Sports Lighters

Sports lighters from Access Fixtures are available in various light sources including traditional HID and LED. These fixtures are designed to provide even lighting over your outdoor area or sports court. Wattage go as high as 1500w for metal halide and 567w for LED, allowing enough light output for game play at night.

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Great for lighting basketball and other outdoor sports courts, Access Fixtures sports lighters are designed with an aluminum reflector to direct the light onto the court. Made of a heavy duty aluminum and covered in a chromate conversion coating and powder coat paint, these fixtures are designed to withstand the elements, providing years of lighting for your outdoor area.

LED sports lighters are designed similar to traditional HID sports lighters, but utilize an LED array with heat sinks to provide 140 lumens per watt of light. These LED sports lighters are rated for 100,000 hours, meaning less maintenance over the life of the luminaire. Designed for pole top mounting, these LED sports lighters are perfect for providing energy efficient lighting to any outdoor area including parking lots, basketball courts, and sports stadiums.

Sports Lighter News

Access Fixtures Features Affordable LED Volleyball Court Lighting

WORCESTER, MA, August, 25, 2015 — Access Fixtures, a leading provider of high quality commercial and sports lighting, has announced they are now offering LED volleyball sports court lighting packages at a new, reduced price. LED volleyball sports court lighting...

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Access Fixtures Presents LED Volleyball Court Lighting

Access Fixtures has extended their line of quality, high-value, sports-court lighting systems to include LED volleyball court lighting. From recreational and club players to the highest level of professional competition, associations and facilities will find many...

What Lighting is Best for a Flicker-Free Photography Environment?

After the 1972 Olympic games, photographers found that many of their pictures were pitch black. The issue wasn’t with their cameras, but with the lights. How could this be when the stadium was brightly lit by high intensity discharge (HID) lamps? Although the...

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