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The CON/PACT 80 family of ouldoor lumrnarres represents a new
generation of 'sharp cutoff 'type, general purpose lighting
devices featu ring:
. mproved eff iciency in producing v sibility
. Expanded application versatil ty
. A new gracefu form evolved from functiona requirements
. Refined mechanicai design resultrng n:
. Relative Compactness
. High Strength to Weight Ratio
. Greater Ease of Installal on & N,4atntenance

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THE FORM 4,5


THE FUNCTIONS
PERFORN/A\CI ,,..,. 6,7
VECHANICAL 8,9
CONFIGUqATIO\S ,., , . 10, 11
SPECIFICAT,ONS. . . , ., 12,13
ORDLFINO CODLS, 14,15
CLl5 ORDERING INFORIVATION ........... 16,17
CL2O OBDERING INFORIVATION ....,...... 18, 19
CL3O ORDERING INFORI\IATION ........... 20,21
POLI I\FORVATION ,., , 22,23
ILLUSTRATED APPLICATIONS 24-46
INTBODUCIION TO CUTOFF LUI\IINA]RES., . 47
OPTIN/UM DLSICN GLIDES. 59

singularly new
the form

Compact B0 luminaires are lhe result of an integrated, f resh


appr6ach to the design of a new generation of Sharp cutoff
ligl-tirg oev ces.
'.lfbe form was dictated by a series of exacting performance crileria:
' -.:'' ..:iompactness for light weight and reduced wrnd loading com-

sat sfies the need for cooling and


f glrr'..i o ,n l-o-[ rtr ,,, 10 o- sealoni
materials which brilak down under heat and exposure.
. The optical system (ref eclor p enclosure) derives its
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unique form from new patented design pr nc p es de ivering high
system eff iciency comb ned w th oulslanding visibillty control.
The final desrgn form achr-.ved s cnsp, graceful, elegantly detailed
and strongly suggesl ve of rts funct onal concept
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TOTAL LIGHTING PERFORMANCE

The COMPACT B0 incorporates a palented opt cal system


developed to exacting criteria:
A. Faceted reflector design mull plies clear lamp images for
maximum efficiency" and illum nation uniformrty on pavement
without slriations.
B. Secondary splay reflectors redrrect normally stray I ght to bu ld
maximum candlepower at 689
C. Pyramidal clear enclosure allows max. C.P llght rays to pass
with minimal inner reflection.
D. Opposite pyramrdal enclosure sufface inner reflects stray I ght
rays at approximate max. C.P anqles.
E. Uplight reflector component redirects light energy preventing
refocus ng on lamp arc tube (assures max. larnp life, effioency
and color slability).
F. Max. C.P optical plane mproves intenslty of h gh angle beam
excelling over olher optical plane systems commonly used.
The resuits are best described by the following light distribution
diagram for a single luminaire:
''exceeds 7aa/o Ior all clear lamos: H.PS.-M.H.-clear l\l.V

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Ihe term 'SHARP CUTOFF LUN/lNAlRE' indicates certa n per-


{ormance characterist cs related 10 the ongltudinal ghl
distr b-tor from the lum,roi e.

This s only part of the story since many other pedormance factors
must be consrdered: eff iciency, a wide uniform lrght pattern and,
most rmportant, HIGH EFFICIENCY lN PRODUCING V S BlLlry
Culoff can el minate d scomfod brightness or glare, but it does not
alone insure a uniform ty of llum nation and pavement br ghtness
pattern.

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APPLICATION VERSATILITY
Built-in flexibilty is a prirne requ site for any performance lumina re (
due to the wide variely of outdoor light ng sltuat ons which are
likely to be encountered.

PERFORMANCE
A geomelric pavement llumination pattern consistency exists
between luminaires throughout the Compact BO fam ly. Variations
occur between clear and phosphor coated lamps bul, in general,
the illumination pattern remains pred ctable regardless of lum -
naire size, lamp selected or mounting helght.

MAINTENANCE, SAFETY DURABILITY


Safe, convenient nstal at on and servic ng of outdoor lumina res
requires an understanding of the 1e d conditions under wh ch they
are app ied and the maintenance techniques employed. Buit-in
durabi ity rs a must to deler the eJfects of weather condil ons and
vandal sm. Clear access and tool-less removal of all malor com-
ponenls speeds maintenance t rne. Easy cleaning w thout lear of
damag ng a fragile opt cal system nsures lasting, maximum
perJormance.

BALLAST & LAMP SELECTION


The Compact 80 fam ly of lumina res was designed 10 accept
the argest poss ble variety of H.l.D. ba lasts and lamps. While a
standard lamp/ballast combination has been pre-selected to pro-
vide optimum performance, other combinations are ava lab e. 1
All common input vollages; 12O, 208, 240, 277V are also available
(see Ordering lnformal on pg. 15 ).
rl MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS
A wrde var ety of s ngle and mu tiple mounting arranqements are availab e:

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ARI\I CLUSTERS SX
(cL 15 & CL-20 ONLY) (cL 15 & CL 20 ONLY)
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LEFT SIDE DISTRIBUTION MOUNTING
Due to the I ghl weight and small
prolected area of all Compacl 80
j luminaires, very few restricl ons
E on luminaire /pole combinations
f; ex st. (See pole offering and com
patibility section pgs 22, 23.)
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Maximum optical versat lity is
attained through a unique system
I wh ch ar ows lield directional ori
enlat on of the luminat on pattern

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RIGHT SIDE DISTRIBUTION
forward (normal) or to the righl or
lefl of the iuminaire.

Most s gnrficanl is that th s al ows single or multiple pole mounted luminaires


to maintain a consistent architectural orientation while providing different
illumination patterns where desirable.

EXAMPLE
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CONFIGLJRATION
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N,4ECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL FEATURES
A concept ol proportionale geometry was employed n estab
I sh ng the three lum naire s zes available. The norr] nal opt cal
system d rnensrons ot I5'i 20" and 30" square are proportional
lo the lamp bulb dimens ons for lhe var ous wattage amps
emp oyed from 70 thru 1000W rather than arbltrariy eslablshed
sizes The resu t s a cons stency ol form optica performance and
heat d ssipat on throughout the fam y of products
A major ll gh lntens ty D scharge ampsateotfered.

15" SERIES 20" SERIES 30" SERIES


7O\{r roOw t50w250!\1 250\17 IOOW (360W UNALLTXI 100\r'r loilow (360t! UNALLTT )

r00w t75!'r 250\\1 250 ,]OOW

1751,! 2s0W 25011/ 400w

PHOIOCONIROLS AND STFEET S DE BOOSTER/HOUSE S DE


SHIELD' AVAILABLE FOR SPECIAL APPLICAT ONS.
1. Extruded alum num structural hous ng belt provides
high slrength and lght weight (importanl for po e
compat b lity) (see pgs. 22, 23).
2. Steel re nforced corners.
3. Removab e (w,/o tools) ballast core and co I corn
ponent n separale enclosed chass s. Proper heat
s nk ng to hous ng belt insures long service fe.
4. Separate and removab e (w./o tools) capacitor and
chassis.
5. Threaded inserts for 1ie rod mounting. No need to
remove bal ast components to mount.
6. Term na bLock (opliona ).
7. Fa nt ght, re nforced top does not rely on sea ants to
prevent waler nfiltration yet al ows vent at on of
the hous ng.
8. Qu ck disconnect term nals al ow easy servicing or
rep acement of electrica components or opt ca
system.
9. Optlca system hinges down with door frame then
reflector h nges open for lamp replacement (no too s
requ red).
I0. Safety bolt sta nless stee h nges have concealed
release tabs (accessible when door is open) for
qu ck 1oo - ess remova .

1 1. Safety bo t sta n ess steei latches are actjvated by


nconspicuous operating tabs. (Tamperprool safety
screw is avai abie. )
12. Extruded aluminum door frame may be nslal ed to
I ir 9o e1 d-\ brde o'I a lo r\i q
13. The rellector/lamp assemby can be nstalled wth
optical or entatlon forward or to either s de (see pgs
B, I tor appl cat on versati ity) without tools.
14. Prec siof one p ece hydroformed, faceted, alzaki'
reflector s easi y cleaned afd is not sublect to
poss ble damage.
15. The oplical systern (reflector / lamp / clear enclosure)
s ful y gasketed and sealed against nio sture dirt
and bug ini ltral on yet can be easi y d sconnected
and removed for cleaning and re amping wh le a
previous y serviced system is put in place. ldea tor
qefera ma nlenance proqrams.
16. lnject on mo ded pyram dal cearLexan!enclosure
res s1s vandal atlacks and prov des low br ghlness
de lneating glow when v ewed at a d stance. (Also
availab e in co ors on special request ) (N/lay lre easily
f e d replaced. )
NOTF FI AT TEMPERED GLASS S OPTIONAL
17. Unique hinged amp base and lamp stab zing
rnethod assures precise optical lamp p acernenl
whi e rel ev ng rnechan cal stresses due to v bration
or heat expans on a1 the cr tical bu b base seal.
18. Po yurelhane f nish.
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O"uormance specifications
CONFOBI,4ANCE W TH I E. S. /ANSI STANDARD L GHT DISTR BUTION HOUSE SIDE SP]LL CONTROL
CB TERIA FOR ROADWAY LUt\IINAiRES (D]2.]-]972) (W/CLEAR LANIPS)
I The tola lrouse scle CU sha not exceed 028 and less lhan 7'h oi lhai o!lp!1
Each Lrm na re s/ra i class iy as an ANS Type MC (medrlm d slr bution. culofi)
unt NOTE: Slrorl (sharp) cltofi s no ofger covered by the ANS spec i .at on
sha be projected beyoncl I MH to the holse side
bul um na res sholr d meel the prevrous spec i catron
n order 1o nslre proper sharp clloii perlormance the lolowng speofrcalons VISUAL EVALUATION OF TNE L GHTING EFFECT
shou d a so be mel. I The pavemenl brglrtness pallern when vewecl lrom the.Jrvers eyev,ew
LIGHT DISTBIBUTION EFF C]ENCY (W/CLEAB LAMPS) al adslanceol aboul 5MH slra appear .e ai ve y smoolh and Lrn lorm lromlhe
I The lo1a coefficienl lr1 Lr1 zaton (lolal sireet s de CLI p Lrs tola horse sde 2 MH LFL lo th-D reierenc-D ne ( clrblne ) There sha ibe no oblecl onabe lrol
CUI sha exceed 0 70 spols slreaks or slr alrons
2 The tola slreet srde coeff c enl oi ul lizal on sha excee.l 0 43 2 The c ear (non prismat c) enc osure shal be lree or i,ol spots wrref v ewed
3 fire street s de coeli c ef1 ol !l zal on ior a slreei s de wrdth ol 1wo rnounl
nq herghls (Mf) sha exceecj 0 38 3 The c ear eic osure sha prov de a soil ow bfighlness dc rrearng g ow
4 The00l sofootcandehne(perl000 amp Lrmefs)sha meel lire relerence (lhe {lesrrable beacon eile.1) no1 exceed ng af averace brChlness o1 300 iool
ne ( curb ne ) beyond the 2 75 [4H transverse roadway I nes (IFL) arrberls NolelhallrrsrepresentsaneggbeamoLrnl01 rghl and thal the g are
5 The 001 soioolcand e lne slral ial beyond the slreel side
area efcom contro spec i cal on mLrsl be me1
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passed by the 2 0 MH TRL s anci lire 2 MH LFL ( onq 1ud na roadway ne)
6 The 0 0025 soiootcan.le ne sha lall beyoncl the po nt of nlersect on 01 PERFORIIANCE WITH RESPECT TO I. E, S. LLI]MINAT ON CBITERIA
llre 2 5 TFL and Ihe 2 5 LFL (des rab e for arge area and wrde slreel ghl ng)
7 Tlre strarghl clown candlepower sha nol exceed 134 candeas per 1000 I At a staggered ongludnal spacLng oi 551mes mounlng heght an'l a
atera spacing ol2 moLrftng he ghls. lire E S recommendeclaverage 1o nrn-
GLAFE CONTROL mlm lootcand e ratio of 3 to I ior roadway ighl nq sha be sal s|ed
Lur.naressha be ol the sharp 10 d ANS shorl ) culoii lype and sha prolecl 2 A1 a spac ng ol 5 5 I mes mounl ng ire giil by 5 5 moLr.l nq he ghi (4 way
a neq lghi beyond lhe 3 75 f,'lH TRL s and LRL s (75' prolecled
rg ble amoLrnl lr1 Lrn ts on a gr d ayoul). lhe E S recommencled average to .f I mum ioolcand e
angles) Neglgbe shaI mean esslhan 1 510 of lhe lola/ Iglrl olrlput ral o of 4 lo I ior parkrng areas sira be sal sled

NOTE: ALL LUMINAIRE FITTERS


ACCON,lMODATE 23/A'' DI A.
POLE TENONS,

A B C D E

CL]5 31/a" 4%" 7%" 17"


U.L. LISTED
CL2O 4v," 6" 2A3/4" 22vi' FOR WET LOCATIONS
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mechanical specif ications


GENEBAL DESCR PTION: F..r :,--sco te CL LLri..r.c sl,a huo'rr-"srarp I
LL,l.ll f,ip.'or nilr rierslr'dsclr.:.!E amps and niclra ba asls pro!d!9. t
ao itr. tsr. o:iLrre thal sranl.tlir ard.onosoFres:1anl
HOUSNG: sh: l-re'.rb..al.c lronr -a\rr!.ied ar!nrn!n sde Dares,",rrl sr.e
re.or.ed 1 ) mired.ofir.]ls 1.)rnrn.t a r.t.l slrLr.t!ra lret A prcss iornr.d
li4i -qlr:r be !1 olerappfg.lesqn pro!dnq r.'artiij rlirT ()r
slrlilof -.-at)-ara-r|l .1 alp -.d seaani m.tleras
OPTCAL ASSEMBLYT sha ..r!de a sened orrl.a .fanrb-.r rr.ir rr f.t-.:
].rn io, nmal;ne 1(l. -ass..r.i-a:is ln a!! ary.ofpo.e.ls iba asi leimr.s
,.1.rT's.tt.r .rarNh'irsra .rof'aInre amistab zec .dependefl ! oi lhrl
s..{.1 i lr,ia(rlonr-.a ir.ere. rel eclor w lh a. A zak ' p,oce5sed i!11a.e pos
llrfij.'.r r ltliL -.11 .r lorrrrd d srr l-iLrl on w1.. th-a h nq,.d rra.e Tne n n!.
liailir srr.r t)e rrr(r-..1 -.rlrliied aLrm r!r mlre.l seclo.srelanno.in rleril on
rirlel .ea, Leran" lo y..rrlror;1. py,arfaa -.f.r.sLrre A qaskeis sha b-.
ilti..n!af.c lro.f s-..i(xr errrLrded ! .one rllrlrer s-.,r!,-.d rne.rancar!
llr r3me s!.1o.s :ror s cr lor ,.p a. f! lrr-- lrrlsprr-a ,1 -. r. os,rre . the 1-. d
sr l. rcq! r.Ll F'!r',-. rrfil 9 and alch rq me.rra.sns sla be uo11p.r.,/
L.fi!iLra r.r.eirl I!'.r)-. air.l labst a.d sha .o.ssl oj a sprn! .raea prl
'rfe s,rs'en trrcir .3rror be ac.Lrenl: a senqa!.al r an! Frsl.f bJl 5ra
h4..s,r pn.f,..l irlir.Lri lo. s l.r m:.iF.i... ', . .lrl i.i r rp I nmF sh: re
.3p;.be or h n!.0 rrom :.f s de ol lr(-' lr.!s nll
AUXLrAFY ELECIBICAL COVIPONENTS She t)ell . .red.ndBra nean
1!qra !i:l.rlf? !nfare rl.e lr.r asi..r-Arfdc! a rc capac lor.ompon.rls
slra !" fa.-..r .llj I _! rxrlnl.'Aa .r 1s ourn c rass s and remo,,ratj . $ ltro!1 loo s CLl5 ,
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1.r r':i l-"fa_.-. A eectr.e .omponents slra b-a p.e!r ren rtir q!ck.ls.on
iefr rr.cs Ai-.nnrr ro.k1...rc!ilc{-.rl $r'rc sr. o-p pro!.led aid sha CL2O I I',
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srr r:Lre a po{cr r:uior ro --s. thaf !0
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FIITEFS AND AFMS Po-E lop t ller: sra !e .:rsl : ! r rLl.n a .ry 0 lrr.ilir r ess
slEe larr.rers lrlasl .:fm tllers sna bc lw.r pci:.ilsl ,,r'N nlnr a o)r '|th pro
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ar.rrLrne\l'.rso.,,rifr p.slvecenl.:nlt g! .les r..! rlea .i lfe 1t1er..d .rr
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lrr,r rrnrnra sr'a :r. !.cor|p sh-al r thoLrl renrola ol !r ra rc .omp!|.|ls

10 \OTE STANDAFD AFI\,'I LENGTHS ARE AS IND CATED ]]O\'VEVEF IV,'IAST AR]V CLl5
AFI,']S CAN BE SHOATENED OR COI.4PLFIELY tL I,",] NATED FON
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1. LENS OPTIONS:
L
LEXAN FOR 15'1 20" & 30" ARE SIANDARD
G FLAT TEN/PERED GLASS
(SPECIAL OPIION FACTORY )
-CONTACT

2, MOUNTING ARRANGEMENT:
1 SINGLE LUNIINAIBE
2-TWO @ 180'
3 THFEE @ 90'
4 FOUR @ 90'
5 ARN/ IVOUNTING
-I\IAST
6-BOOM AR]V-FOUF LU]VINAIRES
7-BOON/ ARN/-SIX LUN/INAIRES
8-WALL IVOUNT

