Batting Cage Lights
Replacing Metal Halide and Fluorescent Lighting for indoor and outdoor batting cages has never been easier. We have LED Lights that can replace your old batting cage lighting. You can replace high energy consumption and long warm up times with energy efficient, virtually maintenance free LED batting cage lights – 1 for 1.
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Frequently Asked Questions
We asked our customer what questions they had about indoor and outdoor LED Batting Cage Lighting. Here’s the list below. If you couldn’t find the answer, contact us at (888) 423-3191 and we’ll be happy to assist you.
How Do I Get Good Lighting for Outdoor Batting Cages at Night?
The best way to start is to have us create a lighting plan based on your needs and requirements. This lighting plan will allow us to design and set the LED Batting Cage Lights to achieve the right amount of foot candles.
The same goes for Indoor Batting Cage Facilities. We can create a lighting plan to light up your indoor facility so you can see how well the lighting will be before you purchase.
Can LED Lights Replace Metal Halide in a Batting Cage Facility?
Yes. The lights are powerful enough to replace these lights 1 for 1. We have powerful LED Batting Cage Lights that can replace 400 Watts and 1000 Watts HID / Metal Halide. And your existing lighting infrastructure should be good for LED lights. It will also use a lot less electricity than these older fixtures do.
Is LED Lighting for Batting Cage Facilities Better Than Metal Halide?
Yes, on many levels. First, you can expect energy savings of at least 50% (or more). Your maintenance cost will also drop. There will be no bulbs to change.
It’s well known that HID / Metal Halide lumens drop quickly over a short period of time. That’s not an issue with LED Lighting.
Plus, LED Batting Cage Lights are instant on, instant off. So, you can use the lighting right away. There’s no need to turn on the lights 30 minutes before they’re needed.
What are the Benefits of using LED lights for batting cage facilities?
There are many. By far the biggest benefits are:
Instant on / Instant off
Savings on your lighting bill
High quality lighting that will last for many years.
BEFORE YOU BUY
How Much Does It Cost to Convert a Batting Cage Facility over to LED?
This depends on what light levels you are trying to achieve. We do many lighting plans for baseball fields, softball fields and batting cage facilities.
The cost of converting to LED can quickly be recouped with lower energy bills and near zero maintenance costs.
How do you Select the Best Light for Your Batting Cage Facility?
The best way to start is to discover how many foot candles you need in the facility. Can you use existing light locations? Guessing is never a good approach. Lumens, the number of fixtures and beam angles play a big part in finding the best lighting solution.
What type of lights would you recommend for an indoor batting cage facility?
We would recommend UFO High Bays, mounted from the ceiling. These lights will not only provide great, high quality light for a very long time, but they are also high impacted rated, so they can survive a ball hit. Models can replace 400 Watt, 1000 Watt and even 2000 Watt Metal Halide
What type of lights would you recommend for an outdoor batting cage facility?
We would recommend High Power Flood Lights. Flood lights is a bit misleading, but these pole or wall mounted light can be equipped with various optics, from narrow beam to wide beam, that allows them to place the light where they are needed. They are also high impact rated.
How can I calculate the number of fixtures I need for an indoor or outdoor batting cage facility?
You don’t have to worry about that. The lighting plan layout that we do for you will do the calculations and tell you the number of fixtures you’ll need to meet your lighting requirements.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
What Is the Ideal Color Temperature to Use for Batting Cage Lighting?
What Optics Should I Choose for LED Batting Cage Lights?
There is no one optic or beam pattern that meets all needs and requirements. It depends on your fixture locations or where your lights are currently mounted. A batting cage lighting plan will sort that all out for you. Fixture, wattage, lumens, optics, number of fixtures, and where to point them is all part of what a lighting plan provides.
What types of mounts are available for Indoor Facility Lighting?
The four main types of high bay mounts are:
What types of mounts are available for Outdoor Facility Lighting?
The two main types of Outdoor Mounts are: