As with any Ballpark Lighting project, lighting a baseball field is a very big project. Each field has unique requirements depending on the location of the field, the size of the field and whether it is a field intended for Little League or the Major leagues.
Regardless of the level of play, the lighting for a baseball park has to ensure that every area of the field is evenly lit, and none of the light fixtures or radiant light interferes with the play of the game. Because the game of baseball includes a very small object moving at a very quick pace, the lighting must be much more intense than, say, lighting for a field where soccer will be played.
Parameter of Ballpark Lights:
|Ultria Genius||Genius Ⅱ|
Model of 300 watt led flood light
|Beam Angle||15° 20° 30°|
|Stable Flux(5700K after 1 hour)||36000lm|
|Replace HID Lamp||600~800W|
|Color Temperature||5700K (2700~6500K available on request)|
|Color Rendering||Ra75(Ra80,Ra90 available on request)|
|Housing Material||Aluminum & Powder coating|
|Coating||Zinc Rich Paint|
|IP Class||IP 67|
|Insulation Class||Class I|
|Working Temperature||-40C ~ 60C / -40F ~ 140F|
|Working Humidity||10% – 95%|
|AC Input||80~315Vac, (347Vac available on request)|
| Warranty:||5 years|
When it comes to how many lights you will need for a baseball field, it really depends on the type of play that will be happening there. Typically, youth and recreation baseball fields require 30-foot candle lights on the infield and 20-foot candle lights in the outfield.
Tournament Little League, high school and college baseball fields typically have 50-foot candle lights in the infield and 30-foot candle lights in the outfield. The Baseball stadiums have lights that are in excess of 200fc all over. A foot-candle is a unit of light intensity that represents the illuminance that is cast on a surface by a one-candela source one foot away.
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