NOTF: CATALOG NUMBER SPFC FIED COM1ES COMPLETE WTH


ALL LUMINAIRES AND AFMS AND W TH F]TTER FOR
PROPER NUN/BER OF LUMINAIFES.
ALL F TTERS SL P FIT POLE TENONS 4" iN LENGTH
BY 2%" OUTS DE DIANIETEF.
SPECIAL OPTIONS_CONTACT FACTOFY PHOTOCONTROLS
AND 'STFEET SIDE BOOSTER/HOUSE SIDE SHIELD AVAILABLE,
ordering information

5/ FIXTURE SIZE
15-l5" NOIVINAL SIZE

/o 2O-2O" NOI\i INAL SIZE


30-30" NON/INAL SIZE

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4. INPUT VOLTAGE
^// 1-120 VOLT
2-208 VOLT
3-240 VOLT
4-277 VOLr
6-480 VOIT
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5. LAMP TYPE & WATTAGE
04-100w Ni.v.
05-175W, tV.V.
06-250W, Ni.V.
07-400w, Ni.v.
08-1000w t\t.v.
09-175W M.H.
10-400w tv.H.
1.1
-1000w rv.H.
i2-isow r r.s. !$ii{ "
13-250W, H.PS.
14-400W, H.PS.
15-1000w H.PS.
16-360W, H.P.S. urunrux
17-100W H.P.S.
1B-150W H.P.S. c.E. ssv
20-250W tV.H.
2.1 H.PS.
-70W,
FINISH
B-BLACK
Z-BRONZE
G-PEWTER GRAY

FOR SPECIFIC CATALOG NUIVBERS,


CONFIGUFATIONS AND LAMP
OFFERINGS AVAILABLE ]N EACH SIZE
OF THE COMPACT BO SERIES FEFER
TO THE FOLLOWING PAGES:
PAGES 1 6, '17 FOF TIE ] 5" S|ZE
PAGES 18,19 FOR THE 20" SIZE
PAGES 20,21 FOR THE 30" SIZE
I catalog no. system Ior 15" series
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MERCUFY VAPOR

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20BV c1115204 CL215204 cL3r 5204 cL415204 CL5t s204 cr615204 cL715204 c1815204
24av CLl 15304 CL2l5304 c1315304 a 415304 Ct 5T 5304 c1615304 cL7I5304 c1815304
277v CL1154A4 CL2154a4 c1315404 c a1540A c 515404 c1615404 cL715404 c1815404
480v cL1 15604 C1215604 cL3t 5604 cL4t 5604 C Lsr 5604 c1615604 cLTt 5604 c1815604

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120V cLt 151 I7 cL215117 4L415117


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c131521 7 CL5152t 7 cL6I 52 1 7 cL715217 cr8t 521 7
24AV cLl153r 7 cL3153t 7 c, 415311
cL215317 Cl 5l53r 7 c161531 7 cL715317 cLB1531 7
271V cLT I5417 QL215417 c131541 7 aL415411 CL515417 cL6I54'17 cL715417 cLBI5417
480V cLt I5617 cL215617 cL3l5617 c,t 415617 Ct 51 56T 7 cL6I5617 cLTt 561 7 cLBl s6r 7

150 WATT UNALUX Ez


HIGH PBESSURE SODIUI\,4 LUX

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2OBV cL115212 cL215212 c131521 2 415212 (.1 51 5212
c,t cL615212 cL115212 cL815212
240V cLll5312 cL215312 c1315312 cL4r 53r 2 CLs1 5312 cL6l5312 cL715312 ct815312
2l1V cLt I5412 cL215412 c1315412 c1515412 C1515412 cL615412 c:715412 cL815412
.:l80v cLl 1 5612 cL2t 5612 c1315612 cL415612 CL5 r 5612 cL6156l2 c1715612 cLB 1 5612

150 WATT
HIGH PBESSUBE SODIUt!4

I20V cLl 5l 18 cL215l1B cL315t I B


1 cL4t 5118 cLsI511B cL6t 51 1 B cL7I5r IB cLBl 5r rB

20BV cL1 1 5218 cL215218 cL3t 5218 c1415218 cl5t 521B cL6l52r B cL715218 cLBt 5218
240v cL1 15318 c1215318 c1315318 c1415318 cL5t53t B cL6r 531B cL7I5318 CLB] 53] B

277\ cLl I5418 cL2t 541B cL3t541B cL4t 541B cL5t 541B cL6l541B cL7 I 5418 cLBt 54I B

4BOV CL] 15618 cL21561B cr315618 cL41 5618 cl 515618 cL6156t B oL7 r 5618 cLBl s6l B

175 WATT
MERCI]RY VAPOR

120v cLl I 5105 cL21 5105 cL31 5t 05 cL4I 5105 cL51 5l05 cL61 5105 cL7I 5l05 cLBl 5r 05
20BV cLr r 5205 cL215245 c1315205 cL415205 c1515205 cL6t 5205 c1715205 cLSl5205
24Av cLl15305 cr215305 c1315305 cL4I5305 cL5t 5305 cr6r s305 c1715305 cL8I5305
277v cLt r 5405 cL2t 5405 c1315405 cL4r 5405 c1515405 c1615405 cLTr 5405 cLBr 5405
480V cLl 15605 cL2r 5605 cL3l5605 cl 415605 c1515605 cL6I5605 c1715605 c1815605

LUI,4 NAIRE LOAD RATING i


FOR POLE COI\4PAT BIL TY9 g 25 35
(SEE POLE ORDER NG
NFORN4AT ON ON PAGES 22 & 23)
16
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^l

175 WATT
MFTAL HAL DE
I. H
+ rl
fl fft lll

12aV c1]15109 cL2r 5r 09 cL3l5109 cL41 5109 cLst 5l09 cL6t 5109 cL7I 5109 cLBr 5r 09
20BV cLl l5209 cL2152A9 cL31 5209 cL4t 5209 cL5t 5209 cL6t 5209 cL]152A9 c1815209
24AV c1115309 cL2r 5309 cL3r s309 cL4I5309 cLsr 530S c1615309 cr7I s309 cLBI5309
277v cLl l5409 c1215409 cL31 5409 cL4 r 5409 cL5r 5409 c1615409 c1715409 c1815,109
480V cLl 15609 cL2t 5609 cL3t 5609 c1415609 ct 515609 cL6t 5609 cL7I s609 cLBr s609

250 WATT

120V cLl I5t 06 cL2I5t 06 cL315t 06 cL4I 5r 06 cLsl 5106 cL6t 5106 cLTt 5l06 cL8I5l06
208V cL 1 1 5206 c1215206 c1315206 cL4I5206 cLsr 5206 c1615206 4L1152A6 oL8I5206
24Av c1l15306 c1215306 cL3 r 5306 cL4I5306 cr515306 c1615306 cL71 5306 cLSl5306

tro 277V cLl15406 c1215406


480V c1115606 c1215606
c1315406
cL3r 5606
c1415406
c1415606
cLsl5406
cL5t 5606
cL6 r 5406
cL6r s606
c1715406
cL7 r 5606
c1815406
cLBl5606

250 WATT
METAL HALIDE

12Av c| I5l20 cL21512A cL3I5t 20 cL415T 20 cL515l 20 cL61 5120 cL71512A cLB 1 5120
20BV cL11522A cL21522A c1315224 cL415224 c1515220 cL615220 ct715224 crB I s220
24AV cLl 15320 c1215320 c1315320 c1415320 c1515320 c1615320 cL]1532A c1815320
277V c1115420 cL215420 c131 5420 ct415420 c1515420 ct615420 cL715424 cLBt 5420
4B0v c| I5620 c1215620 cL3t 5620 cL4t 5620 c1515620 c1615620 cL7I5620 c1815620

250 WATT
H GH PFESSURE SOD UM

120V cLl 1 51 1 3 cL2t 5t 13 cL3t 5r 13 cL41 51 13 cL5t 5113 cL6l 51 13 cLTt 5t 13 cLBl5l 13
20BV cLl l5213 cL215213 c1315213 cL415213 cLsr 52r 3 c1615213 cL715213 c1815213
240v cLl 1 5313 cL21 5313 c1315313 c1415313 c1515313 c1615313 cL71 5313 cLB153l3
277V cLl I 5413 cL215413 cL31 5413 cL4l 5413 c1515413 c1615413 c1715413 cLB154t 3
4B0V cLl I 5613 cL2t 56r 3 c1315613 cL6r 5613 cL51 561 3 cL61 56l 3 cLTl5613 cLB156r 3

70 WATT

wl
HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM

12AV cLl I5121 CL215121 c1315121 C1415I 2l c1515121 CL6t 5l2l cL715121 cL815l2l
2OBV cL115221 CL215221 c1315221 CL415221 cL515221 CL615221 cL715221 cL815221
5321 C1415321 c1515321
ro c1115321 CL215321
240V cL3t C1615321 cLTr 5321 cLBI5321

l[[I]. 217V

LUM NA RE LOAD RAT NG


cL115421 CL215421 ct315421 CL415421 c1515421 CL615421 c1715421 c1815421

FOF] POLE COMPAT B]LITY


(SEE POLE ORDEFING
NFOFN4ATION ON PAGES 22
250 WATT
MERCURY VAPOR
I. H .!l + ll
JA rll
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120V cLl 20106 c1220106 c1320106 c1420106 c1520106 c1620106 C1720106 c1820106
208V cL120206 cL220206 c1320206 cL420206 cL520206 c1620206 CL720206 c1820206
240V cLl20306 c1220306 c1320306 c1420306 c1520306 c1620306 CL720306 c1820306
277V c1120406 cL220406 c1320406 cL420406 c1520406 c1620406 CL720406 c1820406
480V c1120606 c1220606 c1320606 c1420606 c1520606 c1620606 C1720606 cL820606

250 WATT
METAL HALIDE

120V cL120120 cL220120 cL320120 cL420120 cL520120 c1620120 cL720120 cLB2012A


208V cL120220 cL220220 cL324220 cL42022A cL520220 cL620220 cL720220 cL820220
240v c1l20320 cL220320 c1320320 cL420324 c1520320 c1620320 cL720320 cL820320
277V cL120420 cL220420 cL32A420 cL42042A cL520420 cL62A420 cL720420 cL820420
480V c1120620 cL220620 c1320620 cL420620 c1520620 c1620620 cL720620 c1820620

250 WATT
HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
l-
120V c1l201 13 cL2201 13 cL320r 13 c14201 13 c1520113 c.620 r 13 C-72011J CL8201r3
20BV cL120213 cL220213 cL320213 cL420213 c1520213 c16202 t3 CL/20213
CL/20213 O B2A2l.:i
Cl B2A2l
240V c1]20313 ct220313 c1320313 c142031 3 c1520313 ct 620313 CL120313 CLB20.l I3
277V cL120413 cL220413 c1320413 cL420413 c1520413 c1620413 CL72A413 CL82041g
4B0V c1l20613 cL220613 c1320613 c1420613 c1520613 c1620613 c1720613 C1820613

LUMINA RE LOAD FAT NG


FOR POLE COIIPATIB L TY 14 3.3 14 4.1
(SEE POLE ORDERING
NFORMATION ON PAGES 22 & 23)
'18
360
NIGH
WATT UNALUX
PRFSSI]RF SODII]M
l. H .L rtt
T ll
tl
lll
lll
120v cLt 20116 c12201 16 c13201 16 c1420 r I6 c1520I 16 cL620l t6 c1720I I6 cl82ot I6
20BV c112A216 cL220216 cL32A216 cL42A216 c1520216 c1620216 ct720216 cL820216
240V c1120316 c1220316 cL3203t 6 c1420316 c1520316 c1620316 c1720316 cLB203t 6
277V cL1204l 6 cL22A416 c13204I6 cL420416 c1520416 c1620416 cL720416 cLB204I6
4B0V c1120616 c1220616 c1320616 c1420616 c1520616 c1620616 c1720616 c1820616

4OO WATT
MEBCI]RY VAPOB

tta 12AV cL12A107


20BV cL124207
cL22A1A7
cL224207
c1320I07
cL32A207
c1520I07
cL5202A7
c1620107
cL6202A7
cL7201A7
cL1202A7
cLB20t 07
cLB202A7
240V c1120307 cL220307 cr320307 c152030 7 c1620307 cLl203A7 cLB2A3A7
277V cL120407 cL220407 cL3204A7 cL5204A7 cL620407 cL120407 c r820407
480V c1l20607 cL2206A7 c 1320607 c152060 7 c 1620607 cL720607 c 182060 7

4OO WATT
METAL HALIDE

12AV c11201 10 cL22A11A cL3201r 0 c15201 10 c16201 10 cL720 t I 0 cLB201 10


2OBV cL12021A cL220210 cL32A210 cL5202t 0 cL6202l0 ct72a21A c1820210
240V cL'120310 cL220310 cr320310 c1520310 cL6203r 0 ct72031A o182031 0
27 7V. cL120410 cL22A41A c1320410 c15204 r 0 c16204I0 cL72A41A c1820410
480V cLt 20610 cl22a61A c1320610 cL5206l0 cL6206r 0 c172a61A c1820610

4OO WATT
NIGN PEESSURE SOD UM

r 20v cL12a114 cL220114 c13201 14 cL420114 cL520114 c1620 r r 4 cl1 2a1 1 4 cLB201 I4
208v cL12A214 cL22A214 cL32A214
cL420214 c1520214 cL620214 cL12A214 cL820214
240v c1120314 cL220314 c132a214 cL420314 c1520314 cL6203r 4 c:720314 cL8203t 4
211V cL12A414 cL220414 c1324414 cL420414 c152041 4 ct 62a41 4 c1720414 c1a20414

fl 4B0V cLt 20614 cL22A614 c1320614 ct42a61 4 c1520614 c16206I4 ct 120614 cLB206l4

tI.]I,1 ['A BE I OAD FAT NG


FCq POL; CO[,]PAT B LITY 14 2.9 1t 41
iSEE PI]LE NG
N ON PAGFS 22 & 23)
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r-
catalo o. system for 30" series

FoR BOOIVI ARI\i1 l\,IOUNTlNG AFRANGEIVIENTS CONTACT FACTORY

t\! N

400 WATT MERoURY vAPoR


H ;
+ L

12AV cL 1 301 07 cL230107 c1330107 c1430107 cL830107


208V c1130207 cL230207 c1330207 cL430207 c1830207
240V c1130307 c1230307 cL330307 c1430307 cL830307
c1130407 cL230407 cL330407 cL430407 cL830407
480V cL130607 c1230607 cL330607 cL430607 cL830607

400 WATT METAL HALIDE

120V c1l301 10 cL2301 10 c13301 10 c14301 10 c18301 10


208V cL1 30210 cL230210 c1330210 cL430210 c1830210
24AV c113031 0 cL230310 c1330310 cL430310 c1830310
277V cL1 30410 cL230410 c1330410 c1430410 c1830410
480V cLl 30610 c1230610 cL330610 c1430610 c1830610

4OO WATT HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM

120V cL1301 14 c12301 14 c13301 14 cL4301 14 c18301 14


208V c1130214 cL230214 c1330214 cL430214 c1830214
240V cL1 30314 c1230314 cL330314 c1430314 c1830314
cL130414 cL230414 cL330414 cL430414 c1830414
480V cL1 30614 cL230614 c1330614 cL430614 c1830614

LUM NAIRE LOAD BAT NG


FOF POLE COMPAT BIL TY
(SEE POLE ORDERING
NFORMATION ON PAGES 22 & 23)
----'-

r0 360 WATT UNALUX 'HrcH pREssuRE soDruM


F r-r tft +
I20V c11301 16 c1230116 c1330116 c14301 T 6 cr830116
2oBV C1130216 cL230216 c1330216 c1430216 c1830216
24av CLI30316 cL2303t 6 c1330316 cL4303r 6 c183031 6
zttv CLI30416 c1230416 c1330416 c1430416 c1830416
480V c1130616 c1230616 c1330616 c1430616 c1830616

lOOO WATT MERoURY VAPOR

12av CL]30l0B c1230108 c1330108 cL430t 0B crB30t 0B


2o8v C1]30208 c1230208 c1330208 c1430208 CLB3O2OB
24av C1130308 c1230308 c1330308 c1430308 c1830308
277v c1130408 c1230408 c1330408 ct430408 cLB3040B
480V c1l30608 c1230608 c1330608 c1430608 c1830608

ff 1000 WATT METAL HALiDE

120V cLl 301 1 1 c1230I I1 c1330111 c1430111 c18301 11

208V c1130211 cL230211 cL3302r 1 cL430211 cLB3021 1

24av CLI3031 1 c123031 1 c133031 1 c1430311 c1830311


277v cLl30411 c1230411 c133041 1 c1430411 c183041 1

4sov C1130611 c123061 1 cL3306t 1 c1430611 c1830611

lOOO WATT HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM

120V c11301 15 cL230t 15 c1330115 c14301 15 cLB301 15


20BV c1l3021 5 c1230215 c1330215 c1430215 c1830215
240v c1l30315 c1230315 c1330315 c14303I5 C1830315
277v C1130415 cL2304l5 cr330415 c1430415 c1830415
48ov C1130615 c1230615 c1330615 c1430615 c1830615

ft
LUN4 NA RE LOAD RAT NG
FOF POLE COI,'i]PAT B L TY 32 7B 7B 1n
(SEE POLE ORDER NG
INFORN4ATION ON PAGES 22 & 23]
O ROUND STRAIGHT ALUMINUM POLES
CATALOC MOUNTNG LOAD D MENSIONS BOLT
NUMBEF I]E GHT BOLTS

