INTERIOR LIGHTING INCENTIVES WORKSHEET

Lighting Measure Code Equipment Type Incentive Unit # of Units Incentive Calculated Interior Compact Fluorescent Lamps, Screw-in (Replacing Incandescent) L01 $1.50 CFL - Screw-in (30W or Less) Lamp L02 CFL - Screw-in (31W - 115W) $6.00 Lamp L03 CFL - Downlight, Dimmable or 3-way $6.00 Lamp Interior Hardwired Compact Fluorescent Fixtures (Replacing Incandescent) L04 29W or Less $30.00 Fixture L05 $55.00 Fixture 30W or Greater Interior Permanent Lamp Removal (Pre-Notification Application Is Required, See Measure Specification for Further Details) L06 $7.50 2-ft Lamp Lamp removed L07 3-ft Lamp $7.50 Lamp removed 4-ft Lamp L08 $7.50 Lamp removed L09 8-ft Lamp $12.50 Lamp removed Interior High Performance or Reduced Wattage 4-ft T8 L10 4-ft Lamp and Ballast (T12 to HP or RW T8) $7.00 Lamp L11 8-ft 1-Lamp T12 to 4-ft 2-Lamp HP T8 $5.00 4-foot Lamp L12 4-ft Reduced Watt Lamp Only (T8 to RW T8) $1.00 Lamp Interior Reduced Wattage 8-ft T8 L13 8-ft Lamp and Ballast (T12 to RW T8) $9.00 Lamp L14 8-ft Lamp Only (T8 to RW T8) $1.00 Lamp Interior Standard Linear Fluorescent Retrofit (T12 to T8) L15 2-ft T12 to T8 $5.00 Lamp L16 3-ft T12 to T8 $5.00 Lamp L17 4-ft T12 to T8 - Includes U lamps $4.00 Lamp L18 8-ft T12 to 4-ft 2-Lamp T8 $3.00 4-foot Lamp Interior LED Lamp/Fixture L19 LED Lamp/Fixture, 18W or Less $15.00 Lamp/Fixture Interior LED, T-1 or Electroluminescent Exit Signs Signs L20 $25.00 Single-sided Exit Signs Replacing Incandescent Signs L21 $25.00 Single-sided Exit Signs Replacing CFL Signs L22 $25.00 Double-sided Exit Signs Replacing Incandescent Signs L23 $25.00 Double-sided Exit Signs Replacing CFL Interior Metal Halide L24 Integrated Ballast Ceramic Metal Halide Lamp $15.00 Lamp L25 Pulse Start or Ceramic, 100W or Less $20.00 Fixture L26 Pulse Start or Ceramic, 101W - 200W $30.00 Fixture L27 Pulse Start or Ceramic, 201W - 350W $50.00 Fixture Interior Induction Lighting L28 Interior Induction Fixture $30.00 Fixture Interior Cold Cathode (Replacing Incandescent) L29 Cold Cathode $4.00 Lamp Interior Controls (Attach list of controlled fixtures, quantities, and wattages) Occupancy Sensors Watts Controlled L30 $0.10 Daylight Sensor Controls Watts Controlled L31 $0.12 Bi-Level Stairwell/Hall/Garage Fixtures with Fixture L32 $30.00 Integrated Sensors Conversion to New Interior T8/T5 Fluorescent Fixtures with Electronic Ballast (Pre-Notification Application is Required) New fixtures are capped at $200 per fixture. This measure is not to be combined with any of the measures listed above. Pre Post Incentive Description Pre and Post Fixture descriptions (Fixture Codes from TRM Table of Standard Wattages) L33
$0.35/Watts Reduced

