Awarded LED outdoor lighting:Train station Nørreport in Copenhagen, Denmark
The new lighting system
The lighting system consists of four elements:
1. Up-lighting under the white roofs that cover station stairs, travel centre, toilets and bicycle parking. Colour temperature 3000 K, luminance 2-10 cd/m2.
2. Light lines installed along the glass facades of the buildings under the roofs.
3. Light columns (actually ventilation installations) providing cool light fading out toward the top, almost connecting the square to the moon light. The columns are fitted with curved glass covering an aluminum reflector, type Skybright. The reflector is grazing lit from below by LEDs in curved rows, 1260 diodes per column. Colour temperature 4000K. Luminance 15 – 50 cd/m2, lowest at the top.
4. Bicycle stands with LEDs at the top. Stands under the white roofs are fitted with up-lights, 3 x 1W, 120o. Bicycle stands in the open are fitted with autonomous, solar powered LEDs.
The existing wire suspended general lighting has not been changed to LED. It provides a luminance of 1-2 cd/m2. The colour rendering is 85-90 Ra. The red neon sign from the 1930ies was preserved as an iconic Copenhagen landmark.
DMX light controlled, based on daylight levels provide gradually increased lighting as the daylight disappears. All luminaires fade in gently. The lighting is dimmed in the middle of the night.
The client required that the total power consumption should be below 12.5 kW, which was the effect of the old lighting system. The DMX control system enables this.
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