FST1 OHl OO 10' 13.7 4.5"O.D..125 11.312" (4) 5/a" x 2q"


FST] 2H1OO 12' 11.0 4.5"O.D.-.125 11 .312" (4) %" x 24"
o
4 FSTl5H1 OO 1s', 8.2 4.5"O.D.-.125 11.312" (4) 5h" x 24"

FST] OFl OO 10' 13.7 4.5"O.D.-.125 a" (3) %" x 24"


RST] 2F1 OO 12' 11.0 4.5"O.D.-.125 a" (3) 5/a" x 24"
5 RST] 5F1 OO 15', 8.2 4.5"O.O.-.125 n" (3) %" x 24"

I SQUARE STRAIGHT ALUMINUM POLES


SST] OHl OO 10' 1 6.9 4" SQ.-.125 11 .312" (4) 5k" x 2q"
SST12H1 OO 12' 1 3.0 4" SQ. .1 25 11 .312" (4) %" x 24"
z SST]5Hl OO 15' 8.9 4" SQ.-.125 11 .312" (4) 5/a" x 24'' o
SST] OF1 OO l0' I 6.9 4" SQ.-.125 11.312" (4) "/"'' x 24' '
SST1 2F1 OO 12', 13.0 4" SQ.-.125 11.312" (4) 5/a" x 24"
E SST1 5F] OO 1s', 8.9 4" SQ.-.1 25 11312" (4) %" x 24"

o ROUND TAPERED ALUMINUM POLES a


FTT'1 OH 1 OO l0' 3" x 4.5" -.125 11 .312" (4) 5/a" x 24"
RTT12H1OO 12' 3" x 4.5"-.125 11 .312" (4) '/u" x 2q"
o 3" x 4.5" -.125 11 312" (4) 5/a" x 24''
z FTT'I 5H] OO 1s', 4.7

RTT1 OFl OO '1


0' 1.4 3" x 4.5" .125 8" (3) 5/a" x 24"

x FTTl 2F] OO 1z', 6.3 3" x 4.5" -.125 a" (3) s/a" x 2q"

FTT] 5Fl OO '1


5', 4.7 3" x 4.5" .125 a" (3) 5/a" x 2a"
FUTl5F1OO '1
s', 11.3 4.5" x 6" .1 56 14.812" (3) %" x 36"
FWT1 5F1 OO 1s', 13.7 4.5" x 6"-.188 10.812" (3) %" x 36"

RUT2OF] OO 20' 7.4 4.5" x 6" .156 14.812" (3) s/a " x 30"
RWT2OFl OO 20' 9.0 4.5" x 6"- 184 10.812" (3) %" x 36"

RUT25F] OO t0 6 4.5" x B"-.156 15.125" (4) 5/a'' x 36' '


FWT25Fl OO 25' 1 3.3 4.5" x 8"-.188 15.125" (4) %" x 36"

FUT3OFl OO 30' 7.4 4.5" x 8"-.156 15.125" (4) %" x 36"


RWT3OFl OO 30' 9.8 4.5" x 8"-.188 15.125" (4) 5/u" x 36"
.--

catalog no. system for compact B0 poles


Poles lor use w1h the compacl B0 series must be ordered separate y. Fjnd the
um naire oad rat ng for the parl cu ar uminaire and conf guratlon se ected lrom
the following tab e Selecl the particu ar po e desired on these pages Compare

tlr the pole load rat ng for the po e se ected with the umina re load rating lf the
umina re rat ng is lower than the pole rat ng, the two are compat b e.
I LUMINAIRE LOAD RATING TABLE
MOL]NTING CONF G ]FA TON
2 56
< 15" 1.7 22 22 2.5 3.5
L'r
<N 20" 33 3.3 14' 41 58
>a 30" 7B /n 7B CONTACT FACTORY

e
(D BOUND TAPERED STEEL POLES
] MENS BOLT
iI!ALL TH i]IiNE55
'NS

TRT2OFl00 24', 15.2 37"x65" llGA. 9.5 " (4) l" x 36"
TFT25F100 25' 13 3 3 5" x 7" 11G4. r00" (,1) t" x 36"
TFT30F100 30', 14 0 3 8" x B" llGA ll 0" (4) l"x36"
E TFT35Ft 00 35', l2I 36"x85" llGA 12 5" (4) 1" x 36"
TFT39F100 39', 12.1 36"x90" 12.5" (4)l"x36"
TFT4sFI00 ' 45', 12.1 37"x100" 1lGA I3.5" (,1)l"x36"
TFTsOFl OO" 50' 1A 2 3 0" x I0.0"-l l GA I3.5" (,1)l"x36"
TRT55F100',' 55' 1 9.1 3 3" x 11.0" 7GA 15 0" (4) 11,\" x 42"
TRT60F] 00" 60', 203 3 6" r. 12 A" lGA r 6.0" (4) r.!" x 54"

E
ttl SOUARE TAPERED STEEL POLES
TST20F100 2A',
TST25F100 25',
13 7 3"x525"-llGA. 1A 75" (4) l"x36"
12 5 3 25" x 6"- I I GA. 12" (4) 1" x 36"
TSr30Fr 00 30' 10 2 3"x6375"-llGA. 12 5" (4)l"x36"
TST3sFI00 35', B2 2 815" \,6.15" 11()A I3" (4)l"x36"
TST3gFl00 39', 66 2 815" t 7 .125" 11GA 13.5" (a)l"x36"
TTT39F100 39', r4I 2 815" x 1.125" 1GA. 135" (a') 1" x 36"
TST45F100"' 4s', 5.l 2 875" x 7.875"-l I GA l4 5" (4) l" x 36"
TTT4sFI00" 45', 14.1 2875"x7875"-7GA. 14.5" (4)l"x36"

FIN ISHES: FOF TEXTURED BLACK


SUFFX CAT WTH
NO .....B
FOR TEXTURED BRONZE
SUFFX CAT. NO WTH ......2
FOB TEXTURED PEWTER GRAY
SUFFIX CAT NO WTH ......G
FOR PRIME PANTED SUFFX CAT NO WTH... ..... P
FORGALVANIZEDSUFFXCAT.NO WTH ....,,,...1
FOR ANODIZED DURANODIC BRONZE (ALU]\4 POTFS ONtY)
SIJFFIX OAT NO WITH A

POLES: W nd oading va ues are based upon two cond t ons:


1. Stresses prodLrced by a steady stale w nd ve ocily ol 100 [./] PH
2 A horizonta defeaton at the top ol the poe when sublected
to a steady state w nd ve ocily of 50 N.4 P H . ot I '60 the he ght

ft for a uminum poles and 1,100 the he ctht lor stee po es

*NOIET Po/es available in PRlN,4E or GALVANIZED finishes on y

':':'lnd cates equ va enl projecied area for replacement app rcations siress I mitations
of e. . ri'lq po es r L- be cor \ dcrcd.
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The tradilional u rban cenler presents an outdoor environment
w th certain famrliar phys cal characterist cs. Thrs is "downtown,"
the cenler of h ghly varied and concenlrated human acliv ty,
activ ty that generates extremely heavy veh cular and pedestr an
traff c. The streets are relat ve y wrde, undivided and are mostly
laid out n formal rectangu ar patterns. ntersections tnvolve
exlreme traffic conf ict problems which include pedestr an cross
walks Bu ldings are tall, usually w thout setback or andscaprng
and the s dewalks are relatively wide. And at n ght there is a greal
amounl of dlstract ng ight f rom show windows and signs.

Ali of this s obvious, bul it has not been generally recognized


that these very specral physical character sttcs of an urban center
determine roadway and walkway I ghling cr lerla and equipment
select on and layout techn ques.

The design of traffic lighting systems for downtown crty streets


begins very simply w th the determ nation of so called "far right'
corner locations for lumina re po es at the intersections (see p an
v ew of typica downtown application). The far r ght corner ocation
n is based on the silhouetle plnc ple of outdoor light ng.

The next step is to determine a practrcal number of poles thal


can be fitted between ntersect ons in a typical biock. S nce a
h^ staggered po e arrangemenl usuai y wt/l give a poss b lity of two
dt or four m d-biock poles, this determ nat on can actua ly be based
only on the pract cal need 10 avo/d drveways. p antinq areas,
fn street f urn lure etc.
=
Now with the aid of an Opt mum L ght ng Design Guide for urban
center roadways (downtown streets) t is possible to overlay the
guide on the ayout and delermine the equ pment that will meet
the rl um nat on crter a noted on the gu de.

The gu de wi usually g ve one almost peffect solut on 10 the


probleni and several near solutions Preferences may dictate the
use of one of the near solut ons

Opt mum L ghling Des gn Gu des for srnai valet parktng lots n
urban centers are also inc uded.
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The suburban center may be the center for one type of activity
or several and include:
1 Shopping Centers
.
2. Industrial Parks
3. Office Complexes
4. Cultural Centers
5. Medical Centers
6. Educational Complexes

While the development of suburban centers rs not a new phe-


nomenon, each is developed around the concept of accommo-
dating the automobile. Large outdoor parking areas are a
common feature of suburban centers and represent an ideal
aoplication for sharp cut-off lurninaires.

The lighting of these parking areas is alltoo frequently treated


as a general iilumination problem. lt should be recognized that
there is a need to delineate traffic conflict areas to provide safety
and proper emphasis of traffic routes. The great variations in
parking area geometry call for special attent jon to proper location
of poles and luminaires. Where a relatively simple grid layout
can be employed, Optimum Lighting Design Guides have been
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Traffic routes in suburban residential and park-like settrngs are
commonly ighted with lum naires that produce extremely g ar ng
resulls. The opportun ty 10 enhance the environment while
providing good vis billty through the use of sharp cul off luminaires
is great since the conlrol of glare is probab y of most concern
in the suburban environment. Generally, extremely low levels of
llumination are recommended. ( .E.S. recommends a minimurn
ma nla ned i lumination leve of only .067 footcandles wth an
average of .40 footcand es.) Aga n, the need to prov de traffic
roule delineat on and enough ighling for purposes of safety is
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glare source um nalres along wth a general awareness ofthe
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we be ieve should be n I ne wrth urban ight ng evels. The layout
techn que for nlersect on and mid-block lighting is the same as
for urban res dential areas. An jrnpodant dilference is that subur
ban roadways usually meander considerabiy and inlersection
geometry is somet mes acking n syrnmetry. Optimum Lighl ng
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Urban ndustrial and outlying commercial areas present envrron
nnenlal characleristics that call for a variatton of urban center
traff c lighting.

Street geometry is srmilar, but the amb enl light evel from busrness
establishments s iess than in urban centers. Traffrc volume ts
signif icant y less, though still relalively great, and only major rnter-
sections usually have traffrc signa s. Pedestrians are actua ly
more vulnerable than in the urban center. Intersection pavement
brightness should therefore have about the same level and unr-
formity as for the urban center.

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lying commercial or industrial areas which rs one reason for
grouping these two environments together. Because there are
many mid block traJflc conflicts, the mid-block lighting should
prov de excellent pavement brightness out to the cenler of the
roadway.

The Jayout technique is as s mple as the one descrrbed for the


urban center, except that the greater number of mid-block dr ve
ways calls for more compromises in pole localions.

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The desgn of lighting syslems for highways and freeways ls a
highly special zed technique. The I ustrat ons of lypical nslal at ons
grven here show that lum naire placement is far more rmpofianl
than uniformity of illuminal on. In fact t wou d be impossible to
def ne the lighted area so thal an average i lumination calculation
could be made. What s more important s providing proper traffic
route delineation, the accenting of f xed hazards and traffic
conflrct areas and advance warning (beacon effects).
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freeways, the Optimum Lighting Deslgn Gu des for h gh speed
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airports
The a rport is another suburban center, bul a very specia one.
l The traff c density s often heavy so the importance of proper
l traffic route del neation and accent light ng for traffic conf icts is
extremely important. The design of lighling systems for outdoor
and top deck parking areas also requires special altenl on to
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category.

ry/i[, One special requirement with a rports is that the outdoor ghting
,lilt shou d not produce appreciab e sp I light (no more than 0.1
footcandle vertical llum nation) on contro tower windows. Sharp
cutoff luminaires like the Compact B0 are panicularly suitable
/'/4 for th s app ication.
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Pavement brightness as seen irom the control tower from a arge


park ng area can a so contribute to th s undesirab e vert ca I umi-
nation on the control lower. lf average pavement brrghtness does
not exceed 1.0 footlambert (as seen from the towea there will be
( no such problerr. This corresponds rough y to average pavement
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probleni unless unusua ly hlgh parking area I ght ng levels are
used, or if luminaires waste a lot of ight above the hor zonta.
Groups of proper y des gned sharp culoff lum naires with I000
watt melal-hal de or high pressure sodium amps are a so very
effect ve (at a 50 to 60 fool mounl ng he ght) in providing good
visibil ty for p ots as they tax rnto the passenger or seryice areas.

rapid transit stations


The rapid lransit station, like the airpoft, requ res lraff c ighl ng
that prov des excellent traff c roule de neation and traffic conflict
area ight ng.
Suburban rap d transit stations, of course, have large park ng
areas, extensrve pedestr an walkways and quite frequently
outdoor passenger piatf orms.
The urban slat on s often totally enclosed or even underground
with ittle app ication for outdoor I ghl ng (but see illustration).
The Optimum Light ng Design Guides for suburban park ng areas
are applicable to parking areas for rap d trans t stat ons. The illum
nalron crileria recommended by Prescol te seems to be most
appropr ate.

The i um naton crtenon for passengerwaiting and oading areas


s usual y about 2ojootcandles (min mum ma nta ned) wth a 310
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urban residential areas
Urban resident al areas present traffic ighting problems s milar to
those of the urban center. However, the character of th s envrron
ment s different in that the streets are usua ly somewhat narrower
and there s lttle or no ambient llght from s gns or storew ndows.
There is far less traffic at ntersections, but that s no reason for
reducrng the requirements for uniform ty of pavement br ghtness.
This s because vehicuiar traffic speeds are somewhat greater
than in the urban center, and many intersecttons do not have
traffrc srgnals. Pedestr ans rn crosswalks are particu ar y vulnerable
n urban res dential areas.

A very good ighting effect ( ncluding excellent accentrng of traffic


conf ict areas) may be achieved in urban resident al areas by
providing sharp cutoff lum naires at the ntersect ons and decora-
lve lanterns on say l5 fool poles on 7sjoot centers in lhe
mid-block zones. Such lanterns w ll nol satisfy LE.S. criler a for
center of the street rllumination, but they will provide excellent
roadway and sidewalk del neation, and very good visibtlity for
pedeslrians and parking maneuvers. Where vandalism is a
problem, the srnall Compact BO un t on 1SJoot poles will provrde
a similar aeslhetic effect but wrth superror efficiency. An advantage
of the ow mounted sharp cutolf lumrnaires rn an urban resldential
area is that there will be absolutely no possib lity of light falling on
the windows of resrdences. However, the decorat ve antern (if not
over amped) will usually not be oblectionable when viewed by
those inside res dences.

There are Optimum Llghtlng Design Guides included for the


app cation of the Compact B0 10 traffic lighting n urban resr-
dential areas. The layoul technique for intersectron iighting rs
identical to that outllned for urban centers. The layout techn que
for ow mounted mid-block lightlng would be simply to determrne
a spacing that fits the block. bul thal does not give a space
between any two poles that exceeds 5% times the luminaire
mounting heighl Jor Type I l-MC and decorative lumina res or 4%
tirnes mounting height for Type ill SC lumrnaires (phosphor
coated lamps).
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introduction to sharp cutoff luminaires

F 1.WHAT IS A SHARP CUTOFF LUMINAIRE (SCL)


a. SCL's are designed to shield the source of glare at angles
above 75' from vertical.

The 75" angle of cutoff is chosen since it is generally recognized


that the disabling effect of glare is less pronounced when it strikes
the observer at an angle greater than 15" above eye level (hori-
zontal).

Another reason for selection ol a 75" angle relates to the com-


mon angle at whrch an automobile windshield cuts off the field
of view above horizontal (approx. l5' above sight angle).

In an outdoor environment, where the field of visjon is relatively


deep, an observer's line of sight is rarely raised more than 15'
above eye level since the observer (drrver, rider or pedestrian) is
generally moving through the illuminated area and is concentrat-
ing on what is ahead, or surrounding objects. Thus, the observer
is only aware of the glare {rom the one luminaire contributing
iilumination to the zone in whlch he is located. This glare dimin-
ishes as the observer nears the luminaire since illumination ts
projected toward him at increasing angles above the sight line
and at decreasing line of sight intensity.

Since the next sharp cutoff luminaire or luminaires surrounding


the observer contribute no direct illumination to his zone (in a
quality luminaire layout), glare to the observer is reduced to a

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minimum. High glare luminarres (refractor, cobra heads, direc-
tional floodlights) direct stray illumination at high ang es f rom verti-
cal in a way that the source becomes distracting and more im-
portant than the pavement or obiects ln the field of view. t(
b. To accompl sh glare control is relatively simple by proper shield-
ing of the source or optical system. Unfortunately, most SCL
luminaires available today go little beyond glare control.
In addition to glare control, a properly designed SCL (not a lamp
in a box) has as its main function-the efficient delivery o{ source
illumination at the proper angles and intensities (strength) to pro-
duce the most uniform pavement brightness pattern. To be a truly
useful lighting instrument it must also deliver this illumination n
such a way as to result in a nearly rectangular brightness pattern
which ls shifted forward of the uminaire optical system.

