Improved Color Rendering for Telecasts
As tennis continues to grow in popularity, televising important matches becomes more and more commonplace. However, poor lighting makes it difficult for television viewers to properly see the match. LED lighting with a color rendering index of greater than 85, such as MECREE LED Luminaires, allows colors to be seen properly even when televised. These luminaires were designed specifically for 4K and HD broadcasting, so televised tennis matches are no longer a problem.
Increase Visibility Improves Game Play
Not only does a high color rendering index help with broadcasts, but it also helps the players on the court. Proper illumination of the court allows tennis players to perform to their best ability. It makes the ball easier to see, so each stroke is accurate and on point.
LED lighting from MECREE LED also reduces the amount of glare on the court. This further improves the game experience for the players because it prevents errors due to glaring light.
These lights also come in a range of beam angles, allowing facility directors to properly direct the light exactly where it is needed on the court to properly illuminate the full playing field. LED is growing in popularity for tennis courts because it makes game play more enjoyable.
Making the Game Experience More Pleasant for Spectators
Not only does LED improve the experience for players, but it also improves the experience for spectators. Reduced glare and proper color rendering reduce eye fatigue and allows spectators to watch every move carefully to take in the match fully. MECREE LED Luminaires also help keep spectators safe as they navigate bleachers and steps with proper illumination.
Reduced Costs for Facility Operators
Not all indoor tennis courts host matches that draw spectators or require television viewing, but all need lighting to keep players safe, and that lighting can get costly. A final reason why LED is becoming the lighting choice for indoor tennis courts is the cost savings these luminaires provide. When switching from conventional lighting to LED, facilities managers notice lower electric costs with the first billing cycle. Over time, these lights easily pay for themselves. In addition, they last significantly longer than other lighting options, reducing maintenance costs and replacement costs. Improved illumination combined with reduced costs across the board makes LED the logical choice for indoor tennis courts.
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