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EXTERIOR LIGHTING INCENTIVES WORKSHEET
Lighting Measure Code Equipment Type Incentive Unit # of Units Incentive Calculated Exterior Compact Fluorescent Lamps, Screw-in Lamp L34 $15.00 Screw-in CFLs > 31W LED Traffic and Pedestrian Lights L35 LED traffic lights - Green 8" (ROUND) $48.00 Lamp L36 LED traffic lights - Green 12" (ROUND) $52.00 Lamp L37 LED traffic lights - Yellow 8" (ROUND) $48.00 Lamp L38 LED traffic lights - Yellow 12" (ROUND) $52.00 Lamp L39 LED traffic lights - Red 8" (ROUND) $48.00 Lamp L40 LED traffic lights - Red 12" (ROUND) $52.00 Lamp L41 LED traffic lights - Green 8" (ARROW) $48.00 Lamp L42 LED traffic lights - Green 12" (ARROW) $52.00 Lamp L43 LED traffic lights - Yellow 8" (ARROW) $48.00 Lamp L44 LED traffic lights - Yellow 12" (ARROW) $52.00 Lamp L45 $48.00 LED traffic lights - Walk/Don't Walk - 9" Lamp L46 LED traffic lights - Walk/Don't Walk - 12" $52.00 Lamp Streetlights and Exterior Fixtures Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium Fixture Fixture L47 $50.00 replacing Incandescent or Mercury Vapor Fixture Pulse Start or Ceramic Metal Halides replacing Fixture L48 $50.00 'Standard' Probe-Start HID L49 LED or Induction replacing 175W or Less Fixture $45.00 Fixture LED or Induction replacing 176W - 250W Fixture L50 $65.00 Fixture LED or Induction replacing 251W - 400W Fixture $120.00 L51 Fixture Exterior Bi-Level Fixtures Bi-Level Fixture L52 $150.00 Fixture Bi-Level Stairwell/Hall/Garage Fixtures with Fixture L53 $30.00 integrated sensors Conversion to New Exterior T8/T5 Fluorescent Fixtures with Electronic Ballast (Pre-Notification Application is Required) New fixtures are capped at $200 per fixture. This measure is not to be combined with any of the measures listed above. Post Pre Incentive Description Pre and Post Fixture descriptions (Fixture Codes from TRM Table of Standard Wattages) L54
$0.30/Watts Reduced

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Total Exterior Lighting Incentives:

$0.00
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GARAGE LIGHTING INCENTIVES WORKSHEET
Lighting Measure Code Equipment Type Incentive Unit # of Units Incentive Calculated Parking Garage Application (24-Hour Operation) L55 LED or Induction replacing 175W or Less Fixture $75.00 Fixture LED or Induction replacing 176W - 250W Fixture L56 $100.00 Fixture LED or Induction replacing 251W - 400W Fixture L57 $150.00 Fixture Screw-in CFLs > 31W L58 $20.00 Fixture Metal Halides (Pulse Start or Ceramic) Fixture L59 $100.00 350W - 400W Parking Garage Application (Nights/12-Hour Operation) L60 LED or Induction replacing 175W or Less Fixture $45.00 Fixture LED or Induction replacing 176W - 250W Fixture L61 $65.00 Fixture LED or Induction replacing 251W - 400W Fixture L62 $120.00 Fixture Screw-in CFLs > 31W L63 $15.00 Lamp Metal Halides (Pulse Start or Ceramic) Fixture L64 $50.00 350W - 400W Interior Parking Garage Lighting Bi-Level Control with Override Bi-Level Wall Pack Fixture L65 $180.00 Fixture Conversion to New Interior Parking Garage T8/T5 Fluorescent Fixtures with Electronic Ballast (Pre-Notification Application is Required) New fixtures are capped at $200 per fixture. This measure is not to be combined with any of the measures listed above. Pre Post Pre and Post Fixture descriptions Total # of Calculated (Use fixture Codes from TRM Table of Standard # of Fixtures Watts/Fixture Watts/Fixture Watts Incentive Fixtures Incentive Reduced Wattages) L66
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$0.00

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$0.00
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LIGHTING SPECIFICATIONS
All lighting projects are expected to comply with the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) recommended lighting levels or the local code.
The Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission requires that projects with savings greater than 20 kW complete a detailed lighting inventory with pre- and post-light fixture codes, wattages, and site-specific estimates of operating hours. The worksheet must be submitted in an Excel-readable electronic format. An Excel version of the worksheet is available at www.peco.com/SmartIdeas. Lighting Measure Code

Specification

L01

Interior Compact Fluorescent Lamps, Screw-In (Replacing Incandescent): CFL – Screw-in (30W or Less) Screw-in CFLs must replace incandescent existing lamps, and be ENERGY STAR® rated lamps or meet ENERGY STAR® criteria.