Th s requirement speaks to the fact that most architectural areas


or roadways can most easily be blocked out in rectangular forms ,I (
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and brightness patterns can be made to properly overlap for uni-
form transitron from one to another. The shlft ng forward of the
brightness pattern conveniently allows areas to be illuminated from
one srde. lt also a lows multiple luminaires to be mounted on one
po e to produce uniiorm symmetrical patterns.

c. The l.E.S. Typing Syslem


The question of what L E.S. type classif ication an outdoor luminaire
falls nto is frequently asked by llghting applicatton engineers fa-
miliar with the system. Thrs is a natural tendency since the LE.S.
luminaire typing syslem frxes, in very general terrns, the width of
t1e light dist'iout'or of the lunrnaire.
The LE.S. roadway luminaire classifications of type l, ll, lll, or lV
relate to how far across a roadway the main candlepower beams
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this classification method, rt would be quite easy to qualify a sim
ple two-way floodlight as one or more of the LE.S. lunrlnaire types.
The deficiency of the LE.S. classification system is that it assumes
o that all outdoor luminaires are properiy designed so as to produce
essenlrally uniform pavement brightness patterns. The l.E.S. speci_
fications do not insure in any way proper luminarre pedormance,
luminaire efJiciency or glare control. lt is possible for an ouldoor
luminaire to meet the l.E.S. typing requiremenls tn all ways yet
deljver illumination so poorly as to result rn exceptionally poor
non-uniform brightness patterns. A part of the l.E.S. typing for
mula is a classification o1 lumtnarres as cut-off, semi-cut-off, or
non-cut-off. Thrs designation should not be confused with the
absolute cut-off of light at 75' from vertical produced by a sharp
cut-off luminaire. The l.E.S. cut-off type luminaire allows up to
10% the total candlepower to be projected rnto the uncomfortable
glare zone above BOi
It is important to understand that while Sharp Cutoff Lumrnarres
were developed from roadway lighting principles, they have prop-
erties well beyond thal limited application.
It is also important to note lhat many of today's general purpose
sharp cut off luminaires have been designed with undue emphasis
on meeting the LE.S. typing crrteria without concern for providrnq
good pavement bnghtness patterns.
The Compact B0 family of lumrnarres happen to classify as an
I.E.S. Type lll-medium, cutoff (or shorl, cutoff with phosphor
coated lamps) roadway luminarre, but jt has propefties beyond
this classif ication that make it the best general purpose outdoor
luminaire ever produced.

2. BRIGHTNESS VS. ILLUMINATION:

it is very rmponant lo understand the basrc difference between


brightness and illumtnatton srnce these lightjng terms are often
used as if they were interchangeable. The obseruer in a lighting
environment "sees" bnghtness patterns. The luminaire or lighl
source produces illumination. To produce uniform brightness pat-
terns on a surface such as a pavement or jandscaped area, illu_
mination must be delrvered tn a non-uniform way to compensate
for distance and the angle at which iight is reflected toward the
observer.
Brightness patterns in outdoor jlluminatron are extremely irnportant
since the most commonly used principle in pavement lighting is
to provide good visibility of objects on that pavement by the sil-
houette pnnciple. That is, the objective is to achieve adequate
and reiatively uniform brightness patterns on the pavement so that
the observer can perceive an object ahead in silhouette against
that pavement. Good visibility will result only if the following are
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a. an adequate level of relatively unform pavernent brghtness
(adequate for the environrnental condttions and task requirements)
and
b. good glare control. )(
Note that illuminat!on criteria do not appear as part of these
essential requirements. lt rnust be remembered that in most oul
door environments we are deallng with I uminal on levels thal are
too ow to provide good v s b ity by d rect il uminat on of obiects.
Therefore, the silhouette princip e dominates pavement lighting as
the accepted method.
Control of g are is necessary to prov de good nighltime outdoor
visibil ty and is as imporlanl as produc ng adequale brlghtness
patterns. Until recently, g are has often been accepted as an un
avordable by-product of the need for great quantities of illumina-
tion even thouqh 1 s generally disllked by any observer n the
nighttime scene. Sharp cut-of{ uminaires were developed to pro-
vjde pavernent bnqhlnesses thal are equal to those provded by
the best outdoor light lens control ed uminaires. They achieve this
even lhough no i umination is prolected above a vert cal angle
of 75".
G are represents a tremencious waste of llum nation. This eads
to the notion that t s necessary to lncrease il urnination levels to
overcome glare's disabl ng resu t; however, merely shielding the
source makes vis b lity more effective wth the same pavement or
object brightness. The eye then perceives the ntended subject 1l(
wilhout the d straction of gLare {rom the source.
Glare produced f rom poor y control ed um nalion forms visua
cunalns that obscure other elements in the background wh ch
results in a feelrng of confinement in the observer. The tlse of
controlled sharp cutoff luminaires with their non-glare producing
effects allows the observer to focus attent on ahead to the lrav-
eled way, n effect open ng up the lghted space
Spill light from ouldoor luminaires may be glar ng, d stracting,
annoying, confusing or lntruding for those n offices and homes
as well as drivers, riders and pedestrians.
Sharp cutof{ luminaires keep spill light to a minimum Where very
tight conlrol of housestde light is required, interna houseside 1ghl
shie ds are ava lable.
L ght spil ed we I beyond the traveled way can create d stracl on
ancl confusion jor drivers and obv ously wastes energy that could
be used lo produce more effective pavement br ghtness
Glare from luminaires not only reduces the e{Jectlveness of pave-
ment brightness, tt also can cause dtstraction, annoyance, eye
slrain and even confusion lor drivers, riders and pedestrians, yet
it has only recently received ser ous attention.
What is glare? 11 is perhaps best def ned as "disab Ing or disturb- 1l
ing brightness projecled by a luminaire into normal v ew ng ang esl'
Glare has the destructive effect of reducing visibility, especiaily
at night with our eyes adjusted to the darkened envlronment The

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most comrnon type of outdoor street or area light (the cobra
head) may produce enough glare to reduce our abiirtv to see
(pavement brightness or accented oblects for inslance) by as
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o much as 40%.

3, DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS

In approaching a design of an outdoor lighling system, there are


many aesthetic, technological, and economrc requirements that
determine the charactenstics and quality of a specific lighting ln_
stallation. Since illumination criteria (footcandles) do not constitute
the whole story following rs a list of considerations which may
apply to the outdoor lighting task. lt may be heipful to rnclude
input to many or all of these consideratrons prior to beginning a
lighting system layout.
a. A description of the general characterjstics of the prolect set_
ting and any specrai requirements for equipment that are related
to that environment.
The general character of the setting can be descnbed by terms
such as: urban center, urban residentiai, urban ou|ying commer_
cial-industrial, suburban cenler, suburban residentral or parkltne,
arrporl, rapid transit station, etc. These are broad terms, but they
will assist rn determining appropriate equipment. lt is also helpful
to know the architectura/ theme, style and scale for buildings in
the area as well as dominant landscaping characteristics. Any
preference for a specifrc style (and scale) of lighting equipment
should also be noted here.
b. A description of any high intensity lighting in areas adjacent to
the project.
Sometrmes what would normally be a perfec y adequate lighting
job rs overwhelmed by an extremely glaring extsling system in
lhe immediate area.
c. A deflnition of the specifrc areas to be lighted and the general
types of equipment being considered.
Some prolects involve several problems rn one. That ts, different,
well defined areas require different types of lighting equipmenl.
There are also tnstances where existing or building lighting is being
relred upon for cedain areas.
d. List any special requrrements for accent lighting clelineation (or
guidance) iighting, advance warning effects or spiil ljght control.
Have you considered the need for accenting and delineatjng the
main traffic routes in parking areas for example. One of the most
serious failings o1 the average footcandle design approach ls that
these crrtical traffic roules in parktng areas often falj in the mini_
mum foolcandle areas.
For example, very high nrount (general lighting) systems (lOO,_
150' poles) inevitably put maximum illuminatron in unimportant
areas. Such systems provide great areas of very low level illumi-
pave-
nation but are inherently incapable of providing adequate
ment brightness, or appropriate accent and delineation (guidance)
lighting. A VHM system could be combined with appropriate
traff ic roule lighting but this is rarely done.
The need for spill light control is more trequently recognized ln
fact this need may be overstressed For example, a specification
may say that there should be no light towards a certain residen-
tial area when what is really needed is sharp cutoff of light below
the lowest window level.
e. Are the benefits of glare control important on this proiect?
Very otten a sharp cutoff luminaire is being considered when the
client is much more concerned about low first costs Sharp cul
off luminaires can provide the same rllumination as cobra heads
on a unit hardware basis (with much better glare control) but if
the advantages of sharp cutoff luminaires are not recogntzed there
may be no interest in paying a premium for such units'
f. What is the lowest footcandle level that will be allowed (ust be-
fore relamping) at any point in each area?
Here the intent is to define the specification for the so-called mini-
mum maintained illumination. This sounds easy, but it is often
very difticult.
Many people confuse minimum average illumination with mini-
mum illumination and really don't understand the difference be-
tween initial and maintained illumination
That is why there is a need to know the lowest foot-candle level
that will be allowed at any point in each area (just before re-
lamping).
g. Include the average to minimum illumination ratio desired'
h. ls there a predetermined lamp lumen depreciation {actor to be
used?
This situation rarely occurs until the specifier has zeroed in on a
pafticular lamp for his prolect (say 1000-watt Lucalox) lt is then
possible (if the maintenance interval is determined) to tie down
the lamp output just belore relamping and, therefore, the lamp
lumen depreciation factor.
i. Select the appropriate luminaire and lamp lumen deprecialion
factors. The proposed relamping schedule is also requested to
aid in this determination However, it is usually safe to assume
that relamping will be done on a burnout basis rather than a
group replacement basis. A good group replacement time is the
are surviving (25%
6oini wnen about 75% of the original lamps
will have been replaced on a burnout basis)'
There is no queslion that group replacement saves much money
in the long run, since lamp output is held at a high level and the
greatly
high cost of replacing one or a few lamps at one time is
re-duced. Nevertheless, it is a fact of life that most outdoor lighl
ing systems are relamped on a burnout basis This isn'l too bad
w[h metal halide and high pressure sodium lamps because they
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burn out before their light output is seriously reduced. But Mer-
cury lamps with 24,000 hour plus life ratings can be running at
14 lo 23a/o of initial output aI 24,000 hours if the ballast has a
lamp current crest factor ol 2.0 (typical)!
The luminaire dirt factor is a hard one to tie down, since the
environmental conditions are so varied. However, it is safe to say
that a sharp cutofl luminaire with its honzontal lens opening and
smooth outer lens surface is much less subject to dirt accumula-
tion than a cobra head or other prismatic lensed unit. lt is also
true that the light distribution pattern of a sharp cutoff luminaire
is relatively little affected by the accumulation of a dift film whereas
the external prisms of a cobra head fill up with black goop that
severely affects the light distribution pattern. In fact one independ-
ent evaluation of cobra heads has established that no amount
of refractor cleaning can restore a seasoned unit to anything
close to its original performance.
j. What are the maximum and minimum pole heights being con-
sidered for each area?
k. ls there an aesthetic requirement for minimum pole spacing?
One client's "forest of poles" is another client's "garden of
flowersl'
Sharp cutoff luminaires and cobra heads produce essentially the
same useful light pattern. lt is therefore axiomatic that one can
either have a few large luminaires on rather thick, tall poles or a
greater number of smaller luminaires on relatively slender, shorter
poles. However, a good lighting job cannot be produced by a
very few small luminaires on unobtrusive poles spaced at great
distances. The result will either be extreme glare or dark areas
between poles.
l. Are there other special installation requirements?
These special requirements might cover such things as:
. Special foundation details that raise the pole base above curb
level.
. Special setback requirements for pole bases.
. Special luminaire arm lengths.
. Special wall ceiling or column mounting details.
. Special areas where poles should not be placed.
. Special structural requirements for high vibration areas (bridges,
etc.).
. Special structural requirements for hurricane areas.

'Special problems with luminaire placement relative to tree foliage.

4. LAMP DATA:

The {ollowing chart lists all light sources which may be used in
the Compact BO family of luminaires. The information is based
on the latest published data from the various lamp companies.
Also included is an attempt to indicate the perceived color effects
produced by these lamps on the primary red, blue, and green.
This data has been utilized as part of the basis for the develop-
ment of the Optimum Lighting Design Guides which are the pre-
ferred design tool, lt should be noted, however, that the Inde-
pendent Testing Laboratory photometric test reports are available
for backup information on request.

IN IIAL LUMENS
LAMP TYPE AND MANUFACTI]FEF OBOEB NG

1000 H1000DX36,15 60,000 60 24,004


400 H400DX33-1 2T ,500 54 24,OOA
G.E,
250 H250DX37-5 lt 500 46 24,OA0
(DELUXE WHIIE)
175 H17 5DX39-22 7 ,150 24,004
100 H100DX38-4 4,000 4A 24,AA0

DELUXE 1 000 H36GW-1000/DX 63,000 63 24 000


SYLVANIA 400 H33GL-4OO/DX 23,000 58 24,OAO
IVERCURY (BRITE WHITE 250 1,37 KC-250 / DX r 3,000 24 040
VAPOR DELUXE) I t3 H39KC.175lDX 8,500 49 24,040
(DX rvv) 100 H38JA-1OO/DX 4,500 45 0!9
?4
'1
000 H36GW-1000/DX 60,500 61 24,000
WESTINGHOUSE 400 H33GL,4OOlDX 22,140 55 24,000
IDELUXE 250 H37KC-250/DX 12,500 50 24,040
WH]TE) 175 H39KC-175/DX 8,290 47 24,OA0
100 H38JA-1OO/DX 4,290 43 24,000

GE. '1
000 MVl000/u 107,800 108
(MU LTl, 400 IVV4OO/BUH 32,000 BO

CLEAR VAPOR) 175 MVl 75 /BUH 12 000 6B

METAL 10 000
1 000 IVl OOO/BU HOR 95,000 95
HALIDE 400 t\ts400/HoR 40 000 100 15,000
SYLVAN IA 15,000
(CLR MH) ([,4ETALARC)
400 IV4OO/BU.HOR 34 000 B5
250 M25O/BU-HOF 20,500 82 7,500
IVS175/HOR 15,000 86 7,500

PHOSPHOR '1000 IVl OOO/C/BU-HOR 95,000 95 10 000


400 N/S4OO/C/HOR 40,000 100 15,000
COATED SYLVAN A
400 [/400/c/BU-HOF 34,000 B5 15,000
(N,4ETALARC./C)
METAL 250 IV25O/C/BU-HOR 20,500 a2 7,500
HALIDE 175 MS175/C/HOR r 5,000 86 7,500

1 000 LU'lOOO/BU 140,000 140 T5,000


400 LU40O/BU 50,000 125 20,000
250 LU25O/BU/S 30,000 120 I5,000
GE. 25 500 142 5,000
CLEAR (LUCALOX)
250 LU25O/BU !
r

150 LU] 50/BU 16,000 106 r6,000


HIGH 100 LU] OO/BU 9,500 95 12,000
PRESSURE 70 LU7 0 / Bl) 5 800 a2 12,000
L

SODIUM 125 20,000


400 LU-400
(cLR H.P.S.) SYLVAN A
(LUN/]ALUX
360 ULX-360 T00 I2,000
AND UNALUX)
250 LU-250 102 15,000
150 ULX-,150 80 I2,000

1 000 C] OOOBU 130,000 130 10,000


CEBAIVALUX WESTINGHOUSE
(CLEAB
400 C4OOBU 50,000 125 20,000
254 C250BU 25,500 102 15,000
CERAN,4ALUX)
150 c150Bu 16,000 106 15 000
ECoNOMIC FATEO ECONOMTC
END OF L FE END OF L FE TINT AFFECTS
LIFE LUMENS ON WH TE BLUE GFEEN

14,500 27,500 44.200


15,750 11,000 14,4A0
16,500 6,300 7,700
16,500 4,250 5,190
14,000 'r,900 2,680

12,500 26,460 42,21a


24,000 15,400 15,400
18,000 7,414 8,710 SLIGHT COOLS, BFIGHTENS, YELLOWS
24,000 5,695 5,695
RED BRIGHTENS BLUES SLIGHTLY
r0,500 'r,660 3,010

I,220 32.670 40,535


16,280 12,150 14,800
15,380 6,500 8,375
15,380 4,390 5,555
18,720 2,615 2,a7 5

6,000 76,540 76,540


6,000 24,000 24,O00
6 000 8,000 8,000 GENERALLY GENERALLY
ENHANCES ENHANCES
10,000 68,400 68,400
SLIGHT BRIGHTENS,
11,000 20,000 26,800
BLUE COOLS
APPEARS CRISP
15,000 22,7aO 22,740 CRISP COLOF
4,300 12,090 '13,670
6,300 7,500 10,000

8,000 60,800 63,650


11,000 I9,000 26,800
COOLS, BRIGHTENS, CLEAB,
8,500 19,720 22,780 NONE
BRIGHTENS BLUES RICH,
3,500 11,040 13,670
VIBRANT
6,300 7,500 10,000

, 15,000 I06,000 I06,000


i: 20,000 36,500 36,500
a 15,OOO 23,100 23,100
i 15,000 r 9,630 19,630
. 16 000 11,840 11,840
12,000 7 ,125 7,125
, 12,000 4,350 4,350
EIVPHASIZES
BFIGHTENS, ORANGES,
20,000 36,500 36,500 YELLOW DULLS,
YELLOWS,
r2,000 25,900 25,900 DARKENS
GFEENS DULLS
15,000 19,630 r 9,630 DEEP REDS
12 000 8,640 8,6,40

10,000 104,000 104,000


20,000 40,000 I 40,000
ls 000 20,400 | 20 4oo
15,ooo I r2,Boo I tz,soo

55
5. OPTIMUM LIGHTING DESIGN GUIDES

The Prescolite, Compact 80, Optimum Lighting Design Guides


represent a major step foMard in providing lighting layout data
in a torm that is not only easy to use, but insures an outdoor
lighting system design based on the best lighting practice for
specific roadway and area lighting environments.
The Optimum Design Guides are not just another sel of spacing
charts but were derived from a complex program of considera-
tions.
The logic used to arrive at the recommended lighting systems fol-
lows the same procedure that a skilled lighting professional would
employ in balancing aesthetics, economics, and lighting quality.
The Optimum Lighting Design Guides preclude the usual neces-
sary numerous and time-consuming calculations to determine a
suitable lighting system to meet specific illumination criteria. A
large amount of additional candlepower data has been recorded
so that exact minimum footcandles can be located. The program
developed to produce the Design Guides balances average to
minimum illumination ratios to achieve the stated minimum illu-
mination criteria.
Luminaire spacings and mounting heights have been matched
by computer to provide the optimum average to min. and max.
to min. "uniformity ratiosl' This is easily achieved because the
single luminaire optical system delivers reliable and realistic aver-
age to minimum illumination. Ratios and practical mounting heights
to suit the condition have been preselected for each application.
While several luminaire/lamp /mounting height systems are offered
for each application, selection of any combination will result in
excellent economics of installation and maintenance.

