Keystone Develops High-Power Sports Light Fixture for Stadiums and Parks

Sports Light is a game-changer in high-powered illumination commonly used in stadiums, municipal parks, ski resorts and driving ranges. The 750W fixture is capable of more than 100,000 lumens and includes a driver that can be mounted remotely. This on-site flexibility simplifies installation and maintenance, while contributing to lower EPA wind ratings. Lamps can be placed up to 50 meters high, but drivers can be placed at base level.

All this from a fixture that’s less than 24 inches in diameter and weighs less than traditional stadium lights.

“Installation and repairs are a breeze with Sports Light,” said Josh Brown, Keystone EVP, Distributor Sales and Marketing. “When it’s time to replace the driver, service is just a matter of accessing at the base—not getting on a lift. Sports Light adds a dimension of Light Made Easy to high-powered outdoor lighting.”

In addition to simple maintenance, Sports Light offers precision-crafted optics that ensure uniform, proper lighting. The fixture is available in multiple beam angles (30° standard, 20° and 40° optional) and, with Keystone’s free lighting layouts, installers can place Sports Light with pinpoint accuracy and in the right numbers. A fixture-mountable laser accessory is available for aiming.

Sports Light is as rugged as it is accurate, fitting for a fixture that will have to face all kinds of weather head-on. It has a heavy-duty die-cast aluminum housing and is IP65 rated for resisting the elements. Operating temperatures range from -40°F to 122°F (-40°C to 40°C). And it’s powered by a Keystone 0-10V dimming LED driver known for its durability.

The fixture also comes with a glare shield, shorting cap, and integrated NEMA/ANSI C136.41 7-pin twist-lock receptacle, and is compatible with both yoke and slipfitter mounts. 

The yoke mount bracket is pre-installed; the slipfitter is sold separately. Altogether, it’s a fixture that ensures outdoor facilities offer illumination that properly spotlights the people using them.

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