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Lighting Applications | May 14, 2009

Lediko LED Modules Used in Spectacular RGB Fountain Illumination at the Wroclaw Continental Hall

On the 4th of June 2009 at the Wroclaw Continental Hall (Poland) there was an opening show of one of the greatest multimedia fountains in the world. In cooperation with the Polish fountain constructor - the company Gutkowski , LEDIKO designed and produced the majority of LED RGB modules which have been used for spectacular illuminations.

The project bases on more than 6500 of XLamp XR-E and XR-C LEDs manufactured by the American company CREE, in the use of which LEDIKO specializes. The LEDs are characterized with extremely high quality, long lifetime and well-defined beam of light with an increased effectiveness due to the use of additional  high efficiecy optics. An unquestionable advantage of LEDs in such applications is the ease of control. Apart from the advantages of LEDs, the project also required wide knowledge of LEDIKO in the scope of LED modules manufacturing and many years of experience confirmed with the status of CREE LED Solution Provider. The Gutkowski company, which has implemented the project of the fountain, appreciated the skills of LEDIKO and entrusted the design and production of the modules to the company. As a result, the two companies together developed a modern and unique product, which was presented for the first time during the opening show of the fountain.
  
Unusual spectacle of water, music, fire and colourful LED light brought together around 20 thousand people. Nearly 800 points of light illuminated the multimedia show, water columns rose up to 40 meters and artistic animations were admired on a 700 m2 water screen. XLamp LEDs have proved to be the best choice, confirmed by the enthusiasm of the public.

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