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licht.wissen No. 08 "Sport and Leisure"

licht.wissen No. 08 "Sport and Leisure"

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Fun and exercise require the right light – both for those taking part and for judges and spectators. Correct lighting for outdoor and indoor sports facilities is described by licht.de – Fördergemeinschaft Gutes Licht – in its booklet licht.wissen 08 "Sport and Leisure". The recommendations contained in this new publication are based on the European standard DIN EN 12193 "Sports Lighting".
Fun and exercise require the right light – both for those taking part and for judges and spectators. Correct lighting for outdoor and indoor sports facilities is described by licht.de – Fördergemeinschaft Gutes Licht – in its booklet licht.wissen 08 "Sport and Leisure". The recommendations contained in this new publication are based on the European standard DIN EN 12193 "Sports Lighting".

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licht.wissen
08
Sport and Leisure
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licht.wissen 08
_Sport and Leisure
Contents
Lighting quality features4Energy-efficient lighting8Lighting for television10Emergency lighting12Lighting and environment14 Tables for each sport15Outdoor and indoor facilities16General outdoor sports facilities18Special outdoor sports facilities22Outdoor winter sports26Outdoor swimming pools 29General indoor sports facilities30Special indoor sports facilities34
[Cover] Artificial lighting permits sport andleisure activities at any time of day. It alsomakes sports and leisure amenities more at-tractive.[01] The light sends out a signal that some-thing really special is going on. Spectatorsalso get a great deal of enjoyment out of sport.[02]Good lighting for athletes, spectatorsand TV broadcasts needs to be carefullyplanned and professionally installed.
Indoor winter sports 40Multi-purpose halls42Indoor swimming pools44Indoor leisure pools46Fitness studios 48Service areas 50Lamps56Luminaires60licht.de publications 62Imprint and acknowledgmentsfor photographs63
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 Artificial lighting needs to be carefully planned, taking account of the nature of the sport, the speed of the movements executed, thesize and velocity of balls, and the location of the observer. Thisbooklet looks at general quality criteria and examines specificrequirements. The information it contains is based on the Euro-pean standard DIN EN 12193 “Sports lighting”.It is important to appreciate one thing: good lighting is not expen-sive. Modern energy-efficient lighting installations can considerablylower the energy consumption and operating costs of public andprivate sports and leisure facilities. So they are investments thatare quickly recouped – particularly where facilities are well patron-ised, where they raise the recreational profile of the town or areaand where they act as a magnet for tourism.By international standards, Germans have a great deal of leisuretime. With six hours and 34 minutes a day to call their own, theyare the second most leisured nation in the world. That is one of thefindings of the Society at a Glance study published in 2009 by theOrganisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).Many Germans use the leisure time at their disposal to engage insports and recharge their batteries with wellness treatments. Theumbrella organisation of German sport, the Deutsche OlympischeSportbund (DOSB), has more than 27 million members. Nearlytwice that number of Germans are estimated to participate regu-larly in activities that are good for their health and fitness. To profit from this enormous demand, sports and leisure facilitiesneed to offer “products” that appeal. They also need to ensurea sense of wellbeing – including at night, when many recreationalathletes wish to train or relax. This is where lighting comes in.Sport is also a popular form of recreation for non-participants. This is evidenced by the rising spectator figures at sporting eventsand the high viewing ratings of sports broadcasts on television. These also require lighting.
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