An outdoor tennis court lighting project in Australia done by 12 * AIKO HARMONY G3 600W. Spill light control of luminaires has been paid much attention in Australia. Anti-glaring light is required more and more for applications where people don’t feel comfortable with the glaring light, especially on tennis courts. The optics of NB-P55 of HARMONY G3 can ensure superior spill light control and high uniformity of the whole field.

HARMONY G3 is a product with a compact size, low wind resistance, and lightweight. Which makes it very suitable for retrofit or new construction projects. TLCI>90, Broadcast Ready for >1000fps, HD

4K/8K, enable TV broadcasters to film super-slow-motion replays with a flicker factor <1%. Its lens is made of imported Japanese materials, with professional sports lighting light distribution, so that the light can be accurately projected in the required position in the field, reducing interference to the surrounding environment and residents.

  • Al1070 pure aluminum body, seamless link of aerometal materials, and numerous vents on the heat sink improved heat management, ensuring the stability of the light system.
  • Optics designed with unique “multi-scale lenses” to make uniform light distribution and glare-reducing.
  • Symmetrical and Asymmetrical light distribution enhancing uniformity of vertical and horizontal, meanwhile reducing light spill, especially back pole light in residential areas.
  • Easy to install and maintain, flexible mounting system especially the new IP66 driver box, absence of complex wiring between driver box and luminaire, and also the modules.
  • LED uses standardized IES LM-80-08 and TM-21-11 methods for collecting long-term data and extrapolating LED lumen maintenance.

The atmosphere in the stadium can instantly ignite the emotions of the audience and players. Harmony G3 accurately adjusts RGB colors to bring colors across the stadium to life. All key points make it an ideal choice for the stadium in Australia.

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