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Benjamin Lighting Classics Catalog 1979

Benjamin Lighting Classics Catalog 1979

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Published by Alan Masters
1979 Condensed Catalog from Benjamin Lighting for Commercial & Industrial applications.
1979 Condensed Catalog from Benjamin Lighting for Commercial & Industrial applications.

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Lighting
We
have
entered
a
new era
in the
science
of
illumination.We arefaced
wlth
thegrow-
ing
problem
o'optin,lm
util'zalion
of
erergy
in-ailfo'ms.
lt
ismaldalory
that
we
reduce
as
much
as
possible,
the
use
of
€lectricalenergy
o'whicl'
lig'rtirg
plays
a1
important
part.-As
a
nat
01,
we
nust
nove
qurckly
to
effectivelv
Lt.
ze rhe most
efficient
forns
of
illu
m
inati6n
available,
Newlamp sources
play
a vital
partin
the
efficient
use
of
ljghting energy.
For
that
rea-
son,
this
catalog stressesnew
products
us-
jng
new lampsandmore eff
cient
means of
controllinglight
output.
The
development
and
marketing
of
these
newproducts
depends,
to
ahighdegree,
on
the
efliclent
manufacturing
methods
em-
ployed
n
producingthem.Onthese
oages
w6 are
showiTgsome
ofthe
production
fa-
cilitiesat
our Sparta
plant.
ln
addit
o1we are
review
rg
tl'e
engi'teer-
ing
and
product
development
facets
thathavehelped
to
rnake
this
division
of Thomas
lndustries one
ofthe
most respected
names
in
the
field
of
Commercial
and
lndustrial
Lig'rtirg.E"ic
ercyin
ma'ru'actu'ing,
opt
-
nJm ere'gy
utilizal'o1and cLStoner
ser-
vicesare the
key
elementsat
Sparta.
engineering
to
achieve
energy
eff
iciency
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Product
Selection
by
Thenormal
se
lection
g
ven
task is directly
and
application.
Now,ing a
third
d
imensiontion, EFFICIENCY
OF
LampElliciency
of
lighting
for
a
tied
to
estheticsweare introduc-
in
productselec-
LIGHT
SOURCE.
Low
Pressure
Sodium
High visual accuity.
Mosteffi-
cient
lightsource.Poor(amber)
color
rendition.
(138
Lumensper
watt.)
(18,000
Hrs.
Life)
Hi-Pressure Sodium
GoodVisualAccuity.Very
ef-
ficient light
source.Fair
color
rendition.
(
103Lumens
per
watt.)
(20,000
Hrs.
Life)
Metal
Halide
Goodvisualaccuity.
Efficient
light
source.Good
color
ren-
dition.
(71Lumens
per
watt.)
(10,000
Hrs.
Life)
Fluorescent
High
visual
accuity.
Eflicient
light
source.Excellent
color
rendition.
(67
Lumens
per
watt.)
(12-20,000
Hrs.
Life)
Mercury
Vapor
Good
visual
accuity.
Average
efficiency.
Average
colo
r
ren
dition.
(50Lumens
per
watt.)(24,000
Hrs.
Life)
lncandescenl
Goodvisualaccuity. Poor
ei-
ficiency.
Excellent
colo
r
rendi-
tion.
(20Lumens
per
watt.)
(750
Hrs.
Life)
At
right. aresymbols
for
each
of
thekey larnp
sources.lnside
each
symbol
is
a
figure
showing average
LUMEN
OUTPUT
PER WATT
for
that
specificlarnp
type(lampefficacy
from
IES
Handbook).
As
a
quick
reference,
you
will find ihesesymbols shown
on
each
page
inthe catalogindicating
the
larnps
available
in
that
particular
product.
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Troffers
P.18-27
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P.35-41
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P.
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ustrial
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P.
70-71

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