The portable floodlights do not require mains supply (trailing cables), planning permission and are extremely cost effective when compared to annual hiring costs or fixed floodlighting. Importantly the lights allow your club, school, association or community scheme to train where (grass or other surfaces) you want and at times to suit all age groups.
How many floodlights do I need?
8 units will illuminate an area up to 60 x 40 metres. 6 units may suffice for reduced areas which would be adequate for age groups up to U10’s.
How long does it take to erect/dismantle a floodlight?
It only takes 1- 2 minutes to erect/dismantle each unit. We do recommend that you have at least 2 people erecting/dismantling the lights for additional safety and time reduction (particularly in poor weather conditions).
How many can be transported in a vehicle?
8 units can be transported comfortably in a 4 x 4 or a medium sized saloon car.
How stable are the floodlights in high winds?
The core stability is provided in two primary ways-fixing of the centre portion of the tripod into a sleeve fixed on top of the battery and by stability ground pegs which are fed through the bottom of each leg of the tripod. In extreme wind conditions we recommend lowering the tripod to suit conditions.
Do we need planning permission?
In short no as these are mobile and not fixed fittings-however if at all in doubt (ie if you believe there may be a possible light pollution issue due to location of your training area) then we recommend you check with your local authority.
How many battery chargers do I get?
Each battery comes with it’s own battery charger.
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