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Thanks for the comments.

Everything is wood.

I have a DWG file of everything so adjusting lux levels shouldnt be a problem.

There are two problems:

The budget is tight and we need to fit into 4kW.

About the disco - Its usually rented out for a specific event.

Im trying to get aprox even 300lux, but the 4kW are killing me.

 

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I used to frequent skate parks, and a lot of them used the larger halide style lighting, mixed with fluorescent lights.

I wish i knew more about lights, but I am a low voltage guy.

as for vandals, its rare. Skate parks are zero tolerance for this ****, and kids dont wanna loose they spots.

The only place it comes to be an issue, is if the ramps are 10-12 feet tall, and then the boards can fly off the ramps and hit them.

Also, the ramps reflect a decent amount of light.
 

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Thanks for the comments.

Everything is wood.

I have a DWG file of everything so adjusting lux levels shouldnt be a problem.

There are two problems:

The budget is tight and we need to fit into 4kW.

About the disco - Its usually rented out for a specific event.

Im trying to get aprox even 300lux, but the 4kW are killing me.


I assume this is indoor? I have done two outdoor parks, both designed to 30-35 f/c's 300lux-350lux. Only way to do it was with 1000w metal halide. What is the ceiling height? How large is this space - length x width?
 
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