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These trends make lighting more

MERCURY

FLUOR

ESCENT

to

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

Lumens per wolt have greatly increased with continued advances

in vaporJight-source efficiency. For exampie, a four-foot fluo-

rescent gave 2000 lumens in 1940, now gives 6900 lumens. And
a 400-watt mercury went from a lumen rating of 13,200 lumens
to a rating of 22,000 iumens today.

Residentiol lighting with efficient, modern luminaires enables

progressive communities to make streets safe and attractive and


helps to build civic pride. New luminaires, such as the M-250R,

take advantage of low equipment, operating and maintenance


costs which make good residential lighting feasible.

I
I

FI LAM ENT

FLUORESCENT

*,**::;";

6MOS]YR

2 YRS

3 YRS

4 YRS

Relotive life of vapor lamps has increased many times over


filament lamps, changing many relamping and maintenance
expense figures of even a few years ago. New Bonus Line mercury
lamps have an average life of over 4 years and fluorescent lamps
two years compared to 9 months for filament 1amps.

Underground distribution offers forward-looking communities an

attractive "wireless" view which complements modern archi-

tecture. Appearance is enhanced by General Electric's stylish


street lighting luminaires. Power failures due to storms are
virtually eliminated, making community streets safe at all times.

PUBLIC BUILDINGS

COPPER UP ]79%
MOTOR VEHICLES UP 15?"/.

COAL UP I26 %

COST PER LUMEN

DOWN 20%
t963

Unitized equipmenls-such as fluorescent or mercury iuminaires


pre-wired
terminal boards eliminate separateiy mounted ballasts or other
"extras." This revolutionary progress makes it more economical
to instali and maintain outdoor lighting equipment.

with built-in ballasts, capacitors, controls, and

Lower price-actually 20 percent lower than

in 1939 is what ^

:::iiI.':ls:i.:",:1'"u::l'sTlf.'.if ':::i::'3"'J;'"",::'i:o
prices
these results, the chart shows increases in
some other things cities and utilities buy.

since 1939 to

r
I

economical, feasible

Toble of Contents
Lighring

lrends

Applicotion guide
SECTION

2-3

chqrl.

APPTICATION DATA

Residentiol ond light-troffic slreels. . . .

streels....

Medium-lroffic

6-7

Business ond heovy-trqffic streets. . .

Whitewoys
Whitewoy lighting, or use of high light levels downtown, has
greatly helped to revitalize the central part of cities weakened by
a trend to the suburbs. Creating "whiteways" of four, five or
even ten footcandles has been found to be a positive first step
with a visible and immediately measurable payoff.

8-9

8-l

underposses
Decorqlive lighting
"Privqle lighting"
Highwoys qnd

SECTION

4-s

12-13

l4-l

16-17

PRODUCT DATA

Mercury luminoires qnd bollosts. .. ..

luminoires....
Filomenl luminqires
Multiple conlrol equipmenl
lomp dqtq.
Brockels
Poles
Fluorescent

l8-21
22-23
24-25
26-27
28
29

30-31

Highwoy lighring of the ten critical areas of driver decision is


more prevalent, with many locales continuously lighting heavily
travelled stretches. Comparisons of accident rates on lighted
versus unlighted highways fully justify the investment on the
basis of safety and convenience.

Applicotion Guide Chod


Vehiculor troffic, both

direclioni, during the hour


of moximum ofter-dork

Pedeslrions

0- 150
150 500

(footco ndles)

Scc Poge No.

Moinl.

Averoge of

or
croisings

little

rcsid ontio

o.2

1-5

light troffic
light troffic
lighf troffic

o,1
0.6
0.8

4-5
4-5
1-5

med. lroffic
med. troffic

0.8

6-7
6-7

heovy troffic
heovy troffic

t.0

edium

500-1200

medium

1200 or more

medium

heovy

bu5;ners st..

heovy

1.0

1.2

1.2-5.O

5.0 & up

Urbon ond rurol highwoys

Privqle lighring-the term given to the renting of street lighting


equipment to private home and property owners-adds nighttime safety and convenience to any area. For homeowners, it
offers protection from vandals; for businessmen, it attracts
customers; for utilities, new and profitable load.

Strcct

litil e
heovy

Retoil businers oreo


importont retoil bus.

llluminotion

Rccomn end cd
Bcst
Lighting
Syslom

Street

Clo:sificotion*

moYemeni

(vehicles per hour)

Minimum

using
sid ewo lks

89
89
8-9

8-9- lO

II

12,13

Underposres

12-13

"Privqte Lighting"-Suburbon lighting, form.t6ds. drivcwoys, rurol

t6-17

conmerciol buiiness

* Standud vehiculr tramc classifications tre set by Institute of Traffic Engineers. Light levels for residential and ttaffic streets and highways re from
Illuminating Engineering S@iety Practice as approved by American Standdds Assciation.

SECTI0N 1: APPLIGATI0N

DATA lishtins residentiol

ond

mercury
luminoire: Type M-100
Lomp: 100-watt clear
mercury

height: 25 feet
Photometric curve: 35-174060
Mounting

Moinienonceforlor:

0.66*

---J
-*l ros-zor'F

---l

I
sb'

O.2O.0.25 FTC (CALCULATED


AVG. MAINTAINED) MEETS
ASA-I ES RECOMMENDATION S

mercury
tt*r,,lil

Luminoire: Type M-250"

Lomp: 175-watt clear mercury


Mounling

height: 25 feet nominal

Pholomelric

doto: 22lH6l5

Moinlenonce

-+

0,77*

PLAN
t- T, 30I

rYPr,cAi

266,-25e'---------------*1

O,34-O.43 FTC (CALCULATED

-l
f

foclor:

AVG. MAINTAINED) MEETS

ASA-IES

RECOMMENOATIONS

[-

luorescent

Luminqire: Form
Lomps

(2):

Mounting

204

4-foot High Output (4150 lumens each)


26 feet

height:

Pholomelriccurve: 221H428
Moinlenonce

fqclor:

0.58*

Ambient lemperqlure: 50"F

O.2I -O.23 FTC (CALCULATED


AVG. r\,,lAl NTAI NED) M E ETS
ASA-I ES RECOMMENDATIONS

* All maintenance factors based on end-oflife lumcn ratings and 0.85 dirt factor.

f'
I

light-trqffic streets
Cotolog numbers

Guide

for olher opplicotion conditions

o.7

TUMINAIRE
120-volt
Control

Luminoire

With photoelectric conlrol

czl 0G003

Without pholoeleclric control

c710GOO4

c402G200

q
U
J
o
2
o
F
o
o
U

IAMP

ASA Code

G-E Order Code

Cleor Mercury

00438-{

\
lAr

o.4

a
=

Sa"

'^i

a
F

(for wood-pole mounting)

BRACKET

o.5

z
H38-4HT

o.6

o.3

___*:o.2

Aluminum

c620G003

Steel

cd2 I G003

:\

r40

200

t70

230

STAGGERED OR ONE SIDE SPACING (FEET)


Solid lines indicote recommended condiiions

Coiolog numbers

Guide

for other opplicotion conditions

t.o
I.UMINAIRF

o.9

120/24O Yolts
Luminoire

With pholoelectric control


Withoul photoelectric control

LAMP
Cleor

c706GOt7
czo6G005

Control

::?:"'oo
ASA Coda

G.E Order Code

mercury

H175A39-22

H39-22K8

POIE (wlrh 6.fool brocket)

=
F
?

1282556-Mr

Aluminum
Con c rel e

a
U
J
o
z
o
F
o
o
L
o

400A-F250Bl -2C

Steel

c62 I G004

<e

o.q

c803G004 I

cso3cool I

c102G200

..

rAMPs (2)
High Oulpul

r30 r50 170 190 2ro 230

o.5
I l8 Volts
Luminoire I
Control

Without photoeleciric control

ilo

Guide for olher opplicotion conditions

IUMINAIRE

With photoeleclric control

90

STAGGERED OR ONE SIDE SPACING (FEET)

Cololog numbers

F48T12/CW /HO

(wifh 6-fool brockel spon)

)
U

o
2

<

o.4

o
o
u
o
U
z

Quu.

i os

Alumin um

I 4825 RS6-M I

Concrele
Steel

800- 826Y65

Aluminum

l'Quu

l^r

o.5

o.2

c620GOOl

BRACKET

0.6

o.3

(for wood-pole mounling)

Aluminum

POLE

\o

07

800- 82 3 H6

Steel
BRACKET

O.8

z
a

800A-H25082-2C

(for wood-pole mounling)


35-1 07270-t 4

90

ilo

r30

r50

t70

STAGGERED OR ONE SIDE SPACING (FEET)

NOTE: For complete description and ordering information on the equipment


recommended above, refer to Section 2; Product Data, beginning on page 18.

250

SECTI(IN

1: APPLICATI(IN

lishtins medium - trqffic

DATA

mercury
Luminoire: Type M-250R

[omp:

175-watt clear mercurY

height: 25 feet nominal


Pholomelric doto: 22LH6L1
Moinlenonce foctor: 0.77*
Mounting

TYPICAL PLAN

---J
qo'

-tr

F0.50-0.65 FTC

(CALOULATED

AVG.MAINTAINED) MEETS
ASA-I ES RECOMMENDATIONS

mercury
Luminoire: Type M-400
Lo m

p:

400-watt clear

mercury

Mounting height: 29 feet

Pholometric curve: 221H462


Moinlenonce foctor: 0,77*

rzo'-reo' -l
O.89-I.2 FTG (CALCULATEO AVG. MAINTAINED)
MEETS ASA_IES REGOMMENDATIONS

luorescent

Luminoire: Form
Lomps

(2):

206

6-foot Power Groove (10,900 lumens each)

height: 29 feet
Photomelric curve: 221H581
Moinlenqnce fqclor: 0.57*
Mounling

Ambient lemperolure:

5OoF

0,45.O.57 FTC (CALCU LATED


AVG. MAINTAINED) MEETS
ASA-IES RECOMMENDATIONS

L-'-

+ All maiDtenmce factors bared on cnd-oflife lumcn ratings ffd 0,E5 dirt factor.

streets
Cotolog numbers

Guide
o.9

120/24o Yotts
Luminoire

With photoeleclric conlrol

Control

c706G017
c706G005

Without photoelectric control

IAMP

c402G200

A5A Code

G-E Order Code

Hl75A39-22

Cleor mercury

H39-22K8

(wilh 6-fool brocket)

)o
U

1282556-Ml

Concrele
Steel

800- 823H6
400A-F250Bl -2C

o
o
L

o.5
o.4

a
=

90

ilo

12O,'24O Yol+s

460 Volts

Control

With photoeleclric conirol


Wiihoul phoioeleclric conlrol

c7o4GOO6 | C4O2G2OO

LAMP

G-E Order Code

C704GOO2

c704GOOg

ASA Code

H400A33-r I

Cleor mercury

H33-r CD

(wilh 6-fool brocket)

sw

J
o
2
<
o
F
o
o
L

Concrete
Sleel

800- 828H6B

t.o

o.5

z
a

1400A-G26982-2C

(for wood-pole mounting)

Alum in um

C622GOO4

Steel

c623GO04

80

roo

tzo

r40

160

STAGGERED OR ONE SIOE SPACING (FEET)

Cotolog numbers

Guide

for other opplicotion condiiions

IUMINAIRE
1

I8

Volts

3
J

o
z
o

With photoeleclric control


Without pholoelectric conlrol

5
o

rAMPS (2)
power

Groove

o.e

07

F72PG17 / CW

POIE (with 6-foot brockel spon)

o
U
z

4830RS6-Mr

8r0-83rY66
800A-J300 82-2C

z
a

>

0.6

F
r

BRACKET

F>

_:3_

o
U
z

;F
3230568-Ml

Aluminum

r30 r50 r70 r90 2ro 230

for other opplicqtion conditions

t.5

th^

9;'

STAGGERED OR ONE SIDE SPACING (FEET)

Guide

Luminqire

{cr

o.3

70

IUMINAIRE

BRAe KET

A)

o.2

Cotolog numbers

POLE

s>

o.6

c620GOO{
c621 GO04

Steel

o.7

o
U
z

(for wood-pole mounling)

Aluminum

o.8

a
F

Aluminum

BRACKET

conditions

t.o

TUMINAIRE

POLE

for olher opplicolion

o.5

\l

\fc

(for wood-pole mounling)


too

t20

STAGGERED SPAC I NG (FEET)

NOTE: For complete description and ordering information on the equipment


recommended above, refer to Section 2; Product Data, beginning on page 18.