L02

Interior Compact Fluorescent Lamps, Screw-In (Replacing Incandescent): CFL – Screw-in (31W – 115W) High wattage CFLs must replace existing incandescent lamps. The lamp must have a minimum luminous efficacy of 65 lumens per watt (LPW).

L03

Interior Compact Fluorescent Lamps, Screw-In (Replacing Incandescent): CFL - Downlight, Dimmable or 3-way Must replace existing incandescent lamps, metal halide or induction lamps, or other non-CFL with Specialty CFLs such as PAR, 3-way, dimmable. The lamps must qualify under ENERGY STAR® criteria, if applicable for the type of lamp.

L04 L05

Interior Hardwired Compact Fluorescent Fixtures (Replacing Incandescent) For interior hardwired CFL fixtures, only complete new fixtures or modular hardwired retrofits with hardwired electronic ballasts qualify. The CFL ballast must be programmed start or programmed rapid start with a power factor (PF) ≥ 0.90 and a total harmonic distortion (THD) ≤ 20%. Screw-in CFLs are not eligible for this incentive.

L06 L07 L08 L09

Interior Permanent Lamp Removal (Pre-Notification Application is Required) Incentives are offered for the permanent removal of existing fluorescent lamps. Permanent lamp removal is the net reduction in the quantity of lamps. Customers are responsible for determining whether or not to use reflectors in combination with lamp removal in order to maintain adequate lighting levels. Lighting levels are required to meet the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) recommended light levels for the occupancy and use. U tube lamps are eligible for this measure and will be considered as a 4-foot lamp. Unused lamps, lamp holders, and ballasts must be permanently removed from the fixture and disposed of in accordance with local regulations. This measure is applicable when retrofitting from T12 lamps to T8 lamps or reconfiguring a T8 fixture to reduce the number of lamps. Removing lamps from a T12 fixture that is not being retrofitted with T8 lamps are not eligible for this incentive. A Pre-Notification Application is required for lamp removal projects in order for PECO to conduct a pre-retrofit inspection.

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LIGHTING SPECIFICATIONS
Table 1. High Performance 4-foot T-8 Lamps and Ballasts Performance Characteristics for Systems ≥ 90 Mean Lumens per Watt (MLPW) for Instant Start Ballasts Mean System Efficacy ≥ 88 MLPW for Programmed Rapid Start Ballasts Performance Characteristics for Lamps Color Rendering Index (CRI) ≥ 80 Minimum Initial Lamp Lumens ≥ 3100 Lumens* Lamp Life ≥ 24,000 Hours Lumen Maintenance or Minimum ≥ 94 % or≥ 2900 Mean Lumens Mean Lumens Performance Characteristics for Ballasts Instant Start Ballast (BEF) Norm Lamps Low BF ≤ 0.85 High BF ≥ 1.01 0.85 < BF ≤ 1.0 1 > 3.08 > 3.11 NA 2 > 1.60 > 1.58 > 1.55 3 ≥ 1.04 ≥ 1.05 ≥ 1.04 Ballast Efficacy Factor (BEF) BEF=(BFx100)/Ballast Input Watts 4 ≥ 0.79 ≥ 0.80 ≥ 0.77 Programmed Rapid Start Ballast (BEF) 1 ≥ 2.84 ≥ 2.84 NA 2 ≥ 1.48 ≥ 1.47 ≥ 1.51 3 ≥ 0.97 ≥ 1.00 ≥ 1.00 4 ≥ 0.76 ≥ 0.75 ≥ 0.75 Ballast Frequency 20 to 33 kHz or ≥ 40 kHz Power Factor ≥ 0.90 Total Harmonic Distortion ≤ 20% *For lamp with color temperatures ≥ 4500K, 2950 minimum initial lamp lumens are allowed.
Table 2. Reduced Wattage 4-Foot Lamps and Ballasts Performance Characteristics for Lamps1 Mean System Efficacy ≥ 90 MLPW Color Rendering Index (CRI) ≥ 80 ≥ 2585 Lumens for 28 W Minimum Initial Lamp Lumens ≥ 2400 Lumens for 25 W Lamp Life2 ≥ 18,000 hrs at three hours per start ≥ 94% or Lumen Maintenance -or≥ 2430 Lumens for 28 W Minimum Mean Lumens3 ≥ 2256 Lumens for 25 W Performance Characteristics for 28 and 25W Ballasts Ballast Frequency 20 to 33 kHz or ≥ 40 kHz Power Factor ≥ 0.90 Total Harmonic Distortion ≤ 20% 4 Performance Characteristics for Ballasts , 28W systems Ballast Efficacy Factor (BEF) Instant-Start Ballast (BEF): BEF = [BF x 100] / Ballast Input Watts Lamps All Ballast Factor Ranges Based on: 1 ≥ 3.52 (1) Type of ballast 2 ≥ 1.76 (2) No. of lamps driven by ballast 3 ≥ 1.16 (3) Ballast Factor 4 ≥ 0.88 4 Performance Characteristics for Ballasts , 25 W systems Ballast Efficacy Factor (BEF) Instant-Start Ballast (BEF) BEF = [BF x 100] / Ballast Input Watts Lamps All Ballast Factor Ranges Based on: 1 ≥ 3.95 (1) Type of ballast 2 ≥ 1.98 (2) No. of lamps driven by ballast 3 ≥ 1.32 (3) Ballast Factor 4 ≥ 0.99
1 Lamps ≥ 4500 K and/or 24000 hours have a system efficacy specified ≥ 88 MLPW. Minimum initial and mean lumen levels are specified as follows: for 28 W lamps, limits are 2600/2340. For 25 W lamps, limits are 2300/2185.2 Life rating is based on an instant Start Ballast tested in accordance with ANSI protocols. When used for Program Start Ballast, life may be increased depending upon the operating hours per start. 3 Mean lumens measures at 7,200 hours. 4 Multi-Voltage Ballasts must meet or exceed the listed Ballast Efficacy Factor when operated on at least one of the intended operating voltages

