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RECESSED FLUORESCENT LIGHTING lndex
No.
Cat. Page Cat. No. Pag e Cat. No. Page
Contents
10952 12 61674 24 68572 14
Energy Ellectiveness in Lighting 24t2At3Al4A 61676 24 6€572.U7 14
'10953 68s72-U8 14
A gu de to the selection of lght ng systems. Pages 2-7 12 61692
24t28138/44 61694
24
24 68573 12
Application Data Page 7 10954 12 61696 24 68573.uH 12
24t24138t48
61823 24 68573 UJ 12
10955 20t24 61825 24 68573.UW 12
28t38t48 61873 24 68574 12
10958 24128 61875 24 68574.UH 12
38/48 61893 24 68574.UJ 12
10959 20124
28138148 61895 24 68574.UW 12
64421 2A 68591 14
10960 24128 64471 28 68591.U7 14
38/48 64491 28 68591.U8 14
10962 20t24 64525 28 68592 14
3B/48
10963 20t24 64555 28 68592.U7 14
28 64565 28 68592-U8 14
HVP Pages 8-15 90+ Pages 1 6-21
10964
64575
24128 64595
28 68593
68593.UH
12
12
Parabolic louver Lum na re* Parabol c Louver Lumina re" 10971 32 64621 28 68593.UJ 12
10972 32
10979 20124 64623 28 68593.UW 12
28 64625 28 68594 12
64651 68594.UH 12
10987 20124 64653 28 68594.UJ 12
10988
'11400 42
12 64655 28 68594.UW 12

11500 42 64661 68633 20


11528 34 64663 68635 20
64665 28 68637 2A
11535 34 64671 28 68673 2A
11538 34 64673 68675 20
11600 42
11602 42 64675 28 68677 20
16300 32 64691 28 68693 20

Ventilume I Ventilume ll 64693 28 68695 20


Pages 22-25 Pages 26-29 16305 32 64695 28 68697 2A
Lens Contro Luminarre* Parabol c lorver I Lrminarre* 16312 32 68431 20 68833 20
16315 32
16316 32 68433 20 68835 20
16317 68471 2Q 68873
68473 20 68875 20
16325 68491 87 422 3B
16326 32 68493 20 87 472 38
16405
32 68511 14 87 492 38
16415 32 68512 14 87s26 38
68513 12 87556
16416 68514 12 87576
'16417 32 68531 14 87596 3B
16425
'16426 68531.U7 14 87624 38
61422 68531.U8 14 87626 38
68532 14 87654 38
Sky-Liqht Pages 30-33 Round Dome Pages 34-35 6'1472
61492
24
24
68s32.U7
68532.U8
14
14
87656
8767 4
3B
38
D ftusing Lum na re Ditfus nq Lum na re 61526 24
61556 24 68533 12 87676
61566 2A 68533.U H 12 87694 38
68533.UJ 12 87696 38
61576 68533.UW 12 87423 38
61596 24 68534 12 87425
6't622 24
61624 24 68534.UH 12 a7873 38
61626 24 68534.UJ 12 87875
68s34.UW 12 87893 38
61652 24 68541 14 8789s 38
61654 24 68542 14
61656 24
61662 24 68543
61664 24 68544 12
68571 14
61666 24 68571'U7 14
Mark "7" Troller Pages 36-39 Grid/3 Lytetroller 61672 24 68571.u8 14
Lens Control Luminarre Pages 40-43
Le ns Control Luminaires

*Air Handling and Basic Data


Heat Extraction Data Footcandle
Calculation Page 48
Pages 44-47
Accessories Page 48
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ENERGY EFFECTIVENESS IN LIGHTING
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Th s App ication Guide is
concerned with the lighting of
off ices, ibraries, classrooms and
sim lar places where people
often work long hours on
difficult visua tasks. lt deals not
just with the q uantity of lght, but
with the quality of that light, its
freedom from glare and its
directiona characteristics

ght ng must be related to our HOW MUCH LIGHT?: GATE f !.


intended activ ties and our v sual The amount of light we need
tasks: t must enable us to see depends on a number oI
better. Those lig htlng systems factors. How difficult s the task?
which utilize energy most
effectively to he p us see better
can be termed energy
H ig her energy costs have
effective' light ng systems.
sharpe ned our interest in
energy effective lig hting In choosing a light ng system, it
systems-systems wh ch is usefu to conslder the severa
provide good lig hting yet criter a as a series of gates That
requ re low energy input We are s, we se ect first according to
em phasizing lght sources whic h one criter on, then evaluate
produce more light per watt and those which are adm tted
pay ng more attention to through this 'gate" according to
lu mina re efficiency. The true a second criterion, and those
measure of a system, however, adm tted here according to a
is not how much ight is third, and so on. This provdes a
provrded for a given energy simp er and more reliab e
input. but rather how effective method than attemptlng to
the light is for a g ven energy consider a the cr ter a '. c or" .l ,? ,pa^O - Li , .

lnput. The eflect veness of the sirn u lta n eo usly.


How good are our eyes? What
standards of speed and
accu racy (productivityJ do we
1--> set? An energy conscious era
.a-__> has come to quest on certarn
-:,- ":- '
'recom mended " levels of
:- ---- illumination as being
u nnecessarily h igh, but the
f u ndamentals whic h emerge
f rom the controversy about
numbers rema n clear:
(1J We requ re very much more
light to perform certain vrsual
al-

tasks than we need for othersl li ii:nes as much light to see as PREVENTING GLIIRE: GATE +2
s essentially a matter of the r're, as the averaqe 2a year o d?
G are is br ghtiress (most often
contrast between the details and 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80YRS f rom the luminaires themselves)
the background the better the
which creates annoyance and
contrast, the ess ght we need
discomfort. lt can afiect almost
Thus, a poor photocopy that is
everyone in an of{rce, especially
shades of gray rather than black
a large office, whether they are
on white, or a pr nted page in
working on difi cult visual tasks
wh ch the type is washed out by
vei ng ref ectjons may req u re or not. Glare also causes
fatigue, stress and loss of
10 or even 100 t mes as much prod uctivity because the
light for the same speed and
overbearing brightness wi I
acc u racy of visron.
cause the occupants to make
constant iris adaptations rn the
course of looking up (when the
brig htness comes into view) and
ook ng down again at the iower
brightness of the task. This
l\4ore i ght is needed as we grow oldei.
constant adaptation process
contr brutes to fat gue and
The cholce of a partlcular Ieve because the adaptation rs not
ot luminat on will depend not instantaneous, there s a Ioss of
only on the factors described visibility and prod uctivity every
above, but increasing y on the time it occu rs.
e-ergy codes and 9., deri- es
promulgated by the Federal and Drscomfort from glare s not
State Gove rn ments. n always obr iou- lo lhe v ewer.
considering the alternative The eye may adapt to adverse
iighting schemes to ach eve th s circu mstances without overt
level, we will natural y be looking ndicat ons, but wlth losses
lncreased contrast requ res less ight. nonetheless.
'21 for those lum naires which have
Sore tas\s give -s cl-es the highest Coefficient of ln recent years, the evaluat on of
dJe ro l*ei'conle'(l w*e'eas Utllizatlon [C U ] I that is those dlrect glare in terms of Vrsua
others do not. In reading we do which deliver the h ghest Com{ort Probability (VCP) has
not have to see every word proport on of their lamps'output become w dely accepted. The
cleary to get the meanlngr but jn to the working plane As we VCP s the probabllity that a
wo rking with numbers, a sfrall see ater, however, the C U person seated ln the commonly
mrstake in read ng a 3" for an 'elates only 'o iAe oud'll l) o' found worst position n a TooTn
''B ' can be crit cal and cost y. light and tel s nothing about the [at the center rear) wil find the
q uality of that jcrht degree of g are from the lighting

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qp d r g luTbare S, cr lica'IoS\.
(3) O der peop e requ re far
more ght The average person
over 50 needs more than 10 Glare if the lield ol view causes discomfort.

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Vei ing reflect ons are reflections


of the light source in the task
that red uce contrast between
the detail and the background
and thus lmpose a 'veil" as an
obstacle to our vision.
We know that a printed page, a
photocopy, and particu larly
pencil handwritrng, can become
mpossible to read when g are
f rom a light source is rel ected
from thern at certain angles.
Good contrast between the
Lool, ng uo and.lo/, r rau5p5 onstant eye adaptatioll to varyinq br ghtnessos black print and the whrte paper
is lost because the prjnt is
reflect ng an image of a br ght
just acceptable and is based on possibi ty of a severe glare white light The image s white,
so the pr nt appears a most
the measu red reactions of effect. n sma I private offices, on
hundreds of peo p e. the other hand, the iu mina res white instead of black, good
can be. placed so that their contrast is lost and we can not
A new computer p rog rarn read. We are very m uch aware
co'r- pLles VCP 'o' pos t.o1s brig htness is much ess
of ve ing reflections ooking at
throughaut a room. The average not ceab e at normal angles of 'g lossy' paper and we
of these values ndicates the view and, therefore, ess likely to
be a glare source lnstinctively move the page or
probabi ity of an even y ou heads to avo d lhis e'fect
distributed room popu lation but the same vei " occurs on
fee nq no qlare as a qroup. Ln 'matte paper and is more
other words, the average of the
VCP vaLues throughout a room
ns dious because rt is not
always apparent to the untrained
0
rates the whole room ralner eye
than just the commonly found
worst pos tion The oss of contrast due to
veiling rel ections results in
A qual ty 2'x4' Lens luminarre much ower v s brlity and rs very
installation has an average VCP costly in terms of the amount of
of about 75 s gnify ng that additlonal illum nat on required
probab y 75% would f ind t to compensate for th s loss. ln
comfortab e and 25% would f ind fact, it is known that for each 1%
the g lare uncomfortabJe. Thus, oss of contrast, an ncTease of
roughly one quarter oJ a the 10% to 15% in illum natlon is
occupants wou d be Likely to feel atti\.,..r.i
. rir r;tir e5 -iltcr! '.'a9 o' .',a-:l
!.'.s I Iil requ red to achieve equal visua
some d scomfort due to the performancel Or, to put t
glare from the umina res another way we can see equaLy
Should we accept a system we wrth m uch less lig ht lJ velling
which produces this amount of reflectio ns are well controlled
d isco rnf ort? We wouid not and contrast is properly
tolerate it from other interior rendered.
systems, such as air It s now poss ble to evaluate the
condition ng. Why, then, accept way rn wh ch ghting systems
it with lightlng, especially since t affect task v s b lty itsel{, rather
is possible to obtain lighting w th than merely cons derrng the
VCP rat ngs we I in excess of evel of illumination.
90?
We do th s by using a criterion
-he cocs,deral on of g a'e s
whlch lncludes both q uantity
particularly lmportant in arqe Co]lr J !rie r VCP sloxs:i!e':rgercr rr.in! and quality and which s cal ed
open spaces where the f eld of ilc:r t:ct:. Equ valent Sphere I urnination
view inc udes a large number of (ESLI.
umrnaires, giving r se to the
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crosswlse, it is best to compare


minimum and average values
'or eac- viewi^g di'ecrio^ as
well as the m nimum and
average va ues for a viewtng
d ireotio ns combined.

RELAT[V€ EF{ERGY
EFFECTI VEN E5S
To compare the task lightjng
component o{ lig hting systems
on the bas s of their relative
energy effectiveness, it s helpJul
to compare the average and
minimum ESI per watt per
square foot. This figure of merit
relates watts per square foot
No ve I ng lcf cct ons. Ve fg rellecllons d irectly to task visibility.
A computer analysis* of many
Jootcandles in th is lighting light ng systems n a large room
situatio n might be anywhere shows that lu m inaire ght
from, say 45 to 250, depending dislribution s important for good
on the amount of veiling energy effectiveness. lt
reflections on the task. The demonstrates first, that lig ht
better the q uaLity of 1ig ht, the em tted n the 600-900 70^e
Jewer "Taw" footcandles will be causes glare and second, that a
required in order to produce the high proport on of light emitted
5O ESI footcandles. n the 30o 60o zone improves
ESL fc per watt per square foot
ESI can be predicted using a
wLthout causing g are9 The f rst
computer program and data
statement hardly needs
describinq the ghting layout,
the d imensions and reflectances confirmation since we are
Head rnovcment does not a [/ays avo]d o' rhe oom ltse characleristics fam jar wlth glare caused by
ve ing reflections near horizontal rays The
of the task and the candlepower
distribution of the lum naire The second statement is
Sphere llLuminat on refers to the u nd e rstan da ble f we remember
quality oI lght obta ned at the computer predict on g ves
values ln {our viewing directionst that most task v ewing is done at
center o1 an even y illumrnated about 25o fronn the vertical, and
sphere. lt can be defined as two lengthwise and two
c'.osswise al up to 400 localio-s that therefore, incident lig ht
ight which talls on a surtace falling on the task at 25o from
equally'ror dl d.recl o^s. lr .s a Because there ls often a wide
drrect y in f ront of the viewer wi
g ood criterion for quality variallon {rom one locat on to I

a nothe r and because some


show reflcctio^s o'ltse lJ'r.na re
because it can be reproduced in
an integ rat ng sphere. lig hting systems show higher
va ues v ewing para le to the 'acmpul-ar anallsts ol ltg tnll !a'laul:; !a;

f ie footcandle level of sphere a,tarlab!-. In)n L]ehlalE. an reqLt-Dsl lroan


Lu m ina ires than looking our saies ret,'esarllnl/ves
lighting provides a criter on for
bolh quantity ard quality.
The Fqui valenl Sphere
llumination is the leve of
Sphere llluminatlon requ red to
provrde task v sibility equivalent
to the v sibility of the same task
n an actua lighting situation.
ln an actual light ng situatlon, 50
ESI footcandles would ind cate
that a visual task would have the
same vrs brlity as f lt were
il umlnated in a sphere at 50
f ootcandles. The "raw"

