Converting your Tennis Court Lights to LED
||Tennis courts can be both indoors and outdoors. Converting over to LED makes sense in both cases, offering bright, high quality light while only consuming a fraction of what Metal Halide Lights consume.
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LED Indoor Tennis Court Lighting
Indoor tennis courts are not too difficult to light, especially with a indoor tennis court LED lighting system in place. MyLEDLightingGuide has completed several indoor tennis court properties. We were able to install retrofit solutions in several and new fixtures in others. It is important to ensure the light does not affect the players ability to focus on the ball. In some instances, light is directed upwards onto a while or highly reflective surface. In others, new fixtures such as high bays or floods are installed with a frosted lens to ensure the 'bright dots' of LEDs aren't distracting.
However, once these LED lights for tennis courts are installed, the improvement is immediate and noticeable. Courts that had suffered for a long time with old lighting technology all of a sudden seem bright and inviting. Playing surfaces liven up. And operations love the new lights, as they typically can consume 75% or less than what the old lights were consuming in power.
MyLEDLightingGuide offers LED High Bays and LED Retrofit Kits that can replace up to 1500W Metal Halide. All are either UL or ETL Listed, and all are either DLC Standard or DLC Premium Qualified, which allows you to apply for rebates with your utility companies. Different color temperatures are available as well. So if you have old style lights that point upwards to a white or reflective ceiling, consider retrofitting. It's as simple as a bulb or ballast replacement.
LED High Bays can replace Metal Halide High Bays up to 1500W and reduce your energy consumption by as much as 75%. These lights are perfect for gyms, warehouses, factories, auditoriums or any large area where traditional style high bays are installed. UL Listed and DLC Qualified with 5 year warranties.
LED Retrofit Kits are designed to replace Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium in your existing fixture. This is nothing more than replacing your existing bulb and ballast with the LED Retrofit Kit Head and LED Driver. 11 kits are available to replace everything from 70W to 1500W HID, making them a good option for any LED HID retrofit conversion. Extremely efficient up to 165 lumens/watt and DLC Premium Qualified to maximize your rebates!
Outdoor LED Tennis Court Lighting
Currently, outdoor tennis court lighting consists of either LED area lights or LED floodlights for tennis courts. Depending on the venue, the lights could be either close to the court or mounted a great distance away on top of high tennis court light poles. In either case, converting to a LED tennis court lighting system makes sense, as it provides a high quality light for the players to play under. And with L70's over 100,000 hours, the quality and quantity of lumens will be around for a very long time.
All our lights for outdoor tennis courts area are either UL or ETL Listed, DLC Qualified for rebates, and are built to last. Your maintenance and operating costs should be dramatically reduced.
LED High Mast Lights are the perfect replacement for metal halide and high pressure sodium mast lights. The LED version can easily replace up to 1500W Metal Halide and optics packages allow for uniform distribution over a large area. UL and ETL Listed, DLC Qualified for rebates. Perfect for area lighting and security lighting on poles up to 150ft high.
LED area lighting options can replace your existing fixtures and we have the power to replace everything from 250-1000W Metal Halide. These long lasting LED Lights are extremely efficient when it comes to creating light while using very little electricity to do so. UL Listed, DLC Qualified, these lights will provide you with years of trouble free life.
Benefits of LED Tennis Court Light Fixtures
Here are the upsides of LED tennis court lights vs other tennis court lighting technologies:
Higher quality of light. Tennis court lighting (and LED in general) offers better and wider range of color temperatures and Color Rending Index
ratings. On top of this; LED will never flicker, buzz, and lumen
depreciation is much slower and generally less than other technologies
like we previously discussed. All of which are highly important when
defining a quality lighting system and having a truly great tennis court lighting layout.
Reduce your energy usage
to reduce your lighting energy costs? Well, LED will do just that and
not by a small amount either. LED can reduce your lighting energy usage
by up to 75% depending on your existing lighting system in place
currently. This can improve your bottom line, save your company /
organization money, all while improving your spaces quality.
. By buying commercial lighting that is DesignLights Consortium qualified you may be eligible for rebates through your utility company. This makes an upgrade of lighting for tennis courts to LED that much more affordable. All in all, this will potentially reduce the overall tennis court lighting cost substantially.
Longer life span
. Our tennis court LED lights offer a considerably longer life span than it's competing
light technologies. LEDs can last 2-3 or even 4 times longer than other
lights which reduce costs in two ways:
1. Less buying of new light bulbs
2. Less changing of bulbs = less maintenance costs
having to change your bulbs less often, you don't have to pay a
maintenance crew to switch out the bulbs as often. And since they lights
are typically high in the air this can get pricey especially when you
have 20, 30, or even 40 lights to switch out. LEDs will reduce your
maintenance costs by 2-3 times. This additional benefit that LED brings allows you to focus more on creating a good tennis court lighting design rather than worrying about the difficulties other outdated lighting technologies bring.
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