HOW TO USE THE OPTIMUM LIGHTING DESIGN GUIDES

There are 53 guides provided covering the many conceivable


environments and illumination criteria which may be encountered
in day to day practice. To use the guides, the following procedure
is suggested:
'1
. Determine the environment and application (roadway or area).
An index is provided on pg. 59. This will lead to the group of
guides which probably apply.
2. Select the illumination criteria. The source (1.E.S., typical, etc.)
of recommendation is indicated in the index and on each guide.
3. The intent is to allow as much flexibility as possible in the final
selection of the lighting system to be specified. Guides are there-
{ore presented for a number of luminaire layout techniques (stag-

56
gered, opposite, median, etc.). All are valid design soiutions so
the final selection must be based on site restrictions or aesthetic
preferences.
4. Each guide includes a spacing grid to a scale of 1 ,, : j O0,
on which appear graphs for each recommended luminaire/lamp/
mounting height system. Using the graphs it is possible to:
a. Select a lighting system and locate (layout) luminaires and poles
with optimum spacing.
or
b, Locate luminaires and poles, then select the lighting system
which most closely matches the layout to achieve the illumination
criteria.

EXAMPLE:

Project: Relight a redeveloped downtown street


1 . Environment: Urban Center

2, Application: Roadway
3. Source selected:Typical merchants associatjon recommendation
4. Luminaire arrangement: Staggered layout
This selection process has led to the Design Guide on pg, 64
(Refer to index).

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nnn nTll-l

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57
The width of the street to be lighted is 100'which means that the
distance between opposite luminaires is given at approx. 1001
Moving from left to right on the 100'grid line, the correct spacing mt
to the next set of luminaires can be determined for each of the
recommended lighting sYstems.
Conversely, if the desired locations of the poles and luminaires
have been prevtously determined, the following procedure can
be applied:
Select the predetermined spactng from the "longitudinal spacing"
line. Moving verlically on the grid to the 100' roadway width, the
nearest lighting system graph line will produce illuminatton results
closest to the criteria indtcated on the guide.

LOCATE FIFST LUN4 NAIRE ON TEMPLATE AND FOLLOW SELECTED


CURVE TO DETERMINE NEXT LUI\,] NA RE LOCAT ON

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RECON/N/ENDED EQUIPMENT AND OPERATING DATA

cL-30 l OOO CLR H.P.S, 140,000 .16 106,000 15.0 39', 41'
B cL 30 1000 cLR l\4.H. 95,000 .-J2 68,400 10.0 35', 33',

c cL-20 400 cLR H.P.S. 50,000 .13 36,500 20.o 25' 24'
D cL-20 400 cLR I\4.H.* 40,000 .61 26,800 11.0 20' 21',

E CL-30 TWIN 1000 cLR M.H. 95,000 .72 68,400 10.0 45',

CL,3O TWIN 1000 DX r\,l.v. 60,000 .67 40,200 14.5 35', 34'
G
H
CL-20 TWIN
CL,15 TWIN
400 cLR H.P.S.
250 CLR H.P.S.
50,000
30,000
.73
.77
36,500
23,100
20.0
15.0
35',
30'
34'
21'
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5B
optimum design guide index

LLUM NAT ON CR TER A


ENV RONN,lENT ARRANGEN,lENT (MA NTA NED F C )

SOUtsCE M N ti"[,i""

1 way ES &
62 Urban Ctr. Roadway stagger-^d A A.S H.T.O. 0.67 3 1

1-way Typ cal


63 Urban Ctr. Roadway staggered N4erchant Ass'n 1.50 3-1

1 -way
64 Urban Ctr. Foadway staggered Presco ite 1.00 3-1

1 way ES.&
65 Urban Ctr. Foadway opposite A.ASHTO. 0.67 3-1

1-way Typica
66 Urban Ctr. Roadway opposite N/lerchanl Ass'n. 1.50 31
'1-way
61 U rban Ctr. Foadway opposite Prescolte 1.00 3-l

2-way E.S &


bu Urban Ctr. Foadway Nl ed ian A.A.S.H.T O. 0.6 7 3-1

2-way Typ cal


69 Urban Ctr. Roadway Med an Merchant Ass'n. 1.50 3-1

2-way
70 Urban Ctr. Roadway N,4ed an Prescol e 1.00 3-1

Atten dant l-way


11 Urban Ctr. Parklng Area opposite I. E.S 0.50 41
Attendant 1 way
72 U rban Ctr. Parking Area oppos te Prescolite 1.00 4-1

Attendant 1-way
13 Urban Ctr. Parking Area one s de . F.S 0.50 41
Attendant l way
14 Urban Ctr. Parking Area one side Prescolrte 1.00 4-1

Attendant 2 way
15 Urban Ctr. Park ng Area lV ed ian ].E S. 0.50 4-1

Attendant 2 way
76 Urban Ctr. Parking Area l\,4ed la n Prescolle 1.00 41
Urban Outlying 1-way tE.s. &
77 Com'1,/lndustrial Floadway staggered A.A.S.H.T.O. 0.47 3-1

Urban Outlying '1-way


78 Com'1,/ lndustrial Roadway staggered Prescolile 1.00
LUMINA RE LLLUMINATION CRITER A
ENVIBONMENT ARRANGEMENT (MAINTA NED FC)

SOUFCE MN
TO M]N

U rban Outly ng 1 -way LE.S. &


1g Com'l/ lndustrial Roadway opposite A.A.S.H.T O. o.47

Urban Outlying 1-way


80 Com'l/ lndustrial Roadway opposite Prescolite 1.00

Urban Outlying '1-way


.E.S &
81 Com'l/lndustria Roadway one sid-a A.A.S.H,T.O. 0.47 3-1

Urban Outlying 2-way


82 Com'l/lndustrial Roadway l\l ed ian Prescolte 1 .00

Urban Outlying 2-way LE.S &


83 Com'l/ lndustrial Roadway t\,4ed ian A.A.S H T.O o.47

Urban Oullying 2-way


84 Com'l/ lndustrial Roadway l\l ed ian Prescollte 1.00

1-way
85 Urban Residential Foadway staggered I. E,S 0.33

-way
'1

86 Urban Resldent al Roadway staggered Prescolte 0.50

1-way
81 Urban Residential Roadway opposite LE.S. 0.33

1-way
Urban Residentlal Roadway oPPosite Prescolite 0.50 3-1

1-way
ao Urban Fesidentia Roadway one side E.S. 0.33 3-1

1-way
90 Urban Residential Roadway one side Prescolite 0.50

2-way
91 Urban Resident al Roadway lved an LE.S. 0.33

2-way
92 Urban Residential Roadway l\,4ed an Prescolite 0.50

Su bu rban Large, self- 2-way


93 Shopping Ctr. parking area grd lE.s. 0.25

Su bu rban Large, selt 2-way Sears Reta


94 Shopping Ctr. park ng area grid Organ zation / 1.00
Presco le

Su bu rban Large, self 2-way Penney's Retall


95 Shopping Ctr. park ng area grid Organizatrons L50

Suburban Large, self 4-way


96 Shopping Ctr. park ng area grid I,E S o.25
optimum design guide index

LUN,I NA BE LLUM NAT ON CR TEBA


ENVIRONMENT APPL CAT ON ABRANGE[4ENT (NIAINTAINED F C )

M]N

Suburban Large, se f 4 way Sears Relai


Organizat on/
91 Shopping Ctr. parking area gr d Prescolle 1.00 41

Su b u rban Large, self- 4 way Penney s Rela


98 Shopp ng Ctr. park ng area grid Organ zalion I 50 4-1

Suburban Res.,/ T way


99 Parklike Setting Foadway staggered ]ES. 0.067 61

Subu rban Res / 1 way Typ cal


100 Parklike Setting Roadway stagger-^d Recomanendat on o.17 6-1

Suburban Res. / 'T


way
101 Parklike Setting Foadway staggered Presco ite 0.50 3- 1

Suburban Res.,/ I way


102 Park ike Setting Foadway opposite I. E.S 0.06 7 6-1

Suburban Res../ '1-way


Typ ca
103 Park ike Setting Foadway opposite R-aaomrnendal on o.17 6-1

t 104
Suburban Bes. /
Park ike Setling

Subu rban Res. /


Boadway
1-way
oppos te

1 -way
Pr-.scolife 0.50 3-l

105 Parklike Sett ng Foadway one side ,E S 0.067 6-1

Suburban Res. / Iway Typica


106 Parkiike Sett ng Foadway one side Fecommendaiion o 17 61

Subu rban Res. / T way


107 Parkl ke Setting Roadway on-o side Prescolte 0.50 3-1

Suburban Fes. /
108 Parkl ke Setting Roadway [.,4ed an IE.S 0.067 6-l
Suburban Res. / 2 way Typ cal
109 Parklike Sett ng Roadway N/ed an Recommendation a.17 6-T

Su bu rban Res. / 2-way


110 Park ike Setting Roadway N,4ed ia n Presco 1e 0.50 3l
Hlgh Spe-.d 1 way LES.&
111 Roadway Roadway staggered A.A S.H.T.O 4.20

H gh Speed
112 Foadway Foadway staggered Presco 1e 0.50 3-l

l'1ig h Speed ES &


113 Roadway Roadway [./ed ia n AASHTO 0.24 31

High Speed
114 Roadway Roadway N/l-^d la n Presco te 0.50 31
LUMINAIRE
ONE WAY LUMINAIRE
LU
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ABRANGEMENT:
WITH TYPE III N/EDIUM CUTOFF
(PFOV DES SHAFP CUIOFF D STE BUT]ON.) r5
PBOJECI ENV BONN/ENT URBAN CENTER trl
II
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ILLUMINATION CRITERIA
ON ROADWAY
STAGGERED

o SoURCE: E.S. AND A.A.S.H.T.O.

TH AVEBAGE TO
L

N/ N M(lN4 MA NTA NFD I I llM NAT oN


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67 ,oor"o,uo.ra

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BATO OF 3 TO 1

LOCATE FIBST LU[4 NA RE ON IE[/PLAIE AND FOLLOIV SELECTED


CURVE IO DETERIVINE NEXT LUIV]NA]RE LOCAT ON

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RECOMMENDED EQUIPN/ENT AND OPERATING DATA
LONGITL-.,D NAL SPAC NG N FEET

t,5E

cL-30 1000 cLR H.P.S.

l
140,000 .76 106,000 15.0 50' 50'
a cL-30 1000 c LB ft4.H. 95,000 .72 68,400 10.0 40'
c cL-30 l OOO DX M.V. 60,000 .67 40,200 14.5 30' 29'
D cL 20 400 cLR H.P.S. 50,000 .-13 36,500 20.o - 30' 29'
E cL-20 400 cLR t\,1.H.* 40,000 .67 26300 11 .0 25'
cL-20 360 CLR UNA LUX 36,000 .72 25,900 12.O 25
cL-15 250 CLR H.P.S. 30,000 .7-1 23,100 15.0 25'
H cL-20 4OODXMV 21 500 .61 14,4U) 't5.7 20' 18',

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amp lumens lo g ve amp umen oltput lust belore Tep acemenl
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12) LR : Lamp Replacenrent nterva Fecomrnended n thoLlsands of hours
(3) ON,/IH Opl mum Mounl nq Heighl A ower moL-lnl ng he ght u/r I have
an elfecl on unrform ty A h gher moLtnl ng he gh1 s not
necessaTy

62
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ARRANGEIMENT:

8m
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ONE WAY IUN/INAIRE
WITH TYPE III VIEDIUIVI CUTOFF
(PROV DES SHARP CUTOFF D STB BUT

PFOJECI ENVIRONMENT URBAN CENTER


oN )
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ftGffi CATON ROADWAY

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APPL
STAGGERED
ILLUN/ INATION CRITERIA
souFCE: TYPICA L MERCHANT ASSOCIATION
J,\v v\.^\ a\ D v\A to\ .1.50 00,

C
!V TH AVERAGE
^"o._,
TO M N I\4U[,4
RATO OF 3 IO 1

L'JL]AIE F RST LU['4 NA]BE ON TE[/PLATE AND FOLLO\,\i SELECTED


CURVE TO DFIEBI\4 NE NEXT LUN4 NAIBE LOCAT ON

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RECON/N/ENDED EQUIPMENT AND OPERATING DATA

1000
1000
cLR H.P.S.
cLR H.P.S.
140,000
140,000
LLLi

.76
.76
106,000
106,000
15.0
15.0 45 4-t'
cZ
c CL.3O TWIN 1000 cLR M.H. 95,000 .t2 68,400 10.0 39', 38',
D CL 30 TWIN l OOO DX M,V. 60.000 .61 40,200 14 5 30' 2A'
C L.2O TWIN 400 cLR H.P.S. 50,000 .73 36,500 20.o 30' 2A'

G)
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(2) LR : Lamp Replacement nlerval Recomntended rn thousands ol hours
(3) O["4H Opl mum Mount nq He ght A owe. mount ng he gl]1 w have
an effecl on
nec essa Ty
ur't iorm tv A h gher mount nq herqht rs Iol
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ONt WAY I UNIINAIBL LUMINA]RE

LU ARFANGEMENT

o WITH TYPE III N/EDIUN/ CUTOFF


(PROV DES SHARP CI.]IOFF D STF BUT ON I

PCL].]ECI E NVIRON IV]E NT URBAN CENTER


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I
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LLUN/I NATION CRITERIA
ROADWAY

SOL]RCE PRESCOLITE (TYPICAL RECOI\IillENDATION)


STAGGERED

(, N l!'tl t.,i [r]A NTA NED LL!t\,i NAr ON


t'",1
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I'! TH AVFFAGE TO V N I"'II]N]

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I
LO'I\TE F RST LI]\'I NA RE L]N TE\i]PLATE AND FOLLO\'l] SELE']IED
CIIBVE TO DETERM i.iE NEXi LL-r[,4 NA llt LOCAT aJN

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IJ RECONIN/ENDED EOUIPN/ENT AND OPERATING DATA
.!L I lrl' L lLfl-l
t4 rLP ,.i. I r.tl r.

cL 30 1000 cLR H.P.S. 140,000 .76 106,000 15.0 39', 41'


B cL 30 1000 cLR N4.H. 95,000 .72 68,400 I0.0 35', 33',
c cL-20 400 cLF H.P.S. 50,000 .73 36,500 20.0 25' 24',
_) D cL 20 400 cLR l\,1.H.* 40,000 .67 26,800 11.0 20' 21',
46'
E CL.3O TWIN 1000 cLR l\,4.H. 95,000 .12 64,400 10.0
CL.3O TWIN l OOO DX M.V. 60,000 .67 40,200 14.5 35', 34'
G C L,2O TWIN 400 cLR H.P.S. 50,000 73 36,500 20.o 34'
H CL.15 TWIN 250 CLR H.P.S. 30,000 .77 23.100 15.0 30' )7'

tr
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amp ufirefs lo g ve amp !t --n o.]tpul lusl before rep acement
interva Recommended n lhoLlsan.ls of liotlrs
-SUPER M ETALARC
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(21 LB Lamp Rep acemefrt
(3) ONnH Opt mljr lvloLrnt nq He qht A ower mourrl ng |e gh1 w have
an elfecl or un lorrr ty A h eher nrclft rrq fle grrt s r'ro1
nec ess a ry

64
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LUM NAIBE

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WITH TYPE i]I N/IEDIUN/ CUTOFF
(PFOV DES SHABP CI.TTOFF D STB BttT ON )
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APPL CAT
OPPOSITE
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SOUBCE I.E.S. AND A.A.S.H,T.O,
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\{/ TH AVEFAGE TO [,1 NINIUI\I
RAIO OF 3 TO 1

LOCAIE F RST LUiV] NA RE ON TE\']PtAIE AND FOLLOIV SELECIED


CURVE TO DEIEBI\I NE NEXT LI]MINA1RE LOCAI ON

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RECONIN/ENDED EQUIPMENT AND OPERATING DATA

lOOO
1000
CLR H.P,S
cLR r\,l.H.
140,000
95,000
LLF

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106,000
68,400
15.0
10.0
50'
39',
50'
40'
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c c L-30 l OOODX M,V. 60,000 .61 40,20a 14.5 30' 29'

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E cL20 400 cLR t\,,t.H.. 40,000 .67 26,800 11.0 25' 25',
cL-20 360 CLR UNALU X 36,000 .72 25p00 12.0 25', 25'
G cL 15 250 CLFr H.P.S. 30,000 .11 23,100 15.0 25'
ct to 4OO DX M.V, 21,5A0 157

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c CL.3O TWIN lOOO CLR M-H. 95,000 .12 68,400 10.0 38',
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400 cLR H.P.S.
140,000
95,000
50,000
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106,000
68,400
36,500
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10.0
20.0
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35',
41',

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CL.3O
CL.2O
CL.2O
CL.2O
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TWIN
TWIN
TWIN
CL 15 TWIN
1000 DX M.V.
400 cLR H.P.S.
400 cLR M.H.*
360 CLR UNALUX
250 CLR H.P.S.
60,000
50,000
40,000
36,000
30,000
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40.200
36,500
2 6,800
25,900
23,100
14.5
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12.O
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45'
39'
39'
35'
3s'
42'
41'
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ARBANGEN4ENT:
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CL,3O TWIN
CL.2O TWI N
1000 cLR H.P.S.
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400 cLR H.P.S.
140.000
95,000
50,000
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.73
106,000
68,400
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30'
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LIJ ARRANGEMENT
WITH TYPE III MEDIUN/ CUTOFF
n
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PBOJECT ENV FONMENT URBAN CENTER


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B CL-30 TWIN 1000 cLR M.H. 95,000 .72 68,400 10.0 45', 46'
c CL.3O TWIN lOOO DX M V 60,000 .61 40.200 14.5 34'
_) D CL.2O TWIN 400 cLR H.P.S. 50,000 .13 36,500 20.o 35', 34'
E cL-20 TWtN 400 cLR M.H.* 40,000 .67 26,800 11.0 30' 29'
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1000 cLR H.P.S.


