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ENERGY EFFECTIVENESS IN LIGHTING
WITH SURFACE FLUORESCENT LUMINAIRES

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Contemporary surface f luorescent The luminaires in this Guide offer
lighting offers dual benefits - the a choice of light distribution and a
eff iciency of fluorescent light selection of styles jor surJace,
sources together wjth a choice oI stem and wall mounting.
styles and {inishes Jor creating a
D iff user luminaires give a
variety of architecturally-integrated
very broad distribution of
luminous environments.
light, create a bright, airy feeling.
ln this Application Guide are found wood{ramed conslruction may be Totally luminous forms spread a
surface, stem and wall mounled beyond budget. glow on the adjacent ceiling,
luminaires for many types o1 softening the brig htness contrast
areas: working spaces such as between the luminaire and its
off ices, laboratories, libraries, Higher energy costs have surround. Translucent white
kitchens and utility areas, sharpened our interest in 'energy- panels in opaque, shallow
circulatlon spaces such as etfective" lighting systems - f rames of genuine walnut

corridors, halls and lobbies: livinq systems which provide good or oak finish vinyl look built in, can
spaces such as lounges, dining lighting, yet require low energy be used where lighting js not
rooms and recreation rooms. input. The true measure o{ a wanted on the ceiling or where
lighting system, however, is not ceiling flaws should be concealed.
There are a number of reasons
how much light is provided for a
why surface, stem and wall Circline lamp un its are
given energy input, but rather how
mounted luminaires may be compact, yet provide
pre{erred over recessed effective the light is for a given energy-saving elf iciency
luminaires. There may be an energy in put. -
especially important where round-
esthetic preference for articulating The effectiveness of the lighting the-clock lighting is required.
the lighting as a design element, mrist be related to the intended
Prismatic shieldings in
rather than attempting to conceal activities, the visual tasks and to
shallow matte white or oak
it by penetrating the ceiling plane the interior environment. Since finished frames give a more
with recessed luminaires. The there is a wide range of light
controlled distrjbution oI lig ht,
designer may wish to expose the control media, styles and sizes
optimum eff iciency and reduced
building structure. avoiding the available in surface fluorescent glare, can be used in executive
use of suspended ceilings lighting, it can frt the needs ol
offices, reception areas and
altogether. And. structural
conditions may dictate the use of
surface luminaires: the ceiling
may be o{ concrete; it may be
many kinds of spaces. Those
lig hting systems which utilize
energy most effectively to provide
good visibility and pleasant
Iounges.
Parabolic louver luminaires
give a broad type of light
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necessary to maintain the integrity su rround ings can be termed distribution, yet provide excellent
of a fire-rated ceilinq; or the cost ''energy-effective' lighting glare control-of value in offices,
of framing out for recessing in systems. laboratories and classrooms
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where critical visual tasks are changes, i.e, lower labor and lamp apartment house corridors,
performed. The shielding systems costs) f luorescent lighting nursing homes and other areas
are composed of large, semi- requires. Allhough f luorescent where the ambience should be
specular anodized aluminum lighting may cost more initially, Ii{e cheerful. Also, Warm White
parabolic reflectors or of smaller- cycle costing will show a payback fluorescent lighting is useful in
scale in jectio n - m o lded parabolic period of as little as one year. The providing a better match with
cells with a deposited aluminum tables below compare the energy incandescent lig hting since the
optical finish. and lamp cost savings of two are commonly lound in
f luorescent over incandescent adjacenl spaces in homes. offices
ll- Wall-mounted luminaires
- lighting and are of value in quickly and circulation areas.
ranging from softly
estimating payback periods. (For Finishes on ceilings, walls, floors
illuminaled lrame-onjrame units
a more complete listing of lumen
to luminous squares of acrylic and furniture also affect energy
values, see page 36.)
accented by touches of polished consumption and colors. Dark
chrome, oxidized brass or oak Fluorescent lamps are available in finishes tend to absorb light, thus
veneer- give controlled several tones of white. Warm wasting watts. Lighter finishes.
illumination that adds interest to a White lamps are often preferred especially when used in smaller
space, highlights wall signage and over Cool White for ofiices, stores spaces, reflect light, with the result
graph ics. and banks because they provide a that more usable light can be
color quality that approaches that gained from the same lighting
Slim, shallow canopies system. Slrong colors on the f loor
of incandescent. The Deluxe
. linished in satin chrome, (Cool White or Warm White) will reflect a light shade of the
oxidized brass or pure white, on lamps provide excellent color same color to the ceilinq.
which elegantly capped bare rendition but produce somewhat
lamps are supported, can be used
less lighl. These lamps have a
on ceilings or walls. higher initial cost but may be a
Modular cylinders in worthwhile investment,
'gleaming polished considering the many years o.f
aluminum or brass or bright white quality light they provide.
Jinishes can be slem-mounted on
ceilings or walls or suspended on ln an efforl to conserve energy,
aircrafl cable to create a varietylow levels of illumination are often
of con{igurations and strong maintained in corridors, foyers or
visual impact. other circulation and utility areas.
Cool White fluorescent. at low
EFF!CIEE{EY AruS iYiA!ruTENAFIC€ levels of illumination. tends to
ln evaluating a decision as to produce a bleak, un inviting
whether to use fluorescent or atmosphere somewhat dismal and
incandescent lighting, especially depressing.
in areas where incandescent may
have been used before, many On the other hand, low levels of
factors play a pafi. Warm White fluorescent lig hting
have a color quality approaching
Two of these factors are the much the warmth of incandescenl and
higher efficiency and the much can create a cozy, invlting
lower maintenance (fewer lamp atmosphere more suitable for

SAVINGS COMPARISONS OF FLUORESCENT VS, INCANDESCENT LAMPS


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24 HRS/DAY tconiaor. nattt 10 HBS / DAY re," **r 5 HRS/DAY (Home K tchen)

eranl e I FLU0BESCE T LAltlPS INCANDESCEN] LAMPS

2-40W,eola* '" " 4'75W s176 $138 $100 s73 $57 s42 s37 $29 $21
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: unens t025 2610 rn?is $103 sB0 s57 $43 s33 $24 $22 $17 $12

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3 @ "0n,.' S85 $36 $27 sl9 $18 s14

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$48 $33 $26 s20 $14 $13 $10 $7

L, @ 1-22W ^,,.1J,5y. $34 $26 $ 18 $14 sll $8 $7 $s $4

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ENERGY-SAVING OPTIONS
There are many options {or
expanding the inherent energy-
saving characteristics of
Iluorescent lighting. One is to
provide for two-circuit operation.
The lamps in each luminaire may
then be divided between the two
circuits so that some may be
switched off when less light is
required.
Another option is to use lower-
wattage versions ol the many
standard lamps available. These
lamps (in the 40W size) reduce
power consumption approximately Glare in the field of view causes discomfort.
14-15"k and light output 3-9%.
Several types of energy-saving Diffuser luminaires,
ballasts are also available. which give
Multi-level ballasts plus the
necessary switching controls
permit fluorescent lamps to be
a very broad
distribution of light but
do not suppress
al
operaled at various intensities. glare-producing light
providing energy-saving flexibility. rays, are recommended where
"Low-energy" ballasts reduce both
the wattage consumed and lhe
light output approximately 25%.
visually demanding tasks are not
usually performed such as in
lobbies, lou nges, corridors,
or
Other special premium ballasts kitchens, utility areas - or where
consume less power lhan some tasks are per{ormed but
standard ballasts, yet yield full very little of the ceiling is in the
light output. (For complete peripheral vision.
information, consult Lightolier ln a large room devoted to visually
representative. ) demanding tasks and where an Prismatic lens luminai res,
extensive area of the.ceiling and which give
GLARE CONTROL the brightness from a large a more controlled
Since surface mounted luminaires number of luminaires are in the distribution ol light and
give different types of light peripheral vision, good light a better control of glare
distribution, each should be control in the 50' to horizontal than dilfuser luminaires, ,r" rn-"
evaluated as to its suitability for zone is necessary. suitable where visuallly
the application and as to its demanding tasks are performed in
potential for creating glare. off ices, reception areas. nurses
stations, conlerence rooms or
The eye is protected to a certain
where an extensive area of the
extent from overhead glare. This
ceiling is in the peripheral vision.
can be visualized by looking in a
horizontal direction and, without Parabolic louver luminaires.
moving the head, rolling the eyes which give
upward toward the ceiling. A Conversely, in a small room where a broad type of hqht ,/
portion of the ceiling overhead fewer luminaires and very little of drstnbution.. together
cannot be seen. At viewing angles the ceiling are in the peripheral with the highest degree
greater than about 50' from the vision, a lack ol control in the 50' of glare control, are most -suitable
vertical, the ceiling is in the to horizontal zone is less where critical visual tasks are
peripheral vision and the objectionable. Therefore, perlormed {or sustained periods in
luminaires in that area of the luminaires should be chosen olf ices, libraries, laboratories,
ceiling will cause glare unless the which provide a degree of control classrooms-or where a very
light distribution beyond 50" is that is correctly related to the large expanse of ceiling is in the
suppressed. function and the size of a space. peripheral vrsion.

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ln recent years, the evaluation of Sometimes we instinctively try to When designing lighting using one
direct glare in terms of Visual move our heads to one side, away or two luminaires to illuminate a
Comfon Probabitity tVCP) has from the veiling rellections. But specific visual task it is helpful to
become widely accepted. The most task viewing is done facing know the level ol illumination
VCP is the probability that a straight ahead and looking down provided by a single luminaire.
person seated in the commonly- at an anqle of about 25" from Diagrams showing the footcandle
Iound worst position in a room (at the vertical. Therefore, veiling values obtained {rom a single
the center rear) will find the reflections are at their worst when luminaire may be found inside the
degree of glare just acceptable a luminaire is direclly in front of a back cover.
and is based on the measured worker and located so that its light
ln a large open office. where manY
reactions ol hundreds of people. rays fall on the visual task at an
luminaires contribute light for each
angle o{ 25' from the vertical.
Parabolic louver luminaires (pages task, avoiding the offending zone
6-11) provide a VCP of about 90. is impractical because what is an
This means that probably 90% or offenoing zone lor one worker is
more of the persons seated at the usually a good lu'ninaire'ocalion
back of a room would Jind the for many other workers. However,
luminous environment veiling reflections may be reduced
comfortable. As a comparison, by using luminaires having a
prismatic lens luminaires provide ) reduced light output in the zone of
a VCP of only 60 to 70. O" to 30' from the vertical so that
reflections in the task at the typical
t Eliii-lNG REFI-E|CT|0N S 25' viewing angle are reduced.
Another important consideration
in evaluating the energy For example, the Sudace HVP
elfectiveness of a lighting system Head movement does not luminaire gives a special "bat
is "veiling reflections" caused by always avoid veiling reflections wing" type o{ broad light
reflections of a lighl source in a distribution that controls veiling
Veiling reflections can be reduced rellections by concentrating most
visual task. When this happens,
by avoiding this location, often of the light output in the 30" to 60'

c the task details which are usuallY


dark take on some of the
brighlness o{ the luminaire, which
reduces the contrast between the
called the ' offending zone." For
instance, one luminaire can be
placed on each side of a desk, or
energy-effective zone, so that only
a small portion is directed into the
0'- 30'veiling reflection zone and
one luminaire can be placed into the 60' 90" glare zone.
dark detail and the white slightly behind the task area. The
background. Thus, a 'veil is least deslrable arrangement is
imposed as an obstacle to our one in which the luminaire is over
v is ion.
the front edge oJ a desk-in the
"offending zone. '

Therefore, veiling reflections are


reduced even if the luminaires are
in a uniform array unrelated to the
task locations. The importance of
reducing veiling rellections is that
equal visibility may be maintained
No veiling reflections
at lower lighting levels.
For a more detailed discusslon of
Visual Comfort Probability (VCP),
veiling re{lections and a criterion
called Equivalent Sphere
I ll umin ation ( E Sl) which evalu ates

how lighting systems affect task


visibility, see Lightolier Recessed
Fluorescent Lighting Brochure
No. 27011 .

