Power Vector, Winona Lighting and i2Systems light up Comcast Center
A color-changing LED lighting system has been installed at the peak of the tallest building in the Philadelphia Skyline.
The new Comcast Center, the tallest building in the Philadelphia skyline at 975 feet (297m), officially opened for business June 8, 2008. The building is designed to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification from the US Green Building Council (www.usgbc.org).
The foyer of the Comcast Center contains the world's largest 4 mm LED wall - see Comcast Center hosts integrated 10-million pixel LED display.
The color changing linear fixtures utilize a down-light configuration and will typically display a red broadcast to reflect Comcast's logo. This section at the crown will be able to support color changing for any holiday celebrations or desired events.
Eric Nelson, LED Product Developer from Winona Lighting states, "The integrated power supply/DMX interface/LED driver of Power Vector's IRIS allows us to focus on our light fixture design and application. It can be configured for almost any LED load and it has exceptional dimming control, especially on the critical low end of the range."
Power Vector, Winona Lighting and i2Systems have also joined forces on the IALD award winning Bartle Hall Convention Center in Kansas City, MO – see Power Vector, Winona illuminate Bartle Hall ballroom.