Large Area LED Lighting

Large Area LED Lighting from EWO, Italy

Large Area LED Lighting, an example:

EWO, Italy, large area LED lighting


EWO creates Large Area LED Lighting and high-quality lighting systems for public spaces. At the main facility of this family-run business, headquartered in South Tyrol – Italy, products are developed which bring light to a variety of different settings: streets, squares and buildings; walking trails, urban gathering points and also large area LED lighting.

Airports and Logistics
High-performance high pole systems for large areas (Large Area LED Lighting)
• Public Space
Customized light in urban areas
• Architecture and the Arts
Configurable systems within the constructed context  
• Roads and Transit
Precise, need-oriented solutions for safe mobility


R-System for large area lighting
EWO F-system LED for large area

EWO R-system

22,000 – 195,000lm with various light distributions wireless or DALI control

EWO F-system

20,000lm – 75,000lm with various light distributions

no visible heat sinks

wireless or DALI control

3 sizes from street to large area lighting

f-system small
F-system medium

EWO F-system small post top


EWO F-system medium post top



An LED lighting unit was especially developed by EWO for large area lighting; it supplies performance comparable to floodlight systems – while using up to 70 % less energy and requiring much less maintenance. The modular character of the technology and its diverse configuration options make it possible for us to fine tune the production technique precisely to the task at hand. Through good planning, the right solutions are created for your project.Our systems meet major challenges, such as precise light direction and reliable temperature management, using high-quality components to perform these tasks.Download catalogue

 EWO large area LED lighting
EWO products for large area LED lighting are extensively used for parking areas and airport apron lighting. Below the reference list:


– INN Innsbruck Airport (Austria, 2011)
– MUC Munich Airport (Germany, 2011)
– HAJ Hannover Airport (Germany, 2012)
– MUC Munich Airport (Germany, 2012) 
– OSL Oslo Gardemoen Airport (Norway, 2012) 
– LNZ Linz Airport (Austria, 2012) 
– DXB Dubai Airport (United Arab Emirates, 2012)
– WRO Wroclaw Airport (Poland, 2012) 
– ZRH Zürich Airport (Switzer­land, 2012) 
– MUC Munich Airport (Germany, 2013) 
– FRA Frankfurt Airport (Germany, 2013) 
– MEL Melbourne Airport (Australia, 2013) 
– OSD Östersund Airport (Sweden, 2013) 
– CPH Cophen­hagen Airport (Denmark, 2013)
– HEL Helsinki Vantaa (Finnland, 2013) 
– HAJ Hannover Airport (Germany, 2013) 
– MUC Munich Airport (Germany, 2013) 
– BER Berlin Tegel (Germany, 2013) 
– AAR Aarhus Airport (Denmark, 2013) 
– ARN Stockholm-Arlanda Airport (Sweden, 2013) 
– GRJ George Airport (South Africa, 2013) 
– CDG Charles De Gaulle Paris (France, 2014) 
– NRT Narit Airport Tokio (Japan, 2014) 
– FRA Fraport, Ramp 8 (Germany, 2014) 
– EBJ Esbjerg Airport (Denmark, 2013) 
– YVR Vancou­ver Airport (Canada, 2014)
– MUC Munich Terminal 2 (Germany, 2014) 
– VIE Vienna Airport (Austria, 2014) 
– THU Thule Airbase (Greenland, 2014) 
– YSK Yakutsk Airport (Russia, 2014) 
– ZCO Aeropuerto Maquehue Arauca­nia (Chile, 2014) 
– MEL Melbourne Airport (Australia, 2014)
– BRN Bern Airport (Suisse, 2014)
– KMS Kumasi Interna­tional Airport (Ghana, 2014)
– PUF Pau Airport (France, 2014)
– VCE Venice Airport (Italy, 2014)
– VFA Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe, 2014)
– ELS East London Airport (South Africa, 2015)
– SIN Changi Airport (Singapore, 2015)
– ADL Adelaide Airport (Australia, 2015)
– RIX Riga Airport (Latvia, 2015)
– DUS Düsseldorf Airport (Germany, 2015)
– JED Jeddah Airport (Saudi Arabia, 2015)
– YQR Regina Interna­tional Airport (Canada, 2015)
– HSH Hender­son Executive Airport, Las Vegas (USA, 2015)
– STR Stuttgart Airport (Germany, 2015)
– BQN Rafael Hernández Airport (Puerto Rico, 2015)
– BDO Bandung Airport (Indone­sia, 2015)
– RDZ Rodez Airport (France, 2015)
– RUN Roland-Garros Airport (France, 2016)