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LIGHTING SPECIFICATIONS
Lighting Measure Code Specification

L10 L11

Interior High Performance or Reduced Wattage 4-ft T8: 4-ft Lamps and Ballasts (T12 to HP or RW T8) 8-ft 1-Lamp T12 to 4-ft 2-Lamp HP T8 This measure consists of replacing existing T12 lamps and magnetic ballasts with high performance T8 lamps or reduced wattage (28W or 25W) T8 lamps and electronic ballasts. This measure is based on the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) high performance T8 specification (www.cee1.org) and is summarized in Table 1 on the previous page. A list of qualified lamps and ballasts can be found at: http://www.cee1.org/com/com-lt/com-lt-main.php3. Both the lamp and ballast must meet the specification in order to qualify for an incentive. Incentives for this measure are calculated per number of lamps installed. A manufacturer’s specification sheet for the specific lamp and ballast installed must accompany the application.

L12

Interior High Performance or Reduced Wattage 4-ft T8: 4-ft Reduced Watt Lamp Only (T8 to RW T8) Incentives are offered for replacing 32 Watt T8 lamps with reduced wattage T8 lamps when an electronic ballast is already present. The lamps must be reduced wattage and meet the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) specification (www.cee1.org). Qualified products can be found at: http://www.cee1.org/com/com-lt/com-lt-main.php3. The nominal wattage of the new lamp must be 28W (≥ 2585 Lumens) or 25W (≥ 2400 Lumens) to qualify. The mean system efficacy must be ≥ 90 MLPW, CRI ≥80, and lumen maintenance at 94 percent. A manufacturer’s specification sheet must accompany the application.

L13 L14

Interior Reduced Wattage 8-ft T8 Incentives are offered for replacing T12 lamps and magnetic ballasts with reduced wattage 8-foot T8 lamps and electronic ballasts. Eight-foot lamps must have a minimum MLPW of 90 and must have a nominal wattage of less than or equal to 57 W. A manufacturer’s specification sheet must accompany the application. Retrofits involving eight-foot lamps with a nominal wattage of greater than 57 W will be considered on a custom basis. Interior Standard Linear Fluorescent Retrofit (T12 to T8) Incentives are offered for replacing existing T12 lamps and magnetic ballasts with T8 lamps and electronic ballasts. The electronic ballast must be high frequency (≥20 kHz), UL listed, and warranted against defects for a minimum of 5 years. Ballasts must have a power factor (PF) ≥ 0.90. Ballasts for 4-foot lamps must have total harmonic discharge (THD) ≤ 20 percent at full power output. For 2 and 3-foot lamps, ballasts must have THD ≤ 32 percent at full light output. A manufacturer's specification sheet for the specific lamp and ballast installed must accompany the application. Incentive is also available for 4-foot U-tube T8 lamps and CEE qualified ballasts replacing existing U-tube T12 lamps and magnetic ballasts.