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90+ PARAtsOLIC LOUVER- A h ghly elf c ent lum naire whlch comb nes
very ow apparent brightness w th wide
candlepower dlslribut on,90+ s dealforuse
wherever critica v sua lasks are perforrned.
The ghtshied. rgidy constructed of large
parabol c-shaped reflector ce ls of semi-
specu ar anodized alum num. contro s veiling
re'f ections and e iminates glare lrom the ceil
ing, thus assuring max murn visual comfort
(see VCP values on page 7). Lghtsh eld fits
prec se y lnto a c ean y detailed matte whlte
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housing with a sha ow regressed matte black
chassis that forms a contlnuous revea at the
cei ing lne. Concealed hinges and snap-
action latches s mplify maintenance. The
90+ lumlnaire s also ava abie in a recessed
vp 5io- (see B ocuL e \o.270 1).

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Parabo c shaped relector ce s ol sern specular
anod zed a um num, formed by intersectLng b ades of
do!b e parabol c sect oni b ades are inter ocked to re-
'I s st delormation and are closed at top lo assLrre r g drty
and maxrmum ref ectance has concealed h nges and
latches operable frorn ether sde withoul to!chng
f n shed surfaces (2) Housing:5rrrr deep fastened to
chasss has rnatte whle fnsh (3)
Chassis:15,s
deep sel back i! lrom hols ng rnatle b ack lrn sh
Ballasts: Bapd Slart HPF thermaly prolected Cass
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HVP- PARABOLIC LOUVER HVP ls a low-br ghtness luminaire that
provides H qh Visual Performance through
control o{ g are and vei ng ref ect io ns,
thereby lnsur ng co mf o rtab e wo rk ng
env ronments for offices, c assrooms, library
reading and stack areas. HVP can be surface
or slem mounted d rectly on the ceiling or
within coffers, lndividually or in continuous
runs. js ideal where a strong visua element is
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Arcuate parabolc shaped formed of serni specular
anod zeal a[]mLnlrrn rel ector sheel; concenlrales lhe
llght oulpul n the 30 -60 Tone so thal only a small por
I on s d reclcd more hor zonta y ( nto the 60 -90' glare
zone) and more verlcally ( nto lhe 0 30 ve ng rellec
I on zone). (2) Louver Assembly: Parabo c-shaped
iormed of sern spec!lar anodized a uan nLlm relector
sheel provdes ow brqlrlness n efgthwse and
crossw se v ew ng concea ed hLnges and aiches op
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'l w th seamless drawn ends that f t ilush nto matchrnq
oflset n sde oi housing no exposed meta edqes:
matle whte lnsh Ballasts: Rapd Start HPF
thermally protected C ass P CBN/ cerltedbyE.TL
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c-% Ko '
D - (6) 2!1" x li Slots

Thel0 0{,rgQ!crCac!at Ch tsare base{l0n r0omslrlace relectances0l80%ce ng 50"i


wals anl'20% l00r C0eli r enrs 0llti 110i are ln 20"" eltect!e 1100r cality rel eclance
BCA= I lFm wLdth l0rNliq Nt JliDrc!rd,t prr.el
acB= 5iFm \t'Ldrh 2:Mrq Hr rboveworlDr.el
RCR l0 lFm w dlh=Mlq Hl Jbov! work plrner

ti 2 Lt..40W
SPACING nATIO: Fara le =1.1r Perpend cular:1.7
Ce nP Cd!
Rer.(tiire
ir
t.T.L. REP0nT N0. 12683C
30 I
RdrLt;nLe rLr l0 l0l50 l0
I
50 l0
1o 50 30 10

I
- 10""
l,'
'L'l-*-
63 61 59 59 58.57.55.54 53
57.55 53.55 53 5t 5t t0 49
I
53 43 17 50 43 45 47 16.4J
I .J3 ,14 ll 46 ..13 .41 .4d .41 .40
.44 .40 37 42 .39 36 10 .38 .36
40 36 3j 39 35.33 37.3,r 32
I
36 32 29 35 31 29 34.31 .29
33 2A .26 12 2a 25 .3A 27 25
.29 25 22 28 25 22 ?7 24 22
"l )1 22 2A 26 .22.19 25 22 19

illi
I

IES VISUAT C()NIFORT PROSABII,ITY (VCP)

l*' RTPoRT N0. 12683

lOO FC, REFLECTANCES 80/50/20


c \" trl4 st
R00v tutr4lNA lRt cqossl\t\,
LUMINAIRES

I
I
w L 8.5 10013016_0 8510.0130160
I
20 20 94 9l 88 80 93 89 85 74
,ql 20
20
30
4A
94 92 90 84
94 93 92 86
94 91
94 91
87 79
89 8l
30 95 93 90 81 !5 92
i',
I
20 88 76
30 30 95 94 92 83 95 93 89 80
30 30 95 94 93 86 95 93 90 81
2 Lr. 40W 4 Lt.40W 30 60 95 q4 93
q5 94 88
q4 aq 96 94
q5 q4 91
q2 83
30 80 a5

40 20 96 95 92 83 96 94 90 79
40 30 96 95 94 86 96 94 9t 82
40 40 96 95 94 88 96 S4 92 84
40 60 95 95 94 8'l 96 95 !l 85
40 80 95
q5 95
q4 94
q4 90
qn 96
q6 95 93 8/
40 100 c5 93 a8
60 30 96 96 94 88 96 95 93 85
60 40 96 96 95 90 96 95 !3 86
60 60 96 95 95 91 96 95 93 87
60 80 95 95 95 9l 96 95 94 88
60 100 95 95 94 9L 96 95 94 89
100 40 97 96 96 92 97 96 94 89
100 60 96 96 96 92 96 96 95 90
100 80 95 95 95 92 96 95 95 90
100 100 95 95 95 92 96 !5 95 91

t-r(it-tT()l-I l= lt-
LYTECEL PARABOLIC LOUVER Lytecel provides a surface brightness so
low that it approximates the brightness of
the ceiling, eliminating glare and assuring
visual comfort (see VCP values on page 11).
The lightshield, formed ot parabolic.
shaped 1y2" x 1y2" telleclot cells. of
0(
inlection-molded acrylic with an optical
finish of vacu um-deposited aluminum, is
supported by a concealed aluminum
frame. The shielding assembly, contained
in a matte white housing with a shallow
matte black continuous reveal, swings
down from either side for relamping.
Lylecel is a design-coordinated counter-
part of Recessed Ventilume | | (see
Brochure No. 27011).
'f,lanLriaclure.l !nd-.r Pal-onl No 2 971 083
cens-!d ir,,'1lre Generar E ectr(] Co

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Lighlshield:


One-prece, injection - molded acrylic.' lattice ol
parabolic-shaped reflector cells (1y," x 11/r" x 1");opti
cal finlsh of vacuum depos ted aluminum protected by
a baked acrylc lacquer of the palest gold tinl; ight-
shield s supported by a concealed extruded alurftnum
lrame wh ch has concealed hinges and snap act on
lalches operable lrom ether sde without touching
linrshed surfaces. (2) Housing:3s/s" deep lastened to
chassis has matle whrte lin sh. (3) Chassis: T%" deepi
or
set back 7s " from housing; matte black iin sh. Ballasts:
Rapid Start HPE thern]aly protected C ass P" C.B.l\4.
certiiied by E.T.L.
"Acryllic meets local lre codes whch in many instances,

STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS


T-
A
DOUBLE STEI,4 (2)S NGLE STEMS

2122x4'
Slem Sets on paqe 35

CONTINUOUS MOUNTING
NOTE i{" PS

F rluRE CENTER,TO'ENTFF
SIZF D STANCES
-
1'x 4' 2't 1'

ORDERING INFORMATION
CalaoO

15135
15136
No Lamps
2 40W

2-40W/U t
lNomina)
I'
2'x2'
x 4' 0r
15137 4 40W 2'x4'
lSocLels sel for 6' eg spacing.
A= th' Ka FOB POINT AY POINT FOOTCANDLE VALUES OBTAINED
B:1\6" Ko FROII,il A SINGLE LUMINAIBE SEE INSIDE BACK COVER,
c- (4) i% Ko s
D=e) e/11, x l;"Ko s srols

Ihelo 0w,np0!clCac!at Clrart\ e based 0rrroom surfac". rel eclanrs o{80'; ce r,rg 509i
wals ard 20"" l0m Coel{c en15 0l Ulr u 1m ar l0l Z0% ellert{e 100' cav ! relhdance
FCR= I F,n Wdrr=l0rNlrq F1 Jboleio,rDanel
RCR \{_ d(rr=2 r Mrq Hr .n,o!8 !!ork p ane)
S 1R,rr
ql RCR 10 F,! Vl lrh=Mro
l. 'i

2LtJ4OtN/U (2,x2,)
SPACING RATI0: ParalLe 1.1: P€rpsndicu ar l 3 l.T.L. RtP0Rr N0. 1373lC
2 Lt. 4OVl /U
F- -it'=a-1
" 24'a"
rr
.47 ,45 .43.45.43 .41
,43.41 .39,41 .39 .38 .36
-40 .37 .34,38.36 34.36 ,34 ,33
.36.33 .31 ,35,32 30,33 .31 .30
.33.30 .28.32.30 .28,3I .29 .27
.30 .27 .25 .29 .27 -25 ,28 .26 24
,28 .24 .22 ,21 .24 .?2 .24 ,23 22
.r9 ,24 .21 ,19.23 ,2L ,19
.23.19 rJ 22 .19 .1,1 .2r ,19 .t7

vCP va ues f.r a 1OO f.c, instai atlon. in a 60' x60 x10 room, us ng a 2 1t.40 Watt/U unlt are
as folLows: Lengthwise,99; crosswise, 99

I 2 Lt.-40W (1' x 4') Elfeclive l.T.t.RtPoRTll0.l3730C


SPACING RAII0: Paral e 1.1; Perpendicu ar 1.3
I

.42 .39.39 .38


.41.33 .39 .37 .3s,37 .35 ,34
.37 .34 ,36 .34 .32 .34 ,32 .31
2 Lt. 40W .34.31 29 .33 30 .29.31 .29 ,24
.31 ,28 26 .30 .24 .26 .29 .27 .24
r t- l .29 .26 ,23 .24 .25 .23 .21 .24 ,23
l.- 1.)'..-
, 72..,"
8
9
.26 .23
.23 .20 .18
.21

16
.25 .22
23 .20
.2r .18
,20 .24 .22 .20
.16.20
.20 .18
10

vcP valres f.r a 1n0 f.c. installation. in a 60 x 60 x 10' room, us ns a 2 Li.-40 Watt unit are as
fo ows: lenethwise, 98j crosswise, 98.

