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The lighting industry's broadest line of incandescent, fluorescent and HID lamps designed to reduce lighting energy costs

SYI \I\NIA

GUIDE TO
ENERGY.

SIVING LAMPS

NEW LAMPS...NEW SAVINGS...PLUS ROI. THE BOTTOM.LINE BENEFIT ITH SYLVANIA VALUE-ADDED LAMPS!
ln this special Guide, you'll find today's broadest selection of energy-saving lamps...types and sizes to meet almost every lighting need. lncluded are exciting new products of Sylvania leadership in lamp technology-for example, new Sylvania Capsylite'* A-line incandescents, today's most outstanding, cost-saving, long-life choice for billions of fixtures. Other types in the extensive Sylvania energy-saving line can save you more than 500/o in lighting energy costs. To underline the substantial economies available wiih Sylvania energy-saving lamps, we have introduced a practical new way to evaluate value-added lighting in terms of Return On lnvestment.

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SUPERSAVER@ PLUSFLUoRESGENTS
Supersaver Plus fluorescents feature cathode dlsconnect switches that save you an extra 2.5 watts over ordinary energy-savlng fluorescents. That adds up to $4.00 over rated lamp life at an electric rate of $.08i KWH. And.. compared to standard 40'watt fluorescent lamps, energy sav ngs are $15.20 per lampl Rated at 32 watts, SuperSaver EUg lamps provide llght levels equal to or better than 34 watt energy-saving lamps, and are direct replacements for these lamps on single- and two-iamp rapid-start magnet c ballasts meeting ANSI specifications. For the additional cost of $1 .29 over standard 4o-watt Cool White
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EI NEw! CAPSYLITE'' INCANDESCENTS More energy savings, longer life, whitet b ghter light! l|'s a
whole new concept in incandescent lamps from the leader in tungsten halogen capsule technology. New Capsylite incandescents slash lamp energy costs as much as 3l o/o . .. average 3500 hours life and produce a beautiful white light with excellent color rendition. Available in 42-, 52- and 72-wat s zes. For the additronal cost of $.71 for a 72-watt Capsylite lamp over a 1 00-watt long-lile incandescent, your ROI s over 850 o/o ..

ered. More importantly, they cut energy consumption up to 750lol A g-watt Twin Tube, for example, can replace a 40-watt incandescent and provide more lioht for a fraction o{ the energy cost, and advanced Sylvania rare earth phosphors provide color that blends well with incandescent lighting.

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New Double Twin Tube fluorescents offer nearly the light output of comparable-wattage s ngle Twin Tu be lamps, but fit even more compact lixtures. Compared to a 60-watt incandescent providing 890 lumens, 9-watt Double Twin Tubes provide 575 lumens, and 13-watt Double Twln Tubes provide 860 lumens. That's almost the same light output for one third the wattage. Double Twin Tube lamps are ideal where more light rs needed but space restrictions oI smallfi)tures limit lamp size. Their 10,000 hour life is 10 times the life of standard incandescents.

used rn many applications where only incandescents have previous y been consid-

EI NEw! TWIN TUBE FLUoRESGENT ADAPTER
The new Sylvania Twin Tube adapter converts existing rncandescent flxtures to your cho ce of 5-, 7- or g-watt Tw n Tube or 9-watt Double Twin Tube fluorescent lighting for energy savings of uploTOo/o. The adapter simply screra,s into standard medlum base sockets and operates the Twln or Double Twin Tube lamps. The adapters beveled shoulders sllp readily past spring clips in reflector houslngs, and molded slots accommodate tab e lamp harps.
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spectively. The 150-watt Capsylite can also be used in place ot 150-watt quarE-type PAR lamps, providing more light for half the lamp cost. All three wattages available in flood, spot and narrow spot beam patterns. For the additional cost of $1.96 jor a go-watt Capsylite PAR 38 {lood over a standard 150-walt PAR llood yaqiQlE_ayefggQ%

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36 12-voLT LAMPS

These excluslve, low-wattage Sylvania 36-walt lamps use 25q0 less energy yet shine as bright, and last twice as long (4,000 hours) as standard so-watt PAR 36 lamps. Their tungsten-halogen capsule provides brllliant white light that renders colors beautilully. Excellent for retail store merchandising and other applrcations where co or ls important. Available with ciear lenses in wlde flood, narrow spot and very narrow spot. Wlde flood is also available in seven

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A totally new, energy-saving, long-life lamp. See product

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ELLIPSoIDAL REFLECToR LAMPS

By focusing the llght beam, these refiector lamps prevent beams from "fann ng" and wasting illumination. This de,

sign is most effective in recessed fixtures that use reflector flood lamps. Etfic ent I ght control saves up to 5Oo/o on energy. Avaiable n 50-, 75- and 12o-watt floods, and 50watt prnk.