L15 L16 L17 L18

L19

Interior LED Lamp/Fixture See LED specification page.

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Lighting Measure Code Specification

L20 L21 L22 L23

Interior LED, T-1, or Electroluminescent Exit Signs Incentives are offered for high-efficiency single- and double-sided exit signs; enter on line with appropriate existing lamp type (incandescent or CFL). New LED lamps must replace or retrofit an existing incandescent or fluorescent exit sign. Electroluminescent, T1, and light-emitting diode (LED) exit signs are eligible under this category. Non-electrified and remote exit signs are not eligible. All new exit signs or retrofit exit signs must be UL or ETL listed, have a minimum lifetime of 10 years, and have an input wattage ≤ 5 Watts per face or be ENERGY STAR® qualified. Interior Metal Halide: Integrated Ballast Ceramic Metal Halide Lamp Qualifying lamps are 25 watts or less integrated ballast ceramic metal halide PAR lamps with a rated life of 10,500 hours or greater. This measure must replace an incandescent lamp.

L24

L25 L26 L27

Interior Metal Halide: Pulse Start or Ceramic Incentives are offered for retrofits with either pulse start metal halide or ceramic metal halide fixtures that replace existing “standard” probe-start high intensity discharge lamps and ballasts. Total replacement fixture wattage must be at least 30% lower than existing fixture wattage to ensure energy savings. Retrofit kits must be used on existing mercury vapor, standard metal halide or high pressure sodium fixtures only. No new fixtures are allowed.

L28

Interior Induction Lighting Incentives are offered for interior induction lighting. Only new, hard-wired induction fixtures qualify. New fixtures must replace, one for one, existing incandescent, mercury vapor, T12/High Output fluorescent, T12/Very High Output fluorescent, Standard Metal Halide, or High Pressure Sodium fixtures in interior installations. The new fixtures must not exceed the maximum Wattage listed in the table below for each range of lamp Wattage being replaced. Total replacement fixture wattage must be at least 30% lower than existing fixture wattage to ensure energy savings.

L29

Interior Cold Cathode All Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFLs) must replace incandescent lamps that are between 10 and 40 Watts. Product must be rated for at least 18,000 average life hours.

L30

Interior Controls: Occupancy Sensors Passive infrared, ultrasonic detectors and fixture-integrated sensors or sensors with a combination sensor are eligible. All sensors must be hard-wired and control interior lighting fixtures. The incentive is per Watt controlled. An inventory of the controlled fixtures and their wattages must be provided for each sensor. Wattages for this measure must come from the Lighting TRM Wattage Table.

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LIGHTING SPECIFICATIONS
Lighting Measure Code Specification

L31

Interior Controls: Daylight Sensor Controls Incentives are offered for daylight sensor controls in spaces with suitable available ambient light for at least part of the day. Light may be through skylights, clerestories, windows or “light tubes”. The controls can be on/off, stepped or continuous (dimming). The on/off controller should turn off artificial lighting when the interior illuminance meets the desired indoor lighting level. The stepped controller generally dims the artificial lighting 50% when the interior illuminance levels reach 50% of the desired lighting levels. Continuous or dimming controllers dim artificial lighting proportional to the available ambient light. All types of daylight sensor controls are required to be commissioned in order to ensure proper sensor calibration and energy savings. Incentives are per watt controlled.

L32

Interior Controls: Bi-Level Stairwell/Hall/Garage Fixtures with Integrated Sensors Incentives are offered for hardwired two-lamp T8 fluorescent fixtures with electronic ballasts and manufacturer integrated occupancy sensors used in areas where lighting operates 24 hours a day (such as stairwells, halls, and garages). Fixtures with manual override capabilities are not eligible. During occupied periods, the fixture should operate at full light output. The fixture must operate at a wattage that is at least 30% lower than the full output lighting wattage level. This measure is not also eligible for the occupancy sensor incentive.

