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Manning Contemporary Church Lighting Catalog C9 7-80

Manning Contemporary Church Lighting Catalog C9 7-80

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Published by Alan Masters
1980 Manning Lighting Catalog for Contemporary Church Lighting Fixtures.
1980 Manning Lighting Catalog for Contemporary Church Lighting Fixtures.

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CHURCH
LIGHTING
Restful,
spiritual
atmosphere
iiluminationconsistent
with
modern engineerng
standards
.
period
design adapted
to
architectural
style
these
are
our
aims
ln
the
creatlon of ef'
fectivechurch lighting.
Church
construction
is
undergoing a change
in
archrtectural
style
keyed
I
to
today's
modern materials,construction methodsand costs- The
desrgns
ln
ttrrs
Oool
frave
U
been
styled
to this
newconcept
without departing Jrom
ecclesiastical tradition.Levels
of
lighting
shouJd
be
flexible
as
well
as adequate and,
for this
reason,
multiple circuitwjring
is
recommended. The
altar or
chancel
requlres
a
high level
of
intensity
to
direct
the
attention
of the
wor-
shipper
to
the
service.
This
liChting should
be
softenedduring
the
sermon
and
the
pulpit
locallylighted
to
focus
attentjon
on
thespeaker. Light
at
the
pews
should be
comfortable
Jor
reading during
the
service,
but
should be less
intense
during
the
sermon.
The
Eye-easy
principle,incorporated
into
all
MANNING
illumination,
makes
it
possible
to
achieve seven stages
of
lighting
jna
variety
of
foot'candle
levelsby
wjring threetypes
of
lighting intothree
circuits.Featured are
the
standard
R.40
and
R
52
Jlood lamps
with
sealed-in
reJlectors
available
in
wattages
{rom75
to
1000
watts,
used
jn
an
upposition
for
indirect
and
in
a downposition
tor
d
rect
type
lighting.Properly conrbined
with
generalservice
lamps
in cefter,
any
propor
tion
of direct, indirector
diffused
light
can be
had
to suit
any
require-
ment and
to
providelargequantitres
of
efficient,
color.right
illumina-
tion, while
nraintainingglare.free
comfortable
brightness
leveJs
in
the
critica
I
zone.
ENERGY CONSERVATION
-
LONG LAMP
LIFE
With
the
need
for
Energy Conservation,
great
strides
in
the
development
of
higher
efficiency
lamp
sourceshavebeen,
and
are
still
beingmade. These sources.
which
produce
higher
lumen
output
per
watt
of
energy used
andgivelonger
lamp
life,
all
require
ballasts, resuting
if
higher
initial
cost
of
equipment,
but
save
electrical
consumption over
their
extended
life.
At
times
these ballasts
can be
rncorporated
intothefixture but often
because
of
rnsuifrcient
room
it
becomes necessary
to mountthe
ballasts
remotely
in
crawl
space
obove
the
cei
lng,
lf
avajlable.Reflectors
must
aiso
be
incorporated
to
obtain
the
most
efficient
distribution
patterfs.
The
lafips
are also
nrore
costly,
but
because
of
their
longer
Ite
and
reduced
maintenance
cost
for
rep
acement,
thjs
differential
is
somewhat reduced.
lfcandescent
laorpsshown in this
cata-
log
have
an
average
lamp
life
of
2000
hours, whereas
the
newmoreefficient
sources
have
lamp lives
of fron]
7000
to
ashigh
as
24000
hours.
Since
church lighting
is
not
used as extensively
as
some
other types of
generallighting,
we
es
tinate
that
the2000 hour
life
of
incandescent
lamps, based
upoll
an
average
eqLripment
use
of
about
10
hoLrrs
per
week,
wouldproject
an
average
lamp lrfe
of
approximately
3 to
4
years
before
lamp
replacement
becomes
necessary.
With
the
sameaverage weekly use
with
the
more
efficieft
anrp sources,
this
wou
d
resultin
12
years
of
more
of
use
beforelamp
replacement becomes
necessary.
A
decision
then
becomes
necessary
to
determine
whether
the
longer lamp life, the
lower
main
tenance
costs
to
replace
lamps,
and
lower
energy costsoutwejgh
the
h
gherinitlal
eq!ipment
cost
and
higher lamp costs
for their limited
use.
ln
some cases, replacement
of
the
incandes.
centlamping
with
these
nrore
efficient lamp
sources
can
iesult irl
50
to
60%
reduction
rn wat
tage
with
a
10
to
55o/oincrease
in
lumen output, and a
3
to
10 tirnes
Longer
lamp
life.
Color
quality
is
also
an
importantconsideration.
Some
energy saving lamps
do
not
have
the
best
colorquality
tor
church lighting, and though developnlent
in
new lamp
sources
is
contin-
uing,
at
present
it
is
necessary
to
combine
various
lamp
sourcespresently
avar
able
to
obtain
the
best
final
results
at
minimurn
cost.
