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LUMINAIRES FOR HIGH-INTENSITY DISCHARGE LAMPS

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H.l.D. Luminaires

Lighting plays a key ro e in maximum eff iciency with the


mo d ing the image of a space. phosphor-coated H.l.D, lamps that
Beca use H.l.D. lighting systems give the best color rendition. The
can provlde high q ua Lity visual opiica I systems are engineered
environments at low operating and to red irect the rays of these "ovoid "
ma intenance costs, they are being mercury and metal halide sources
used more aTo more 'requerr y 'or a into usefulzones, while avoiding
wide va riety of applications. wasteful scatter and glare. Reflectors
and apertures have been carefully
H igh lntensity Discharge lamps
sca ed to properly accommodate the
are compact, h igh output light
optica I size of tl'esecoaled lamps.
sources utilizing a mercury or other
letarlrc va po-arc d ischa rge within The resu lting luminaires have
an outer bu lb. They have much ow-brightness apertu res with good
greater efficiency and much longer visualcut-off to the lamp and high
Life than incandescent lamps wh ich efficiency . . . much higher than that
they sornewhat resemble, and in of ord inary incandescent luminaires
the wlde choice of phosphor-coated which have been adapted for
types now ava ila ble, offer color H.l. D. use by simply cha nging the
quality wh ich can a pp roach the la mpholder and adding a ballast.
warrnth of incandescent and the
As a pa rt of their thorough ly
color rendering properties of
engineered construction, Lightolier
fluorescent. The contin uous
H.l.D. luminaires utilize encased
improvernent in the efficiency and
and filled ballasts wh ich are mounted
color q ua lity of these phosphor-
in isolation fronr the recessed
coated mercury and metal ha ljde
housing (pages 6-7) to assure cool,
a r ps has led to the ever-i'rc reas lg
quiet operaiion.
popularity of H.l.D. lighting systems.
The compact size of H.l.D, lamps
permits thenn to behave like "point
sources," yie ding better optical
contro and smaller luminaires of CO NT E NTS
low apparent brightness . . . much Beneflts of H.l.D. L ghting 4
less obtrusive than typica L ghto ier H.l D. Luminaires
fluorescent "a rea sources," H.J, D, W de Range of Luminaires 5
dowr.igl-ts car also 'ender th'ee- Construction Features 6-7
dimensional forms and reveal Lum naire Selector 8-9
texture and sparkle far more Lum naire Spec lications 10-45
dramatica lLy than "flat" fluorescent Lighto ier lncandescent
light ing. Adjustable Accent L ghts
46-47
App icat on Guide
Moreover, H.l.D. lamps will, for a Cost ol Light Ana ys s
given illumination level, consu me Lighl Sou rces 49
rnuch less wattage than incandescent Lamp Cha racteristics 50-51
and often less wattage than Electrical Characler st cs &
fluorescent. Th is effective use of Auxi ary and Supplementa ry
energy results in fewer lum ina ires, Light ng Systems 52
minimalceiling c lutter, reduced Ba lasts 53-55
heat loads and lower installation and lnd ex
maintena nce costs,

Lightoiier H.l.D. down lights have V/€ r€se've the r ghl 10 chan!e deta s of des gn
and 'n sl. n any v,'!r'lrial,,f ncl a ler nsla ed
been designed to operate at appearanae or redLrce JLtnclon and perlormance

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H.l. D. downl ghting offers the LONG LIFE


matlc effects and comfoftable
d ra H.l.D. lamps, in general, have a
visua envlron me nt of incandescent f^ 'drir I oi l0-25 I *as "- gr-al
downlight ng together wlth the as that of incandescent and are in
economy of fluorescent lighting. the same range as fluorescent.
VISUAL ENVIRONMENT INSTALLATION AND
H.l. D. downl ghts, like most MAINTENANCE
lncandescent ones, have the benefits Because of the h igh lLl men oltp ut
of "point source" lighting: good ol H.l. D. la m ps, fewer lnaires
lu m
re ndering of three d lmens iona I
are needed to achieve a given level
forms; contrast between high ight of I urnination which means, in turn,
and shadow, enhanced texture and ower lnsta lation costs. A so, fewer
sparkle. Fluorescent lu m ina ires, H.l. D. lum naries offer less
or rho r Or'.ar,, [oi g "6r-o SO-]rC6S, '
corrpetition for va uab e ceiling
yield a f attype of lighting lacking plen u m space. As a resu t, the ceiling
in contrast and lnterest. has a ess cluttered look, with
Furthermore, the re atively small perhaps on y one fifth the lum inous
size of the H. .D. amppermitsthe area one mlght have with fluorescent
optica I control necessary for for the san.re i lumination level,
designi ng eff iclent, low-brightness N/lalntenance costs can also be
down ights. Thls type of ighting reduced cons ide ra bly, not on ly
directs the lu m inous f ux downwards because fewer H.l.D. luminaires are
through a ow brightness aperture. used, but because each has on y one
Tl-- c- I rg .l'-'. o'glarirg I ght lamp, while fluorescent lu m lnaires
sources, resulting in a quiet, generally have from two to eight
dlstract on free visual environment. lamps to be replaced. In addition, it
Th ls is an advantage in stores, is often possib e with aperture type
showrooms or any area where luminarres hav ng vertlcal H.l. D.
atteniion shou d be focused on the la-rp, to r. arp'ron rh. oor ur'ng
I lumlnated objects rather than on a pole not possible wlth fluorescent
the cei ing. Bare fluorescent tube luminarres.
lighting and many f uorescent
lu m ina ires radiate thelr energy at ENERGY CONSERVATION
high angLes, wasting light on the Uniilthe advent of H.l.D. lighting,
ceiling a nd upper walls, creating a the only way to achieve energy
confuslng envlron ment of savings over the incandescent iamp
u ncomforta b e brightness. was to use f lorescent lighting. Now
H.l. D. lighting can also produce H.l.D. lighting can equa , and in
excel ent il umlnation on vertical rnany cases exceed, the power
surlaces {"vertica l" footca nd les) savings of f uorescent for a given
wlth good un jform ity f rom the top illuminat on evel. H.l.D. can,
to bottom shelves of dlsplays in iherefore, also save on air
merchand sjng areas. This is achleved condltioning costs by reducing the
whi e maintaining a high spacing to l"a o"a conlrib-tao oy rhe ..ght ng.
mounting height ratio, equal to that
of many lluorescent lurn inaires:
a pproximately 1.2 1.3.
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Lightolier H.l,D. luminaires offer a Also availa ble: Lightolier
choice of appearance as well as incandescent adjustable accent
ights, which match the appearance
{t versatiiity in function. A range of
media for control ing light-cone or
baffle apertu res, low brightness
of H.l.D. luminaires, give the optical
control best ac h ieved with
o-ve's or lerses-are opt ons fo' Tca''ro.s.ATl sou.ces. See pages
va r ous d r( '.1ilec lJ ra app icatio.ls. 9-O LA A1

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UNITIZED BALLAST/SPLICE ALZAK" ALUMINUM
BOX ASSEMBLY REFLECTOR
. lsolated from lum inaire . l\y'ade of special high purjty alloy,
housing to reduce ballast polished, electrochemica y brightened
noise and prevent heat and anodized to provide permanent high
build up. reflectivity.
. Encased and filled ' l\4aximizes efficiency and rninlnrlzes
ba last operates quletly, aperture brightness by distributlng
is direct contact'mounted io heavy lght u n if ormly within usefulzones.
plate to provide heat dissipation.
rtrour,rrrruc rnnme
. Cornplete assembly is accessible from @
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below for inspection and maintenance. Die-formed steel, for maxim'um rigidity
. Qulck-release retaining hooks perrnit with rninimum weight.
compiete assembly to be removed from . Supports luminaire housing, ballast/
mounting frarne, for ease of servicing. splice box/plate assemb y.
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(2)SPLTCEBOX . Adjusts vertically from inside of
\--l lumina ire.
. lntegral part of Ihe
7-/
unitized balast/ €
plate assembly. .iF o-
C mourrrrue BRAcKETs
. Die'formed, 16'gauge steel.
. Rernovable cover . Can be used with 2T" mounting bars
permits ease of eJirninating need for f raming
access to splices. in exposed grid ceilings.
,-:\ . Fully assembled; readyto install.
( :t I socKET HOtJSTNG
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. Die-cast aluminum, for sturdy, true ,6t
lY auxtLtanY aNo
a lignment, supptervtgNTAByLtcHTtNG
. Designed for effective heat dissipation. SYSTEM FOR TEMPORARY
H.I,D. LAMP OUTAGE (OPTIONAL),
See page 52.
@;uncrroxeox
. U.L. listed for through branch circuit r-reer-s
wiring. @
'Luminaire carries a U. L. damp location
label.

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Luminaire Selector
Lightolier's H,l.D. lu minaires lend any application, key features such as
themselves to a wide variety of distribution, efflciency, lamp type and ::Jlffin::Jffuff 3#|1: :::'.'#b 0
a pp Iicatio ns-stores, banks, wattage are sl'own for each lurriraire lights which match the appearance of
exhibition spaces, transportation type. Beam spreads are shown by H.l.D. lumlnaires and provide the
term ina ls, malls, lobbies and syrnbols: IVEDIUM and lD oplicalconrrol best achieved with
corridors. To aid in selecting the WIDE O for general lighting; inca ndescent sources.
most appropriate luminaire for WALL WASH I
for verlical surface

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extra-widespread source !vilh Fresn€l maintained oulput lrlu]ti-Groove Alzak reil€ctor dlstribution {iom ellipso dal reflecfor
ape(ure with provides,/ery high small, low. provides extta-
distribution, yielding lens r€gressed in irom reflectorized
brightfess aperture, llldespread
high illunrination oi deep splay. Hieh R lamp combin€d maintained high eff ciency and
vertical surfaces. eificiency and with supplernenlary light o!tput from conVolled assulng rninrmum dislribullon l,vith
R€lamps €asily from widespread Alzak reflector. Lo11- reflectoriz€d R lamp brighin€ss wiih I ght source h gh efficiency,
below. Aluminum dishibulion. Lisht brightiess, combined wiih exce left vls!al cul identification. Good ercel ent culoff to
housing in choice of and d!st seal for widespread supplementdry Alzak off io lamp aid amp i luminat on on lamp and h:gh leve s
flnishes. good maintenance. disiribuiion. reflector. E!pecia ly image. lVedium vertical surfaces of illumination on
Stenr-mo!nt€d Aluminum housing lVinimum aperlrre suited to dirt.prone dlstrib!tion. wiih mod€rate vertica surfaces.
version avzilzble, in choice of for open reflector areas, Relamps Especially suited 1o generaL lighting Cholce of apertur€
See pages 10J1. finishes. type l!minaire- easily from be ow. higher ceiing areas. flnlsh,
See pages 1213. See pages 14 15. See pages 1415. Relanrps easily {ronr see pages 22-27. see pages 28-31.
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APTRTURT Housingl Ho!slfg: 8'X; Dia. 8x.'Dia. 13h".12" Cone: Cone:


stzt 107a Dia,18 Dpth. 12 Sq., 9Yr" Dpth. & 16 Dia. 8'\; & 12" Dia. 7ra" & gvs'Dia.
Baffle: Bafile,
8x;', & 113/|"Dia. 7" &gxi D a.

tAMP TYPI lvlercury (Coated), Merc!ru(Coated): lvercury(Coated), Mercurv [Coated)i l!,lercrry {Coated: lercury lCoaled): l'/lercury (Coated):
wAnaGE 100W E.23r:, 8T.25
t00W E:23%, BT-25 100/17sW R'40 I00w A,23,
& 175,/250W E-28, 100/1i5W R,40 100w A-23
81.28 rls/254W E28, 115 /250W 828, r75/250\N t28,
I/5W E.28, 8T.28
8I.28 81.28 8T.28
Metal Nalide lCoaled) lVeta Ha ide (Coated) 400w t.37, 8T.37
400\4 E-37, BT 37 M€tai llal de (Coated)
r75W r-28,8T.28 17sW E.28, BT-28
letal HaLld€ (Coated), lMetal l'lalid€ (Coaied), r75 /254W E-28
lAlso available for [Also avaiable lor 175 /250W E-28,8r.28 1i5l250W t-28,8T 28 8T.28
High Pressure Sod ium figh Pr€ssurc Sod um 400w E.37 BT 37 400w E 37, BT-3i
{Also avallable tor
(coated), 70W, l00W (coated) 70W E-23Y,, IAlso avaiable lor ll gh Pressure Sod urn
[Also al/ai]able Ior
E23\, BI.25l BT.2sl Nigh Pressure Sod iuil H gh Pressure Sod iufil (coated) 70W. l00W
(coated) 70l1' 100W (coated)70W 100W 150W (55V) E.23".
l50t! (55V) f.23Y,, l50w (55v) t-23tl, Br.25l
BT-251 Br.25l

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tEilsUTE {R l-amp) DOWNTIGHT MODUTAR r\100utAR PARABOI"IC RTGRISSID ACCTNT t-t0lT
{4, t & BT LAMPS) PAMB0L|C RtGntsst0 LOUVER ttNs (PAR & R Lanps)
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Deeply regressed Uniform v€rtlcal Smooth, Low apparent Deeply regressed High efficiefcrnilr Low'brighiness
fresnel lefs shields surface il!mination unscallop€d brightness and Fresnellens shields low aDoarenL\-.1 lncandescenl.
light source, without "sczllops" vertlcal surfzce w despr€ad llghi soLrrce, i/latches aperture
provides widespread lrom R lamp illumination disiribution lrom provid€s widespread !lr:'lt;:.:#1 shie ded appearance of H.l.D.
illuminat on without suppLemenied by iogeiher with parabolic reflector illumination without distribut on-\l.!d down ights. Accents
gLare. Minimum Alzak rell€ctor/ downlighiing celis of specular gl6re. Nliiim!m Darabolic 4*tor horlzontal or vertical
recessed depth. spread lens optical characteristics of anodized aluminum. recessed depth. ce s of :ltil-- suriaces. Choic€ of,
Light and dust seal syst€m. Maintains op€n reflecior F t'lr
trim Light and dust s€al soecu alzncdrzed high performance,
assutes good h gh I ght output. dowilighi. precisely repiaces assures good alumlnlbgho (e of low voliage PAR-56
rnaintenance. Apedure cone Reflector maintenance. Fit in unil specially wi.ed
See pages 32 33. malches general fiatch€s Y".il?.{'fo-* trirn precisely I'J;ffriiliriT;, with trafsiormer

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gen€ral lighting
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Tec;eirages ls-ls.
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Baffle, 8x.'0ia.

[4ercury (Coat€d), Merc!ry (Coated: [4ercury (Coated), l\4ercury (Coated): ll4ercury (Coated):
Il4ercury (Cozted), lVercury (Coated): lfcrndescent (for
100!,1/ E-23 8T,25 100/175W R-40 100w A-23 I00W E-23 t?, Bl-25 115/250Vt E28,
100w E-23 'l. BT 25 175/25AW E28, 120V or 2/7V s!pply):
t15 /250W'6, E28, t7s /2saw E-28, 175W E 28, 8T.28 8T 28
l75W E-28, BT-28 81.28, 120/240W PAR.56,12V
Bl-28 8T.28 400w E 37, Br-37 400w E-37, BT,3/ lncandescert
(120V only),
lMdal Halde (Coaled), lVeta Halide (Coated)l [lela Halide lCoat€d): Metal Halde (Coated): Nletal Halide (Co;ted), Nl€tal Halid€ {Coated):
175/25M t28 175/254W L28, 175W E-28, BT 28 175W t,28, 8T,28 175/250W F28, 175/250W E"28, 150/250W PAR 38
BT 28 8T 28 8T.28 BT 28 150W PAR.38
400w E 37, 8T.37 400w E-37, 8T 37 Cool Beafi
[Aho availab]e lor IAIso aYarlab e Ior [Aho avarlable for IAlso availabl€ ior so availabie for 25OW PAR 38
H gh Pressure Sodrum H gh Pr".ssure Sodium Nrgh Pressure Sad um High Pressure Sod rum [A [Aho ava ]ab e lor
H gh Pressure Sodium Nigh Pressore Sodrum Tungst€n.Halogen
(coated), 70W 100W, (coaled) 70W 100!V, (coated) 70i{ l00i{ (coated)70W l00tl 25OW PAR 38
(coated) 7oVX 100W (coated) 70W 100W
150!! E-23%, BT-251 150!! (55V) r-23r1 i50w (s5v) r,23\ 150W (s5V) r,23h, Kryptor
150W (55V) t.23'1 150!/ (55V) r.23'r,
Br.25l Br,2sl 8r.2sl is0/300w R.40
BT 2si BT-251

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CYLINDER DOWNLIGHT This luminaire is available l0r use with
70W (E-23% 0r 8T-25) and 100W (E"23v,0r BT'25)
/.^ High Pressure Sodium lamps (coaled).
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Bronze with lvlatte white wiih


Specular Clear or Specular Clear or
Specular Gold Specular Gold
Alzak Cone Alzak Cone

CANOPY / BALLAST HOUS lNG: CAPAC]TOR


C6st oluhlnuh ||hh Int.|rcl rcdlotins
fln fot.{lectle. i.or dlsslpotlon.
h4dtt. block {lnlsh.

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HOUSING' Seomress o/um,nun.


16 so., ||ith rerurncd borron edse.
whir. o. bro"ze linish. - ---
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CATALOG NO.

IIATTE WHITE HoUSING BRONZE HOUSING

PEC LAR VO LTAGE LAI!1P


S PEC U LAR SPECULAR SPEC U LAR S U

C LEAR G OLD CLEAR GOLD


ALZAK ALZAK ALZAK ALZAK

32514-A0 325I4-AI 32524-A0 32524-AI 120V 175W E-28, Br-28


32525-Al 217V
lllercury (Coated )
32515-A0 325r5-Al 32525-40

3251G-A0 32516-Ar 3252G-A0 32526-AI 120V 250W E-28, BT-28


[4ercury (C oated )
325I7-A0 325r?-Al 32527-A0 32521-AI 277V

32544-40 3254{-AI 32554-A0 3255{-Ar 120V 175W E-28, BT-28


3255FAI 2t7V lvletal Hal ide*(Coatedl
3254F40 32545-At 32555-40

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: sutface'mounted hish eff iciencv, ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-mogul base. Nickel plated
low.brightness downlight. Utilizes Alzak Ieflector and effLcient, scre\{ shell. Pre-wired complete wlth leadsfor connection to 75oC
long life, coated merculy lamps and coated meta hallde lamps to sup0ly conductors. Ballast: Constant wattage autotlansformer type,
prov de widespread, soft-edged bearn 55o visual cut_off to lamp and H.P.F.; [,btal Halide-_L€ad peaked autotransformer type' H'P F'
lamp image in reflector. Choice of sprcular clear or speculat gold
Alzak reflector. 0PTI0NAL: supplementary Lighting system for Temporarv
lamp outage. See Lightolier Specification Sheet AUX/SUP.
FINISH: painted fin ishes baked enamel. 36" long swivel stem kit available to convert surface unit to
mounted. White - Cat. No. 565i6; black - Cat. No. 56517.
MECHANICAL: Luminaire mounts directlv to 4' octagonal olilet
bOX. MAXIMTJM 4OO C (]04O F) AMBIENT TEMPERATURE' LABELS: U.L. (sultable for damp ocation); I B.E w.

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MERCURY LAMP (COATED) METAL HAL ID E LAMP (COATED)

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This guick colculotot chott dctermines the nunber ond spocins of Ih,s qltck .ol.ul6ror .hon deternines the nunher ond spocing al
250 Wdi E.28 Mercuty units wirh c/eor coe for "nv le"el o( 175 Wot BT-2a units witl c,edr cone fot dny level of illuninotion ond
ilt nind+ion ond rle dssociored notse leve/ for eithet 175 llofi ot 250 the ossocioted rolse /eve/. Doe to vdriorions berween bdllqsrs, Noise
Wott lAe.coty snits, Due to vdridrions 6et'ween bdllosfs, Notse Girerio Cttetio rdtings ore occurdte to I 3,
rotingr dre occuroie t'o t 3. Lishtins Convetsiod Foctors. Gold Core; F.C. x 0.9.
Lishii"g Conve..ion Fcctors: 250 llort Mercurvt Gold, F'C' x 0'9'
17i W"i M*.",y' Cleor, F.C' x 0.7, Gold, F.C. x 0.65' 175 vtott
,verd/ Holde: cteor, F.C. x 1.15; Gold, F.C' x l'05'
SPACING RATIO - 1.4 SPACING RATIO " 1.45

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/.r.L. Reporr No. 17777C. fA.s. ceffici.nts |'erc comPuted bv th'


Zono!.Covity /,lcthod, 1.E.5' Recomrcndcd Prccri.., ond PrcPoted
/.T.L. R.pq. Nn. 11775C. Th.se coettic,.nts werc computed by tk lron the condtepowcr distributiD Acrd giv.d in Indcpndant TestinE
Lobororori.s RePort No. 17777, dat.d 8/7/74' ond ore bosed on o
Zonol.Covity llcrhod, l.E.S. Recommendcd Prc.t ice ond prcpoted
20% Floot Covity Ret/ecrd,ce.
lron thc condlcpowct disttihotion doto given in lndepcndent Testihg
Loborotorics R6por' No. 17775, dot.d 4/8/74, ond ore boscd on o
2W" Floor Cov ity Relicdonce.

Conversion Factor: Gold Cone: C.U. x 0' 9,

Conversion Foctors: 175Wott ond 250 \lott Metcoty ond Metol Hal
x 0-9: Cleor. C.U, x
C.U. 1-O'
l-lGl'li'(}1-llil? rr
12" x12" MODULAR LENSLITE
12" x12" MODULAR PARABOLIC LOUVER This luminaire is available l0r use
wilh 70W (E-23% or BT-25)
High Pressure S0dium lamps (G0aled).

Consult Faclory.

Malte White

BALLAST CAPAClTAR

CANOPY: Cost oluninun.


M6tre hld.k {inish.

REFLECTOR: Semi-specu/or
ALzAK @ ol"hi""n, l6 so.
::
CONCEALED TORSlONT/7E
5PR/NG
LIGHT AND DUST SEAL:
HOUS/NG: Block polyurethone

LOUVER: Porobo!ic rellecror cells ol 2" 5q.


specolor onodized oluninumt rctoined in
exrruded morte bldck dluninun l.one w ith
IENS SPLA Y: PrecisioD die-costine
ta prc!ide ninimutu ttin. l.lotte wl'Ae
FRESNEL LEN5: r031".q.
* LAMP GUARD: Fot loovet unit wirh
ftto I hol ide loap only, Heot+esisront
oloss- Gsord reouired bv nonufo.ture

CATALOG NO.
IVATTE WHITE BRONZ E VOLTAGE LAIVP
LOUVER LENSLITE LOUVER LENSLITE
328I2-EA 32812-E B 32822-EA 32822-EB 120V ta}!.// E-23u, BT-25
328I3-EA 32813-EB fl823-EA 32823-EB 277V l\4ercury (Coated )

328I4-EA 328I4-EB 32824-EA 32824-EB 120V 175W E-28, BT-28


328IFEA 32815-E E 32825-EA 3282FEB 277V l\4ercury (Coated)
3284{-EA 32844-E B 32854-EA 32854-EB 120V 175W E-28, BT-28
3284tsEA 3284SEB 3285FEA 3285SEB 277V lVletal Halide * r (Coated)

G EN ERAL D ESCRI PTI 0N : surf ace-mounted sqlare down lisht ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-mogul base. Nickel plated
which utilizes efficient, long life, coated mercury or metal halide sctew shell. Re.wired conplete with leads to connection to 75oC
lamps. Parabolic reflector cells of specular anodized al!minum and supply conductors. Ballast: lvlerc!ry--Constant wattage autotans-
Alzak reflectq in Parabolic Louver unit distribute light uniforrnly and former type, H.P.F.; N4etai Halide--Lead peaked autohansformer
efficlently; black slot articulates lichtshield. FresneL ens and type, H. P.F.
Alzak reflector n Regressed Lenslite rn t redlrect and diff!se the
light, and provide a widespread, soft-edged beam. Deep spiay assures FINISH: nt palnted finishes beked enamel.
subtle brightness transition and visual cut-off to lens at shallow
angles. 0PTI0NAL: supplementa,y L ghting system for teflporaty
MECHAN ICA L:
Luminaile mo!nts directly to 4" octagonal outlet lamp oL,'tage. See Lightolier Speclf cation Sheet AUX/SUP.
bOX. MAXIIiIUM 40O C (]04O F) AMBIENT TEMPERATURE.
l Universal Butning Lanrp onlv. LABELS: u.L. (s!itab e for damp lo!ationl; l-B.E.w.

