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CentralTrough System (CTSI defines and integrates architectural inte A modular system, CTS consists of standard, telescoping and 90'uni-
riors with continuous flows of light in linear or geometric configurations. versal corner modules. The system's flexibility allows the designer to
CTS provides unifo.m ambient lighting for circulation areas, offices, Iob- specify light patterns uniquely suited to a pa.ticular space using
bies or other interiors where effective general illumination is required. standard modules in continuous runs. Overlapping lamps eliminate
uneven brightness and produce an unintel.rupted line of light. Visual
continuity and controlled suaface brightness are achieved using con-
tinuous parabolic louvers. Louvers of similar optical design, parabolic
shape, material and finish are utilized for CTS and PTS. Thus both
systems are visually compatible with each other and other Lightolier
pa.abolic louver fixtures.
Perimeter Trough System (PTS) defines and delineates architectuna in A modular system, PTS consists of standand and telescoping modules so
teriors with cont nuols f ows of light along the confluence of ce ing and that linear runs of virtually any length can be constructed. lnside and
wa . PTS outllnes the perimeter of an architectural space wth even outslde corners permit the installation of PTS around the entire perime
illuminat on, cneating a f oating ceil ng effect and accenting walls with a ter of a room, including wa intersectlons, offsels and a coves. Overlap
soft uniform line of light fnom a concealed source ping larnps minimize uneven brighlness and produce an uninterrupted
lLne of lighl where modules are joined togeiher. An internal parabolic ne-
flecton enhances downwand light distributlon. The Irght source is fu ly
concealed at normal viewing angles, blt greater shielding s obta nab e
with cont nuous parabolic b ade louvens. Louvers of simi ar oplical de-
sign, parabolic shape, material and finlsh a.e utilized for CTS and PTS.
Thus both sysl,ems are visua ly compalibie with each other and other
Lightolier parabolic louvea flxtures. PTS offers a sefles of standard
units with aia supply and return capabililies.

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llluminated Telescoping Module cufting Jig
The telescoping module is used to When the telescoping module is
compdse rLrns of virtually any used. the extruded sluminum trim
length and is available for both CTS and the frame of the louver tif anyl
and PTS series. is cut to fit at the site. A cutting
jig for the trim is supplied to insLr.e
accurate alignment.

CTS 90 UNIVERSAL CORNER PTS INSIDE CORNER

Conner Module (CTS) Corner Modules (PTS)


The universal 90'corner module lnside and outside coTner modules
allows the Central Taough Systerf enable the Perimeten Trough
to accommodate left hand and System to follow the full contour-
rrght hand turns. of rooms, corr dors or foyers. Full
ref!ector inside the corner insures
uniform appearance.

Parabolic Louver provides rigid suppor-t, allowing the Lightolier Companion Products Consult youI" Lightoller
Parabolic louvers of semi-specular louver blades to float" in the HVP3 and HVP4, parabol c repaesentative fof moTe
anodized aluminum assure shielding trough. Louvers are easily removed louvened recessed luminaires, are inforrnation. Or see Lightolier
of the light source wiih a pleasant for cleaning or lamp replacement. compat ble with CTS and PTS. Brcchure No. 27071.
low brightness luminosity. A con- Leveling screws allow adjustment
cealed f.ame of extruded ahrminum of louver after installation
FIT IN TRIM

Trim Detail
Precisely engineered ceillng trims
are compatible with major ceiling
types, such as fit-in, overlap and
lnear metal panel.

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Overlap Lamp Detail Electrical Connectors


The fluorescent lamps are Snap together plug-rn connectons
overlapped 3" to minimize are supplied with each module to
shadows, thus producing the facilitate instal ation by the
effect of a continuous line of light. contfactorl

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afety Mounting Lugs screws permit quick vertical ad- AiF Handling Gapability Numbel" PRTS or equivalent) at-
wing out and lock into position, justment from within luminaine; A taim rail with air slot allows [ach to PTS air slot for air sup-
unlock easily for removal of lumi- to specify add suffix SW to cata the PTS system to be used with ply. PTS chassis have concealed
naire; "fast thread" adjustment loq number. a linear air diffuser. Hose con- openings for heat extraction and
nection and air diffuser (by oth- air return.
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Centrel Trough System (CTSI offers a uniform flow of uninterrupted


light to accent and coordinate architectural interiors. Ihe continuous
line of even illumination is achieved through telescoping and overlapping
lamp modules. A 90'corner module permits changes of directions fo. a
variety of qeometric confiqurations.

