The skating rink in the Victor Talalikhin Culture and Recreation Park is one of the most favorite places for winter entertainment for Podolsk residents. The park was opened in 1896, on the initiative of Moscow Governor-General Count Arseny Zakrevsky, who lived in the Ivanovskoye estate in those years.
Since 2013, as part of the state program “Formation of a modern comfortable urban environment", a large-scale reconstruction has been carried out in the park, including modernization of the lighting system.
At the end of last year, modern lighting appeared around the skating rink. 32 ARCU RADUGA™ architectural spotlights are installed around the perimeter on support masts. The bright flooding light maintains the holiday atmosphere, charging with positivity and energy. A color temperature of 4000 K corresponds to natural white light in the daytime, during the period of maximum physical activity.
The ARCU RADUGA ™ spotlights have a degree of protection IP67 and are designed for operation in the operating temperature range from -60 to +40 °C. With dimensions of 378x266x125 mm, this fairly compact but powerful luminaire produces 120 lm/V. The die-cast aluminum housing includes two LED modules, each of which has a rotating mechanism and convenient mounting brackets with a housing rotation angle of 90° vertically and 40° horizontally for more precise focusing of the light flux.
The project was implemented jointly with the "Peresvet" company.