Sports Courts

iluminação para quadras esportivas

Lighting Project for Sports Courts

The lighting in sports courts plays a crucial role in maximizing athletic performance and ensuring safety during sports activities. When it comes to extracting the best performance from athletes, the choice of proper lighting should not be underestimated.

In order to meet the ABNT NBR 8837 standards (a reference for this industry) and FIFA’s technical specifications, we have developed lighting projects to harmonize and illuminate a Sports Club in the interior of São Paulo.

LED lighting was implemented for multipurpose sports courts, football fields, tennis courts, beach volleyball, and pool areas. In this project, High Bay and Modular High Bay reflectors were used, providing not only more uniformity in sports lighting but also delivering significant energy savings.

Also, take a look at the tennis court at Clube Naval in Rio de Janeiro, illuminated by SX Lighting. Click here.


Used in this project

Modular High Bay

Suitable for larger areas and mounting height above 49.2ft , HBM has directional lenses appropriate for keeping luminous focus, avoiding glare, dark spots and light pollution. It is the ideal solution for those who seek energetic efficiency and a reflector that won’t harm the ecosystem it’s placed at. Disordered light dissipation (light pollution) brings along electricity waste and makes lighting inefficient in the area. Avoid misleading purchases that generate reworking or new buying orders, opt for our HBM - Modular High Bay.

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High Bay Industrial Luminaire

Recommended for industries, logistics warehouses, and distribution centers, with the High Bay SX-LIH, we can change the lenses to better direct and illuminate, efficiently, large aisles with pallet racks, shelves, or equipment. The narrower angle directs the light focus better and prevents light loss at the top of objects that can cause interference and dark spots.

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