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GTS-1 One lamp or two-lamp t
continuous lO" wide housing r
overlapping lamps . slotted for
heat extraction . ovedap ceiling
trim r parabolic louvers r gO"
universal corner . telescoping
lighted modules for linear runs of
any lenqth

CTS-Z Two lamp . continuous 12"


wide housing t overlapping lamps r
slotted for heat extnaction r
ovenlap or fit-in ceiling trim r
parabolic louvers r 90" univercal
corner . te lescopin g lighted
modules for linear runs of any
length

A: HOUSING Die formed steel, slotted for air return. lntegral flanges at ' 10j%6,,
each end strengthen housing, permit housings to be bolted together in | 12Vs' 12'
continuous runs and facilatate suspension of fixture. Concealed open- I
ings for heat extraction and air return. B: CEILING TFIM FLANGE Ex-
truded aluminum with internal aligner splines. Contoured foa brightness
control- Semi-gloss baked white enamel finish. C: PABABOLIC
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LOLJVER Semi-specula. anodized aluminum,40' lenqthwise bV 3O" mini
mum crosswise shielding. Supported along both edges by concealed
frame of extcuded aluminum- D: FLUORESCENT LAMP CHASSIS
Mounts into housingt secured by bracket and spring steel clips. Gaound
ing and locking latches ioin chassis in continuous runs. Fluorescent
lamps ovealap 3" to eliminate shadows. Single lamp or double lamp chas-
sis for CTS 1 & CTS-3;double lamp chassis for CTS 2_ Snap-together CTS-3 One lamp or two-lamp r
plug-in connectors supplied with each module. E: BALLAST Rapid staft continuous B" wide housing,
(40W Super Low Energy) or trigger start H PF, thermally protected replaces lwo widths of linear metal
class 'P:'C.B.M. certified by E.T.L. tr FINISH White baked semi-gtoss ceiling panels roverlapping lamps r
enamel over phosphate undercoating. BTotr minimum reflectance. ! slotted for heat extraction t metal
OPTIONS: SAFETY MOUNTING LUGS Swinq our and lock inro posirion, panel ceiling trim r parabolic
unlock easjly for removalof luminaire; "fast thread adjustment screws louvers . telescoping lighted
permit quick vertical adjustment from within luminaire; to specify add modules for linear runs of any
suffix SW to catalog number. tr 90" CORNEB MODLJLE for CTS-1 & length
CTS 2 allows left or right hand turns. tr CUSIOM OPTTON: 135"
COBNEFI MODULE, consult factory.

Central Tro!gh System (CTSI is available in the following series:

SERIES LAMP For simple specification, indicate series and lampts) desired.
CTS-1 tOVERtAP TRIMI 1082 EXAMPLE:
CTS-21 IOVERLAP TRIM) 2 cTs-1-1
CTS-2F IFIT IN TRIM] 2 For detailed ordering information, see pages 20 E 21.
CTS-3 IMETAL PANEL TRIM) 1 oR2
SPACI'IG RATIO: PERPENOICULAF = 1.2
ROOM SUBFACE REFLECTANCES 80% CE LING.50% WALLS.20% FLOOB

32OO LUMENS PER LAMP


FCF = 1 (Fm widlh=1oxMlg Ht above work prane)
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FCR=5 (Rm Wdlh =2xMlq. Ul. above*ork plane)
WALL REFLECTANCE RCR=10{Rm Wdlh =Mlc. Hl..bove wo.k plane}
50 30 10 50 30 10
50 30 10
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z 10 23 19 16 22 .1A .16 .21 .18 16 CENTEF IO CENTEF SPACING OF FIXTUFE ROWS IN FEET
FON 2 LGHT UNITS, MULTIPLY C.U BY 1.0 FOR 2 LIGHT UNITS. MULTIPIY CIiABTVALUES BY 2.0

cTs-2
SINGLE UNlt:2LT-40W SPACING RATIO: PERPENDICULAF = 1.2
ROOM SIJRFACF RFFI FCTANCFS AOq/" CF]L ING 50% WALLS 20% FLOOB