1000 c LR M.H.
140,000
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ONE WAY LUN/INAIBt
LU AFRANGET!4ENT:

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PROJ ECI ENV]FONMENT URBAN CENTER


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cL-30
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1000
1000
cLR
cLR
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H.P.S.
t\,1.H.

400 cLR H.P.S.


250 CLR H_P.S.
140,000
95,000
60,000
50,000
30,000
.76
.72
.61

.77
106,000
68.400
40 2OO
36,800
23,100
15.0
10.0
14.5
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35',
30'
20'
20'
1s',
27',
20'
20'
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WITH TYPE III NIEDIUN/ CUTCFF
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PROJECI ENV RONI\4ENT
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URBAN CENTER

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BAIO OF 4 TA 1

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H.P.S.
1000 cLR
lvr.H.
1000 cLR
140,000
95,000
.76
.12
106,000
68,400
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10.0
50'
39',
47'
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G cL 15 250 CLR H.P.S. 30.000 .t/ 23,100 T 5.0 )5', )2'

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cL-30
cL-30
cL-20
cL-]5
1000 cLR H.P.S.
1000 cLR t\l.H.
1000 DX tvt.v.
4OO CLR H.P.S.
250 CLR H.P.S,
140,000
95,000
60,000
50,000
30,000
.76
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.73
77
106,000
68,400
40200
36800
23,100
15.0
10.0
14.5
20.0
15.0
30'
20'
20'
15',
33',
27',
20'
20'
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CL.3O TWIN
CL.30 TWIN
CL"3O
CL.2O
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TWIN
1000 cLR
1000 cLR M.H.
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140,000
95,000
60,000
50,000
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106,000
68,400
40,200
36,500
15.0
10.0
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G
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360 CLR UNALUX
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(3) OMH Opt nrum Nlounl nq He ghl A lower mount ng he qhl w have
an effect
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or un lormrty A lr glrer mo!.1 nq lre 9lr1 s rot
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TWO WAY IUN/INAIRE LUMINA BE
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iPFOV DES SIARP CI]TOFF D SIRIBUI ON
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LONLI TJtr \A SPAa \ll lr FELT

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B CL-3O TWIN 1000 cLR l\,,t.H. 95,000 12 68,400 10.0 39',
c CL-30 TWIN lOOO DX M,V, 60,000 61 40,200 't 4.5 30'
_) D CL.2O TWIN 4OO CLR H,P,S, 50,000 13 36,500 20.0 30'
E CL-20 TWIN 400 cLR l\,4.H.' 40,000 61 26300 11.0 25'
CL.2O TWIN 360 CLR U NA LUX 36.000 12 25,900 12.O 25',
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g
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1oo0 cLR
H.P.S.
M.H.
140,000
9s,0oo
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106,000
68,400
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10.0
60'
50'
60'
48'
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D cL 20 400 cLR H.P.S. 50,000 36,500 20.0 35',
E cL,20 400 cLR M.H.* 40,000 .67 2 6,800 11.0 30' 30'

G
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250 CLR H.P.S.
36,000
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B cL-30 lOOO CLR M,H, 95,000 .72 68,400 10.0 33


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ILLUN/ INATION CRITERIA
SOURCE I. E.S. AND A.A,S.H.T.O.
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0.47 Foor"o*or..
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RATO
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c L-30
cL-30
1000
1000
l OOO DX M.V.
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cLR
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Nn.H.
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95.000
60,000
.76
.72
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106,000
68,400
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15.0
10.0
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60
50'
35',
60'
48'
35'
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G cL,l 5 250 CLR H_P.S. 30,000 .77 23,100 15_O 30' 28',

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LU ARFANGEMENT:

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PROJ E'i ENVFON 4ENT URBAN OUTLYING COIVIMERCIAL


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cL-30
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1000 cLR
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1000 DX M.V.
140,000
95,000
60,000
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.12
.61
106,000
68,400
40200
15.0
10.0
14.5
39',

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24'

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PBOJECT ENV RONIVENT: URBAN
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ILLUN/I NATION CRITERIA


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1000 cLR H.P.S.


1000 cLR M.H.
140,000
95,000
LLD

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106,000
68,400
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10.0
60'
50'
60
48'
cZ
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E cL20 400 cLR t\,1.H.* 40,000 .67 26800 11.0 30' 30'
cL-20 360 CLR U NA LUX 36,000 .12 2s,900 12.0 30' 30'
G cL-l5 250 CLR H.P.S. 30,000 17 23.100 15 0 30' 2a'

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an ellecl of Lrn lormrty A lr gher mou.rt ng he IJlrt rs .rot
n ec essa rv rn
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ONE WAY LUI\4INAIqt AFFANGEMENT

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ILLUN/I NATION CRITERIA


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W TH AVEFAGE TO IVl N [4UV


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LOCATE F RST LUMINA RE ON AND FOLLOIV SELECTED

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l B

c
cL 30
cL 30
cL 30
1000
1000
l OOO
cLR
cLR
H.P.S.
l\4.H.
DX M-V.
140,000
95,000
60,000
.72
.67
106,000
68,400
40 2OO
15.0
10.0
14.5
39',

25',
41'

24',

tr
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arrp Lrme|s to gve amp u.fen
ed by
oulp{r1 jusl beiore rep acemenl
nta
f(
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(2) LF Larnp Replacement nterva Recommended nthoLrsandsoifrours
(3) ON4H Oplrmum Ny'oirnl nq He ght-A oweT mount ng he,ght w have
ar elJect of Lrn lornr ty A I glrer mounl ng he gh1 s not
NE' CSSA TV

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TWO WAY LUMINAIRL
WITH TYPE III N/EDIUN/ CUTOFF
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PROJ ECT ENV RONMENI URBAN
APPLICAT ON: ROADWAY

rLLUN/rNAT|oN cRrrERrA
SOURCE I,E.S. AND A-A.S.H.T.O.
ourLYrNG i^"#xiBili.
I
iV NllvlUM MAINTA NED ILLLIMINAT ON
0.47 Foor"o*or..
WITH AVERAGE
RAT|O OF 3
IO M N [/UN/
rO
LOCATE FIBST LUN4 NA RE ON TEi\4PLATE AND FOLTOW SELECTED
1
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il) @ FIEPLAC:\']ENT .lE i:fT 6
B
c
D
CL.2O TWIN
CL.20 TWIN
CL,2O TWIN
CL..I5 TWIN
400
400
360
250
cLR
cLR
H.P.S.
l\,1.H.*
CLR UNALUX
CLR H.P.S.
50,000
40,000
36,000
30,000
.13
.61
t2
.71
36,500
26,800
25,900
23,100
20.0
11.0
12.O
15.0
50'
45'
45',
40'
50'

42'
40'
Z
E CL.2O TWIN 4OO DX M.V. 21 F00 .61 14,400 15.7 30' 30'

G
CL.15 TWIN
CL-'I5 TWIN
250 CLR M.H.
1 50 CLR H.P.S_
19,500
16,000
.67
.74
13,000
11 840
4.5
16_0
30'
30'
30'
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- SUPER M ETALARC (l ) LLD Lamp Lumen Deprec at on-A lactor thal s mu t p ed liy r. t al
C
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(2) LF LampRepacemenllnterva Fecommended nthoLlsandsolhoLlrs
(3) OMH: Opt muni N4ount ng He ght A ower mounl ng he glrl !\r I have
U
an effect on Lrn form ty A h gher .nounl ng he qht s nol
rn B3
-
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TWO WAY LUVINAIBL
LTJ ,ABRANGE[,4ENT

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PFOJECT ENV RONI\4ENI URBAN OUTLYING COMME RCIAL
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LONG I -llt NAL SFAC NU \ FEE-

l
CL.3O TWIN 1000 cLR t\t.H. 95,000 .72 68,400 10.0 45' 46'
B cL,30 TWtN ] OOODX M.V. 60,000 .61 40,200 14.5 35', 34'
c CL.2O TWIN 4OO CLB H-P.S- 50,000 .73 36,500 20.o 34'
D CL-20 TWIN 400 cLR M.H.* 40,000 .6-l 26,800 11.0 30' 30'
E CL'20 TWIN 360 CLR U NA LUX 36,000 .72 2 5,900 12.0 30' 29'
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tr
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(1) LLD Lamp Lurnen Deprec at on A laclo. that ,s .nu I p ed by
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llst tlefore rep acement
nI a * SUPER METALARC
0:

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(3) ON4H: Opt mum l"4ounlrng He ghl A oweT mounl ng fre qht wr have
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84
LUI,4INAIR E
ABRANGEMENT

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ONF WAY LUN/INAIRL
WITH TYPE III NIEDIUVI CUTOFF
(PBOViDES SHARP CI]TOFF D STRIBUT ON,)
o
T
t1 #mG
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STAGGERED
FFOJ ECT
APPL CAT
ENI/FONMENT: URBAN RESIDENTIAL
oN ROADWAY

ILLUN/I NATION CRITERIA -{


SOUFCE I. E.S.
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0.33 ,oor.oro.ra
W TH AVERAGE
BAIO OF 3
TO I''/]
TO
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LOCATE F RST LI]I',4 NA FE ON TEIVPLATE AND FOLTO\,\] SELEOTED


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cL 20
RECON/N/ENDED EQUIPN/IENT AND OPERATING DATA

400
400
cLR H.P.S.
cLR rvl.H.'
50,000
40,000
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.73
.61
36,500
26,800
20.o
11.0
cz
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cC
D cL,1s 250 CLR H.P.S. 30,000 .71 23.100 15.0
E cL-20 4OO DX M,V. 21,500 .61 14,400 15.1
cL-ls 250 CLR N4.H. 19,500 .67 13,000 4.5
: cL 15 150 CLR H.P.S. 16,000 .74 1tB4O 16.0
cL,l5 175 CLR M,H.' 15,000 .67 10,000 15.O
I cL-15 150 CLR UNA LUX 12,000 .67 8,640 12.O

);l 'SUPER METALARC (ll ILD Lamp Llmen Depre.i al on Aiactortfai snrLrtp edby rrta

I
amfr umells to g \,e aanp umen o!1pr]1 lLrsl before fep acemenl
(2) L.F Lanrp Rep acemenl lnterva Reconrmend..d I tl-.rrLrsands of lrotlrs
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an ei'..cl oll Lrf forrr ly A lr gher molnl fll l,e glrl s aol
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LUM NAIBE
ONE WAY I UN/INAIRt ARRANGEMENT:

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(PFOV DES SIARP CUTOFF D SIR 8UT ON

PROJECT ENV BONI4ENT URBAN


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RESIDENTIAL
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ILLUN/INATION CRITERIA
STAGGERED

o souRCE, PRESCOLITE (TYPICAL RECOMI\4ENDATION)


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\iV TH AVERAGE TO [,4]N]I,/I.]M


0.50 FOOTCANDLES

Z RATO OF 3 TO 1

LOCAIE F RST LUN/INA RE ON TENIPLAIE AND FOLLO\I SELECIID

g CUFVE TO DETEB]\4 NE NEXT LUN/ NA RE LOCAT ON.

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L r_l

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c
D
E
cL20
CL.2O
cL-20
cL,15
CL 20
400 cLR H.P.S.
400 cLR M.H.*
360 CLR UNALUX
250 CLR H.P.S.
4OO DX M.V.
50,000
40,000
36,000
30,000
21 .500
.67
.12
.17
.67
36,s00
26,800
25,900
23,100
14,400
20.0
11.0
12.O
15.O
15.1
30'
30'
25'
20'
34'
29'
29
27'
20'
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(2)
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* SUPER METALARC
11

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LRI Lamp Rep acement lnlerva Recornmended n lhousands of hours
(3) OMH: Opt mum lvolntrng He ght A ower mounl ng he ghl wr I have
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LUIVINA BE
ARBANGEI\,,1ENT

TIT
ONE WAy 1gyl1rjAlRt
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(PROV DES SIABP CUTOFF D STR BL.]T ON )
o
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PROJECI ENV RON]\4ENT
APPL
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ILLUN/ INATION CRITERIA
SoUBCE I ,E.S.
[/] N MtlM MA NTA NFD Lltll\/l NArON
0.33
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FOOTOANDLES
$/ I H AVERAGE TO [./]lNlMUM
BATO OF 3 TO 1

LOCATE F RST LUI,/ NA RE ON ]E["4PLATE AND FOLLOW SELECTED


CUBVE TO DETERM NE NEXT LL]M NA BE TOCAT ON

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o
B
c
D
E
cL20
cL20
cL-20
cll5
c L-20
4OO CLR H.P,S,
400 cLR r\,1.H.*
360 CLR UNALUX
250 CLR H.P.S.
4OO DX M.V.
50,000
40.000
36,000
30,000
21 F00
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.67
12
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.61
36,500
26800
25p00
23,100
14.400
20.o
11 .0
12.O
15.0
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25'
42'
36',
35',
33',
25',
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19,5 00 25',
G c L-l5 1s0 cLR H.P.S. 16,000 .74 1 1 ,840 16.0 25' 24',
20' 22'

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I cL-15 150 CLR UNA LUX 12,000 .67 8,640 12.O 20' t1'

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I
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(2) LR : Lamp Rep acemenl lnterva Reconrmcnded nlhousandsolhours
U
(3) ON,4H Oplimrm N,4ount ng He ght A ower mounl nll he ghl wrl have
af eltect on
necessary.
Lr'riform ly A h qher mounlrng he ghl s nol
rn 87
ONE WAY LUNIINAIBL LUl\,4INA RE

LU AFRANGEMENT

o WITH TYPE III N/EDIUNI CUTOFF


(PROVIDES SHARP CUTOFF D SIB BUI ON

PRO.]ECT ENV FONI',/ENT URBAN RESIDENTIAL


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a)[]al Tl,U l'lA Srrra l'lal N aEEI

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B cL-20 400 cLR H.P.S. 50,000 36.500 20.o 34'
c cL,20 400 cLR M.H.* 40,000 .61 26,800 11.0 30' 2g'
D cL-20 360 CLB UNA LU X 36,000 -12 25,900 12.O 30' 29',
E cL 15 250 CLR H.P,S, 30,000 .77 23.100 15.0 25' 21'
c L-20 4OO DX M.V. 21500 .61 14,400 15.7 20' 20'
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(3) ON/H Op1 mum l\4o!nt ng He ghl -A ower mount ng he qh1 w have
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fecessary
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LUIMINAIRE
ABBANGEMENT:

re
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ONE WAY LUN/INAIRL
WITH TYPE III IVEDIUN/ CUTOFF
(PROV DES SIARP CUTOFF D STB BUT ON )
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T
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ONE SIDF
PBOJECT ENV RoNr,/ENrr URBAN
APPL CAT ROADWAY

ILLUMINATION CRITERIA
SOURCE: l. E.S.
oN

[4rN Mr][.ir MA NTATNFD ] r rJN"4 NAT ON


RESIDENTIAL

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CURVE IO DETEBM NE NEXT Ll.r[./] NA RE LOCAI ON
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A Or.l a\ D\- 5r AC \C \
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B
C
cL,20
cL-20
cL-20
4OO
400
360
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cLR tvt.H.*
CLR UNALUX
50,000
40,000
36,000
.73
.6'1
.72
36,500
26,800
25,900
20.0
11.0
12.O
45'
39',
42'
36'
Z
cC
D cL-l5 250 CLR H.P.S. 30,000 .77 23,100 15.0 35',
E cL,20 400 DX t\,1.V. 21 5OO .67 14,400 15.7 25'. 25'
cL-15 250 CLR M.H. 19,500 .61 13,000 4.5 25', 25
G cL-l5 150 CLR H.P.S. 16,000 .14 1 1,840 16.0 24'
H c Ll5 175 CLR Nn.H.* 15,000 .61 10,000 15.0 20' 22',
I CL-l5 150 CLR UNALUX 12,000 .61 8,640 12.O 20' 21'

