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Check out how our LED Race Track Lighting Options can enhance visibility, reduce expenses, and diminish overhead.

We hold specialization in brightening up a race track. Our dedicated lighting software enables you to put up our lighting solutions on your lighting poles. This allows us to view how bright the track would be when you transformed your lights into LED. Our lighting experts can design lighting for keeping the glare out of the driver’s eyes by putting up the lights for aiming down the race track.

When you are looking for converting your halogen or metal halide lighting to LED, we are here to help you out. All you need to do is to send your track layout along with dimensions, the height and location of lighting poles, and the number of lights on each pole. After that, we can design a lighting plan for showing how well the racing track could be lightened up when the sun sets.


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Why select The Lighting Center Racetrack Lights?


1. Increased Luminous Efficacy (Or Lumens/Watt)

The primary indicator of a LED lamp’s performance is luminous efficacy. This efficacy is measured as the lumens produced for one watt of consumed electricity. Luminous efficacy calculates how bright a lamp makes visible light. Generally, this is calculated in lumens.

Also, we provide Racetrack LED lights with unbelievable efficacy ratings. So, this saves you more costs over the old generation LED lighting options.

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2. High Power Keys

Our Track LED lighting options create up to 133,000 lumens, starting from 33,000 lumens. A blend of higher lumens – optics and high-power lights can lighten race tracks with energy-efficient light.

Our experts can create a photometric evaluation of an outdoor area for free. This shows people how amazingly our LED lighting options work. Plus, it lets them know which lighting model will be appropriate and which optic will offer amazing results for their outdoor area.

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160 lm/w

3. High Voltage Keys

We provide you with both high voltage (277V-480V) and standard voltage (100V-277V) lighting options. This comprises even the standard Canadian High Voltage (347V).

Our flood and track lights even come with 20kVA and 10kVA surge suppression lighting solutions. This keeps the lights secure in an insecure weather condition.


4. Outstanding Heat Dissipation

A heat sink prevents LED lighting options from damages caused by overheating. Generally, good sinks are made of uncontaminated aluminum, which features the perfect heat-conducting rate i.e., 238W/mK. When the value of aluminum is higher, its conductivity degree is higher. Good heat dissipation systems should offer a sufficient air ventilation channel. 

Between rows of LED chips, there needs to be space in-between them. The structure needs to be hollow for decreasing air resistance. In this way, you can transfer heat from the bulb to the nearby surroundings. Also, the section of heat dissipation needs to be dense as well as large. To accelerate the cooling procedure, use aluminum fins.


5. Accurate Beam Angle

Generally, the beam angle designated the light’s distribution. When there are a wide beam angle and higher light uniformity, the glare on the track will be lower. However, when there are a narrow beam angle and lower light uniformity. Most dark spots are on the track despite the light’s brightness.

Select lighting solutions that feature the perfect beam angle while balancing brightness with the light uniformity. Our LED lighting experts can do a photometric examination. This assists you in choosing lighting options with accurate beam angles.

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80 CRI

6. High CRI

CRI or color rendering index exhibits how well you will see colors under a particular lighting source. This defines how your lamp makes a thing appear to your eyes. When this rendering index is higher, the rendering ability of a lamp is also better.

In terms of sports LED lighting, this color rendering index should be 70 or more than that. We provide sports LED lighting options with CRI 70 and CRI 80.


7. Glare Rating

Although no one talks about glare rating, it is significant in sports lights. When there is excessive glare, it could result in visual discomfort. Plus, it causes everyone to squint when they play or view a game. At the same time, it could impair the visualization of things and details. To give an example, players might not be able to view fast-moving objects like balls. Also, glare diminishes the light’s brightness in various regions.

Our LED lighting options come with advanced lenses. These lenses lessen light leakage up to 50% and focus the lighting beam.


8. Color Temperature

Human eyes adapt perfectly to lighting sources featuring diverse color temperatures. This is not possible with digital cameras and TVs. One needs to adjust these gadgets for showing off colors that we are expected to view. That’s the reason why LED lighting options in sports venues should have the right correlated color temperature. Otherwise, TVs and cameras will show off irritating color transitions when moving around the sports field.

The Impalpable Advantage of Choosing Track LED Lights

They Enhance the Racetrack Experience 

LED lights do not just enhance the game for viewers, but they even enhance the game for drivers too. When some installed LED lighting options at a race track, various drivers claimed that there were uniform light and reduced glare. Exact fixture and lighting pole placement with professional lenses ensure that drivers got the perfect visibility.

Amazing for Broadcasting

So, metal halide bulbs may offer sufficient lighting to both sports arenas and stadiums. However, these lights were not manufactured keeping in mind present day’s TV broadcasts. The problem is that cameras are unable to view light the way human eyes see it. Today’s cameras pick up green, red, and blue spectrums only. They mix these colors for producing digital broadcasting.

Also, illumination that functions for spectators who are there in the stand would not function for people who watch the match from their house. However, many sports venues cannot record in ultra HD quality, even if there is correct lighting. The lighting mechanism cannot function with 8K and 4K broadcasts. That’s another reason why sports arenas and stadiums should go with LED technology.

Another great thing about LED lighting options is that these lights do not flicker. Meaning that these lights would not affect slow-motion reruns with a blinking, disturbing effect.

Last Updated: 04/11/2021

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