LSI illuminates facility with Indirect LED
Cincinnati, OH — As part of a $5 million expansion and renovation program, the Fort Collins Country Club constructed three new indoor tennis courts to complement their existing five outdoor courts. The facility chose to use the new S x S LED indirect lighting system from LSI to illuminate the courts. The average light levels provided by the S x S system as designed for this facility are over 100 foot-candles, with exceptional uniformity. In addition, the S x S LED system requires virtually no maintenance over its 60,000 to 100,000 hour life. Most importantly, the S x S system will require 50% less energy cost than conventional HID lighting systems.
Fort Collins Country Club Director of Tennis Scott Langs commented, “I’ve been tennis pro for over 30 years and have been in many indoor clubs. The new LED lighting system LSI provided is the best I’ve seen.”
LSI is a technology company in the lighting, controls and graphics industries. We are a vertically integrated manufacturer who combines assimilated technology, design and manufacturing to produce the most efficient, high quality lighting and graphics products possible. In addition, we can provide sophisticated lighting and energy management control solutions to help customers manage their energy performance. Further, we offer design support, engineering, installation and project management for custom graphics rollout programs for today’s retail environment.
LSI is a U.S. manufacturer with marketing/sales efforts throughout the world with concentration currently on North American, South American, Australian, and New Zealand, Asian and European markets. LSI’s major markets are the commercial/industrial lighting, petroleum/convenience store, multi-site retail (including automobile dealerships, restaurants and national retail accounts) and sports markets. The Company’s common shares are traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol LYTS.
Contact: Minda Matthews-Smith, Director of Marketing 513-372-3373; minda.matthews-smith@lsi-industries
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