L33

Conversion to New Interior T8 /T5 Fluorescent Fixtures with Electronic Ballast (Pre-Notification Application is Required) This measure consists of replacing one or more existing fixtures with new fixtures containing T8 or T5 fixtures with electronic ballasts. The electronic ballast must be high frequency ( ≥ 20 kHz), NRTL listed, and warranted against defects for five years. Ballasts must have a power factor (PF) ≥ 0.90. Ballasts for 4-foot lamps must have total harmonic distortion (THD) ≤ 20% at full light output. For 2-foot and 3foot lamps, ballasts must have THD ≤ 32% at full light output. High output T5/T8 lamps also qualify for this rebate. This incentive may be used in high bay and low bay fluorescent applications. Specifications of the new fixtures, lamps and ballasts, must accompany the final application. An inventory of the pre- and post-retrofit fixtures and their wattages must be provided. Wattages for this measure must come from the Lighting TRM Wattage Table. Incentives are only available for new fixtures. Retrofit kits are not considered to be new fixtures.

L34

Exterior Compact Fluorescent Lamps, Screw-in (> 31W) This incentive applies to screw-in lamps and applies only if an incandescent or high-intensity discharge (HID) lamp is being replaced. Total replacement fixture wattage must be at least 30% lower than existing fixture wattage to ensure energy savings.

L35 – L46

LED Traffic and Pedestrian Lights Incentives are offered for LED traffic lights on a per-signal basis (including arrows) that replace or retrofit an existing incandescent traffic signal. Incentives are not available for spare lights. Lights must be hard-wired, with the exception of pedestrian hand signals.

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LIGHTING SPECIFICATIONS
Lighting Measure Code Specification

L47

Streetlights and Exterior Fixtures: Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium Fixture replacing Incandescent or Mercury Vapor Fixture Incentives are offered to replace incandescent or mercury vapor fixtures with high pressure sodium or metal halide fixtures. Total replacement fixture wattage must be at least 30% lower than existing fixture wattage to ensure energy savings.

L48

Streetlights and Exterior Fixtures: Pulse Start or Ceramic Metal Halides replacing ‘Standard’ Probe-Start HID Incentives are offered for retrofits with either pulse start metal halide or ceramic metal halide fixtures that replace existing “standard” probe-start high intensity discharge lamps and ballasts. Total replacement wattage must be 20% lower than existing wattage to ensure energy savings. Retrofit kits must be used on existing mercury vapor, standard metal halide or high pressure sodium fixtures only.

L49 L50 L51

Streetlights and Exterior Fixtures: LED or Induction replacing 175W / 176W - 250W / 251W - 400W Fixture Incentives are offered for replacing existing exterior high intensity discharge or incandescent outdoor light fixtures with LED or Induction fixtures. Existing fixtures must operate > 3,833 hours per year (> 10.5 hours per day). Total replacement fixture wattage must be at least 30% lower than existing fixture wattage to ensure energy savings. LED fixtures must have a minimum efficacy of 35 lumens per watt. Eligible applications include pole-mounted, or canopy lighting and wall-packs. This incentive can be combined with incentives for exterior/garage bi-level control. Incentive is per fixture.

L52

Exterior Bi-Level Fixtures: Bi-Level Fixture Incentives are available for exterior bi-level fixtures. The new fixture must be integrated with occupancy sensor that allows the light to switch between high and low levels based on the presence of vehicle or pedestrian traffic. Switching between high and low light levels based on occupancy maintains sufficient light for security and way-finding while maximizing energy savings. The new fixture must be pulse start metal halide, induction, or LED and have lower nominal wattage than the existing fixture. The reduced wattage lamp must operate at a wattage that is at least 30% lower than the full output lighting wattage level. No additional incentives for this measure can be claimed when applying for this incentive. Incentive is per fixture.

L53

Exterior Bi-Level Fixtures: Bi-Level Stairwell/Hall/Garage Fixtures with Integrated Sensors Incentives are offered for hardwired two-lamp T8 fluorescent fixtures with electronic ballasts and manufacturer integrated occupancy sensors used in areas where lighting operates 24 hours a day (such as stairwells, halls, and garages). Fixtures with manual override capabilities are not eligible. During occupied periods, the fixture should operate at full light output. The fixture must operate at a wattage that is at least 30% lower than the full output lighting wattage level. This measure is not also eligible for the occupancy sensor incentive.

