Bowling Green LED Lighting

Meeting Australian Standards: AS2560.2.8

The main objective when lighting outdoor bowling greens, is to not only provide an even spread of light but to maximize the lux levels on the four edges of the green where most of the action takes place. Asymmetric beam flood lighting is essential to reduce glare and ensure uniformity levels are as high as possible.

The Australian Standards for outdoor bowling green lighting AS2560.2.8, specifies 100 lux average as the required level of lighting to ensure a game of bowls can be played safely and comfortably. See below uniformity and glare requirements to meet the Australian Standard.
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Important Points to Check When Upgrading Your Bowling Green Lighting

Here are some of the frequently asked questions and answers about upgrading to LED lighting.
Are your existing poles up to handling the weight? If not, choose your lights with care to make sure they are the same or similar to the lamps being replaced.
If replacing the poles, ensure the installation is in accordance with council requirements and look into the warranties.
Have you checked existing lux levels and cross referenced the new plan to see what advantage there will be?
Has the lighting supplier proved that the uniformity and lighting levels will comply with the standards?
Have you achieved a power-usage advantage or would staying with your old MH fittings be more economical?
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LED lighting is a cost-effective measure for Australian bowling clubs.

Lighting Regulations Data Table

Here are the lighting requirements for your sport.
Level of PlayMaintained Average LuxMaintained Horizontal IlluminanceMaximum Glare RatingMinimum Colour Rendering IndexMaximum Uniformity Gradient
Training and Competition1000.60.4506530% per 2m
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Lighting Templates

The templates below allow you to get an idea of the number of lights required to comply with the standards in each category. This is a guide only and should you need a more detailed quote or assessment please fill in the Lighting Template pdf and email the completed form to
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You can gain control of lighting levels or power usage reporting, helping you to optimise the use of the lights which also gives remote dimming which maximises power saving.
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