180

250

SECTI0N

1: APPLICATI(IN DATA -

lightins business qnd

mercury
Luminoire: Type M-400
:::.
[omp: 400-watt colorimproved mercury
Mounting height: 30-3 1 feet

Photometric cwv e : 22LH466


Mointenonce foctor: 0.75+

_-l
---l

L_*.

r-

f-e
O92-I.25 FTC (CALCULATED

AVG. MAINTAINED) MEETS


ASA-I ES RECOMMENDATIONS

Oi

luorescent

Luminoire: Form

406

(4):

6-foot Power Groove (10.900 lumens each)


Mounting height: 30 feet
Pholomelric curver 221H585
Moinlenoncefoclor: 0.57*
Lomps

Ambient lemperolure:

5OoF

so'

I,2.I.6 FTC

Tl

(CALCULATED

AVG. MAINTAINED) MEETS


ASA.IES RECOMMENDATIONS

lighting high-level whitewoys


fluorescgnt

(for mercury recommendotions, see poge lO)

o.
Luminoire:

606
oot Power
Groove ( 10,900
lumens each)

Form

Lomps (6): 6-f

TYPICAL

--*l s5_e5'l*

Mounling heightr 33 feet

Pholomelric curve: 221H483


Moinlenonce foclor: 0.57*

Ambienl lemperolure; 60oF


PLAN '
5

F-r7o'

f,
2,9-3.3 FTC (CALCULATED
I

AVG- MAINTAINED) MEETS

ASA_IES RECOMMENDATIONS

* All naintenance factors based on end-oflife lunen ratings and 0.85 dirt factor.

heovy-trqffic streets
O

Guide for other opplicotion conditions

cotolog numbers

2.25

IUMINAIRE
a

l20/21O Vohs

ASA Code

u
o
z
a
F
o
o
I
o
@
z

Gr c

460 Volls
Luminoire

With photoeleclric control

Control

1704GOO6 I C{O2G200

Wilhout pholoelectric control

czotcooz

LAITAP

G-E Order Coda

Color improved mercury

c704G009

H400c33-l I

H3s-r

z
a

POIE (wirh 6-foot brccket)


Aluminum

1323056B-Mr

Concrete
Steel

800- 828H68

o.75

1100A-G26982-2C

loo

t?o

STAGGERED OR ONE SIDE SPACING (FEET)

Cololog numbers

Guide

for olher opplicotion

conditions

TUMINAIRE
I

l8

Luminqire I
With photoeleclric control
Without photoelectric control

rAMPs

c402G200

z
F

o
o
L
o

(4)

?.o

\\
\

Power Groove
POLE

coo5

\\ \\

Control

c80lGol4 I
csor

Volts

F72PG17/CW

a
F

(wilh 6-fool brocket spcn)

Aluminum

14830R5-Ml

Concrete
Steel

810-83rY66

1.5

N
\

Ox

\{

\
LOL
?o

800A-J30082-2C

40

60

80

too

t20

t40 t50

STAGGERED SPACING (FEET)

Cotolog numbers

Guide for olher opplicotion condilions

TUMINAIR.E
@

l0-l 25

U
J

volts

c808G001

z
o
F
o
o
I

rAMPs (6)

o
U
z
Power Groove

F72PG17

/CW

z
a

POLE

(with 6-foot brqcket spqn)


Steel

900-Y86

80

90

roo

ro

OPPOSITE SPACING (FEET)

NOTE: For complcte description and ordering informqtion on the equipment


recommcnded above, refer to Section 2; Product Data, beginning on page 18.

SECTI0N 1: APPLICATI0N

mgrcury

DATA-

lishting high-level whitewoys

(for fluorescent recommendotions, see poge 8)


Luminoire: Type M-1000

Lomp:

1000-watt, color-

improved mercury

Mounting

height:

Photomelric

33 feet

curve: 221H842

Moinlenonce

focior:

+l

0.66*

es-roo

t-=-

r-

zo'

3-9-47 FTC (CALCULATED


AVG. MAINTAINED) MEETS
ASA-IES RECOMMENDATIONS

mercury
Luminoire: Type CM-1000

lomp: 1000-watt, color-improved


mercury
Mounting height:

33 feet
22rH842

Photometric curve:

0.66*

Moinlenonce

T-;

-l

I rYPrcAL PLAN I
@
*1.,-,".13.9-4.7

FTC (CALCULATE

@-I

AVG. MAINTAIN ED) M EETS


ASA-IES RECOMMENDATIONS

merGUry
Luminoire: TypeCM-2000
Lomps

(2):

1000-watt color-im-

proved mercury

Mounling

height:

33 feet

Pholomelriccurve:
Moinlenonce

T;
,_1
t0

221H842

foclor:
I

0.66*
TYPICAL

PLAN

*lrr-,oo'L-

tt

7.8-9.4 FTC (CALCULATED


AVG. MAINTAINEo) MEETs
ASA-IES RECOMMENDATIONS

* All mai[tenance factors based on end-oflife lumen ratings and 0.85 dirt factor.

-F

Cotolog numbers

Guide

for olher opplicotion conditions

TUMINAIRE
4.5

120/24O Yolts

o
z
a

c705GO29

Color improved mercury


POLE

ASA Code

G-E Order Code


Hl 000c36-l 5

H36-r

scw/c

Conc r el e

Steel

I
o

:T}N sk
:+

3.O

2.5

=
F

(wilh 6-foot brockel)

Aluminum

3.5

IAMP

\i"

4.O

Wilhout photoeleciric conlrol

z.o

t.5

13230A68-Mr
8l 0-83l v6B
1 400A-H29682-2C

LO

50

Cololog numbers

Guide

90

70
STAGGERED

SPACING

ro

(FEET) M-tOOO

for other opplicotion

r30
OR CM-tOOO

conditions

to

TUMINAIRE

9
@

120/24o vohs

Without pholoelectric control

c7t

o
z
o
F
o
o

GOO2

G-E Order Code

ASA Code

a
F

a
=
Color improved mercury

Hro00c36-15

H36-r

>RrN:

o
U
z

IAMP

\"1-

sGWlC

90

|o

70
r30
oPPOSTTE SpActNG (FEET) C[,t-tOOO OR M-lOO0
(FEET)
STAGGERED SPACING
CM_2OOO

Cotolog numbers

Guide for other opplicotion condilions


20

t8

TUMINAIRE
@

\l\a-N

o
z
a
F
o
o

l20/24O vofts
Without photoelectric control

t4

S
\q N
+ :--R-

c712GOO2

o
u
a

LAMP

Color improved mercury

G.E Order Code

Hl 000c36- l 5

ASA Code

H36-r

5cW/C

t"\<<

z
F

rR

90

t30

OPPOSITE SPACING {FEET) FOR CM.2OOO

NOTE: For complete description and ordering information on the equipment


recommended above, refer to Section 2; Product Data, beginning on page 18.

t50

SECTI(IN

1: APPLICATI0N DATA lishtins highwoys qnd

mercury

Luminoire: Type M-400

[omp:

400-watt clear mercury

Mouniing

height:

Photomelric

30 feet

curve: 221H462

Moinlenoncefoctor: 0.77*

I2'

MEOIAN

I.O_I.I8 FTC (CALCULATED AVG. MAINTAINED}


MEETS ASA- IES RECOMMENDATIONS

luorescent

Luminoire:
lomps (4):

Form 406
6-foot High Output

Form 406
6-foot Power Groove

(6600 lumens each)

( 10,900 lumens each)

height:
30 feet
Pholometric curve:
221H432
Moinlenqnce foilor:
0.58*
Ambienl lemperdlure: 50'F
Mounting

30 feet

22tH'85
0.57x

50'F

TyPtcAL PLAN

or_,rr,_,r0,--_ll;, +

''oJl$B:"'

0[4.+0
O,75-O.92 FTC (CALCULATED AVG, MAINTAINED}
MEETS ASA- IES RECOMMENDATIONS

luorescent

Short underposses (less than 75

feet)-By

day adequate light

penetration from each end of the underpass generally provides effective and comfortable visibility. At night the proper
positioning of street lights adjacent to each end of the underpass usually gives satisfactory visibility,
LLUt\,llNAT|ON LEVEL 50%
HIGHER THAN ALONG ADI

Cololog numbers
Luminqire: 106A-C805G001

3o6E
Form 305E

JACENT ROADWAY SECTIONS

c8o5coo2 i must be used ln Palrs


306E (2-lamp)-C8o7G004

Lomps:

306E (3lamp)-C8o7G006

106A-F72PG17/CW (1 for each unit)

306E (2 Jamp)-F 7 zPG L7 /Cw (2)


306E (3Jamp)-F72PGL7 /Cw (2)

75'

N4AX

LUMINAIRES STAGGEREO
OR OPPOSITE AS
DITIONS WARRANT

F72TL2/CW/HO (1)

Pholomelric

curve: l06A-221H322

306E (2lamp)-221H540
306E (1-lamp)-22lH591

Typicol shorr underposs (seen from obove)

Mqinlenonce foctor: 0,57x

Ambienl lemperqlure: 50'F

l2

E All maintenance factors based on end-of-

life lumen ratings and 0,85 dirt factor.

o.

underpqsses
lla

cototos numbers

Guide for olher opplicotion conditions


M_4OO 6-LANE HIGHWAY

M_4OO 4-LANE HIGHWAY


2.O

TUMINAIR,E

l20/24O Yolts

With photoeleciric control


Withoul photoelectric control

C701GOO6 I C402G200

IAMP

G-E Order Code

c701coo2l

Cleor mercury

H400A33-

POLE

o
F
o
o
o
u
z

c704GOO9

ASA Code
H33-l

Roodwoy with

Steel

440A-)270F2-2C

440A-H270C2-2<

1.2

t.o

za- Fr //\

36-Fr

60

I 0- B2ZV8 B

5
o

r.4

o
U
z
a
F

1.2

Ai\\ \

24-F

>

O.FT MEDIAN

{r;::,1

\
36-

48

F
F

t.o

90

t20

50

o.8

80

60

STAGGERED SPACING (FEET)

...'i,

too

t20

STAGGEREO SPACING (FEET)

Solid lines indicote recommended condilions

Guide for olher opplicqtion conditions


4-LANE

6-LANE

HIGHWAY

2.O

TUMINAIRE
I

Wiihout photoeleciric conlrol

(4)

N'.

r.6

.t

13227A88-M1

Cotolog numbers

TAMPS

Io

:-

\\

MED]AN

S\-

\'

a
=

Roodwqy

l4827Al5B-Ml
8r0-B27Vl5B

t4

CD

Concr et e

N (\
\ N

r.e

lO-fool Shoulders rithoul Shoulder


Aluminum

N\ wTi

Control

Luminoire

l8

460 Volts

l0-l

25 Volts

u
J

High Output

Power Groove

Lomp

Lomp

c80l Gol

c80l G005

o
U
z
a
F

G.E Order Code

F72T12/Cw /HO

F72PG17

1.7

/CW

POIE* (with 6.foot brocket spon)

\
I.I
24- Fr
36-FT
48- FT

o.8

'14830R6-MI

Concrele
Steel

810-83lY66

o.5

60

N
\

Aluminum

o^
z Ib

N /,/tz-rt

t.4

roo

l-4

o
z

'o

a
F

t.o

o
L

\
\
t40

>

2s-Fr //
36-Fr /
48-FT

t.8
o.6

50

t80 200

O-FT MEDIAN

1/} rt

OPPOSITE SPACING (FEET)


HIGH OUTPUT LAMPS

800A-J300 B2-2C

\\
\\
\

18

O-FT MEOIAN

o
z
t
o
o

HIGHWAY

2.O

roo

\
\

r40

r80 200

OPPOSITE SPAC ING (FEET)


POWER GROOVE LAMPS

+ For roadway without shoulders.