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LIGHTING SPECIFICATIONS
Lighting Measure Code Specification

Conversion to New Exterior T8/T5 Fluorescent Fixtures with Electronic Ballast (Pre-Notification Application is Required) Incentives are offered for replacing one or more existing fixtures with new fixtures containing T8 or T5 lamps and electronic ballasts. The electronic ballast must be high frequency ( ≥ 20 kHz), UL listed, and warranted against defects for 5 years. Ballasts must have a power factor (PF) ≥ 0.90. Ballasts for 4foot lamps must have total harmonic distortion (THD) ≤ 20% at full light output. For 2- and 3-foot lamps, ballasts must have THD ≤ 32% at full light output. High output T5/T8 lamps also qualify for this rebate. L54 Incentives for this measure are calculated based on the reduction in connected watts. A PreNotification Application is required for this measure in order for PECO to conduct a pre-retrofit inspection. Specifications of the new fixtures, lamps and ballasts, must accompany the final application. Incentives are only available for new fixtures and the maximum incentive amount is $200 per fixture. An inventory of the pre- and post-retrofit fixtures and their wattages must be provided. Wattages for this measure must come from the Lighting TRM Wattage Table. Retrofit kits are not considered to be new fixtures. Note: PCB ballasts and lamps are hazardous materials and must be disposed of properly by the Applicant.

L55 L56 L57

Parking Garage Application (24-hour Operation): LED or Induction replacing 175W / 176W - 250W / 251W - 400W Fixture Incentives are available in garage applications for replacing existing high intensity discharge fixtures with LED or Induction fixtures. Fixture replacement must result in at least a 30% power reduction. LED fixtures should have a minimum efficacy of 35 lumens per watt.

L58

Parking Garage Application (24-hour Operation): Screw-in CFLs > 31W This incentive applies to screw-in lamps and applies only if an incandescent or high-intensity discharge (HID) lamp is being replaced. Lamp/ballast combination must have an efficacy ≥40 lumens per Watt (LPW). Total replacement fixture wattage must be at least 30% lower than existing fixture wattage to ensure energy savings. Parking Garage Application (24-hour Operation): Metal Halide Fixtures (Pulse Start or Ceramic) 350W – 400W Incentives are offered for retrofits with either pulse start metal halide or ceramic metal halide fixtures that replace existing “standard” probe-start high intensity discharge lamps and ballasts. Total replacement wattage must be lower than existing wattage to ensure energy savings. This measure is subject to possible pre-inspection. Retrofit kits must be used on existing mercury vapor, standard metal halide or high pressure sodium fixtures only. No new fixtures are allowed. Total replacement fixture wattage must be at least 30% lower than existing fixture wattage to ensure energy savings.

L59

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LIGHTING SPECIFICATIONS
Lighting Measure Code Specification

L60 L61 L62

Parking Garage Application (12-hour Operation): LED or Induction replacing 175W / 176W - 250W / 251W - 400W Fixture Incentives are available in garage applications for replacing existing high intensity discharge fixtures with LED or Induction fixtures. Fixture replacement must result in at least a 30% power reduction. LED fixtures should have a minimum efficacy of 35 lumens per watt.

L63

Parking Garage Application (12-hour Operation): Screw-in CFLs > 31W This incentive applies to screw-in lamps and applies only if an incandescent or high-intensity discharge (HID) lamp is being replaced. Lamp/ballast combination must have an efficacy ≥40 lumens per Watt (LPW). Total replacement fixture wattage must be at least 30% lower than existing fixture wattage to ensure energy savings.

L64

Parking Garage Application (12-hour Operation): Metal Halide Fixtures (Pulse Start or Ceramic) 350W – 400W Incentives are offered for retrofits with either pulse start metal halide or ceramic metal halide fixtures that replace existing “standard” probe-start high intensity discharge lamps and ballasts. Total replacement wattage must be lower than existing wattage to ensure energy savings. This measure is subject to possible pre-inspection. Retrofit kits must be used on existing mercury vapor, standard metal halide or high pressure sodium fixtures only. No new fixtures are allowed. Total replacement fixture wattage must be at least 30% lower than existing fixture wattage to ensure energy savings.

