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The lighting design team for the design of Caesars Forum contacted Spectrum Lighting to design a special downlight luminaire. Caesars Forum contains the two largest pillarless ballrooms in the world and required very specific lighting fixtures and configurations. The fixtures were to deliver 7,000 lumens from 35 feet with 30-degree beam, kelvin tuning range from 1800-5500K, DMX controls, and have 6” and 8” square apertures. Spectrum designed the optical and LED package to meet the specifications. Spectrum’s in-house designers engaged with the lighting design team and developed ies files and samples. Within three months, luminaires were produced that matched specifications. Other requirements of the project were to match the kelvin tuning ranges of 1800-5500K with DMX in 3”, 4”, 6” downlights, adjustable accent, cylinders, and other luminaires.
All metalwork for the optics, trims, housings, heatsinks, and other components were made in Spectrum’s 250,000 square foot Massachusetts factory. Production schedules were supplied to the electrical contractor each Monday and their timelines were met on over 40 fixture types and approximately 7,000 fixtures in total. All fixtures supplied were required to utilize the same LEDS and drivers for ease of long-term maintenance by the convention center. Throughout the process Spectrums Tech group engaged with the DMX Integration team and ensured there were no communication issues with the fixtures. All fixtures were 100% tested by Spectrum on DMX prior to shipment.
|Project:||Caesars Forum Conference Center Las Vegas|
|Contractor:||Penta Building Group|
|Interior Designer:||KGA Designs|
|DMX Integrator:||Pharos Controls|