Medium-length underposses (75 to 150 feet)-Daytime lighting is not usually required in underpasses of this length, but

a level of five to ten footcandles should be provided


business streets and a lower

-should

on

level-three to five footcandles

be provided on traf8c streets and highways.


ffi

F=''i

Er]

CROSS SECTION

Fit'-*1
FORM

(l)

LAMPS

F72Tr2lCVHO LArliP

APPROX Z2 FTC MAINTAINED

l-zq'---1

l.......l......./".....J......'|.....,.l4

FORM

306

LUMINAIRES

Typicol underpqsses over l5O feet

F72PGt7CW LAMP
APPROX 4.O FTC IYIAINTAINED

r_30,__J

(2) F72PGl7lCW

APPROX 43 FTC MAINTA1NED

CROSS SECTION

(r)

NIGHT

DAY

I06

LUMINAIRES

Higher daytime levels can be obtained by adding multiple rows

of Form 306E luminaires. Lower levels for nighttime use are


easily obtained by switching. Even lower levels are realized by
disrupting continuous rows but in no case should spacing exceed
mounting height if brightness uniformity is desired.

Typicol medium-lenglh underposs

thon 150 feet-Night lighting levels required in underpasses of this length are the same as those
needed for medium length underpasses. The purpose of supplemental daytime entrance lighting is to avoid an abrupt
Underposses longer

change between the several thousand footcandles

and the few footcandles in the underpass.

of daylight

NOTE: For complete description and ordering information on the equipment


rcommended above, refer to Section 2; Product Data, beginning on page 18.

Ey.
Adoptotion

Extenl of Supplemenlol
Entronce lighting for

Time

Firsl 5 secohds
Second 5 seconds
Third 5 seconds

Minimum Averoge

Mointoined
Footcondles ot

30 mph

60 mph

30 mph

60 mph

0-225 leet
225-450 leet
15O-67 5 Ieet

0-450 feet
450-900 feet

50
30

75
50
30

900-1 350 feel

l0

NOTE: The above table assumes that the.e is at least TOgZ reflectance of walls
and ceiling; for lower reflectance, proportionately higher illumination levels
must be provided.

l3

SECTI0N

1:

APPLICATI(II{

DATA-decorqlive street lishtins

mercury
Luminoire: TypePMA-115

Lomp: 175-watt,

color-improved

mercury

heighi: 13'-19' (12'-18' poles)


Pholometric curve: 22lH75l
Moinlenonce foclor: 0.74*

Mounting

-rzo'-l

l-eo

1-OOo
p'
O.24-O.49 FTC

(CALCULATED
AVG. MAINTAINED FOR I3'MH)

mercury
Luminoire: TypePMC-116

Lomp: 175-watt,

color-improved

mercury

Mouniingheight: 13'-19'(12'-18'poles)
Photometric curve: 221H877
Moinlenonce

foclor:

0.74*

TYPICAL PLAN

_____J
.b

2'

[-eo'-

o'*l

I
I

0.25_ O,5 FTC (CALCULATED


AVG. MAINTAINED FOR I3'MH}

luorescent
-:--

tr
:ry

*ri

,.:i.:ii.r:i.r:t:.r:3:ii:rrr.,..r_ -.--.

Luminoire: Type PMF-104A

Lomp: 4-foot Power Groove


Mounting height: 13'-19' (12' l8'poles)
Pholomelric curve: 221H793
Moinlenoncefoclor: 0.57*
Ambientlemperolure: 50'F

,l

.lo'

Fso -rzo'J
o.297-O.595

FTC

LATE D

avc. MAtNTAtNeo roR tg'tvtx)

t4

x All maintenance factors based on end-oflife lumen ratings and 0,85 dirt factor.

Cotolog numbers

Guide for olher opplicction conditions


o7

TUMINAIRE

Corolog Numbers
Luminoire

Control

120/240-volt regulotor with receplocle for photoelectric conlrol

c708GOO2

c402G200

120/240-yoll resuloior with-

c708G017

@ 0.6
U

z
9
o
o
L
o

oul receptocle or photoelectric


co

ntro

LAMP
POIE (embedded

Hl7 5C39 -22

O.4

H39-22KC/C

S \*e"
,$ :3\
ta___\

\-

A5A Code

G-E Order Code

Color improved mercury

o.3

<
\i

]-------.- ----__:
-____--\__

l2')
o.2

35- I l 0733-05

Steel
A

u
z

0.5

80

60

3s-1 10733-17

luminu m

loo

t20

t40

150

STAGGERED SPACING IFEET)

Solid lines indicole recommended conditions

Cololog numbers

Guide for olher opplicotion condilions


o.7

I.UMINAIRE

Without receptocle for pholo-

o6

Cotolog Numbers

eleclric control

U
J

20

/ 240-v oll regulotor

240-voli reoctor

A5A

G-E Order Code

Color improved mercury

Ht7 5C39-22

F
o

c708G1 65

LAMP

POLE (embedded

o
z

c708G I 60

o
o
u
z
a
F

Code

H39-22KC/C

a
>

l2')

\jk.u

o.4

*-=

-_
UJ

---------35-r r 0733-05

Steel
Aluminum

35-l t0233-lz

80

too
ONE SIDE SPACING

Solid lines indicote

Cololog numbers

::----=t40
(FEET)t20

t50

recommended condiiions

Guide for other opplicolion conditions

IUMINAIRE
I

With pholoelectric conirol


Withour phofoelectric control

IAMP

POIE (embedded
Steel
Aluminum

l0-125

Volts

Luminoire

Conlro

c8r oGoo4*

c402G200

c8 I OGOO2 x

z
<
o

G.E Order Code

F48PG17

/CW

l2')
35- r r oz33-05
35-1 10733-17

* If luminaire is to be used in a locality where the temperatues go below


OoF and a noticeable reduction of light output undei these .o"rditior"
would be objectionable, we recommend that units be ordered equipped
with ou new temperature compensating ballast.
.To obtain this unit, specify "similar to Catalog No. - ---- ,_- except
with thermostatically controlled capacitor-compensated ballast.',
NOTE: For complete description and ordering information on the equipment

recommended above, refer to Section 2; P.oduct Data, beginning on page 18.

O.7

o
o
L
o

0.6

o.5

F
z

o.o

\
\
\

>s\

luut

J^

80

too

tzo

t40

50

STAGGERED SPACING (FEET)

Solid lines indicole recommended conditions

t5

SECTI0N

1: APPLICATI0N DATA-"privqte lishtins"


rurol, suburbqn commerciol oreqs
"Private lighting" is the term given by many to the renting
of street lighting equipment to private home and property
owners. Charges for private lighting systems are usually
based on a monthly rate for equipment, maintenance, and
power. Among the biggest users of private lighting are:
rural and suburban commercial areas such as motels, service stations, drive-ins, grocery stores; school and church
yards, and recreational areas. Lighting at night provides
safety and convenience for the users of these areas. Businessmen know that a well-lighted establishment after dark
is an invitation to customers. In most areas larger luminaires,
fluorescent luminaires are used

i.'.?:i1..ru:,T,,;:

;-\

/
I

t"*'

rurol, suburbqn homes ond slreets


Another popular area for private lighting instaliations is rural
and suburban homes and streets. Individuals and whole com-

munities want the protection from vandals, criminals, and

pranksters

plus the nighttime beauty-that modern,

adequate lighting brings. Many farmers are using private


lighting today. They enjoy the added working hours and the
protection of their farm equipment and livestock that lighting gives them. In most applications. General Electric 175watt mercury units are emploYed.

rurol, suburbqn, ond commerciol


wolkwqys, drivewoys, ond Yords
The newest application for private lighting is rural

and

suburban commercial driveways, walkways, and yards. Many


of the users of private lighting in this area are motels, apartments, industrial plants, and farmsteads. These areas are
dependent on lighting to provide the safety necessary for
guests, residents, employees, and equipment. Recommended
for these applications is the new General Electric Form 104
fluorescent luminaire. Sleek and stylish, this latest addition
to the fluorescent family adds both daytime beauty-nighttime safety, and convenience to any application.

rot sA

o.
,l

Cotolog numbers
LUMINAIRE (120-volt log bollqst)
Hood with receptocle
Photoelectric control

for

c6r 5G085
c402G200
c60l G00l

P.E. conlrol

Opticol ossembly

Hl7

MOUNTING HEIGHI

25 feel

CURVE

221H519

WOOD-POIE MOUNTING BRACKET


Steel
Aluminum

U
U

5A39 -22

IAMP
PHOTOMETR.TC

Z5-wott mercury

roo 50 0 50 too
FE

c621GOOz
c620GOO2

r50

ET

Initial footcardle distribution pattern, IES \/, 175-watt cleu mercuy

lamp, mountilg height 25 feet. From


photometric data 221H519.

@
Cotolog numbers

mercury M-loo

roo
TUMINAIR.E

175-woit mercury

120-volt log bollort

Wilh receptocle for

c7toco47

P.E. conirol

Photoeleclric conlrol

c102G200

tAMP

H175A39-22

MOUNTING HEIGHT

25 feet

\ fc, il
/ \trr U
s:t_

|
o.c

\o2.Fc

35- I 74088

500

t50

Initial footcandle distribution pattern, 175watt clear me.cury lamp, mounting height 25
feet. From photometric data 35 174088.

c621GOO2
c620GO02

Steel
n

roo
FE ET

WOOD-POLE MOUNTING BRACKET


Al umi

um

Colclog numbers

mercury M-4OO

400-wqtt mercury
l2O-volt log

400-wort mercury
1 20 / 240-volt regulolor

TUMINAIRE

Luminoire

c70{GOO6

Photoeleclric conlrol

c402G200

c704G171
c402G200

TAMP

H400A33- I

H400A33-

MOUNTING HEIGHI

3O

PHOTOMETRIC CURVE

221H462

feel

F
U

50

30 feet

too

221H462

r50

200

500

r50

FEET

WOOD-POLE MOUNTING BRACKET


Al umi

um

Steel

c622GOOZ

c622G002

c623GOO2

c623GOO2

Initial footcandle distribution pattern, IES III,


400-watt mercury lamp, H400A33-1, mounting
height 30 feet. From photometric data22lH462-

fluorescent lO4B
:A&

Form l04B

for wood-pole mounling

60
45
30

Cotolog numbers
W ilhout

Wirh
Form 1048
'l'l 0 I25 volts

receptocle
for photo-

eleclric
control

tUMINAIRE (cleor globe)


TAMP

MOUNTING HEIGHT
PHOTOMETRIC CURVE

c810G0164.

receplocle
for pholo-

Photo-

electric
control

c402G200

electric
control
c8 I 0G028A

t5
F

U
U

o
t.5

t5
o ot

30

F48PG17 / CW

25 feet

45

221H794

60

WOOD-POLE MOUNTING BRACKET


lncluded wifh luminoire obove
* If luminaire is to be used in a locality where the temperatures go below 0'F
and a noticeable reduction of light output under these conditions would be
objectionable, we recommend that units be ordered equipped with our new
temperature compensating ballast.
T-o obtain this unit, specify "similar to Catalog No. -,- ,
the.mostatically controlled capacitor-compensated ballast."

except with

75

ro5 90 75 60 45 30

15 30 45 60 75 90

15

105

FEET

Initial footcandle distribution pattern, one F48PG17/CW lamp, mounting


height 15 feet. From photometric data 221H794-

17

SECTI(lN 2:

PRODUCT DATA

M.IOO

mercury luminqires

In the M-100, General Electric offers the first open residential


mercury luminaire with truly outstanding light control. In
addition, its high electrical effrciency, ease of installation and
maintenance, and lightweight, unitized design make it one of
the most significant achievements developed for residential
street lighting.