lnanclfce.50ES fc piov des thc same tesk v s b ty as 50 iccf sDhere illlminatlon

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the total, an increase in
producltivity of even 2% due to
better ghting will save 1 .6% of
the tota ofl ce costs and wi i
more than pay for the 5% ext"a
cost for the mproved quaiity! As
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the actual increases measu red
tr have been considerably g reater
z than this, it seems clear that
good quality lghting in offices
cdn be cosl lrst freo o^ the basis
of increased prod uctivity.
o SUMMARY
ln select ng a lighting system
that is energy effecttve we must
Llght in 30 is energy effecttve.
choose one that uses energy
-60'zone effectively to help us see better
in the task. These ve ng changed at the same time as the This means obtaining a system
ref ections reduce task visibi ty lighting:the iayout, the furn ture, with high lum najre efficiency
and therefore the ESL leve falls the colo rs, human motivations. and one that a so prevents g are
HoweveT, by reducing the light and controls ve ltng reflections
emiss ons at ang es near 25a
But ncreas ng skills in But in larger spaces, these
(0o 30o zone) and ncreasrng conduct ng such f eld
expe riments have led to
factors often work against each
the lght ernissions at the large scientrf ic reports of productivity other, e.g , rt is possib e to
ang es [30" 60o zone ), the ncreases, rangrng from 3% to control veiling ref ect ons by
veilrng ref lect ons seen at the 13% in one group of ten utilizing lots of ight in the near
25" ve ling angle can be nsta latio n s 3 Conversely two hor zontal zones, but these are
reduced, caus ng an increase of the very zones that prod uce
other studies showed that
the ESI leve glare.
.
ower ng the general illumination
Therefore, rn a large room we reduced output by 12% in one Thus, for large open spaces
shou ld use uminaires which case and 13.5% in another and where vrrtually everyone can be
have a very small proportion of that when the ghting was made Lrncomf ortable d ue to
their output in the 6Oo-9Oo relurned to its or g nal leve ,
glare it makes sense to app y
f glare) zone. a rrgl'p.oporrion product v ty was also restoredl the glare (VCPI criterion before
n the 30o 60o (benelicial) zone considering vei ng ref lections
What s the cost of obtaining
and a ow proportion in the such benefits? lt can be shown (ES fcl. Our performance
O" 30o (vei ng reflection) zone that the extra cost of h gh quality specrficatton could set down a
ln sma I private offices, however, lighting adds about 0.5% to the min mum value for Coefficient of
it is often possib e to prevent overall annual own ng and Utilization first, VCP next with
vei rng ref ectrons by locating operat ng costs for an office.s the m n mum and average ESI
lurnina re so that their reflection t'or rhe p'opo ion o'l-nenr in
is not seen n the task Th s Sincs pa'ra.-al cosls lsd d'ies each 3Oo zone) as the th rd
genera ly means locat ng thern and wagesJ represent B0% of c rite rio n .

at e ther s de of, or beh nd the


desk but not n front of the desk
In this situatron, the uminaire
distribution s not espec ally
important

COST/ BENEFIT AI{ALYSIS


The econorrrc ou.pose n oe tg
able ro see belle., ol cou.se, s
ncreased oroduct,vt y How is
lighting re ated to productivity? lt
ls difficult to measure this
relationship outside the
laboratory because in real fe so
many other th ngs are generally Average cost of liqht ng ls 0 6:,. of tota oflice costs.

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And, for the vast variety oJ non-
cr trcal, non-worklng spaces,
other criteria such as style may
well govern. Hence, the broad
((e range of cholces in this brochure.
APPLICATION DATA
To assist in the se ection of an
optimum lig hting scheme, the
photometr c data in this
broch u re have been augmented
to include two new {eatures:
(1) Perf armance specif ications
in terms of C.U., Efliciency,
n axiru'n average origl-lness rn
the glare zone, VCP and the
distrrbution of luminaire light flux
the proportlon of umens rn the
0o 30o, 30o 600 and 600-900zones.
(2) Point bv point footcandle
values obtained from a stng e
lumina re. These are to facilitate
the design of non-uniform laYouts
lor those situations whlch Permit
task-oriented, rather than general
overall lighting. and thus aid In
sav ng ene rg y. Experiments have shown that (3) Watts per square foot.
the lootcandle values relative to I put wattdToi-ballEstlarn p total
n :

The initial Iootcand le vaiues the luminaire are almost 52 watts for I 40W
u nder an individuaL luminaire constant for all luminatre 92 watts f or 2 40W
are given for points located on a locat'ons with.n lhe'oom Ihis s 75 watts for 2-30W
2' x 2' grid as shown below. The because the lootcandle For input watts to luminaire, add
values are the same ior the three contribution lrom the Jour walls ballast/Lamp inputs (for example,
other q uad rants around the balance out for various Locat ons 3 4OW Luminaire equals 52+92).
lri m ina ire For watts per square toot, divlde
of a luminaire within such a
03 ruminaiTe input by sqra"e reet
sm all room .

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The values in bold type are for per Lumlnaire.
2.3
a Luminaire in the middle of a REFERENCE NOTES!
7.4 large room where there is no I FL NlcNe s JFand
Henderson
1a f ootcandle contribution from the W ams
A SLrrvey and Ana ys s ol
lr lmportant Vlsual Tasks in OfJ ces Part 2
30
walls because they are too far Ltghttng Design & Appircatiot Vo 5. No
3J away. Thus, the effective reflec l0 New York Oclober 1975
tances are 80% ceiling, 0% walls 2 ElJect ve Seerng rn an Era ol Energy
.ll ll, 11 ll Conservation llluminaltnq Lngtneenng
'l(, and 2OY. 'loo'(Cerl'ng hr 81-'l Besearch lnslilrle New York I972
Two values are shown for The f ootcand le values shown 3 LoeJ C Product v ly as a Faclor n
each location, one in Light tyPe may be used to determine the L qhhnq /rlelnaronal Liohting Bevet\/
and one in bold type. The values Vol XXI No I Amslerdam Nelherlands
footcandle level at specific points I 971
in light type are Ior a luminaire under a group of luminatres 4 Stud es Show L ghirng Al1ec1s
located as shown below in a This rs done by superimPosing ProdLrct vrty Eleclataal Warld ll)e\\'latk
,Jrine l 5 197l
small roorn (12' x 1 4' x 8/z') the grids Jor aLl Luminaire
with ref lectances of B0% ceiling 5 Oif ce L qht nq Cosl ol L Qhl Studres
,
locatrons and adding uP the LighlalEr lncarporaled Jersey C1y NJ
50% walls and 20% Iloor. contribution lrom each r975
luminaLre at each pornt 6 lb d

The values were 7 L qhl and V sron Sect on 3 ES


Llcthl nq Handbook tth Edrtion
F
calculated at the usuaL work lllumnaling Enqineentg Socr?ly New
plane height oI 30", using the York I972
U F orence N S Corrpalson of the
Lurnen ll computer Program Energy EfJecl veness of Ofllce L ght ng
wlth luminaire photometric inPUt systems :paper presenled at the Annua
f rom an independent testing
Conlerence of the lum nattng
'q .. q .o ,., ..6lo o O r"
laboratory. August 29 September 2 I976

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HVP PARABOLIC LOUVER LUMINAIRE (Air Handling)
The HVP luminaire assures High
Visual Performance throug h
excel ent control of glare and
also through the control of
vei ing reflectrons Thus, HVP is
rdea for energy-effect ve GLARE ZONE GLARE ZONE
lig htinE systems those which
yield the most effective ghting
for the least expend ture of
energy.
The contro of glare and
ve ling reflect ons rs achieved by RE FLECTION
a special lumina re ght ZON E
distr but on pattern. S nce
horizontal or near horizontal
I g ht rays (60o to 90" from
vertica J cause glare, and vertical
or near vertica light rays (0o to
3Oo f"o-r ve rical ca-se veil ng BEDUCED MAINTENANCE A MORE PRODUCTIVE
ref Lect ons, lum naire lig ht COSTS ENVIRONMENT
em ss on n these zones shou d Parabolc Jouver u m ina ires have Th us, HVP meets severaL
be reduced (see pages 5 6). The virtually no horizonta su rfaces, important requirements for large
HVP is des gned to concentrate the reflecting su daces rncline open work spaces: it fac iitates
light rays n the 3Oo 600 zone beyond the vertrcal so that dust h gh visua performance by
where the light output wlll does not settle on them. ln a test ass u ring vis ua I comf ort,
provide maxlmum v s bi ty n an actual nstal atlon t was freedom from glare and contro
This prec se light d stribution found that after 42 months the of ve ing reflectons thas
pattern s ach eved by us ng lig ht Loss d ue to dust aco u st cal c ha racte ristlc s that
caref ully deslgned parabo c accu'.1- dtron was o^ / a 5"" can contribute apprec ab y to
reflectors and ouver b aoes In the 'Lighting Systems speech privacyt and it can
made of sem -specular anodized Study ' f or the General Services supply or return air as requrred
a'-TTr^-r re'ecto's.leel l' s Adm nrstrationl, it is {or coo rng heating and
materia w ll not crack break or recommended that paraboljc venti ation. lt can therefore serve
d scolor and has an louve r luminaires be cleaned as an essentia part n creating a
exceptionally ha rd sc ratc h only when re amp ng s required more prod uctive and more
res stant surface The semi- (every 7.5 to B yearsJ versus p easant working environ ment
specular f nish prov des a gent e every two years for ens CHOICE OF LUMINAIRES
uminosity, on y s lghtly brighter lum naires. Dust can be c eaned A cho ce of ow-br ghtness HVP
than that of the surrounding ofJ with a dry cloth, since lum naires is ava lablel
ce ling aluminum does not buid up an
Sr^ce lVD p'ov des better elecrrostat c charge. This 'srav lndividual 2-40W Luminaire.
v s bility, it w lln a number of clean ' property of HVP
Pages 10-13 t'
s tuations perm t the use of lu m inaires yields substantia Paired 2-40W Luminaires.
f ewer lu m inalres and fewer
l-
savings in maintenance costs Tandem-wired for one- or two
watts. ,ry th re aled Sa,/tngs i^ arr amp operation to provide multi
condit on ng. And n a most ACOUSTICS leve lghting. Pages 10 13
every case, th s low-brrghtness Parabolrc aluminum louver
system w ll create a less lndividual 'l -40W Luminaire.
lum na res such as HVP work With adlustable lig ht distribution
d stract ng quieter, more we n aiding speech o.ivacy in
agreeable amb e nce Pages 14 15.
open plan offices, since the
curved surfaces of the louvers Paired 1 -40W Luminaires.
tend to break up sound waves W ' "d.u-rablp rg^ros tb-tio^
until most of the sound s and tandem wrred to one 2-40W
a bso rbed or redirected. Flat
bal ast. Pages 14 15.
lensed lum na Tes on the other Matching su rface luminaires
I ranss:ifii larlrrr| "a !:arrln! 3i:lrlrs hand, tend to reJ ect sound available. See Surface F uorescent
5r ra, a....rl l.lir.s lrlrrrrriir.:rtriri
/!'a5fr nQr.,- ll il \ii.... 1')i. waves (see page 1 6J. B roch u re No. 43-B

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A precisely modular um najre. SUPPLY RETUBN
Sem i-spec u ar anodlzed s LUMINAIRE LUMINAIRE
alum num reJ ector and !
parabolic-shaped louver blades
are specialLy designed to assure
High Visual Performance
through control of glare and :
vei ng ref ections (see page 8).
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The 2 40W HVP prov des a o


VCP of 95, a mtntmum of 56 ESI
fc and an average of 87 ESI fc
[viewing engthwise)when 6
installed on 5'x 5'centers n a SPECIFICATION FEATURES SPECIFICATION FEATUHES
60' x 60' x B lt' room. D q.oPV^\.t cP a oN PERFOFIMANCE SPECIFICATION
A bLack reveal on two s des See be ow See be ow
conceaLs air slots wh ch can FEFLECTOR (1) Parabo ic shaped REFLECTOB (1) LOUVER BLADES
serve to supp y or return air or forrned of sem specu ar anod zed (2) SH ELD NG ASSEI',4BLY (3) and
a urninL"rm ref ector sheet LOUVER SAFETY l'v4OUNT NG LUGS (4) Same
remain inact ve BLADES (2) Parabol c shaped lormed as lor Supp y,/Belurn lum nalre A F
For multj-leve light ng paired ol semi specl] ar anod zed a um num RETURN V a s de arr s ols See page
tandem w red two lamp HVP rellector sheet SH ELDING 45 for performance data HEAT
luminaires can be swltched to ASS EIV]BLY (3) Supporled by EXTRACT ON iopt onall See page 45
one lamp o peration lndependent conceaLed h nges and snap action ior perlormance data BAL LASTS
latches opens lrom e ther sLde wLihout Fap d Start HPF theflna y protected
sw tchrng of top and bottom touching fn shed surlaces A R BV - r.oo,.
Lamps provides flexlb ty for PATTERN CO NTROL (4) Adlustalrle Side rnounted lor m nlmum height
chang ng lighting levels according .d op0.106 -or.o o o .o o or Quick-connect access p ale supp ed as l
I.
to task difficulty and durat on .ooJ SA L-.VOr\'\C C standard (see page 4BJ
and/or tirne of day This is achieved (5) 5.tl.go- a d or nopo on I

by wiring the toP lamPS together


J O od.r rlO ol O.orOl '-r a'o PAIB E D 2-4OW LU M INAIB ES lr:
!l
fast thread ad ustmenl screws perm t TANDEM WIRED ffi
on one c rcuit and the bottorn .e,l ." ad1. lrr' "ort 'u
lamps on another circu t
Because both lamps aTe over
the center of the louver one arnp
q.
lum na re Imount ng ]ugs not suppl^ ed
lor exposed gr d cei ingsl A B F TTING
(6) For air supp y or ducied ai. return
FOR MU LTI-LEVEL LIGHTING