4 Lt.-40W (2'x 4') t.r.L. rrPonT N0. 12750c


SPACING RATI0: Para e 1.2; Perpend cular 1.4

21".' -' '


23' - .50
,41
.39 .37
39 .35 .33
... ; ,35 32 .29
.32 .2! 26

.26 .22 .20 .25 .22 .24 .24 .22 .20


24 ?O 1a 23.20 .18 .22 19 .17

VcP !.lu-" ior a lool.c installation, in 2 60'x 60' x 10 room, uslng a 41t.40 Watt unit ar€ as
foL ows: lensihwise. 97i crosswise, 9/.
4 Lt. 40W
J--r1
tr-
- 24-i" -J, ..-

)o
r-t(it-lT()l-tl=1" t1
LUMIFORM@ I I LUMIFORM@ III A shallow light form with a housing fin-
ished in matte white enamel or medium-
toned oak finish laminated vinyl,
Lumjform offers a choice of a prismatic
lens or a matte white diffuser. Careful
detailing of housing and regressed matte
black chassis prevents light leaks and
light spillon adjacent ceiling. Shielding is
regressed 3/4". No extraneous hardware,
exposed hinges or latches. Shielding-
housing assembly swings down from
either side, remains safely suspended d ur-
ing relamping.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (l) Shielding: 100%


acrylic prismatic lens or 100% acrylic matte white dif-
fuser (2) Lumitorm I Housing: l\4atie while enameled
sleel; seamless corners precisely mitred, continuously
welded and dressed to prov de flush surfaces with no
joints. (3) Lumiform lll Housing: Oak finish vinyl-clad
steel; corners precise y mrlred and secured by inlernal
corner bracketst no exposed metal edges. (4) Re-
gressed Chassis; Matle black fnish. Ballasts:
Thermally-prolected Class "P 20W - Tigger Start
LPF;30W and 40W- Rapid Start HPF, C.B.M. certfed
by E.IL.
For Stem Mount ng Arranqements, see paqe lB.
o,r
CONTINUOUS MOUNTING
NOTE:%, I PS

by others

F URE CENTER-TOCENTER
SIZE DISTANCES

1'x4,2'x4,4'x4' 511/.',
2'x2' 271/r'
3'x3' 39]%',

ORDERING INFORMATION

Lumilorm i Lumilorm lll


D llL'ser I c.s D ln,ser I cns

13330 1-40W/Uf I' x 2'


13331 4-20W I'x2'
13150 13163 13332 13382 2-40W I' x 4'
13153 13166 13333 13383 6-20W 2'x2'
13154 13167 13334 2' x 2'
133E4 2'40W/Ul
13158 13171 13335 13385 4-40W 2' x 4'
13160 13173 13336 13386 6-30W 3' x 3'
13161 13174 13337 13387 6-40W 4' x 4'
13162 13175 13338 t3388 8-40W 4' x 4'
lSockets Set for 6" leg spacing.

12
FOB POINT BY POINT FOOTCANDLE VALUES OBTAINED
FBOM A SINGLE LTJMINAIRE SEE INSIOE BACK COVEB'
A: I1/z KO the i0l0r ns I]u cN Ca rLr alor Cb;ns are bsed or ,mm slrlace RCR= 11AnW.l!rr l0rM1q Hl rLoleltorkpaiol
B.%" KO ret sctames ol80'" ce rns 50"; ls and ?0% ll00' l]@ll
RCF= 51Bm $'drr,2(lntg Hr rbovtd.rrpaial
RCR 101Fm $'d1i (4rq rrr rb.vdiork Dl.ne)
c : (4) 1y',6" Ko's oentj 01 U ,zat
'a
m are Id 20% eihrlrw I 00r cav tv relhctad.e
D - (4) '1,7" x )1" stots
E - (6) rx6" Ko's 2 Lt.-40W (1' x 4') &
r Lt.-40W/U, 4 Lt.-20w (1' x 2') 7"atleciive LLL. REPoRT t{0- 111oSC
lel 1.2i Perpendicu ar 12 Ceilins Cav
1y
SPACING RAIIo: Para
8erectanle 80 I 50 r0
q"w, I
Ferlerlan(e 50 30 !Oll! lll0llo,M0
I Coeilicients of Utilization
,60 ,59 .57
.. I 2 .61 .5/.54 .58 .55 .53 .54 ,52 .50
.55.51 .4/ ,52 .46 .50 .45
3
.50 .45 .41 .48 .40
5 .45 .40 .36 ,39 .36 .33
.4r .36.32 .39 .35 .32 .38 ,34 .31
.36 ,31 .24 .34 ,30 .27
a .33 .24 ,24 .32 .27 .30 ,26 .24
2 Lt. 40W /U 9 .30 .25 .2r ,25 .21 .28 ,24 .21
6 Lt. 20W 10 .24 ,23 .20 .19 ,26 ,22 ,19

Arole C U s lo, 2 Lt 40 Wa(t ens !n ts


Abore da13 :cr 2 Lt 40 Watt ens I n ls F.r d,flrser !i ts: 2 Lt 40 wall; a rl r 0 9
F.r d ffuser u r rs 2 Ll ,10\ratl FC : u'j I lt 40[alt]u c!:035
ILl r04
40 U/att/Ll; 1 C ,1 Lt ?0 Watl: c U r 75
.l : rn \t/art rc r0:r !a

2 LL"4OW /U,6 Lt."20\t'l (2'\2't t-r.L- ntP0Rr til0. 11347c


sPAclNG RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 13

r'i rr:l .59.56.59


.52 .49 .54
L,l
.42 .37 .45
37 .33 ,41
..i 3_
,33.29 .37
.29 .25 ,33
I +i a. .26 .22 .30
,23 .24 ,27
1
eis uf ls Abn'. a lr s n, : Lt J0 v/att/Ll lis un ls
Ab.!. dala Io.2 Lt 40 \"'iatt/ LJ
Lers Lln Is D tluser Lli ls

5Lt lc ri3 FC rll9


2Lt 40wattLl 6Lt 2cwalr,cu rl05 2Lt r10 Watt/u cu r09
20 Watt,
6Lt?0WallF'i11 6Lt 20Walt CLr r09

I 4 Lt."40W (2' x 4') Erleciive


o/o l.T.L. nIP0RI N0. t0949C
1
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2; PerpendicLrLar l3 ca! ty
Ce LrnR
Refle.tin.e 80 I 50 I I0
il \ %WaL I I

"r 2 Lt.40W 4 Lr. 40W Rerre(ian.e s0 l0 10150 30 l0ls0 l0 l0

E
- ll -
I: I
.t-
+ BcB= 1
-.l
Cavity
8tt9--
Coeffic ents of Ut li2ation

---"-g ea
=rra
.a=i=l .so
;{_- .63.59.56.59,57,54.55,54,52
.5/.52 ,49 54.50.48 .51 .48.46
(- ,s1
,46
.42
.46 .43 .49 .45 ,42 .46 -44 ,41
.41 ,37 44 .40 .37 .42 .39 .36
.37 ,33 .40 ,36 ,33 .38 .35 32
.,1
rl .33 ,33.2S .36.32.29 .35.31 28
.34 29 .26.33,24.25 3l .24.25
.3r ,26 ,22 .3A .2a .22 .2A .24 ,22
.2A .23 .20 ,27 .23 ,20 .26 .22 ,t9
I ilil':
Above data lor 4 lt ,10 Watt ens un Is Abov. a U 5 1or 4 Lt 4Q wart lens !n ls
li For a'llu5er ui i5 4 Lr 40 vr'rlli FC r 0 9 For drfluser un ls 4Lt 40 wall c Lr r 0 9

'.1
6 Lt.-30W (3' x 3') % Etiective l.T.L. RtP0lT N0.10849C
sPAclNG RATIO: ParalL€l1.2r Perpendicular 14 Ce Lina Ca!ity
Ref ectanre 30 I 50 I 10
G.l 9. watt I I

I Rete.l3n.e 50 30 10150 l0 10150 30 t0


coelf.ients of Util zation
5 Lt. 30W
8-d+ ---m.
2 .62 .58 .55 ,53 .55 ,53 .54 .52 ,51
3 .55,5r ,48 .53 ,49 .47 .s0 .47 .45
! 4 50 46 42 .43 .44 ,41 .45 .43 ,40
5 45 40 16.43.19 16.41 .38.35
! 6
L31
41 3b l2 39 35,12 37 l4.3r
.32 ,29 .36 ,31 .23 .34 3l .25
a .34 .29 .25 ,32 .28 .25 ,3r ,27 .25
I 9 ,30.25.22 29 .25.22 .24,24 .22
N .2A .23 .20 ,27 ,22.19.26,22.rS

Abo,re data l.r 6 Ll 30 Watl .n5 un 15 Abo!. C ! s ior 6 Lt 30j,4a1t .fs unrls
l.r d lluser un ts 6 Ll 30 valt I c r 0 9 For a lllser !n t5 6 Lt 30 vr'atl. c u r0 9

6 Lt.-40W & 8 Lt.-40W (4'x 4') o/" Etlecllve


Ce Linr Ca!it!-
l.T.L. REP0nT N0. 11110C
sPAclNG RATI0: Parailel 1.2i Perpendicular 1,4 Refle.lan.e 80 I 50 I r0
o/^ WaL I I
Rir e(ran.e 50 l0 r0150 30 l0l 50 l0 i0
Cavily Coefficlents of Ut lization
,7a .12 .7A _65 .64
.67 .62 .59 ,63 ,60 .57 ,59.57 .55
,60 .55 .51 .57 .53 -50 .54.50 .48
.54 .49 ,51 .43
.48 .43 .33 .46 .37 .43 .40 .37
G] ,43 .38 .34 .42 .37 .33 .40.36 33
,30 .38 .33 .30 .36.32
!-l
It .35 .29 ,26
.32 .27 .22
_2925 ,32 .24 .25
.31 .26 .22 .29 .25 .22
.29 ,23 .20 2a .23 .20 ,27 .22 19
6 Lt. 40W & 8 Lt. 40W
Above data tor I Ll 40 vr'att !en5 unrts Above C ! s lor I Ll 40 Walt ens un ls
I
I 6 Lt 40 Watl, FC 10 a 81i,10\talt lc x09 6 l4nWari au rll 8Lt 40'n'atl,cu r09
6 lt ,!0 Watl: FC t07 l;Lt 40vrari:cu rl0

t-t(tt-tr()t-t t= lt- 13
CORONA A luminous panel of acryl c framed in a ux-
urious b end of satin-finished walnut and
birch, Corona creates an atmosphere of
e egance and warmth for residences, fine
stores, boardrooms and other distinctive in-
terjors. Matte wh te diffuser glves uniform iF
lumination free of lamp images. Shallow
f
frame wraps cleanly around modular b rch
grid, is carefully engineered to eliminate all
ljght eaks. Regressed matte black chassls
conceals ceilng irregulariiies.