The M-100 offers built-in ballasts for operation of 100- and


175-watt mercury lamps, in either regulator, lag, or reactor (high
or normal power factor) types.
The M-100 uses a shielded-source design to provide excellent
house-side shielding. Three types of distribution patterns are
available with two different reflectors. With one reflector, Type II
distribution can be obtained using a clear lamp and Type III
distribution obtained with a phosphor-coated lamp with socket
in position "8." With socket in position "A" and this reflector,
an even narrower distribution*designed especially for residential
streets can be obtained. The M-100 has a second reflector

which provides

"pointed-square" distribution pattern for

intersection and general area lighting.

M-250R

The M-250R is designed for use with 100-, 175-, and 250-watt
lamps, and is available with built-in Power Pack ballast. The
sma1l size and light weight make the M-250R easy to install and
maintain.
A one-piece, preciseiy contoured reflector uses elliptical,
circular, and parabolic sections to obtain maximum light uniformity and effrciency. The reflector latch is of spring quality,
stainless steel-positively held in place, but easily removable for
whatever cleaning may be necessary.
The turning prism refractor, exclusive with General Electric,
is featured on all Type M-250R luminaires. Rounded prisms, on
the inner surface of the refractor, produce a wide angle of light
distribution . . . directing the light up and down the street and
away from bedroom windows.

This modern, standardized line of mercury luminaires features

outstanding photometric performance, high electrical effrciency,

wide flexibility, and low instaliation and maintenance costs.


Mercury lamps of all types-175-1000 watts-are effciently
operated in these luminaires. The precisely-contoured reflector
and prismatic refractor give optimum light output and control.
General Electric's built-in "Power-Pack" bal1asts, avaiiable

in all wattages and all voltages, provide exceptionally 1ow


watts loss. IES distribution Types II, III, and IV can be selected
by simple adjustment of the adjustable socket without changing

l/a- or 2-inch brackets.


"Power Pack" unitized construction combines optical assembly,
ballast, and photoelectric control into one unit. The convenient
terminal board facilitates wiring connections.
refractors. The slipfitter mounts on either

CUSTOM M-IOOO AND

cusToM M-2000.

Custom M-1000 and M-2000luminaires are designed for use where

distinctive appearance is required in addition to outstanding


photometric performance. Both are available with built-in
Power Pack ballasts to operate 700- or 1000-watt mercury-vapor
iamps. They utilize the same optical assembly used in the M-1000

to give optimum light output and control. IES distribution


Types III and IV are available and can be selected by simpie
adjustment of the iamp socket. The CM-2000 provides over
100,000 iumens in lamp output from a single luminaire. Ail

electrical components are prewired to a single terminal board for


ease of installation.
* These luminaires available early third quarter

I8

1963.

@
ordering informolion (for prices, see GEA-710I)
IES Dist.

Iuminoire
T YP.

Luminoire Cotolog NumberJ

Typef
Bo

Phosphor-

Cleor

Lo

mp

Tvp e

coo led
Lomp

Lomp

llo st

Primo ry
Vo lts

With Receptocle
but witho!l
Phoioelectric
Conlrol

Pholo el eclric
Conlrol or
Rec epio cl e

120
120

cz r0G003
c7 10GO28
cz r0G005 ll

c7 10GOO4
c7 10GO29
cz r0G006
c7 r0G036
cz r0G0 r0
cz r0G040
c7 10GO12
c7 10GO46
c7 10G048

MMMMMMMMM-

100

l{Modified}

100
100
100

Pointed Squore

l(Modified)

lo0

l(Modified)

100

Pointed Squore

t00
lo0

l(Modified)

Pointed 5quore

Pointed Squore
Pointed Squore

100

M-250 R
M-250R
M-250R
M-250 R
M-250 R
M-250 R
M-250 R
M-250 R

ill

ll

100

Reg ulo lo r
R eg ulo lor

Reoctor
Reoctor
eg ulo
Reg ulo
R

r00
r00
r00

(N PF)
{NPF)

lor
tor

175

240
240

czlocolllT

(NPF)

175

120

c7 10GO47

eg ulo lor
eg ulo tor

175
175
175
175

tos
R

ilt

Reocior (N PF)
Reoctor (N PF)
R

4-woy

ill
4-woy

ll

ilt

4-woy

4-woy

Regulotor
Reoclor (N PF)
Reoclor (N PF)

ilt
ilt

IV

Reg ulo
Reg ulo

ill
ill

IV
IV

Reoctor (NPF)
Reoctor (HPF)

ilt

IV

ilr

IV

Fo. use wilh exlernol bollo!l

r000

ilr

IV

Reg ulo

1000
1000
1000
1000

ilt
ilt
ilt

IV

eg ulo

tog

lor

tor
tor

{NPF)

eg ulo

ill
ill

Reg ulo

cM-2000
cM-2000

ilt
ilt

Regulo

lor

Reoclor (HPF)

* M

100 has 1li'inch slipfitter only; M'250R, M-400, M 1000 have adjustable
1r/r- or 2-inch slipfitteis; CM-1000 and CM-2000 mount on 3 to 4\-inch
OD pole tops.
t Two-way lkht pattern cat be readily selected in the field to coincide with
application by me.ely repositioniog the socket.
I Llmps not included in luminaire.
* Othei Power Pack voltage ratings-ratings not listed above are not normally

!l

c706G049

c7a6GO80
c706GO l2
c706GO 13
c706GO57

240

c7o6Go83

400
400
400
400
400

t20/240

c704GOO6

c704GOO2
c704GOO9

cTo4GOTOll

c704GO65

480
240
240

cz06G r0

120/240

c70sGo27

/ 48O
r20/240
460/480

czo5Go30

c705G026
c705G028

460

c705GO29

cToiGo2s

cz05G03 r
c705G024

/240
/480

:1ll:'1'1

c7 r 1c0o2l,
c7 1tGO04\1,

120/240

c7 12GOO1{,

c7 12G0O2V
c7 12G004V

t20
460

OOO

tT

c704G007
c704G 184
c704G001

t':

1000

c706GO24
c206G056'11

c7o4G008.i
c704G 17
c704G004

to00

2-

(H PF)

c706G058

c706Go23

c706 G005
c706GOO6

240

2-. t000

ior

Reoctor

c706G0 17
c706G0 r 8
c706G050 fl

250
250

t:::

Reoctor (HPF)
For use with exlernol bollosl

240

240
120/240

tT

t20/240

1000

tor

t20/240

't20/240

cz r 0G045

250
250

700
700

lor

Reoctor (HPF)

cM- 1000
cM- 1000

or Type

c7 r0G035 !l
c7 10G009
c7 I 0G03 9

Reoclor (N PF)
Reoctor (NPF)

il

G-E mercury bollost eleclricol

120
120

175

4-woy

ill

240
240

175

4-wo y
il

M-400
M-400
M-400
M-400
M-400
M-400
MMMMM-

I (Brood)
Poinled Squore
I (8rood)
Poinled Squore
I (Brood)
Pointed Squore
I (Brood)
Pointd Squore
Pointed Squore

Without

460/480

in continuous production, hence will have a longer delivery cycle.


rated for 240 volts for use with photoelectric controls
are factory-wired for three-wire, 120/240-voIt supply: 120 volts to photoelectric control and 240 volts to ballast. Where only two-wire, 240 volt supply
is desired, order "Similar to Cat. No. except with receptacle wired for 240
volts. "
y' These luminaires available early third quarter 1963.
lT Reactor-type ballasts

doto-(opploximolely overoge lesl doto)

Circuit

Op ero ting

Line Slorting

Volto g e

Current (Amp)

Current (Amp)

Primo ry #
Lo ss

Foctor /o

REGUI.ATOR BAI,IAST
1000

700
400
400
250
250

w
w
w
w

t2o /240
120 /240

t2o/240
480
12O/240
480
12O/240
12O/240

W
W
175 W

r00 w

9.4 / 4.7
6.5 /3.25

1.0/o.s
o.75 /O.4
4

o.4

2.5/ 1.2s

o.3

o.625
1.8/O.9
1.O9 /O.55

o.2

3.88

.97

1.9

o.2
o.2
o.2

1080/ loSo
7

60

/760

80/80

es

/60

97
97

60

/o.2

452 /452

/o.2

290 /29O

40

/0.1
/o.1

2O7

/2O7

32

452

290

126

126

52

96/96

/32
/26

96/96
9s/95

96

w
w

460
460
460

700 w
400 w
250 W

/48o
/480

/ 48O

240
240
240
240

175 Vt
100 w

lo bollosts in "power pock" luminoires


ond exlernol bollosts listed;n this cotolog.

d HPF-High Power Factor.


e NPF-Normal Power Factor.
i Primary watts includes lamp watts plus watts
1oss.

REACTOR-HPFd BALIAST
1500
1000

NOTE:
These doto pertoin

97

/40

40
26

/95
/97
/e7

560

60
46
42
25

3.45

6.3

1.6
1.9

2.4
2.6
r.55
0.71
0.6 I

742
425
112

12

8.0

1560

60
46
42

t.t5
0.815
0.4 85

to46
268

l8

190

94.3
95
96
93
97
97
96

Minimum starting temperature for al1 above


ballasts: 2 0 F with Bonus Line lamps.
Allowable primary voltage variation: Regulator
+13%, Reactor andLag +sck.

REACTOR-NPFE BAI.I.A5T
1500
1000

700
400
250
r75
100

w
w

460/48O

460/480

460/48O
240

240
240
240

W
W

I.AG-NPF

4.0
2.8
1.5

4.2
5.0
J,2
2.42

0.9

1.43

J.l

2-1

1046
742
425

59
54

t8

l5

55
53

190

112

t2

51 .7

452
279
r93

52
29

47

14

47

268

BATIAST

400 w
250 W

175 W

r00 w

120
120
120
120

7.1

10.5

5.0

5.85

3.1

5.1

20

)9

il4

'18

specificdtions
For specifications, use product description-given in this section-with sizes, ratings, and General Electric catalog numbers. Complete
written specifications available on request.

l9

SECTI0N

2;

PR0DUCT

DATA mercury luminoires qnd


ordering informotion (for prices, see GEA-7101

PMA-ll5 luminoires

Luminoire (Without Lomp)


Bo

llo st

t
t.

Wqtfs

Volts

E.s.

Tvp e

Wiihour

Wirh

Lisht
Dislribuiion *

eceptocl e

Cqi. No.
WITH BUItT.IN POWER-PACK

MERCURY TUMINAIRES

The

PMA-I

t5 ond

PMC-I

l6 luminaires

t20/240

175

240

250

t20/24O

250

240

precision-cast base simplifies installation' A11


internal components are wired to a single terminal
board so only the iine connections to the terminal
board need to be made.

An internal slipfitter, with leveling screws, is


designed for 3-inch OD poles or pole-top adapters.

