Tower Light offers light calculation tool

22 September 2009

Tower Light has launches a software tool to take the guesswork out of site lighting calculations.

Tower Light has launches a software tool to take the guesswork out of site lighting calculations.

Italian lighting tower manufacturer Tower Light is offering its customers a new software application that will calculate the amount of light required to cover any interior of exterior site.

Working with software company OxyTech, Tower Light has developed Litestar to calculate required site lighting levels at all times of day or night. Site managers only need to provide the dimensions of the site together with the type of activity or work being carried out, and Tower Light will then provide details of the exact type, model and position of the product needed to offer proper lighting coverage.

The company said that this will remove the guesswork involved and ensure that the correct lighting levels cover all site workers or event visitors.

"With the current emphasis on having correct and safe lighting for site workers and audiences, we set about developing this software to help the site manager", said Paul Hay, TowerLight's international sales manager, "Litestar calculations are available for anyone organising a concert or setting out a construction site - all they need to do is get in touch with us".

Litestar can be automatically updated via the Internet and is available in languages including Czech, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovenian, Spanish, Chinese, Dutch-Flemish and Russian.

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