E
SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Dilluser: 100%
acry ic;matte wh le finish;secLrred lo frame by removable
sleel retainers (2) Frame: Genu ne wa n!t, satin{inished:
b rch gr d sat n{inished; bu tt- n tght balfles at ends pre-
venl lghl spi ; opens lrom either side, rerra ns safe y
suspended dur fg c eaning and re amp ng no exposed
h nges or alches. (3) Regressed Chsssis: Die{ormed
stee i matte b ack linish. Ballasts: Thermally-protecled
C ass ' P.' 20W-Trigger Start LPF 30W and
40W Rapd Start HPF,CB M cerff edby E.fL

I For Slem fuloLr ri nq Arangemefis :ee palle TB

:,

NOTE] X" I PS
CONTINUOUS MOUNTING
0(

52'1',
2 x2' 2814'

OROERING INFOBMATION
{iata oq No Lamps lNom na I
l3lE2 .40w tit ) ^1
13184 4 zAW I'x2'
13192 2-40W 1' x 4'
13176 6.20W 2'x2'
13194 4 40W 2'x4'
13186 6-30W 3'x 3'
13198 8 40W 4'x4'
lsockels set for 6 eg spac ng

0(
A-llz KO
B -%" KO
C - (4) rfi6 KO's
FOR POINT BY POINT FOOTCANDLE VALUES OBTAINED
D r(4)Z, x% Slots -::l) FROM A STNGLE LUI\4INAIRE SEE INSIDE BACK COVER.
E - (6) 'l4 KO's
T
,l |-

Ihe10l0, ngQrclCalculal0rCha.harebased0rr00msurjacerefhrtanesoiS0%ce ing 50";


'' wa s and 20d; ll0or Coelfc,ents 0i Ut kat m e lor 20"i elfecttr llo0r cavity rellectance
I RCA= 11Rm W dth=l0x Mlq Hl. dbovs wo.k ts an.)
I RcR= 5 1Rm. w drrr-2 x MIg. Ht. above work p ane)
RCB-10 (Fm W dth-Mtq Ht abov. wo,k ! ria)
6 Lt. 20W
1 Lt. 40WU
4 Lt. 20W .fXr
J 2 Lt.-40W (15" x 52") &
^r-L
L JL
r
- )i- 6 Lt.-2Ow (27" x 28"1 &
-TL 1 LI.-4oW/U, 4 Lt.-20w (15" x 28")
E.Tr. REPoRT N0. 374804
lel 1.2i Petpendictlat r" ifiecJi"gty
SPACING RATI0: Para 1,.2

q#:#
c.lincp
Rer so 30 10150 30 10150 l0 t0
Rnn6
Coeflicients of Utilization
--
l. 46 .43 ,43 .42 .40 .39

Tn t\ l rl -
'::lf'ffi< ---+.-L .39 .36 .39 37
,37 .34 .31 .35 32
.33 .27 .31 .2a
35 36 35 .34
30 .33 3t .29
.26 .24 .27 .25

I -+r ---t--L -T.--f-- ,29 .25 23 .28 .25


.26 ,22 .20 .25 .22
.22 .26 24 .22
.24 .24 .21 .19
,24 .20 .r'/ 23 .19 .17 .21 19 .17
.2r .13 l5 ,24 .L7 .15 .19 .17 ,15
.19 .15 .13 ,13 .15 ,13 ,1,7 ,15 ,13
I ,!7 ,17 1r 13 11

Abovedala lor 2 Lt 40Walt unts For 6 Ll 20 Wall un 15 AboveC U sior 2 Ll 40wali un ls For 6 Ll 20wdtl un(s.
I Turlipychad values by I I
For r R 40Wa iU un ls mu I py.harl varues byo s For 1Ll 40waltr! unns null oyC LJ s by 105
For4 Lr 20 Watt unls mull pyclran va ues by0 7 For4 Lt 20wat1un rs muLt'pyC U s by0 90

4 LI.4OW (27" x52") &


6 Lt.-30W (39" x 40") % Errecrive E.T.l-. REP0RT N0. 3/5023
lel 1.2i PerpendicLrlar 3o I so
4 Lt. 40W SPACING RATI0: Pata
-- I
2 Lr. 40W 1-2 r0
R"r
.r _-- %F".1."."
I--
CTI
* L5 -
tI --,rl_----,
l
I
e;r
Fddm- ".r"*" 50 rn ro s0 lo lOl50 30 l0
Coefficients of Ut llzat on
-
.'.12.' .5r .49 ,48 48 ,47 .46 .45 .44
.46.43,40.43,41.39.40,39.37
,43

,41 .37 .34.39 .36.34 ,36.34.32


\2< \ ,36 32 .30.35 ,31 ,29 .32.30 ,28
32 .rA )S 3t .21 .25 .29 .26 24
.29 .25 ,22 .2A 24 .22 .26 ,24 .2i.
.26 .22 \9 .25 .22 ,19 .24 ,21 .r9
30i: I
,24 2A .r7 23 .r9 .\7 2r .r9 .11
,21 17 ,15 .20 .r7 .15.r9 .16 .14
19.15.13 .19.15 r3 .r8 .15 .13

Above data for 4 Lr --40 walt !i,rs For 6 Lt-3c Abole C.U. s for 4 Lt 40 Wait un ts For 6 Lt.
Walt un rs, mu t p y chart values bY 1 -10 !!art!i'ts. nu tiply c U. s by 1.1.
-t 2

8 Lt.-40W (51" x 52")


! SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2; Perpendlcular 1.2
'l t!

6 Lt. 30W

t'I :-i 39
C6Fffi.ients ol Ut llzat on

.48 46 43 .45 ,43 .42


,43,40.37 .40 .38.36
.39 35 32 .36 .34.31
5 ,34 ,30.28 32 .29 .27
6 .3r 27 .24 .29 .26 .24
7 .29 ,25 ,21 2a .24 .2r .26 .23 .21,
1
I .26 .22 .18 .25 .2r ,\A 24 .20.18
9 ,24 .r9 .16 ,23.19 ,16 ,21, .r8.16
l0 .2r 17 .r4 .20 .16,14
4212'
1t
GRID PATTEBNg

,tl. o !+:
15' x 28"

t",

I
I
27" x 28" 15" x52" 27" x 52'' 39" x 40" 51" x 52"

t-t(it-tT()t-t t= lt- l5
LYTE-OAK An lnnovat ve design in genulne natural oak
that is sk lfu lycraftedandenhancedbyasoft
lum nescence, Lyte'Oak lends tse i to a wide

oak frame and louvers support a translucent -T


variety of distinctive interjors. Bichly grained

whlte panel that f loods an area with even y dif- O,


lused lllumlnation. Fegressed matte black
chass s creates a reveal between ce ling and
frame. Shield ng assemb y swings down f rom
e ther side, s mpllf es maintenance.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Diffusen One p ece,


10070 acryl c, translucent wh tet matle f nish; concea ed
conlinuous upper I ange ocks d lfuser in p ace, does nol
cause shadows. (2) Frame and Louvers: Gefu neoak;no
exposed lastenings;each louver b ade c ross-lamin ated to
prevent warplng, exposed SUrlaces are fi led, sanded and
I nished with c ear aaalte lacquer, lghl lraps on lour sides
prevent lght eaks. (3) Regressed Chassis: Die-formed
stee ; matte b ack linish. Ballasts: Thermal y-protected
C ass "P ' 2ow-Trigger Starl LPF 40W-Rap d Starl
HPF, C.B.M. certll ed by E.TL

STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS

JfJl
DOUBLE STEM (2)S NGLE STEMS
O,(
FaF1 x2'.1 r.4 FAR2 x4
2x2 2 x4
Stem Sets on page 35.

CONTINUOUS MOUNTING
NOTE:%" .PS.

requ red hard\ryare


b\, olhers.

FIXTUBE CENTER TO-cENTER


DISTANCFS

1'x4',2'x4 s]x"
2 x2' 2t%'

ORDERING INFORMATION
Calalog No Lamps (NominaD

13632 1-40W/Ut 1', x 2',


13634 4-20W l'x2'
13652 2.40W 1'x4'
t3642 2-40WzUt 2'x2'
13646 5-20W 2'x2'
13664 4-40W 2'x4'
lSoclels sel lor 6'leg spacrng.
FOR POINT BY POINT FOOTCANDLE VALUES OBTAINED
FROI\,'I A SINGLE LUMINAIRE SEE INSIDE BACK COVER.
A 1'/2 KO
B ],;'KO
c (a) rl; Ko's
D (4):a, x l?'KO s
Tl'e I0 r0" gQuckCalc!ldl0r1]hacare based 0n r00m srlare el edances 0J80'; ce lns 50";
wa i a'rd 20'; i 00r CEllic ents 0l Utr aton ee 10.20". elhcl re llo0' cav ty rellectance
FCF= I lRnr w.rth-r0: Mrq Ht rb.vrro,k !dn-")
FCR= 51Rm Wdlrr-2rMrq fir aboveworlpane)
FCR=l01RD Wrtrr-Mlq Ht above io,r ! rnrl

i Lt.-40W/U & 4 LL."2OW (I4ya" x 27'a"\


SPACING RATIO: Para el 1.1; Perpend cu ar 1.3
.1 tlre.t !e l,I.L. REPoRT li0. 19067
C! ns L.! ty
."w;r--------1-
1Lt.-40W/U RPr erratrp 50 ro rqlq tq 4l!! !q !L
4 Lt.-20W
Ralio
46 44 43 43 42 41 .,i0 .39 .39
ar ro 41 39.37.39.37 36 36 35 34
,'.i ,
37 34.32.35 33 3t 33 31 30
33 30 23 32 39 27 30 23 27
.3A 27 .24 29 26 .24 .27 .25 .23
.27 .24 .2t 26 23 21 25 22 .21
25 21 19 24 2t 19 ?2 20 19
22 19 r5 21 .13 .16 .20.13.16
?0 17 14 19.16.14.13 t6 14
.13 l5 13 t3.15.13.17 14 t3
Above data ror I Li 40\4/U liits. Above C.Us fo. I Lt 40 Watl/U un 1s For
Foi 4 Lt 20W un rs nult Dry chart !: ues by I 5 4 Lt 20 Walt tri ts murt p y c u 5 by 0.35.