BALLAST

c708GOO2

ilt

c708G0060

Reoclor
(H PF)

c708GOO70

ilt
ilt

Reqctor
(H PF)

ilt

c708G0l 6
c708G017
c708G021
c708G022

c708G046

c708GO32

c708GO47

c708G036e

czo8G0sl

c708G037e

c708G052

c708G061
c70gGO62

c708GO67

czo8Go3

Regulotor

Receptocle

Cqt. No.

czo8G00l

Regulotor

are

designed for use in residential areas, parks, walkways and similar applications. With the hinged
heavy-gauge aluminum canopy relamping and
cleaning are easy, while a large access door in the

The lightweight, shatter-resistant acrylic

175

P.E.

Control or

MERCURY LUMINAIRE-EXTERNAL BALLAST

(100,175, or 250 wofls)

ilt

* Dist.ibution for mercury luminaire based

c708G066

for 3-wire, 120/241-volt supply, 120 volts


to photoelectric control and 240 volts to
ballast. Where only 2-wire, 240-volt supply
is desired, specify "Similar to Cat. No.
. . " except with receptacle wired
for 240 volts.

on phosphor-coated lamps.

t Other Powe. Pack ratings-ratings not


listed above are not normally in continuous
production, hence will have a longer delivery cycle.
e Reactor ballasts shown are factory wired

ordeling informotion (for prices, see GEA-7101)

re-

fractor minimizes breakage from vandalism. The


PMA-I15 unit is available in both remotely controlled designs and with photoelectric control
receptacles. (UL listings provided.)

Bo

Wqlts

f
Typ"

Volts

MERCURY LUMINAIRES

175

240

250

t20/240

(Without

Distribution *

Lomp)

Cot. No.

cz08c t 59

Regulotor

ilt

c708G 1 60

Reoctor (High
Power Fqctor)

ilt

cz08c I 65

Regulotor

ilt

eo

c708G1 64

c708Gt 44

cior

(High Power
Fqctor)

240

250

Luminqire

r.E.s.
Lighr

WITH BUILT-IN POWER-PACK BALLAS]

t20/24O

175

PMC-ll6 coloniol luminqires

llo rt

c708G1 45

c708ct 49
ilt

c708Gr 50

MERCURY LUMINAIRE EXTERNAT BAIIAST

c708G174

(100, lZ5, or 250 wotts)

ilt

* Distribution for mercury luminaire based


on phosphor-coated lamps.

I Other Power Pack ratitrgs-ratings

Lumitron*. . .

livery cycle.

prdclicol neu/ solulion lo old distribution problems


The LUMITRAN I

General Electric LUMITRAN* luminaire transformer assembiies combine a compact trans-

former base and the most modern streetiighting

into one integrated equipment served underground.


Especially tailored for front-lot underground
distribution systems serving medium- to highload residential areas, General Electric's LUMITRAN design places the transformer at the pole

base, thereby establishing improved


balance and symmetry.

design

LUMITRAN transformers are offered in


single-phase ratings from 25 kva to 100 kva, in
three designs:
20

qot

c708G17 5

listed above are not normally in continuous


production, hence will have a longer de-

luminaire/transformer

assembly consists of a special distribution trans-

a curbside concrete pad,


housed within a metal enciosure. The transformer

former mounted on

can be replaced merely by opening the hinged


side panels. The pole and luminaire assembly is
separately supported by a heavy-duty metal
frame, which in turn is bolted to the concrete pad.
This design accommodates all lengths of noles'and

varieties of luminaires offered by General Electric. An alternate to this design is the LUMITRAN I-M unit which has provision for up to
six G-E I-60 watthour meters.

Lumitron* equipment
l0l SA ocrylic suburbqn
Featuring

shatter-resistant open acrylic refractor, General Electric's Acrylic

Suburban luminaire is designed to operate 100-, 175- and 250-watt mercury lamps.
Virtually unbreakable in normal service, the acrylic refractor resists thermal shock,
is unaffected by corrosive atmosphere or blowing sand, and is interchangeable with
glass refractors of similar design. Maintenance calls to replace broken glassware are
greatly reduced since BB's and rocks bounce off, and .22 bullets penetrate, but will

not shatter the refractor.


The luminaire is a complete operating package. The General Electric cadmium
sulphide photoelectric control locks on top of the hood in the standard receptacle.
Built-in, long-life 100-, 175- and 250-watt ballast in the hood ef6ciently operates
the lamps.

BAI.TASTED HOODS_I I/4,, SLIPFITfER

ordering informolion-

(for prices, see GEA-7101

Cotolog Number

OPTICAI. AssEMB[IES

Bq

llosf

Typ e

Assembly

(lES Type)

Cot. No.

il

ilt

ll 4-wqy

Wotts

Primo

ry

Volts

eclor

Cleor Lomp Light


Distribution Pqttern

Refl

Lomp

electric Control
or

100

120

c6 5G086

Reoclor

100
175
175
250

240

C6

Reo
Req

tT

Without Phofo-

Bui Without
Photoelectric
Conlro I

Log

tog

c60 GOl2
c60 GO02
c60 GOI 3
c60 G00l
c60 G003

With Receptocle

ctor
clor

120
240

240

sG009fl

c6 5G085

c6 sGo0s fl
c6 scor 41l

eceptocl e

c6 5G089
c6 5G0r 0
c6 5G090
c6 5G006
c6 5G0r3

Reactor-type ballasts rated for 240 volts for use with photoelectric cont.ols a.e factory-wired for
three-wire, l2|/24D-volt supply: 120 volts to photoelectric control and 240 volts to ballast. Where
only two-wire, 240-volt supply is desired, contact you. nearest G-E sales office o. agert.

privote lighting "unit pqcks


"private lighting" installations-all conveniently packaged in a single carton and ordered by one catalog
number. Each carton includes luminaire, 1amp, photoelectric control, bracket, hardware, and wire.
"Unit Pock" cololog number C648G381 consists of:
hood with 175-watt, 120-volt built-in lag ballast and
locking-type receptacle; shatter-resistant acrylic-suburban optical assembly, Type V light distribution;
dependable G-E Quick Response photoelectric control;
3O-inch aluminum bracket (t%'); G-E Bonus Line
mercury lamp, 175-watt, clear; two 7-foot leads, one

whiteandoneblackof f 10 7-strand cable: two 12" x4"


lag screws and one 51" x 10" bolt and flat washer.

"Unit Pock" cololog number C648G295 consists of:


with 175-watt, 240-vo1t built-in reactor ballast

hood

and locking-type receptacle; shatter-resistant acrylicsuburban optical assembly, Type V light distribution;
dependable G-E Quick Response photoelectric control;

30-inch aluminum bracket (t%"); G-E Bonus Line


mercury lamp, 175-watt, clear; three 7-foot ieads, one
white and two black of #l0-7-strand cable; two fu" x4"
1ag screws and one 5f" x 10" bolt and flat washer.

The LUMITRAN II assembly is designed


solely for use with a ten-foot pole and postmounted luminaire. The pole and luminaire
assembly is mounted directly to the transformer
cover. High- and low-voltage terminations are in
separate, removable compartments on either side
of the transformer unit.
General Electric offers a choice of highly
^
of luminaires for LUMITRAN.
'attractive tvDes
-exterior
Vselect
the

complements

(daytime) appearance that

the architecture of the

develop-

ment-and get outstanding, controlled lighting


on the street by night.
r Reg. Trademark of Geoeral Electric Co.

2l

SECTI()N

2:

PR0DUCT DATA-

fluorescent luminqires

form 2O4
FEATURES

form 206

Forms 204, 206, 406 ond 606, all members of General Electric's
"finest family of fluorescent luminaires," are available to house
High Output or Power Groove fluorescent lamps. These slip-

1i';
e9t

fitter-mounted units have a lightweight aluminum hood, sidehinged clear acrylic one-piece globe, hinged specular aluminum
reflector, and spring-loaded sockets for easy lamp installation.
Other features include: built-in ballasts and locking-type
receptacle for cadmium-sulphide photoelectric control on top of
unit; terminal board for quick simple wiring connections; and

form 406
t'"

unit shipment-completely

tr*l

The Form 406 for use with Power Groove lamps and the Form
606 have internal forced-air cooling systems to maintain light
output at near maximum over normal range of operating temperatures.
These luminaires, using the relatively long and low-brightness
High Output or Power Groove fluorescent lamps, produce a light
distribution that results in excellent uniformity of pavement
brightness and improved visibility.
The Form 204 houses two four-foot lamps; the Form 206, two
six-foot lamps; the Form 406, four six-foot lamps; and the Form
606, six six-foot lamps.

form 606

form IO4A &

Forms I04A (post-top) and l04B (end-mounted), sleek and


stylish, are the newest members of the famous General Electric
fluorescent family. Offering both daytime beauty and nighttime
safety, the distinctive Forms 104A and B are sturdily constructed of formed aluminum. The acrylic plastic globe can be
either clear for maximum efficiency and sparkle or diffuse for
soft, pleasing and stylish appearance. It is latched at house side
of the luminaire, and hinged on the street side for easy lamp
access. Pre-wired at the factory, the Forms 104A and B are
easily installed in the field.

&

form lO6U

form

22

3O6E

assembled, tested and packaged-in

one carton.

Form I06U ond Form 306E are designed for tunnel and underpass

'

lighting applications, where mounting heights are generally low.


At such restricted mounting heights, these luminaires are
generally mounted parallel to the roadway in a continuous or
nearly continuous line. The specular-finished reflector and
acrylic globe of these units assure maximum light output and
uniform distribution. Construction features include aluminum
hood, side-hinged globe for ease of relamping and servicing
adjustable mounting brackets, and gasketed between the globe
and hood to prevent the entry of bugs and dust,
The Form 106U houses one six-foot lamp and the Form 306E
houses two or three six-foot lamps.

ordering informqlion*
With Receptocle ond Locking-lyPe
Photoelectric Control

Without Receptocle
ond Locking-type
Photoelectric Control

Form 1 04A g
Form

F4sPGr

Ir0

F48PG17

l04B {

125

Form 204

ll0-125

Form 204

Form 206

Z/cw(l

rl0-r25

/2o8-24O / 277

20

/208,240 / 277
I l0-125

'l 'l

0-l

/l1l

F72PG17

25

/CW

Form 606

ll0-125

Form 106U

Il0-l25

F72Pct7/cw l1l

'l

10

F72PG17

r0-125

Form 406

Form 306E

Form 306E

csr oco28A1T

c81 0G01 6A fl

c402G200

c803G001 A

c803G004
c803G0l 4
c802G023A

c402G200
c402G200
c402G200
c402G200
c402G200
c402G200

125

I
\

/cw

c802G0l 8
c80l G028A
c80r G0l

c80l G005

c808G001

T.1

ceoscoot
csosoooz
c802G004

l2l

r72PG17/cw l2l
FZ2T12lcw/Ho (l)

* For orices. refer to GEA-7101.


l Must be ordered in parrs.
.^ ..
c p""tlt"p wilb diffuse acrylic globe (clcar globe available if-specified).
t End'mounted with clear acrylic globe (diftuse globe available if specific'l)
lncludes adjustable. wood pole mounting brackct
. to""titv wihere the temperatures so below 0'F
i; t" rti
tf i;l;;i;"i;
""Ji'"

cs1 ocoo4A

1T

c803G005
c802G00 1 A
c802G008
c801 G0l 5A

(21

r72T12/cw /Ho l4l


F72?c17/CW (41
F72PG17/cw (6)

Form 406

c402G200

F48T12/cW /HO l2l


F48PG17/CW l2l
F72T12/Cw /HO l2l

l0-125

t 20

Form 206

/cW

1l

c8 l oGoo2A

c807G006A

and a noticeable reduction of light output under these conditions would be


obiectionable, we recommend th-at units be ordered equipped with our new
I eirpcral ure compensating ballast .
. except with
Ti obtain this^unit, spicify "similar to Catalog No.
thermostatically controlied capacitor compensated ballast."

eleclricql dqtq
Fluorescenl
Luminqires

Primory
Volts

Number o{
Bqllosts

Form 104

204
Form 204 (PG)
Form 206 (HO)
Form

Type ond

(HO)

Mulriple (l )
Multiple {'l )
Multiple (l )

110-125
I r 0-l 25
110-125

Muliiple (l

t20/2o8/

Controlled

Approx
Toiol

per Bollost

Wqlts

No.

