LED tennis lights are the most
economical option for your tennis court
Our photometric service will
help you get it right the first time!
Let’s briefly talk about why you
want to use our tennis court lights.
Perfect for your recreational, residential, and training courts.
- The right amount of light for your recreational tennis court, puts out 42,300 lumens with an efficacy of 141 lumens/watt. Your court will be bright enough to have a great night-time game without the glare from too much light, which causes migraines and headaches.
- You won’t have to deal with dark spots on your court, the light is evenly distributed with wide distribution type III lenses and low UGR (Unified Glare Rating).
- Instant on, this means no wait time for the lights to warm up.
You will get the most value for the price with cost-effective, high-quality LED lights.
- You will love our price! These lights are cost-effective and energy efficient. A 300-watt LED light replaces a 1000-watt metal halide, saving about 70% in energy cost.
- To help save costs, one person can mount them with its unique mounting design, saving installation costs.
- LEDs are directional lights, meaning they don’t need to be reflected out of the fixture like other lights. In these instances, more than half of the light may never leave the fixture, reducing the energy efficiency.
- Our LED tennis lights have a long lifespan of over 100,000 hours, compared to halogen lights which last for only 2,000 hours, and metal halide can last up to 10,000—allowing you to get more out of your investment by reducing your maintenance cost.
- 0-10v dimmable for use with lighting controls, adding another layer of energy saving.
What is a photometric plan for lighting?
Using digital software, we simulate the light output of our fixtures combined with an authentic visualization of your tennis court.
This service allows you to see how far the light reaches into the corners of your tennis court.
You will be able to decide how to arrange and position your lights, how many light poles will be needed, and how tall they should be.
This process is also called photometric analysis, or photometric study. Contact us here to learn more about this service.
These are some common questions we can answer when we make a photometric plan for you:
How many light poles do I need for my tennis court?
Depending on the size, we will be able to determine if you need 4, 6, or 8 poles.
How tall should my tennis court light poles be?
A typical light pole for a residential tennis court will be between 18 ft and 25 ft, a photometric plan will help determine the height needed.
- How bright should a tennis court be?
- How many lumens are needed?
- How much do tennis court lights cost?
The answers to these questions can vary depending on the size and layout of your tennis court. Please browse our pole lighting category to get an idea of pricing and contact us about our photometric service.