Center Court 8 Fixture Aurora Series Tennis Court Lighting System
The architecturally shaped housing and door frame are constructed of die cast
aluminum. The door frame features a tool-less latch with stainless steel hardware. The flat tempered glass lens is sealed in place and a one-piece door gasket is provided for weather tight protection. ETL listed for wet locations.
Made with a state of the art high performance reflectors that use high gloss components to achieve precise photometric distributions.
Available 1000W standard metal halide and pulse-start metal halide. Comes standard with a 4KV pulse rated mogul base socket. Each 60HZ CWA multi-tap
or 480V ballast is pre-wired and installed for convenience. 50HZ ballast available upon request.
Standard mounting options include single, twin 70° and 180°, quad 70° and 90° Davit and 7° Up Tilt Straight Arms. Additional mounting options may be available for custom applications.
A Super Durable Polyester powder coat finish is electrostatically applied in our
state of the art paint facility.
Standard colors available: Black, US Green
PULSE-START VS. TRADITIONAL PROBE START METAL HALIDE LIGHTING
Pulse-start and probe-start lamps use a different ballast system. Traditional probe-start metal halide lamps do not use an genitor and require three electrical contacts to ignite the gas and remain lit. Newer pulse-start metal halide lamps use only two contacts and use an igniter located inside the ballast pod. The benefits are substantial.
Pulse-start fixtures/lamps offer several benefits:
- Longer Life: Up to 50% longer life reducing maintenance & replacement cost
- Higher Efficacy: As much as 24% more lumens per watt saving energy and money
- Rapid Restrike Time: Less that half the time to re-light when shut down
- Better Color Rendition: Superior an more stable color rendering as lamps are
- Less Color Variance: Lamps throughout the area appear to be the same color
- Quick Startup: Full brightness in 2 to 4 minutes instead of 5 to 10 minutes
- Superior Lumen Maintenance: About 14% less lumen deprecation means more light