Lomps

Multiple (l )
Multiple (2)

ll0-125
120/2o8/

406 (PG)
Form 606 (PG)
Form l06U (PG)
Form 306E (PG)

ror'

3o6E

(PG&

1 no)

Multiple
Mulriple
Multiple
Mulriple

(2)

l0-l25

(3)

'r

(l
(l

0-125
r10-125

l0-'l

Multiple (2)

25

ll0-125

Foctor

1.15

2 (High Output)

1.6

0.90
0.90

2 (Power Groove)
2 (Hish Output)

255
240

2.5

.85

2.o/1.2/
1.1 /0.84

.90

2 (Power Groove)
2 (Hish Output)

340

2.9

480

4.0/2.4/

'1.0

.90

Op en

Circuit
Volts

Nom. Lomp
Currenl
in Amperes

Tro n sf.

Copocity
Req ui r ed

(Kvq)

325

'1.5

0.r 6

340
330
532

1.0

.19

'1.5

.30

1.0

.25

440
532

't.5

.34

'1.0

5n

440
440
440
440

1.5

.72

1.5

l.l5

1.5

.34

1.5

.34

2.2/1.68

240 / 277
Form

Power

138
175

I (Power Groove or Tl 0)

24o/277
206 (PG)
Form 406 (HO)

Form

Primory
Amperes

2 (Power Groove)
2 (Power Groove)

2 (Power Groove)
2 (Power Groove)

| 2 1Pon.,

Groove)

\ t (Hien outnur)

718

6.2

080
340
340

9.0
2.9
2.9

470

4.1

1.0

.94
1.0
1.0
.95

520

/ r.s tec)
\ r.o tno)

.49

specificolions

numbers. Complete
For specifications, use product description given in this section with sizes, ratings, and General Electric catalog

written specifications available on request.

23

SECTI0N

2:

PR0DUCT

DATA-filqment luminqires
FEATURES

hoods

The new Form 101 multiple hood features an integrai die-cast


aluminum housing slipfitter assembly. Positive clamping action
to the bracket is assured by use ofthe die-cast aluminum "shoe"
on the bottom portion of the slipfitter. The slipfitter is designed
for use on lr,1-inch brackets. The hood is available with either a
plain top or with a locking-type receptacle for mounting a
photoeiectric controller. Intended for use in multiple circuits, the
hood contains a mogul, heavy-duty porcelain base socket with
vibration-proof lamp grip.
Form

IOI multiple hood wilh

Form

lOl mulliple

hood

withoul locking-lype

locking -type pholoeleclric

(onllol

receplocle

Opticai assemblies for use with filament lamps are available


with three types of glassware attachment: spun-sealed, roller-

opticol ossemblies

Type R, D,5
(lES Types

ll, lll. lV, ond

latch, and clamp-band.


In the spun-sealbd optical assembly, the

Type RV
V)

(lES Type

ll

norrow)

lip of the formed

aluminum reflector is spun around the edge of the glassware.


This keeps the highly-specular reflecting surface clean-biocks
entrance of bugs, dirt, and other foreign material. This design
protects the refractor lens edge from chipping-reduces glassware breakage. The precision-designed refractor lens directs
the iight where desired.
The rollerlatch optical assembly allows easy one-hand
operation for relamping or cleaning. The globe ring holding
the refractor is hinged, and swings open by releasing the springloaded roller latch. The optical assembly snaps shut easily.
Glassware can be lifted off the hinge.
The clamp-band design offers a high degree of protection from
dirt, insects and water seepage. The clamp band evenly distributes the pressure around the globe forcing the globe edge
upward against the reflector flange, eliminating the necessity for a
gasket, This method of clamping eliminates any possibility of
reflector distortion.
The roller-Iatch and clamp-band optical assemblies use the
same precision-designed refractors and globes as used in the

spun-sealed design.

**-%,

Type SA
Acrylic-Suburbon (open-l ES
Types l, ll, lll, V, ond ll 4-woy)

Type

SO

(Open-lES TYPe ll)

lumilex* globe . . . for high vondolism

qreqs

ry---"
+ Trade Name of General Electric Company.

24

General Electric's Type SA open optical assembly features

the industry's first acrylic refractor lens, which is shatterresistant and one-fourth the weight of comparable glass refractors. Stones and BBs bounce off; .22 bullets will penetrate
but not shatter the refractor lens. Precisely-molded prisms
produce a soft, "jewel-iike" glitter. Its light weight makes installation quick and easy. It is designed for 2500- to 6000:lumen
filament lamp operation.
The Type SO is a modern, open-suburban optical assembly
having an IES Type II light distribution. It is specially designed
for use with 2500lumen lamps and light is confined to vital
areas with adequate shielding and minimum glare.

This new street light globe can significantly lower globe replaceit ideal for high-vandalism
areas. The Lumilex globe is made of strong, lightweight Lexan@
plastic, so tough even thrown rocks and BB's bounce off.
Light transmission through the Lumilex giobe is excellentalmost as good as glass. The basic Lexan@ material has been
specifically modified for its street lighting job with a special heat
stabilizer and ultraviolet absorber, to minimize the effects of
mercury light and sunlight.

ment costs from breakage, making

@
ordering informolion *
For your convenience in ordering, receiving, and stocking,
filament luminaires are listed below by component parts catalog
numbers. Your order will be acknowledged, shipped and billed by
component parts.
Filament luminaires consist of these components: hood with

(3) Select optical assembly - according to light distribution


and type of assembly and list catalog number (include refractor
number if rollerlatch assembly).
(4) Component prices are listed in GEA-7101. Total com-

ponent prices to determine complete luminaire price.

or without locking-type receptacle and matching photoelectric


control, and optical assembly.
Follow these steps in ordering filament luminaires from the
table

speCifiCqliOnS
For specifications, use product description-given in this section
with sizes, ratings, and General Electric catalog numbers.

below:

(1) Select hood and list catalog number.


(2) List catalog number of photoelectric control if desired.

Compiete written specifications available on request.

Hoods (lV+-inch slipfitter)

;"
.

"7

:t',.,r

.:

-20-volt multiple with


receplocle qnd photoelectric control

120-volt multiple
{no provision for pholoelecfric control)

Hood

32 587 49G1 3

55621 I 5G6

Phoioelectric control

c402G200

Oplicol ossemblies
Urbqn (enclosed)

RV

Light dislribution pollerns


(lES types)
Spun-seoled (refleclor
ossembly including ref roclor)

55s6601

Roller-lqtch: reflector ossembly

s562260G22
No. 508

refrocior

Type

Type ll (norrow)

555660r AM

BJ

5562260G1

Type

Type lll

ll

No. 50l

Type

lV

555660 I G6

555660r G5

s556601 Gl

5562260G1 4
No. 500

ss62260G7

5562260G13

No. 2O5CR

No.2O5CR

Suburbqn (open)

..:
Type SO with shields

SA Acrylic-Suburbon

Light disiribution pqtterns (lES types)

Refleclor ossembly including refroctor

c60r 60r

2 i

Type

Type
c60r

li

6002 I

Type

lll

c60r G0r

3 I

Type v

Type ll i4-woy)

c60l G00l

c60t G003

Type
e46OO3

ll

G6

I For mogul 5't-inch light-center lamp; all others a.e for mogul 7 inch light center lamp

Lumilex globe ordering informotion+


The Lumilex globe has the same diameter as the num.ber 205 and
number 207 glass globes, and it is completely interchangeable on

Light Distribufion

Cqt. No.

Globe Altochment

Clomp Bond

c60 G033

Roller Lotch

c60 G035

Clomp Bond

c60 G034

Roller Lotch

c60 G036

the clamp-band and roller-latch Type S and Type D optical


assemblies. The order should call for the No. 241 Lumilex globe,
Cat. No. 35-120635-01.
If you have spun-sealed Type S or D reflector assembly or
another manufacturer's assembly and want to convert them to
take advantage of the new Lumilex g1obe, you should order a
reflector-globe assembly according to the following table.

Pdtte rn s
(lES Types)

Tvp e

* For prices, refer to GEA-7101.

25

SEGTI0N

2: PR0DUCT DATA -

equiplnsnf-

multiple control

externol bollqsts for mercury lomps

bollost recommendotionst

While the Power-pack design with selfcontained ballast offers many advantages,
some users may require external ballasts.

The table below shows recommended

G-E ballasts.
General Electric's external ballasts are
light and easy to install. Like the built-in
Power-pack ballasts, they utilize highquality, grain-oriented strip steel to
reduce "watts loss," resulting in lower
operating cost. Mechanical and electrical
construction is designed specifically for
long life in outdoor duty.

MULTIPTE

(Regulotor
Tvpe)

No. of

Lomp

Voltog e

Lomps

Wotts

Roting

Cotolog
Number*

I
I
I
I
I

100
175

t20/24O

c30l G00r

250

120/240

400
400
400
400

t20/240

c302G001
c303G001
c304G001

700

t20/z4o
t20/240

2
2
1

I
,l

MULTIPLE
(HPF

I
I
I
I

Reoclor
Tvpe)

t20/24o

000
175

250
400

700
I

480

c304G003

t20/240

c306G001

480

c306G003
c305G00r

240
240
240
460 / 4so
460 / 480

000
500

480

c30zG00t
c3
c3
c3
c3
c3
c3

0G00
I G00'

2G00'
3G00'
4G00'
5G0l

f See ballast electrical data table. Refer to General Electric


Handbook for ballast dimensions.
* For prices, see GEA-7101.

QR photoelectric controls
General Electric Quick Response photoelectric control gives precise automatic
control of any lighting circuit. This control utilizes a new, simplified circuit and
a minimum of components for reliability
and trouble-free operation. Every component used has been quality-proved in
field applications to insure unsurpassed
reliability. A locking-type mounting fits
all EEI-NEMA standard receptacles.

Nominol
Supply
Volto

Mox lncon.

Nominql

Cotolog

Lomp Lood

Footcondle Ronge

Numbers

(Wotts)

(Verticol)

I 000

0.5 to 3.0

c402G200

I 000

0.5 to 3.0

c402G230

120

240

* For prices,

see GEA-7101.

Bracket for wall mounting of PE control: C403G001

multiple control switch


This dependable switch is designed for
controlling loads in excess of 1000 watts.

It is available with

one relay

for

con-

trolling up to 3600 watts, or with two


relays each rated for 3600 watts. A1l leads

are color-coded and identified. Relay


components are mounted on a removable
insulated board. The multiple switch can

be controlled remotely from a pilot-wire

circuit or by an integrally
photoelectric control.

mounted

Col. No. *

Description

Voltoge

Remoie conlrolled, single-pole,


3600 wotts, normolly closed
Some, double pole, 3600 wotts

240

eoch pole

240

c4l
c4l
c4l
c4l

c420GO1 3

120
120

0G0(
0G0l 2
0G0( t7
oco1 I

Single-pole, with locking-type

120

photoelectric conlrol
Double-pole, with photoelectric

240

c420G01 5

120

conlro

240

c420GO1 4
c420GO1 6

I For prices,

see GEA-7101.

series control equipment


conslonlc

ulrenl

lronsf ormer

26

For the expansion of existing series street lighting circuits General Electric offers a
complete line of constant-current transformers, controllers, protectors, and IL
transformers. For product information and prices refer to the General Electric
Outdoor Lighting Handbook or your local General Electric sales engineer or street
lighting agent.

o'nurt:ple circu'-1,-;&'""

Conloclors shown on this Poge ore producls of lhe Generol Purpose Control Deporlmenl, Bloominglon, lll. For
producl informolion, pricing, ond ordering, conlocl lhe
Generol Purpose Conlrol Depl., your Generol Eleclric
Soles Engineer ot Ageni, or refer io the GPC Hondbook.
Do not requesl inf ormolion or order f rom Ouldoor
Lighting Deportmenl.