12
PARABOLIC LOUV

I
ER

't0

l0
s(6.tri6 lrh! h. s€i6r p {.
EO

!io
l T
_ tl l0
60
tr-
:60
50
iro q0

t:c 30

)c

q 5 6 I E 9 l0 ll 12 ll lq
'r s e r l 9 l! ll : rt

fhis q!tck .ol.olotot chdtt determines the nunber ond spocins o{ This qui.k .olculorot chdd deiermines rAe nunbet ond sPocing of
lAC Wott E-231/z llercury units lor any level at illunindtion ond the lOO Wott E-231, Met.lty units lor ony level ol illuninotion ond the
ossociored notse Ievel {q eirhet 100 Wott ot 175 wdtt Metcwv unns ossocioted notse /evel for eirier ?00 Wot' or 175 Wott MetcqY units
ot 175 Wott Metol Halide units. Due to voriot'jons between 5d]/osts, ot 175 Vtot Metot Halide units. Due to votiotions berween bo//osts,
Noise Criterio .otings dre occu@te to t 3- Criterto .oting5 d.e o<.ldie ro ' 3.
Li"h,ino Con"e.sio; Factors lT5 woi Me'cutv, F.C r 1 8 175 lvott ^Jotce
Liehttns Conversion Fodos: t75lt'tott MercurY, F,C' x 1'8' 175 vlort
tteiat H;tid.. F.c,, 2 6. Lletol Hdlide, F.C, x 2'6.

S PAC ING RATIO = 1.0 SPACING RATIO = 1.0

lJi-. o""""oaNr rBsrrrG r.aEonAroBras. rN., JTi-lno*"*,roaNT


ltL-
TBsrrNG r.aBonaroRrf, s rN..

bG 9_a_V
h- F3-7r RcFd N. rk!?
.re {r!{1Ix.
ih,o( aTur4n duins F !6'q(Pjfubrnulusre

e 2! 0 t6.3
s8t '*rutrT7"i,*-*-*
3:*. i# *L k'
b, Nh-.'ErM rBn^.
w-V tl-Nr '^mr^rorFr

drd sq srnd w ",:'-" fr8"


l.r.L, R.port No. 14216C, Thcsc ceflicicnts w.ra comput.d br tfi. LI.L, R.po.t No. 14217C. Thcs. c€fficicnts woc conpured by rhc
Zonol.Covitf /rlcrhod, l.E.S. Rccoaacndcd Procttce, ond PrcPorcd Zonol-Covity rllcthod. l.E.S, R.codm.nded Ptdctica, and prtporcd
fron rhc condlepowcr disfuiburlon data giv.n in indcp.nd.nr fcstlng kod thc .ondl.powq disttibution dcto siv.d in lnd.pcndcnr 7.5ting
Lobo'orori.s R.pod No. 14216, 4oted 9/8n1' ondorcboscdono Lo6orotori.s Rcpod No, 14217, dot.d 9/8n1, oad orc 6oscd on o
2V" Flod CovitY Reflccronc.' 2e7" Floot Covity R. ..ton...

,,,t,,,,,
."1
I

?"1:

,, ,, t5' ,i ",
rl

:1

:l
4.9- Itetol Holide: C.U, x c.9.
Conversion Fdctors: 175 Won Metcutv d

13
OPEN REFLECTOR MULTI-GROOVE BAFFLE
DOWNLIGHT (R LamP) DOWNLIGHT (R Lamp)

Specular Clear A zak Specular Gold Alzak Black


Multl-Groove
Baffle

I
I
AALLAST RETA INING HOOKS (2)
:-! .\

HOUSINGT

VENT HOLES
Aluminun. l6 eo'

go'
24t/!, l II

REFLECToR; ALZAK@ oluninun, 16


Speculor clear or specolor eold onodized F LECTOR: Speculor c leor
(treoted to provide U.V. .esisront, ALZAK @) olunidun, 16 so.
non.fodins finish), Motte whhe {
JUNCT/ON BOX
AALLAST"SPL/CE 8OX
ASSET1ELY: L@ ked b),
r.rotntng fioo(s to mounting
MOUNTING 8RA CKETS lrcdc. Conplcte dssetubly
ib/e from be/ow.
"ccess

1rs" MiF. " 2L/ai' xa'. IIOUNTING FRA E: Dta.formcd


as \a"
Dio. Dio.
A4lJ LT I-GROOV E BAFFLE: Onc.p,ece

o"etlop 9s /8" Dia, seomJer5 olumiDUd Shorply detoiled


con.entti. tinss' aPti.ol hldck {inish.
Mofi.white {ldnge.

CATALOG NO. RECESSED WIDTH RECESSED


HOUS ING
S PEC U LAR SPECULAR I\4ULTI.GROOVE VOLTAGE LAII P D IAIVETER HEIGHT
C I FAR ALZAK * GOLD ALZA K * BAFF LE * IVAX. t\4tN.

330I2-A0 33012-AI 33012-A8 120V 100w R-40


330]jl-A0 3:r01$At 33013-A8 277V l\4ercury (Coated )
9),4 " ?6' 24V' T31A,
330r4-A0 33014-Al 33014-A8 120V 175W R-40
33015-A0 330I+AI 33015-A8 277V Mercury (Coated )

G EN ERA DESC R I PT I ON : Low$r iehtness downlishts which


L ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-medjum base. Nickel plated
utllize efficient, long-life, coated mercury lamps. Double"contoured screw shell. Pre.wired complete with leads to 4' x 3V2' x 2"
Alzak reflectot in Open Reflector Downiight optirnizes and redirects junction box, 14 ga. steel, U.L. listed for through branch circujt
broad distribution of light frorn R lamp into a widesgead, soft€dged wlring with maximum of (8) No. 12, 60oC supply conductors
(4 in-4out). Ballast: Constant wattage autotransforrner type, B.P.F.;
beam with 45o visual cut-off to larnp. Specular Alzak reflector
in

N4ulti-Groove Baffle Dowflight tedirects broad distribution of light encased and filled, attached splice box.
from R lamp into a medium, soft€dged beam wlth 450 visual cuFoff l\,IECHANICAL: Provided with{4) 16 ga, steel mounting brackets:
to lamp; uniform, sharp-edged grooves finished in optical black also suitable for Ltse with standard 14' and llil Lathing channels
minimize aperture brightness. Ballast'splice box assemblies, sup_ (by others). Frxture should be supported by main Iunner or purln
ported by mounting frames, ale isolated frorn fixtlre housings, which c hanne l.
reduces ballast noise and flevents heat build_up, Quickielease
hooks petrnI assenDry to be Ieroved fol servrcilS.
OPTI0NAL: Auxiliary lighting system for temporary H.l.D. lamp
outage. See Lightolier Specifjcation Sheet AUX/SUP.
* lncandescent units which match tne apeltue appearance of ACCESS0RY:slopeu adapter. See L ghtolier Specificat on
units are availab le. Sheet 7920.

PATENTS: No. 3,040,172.

FINISH: All painted tinishes LABELS: U.L. (suitable for darnp location);

14
OPEN RE F LECTOR MULTI-GROOVE BAFFLE

(tui.'rid6- 0rfl3.Hr eewrp €)


Ro(t.r clvrTY RATro- 5(tu.wid6- ? cYrflulo- s(tu r dd.
Rosr clvlrY RArlo- ro(tu. iitu'ths. H. abo€ E! phe)

40

355
305
25:
20

| 5 6 j ! 9 r0 | r? rJ rLl
r89 t0 11 t2

is qvick colcolotor cfiort deternines the nvmber ond spocing ol


175 Wdfi R4O u^its lo. @y lcval ol illuninotion ond $e associoted l'15 Wdtt R-40 o'its (ot ony level of illuninorion ({ot 100 Wott R10
noise leve, lot either l@ Wdfi or 175 l'lott lnits. Due to vo.iotions lnits multiply chort valoes by 0,5) and the ossocioted no,se /eve/ for
between bo,lorrs, Noise Crtterio rcri.gs ore occurcte to i 3. eithet 175 llott ot 100 Woh R40 onits. Due ro vdriorions SetPeen
Lighting Cmve.sior Fo.torc: l75W R.r'r9 (Cxld): F.C. ' 0.9. bol/osrs. No,se Crhetid totihss ore dccurote 13.
INW R40 (Gold): F.C, x o.4; (Cleor): F.C. , 0.5.
SPACING RATIO = I.3 SPACING RATIO = 0,9

ll-_1g*"*. oBNl rBsrr G *"":m:J:*:'j:. l[fu r*r. DaNr r*srr NG


^"1"*#i3; L",?'j3
dk 9-€-7r tuFi No 1421) bk 6-22-?1 tuF" N" 1la?9
de 3F-228P/0r- F a t7@ 1Nd. o.e Hj9-22sPlDx. ntai 1@E
i-i.,,.. x.u-;^"1q. Fr1ecb.,
'600 !Fcur'! durN rinidh' Brek
FriFn*ipp1d.r'e. @rti+rcd. b.Jfl.'
^murr

?t

ttt
r:l
55

?t
))

-Htit":ff- ?oat
2?O9
va'
,,r'
{4.2
9.6
6?.3
34.0

.^s*ffi-
99,6
frg *.6

t.t L. R.pod No. lAl3C. That. .alli.i.nts w.t. compur.d 6y rh. l.T.L, No, 73879C. These coeJficiedrs were codput'ed by rhe
Repo.t'
Zonol-Caviv ,ttctAo4 l.E.S. Rccomrcndcd Prcdicc, ond prcporcd Zondl-Covity l.E,S. Recommended Prc.tice, and ptepoted
frcm rlrc cond/epower distributton darr siven in ,nd.pGddGnr f.s ns ^lerhod.dtstri bution doto given tn lndepehdert festing
from the cond/epower
Lcborctorrcs R.por. 1213, dot.d 9/8/71, o"d orc bos.d o' a LdSororortes Reporr No. 13879. doted 6'22n1, ond ore Snsed ono
2AV Flod Covitr 2V7, Floot Cavity Retlectan.e.

,01
-'']*"
"t"l I
'l'
'0,0!!0r0150n
I

:r :::l:

Focrors: l00V ond 175W R-10(Gold): C.U. x 0.9;


For 100 unirs, multiply C.Ll.'s by 1.0.
OPEN REFLECTOR DOWNLIGHT

Specular Clear Alzak Specular GoLd AIzak

AALLAST RETAINING HOOKS (2

SOCKET HOUS/NC; Die.cost' olumi'!m.


Desiqned lor effecrive heot dissipdtion.
VENT HOLFS ToP Vi.w
REFLECTOR: ALZAK@ dtlninsd, 16 qo.
Speculor c/eor ot spe.plar sold anodized
krcoted to provide U.V. resistunr, BALLAST.SPLICE AOX
non-todinq linish ). ASSEi4aLY: Locked by
RETAINTNG SPR/NGs: Secue retoining hooks to nountihg
reflecror ro no,nting ting. trone. Conplete ossenbly
d..es<i6le frdm 6c /ow-
JUNCIION BOX
A4OUNTING ARA CKETS

tla" Min.

llOUNTi NG FRAME: Die.lotrcd


71"" Di"

Ftush 77/s, Dio.


/'{OUNIING RrNGi Drc-cdsr AlOLDED TRIM RING:
o lun tn un. Pr ov ldes f I onse les s ove ap Dio. Prcvids nidinlnaiath
*ln ln plostet cellinq. 's,A' (lonsed trin in Aty c.iling,
Itay olso be qsed in Piosi.r
.e ilins. White fi.ish.

CATALOG NO- RECESSED WIDTH


HOUSING RECESSED
VOLTAGE
SPEC U LAR S PEC U LAR DIAIVETER HEIGHT
CLEAR ALZAK * GOLD ALZAK * I\4AX. IV IN.

331t0-A0 $r10-A1 120V r00w A-23


8),4- Lh )a t. \

33lll-A0 33lu-At 277V lVercury (Coated )

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Low brightness downlsht which ELECTRICAL: Porcelain sockeFmedium base. Nickel plated
utilizes efficient, long-life, coated mercury lamps to provide a shell. Pre-wiled complete with leads t6
screw
rnedium, soft€dged beam. Alzak reflector rninimizes aperture bright- junction box, 14 ga. steel. u.L. listed for through branch circuit
ness by distributing I ght uniform y within Lrseful zones. Provides 500 wiring with maxinun'of (8) No. 12, 75oC supply conductols
visual cut-off to lamp and lamp irnage in reflector. Retainlng springs (4 in - 4 out), or 600Cconductots for end of run. Ballast: Constant
assure ease of installation, secure fixture to mounting ring. Ballast- wattage autot.ansformel type, H,P.F.; encased and filled, attached
splice box assembly, supported by mountlng frarne, is isolated from splice box,
fixture housing, which reduces ballast noise and prevents heat bLrjld-
u0. Quick{elease hooks perrnit assembly to be removed for servicing, FINISH: n lpainted finishes baked enanel.

* lncandescent units which match the apertlre appearance of H.l.D. 0PTI0NAL: Auxiliary lighting system fq temporary H.l.D. lamp
units are available. outage, See Lightolier Specification Sheet AUX/SUP.

ITIECHANICAL: Provided with(4) 16 ga. steel mounting brackets: ACCESS0RY: sloped ce ling adapter. see Lightolier Speclf cation
also suitable for use with standard 14 and 1lr' lathing channels Sheet 7920.
(by others), F xture sho!ld be supported by main IUnner oI purlin
channe l. LABELS: U.L. (suitable for damp location); l.B.E.w. C.s.A.

16
I
RO(r4 5URFA€€ i€'FLECT^IiCE
00
\
\ /--
| (tur iid$' l0! lt& rr. :!m rdr Prre)
qoorl C.vlft Rllro- grir
;;*l \tt
clvl rY 3l r ro.
tt
r0 (Ra. fid6- ns lij rl.Edtdu)
Lt0
-ROol t---- *""*,,""*,-*,,.,*" 35
1l
\l \-t-- 30

25
20

s0 15 ]]5
L{ 5 6 7 8 9 r0 | 12 13 lq

Ihis quic& col.uldtot chon deternines the nunEF-t and spo.ing o(


100 llott A.23 unirs (ot dny level oI illuninotion o'd rhe ossocioted
noise /evel Due to v iorions berween Sorlosrs, Noise Crite.io
rotings oie dccurote ro 13.
Lishtins Convetsion Fo.tat: 100W A.23 (Gold): F.C. x 0.9-
SPACING RATIO - I.O5

I I ItE Pf, r- alal r- T TlisTlNG i-,tAOnAfOf,llES. INC-

roolDr, rared

^L"zl,a-a
,.1,L. Report No. 19257C. These coetficierfs \|era .onputed by the
Zonol-Cavity i.4et/rod, /.E.5. RecomDerded Prc.ti.e, dnd ptepored
fron the condlepower disttlbotion ddto gifth ih /ddependeDt festing
Ldborotor,es R€port No. 19257, doted 5/29/75, ond ore Sosed on o
2O7. Floot Cdvity Ref/.ctonce,

,t"l
r0 LoLs r r0 e r

100w A-23 (Gold): C.U. by 0.9.


s
l-lGl{T0l-llll? rz
OPEN REFLECTOR DOWNLIGHT This luminaire is available l0r use with
70W (E-23f, or BT-25), 100W (E-23% 0r BT-25)
and 150W (55V. E"231h ot BI'25\
High Pressure S0dium lamps (coaled).

Consult Faclory.

Specular Clear Alzak Specular Gold Alzak

AALLAST RETAINING HOOKS (2):


Die-{orned stcel, 12 sa. Sptins-looded
for.ose of d.tocAing bollast ossembly.
SOCKET HOUS/NG; D,.-co'r
olu6inuh. D.sisn.d lo. .ff.d,vc Acor
diisipotton. \
\t
REFLECTOR: ALZ AK@ olun;num, 16,r".
Specu/or c/eo. or speculor sold onallized
(trcated ta ya"ide U.V. resistont, EALLA5I-5PL/CE BOX
nonlodtng ft",sh). ttorre *h're llo"se- ASSEMaLY: Locked 6Y
rerdininq hooks to mounrtng
hone. Cotuplete ossemblY
ible from belo*,
J UNCT/ON AOX "..ess
I"OUNTlNG 8RA CKET5
-T
\
3
I Illii
i'/s" Min. - 2t/s" Mox' - \

-_'__r.--- rr' Dt.. I


MOUNT/NG FRAA1E: Dic-fodcd
I
* LAMP GUARD: Far retolholide
lodp on/y. Heol..esistoni 9/dss.
--]
Guo.d rcquned hy ldnP nonutocturet.

CATALOG NO. RECESSED W IDTH


HOUS IN G RECESSED
SPECULAR VOLTAGE HE GHT
SPECULAR D IAIMETER NIIN-
CI FAR AL ZAK I G OLD ALZAK T

33114-40 33114-At t20v 175W E-28, BT-28


331lFA0 33U$Al 277V Mercury (Coated )
33u6-40 33116-Ar 120v 250w E-28, BT-28
33lll-AI 217V Merc ury (C oated) 24lt
331rt-A0 rJ 26" " 15"
33144-A0 33144-AI 120V l75W E-28, T-28
B

33t4tA0 33145-At 211V iletal H alide*(Co ated )


33148-A 0 33148-At 120V 250W E-28, BT-28
$147-A0 33I47-AI 211V Metal HaliCe'(Coated )

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Low-br ightness downlisht which ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-mogul base. Nickel plated

utilizes efflcient, Long-life, coated mercury lamps and coated metal sciew shell. Re-wired com0lete with leads to 4" x 3t/z' x 2"
hallde lamps to provide a medium, soft*dged beam' Alzak reflector junction box, 14 ga. steel. iJ.L. llsted for through blanch citcuit
n nimizes aperture brightness by dlstriblting llght uniformly within wlring with maximum of (8) No. 12, 750C supply cond!ctors
useful zones. Provides 45o visual cut-off to lamp and lamp irnage ln (4 in - 4 out), or 600C conductors for end of run. Ballast: Encased
reflector. Concealed Torsiontite splings assure ease of installation' and filled, attached splice box. Nlercury__Constant wattage auto'
secure fixture to mounting ring. Ballast_splice box assembly, transformer type, H.P.F.; N4etal l"lalide -- L€ad peaked autotransformei
s!ppqted by rnounting fiame, is isolated from fixture housing, whlch type, H-P.F.
reduces ballast noise and prevents heat buiLd_up' Quick_release
FINISH: Ail painted f fishes baked enamel.
"ool,s pe nr ls\e o.y tooe re-oved lor servlcilg.,
t lncandescent units wh ch match the apeltue appearance of H.l.D. 0PTI0NAL: Auxiliary Lighting svstem for iemporarv H.l.D. lamp
units are ava ilab le. outage. See Lightoller Specification Sheet AUX./SUP. llt}
MECHANICAL: Provded wth (4) l6 ga stee nrounting brackets: ACCESSoRY: sloped ce I ns adaptel. see L ghloLrer spec f cat on
also s! table for use w th standard r4 and llt' lath ng channels Sheet 7920.
(by others). Fixture shotrld be suppo{ted by main runner or pur n
LABELS: U.L. (suitable for damp location); I B.E.W C S.A
channe l.

18

l
Gn' vks. l0l h'' Hl. lbor Wk, ft)
5(Rn wid6_ 1r h3 Hr. 3toE wL Pru€)
0(Rs, *id6. hr 3t' e€ *d pl{€)

Ll0
60

50 358
q0 305
30
25u
20 10

10

q56 l I 9 l! rr t2 t3 ll 1!

