A new LED lighting system can be quite the investment; especially considering all the hidden costs that go along with tennis court lighting (i.e. equipment, labor, maintenance). Although LED’s have more upfront costs, the amount you can save in the long run makes them well worth it!
Whether you’re looking to upgrade your current lighting system with brand new fixtures or you choose to retrofit your existing fixtures, there are several reasons why you should switch from MH and HPS to LED fixtures:
Made with tennis in mind, these lights are the perfect swap for your energy-draining MH fixtures. We had tennis court lights that can be mounted on walls, ceilings, or pedestals—whatever works best for your facility. Take a look at our selection now!
The basic dimensions of a standard tennis court are determined by the level of play. Depending on a singles or doubles court, the size may vary, so we recommend checking with the ASBA or USTA regulations first.
Whether you decide to retrofit your existing fixtures or purchase new LED fixtures, you’re one purchase away from creating the perfect lighting system for your tennis courts.
Indoor and outdoor tennis courts require different levels of lighting to properly illuminate the space. Consider the uniformity ratio, horizontal illuminance, glare, and lighting distribution.
Height, light intensity, and illumination across the playing surface can all impact the lighting design on a tennis court. This guide can help you compare your current lighting design to tennis court lighting standards.
When upgrading your tennis court lighting, consider spill light, glare, beam angle, and pole mounting height. Spill light refers to the light that shines past, or spills, beyond the sports facility and may bother neighboring occupants or adjacent properties.
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