Er'-f
0:
Tay be s"turl, nPo o[' Ailhodl so ' - iby othersl HEAT EXTRACT ON
iopt ona I See paqe 45 for a ^
r
ficlng the evenly ghted appear- perfonnance dala BALLASTS Fap d (r)
ance of the lu m in arre Slart HPF therma y protected Cass
Pre wlred conneclor plugs snap P CB[/]
cert 1ed by E T L Top- SPECIFICATION FEATUBES
P -rr
together in a w reway connect ng mounted for use wlth doLrble s ded a r -t OcV^\/'
PLa a-lON
1 tting See be ow
pa red um najres,thus e m nating A leatures same as lor 2 40W
Quick connecl access piate supplled as
all sp icing between lum nalres. standard (see page 48) SLrpp y,/Feturn and Return/ nactlve
For odd-numbered runs, an end urrr na res shown above excepl lor the
of run luminaire is ava able r]!il]]L..'Nl'l.iijr.i]l] lo owrng LA[i]PS Top larnps tandem
w red to one 2 .10W ba ast n one of lhe
pa red urn na res boltom lamps
PERFORMANCE SPTCIFICAIION t_ Oor' 60 OO 10Wbdr. i

7 x4 2-40W other um^ na re CONNECT NG


A CL A a (7) d . ber^Fo ,- r|' d|o
Both tamps 0n Top Lamp 0n Bottom Lamp 0n lor 5' um na re spac ngi houses pre
COIfFICIENT ()F UTITIZATION w red connector p]!gs and sockets for
Ref lectances, 80%, 50%, 20% '^o e o 6 o d-o'o or ,\ o
Room Cavity Ratio =
1
Not tess Tha n .63 .58 .67
ot two or more um na Tes
CONNECTORST nterconnect al bal asl
tFFICIENCY- Not Less Than 51 )'," 5 2.5:" 6l 6?: eads and supply leads no sp c ng
MAXIMUM AVERAGE BRICHTNISS
requ red except at starl ol run Quick
Lengthw se or Crosswisc connect access p ate lsupp red,l perm ls
ln the 55'90'Zone supply con nectLon withoul openlng
Not Mo.e Tha n 260 ft 90 fL 2lO IL um narre END OF RlJN LU l',4 NA RE
VCP (ai rear of room) One 1 40W ba ast wired to top amp.
Lengthwise'Crosswise one I 40W ba ast wired to botlom
(60'x 60 x 10 Room) amp. nc udes connectng w reway and
Not Less Tha n 95i95 99'100 98/ 96 pre w red connector p ug for l eld
TUMIIIAIRE I"IGHT TIUX ntercon nection.
0''30" Zone [ess Than 40?i 41% 29i'" lFor otirc'cenlers corrsLr t laclory
30' 60'Zone Greater Than
- 599t 70"1
60'-90' Zone- tess Ihan 1./"

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TANDEM HVP
2-40w HvP

T*4
OVERLAP TRIM
Concealed Spline or Plaster
LAY-IN TRIM
Exposed Grid

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FIT-IN TRIM
concealed Splife
or llletal

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Pan Icf
r'fti
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rll'1 +F/
END oF RUN I

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F\ 0PTI0NAL: (l) Heat extraction; add suffix "HE" t0 catal0g number' --


(2)Damper plate over heat extraction slotsi specify Catalog N0 10988
{3) Pair 0f ilosure strips f0r two side air passages: c0nsult lact0ry'
1%,,(4) Champagne gold louver; add suffix "A1" t0 catal0g number'

SUPPLY

RETLJRN

PAIRED FIT-IN TRIM


LUMINAIRES OVERLAP TRIM LAY.IN TRIM
Concealed Spline or Plastel Concealed Spline

l',4
Exposed Grid
or lMetal Pan

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SuoDly Return Supplv Ret!rn supply Return

Paired 2.40W HVP. 68533,UH 68534,UH 68573,UH 68574-UH 68593-UH 68594-UH


0rder one UH and one U, 68533.UJ 68534-UJ 68573.UJ 68574,U.J 68593.UJ 68594.UJ
t luminaire per pair.
2-40W HVP (rvith two l-40W 68533-UW 68534-UW 68573-UW 68574.UW 68593-lJW 68594-UW

ballasts)Jor end ol
odd-numtrered run.
SUPPLY
N0Tt: Access to wiring through ceiling required for splicing; install luminaires be fore tiles.
0PTI0NAL: (1) Heat extraction; add sullix "HE" to catalog number.
(2)Damper plate over heat extraction slots;specify Catalog No. 10988.
(3) Pair of closure strips for two side air passages; consult factory.
(4) Champagne gold louver; add suffix "Al" to catalog number.

R ETUR N

UH LUMINAIRE UJ LUMINAIRE
Ballast wired to Ballast wired to
bottom lamps top lamps

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ABOVT WORI(PLANI lJ
u tTS

2 LIGHT 40
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION

WATT
FOF 20% EFFECTIVE
FLOOB CAVITY B EFLECTANCE

% EfleDlive Cei nq
IVERAGE lLLUillnAIOfl : trlULnPLE UI{ITS

LT.L. Fepo( No. 12683C

C.v rr Ref e.t.ce


RooM SIJRFAcE B EFLECTANcES: 30t ctr!iro. 50{ wAtrs.,0% rr00B
RCR- 11Fnr Wdrh=l0iNlrq Ht ab.v.wo,knancl
RaR= s Fnr WLarr=2iNlrq Br sboveworIpanel
RCR=10 LF!r W drh-N4rir Ht abovu work nL.nP)

2 LIGHT 40 WATT 32OOLUMENSPER

2.3 r5D
.57 55 .53 55 53 .5r .51 50 4S 125
'L5 .53 49 47 50 43
.48 44 .41 46 43 100
ra 44 4D 37 42 39 36 .40 .38 .36 75
21 40 36 33 39 35 33 37 34 32 E
36 .32 29 .35 31 29 :4 3l 2! 50
30 33 2A 26 32 28 25 .30 27 25
29 25 22 2A 2a
i2o 40 60 8o loo 120 t4o
42 3t t2 2.) N SOIJARE F EEI
PERPEND CLILAR=l 7

TOP LAi'P ON
!NITIAL FOOICANOLES I LIGHT 40 WATT LT.L. Report No. 17525C
01 ' Efreri rP cP nqad.r,aPle.ranle
a2 a0 50

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53 51 4S
45 42 39 43 4r 39 4t 39 33
9.J 41 38 35 40 37 35 3a 36 34
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38 31 32 .35 $ 3r
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.35 3l .29 34 3r .28 32 30 23
32 2A .25 31 28 25 3A 21 25
ra

25 14 21 04 AFEA PER F XTURE N SOUARE FEEf


PERPEND CULAF=1.5

BOT1OM LAiIP ON
INITIAL FOOTCANDLES 1LlGl.lT 4oWATT l.T.L. Bepo No. 17522C
% Ell..tive Cei iq CJV iv Fldfl..1aic.
I LIGHl 30 150 ll
ei Wr Rdle.kn.e
50 30 r0 I 50 30 1! I
1:
I 67 65 63 63 62 .60
2 6t 58 .55 58 56 54 54 53 5l
31 22 Rooh 3 .55 51 43 53 .50 47
Cavny 4 aA 46 .,12 48 44 42
RaiiD 5 45 40 37 43 39 .36 4t 33 36
6 40 36 .32 39 35 32 37 34 3l E
.1). 7 36 31 23 35 .3r .28 33 3A 21
't? -i- 8 3221 24 31 27 23 .29 26 23
.26 22 2A

Y1J 2t 10 2.4 o.3 0.2 ANEA PEB FIXTI]RE N SOUARE FEET

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t-40w HvP
A h qh ef{ c ency. ow br ghtness 1 40W HVP has an adlustabLe
lumina re wh ch produces high lamp position whrch serves to
ESI levels for good task visibi ty reduce the batwing" effect on
and has very ow energy indiv dual lum naires This rnaY
con su m pt on be done ln the t eld without
WLth a VCP of 95, th s HVP too s
lu m ina re prov des a mtntmunl
of 4B ESI fc and an average of
60 ESI fc [v ew ng engthwise] PERFORMANCE SPTCIFICATI(]N

when installed on 5' x 5'centers I x 4 1-40W


in a 60' x 60' x 1O' room yet tamp Position "A" (l"owe0 l-am, Position "B' (U0per)
only consumes 1 84 watts per C()EFTICIINT OF UTILIZATION
sq uare f oot. lectanc€s, 80:'., 50e., 20'.
Ref
Roon Cavity Ratio i
A so avarlable are paired Not Less Tha n .72 .69
1 40W lu m inaires wlth
fttlClENCY- Not Less Than 6s 9% 62.6%
interco n necting w reway Pre
w red connector plugs simp fy MAXIMUM AVERAGE ERIGHTNESS
Lengthwise or Crosswise
interco n nection and through ln ihe 55'.90'Zone
Not More Than 300 fL 190 fL
wrring one 2 40W ba last feeds
two Lumina res vCP (at rear of room)
ln >ma 'oo-\ 1[olo ro;c Lengthwise'Crossw se
(60 x 60 x l0 Roonrl
less overlapp ng of lumina re Not tess Than 96/94 96/98
outputs, it is sometimes an I-UMINAIRt TIGHT FTUX
advantage to red uce the spread 0'.30'Zone-tess Than 31%
55%
30' 60" Zone-Greate. Than 667;
of the batwing d str bution to 60'-90'Zone-tess Than
ma nta n even umination The

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SINGLE OVERLAP TRIM LAY.IN TRIM FIT.IN TRIM
LUiliINAIBES Concealed Spline or Plaster trposed Grid Concealed Spline
or lvetal Pan
0,
t
hHl# l+-
ENDOFRUN I INDIVIDUAL I JOINER
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r%,, 0PTI0NAL' Champagne gold louver; add suffix "Al" to catalog number.

SUPPLY PAIRED OVERLAP TRIM LAY-IN TRIM


LUMINAIBES Concealed Spline or Plaster Exposed G Iid

o
Supply Ret!rn suDplv Return SuDply ReiuTn

Parred I-4UW HVP.


68531.U7 68532-U7 68571 U7 68572-U7 68s91-U7 68592-U7
()rder one U7 and one U8
68531 U8 68532-U8 68571-U8 68572.U8 68591 U8 68592-U8
luminaire per pair.
lm,,
1-40W HVP (with l-40W 68531 68532 68571 6857 2 68591 68592
RETURN ballast)for end of
odd-numbered ru n.

N0TE: Access t0 wiring thr0ugh ceiling required for splicing; install luminaires be ore tiles.

0PTI0NAL' Champagne
gold louver; add suffix
"Ai" to catalog number.

14 U8 LUMINAIRE U7 LUMINAIRE
With 2-40W ballast With no ballast
S UPPLY/RETU RN RETURN/INACTIVE PAIRED 1-4OW LU IV INAIRES
LUMINAIRE LUMINAIHE TANDEI\4-WIBED
s TO ON E BALLAST
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SPECIFICATION FEATURES
PEFFOFI,/ANCE SPECIFICAT ON:
See be ow
All featur-os same as for I 40W
SL"r pply/ Retu rn and Relurn/lnact ve
uinina Tes shown above. except for the
S PECIFICATION FEATUR ES fo owing LA["4PS Tandem w red to
PERFORI\4ANCE SPEC F CATION See paqe 14 one 2 40W bal ast in one ol the pa red
REFLECTOR (1) Parabo c shaped formed of sern specu ar anodLZed a Llm nulrl umina res Ino ba ast n other
ref ector sheet with white ename d lf us ng top sccl on LOUVER BLADES (2) urnina rel CONNECTING WIREWAY (7)
SHlELDlNG ASSEI\,4BLY (3) A R PATTERN CONTFOL (4) ifOT A T SUPPJY ONIY] lnsta s between Ium na res for 5'
SAFETY l,/OUNTING LUGS (5) and AIB FITTING (6) sarne as lor 2 40W HVP umina re spac ngt houses pre-w red
(page lOl LAI\IP POSLTION (A)f eld ad justable w thout too s to lamp pos tion connector P ugs and sockets for 1e d
(B) to provide a ternate distr butlon w th reduced batwng"spread nlerconnect on and through wring ol
BALLAST: Rapid Start tPF. thermal y-protected C ass 'P C B N'4 certlfied by E T L on-o or more !mina res Ou ck connect
NOTE] Heat extraction is not recommended for the slngle- amp lurnlnaire, as tests access p ate [supp ed) perm ts supp y
show that lamp wall temperature is optlrnum in the stat c rnode for max mum ght
,o p ,Or 'lt1d. e
^IO.,opp^,'g
For end of odd numbered run use
output
standard 1 40W HVP and make two
Qu ck connect access plate supplied as standard lsee page 48)
sp ices n connect ng wireway.
ttor .)ltrer ae rlers cons.rl i..lor'/

ILTUMINATION AT A PoIitT:SINGLE UNIIS ILLUMI ATNN:


I I r ^rLrtsr LoL,. ruN COEFFICIENTS OF UTIL ZATION BOOM SURFACE BEFLECTANCES 30% CEtrING.5O"'iWAI!S,20%f IOOR
lr r."poq rn "r'un FOR 20% EFFECT VE RCR= I1Fm Wdnr=l0rMrq Hr alroveworIDanel
fEGHI AsovE ljoRKPLANF 6 RcR= SlRrr !!iltr=2rMrq Hr rboveworkpa.e)
HEFLEI BO CLC BCR=10 lRn, W dth Mtq Ht abo!P work p anel
LOWER LAMP POSITION
INITIAL FOOTCANOLES I L|GHT 40 !1,ATT T L Repo No 13565C
0.1
1 Elr3.l vr Cr iq Cavity R3l rrJnct

65 ti2 5S 62 5957 aA 56 55
59 55 52 56 535l 53 5t 49
54 5t 43,15 49 46 44
46 42:l! ,1,1 41 39
9:3 39 :5 E
30 33 33l0 36 32 30
16 35 30 26 a4 2926 32 2A 26
3A 25 .22 28 2a 22
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19 20 | 25 ABEA PEN F XTUAE N SOUAI]t FEET
PE FPEND CL]LAF 2 O

UPPER LAUP POSITION


It{ITIAL FOOTCANDLES LT.L Aepo No 209520
rl Etter{reCe ii!]CJV iv Fdfr.rrr.r
3050Ll!