General Electric's complete CR160 Type L contactor line is


designed for use with street, highway or general area lighting
luminaires to provide multiple-circuit control.
These contactors may be controlied remotely by a pilot
device or by a photoelectric control mounted on top of the
enclosure. Contactors are available with or without locking-type
receptacles for mounting the photoelectric control.
CR160 Type L two-pole contactors are load-rated for filament,
fluorescent, or mercury luminaires. Fault current protection is
availabie from 30-, 60-, or 100-amp, 250- or 600-volt fuse clips
provided with the contactor.
This dependable control features an outdoor enclosure, a
hinged door with gasketed construction, enclosure knockouts for
conduit fittings and pilot devices, enclosure locking provisions
and poie mounting brackets.

CRl60 L conlqclor

with phoioeleclric conlrol receptocle

&

:tai

,&

ordering directions

lorm as a reference, for example, "simiiar to CR160 L324224A'

Order by complete CR nomenciature, for example, CR160

except with a surge arrestor."

L32422p^1'.

Order special features by complete description using a listed

ordering informolion-CRl60 Forms (60-cycle)


Forms without Pholoeleclric
Fu

ll- loo d

Line

Current

I20-voli

Roiing

Supply

Forms

Full-lood

Control Receplocle

with Photoelectric Control Receptocle

Line

240-volt

480-volt

Supply

Supply

60 132322AA cRl 60 13232544 cRl 60

1331 35AA

30-omp

:R1

60-omp

:Rl60 142022A4 cR160 14202544

00-omp

:Rl 60 152022AA cRl 60 152025AA cRr 60 152235AA

cR1

Roti

60 142435AA
1

ovoilqble modificotions
(Foctory inslolled. For price oddition, contoci youl G-E Soles
Engineer or Agent.)
18-in. pigtails

240-voll
)uppry

l2O-volt

Current

Supply

30-omp

R\ 6A 132422AA cRt

60-o mp

R]

00-omp

Rt 60

t
+

480-voll

Supplyn{

60 132425AA cRl 60 135225AA cR160 135335AA

60 142122AA cRr 60

142 I 25AA cRl

t52322AA cRt 60 152325AA

Does not include


Receptacle wired
Receptacle wired
Receptacle wired

240-voll
Supply

cR1

60 143725AA cR160 t43835AA


60 152925AA cRl 60 153035AA

photoelectric control, which is listed on page 26.


line-to-line for 240-volt photoelect.ic control.
line to-neutral for 120-volt photoelectric control.
line to neutral for 240 volt photoelectric control'

Surge arrestor

Lightning arrestor
27

SECTI(lN 2:

DATA

PR(lDUCT

lomps

multiple filoment lomp doto


Lo mP

Ordering
Abbreviotion

End

of

Life

Lum ens

89 PS2

5/64

53ld

295 P535/5 8

300M

300

7
7
7
7

405P34O/54
500
620PS4O/53

750/7

Mog
Mo9
Mog
Mog
Mog

9V2

9 t/2
9 1/t

860 PS52 / 80

10oo/7

0.65
0.65
0.66
o.70
0.63

$0.5 I
.90

Mog

1.25

l.l0

1.40

2.80
3.80
3.00

Mog

Mog

0.7 6

0.74
0.74
0.76
0.74

0-73

0.7 6

0.6 I
0.67
0.6 r
0.63

0.68
o.73
0.72

fluorescent lomp rqlings


Approx. Lumen

Nominol
L

eng lh

Bulb

Li

Lomp Ordering
Abb revio tio n

Bo se

Feet

st

Lo

Price

Lif e
H rs.

mp

ting

Ro

Hig h

Outpul

Groovc

T-

r-

Rcccss D,C

F24t

/Cw /HO

$2.7 5

End of
Roted Lif

Inil;ol

't-t2

Recess D.C-

F48r 12/CW /HO

6A

't-12

Rccess D.C.

PG- 17

0.68

0_5I

0.68

6600

52aO

44A5

98

0.5 8

0.68

6900

5550

4830

t10

o.57

0.6 8

0900

4700

7300

160

o.57

0.68

1.5

5900

1720

16)

(c)

105

{.)

0.68

1.5

9500

7600 (6)

(c)

r50

(.)

0.68

33

F72r t2/CW /HO

3.7 5

3000

1.0

Recess D.C.

F48?Gt7 /CW

5-95

9000

I.5

PG.17

Recess D-C

F72PG17

/CW

7.2s

9000

1.5

T-r0

Recess D,C.

F48T

tOlC W

5.20

9000

T-

l0

Rccess D.C.

F72r

10

/CW

6.00

9000

mercury lomp dolo-Bonus Line-Averoge life in excess of l6,000 hours-Mogul


Code

Fi ni

sh

Lisht

lnitio

enl er
Leng th

Iu m ens

(Vert.)

Lum ens

{Vert.) for

l6,o0o

Lum ens

(Vert.) ol
12,000 hrs.

Lumens

69

4150

ASA
Cod c

Life

2820

1.0

GE

of

Lum ens

20

13000

Ord ering

End

0.5 8

2.70

t0

(Av ero g e

40

)700

Suggested Moinlenonc(
Foclord Bosed on

I I55

I.0

12

mp

360

3000

12

Lo

Wo tts
'11

(o)

Currenl

lnitiol

Lumens

Lum ens

(H

(Horiz.)

or

hrs.

oriz. )
16,000
hrs.

Bqse

[um ens
(H

ot

oriz.)
12,000
h

List

Price

Suggested Moini. Foctord Bosed on


oi Group-replocement lnleryo
of 12,000 hrs.

Lumens

rs.

Horizonto

lO0-wott, BT-25 Bulb


H
H
H

100A38-4

H3

r00c38-4

H38-4JA/C

r00w38-4

8.4HT

H38-4JA/W

Cleor

c.l.*

5 in.
5 in.
5 in.

3650
3350
3940

2960
2580
2800

2660
2240

3470

22AO

3740

5 in,
5 in.
5 in.

7300
6950
7900

6700
6350
6400

6450
6050
5750

6950
6600

2940
2600
2 880

2680

6500
6050
6200

6300
5800
5650

$ 12.00

7500

r0500
r0000
I 1300

9800
9200
9400

9500
8800
8550

I 8200
't7500
7300

17600
16700
15700

3 180

2350
2500

$ 12.7 5

t7.oo

17.OO

0.62
0.57
0.49

0.66
0.63
o.57

o.75
0.74
o.62

0.7 5

175-wott, BT-28 Bulb


H
H
H

75439-22
75C39-22

H39-22K8
H39-22KC/C

75W39-22

H39-22KC/W

Cleor

c.l.*

r3.00
l3-o0

0.77
0.64

250-woil, BT-28 Iulb


H250A3Z-5
H250C37-5
H250 W3Z-5

H3Z-5K

400-woti, BT-32

CIeor

c.t.*

5 in.
5 in.

r000
r0500
I 1900
r

l0

100

9700

9550
9650

9 r50

8900
8200

1 8000
17 400
t6 100

8700

r6.00

0.7 5
0.7 4

0.77

17.OO

17.00

o.62

o.64

0.7 5

0.74
o.62

0.77
o.7 s
o.64

0.71
0.68
0.62

o.7I

0.66
0.59
o.16

0.68
0.66
0.54

0.7 5

ulb

H400A33- r
H400c33- l

H400w33-

H37-sKC/C

H37-sKC/W

H33-rCD
H33-

rGtlC

H33-1Gt/W

Cleor

c.l.*

7 in,
7 in.
7 in.

20500
20000
22000

r
r

t7800

19500

r9000
20800

r5.00
I6.50
16.50

7OO-wort, B'l-46 lulb


HZ00A35- r 8
H700c35- r 8
HZ00 w35-

1000-woil, BT-56
H
H

r000A36- r5
1000c36- 15

H 1000

H35- rSNA
H35- r8ND/C
H35- I 8NC/ W

w36- t5

Cleor

c.l.*

9 Vz

9t/t

in-

40000

Te in.

56000
54000

32400

33000
29600

27600
29200

34600
32 800
38000

r400
29200
3?000

30000
27600
29400

$4 r.00
47.O0

47500
42500

43500

53000

37sOO

5 1000

32600

57500

45500
43000
42500

42500
39500
36200

$42.00
4 8.00

4 1000

3 1000

47.OO

0.74

0.66

ulb
H36- l5GV
H36- l5 G W/C
H36- l5G W/W

Cleor

c.l.*

9
9

Ta in.

ls in. 60500

AFor architectural treatments consider colored


high output lamps:
F72Tl2/IIO: Red, Green, Blue, Deep Blue,
Pink and Gold.
dMaintenancep."lo.-d-9Pl9S-ia.tlolt-tt"x(o.rrr.
lnltlal lumens
where (0.85) is assumed to be a reasonable multiplier to be used with enclosed luminaire. "End
of rated life lumens" recomnended for use
when calculating maintenance factors for road-

28

37000
in. 34500

way lighting or any mercury application.


"Mean Lumens" recommended for use when
calculating maintenance factors for most other
areas.

(RSCB) Recessed Single Contact Base.


(M) Mean Lumens not published for these lamps.
Estimated mean lumens are shown.
**Prices and technical data subject to change without notice. Consult your local Lanp Department representative for latest information,
At
12 hours per start.
ll

.48-OO

(a)

See photometric data for ambient tempe.ature


correction factors.
(b) For 9000-hour economic life estimated mean
Iumen value is 80/6 of initial rating.
(c) Information not available on current design at

time of p.inting.
* Color improved.
![ Values based on lamp life of 7500 hours for High
Output or on economic life of 5000 hours for
Power Groove fluorescent lamps.

mounting brqckets

*wood-pole

of the underbrace, the underbrace with tie, the single guy or the
double guy rods with the suitable iength bracket assures meeting
of EEI-NEMA standards for wood-pole mounting brackets. The

ofi :Tfl-'';:TT"I::i,:$:fi'"T::T.iJ3'liT,::'"il:xT;:l
2 feet
20 feet. These brackets

to
pipe sizes and in lengths from
are designed to allow for ease of installation and to utiiize a
minimum amount of pole space. While maintaining the modern
upsweep design, the degree of rise in the bracket is limited so as
to minimize interference with the other pole iine equipment. Use
t.L

r
i+

upper pole plate contains a

E::-

"

"_-l
rl+ -=..:'
#

Fig.

Fig. 4
Single guy

Fig. t
No supporl

Slip -

hole for grounding attach-

-re5-inch

ments. Wiring to the luminaire is through the bracket, eliminating the need for insulation or other wire entrance devices.

tF?

fitter

Moximum Luminoire

Dim ensions

Nomino I
Length

Fis.

lnches
ln.

ln.

ln.

No.

