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john sharafRe: Lighting a School classroom
by on Jan 6, 2010 at 2:47:07 am

Dan,

Even an overcast day will be fine, in terms of having enough "north light" for both the quality and quantity of light desired.

If you do want to add artificial daylight balanced illumination (either bounced off the ceiling) or direct through a Chimera box, you best bet is a couple of 800w Jokers. With this wattage, it's unlikely you'll blow a fuse even if you plug them both into the same circuit. But do try to split them into different circuits. I would think that a modern classroom would have two circuits. Best to check with the custodian, and look at the fuse box. It is important to at least know where it is in case!

These lights rent anywhere from $100-300/day each.

JS






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