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Schiphol Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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Location: Schiphol, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Schiphol, the international airport of Amsterdam, is one of the busiest airports in Europe. Passing the EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) international standard is an essential requirement for any device situated close to the airport, to avoid an interference with the planes.

Lighthouse Impact 16 panels are positioned on a triangular structure, facing the main motorway bisecting the airport.

Proven EMC standard (Electro Magnetic Compatibility)

In order to make sure that aviation safety standards are complied with, the screen must pass the full screen EMC test, which is a stricter standard than the EMC test for individual LED panels.

Ease of maintenance

Lighthouse’s M5 technology is used alongside the EMS system, to enable the remote diagnostic functions to monitor the screen’s operation. The Impact series is also designed to have the easy release IM, allowing for more convenient maintenance operations.


Lighthouse screens are guaranteed to perform stably and reliably, as all Lighthouse products are fully certified to CE, UL and FCC standards and have undergone extremely strict and systematic quality assurance procedures before they leave our manufacturing facilities.



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