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a3 49 46 51 41 4a 43 45
43 ,14 ,1r 46 43 40 44 12 1
,14 40 37 43 39 36 .4r 38 36
40 :6 33 39 35 32 37 34 32 2A
ra 3 37 .32 2S :5 3l 29 34 3l 28
s 33 2A 25 a2 2A 25 31 27
22 3A 25 22 29 25 22 2A 25
sPAc|\c RAr-ib
PFPPFND CI]IAH=] 6

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90+ PARABOLIC LOUVER LUMINAIRE t (Air Handling)


90+ is a h gh y eff c ent lu mina re cell design is that a ref ectrng e ectronic sou nd mask ng
which combines very Low apparent su rfaces ncline beyond the systems s often used to
br ghtness w th w de cand ePower verticai, so that there are virtua ly prov de speech pr vacy
d strrbution Th s combinat on no hor zontai surfaces to collect Proper y des gned um naires
el mlnates glare throughout a d ust Th s stay clean" property canasopayapart
soace whlle a so contro Lng ve lng red uces ight ioss and y elds Parabol c aluTn num ref ector
retlect ons in the visual task V sua substa ntial savings n ce I umrna res such as 90+
Comlort Probabr ity [VCP] s 90 or maintenance costs fsee paqe B] work well in a ding speech
better (see pages 2 7l pr vacy in open plan off ices,
The gentle uminos ty and Aii$t_;*q Ii,;tj
since the curved sudaces of the
wLdespread d stribution result f rom One of the requ rements for ceiis tend to break up sound
the use of large parabo ic ref ector dC-,e. g OOp'o'-o e'f. ;e C, i^ waves unt most of the sound rs
ce Is of semr specular anod zed open p an offices sa uminous roso'oed oIeo 'ected F at
a uminum e nviron ment whic h ass u res lensed um naires on the other
90+ has provislon 1or a T Teturn vis u al cornfort. Another is hand tend to ref ect soundwaves
a r supp y and heat extraction and speech pr vacy a term for
is compatib e with a |f ttings of describ ng tlre extent to wh ch ,l . '' .'- : .,., ,
malor man uf actu re rs Co n1 nuous people n pub c areas can r: i, , !r ', i., r, .: i. "'
black revea concea s alr s ots and speak clear y w thout be ng Thus,9O+ meets seve ra
adlustab e pattern control vanes overheard and wlthout m portant requ rements for
R EDU C E D M A! i\dTE h!1-1.ii i.l El d stract ng othe rs arge open work spaces: rt
cosr$ A set of acoLrst ca iacil tates hlgh vLSUa
Another benefit of the 90+ components sou nd sc ree n s, perf ormance by assurng
u m lna ire's parabol c reflector sound absorbinq ce nqs and v sua comfort, f reedom lrom
'1, : f::1..1\. I -:- l. '

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g are and control of ve lrng heat ng and venti al on lt can .hc rel ector ce s n the 90+ Jm na re
ref ect ons. t has acoustical therefore serve as an essent a are iarred lt!,ntersectLnq bades ol
characte r strcs that can part n creating a more tloub e paiabo c sect on Each D ade s
prodLrct ve and more p easant comp -.tey c os-.aj al (s loc by nieg.a
conlr bute apprec ab y to sPeech l anqes li) ass!re max mu|-]. nte.
pr vacy and t can supo y or workrng env ronment 'ti caiance anc cpl r.rrm um ire 'e
return air as required for cooling, ailce-o'', -a-h nte'secton s ocKed to
pre\,enl atera rravemenl ai any ce wa
, c.oo . . b d. o^ ooF, g
-ip o' rrov ng n any !i ay thal !!ou d
ca!sc d stortcn of thel refect nll surtace
Tl- s rq d cor-stllrclrcn assu.es ll'at tre
appea'ar'rce anC photorretr c
oerformanle of the Lrm na re w noi
chanoe tvcn \,! t' rouqh 'rand nq

Blade wl lnot sLde to orpul


apart

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The 90+ Jurn na re e m nates
g are wh le ma nta nin-ct good
r,,.,, :
eff c ency ard controlling ve lrf g r, ,. ,. ,:.r .jj iltjil
. ii tj.!.]

refect ons. Th s rs bccause most


ol ts output s w thin the 30o 600
zone and only a smal proportron
s dlrected more horizonta y
I nto the g are ror]e,l oT [noTe
vert cal y I nto the ve ing
ref ectio n zcnel
t.:. .
The tab e at r ght su mmar zes
the performance cnaraclerist cs
of 90+ lum na res sett 19 forth
the n'ost mporlant cr ter a
Th s performance sachieved
w th the lamps ocated as shown
on the c ross section d raw ng s
on pages 19 and 20. The amPs
are located to assure Perfect y
even lum nosity over the
lu minarre s u rf ace.
lv"r 'r-g J{cr o Lt d
avarlable
T

2'x2'

Al; i:ll L N.: (trf :rL sllrp y or aucici .',r ieluin)

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Sirl;:{:it"lri1'1i1L}fu F,-:- A ll li.iil L il


PEFFOFI'"lANalE SFEC F OA al\ Se-. i-.iqe II
i Gl iSl l:Lll (1) P.rr.rbo a shaLiea re'ector ce s .f sem speiu ar.rnoC zed
? ! r- ru Ir nt-o'cc(ed t! res s: defofir'ari.r" S-ap lc: rf atahc! ef al h np-.5 1-.p-.136 a
1r!r'r | 1'ror i d! ',,,' lh!.,1 1!,.arlr nq ' I sh,.rd s!'l:r.re-c alE L NG IR l"i (2) O'/e':'rp tr m
s -.xtruded A -.n- -..nr r^j il|t- treal ao -er: prea Se,i a (l-aal ,"! lf C e aast Cotner keys
It I tr fr s stca ,"! ilr ao"'c'kitis bjll' r l-riirl:r ,,,h le 1| sfl
A a PAITEBII CaN FOL (3) AC ustitb e !,are tl'it,,/ cu: lrof rorla itr !a:rl 0a a r
sr.ppv IEAT EXTI"/\CTICN OIITL Fl SL O S (4) Prl]! d. frar rr!m ghr
raI i--|1:,1rraia) Farorr il I erici:i i]f-ll corru]lrrefi 1rro.,!h qhtshed andexts rto
ce n-c [] enLrm throulti cut et s lts SAFEiY l,rOllNTl\G tl-.lCS (5) Svr ng oli ard
cak nto ilcs icn .,n oak eas y lor rerxc\",: i-rl !rrr ra re tast thread adllstrrrent
lrcreris perl]:qu ak ref:aa ard..rslTellt f '.lf r,,tf - .,t|.:,l Te ir-lo!nt rc uqs not s|ppi ed
lirexpcsec !rd ca r-ast AUFTTNG(6) Forirrst]ppt or d.,riled:lr rclrtn itly clhersl
SALLASIS llarrd S:art lrPF thenra y.rol-..ted (lass P CB["] certfed by ETL
Qu c( connecl access p ate supp ed as standard isee paqe 481
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90+ LUTINAIRE OVERLAP TRIM
Conclealed Spline
LAY.IN TRIM
Exposed Grid
FIT.IN TRIM
concealed spline
or Plaster o. lvetal Pan

2r2', ILHL I*JL


AIR SUPPTY r]R RETURN
2-40W /U. 68431 68471 68491
3-40W/Ur 68433 68473 68493
Plaster frame 10955
OPTI0NAL: (1) Damper plate for outlet louvers; specify Catalog No. 10963**.
(2) Champagne gold louver; add suffix "Al" to catalog number.

z',4
AIR SUPPLY OR RTIURN

3,40W 68633 68673 68693


440W 68635 68675 68695
6-40W 68637 68677 68697
Plaster Frane 10959
OPT|0l'{AL: (1) Damper plate for outlet louvers; specify Catalog No. 10979...
(2)Champagne gold louver; add suffix,"A1" to catalog number.

+4
AIR SUPPLY OR RETIJRN

6.40W 68833 68873


8-40W 68835 68875
Plaster Frame 10962
0PIlONAL, {1) Damper plate f0r outlet louvers; specify Catalog N0. 1098/**.
(2) Champagne gold louver; add suffix "Al" to catalog number.

*5" leg
spacing
t37s" leg spacing
"Pair of closure strips for two side air passages also available.
Consult factory.

2A
-
I ulrl ml
(S.. pae. 7 {or sxpla€rion.)
^T ^
PC{T: smu UrIs IIIDLE IT|IS
I ROOM SUR FACE R EF LECTANCES: IO!. CEILITG. $* f^LLS, *TLOOF
f-ril rrxrunr rocartor,r
l!!l & LAMPoFrENrarroN FOR 20% EFFECTIVE RcR= 1 lFm. W drh=10 x Mrg. Hl. abovework plare)
Rmm SnrallR@m FIOOF'AVITY REFLECTANCE RcF= 5 (Fm. widrh=2 Mrs. H1. aLE*work plane)
-ta'g€ aBOvE WORKPLANE=6'
HEIGHT RCR=10 lRm. Widrh=Mtq. Ht. above wo.k Dlane)
REFLEc :a0% CLG. 5096 walk.20% FLR
LT.L. Report No.15297C
INITIAL FOOTCANDLES !i
o: o Eftect ve C€ ino Cavly FellecGnce

)@ 1 150 2 LIGHT ll0 WATI 2O5O LUMENS PEF LAMP

125

2.6
50 100 100
l 52 52
2 .56 53 .5t 53 51 .49 50
89 : .51 48 45 15
46 43 ,10 .40 33
3
20 5 42 3A :5 37 .35 .39 36 34 50
6 39 .34 32 34 31 35 33 31
35 .3r 28 30 28 .32 29 .21 25
36 a 31 21 25 30 27 21 29 26 24
9 2A .24 21 27 .24 21 .26 23 .21
10 16 22 r9 25 2r r9 .24 2r .r9

i:] .1, F.r3 Lr 40W/Lru. a 1o vC U'sbv0.9


ll r1 lj 'ru For 3 Ll 4owarr/U un t5, muLr p y.had €lues by 1.3.
F.r 3 Lr ,10W1U un a mu !D ! F.C by l PF RPFND CL]LAF=] 4

IT L Re@n No. 16466C


ElGr
'r G lnq G! \ Fel Prr.. P 4 LIGHT 40 WATT 32OO LUI ENS PER LAMP

50 30 l0
63 62 60 58 56 55 5,r
53 55 .53 51 52 .50 49
50

::i:' :
36
32 38
38
34
36
:2 36 33 31 1
2A 3l 28 33 30 28
I 25 3r 27 24 .30 26 24
21 2A 24 21 21 23 2t
,3 25 2r 19 24 21 19

For: Lt 40\rar!ns,mutnyCU sby I I SPAC NG FAT O ^o.doforY-Uo.\oUAorFtL


F., 3 Lr 4011 un r, n]u t,p ! F C by 0.8 F.r a Lr,rcWtrn !n rs,m! I py C U t hy0.9 l PAFALLEL 1.2 For3 Ll 40W.tr un rs, mult p y crrari va upsby0.8
For 6 Ll 40W !r 15. mu r o! F C bv l4 PERPEND CLILAF=] 4 ForO Ll ,10 Wai. un ts n\u t plv chan va ues by 1.4

INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
E] t,, ar /Rr,,, 3 LIGHT 40 WATT 32OO LUIVIENS PEA LAMP

4.1
80 l!qlr0
trtr Fel ..r. n.o
lllq loi50 3L ro 50 30 r!
4?1) 13 56 !h 55 54 52 5r 50
22 2 54 49 52 5l 49 48 48 47 46
36 49 44 46 47 45 42 44 43 4l
45 3A 4l 43 .40 :a 4l .39 37
81 4t 34 37 .39 36,:13 37 .35 33
6 37 30 33 36 32 :0 34 3l 29 E
33 21 29 32 29 26 31 ?A .26
135 3A 2E )3 29 26 23 28 25 2a
160 L '2A2a-)A'))A
d o rB . o 8 o 8
, r0^ , . U .0 (0^.1\6 F^r I ANEA PER FIXTURE N SOUAFE FEET
lo^k.tt. t 2 For6tr 40W !n G nrulr,o v cha( va les bv 0.7
For 6 Lr 40\ / u. is. mu rip v F c bY 0.7 lot oP \o, ^o
4

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VENTILUME I LENS CONTROL LUMINAIRE (Air Handling)


