Tennis Court Lighting Packages
Lighting a tennis court requires poles, high-efficiency light fixtures, and the time and skill it takes to install everything. But no two tennis courts are the same, which means that tennis court lighting packages can be Tennis court lighting packages from Access Fixtures are assembled complete with poles, high-output LED fixtures, and all necessary mounting hardware. We have designed courts that achieve the required light levels for recreation, club, competition, and NCAA-level play. Do you have a unique tennis court or specific requirements to hit? Access Fixtures has a team of lighting specialists and photometric engineers who can provide a custom solution for any tennis court and ensure your court is perfectly lit.
Designed to Perfection with You in Mind
Each package comes equipped with powerful LED sport lighters that provide maximum illumination at a low cost to the electric bill.
Whether you are looking for your own private place to practice your drop shot or you’re looking to create your own version of the US Open, Access Fixtures has the tennis court lighting package for you. Included in each package are poles ranging in 20 to 30 feet in height (depending on the package selected), powerful LED sport lighters, adjustable slip fitter mounts for easy aiming and tilting, steel base covers, base plates, mounting templates, and anchor bolts. Each of our packages is designed for a specific level of play: Recreational-Level, Club-Level, Competition-Level, or NCAA-Style/Televised-Level. At every level, there are packages using four poles, six poles, and eight poles; no package uses more than four fixtures per pole.
Recreational-Level Tennis Packages include backyard courts, community-use parks, HOA tennis courts, and others. Courts that fall under this category won’t likely be hosting high-level competitions or tournaments but need sufficient lighting for youth and adult lessons, low-level play, and pick-up-caliber games. Recreational-level packages are defined by average maintained foot candle readings of 20-30 FC. All of these courts maintain a MAX/MIN (uniformity) ratio of 3.0 or less.
Club-Level Tennis Packages are designed for clubs, many of which rely on the expertise of professional players to determine ideal light levels. Tennis clubs need to be able to attract all levels of players; the lighting package must do the same. These packages are defined by average maintained foot candle readings of 30-60 FC. All of these courts maintain a MAX/MIN (uniformity) ratio of 3.0 or less.
Competition-Level Tennis Packages cater to elite players who require top-quality lighting. While competition-level games may not be televised, the lighting packages must meet the needs of fast-paced, high-intensity tennis matches. These packages are defined by average maintained foot candle readings of 60-80 FC. All of these courts maintain a MAX/MIN (uniformity) ratio of 3.0 or less.
NCAA-Style/Televised Tennis Packages represent the top tier of lighting for the top tier of tennis performance. These packages are meant for TV-caliber lighting. These packages are defined by average maintained foot candle readings of 90+ FC. All of these courts maintain a MAX/MIN (uniformity) ratio of 3.0 or less.
Tennis Court Lights – Built to Last
With our photometric analysis service, we can help you design the perfect lighting solution for your tennis court with no restrictions on the level of play desired.
All tennis packages from Access Fixtures include the fixtures, mounts, and poles you need to light your tennis court(s). Our range of options includes lower-level recreational courts all the way up to televised and competition-level courts, making it easy to select the appropriate package for you. For any of these options, the price you see on our site is what you pay—there are no hidden fees or costs (we’ll even cover shipping). You will receive high-quality, high-performance fixtures that are dependable and built to last. Most fixtures in our packages are L70 rated to last for over 200,000 hours.
Our tennis fixtures, poles, and hardware are all protected from rust and corrosion by a chromate conversion coating followed by a powder coat of paint. The consistent durability of every component ensures years of hassle-free lighting. Additionally, poles are heat treated to guarantee weather resistance and rigidity. The fixtures in these packages use die-cast aluminum housings. Both materials help to extend the life of the fixtures by protecting the components. Passive temperature regulation ensures many years of reliable performance without the use of fans or other cooling devices.
For years, pulse-start metal halide (PSMH) fixtures were the de facto standard for tennis court lighting. Most facilities opted for 1000w or 1500w sports lighters and had terrific success with them. However, LED technology has more than caught up in efficiency, affordability, and ease of customization. Access Fixtures can now offer LED tennis court solutions that provide more light than older PSMH packages with ROIs that are realized faster than ever before. Our packages will save you up to 60% on energy costs; with L70 rated lives of 200,000 hours, and beyond, maintenance is almost unnecessary.
If you’re on the fence about switching to LED, contact Access Fixtures today and one of our team members can discuss the pros and cons of both technologies with you.
Complete Lighting Packages
Not only do our LED sport lighters provide better lighting while using less wattage, they are dust and weather-proof and L70-rated for over 200,000 hours and require little to no maintenance.[/caption]
All of Access Fixtures tennis court lighting packages have been purposely designed and analyzed to ensure consistent, quality lighting for every level of play. Each package contain all poles, luminaires, lamps, and mounting hardware. Our lighting specialists work with you individually to ensure you get a custom solution for your project. Does your tennis court have existing poles or other unique requirements that need to be considered? We can help explore products, options and layouts to provide you with a custom solution which is specified to meet your needs.
High Quality, Low Pricing
Don’t compromise on quality. Each package is made to exacting standards and is available to you at an consciously competitive price. Your lighting solution will contain everything required to get the best lighting for your project, short of the concrete and installation team. Do you have a budget to work with? Call a tennis lighting specialist to discuss your project; we’ll find something to suit your budget and needs.
Superior Photometric Analysis
A photometric analysis is a great way to view a proposed lighting solution and the light output over a given area prior to purchasing the luminaires. Its main objective is to determine if your plan will meet your requirements. Are the light levels sufficient? Are you using too many or not enough fixtures? How many foot candles does your project require? Will light from your tennis court spill onto neighboring properties? We can provide you with answers to these questions and many more.
A photometric simulation shows advanced results and allows both the Access Fixtures team and you to make changes to the layout before making any decisions. Every tennis lighting package is analyzed by our specialists using specialized photometric software. Using three-dimensional court rendering images, light-level diagrams, and distribution graphs, we test and rate each system for recreational, club, competition, or NCAA-style tennis use. These comprehensive reports give you peace of mind that the package you have chosen will perfectly suit your court.
Speak to an Access Fixtures Lighting Specialist about Choosing the Right Fixture
It’s important to know what you’re buying. We’re here to give you all the information you need. Do you have a specific budget or requirement to meet? No problem—we will be glad to help get you answer. We want to make sure you get the exact fixture for your needs, your budget, and your goals. To speak with an Access Fixtures lighting specialist, call 800-468-9925 or e-mail us at [email protected].
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