2 Lt.'40W (14%" x 51r'")


SPACLNG RATl0, Paral e l1; Perpendicular 1.3
.. re
t-
| ,,,-*r**' Ce
E'rerr
na C i!'ry
30 lso
tl
t.I.L. RtP0Rr rio. 19065

J ncn s RPr {ratr" 50 lo 10150 lo loLso 30 l0

\X 1=-8!!l-o l ca! ly coelfl.ients of LJiirizat on

l
I .X I
2
3
45 4,1 ,13 43 42 .41 40 39 33
41 33 36 39 37 35.36.35.34
37 3n 32 35 33 31 .33 3t 30
4 33 30 21 .32 29 27 30 28 26
J1 I
5
6
1
3
30.26.2,1 2A 26.2al 27 25 23
27 23 21 26 .23 .2t 24 22 20
21 2t .19 23 2a t3.22 2A 13
.22.19 .16 21 t3 16 20 l3.16
I 20 16.14.19 16.14.13 16 14
10 13 rs 13 17 15 13 17 1,1 12

2 Lt.40W/U 2 Lt.'40W/U & 6 LI.-2OW (26%" x 27'a"\


6 Lt. 20W SPACING FATI0: Para le 1.1i Perpendicu ar 1.3
9/. Erre.t ve l.]L. REP0nT il0. 19118
'.1-._--:]' I
i ' Re le.lin.p
'" \!all
30 I 10 I l0
f
in l50 ro ro lin ro i.
inoh-
I
i 1 45 1,1 .12 42 41 .40 39 39 33
2 .40 33 36 33 36 35 36 35 33
3 .36.34 31 35.32 3t 32 31 .30
4 .33 30 27 .3t 29 27 29 2a 26
5 29 26 24 2A 25 23 2t 2' .23
6 2/ 23 2t 26 23 21 24 .22.2A
7 24 2r 13 23 20 t3 22 .20.13
a 22 ta 16 2r l3 t6.20.13 16
9 .20 16 t,l 1q 16 14 13.16.14
10 13 15 t3 17 l4 12 17 14 12
Abore dal. ror 2 Lt 40w/U unils
!r I
Aboye C ! s ro, 2 Ll 10V/, U un ls For
Fo. 6 lt .20vJ !n rs mu I 0 y .hirl ues by ,1
6 Ll 20W uiilr, 6urt ply c u. s by r 05

4 LI.-4OW (26%" x 51!.")


0 Para le 1.1i Perp€ndicular I
SPAC NG RAT 3

9!Ellecl've rT t REPoRT N0 19119


R"r",i,"." Rr I 5. I ro
T;=war- i -_-t--
Rero.r.nLp 50 r0 lol5D ro r0L5! l! ln
aalrt! C.erl. -"nts ol U1 z.tion
,16 ,1,1 43 .r3 42.11 40 39 33
41 39 37 39 37 35 .36 35 34
3/ 3r.32 35 3l.31 33 31 30
33 3A 2a 32 29 27 iA 23 26
3A 26 24 2A 26 .?1 .27 25 23
27 2t 2i 26 23 2t .25 22 2A

t1
24 2r 19 23 2L 13 22 20 L3
22 l9 t6 2l t3 t6.20 t3 L6
20 17 ]i L9 16 tr t3 16 L4

r- r (i r-r -i- () t- I t= 12 17
LUMIPLEX A f ully uminous lighl source, so shallow that it

looks built in, Lum plex prov des fully diffused


lighting that minlmizes br ghtness contrasts
between the umlnaire and the adjacenl ceil-
ing. Frameiess, one-plece diffuser per-
manently retalns 1s d mens ons and pure
tflr
whlte co or, has no vls ble hinges or latches to
mar ts crisp lnes. Lumip ex s avajlab e in a
wide ranqe of sizes to permlt coordlnated
ight ng schemes, can be nstalled ndividua y
or in cont nuous runs.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: {1) Frameless Dif lusei


One-p ece vacuirrn formed from I007. acry c sheet
trans ucenl wh te: s des and ends b end into a cont nuous
nwardy lurned flange 1" wde a1 sdes and'X6'wde at
ends, th s results n a r g d, prec se form and al ows lhe d f-
Iuser lo be continuous y sLrpporled along bolh sldes of the
chassis h nges down lrom eilher side for re amp ng. (2)
Regressed Chassis: Diejormed slee matle back
f n sh Ballasts: Therma ly prolecled Class "P.
20W Trlgger Start LPF 30W and 40W-Rap d Slarl
HPF.CBM certf edbyE.TL

rl(

Slem Sets on page 35.


CONTINUOUS MOUNTING
NOTE]1,, pS

F XTUBE
. CENTER.TO{ENTEF
D]STANCFS

5A1/t
2't2 263/""

ORDERING INFORMATION I
I
13548 140Wi Ut 1'x2'

13553 2'x2'
13554
13558
13560
2 40W/U
4 40W
6 30W
t 2'x2'
2'14'
3' x 3'
c(
13551 6.40W 4'x4'
13562 8 40W 4' x 4'
lSockets sel lor 6 leq spac nq
FOR POINT BY POINT FOOTCANDLE VALIJES OBTAINED
FROIV A SINGLE LUMINAIRE SEE INSIDE BACK COVER.
Ihe io o{ ig Q!,rl 0alc! a10r C harl! a,e basd on rcom r,rlre rel e.tanres 80'. ce ig 501lalirnd 2D', imr Cmlr
A - 112" KO r enG ol LlI alion are 10, 20", elle.l,@ I mr .i! t! ,electanr..
01

B %" KO RCR= 1 rFrn llid!r l0 r urg Hr J!D'e r.ort prn!


c : (4) '16'KO',s RCR= 5 F,i !!xlrh 2 r {tq H1 Jlrove wo,i( D;.rl
RCB=l0lFn, \ldr] .,b!r!,rork Drn.
D : (4) Z3? x );' Slots M1.l H1

E = (6) rli' Ko's 2 LI.- OW (1' x 4') &


I Lt.-40 W/U, 4 Lt.-20W (1' x 2')
SPACING RATl0, Para le 1.2i Perpendicular 1.3 % Lrre.tive LT.L. RIP0RT N0. I1344C
Ce nE Cd! i1'
110 3n ts0
a;fr;r--------r--
e.lanrE 50 lo lol50 l0 r0150 l0 l0
Rei

Cav ly coefnc ents of Ul zatio.

.4/ 42 .33 42.39.35


.41 .36.32.33.34.30
.36 31 .27 33 29.25
32 .27 23 .29 .25.22
.29 24 21 27 23 19
.26.21, 17 .24 .20 tl
1 Lt. 40WU 2 Lt. 4OW /U .23 19 15 21 17 14
4 Lt. 20W 6 Lt. 20W
7l r6 13.20 15.12
ff--FT]. r Above dala {or 2 Ll 40 wati un rs AboveC Ll s ror 2ll a0walr un 15
l1 nulo!cU sbrL0
'qI
l-r+ *l i I .,il
:'
ForLLr,10W:i1i!unls
For4 Ll 20wari un ts ntrl py C Ll sby0as

2 LI..4OW /U & 6 Lr..20W


rtt="-t" i -tlo- ---F-:I'l- ,
t SPACINGRAIj0, Para te I 3; Perpendicutar 1.3
9; Errectile
Ce ia Ca!rll
l.T.L. RIP0RT N0. I1342C

I rr'-l - a;wr-I-
rn
ro r n
150
l50 :ro rolso
-fl)n
3o-10
Fffi--

.56 52 49 ,51 .43 46 .46 .44 ,42


.50 45 41 .46 42.39.41 39 36
.n4 39 35.4t.3/ 33.37 33 31
.39 .33 .29 36 32 2A 32 29 .26
.35.29 .25 32 28 24 2q 26 .23
.31 26.22.29 .24 .21 .26.23 20
.28.22 19 .26.2r ra.23.20 .17
.25 .20 .16 .23 .19 .15 .21 .13.15
.23 t7 11 .2r .17 .14 .i9 .16 .13

Above data iar 2 Lt.-40lll units. For 6 Lt.-20 Above C.U.rs ior 21t..40 Watt/U units.
Watt unjts, mu i p y chart va ues by 1.3. For6 Ll 20Watt!niis, rnuliip y C.U.'s by L0.

I 4 Lt.-40W (2' x 4') % Eiieclive l.Lt.

il1
REPoRT 110.11345C
SPACINC RATI0: Paralel 1.3; PerpendL( u ar
1.3: Peroendicu l.l
1
30 150 ll0
rF;r-
Rcrrecran.e 50 30 rolso 30 1ol50
r lo r0
4OW
2 Lt. 4 Lt.40W CoeJti. ents oJ Util 2alion
-F.='::L I _r---rE :--1 1 2. ,50
.56 52 .43 .51 .43 .45 .46 .42
- tl - -r ; ti .49 .44 .40 .45 .42 38 .41
.44 .39 .35 .40 .37 33.37
38 ,36
.33 .31
39 .33 .29 36.31 .28 .32 .29 26
_l .35 2S .25 ,32.24 24 .29 .26 23
1!: .3r 25.22 29 .24 ,21 .26 .23 .20
Di .28 22 .19 26 .2t ra.23 .24 ,t7
25 .19 .t6 .23 .19 .15 21 .r7 .15
.23 .tl .t4 .2r .t7 t4 .19 .13
",'
.' r L"..Lo ' '
.a,r

6 Lt.-30W (3' x 3') % Eriective


L- r. -l SPACING RATI0: Para lel 1.2i PerpendjcLrlar 1.3
t.T.L. RtP0nI N0.11343C
n"rL".l,*" - Rn I 50 ------I- I

(El %w;l
Rerte.tanle 50 lo lol50 lo rol50 lo ro
I tl
6 Lt. 30W
' --
.61 s6 .52 .56 .52 .s0 .51 .48 46
^rr-- E .53 43 44 .49 .45 .42 .45 .42 39
.47 ,41 .37 .44 .39 ,36 .40 36 34
.42.35.31 .33 34.30.35.31 29
.37 3r .27 .35 .3A 26 .32 .28 .25
.33.21 24 .31 26 .23.29 .25 .22
.3A 24 20 .24,24.20 .26 .22,19
I 2i .2L .ra .26 2t .Lt .24 .r9 .11
I .25.19.16.2,1.19.15.22.18.15
I