L65

Interior Parking Garage Lighting Bi-Level Control with Override: Bi-Level Wall Pack Fixture Incentives are offered for bi-level fixtures in interior parking garage applications. These fixtures are intended for use in areas where high lighting levels are required when occupied, but are actually unoccupied for the majority of the time. These fixtures employ a motion sensor-type lighting switch to provide lower levels of light while unoccupied, and full illumination while occupied. Incentive is per fixture. The reduced wattage lamp must operate at a wattage that is at least 30% lower than the full output lighting wattage level. This measure cannot be combined with interior occupancy sensors for garage applications. No additional incentives for this measure can be claimed when applying for this incentive. This measure applies to fixtures that operate at 24 hours.

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LIGHTING SPECIFICATIONS
Lighting Measure Code Specification

Conversion to New Interior Parking Garage T8/T5 Fluorescent Fixtures with Electronic Ballast (Pre-Notification Application is Required) Incentives are offered for replacing one or more existing fixtures with new fixtures containing T8 or T5 lamps and electronic ballasts. The electronic ballast must be high frequency ( ≥ 20 kHz), UL listed, and warranted against defects for 5 years. Ballasts must have a power factor (PF) ≥ 0.90. Ballasts for 4foot lamps must have total harmonic distortion (THD) ≤ 20% at full light output. For 2- and 3-foot lamps, ballasts must have THD ≤ 32% at full light output. High output T5/T8 lamps also qualify for this rebate. L66 Incentives for this measure are calculated based on the reduction in connected watts. A PreNotification Application is required for this measure in order for PECO to conduct a pre-retrofit inspection. Specifications of the new fixtures, lamps and ballasts, must accompany the final application. Incentives are only available for new fixtures and the maximum incentive amount is $200 per fixture. Retrofit kits are not considered to be new fixtures. Note: PCB ballasts and lamps are hazardous materials and must be disposed of properly by the Applicant.

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LED LIGHTING SPECIFICATIONS
Option A: The integral lamp or fixture must appear on the Energy Star Qualified Products List or the Design Lights Consortium Qualified Products List.

Energy Star Qualified Fixture Product List: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=ssl.display_products_com_excel Energy Star Qualified Integral LED lamps: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=iledl.display_products_excel Energy Star Qualified Commercial LED Lighting: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=ssl.display_products_com_excel Design Lights Qualified Product List: http://www.designlights.org/documents/NEEPDLCQPL_Public.pdf Option B: Please submit the following documents: 1. Manufacturer’s product information sheet 2. LED package/fixture specification sheet 3. Manufacturer should provide methodology for calculation and justification of product lifetime estimates 4. A complete IESNA LM-79-08 test report(s) for product testing conducted at approved labs for each product. The report should include the following information a. Photometric measurements (i.e. light output and efficacy) b. Colorimetry report (i.e. CCT and CRI) c. Electrical measurements (i.e.) input voltage, current, power, power factor, etc.) 5. Lumen Maintenance report (select one of the following two options and submit all the corresponding documents. a. Option 1: Compliance through component performance (for the corresponding LED package) i. IESNA LM-80 test report ii. In-Situ Temperature Measurements Test (ISTMT) report. iii. Schematic/photograph from LED package manufacturer that shows the specified temperature measurement point (TMP) b. Option 2: Compliance through luminaire performance i. IESNA LM-79-08 report at 0 hours (same file as item #3 above) ii. IESNA LM-79-08 report at 6000 hours after continuous operation in the appropriate ANSI/UL 1598 environment (use ANSI/UL 1574 for track lighting systems).
LEDs that do not appear on the “Qualified Products” lists of either Energy or Design Lights Consortium will be evaluated using the minimum performance criteria in the appropriate product category from either Energy Star or Design Lights Consortium for the follow variables: • • • • • • Light output in lumens Luminaire efficacy (lm/W) Color rendering index (CRI) Correlated color temperature (CCT) LED lumen maintenance at 6000 hrs Manufacturer’s estimated lifetime for L70 (70% lumen maintenance at end of useful life)

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