(1) LLD Lanrp Lumen Deprecrat on A faclor that s mu 1 pl ed by n t a

U
amp lumens 1o g ve amp umen outpLrt lust belore rep acemenl
(2) LRI Lamp Rep acemenl nlerva Recommended n tfrousands ol hou.s
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an ellect o. un lormrty A h qher .nou.rt rq lre ght rs n01
necessary rn
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ONE WAY LUMINAIRT
LU ABBANGEI\,iENT

o WITH TYPE III N/EDIUN/I CUTOFF


(PROVIDES SHAFP CUTOFF DISTBIBUI ON )

PROJECT ENVIRONMENT URBAN RESIDENTIAL


II
nTTI t't
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ILLUMINATION CRITERIA
ONE SIDE

O SOUFCE PRESCOLITE (TYPICAL RECOIIIIV]ENDATION)


MrN!r,4lJr,/t N4A NTA

W TH AVEFAGE TO
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Z BAIO OF 3 TO 1

LOCATE FIFST LU[1 NA RE ON TEI/PLATE AND FOLLOW SELECIED


CI]RVF TO DETEFI.,4 NE NEXT LUN/INAIRE LOCAT ON

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RECON/I\IENDED EQUIPN/ENT AND OPERATING DATA


FEET

arl./F
@ rLPLiaEr'l:\T

cL-30 DX M.V. 60,000 .61 40,200 14.5 35', 34',

l
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c cL-20 400 cLR lvl.H.* 40,000 .67 26 800 11.0 30'
D cL 20 360 CLR UNALUX 36,000 .72 2 5,900 12.O 30' 29'
E cL-15 250 CLR H.P.S. 30,000 .17 23,100 15.0 21'
cL-20 4OO DX M.V. 21,500 .6'1 14,400 't5.1 20' 20'
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* SUPER METALARC
f,

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(PFOVIDES SHARP CUTOFF DISTF|BUI ON )
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ffi PROJECT ENV FONMENT: URBAN
APPL CAT ON: ROADWAY
RESIDENTIAL

I\,4EDIAN
ILLUN/I NATION CRITERIA
SoURCE I.E,S.
-1
M Nr\4!M MATNTA NFD r !MTNAT ON
0. 33 ,oo."o*o..a
WTH AVERAGE TO
RAJO OF 3
N4
rO
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1

LOCATE FIFST LUI\4 NA RE ON TEI/PLATE AND FOLLOW SELECTED


C
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CL-20 TWIN
CL.15 TWIN
CL-15 TWIN
CL.15 TWIN
CL.15 TWIN
4OO DX M.V.
250 CLR M.H.
150 CLR H.P.S-
175 CLR I\n.H.*
150 CLR UNALUX
21 ,500
19,500
16,000
15,000
12,000
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.74
.67
.72
14,400
13,000
11 ,840
10,000
8,640
15.-1

16.0
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35',
35',
30'
30'
36'

34'
31',
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G cL-15 TWrN 250 DX M.V. 1 1 ,500 .67 1 ,100 16.5 25',
CL-l5 TWIN 7,125 25' 26'

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H 1OO CLR H.P.S, 9,500 .15 12.O

.suPER Nn ETALARC (l) LLD: LampLumefDeprecaton Aiaclo.that srfulp ed by nta


n
(3)
amp umefs 1o g ve amp umen outplt llst belore rep aceme.t
(2) LR Lamp Rep acement nlerva Reconr.fended n thousands ol lrourS
OIVH Opt mum Ny'ounl n9 ie ght-A lo\,!er firoLrnlrng lre qhl \,\r I frave
U
an effect on un form ty A lr gher mouirt ng fre gNt s fol
necessary rn 91
LUI\IINA RE
TWO WAY LUN/INAIRE
LU ARBANGEMENT:

o WITH TYPE III N/EDIUNI CUTOFF


(PBOVIDES SHARP CUTOFF D]STBIBI.]TION ]

PFOJ ECT ENVIRONI,4ENT URBAN RESIDENTIAL


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ITLUN/I NATION CRITERIA
ROADWAY

SOI]FCE PRESCOLITE (TYPICAL RE COIV M EN DAT ION )


MEDIAN

(' MrN t]lvl [4A NTA NED LLU i',/] NATION


1,4
0.50 FOOToANDLES
TH AVEFAGE TO
\'V IVl N [4 UI'/]

Z RATO OF 3 TO 1

Ia
LOCATE F RST LUM NA RE ON IEI"4PLATE AND FOLLOIV SELEC'IED
CI]RVE TO DETEFI\4 NE NEXT LUM NA RE LOCAT.JN

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alNll TllD N{L :lDAll Nai N FEE I

CL-20 TWIN 400 cLR lvt.H.* 40,000 .67 2 6,800 11.0 41'

l B
c
D
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F
CL-20 TWIN
CL,l5 TWIN
CL 20 TWI N
CL.15 TWIN
CL.15 TWIN
360 CLR UNALUX
250 CLR H.P.S.
400 DX t\l.V.
250 CLR t\4.H .
150 CLR H.P.S.
36,000
30,000
21,500
19,500
16,0m
.72
.77
.6'1

.74
25,900
23,100
14,400
13,000
11,840
12.O
15.0
't5.'1
4.5
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39',

30'
30'
40'

29',
29'
21'
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amp l]mens to g ve anip unierr oulpul lust beiore rep acemenl
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n; {

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(2) LB r Lamp Replace.fent .lerva Recommended n thousafds of lrours
(3) OMH Optrmum Mouf t ng He glrl A o!,/er mo!nt f !l h,-'!iht !v have
an eflect on LJn lorm ty A I gfrer moLrnl ng he gh1 s not
nec essa rv
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LUMINAIRE
ARRANGEN4ENT]

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WITH TYPE III NIEDIUN,4 CUTOFF
(PROVIDES SHARP CUTOFF DISIR BI]TION )
o
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D hatf,
G RID
PBOJECT ENVFONMENT: SUBURBAN SHOPPING CENTER
APPLCATON LARGE SELF PARKING AREA

ILLUN/ INATION CRITERIA


j
SOURCE: l. E.S.
[/1N Ml]N,,1 N./lA NTAINFD ll LllM NATON
0.25 roor"oror.,
!VTH AVERAGE TO
BATO OF 4
N/
TO
N N4UI'/I

LOCATE F RST LUIV NA RE ON IEMPLATE AND FOLLOW SELECTED


1
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1000 DX r\4.v.
4OO CLR H.P.S.
60,000
50,000
.67
.13
a4 rEr

40,200
36,500
AaE'.']:N I

14.5
20.0
:vl

56',
55',
cz
c CL-20 TWIN 400 cLR t\,1.H.* 40,000 .67 26,800 11.0 47'

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D CL.zO TWIN 360 CLR UNALUX 36,000 .12 25,900 12.O 41'
E CL.15 TWIN 250 CLR H.P.S. 30.000 .71 23,100 15.0 44'
cL,20 TWI N 400 DX t\t.v. 21,500 .61 14,400 15.7
G CL.I5 TWIN 2s0 cLR t\,1.H. 19,500 .67 13,000 4.5 33',

C
H CL.15 TWIN 150 CLR UNA LU X 12,OOO .72 8,640 12.O
I CL-15 TWIN 175 CLR M H 12,000 .67 8,000 6.0

,0 .SUPER META LARC (I LLD Lamp Lumen Deprec at on -A lactor that s mu 1 p ed by rrlra
)
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U
an eifecl on un form ly A fr lher molr]t nll fle gilt s frol
necessarv rn 93
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TWO WAY LUNIINAIRE
LU AR RANGEM E NT

o WITH TYPE III N/EDIUNI CUTOFF


iPBOVIDES SHAFP CUIOFF DISTBIBI]I ON
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1\,4 N [./r]M MA \TAiNFD LLUI'I NAT ON

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B CL,3O TWIN 1000 cLR M.H. 95,000 .72 68,400 10.0 38',
c CL.3O TWIN 1000 DX r\r.v. 60,000 .67 40,200 '| 4.5 30' 28'
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n ecessatrv
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ARRANGEMENT

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WITH TYPE III N,lEDIUN/ CUTOFF
(PBOV]DES SHARP CUTOFF DISIR BI]TION )
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PBOJECT ENV RON[,/]ENT: SUBURBAN SHOPPING CENTERS
APPL CAT oN
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ILLUN/I NATION CRITERIA


SOURCE: PENNEYS
''\vvva\^\F
RETAIL ORGAN IZATION
.v\^-o\ .1.50 _oo,
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W
FATO
TH AVERAGE TO
OF 4
LOCATE F RST LL]["/] NA RE ON TENNPLATE
N/
IA
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CL-30 TWIN
CL-30 TWIN
1000 cLR
1000 c LR M.H.
H.P.S. 140,000
95,000
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.72
106,000
68,400
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30' 31 Z
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ltl
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(2)
(3)
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LRI LampReplacement nlerva Recommended nlhousandsofhours
OMH Opt mlm Nlolnt ng He ght-A ower mo!nlrng h.. ght wrl have
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LUMINAIFE
FOUR WAY LUMINAIRE
LU WITH TYPE lll N,iEDIUN/ CUTOFF
ARRANGEMENT

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ltll
PROJECT ENV BONN/ENT SUBURBAN SHOPPING CENTER ttlt
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LARGE SELF-PARKING AREA

ILTUN/ INATION CRITERIA


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WTH AVEBAGE TO
I.

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E.S.
NTAINED lLLtlI'llNAT,O*
I,/] N I"4U [4
0.25 FOOTCANDLES

Z RATO OF 4 TO 1

LOCATE F RST LUN4 NA RE ON TEl\4PLATE AND FOLi OlV SELECTED

g CUBVE TO DETEFlV NE NEXT LUI'/ NA RE LOCAT ON

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_f B CL 15 FOUR 1OO DX M-V. 4000 .67 2@O 14.O 20' 20'

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I

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(2) LB r Lamp Replacemeft nlerval Recommended Jr thorrsands ol hours
(3) Ol\4H Optrmum [,4ount ng Herghl-A ower mounl ng he ghl !v have
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necessarv
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ILLUN/INATION CRITERIA
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SOURCE SEARS RETAIL ORGAN IZATION/PR ESCO LITE
N,l N [4t]l',/l [.4AINTA NFD I lL]l\4LNAT|ON
1 .00 Foor"o*orra
WITH AVERAGE TO ]V N IVUI,/
RATIO OF 4 IA 1

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CURVE TO DETERN4 NE NEXT LU[./]]NA]RE LOCAT ON

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CL,3O
CL.3O
CL.2O
CL.2O
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FOUR
FOUR
FOUR
1000 cLR H.P.S.
1000 cLR M.H.
1000 DX l\,1.V.
400 cLR H.P.S.
400 cLR M.H.'
140,000
95,000
60,000
50,000
40,000
.76
.72
.67
.13
.67
106,000
68,400
40,200
36,500
26,800
15.0
10.0
14.5
20.0
11.0
65',
55',

39',
35',
54',
39',

34',
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CL,2O FOUR 360 CLR UNALUX 36,000 .12 25,900 12.O 35', 33',
G CL.]5 FOUR
CL-20 FOUR
250 CLR H.P.S.
400 DX l\4.V.
30,000
21,500
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23,100
14,400
15.0
15.7
30'
2s',
31'
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LUMINAIFE
FOUR WAY LUN/INAIRE
LU ARRANGEMENT:

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WITH TYPE III N/EDIUN/ CUTOFF ilEtl


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ILLUN/INATION CRITERIA
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TH AVEBAGE TO I'I N
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Z RATO OF 4 IA 1

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CL.3O FOUR 1000 cLR H.P.S. 140,000 .16 106,000 15.0 55', 55',
l
a CL.3O FOUR 1000 cLR M. H. 95,000 .72 68,400 10.0 45', 44'
c CL-30 FOUR 1000 DX l\,1.v. 60,000 .61 40,200 14.5 30' 32'
_) D CL.2O FOUR 4OO CLR H.P,S. 50,000 .73 36,500 20.0 30' 32'
E CL-20 FOUR 400 cLR l\l.H.* 40,000 2 6800 11.0 25', 27'
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LUIIINA BE
ARRANGEMENT:

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0.067
C
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150 CLR UNALUX
175 CLR NN,H,
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15,000
12,000
12,000
1 1.500
.72
.67
.67
10,000
8,640
8,000
7,700
7.5
12.0
6.0
16.5
35',
30'
30'
34'
33',
31',
29'
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an elfecl on un lorm ty A lr gher moLr.]t ng he ght s .ro1
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ONE WAY LUMINAIBL
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PROJECT ENV FONMENT: SUBURBAN


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EI lr
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SOI.]RCE TYPICAL RECOMIVIENDATION
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c cL-15 250 CLR M,H, 19,500 .67 13,000 4.5 25' 25'
D cL-15 150 CLR H.P.S. 16,000 .74 11 ,440 16.0 25' 23'
E cL-15 175 CLR M.H.* 15,000 .67 10,000 7.5 20' 22',
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PARKLIKE
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RESIDENTIAL SETTING
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0.50
C
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W TH AVERAGE TO N/ININ/U[,/
FATO OF 3 TO 1

LOCATE F RST LUN4 NAIRE ON IEI"4PLATE AND FOLLOW SELECTED


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6
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cL-20
400 cLR H.P.S.
400 cLR t\t.H.*
50,000
40,000
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26800
25,900
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11.0 30'
30'
34'
29'
29'
Z
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D cL-15 250 CLR H.P.S. 30,000 .77 23.100 15.0 25' 27',
E cL 20 4OO DX M.V. 21,500 .67 14,400 15.7 20' 20'
cL 15 250 CLR M.H. 19500 .67 13,000 4.5 20' 20'
G cL-15 175 C LR M.H.* 15,000 .67 10.000 7.5 20' 18'

- SUPER METALARC (l ) LLD Lamp Lumen Deprec at on A Jaclor that rs mu 1 pl ed by n t a


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(2) LB LampReplacemenl nleiva -Becom.nended n lhousands of hours
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nec essa ry rn 101
LUI\IINA]RE
ONE WAY LUI\IINAIRL
LU AFRANGEMENT

o WITH TYPE III N/EDIUN/ CUTOFF


(PBOV DES SIAFP CUTOFF DISTF BUT ON )
PROJECT ENV BONI"4ENI SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL-
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MIN N4tlN./l
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0.067 FOOTCANDLES

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BATO OF 6 TO 1

LOCATE F RST LU[4 NA RE ON TEIVPLATE AND FOLLO\^/ SELE'JIED


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l
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B CL-15 150 CLR UNALUX 12,000 .72 8,640 12.O
c cL-15 175 CLR l\4.H. 12,OOO .6'7 8,000 6.0 30'
D cL-15 250 DX M.V. 11 ,500 .67 7.700 16.5 30'
E cL 15 100 cLR H.P.S. 9,500 .15 1 ,125 12.O 30'
,I75 5,190
cL-15 DX M,V. 1 ,150 .67 16.5 25',
G cL-15 70 CLR H.P,S. 5,800 .75 4,350 12.O 2'',
cL 20'

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(2)
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ARRANGEMENT

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T
ONE WAY LUN/INAIRL
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APPLTCATION: ROADWAY
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ILLUN/ INATION CRITERIA -{
SOUBCE TYPICAL RECOMI\4ENDATION
[/ N ML][4 N/A NTA NFD LLr]r,4 NAr ON '1
0. 7 ,oor"o*or.a
W IH AVERAGE TO I,,/]IN IN./ U IVl
FATO OF 6 TO 1

LOCATE F RST LUI'/] NA RE ON IEI'"4PLATE AND FOLLOW SELECIED


C
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B cL,2 0 400 DX tvl.v. 21.500 .67 14,400 15.7 25', 25'
c cL 15 250 CLR M.H. 19,500 .61 13,000 4.5 25' 25'
D cL-15 150 CLR H.P.S. 16,000 .74 11 840 16.0 25' 23'

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cL-15 150 CLR UNA LUX 12.OOO .72 a,640 12.O 20' 20'
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C
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PROJECT ENV RONI'/ENT SUBURBAN


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1

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RECON/MENDED EQUIPN/ENT AND OPERATING DATA


LLL] or,.iF
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B cL,20 4OO CLR M.H,* 40,000 .67 26,800 1',l .0 30' 2g'
c cL-20 360 CLR UNA LUX 36,000 25,900 12.O 30' 29'
D cL- 15 250 CLR H.P.S. 30,000 .77 23,100 15.0 25' 27',
E cL20 4OO DX M.V. 00
21 ,5 .67 14,400 15.1 20' 20'
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tr
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APPL CAT ON ROADWAY
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SOURCE: l. E.S.
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0.067 FooTcANDLES
WITH AVEBAGE
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RECON,4MENDED EQUIPN/ENT AND OPERATING DATA

175 CLR M.H.*


150 CLR UNALUX
15,000
12,000
LLII

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.72
10,000
8,640
7.5
12.O
35', 34'
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D cL,15 250 DX M.V. 1 1,500 7,100 16.5 30' 29'
c L-15 CLR H.P.S. 9,500 1,125 12.O 30' 29',

