What impact does the football field lighting have on lighting

The World Cup is in full swing in Russia. Many of the world’s top teams have lost their forefathers and failed to play their due standards. As a result, the prospects cast a shadow on the prospects!

Where there are shadows, the coordination of lights is naturally needed. Football matches and professional football field lighting are essential. What impact does the football field lighting have on lighting?

What is the standard of football stadium lighting? LED will be the future of football stadium lights?

(1) Leveling uniformity of the football stadium lights

Horizontal illuminance is the value measured when the illuminometer is placed horizontally above the site. Usually measure and calculate the maximum value, minimum value and average value of the illumination of the site.

(2) Variation coefficient of football lighting

Football is a high-speed sport that maintains a well-balanced illuminance of the venue, which helps improve the athlete’s playing status and shoot high-quality video recordings.

(3) Vertical illumination of football stadium lights

The vertical illuminance of the field camera is the vertical illuminance of the athlete. Vertical illuminance helps to capture momentary movements during the game, especially facial expressions. These pictures are captured by the site camera. Too much variation in vertical illuminance will result in the poor quality digital video. Designers must consider the balance of illumination in all directions in order to reduce the imbalance in illumination when the venue camera shoots.

4) Vertical illuminance of fixed camera vertical light

The vertical illuminance on the field captured by the edge line and the goal line camera is classified as the vertical illuminance of the fixed camera. These camera lenses must cover the entire field during the game. Too much variation in vertical illuminance will result in the poor quality digital video. Designers must consider the balance of illumination in all directions to reduce the imbalance in illumination when shooting with a fixed camera.

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