NEW SUPERSAVER@ REFLECTOR LAMPS
PAR 3g LAMPS Capsylite PAR lamps offer a remarkab e 40qo reduction n energy consumption. The 45-watt Capsylite is designed to replace conventional 75-watt lamps, while the 90- and 150-watt Capsylites replace 150-and 250-watt lamps re-

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$4.80 in electricity over life. Unique lens and reflector oesigns enhance PAR 38 la.np perfor.nance. Available n 55-. 65-.and 120-wan sizes, these lamps save up to 200lo on energy while providing the same usable lrght output as higher-wattage convent onal PAR lamps. 12o-watt lamps are also available w th a compact, space-saving, side-prong base.

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SUPERSAVER@ STANDARD LIFE

INCANDESCENTS
Standard-li{e SuperSaver incandescent lamps are ideal for reducing energy consumption up to 150/o in table lamps, wall sconces, closets, storage areas and slmilar accessible areas. These lamps produce more lumens per watt than standard incandescents. Available n 34-, 52-, 67-, 90- and 135-watt sizes.

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SUPERSAVER@ DECOR LAMPS

Now available in candelabra and medium bases for more applications than everl Krypton-gas flll increases brightness at lower wattages and retards tungsten filament evaporation to lmprove lamp life. Avallable in whlte, clear or ceramicJrost bent-t p designs. Long 4000-hour lile plus
200lo energy savingsl

Small, 12-volt tungsten halogen accent lamps offer btg energy savings. These small dichroic refiector lamps pro, vide optimum optical control with excellent color rendition. More attractive I;xtures can be used in track llghtino and downlighting applications that formerly called for 150 watt standard PAR flood 1amps. 2O-, 42-, 50- and 65-watt s zes are offered in a w de variety of beam spreads.

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INCANDESCENT LAMPS
These krypton gasJilled incandescent lamps reduce energy consumption up to 15 percenl and, except for the 135-watt s ze, provide the same light output as the ord nary higher-wattage 2500-hour long-life incandescent types. Long-li{e Supersaver XL lamps are ideal for reducing energy costs and re-

Krypton gas-filled long life Hi-Lo lamps deliver a 100/o savings ln energy and more light at the high sett ng than 3way lamps. Advanced d ode circuitry with a single filament provides far greater rel ab lity, el m natrng the nuisance of oneJilament fa lures in 3-way Jampsl

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SUPERSAVER LAMPS Use these 400' and 1200-watt lamps n place of 500- and
1500-watt standard lamps and save energy where lower light output is acceptable. Tubu ar design enhances widearea flood lighting. Excellent color rendering. Approximatelv 970lo of initial lrght mately lioht output outout retained re.tained over over lfe. I fe For the addrtional cost o{ $1.33 for the 400-watt Super Saver over a standard lamp, yplLBQ|S avall QQ
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FLuoREscENTs

The energy-saving lamps with the built-in bonus. See product "4" on introductory pages.

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ocTRoN@ FLUORESCENTS

Maxium efficiency Octron fluorescent lamps w th the trim I " diameter are now available in 2 ', 3 ', 4 ', and 5 ' engths for a wider range of applications. Fluorescent system performance is enhanced by high lamp operating efflciency and by Octron s small diameter a low ng rmproved flxture opt cs. Four-toot Octro^ lignting systems wirh e ecrronic ba lasts cr.it energy consumorion uo to 400/0 over oroinary four-foot systems. Octron lamps are avai able in three co or temperatures, 3100K, 3500K and 4100K, each with a CRI of 75 for excellent color rendition.

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NEW! OCTRON CURVALUME@ LAMPS

With Octron Curva ume, Sy van a introduces the latest nnovatjon in high efficiency T-8 lamp technology. Octron Curvalume lamps, with their unique 15/s " leg spacing, make more compact frxture design and mo.e ellrc ent tlLorescent systems poss ble. This new family of lamps operate on existing ballasts designed to operate comparable wattage straight Octron lamps, have medium bipin bases, a CRI o{ 75 and are available in three color temperatures: 3100K, 3500K and 4100K.