All
units ln
this
catalog are
available
with
energy
effic
ent
lamp
sources,
but an
increase
rn
equipment cost, and cost
of
lamps in
the
area
of
about15
to
20o/o
should
be anticipated.
Be.
cause
of
the continuing
developrnents
we
can
efgineer and
propose
the
appearance design
of
your
choice,equlpped
with
the
nlost recent lamp
sources,
and
basedupon
your
specrfc
needs,
we
can
submit
a
lamping
suggestion
and
quotation
upon
your
special
request enclosing
a
set
of
plans
for our
analysis.FROM BORDER
TO
BORDER
AND
COAST TO
COAST
Thousands
of
Eye.easy
installations aregivingmodern
engineered
light
ng
results
to
churches
of
all
faiths and
denorninations.
It
wouldbe
impossible
to
list
even
the most
impressive,
and
this
list
s
constantlygrowing.Our representative
or
we
ourselves
will
be
happy
to
referyou
to
jnstallations
in
youa
area
where
our
equipment can be
seen
in
use.
Our
Research
and
Design Department
is
constantystriving
to
improve
our
productsboth
rn
e{-ficiency
andquality.
A
modern
factory
using
the
latest
rnethods
of
fabrlcaton
insure
you
better
quality
at
lowerprices.
From
the
largest
to
the
smalLest
church
each order is
giventhe
same
personalizedattention.Our
feld
engineers
are located
in
prjncipal
citiesinyour
area
to
giveon
the
spot
attentron
toI
your
needs
and
otfer
recommendations
for
best
results.
This
isour
personalnaton.wide
w,y-
of
serving
you
better
and
gLraranteeing
you
completesatisfaction
withthefinal
results.
It
is often
possible
to
make
minor
design changes
on
stock items
at
fo
extra cost
orat
a
nonl
inal
charge.
Many
ot
these
designs
are
adaptable
to
Publ
c
Buildlng use by the
deletion
oI
substiiution
ofthe
Ecclesiastical
symbols
shown.FOR SIRUCTURESOF
TRADITIONAL
DESIGN SEE OUR TRADITIONAL
CATALOG
T.6
AND
T1.2,
OR
FOR
COLONIAL
DESIGNS
SEE OUR"AMERICANA"
CATALOG"DC.2'',
/
CUTAWAYVIEW
C,F
TYPICAT
LANIEIN
 
STANDARD
SPECIFICATIONS
METAL
-
RUSTPROOFCAST
ALUMINUM
and
16gauge
ALUMINUI\1SHEET
W|TH
ALUtV NUtvt BAR,
or20-
gAUgC
COLD
ROLLEDSHEETSTEEL.
ExteTioT
units
of
RUSTPROOFCONSTRUCTION
THROUGHOUT.
STEM
-
eavygauge
steel
tubin€.
Up
to
10
it.
furnishedin
2-5
Il.
sections
with
coupling,
furnished
at
noextra
cost.
Additionalstemavailable
at
extra
cost.
WI.RE
-
all
units
except
recessed,UNDERWRITERSLABORATORIESAPPROVED
and wired
for
margin
of
safety over
extreme wattage
load.
All
fixtures
WIRED
COIVIPLETE
andRlclDLY
TESTED
before
packin'g.
CIRCUITS.
Units indicatedby asterisk
''
in
price
list
wired
for
one,
two
or
threecircuits,
as
indicated
on
catalog
page
on
whjch item
is
shown,
at
no
additional cost.Multiple circuits
wired
with
onecommon
neutral
wire.
Where
]wo
(2)or
moreneutral wiresare
needed
to
meet
individual
requirements
please
specify
and
see
AddET
for
additional
Under
EXTRAS.CIRCUITS
ARE
NUTMBERED
AT
CONNECTION
WInrs
rb
FAbILITATE
INSTALLATION.SUSPENSION
HANGERS
-
TypesASC,BSR,BSE, BR
or
BEavailable
at
noextra cost
on
y,lt:
irl{lrqq
qy.!.!9t1S-!^_(-)_l!
price
list.
Other
units
furnished
with
TYPESBR
or
BE
HANGERS
wrricrri
gn
UP
tO
45"
CEILINGSLOPE.SEE
BELOWFOR
SUSPENSION TYPES
AND
SUGGESTED
HANGING
METHOD*S.
LAMPING
-suggested
is
for
maximumwattage
to
maintaincomfortablebrightnesslevels.Smaller
wattages
can
be
used
if
desired.
DO
NoT
SUBSTITUTE
R-40
LAMPS
FOR
R-52
LAMPS
lN
DOWNLIGHTS.energy"Saving
lamps(indicated).Other long
life
incandescent
lampscan
be
substituted
forthe
67A21TS
Traffic
Sig#l
Lamp!
SHIPPING WEIGHTshown
on
pricelist.subject
to
normaltolerances.
All
units
packed
in
individually
designed
cartons
or
cratesinsure
their
delivery
in.originalcondition.
lf
damage
or
loss
occurs,contact transportition
company
adjustor
for
reimbursement
and
contact
us
for
replacemenf
givingorder number,
fixture
number
and
close description
of
pafts
andfinish.