32OO LUMENS PEF LAMP


RCF = 1(Fn Widrh=10rMr9 Hr. above work plane)
FCF =5 (Rm. Width=2rMlg. Ul. abov. work p1...)
% WALL REFLECTANCE RCR =10 (Rm w'drh=Mrg Hr above work prane)
50 30 i0 50 30 10 50 30 10
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Ps 28 za 21 2T 24 21 26 23 21
92521 19 24 21 1A 23 2A 1a a1012 14
2 CENTEB TO CENTER SPACING OF FIXTURE ROWS IN FEET

cTs-3
SINGLE uNlT: tLT-4OW SPACING FATIO: PERPENDICULAF = 1.2

FOOM SUFFACF FFFIFCTANCES 80"/. CFILINC 50% WALLS 20% FLOOJ]

32OO LUMENS PEN LAMP


RCA=l (Am Widlh =10rMrg Hl above work pr6^e)
RCR =5 (Rm w'dlh = 2tMlg Hl. above work plan)
.. WALL NEFLECTANCE FCA =10 (Rm wrdlh= Mlc. Hl. above work plane)
50 30 r0 50 30 r0 50 30 r0
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kd43 .42 .39 37 40 .37 .36 37 36 34
38 35 32 36 .34 31 34 32 3r
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r 6 810 12 14
10 21 17 .15 .20 .17 15 19 17 15 CENIER TO CENTEB SPACING OF FIXTUFIE FOWS IN FEET
FOR 2 LIGHT UNITS. FOR 2 LIGBT UNITS. MULTIPLY CHART VALUES BY 2 O

I HEAT D|STR|AUTON 't20 RELATIVE LIGHT OUTPUT PRESSUBE VS. AIR FLOW
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HEAT REMOVAL TESTS PERFORMEO IN AC.
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Penimeter Trough System (PTS) floats cei ing space and accents wa ls
with soft uniform llurnination. lns de and outside cornen rnodules, to
gelher wlth telescoping modules and overlapplng lamps, a low an unin-
terrupted light flow that conforms to the contours of the architectural
space. An air suppiy capabillty provides further versatility.

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PTS SPECIFICATIONS PTS DESCRIPTION
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lt PIS-1 Onejamp continuous open
trough housing . concealed
overlapping lamps. concealed slots
for heat extraction .overlap ceiling
trim. inside and outside 90'
corners . telescoping modules for
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linear runs of any length

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PTS-z One lamp continuous trough


with parabolic louvers for greater
shielding. concealed overlapping
lamps.concealed slots for heai
extraction. overlap ceiling trim.
anside and outside 9Oo corners r
telescoping modules for linear runs
of any lenglh

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A: HOUSING Die formed steel, concealed slots for air return. Support
flanges strengthen housing, permit housings to be bolted together in PfS-3 One lamp continuous trough
continuous runs and facilitate suspension of fixture. B: WALL ANGLE housing with parabolic louvers and
Die formed steel L angle supports housing at wall. C: CEILING TRIM
FLANGE Extruded aluminum with anternal aligner splines. O: PARA-
BOLIC LOUVEB Semi-specular anodized aluminum, 40" lengthwise
shielding. Supported at inside edge by conce6led frame of extruded alu-
internal reflector for greater
shielding and higher efficiency.
concealed overlapping lamps .
concealed slots for heat extraction 9Y,'
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minum. E: PARABOLIC REFLECTOFI Semi-speculal' anodized aluminum. . ovedap ceiling trim r inside and
Provides unaform vertical light distribution. F: FIXTUBE BACK PLATE outside 90" corners rtelescopang
lntegral with unitized housing, provides addilional suppori for housing modules for linear auns of any
and insures precise alignment of continuous reflectors. tPTS 3 & 4 only] length 8"-
G: FLUORESCENT SINGLE LAMP CHASSIS Mounts into housing, held
in place with steel sprang clips. Groundang and lockang latches join chas-
sis in continuous runs. Fluorescent lamps overlap 3" to minimize shad-
ows. Snap in plug in connectors supplied with each module. H:
BALLAST Bapid starl (4OW Super Low Energyl or lragger start HPF,
thermally protected class 'P" C.B.M. certified by E.T.L. tr FINISH PTS4 One-lamp continuous trough
White baked semi-gloss enamel over phosphate undercoating. 87qb with full internal reflector for
minimum reflectance. tr OPTIONS: 90' INSIDE & OUTSIDE CORNER maximum downward light output.
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MODULES allow system lo follow the full contour of rooms. n CUS- concealed overlapping lamps .
TOM OPTION: 135" INSIDE & OUTSIDE CORNER MODULES. TWO overlap ceiling trim.insade and
LAMP PTS, consult factory. outside 900 cornefs with 9v,'
ref lectors. telescoping modules
for linear runs of any length
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Perimeter Trough Sysiem (FlSl is available in the following series:

