commercial led flood lights

Lighting a tennis court is a great way of ensuring that you have enough lighting to play at night and during the winter hours when playing time is restricted. Lighting for tennis courts also means that for hot countries you can play in the cool evening breeze as apposed to the beating sun.

tennis court lighting
tennis court lighting

For most lighting for tennis courts projects a level of 60-75 average foot candles is considered a minimum and 75-100 average foot-candles is sufficient for most applications. Color Rendering Index or (CRI) is defined as how well a light source renders color as compared to daylight.

Parameter of Lighting for Tennis Courts:

Ultria Genius  Genius Ⅱ

Model of 400w led flood light


RGL2-400A
Beam Angle 40° 60° 120° 140°
Stable Flux(5700K after 1 hour) 52000lm
Dimension 474X388X982mm
Power Consumption  LEDs 360W
Power Supply   40W
Total 400W
Replace HID Lamp 800~1000W
Net Weight 15KG
Color Temperature 5700K (2700~6500K available on request)
Color Rendering Ra75(Ra80,Ra90 available on request)
Working Life 50000Hrs
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)
THD <10%
Power Factor 0.98
Warranty:
5 years


tennis court lighting fixtures
tennis court lighting fixtures

Lighting standards ( Outdoor)


Some National Associations and governments have set different requirements for indoor or outdoor lighting and may use different units of measurement. However, as a guide, the following shows the minimum standards according to the European Standard for Sports Lighting, EN 12193:2008 where:

– Class I: Top-level national and international competitions (non-televised) with requirements for spectators with potentially long viewing distances.

– Class II: Mid-level competition, such as regional or local club tournaments. This generally involves medium-sized numbers of spectators with average viewing distances. High-level training may also be included in this class.

– Class III: Low-level competition, such as local or small club tournaments. This does not usually involve spectators. General training, school sports and recreational activities also fall into this class.

 Horizontal illuminance (Eh average (lux))Uniformity of illuminance (Emin/Eh ave)Glare (GR)Lamp colour temperature (K)Lamp colour rendering ( RA)
Class I> 500 lux> 0.7< 50> 4000K> 80
Class II> 300 lux> 0.7< 50> 4000K> 65
Class II> 200 lux> 0.7< 55> 2000K> 20

Lighting standards ( Indoor)

 Horizontal illuminance (Eh average (lux))Uniformity of illuminance (Emin/Eh ave)Glare (GR)Lamp colour temperature (K)Lamp colour rendering ( RA)
Class I> 750 lux> 0.7< 50> 4000K> 80
Class II> 500 lux> 0.7< 50> 4000K> 65
Class II> 300 lux> 0.7< 55> 2000K> 20

( Data comes from International Tennis Federation (IFT), https://www.itftennis.com/technical/facilities/facilities-guide/lighting.aspx)

As with any lighting query, if you have any questions on this subject please do get in touch. Contact us at email: [email protected]

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