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Holophane" Prismawrap" fluorescent lenses.

Injection-molded acrylic and optional impact-resistant acrylic.
Designed for wide spacing.

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Crisp,compact lenses provide uniform light distribution, using fewer watts and fewer fixtures.

Trim Prismawrap lenses distribute a
broader light pattern than conventional wraparound lenses, and achieve uniform footcandle levels with the 1,2,3 or 4 lamp units spaced farther apart. This means lower initial costs and reduced energy consumption for continued savings.

Optics minimize glare.
Specially engineered sidewall optics deliver an upward component that reduces ceiling contrast, and a downward component below the glare zone that directs more useful light into the work area. This is achieved by precise Holophane prismatic design and advanced injection -molding techniques. Thus, glare is minimized. The uplight prismatic component and the bollom Lransverse ano rongitudinal pr,sr design of the 6100-A make it idealfor continuous-row application in corridors and aisles up to 10' wide. Unique prismatic array of the 7100-A and 7400-A provides a widespread light distribution, obscures lamp images and masks dark lamp ends for clean, crisp luminaire appearance.
Cutaway seclion of Holophane Prismawrap 7100-A ens, showing precise control of light.

Performance.tested.
Prismawrap lenses are manuf actured from tough, crystal clear acrylic. Performance -tested in thousands of applicatlons, Prismawrap is the logical choice for highly efficient wraparound fluorescent lenses.

lmpact-reslstant option.
The standard acrylic Prismawrap lenses are exceptionally srrorg. But for pLblrc areas such as schools and halways where vandalism can create severe breakage problems, 7100-DR-A and 7400-DF -A high-impact resistant lenses are also available.

These Plexiglas DR. lenses, molded of high-impact resistant acrylic, offer the same light distribution as the standard
Prismawrap lenses, yet have 3 to 5 times the impact strength ol standard ones. Thus, costly replacement of vandalized lenses and lamps can be greatly reduced.
'Plexiglas and DR are registered lrademarks of

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lllumination data.

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Coetficients of Utilization. Zonal Cavity Method.'
No.6100-A No.7100-A
No. 7400-A

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Average Luminance in Footlamberts.
45' 60'
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Scientif ic lens design produces superior lighting.

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brighlness contrast is minimized. Exterior s dewal prisms ditfuse the lamp
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Fatio ol spacinq to mounring heiqht

Spacing of 1.65 times mounting heighl produces

vidualy unlfom lightng, while IES-accepiable evels
'For 7100-OR-A and 7400-DR-A lenses, use .88 multip y ng faclor. Test results supplied upon requosl.
of unitormity can be maintained with spacing ratios oi up to 1.8:1.

Lens data.
6100-A
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Specifications.
No.6100-A

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Dimensions (in inches)*
Cat. No. 6100-A 7100-A,710GDR-A Length
4A-11/32

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4-13/16 8-39/64 13-17/32

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2-29/32
2-5/A

4a-1/2 4A-1/2

7400-4,740GDR-A

'All dimensions are nominal.

The lens shall be injection-molded of clear acrylic plastic, meeting the ASTI\y' specif ications f or methacrylate molding compounds D-788-69A. The overall length of the lens including end caps shall be 48-1 1/32", the width, 4-13./16", and the depth, 2-29/32" . Minimum unpenetrated thickness shall be 3/32". The bottom surface shall be covered with transverse and longitudinal prisms. The inside of the bottom shall be smooth. The sidewalls shall have vertical prisms and flutes on the outside and horizontal light-splitting prisms on the inside. The luminous output shall be as shown on Photometric Test Repoi #2144O-A'.

The bottom surface shall be covered by three stripes of transverse prisms separated by two stripes of conical prisms, except at the ends where it shall be covered completely by conical prisms. The sidewalls shall have horizontal lighlsplitting prisms on the inside and vertical prisms and llutes on the outside.
'1.1:1 uniformity shall be achieved with a spacing of 1.8 times mounting height.

Plexiglas DR lenses
Lenses shall be molded of 100% Plexiglas DR-61K(100). At room temperature (25'C, 77'F), the impact strength will be three times that of standard acrylic lenses. Lurninous output shall be as shown on Photometric Test Repotl #31072 for 7100-DR-A, and #31070 for 7400-DR-A.

No.7100-A
The lens shall be in jection-molded of clear acrylic plastic meeting the ASTIV1 specif ications f or .nethacrylate molding compounds D-788-69A. The overall length of the lens, including end caps, shall be 48-1l2", the width, S-39/64", and the depth,2-518". [,4inimum unpenetrated thickness shall be 3/32".

When tested in a fixture finished with a baked white enamel paint of at least 88% reflectance and with two F40CW, 3100 lumen lamps spaced 3-3l8" on centers and 1-7/ 16" above the surface of the lens bottom, the luminous output shall be as shown on Photornetric Test Report #31071 . No. 7400-A The lens shall be injection-molded of clear acrylic plastic meeting the ASTL4 specif ications f or methacrylate moldrng compounds D-788-69A. The overall length of the trough-shaped lens, including end caps, shall be 48-1l2", the widIh, 13-17 /32" , and the depth, 2-518". l\.4inimum unpenetrated thickness shall 6e 3/32" . The bottom surface shall be covered by four stripes of transverse prisms separated by three stripes ot conical shaped prisms, except at the ends where it shall be covered completely by conical prisms. The sidewalls shall have horizontal light-splitting prisms on the inside and vertical prisms and flutes on the outside. When tested in a fixture finished with a baked white enamelpaint of at least 88% reflectance and with four F40CW, 3100 lumen lamps spaced 2-3l4" on centers and 1-7/:6" above the surface of the lens bottom, the luminous output shall be as shown on Photometric Test Report

Warranty Fefer to the Holophane limited 1 year material warranty on this product, which is published in the "Terms and Condilions sectron of the currenr price
schedule, and is available from your local Holophane sales representative.
The physica properties ol the Ho ophare Pr smaMap 6100-A,7100 Aand7400 A enses represenl typica average vaues oblained in accorda.ce wilh accepled lesl melhods atio.s. They are and are slbjel lo normal manulaclur ng suppied as alechnicalsetuce and are slbjecito change wthoul nolce Checkyourloca Holophane saes qo'oprdr d ro dssrre ! r|erl 'Fp.-dllol.e d v s o. ol Johns Ma.v le Sales Corporalon

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Contact your local Holophane lighting sales representative for application assistance, computer-aided design and cost studies, and sample units lor trial installation. For information on other J-M products and systems, callthe Product lnformation Center at 303-979-1000. After June 1,1981 call 303-978-4900.

Johns-Manville
Holophane D v., Johns'Manvlle Sales Coe., Ken-CarylRanch, Denver, Colo.80217/ Canad an Johns-Manville, Holophane D v., Bramalea, Onl., and St. Hyacinlhe, Q!e., Canada/ Holophane Europe Limited, Bond Ave., L4ilton Keynes MK1 lJG, England / Holophane S.A. de C.V., Aparlado Posia 75-415, M€xlco 14, D.F., Mexico

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The Plexiglas DR high-impact resistant lens is designed for maximum durabilily.

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products telerred to herein are produced and/or marketed by subsidiaries ol Manville corporalion, Johns-Manville Corporation, Manville Building Materials Corporation' Manville Products Corporation and Manville lnternational Corporation