SEBIES
PTS-1 (OVERLAPTRIM)
PTS-z (OVERLAP TRIM)
LAMP
1

1
For simple specification, indicate series and lamptsl desired.

EXAMPLE:

PTS-'t-1
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PTS-3 (OVERLAP TBIM] 1 For detailed ordering information, see pages 22 & 23.
PTS-4 (OVERLAP TRIM] 1
PTS.1 & PTS..IA (AIR SUPPLYI
1l' ON SiOE MOUNTING .B/ ONE SIDI MOUNTING 1C/ IWO SIDE MOUNTING
NO OPPOSITT WALL 6 FI BEMTEN WALLS 12 FT SETWEEN WAIIS

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2' ONE SIDE MOUNTING 2Bl ONE SIDE MOUNTING TWO SIDE MOUNTING
NO OPpOS|TF WA 6 FT sEIWEEN WALLS 12 FI BEMIEN WALLS

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3'/ ONE SIDE MOUNIING 38/ ONE SIDE MOUNTING 3C] TwO SIDE MOINTING
NO OPPOSIIE WALL 6 FT BFTWFFN WAILS 12 FT BETWEEN WALLS

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NO OPPOSITF WAI
L 6 FI BEMEEN WALIS 12 FT SFTWIEN WAILS

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PHOTOMETFIIC DAIA: lllumination valLres tlnitial Footcandlesl are averaged and rounded out. They are shown at the center of a trough of 5 or more
modulesr'The ill!mination values are Lrniform throLrghout the length, tapering off at the ends of runs to no Jess than 6Oq0 of the center values.
Footcandles on the adjacent and opposite vertical surfaces are shown vertically along the sides of the dragram. Footcandles on the horizontal
surface at three different distances from the ceiling are shown horizontally across the diagrarn. Room reflectances are BOryo ceiling, 50o/o wail,
2oqo floon. = For lrough of 3 modules multiply footcandles on horizontal by O. B. For trcugh of 4 mod ules multiply footcand les on horizontal by C. g.

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l.t PTS-lA One-lamp continuous open
trough housing.tdm rail with air
slots for ducted air supply.
concealed ovealapping lamps r
concealed slots for heat extaaction
r overlap ceiling trim . inside and
outside 90' cornerc .lelescoping
modules for lanear runs of any
length

PTS-2A One-lamp continuous


trough with parabolic louvers for
greater shielding ! trim nail with air
c slois for ducled air supply r
I concealed overlapping lamps .
concealed slots for heat extraction
r overlap ceiling trim . rnside and
Al HOUSING Die fonmed steel, concealed slots for air retunn. Supporl oulside 90" comers r telescoping
flanges sirengthen housing, permit housings to be bolted together in modules for linear runs of any
conlinuous runs and facilitate suspension of fixture. B: WALL ANGLE length
Die fo.med steel "L angle supports housing al wall. C: CEILING TRIM
FLANGE Extruded aluminum with interna aligner splines. D: PABA-
BOLIC LOUVER Serni-specular anodized aluminum, 40" lengthwise
shielding. Supported at inside edge by concealed frame of extruded alL.t-
minum. E: PARABOLIC FIEFLECTOB Semi-specular anodized aluminum.
Provides uniform vertical light distribution. F: FIXTURE BACK PLATE
lnteqral with unitized housinq, provides additional support for housing
and insures precise alignment of continuous refleclors. (PTS 3A onlyl
G: FLUOBESCENT SINGLE LAMP CHASSIS Mounts into housing, held
in place with steel spring clips. Grounding and locking latches join chas-
sis in continuous runs. Fluorescent lamps ovealap 3" to minimize shad
ows. Snap in plug in connectors supplied with each module. H:
BALLAST Flapid start t40W Super Low Energy) or trigge. start HPF,
'12%6"
thermally p.otected class P" C.B.M. certified by E.T.L. l: AIR DIF- PTS-34 One-lamp continuous
FUSEB TRIM RAIL Continuous extruded alLrminurl,]. Facto.y installed trcugh housing with parabolic
c ose off plates, easily removable for field attachment of air diffuser. louvers and intemal reflector for
Trim flange white baked semi-gloss enamel over phosphate undetcoat- greater shielding and higher
ingi black interlor surfaces. Supports ceilingtile. Readytoaccept efficiency r trim raii withairslots jlt
air.'landlrng diffr-er. byoLhers. Seepaqe /. fl f lNlSH WrrLe baked ior dJcled 6ir sJpply . conrealed .!
se,ri glos. enamFl over prosphate underLodtrrg. BTob minimLm ceflec- over apping lamps r concedled sloLs
tance. n OPTIONS: gO' INSIDE & OUTSIDE COBNER MODULES a low for heat exfaction . overlap ceiling
system to follow the full contoun of rooms. fl CUSTOM OPTIONT 135" t.im r inside and outside 90'
INSIDE & OUTSIDE COBNEFI MODULES. TWO LAMP PTS/AIR, con corners.telescoping modules for
sult factor-y. linear runs of any length
NO IL. For pl'otometflcs see Page 15.