Vent ume I rneets v rtua Y any
QAnet., rrol nO Ot a O -' bU 'O
req .t tr*6-l A ', P . ^.
Extralu me ens. regressedi"," from
the ce ng plane. g ves h gh
effic ency w th good h d ng Power
and br g htness co ntro
Contln uous black reveal
concea s air slots and Pattern
control vanes Sna P-action atches
and hrnges are tucked awaY ln the
revea silp i'y rrlo -te-dnce.
L ens frame may be nterchanged
with the iiqhtsh e d asscmb y o{
Vent Iurne I ipages 26 29. wier
ever a vanety of um noLts effects i lo'-.xtrudEd a !rI r'-lll] rns
wrlh one bers o um na re s des red 1r:rre s Lrrea se and oa'rttair_,ori
BLr Ir n-.ia !1.1 lrallse mr'talle
Vent urne I ls comPat b c,/J ih
!las(ei fr.i \,,,h.l ll.at dalrt atate
arr lltjnas ol malor manulacturers ,/irtn iilla Corl.ets cr ers lrame
Heat e xiract on caLrab ly s i,rn arrr pr-.arse v n t"ec af d r it r-l i
optlona fealrt re ,arfeal ,r' th t!"rO SCt-.r\r: al
-oach cc rner

22
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:1
DfD D.a -
\ LENS (1) Sarle as ior standard
EXTBALt,I,'1E LENS (1) I itl':,, a.r,i .r !\, ih d ag!f a itrrity o: lemir e ao. cit pr fjll's V{irl !r'rc A -l INL I TS (2) B;r'i !d
reoressed a'u :J" Opt ona PT srara irx ens acry ic !,r lh salLrar-o array ol ma e tc prov de .lht and d rt t,ip
conaa prsn-s LINS lHAlrlt (2) I rlrudcd a L|n nLrm matte \"/h1e 1n sh precsey A R OUIt Fi LOUVERS (3) Provde
ln rreir c.rrners r !t d v lo ned lrr trr t!""'o scr,o,irs a: each cor.er snap aci on alches [t::]x'f ir.Tt !lltl T.l|o1;tirO Roonr itr
ard h rgus opcrab c f'{lf e the' s de !4r thoul touch nq f n shed sLrrfaces Opt o.a !-t-D S ]n-lr ao;l-par:lrent t-for]!r- t,rro
F Lrs'. en: 1r;rr-. aE L l\G TR l'" (3) .qlait rrallc !",i r' lc Ir sh Opt of a Fxlrud'.rd e iai revea I ets iol. a s ./3s erceitl
a Lm nL|r matte !"/h te f n sl A B PATTEPN CONTBOL (4) AdlJsiab e vane prov Ces I'x,1' ,"'l'clr h:r:i.rr,,, !Ne I et-l arnd
!'ertca or f orzofla a r sLrDp y o. a oses ofl a r passaoe SAFETY l'/OUN I ING Ll-lClS ex ts ntr) ae lll 0 ar'Lrn lfrri-rrrlt-
(5) S'r,, n-q .rLr: a.Lij oc( r'rto Dos I o' r ock eas ,y 10r remo',/a ol um na re last
L"r OLr: et 9 tts
lr-rrcad adj,..stnert screr,'s flerm ts qu ck vefica ad,.rstinent l.om w tn n Lrrr] raro il! a t aar'tf eiit ari.e:rs F ato sulf-r i,,al
irfo- rt nE ir.gs not sJptr ed lor exrosed !r d cet nqsl A R Flt I NG (6) For a I ats stilrdi]li-i ifi,.r| []itiie'lr l
sLrpp y or dLrcted a r ral!rf ibv others.t BALLASTS RaD d Start HPF therna y
prolected C ass P CBl"l certledbytTL A szesare st-.d by UL lor
a' Nand rll .srpp y anc return,l
(.rr ck a!rf cct aicess p ata sLlpr ed as :-la,Itdil.d isee italre alll
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VENTILUME I OVERLAPTRIM FIT.IN TRIM LAY-IN TRIM
Exposed Grid
FIT.IN TRIM
Concealed Spline
concealed Spline or Plaster Concealed Grid

t4
or ltletal Pan

"4F
2.40W 61526 61556r 61566 61576 61596
Plaster Frame 10952 10953 10954
flE[F]-I
#-=.=#T spec ify
u, (1) Hea
N

Cata log No. 10964.


0n; suffix HE 0s nunber. {2)
to cata log Dampe plat
(2) Danper for louv

Dr\l p,, -
2-40W / U*
Plester Freme
61422
10955
61472 61492 -L
2r2' 0NALi {1) Heat extraction; add suflix
specify Catalog No. 10963.
"Ht" to catalog
catalog number 2) 0arnper plate for outlet louvers;

2-40W 61622 516521 61662 61672 61692


3.40W 61624 61654r 61664 61674 61694

214 4.40W
Plaster Frame

specify Catalog No. 10979.


10958
61626
10959
61656J
10960
E" to catalop
log number
61666 61676

per plate f0r 0utlet louvers;


2) Darnper
61696

6.40W 61823 61873 61893

+4
8.40W 61825 61875 61895
Plaster Frame 10962
oPTIoNAL: (1) Heat extracti0n; add suffix "HE" t0 catalog number. (2) Damper plate lor outlet louvers;
specify Catalog No. 10987.
OPTIONS FOR LUMINAIRTS TISTED ON THIS PAGE.
(1) Prismalux lens, acrylic. nale.onical prisms
(2) Flush lens frame. (3) Extruded aluminum ceiling trim.
Consult factory.
*6" leg spacing.
+Steel end flanees are removable.0rdel one individual fixtule
and enough joiner f;xtures to make up desired length ot continuous run
**Removable end trim for ease of installation in c0ncealed grid.

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lT POt'tT: SIISI'I UiltTS
1S€e ea@ T lor exohtu(on.l
n r rrL,ne Locarror COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION aooM SUBFACE REFLECTANcES:30%ctllr c.50%walts,20!r rt00R
ll&LAMPoRrENraroN FOR 20% EF F ECTIVE RCR= 1 iFm W drrr=]0 x lMtq Ht above work p.iel
Roofr FLOOB CAVITY F EFLECTANC€ RCR= 5{Bm wdth=2xMtg Hr abovework pan-"1
HEIGHT -smallRoom
-La.se ABOVE WORKPLAN€=6' RcR=10 (Fm \ry dlh=l\4tg llt above wort pLrne)
BEFLEC. 30% CLG,s0',6 Wirh,20% FLR
INITIAL FOOTCANDI-ES 2 LIGHT 4oWATT LT.L. Repo No. 12202C
0.9
% Ellect ve Cei .q Crvitv Ael ectance 2 LIGHT 40 IryATT 32OO LUMENS
50
1.3
50
4.0
itl E 5l
2 .51
42 .44 .38
.42 38 36 4A .37 a5 38 .36 34
3A 3l .37 .33 31 35 32 30
21
6 35 3l .24 .33 .30 .24 32 29 2J E
32 .24 .25 .34 27 29 .26 .24
35 I 29 2a .22 2A 24 .22 26 23 21
9 .26 .22 19 25 .21 19 24 21 .19
22 19 .17
35 20 ARFA PER FIXTUFE IN SOI]ARE F EET

PF RfEND CULAR=l3

INITIAL FOOTCANOLES
2LIGHT 40WATT/U lT.L.Reoo No. ll3l6c 2 LIGII40 WATI/U ?q5O

1.1

3.8
:, 2 6t 58 .55 58 55 53 a4 52 51

89 Foom 3 55 5l .48 a2 49 .41


1:) C.vitv 4 aA 45 42 48 44.41
Fario 5 45 40 37 .43 39 36 .41 3a 35
21 6 4t 36 32 .39 35 32 37 34 3l g
1 31 32 29 36 31 23 34 3r 28
,) 3332824322425 .31 21 25
9202522292522 28 24 22
r9 26 22 19 .25 22 19

PEAPENDICI]LAF-1 3

I T L. Bepod No. ll6lAC


% EllecnvN C. Li! Ca! ty Fclectance i
IO

9.5 ' 1! ,0 '0 0 0 0 .0 l0


.o.61 a0
64 60 57 rl0 53 .55 5e 55 53 ,
22 57 53 50 55 5l ,19 51 49 47
a) 11 44 50 46 43 41 4a 42
.47 42 3A 4a 41 .3] 42 39 37 g
4) 31 34 41 :6 33 3S 35 33i
7 .38 33 3A 31 a2 .29 35 32 29 i
3r,Jo32
9312623aA2622292422
92 a 2a 23 2A 27 23 .2A 26 22 20
Fo,: Lr 40W!nt mutpvCU.tbr I l AREA PER FIXTUBE N SOUAFE FEET
t
)') t) For 2 Lr 40Wu.it m!rpyCU.tbyr2 For 3 Ll 40W uniE, mu llD y chan va
ue3 bv 0.3.
For 2 Lt.40wlnns n,LrpyFC by06 PEBPENDICULAF=I4 For 2 Lt 40W un,ts, mu t p y chr va ues bY 06
Fo.3 Lr. 40\4 ui a, nru r pLf F c by 0 8

INITIAL FOOTCAI{DLES T L. Bepo{ Na. 12471C


1.1
!; tilpcl vd ce' uav ty Hei ectance
30 150'.9 1r0
9; Wa BelLecla.ce
50J0 0
-.r '0 bB 0 0l0 I0.0 l0
' 0360b o)626l
42 sa 54 50 56 52 ,19 52 50 41
53 43 44 50 .46 .43 41 .44 .42
92 .41 42.34 45.41 .38 43.40.37 .<
.43 38 34 41 37 33 39 36 .33 i
.39 34 30 31 33 29 36 32 .29
153
.35 30 26 34 .29 .26 32 2A .25
.32 26 .23 3A .26 .22 29 .25 .22
)9 )4 ?O )A 23 ?A )6 23 2A
For 6 Ll 40W un c, mu t ply C.Lr. s by 1.1
246 179 l70 !5 15 For 6 Lt..40W un t5, multip y chart va ues by 0.8,
For6 Lt.40W un 6, mu r p y F.C bv0.8. PE BPEND CULAR=1.4

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VENTILUME II
PARABOLIC LOUVER LUMINAIRE (Air Handling)
Vent ume lls fLLtorescenl FtRt0Rl.iAii t] E SP[[ itl CATI 0]i
do,ln ghting t prov des the 1x4 2x2 2 x4
effic ency and ma ntenance :.40w 2-40W / l-l 4 40W

benef ts of f uorescent lght ng c0tFfl clIF]T 0i urititATl0l{


together wrth the unobtrus ve Ref ectances, B0-"i 50%. 2091
dl ld,dn.aori Idtr a'l l,Tj,'tyR,T r Iq${Ei t r4B sl

down g hting EFFIIIENCY- Not Less Than 43.6% 46.4%

Lightsh eld has parabo ic MAXIMUM AVTRAGT BRIGIITNESS


shaped 1r," x ir," ref ector cells* 185 fL
of njeclron moLded aory c wlth an VCP lat re:r ol room)
optica fln sh ol vacuurn dcpos ted Lengthwise./Crosswlse
a Lrm rL]lr t prov des a surfaoe b;;10;i;;;i-
teO-x gO'x tO' Room) Hol-essThan
Hot less Than I !
98/98 99/99 9l /97

brightness so ow that t -
approx males lhe br !lhtness of lhe U T! ITIZED LlGI.ITS H I E LD
ce lrng eL m nal n!t glare and AND FLANGE
assur ng v sua comforl. Thc !rhtsh e d des,.rneC spec'ca y lor lhe
Cont nuous b ack reveaL
Ve.t rme s mo deC n one u ece
exaroly io s z,o Beca.tse there s lo cutt nll
concea s air s ots and pattern rectu red ihe pl'otomett c and a r
contro vanes gives uminalre a DCrlorlrarce are a v,/a',/s conststerl and
cr sp, c ean ook Snap act on the p.oteol !e acrl/ c acqJeI seai s llot
latches and hinges are tucked lr.okef ilre farqe anc lor zcnia alr I p
away in the revea , simp ify arc .lealra y modeal An extluded
a .tm nL nr srpp.rrt flt iiar're s co l-,p ole y
ma nte na nce h dden esove th0 llanlre Th s dcs !tn
Vent ume ll ls compat ble w th avo ds the ,/,,h to lim rel ect o|ls I the
air I ttin!ts of malor Tna'ruf actLlrers ouver oaLrscd \,,,hen sta"dard ltares
ll,oal cxtract on capabiL ty s an . I l ,o . ^ t '
opi ona ieai u re Vent Lrr-r-!e umlna tes have passed lh-'
Uncler!,/r ters laDotalo.es a r hand nq
tesis i nc !d ng arr rel! tn-l
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GPTIONAL HEAT
FXTRACT ION

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SPECIFICATION FEATU R ES
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PERFORN'1ANCE SPEC F CATION See page 26 SPECIFICATION FEATURES
LIGFITSH ELD (1)r One pece nlecton moded acry c- attce ol parabolc shaped L GHTSH fLD (1) Same as for
rellector ce s [1rr" x 1'r" x 1"] oplcal fn sh of vacuum depos ted a Llm nLtnr slandard Vert lLrrn-o A F OIITLE,
protected by a baked acry c lacquer of the palest gold tnt Mo ded to exact size wlth LOIIVEBS (2) ProvC,. max mLrm ghl
ntegra per rneter llange no sa!4/ cLrtl ng requ red L ghtshie d s supporled by rel cctance Room a r -onlers a'np
concealed extruded a um num frame matte b ack Snap acl on latches and h nges .orrca.tnenl lhrouQh qht-ch e d ard
operab e from e ther sLde w thoLrt touch ng f n shed surfaces CEIL NG TR 1,4 (2) Slee : er ts rlo o{r nq p e.Lr.r throrlll' clllet
malte white 1 nish Optiona ExtrLrded a umLnum matle white 1 nish A F PATTERN C L]VCtS
CONIROL (3) Adjustab e vane provldes vertica or horlzonta a r supp y or c oses off L.r! ck aofanccl access p ate supp ec as
air passage SAFETY IIOUNTING LUGS (4). Swinq out and ock nto posit on un ock standarci isee page,181
easliy lor remova of uinina re fast thread adjuslment screws perrn t qu ck verl ca
adiustmenl f rorn w lh n umrna re ImoL]ntng ugs not supp ed lor exposed grd
ce ngsl AIR F II NG (5) For a r supply or ducted air return Iby others] BALLASTS
Rapd Start HPF therma y protected Cass P CB[4 cerlled byETL A sizesare
isted by U L 10r air hand inq [supp y and return]
O.r ck cofnect access p ate sL.rpp ed as slandard isee paqe ,18]
l:.r I i..r ,.:rh-f . r.t-. -:i.ir -rl: .:1,! in,-r. r-

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VENTILUME II OVERLAP TRIM FIT-IN TRIM
Concealed Grid
LAY.IN TRIM FIT-IN TRIM
Concealed Spline or Plaster Exposed Crid Concealed Spline

t4
or N4etal Pan

2.40W 64525 645551 64565 64575 64595


Plaster Frame 10952 10953 10954
0PTloNAl .l1l
(1) Heai exiraction, add suffix "HE" t0 ci rtal 0g nu mb€ r (2) Damper plate
plate f0r outlet louvers;
specify Catalog No. 10964.