I 6 Lt"-40W & 8 Lt.-40W (4' x 4') o,r. Elrecl ve LT.L. REP0iT N0.11346C
SPACING RATI0: Para lel 1.3r Perpendicular 1.3
Ref a.lan.e 80 I 50 I l0
"" wrtt I I
Rerrerlanre 50 30 10150 lo r0150 30 10

Cavny Coefi cienls of Util zation


.T.--F6:6:--6T:61.-q 57 55 54
2 .58 .54 .50 .54 50 .43 .49 46 .44
3 .51 .46 ,42.47 ,43.40.43.40.38
4 .46.40.36.42.38.35.39.36.33
5 .40 .35 30 .33 .33 .30 .35 31 28
6 .36 .31 .26 .34 .29 .26 .3t ,27 25
ir--r
7 32.26 23 30 .25.?2.?8.24.21
8 .29 .23 2A.27 23.19 .25.21 .r9
'l l, 9
IO
.26 .2r 11 .25 20 17 .23 .19 .16
24 .t8 .15 .22 .18 ,15 ,21 1/ .14

6 Lt. 40W & 8 Lt. 40W Above daia for 8 1t..40 wirll uniis. For 6 1t..40 Abave C u's lor 8 Lt-40 Wrtt unlts- For
-.-::f.----*:-'-".1--1. Watt uniis, multiply clrart va ues by 0.8. 6 Li.-40 Watt units, multipry C.U.'s by 1.1.
^Dr---. j
: i-,ir
r-r(ir-rT()t-t t= t? 19
PRISMALINE' Prismaline is a shallow, crisp form offering
luminous efficiency and brightness control at
a modest price. One-piece shie ding has a
clear, debossed prismatic botlom, horizontal
interior prisms on sides. Rlbbed, matte white
end plates interlock precisely, assure lrue
alignment on continuous runs. Prismatic
t"(
shielding is continuously supported along
length ol chassis, swings down from either
side, remains safely suspended during re-
lamping.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Shietding: Extruded,


onep ece 10070 acrylc; clear, debossed prisrnatic bot-
lom; horizo|lal inlerior prisms on sides frameless: no visi-
ble hardwa re {2) End Plates: lnleclioftmolded prec sely
detailed vertical r bs provide true a ignmenl, preciFe irF
ter ocking in continuous runs; bu llin lghl trapi conc'ealed
snap-outs for lhroLrgh wiring; buit- n pivots for safe
suspension ol sh elding during re amp ng. (3) Rofl6ctot:
C,omplelely enc oses wir ng and ba lasl, removes wilhoul
lools Ballasts: Rapid Start HPi thermally-protected
Class P" C B.M certilied by E T.L.
STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS
-r-
8-fl-
-J I Laa'..J
___LL__._ l__l
DOUBLE SIEM f)(
,..iF-48,, ,,++ 48', ,

S NGLE STEM- {ONTINUOUS MOUNTING


Stem Sels on page 35

ORDERING INFORMATION

10321 2 40r{ 48ri' lAVz'


10315 4 40W 48r/4" 16"
)c
FOR POINT BY POINT FOOTCANDLE VALUES OBTAINED
FBOM A SINGLE LUMINAIRE SEE INSIDE BACK COVER.
A= " KO
1 /',
B=(2) 1:?" x ,':" S ots
C-14) r,1,' KO's

The 10 0w rg Q!,rl Ca c! ator lhah are based 0f r00m urlae rel {hnces 0180i ce ig 50.;
,a h anrr 20"; I0oi Cmll. eii5 0l Ul traton are lor 20'i, ellect,ve l0or cautv rei{tane
RCR= l1Rnr !i d|r l0rMrq Hr .L).vriorr.riiet
RCR= 5 Fnr !l drh 2 x Mr9 Hr rhovc oorr pr.fel
ncR=10 iPn lrttrh Mr, ur Jbo!, *.,I pinp

2 Lt.-40W (r0t/2" wide,


SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2i Perpendicular 1.5

1 .64.62 59 .58.57
,71 .68 .66.65
2 .63 59.55 58.55.53 53.51.49
2 Lt. 40W 3 ,56 .51 ,47 52 .48 .45 .43 ,45 .43
4 ,50,45 .40.47,42 ,39 43 ,40 37
5 ,45.39 .35 .42 .37 .33 38 .35 .32
6 .40 ,34 .30 .38.33.29 .35 .31 .28
7 ,36.34 .26 .34 .29 .25 3l ,27 ,24
8 .32 .26.22 30 .25 22 .28 .24 .2r
- 10,,,- -: 9 ,29 .23 ,19 ,27 .22 .r9 ,25 ,21 I8
10 .26 ,20 t7 .25.20 17 .23 .r9 .16

4 Lt.'40W (16" wide)

)1 SPACING RATl0, Pam lel l.3j Perpendicu ar 1.4 :; Elre.tive


Fefle.ranrP 80 I
Ref

cavrty
t.T.l..

ectadce 50 30 10 50
REPoRT N0. 3S9726
50 I l8
lo lo 50 30 1o
coelflcienis of utitizat on
Ratio
1 .65 62 .60.60 ,58 ,57.54 53 .52
2 .58,54 51 .54 5r .49 .49.47 ,i6
3 ,52 47 ,41 .48 .45 42 .44.42.40
4 ,46 .41 .38,43 39 .36.40 .37 35
5 ,41 .36.32 ,3! ,35 31 .36.33 30
6 .3/ .32 .28 35 .3r ,27 .32.29 .27
7 .33 .28 ,25 .32 ,27 .24 .29 ,26.23
a .30 ,25 .2\ .28 ,24 21 .26.23.20
9 ,21 .22 ,18 .24 .21 .18 .24 .20 .r7
t0 .24 .19.16 ,23 .19 .16 21 ,i8 .15

l,0

t-t(tr-tT()t-t t= 12
LYTELUME' I / LYTELUME' II Lytelume l, with a translucent diffuser of
uniform whiteness, provides soft, com-
fortable downlighling and generous side-
lighting ideal for corridors, stairhalls,
other circulation areas. Lytelume ll, with a 11^ t
clear prismatic lens on bottom and sides,
provides high-level illumination for ver
tical surfaces of library bookstacks or for
wall washing (see data on page 23).
Frameless sh ield ings swing down. remain
safely suspended on pivot pins, can be
removed without tools.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Lytelume ldiltuser: Ex-


trlded of+piece 1007o acrylic; trans ucent white; malte
finish. (2) Lytelume ll Prismatlc Lens: Extruded, one-
piece 1007. c ear acrylc; external linear prisms of vary
ing angles on botlom and sides. (3) End Plates: D ecasl;
ora^ selv deld.led w th ve tca ribs o as<u e p ec 5e
inlerlock and lrue alignmenl, bLrill n lighl trap remove
easiy lo expose knockout for through w ring. (4)Chassis:
D e formed steel; white enamel f n sh Ballasts:
Therma ly'protected C ass "P" 2ow-Trigger Siarl LPF
30W and 40W-Rapid Start HPF, C.B.M. certified by E.T. L.

4H
STEM MOUNTING

,',TI-I;Jl
u J---r f\(
S]NGLE STEM

SINGLE STEM_CONTINUOUS MOUNTING

Stem Sets on paqe 35

ORDERING INFORMATION

Lyre !me I
------a-=--aLyrelume
D lllser Lens Lanps Le.q(h

t0122 10192 1.20w 245/rc"


10123 10193 t 30w 36s/rs"
10124 10194 1.40W 48s/,s
10128 10198 2 4AW 96%
10990 JOINER llzlll(lt/z S/CW) 4%" Sq
I"IGHT 10\,v(10s14/rF)
11W0lSl4/lF)
15W05415)
(avai able ln a
variety of colors)

o(
)n A- r i:" KO
B=(2)I,'64KOs
C -(2) 15," x Iil,Srots
FOB POINT BY POINT FOOTCANDLE VALUES OBTAINED
FROM A SINGLE LUMINAIRE SEE INSIOE BACK COVER.

D =(6) ,'6l/ KO s e
E=(4) rf 6, KO s
6

P F

3
LYTELUME I LYTELUME II
f- Tl'e f0l/0w ngQu rlftlcu atorChartsare based 0rr r00rirs!riac".relkclarces0t80";c, ,ng.501
wa s and 20'. l00r r:oelloents olLlt irat orr are lor 20"i ellecire t10u Gv h rd {la;F
RCF- I 1nm W arh-10 i Mrq Nr abovo r!.rk ptafel
o RCR= 5 1Rnr. W drh ? r lvrq Hr aLove work ! d.el
e BCR=10 1Rnr. W drh Mrq tsr above lvorr Drri.l

F
l
1 1r..40W, I Lt.,30W & 1 Lt. -20W LYTELUME I
SPACING RATI0: Paraltel 12; Perpendicular l.T e'" Errect very E.T.[. REp0RT N0. 400007

:C: trHfl,.. 8!,--].l!+


lo rol5o
Reirectan!e 5o rol5o r0 3o rn
Caviiy Coeff cients ol Utitization
B4l
1 ,7r .67 .63 60 .57 55.47.16.44
2 .60 .55 .50 ,51 .4/.43.40.38,35
3 52 46 .39.35 35 32 29
39 34 .39 34.30,31 ,27 25
5 .40 .33 28 34 29 25 2/ 23 20
6 36 .29 .24 -30 25 21 2q 20 .17
7 .32 25 .24 ,27 ,22 ,r3 22 .!8 .15
8 .29 22 .17 .21 .19 .15 .20 16.13
lii ! "
9 26 .19 .15 ,22 .17.t3 18 14 11
10 .23 .r7 t5 .12 .16 12.10
Abov. d:ta lor 1 lt -10 \\].tt un ts For I Lr 20 Above C U s f.r I L( r0 Wart un rs For I Lt
\,!atl un ls. nrllt p y .h.d valles by 0 4 for 1 Lt I Lt Wa uins
ts
30 -20 u/art and 30 muttiorv
Watt ur mu tiply by 0 7 CU sbyl0

)1 1 Lt.-40W,1 [t.,30w &


SPACING RAIIO:
I Lt.-20w LYTELUME II
Pa.alle 1.2; Perpend cular 1 l
f
Ref
irtucJ
e.lance
'ety Er'1.
30
REPoRT
I 50
N0
I
400868
ro