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SUPERSAVER U-SHAPED CURVALUME@ FLUORESCENTS
SuperSaver Curvalume fluorescents reduce energy consumption by 140lo compared to conventlonal 40-watt U shaped lamps. (Llght leve s are reduced by about 12%.) Excellent for two{oot-square, two-lamp fixtures. At 8C/KWH you save $20 per two-lamp fixture.

SUPERSAVER@ FLUORESCENTS ln two lamp sy€tems, SuperSaver fluorescents use g-200lo less energy than standard fluorescents. They are ideal where_a modest reduction in llght output s acceptable. SuperSaver fluorescents are avai able n a wlde range of types and co ors.

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Designer'*Series
When Sy van a L ght ng invented a dual coated phosphor o'ocess. our tech.']orogV broLgnt tl,o'esceni arrp desiq'l lo a ^ew I gl'l ng ll-'cshold. -h s oreakt".ouoh a lowed ror the introduction of Sylvania Designer fiuorescent colors, the first general lighting f uorescent tam ly to comb ne

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ene,gy-sav ngs r gh lig^t ou.loui ano nproved co'o' rendenng qua rty rn one lamp. SuperSaver T12 f uorescents are made ln several De signer colo.s Royal Wl- te 3K (3000h I D30 (Desig.rer 3000K). D35 rDesigner 3500K). and D41 lDes gn-e. 4100K). These four arnp colors give the des gner and lamp speclf er the color fam Iy required to f t a great range of lighting applications easiy with energy effrciency.

Cut yaur lighting energy costs 33 or 50010. Now rated at 30.000 rou's ave age te. Il.r ll/lVatc I uorescents casave S"0 pe.2 lar'.rp f xtL,re over Ife at$.08/KWH. Thrift/Mate lamps can increase the life of the comoanlon lamp n the crrcult. Simply change half the amps in each f xture to Thrrft/Mate 50 or Thrlft/Mate 33 and vou reduce energv co^sunptor by 5Ooo o. 33oo .especiively. L ghr evels a'e reouced prooortionately. b-r lignt d sr. buton rema ns -niforTr. ldeal w^e'e ower powe. ano lgnr.evels
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Standard Colors
The originalSuperSaver lamps are ava lable in a w de range of co ors including: Cool White, Warm Wh te,Cool Whlte De uxe, Warm White De uxe, Wh te, L te Wh te and Daylight in a range of arnp types.

Replace 60-watt ncandescent amps with these medium base 22 watt fluorescent units and enloy dramatic 600/0 energy sav ngs, plus ncreased iqht output and i2,000hour life. Warm White units with therrnal protection swltch are deal {o. d ff ;c- I to-serv,ce applicarions. Co or Brie units are g'eal {o. resioenlia app CaLons \^nere wdrm co or ard good co or renoir.on ,s ve.y irrpoda^1.

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LUMALUX@ STANDBY LAMPS
After momenlary power failure, the unheated "standby" arc tL,be will strike to provide light as soon as power is restored. This eliminates the normal time required for arc tube cool-down and the need for a standbv incandescent c rcuit in the fixture. This can rncrease safety in dangerous industr al environments.

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METALARC@ LAMPS

Excellent color rendering... high light ouput...widest selection. Sylvania lvletalarc and Super Metalarc lamps are your best choice where you want whitef more natural'looking HID lightlng. Super Metalarc lamps provide up to five times more light output than comparable-wattage incandescent lamps. Clear and coated types avaiiable, rnclud' ing 3K lamps for enhanced coior renderlng capabilities. 100 to 1500 watts.

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METALARCO LAMP
Excellent color rendering in a lowwattage HID lamp. Sized to jit small fixtures and jdeal lor low ce ling nstallations, this energy-saving, compact, high-output Metalarc lamp was devel oped to replace 200-, 300- or even

500-watt incandescents, and 200watt self-ballasted mercury lamps
By replacing mercury lamps with Unalux lamps you can save 140lo in energy consumption while getting up to 890/0 more liqht output over lile. These high pressure sodium lamps are available as direct, energy-saving re placements for many mercury lnstallatlons. 150-,

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UrunTUx. RETROFIT LAMPS

215-,360- and B8O-watt

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!NCANDESCENT LAMPS

Life Incandescents

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HiL.o 2-Way LampS

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50ER30(120,130V) $4.00 50

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CapsyliterM PAR 36-12 VOlt LahPS
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FLUORESCENT LAMPS

Fluorescent Lam
St3ndard Lamp F4OCW

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