2.40w / u 6442r 6447 r 64491


Plaster Frame 10955

2r2' 0PTI0NAL: (1) Heat extraction; add suffix "HE" to catal0g number, (2) Damper plate f0r 0utlet l0uvers;
specify Catalog No. 10963.

24,,

2.4qtt 64621 646511 64661 64671 64691


3-40u/ 64623 64653t 64663 64673 64693

z',4 440W
Plaster Frame
0PTI0NAL: (11 Hea
10958

specify Catalog No. 10979.


64625
10959
64655t
10960
64665 64675

suffix "HE" to catalog number (2) Damper plate for oui et louvers;
64695

1%+ e 24"

28
lUUftllMIX lT l POMT: SlMiLf U fTS ILLUfiIIIIATN :
fl r rxrr,rnr rocnrrotv COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZAT ON ROOM SURFACE REF LECTANCES 30% CrtlNC.50%lrAr!S,20% f t00R
l& LAt P oRrENTArroN FOR 20% EFFECTIVE FCR= I 1Fm W d1h l0 x lr'lro Nr above worh !.np)
Room RcF= 51Fm Warh=2xMts Hr aboveworkpan.)
-Large -SmallRoom
HEIGHT AaovE wOFKPLAN€=6 FLOOR CAVITY REFLECTANCE
RcF=1018m widlh=M19. Ht. above worI pk..]
REFLEC.:80% C1G..50",4 Walk,20% FLR
INIIIAL FOOTCANDLES LT L. Bepo No 137S0C 2 LIGHT 40 WATT 3200 LUI9IENS PER
0.1

22
lf 39
3.3 41 38 36 39 37 35
37 .34 32 36 32
t9
34 :1 29 33 30 29
2l 31 2E 26 30 2A 26 g
33
29 26
.26 .23
23 20
23
21
18
2A
2a
2a
22
2A
23
2a
2A
ll
4A 60 30 100 r20
AFEA PER F IXTL] R E IN SOUARE FEET

PERPEND CULAR ] 3

INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
I T L. Beport No. 137SrC

a2

1.5
2 47 45 43 4a 43 42 42
1.5 43 4r 3S 4r 39 33 39 33 36
40 37 34 33 36 34
13 36 33 :ll 35 32 30 33 3l 30
6 33 30 28 32 30 28 3r 29 21 I
1 3A 27 25 29 2] 25
33 28 21 22 21 24 22 26 23 22
9 25 22 19 .2A 21 19 21 l9
42
35 21 9.4 1.A AREA PER FI^TURE N SOUARE FEEI

PEBPEND CULAF ] 3

4 LIGHT 40 !\JATT 32OO L!MENS PER LAMP

l8 3
42 39 37 4t 3a 36 39 37 35
5 39 35 .33 3-l 34 32 35 33 32
6 35 :2 29 34 31 29 33 30 29 1
32 29 .26 31 2A 26 3A 21 26
3 ?a )t:) ?a 2a 2a 23 21 24 23
t6 22 2A 2a 22 2A 24 22 2A
35
24 20 ]a 232Aja 22 19 17
F.r 2 L( 40Wu.B nrLrovCU 5bvl2 SPAC NG BAT O AFEA PEF F XUTFE N SOUABE FEET
For 3 Lr 4OW u. G, mu t p v C u ! Lv I I PAFALLEL = 12 For 2 Lr 40W u.ns, nul( Dry ctu( !auesby06
For 2 Lt 40W lnns nrur(Lprv F C bY 0ll PE RPEN D CULAA= ].4 F., 3 Lr 40W u.i6 muhLply .hrrt vrlu* by 0 8.
F.r 3 Lt 40!!u.t,mu1rVFC by08

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SKY.LIGHT DIFFUSING LUMINAIRE
Lig htoller's 'electrrc skylig ht'
provides oroao Dane s o'd.f'u\e
light and arge luminous areas
without the cost and compltcations
of custom luminous ceilings. Com-
pletely rnod ular, SkY-Light inte
grates with convent onal tile or
plaster ceilings, can be mounted
indlv dualLy or ln continuous runs,
end to end or side by side.
Frame ess structu raL acrylic
diffuser s regressed 2" above the
m ilil
ceiL ng plane; matte ftnish com-
pletely e F) flal€s re'ecl'ons.
l\4aximum lamp{o shield nq
spaclng ln a deeP houslng Pro
vjdes com pletely untform
lllum nat on without lamp images.
neavy-gauge c\lr'rded al-m nrr
frame has mitred, we ded corners fmr
and knife edge trim.

30 t-tcl.lT0l-lEl?
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i:-

Exposed Grid Plaster or Kerfed


Ceiling Tile Ceiling

o c e )r'
fi
irllt r -'
I

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
REGRESSED STRIICTURAL D FFUSEF (l) Textureless un lorm y whlte q ass !I
I ber renforced I00% acry c matte iin sh TR lil FRAI"/E (2) Heavy extr-lded
a um num m lred we ded corners tfatte wh te f n sh C p on perloretetl sp ncs
s p over outer eg ol lrame a"clior iatfr secLrrey n PLASTFR CE LINGS (3) lno 'NOTE: For side-by side mounting of
seFrarale p aster lrame reqL.r .eCl or support adlaa-.nl t ie n CONCtALtD Filln Trim lunrinaires, order one set of
IvIECHAN CAL CEIL NGS (a) by fttng precsey lnlo kerf ADJLISTABLE speciar n oL'rri1q lLgs (4 pe lLminaire
l\4OUNT NC HANGERS (5) Perm 1s m[' f ed end to ef d or s de by s de rsta a (see page 321 Luminaires are installed
tof* adlust lrotr ns de of Lrm na te f{rr cve ng and al qn nq ALjCtSS lO belore ceiling ls complefed. When
JUNCTION BOX (61 Prov ded by 3rr" r 5" door on s de of ho!s rll mounted n patierns or c usiers,
BALLASTS: Bapd Start HPF lherrna y protecl-.d Cass P C B i/ c-.rtf ed adjacent units are supported on a
bvLlL common purlin. Luminaire mounting
hangers are staggered to avoid
interference.
f.

SKY-LIGHT

r;4 FIT.INTRIM
Plaster
Concealed Spline 0r
I
I
LAY.IN TRIM
Exposed Grid

.l'
l'4 Yz' x 4'
1'x4'
1-40W
2"40W
163001
163051 16405
tFor side-by-side mounting order one set 0f special mouniing lugs 10971 for each fixture.

ts71/z 4
,h-q!
lffii
,

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2'x4' 2.40W 163i511 1M15


2'x4' 3.40W 163l6ft 1M16

214 2'x4' 440W


iiFor
16317tt 16417
side-by-side mounting 0rder one set of special mounting lugs i0972 for each fixture

o
2'x2' 2.40W /U- 16312if 16412
4'x4' e4tlw 16325ft 16425

2'*2' 4'x 8.40W


.6" leg spacing
tttsl s-i6s-5y-5;tg t.unting
1632611 16426

order one set of special mounting lugs 10972 i0r each lixture.

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1S.€ pase 7
AT A POI{I:
lor expknalion )
SIISL! U nS |LLUtttlilAlofl:
C€I!I
COEFFICIENTS OF UT]LIZATION ROOM SURFACE R EFLECTANCES: SO% C

'o
fl F,'r,rRF LocAT oN
I I u, Lavpor eruralon FOR 20% EF FECTIVE RCR= 1 1Fm W dlh=lO x ltq Ht above work p ane)
RCB= 5 lBm !\1'rlrh=2 x [4rq Hr above dork D ane)
FLOOF CAV TY REF !ECTANCE
HE GIT ABOVE WONKPLANE'6' FCF=101Bm. W lth=Mtq Hr abovcwork planel

IT'ITIAL FOOTCANDLES E.T.L Repo{No.3S8164

1'" Elldcl vs ce rnq cavtry aelle.rance


2 LIGH'I

30
.46

3.3 3.3 .35


:l
32 .28 25 27 g
12
29 25 .22
26 .22 19 21
22 .24 2A 11 r9
21 17 t5
32
19 t5 13
26 14 7.1 3.5 1.4 1.0 AFEA PEF FLXTUBE N SOUARE FEET
irl 't!. r! la i,4 Fo,I Lr 40[rlntr5 mu riplych. v. uesbv06
F.r I Lr 40Wunc,mutPv Fc.bY06

INIIIAL FOOTCANOLES
€T L Report No. 394217
21
". Effp.t ve C-" '.q Cav y Fel ectancN
36 BoIsQ1
!; wa I Relreccnc3
67 5030r0 5030r0 50 30
t0
1

46 48
ll 50 47 44 41 45 42
r3 45 40 .37 42 39 36 39 .35
40 .35 3? 3A 34 3l 35 32 30
25 35 3A 21 33 29 26 3l 28 26
3
31 27 23 30 26 23 2A 25 I
.28 23 2A 21 23 20 25 22 20
25 21 18 24 2A 23 20
23 .13 15 22 1A 2A 15

F.r 2Li 40W u.i8 mu tp v C U.t by I l ABEA PEB F XTURE N SOUAFE FEET
!! rLi ri li ll For 4Lt 40W ufi* muLtip yCU ! by 0 9 For 2 Ll 40W u r B, m! t rly crran vah,ss by 0 7
Fo,2 Lr 40W un s, m! r p y F C bY 0.7. PEFPEND CLILAF-1 2 For 4 Ll 40W unt, v.tu
mu t p valL'es by I 3
Fo,4 Lr 40w unns, f,L t ply F c bY I:

INITIAL FOOTCANDLES 6 L]GHT 3240


la EttBcr ve ce rq civ t! Fef edanc.

I 64 .62 59 .{i',l 5l
'0 I i '0 i42 r' lZii I
21 Room
cav t! 4
3 50 .45 .n2 1l 44 41
44 .40 .35 42 39 .34
44 4a
,10 36 34 f:il '...'
50
40 34 30 37 33 30 .35 .32 29 x_
6 35 30 26 .33 29 2a 32 21 2a
1 32 26 .23 .31 25 22 2! 25 22 E
50-
8 29 .23 .2A 2A 23 .2A 25 .22 19
9 25 .21 .11 .24 2a 17 23 .24 1) 25
lo 23 l9 l5 22 l8 15 .21 .14 l4 o2 t0 o 360 420 430
a4 a0 27 13 l 0 P^ \ AP'^P,ott, . o \\0r dor LEE
-o 8. rotl odo^ti "n'o
- , Flr 2 Lr 40W,rU ur ts, nru i D y chaft va uc5 by 0.3.
For 2 Lt. lowrU Ln t, mu riF Y F C bY 0 3 lP FPE'\D Lc ) For a Lr 40Ur unns, muh ! y cha.t va ues b! I 2
F.r a Lt 40W un b m!lpYFc b! r.2

)
2.40W/U- | 11s28
*6" leg spacing-

z',
8.4(}Iv 11538

SPECIFICATION FEATU RES


REGRESSED DIFFUSER (1) Vacuum-formed oi 100% cast acry ic sheet; matte
finish permanenty retains its dirnensions and pure wlrite color' DIFFUSER FBAMIE
(2) Heavy extruded aluminum with lruilt-jn lght balflel secured to housing by
iOnS Onrtrf SpRINGS (3): which perm ts irame to be lowered from any side
with flngertip pressure and rema n safely suspended for relamping and cleanlng;
no vlsible hardware illumlnated reveal TF lV FLANGE (4): Corrosion-resistant
extrucied aluminum; matte white finish. ADJUSTABLE [,4OUNT NG LUGS (5):
Permit vertical adjustment from wlthin uminaire BALLASTS' Rapld Start HPF,
therma ly-prolected Cass P. CBM certifiedbyETL

Whlte ename ed corrosion resistant


T Le Ceiling Plaster Ceiling extruded alum num tr m I ange fits
abso utP'y ,JSq w lq rLe.e | -g P ane ^

if
plaster cell ngs or serves as an overlap
I ange n ti e ceilings lluminated revea
on diffuser frame prov des a maxrmum
lghted open ng and a min mum width
ceiLlnE lrim Dirnensiona accuracy of
d ff user f rame assu res prec se fit wlth

V-,.1=
T
the housing, prevents lighl leaks
Housing, designed in a square shape to
permit use ol lluorescent lamps ol uni-
lorm size and wattage, must be
8t
installed betore ceiling is linished.
lnstallation is simplilied by use ol
adiustable mounting lugs inside hous-
ing which raise and level lixture.
34
tlrl ll.^lt AI^ Pot{T: SlilcLI Ut{[S
ILLUIilIll^TX)il:
{S.€ ra€ T tor.xDranarion.)
ln rrxrunr rocarroru COEFFICI€NTS OF UTILIZATION ROOM SURF,ACE REFLECTANCES M' CTIU[G. SXWAITS.'O% TTOOs
!ll & LAMPoFrENraTloN FOB 20% EFFECT VE FCR- r lFnr. W drh.r0 r Mrq. Hr rbovfworkpdne)
Room Smal Foom
FCR= 51Fm.Wdur 2 rvlro Hr Jborwo.kDane)
-Large
HEIGHT AAOVE WORKPLANE=6'
F LOOR CAVITY REF LECTANCE
RCR=10 {FD Wdlh-Mrq Hr rbov.{ork pranel
FEFLEC r30% CLG.,scf,{ Wa k,20% FLR.
INITIAL FOOTGANDLES
3 LIGHT 40 WATT E.T.L. BeponNo.379146

% Elte(vaCei nq Cav ry Reaecra^ce


19

r5
2a
29 37 37 35
39 35 32 3l 32 .30
35 3r .24 33 30 .21 31 2A 26
55 3A 26 .23 .29 26 23 27 25 .22
6S .21 23 .20 .26 23 2A 25 .22 2A
90 25 20 .ra .23 20 22
22 18 r5 21 .13 .15 2A
r9.15 13 18

For6Lr 40Wun,$ murprvCU !LVt


r27 106 69 4t 27 AREA PEF F XTt]FE IN SOUAFE
I
FE ET
For6 Lt 40w un G, muh p y F C bV 0a For6 Lt 40W unns, muh p Vcha{ va uesbv 0.4.

