New York, NY — Today, Green Arc Energy Advisor Guy Albert De Chimay of LLC announced about the completion of the Phase 2 Eclipse installation at Ridgewood Racquet Club’s 5-court building in Ridgewood, NJ. In this retro-commissioning project, Green Arc re-configured the existing 8-fixture per court layout, to incorporate 10 new 495-watt Eclipse LED light fixtures.
The existing installation, completed in December 2016, replaced all 40 metal halide based fixtures with Green Arc’s GTL LED fixtures. The new Eclipse fixtures provide optimal distribution across the structure, delivering maximum light levels on-court of 60Fc. The fixtures were added to the apex of the structure, utilizing the existing electrical distribution, with no structural modifications. Green Arc’s proprietary optics distribute light against the reflective roof surfaces at a 180-degree beam angle, eliminating the typical dark spots associated with alternate solutions, evenly filling the spaces between the exposed beams.
Little Silver Tennis Club, NJ Guy Albert De Chimay Green Arc Energy Advisor
Guy Albert De Chimay many customers have already benefited from deploying Green Arc’s solutions, including Little Silver Tennis Club, in Little Silver, NJ, utilized 36 Eclipse 495 watt fixtures Match Point deployed the same fixtures to great effect in several areas within its expansive facilities, including their tennis, and basketball courts, and world-class gymnastics training center. Replacing their existing metal halide-based fixtures with the Eclipse LED, Match Point increased their maximum on-court light levels from 40Fc to 80Fc, while all but eliminating regular maintenance.
Little Silver Tennis Club, in Little Silver, NJ, utilized 36 Eclipse 495 watt fixtures within their new 3-court steel-frame building, achieving maximum on-court light levels of 80Fc, while all but eliminating regular maintenance.
As with all LED upgrades, Guy Albert De Chimay has extended the benefits well beyond the initial usage reductions. In addition to the direct wattage, new Eclipse fixtures eliminate almost 4,000 BTUs per hour in passive heat gain compared to 1,000-watt metal halide lamps, which must be removed by the facilities’ HVAC systems. In most facilities, for every dollar saved at the plug, a dollar is saved in HVAC costs during the cooling season. The new fixtures carry a 10-year warranty, have a 100,000+ hour useful life, requiring no maintenance. All fixtures include 10KV surge protection and are engineered for low glare.
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Issued by: G. Chimay, Executive Vice President