This quick cal.vlotot chon dete'nites tl'e nunber and sPocins of


175 \fott E-28 Mercwy lnits tor any level of illonindtion dnd the
ossocioted notse level tor either 175 Wott ot 250 Vlon Metcutv ot
Metol Holide unirs. Due to voriotions between bd//dsts, Noise
Ctiterc totinss a.e occurore ro I 3.
Lidhti^o c.nvet.ian lo.tots: 175 \'tot Mercwy 'G.ldt: F c. t 0'9'
256 wo;, $",.",y 'Gold): F'C. x t.4i tcteot: F.C x 1.5' lT5wott
t/Et6l Ildlide Gald): F.C' x 1.5i Gle ): F.C' x 1.7. 250wdn Metol
Hdtide Gold): F,C. x 2 3; Gleor): F.C. x 2.5-
SPACING RATIO = 0.8

ll-3'""'.,,*^-rr'srr:i-G*,L3f^ff ?
j*i:*L:
Dc 3-trt-71
.ne !!--h/0,. B€ e 50 rlFns,
!-;^- :N

,}
lir
\*
."i
;il
ztt
+4

1766 \4.2
tr-ld \tn 6t.1 92.7
,r! 65.2 99.a
5F? 65.3

..-ry-'P"h.-
I.f.L. Report No. I4143C, Ihesc coa#ictents were codPuted 5v th.
zonal-Covity Metlrod, I.8.5. Recommended P.octice, onA PrePo?ed
from rfie condlepower disrri6ution doio given in ,ndependenr fesring
LoSororories Reporr No. 741r'3, dded atl6n L dnd ore bosed on o
Floq CovitY Re{leatonce.
r"t.
2e%

.";"';;T
i; ,, ,,

lfl

(Gotd): C,U. x 0.9; (CIeor): U.


ond 250 \'lott Mercuty
x 1-0.
l-lGl{T()l-llill rs
OPEN REFLECTOR DOWNLIGHT

Specular CIear Alzak Specular Gold Alzak

SOCXET HOUSING: Die.cosr THUMESCRFWJ (3):


BALLASI RETA'N,NG HOOKS (2) \---l
',_|
Fo. tap..lonpins.
ol!6inu6. Desisned tor effective A@r

l.--,r"-
* l,lerdi Hdtide
tlfi
Top View
REFLFCTOR: ALZAK @
"tu^i"om, s".
16
Spaculor cleor or s*culor gold ondizcd
(trcoted to provide U,V, .esisronr,
n n-hdirc tinish). llotc *hite (ldnse. BALLAST"SPL/CE AOX
ASSEA4aLYT Locked by
tetoining hooks t6 nounfing
frohe. Comp/ete ossem6/y
o.cess t5/e froft be/ow-
JUNCTION BOX

MOUNT'NG

I
I

f,t
i'/"" Mi". - 21i," M",. i
T- MOUNI/NG FRAME: Die-{otmed

CATALOG NO. RECESSED WIDTH


HOUSING RECESSEO
S PEC U LAR SPECULAR VOLT AG E D IAI!1ETER HEIGHI
I\,IIN.
C LEAR ALZAK * GOLD ALZAK *
33u8-A0 33u8-Al 120V c00v/ E-31 , Br -37
Mercury (Coated )
33rn-40 33119-A1 271V t7" 33" 29' 19'. '

33rt8-A0 33148-Al 120V 400w E-37, B T-37


$r09-A0 33149-At 2t 7V lVl,etal Hal ide (Coated )

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Low brightness downlieht which ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-mogul base. Nicke plated

utilizes efficient, long-life, coated metcury lamps and coated metal screw she l. Pre-w red complete with leads to 4 x 312' x 2
halide lamps to provide a medium, soft€dged beam. Alzak leflectof junct on box, 14 ga. steel. U.L. I sted fq through branch circu t
minimizes aperture btightness by dlstlibuting light uniformly within wir ng with max mum of (8) No. 12, 75oC supply conductors
useful zones. ftovides 400 visual cut_off to larnp and lamp image in (4 n - 4 olt), or 6OoC conductors for end of tun. Bal ast: Encased
rellector. Concealed Tolsiontite s ings assure ease of installation' and fi led, attached splice box. Melcury-_Constant wattage auto_
secue fixtule to mounting Iin8. Ballast'splice box assembly, transfo(mer type, H.P.F.; lMetal HaLlde_'Lead peaked autotrans_
suppotted by mounting frame, is isolated ftom fixture housLng, which for mer type, H.P.F.

teduce ballast noise and plevents heat build-up. Quick'release


hooks petnrt assembly to D€ Iemoveo lo selvlclng'
+ F lN l5 H : A . pa ted lrnrs-es odked pnare..
lncandescent units which rnatch th€ aperture appearance of H.l.D.
!nits are available. ffi
OPTI0NAL: Aux liary Lighting system for temporary lamp

MECHANICAL: Provided wrth 14) 16 ga. steel molnt ng biackets: outage. See Llghtolier Specification Sheet AUX/SUP.
also surtable for Lrse with standard and 1{ ili
lathing channels
(by others). Fixture shou d be supported by ma n Iunner oI purlln
c han ne l. LABELS: U.L. (suitable for damp Locat on);
20
a-
I
MERCURY LAMP (C OAT ED )
METAL HALIDE LAMP icoATEDr

i.*.F ;rpFH FaN.K s1.ELrG !d{ALLS.rr.LooR


2!0- I
"200

D5
tl
175- \ u-'
r-Roolcv.l-'RA,,o - 5(Rh rdd- lrh!.h e.d!d&

tl
. oib fid'lrs H'. &wrd p4a
\ r Roc^' ca

)l
l5
A
-150
r50

]0:
\ I
254 -r00
\ '10

35;

\ \ r I i l- l!5
l5
---=I:-:
20:
r5 -50
l5-
.-f -_
t0 2A

0 0
t3l l q00 Ll
n0 0

| 2 I Lt 5 6 ll I 18910|1213 lq15 15 ll 18 19 20 2 2? 23 24

This e"i.k col.ulorat chon dererdines the number ond sPo'tns ol


Ihis quick .olcLldtot chdrt determtnes ihe nunhet ond spdcing o!
4Aa \lott BT-31 units fot ony level 6{ illuninotian dnd the ossocioreJ
4OA Wott E-37 onits lar onv level a( illrnindrion ond the ossoctoted
noise level. Due ta woriotio.s berween bol/osts, Noise Cr'erio roise Ievel. Doe to vortot'ons Setween 50//osrs, Noise Critario
rdtings ore oc.urore to 13. rdtings ore occu/ore to + 3.
Lishtins Con"esion Fo.tot: 4AAW (Gald): F.C,,0.9'
Liqhii"q Con"ersion Fo.tat: 4AAw GoH): F,C' x 0'9'
SPACING RAT IO = 1.0 S PAC ING RATIO = I.1

tc-.1'.1f lf -!;1 n u*,. rt tr r r x sr r \ (; t.lr",l":)-?l t,l


l[-_[_g"*o",'riNrrBsrtf il,_'l.Ll,,l).1]1'; l., l) ;

)1

, U.J;il &*#-,.,. ua,tt,:e"&-,",,,

/.7.L. Reporr No. 15628C" fh€se coetftcients were comPured bv rhe /.I.L. Report No. 15629C' fhese coeil'cienrs were codplted bv ihe
Zonot-Covity Merhod, I.F.5. Recomnended Procrice, on4 preporecl Zandt-Covity Method, /,E.5 Recommended Proctice, ond prepdreJ
fron the condlepower disttibution doto given in /ndepe'denr Tesring from rAe cond/epower disttibttian ddto Itven in /ndependenr Tesrins
LoSorotories Reporr No. 1562A, doted 9/8/'12, ond ore 6ose.j on o Loborotories Reporr No. ?5629, daled 9/ai2, ond ore bosed on o
20% Float Covity Reflectonce. 2A% Flaor CovitY Refiedonce.

3ll'j

lo
Cohvcrsion Foctot: 4AAW lcold): C.U. 0.9. Canv.rcian Facrot: 4AAlt (Gold): C.U, x 0.9.
This luminaire is available l0r use wilh
70W (E-23% 0r BT"25), 100W {E"23% 0r BT-25)
ELLIPSOIDAL REFLECTOR DOWNLIGHT and 150W (55V. E-231/, ot BI-25)
High Pressure Sodium lamps (coaled).

Coflsull Faclory.

,'m']

Specular Gold SpecLrlar Black Ivlatte Beige B ack


Alzak Cone Alzak Cone Con e Multi-G roove
Balf e

SOCKFT HOUSINGT Die-cosr


olutuinan. Designed {or eflective leot
FA LLASI RETAINlNG HAOKS (2)

REFLECTORj Specu/or c/eor


ALZAK d oluninun, 16 sd,

SPRING LOADED LATCHES (3)'


Petnit rcnowol of housinq for dccess
ta splices ond/ot tap tel

BALLAST-SPLICE BOX
J UNCT/ON aox ASSEIlBLY: Locked 6y
reroining hooks t. naunt ing
frone. Conp/eie dssenbl/
MOUNIiNG B RA CKETS occess ible from 6e /ow.

1\;" Mi". - 21i"" M"'. fiOUNri NG FRAME: Die-lorred


I
APERTURE CONFr A/uminum, 16 9o.
Mott. b.ige tintsh or ALZAK@ oluminun ItU LTI-GROOVE BAFFLE: One-piec.
in specular sold or spcculor block onodized seoD/ess o/uminun. Sharply detoiled
ftr€oted ro provide U,V. rcsistant, nan-{odins concert'ric rings, in apti.dl blo.k (inish,
finish). llatte white fldhse. Motte white { lonse.

CATA LOG NO. RECESSED


IY IDTH
SPECULAR S PECU LAR SPECIJ LAR NlATTE IVU LTI- VOLT- LAI\1P
HOUSING
AGE D lAIVET E R HE]GHT
CLEAR G OLD BLAC K BE IGE GROOVE
[,1AX. I\4IN.
CONE * CONE * CONE * OONE BAFF LE *
334I2-A0 33412-Al 33412-A2 33412-A7 33412-A8 120V r00'/J t-23k, Br-25
334r3-A0 334I3-Al 33413-42 33413-A7 334llA8 277V lVercury (Coated )
334I4-A0 $4I4-Ar 334r4-A2 334I4-Al 33414-A8 120V 175W E-28, B T-28 l3rq' 2tk" 26" 16\,4,'
33415-a0 334ISAl 334IFA2 334rSAt 334rSA8 217V l\4ercury (C oated )

334I6-A0 33416-A1 334r6-42 33416-A7 334I6-A8 120V 250W E-28, BT-2I


33417-A0 33417-Ar 3341I-A2 334I7-A7 334lt- A8 211V Mercury (C oaied )

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Low-brishtness dolf sht uLth ELECTRICAL: Porce a n socket'mogul base. N ckei plated
fiinrnum light-soLrrce rdentii cat on. Util zes A z:rk ref ector afd screw she Re-wired complete w th eads to 4' x 3li' x 2'
efi c ent, ong-l fe, coated mefcury lafirps to prov de a w despreaC, junct on box, 14 ga. steel. U.L- isted for throu€h branch c rc! t
soft-edged beam. Cho ce of specular go d ot spe.u ar b ack Alzak or wr ng w th maxrrnufi of (8) No. 12, 75t C supp y conductors
r:tte berge aperture cones; or ly'u t -G(oove baffle. Ba last'sp ice l4 rn - 4 oLrt), or 6O'C condLrctors for end of.un. Ballast: Constanl
box assernbly, supported by mountrng frame, s isoLated from f xiure rrattaBe aLrlotransformer type, H.P.F. encased and f I ed, attachec
ho!srng, v/hrch reduces ba last no se ard prevents heirt bLl ld-up, sp ce b ox,
Quickrelease hooks permrt assembly to be Iemoved for servlcing.
* FINISH: A11 pa nted f n shes baked enamel.
lncandescent units wh ch metch the tpeltule appearafce of H.l,D.
un its are ava ilab le. OPTl0NAL: Aux iery l ghtrng systern fo{ tempolary H. l. D. amp

MEC HA N ICA L: Rovidedwth stee mount n€ brackets;


(41 16 ga. outage. See Lrghto ier Spec f cation SiEet AUX/SUP.
also suitable for use w th standard ld' and 11? ath fg channe s iby
others),Compete ho!s ng musi be rnsta led before ce I ng s f n shed PATENTS: No. 3,0{0,172.
Fixture should be supported by ma n Mner ot pur in chenrlei. ACCESS0RY:sloped cer ng adapter. see L,ghtolrer Spec,frcatLon
LABELS: u,L. (su table lor damp Lo.ation); l.B.E.w.i C.S.A. Sheet 7920.
22
tlj"-':rj"* I I
100

90
' rd$ rrtu * &r.drde)
80 51M
oLih*dd hr 3 Jo.{e' e4

)t
70
q0 60

l5E 50

l0: q0

25: 30

za
2t)

't 5 6 ? 8 9 tC t2 ]] lq 15

TAts qui.k colcolotq chorr determines the nvmber ond spocins oI This quick cotculotor chon derermines rhe number ond spocing of
1A0 yr'ott E-231/, units {d ony level of illoninotian ond rAe ossoctoted
250 Wotr E-2A units fot ony level a{ illlninotidn ond tfre dssocioted
no;se /eve/. Due ro. vortorions 6elween bo//osts, No'se Criterio notse ieve/ fat eithet 175 Wofi ot 250 Wott units- Due to voriotions
berween bo//osrs, Noise Crirerio .otings ore occurote to 13.
rdtings ore dccurote to 13,
Lighting Convetsian Foctors: alock Cone/Multt'Groove, 175v1 F.C.x
x 0.7, 250Wi F.C. x 1 .0. Cleor ond Gold Cone, l75v/; F.C. x 0.8, 25011;
Lightins Canwetsion Foctots: Block Cone /Mu h i-Groaft; F.C. 1.0.
F.C, x 1.1. Beige Cone, l75W; F,C.x 0.75' 250t/i F.C. x 1.05.
Clear ond Gold Conei F.C. x 1,). Eeiee Cone; F.C. x l-05.
S PAC ING RATIO - 1.3 SPACING RATIO - 1.0

--JTil.,r*,"-toBNT rrsrr\G rr.. r'srr c'","J*^ff i::*:.,*


llr-
r. taon.tr.rlrr ris, lJ-[-g" "*.
oaNr
kF. No tr€€t b- 9-a-?1
oD. ur4r/D1, oDe Br -t /br.

It

'utr?^h_#- ."ffinfrp*

i.f.L. Report No. 13887C, fh.se cetficie'rs wf. cohpqtcd by rA. ,.I.L. R.port No. t4212C. fAcse cefficients w.t. .ohPuted by th.
Zonal-Cavity /r{erh04 1.E.5. Rccommcnded Proctice, ond preporcd Zonat-Covitr ttcr6od, ,.E.S. Rccommended P.octicc, onJ PrePorcd
{ron the condlepower tisrtibution doto givcn in lnd.p.ndcnt T.sting lrcn tk candlepowo disrriburlon ddto qtven in ind.P.nd.nt Tcating
LoSorofo'i.s Rcport No.l388l, ddr.d 6/22n1, ond orc 5os.d on Loborctori.5 R.pott No. 14212, doted 9/8/71, ond orc Soscd on o
Flod Covitv Rcf/cctonc.. 2Mo Flod Cority R.{l.ctanc.,
,t'l
2Uv"
ca Ic.." '

It 1l\ |
r n a I
I |
n
'
!
L
lx
r
!
'
a It
.r I

,11 .. t r . ,r .r .1 I.r
i. , rt 13 ,r :! 3lr 1
,r )f ,r lr :, :r
cld i )o .. t1 .0 13 ,3
.o 3 i.o .s l.
Convers,on Foctorsi Block Cone /Mu h i-G oove; C.U. t i,0. Ciedr Converston Fo.tors for 175v1 dnd 25aw: Block Cone/Molti'Groove;
1.1. Ee ide Con.l C.U. x 1.0. Cleor ond Gold Cahei C.U. x 1,1, Beise Cone; C U. x l.
ELLIPSOIDAL REFLECTOR DOWNLIGHT

t\y' atte Beige Black


Cone l\,4u lti-Groove
Baffle

SOCKET HOU5,N6i Di.-cost AALLASI RETAINi N6 HOOKS (2)


oluninun. D.'isn.d lo' .ffccti* Acot

REFLECTORT Spccu/or cler


ALZAK@ oluninun, l6 so. -
SPRING LOADED LATCHES (3);
Penit rcnovol of housing for occess LAIAP GU ARD: Heot.resrstodt
to spliccs ond/ot top rclompinE. sloss. Guod reqoired by
lonp nonGactarer,
JUNCTTON 8OX
BALLAST.SPLiCE 8OX
A{OUNT'NG SRACKEIS
ASSE aLYr Locked by
rctoirins books to nounting
frone. Conplere ossembly
occessiS/e from beiow.

trst'Min,
\l r',{ouNrt NG FRAAlE: Dic-fomcd

s"/,"" Dr". 826"-l'


APERTURE CONE: Aludinh, 16 so. -- Dio. LT l-GROOVE BA : ane-piece
'/ U F F LE
,{'4otr. beige tinish ot ALZAK@ olulinun seoniess o/uninum. Shdtply detoiled
in speculor sold or speculor black ondized gts/.'Di". concent'.ic rings. opticol block finish,
(treoted to prov ide U.V. rcsistdnt, non.fodins Motte whne llonge.
f,n ish). Mofre ||hire {lonsc.

CATALOG NO. R ECESSED


VOLT. iIOUSING WIDTH RECESSEO
S PEC U LAR SPECU LAR S PECULAR IVATTE MU LT I-
AGE DIAIVETER HE IGHT
CLEAR GOLD BLACK BE IGE CROOVE
* * * * MAX. MIN.
CONE CONE CONE CONE BAFF LE
33444-A0 33444-Ar 33444-A2 33444-At 33444-A8 120V 175W E-28, BT-28
33445-A0 33445-At 33445-A2 3344S47 :t344SA8 ?77V Metal Halide (Coated)
13rq" 27 t1 ?6 16\'
33446-A0 33446-Ar 33446-42 33446-At 33446-48 t20v 250W Br-28
33447-A0 33447-Al 33447-A2 3344r-At 33447-A8 217V lVetal Halide (Coated)

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Low-brishtness downlisht with ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-mogul base. Nickel plated
miftimum light-source indentification. Utilizes Alzak Ieflector and screw shell. Pre-wired complete with leads to 4" x 3y2' x 2"
efficient, long-life coated metal halide lamps to provide widespread, junction box, 14 ga. steel. U.L. llsted for through branch citcuit
soft+dged bearn. Choice of speculat gold or specular black Alzak or wiring with nraximum of (8) No. 12, 75oC supply conductots
matte beige aperture cones; or lvulti'Groove baffle. Ballast-splice (4in-4out),or 600 C conductors for end ofrun. Ballast: t€ad peaked
box assembly, supported by rnounting fIame, is isolated fiom fixture autotransformer type, H.P.F. Encased and fllled, attached splice box.
housing, which reduces ballast noise and prevents heat build-up.
FINISH: ntt pa nted finishes baked enarnel.
Quick-Ielease hooks permit assembly to be removed for servicing'
* lncandescent units which match the apettue appealance of H.l.D. 0PTI0NAL: Auxiliary lighting system for temporary H.l.D. lamp

units are available. outage, 5ee Llghtolier Specification Sheet AUX/SUP.


ACCESSORY: Sloped celling adapter. see L ghtoljer spec fication
MEC HAN ICA L: Provided wjth (4) 16 ga. steel mounting brackets; Sheet 7920.
also suitable for use wjth standard 3/a" and thi lathing channels (by PATENTS : No. s,040,172.
others),Complete housing must be installed before celling is fin shed.
Fixture should be supported by naln runner or putlin channel. LABELS: U.L. (suitable for damp location); l.B.E.w,; c.s. A.

24
Mro. (h.ridF rcrhi.[' e!!c{ prrd

)o
,l 16. I I 9 r! | 12 t3 lll 5

This gui.k colculotor chorr deterhines ihe nunber and spocins o{


175 Wott BT-28 units fot ony level of illuninot'ion ond the osso.ioted
/€vc/ {d ethet 175 Wort ot 250 Vlott units- Due to votiotions
'oise
between 50//osts, Noise Crtrerio rdtinss ore occurore to ! 3.
Lightins Convetsion Foctors: Block Cone / Molt i-Groove, 175\'l; F.C. x
1,0, EjW; F.C. x 1.5, Cleor ond Go/d Cone, 175W; F.C. x 1.1, 2501/;
F.C. x 1,6. Eeiee Cone, 175vr'; F.C. x 1.05, 250W; F.C. x 1.55.
S PAC ING RATIO = 1.2

ll-lgr"r," oBNr rBsrr NG r"".*"r.fr


:J"rj:.,*
uc 9-3-71 RlFn No 11r'11
b. -)/ . Ek r',um tuTE.

:i
:t.

it
ii{ ffi lm

294B 65.j
6 )).? .' n rfih uourorE
t.* :?i: !,2 *"
39

ut!* qr)P"r^
^DlFt}rDtr

tt I

,.f.L. No. 14211C. Th.s. cerfict.nrs w.r. conpur.d 6y rh.


Reporr
Zonol.Covity erhod, LE.S. Rccommcnded Procticc, ond pEporcd
hon rhe condlcpowcr dist.ibution dqto siv.n in lnd.p.nd.nr T.sttng
LdSororo.i.s Rcport No. ?i2ir, dotcd 9/8n1. ond or. 6oscd on d
2G7. Floq Coviry Ref/cctonc.,

ond 250\Y:
Con
.U, x 1.o. Clear ond Goid Cone: C.U. x i.l : c.u. x 1
l-lGl'lT0l-llill zs
ELLIPSOIDAL REFLECTOR DOWNLIGHT

--:- fiD

Specular Gold Specular Black Matte Beige Black


Alzak Cone Alzak Cone Cone Multi-Groove
Baffle

AlLLAST RETAIN/NG HOOKS (2)


SOCKET HOUSING: Die-cost
oluninun. Designed lor effective heot
J.I
Ii
REFLECIOR: Soeculor cleor
Top View
ALzaK @ otvninun, l6 so,

5PRtN6 LOADED LATCHES B)l BALLAST"SPLICE BOX


Pemi' removol of houstns for occess ASSEr'iBLY: Locked by
to splices ond/ot toP rclomping, retoin ing hooks to nounting
L]
il frcn.. ComPl.re ossedblY
JUNCTION AOX occess ibie from be/ow.

/t{OUNTiNG aRACKEfS '. 1'/

li2\"
r',1" Mi". - h1"'.
MOUNTING FRAIIE: Die'forned

@r
tluLTl-GROOVE BAF F LE: One-piece oluninon'
Shorply deroiled concentic tings, oPricol 5ld'k
+ini.h. Motte white tlonqe.

c ATALOG N RECESSED
WIDTH
sPEcil;l s pecuLAd S PECULAR I\1ATTE I\,1U LT I. VOLT
AGE
- HOUS ING RECESSED
HE IGHT
CLEAR G OLD BLACK BEIGE GROOVE DIAI!1ETER
IVAX. IN.
* * * BAFFLE *
IM
CONE CONE CONE CONE

33418-A0 33418-41 33418-A2 334r8-A7 334r8-A8 12 0V 400w E-37, B T-37


33419AI 33419-A8 211V l,4erc ury (Coated )
33419-A0 33419-Al 334U-42 19 " 29" ?ata "
33448-A0 33448-Ar 33448-A2 33{48-Al 33448-48 I2 0V 400w E-37, B T-37
33449-48 271V [4eta I Halide (Coaied )
33449-40 3344SAr 3344S-A2 33449-A7

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: downlleht with


Low-br ishtness ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-mogul base. Nickel plated
ninimum light-source indentification. Utilizes Alzak reflector and screw shell. Pre-wiled complete with leads to 4" x 3h" x 2'
efficient, long-life coated mercury lamps or coated metal halide lamps junction box, 14 ga. steel, U.L. listed for through branch cilcuit
to plovide widespread, soft€dged beam. Choice of specular gold, wiring with maximum of (B) No, 12, 75oC supply conductors
specular black Alzak or matte beige apelture cone, or IVulti-GIoove (4 in - 4 out), or 600C conductors for end of tun. Ballast: Encased
baffle. Ballast-splice box assembly, supported by mounting frame is and filled, attached splice box. lvlercury_-Constant wattage auto-
isolated trom fixture housing, which reduces ballast noise and transforrner type, H.P.F.; [,4etal Halide--Lrad peaked autohans -
prevents heat buili-up. Quick{elease hooks perrnit assembly to be former type, H.P.F.
removed for servicing. FINISH: Arl painied flfishes baked enamel.
* lncandescent !nits which match the apeltule appealance of H.1.0.
0PTI0NAL: Alxiliarv lightifg svstem for temporary H. 1.0. lamp
units are available.
outage. See Ljghtolier Specif cation Sheet AUX/SUP. fM
ACCESS0RY:sloped ceiling adapter. see Lightolier spec fication
MECHANICAL: Plovrded with (4) i6 ga. steel molnting brackets; Sheet 7920.
also suitable for use r/ith standard i6' and 1ll" athing channe s (by
PATENTS: No. 3,040,172.
others).Complete housing mLlst be installed before ceiling ls finished.
Fixture should be supported by main IUnner or purlin channel. LABELS: u.L. (sujtable for damp location); l.B.E W.; c.s A

26
MERCURY LAMP (COATE D) METAL HA LIDE LAMP (COATED)
.200
-l
t75 Il \_
\ -/l-
+- Foo,cM Rr . F.,d.rc.h!k&r'"dc-,i
RmuvrrY RATro- 5
\--f
-eosq,v
Lttt
urro-m

)c N-
q0
r25----i

r00- 35;
' 15-- 305

'50- 25o
20
2 2 3

12 t3 11 /e 9 o r r.) l, r' r.5 ! , I 19 .0 ll

fh,s quick Ealcutdtot chd.t determines the numbe. o''d sPoctDg 6f rhis quick .olculotor chdrt dcre'mincs rhe nunber ond spacins o(
4OO Wo]J E-37 units 6t ony level 6( illuninotion ond the ossoctored 4OO Watt 8T"37 units {o. ony l.vel ol illudinotion ond rhe ossocioted
noise level. Due ro voriotions Serwco bd/losrs, Noise Crireria notse levei. Dve to vdriotions berween bollosts, Noise Crite.io
rotings o.e oc.qrote to 13, rorings oe occurotc to t 3,
SPACING RATIO = 1.0 SPACING RATIO = 1.4

r,a'onrrorr
lJ-1g'*"-oarrr'srr.c"^,:*gTfj? ji.;l,j-i;: T*str s. ri-o-
ll-_1g"*". 'DNT
r..G f,

L,-:*,..