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MARK '''7" TROFFER LENS CONTROL LUMINAIRE


The extruded alurn nurn door
f rame of the Mark ' T Troffer sup
ports a low brghtness Lens and
has a fu l ;,4" deeP sPLaY Corners
on f rame are prec selY mitred and
r g d1y joined by two screws at
e" '' co.-e' t^oot"U: "/P . o', -o
oaded snap action atches slmP jfy
relam ping
l,'lark 7 savalabeLnafu
13rge of modu ar s zes lhai carr be
',1o ," ol 1 t' OVE FI LAP TRIM FIT-IN TBIM
cenajcC ce nqs of v rlua y arlY aonaica ed SLr ne {lonccaL,.d Sp ne
or l"leia Pan
iy pe
Rcq ressed ac ryllc Exlr:llume
lens q '.,gs hiqh etfLo cncy '/v tlr
good frld f g po\{/er ancl br !lhlness
cOntro Other lghtshie d ng sLtch
:rs prLsmat c glass or lnlcct on LAY-IN TRIM
Exposed Clr d
r-nolded acryllc enses can be NOTE: Stee end flanges on 1 x '1'and
sLrirpl ed I the h nged frarne 2 x 4' Overlap Trian um rla res are re-
movable Order one Lndividual unit and
Deta Ls on req tr c sl enough lo ner unlts to make Lrp desired
lenqth of cont nuols run (sec paqe 38)

36 t-tGl.lT0l-ll:l?
;airiil':s:?19r1

SPECIFICATION FEATU RES


PERFORIVANCE SPECIF CATION:See page 36.
EXTFALUIVE LENS (1): 1Oo% acrylic w th diagonal arrav of female conical prisms,
regressed a ful %". Optional: Prisma ux lens acrylc, with square array of male
conical prisms. LENS FRAME (2)i %" deep, corros on-res stant extruded
aluminum semi g oss wh te f nishi preclse y m tred corners rigldly joined by two
screws at each corner. Opiional: Flush lens lrame. Frame ls supported by
CONCEALED HINGES AND SPFING-LOADED SNAP ACTION LATCHES (3)
opens lrom either side with fingertip pressure: can be removed without too s lor
relamplng. SAFETY [/]OUNTING LUGS (4): Swing out and lock into posltlon
unLock ersily for remova of lumina re; fast thread" adjustment screws permil
qu ck verticaL adjustment from within lumina re (mounting ugs not supplied for
exposed gr d ce ngsl. BALLASTS Rapid Start HPF therma ly-protected Class P
C B Nl certif ed by E.T.L.
Quick-connect access plate supplied as standard (see page 48)
37
MARK "7" TROFFER
OVERLAP TRIM LAY.IN TRIM FIT.IN TRIM

l'4
Concealed Spline or Plaster Exposed Grid Concealed Spline
or lvetal Pan

dlr
I
F/ Or
END OF RUN INDIVIDUAL IOIN ER
-+Itr-
2.40W 81526 87556r 87576 8/596
n-EE - r Plaster trame 10952 10953 10954

Tt -&'T
12"

2.40W /U. 87 422 87 472 87 492


Plaster Frame 10955

2r2',

3.40W 87624 87654r 87614 87694


4-4{tW 87626 87656f 87676 87696

214 Plaster Framc 10958 109i59 10960

@l
24"

6-40W 81823 8t 873 87893

+4 8.40W
Plaster Frame
87825
10962

0PTl0NS, (l)
8787 5 87895

Prisrna ux lens, acrylic, rnale conical prisms.


(2) FJush lens frame. consult factory.
*6" leg spacing.
'lSleel erd llanges arp removable.0rder one irdividual lixture
and enough joiner tixtures lo lrake up desired length of
continuous run.

ltil I
lLlutrllMTlofl AT A Poll{T: Slt{GLE Ut{rTS ItlutilttlATl() :
lSee paqe T lor exp anation.l
fl1 l&rrrrunr rocerror"r
LAMP oRTENTAT oN
COEFF CIENTS OF UTIL ZAT]ON FooM SUBFACE REFLECTANcES:30%ctrtr 6.50%walls,20%rt00R
FOB 20% EF FECTIVE BcR= 1 {Bm w'drh-10 x Mtq. H1 above work r angl
Foom Smrr Foom RCR= 5 lEm V'ridth=2 x lMrg llr rbove work p ane)
-L&qe
HEIGNT ABOVE WORKPLANE-6 RCB=10 (Rm. $r dth=Mtq Ht above work p d^el
REFLEc ,30% CLG .50'/. w3lh,20% FLF
INITIAL FOOTCANDLES T L Bepo No l804ec
li Ertecl c$ nq crv ry Rrl {r.nce
2.1
80 1
'e 50 r0

2
'12 3 57 53 50 55 51 49 a1 49 41
a2 41 44 50 46 43 41 41 42
.41 42 38 45 41 38 43 40 31 g
+
26 ,13 38 34 4l 37 34
6 39 36 33
39 34 30 37 33 30 36 32 30
a 35 30 27 .3J 30 26 3) 29 26
! 3? )7 )a 31 26 23 29 26 23
50
29 24 21 2A 24 21 21 2a 21
25 S3 3.5 16 09 AF]EA PER F XTUF]E N SOUAF]E FEET

PF FPTNI] CULAF ]3

INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
l.T.L. Bepo No. 11316C 2 LIGHT 40WATT/U 2S5O LUMENS PER LAMP

3.3
6l .58 .55 58 55 53 54 52 .51
3.9
.55 .51 43 .52 49
5A 45 .42
.,13 39 36 41 38 .35
21 4l 36 .32 .39 35 32 37 34 .31 3
.31 .32 .29 .36 31 28 34 31 23 I
.43 .24 25 25 31 .27 25
.20 25 22 .29 25 22 2A 24 22
26 22 l9 .2a .22 19

AREA PEF F XTL]RE N SOL]AFE FEET

PE BPENDTCULAR- 1.3

INITIAf FOOTCANDLES t200


LT.L. ReDo No. 14050C

4.3

9.6

66 62
59 62 60 57 58 56 55
23 60 55
52 57 53 50 53 5t 43
54 49
4a .51 47 44
51 49 43
40 47 .42 39 3
4,1 35 42 38 35
39
40 35
3t 39 34.31 .37 .33 30
36 31
21 35 30 27 33 3A 21
33 .21 24 31 21 24 .34 2E 23

53 1PF.P R r v-Uo- \.OUAor -.F


For 3 Lt 40W !f s, mr I p y chid vJ ue!by08
ForlLr l0!!unrm rf rFC \03

INITIAL FOOTCANDLES f a LrcHT ao w,Ar; IT L Reporr No. 12471C

'" Elleclve Ceii.qCavl! Rsl ocrJiLe


30 I 5q r0
9i Wa F?f s Jn..
,o.olLoooor0ro
1 72.1A 68 68 66.65 63 62 6l
2 ri5.6l 58 61 58 56 57 55 54
3 .58 54 50 56 52 49 .52 50 47
4 5: 4a 44 50 .,16 .43 17 11 42
'4d)ntt3440. g
Bt10-611 !
t 9 )a r0 .o t ) )a
3 o .. .8
. J0 .o ./.
0 ' , .0 )8 ) 20 )6 1 )A ec 160 ?4n :?0 400 ,180 560 640
153 103 51 20 e.4 4.1 ForC Lr 40$un ls, mulrLplyC U lbV I l APLA o.'l rPl \ 5OL co rrr-
raii l7l tr I rrlr .:! For 6 Ll 40W ui a, nu r ply ^
.hart va !-cs by 0 8
For6 L1 40W un s, muLripry F.C by C.8. PE FPENDICULAA= 1.4

I
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I
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GRID/3 LYTETROFFER' LENS CONTROL LUMINAIRE


The versatire Grid/3 Lytelrof f er.' (3) concealed grid with kerfed
with a % " deep hinged and lat- tile. ln all three cases. the fix-
ched lens frame, fits any of ture drops into the ceiling as a
three grid ceiling systems lay-in f ixtu re-a very economical
without the use of costly ac- installation.
cessories. Regressed acrylic Extralume
The two-position Duo-Level lens gives high efficiency with
fra.ne elables the Iroffer to in- good hid ing power and
tegrate with three different grid brightness control.
ce iling s: 'LJ S Paieni No 3:810 085

(1)exposed grid; Slrrray ens frame has b.-..i i1" tararTes


s o'r mtreCanCk|ylal i:or-ers Soorg
(2) exposed grid with regressed- s des ol'rilrre expa-d I'm noLrs alrcil tli
edge lay"in panels: oa' mel-.f o' or d cpau nc tlflllat:
irl-arss s 0r-.vent o -rtto' -aru"'et eaatc ol
lTanr-. S iLtS'r rr il- !r d ittd Ce .! Lr e.r
fi(

10 l-lcl.lT0l-lEl?
;T-"J :;i r -* nr; : *:t i. _:*' iF;1;# tr;:;, .

.. - '-,i ,+t 2.,::e ,.1 i '. - : . ---.: -a '"-


-.1-"'- :1::;::'"!&..1: -'t "r^ :^' +r--'-: ; {-_
-, ':-_* j-! - --.* --':.-i:- -..-i;*j.r j-....;:-,.:

'1

- r, l. i_ . irr:) ;,-r'ritii,ir .lli |:t , ,r

ll r,11 ,: --r.rr Li !. r,':_ r,1 r ir r'lrrir: : llrl rrr :lt.:i:1,,':-.I'I'i, IIIILrl' .I l :r' ,:l

t-..! . 'Lt:.r .r;: . .-.:t .L; l,r::,tri .rl.rri l


_
T:r:i :l eil- arii f, 11,:l!:rri-irl!':,;:!l ll
i- i' I:rj :ri r'1,,a:rlr.J!'^"' a.jar.
,r ,,r1, ir]- r_;j,rr,, i..,i1 :i.l ,i trt r:,
:l;, .u Fi;,'.:;:i :arl-.
arJ .l '.i. ..
iLtij-, :lT .tr l a i,rlt I l: L ir,,,i,i r. t:r,. :tl
1r,r't a:t 'i,:i.r,..'!ti it :_i: :itar aj :1:r:l
:r,:1'ta aaiara! ,.. - l: -:,1al.t,.",
GRID/3 LYTETROFFER"
2-4{rW I 11500

o 1'*4
4r
-
12"-
O(
SPECIFICATION FEATURES
GRID/3 LYTETROFFER
EXTRALUME LENS (1) I O0% acrv lc with d agona arrav of
fema e conical or sms reqressed u 1x| n;" LENS FRAI\4E (2)
3r1" deep: sern gloss wh te lin sh rnltred and keyed corners
,
FrAME S SUPPOTIEd bY HINGES AND COI\4PRESSION SPF NG
LATCHES (3). opens from e ther s de w th f ngerlLp pressure
can be removed w thout too s 1or re amping Lum nous area 2.40W/U. | 11400

f ls modu ar ce inq openrng DUO'LEVEL design of ens frame


oerm ts lower edoe of frame to be l ush w lh ce ng for any of
three grd ce rng systems EXPOSED GRID W TH LAY'IN PANEL
EXPOSED GR D W TH FEGRESSED-EDGE LAY N PANEL
lRevea Edge Shadow L ne or Tegu aa CONCEALED GFID
2r2' *6" Ieg spacing.