STANDARD
FINISHES
Fixtures.shown
in color
plates
in
recommendedSPUN
ALUMINUMFINISH
are
made
of
aluminum
materials,
satin finished
and convectionoven
baked
with
clear
transparent
lacquer
to
prevent
tarnishing
anddiscoloration.RecommendedNUBRONZE,NUBRASS
or
NUSTATUARY
BRONZEFINISHES
are
transparen'i
baked lacquer
ap-
plied
to
aluminum
to
simulate
a
fine
hardware
finish.
Anodized
Gold
finishedaluminum
is usedon
gritteOetiiis
ShOWN.
OPTIONAL BAKEDMETALLIC
FINISHES
WHERE
SPECIFIED.
. .
SATIN
GOLD.
,
.
NATURAL
BRoNZE
.
.
LIGHT STATUARYBRONZE
.
.
.CHARCOAL.
BOWLS
-
White Opal
glass.
CYLINDERS
are
VIRGtNWtttTEACRYLICPLASTIC{',
IVORY
TINTEDAVAILABLE
UPON
SPECIALQUOTE
-
6'and
S" diameters
are .100
WALL
THICKNESS,
IO',
ANd
T2,,
DJameters
are.125
WALLTHICKNESS.FLAT
PANELS
are
VIRGINWHITE
ACRYLIC
PLASTICX.
FACETED
GLASS
INSERTS
-
RANDOM
COLORS
OR BLUE
GREEN OPTIONAL.
ACTUALSAMPLESOFABOVEMETAL
OR
PLASTIC
FINISHES
AVAILABLEUPON
REQUEST.
STANDARD
SUSPENSIONHANGERS
and
HANGING
METHODS
oqees
I
A
JL
SPECIFfDIhENS]ONFTAI
F
N'HED
CE
I
I]C
TOTOP
WNEN FXTURE5
!/ILL
8ELO!r'EREDMANIJALLY
O!
ONE LOVEQ
NC
V]NCH
'ED
FOP
ALL
UN T5
TYPEASC
-
ABOVECEILING
TYPE
With
special
fitt
ng
to
tock
in
pace.
(See
detail)
For
this
type
of
hangerSPECIFY
LENGTH FRO]\I
FINISH ED
CEILING
TO
TOP
OF
.]OIST
-
SO
NIPPLE
OF
CORRECTLENGTH
CAN
BE
FURNJSHED
TO
FIT.]oB.
Stem
or
chain
is
SELF,ALIcNtNG
to
fitslope
of
ceilingautornatically.
(See
diagram
ASC).
LOWERING
WINCHES
2-WORMGEAR TYPEWINCHESof
500
bs.
or
1850
lbs.
load
capacity
availab
e
for
larger
f
xtures.
On
units
of
100
bs.
or
less.
units can
be
lowered
manual
y
and no
winch
ts
required. Wlnch
can be
permanent,
ly
mounted
at
each
unit
or
easily
adapted
as
a
portabie
Ltnit
to
be
rnoved
fromfixture
to
fixture
for
lowering.(Seeprice
list
for
cost).TYPESBSR
&
BSE
-
ELOW
CEILING
TYPES
For
be
ow
ceil
ng
mountrng
to
stud
rn
recessed
(BSR)
or
exposed
(BSE)
4"
out
et
box.
Non
rotating
ball
swivel
al
gnment
UP
to
60-
CE
L.
ING
SLOPE.
Drop
type
canopyfor
easy
w r
ng
aid
instal
at
on
(See
BSR
&
BSEdiagrams).TYPES
BR
&
BE
-
ELOWCEILING
TYPES
For
be
ow
cetl
ng
mountrng
to
out
let
box
stud
or
ears
of
recessed
(BR)
or
exposed(BE)
,1,,
outlet
box
Non rotat
ne
ba
swtvel
a tenmeni
uP
To
45
cEtLrt'rc
sLopti
o,op
type
canopy
fo.
easy
w
ring
and
n.
stal
ation.
(SEEBR
&
BEd agrams).
C.L'N6
BR
6ELOW
CE
LING
OUTLET bOXTYPENSTALLATION
ON FLAT
OL5IOPLN6Ce
LLNc
NorExceEo'N6
45'5LoP.,
RECESSED
OUTLET
BOXgIU?-
EXPOsED
OUILET
BOX
WHEN
PLACING
oRDER
PLEASEINCLUDE
THE
FoLLowtNG
DATA: FtNtSH
. .
.
GLASS
oR
pLASTtc.
.
.
OVER
ALL
LENGTH
(DISTANCE
-
CEILING
TO
BOTTOM
OF FIXTURE)
NUI\4BEROF
CIRCUITS
. .
,
ryPE
OF HANGER(SEEDIAGRAMS)SHIPPINGADDRESS
. . .
NAI\4E
OF BUILDING
AND
LOCATION.
]N5TALLAT
ON
ONR,AT
OR
S
@PiN(
CE L]NC
!r'IT!
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AL
QNIIENI
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