Sports fields LED Flood Light solutions
JK-TOP, Industrial, Co., LTD offers the latest high-efficiency Sports fields LED Flood Light solutions lighting. We provid a complete High End lighting solution line with integrated LED floodlights. Developed for all types of outdoor sports. Tested and installed many times from the smallest through to the most complex outdoor sports facility.
Football field lights
Because recreational football is usually played in the evening, effective lighting maximizes the opportunity for people to take part in the game. Lighting levels will obviously be lower than for broadcasted matches. The lighting quality should remain high in terms of uniformity, visual comfort and limitation of obtrusive light. Especially in residential areas where leisure sports facilities are often located.
Good quality illumination is essential for sports like hockey where players are expected to react quickly to a small but fast-moving ball. This aspect of the game demands uniform light distribution and a color temperature that matches daylight.
Tennis court lights
When lighting a tennis court, the objective is to ensure good visibility enabling both players and spectators to follow the progress of a game. Regardless of its location and speed the Tennis ball should always be clearly visible.
Lights for athletics facilities
Good visibility for athletes, competition judges and team officials enables them to clearly see everything going on in the competition or training area. Neccessary for athlets to produce their best possible performances and make accurate decisions. Spectators should be able to follow the athletes’ performances clearly in the field. Viewers should also be able to see other action in their immediate surroundings. The lighting quality should enable spectators to safely enter and leave the sports facility.
Golf course lighting
The distance markers must be clearly visible and the player must be able to follow the flight of the ball. While the tee point areas will require separate illumination, there should be general illumination to the full length of the golf range surface.