"i',---*m[-;';F,.-;;ll.;
nnnm-
icienls.t lltiliTalidn
Coeff
-T_ tn :6l :64.61.5816 ltl8 17
2 .6' .57 .52 53 50 47.44.42 ,40
2 Lt. 40W 3 .55 49 ,44 .43 .43 .40 .39 .37 .34
4 .49 .43 ,33 .4J .33 .34 35 .32 .30
5 ,43 .37 32.33.33.30.32 .29 26
6 .39 ,33 .28 .35 .30 .26 .29 .26 23
7 ,35 ,29 ,25 ,3r ,27 23 27 23 2A
B 32 26 ,22 ,2A.24 .?D .24 ,21 .IA
I .29 .23 .t9 .26 .21 .IA 2? ,19 .t6
la .27 .2LI7 24 19 .16 ,20 ,!/ .!4
Abov€ data fo' I Lt 40 w.lt uiils For 1 Lt-20 Above C U s lor I Lr -40 Warr un rs For I Lt
Wau un ls n! t p y chart values by 0 4 for r Lt
Watt un ts, hu tiply by 0.7
30
-20 Wart and I Lt -10 Watt un ts. mu t otv
CU sbJ,rC
ll LIGHTING
LYTELUME II nara FoR LIBBARY
llcHTrNc DATA llB BooKsTAcK APPLICATIoNS
CE]L INC
5s.s fc TT-l 70 5 fc

6',6" 52.0 fc ' 6i 2 fc

5'6" 300fc 456fc

4'6" 22.O fc 37.8 fc

I(:gI T 3',6" 15.5 fc 30.3 fc


l)O(1 +
li- -t l 26" l0 s fc 24.1 fc

I o'."-l
1'6" 7 8 fc 19.0 fc

)o FLOOR
6"

WITH SINGLE
65fc
UNIT
163fc

WITH 5 UNiTS CONTJNUOT]S

Va !es shown are n t al foot.and es .n a veri,c. s!rface !s n! 40 Watt warm white lamps
Va !es at lcit are th.se obt. red us .q a sirg e Lyte !me I !nrti valLes at r 9ht are those
obtarned'nthecenterof a20'r!. of 5Lyre lnre I !nrs.

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LYTETUBE Efficient illumination, strong visual im'
pact and flexibility of application make
Lytetube ideal for home, office and a vari-
ety of commercial areas. LYtetube
cylinders in gleaming polished aluminum r1" I
or brass linish or bright white finish can
be suspended on aircraft cable or slems,
rotated 360' to provide downlighting,
uplighting or wallwashing. Optional ex-
truded acrylic prismatic lens. Completely
self-contained, with no remote ballasts.
lvlounting hardware suitable for individual
ortandem installations in continuous runs
supplied. For other configurations and
linishes, see the modular Cylindrical
Fluorescent System (CFS)in Brochure No.
27063 and Lytetube Brochure No.27070.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Cylinder: Exlruded


a um n!rn. Do shed a um nLlrn po shed brass or br ghl
wh le finrsh (2) Retlector: Formed oi specl.r ar Alzak'
assuTes max mum lrqht outplt (3) Optional Lens: Ex_
truded clear acry c Ballasts: Fap d Start HPF thernra ly_
protectedClass P CBlV. certiliedby ETL
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CABLE & STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS

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CABLE AND STEM MOUNTING-IND VIDUAL UNITS

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631'-+-1i1%' --+--11r%'

CABLE AND STEM MOUNTING CONTNUOUSUN]TS

INFORMATION

A Lm. rm Brrss B.clrl Sze.nd


sh Frn sh V/h le LamP Mounl .g

nrrrrm
Fn

- -- t 0, " .uPPl
" r0r 64ra'Lnrr:
| ed 90" l0rg
41930 41931 41932 "; ;n\^'6
' -"" ll2 org fo
112Y+" unit.

4re35 41e36 41e37


61vi;#
3::ii|li:if:lfl0n
- ln J-
41940 41941 41942 ^"lo Satnalmi
'', 40d" ilrr. t,_ di, '
19" lg.) and
canopies (4%"
dla.) supplied. e(
Extruded clear acrylic lens,4' lg.,
4i945
Use {2) lenses for 1127+" Ly4etube
FOB POINT BY POINT FOOTCANDLE VALUES OBTAINED

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FROM A SINGLE LUMINAIRE SEE INSIDE BACK COVEB.

Ihe f0ll0w ns Q! cl Ca cu at0r Charts are based 0n r00rn s!'face r"oll"octances 0r809 c". Ins.50%
wals and 20q ilo0r Coeflcrenls 0i Util?anon a'e ,0r 20% €llectve rloor cav 9 retectanc"o.
acH= 1 iFm r,flid r.to , lvtrq Nr above worti ptatut
RCB= 5 (Fm W,dnr=2 x firjrq Nr ,bov.work Dla..)
FCB=10 iFm Widrh=fiirs Ft ibovework obiel

1 Lt.-40W
Perptndicular=I.2
SPACI G RATI0: Parallel=1.2i Perprndicular=I.2
t.r.L. REP0RT il0.19087
DIRECT
80 50 lL

ffi 8ej!9qiq! 50 30 l0 50 30 10 50 30 10

Cavny CoehcentsojUtr zal on


1 53 51 49 5a.44 47 46 45 44
2 47 44.42 44.42.40 41 40 38
3 42 39 36 40 37 35 37.35.34
4 38.34 31 .36 33.30.34.3t .29
a 34 29 26 32 29 26 3A.24.26
6 :lo 26 23 29 25 23 27 25 22
7 27 23 20 26 23 20 24 22 20
8 25 21.18 24 2A.ra 22 20 17
9 .22 t8 15.2r ra 15 20 17.15
ro 20 16 t4 tq t6 l4 la t6 t3
I Lt..40W
fr, INDIRECT LLL. RtP0nT 0.19093
'f I
CeiIng Cav ly
B l ectartge
--l' .,.,,
A. NF 30 ro 50:o t0 a0 30 lo
/\ -.,/\5
FI I{; CoeficentsoiUiil zaiion

\Y/E a
42
:17
4t 39 25 24 23 05 04 04
34 32 22 20 1! 0,1 04 04
32 29 26 t9 17 15 04 03 03
2! 25 22 17 t5 13 03 03 03
25 2t t9 15 13 11 03 02 0?
2: t9 t6 1.1 t1 t0 02.02 02
2C 16 14 t2 10 09 02 02 02
8 L8 t5 i2 11 09 Q7 02 02.01
tt
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16 13 10 08 c7 02 02 01
1 Lt.-40W La t2 09 09 07 06 02 ar or

WALL WASH

58fc 46fc

Pt 25lc

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2

Lytetube unils can be rig dly mounted to


ceilng or wa lwith sterns, or suspended on
aircrait cable lrom ceiing ouliel box. 360"
roiation permils greal l exibiity lor lghtlng
objects n horizontalor vertical planes. Each
Lytetube un i, whether stem or cab e

o mounied, is packed w lh mounllng hardware


su rdble lo' r^d vid ,a o ra.den i'sla ld ion

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n conlrnuous TUns.

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LYTESTREAM Simple in line, elegant in detail and hand-
somely finished Lytestream can enhance
almost any interior with exciting patterns
oJ light. Slim, shallow canopies in satin
chrome, warm-toned oxidized brass f inish
or pure white support bare lamps whose
tnl
ends are capped in lubes of polished
chrome or brass f inish, or white. Optional
extruded acrylic diflusing shield available.
Boldly scaled, to cover all common oullel
boxes. Lytestream needs no exlra outlet
box cover, can be used individually or in
continuous runs, vertically or horizontally
on walls, and in striking geometric pat-
lerns.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Canopy Cover: One


p ece stee sal n chrorne ox d zed brass f n sh or sem
gloss white f n sh. (2) Canopy: One p ece stee matl'.
b ack f nish K.O for sw lch (3) Lampholder Cap: ABS
po ymer; e eclrop ated po ished chrome or po ished brass
f nish or seml gloss white lin sh (4) Oplional Diflusing
Shield: Extruded. lrans ucenl wh te acry lc sL.rpp ed wilh
malte black retaininq cl ps. Ballasts: Therma ly protecled
Class 'P 15W and 20W Tr gger Slarl LPF; 30W and
40W RapdStarl HPF. CB M certied byETL ,1(
CONTINUOUS MOUNTING
(Connector Supplied)

ORDERING INFORMATION

40300 40305 40310 1-15W 2l5ha


40301 40306 40311 L 2OW 215ha
40302 40307 40312 l30W 39%o
40303 40308 40313 l-40W 5l%o

ACRYLIC DIFFUSING SHIELD

40315 27k"
40316 l-20W Lytestream 2511rc" 21la"
40317 3l1ha" 27k"
40318 l-40W Lytestream

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FOR POINT BY POINT FOOTCANDLE VALUES OBTAINED

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FROM A SINGLE LUMINAIRE SEE INSIDE BACK COVEB,
A lrrz KO
B = (2) ri,a" Ho e

Thel0rl0*ngQuckCalc!attrChdlsarebased0r'o0msrrhcerelertances0l80%celins50%
wals and 20'; I oof CelIoents oi Ut lirat 0n a,e I0r 20'i' ellect!e l0or ft{ty relkctance
RCR= I iFm W d1h=10 r jr/lio Hr aLov! work planel
RCR= 5 1Fm W dth=2 : Mr't Nr rbove woik ! a.el
RCA=10 1Rm. W drh=Mrg Hr. ibove !!orr pranpl

I Lt.-40W 1 Lt.-30W 1 Lt-20W & 1Lt.-15W


SPACllic fiATl0: Parallel-1.3; Perpendicular=1.6

Rer errzn.e qO 50 l0
?" W:
Retrectance 50 lo rol50 lo ro 50 lo 1o
Ro.m
Coefi c entsoiUt rzat on

a6 .a2 7a 7a i i1 6a 66 64
6t 67 .61 57 58 55.52
74 61
56 50 58.52 41 51 47 43
6,1
56 4A 42 51 45 39 45 40.36
.49 41 35 45 38 33 39 34 30
44 36 30 40 33 2a 35 30 26
39 3t 25 36 29.24 32 2J 23
35 27 22 32 26 21 29 23 t9
9 32 24 19 29 22 18 26 2a t7
Abovedala lor I Lt 40W.ll !n ts 10 29 2t IJ 26 20 16 23 18 15
For I Ll 30 Watt un ts mu t ply clrad values by 0 7 Above C LJ s tor I Ll 40Watt unrts
For 1 Lt. 20 Watt !.its mlilrp y chart va les by 0 4 For I Lt 30 Watt r Lt 20 Watt and
For t Lt 15Watt lnrismLltrpychartvales by0.25 lLl 15 Walt unts m!tptycLl sbylo
I Lt. 30W

)1 l',
1 Lt. 40W

1 Lt. l5W

Ir= :
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REFLECT.A-LINE Versatile in app ication, the shallow and com-
pact Beflect-A-Line fits neatly under cabinets
and shelves, is idea wherever mounting
space is limited. A high-reflectance baked
white enamel ref ector contained in a matte
white or covert qray chassis assures max-
fe(
imum llght output, provides efficient I lumina-
tion for desk tops, counter tops, other work
surfaces. Completely self-contained, with no
remote ba lasts, Feflect-A-Line can be sur-
face or stem'roLnled .]oivdually or i'l con-
tlnuous runs. Stem mounted units can be
rotated to light objects in either the horizontal
or vertical plane, can be used to illumlnate
bulletin or chalk boards or backlight merchan-
d se displays.

