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Lighting Layout for Pickleball Courts

Achieving an ideal pickleball court design is a necessity for optimal illumination. The layout will help to determine which lighting fixtures to use along with the best placement of pickleball court light poles.

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Indoor1-2 business days
Outdoor2-3 business days

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The ideal lighting pickleball court layout would include a scaled representation of the pickleball court, poles, and fixtures mounted on the poles near the court. The lighting plan would include court foot candle readings, and a light balance calculation to ensure the lighting is even across the playing surface.

The biggest difference is where the lights are installed. In indoor courts, lights can be mounted from the ceiling and it’s very simple to achieve the desired foot candle levels and light balance. For outdoor courts, lights are generally mounted on poles at the edge of the playing surface, and lights with specialized forward throw optics are used to push the light onto the court to achieve light balance.

Depending on the level of play, foot candles can average from 20 to as high as 80. For most courts and purposes, a range of 20-40 foot candles is all you need.

Competition Level 50-80 fc
Club Level 30-60 fc
Recreation Level 20-30 fc

The main reason is so you can choose the right light fixtures and LED lights. Choosing a lighting system by guess is a bad idea. A lighting plan will show which LED pickleball light works best. Whether you need direct lighting or indirect lighting, a lighting plan will ensure the lighting system operates properly and provides the right amount of light and proper distribution and light balance across the indoor and outdoor pickleball court.

We do. LED Lighting Supply is first and foremost a lighting company. We can supply square straight steel poles, round tapered steel poles, and pickleball lights. The LED fixtures we offer can be installed directly on pickleball light poles. A lighting plan helps put the lighting project together.

There are two distinct ways we’ve worked with. Side court mounted poles or flood lights installed farther away from the court.

Pickleball courts are easy to light up. If you use the right fixture for the specific court based on mounting locations. We offer free lighting plans so that we can offer the best light for your court layout.