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DIN EN 12193
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Universal lighting is not suitable for your indoor riding arena. We recommend a flexible lighting concept consisting of individual solutions for each workplace and each activity. Our lighting experts will calculate for you individually what such a solution would look like for you.
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What are the requirements for indoor arena lighting?
Basically, the luminaires in your facility should be robust and efficient to guarantee long-lasting and economical operation.
The Sports Facility Ordinance (DIN EN 12193) also gives recommendations for illuminance. For training, schooling and regional competitions, 500 lux should arrive at the indoor arena floor. International tournaments should be illuminated with at least 500 lux.
Why is glare-free lighting important in the indoor arena?
Horses see quite well at dusk, but they are sensitive to glare or distracting shadows. Uniform, flicker-free lighting is extremely important for pleasant training and the safety of horse and rider - it promotes performance and concentration and reduces the risk of accidents.
What are the advantages of LED indoor arena lighting?
LED lights score with particularly efficient operation and maximum longevity. So you save up to 90% of your electricity costs. In addition, there is no need for maintenance and replacement of old lamps.
What IP protection do the lights in my indoor riding arena need?
The lighting in the indoor riding arena, as well as in the stables or the wash box should have an IP protection of at least IP54. This means that the luminaires are optimally protected against dust and splash water, have a long service life and are easy to clean with water.
Is smart lighting control worthwhile in my riding facility?
In places where many people are active, the light is often forgotten. Especially riding halls, tack rooms or riding rooms suffer from this phenomenon. A smart use of motion detectors and a smart light control, with which you can control the lighting from home, reduce the unnecessary energy consumption enormously.