HOW TO SPECIFY

Perimeter Trough System (PTsl Air Supply is available in the following

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SEB IES LAMP For simple specification, indicate the series and lamp desired.

PTS-1A (OVERLAP TRIM] 1 EXAMPLE:

PTS-2A {OVERLAP TFIM] 1 PTS-1A-1


PTS-3A IOVERLAP TRIM) 1 For detailed ordering information, see pages 22 & 23.
VOLUUE, CFiI 100 t20 140 160 t80 200 220 240
NC 30 34 37 43 45
't2 1T 38 .57
2-3-7 4 6,10 6413 7,9t 5 8 1016
445 4-5-5 4-5-6 556 5-6'7

NOTES:
1. CFMr Cubic Feel per Minute
2. NC: Noise Crleria sound pressure levelbased on a.oom absorption ol iOdB (lor laNC re 1ol2 watt)
3 Ps:Slatic Pressu.e (negalive) in inches waler gaoge
4. Throw is horizontal radius of diftosion resulting in roon velocities (V) o150, 35 and 20 fpm in the occupied zone.
5. Spread is horizonlal spread lor room velocities (V) of 50, 35 and 20 ipm in rhe occ!pied zone.
6. Roon velocity (V) based on tesls wilh term nalvelocllies (Vr) of 250, 150 and 125 tpm
7 Data based on 9 mounting height

AIR FETURN
DIFECTTO PLENUM. INCLUDING HEAT EXTFACTION PEFI45" UNIT

VOLUME, CFM 140 160 160 200 22tJ


NC 31 31

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NOTES:
1. CFM: Cubic Feel per Minlie
2. Ps: Static Pressure (negative) in inches water gauge

e 3. NC: Noise Crile.ia sound pressure lovelbased on a room absorprion oilOdB (tor LWNC re 1O 12 wall)

Data shown is IoTADDITIONAL air reluh lo plenun, accomplished by remding iactory inslalted ctose oti ptates trom lhe an

PTS HEAT EXTRACTION AIR NETURN DATA Data shown s lor PTS.1.-2 .3 & PTS.lA.-2A..3A wrlh laclory nsla ed close oll p ales of atr d'llrser llm ra
HEAT DISTFIBUTION RET,ATIVE LIGHT OUTPUT PBESSURE VS. AIF FLOW

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"Equilentlo heal translered io occuped condilionsjTr F slilla r in oom and plenum. 05 inches water galqe.
space through iloor above plenum Values beow 100% are due to e evaled plenom

THIS OATA IS FFIOM ITL FEPOBT #24560. HEAT FEMOVALTESTS PEBFOBMED IN ACCOROANCE wlTH IES GUIDE FOFI PHOTOMETRIC ANDTHEFIMALTESTING OF AIB COOLED HEATTFANSFEFI
I IJMINAIFFS IISING A 4 FT MODIJI F WITH ONE 40 WATT I AMP

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LAMPS LENGTH CATALOG NUMBEFI


4 1-20W 21" CD',tz-',t1z1
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5 130W 33' GD12-1133
1-40W 45', CO12-1',145
2-40W So', CDlz-tlSO
140W 21"-44" CD12-1',t1
90. coRNER cot2-1c
e 2-20W 24" CD12-1224
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5 2 30W 36', CD12-1236
ot 2-40W 4A" cO12-1248
+40w 96' GD12-12S6
2-2DW 27"-48 cD'12-12f
so" coRNEB GD12-1C