)o

, [u,1em,4,,,

/.LL, Rcpoa No. t563OC. rfi.s. coefficients weE comPet'd bv rh' l.T.L, R.porr No. 1563lC. fhese coef{icients were comPured bv th.
Zondt-Cavity M.rlrod, ,.E.S. Rccommcnded Pactice, ond cptcd Zono!-Cavity r'nerhod, I.E.S. Recommended P'octice, ond Pr.Porcd
lrcn the condlcpower dist bvtion dato given in fcst'dg froa rhc co"dlcpove. distriSurion doto give. in ,nd.Pehdent fcsritg
Lobororories RePo.t No. 1563O, dotcd 9Rn2, 'nd'Pcndent
ore Sosed on o LoSorotdt.s R.port No' 15631, dored 9/8n2, ond orc bosed on q
"na 2V' FIo6t Covity Rcll..tdn.e.
2V. Floo. CaeitY R.ll..tonc..

.".,".,..j
i:,'l:

il
jl
IL

:l

i1 ;l

t-tGt,tT()l.lEl? 27
OPEN ELLIPSOIDAL DOWNLIGHT

tfih r

Specular B ack Matte Beige Black


A zak Cone Cone Multi Groove
Baffle

BALLASI REIAINING HAOKS (2)


I
50CKEt HOUSINGi Die.cost oluninun'
Designcd for e{fecrive heor d,5siPorion.
I

REFLECTOR; Specu/or cieor


tLzt K @ oluninu^, 16 sa.
MU LT |-GROOV E B AF F LE : One'piece
seonless oluninun. Sht@ly detailed
.oncentti. tinas, opticol block linish-
RETAINiNG SPR/NGS: Secure
re(le.t.t to nounlinq ring

JUNCT/ON BOX BALLAST.SPLICE BOX


ASSE aLY: Lockcd bY
retoining Aooks to nounting
AlOUNT/N6 ARA CKETS trone. Conplete ossenblY
occess iSle from 6e/ow.

T-
l1
t'/"" nn, - z'/"" u",.
3"

$)
14OUNrlNG FR AlnE : D ie.{ or ned
IAOUNT ING RING: Dte{ost 7j/a'Dio.
o luninun. Prov ide s t lonse less
trih in ploster .eilins. 7 Dio.
OLDED TR If1 RING;
AP ERTURE CONE: Pernoncntly P6wides nininun+ idth
uwertop
lost.ned ta rc{lecro tlonsed trin in dty ceilins.
Specuior b/oc k ALZAK@ or s5;'D,d. lloy qlso 6e used in Plostet
notte beise I inish- ce ilinq. \lhite finish.

CATALOG NO. RECESSED WIDTH


HOUS IN G RECESSEO
SPECU LAR IVATTE BLACK VOLTAGE HE IGHT
LTI.GR OOVE D IAIMETER
BLACK BEIGE folu
IN.
BAFF LE *
t!'lCX. M
CONE * CONE

33420-A2 3342t}47 33420-A8 120V 100w A-23 26" 24tr, 9'/",


8%,
33421-A2 33421-Al 33421-48 277V Mercury (Coated )

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Hish erriciencv, low{riehtness ELECTRICAL: Porcelaln socket-medium base. Nickel plated
downlight. Utilizes Alzak Ieflectq and efficiency, long'life, coated screw shell. Pre,tired comp ete with leads to 4' x 31,r" x 2"
mercury lamp to provide widesptead, soft€dged beam. 500 visual cut' ]unction box, 14 ga. steel. U'L. listed for through branch cilcLlit
off to lamp. Choice of specular black Alzak or matte beige aperture
wiring with fiaximum of (8) No. 12, 75oC supp y conductors
(4 in - 4 outl, or 600C conductors foI end of Iun. Ballast: Constalrt
cone or Multi-Groove baffle. Baliast'spllce bcx assembly, sLlppotted
by mounting fiame, ls isolated from fixture housing, whlch reduces wattage a!totransformer typ€, H.P-F.; encased and fllled, attached
permit s plice box.
ballast noise and prevents heat bLllld-up. Quick{elease hooks
assembly to be removed for selviclng. FINISH: n I painted finishes baked enarnel.
* lncandescent units which rnatch the apert!{e appearafce of H.l.D. 0PTI0NAL: Auxiliary lighting svstem for temporarv H.1.0' lamp
Lrliis are ava ilab le. outage. See Lightolier Specificatlon Sheet AUX/SUP.
ACCESS0RY:sloped ce lins adaptel. see Lightolier specification
[,'IECHANICAL: Prov ded with (4) l6 Sa steelmountLng brackets: sheet 7920.
also suitable for use with standard 34" and 1li' lathlng channels PAT EN TS: No. 3,040,172.
(by others). Fixture should be supported by maln IUnner or pur ln
channe l.
LABELS: U.L. (s!ltable for damp locat oi)i l.B.E.w.; c.s.A'
28
.R@I SURFACE REfLECTTiCE

\ tt
urlo- r{ftlrdl- rorrt.tlt. jo€
uno- 5{E[fidi- hlt.rl iho!.

ii{ l-
)Q rl0

30
x -\-_
.-- -f---t---
";....t..-
Rdn ioL. Rliixtim c4fii€irdi:

'r 5 5 7 8 I l0 lt 12

i 'i-his quick col.ulotot chad dere.Dines rhe DUnlGt ond sPo'ins ol


lOO llan A.23 onits with beige cone lot onv level of illuninotion ond
rh. dssocioted noise /evel. Due to voriotiots bctween 50/losrs,
Noise Crire.io roiinss ore occurore to +3.
Lishtins Convetsion Focror: l00W A-23 (Block Cone/lluhi'Gtoove)'
F.C. , O 9.

S PAC ING RATIO - 1.I

r\DElrD\rrlji\-T Tl]STING l,rll0AATOnl8S. INC-

!o*on : r/3"

)0

i,T.L. Reporr No. 19355C. Tl'e3e coefftciedts were conPuted bv the


Zonot-Cdvity /'{ethod, 1.E.S. Recommended Proctice, ond prapored
,t ftom the <ondl.powet disttibution doto siven in lndePe'detr fesrrtg
Loboroto.tes Rcport No. 19355, dot.d 6/26/75' o"d ore bosed on o
I 20% Floot Cdvity Ref/ectonce.

" i.:'^":..,:".i"""'
I

't-'

'1

convers,o' Focror: 100w A-23(Btock Cone /ituh i.Gtooee t' C.U. x o.9. l.lGl'lT0l-llil? zs
OPEN ELLIPSOIDAL DOWNLIGHT This luminaite is available lor use with
70W (E-23% 0I BT-25),100W (E-23% or BT-25)
and 150W (55V. E-23% or 8T"25)
High Pressure Sodium !amps (c0ated).

Consult Factory.

Specular Gold Alzak Cone Specular Black Alzak Cone firnr

Ivlatte Beige cone Black N,lu ti Groove Baffle

SOcKET HOUSIN6: Dle-cost BALLAST RETAIN'NG HOAKS Q)


otuninun. Destgned (or ef{ective fiedt

REFLECTORi SPccu
ALZAK @ otuninon, l6 so
lor < leor
L,,r"--
* LAMP GUARD: For retolhatide MU LT l-GRAOV E B AFF LE : One-piece
tonp only. Hedntesistont sloss seonless oluninun. Shotply detoiled
Guotd rcquiled by lonp nonotacturer. concentic rinss, opticol blo.k {inish.
ll'otte whne {lanse.

6ALLAST.SPL/C6 BOX
JUNC']ON AOX ASSE aLYr Locked by
rerotntng 6ooks to mou,ting
MOUNTING ARA CKEIS ione, Conplcte ossenbly
occessibie from be /ow.

li
rr;'r^1in.-2's'r d,. :
APERTURE CONE:
T-Alonlnun, " 15 so. s'/,u"
MOUNIrNG FRArlEi Di.-formed
95/s\\Dio.
,1orte Selse finish or ALZAK@ oluninun D io.
ln specolot sold or saculot block onodized
(treot'ed to provide U,V. rcsistont' non-{odins 11'\ Dio.
{inish). l oie whne {lonqe.

]ATAL OG NO. RECESSED


S PECU LAF SPEC U LAR SPEC U LAR IMATTE IVULT I. VOLT - H OUS ING WIDTH RECESSED
]LEAR G OLD BLACK BE IGE GROOVE AGE DIAI\4ETER HE IGHT
tN.
:ONE t CONE t CON E I CONE BAF FLE T [4AX. tv

33424-40 33424-Ar 33{24-A2 33424-A7 33{24-48 t20v 175W E-28, BT-28


33425-A0 3342$At 3:t42$A2 3342tAt 3342$A8 27 7V lVercury (C oated )

33426-A0 33{26-Ar 33426-A2 3:t426-47 33426-A8 120V 250W E-28,8T-28


3342I-A0 33427-Al 33427-42 33421-A7 33427-A8 27 7V Mercury (Coated) IO )A, 27\, 26' 15'
33454-A0 33454-41 3345+A2 33454-Al 33454-A8 120v 175W E-28, BT-28
3345SA0 33{5$Al 33{5$A2 3345S47 3345SA8 277V l\4etal H alide i'( Coated )

33456-A0 33456-Al 33456-42 33456-At 33456-A8 120v 250W BT-28


57-A0 33457-Al 33/157-42 3:t/157-A7 33457-48 ?17V Metal H alide'! ( Coated

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Hlsh eiriclencv, low-br iehtness ELECTRiCAL: Porcelaln socket-nrosLrl base, Nickel plated
dov/n light, Utilizes Alzak reflector and efficient, long-life, coated screw shelL. Fie-wired complete with leads to 4' x 3l{" x 2"
mercury lamps or coated metal halide lamps to plovide widespread, junction box, 14 ga. steel. U.L. listed for through branch c rcuit
soft-edged beam. Minimurn of 55o visual cut'off to lamp and lamp wrrng with maxim!m of (B) No. 12, 750 C supply conductors
image in reflector. Choice of ap€Iture cones; or baff Bal ast-splice e {4 in - 4 out), or 600C conductors fol efd of Iun. BalLast: Encased
box assernbly, supported by mounting fIame, is isolated from fixture and filled, attached splice box. lvlercuty-Constani wattage auto.
housing, which reduces ballast noise and prevents heat build'up' transf or mer type, H. P.F.; lyletai Ha I ide . Lead pea ked autotransf or ner
QuickJelease hooks permit assembly to be removed for setvicing. type, H.P,F.
tlncandescent units which nlatch lhe apertLrre appearance of H.l.D. 0PTI0NAL: Auxi iary lght ng system fo temporary H..D.iamp
Ltn ts are available. outage. 5ee Lightolier Sp€clficat on Sheet AUX/SUP.
FINISH: ntt painted fLnishes baked enamel. ACCESS0RY:sloped ce lng adapter. see Lghto er Specrfrcatron
M EC HAN I CA L: Prov ith (4) l6 ga. stee I mounting brackets;
ded w Sheet 7920.
also s! tab e for use with standard l; and 1l'2' lathing channels (by PATENTS : No. 3,040,172.
othersl.Complete hous ng mlst be installed before ceLling rs f n shed-
FixtLre should be supported by rna n Iunner ot put in channei'
LABELS: U.L. lsuitable for danrp Location); i.B.E.w.; c.S.A.

30
M ERCURY LAMP (COATED] METAL HALIDE LAMP (COAT ED)

R^rro- r(h.iidd,- 0rtr3.Hi rhoE wl pLr)


5(h.ridh- ? r h3. Hr. rhoE rck
5 hs' Hl :bo[ ldr p {d ovrn uno - lolftn. iidii - f,r. il{. &r *l da)

)0 ..r5 cirri.0.6 fdlr {l Fl.i

I 9 l0 | l2 13 8 9 r0 rl 12 ll

fhis quick colculotat chott derermines rhe nonbe. dnd sPocins al This quick .olculotot chod dererdites the nunber ond spocins of
250 Wott E-28 units with cledr cone fq any l.vel o{ illotuinotian dnd 175 Wdtt BT-28 un'rs witl c/eor cone {or any level o{ illuninotion ond
the ossocioted no,se /eve/ fot eithet 175 llan or 250 Woit units. Due the osso.idred no,se /evel for eirher 175 \ dtt or 250 vlott units. Due
to vdridt'lons berween 6ol/osrs, Notse cr,rerio rctinss ote oc.utote ro voriotions 5et@en bdlldsrs, No;se Criterto totings dte oc.ltote
to 13.
Lishtins Canvetsian Foctors: Gold Cone, 175Wi F.C. x 4.7, 250W; L'ghting Conversion Foctors: Gold Cone, 175\'l; F.C. x 4,95, 250||;
F.C. x 0.95.8eiee Cone, 175v/; F.C. t 0.6.250Vtt F.C. x 085. A/ock F.C. x 1.4. Eeiee Cone, 175Wi F.C. x 0.85,25Aw; F.C. x 1.25. Block
Cone/Malti-Groove. 115\'t; F.C. x 0.55,250w; F.C. x 4.75. Cone/Muhi-Groove, 175w; F.C. x 0,8, 25011; F.C. x 1.15.
SPACING RATIO = 1.4 SPACING RATIO " 1.45

G.or*"aortr rEsrrrG rBolr.troRlBs. rs(. rl Drirrt:\llti\T TD\Tl\l; l,llllrlt tT()llll:s. llta '
a
..-
"+-
r.

lii!""$ii""

)ff

wt+J^l_ Alta,.4
l.T.L. Repdr No. 11775C. These coetficients \|ere <onput.d by the LI.L. Report No. 17777C, Ihese ceftic,ents were conPuted bv the
Zonol.Covity Merhod, l.E.S, Recomnended Prc.ti.e and PrcPoted Zond!.Cdvity erhod, J.E.5. Recomrended Prcctice, dnd PtePoted
fton the condlepower disttibution dotd siven in Independenr fest'ins frcn rhe .ondlep*et disttibotion doto given in lnd.pendont Tesring
Lobororories R€port No. 17775, doted 4/8/74, dnd ore bosed on o Lobororories Repoa No. 17777, doted 8/7/74' ond ore bosed on o
Fl.ot Cov ity Rel/ectonce. 20% Floot Covity Reflectonce.

i1i:
rl
' I.i t
]L

)-Q
il io. Fd.t6.< {ot 175W 2501/: Gold Cone: C.U. x 0.95; Be Convers,or Focfors for 175\tr' ond 250tv:Gold Cone:C.U. x O.95; Beise
: C.U. r 0.85; Alo.k Cone/t'auhi-Goo"e: C.U. v 0.75. Cone: C.U. x 0.85; Block Cone /M! lt i-Gftave: C.U' x 0.8.

l-lGt.tT0l-llit?
REGRESSED LENSLITE This luminaire is available lor use with
10W lE-231/, ot 81-25),100W (E-23% 0r BT-25)
and 150W (55V. E 231/, ot 81'25)
High Pressure Sodium lamps (coated).

Consult Factory.
|'hr

SOC(ET HOUSIN6: Dic-cosr BALLAsT RETA IN/NG HOOKS (2)


oluninun. D.s isncd fot.ffc.tive

REFLECTORT Semi-specu/or
ALZAK @ i6 qo.
"t"-i"u^
c leor
1,,,)
CONCEALED
S PR ING 'ORSIONI/TE

PR/S/,{Aric LENS: 11%tt Dio. EALLAST.SPLICE 80X


Resressed 2\a't trcn ceilinq line.
A55E,9aLY: Loc ked bY
rero ining hooks to nounting
JUNCTION BOX frome. Conple;e ossemblY
occcss,l/e from below.
A,IOUNI/N6 ARACKEIs
-
}

t1/^" hi,. - 2'/^' M",.


MOUNTING FRAME: Die"forned

12'i Dio.---)
DIT-CA5 I FfVFRSISLE IPII'I FRALiE:
Di E.CAsT LENS sEZE FIush l2Yrtt Dio. prov,des overropp,ng tttF ta. d,y.etttnss
,llorte whir. fin ish. or con 5e reversed on rhe iob ds f/onq.less
o"ertop 131/$" Dio. plostet (rcne. lAott. whne {inish.

RECESSED W IDTH
HOUS ING RECESSED
CATALOG NO. VO LTAGE T
D IAMETER t\,lAX - t\,ltN , HE IGH

33612- EB t20v r00..l// E-23t1, BT-25


336Xt-EB 277V l\rlerc ury (Coated)
33614-EB 120V t75W E-28, BT-28
336lSEB 211V Mercury (Coated )

33616-EB 120V 250W E-28, BT-28


13' 26' 24 ti" 13 i,. ,

33617- EB 277V L,lercury (C oated )

33644-EB 120V 175W E-28, BT-28


33645-EB 271U Meial Halide (coated )

33646-EB 120V 250W E-28, BT-28


33647-EB ?77V Metal Halide (Coated )

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Low brishtness downlight which ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-mogul base. Nickel plated
uses efficient,long-life.coated mercury lamps or coated metal halide screw shell. Pre-wired complete with leads to 4" x 3y2' x 2"
lamps to provide a nedium,soft€dged beam. Prismatic lens redilects junction box, 14 ga, steel. U.L. listed for through branch circuit
and diffuses the light, filtering out the high-angle glare component. witing t!ith maximurn of (8) No. 12, 750C supply conductors
L€ns is regressed in a deep bezel, shieldinE the light source. Con- (4 in - 4 out), or 600C conductors for end of run. Ballast: Encased
cealed Torsiontite springs hold lens bezel sn!8ly within trim flarne. and filled, attached splice box. l$ercury--Constant wattage auto-
Ballast-splice box assernbly, supported by mounting flame,is isolated transforrrPr type, H.P.F.; lvleta I haLide--L!ad peaked autotrans.
from fixture housing, which leduces ballast noise and prevents heat formel type, H,P.F.
built-up. Quick{elease hooks perrnit assembly to be rernoved for
0PTIONAL: Auxiljary Lighting svstem for tenporarv H.l.D. lamp
servlc ing. outage. (not available fq 250W units)' See Lightoliet Specification
Sheet AUX/SUP.
FINISH: Allpairted finishes baked enamel
ACCESS0RY: sLoped ceil ng adapler- see Lrghtolier spec f cat on
MECHANICAL: Provided with(4) 16 ga. steel mounting blackets: Sheet 7920.
also sLtitabl€ for ri
use wlth standard and 1l?" lathing channels
PATENTS: No. 2,es8,s11.
(by others). Fixt!re should be suppolted by main runner or p!t in
c ha nne l- LABELS: U.L. (suitable for damp location); lB.E.w; C S.A.

32

t
MERCURY LAMP (COAT EO) METAL HALIDE LAMP (COAT EO)

io(,r grFLE iEFLEctI,rEs, &1

i@{c vlrY i io. (n^ndd,. rorlrr lr. r.'. rr 75- . r(en iid$. trrnt & &*rrr,
ioorc vr i no- e(rrlldd- rrn.lr. |hq rr dn) ' t(erfrdi- r!nr nr. idr wr d'

tn
qvrY irrE - ro(fttr rdd - rt, }l. id. wr p n ) 50

25

00
$\ : (tu. i rd - ltr
r0

t.-!*"! *"*
i
I
'ri.
lh4. d rrn)

065 C.llriti 0.05 rnrr&d Fcq


\
:-=-:

?00

t0 rl u55 7 8 9 t0 12 13 r\
'r5 6 7 8 9 12 '. r'r t5 15

This suick cdlculotat chott datcrDines thc nunbcr ond spacins o{ Thts qutck colculotor chort derernines rhe nunber ond spocins of
175 Wotr E-28 units {ot dny leeel o{ illunindtioh ({o. 100 Wott units, 175 vlort BT-28 units fo ony level of illuninotion (fot 25O Vld units,
nultiply f.c. by O,si far 250 Wot| units, nultiply {.c. hy 1,5) ond the huhiply f.c. by l.5)ond ihe ossoctored noise level {otenhet175Wdt't
ossocidred noise leve/ tor elrie. 100 Wott, 175 Wott ot 25O Wdti units, at 25O lldtt units. Doe to vdtidtians berween bollosfs, Noise Crrerto
Due to votiotlons bet||een bollost, Noise CtirerJo rctlnss orc roiinqs ore oc.urote ro 1 3.

SPACING RATIO = 1.0 SPACING RATIO = 1.0

ll-1-,...3*r*r*_'oD\TTEsrr-\-'or,ABo..ilronrrs.rr-(. I trttr;*r,at r,ar r]:srrlr, r. t*olr.rronrf,\. r\r'.


II Itr-

)n

.kla,xq^-^,",,

,.I.L. Repo.t No. 15868C. Ihese coefjicienrs we.e


Zonol-Covity r''terhod, /.E.S. Recommnded Prc.tice, ond prepoted Zonol-Covity ,tlethod, 1.E.5. RecoDdEnded Ptoctice, ond pepored
{rcn rhc condlepo\|et distrihuti'n dotd given in lddependent festi'9 from rlre condlepower disttibotion dato siveh in lndependent Testing
Loborotories Repod No. 15867, dot.d 1l/A/72' ond ore Sosed on o L,borotories Report No. 75868, doted 1l/8/72, ond ore Sosed on o
2A% Fbat Co!ity Ref/ectonce. 20% Floor Covity Reflecroncc.

'"i::'.:r."i'""" I

;:

)l'f :l

l.ii
Cdnversion Fd.tors: 1N Wott dnd 2sA V./di: C. Conversion Foctor: 250 Wottl C.U.'s t ].0.

r-r(it'tT()t-ilit? 33
WALLWASHER

rDt

Specular Clear Specular Gold Specular Black N,4 atte Belge


Alzak Cone Alzak Cone Alzak Cone Con -.

EALLAST RE TA ]N/NG HOOKS (2) I ACKING DEV ICE:


Steele!,d€ ri'!9 <dn
HOUSINGi A/um'.uo, l6 6e rorored 350' ond
lock€d tn pos ition
RFFLECfORi Scmi-sp.culo' CONCEALED TORSiONIiIF olt.t instolldtion lo
aLZAK@ oteninun, 16 5PR]NGS dss ure pos itive o/i9n_
ment o, op€rture cone

ACCESS DOOR: For occess

SPRING LOADED LATCHES (3): AALLAST.SPLlCE BAX


Penit Enovdl ol housi.g tor dccess A55€rVaLY: Locked by
to splices and/ot roP reroining hooks to tuountins
frome. Comp/ere ossemb/y
J UNCTION BO occess i6le froD be/ow.

A4OUNTING BRA CKEIS

@t
rL/s" Mi^. - 2t/s" t ax.