Und er

or Over
W eight

Bro

l-b s

Sq Ft

45
35
35
45
45
45

2.5

Double guy

Cot. No,

cing

AIUMINUM BRACKETS
15t/t

8t/t

184e
241/o

8t/a

6
6

30
45
69
45
69
69

Y1

93

29

r/t

69

24\/ta

V4

t/t
Y4
Y4

\/4
1/a

2. 5
4

6
4

18Ua
24\/to
241/o

tt/tt

l5V1
15Vt

18%

21
23

4
4
5

93

291\o

t/a

93

291V0

2. 5
4

30
45
69
45
69
93
69
93
69
93
93

15 t/s
18Ys

8V4

24

8V4

4
6
8
6
8
6
8
8

AIUMINUM BRACKETS
2

8%

18Ya

t5

24
29
24

Yo

16V2
183/t
16t/z
183/t

24
29
29

5A

29%

21
Ys

I
I

8Y4
14V2

23

I
I
I
2
2
2
3
3

4
4
5

35
35

1.3
t_J

2.5
2.5
2.5
1.3
1.3
1.3

70
90
70
45
70
45

2.5
2.5
1.3

45
1.3

45
35

90

2,5
t.J
5.0

None
None
None

c620GOO2

c620G003
c620G004
c620G005

Und erbro c e
Und erb roc e
Und erb ro c e-Ti e
Und erb ro c e-Ti e

c620 G006

c620G008
c620G009
c620G0 I 0

Single Guy
Single Guy
Double Guy

c620G0 I I
c620G0 r 5

None
None
None
Und erb
Und erb
Und erb
Und erb ro
Und erbro

c622GO02

c622G003
c622GOO4

roc e

c622GOO6

ro c e

c622GOO7

ro c e

c622GOOS

ce'Ti e

Single Guy
Single Guy
Double Guy

c622GO09
c622G0 10
c622GO12
c622GO13
c622GO1A

e-Ti e

or f luorescenl luminoires
4A

2l

It0

21

lto

26

Un d erb ro

ce

35 -107270 -1 4

Un de

rbro

ce

3 5

-10727 0-1 5

GATVANIZED STEEI BRACKETS


t%

2 5

1Y1

1/q

1V

1%

6
8

1 I/a

1%
I t/a
1%

1 t/4
1 t/a

8
6

2 5

2
2

4
6

2
2

2
2
2
2
2
2
2

6
8
6
8
6
8
8

30
45
69
45
69
93
69
93
69
93
93
30
45
69
93
45
69
93
69
93
69
93
93

187A0

8 t/4
8r/a

24Vd

8t/a

18Uo
24\/to

141/z

291110

183/a

I
I
2
2
2

24Vt

15t/2

'183/a

t,/a

29 tVo

24t/to

291V0
29 tVo
15

Vg

183/e

24
29

151/z

2l
t!
8%
8%

8t/t
Y6

8V4

None
None
None
Und erbro
Und erb ro

2.5

Underbroce

4
4
5

35

1.3

70

l
I
I

24

16Vz

295

183/t

2
2

24

161/z

29%

183/d

2l

23

4
5

Ys

1.3

5.0

t5

29%

5.0
2.5

90
70
45
70
45
45

18YB

24
29

90
45

90
90
70
45
90
90
70
90
70
70
45
90

2.5
2.5

Und erb ro
Und erb ro

c
c

None
None
None
None

5.0
5.0

Und erbro

2.5
5.0

e-Ti e
e-Ti e

Single Guy
Single Guy
Double Guy

5.0
5.0

5.0

e
ce
c

U nd

c62
c62
c62
c62
c62
c62
c62
c62
c62

1G002
I G003

tGoo4
I
r

G005
G006

1GO07
i

G008
G009

G0 13

c621G014

c62rG0t8
c623GO02
c623 G003
c623GOO4
c623 G005

c623G006

erbro ce

c623GOO7
c623 G008

Und erb ro c e
Und erb ro c e-Ti e
Und erb ro c e-Tie

Single Guy
Single Guy
Double Guy

c623GOO9

c623G0 l0
c623GOt4
c623G0 ts
c623GO20

t Brackets in lengths up to

20 feet also available in aluminum or galvanized steel. For ordering information, prices, etc,, refer to G-E Sales Engineer or Outdoor Lighting Handbook.

29

SECTI0N

2: PR0DUCT DATA- poles ond brqckets


power distribution is used), aluminum, steel or concrete poles
should be carefully considered.
In choosing among steel, aluminum and concrete poles,
personal preferences on aP|earance and ouer-all economics
inuolued will guide gour selection.

Which method oJ mounting the luminaires gou select generallg


depends on two things: the appearance, based on indiuidual
preJerence and where the lighting is to be used; and the ouer-all
economics of initial pole cost, installation and maintenance.
On trafic and business streets, shopping centers, parhing lots,
highwags and mang residential sfieets (where bach-of-Iot

NOTE: For steel and aluminum poles, anchor rods and a paper template to set them are shipped soon
after receipt of order so that conclete bases can be poued and have time to "cure" before poles urive.

steel pole

oluminum pole

concrete pole

Steel poles are the most widely

Aluminum poies are lightweight, require poured concrete base (see note above),
need no painting, can be in-

Concrete poles are available


with base pre-cast to the pole,

used, are high

in

strength,
require a poured concrete base
(see note above), need periodic

painting, have lowest original

stalied on foundation without

is
typical.) For details and prices,
contact local G-E sales engineer or street lighting agent.

cost

a hoist. Higher original

cost. (Illustration shown

A
| |

require only gravel

or

slag

tamped into a hole around the

no painting necessary,
very strong and durable, low
base,

maintenance. (Illustration
shown is typical). For details

but lower in weight, low maintenance. (Illustration shown is


typical.) For details and prices,
contact local G-E sales engineer or street lighting agent.

and prices, contact local G-E


sales engineer or street

lighting

agent.

m
ordering informqtion
Union Metol Sleel
Pol e

(includes brocket)

HAPCO Aluminum Pole


(includes brqcket)

Residenliol Streets
Filqmenl luminoire
Filoment wilh lronsformer bqse for lL
175-wott mercury Power Pock luminoire
Fluorescent

Filoment luminqire
Filoment with tronsformer bose

for

lL

400A-F25081 -2C

402A- F2508 I

I T28A2556

400A.F25081.2C
800A-H25082 -2C

l 282556-Ml
r

282556-M

4825R56-Mr

400A.H28681 -2C

1322756-M1

402A- F2508 I

1r28A2756

400A-G26982-2C
402A-G25082

250-wott mercury Power Pock luminoire


25O-wott mercury luminoire with lronsformer bose for bollost

Fluorescenl

800A-J 30082-2C

I 3230568-M I

T32A3056B
14830R56-Ml
r

Heovy Troffic ond


400-wqtt mercury Power Pock luminoire
400-wott mercury luminoire with lronsformer bose for bollost

| 402A-G25082
800A-J 30082-2C

Fluorescent

400A-H29682-2C

l00O-woti mercury Power Pock luminqire


1000-wott mercury luminoire wiih lrqnsformer bose for bqllosi

Fluorescent

900-Y86

400-woit mercury Power Pock luminoire


400-wott mercury luminoire with lrqnsformer bose for bollosl
400-wott mercury Power Pock luminoire
4OO-wqtt mercury luminqire with lrqnsformer bose for bollqst
Fluorescenl

\ 402A-H27982

Decorolive post-top luminoires


Decorqlive post-top luminoires
Decorotive post-top luminoires
Decorotive post-top luminoires
Whitewoy luminoires
For prices, see GEA-7101

30

1323056B-Ml
I T32430S6B
r 4830R6.M1

13230A68-Mt
] T32A3OA6B

13227A88-Ml

JU

440A-H270C2-2C
442A.G250C2
440A-)270F2-2C

30

442A-)250F2

\ r32A27 A1 5g

30

800A.J30082-2C

'I

30

30

Decorqlive Slreet Lighling

400A-G26982-2C

1T32A27 A8B

l48274l5B-Ml
4830R6.M1

G-E Sreel Pole

l2-ft Pedestol,
l4-ft Pedestql,
I 2-ft Pedestol,
I 4-ft Pedestol,

'r I 0733-1

Anchor bqse
Anchor bose

35-l I 0733-01

35

35-1 l 0233-02

35-r I 0733-1 4

Embedded
Embedded

35-l 1 0733-05

35-1 10733-17

35-r I 0233-06

35-l I 0233-1

NOTE: For details, catalog numbers,


price, etc. of poles for CM-1000 and

/-

pedestol poles
(for post-mounted luminoires)
Round, tapered steel and aluminum poles in
12- and 14-foot iengths are recommended for
use with post-top-mounted decorative luminaires. For details and prices, contact local
G-E sales engineer or streef lighting agent.

Typico

Typicol

onchor-bqse
pole

em bedded

pole

or"r,.on Concrete

Generol Electric Luminoire (noi including phoioelectric control)*


Pole

(includes brockel)

W eight
(Lb)

Proi. Areo
(Sq Ft)

l5

1.3
1.3

or Type

Form

Form 'l 0l SO
Form 101 SO
Type M-250R
Form 204

&
&

RV
RV

800- 823H6
70s-T21H6
800- 823H6
800- 826Y65

2{

't.8

50

3.8

800- 825H6
705-T26H6

1.3

15

t.3

Form
Form

800- 828H6B

35

705-T26H6S

'I

2.5
2.5

8ro-B3lY66

6l

<o

Type M-250R or M-400


Type M-250R or M-400

15

't

l0l
l0l

R, D,
R, D,

S
S

Form 206

800- B28H6B

46

70s-T26H6s

2B

2.4
2.4

Type M-4OO Power


Type M-400

810-831Y66

115

8.5

Form 406

810-B3lv6B

68
35
150

3.1

Type M-1000 Power


Type M- I 000

70r -T3l v6B

810-B27V89
701 -T27V8S
8l 0-B27Vr sB
701 -t27V1 58

810-83rY66

46
28

46
28

ll5
20-35
20-35
20-35

20

35

2.8
8.5

2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
8.5

CM-200 luminaires, contact your G-E

or street lighting agent.


* For photoelectric control add 3 pounds to weight and 0.07 square feet to projected

2.5

2-2.5
2-2.5
2-2.5

sales engineer

area.

Pock

Pqck

Form 606

Type
Type
Type
Type

M-400 Power

Pock

M-400

M-400 Power

Pqck

M-400

Form 406

PMAPMA.
PMAPMA-

5, PMC-1 6,
5, PMC-1 6,
5, PMC-l 6,
5. PMC-t 6.

PMF-I
PMF-I
PMF-I
PMF-I

O4A

O4A
O4A
O4A

@ You get extra values


each time you apply
General Electric

outdoor lighting products


RESEARCH AND TESTING ore coordinoted
on o continuing bosis. Use-environmentol test resultssuch os heot, cold, shock, vibrotion-ossure reliobility
during yeors of use. The results olso contribute to the
reseorch thot provides tomorrow's improved designs.

MANUFACTURING

SERVICE is the extro volue thot mokes

oll components.

Electric outdoor lighting products your best buy. Foclory


ond locol opplicotion help, regionol worehouses, ond
the industry's lorgest soles teom combine to give you

processes use outomoted methods ond


the lotest equipment ond techniques lo repeot best production of

Consistently opplied in-process control further


of finished producls, moking Generol Electric

ossures the quolity

luminoires relioble ond trouble-free over long yeors

Complete information on 0eneral Electric's

of

service.

full line of

lighting luminaires is available in the new Area Lighting

ln this one, eosy-lo-use,

Generol

the right luminoires when ond where you need

them.

area

Guide.

48-Poge

cotolog you hove oll the informotion


necessory io specify ond order lumi-

for ony oreo. Recommended


light levels, lomp wotts, mounting

noires

heights ond spocings ore covered for


different opplicotions. Products ore
suggesled for differenl oreos, bolonc-

ing efficiency of operotion with oppropriote design-importont since


decorotive lighting olso odds volue.
Full product ond ordering informotion
ore cleorly given. Ask for GEA'7223.

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