New LED Non-Glare Tennis Lighting

We are proud to announce our new outdoor non-glare Tennis light.

Using an asymmetric design to not only limit glare but also limit light overspill (light pollution). Tennis had a tough time with lighting for many years. The 1,000-watt metal halide seemed to be the only choice…


Metal Halide court lighting

Many tennis courts are still illuminated with metal halide fixtures. As a reminder (if you need it) the lighting has to be turned on early for the fixtures to heat up, then the blue light hue (mercury vapor, not good) before eventually offering a piercing light that caused temporary blindness when looked at.

History shows that light output will generally reduce at 5-10% each month. In regards to the facility owners, the electricity bill is enormous with 8,000 watts being used per court.

The story is very much different now with LED lighting, instant on/off is quite normal. Court illumination is much better. Lower energy consumption. All is not what it seems though. Heat dissipation issues shorten the life of poorly engineered products. Most LED lighting products are direct light and therefore blinding to look at. Unfortunately, too many tennis facilities make decisions based on the court illumination numbers and reduced wattage and proceed to install.

Our focus at ProsportLED is to work with athletes and engineers to provide the very best solution. It has to be a win-win situation.

Our 400-watt Tennis light is engineering at its very best. Indirect light, (asymmetric) 150 lumens per watt, outstanding cooling technology, wireless dimming, and optional daylight sensors.

The ball is now in your court.



Options include:

  • Wireless Dimming
  • Daylight Sensor
  • Remote Power Driver Location


  • Samsung LED Chip
  • KMW Driver
  • 400-watt fixture (60% energy savings over regular MH fixture)
  • 150 lumens per watt
  • Asymmetric Design
  • Outstanding cooling technology and durability
  • Strict adherence to European light overspill standard


Interested in hearing more? Contact us.