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TOKYO SKYTREE, the newest landmark symbol in Tokyo, opened on May 22, 2012.
Tailored to specific requirements, Panasonic's LED lighting equipment has been adopted at TOKYO SKYTREE. Lighting up the sky on alternate nights with the lighting color of "Iki," a pale blue color representing the spirit nurtured in Edo, and "Miyabi," an elegant Edo purple expressing an aesthetic sense. By adopting LED lighting equipment with excellent power-saving performance significant reductions in energy consumption are attained.
The LED lighting equipment has great durability amid high and tough environments and the lighting system incorporates a control function that manipulates the 1,995 units enabling sophisticated staging effects.
TOKYO SKYTREE, the world's tallest free-standing broadcasting tower with a height of 634m, is located in an area that has been an amusement quarter since the Edo era and inherits a history of the development of Tokyo.
TOKYO SKYTREE lights up on alternate nights with the color of "Iki," represented by the pale blue light with the motif of the water of Sumida River, and "Miyabi," the theme color of Edo purple. The control of LED lighting equipment in intervals of 1/30th of a second enables the tower to create lighting and color staging programs.
TOKYO SKYTREE is designed to use all-LED lights. Compared with the combined use of HID and LED lighting*, the power consumption savings come to approximately 43% and 38% for "Iki" and "Miyabi," respectively.
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