W TH KERFED TILE Ino extra trim frame requ red for pane
edges) BALLASTS Rap d Slart H PF therrna ly protected C ass
P CB[,4 certif edbvETL page 48)
Ou ck ionnecl access plate suppLied as standard (see

4.40W 11600

214 240W 116m


Cl

,h(
lLLUMlrumo AT A mNT: SlilGLE U ITS ut{ITs
1s€e paqe T ror expla^aton )
n r xrrnr Locarror COE FFICIENTS OFUTILIZATION ROOIV SURFACE R EFLECTANCES: m% c8 rC, !0%waLrS 20% f!00R
ll & LAMP oFrENrar oN FOA 20% EFFECIIVE ACF= I1Rm W dirr=10r Nlrg llr above$o/k parel
Room Shar Foom FLOOR CAV TY R EFLECTANCE FCR- 5 1Rm W dlh.2 r MrS Hr abovc wDrk planel
-la,ce
I]E GHT ABOVE WORKPLANE 6 RCR=10 iFlm W dtlr=Nl(g Hr abore $or( r ane)
50'r. !!alLs 20% FLA
INITIAL FOOTCANOLES IT L Fepo No lao4ac

50 30 l0 50 30 r0
r 70 68 66 66 6,1 63

52 41 44 50 46 13 47 .lr 12
26 17 42 3A 15 ,1r 38 43 40 ir7
43 :a 34 4r :7 34 :19 3a :.1 4
39 34 30 37 33 30 36 32 :rl
35 !0 27 3,r l0 21i 32 2tl 26
3) )1 ?3 3t ?6 ?3 2a )a )3

iFEA IEF F uhE \ j,OU FTE FEEI


^
PEFPENO CI]LAI] i !

I I T.L. Fepo No 16216C


io Erfrciv.Cc riq CJr r! Fcrc.rai.!
t8
33
6l
91
55 .54 5:
51

22 :9 37 g
33 39
32 29
i
39 2E 32 28 26
ri
23 29 25 22

AREA PER F XTL]RE N SOUARE FEET

PEIlPEND CL]LAF= ] 3

INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
T L Rcpor No l62l?C

10 50 30 l0 50 30 l0 150 30
1 T\ 1) 1t)
2676460 61 58 60 53 56
F.on 3 61 56 5: 53 54 5l 54 52 50
Cavny 4 55 50 ,14 48 45 50 4rl
Frrrr 5 49 44 40
5l
64539!5 38 35 4r 17
:19
:4 {
741353l
3373r27 3A 21 34 30 27
43321 24 32 21 24 30 26 23
l0 30 25 2l 2l
r.,2Lr 40firr L! r,.r r II ri ! sl)! I AREAPER FIXTUBE N SOL]AFE FEET
|, !! ,i r' ri I
r. vrrurs by 0 6
F.,2 Lr 40w !.i[ m! | Diy F C Ii! 06 PEBPEND CULAF=I4

PtRtoRtvANct sPEcrfl cATt0lt

1x4 2 x2 2 x4
2-40Vt 2.40W / U 4-40W
c0rFFtcltNT 0r uTrUzATt0N
Rellectances, 80%, 50%, 20%
Room Cavity Ratio
= 1
Not tess Than .70 .70 .75
tFtICIENCY Not tess Than 64.94/. 65.0 % 69.6%
MAXIMUIV AVIRAGT BRIGHINESS
Lengthwise or Crosswise
ln the 55"-90'Zone
- Not More Than 955 fL 890 fL 1005 fL

t-tGt'tT0t-ilit? q:
SUPPLY AIR DATA

Single Double
Side Side
Air Filting Air Fittinq

HORIZONTAL DISCHARG E

5" TP .08 .11 .14 .1 8 . 22 .21 . 32 .06 .10 .15 .20 .26 .34 .40
lnlet NC 11 21 25 28 31 34 36 <15 19 24 28 32 35

6" TP .07 .10 .13 .16 .20 .24 .28 .05 .08 .11 .T5 .20 .26 .32
lnlet NC 15 19 23 26 29 32 34 <5 11 22 26 30 33 36

T hrow. Ft. 46 56 5-1 6-9 710 811 812 24 35 46 56 5-1 6'9 7'14

Spread, Ft. 57 6-9 1-10 1-11 812 A12 813 35 46 51 6-9 1-10 1-11 812
VE RT ICAL DISCHARG E

5" TP .07 .10 .'13 .16 .20 .24 .28 .05 .09 .12 .17 .23 .28 .35
Lnlet NC l6 24 21 30 33 35 <5 18 23 21 31 34 31

6" TP 06 .08 .11 .14 .1t .20 .24 04 .o1 .10 .14 .11 .22 .27
lnlet NC <5 18 22 25 2A 31 33 <5 16 21 25 29 32 35

Prolect on, Ft. 24 25 3,5 3-6 4-7 51 58 '1,3 23 24 25 3'5 3,6 4-7

HORIZONTAL DISCHA RGE


5" TP .02 .05 .08 .13 .iB .25 .33 .09 .12 .15 .19 .24 .28 .33
n let NC <15 <5 ',19 25 30 34 38 <15 18 22 25 28 31

6" TP .o2 .o4 .o1 .12 .11 .23 .30 .o1 .10 .13 .16 .20 .24 .28
lnLet NC <15 <5 18 24 29 33 31 <5 11 21 24 27 30 32

Tllrow, Ft. 13 3 5 4-7 4-B 6-1A 1'12 914 3-5 46 41 4-8 48 5-9 6'10

Snread, Ft. 3-5 46 5'8 59 6-11 7'13 1'15 4.6 41 5B 5B 5'9 6-T0 6'11

VE RTICAL DISCHARG E

5" TP .42 .05 .08 12 18 .24 3',t .01 .10 .13 .16 .20 .24 .28
lnlet NC <15 <15 11 23 28 32 36 <5 16 2A 23 26 29 31

6" TP .02 .o4 .o7 .1 1 6 .21 .1 .28 06 .08 .10 .13 .16 .19 .23
ln et NC <5 <15 ',16 22 27 s] 35 <15 15 19 22 25 28 30

Prolectlon, Ft. 12 2-3 34 4-6 4/ 58 69 23 34 35 46 46 41 4-7

CFM is cub c leet per minute. Tp slotat pressure in inches water gauge. NC is no se
.r 1er a sound level Throw, Spread and Proiecton are lo
lerminal velocities of 100 and 50 ieei per rn nute Throw dlsiance s frorn a r s ot
i"rilr-"""" atr, slypica For data w th specilic air litilng, check w th a r litiing man!rfaciurer off ces, 35 50
ivpL""i tCL""i", "t.*n rooms, zs 3s; execurive off ces, mus;ums 30.40; lobbies, banks, 35-40: open
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ADJUSTABLE AIR PATTERN CONTROL
ln the HVP, 90+ and Ventr ume umina res, concealed h nged vanes are built
rnio the ium nalre near the cei ng p ane rather than relying on vanes n the a r
fitt ng
-of
to assure Te able pattern control. Spring loaded stops hold each vane n
one two posit ons to provider (1) hor zonta air supply, (2) vert cal air supply
or return. n addit on, Vent ume umina res have a th rd positlon which c oses
off a r flow Vanes can be adjusted wlth fjngert p pressure wlthout disturb ng
ce ng or um naire coTnponents. The HVP, 90+ and Venti ume lum naires are
compatlble with a r fittings of maior manulacturers such as Anemostat, Barber
Colman, LSI/Krueger, T tus and Tutt e & Ba ley Shown below is a Ventrlume l
umlna re
i Hoiiiontat supply Verlical Supply or Return Static (ventilume Only)

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HVP LUMINAIRE

The above data are based on the


A r Dlflusion Counc [ADC] A r Df
lusLng Troffer Heat Removal Test
Code TC 66
j To convert lnput data to walts divlde
BTU /Hou r by 3 41
Ca or rneter heat loss loP and s des
a ,: rs equlva enl to the heattransferred
cLii io naaLF ED sP^.! lo occupLed space through the f oor
above the P enu m
.ALOI I.IET€N HF/N L'St
-OP A(D S OFS

Typica p enum negat ve static pressure is 03_05 (lnches waler ga!ge)


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Return Air Data
HEAI EXTRACTION AIR RETURN

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-
4
=0s
:3 o:o

o'o

FETL.]F]N A R FLO!r' RATE CFM

Heat Extraction Data

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ts: r o..!r rr P:.r
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'111
rrl
Frr Fr\:c!Er - I

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I

i l-
The above data are based on
the Air Diff u sion counci
tADCIA r Diflusing Trotfer
Heat Femo.val Test Code
TC 66
To convert lnput data to watts
div de BTU/Hour by 3 '11
.,,
Calor meter heat loss top and E
s des s equ va ent to 1l're heat :
transicrred to occup ed 'ifiace
througfr the floor above lr-e
p enum

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VENTILUME II & 90+ TUMINAIRE
Return Air Data
AR FETURN II]ROUGI TWO S AIR RETUFN THFOUGH IWO S

o
AND HEAT EXTRACT ON AIF NETUBN

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I

50 70 r00
RETL.]RN A F FLOW FATE CFM FETUFN A F FLOW FATE CFM

Heat Extraction Data

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qETL]EN A R FLOW FATE C-M

The above data are based on RELAI VE LGHTOUTPUI

theArDiffusioncounci
tADCI A r Diff us ng Troffer
Heat Bemova Test Code !
TC,6 O
To convert nput data to watts,
div de BTU/Hour by 3 41
Ca orimeter heat oss top and
s des is equivalent to the heat
rred to occupied spac-.
tra nsfe
through the floor above the
penum.

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BASIC DATA ACCESSORIES
AVERAGE FOOTCANDLE
CALCULATION
fc=lumensxCUxLLF
area
QUICK-CONNECT
ACCESS PLATE
Permits wiring without oPening
luminaire. When K.O. in toP o{
EMERGENCY
LIGHTING
l\4a ny Lightolier Jluorescent
luminaires can be equiPPed with
,$
LUMENS for one warm white chassis is lifted, leads are ready internal batterY Power to Provide
fluorescent lamp: 20 watt= 1 300; to splice. Access Plate is emergency llg ht ng
40 watt=3200: 40 watt/U3= 2850r supplied as standard wrth the When normal Power lails an
40 watt/U6=3025 Multiply by HVP. 90+, Ventilume 1, inte rnal switch ing circuit
number of 'amps per lunt^a're Ventilume ll Mark "7" Troffer, immedrately aPPlies batterY
i*:
Grid/3 L!'tetroffe r and Z/I power to an inverter (which
CU (Coefficient of Ut lizationJ l'.a
(a) knowing room slze, find FCR Lytetroffer luminatres. converts DC to AC) to operate
(Room Cavity Ratio) lrom the one lamp Jor 112 hours. The E<

{ollowing tabie. (Note: this table batterv is disconnected afler 1Yz 5S


applies Ior 812'ceiling height only. hou rs to prevent damage f rom H
E:d
For other room dimensions. see overdischarge. When normal F:
Lighloler Application G ulde 10 01 ) power is restored, all lamPS are ff
K
sw tched to normal Power and
ROOM HEIGHT 8%' the batte ry is recharged
Tt NGTIl Most Lig htolier recessed
PLASTER FRAMES lu minaires use the General
r5
6J
1.t:
1
For use with HVP, 90+ Electric 6G5706 or 6G5707
Ventrlume . Ventilume ll and series wrth combined switch a.nd
l\,4ark 7 Troffer lum naires.
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15 sio naIiot"t inside the lurninarre.


Plaster frames are required onlY wiere 'ican be seen lnrough
la 51 i:,
:!r 15 5
l
for OVERLAP TRIM uminaires the lens or louver. When diffuse
used rn p aster cei inqs white shieldings are used, the
6t I: 'il
For installation rrulth lnd ivid ual signal light is not visible through
Units only, order the following the difiuser. For this reason, the
l,r II
5f :r catalog n u rn bers: Sky-Light luminaires use the
tr i (11No 10953for 1'x 4' Siltron UP3000 series which
/L
0 li
t (11 No 10955 for 2' x 2' incorporates a very small signal
4i i! (11 No 10959 tor 2' x 4', light which can be mounted on the
rl .l (1I No 10962 for 4' x 4' reg ressed frame. Both systems
I r;
:! For contin uous run include a nickel-cadmium
I in stallation s order the following recha rqeable ba tte rY:
'nverter:
I ,l! 1
cataloq numbersl charqe.. test swrtch. signal light.
'Jrt ii Approxrmate lig ht outpUt of
FOR 1' x 4': [2) No. 10952
End of Run Plaster Frames {or 4OW lamp on emergencY c rcuit:
each run with enough No 3O% of normal with Slltron
1 0954 Joiner Plaster Frames to
power pack 15% of normal with
(b) Knowing RCF and room make up the desired length of G E. power pack Battery
rellectances, find CU from CU continuous ru n. recharge tlme uP to 12 hours
table for a particular luminaire FOR 2' x 4'; [2] No 10958 wlth Siltron power Pack; uP to
(lf retlectances are not known, End of Run Plaster Frames for 72 hours with G E. Power Pack
assuTne .80 ceiling, .50 walls, each run, with en()ugh No. For comPlete nf ormatlon on
.20 f loor ) 1 0960 Joiner Plaster Frames to lu minarres avai able for
LLF (Lig h t Loss Factor- make up the desired ength of ernergency lig ht ng operation,
formerly known as Maintenance contin uous ru n. consult Lig htolie r representative
Factor) com pensates for dirt SECU RITY/EARTHQUAKE DIMMING SYSTEMS
accumu lation and lamp Lumen CLIPS L'gf'tol er f luorescent 'Um ndrl€s
depreciation). Fecommended Used to fasten luminaire to can be used with one-lamP and
value for well marntained air ce ling f raming member two-lamo dtmming ballasts
conditioned space: parabolic Avaiable for 'lay in umina res which are comPatibie with solid
louver luminaires .85, lens and
d iff user lu mrnaires .75.
To order, specif y Secu rityl state dimming co ntrols (bY
othersl For comPlete
6t
Earthquake C lps
AREA: Room area -i- number of nformation, consult Lightolier
lu m ina ires. representative.

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