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5 2-30W 36"
(tl 2-40W 4A
CO12-2236L
CO12-2244L

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4-40W 96"
2,20W 27" 48',
90'COFNER
CO12-2296L
CD12-2ZTL
CD12-2CL

LAMPS LENGTH CATALOG NIJMBER


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E 2-20W 24" cO12-2224F
5 2,30W 36' cD'12-2234F
nt 2-40W 48 cO1?-224F
4-40W 96" GD12-229GF
2-20W 27"-4A" cD',t?-zzfF
90'coRNEFt CD12-2CF
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LAMPS LENGTH CATALOG NUMBEF


a 1-20W 21" cO12-3121
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5 1 30W 33', CD12133
1-40W 45" CD12145
2-40W 90" CD|231SO

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140W 21"-44', CD',tz-3',tf 0E
2-20W 24" CD123224
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5 2 30W 36', CD12236
ol 2-40W 48 CD12324S
440W So', CD12-3296
2-20W 21"-44" cD1232r
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OVERLAP YRIM OVERLAP TRIM/AIR SUPPLY

1n! - I,AMPS LENGTH


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/IBEF CATALOG NI-]MBEF

I r-zow co6-121 I r-aow 21' cD6-121a


5 1-3OW 33', CD6-133
:l 1-3ow 33" cD6-133A
,1" e l-aOW 45" CD6-14s F 1-40w 45" CD6-1454
I 2-aow so" cD6-19o 240W SO', CD5-|90A
I r-anw z/"-4g cDG-1f 140W 27"-48. COG-1IA
I cD6-1ic go1NstoEcoFNEF cD6-11C4
v." ll s l "oar",oa "o*rEF
go.ollTsrnF CnFNFR GDG-1oC gO"OUTSIDE COBNER CD6.1OCA

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I F i 4ow 4s, cD6-z4s I - t-aow 4s" cDa.z4sa
I 2-4ow go" cD6-?go 240W SO" CD5-290A
14EW 27',,48', CDE-If 14DW 27',-48 CDE-2IA
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' I r-:ow 33"
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5 i-3ow 33 cD6-333 cD6-333a
F 1-4OW 45' CD6-345 j - ,'oo* 4s' cDcsqsa
2-40W SO" CD5-390 ?-4c,w so" cD6390A
t-4nw 27"-4A" CD6-37 14.jW 27',-4A', CDG-gfA
golNsroFcoRNFR CDG-3'|C L cD6-31ca
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F 1-40W 45" GO6{45
2-40W gO', CO6490
140W 2/',-48', CDG4I
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L Consult plans for footage required for each linear run. (CTS-I or 2. Refer to ordering charts, opposite page, to deterrnine total quantily
CTS-2 Overlap Trim installations, deduct 3/4" at each end lrim loca- of each type of module needed to compiete each run, and specify
tion fo. net linear footage. Note that 3/a" end trim is not deducled on voltage 12O or 277.
CTS 2 Fit ln Trim or CTS-3 Metal Panel Triml.

Example of Straight Run:


1, Plan for CTS-1 ONE LAMP Series as shown: Modules rquired are:
A. Total length : 21'1O3/a'! One CD'|z-'l'lT ('1 20V at 27fvl 27" 48" Telescoping Module
B. Deduct 3/a" for each end lrim. Net footage: Two CD'12-1'l90 t1zOV or 277V) 90" Siandard ModuLes
21' 103/.4" _ t3/4" +3/.4") : 21'91/a': One CD'|2-'1145 (12OV or 277V1 45" Standard Mod!les
2. Refer to ordering charts for CTS 1 ONE LAMP and locate length in
row length column for 21'91/a'! fhis example falls in 21'O" lo 22'9"

'1. Consult plans, rnark location of all corners as required. 3. Refer to ordering charts, opposite page, to determine Lotalquantity
2. Calculate net footaqe required for each linear runi of each type of module needed to complete each rLrn and specify volt-
A. Deduct lhe dimensions for corners in each direction as follows: age 12O or 277.
1l CTS.I 12" for eadr corner 4. Continue lo calculate other runs as above. Be sL.rre to add all corners
2l GTS-2 -deduct
Overlap Trim-deduct 12tr'16" tor eadr corner to total quantity.
3l CTS-z FitJn Trim-deduct 12" for eadr corner
4l CTS-3-corners not available
B. Deduct 3/a" at each end tnim location.

