LED AREA FLOOD LIGHTING , SPORTS LIGHTING
The SUFA LED SPORTS FLOOD is built for large stadiums or high mast applications. It utilizes our trademark narrow beam form technology which enabled the first application of LED in Major League Baseball in the USA, both at Safeco Field in Seattle and Yankees Stadium in New York. The same SUFA technology was transferred to Homebush at Sydney Olympic Park for the APIA International, Australia’s first HDTV event televised under LED sports lighting. Each LED chip is surrounded by a sliver coated conical reflector that delivers light over long throws with pinpoint accuracy while eliminating glare.
Built for the toughest environments and constant use, this is high efficiency sports flood & field lighting at its best with superb cooling structures to allow us to provide industry leading guarantees of quality and performance. Available with integral or remote gear for both 240v and 415v electrical supply.
Applications: Sports stadiums, indoor venues, ports
SUFA Series LED Sports Flood Lighting:
The SUFA series harnesses the reflector technology to produce unrivaled efficiency and efficacy, up to 145lm/W.
Powerful LED and Reflecter Technology
The SUFA series utilises a unique reflector technology to distribute light which improves not only efficacy but also allows the SUFA to be aimed with extreme accuracy.
With quality heat sinks, high grade alliminium and an intelligent design to promote natural convection the SUFA series extends its life way beyond the norm.
Excellent Light Distribution
Throughout the different models and specifications of the SUFA series there is a variety of beam distributions all which have been designed to maximise illumnation while minimising light pollution and glare.
Designed with corrosion, weathering and rough handling in mind the SUFA series undergoes a variety of stress tests to ensure it meets all are requirements needs and more.
Replacement for HID Floodlight
The SUFA series was designed specifically to replace its metal halide counterpart while providing a 60% reduction in ongoing power costs.