LSI selected to provide LED lighting for U.S. Tennis Association National Campus
LSI Industries has been selected to supply its Side-by-Side SXS2 indirect LED lighting system for the indoor tennis courts at the USTA National Campus under construction in Lake Nona, FL. The $70 million USTA National Campus will be the “New Home of American Tennis” and features many of the latest technologies related to tennis facilities. The six indoor hard courts are part of the high performance and player development area of the facility. The SXS2 indirect lighting system incorporates the latest in LED lighting technology and will provide energy efficient, glare-free illumination for the indoor courts. The USTA National Campus is slated to open in November 2016. “LSI Industries is proud and honored to supply our lighting equipment for this prestigious facility,” said LSI’s Bruce Frasure. “It is exciting to be a part of the future of American tennis.”
More about the LSI Industries SXS2: Courtsider Sports Lighting’s SXS2 LED indoor fixture is a high output indirect solution for interior spaces with high ceilings, such as indoor tennis courts, field houses, and sports practice facilities. SXS2 offers the perfect combination of low energy consumption and high light output – up to 84,000 lumens. This fixture is excellent for retrofit and new construction in place of traditional high wattage HID fixtures. Incidentally, when installed inverted for direct lighting (pointing downward), it’s recommended application is for use in airplane hangars to provide uniform lighting from high elevations. Instant On and Dimmable, available in 4000K and 5000K. For more information about this cULus listed fixture, please visit http://www.lsi-industries.com/products/sxs.aspx.
Contact:Bruce Frasure, V.P. Sales, Sports Lighting - LSI Lighting Solutions
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