MoUNLNG F RAlt'E: Die-lorned


AP€RIURE CONE: Aluninun' 16 so'
Morte beige tinish ot ALZAK6') oluninon
in sDe.utor bloc\ o, specttor qold onodtzed
k,elrcd ro p,"";d" U.v. 'es'sto , Aa"'lod:rc
finish) or seculor cleot. Motte |9hite (lonse'

RECESSED
CATALOG NO. WIDTH
H OUS ING RECESSED
PECIJLAR SPECULAR SPECULAR lvlATT E VOLTAGE
S
DIAMETER HE IGHT
CLEAR GOLO BLAC K BE IGE
iIAX MIN.
CONE *
-
+ CONE
CONE + CON E
3S12-A0 339r2-Ar 33S12-42 339r2-47 120V i00w R-40
[,lercury (C oated )
3391$A0 33313-Ar 339r3-A2 33913-A7 277V 13 )q' 27\' 26' 15'
33914'A0 33914-At 33914-A2 339r4-Al 120V 175W R-40
33915-A0 33915-At 33915-A2 339tSA7 27 7V lvlercury (Coated )

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Low-brishtness wall washer' ELECTRICAL: Porcela n socket-medium base Nickel plated
Semi-specular Alzak leflectot, acting together with heat-resistant screw shell. Pre-wired complete with leads to 4' x 3l/2" x 2'
junction box, 14 ga. steel. U L. listed foI through branch circuit
s ead tens, functions with efficient, long_life, coated rnelcury R
lamps to illuminate veltical surfaces up to ceiling line srnoothly wiring with maximum of (8) No. l2' 750C supply conductot3
(4 in - 4 out), or 600C for end of lun. Ballast: Constant wattage
and evenly without scallops. Concealed Torsiontite springs seclre
autotransfolmel type, H.P F.; encased and filled, attached splice
ape!ture cone{etainet assembly in trim flame after instaLlation and
box.
for relamping. Ballast-splice box assembly, suppo.ted by mo!nting
fram€, is isolated.ftorn fixtule housinS, which reduces ballast noise
and prevents heat build_up. Quick.release hooks permit assembly to FINISH: nttpainted finishes baked enamel.
be removed for servicing.
* lncandescent units which match the aperture appeatance of H lD. MEC HAN ICA L: Provlded wlth {4) l6 ga. steelmount ng brackets;
units are ava ilab le. also suitable for use wlth standard tl' and i12" lathing chainelslby
others).Complete ho!s ng must be lnstalled before celLing s f nished'
LABELS: U.L. (suitable for damp locatlon); l.B E w.; c.s A' Fixture should be supported by main runner or p!t in channel

34
EXAMPLE: With multiple units, using 175 Watt lanps,
located 3' from wall and.3' on center, the illumination on wall
l
3'down from ceiling is 49 footcandles and the illuflination on
wall3'down from ceiling between units is 52 footcandles.

tq il
;) I
p
Footcandle values are averaged and rounded off and tables aie
based on a minlmum of f ve !nits. For fixture-to-wall distances,
other than those shown,!se maxlmurn of ltolspacing(distance
between flxtures : dlstance to wall) for best. Iesults.

175W R.4O (FOR IOOW R.4O MULTIPLY DATA BELOW BY 0.5)

FOOTCANDLES ON WALL FROM MULTIPLE UNITS FOOTCANDLES ON WALL FROM SINGLE UNIT
UNITS 2 FEET D]S-IANCE TO S IDE OF UNJT (FE E T)
r234s6
1 50 36 10 321
2 55 43 18 732
F
!- 77 82 71 s3 58 53 33 31 188 422r
d
3
4 56 60 56 42 40 42 22 19 13 8 4 3 2l
z 5 39 44 39 31 30 13 12 914321
J 6 30 30 30 22 24 88 75422r
!!l
1 24 24 24 l8 19
o 8 19 20 19 15 16
9 18 14 14 13 44 3322
!- 10 14 1? 11 12 33 3222
!J
() 9 11 I 3332221
z 11 13 14 13
t2 11 14 11 9 11 9 3322221
F
2 10 r0 I0 B 2222
rzl 10 10 l0 8 2222
UNITS 3 FEET FROM WALL
D]STANCE TO SIDE OF I]NI-T (FEET)
23456
14
1
2 29 24 157 3 2
F 17 95
3 27 25
d 4 18 18 14953 2

IJ 5 13 13 11 85
E
6 99 9 75
o 7 21 21 2l 17 16 17 776543 22
o 8 17 18 17 15 14 15 565443 22
tLL 9 16 15 16 12 12 T2 454 43222
ul 10 14 14 14 !2 10 12 443 33222
o
z 11 rr 12 11 9 10 9 33322 221
F 12 11 11 11 9 10 9 33322 221
? 11 11 11 9 8 332 2221
8 10 8 6 6 222 ?211
UN IT5 4 FEET FROM WALL
DlSTANCE TO SIOE OF UNIT iFEET)
23456
1 2 111
2 4 3211
f- 74
3
d 4 85
)
= 5 13 13 11 85432
6 10 10 9 75432
o 1 20 20 20 14 14 14 88765
z
o 8 16 16 16 12 12 12 66654
E 9 5544
TL
10 4444
z 11 11 10 33
F 12 9 10 33 332222
I 13 23222 222
22222 221
WALL WASHER/DOWNLIGHT

6l!

Specu ar Clear Alzak SpPcLrlrrGodAz]k

RFFLECTOR/HOUSIN G: ALZ AK@


SOCKE7 HOUSING: Di.'.ost aluninun'
D.5 isn.d tot .tt.ctiv. h.ot d is s ipot ion'
otuninun, 15 so. SPeculor clcor or
spcculor sold, to notch ordurc 'o"''
DOwNLIGHT REFLFCIORT Specu/or
clcor or spcculor sold Alzok. Opcnins in
rcltcctor (os sccn fron woll) parnits
(2)
rcllcaorkousing to P.r{otn os woll AALLASI R€IA INJNG HOAKS
ToP Vi'w
wosher. lAoy bc rcoti.ht.d dnd lockcd
dftet tixtu?. is instoll.d.
(Acccss ory: R. { l. ctol w it hout s tdc BALLAST.SPLICE BOX
opcnins is ovoilobl. ta cont. edll ASSEfiALY: Lo< ked 6Y
||osh.t to downlisht oaly' reioin'ng Aooks to nauntin9
RETA,N/N6 CLtP: SihPlili.s rcnovdl lrone. Conplete ossenblY
ol rclt.ctot/houstns lu insPcctio^ o^d d..essibie lrom be/ow.

JUNCTION BOX
AlOUNIING ARA CKEII

t" t in. - 2tL" Mo'.


1- 6Flr
7t/^" Di". -l MOUNT/NG FRAME: Drc'f ored
I tush uvertdq
RING: Dl.'cost
o/umlnum. Provldcs {i onsc less
^IOUNTING MOLO€D tR/il RING r

ttln ln Pldst.t .elling. Prcr iaes ninin!n.width


llonsed rrin in dty ..ilins.
oy o/so 5. used in plostct
ce ilins. Whit. t in ish,

CATALOG NO. RECESSED WIDTH

I00w A-23
Mercury (Coated )
AccEssoRY: Downlight reflector without side opening, to convert
any Wall Washer to downlight only application.

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Low+rishtness wall washer/ ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket'medlum base' N ckel plated
screw shell, Pre_w red complete with leads to 4 ' 3t2 x
2
downlight. Utilizes efficient, long-life, coated melcuty lamps to junction box, 14 ga. steel. U.L. listed for through branch circu t
orovide- smootn, unscalloped vertical sulface illumination
togerhel
characteristlcs of the A'lamp open reflector down- wiring with maxifium of (8) No. 12, 750 C supply conductors
with downlight
leflector which cmverts any (4 in - 4 o!t), or 600C conductols for end olrun Ba ast: Constant
ligtrt, An optional accesso!y downlight
wattage autotransforl'ier type, H.P.F ; encased and filled'
attached
wattwashet to downlight applicatlon is available'
splice box.
* lncandescent units which match the aperture appea!ance of H'l'D'
units ae availab le.

F lN ISH: ett painted f n shes baked enarne L.


ga' steel rnolnting brackets;
MECHAN ICA L: Provided with (4) 16
,i.o suitaute for use with standard 14' and 112' lathing channeLs (by
is finished'
others),Complete housing must be installed before cerling IBEw CSA'
or purlin channel' LABELS: U.1,. (surtable for damp locatronl;
Fixture sho!ld be supported by main runnel
36
EXAI\4PLE: With multiple c lear
cone uniis located 4t from the
wall and 8r on center (matching
downlights 8' on center) the
lllumination on the wall 3l
ceiling is 17f.c.
down frorn the
beneath fixtLrres and 11f.c,
between fixtures.

FOOTCANDLES ON WALL FROM MULTIPLE UNITS _ CLEAR CONE, 1OOW A-23 MERCURY (COATED)
UX ITS 2 FEE']
2t F-_4' __
Fr 61 70 67 50 44 50 45 28 45
"-) M9284 65 54 65 59 32 59
90 102 90 64 71 64 55 41 55
-4 80 87 80 54 62 54 41 46 4l
. 65 67 45 46 35 39
o: 50 48
65
50 34 39
45
34 28 30
35
28
o7 3t 42 37 28 30 28 22 25 22
30 34 30 24 21 24 2A 21 2A

25 20 24 20 18 L9 18
z 1a 2\ 18 22 18 17 16 11

'- lr t8 22 t8 11 19 17 15 i5 15
6\? 17 19 17 15 18 15 15 14 15

UNITS 3 FEET FROM WALL


6l
-4!|F5'
[1 29 32 29 24 24 24 21 18 21 20 13 20
-2 37 39 31 30 29 30 27 21 27 25 16 25
43 43 43 36 30 36 32 22 32 30
14 46 49 46 37 37 37 32 21 32 31 2I 31
9ls 46 48 46 32 38 32 21 32 21 25 26 25
:6 ?5 29 25
Oj 35 38 28 29 28 22 25 22 18 22 18

)0
35
Ee 31 33 31 25 26 25 2A 22 2A 17 19 11

3g
z 10
21
24
29
2e,
27
24
23
22
23
2D
23
22
17
16
19
17
17
16
16
14
16
15
16
14
flir 21 23 2l i9 t8 i9 14 16 14 t3 14 13

312 19 2l 19 17 16 11 13 15 13 12 13 12

UNITs d FEET FROM WALL


7t

Ir t9
23
20
24
1S
23
16
19
16
19
16
19
14
18
13
l5
I4
18
la
L5
11
lr
ld
16
3
16
I
l0
1.
16

=3
25
28
26
29
25 21
25
21
22
2l 19
22
18
l8
19 l8
20
14
t5
18 rur
19
LLU
12
u.z.t
lq 28 25 22 2A l9
o5 30 32 30 25 25 25 23 2A 23 21 16 2\ 20 13 20
?1 23 2l 18 16 18 17 15 17

!-8 21 29 27 22 25 22 l8 2T 18 16 16 16 15 15 15
2e, 27 26 2t 23 2l 18 20 l8 14 lb 14 ll i) li
o9 24 25 24 20 2i 20 17 18 l1 14 15 14 T2 14 12

o= 10 22 23 22 28 19 28 16 16 16 13 14 13 t2 13 12

;11 2t 21 2l t6 18 16 15 15 15 12 13 \2 11 tl 11
a12 19 18 19 15 16 15 13 14 13 11 1t 11 1I t0 11

Footcandle values are averaged and rounded ofi and are based on a nrinimum of f ve un is. For 1oot A-23 units with go d cone, mu tiply
F.C. by 0.9.

COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION

L
,.,,t", I

)Q
DOVJNLIGHT SPAC ING
Floar Coltty Re{le.ton€.' 2W"
use maximum of 2 to I RATIO = 1.05
Ft l00W A-23 lntts whh sold cone' nuhlply C.U.'s by 0.9.
spacing (d stance between
fixture : distance to wall).
WALL WASHER/DOWNLIGHT This luminaire is available lor use wilh
70W (E-23% 0r BT-25),100W (E-23% 0r Br-25)
and 150W (55V. t'231/, ot BI'25|
High Pressure S0dium lamps (coaled).

Consult Faclory.
@r
Specular Clear A zak Specular Gold Alzak

REF LEcTOR/HAUSING' ALzA( O


oluninun, 16 so. Spccolor cleor or
SOC/(ET HOUSiNG' Die.<ost' d1!ninum'
Des isned {ot.{lc.tiv. Aedt dissipotton.
.A
l-ft- -l - .
speculor qold, ro aorch operrure cone.
AALLASI RFTA/NI NG HOOKS Q}
*lrl i
I ztv, -
T.p Vice
DOWN LIGHT REFLECTOR: Specu/or
cleor or specolor sold Alzok. Openins in REIA/N/NG CLIP: Simpli{ies rcmovdl
rcll..1ot (os seen trcd woll) pe.nits of rc{lectot/housina {or inspe.ttan dnd
rcllector/housins to pe-lotn ds ||dll
woslrer. Moy 6e rco.iented oltet
lixture is instdlled. AA LLAST.SPLi CE AOX
ASSEA1B LY: Locked 5y
rctoining hoak ta no!nrins
frome. Comp/ere ossemE l).,
J UNCT/ON AOX occess ib Je frod beiow.

MOUNTING BRA CKFTS

i" l"in, - 2'/"" M"'.

FRAMET Die-fo,ned
@(
* LAI{P GUARD: Fot retol holide
^1OUNI/NG
/oDp only. Hedt-resistdDt g los s.
hy lonP Nnu(o.t!rcL
l. - -. ro:.i'Di".
Goord required

CATALOG NO.
VOLTAGE
HouslNc I REcESSED wtDTH I RECESSE
SFECULAR DIAMETER I ^r^Y I urnr I HEIGHT

175tV E-28, BT-28


Mercury (Coated )
250W E-28, BT-28
Mercury (Coated )
t75W E-28, BT-28
Metal Ha lide*(Coated )

250W E-28, BT-28


Itieial Halide * (Coated)

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Low+rightness wall washer/ ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-mogul base. Nickel plated
downlight. Utilizes efficient, long"life, coated mercuty lamps and screw shell. Re-wired complete with leads lo 4" x 3th' x 2"
coated metal haiide lamps to provide smooth, unscalloped vertical lunction box, 14 ga. steel. U.L. listed for through branch circuit
s!rface illumination together with downliShting character istics of the wiring with maximum of (8) No. 12, 75oC supply conductors
E-lamp open reflecto( downlight. Ballastaplice box assembly, (4 in - 4 out), or 600C conductors for end of run. Ballast: Encased
supported by mounting frame, ls isolated frorn fixture housing, which and filled, attached splice box. Ivlercury _ _Constant wattage auto-
reduces ballast noise and prevents heat build_up. Qtrick{elease transformer type, H.P.F.; ['4eta I Halide_-L€ad peaked autotra nsformer
hooks per-rt asspnbly to be emoved lq selvicing. type, H.P.F.

6At
MECHANICAL: Prov ded with (4) l6 ga. steel mountrng brackets; FINISH: ltt painted finishes baked enamel.
also suitable for use wrth standard l.,j' and lli lath ng channels (by
others).Complete hous ng mustbe insta led before ce lng is f nished.
Flxture should be supported by main runner or pur in channel LABELS: u.L. (suitable for damp locatLon); l.B.E w.; c.s.A.

38
EXAMPLE: With mu ltiPle cleal
cone uniis, using 250W E-28
librcury (Coated) lamps, located
5r frorn the wall and 10r on
center (matching downlights 10i
on center), the illunination on
the v/all3r down fiom the ceiling
is 3B f.c. beneath fixtures and
23 f.c. between f ixtures.

FOOTCANDLES ON |'vALL FR OIII MU LTIP LE UNITS _ CLEAR CONE, 25OI/ E.28 MERCURV (COATED)
3 FEET FROM WALL

837783 54 69 39 69 18 67
/ t06 lt7 102 75 102 93 59 93 88 40 88
! 107 |4 l 100
= a5
124 t25 124 86 73
t6 t05 t08 71 63

87 96 81 72 18 72 59 67 59 53 50 53
I 75 80 75 65 65 65 54 57 54 47 4A 47

9 62 6A 62 55 59 55 47 50 47 41 42 1l
10 55 63 55 51 53 51 13 47 43 38 39 38

F 39 43 39 34 ?7
tl 50 56 50 46 48 46
36 32 31 !4
12 ii it as l:44 43 36 4a 32

t3 tt AJ ao 37 41 37 33 36 33 29 3l 29
35 4t 35 33 36 33 30 32 30 27 27 ?J

IINITS ! FEET FROM WALL

t-1 46 45 46 41 36 4t 38 29 38 36

85 82 86 7A6278'248/2b ,5 ', -0
64
95 100 95 8- 80 e. b\ 4i 67

!l 95 95
85 92
95
85
80 79 80
73
69 67
64 63
62
55
58
55
58
49
45

Ez aiy, li :: (i ;;;6;;;647 ilitiE iils4l


)c f16
6 ll
l2
63
s7
52
qt
64 63
59 57
53 52
qg qt
52 54
c8 io
42 46 42
39 41 39
52
rg
46 qs 46
qt
37 42
34 36
4i
37
34
40
36
39
36
33
,9
40
36
36
33
34
3l

l3 41 44 41 35 37 30
14 35 38 36 31 32 28

UNITS 5 FEET FROM WAL!

I 31 33 3A 27 25 2A
2 51 53
= 3 s7 55 57 51 46 5i 46 38 46 42 32 42 40 27 40
i 49 34 47 27
7l 56 50 52 41 52 49
40 32
47
5
6 50 50 45 43 45 42 37 42 40

69 64 56 48 48 43 43 43 35 33 35
7
8 39 39 3i 31 3l
55 56 55 48 38 34 34 30
10
9
s0 s3 50 35 32 32
11
12 42 33 31 28 31 30 26 30 23 23 23

13 33 29 29
25 26

F."t.."dte ""!"", "t..".,dqrA.nd rcsnd.d .ti dnd o tve unts. Convers'on Foct6's:250W Lnns w,tAgold.one,
^\.t.uy
F-c. x A.90, 175w t!tc",y lnits: .t.o' corc, F.C- ' O.7O; q"ld .""e, F.C. x A.65- t75w ii"tol Hol'de u.rsi c,ed/ con.: F,C. , 1 15; sold ca"e,

CANDLEPOWER DISTRIBUTION COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION


l
';Ji:
,l ",1'
rl:::;:l

)Q
WA LL WASH S ID L D OWN LIG HT S IDE
:',1:::
rloa. Cavity RelleLtoa-. - 2dr.
For even wallwashing DOWNLIGHT SPACING
Fot 175W ond 25AW Met.oy ond ltetal Holide, c/eor con€i C.U.t x 1.0.
1
use maximLrm of 2 to RAIIO = 1.4
For 175'tt ond 250W Metcu.y ond A4etol Halide' sold cone: C.U.'sx0.9,
spac ing jstance betweef
(d
fixtlre + distance to wall).
12" x12" MODULAR 12" x12" MODULAR This luminaire is available lor use wilh
PARABOLIC LOUVER REGRESSED LENSLITE 70W (E-23% or BT-25),100W (E-23% or BT-25)
and 150W (55V. E-231/z or Bl-25)
High Pressure Sodium lamps (coaled).

Consull Faclory.
sr

REFL€C70Rr Scmi-specu/or
'T
ALZAK@ dluhinun, l6 so, FaF5rEL L-ENs, to',' 50.
CONCEAL€D TORSIONTITE R"q,"'."d l'." tlom .e tlids
SPR]N65
DJE-CAsr FRAAIEi F,s in
lZ x tZ ttte <e'r'Dq oP€nrn9l
providcs llush ttih in Pldst.t,
l1of. b/dci f,nish on louver AALLAS' REIA/N]NG HOAKS (2)
!.n; notte \|hite linish an

J UNCTION AOX BALLAST.SPLICE BOX


MOUNTING ARA CKETS ASSE,+1ALY j Locked 6v
retotning hoo*s t'o notnting
trcn., Cotuplete osse,nb ly
occe ssible rron hclo*

'
r
ni", - zl"' n"x,
;',

LIGHT AND DUST SEAL FRAME: Dic-formed


^{OUNT,NG

LOUVER: Porobolic retlecro. ce/ls of spcculor r2s! 5q.


onodizcd olvninun, rctoin.d in exrrud.d mof'
block oluninun ftdd. with dotte white llonse' SPLjNE TAAS: lntesrcl ||ith doontins {tottre.
Suppad tilc. oliq fixtste 9|ith c.i lins, olsa
DIE-CASr SPLAYi Ptarides {lus
onchor plosrer I ot h.
6tt
t,i^ in 12" x 12\t tile at plostet, ot
* LAMP GUARD: FoI IoUyeI vnT \9iih nininunaidth ovet ldP {lonse in
nerol holide lonP only' Hedt.esistoht pldstct ot dty .eilins notqiols.
9/oss. Guord required bv lonP tuDu{o.tutet. Aofic whit. finish,

CATALOG NO. R EC ESSE D


PARABOLIC LOUVER REGRESSEO LENSL TE HOUSING W IDTH RECESSED
VOLTAGE
FLUSH OVERLAP F LUSH OVERLAP slzE HE ]G HT

FLANGE TR F LANGE M IN.


TR I[4 IIl4

35612-EA 35622-EA 356r2-E B 35622-E B I2OV I00]// E-231,, Br -25


356I}EA 35629EA 3561+EB 3552$EB 217V l\4ercury (Coated )

s614-EA 3662{-EA 3S1&EB 3562t-EB I2OV 175ri1/ E_29, BT-2I 12" Sq. lh 714"
211V Itrlercury (Coated )
56IFEA 3562tEA 356lSEB 3562SEB
,,'35645-EA * 35654-EA * 35644-EB * 35654-EB 120V 175W E-28, BT-28
{, 356{4-EA * 35655-EA + 36645-E8 * 3565FEB 277V lletal Halide, t (Coated)

GEN ERAL D ESC R I PT I 0N : Modular low-bt ishtness downliehts ELECTRICAL: Porcelain socket-mogul base. Nickel plated
wh ich uti lize eff icient, I ong-life coated mercuy q fileta I halide lamps screw shell. Pre-wited complete with leads to 4' x 3U" x 2'
and Fovide widesHead, soft€dged bearn. Parabolic reflecto{ cells junction box, 14 ga. steel. U.L. listed for through b{anch circLllt
of specular anodized alurninum and Alzak reflector in Parabolic Louvel wiring with maximum of (8) No. 12, 75oC supply conductors
unit distribute light uniformly and efficiently; black slot altic!Jates (4 in - 4 out), or 600 conductors foI end of r!n. Ballast: Encased
lightshield. Fresnel lens and Alzak Ieflectol in Regressed Lenslite and fillid, attached sp ice box' lMerctry-'Constant wattage auto-
unit ledirects and diffuse the light; deep splay assules subtle blight- transformer type, H.P.F.; I'4eta I Haljde__Lead peaked autotransformer

ness transition, Ballast_splice box assemblies suppolted by mounting type, H. P. F.


lrames, are isolated from fixture housings, which reduces ballast
0PTI0NAL: Auxiliary LiShting svstern for tempolarv H.l.D. lamp
noise and prevents heat built-up.
ItIECHANICAL: Provrded w th (4) 16 ga steel mount ng blackets: outage. See Lightolrer specification Sheet AUX,/SUP. trtt
also sutable lor !se wrth standard 14" and lli' lathrng channels
(by others). Fixture shoLrld be suppdted by marn runner or purlln FINISH: A I painted finishes baked enanrel-
c haarne l.
LABELS: U.L. lsuitable for damp location); l 8.E lll.; C s.A.
t Universal Buning LamP onlY.
40
PARABOLIC LOUVER REGRESSED L ENSL IT E

t11l

t! r I .i l .- 1
ltu rdd ortr!h ewi6rpda
rlM ris 0x*33r d{,'rPr €)
80
5(b tdd rrfri 3,.ew{qr eL4!i

!ro 7!
60 q0
i60
5!
:50
q0 305
ir0
tri 30 2\2
2A ?O
2C

r0

{T!A !ER TTURE SAIAiE


I 5 € I 3 I
F

ta |
F:ET
_ rl t! Ll 5 6 I 8 9 l0 rl 12 t1 Ll

This quick colcolotot chon dete.mines the nunher ond spocins of Ihis quick cdlc!ldtot .hdd derermines rhe nsnbet ond spocing ot
10C Watt E-231/2 Metcury units {at dny hvel af illutuinotion odd the 100 llott E-231/z Mer.uty units for ony level o{ illhinotion dnd the
osso.idted noise /evel $r either 104 Wat ot 175 Wott Metcwy units ossocioted noise /eve/ for eirier 100Vldn ot 175 Wdtt Met.uty lnts
ot 175 Wott lAetol Holide onits. Due to vortotions 6erweet bo//osts, ot 175 Vr.di Metol Holide units. Due to vatiotiahs between bd//os15,
Notse Crilerto.dtings ore occurcte to :! 3. Noise Crlterid rottngs ore occurdte ro t 3.
Lishtins Convercion Foctors: 175 Woa l'/'ercury, F.C- x 1.8. 175 tlott Lishtins CanveBian Fd.torc' l75Wo Mercory, F.C. x 1,8. 175 Wott
Metol Holide' F.C, x 2.6- Ahtal Halide, F.C. x 2.6-

SPACING RAT]O = I.O S PAC ING RATIO = i.O

ll[5g""rnoBNr r.EslrrG r-{Bo.aronras, rNc. -TlTl.o**r. osNT rEsrrNG r.ABonarolras rNe.