Example of Pattern Run:


'1. Plan for CTS 1 ONE LAMP series as shown. Mark ocations of all Modules required are:
corners and end trims. One CD'12-1IT t120V ot 277V) 27" 48" Telescoplng Module
e. CaLcu ate nel lrnear footage required for the lop horizontal rLrn. De-
duci 3/a" for end tnirn and 12" for corner fTom tota linear length of
6'S'l Net footaoe: 6'9" - G/c' t 12') : 5'81/a':
3. Refer lo ordering chart for CTS 1 ONE LAMP and locate range n
One CD12-1'133 UZOV ot 277V) 33" Standard IModuie
4. Contrnue io calculate other runs as above.
5- Corners required to complete pattern runs are:
Two CD12-'lC 9O' LJniversal Corners
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lnear ength column for 5'874'l This example falls in 5'0" to 6'9" row.
cD12-1190 I CD12-114s cD12-124A I CO12-1236 )CD12-1224

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1. Consult plans for footage requircd for each lanear run. 2. Befer to ordering charts, opposite
page, to determine total quantity
of each type of module needed to complete the run, and specify volt-
age 12O ot 277

Example of Straight nun:


t. Plan for PTS-3 ONE LAMP Series as shown: Modules required are:
Total length : 21"1O3/a'! One CD6-3T (120V o. ?77V\ 27" 48" lelescoping Module
2. Refer to ordering charts for PTS-3 ONE LAMP and locate length an Two CD6-39O (12OV or 277V1 9O" Standard Modules
row length column tot ?1'11qa': This example falls in 21'O" to 22'9" One CO6-345 t1zOV ot 277V) 45" Standard Module

PATTERN RUNS

1. Consult plans, mark locations of all inside and outside corners as 3. Refer to ordering charts, opposite page, to determine total quantity
required. ofeach type ofmodule needed to complete each run and specifyvolt-
2. Calculate net footage required for each linear run: age 12O ot 277.
A. Deduct the dimensions for cornecs in each direction as follows: 4. Continueto calculate other runs as above. 8e sure to add altcorn"."
1l lreduct 14" for eadr inside corner to total quanlity. O
2! Deduct V." fnl" eadr nuEside corner.

90' INSIDE COFNEB 90'INSIDE COBNEF

FIOOM SIEIE ,r"+

90' INSIOE COBNER 90'INSIOE CORNER

Example of Pattern Run:


1. Plan for PTS-3 ONE LAMP Series as shown. Mark locations of all Modules required are:
coTnets. One GD6-3T t1zOV ot 277v) 27'-48" Ielescoping Module
2. Calculate net linear footage required for the top horizontal run. De- Two CD6-39O t12OV or 277V] gO" Standard Modules
duct 14" for each of the two inside cocners f.om the total linear 4. Continue to calculate other runs as above.
length of 2o'67a'l Net footage: 2O'6y4" -(4" +14") : 1a'21/a'! 5. Corners required to complete pattern aun are:
3. Refer to ordering chart for PTS-3 ONE LAMP and locate range in Five CD6-3'lC lnside Cornerc
linear length column for 1B'27a': This example falls in 17'3" to 19'O" One CDG-3OC Ouiside Corner
pTs.1,2,3,4-Ol\lE LAMP PTS.1A, 2A, 3A-ONE LAMP
PTS.1 cD6-11 cD6-190 cD6-145 cD6-133 cD6-12t Frs-.ra I cD6-tTA I CD6-i9OA cD5-'t454 co6-1334 co6-.t21A

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cD6-40C cD641C
CUSTOM CAPABILITIES
OPTIONAL SHIELDING MEDIA
Specific applications may require custom alterations or additions. Vari-
able angle corner modules prcvide further architectural options. When
maximum illumination is a major consideration, the systems may be modi
fied with lamps such as T I t32 Waft Rapid Starrl, 8O0 MA or 1500 MA.
Other custom capabilities include electronic damming ballasts, emergency
power packs and loudspeaker systems. Becessed configurations to com
plement standard surface or stem OFS ll systems are also available. For
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