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You can request a quote for a lighting project using the following form.

Client information
Project information
Lighting fixtures selected

Fill in the following fields with the details concerning the lamps that you have chosen for your project. You can add as many as necessary. Try to describe in detail what kind of lamps these are.

If you need to, you may search our online product gallery to obtain more information.

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CAD or PDF necessry with the current distribution of the towers
Zone according to the luminous surroundings
Zones Description
E1 Area with dark surroundings or landscapes:
International astronomy observatories, national parks, spaces with natural interest, special protection areas (Natura 2000 network, bird reserves, etc.), where the roads do not have lighting.
E2 Area of low brightness or luminosity:
Periurban zones or outlying districts of cities, land not suitable for urban development, rural areas and sectors generally located outside of residential or industrial areas illuminated from the motorways.
E3 Area of medium brightness or luminosity:
Urban residential zones where the roads (paved roadways and walkways) are illuminated.
E4 Area of high brightness or luminosity:
Town centres, residential areas and shopping and leisure sectors with high activity during night hours.
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It is necessary that there be at least one dimension
Class I lighting Highest level competition, such as international and national competition that will generally mean higher spectator capacities with potentially long view distances. Also very high level training.
Class II lighting Medium level competition, such as regional or local club competition that generally means medium size spectator capacities with medium view distances. High level training may also be included in this class.
Class III lighting Low level competition such as local or small club competition that generally does not mean spectators. General training, physical education (school sports) and recreational activities.
Sports that will be practiced
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