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G cL-15 70 cLR H.P.S. 5,800 .t5 4,350 12.O 25'
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c cL 15 250 CLR M,H. 19,500 .67 13,000 4.5 25 25'
D cL 15 150 CLR H.P.S. 16,000 .74 11 ,840 16.0 25' 23'
E cL-15 175 CLR l\,1.H.* 15,000 .67 10,000 7.5 20' 22'
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TH AVERAGE TO M N
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cL 20
cL-20
cL-15
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400 c LR M.H.*
360 CLR UNA LUX
250 CLR H.P.S.
50,000
40,000
36,000
30,000
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.67
.72
.77
36,500
26,800
25,900
23,100
20.0
11.0
12.O
15.0
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30'
30'
25'
34'
29',
29',
27'
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175 CLR M.H..
19,500
15,000
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10,000
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7.5
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20'
20'
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PROJECT ENV BONMENT: SUBURBAN


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CL.15 TWIN
CL.I5 TWI
CL-15 TWtN
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250 CLR l\,1.H.
150 CLR H.P.S.
175 CLR M.H.*
19,500
16,000
1 5,000
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.14
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13,000
11 ,840
10,000
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16.0
1.5
35',
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30'
35',

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G CL.l5 TWI N 100 cLR H.P.S. 9,500 .75 I .125 12.O 25' 26'
H CL-l5 TWIN 175 DX M.V. 7:750 .67 5,190 16.5 20' 21',
I CL.15 TWIN 70 cLR H_P.S. 5,800 .15 4,350 12.0 20' 20'

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B CL 15 TWIN 250 CLR M.H, 19,500 .67 13,000 4.5 30' 29'
c CL-15 TWIN 150 CLR H.P.S. 16,000 .t4 11,840 16.0 30' 27'
_) D CL-l5 TWIN 175 CLR tvt.H.* 15,000 .61 10,000 7.5 25', 25',
E CL.l5 TWI N 150 CLR UNALUX 12,000 .'t2 8,640 12.O 25' 24'
CL.15 TWIN 175 CLR NN.H, 12,OOO .67 8,000 6.0 20' 22',
G CL,15 TWIN 250 DX M.V. 11,500 1.700 16.5 20' 21',

tr
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(2) LF LampReplacement.terva Recomrnended nthoLrsandsoifrours
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STAGGERED
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SPEED ROADWAY

I
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400 cLR M.H.*


360 CLR U NALUX
40,000
36,000
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.67
.72
26,800
25,900
11.0
12.O
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45'
45'
46'
45'
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D cL20 4OO DX M.V, 21,500 .67 14,400 15.7 35', 32'
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cLl5

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H cL,15 150 CLR UNALUX 12,000 ."12 8,640 12.O 25' 27'

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W
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l B
c
D
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cL-30
c L-20
cL20
cL-20
cL-'t5
1000 DX l\1.v.
400 cLR H.P.S.
400 cLR Nn.H.*
360 CLR UNALUX
250 CLR H,P,S,
60,000
50,000
40,000
36,000
30,000
.67
.73
:67
.72
.11
40.200
36,5 00
2 6,800
25,900
2 3,'t 00
14.5
20.0
11.0
12.O
15.0
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30'
25'
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29'
29',
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(2) LRI Lamp Fep acemenl lnterva Becornmended n lhoLrsands ol hoLrrs
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TWO WAY LUNIINAIRL
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APPL CAT

ILLUN/I NATION CRITERIA


SOURCE
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E.S. AND A.A.S.H,T.O.


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0.20 FooToANDLES
W
BATO
Tl AVERAGE TO l,/llNlVlU["4
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400 DX l\r1.V.
250 CLR N4.H .
150 CLR H.P.S.
21,500
19500
16,000
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.67
.14
14,400
13,000
11,840
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15.7
4.5
16.0
45'
45'
45'
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46'
45'
43'
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E CL.15 TWIN 150 CLR UNA LU X 12,000 .72 8,640 12.O
CL-15 TWIN 175 CLR M,H. 12,000 .67 B,000 6.0 35', 36',
G
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CL-l5 TWIN
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PFOJECI ENV RONIVENT HIGH SPEED ROADWAY


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Vi TH AVEFAGE IO
l',./tA NTA NED LLUM NAT

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(TYPICAL RECOIVIIVENDATION)
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0.50 FOOTCANDLES

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LOCATE F RST LUIV NA FE ON TEI''/PLATE AND FOLTO!'1i SELECTED


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RECON/N/IENDED EQUIPN,4ENT AND OPERATING DATA

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l B CL,2O TWIN 400 cLR ft,l.H.* 40,000 .61 2 6,8 00 11.0 39', 41'

c cL-20 TWrN 360 CLR UNALU X 36,000 7t 25 9oO 12.O 40'

D cL-l5 TWIN 250 CLR H.P.S. 30,000 71 2 3.l OO 15.0 39', 38',

E CL.2O TWIN 400 DX l\4.v. 21,5tn .6'7 14,400 15.1 30' 29'
CL.15 TWIN 250 CLR M.H. 19,500 .67 13.OOO 4.5 30' 2a'
G CL,I5 TWIN 150 CLR H.P.S. 16,000 74 11.840 16.0 25' 21',

H CL-15 TWIN 175 CLR lvl.H .


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I ALAaAMA, BIRMINGHAM 35222 . c6ne Johnson and Associatos, 3626 5lh Avenue Soulh. Phon6 (205) 595'3784
ALASKA See Ssanb washinglon
AFIZONA, PHOENIX 8500a . John Alln War and Assocrals. 3204 E Willla Phon (602)273 7309
ABKANSAS, NOBTH LITTLE ROCK 7416 ' Thornlon Sal6s 496ncy 1200 S v6Mood Trail Phon6 (s01) 758-3488
CALIFOFNTA, LOS ANGELES . Pr6scolile, 12631 Easl lmpff al Highway, SLr l 119C Sanla F Springs. Ca iorn a 90670 Phon (213) 868'3733
CALIFORNIA, SACFAMENTO 95825 . Lighl ng Sysloms, lnc (John Morrow), 1514 How6 Av. Phone (916)929-0441
CALIFOANIA. SAI{ OIEGO 92121 . John AIlsn Wars & Assoc 10471 Eosell Slrst Phone (714) 275 0200
CALIFOANIA,SAt{FBANC|SCO94l0T.LghlinSSystms.nc 460 Townsend Skel:P O aox 26470 (zipcod 94126) Phons (415) 495'0222
COLORAOO, DENVEF 80204 . Donald Congdon 650 Bryanl Stret. Phon (303)629-0735
CONNECTICUT, MEAIDEN 06450 . MacFa Patton lnc 28 Grave St P O Box 2175 Phon (203) 238 1965
DELAWABE-Se Phl ads phia
FLORIOA, CYPRESS 32432 ' SESCO (Fred B!gg). PO. Box 100 Phon (m4) 592-5741
FLOBIOA, HIALEAH 33010 . SESCO (John Fobeds Don Savag6) 2200 8lh Ave Wesl Phone (305)885-6526
FLOFIOA, JACKSONVILLE 32211 . SESCO (MLrtray Graham) 3726 l-lerm lag Aoad East P O 8or 8771 Phon (904) 724-4907
FLOFIoA, N. PALM AEACH 33408 . SESCO (Bob Bransorne .lrry Grub0. 1r611 La.drng P ac Phon {305) 622-2071
FLOBIOA, TAMPA 33607 . SESCO (Craig Peylof, Jirn Scho z), 505 N Rorne Phon6 (813) 253'0601
FLORIOA, WINTEA PARK 32789 . SESCO (M ke Sega ) 324 Jameslow. Driv Phon (305) 671 4433
GEOFGIA, ATLANTA 30318 . Char es L Woodyard & Assoc ales 692 Tnth Str66r, N.W Phone (404) 874-1663
HAW ll, HOI|OLULU 9814 . Joo L u & Assocrales. lnc 1210 Alahi St , Su t 232 Phone (808) 531-8155
lLLlNOlS, CHICAGO . Mdw6slLShlrngSyslmsrnc 589N York Roa4 E mhlrsl. lncts60126 Phone (312)5301776
lLLlNOlS, PEORIA 61602 . K 6 n L Shl ng Co 423 Fnsl Nat ona 8a.k Bldq Phone (309) 76 2389
INDIANA, INDIANAPOLIS 46201 . Warble-Purdu & Ass6 al6s, lnc 2520 East 12th Sl Phon6 (317) 532.1465
IOWA, CEOAR FAPIOS 52403 . L ghling Assoc ates ol lowa (A.n6 Oja). a087 F ckory Hrll Lan, S.E Phone (319) 364-5317
IOWA, BETTENOOBF 52722 . Lighnng Associales ol lowa (Me Lamb6rl) 1306 Hrllsrde Dr ve Phon (3i9) 359 1707
IOWA,DESMOiNES50322.LghrnqPsociarosolowa(JohnP.Higgins),7204PrareAvs.Phon6(51s)276-5041
KENTUCKY, LOUISVILLE 40?18. Lawson Biiligus Agency 4322 Bishop Lane. Su te 5 Phone (502) 451-3304
LOUISIANA, AATON FOUGE 70816 . ZmmrmanSalsCo (B Zimmrman) 11762 C S Ha el sFerryBoad Phon (504)293 1593
MAINE, SOUTH PORTLAND 0410 . MacRa-Charon lnc. (Don Srock 6ss) 104 H rrsrdo Av Phon (207) 799-60s0
MAFYLAND. BALTIMORE 21218 . Commrcia Lrghl ng Sales. nc , 2619 MaryLand Avnue Phone (301) 3661622
MASSACHUSETTS,aOSTON.MacRaeLShIingSasCo.270EaslManSl.AvonMass02322Phon6(617)9637100
MICHIGAN, OETROIT . Dorton A Waterman Assoc lnc 4120 W Maple Fd , Surt 101, Birm ngham Mrch 44010 Phone (313) 626.3s24
iIINNESOTA. ST. PAUL 55114 . Th6 V6ga Company (Ed Voss), 2640 T6rrilo. al Foad Phon6 (612) 646.2634
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MISSOURI, KANSAS CITY 64109 . EaSan Thorsr Assoc ales. 901 Easl 31st Sl/66t Phon (816) 531 2544
MISSOUFI, Sr LOUIS . J. W Vo m6r Co . lnc . 7004 Nonh Han ey Haerwood. Mo 63042 Phone (314) 524 2331
NEBFASKA, OMAHA 68106 t M na!or Assoc,ats. Inc . 5024 Leavnworlh Slreel Phone (.102) 558 4812
NEW HAMPSHTRE, MANCHESTER 03103 . MacBae Charron lnc (JosephA Charron) RFD-3 George Ave.. Gren,6.lndustr a Vlage Phone (603)624 4827 622.8118
NEW JERSEY, SPRINGFTELD 0701 . Sh!lrnan-Pnnce Assoc 110 H slde Ave. Phone (201)376-7421
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NEWYOFK,NEWYORK10017.I-l&VEleclrcSaes&Servce.nc.405LexngtoiAvPhone(212)682-2782
NEW YORK, SYFACUSE 13211 . Up Slale LrShl nS Frxllr Sales. nc . 110 Town L n Road Phone 13r5) 455 5821
NOBTH CAROLIIIA, CHARLOTTE 28210 . W l-1. Lassiter Sates Co ,lnc PO Box 15473 Phone (704)523,2736
NOATH CAFOLINA, GREENSBORO 27410 . w F LassterSaesCo. nc. (F R (Bubba)To son. Jr ) 2203 Red Fo.est Road Phone (919)288 5444
OlllO, Cli,lclNNATl . Boof'Boecroft & Assoc (Fon Holm6s) 914 S!ng ow Drive Vila Fills. Kentucky 41016 Phone (513) 341 9359
OHIO, CLEVELANO 44115 . Carn No.ton Co. 1303 Prospcl Aveiue Phone (216) 696'1044
Orllo, COLUMAUS 43215 t Fool Beecroit & Assoc (Bob1 Harvey) 1030 Dlb in Fd Rm 00r Phone (614) 228-4185
OHIO, DAYTON 45414 . Rool Becrofi & Assoc . r760 Needmore Road. Su te 5 Phone (513) 274-2183r84
OKLAHOMA, Ol(LAHOMA CITY 73102 . W lson Perkins Company 519 Nonh Wesl N nlh Slr6t. Phone (405) 232.24i 7
OREGON, POFTLAND 97217 . Donaid S Gleason & Assm atss (Clyd6 Dodd) 628 Norlh Fussetl Streel Phone (503) 285 3271 Ans Sorv ce 1503) 234-0281
PENNSYLVANIA, MECHANICSBURG 17055 . Trio & Kyack Corp. (Chas Slansbury) 408 Rser|c r Bd Phone (717) 766 4013
PENNSYLVANIA, PHILADELPHIA 19122 . Tno & Kyack Co.p (Paul F Kyacl<). i237 N 4lh Sl Phon (215) 763 4200
PENNSYLVANIA, PITTSBUFGH . Nussbalm Folh nc 100 Wesl Ma Plaza, Carng e Pa. 1sl06 Phons {412)923'1153
PENNSYLVANIA, POTTSVILLE 17901 ' Tro & Kyack Corp (Robl. Wachl6r), 100 P ne St Bd #r Wood and Acrs Phone (7r7)628 2s58
PUEATO AICO t Koncla r Eieclnca Agonc es lnc (Arl Sllchbury), 714 Old Country Boad, wslbury. New York. r1590 Phone (516) 333.7373
SOUTHCAFOLINA.W H Lass16.Sa6sCo lnc (OdelM Shieds) PO Box1236 Monroe NonhCaro na28110. Phone (704)289 1057
TENNESSEE. KNOXVILLE 37917 ' ra ror, Sd.es Aq .) B qooe-: .609 Non. qdado pr p o e 16 i \.4 256?
TENNESSEE, MEMPHIS 38117 . Faclo.y Saes ASency (Geo Paiterson). 376 Prkins Exlended. Boom 103 Phone (901) 767-5530
TENNESSEE, NASHVILLE 3722 . Factory Sa es Agency (Foward Fisher) mg lElh Aven!e. Soulh Plrone 1615) 327-9051
TEXAS, DALLAS 75219 . Spes Samlels & Assocal6s. 3719 Ha St Phone (214) 521'5311
TEXAS, HOUSTON 77036 . Pltlerman. Scharck & Asso als. 5404 Ashbrook Phone (713) 664 7111
TEXAS, SANANTOIIIO. Caldwll Slrarp,Cassdy,lnc.2036Easirnan New Brauilels, Texas 78130 Phone (512)625-9622
UTAH, SALT LAKE CITY 84104 . J F Chflstensen & Associates 851 Wesl lTth So!th Phone (801) ,186,0031
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VlRGlNlA, NOFFOLK . W.H Lassiis Sales Co lnc {Fonald Whllehead) 120 Yaqu St.VrgnaBeaclr Va 23462 Phon (804) 497 1879
WASH., SEATTLE 98105 r Donad S Gleason & Assoc (D S Gason Fay Adam). W lsonian Apl Hot|. Foom 115.4710 tlnrv Way N E Phone (206)525 51s1
WASH., SPOKAN E 99203 . OonadS Geason&Assoc. (DonF G eason), Wesl 32 Th ilythlrd Ave Phofe (509) 747 4151
WESTVIRGINIA, HUIITINGTON 25713 . Lilly Electrica Saes&Engne6rng P.O Box1089 1101 Eighth Ave Phone (304)523 34.11
WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE . Lewllyn Lghliis Sa6s Co 2544 Swan Bvd.. Wauwalosa 53226 Pnone (414)475-5599
EXPOAT REPRESENT TIVE . K6nc aTTe Elcrr cal Agencies. nc. (Arr Sruchbury) Tl4 O d Counrry Road. Wsrb!ry New York ll590. Phone (516) 333-7373
. KencalreEectrca Agencies, nc. (Fernaido Parces), P O. Box 1376 HaloFey PuedoRco00919 Phon (809)783 0943
CANADIAN REPRESENTATIVES
EASTERN CANADA
ONTARIO, TOFONTO M4P|P1 . w L B ack. 562 Eg nlon Ave Easl Suile 308 Phone (416) 484-9768
OUEBEC, MONTBEAL H4T1A5 . LAbbe Assoc. nc 7740 Trans Canada l-r qhway (514) 731 6494
ATLANTIC PAOVINCES
NOVA SCOTIA, HALIFAX B3L2W3 . LAbbe Assoc als. fc.2973 Oxlord Sl. Phone (902) 455 2109
WESTEBN CANAoA . ASSOCIATED LIGHTING SERVICES LTO.
BBITISH COLUMBIA, VANCOUvER VOA1M4 . 872 Cordova East. Phone (6C4)253.4161
ALBEBTA, EOMONTON T5J186 . +r11 10221 104 St Phone (403) 429 6520
ALBEBTA, CALGARY T2R 0C8 . 534-111h Aven!e S W Phone (403) 265 7550
MANITOBA, WINNIPEG B3B1R4 . #4 453 Notro Dame Ave Phone (204)9571580 9571625

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lLLrNOlS, CHICAGO AREA 1951 LandmrFd EkGrovsVilaoe6000TPhone(312)4396180
OHIO, CLEVELANo 44115 . Cam Norlon Co., 1303 Prospsct Ave.!e Phon (2r6) 696-1044

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Arkansas Factory: Presco ile Dr and lnduslria Rd. . E Dorado. Arkansas 71730 . Phone (501)862-8181
Eastern Region SalesOffice: 45SOakdaleAve..Hatboro,Pennsyvanial9040.Phone(215)672-3200
lllinois Ollice and Warehouse: 1951 Landmeier Rd., Elk Grove V laqe 60007 . Phone (312) 439-6180
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