Dc 9-e-71 r.FR No r4a7


o* Rr6rd{aJr, E6,ao r-.'s, h.d'. orc BleJ!^/Dr, Ed {eo 1!rcG, hod!.
&hd'.Pyadddld@FcreFifudc

N!t!lrD!\5 rBin6 tMMmM


ttr- r<2*u"

,.f.L. Rcport No. 14216C, Thcsc ca#/c,.Drs w.t. conpat.d by the l.f.L. Rcpod No. l42l7C, Th.sc c€ffici.rrs wcre compurcd by rllc
Zonal-Covity .tho4 /.8.S. Rccommcndcd +a.ttce, ond prcporcd Zonol-Covity /.E,S. Rccomncnded Practicc, ond prcpotcd
frod thc cond/cpowcr distriburron doto 9iv.n ln lnd.pand.nr T.stlns ^1etho4disrribstion doro 9tv.n in indcpcndcnr f.srtrg
fron thc candlcpowq
Lobo.oto.t.s R.pod No. 14216, Jotcd 9/8,41, ond orc boscd on o Loborotorics Rcpott No. 14217, ddted 9/8n1, oDd or. 6oscd o. o
2eZ Floq Covity Ref/ccronce. 2V. Floq Covity Reflcooncc,

,1".
","""t'J

)rf
Convers,on Fdctots: 175 Wdtt Metcuty ond Metal Ha 0.9,
'i, ;" r zs"d
"
ii rt).,,i .
2'x 2'PARABOLIC LOUVER This luminaire is available l0r lse wilh
70W (E-23y,0r BT-25),1B0W (E-23% 0r BT-25)
and 150W (55V. E-23% or BT-25i
High Pressure Sodi!m lamps (coaled).

Consull Factory.
@r

BALLASf-SPLiCE BOX ASSEMA LYi


LoEked by rcroinins hooks ro mounting
6rockcrs. Complerc osscn6/v occessiS le
SOCKEf CAP: Di.<ost
olu-i^oh. D.sis€d lo' efl.dive h.ot
SAFETY CL/PS 12) FOR LAY-IN TRIM:
SWING-OUT AIOUNT,NG LUGS Q) FOR
R.c.ss.d HGigAt
rls/2so - - t8y.t'
400w.----.20htl '
6cc OPTIONA L b. iow L AMP GUARD:
Fot 175w ond 250w
l/rr rcces5.d A.iqht. ) retol holide lonPs
only. Cleor acrylic.
Guord reguired by
lonp rcnu{o.tuteL

AALLAST RETAINING HOOKS (2)

CONCEA LED AIR SLOIS:


oll s;dcs ht on r.t'n, ACCESS DOOR: aALLAST ilOUN7lN6 ARACKETS (2)
On
An Cdpo.ity: iO0CFM @ o.o3rr5.P. 7o 5o/Iost ond splice 5ox. @l
L AY-rN TRrM (Stce Frr-rN rR r./ (Sleel)
TR !1 EXPOSED GRID CONCEALFC SPLL\E OR WETAL. PAI
AND
CEILING
:"1
SYSTE I\1

120V 277V r20v 211V

I75W E-28. BT-28 Mercurv (Coated ) 35734-EA 3573$EA 35724-EA I 35725-EA


175W E-28, BT-28 l\.4etal Halide (Coatell 35764-EA 35765-EA SSEA 35155-EA
250W E-28. BT-28 Mercurv (Coated) 35136-EA 3573t-EA 35125-EA Shlzl-t A
250W BT-28 l\,'leta I Halide (Coaied) 35t66-EA 3576r-EA
400W E-37, BT-37 l\rlercury (Coated) 35738-EA 35739-EA EA i 35r 29-EA

400W E-37, BT-37 letal Halide (Coated) 35768- EA 35769- EA

GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Recessed downlieht Y/ith lisht" LIGHTSHIELD: Louve( complises parabolic-shaped reflector
shield which provides very low brightness and excellent glare cells of semi-specular anodized aluminum, formed by intersectifg
contol. Black reveal (ll" wide) on all four sides conceals blades of doubLe parabolic sectiof. Each blade, formed from one
larnp position
air slots (for air return), hinges and latches, Vettical piece of aluminum, ls completely closed at its top by integal
has several advantages over holizontai lamp position: provides highel flanges, assuring a rlgid structure and maxlmum Ieflectance. Each
Jumen output and better lumen maintenance factol. intersection is locked, to prevent lateral movemeft of any parabolic
cell wall wh ch couid cause distott on of the leflector surface.
ELECTRICAL: Porcela n socket-mogu base. N ckel plated Lightshield ls supported by concealed hir'rges and sfap-action Jatches,
screw she l. CompeteLy pre_wired for 750C suppiy cond!ctors if opens from either side with fingertip pressure, can be removed with-
splice box. Ballast: Encased and filLed, attached spl ce box. out tools.
lvlercury--Constant \!attage autotransformer type, H.P.F.; I'rletal
llIECHANICAL: For suspended ceiling onlv; minimum of 481
Halrde--Lead peaked autotransformer type, H.P.F. betvveen centers of adjacent fixtures,24'to side of walls and
of ,'2" clearance above fixtues.
rninimum
6il (
FINISH: cnassis'-baked white semi-gloss enarne ovel phosphate
Auxiliarv lighting svstem for temporatv H'l'D' lamp
undercoating; 87dl, minim!m reflectance. Trim frarne_'matte white. 0PTI0NAL:
Air slots - - matte black, outage. See Lightoliel Specification Sheet AUX'
Fixtue with 14,, Iecessed height (horizontal lamp position) ls
LABELS: u.L. (suitable f q darnp location); l.B.E.w.; c.S.A. available for !se with cettain lamps. Consult factory.

42
I
MERCIJRY LAMP {COA T E D) METAL HALID ATED)
200
uME6mF$fllLl
[5
5(Rr.nldrh rxfts Hr &EWrt,.)
{:' Hl. aboE Wr ol-d 150 RoaricrvlrYR^rro.l0lRn.Nd'h hs st. abor wr p &.)

125

r00

AREA PER F TT!RE ! !AUAFE FE51


t89r!11 r?r3rq 15 16 ll 18 l! 2A 2t

This quic\ .ol.utotot <hotr dete.mines the aunbet ord sPo.iag ol TAis qutck colculdtat chott deiErmines ihe nunbet ond sPo.ing ol
too wdtt t-37 lnlts fot ony level a{ lllurlnollon ond the dssociored 4OO Vlott Bf-37 lnits {ot ony level al illuminotion ond rhe ossociored
noise ievel lot aithet 4A0 Won, 250 won o. 175 Wott units. Due to noise level (ot 175 tvott units subtrc.t 15 fron rhe ioise /eve/).
voriortors between bol/dsrs, Noise Ctite.io totinss ore occuroie ro:13. Due to voriorions berween bo//osts, Noise Crirerio rotings ore
Lielrting Co,version Foctotst 250 wo : F.C. r 0.55. i75 liort:
F.C. x 0.35. Lishting Convetsion Foctors: 25O Wott: F.C. x 0.55,

S PAC ING RATIO = 1.25


F'C' x o'40' sPAc rNG RATro r-5 -

tID]:l|E\rrl;\T Tf:sT:\G r,.tlloBlToBlEs. lr-1. I r.'Dnl'Dr' ttusT TIsTt rG r-aBonaToBl as. lr_c'

* Note: Lomp is vcrticol; * Noie: Lomp is ve.ricol;


pr ov ide s 4.5% morc lufr.n5 Fov des 6% norc l!rcns

lly ond 22% mor.


in it io inltiol y dnd l5% mor€
l!runr or 7@. .ored lif. lurens or 702 roied lif.
rlcn horironrol lomp. thon hor izonro I lomp.

/.f.L. RcFo.t No. 19733C. TAcse coefficicnrs w.t. conput.d bY th. it.r. n.po.r No. lg734C, rlesc cocjficicnrs wcrc comFut€d bv rh''
Zonol.Covity /.E.5. Reconnended *ddice, ond Ptepoted Zono!-Cdvhy L€.5' Rcconncndcd Pto'tice' ond PrcPot'd
^lcrAod,di.ttibution ddtd si!.n i^ lndePend.nt f.sritg ^lerhod. dlsttU,ution doto slv.n ln lnd'P'ndenr T'stlng
hon th. condt.Powet
frcn th. candl.po||.r
Ldboroto'ics ReForr No. 19733, doted 9/1A/15, ond ore boscd on o Loborctaties R.Po?t No. 19734, doted 9/10/75, ond ore boscd on o
20% Floor Covity Rcf/ecronce. 20% Floor Covlty Ref/ccronce.

i":;'j i'llj

Fot 175 Wott ohd 250 \vofi unns, nultiPlv C.U.'s bv 1'0. Fd 175 wdn dnd 250 nultiply C.u.'s by o,95.

lensth||ise ond crosswise for o l00f.c. i"'iiIIcli"n, vCP B 78 bith lenathwise ond c.osswi3e tor o 100 tc. tnsto//otron,
5ot 6ot x lOf roon, usinq 4OO\lafi E-37 ldnps. ,n o 60' 50' * l0'-r""., usinq 400 wot 87.37 tonps.
" '
4J
2'x 2'REGRESSED LENS This luminaire is available l0r !se wilh
70W (E-23Y2 ot BT-25), 100W (E-23% or BT-25)
and 150W {55V. E-231/z or B'l'251
High Pressure S0dium lamps (coated).

Consult Faclory. @r

AALLASI.SPLJCE BOX ASSE ALYi


-ts'rL Lockcd by retainins tooks io Dountlng
r., rr ".---
SACKET CA P: Die<osr 6roclers, Complete ossemb/y
---:
dl!dinun. Desisded fo. effective
'v. ..cess iElc from 6e/ow.
":,:
SAFETY CLIPS (2) FOR LAY.IN TRIM.
SW/NG.OUT A4OUNI/NG LUGS U) FOR
kecessed Heiehr
175/25OW -- 16'/at'
aoow-.---.i6',t"
6ee OPIIONA L /ow
be
T_ -Tr

m
12 " recessed /reiehr.) I

x
i

{ II I

2f
24"
i' l-^r")
1"=,
On dlt stdes lat on retutn.
Ait .opocity: l0OCFil - 0.03'S P.
zd\',

ACCFss DOOR:
To boliost ond sp/ic. box.
AALLAST RETA /NING HAOKS (2)

AALLAST A1OUN]'JNG BRACKETS Q)


6DI
Frr-rN rPrM (S1eeL)
TRIIV CONCEALED SFL]NE OR METAL PAN
AND
cErLrfG
SYSTEM

175W E-28. BT-28 luercurv (Coa


175W E-28. BT-28 Metal Halide (Coated)
250V1 E-28, BT-28 l\,{ercurv (Coated
B T-28 tuletal Halide (Coated)
4oow r-rl' BT-37 ['iercL'rY lcoated)
qootlt rlr eT-lz l\rietal Halide (coated)
with low- LIGHTSHIELD: 1Oi]9b virgln acrvLic, m nlmum thlckness 125",
GENERAL DESCRIPTI0N: Recessed L!minaire
tru' flom
brightness prisrnaiic lens shielding regtessed ceiling' with.diagonalalray of female conical Fisms (3,"u" base). Destatic zed.
Extr!ded aluminum lens fiame has mitred cornels' bullt-in lght
traps;
no gasketing materials req! red. FIame is supported by concealeo ELECTRICAL: Porcelaln socket-mogul base' Nickel plated
hlng;s and snap'action latches, opens from either side with fingertip screw shell, ior 75oC s!ppLy conductols in
Comp eieLy pre_wirerl
p,uaar,"; aun be Iemoved without tools. Black reveal (l'' lride) on splice box, Ballast: Encased and fjlled, attached splice box'
all four sides conceaJs alr slots (for air ret!rn), hlnges afd Jatches flercury--Constant wattage aLltotransformer type, H'P F'; l\4eta I

Vertical lamd position provides advantages over hotizontal Jamp HaIide--Lead peaked alrtotansformer type, H P F'
position: higher lumen output; betiel lunen naintenance faclor'
systetn for te.npotary H'l D lamp
MEC HA N ICA For slspended ce ljfg onlv; minimur of 48'
L:
between centels of adjacent fixtlres' 24 to side of walls
and minimun
0PTI0NAL: Auxiliary ightirrg
outage. See Lightolier Specificatjon Sheet AUX
Fixture !vith 12' recessed height (horizontal lamp posltion) is
fitl
of lr' clearance above fixtures
available for use with certain lamps,Consult factory.
FINISH: cnassis'-baked white semi-g oss enanel over phosphate
undercoating; 879i minirnum reflectance. Lens ftame and trlm fiame--
white. Air slots -_ natte black. LABELS: U.L. (suitab e for damp location); l.B.E wc S A'
matte

44
METAL HALIDE LAMP {C OAl EO )
MERCURY LA MP (COAT EO)

crvlTr i^rb- r(nn:r'c$ ' t h!. lr. &n dr


ro

avrrY urF- tn'.i'cd. 1rt.lr l.'i 'r


h.&n droLn) .,rv|r r^no. rolh''idd. i! |{ ,...R{'ln)
fioor c vrrY uro . ro(nn nld - lr. rh *o. d

30

25

20

I89IOI 2|I c 5 b r? 18 ',! 2q 2)


/ 8 ! 0 r 2 I ! ,1 6 r/ q r! zq 2.1

This quicl .ol.sldtot chod determines the nunbet ond sPo<ins o{ , --r ,-tL.alculotat chon determtnes rhe numher ond spocing of
Wott BT-37 units lor onv te.e) ot illuninatian ond rhe ossocioted
4OA Wdft E-37 units tat ony tevei ol illuninotian ond r;e ossocioted
4OO

noise level lat eithet 400 Wott, 25A wott ot 175 llott untts Due to noise leve/ (tat 175 Wott ond 25O \lort units, subttoct 15 from the
D!e ta vo,idtians ber-een bo/losrs, Noise C'ite'io
voridrions between 50//o5ts.Noise Ctitetio tolinss orc occurore ro 13' "o;se ievelJ.
rot'ings ore o.curdte ro 1 3.
LieAting Conversion Foctots: 25OW: F.C' x 0'55' l75vl: F'C' x 0'35'
Lishtins Convetsian Fdcto.s: 250 Wott: F.C' x 0'6' 175 Wottt
F.C- x 4.4.
SPACING RATIO = 1.2 SPACING RATIO = 1.2
I rrnnprronrr rtsrrfc r.aloBr?oltras, lNf.

* Nore: Lomp is ve,ticol; * Note: Lomp is ve,ticol,


p'ov ides 4.5% more lumeis prov ides 6% more lumens
i^ltlol y od 22% nate inir io lly dnd l5% more
lumens or 70% ,died lile lum6ns ot 70% ,otecl lile
thon ho,izontol lomp. thon hor izonro I ldmp.

",dtt.e.4-*,,..,., .1"&,.*+.^-"^..,"

r.T.L, Repo.r No. t608lC. These coef{icients were compured bv rhe r.T.L. Reporr No. 16085C. Tiese coefficients |9ete <onputed bv the
Zonot-Ca"try Merhod, I.E.S. peconmended prcctice, ond orepored Zonol-Covity 1.E.5. Recommended Prc.rice, d^d PGPorcd
frM rh. condlepower disti6urton doto sig1 in /ndeoendent Test;ng ^,1erhod, distibution dota given in lndeP.ndent Tesrtns
fron the condlepower
Ldbo.orories Report No. r608z, dated 1 l7 73, ond ore bosed on o Lo6orotories Repo.t No. 6A85, doted /1 9/1i, dnd ote bosed on o
1 1

2V" Floot Covit'y Rellectonce, 207' Floot Covity Reflectonce"

:,"1'l
rl

Conversion Fact.'s: 175Wort dnd 250 \'htt: C.U,'s x 1.0. Conversion Foctots: 175 Wort ond 250 Woft: C.U.'s x 1,0.
LIGHTOLIER LOW VOLTAGE PAR.56
ADJUSTABLE ACCENT LIGHT f
Incandescent Adjustable l)(r(
Accent Lights . Uses efficient 12V 120W or 240W
These completely recessed accent
lamp (available in a verY narrow
spot, medium flood and wide flood)
lfur
ights can be used in comblnation with Ll)
wh;ch provides a preciselY
H.l.D, downlights to provide easily
aojusraole. gla rel"'s accer t ''ghtirg
for stores, showrooms and exhibition
areas.
Incandescent ref lectorized light
. Transformer wlth "dual taps"
sources are used to provide the permits use on eitner I20V or 277V
precise optical control and intense, supply systems.
concentrated bea rns of light . Transformer operates lamP at 120W PAR-55, 12V
240W PAR,56, 12V
necessary for effective accent slightly reduced voltage to dou ble
lamp life to 4000 hours. 7048-40
lighting. H.l.D. light sources, by
Specular Clear Alzak Cone
connparsion, are not as effective . Fully recessed. Ceilings remain free
7048.41
because they are larger, less of projecting fixtures and distracting Specular Gold Alzak Cone
controllable and provlde a wider, less glare.
7048.42
intense distribution of light. See . lly adjustable vertica ily u p t0
Cand lepower Distribution Curve,
Fu
35", horizontally up
-
to 358'. Can
Specular Black Alzak Cone
7048.A8
page 47 .
positions.
be locked 1n both Black Multi-Groove Baff le
Two types of incandescent accent
. Lamp can be rotated to give desired
lights are avaiLablei a hlgh
orientation of oval beam pattern and
performance, low voltage PAR-56 unit
locked in place.
and a versatile PAR-38/R-40 un it.
Both offer a chojce of apertures that
match the appearance of H.l.D.
downlights and keep cei lngsfreeof
projecting fixtures and their
PAR.38/R.40 ADJUSTABLE
@t
d istracting glare.
ACCENT LIGHT
. Accepts standard PAR and R lamPs
from 15OW to 300W, includ ing cool
beam, tu ngsten-ha logen or krypton.
. Apertures in choice of finishes
match a ppeara nce of H.1. D.
SPECI]LAR CLEAR ALZAK CONE
downlights. 8'ir' I*
. Fully recessed. Ceilings remain free 8ui""
of projecting flxtures and distracting
gla re. i50w PAR.38
. Fully adjustable vertica lly u p to 150W PAR.38 Cool Beam

45',
-
horizontal y up to 358'. Can be
i50W PAR-38 Krypton
250W PAR-38 Tungsten-Halogen
SPECULAR GOLD ALZAK CONE
250W PAR.38 Krypton
locked in both positions. t50w R.40
300w R.40

7772-40
Specular Clear Alzak Cone
7772-41
SPECULAR BLACK ALZAK CONE
Specular Gold Alzak Cone
7772-42
Specular Elack Alzak Cone
7772- A8
Black Multi-Groove Baff le

BLACK NlULTI-GROOVE BAFFLE


6ht
lvlatte beige cone is available to rnatch
beige H.l.D. lumlnaire when used with a
particular light source. Consult factory

46
ITIUMINATI()I{ OI{ VERTICAT PtAt{E
AIIVIING ANGLE (A)30" FROM VERTICAL
Mts. Dist. (D)in tt. J 5', 1 9',

12OW PAR.56 VNSP 0.6' 700 2.1', 1.0' 252 3.6 L4 129 5.0 1.8', 78 5.4',
12OW PAR 56 I\4FL 2.0 222 3.3', 3.4 80 5.6 1.8' 40 1.8', 6.1', 24 10.0
33' 66 24 1n 4', I1 1? t4 A', 7 197
24{JW PAR.sIJ VNSP 0.8' I633 2.t 1.4 588 3.6 7.4 300 5.0 2.5 l8l 6.4',
24OW PAR.56 IIlFL 1.9', 537 3.3', 3.2', 193 5.6', .5' 98 7.8 5.8', 60 10.0' EXAMPLE: At a m0untinc distance (D) 0f 5'from
24OW PAR-56 WFL 3.3', 152 7.0' 5.5', 55 11.6', .7', 28 16.3 3.9', 11 20.9', a vertlcal surface, a sinele 120 Watt PAR's6
lvlFL lamp will provide 80l00tcandles and the
beam height will be 5.6'. The fixt!res should be
installed 3.4'0n center (S)f0r even illuninat:on.
ILiUMIi{ATION Ot{ HORIZOI{]A[ PI,AI{E
AIMING ANGLE {A) 30' FROM VERTICAL

Mts. Dist. (D)in Ft. 8', 1l', 14', 11', 20'

12OW PAR 56 VNSP 0.9' 512 1.9', 1.3', 270 2.6 1.6', 167 2.0 113 4.0' 2.3 81 4.1
I2OW PAR-56 It4FL 3.1', 162 2.8 4.3', 85 3.9', 5.5', 53 4.9', 6.7', 36 6.0'
7.9 26 7.l',
12OW PAR.56 WFI 5.1', 48 4.8 7.4 25 6.6 8.9 16 8.4', 10.8', 11 10.2' 12.7 8 12.0'
24OW PAR.55 VNSP 1.3', t194 1.9 1.8', 2.6 390 3.3 2.1 265 4.0' 191 4.7
240W PAR,s6 t\,1Ft 3.0' 2.8', 4.t 207 128 4.9
3.9', 5.2 6.3 87 6.0 7.4 63 7.1
EXAMPIE: At a mounting distance (H) 0t 8'from
24OW PAR.56 WFL 5.1' 111 5.2 7.0 59 1.2 8.9', 36 9.1', 10.8 24 11.1 t2.1 18 13.1',
a h0rizontal surface, a single 120 Watt PAR-56
NOIES (1) FC is average i0itirl lootcandles in uenter of beam. WFL lamp will provide 48 footcandles and the
12 BedmHeien rHldndBe.nlpnEn.l, lolhep0nl he,drrurrralonol0p(lol0%o-a.'nLm beam length (t)will be 4.8 . The fixtures
Low volGsp lan p. dre orelleo {i 'r ra|oa d s o ov.l oedn oa s P to B".m H'rgrt (H)o
Beam Lensih (Ll sho,rld be installed 5.1 0n center (S)f0r even
(3) Center i0 center (S) is the maxiinum spacinc 0f lixtu.es for over il unrination. illumination.

