodlight Greater flexibilitySolution Dynamic and exciting lighting schemeOver 70 of GE Lightings Euroflood 2000floodlights were installed with an innovativefilter shutter system by Syncrolite to ensuregreater flexibility when it comes to colourchanging Euroflood 2000
  3. 3. Outdoor Lighting Riverbank Arena UKLuminaire type Outdoor lighting solution GE’s solutionMAINCARACTERISTICS NEW INSTALLATION provides EUROFLOOD 2000 LEDLight sourceBallast Reflector Integrate, HPF Powerful &System wattage / luminaireIP 90W IP65 dynamic architectural effectHousing Die-cast aluminiumWeight (kg) 12 greater easyUnits Installed 70+ pcs flexibility maintenance Euroflood 2000 3 GE Title or job number 1/3/2013
  4. 4. attractive& sustainable "We had very clear requirements on what was needed: lighting that would illuminate the arena at night, and create an exciting landmark within the Olympic Park. GE Lighting was able to meet the requirements of the brief and now we have an attractive lighting scheme that can be utilised by the arena after the Olympic Games are over." spokesperson of The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games