Sports Lighting

Equestrian arena lighting solutions

Designs to meet recommended lux levels for indoor and outDoor Horse riding arenas

INDOOR Lux Levels

Equestrian Lighting

EQUESTRIAN Lighting

Horses are impressively versatile animals, capable of performing in a multitude of recreational and competitive sporting activities. Paired with early morning and late evening training, riding arenas typically need to be multi-purpose and well illuminated.

From outdoor private arenas, to indoor commercial riding schools, Kellwood Lighting will have the indoor or outdoor custom lighting solution for you!

Contact us about your riding arenA

  • Equestrian Lighting Design
  • Equestrian Arena
  • Indoor Stable

LUX levels for Outdoor Riding Arenas

ApplicationTypical UseHorizontal
Illuminance
RaGlareNotes
Eave (LUX)U0 (Emin/Eave)
Class 1Professional500>0.7>60<50
Class 2Club200>0.5>60<55
Class 3Recreational100>0.5>20<55

IMPORTANT NOTE: data is compiled from equine-specific lighting publications. However, these are recommendations only; careful consideration must go into every unique environment.

Popular Features and Accessories

Smart Controls

Smart Controls

Low Glare

Low Glare

Mounting Types

Mounting Options

Optics

Optics

Power

Power

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Class 1 (National) - 6 Pole Solution

  • 8m poles
  • 2No. Lights per Pole
  • 610W Ayrton 3 Series
  • IESNA Type IV Optic with Backspill Guard
  • Tilt = 10°
  • Eav = 200 Lux
  • Uo = 0.75
Class 1 Equestrian Lighting

Class 2 (Regional) - 6 Pole Solution

  • 8m poles
  • 1No. Lights per Pole
  • 610W Ayrton 3 Series
  • IESNA Type IV Optic with Backspill Guard
  • Tilt = 10°
  • Eav = 100 Lux
  • Uo = 0.75
Class 2 Equestrian Lighting Layout

Class 3 (Local) - 6 Pole Solution

  • 8m poles
  • 1No. Lights per Pole
  • 460W Ayrton 3 Series
  • IESNA Type IV Optic with Backspill Guard
  • Tilt = 10°
  • Eav = 100 Lux
  • Uo = 0.75
Class 3 Equestrian Lighting Layout

LUX levels for Indoor Riding Arenas

ApplicationTypical UseHorizontal
Illuminance
RaGlareNotes
Eave (LUX)U0 (Emin/Eave)
Class 1Professional5000.7>60<50
Class 2Club3000.6>60<55
Class 3Recreational2000.5>20<55

IMPORTANT NOTE: data is compiled from equine-specific lighting publications. However, these are recommendations only; careful consideration must go into every unique environment.

Popular Features and Accessories

Anti-Glare

Low Glare

Emergency

Emergency

Wireless Lighting Controls

Smart Controls

High Impact Resistance

Impact Resistance

Wattage Range

Power

CONTACT KELLWOOD TO DISCUSS YOUR riding arena LIGHTING PROJECT

Barking Abbey School

Barking Abbey School

Kellwood Lighting and Electrical were contracted to supply and install all electrical infrastructure and lighting within Barking Abbey's brand new, national-standard Netball facility.

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Matlock ARC Leisure Centre

Matlock ARC Leisure Centre

Matlock ARC Leisure Centre: providing competition and recreation level lighting. Through a bespoke control system, the light output can be adjusted by a local push switch whilst simultaneously reacting to dynamic daylight changes.

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Saltire Centre

Saltire Centre

The Saltire Centre is an indoor football complex, cafe, and community centre located just outside Edinburgh, central Scotland. Kellwood delivered >50% saving on their initial budget for upgrading their lights.

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Carillion

Carillion

Carillion PLC is a british multinational facilities management and construction services. This project required a lighting upgrade across a range of facilities including 4G multipurpose sports pitch, swimming pool and gymnasiums at a leisure centre under their management.

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Our lights are used by

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Customer Reviews Bg
  • I am delighted to have used Kellwood...

    - P. Nisbet, Wabtec Corporation

  • a project that was well planned and promptly accomplished

    - E. McHugh, Loganair

  • Where others let us down, Kellwood did not

    W. Coley, Barking Abbey School

  • ...my client is over the moon with the end results

    A. Fraser, MacLean Electrical

  • I'd certainly recommend them

    V. Richardson, Stolle Europe

  • I'm more than pleased with the guys. I'd recommend them to anyone

    G. Gray, Logoplaste

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