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Batting Cage Lighting Design

Get Your Free Batting Cage Lighting Plan

The first question when working on a project is often: How Many LED Lights Do I Need to properly light an indoor or outdoor batting cage? How bright does it need to be? How can I make this a successful lighting upgrade? A sports lighting layout for batting cages is the ideal first step to ensure your LED lighting gives the desired foot candle level and bright, balanced light providing the best experience for baseball and softball athletes.

What Is Included With A Lighting Plan?

Checkmark Custom lighting layout with count & Placement
Checkmark Foot candle and light balance calculations
Checkmark Light fixture recommendation and quote
Checkmark Dedicated lighting specialist to assist with your project

How long does it take to get a plan?

Indoor1-2 business days
Outdoor2-3 business days


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Successful batting cage lighting starts by understanding the needs and usage of the facility. Step two is a process to determine the proper lighting levels for the batting cages and viewing areas.

The lighting layout takes into consideration the existing light locations. It can also suggest locations for batting cages without existing lighting. As we perform the calculations, it’s important to pay attention to the light levels and balance to ensure that any indoor batting cage lighting requirements are met.

Professional Level 65-100 fc
Training 40-50 fc
Recreation Level 20-30 fc

It’s crucial to make sure the light is balanced across the space, whether it’s an indoor batting cage or an outdoor batting cage. It is easier to achieve balance in indoor spaces since LED fixtures can be mounted from above. It’s not just about brightness or energy efficient, bright lights. It’s also about light balance across the entire space, light distribution and providing the perfect lighting solution.

Installing the lights from above or behind the batter helps a lot. You want to avoid installing lights in the center far outfield, angled directly to where the batter is hitting balls from.

A catting cage lighting calculator is a simple tool that will give you an estimate of the number of lights you might need to meet the requirements. But it’s only a starting point. More importantly, where the lights should be installed, and whether the lights need a specific optic or beam angle can only be discovered with a lighting plan.

We’ve heard a few horror stories where customers only use calculators and then find out the lighting is horrible. The type of light you choose is even more important than the number of fixtures you use.

Some of our fixtures have high impact ratings, so that will certainly help. Its also better for the batter and fixtures if you can mount the lights behind the batter.