r0 ILTUMI}IATI(}I{ ()I{ VERTICAL PtAI{E


AIMING ANGLE (A)30' I-ROM VERTICAL
CANDTTPOTVER DISIRIBUTIl}I{ CURVE

Mtc. 0ist. (D)in Ft. 2 4 6', 8',

l
6000
l75W lrlercurY
15OW PAR.38 FL 2.6 116 4.0' 5.2 29 8.0 7.8 13 t2.0 10.4' 1 16.0' ir 9'dia. refleclor
15OW PAR,38 SP 1.4', 344 2.8 86 6.4', 4.2 39 9.6', 5.6 22 12.8 8000
15OW R 40 FL 5.0' 38 5.0 10.0 I 10.0' 5.0 4 t5.0' 20.0 2 20.0'
1r' ,19 2.4 70 25 48', 14 t4 n' i50w
2.6', 203 4.0 5.2 51 8.0 7.8 23 12.0 10.0 13 16.0' PAR'38 Spot
250W PAR-38 FL {T.H.)
250W PAR 38 SP (r.H.) 1.2 783 3.0' 1.9 195 6.0' 2.9 88 9.0' 3.8', 50 t2.0 i2000
3OOW R.4O FL 4.6 78 3.0' 9.2 20 10.0' r3.8 t5.0' t8.5', 5 20.0 I
300w R-40 sP 1.6', 423 3.5', 105 1.0 48 47 t0.5 6.4' 27 14.0' 120W 12V
PAR-56 MFL

16000
ILTUMINATIOI{ OI{ HORIZOI{TAT PI,AIIE

AIIlIING ANGLE (A)30' FROIVI VERIICAL

Mtg. Dist. (D)in Ft. 5', 7.5', t0' 12.5 15',


The advantage of using incandescenl light
sources instead of H.l.D. light s0urces is quite
apparent when the candlepower distributi0n
15OW PAR.38 FL 3.8' 96 5.5', 5.6 43 8.5', 1.5 24 t1.0' 9.4', 15 4.0' 11.3 1l 16.5', curves are compared. For example, a 175W
15OW PAR.38 SP 2.0 186 3.0' 128 5.0' 4.0' 72 6.6 5.0' 46 8.3', 32 r0.0' mercury lamp in a 9'dia. reflector produces
15OW R.4O FL 7.2', 31 .0.0' 0.8' l4 .5.0' 14.4', 8 10.0 8.0' 5 r5.0' 41.l', 3 10.0' 3,750 candlepower on ihe beam axis with a 90'
150W R 40 SP 1l' 122 ?6 R] 6s', 35', 46 90' li' 29 tn' \2', ,n t3 0' beam spread, while a 150W PAR'38 Sp0t
250W PAR-38 FL (T.H.) 3.8', r69 5.5 5.6 l5 8.5', L5 42 1.0' 9.4', 27 4.0 L3', l9 .6.5', produces 11,500 candlepower (3 times that 0f
250W PAR 38 SP (r.H.) t.7 is0 2.6', 290 4.8 3.5', 63 6.4 4.3', I04 8.0' 5.z', 73 9.6', the 175W mercury)with a 28" beam spread;
3OOW R.4O FL 6.6', 65 0.0' 10.0' 29 .5.0 13.3', t6 r0.0' 6.6', l0 r5.0 9.9', 7 |0.0 a 120W PAR-56 MFL produces 16,000
300w R.40 sP 2.3 t51 4.5 3.5', 157 6.5 4.6' 88 9.0' 5.8 56 1.0' 6.9', 39 t3.0' candlepower (over 4 times that 0f H.l.D.)with
a 15' x 29" beam spread.
NoIES: (I) FC is average inii a footcandLes in cenier of beam.
(2) Beam Neicht (H) and Beam Lengih {L) rs to the point where ilLunination drops to approximately
0% o narrunort!'pr"I un.ndllonbeLorpsirsicn'i ant.
(3) Cenler to center (s) is the maxinrunr spacins of lixtures lor even illuminalion.

t-tGt,tT0t-iliR +z
Cost ol Light AnalYsis

therefore, compare lurninaires on that is $2,263 more than the 175W metal
A lighting system cost analysis
ena b les specifiers to compare
proposed installations using various
basis. One should be careful,
however, when only initia I costs are
ha lide at $4,994. Therefore, although
the incandescent system did have
$t
lamp/ luminaire combinations. evaluated. l\lany times an installation the lowest initialcost, after
may have a relatively low initialcost, approximately I year, the toial
This analysis considers all aspects: but a very high life-cycle cost, annual owning and operating cost will
initialcosts, operating costs and involving high annual owning and exceed that of the metal ha lide.
owning costs. operating costs.
The payback period is much shorter
lnitlal cost includes the luminaire For example, the 30OW incandescent at higher energy rates. For example,
itself , the lamp, wlring and system has a n ln itia I cost of $ 1 1,205 at $.06/ KWH, the incandescent
insta llation labor. Operating cost compared to $13,499 forthe 175W system's annual owning and operating
con'rprises energy costs and the metal halide. cosi of $ 1 1,685 is $4,650 rnore than
annual lamp cost and maintenance the metal halide at $7,035. ln less than
la bor. However, at $.03/KWH, the 300W
6 months, the metal ha lide system
incandescent system's an nual
Owning costs are based on a 1O-Year will have paid back its higher initial cost.
owning and operating cost of $7,257
life, straight line depreciation at
107" per year, plus 5% carrying COST oF LIGHT STUDY Lighted Area: 10,000 sq. fi. Celllng Heightr 10'-12'. Average Maintained
charges per year. lllurnination: 50 foot candles. Arlnual Burn ng Hours:4,000 hrs. Energy Costs: Est maled at
$.03/KWH and (!ii5
Ktr' rl

The a na lysis below was done for a


m tr] ffi
typical store of 10,000 square feet
at 50 footca nd les maintained,
Type oi

Luminaire
/i t\l
I-, t\
operating 4,OOO hours per year.
It compares three different light
sources in a downlight: 175W metal
J-
--+ -lt-
-),
METAL HALIDE
!r :-i-
-z--n{
-rl
MERCURY
-s
INCANDESCENT
v-
hallde (coated), 250W mercury
{Sryle.Torc t and 300W incandesceni.
Type of Larno
Number of
175W/Coated 250W/Stvle-Tone 300w
6ht
Luminaires B1 98 123
Electric energy cost is glven at two Required
values to indicate the effect of ra pid Iy Average
1r' 10' 9'
Square Soacine
rising energy rates: $.03 per kilowatt
Tota
r (nationalaverage, 1975)
I
hou lnitial Cosf $13,499 $i5,631 $11,205
and $.06 per kilowatt hour, a cost Relaiive
lnitial Cost 100 117 84
which is already exceeded in
some a reas, Total Annual
Energy Cost $2,041 ($'1,0831 $3,352 i$6,703) $4,428 ii8,8561

The dala showl are in two forms: TotalAnnual


$5,590 i$1o,ol8)
Ooerating Cost $3.228 ($5,2691 $3,959 ($7,31 I l
as an absolute cost for each system
Relative Annual
and as a relative cost, compared to Operat nq Cosi 100 (1001 r24 ll1a) 175 (192t
lhe leasrcosr y system. The aralysis Annua I

ownins cost $1,667


shows that the 175W metal halide $1,766
luminalre is the Ieast costly on a Total Annual
97,257 (911,685)
owning & $4,994 ($7,0351 $6,052 ($9 403)
total annual owning and operating Ooeratine Cost
cosl, or life-cycle bas.s. This lu'ninaire Relative
Total Annual
is then assigned the reference value owning & 100 (100) 722 (135) 746 \167)
of 100 and the other systems are operatins Cosi
evaluated relative to the reference
standard, Thus, at $.03/KWH, the
BASIC DATA
250 mercury luminalre is raled aI I22
This ana ysis is based on average costs wiring: Estimated at $115 per kilowatt of
or 22o/o morethan the least costly connected load, inc Lrding al wlring material
in late 1975. Actual costs will vary,
systenr, wh iLe the 300W incandescent depending on the time and place, and may and panel boxes.
is 146 or 4670 more. affect the re ative cost ranklng shown.
The fo lowing basic cost assun ptions
lnstallation: Estimated at $25.00.
Relamping: The rnetal halide (7500 hours
@t
Many times, however, owners are were used'
life) and incandescent (750 hours life)were
more concerned with the in itia I cost Luminaires: All were assur.ed to be of spot relamped and the mercury (24000
rather tha n the life-cycle cost and, uniform high quality, specification grade. hours Life) was group re amped at 70% life.

48
Light Sources- Mercury and Metal Halide Lamp Operation

LAMP CONSTRUCTION life lamps justify the added cost, For The A (general service) shape has
lVlercury lamps produce light as a new construction, standard mercury a sma ll bu lb size which can be
result of an electric discharge (arc) lamps with separate ballasts phosphor-coated about the entire
between two electrodes contained in produce a lower cost of Iight than bulb surface. lt has a medium base.
a quartz arc tube sealed within an self-ballasted mercury lamps.
The E (elliptical) shape is used by
outer glass bu lb. Th is arc produces
the General Electric Company, in
ionization of vaporized mercury in LAMP STARTING AND
RESTARTING add;tior to the BT shape for most
the arc tube which in turn produces
lamp sizes. lt has a mogul base
radiation in the visible Iight H.l.D. lamps require a warm-up and can be phosphor-coated about
spectrum, The outer glass bu lb period, of up to ten minutes, before
the entire bulb suriace as contrasted
serves several funct'ons: to 'ninimize reach ing fu ll light output. Upon
to the BT which has a clear bu lb-end.
the influence of ambient temperature interruption of power even
on a rc tube tem peratu re, to filter momentar;ly. or a voltage drop of The BT (bulged tubular) shape
out ultravlolet radiatlon, to protect over 45/o (for a regulating type has a mogul base and is designed
the in ner parts; it can also be ballast), the arc may be extinguished. to maintain u n iform temperature
phosphor-coated to improve the color Before the arc will restrike, the lamp ofthe bulb wallfor better
quality of the lamp. Ballasts are must cool, which in most cases takes performa nce of the phosphor
required for the operation of mercury as long as the initial starting period. coatings which are applied to the
larnps to provide the necessary in ner bu lb wall.
starting and operating voltage and OPERATING POSITION
The R (reflector) has a medium
to limit current f low. Most H.l.D. lamps may be base and is designed to achieve
Metal halide lamps utilize certain operated in any position but light a directional distribution of light,
rnetal additives in combination with output and lumen maintenance is Phosphor coatings may be a pplied to
s lightly red uced when they are the inner reflective coating as well
the mercury in the arc tube to
produce more lumens per watt than burned in a horizontal position. as to the bu lb-face.
0 mercury lamps. Moreover, this light However, on ly certain metal halide
lamps (when so marked) may be INTERCHANGEABILITY OF LAMPS
is of a better color qua lity and can
be funher'rrproved by phosphor- operated in a horizonial position; all Unlike incandescent lu minaires,
coating the outer glass bu lb. They others are for vertical operation on ly. where lower wattage lamps may be
are quite similar in physical substituted for a designated
TEMPERATURE EFFECTS
appearance to mercury larnps except maximum wattage lamp, the ballast
Because of the insu lating effect of in H.l.D. iu m inaires will operate
that the a rc tube is slightly shorter
the outer bu lb of H.l. D. lamps, their only a designated wattage lamp in a
and has a larger diameier. These
light output is not materially affected given circuit.
lamps a lso require ballasts.
by ambient tem peratu re. At very
ln addition, ballasts must be
Self-ba llasted mercury larnps, low ambient temperatu res, H.l.D.
matched to the H,l,D. larnptype:
which do not require a separate lamps require a higher starting
mercury or metal ha lide. One
ballast, are avaiiable in various voltage. Presently all Lightolier H.l.D.
wattages. These Iamps contain an exception is the metal halide ballast
lum ina ires are furnished with
incandescent f ila ment which acts as which will properly operate a
ballasts rated to st arl at F
-20' ,
mercury larnp of the same wattage.
a ba llast for the arc tube with the
BULB TYPES Another is Sylvan ia's l\y'etalarc
result that lamp efficacy is about
The outer glass envelope of H.l.D. Swingline metal halide lamp which
half that of regu lar mercury lamps.
lamps comes in several "bulb" can be circuited on certain mercury
These lamps cost about three times
shapes, of whlch t ballasts.
as much as standard mercury lamPs
for equal lumen output and have an and "R" types are best suited to The lu m inaire shou ld be lamped
average life of about two-thirds luminaires for interior use. only wlth the designated bu lb type
that of standard rnercury lamps, As in order to ach ieve the desired optical
performance. For instance,

A
self-ba llasted mercury lamps have

I
longer life and higher efficacy than Lightolier's ellipsoida I down lights
incandescent lamps, they are used () require an A, E or BT phosphor-
mainly to replace inca ndescent coated lamp to provide proper
lamps in those existing installations d istribution and to give optimum
where frequent relamping is
\/ color rendition. The E and BT shapes
inconvenient and costly and longer A E BT can be used inte rc hangea bly.
l-lGl'lT0l-llil? +s
t-
l-nni: p Cfr; aracter:r :i''ir c;s:

LIFE
The average Life of mercury lamps this amp is in outdoor and industrial Deluxe White mercury lamps at a
is from 10,000 to 24,000 hours areas where the appearance of sacrifice in light output. These
deperd'gon a.rp ryp. and wanage. colors is not im porta nt. lamps have an apparent co or
The most commonly used ones, the A, temperature of 3300' K 3600" K and
For indoor liehting, it is most
E, BT and R lamp types at 100 watts may be used in the same areas as
desirable that "color-corrected "
and over, are ail rated at 24,000 hours. Deluxe White mercu ry la mps.
lamps be used. These lamps have
The average life of metal halide the outer bu lb interna lly coated with Sty e-Tone mercury lamps provide
lamps is from 7,500 to 15,000 hours. tl-ore:cent nra'er'als (phospLorsl a warm atmosphere similar to that
These average life ratings are based wh ich, when activated by the of incandescent lighting with a
on 5 to 10 hours per start depending ultraviolet from the arc tube, emit slight decrease in light output over
on lamp manufacturer. As with llght that mod lfies the color of light Deluxe White. Tney have an apparent
fluorescent amps, the average life from the arc. [,4any types of co]or- color temperatu re of 3000' K-
of H.1. D. amps is influenced by the corrected mercury lam ps are 3200'K. These amps are bestsuited
frequency of starting; the more a!a ld bl-, ds the color c orrpct on ic to those app ications where a warm
hours per start, the onger the rated dependent solely u pon the type of atrnosphere is desired, such as in
lamp life. phosphor used. Lamp man ufactu rers stores, waiting roorns, banks, terrninals,
have developed a succession of new cafeterias, rnalls and lobbies.
LUMEN MAINTENANCE
improved phosphors wh ich accounts COLOR*METAL HALIDE LAMPS
H.1. D. Tampsperform best when for the ever-increasing use of these
operated in a vertical position. When lamps. As new phosphors were N,4etalhalide lamps, like mercury
they operate horizontal y, the arc introd uced, lamp man ufactu rers lamps, areavailabieeither in clear or
tends to bow upward and be cooled used such descriptive na mes as phosphor-coated types. Both types have
by its proximitytothecooler arc tube "Deluxe White," "Warm Deluxe much improved color rendition over
wa lL. This, in turn, slightly reduces the White," etc., which has led to a comparable mercury lamp types. Coated
vapor pressure in the arc. The net proliferation of names for the metal halide lamps provide a warmer
effect ls a reduction in the inltial lumen various phosphors without, atmosphere than clear metal ha lide
output of the lamp and also poorer
lumen maintenance throughout lif e.
unfortunately, any standardlzation
a mongst the lamp manufacturers.
lamps at no sacrifice in light output.
They approach the warm environment
ol,
(Sylvania's Su per-Meta la rct lamps, The more common phosphor associated with incandescent I

coatings are d iscussed below. ln lamps. These lamps have an apparent


however, are designed specifica ly
considering the color ternperature, it co or temperature of 3400" K-
to operate horizonta lly. )
may be helpfulto make a comparison 3900'K. A most important
For example, when the 400W with incandescent larnps at 2850'K application for these larnps is store
E 37lDX mercury lamp is burned d o North Sny Dayl ghi at 7000 K. lighting where accurate rendition
vertically, it provides 4.5% more of colors is needed. Naturally, those
Deluxe White (Brite White
lumens initia lly and22"/o more app ications mentioned previously
DeLuxe) mercl] ry lamps provide
lumens at 70% rated life, than a for other H.l.D. lamps may be
horizontal lamp. much improved color rendition in
enhanced by the use of these lam ps.
mercury lamps with a color quality
Perhaps an even more important
It should be noted that the rating simi ar to Coo White f luorescent. The
reason for the popu la rity of these
point for initial lumens for H.l.D. amp has an apparent color
lamps is the fact that they have
lamps is at 100 hours of operatlon. tem peratu re of 3700'K-4000'K. approximately 50% more light
Any evaluation of initial lighting levels
for an installation should be done Beauty Lite mercury lamps provide a output than the Deluxe White
rnoderateLy cool atmosphere and rnercury lamps of equalwattage (the
on y after the rating point has
more pleasing skin tones at no highest output mercury lamp).
been reached.
sacrificein ight output over Deluxe
COLOR_MERCURY LAMPS White. The lamp has an apparent COLOR_HIGH PRESSURE
color tem perature of 4000'K. SODIUM LAMPS
lVercu ry lamps ma nufactu red
without any coating on the outer The color quality of these lamps
Deluxe White and Beauty Lite
bu Lb wall utilize on ly light emitted has been described as "golden
mercury lamps are often used in
from the arc and are called "clear" wh ite" and wh ile some f ind th is
corridors, Lobbies, stores, exhibition
lamps. However, the clear lamp has a orange yeLlow color not unpleasant,
ha lls, supermarkets, banks,
major shoricorning in its color their color rendering properties are
term inals and shopping malls. poor compared to the mercury
quality: a defjciency in the red and a
preponderafce of blue and green Warm Deluxe White (Warm White and metal ha ide lamps discussed
which results in marked distortion Deluxe) mercury lamps provide a above. Until recently, high pressure
of object colors. The primary use of warmer atmosphere than standard 5od ,m lJnps were ava lab e o^ ry in
50
higher wattages: 250 watt to 1000 50% of their initial lu men output. altered as well. Lamps of different
watt; now 70, 100 and 150 watt Forthis reason, it is betterto man ufactLr rers shou ld not be
lamps are availa ble. Due to their very
consider the economic or useful
intermixed as there is a variation
h igh efficiency, these la mps have ln color among the ampsproduced
life in determining when la mps are
been suggested for llmited usage in by the va rious manufacturers.
to be replaced and to coordinate
commercia areas when the re amping with routine c eaning of Another important reason for
background colors are carefully
lighting eq uipment. group rela m ping is the fact,that as
selected to be com patible with the
lf rnore tha n one type of phosphor- H.l. D. larnps burn there is a sligi,t
lamps' color rendering cha racteristics.
coated larnp ls used to define varlous color shlft. f lamps are replaced
GROUP RELAMPING areas, accord ing to their color, on a random basis, it is quite possible
Because of the change in maintena nce personnel should that the new larnps wi lhave a different
characteristics of the longer ife be '.structed to '-lanp w th arrps color appearance than the older lamps
H. L D. la mps over the jr life, it is often of the proper color deslgnation. a d /vi ltrus be read .) noticeab e.
desirable to rep ace la mps before Otherwise, sharp differences may be BADIO INTERFERENCE
they burn out, in a group replacement noticed f rom luminaire to luminaire
Except ring the period of starting,
du
program. For instance, mercury if, for instance, cool and warm
there virtually no radio lnterference
is
lamps, at the end of their 24,000 hour color tone lamps are placed side by
life may have a lu men output as low
fron th- operarion of d.l.D. arrps.
side. The color r-^ndition wil be

COLOR
LAMP CODE TEJVPERATURE LIFE LUNlENS
WATTS BULB (ANS ) DESCRIPTION ("K) lHOURS)(VERTICAL)
ir4l:i:lc: ill i .,l.rlrl 1r j
100 A-23 H38i!,,1P-100/ DX Deluxe White 3900' 24000 4300
100 A-23 H38lVP 100/N Slyle-Tone 3200 24000 3600
100 A 23 H38MP-100/R Beauty Lite 4000 24000 4300
100 BT-25 H38JA-100/DX Deluxe While 4000" 24a00 4500
100 E-23y2 H38JA-100/DX De uxe Whiie 3900 24000 4200
100 81-25 H38JA-100/N Sly e-Tone 3200 24000 3750
100 BT 25 H38JA-100/R Bea!ty Liie 4000 24000 4400
100 E 23y, H38JA-100/WDX Warm Deluxe While 3300 24004 320n
100 B-40 H38BP r00/DX De uxe While, Reilector 3900' 24000 2900
100 R-40 H38BP 100/N Sly e-Tone, Reilector 3200 24000 2450
100 R-40 H38BP 1oo/R Beauty Lite, Rellector 4000 24004 2850
175 81 2a H39KC-175/ DX Deluxe White 4000" 24000 8500
175 E 28 H39KC 175l DX Deluxe White 3900 24000 8600
175 BT-28 H39KC-t 75l N Style-Tone 3000 24000 7000
175 BT-28 H39KC-175/ R Eeauty Lite 4000 24000 8500
175 BT 28 H39KC-'17s/WDX Warm White De uxe 3600 24000 8000
175 E 2a H39KC-175/WDX Warm Deluxe White 3300 24000 6500
175 R-40 H39BP 175/DX Deluxe While, Ref lector 3900' 24000 5750
175 R-40 H39BP-175/ N Style-Tone, Rellector 3000 24040 4600
115 R 40 H39BP-17s/ R Beauly Lite, Retlector 4000 24000 5750
250 Br-28 H37KC 250/DX De uxe Whiie 4000" 2400a 13000
250 E-28 H37KC 250/DX Deluxe White 3900 24000 12100
250 BT 28 H37KC-250/ N Style Tone 3000 24000 11000
250 BT-28 H37KC-250 / R Beauty Lite 4000 24000 13000
254 E-28 H37KC-250/WDX Warm De uxe Whiie 3300 24000 9500
400 BT 37 H33GL-400/DX Deluxe While 3900^ 24000 23000
400 E 37 H33GL-400/DX Deluxe Whlte 3900 24000 22500
400 BT-37 H33GL-400/N Style-Tone 3000 24000 19500
400 BT-37 H33GL-400/ R Beauly Lite 4000 24000 23000
400 BT-37 H33GL 400/WDX Warm While Deluxe 3600 24000 21000
400 E 37 H33GL 4OOlWDX Warm Deluxe White 3300 24000 20000
iiteltti iji!itfj: L ,1r/toa;
175 BT-28 M175 /C /BU Phosphor Coated, Base Upt 3600 7500 14000
175 E-2a t\4v175/Ci U Phosphor Coaled, Any Pos t ont 3900 7500 14000
175 8T.28 MS175/C/HOR Phosphor Coated, Horizontai Onlyt 3600 7500 15000
250 BT-28 [,42s0lc/BU HOR Phosphor Coated Base Up to
Horizontalt 3900 10000 20500
400 BT-37 M400/c/BU-HOR Phosphor Coaied, Base LJp 10
Horizontal (Horlz.1) 3800 20000 34000
400 E-37 MV400/C/U Phosphor Coated. Any Poslllontt 3800 20000 34000

