Eaton's Ephesus Sports Lighting
One of the most important facility innovations over the past five years has been the advent of LED sports lighting. A functional product that had not changed for 50 years was revolutionized with unimaginable controllability and functionality. Unfortunately, most people from operators and architects to electricians and specifiers were unprepared to understand the differences between high intensity discharge (HID) and LED lighting. That’s why every month in this space we will educate readers with essential knowledge they should have to better understand how to make the switch to LED sports lighting.
  • Thursday, June, 06, 2019
    Five Things to Know About a Sports Lighting Warranty (Sponsored)

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    When Ephesus Sports Lighting revolutionized the sports lighting industry with the first solid-state lighting solution for a sports venue, facility operators had tons of questions. These questions were answered as the technology proved itself on the largest of all stages — including the Super Bowl. And from that point on, operators of facilities of all sizes realized that LED lighting was ready for primetime and the conversion to the new technology began.


  • Monday, May, 20, 2019
    LED Within Reach (Sponsored)

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    The All Field System is ready to light up the game like no other. Improve player performance, save energy, and be a better neighbor by reducing light spill, all while slashing your operating costs.


  • Tuesday, April, 30, 2019
    Facility Profile: NYCB Live at the Nassau Coliseum (Sponsored)

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    Ever since the New York Islanders left the Nassau Coliseum, their home of more than 40 years, for the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, there has been a clamoring among loyal fans that one day they would return. That day came on December 1, 2018 when the Islanders hosted the Columbus Blue Jackets for the first NHL game at the historic building since 2015. The game was the first of 22 such NHL games the team would play at the Coliseum during the second half of the 2018-19 season.


  • Monday, March, 25, 2019
    Legacy Lighting: It's Pure Madness (Sponsored)

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    As the best college basketball teams compete in the most exciting annual sporting event, it has me thinking about madness in our industry. The myriad of technological revolutions in a variety of industries has facility operators faced with an unprecedented array of options to make their facilities better.


  • Friday, February, 22, 2019
    Adapt or Die: The New Requirements for LED Sports Lighting (Sponsored)

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    For more than 50 years, sports lighting was simplistic.  You had one choice and it offered very little functionality. Facility operators became accustomed to the limitations of metal halide lights and worked around the inconveniences. Everyone was “happy,” or so they thought.  And then in 2012, LED sports lighting was introduced, and the expectations changed forever.


  • Tuesday, December, 11, 2018
    Southern Arkansas University Remains Undefeated Under New Lights (Sponsored)

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    In advance of the 2016 football season, Southern Arkansas University of the Great American Conference installed Eaton’s state-of-the-art Ephesus LED Sports Lighting system at Wilkins Stadium.  Following their 48-9 victory over East Central University on October 20, this season, they ran their home record to 13-0 and completed their third consecutive undefeated season at home.


  • Monday, November, 26, 2018
    LED Sports Lighting That Eliminates F.O.M.O.

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    For more than 50 years, sports lighting was pretty simplistic for facility operators. You had one choice and it offered very little functionality. Facility operators became accustomed to the limitations of metal halide lights and worked around the inconveniences. Everyone was “happy,” or so they thought.  And then in 2012, LED sports lighting was introduced, and the expectations of sports lighting changed forever.


  • Tuesday, October, 02, 2018
    How LED Sports Lighting Became "Future-Proofed" (Sponsored)

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    One of the biggest concerns of sports facility operators when choosing an LED sports lighting solution is the fear that they will end up with new technology that will soon be obsolete. This “analysis paralysis” has stopped countless number of sports facility operators, players and fans from benefiting from the power of LED sports lighting.


  • Monday, September, 17, 2018
    Friday Night Lights: Improved by LED Sports Lighting (Sponsored)

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    As summer turns to fall and students return to school, an American tradition continues. Friday Night Lights brings communities across America together for a tradition like no other – high school football. And although a Saturday afternoon high school football game is still special, there’s nothing quite like high school football under the lights.


  • Monday, August, 20, 2018
    Sports Lighting: Adapt and Survive in Ever-Changing World (Sponsored)

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    One of the biggest concerns sports facility operators express when making the decision to convert their venue from high intensity discharge (HID) to LED sports lighting is the fear that they will replace their antiquated system with new technology that will soon be obsolete. This “analysis paralysis” has stopped countless number of sports facility operators, players and fans from benefiting from the power of LED sports lighting.