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Techlight - Tennis Court Lighting Fixture - TEC DCLB2GP1


Manufacturer: RLLD-TL
Item Number: RLLD1744TEC




This 1000watt, Metal Halide, Multi-Tap tennis court lighting fixture is designed for residential and commercial applications. Its features include:
  • Extruded aluminum housing
  • Forward throw Type IV optics
  • 1000watt, Metal Halide, BT56 Mogul Base lamp included (click here for replacement bulb)
  • Multi-tap ballast (120, 208, 240, 277)
  • Lens: clear, heat, and impact resistant tempered glass
  • Mounting arm bracket sold separately
  • Available in 4 colors: green, black, bronze, white


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    Techlight - Tennis Court Lighting Fixture - TEC DC
    What is the lowest reasonable height these fixtures can be mounted for sport court use. Can they be mounted to the top of an existing chain link post? Thanks... ( read more )
    Question about Techlight - Tennis Court Lighting F
    I have eight Techlight Tennnis Court lighting fixtures installed in my Tennis Court and I am interested in getting a Token Operated/Activated device to switch on these lights for periods of one hour and more. Can you help me source one. The fixtures are 1000 Watt each and operate on 120 Volts... ( read more )
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    I have basketball light posts on a home court. It cost me $600 to change the light bulbs because I had to rent a scissor jack. Is there a better way?? Is there such a thing as a collapsible post which one can break down to change the bulb. I've been looking all over the internet and can't find an easier way. Any help would be greatly appreciated.thank you, Joanne MacMillan... ( read more )
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