400 BT-37 H400BU / C Phosphor Coaled, Base Up to


N.4

Horizontal 3400 '15000 34000


400 BT-37 r\,,15400/C/HOR Phosphor Coaied, Horizonlal Onlyi 3800 20000 40000

lUse ln Enclosed F xtures Only.


ltHonzonla operahon requires
enclosed fixture.
H-fi {* g"g"F"{}$-B H5&? s,
UNDERWRITERS' LABORATORIES
REQUIREMENTS
-as lwo sy)'a-s 10 oro,. ide i Irrr"
rar'or w"e''r'l'e !.1.D. larp sour
are avai ab e for either IZAV ar 277V
branch circuits wlth a bal ast tap
G
and power is avai ab e. The Auxi iary su pp lying 12OV to the inca ndescent
All Lightolier H.l.D. lumlna jres carry
the U.1. labe ;su tab efordamP Llghting System (AUX) for recessed amp.
locatlons. Al recessed downl ghts H. .D. urninalres provides ll urni-
rar or dL'i-g Joo'cool-o'f ALTERNATE: N/l in i-Ca n lampho der
are approved for through branch ^drr and remains on on ly, (without vo tage sensing devlce)
circu it wiring except the 2'x 2' and-restart perlods
untilthe H.l.D. arnp reaches 60' supp ied wlth 4'of 5/ 16" Greenfie d
which does not have a separate and 5'of ead wlres, TO SPECIFY:Add
junction box, of its ight output. The Supplementary
Lighting System (SU P) for surface suff ix MCL to Catalog Number for
rnounted u m ina ires provides H. .D. f ixtu re.
AUXILIARY AND SUPPLEMENTARY
LIGHTING SYSTEMS i lumlnatlon when the l-1.1,D. lamp
is out and shuts off whe n the
H.1, D. amps, when flrst turned on,
l-1.LD. lamp starts. Both systems
require a "warm-up" per od of up to
ten minutes. When these larnps are AUXILIARY LIGHTING SYSTEM SUPPLEMENTARY LIGHTING SYSTEM
extinguished, even for an lnstant, (AUN FOR RECESSED (SUP) FOR SURFACE MOUNTED
they must cool for a I ke perlod H.I,D. FIXTURES H-I.D. FIXTURES
before they w I rel ght Outage can MODE OF OPENATION IlIOOE OF OPERATION
be caused by rnomentary power
fai ure, substantla vo tage reduction
or cyc e changes. To provide a ,,'/ \
fi TTTTALSTART:
H.l D lamp and tungnen II{ITIAI START:
minimum eve of ll um natlon whlle / \\- -\,' halogen arip both energrzed
/ \ H.l.D arnp siads warnrlng H.l.D. amp energzed and
lungsten-halogen lamp off.
wa iting for the H. .D. amp to warm / \ up tungsten halogen anrp at
ll. .D. amo starts warm ng up
up, or to coo to restrike temperature, i I Iuloulput

an aux liary or supplementary jghting


Ot
A
system ls often p rov ided. PARTIAL V{ARM.UP:
ll. .D. amp reaches 60?o
These systems can take several ght output tungstetuhalogen
amp swtched ofl.
forms. An effectlve system fron'r a ORMAL ()PERATIOIi:
safety standpoint is one n whjch N.l.D. anrp at 1ul output.

standby um naires (inca ndesce nt

A
Tungsten.ha ogen
amp olf
or fluorescent) are powered from a FUI.I. V{ARM.UP:

separate generat ng system or a N D lamp at 100% ghi


output.
battery system. Such a system is
regarded as the most re lia b le as it ls /\ .'HOT''
not de pe n dent upon the b u ild ln g's "HOT'' RESTART:
RESTART:
H.l.D Iamp and tungsten.
power systern.

A
H.l.D amp and tungsten' halogen amp both energized.
ha ogen lamp both energred H.l.D lamp too hot to sia.t;
Another means ls to use match ng ll.l.D. amp too hoi to staft tungsten'ha ogen lamp at lui
tungsten halogen amp at fu output. After H.lD. amp
incandescent (or f uo resce nt)
I

outpui Alier | .D. amp coos down and starts cyce


lumina res ln the ayout for general cooh down and starts, cyc e beEins as in 'lnilal Start
beg ns as n' nita Siad above
lightlng. Incandescent may also be above.
used for accent llghting and
fluoresce nt for perlmeter ighting. MAXI MUM TUI{GSTEIi.HALOGEII MAXIMIJM
I.AM P I{A]IAGE H,I,D. FIXTURES TUIIGSTEIi.HALOGEI{
ln the event of a temporary power T!f esien-Haiosen lVini-Can IIMP IIATIAGE
interru ptjon, both the lncandescent H lu LrmP aise Lampiq tzov.,
and fluorescentwotl d come back on Suriace lVo!nt€d
l00\4 t50v!
upon the restoration of power, Clinder downlight l50W Tungsten-llalogen
175W 150W
providing i lurninat on wh le the
T-4. 120V., lVinr-Can
H.l D. is coo ingfor restrike.

A th irdway s to provlde an incan-


250W
(Except Round
Lens t€)
r50w Suriace lVo!nted
Square Regressed
Lens te
Base
6t
descent amp (tungsten-ha ogen) 400\{ 250W

in the H.l.D, uTnlnalre, contro ed T0 SPtC FY Add suft x AUX to Caia og Numberior Recessed N .0. T0 SPICIFY add sullix SLJP t0 Cata og Number ior Surface
by a voltage sensing device. L ghtolier I xture N,lounied H. .D I xture.

52
0 All H.l.D. lamps have negatlve
reslstance characteristics a nd,
operat on of the lamp. For exarnp e,
ire vo tage variatlon of ' 5% will
a
o0)

therefore, require that a current produce a arnp wattage variation of :6

9%. Starting current wll be


€ 3
lim iting d evice, ln the forrn of a =9
bal ast, be lncorporated in the circuit. a pproximately 50% h igher tha n o : ,t7
The ballast not only imits the norrna operating current and of,
current but also provides the proper circL.rits will have to be slzed
cr < o< o
startl ng and operating voltages for according y. n addition, both bal ast
the lamp. A bal ast determines for types a re low power factor a though 50% 105% 100% 120%
a specific larnp its perforrnance a capacltor can be added to convert
characteristlcs: in put (watts), thern to high power factor. Reactor Al ba lasts are hlgh power factor,
output (vo t arnperes), starting bal asts can be used where line exceptthe reactor, which s low
^u a I ampor-'1" rdop^'d rg vO tag- ic . rf'-'P'lT 1Or*" . ir'/ CA power factor.
cu rrent (amperes). H.l.D. ballasts the rated Lamp voltage) to start the
The trend arnong specifiers has been
are genera ly designed to operate a lam p. Autotransforrner bal asts are
to use the Constant Wattage
sing e lamp although dual larnp sim i a r to Reactor ba I asts with a n
Autotransf ormer bal ast \r'/henever
ba lasts are available. autotransformer added to change the
possib e. Some of the advantages of
llne voltage to the proper inp ut
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS th is ballast over the Reactor and
voltage.
Autotra nsforrrer types are: better
Ba lasts are avallable in two physical
Both Constant Wattage and Constant amp output regulation; lower
types: "Core af d Coll" and
Wattage Autotransformer bal asts are start ng current; voltage taps not
"Encased." The core and coi type
"regu Lated " (or "sta blllzed ") types requlred; h igh powerfactor. While
has its viindings and laminations
which are used when the llne voltage the Constant Wattage Bal ast is a
exposed ( ncluding the capacitor
is expected to vary by more than further refinernent over the Constant

I wh en used). Th is type of construction


requires that the ballast be insta led
in a suitab e enc osure sLrch as a
lun'rinalre llody.
5% f rom no m ina . There ls less
amp wattage (and light output)
varlations tha n with non-regulated
Wattage ALrtotransformer ballast,
these advaftages do not generally
rlr,6' r'. dod-d , O rdr d arg^.si,/^
ba lasts. These ballasts have a of the Constant Wattage ba last. lt js
The encased type ballast is ful y - gh po,^..r '"c ro' d d ra ,,r o.r,.r for these reasons that most
enc osed within lts own meta
"
sta rtlng cu rrent than operating man ufactu rers (Llghtolier inc uded)
com pa rirnent. Th js type of c ."ert. Tris r-oLcp( lhp cJrrenl have standard zed on the Constant
cofstrLrction ls used for applications load lng on bra nch circuiting WdI',i86 AL tot"d nsforrer bal'a t.
which require sepa ration of the compared to non-regu ated ballasts.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTEBISTICS
bal ast from the Lu m ina ire housin g, Constant Wattage Autotransformers _METAL HALIDE BALLASTS
s!ch as rnou nting on a lu m lnalre are the most economlca regulated
ba lasts and have the followlng Ny'ost metal halide lamps will not
frame. Encased ba lasts are available
with or wlthout a potting compound regu lation characteristics: ine opei'ate reliably on most mercury-
fi Lightolier's recessed H. .D.
. voltage variation 10%, lamp watts amp ba lasts because of their higher
down lights are equ lpped with variation - 5%. Constant Wattage starting voltage and special wave
encased potted bal asts to improve ballasts are the prem ium regulated forrn requirernents. Lead Peaked
heat d ssipatlon and reduce bal ast bal asts and have the fo lowing autotransformer type bal asts are
noise. regu latlon characteristics: llne ava ila b e for operating metal ha lide

voltage variation 13%, lamp watts amps and are used with Lightolier
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
vanalion -27".In additlon, the larnp lu .rai.es. r'p a a'a 1^igh po/ver
BALLASTS factor, regulated type bal asts which
-MERCURY circuit is electricalLy isolated from
There are four com monly used the primary wind ing of the ballast draw less starting current than
circujts for mercury ballasts: provld ing greater protectlon against op6.d- ng ^Lr r-r | -h..e ba laS'.
Reactor, Autotransforrner, Constant electrica I shock and min imizing genera lly have the following
Wattage Autotra nsformer (CWA) and stray signal feedback into the power regu ation characteristics: 1- l0%
Constant Wattage (CW). line voltage variation, -8% or '10%
I The Reactor and Autotransformer
bal asts are both "non-regulated
types," rneaning that lnput voltage
system.
A cost comparison of va rlous ballast
clrcuits may be made with Constant
lamp watts va riation.

Ballasts for metal ha lide lamps will


must be controlled over a relative y Wattage Autotransformer as base operate mercury lamps with no
narrow range io assure satisfactory 100%. adverse effects.
ELECTRICAL. CHARACTENISTICS OF ENCASEO AND FILL.ED BALLASTS
flr
Lamp 100 Watt Mercury 175 Wall Mercury 250 Watt Mercury 400 Watl Mercury 175 Walt Metal Halide 400 Wall Melal Halide
Type Ballasl (CWA) Conslanl Wallage Aulolransformer (LPA) Lead-Peaked Autotransformer
Nominal Primarv 12o
r;Jiiiiii ti"lili ' 120 277 12o 277 12o 277 12o 277 12o 277 277

Starlinq Line l.uti .30 .60 .26 1.2s .44 2.21 .91 .77 .35 2.4O 1.10
cri,""i r-Jmisr
ODeratind Llne 1.06 77 167 80 7a 40
;fi/;iii:;;!j 50 1.7s 2.4 1.1 4 00 1 1.75

Extlnction Voltage
as Percent oi
"N;;;;:Tp;i;"'y 55"/o 55% 55"k 55o/o 55/" 55% 50% so"/' 55v" 55% 45o/o 45v"
Voltage
Lamp Waltage 100 100 175 1"15 250 250 400 400 175 175 400 400
Ballast Losses 33 33 35 35 48 48 3s 35 65 65
(wansl
lnputWattage 122 125 208 208 285 285 44A 448 210 210 465 465
Power Factor 90% 906/. 950/o 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 90y" 90% 9Ao/. 90y"
Lamp Watts
Reoulation at
::5'/o !5Yo t:5o/o r.sV. t:So/o !'ak !10o/o !1o/a lgob !8/"
Voltage
Fi!ctuation
[,4inlmum Slarlin.t
I emp0raiute -20'F -20"F -2A'F -20'F -20" F -20"F -20'F -20"F -20'F -20'F
Maximum Amblent 131"F 131'F 131 " F 131'F 131 "F 131 'F 113"F '113'F 131"F 131'F 122"F 122"
Temperature (60'C) (60"C) (60'c) (60'c) (60"c) (60"c) (45'c) (45'C) (60"C) (60'C) (s0'c) (50"c)

BALLAST NOISE 4. The Acoustical Characterislics NC levels have been calculated for
6r
ol the Room Llghtolier's H.l.D. down ights, for
The ba llasts req u ired for the
Th is refers to the sou nd varlous luminaire spacings, in rooms
operation of H.l.D, lamps produce a
absorption cha racteristics of the having average sound a bsorption
low level hum which in some
room. The ballast noise level
insta llations may be objectionable.
from a given luminaire installation
c
"araclerisr'cs. Th s informat,on is
The ballast noise level in a given presented in the form of Quick
will be lower in a "dead" room Ca lcu lator Charts.
room is dependent on the following
having s!rfaces that tend to
factors: A sample Qu ck Ca culator Cl-art
absorb sound than in a "Live" is
1 . The Noise Generated by the roonn having hard surfaces that shown a bove. For a75'x75'xIO'
Ballasts tend to reflect sound. room (RCR = 1)w th Luminalres
No'marly, the h igher tl^e wattage spaced on 7'centers, the levelof
of a ballast, the more noise it Lighto ier's recessed H.l.D. i lurinai:on w.'l be 70 fc. The NC
generates, The noise generaied level is found by projecting a line
downlights have been tested by an
is also affected by the ballast up from the 7' center to center
i ndependent acoustical laboratory to
construction; a potted ballast will deterrn ine their Sound Power Levels distance of fixtures to where it
operate nrore quietly than a (the sou nd generated by the intersects the dashed cu rve and then
non-potted ba llast. Lu m ina llast com bination).
irel ba projecting the line to the right side
2, The Mounting ot the Ballasts These tests were performed in a of the chart for an NC-30 noise level.
Luminaires tend to radiate ballast reverberant room with each
noise into the occupied area; The rooms chosen for calculating NC
lurninaire installed in a suspended
therefore, any means of isolating levels have an acousticaltile
acousticaltile celling. With the data
the ballasts from the lum ina ires cei ing with a 0.65 Noise Reduction
from these tests, the sound level
will help to reduce the level of Coefficient and hard wa lls and
for many luminaires in a particular
f loor with a O.O5 Noise Reduction
ballast noise in the room. room can be calculated. Normaily,
3. The Spacing ol lhe Luminaires
The more lu m ina ires of a given
this sound level is given as an NC
(Noise Criteria) number, a single
Coefficient. Note that roorn size has
no effect on the NC leve . o.{
type per square foot of ceiling number sound rating system which In practice, the luminaire noise level
area, t1e h gner the ballast no se is wldely used in speclfying w l be ira:d ble f t;s equalto or
acceptab le noise levels. lower than the ambient (background)
54
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ctl10. ctT.I0, cAr. N0. cll ilo. PlGr
7048 AC 33144-A0 33444-A0 33934-A0
7048-Al 33144-A1 33444 A1 33934'A1
7048 A2 33145-A0 33444-A2 33935,A0
7048-A8 33145 A1 33444,A7 33935-A1
7772 A0 33146-A0 33444-A8 33936-A0
7772-41 33146-A1 33936.A1
E 33445 A0
-
7772 A2 33147-A0 33445-A1 3393tA0 ?
0U !CK C;\LCLiLrli{')8 CHAa r 7772-48 33147,A1 33445-42 33937 A1 s
33445 A7 33954-A0
32514 A0 33148-A0 33445-A8 -o
ROOM SURFACE REFLECTANCES: 80% CEILINGi 32514-A1 33148-41 E 33446 A0 33955-Ao '
50"/. WALLS; 20% FLOOR 57@ LUMENS PER LAMP 32515 A0 33149 A0 e 33446-A1 33955-A1
90 32515-Al 33149-Al '- 33446 A2 f 33956-A0
32516 A0 33446-A7 33956-A1
ROOM CAVITY RATIO = (Ro. Widh x Mto. Ht. abov6 work plane)
fll eo ROOM CAVttY FATTO =
1

5 (Rh. Widrh
-
=
10

2 x Mlg. H1. sbove work ptane)


32516-41
32517 A0
33412-40
33412-41
33446'48
33447-A0
33957-A0
33957-A1

')n 32517-41
32524 AA
33412-42
33412-A1
33447 A1
33447-A2 35612-EA
32524-41 33412-A8 33447-47 35612'88
-60
! NOISELEVEL
40 < 32525-A0
32525-A1 E
- 33413-A0
33413-A1
33447-A8 35613-EA
35613,E8

s -40
Room Noise Raduction C@ttici€.ts:
0.65Ceilingi0 05w.[3 and Ftoor
35
F
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:i;t;;i u
32527-Ao f
33413 A2
33413-A7
33448-A0
33448-A1
33448-A2
35614-EA
35614-EB
35615 EA
30 33413-48
33448-A7 F
- -30 25 q
32527'41
32544-40
33414-A0
33414-A1 33aa8-As *
35615-EB
35622-EA

o 32544-A1 33414-A2 33449-A0 ; 35622-EB


-24 z 32545-40 33414 A7 !? 33449-A1 E 3s62s EA 5
20
32545-A1 33414-A8 i 33449-A2 L
- l0 32554-A0 33415 A0 N 33449-A7
2t .0 /5 I0.:r 125 i50 i75
32554'41
32555-A0 33415,A2 E
33449,48 35624-EB E
35625 EA '
32555-A1 33415-A7 33454-A0 35625-EB
Ait.A Fa:u t .:i i|?i: tr.t souARE t-EE-i 33415,A8 33454-Al 35644-EA
32812-EA 33416-A0 33454-A2 35644-E8
32812-EB 33416 A1 33454,A7 35645-EA
,---! -:,---.-l - -.1,,- i --.r, .-.-. : ...-..__!_._.- _-r_. __,- i i 32813-EA 33416-42 33454-A8 35645-E8
328J3-EB 33416-A7 33455,A0 35654-EA
I ilr Jlarr r a a t.: i[!i r]tlitr, itc; oF ilx-itJF=s .l FEET 3r814-EA 33416-A8 33455-Al 35654-EB
32814-E8 33417-A0 33455-42 35655-EA
noise eve n the room because costly and require special 32815-EA 33417-41
33417-42
33455-A7
33455-A8 F
35655-E8
32815-EB
it will be masked by the ambient prov sions for wiring and 32822-EA 33417-47 33456'A0 g 35724-E
32822-EB 33417-A8 33456-A1 w 35725-EA
noise. The following chart shows mount ng aux liary equipment. 32823 EA -
'i 33456 A2 P 35r2EEA
32823-EB s 33418'A0 334s6-A7 d 36127lA
acceptable NC levels for various 33418-41 33456,A8
However, H.l.D. dimming 32824 E8 S 33418 A2 * 33457-A0 !ctgff
types of rooms.

I dltti+t
systems can provlde additional 32825-EA 33418-47 + 33457,A1
32825-E8 33418 A8 S 33457-A2
NC DESIGT{ GOAL-S {ASIIRAE) design f exib lity for multi-purpose 33419-A0 H
Range ol spaces, since they permit
32844-EA
32844-EB
32845-EA
33419.Ar :i
33419-A2 *
33457-A7
33457-A8 3ffii
35z3gfA
Acc€ptable 32845 EB 33419-A7 33612-EB
Typ€ ol Area NC Lovels I ghting to be adapted to various 32854-EA 33419-A8 33613-E8 3s*i<-FA
requirements. Also, energy 32854-EB 33614-EB _ E
Theaters, Conlerence 32855-EA 33420'42 33615.E8 v *rsr,tA
Roorns savinqs can be rea ized by 32855-EB 33420-47 ^
+ 336i6-EB H 3fr58*A
Public Libraries. Museums 33420,A8 R 33617.E8 u 3Wtn
3364a.E8 g
3G40
dimming to very low leve s during
Slores, Restauranls, 33012-A0
iiqzi.lii E* 33645-E8 r $#PEi
Goneral Banking Areas, a major part of the total 33012-A1
33012-A8 33421-48 33646,EB 3d76qEA
Lobbies 35-45 33647-EB
operating t me. Both these 33013-40
DeparlmentStores,Super 33013-Ar I+ 33424-A0 35768-EA
markels, Catei6rias 4G50 factors may somet mes justify 33013-A8 33424 A1 33912-A0 35769,E4
General Of lices, Exhibilion
the high cost of H.l.D. d mming
33014-Ao i 33424-42 33912'Ai
Halls, Transporlatlon 330r4-Ar €
d
33424-47 33912-42 35724-E9
35725t9
Terminals, Cofi dors 3$50 33014-48 33424-A8 33912-A7
systems. 33015-40 33425-A0 33913-A0 35726-E9
33015-41 33425-A1 33913 A1 3dl2AEs
33425-42 33913-A2 I
FUSING D mming has no effect on l-l.l.D. 33015-A8
33425-A7
= 339r3.A7 * ffiE!
amp life. When d mmed, coated 33110-A0
33425.A8 :
6 33914-A0 - 35i6dE9
33110,A1 tr 33426-A0 33914-A1 I 36i65rE9
Occasionally H.1.D. ballasts are lamps sh ft color towards the red $q14-A2 4 3'FE9
33r1i-Ao * 33426-A2 4. 33914-A7 3a!i3iE9
lused to remove the faulty end of the spectrum. 33111-41
33426-A7 33915-A0 XYgsE9
33426-A8 33915-41 35719E9
lum naire from the circuit belore 33114 A0
33427-A0 33915-A2 332rfE9
it results in a branch circult
Continu ng developments in 33114-A1 _
33r15.A0 + 33427-A1 33915-A7 f
outage, making a umina res on
H.l.D. d mming systems make t 33427-42 @ie
33116 A0 +
33427-A7 33922-A0
advisable to contact L ghtolier for 33427-48 33922-Ar D &ibE;
that c rcuit inoperable. Bal ast 33r17-A0 * *
lusing also serves to aid in
the Iatest informat on and to 33i17-A1 333i3:li $mE3
assure compatib lity and m-E9
15Z6!1E9
ocating a fau ty ba ast. 33118-A0 35767-E9
coord nation of Lghto ier's H.l.D. 35768-E9
L ghtolier offers ballast fusing on lumina res with d mm ng systems
331rs-Ao
33119-41
* 35769-ES

a I recessed H.l.D. downlights as aval able at the time.


an opt ona featu re. 333ii^, E

I o,"r'*o
D mm ng systems for H.1. D.
um naires are aval able, but at
the present time they are qu te

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