SPECIFICATION FEATIJRES: (1) Chassis: One p ece


stee ; malte wh covert gray enamelfin sh. (2) REfloc.
1e or
ton D elormed stee: baked wh le enamel finish assures
^ a -'^ igh olrrp.' 'L y e_c o es wit g )tdps
secure y into chass s. (3) End Plates:
D e-cast, with
removable nserts lor through w r ng and stem rnount
n9. Ballasls: 15W-Pre-Heal LPF 20W-Tr gger Stad
LP F; 30W and 4 0W- Ra pid Starl LPF; 2 Llg ht
40W Rapd Start HPF, C B [il cerlified by E.T.L. (20W
30W and 40W ba lasts are therma ly protected C ass' P' )
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ORDERING INFORMATION
Coverl Gray [ialre !4]hrle Lamps Lenoth

10241 10242 1,15W 2?"


r0243 10244 t20t{ 3r"
10245 10246 L 3OW 43',
10247 10248 1.40W 55"
10249 10250 2 40try 106 "
Allabove unils (ercepl the lm" unit)have K.O Iorswitch.lront
and back (at balasl compadmenll

ACCESSORIES

Des.npl o. App
'.a1on
10948 End Stem llse one stem at each end
oi a f xture or rlf of frx
tures. Stem ength ot 18"
car be shoftend on the
lob us ng on y a hacksnw.
10949 l0 fer Stem llse ofe stem ai each jo nt
betweef lixtures n
cont nuoLrs ru ns

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A= ls'l KO
B-(2) Keyhol€s
C=l6rl KO
D-(3) lt" KO s

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W.en moLnred "s
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Wle. ro-.rpd
ro-.t"d ae
L - -LL Frcrle,r
D d.t.el Relle.t
n '@ sho6r. P-''pll-a-
slo6r. P'''pll_a_
d a-t".,.el
A-l rp po. op-
oo. op- --ts
--ts pro' Oes
rine p,o' 0"" an
I-. lpvpl" -or
{' d',,,o - I roorcandles ol
I f I _r 0
a
| wdrr-r5o
40 I lerrrcol srrface
I ll I too,Ldndre, 30 w-,r 4- - -. I r40 wdrt qer "c, a'
| ! -1, o -1os,oorcand Fa -!r L.e rllLsi-ajedl
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INDIVIDUAL REFLECT-A-LINE Stem-Mounted With Two No. 10948 Stems.

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)1 I Lt. 40W

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\ Fer e-r-A L ne

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li I oo,

i '!---l / /
| \ / I countercrocr.w se

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CONTINUOUS ROW BEFLECT-A'LINE Stem-lvlounted With One No. 10949


.loiner Stem Between Fixtures and Two No.10948 Stems for Ends of Run.

I O/"roIengrho r.r.- Ir- rl


cprte.-lo-..11e, -i
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ll
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Fer e.r-a-l,.e ,dofi"o. n 9ere.r-A.L.nc
Lsed 6 11 \o. 109.9 Lsed wr(l- No. I09i9
Srem Set rorares , Ll- S'em Se' rorares
80'w.-n,nsrdrleo / \ I---l-{-
/ \ I 200'whp. ilsralled
40w 1 Lt. tsw I Lt. 20W *,+..i,"",". 1r I llfI )\ lr ltI w rl rer.ecro.
'a(ils away no-
rrL no rowalds \ ,/ /

rzf .o"n: nq o o-". roLrrrle pra.e.


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LUMIFRAME WALL BRACKETS LUMIFRAME lprovides local direct illumi-
nation which can highlight wall graphics and
signage, also provides general indirect il-
lumination. Outer frame redirects spill light
against inner frame, creating a soft glow.
20W Circline and two-lamp 40W versions,
in all steel or natural oak and steel construc-
ol
tion, have open top and bottom for easy
maintenance-
S PECIFICATION FEATU RES
(1) Outer Frame: De-
forrned sieel fin shed in
charcoal qray, charcoal
brown or matte white. (2)
lnner Frame: Die-lormed
stee finished in matle
wh te, wlh charcoal gray
outer f rame i dle-formed

sleel I n shed in be ge, with


charcoal brown outer
fran]e; soiid oak, wrth matie
white outer frarne. Bal-
lasts: 2Ow Circline Self
20W CI-linF Self . {]_
Sran P.el ear. IDF: 40W ] fl.
:- 1r
qaord Sla tsl- ,u,"'
mally-prolpcted C ass P
C.B M cerirfred bV ETL

49r1ii6"

ORDERING INFORMATION

6563- Ivlatlc White and oak


Charcoa Gray and Nlatte White 20W
0ir. ne
sta. l-? |
Charcl]a Browf and Beige
l046it Charcoa Grav and N4atte Wh te 49"/r6"
10468t Charcoal Brown and Be ge 2 40W 49rr/r6"
10469i Nlatle Wh te afd oak 50,/ro"
'K.O. tor swtch al rght end
tK.O. lor pt] or turn swtch al each end.

LUMIFRAME ll wraparound shielding pro-


When mounted as shown. a vides shadowjree, soft indirect uplight and
singie 2 Lt.-40W Lumiframe
(10467) provides light ng evels
downlight. Open top and bottom simplifies
shown at work p ane herght and relamping and maintenance. [.4atte white or
_ 65fc 2Lf! 10fc _ at the fioor Room reflectances: bronze baked enamel finish.
work p ane
ceiing, 80%; wall, 50%; floor, 20"/.
SPECIFICATION FEATURES
38fc 23fc l3fc (1) Frame: Dieiormed
stee I n shed n malte wh le
or bronze. (2) lnleqral
Return Lip: Provided at
lop and botiom edges to
assure rigidity. Ballast:
Rapid Stari HPF ther-
mally-prolected C ass P',
C.B.M. cedified by E.T.L.

4A2s i3'" ,,8


48'
o
5112"

ORDERING INFORMATION

104771 latle White


2 40W 48'.
10478r Bronze

iK O. for pu or lurn swllch at each encl.


PRISMALUX WALL BRACKET Versatile Prismalux prov ides efficient
three-way illumination for utility and groom-
ing areas. One-piece acrylic shielding gives
qenerous upliqhtinq through a clear, ribbed,
top, soft horizontal lighting through a trans-
lucent white front panel and controlled
downlighting through a clear. linear pris-
matic bottom. This special design assures
evenly diffused general illumination and
glare-free lighting for grooming when Pris-
malux as mounted over a mirror. Satin
chrome finished end caps slide out easily
for removal of shjelding during relamping or
for mounting in continuous runs. Includes
convenience outlet and K.O. for switch.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Shielding: Ex-


lruded, one-piece 1007o acry ict clear ribbed lop, trans
lLrcent white front; clear, linear prsmatic bottom. (2)
End Caps: Seara ess, diejormed steel; sat n chrorae
p aled; caps s ide out for easy rernoval of sh eld ng, can
be removed withor.rt tools and rep aced by loiner strap

0 lor mounlng in contnuous runs. (3) Chassis:


formed stee i white ename iinish Ballasts:
Thermaly protected Cass P 20W Trigger Start
Die-

LPF; 30W and 40W


t lied by E.T.L.
- Rapid Starl HPE C.B.M. cer

A = 11i2" KO
B = (2) e/:2" xliz" Slots I
I
When mounted as shown
(l.E.S. recommended practice), T_*f-.,,
Prlsma ux provides the lolow ng
lighting eve s for shaving, n'rake- :
up, personal grooming, etc. i
40 watt - 90 footcand es
30 watt 65 footcand es
20 watt - 35 footcandles

ORDERING INFORMATION

10231 2 20W 24T2"


2 30W 363/r"
1023S 2 40W 487s'
10930 Accessoryr l0irer Strap fOi coft nuous
m0!ntirg (0der 0fe ess l0ifer strap
than the r!mber 0f f xtures in a row)
Alabove unis have a grounded convenience outei nslaled
on bottom su.tace of chass s, a1 rghtend and K O.s on bol
tom surlace al each end for pLrll or turn swiich

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DUAL.QUAD WALL BRACKET A glowing square of acrylic enhanced by a
center panel finished in polished chrome,
oxidized brass or richly grained oak
veneer, the Dual-Quad Bracket lends itself
to a variety ol contemporary settings.
Open top and bottom reduce dirt ac-
cumulation. Optional metal insert ac-
cessory for panel can be painted to match
any decor.

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SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Dilluser: Extruded,
irans ucent wh le acryl c (2) Cenler Panel: Sleel I n shed
n po shed chrome or ox drzed brass or oak veneer
Ballasts: Bap d SIart LPF. therrna ly-prolected Ciass P

ORDEHING INFORMATION

6740 Polished Chrome


10%" sq
6741 Oxidized Brass 22W
4" ext
6742 Oak Veneer
5743 Accessory, Primed paintable
metal insert for use as
pa el on b740, 67x
center ?!:,'
ai bl4t rLr'r
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KITE WALL BRACKET Elegantly simple, this shallow square of
luminous acrylic with side panels finished in
polished chrome or oxidized brass provides
generous uplighting and downlighting with
an energy-saving Circline lamp. Open top
and bottom reduce dirt accumulation, permit
relamping without removing diff user

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Ditluser: lnlecl on-


molded translucenl whrle acry ic (2) Side Panels: Stee.
po ished chrome or oxidized brass 1in sh. Ballasts: Bap d
Start LPF lheraaa ly-protecled C ass P

ORDERING INFOBMATION

6735
6736
Ct ne hmps
Polished Chrome
0xidized Brass 22\,1 4lz" exl.
Sze
12" sq fi (

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FRAMEWORKS Solid oak with a deep golden glow frames


luminous acrylic panels which diffuse and
maximize both the downlighting and
sidelig hting. Precisely joined oak corners,
) accented with recessed brass fastenings,
add a touch ol elegance. Long-life Circline
lamps provide energy-saving efficiency lor
areas such as foyers, corridors where
rou nd-the-clock lighting is req u ired.
Regressed matte black chassis creates a
reveal between the ceiling and frame.
DifJuser-frame assembly swings down, re-
mains safely suspended during relamp-
in g.

SPECIFICATION FEATUBES: (1) Shieldinq: Translu-


cenl wh le acry rc pane s (2) Frame: Gefu ne oak: cor
ners precsey loined and secured wth recessed brass
laslenings (3) Regressed Chassis: D eJor.ned steett
.na1te b ack I nish. Ballasts: Fapd Slart LPF thermaty-
prolecled C ass P

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t97 ia,

22/32W &32/40W sPAcrNG RAro:r.4 ;

Thelollow ngQ! ckCa cu at


Clrartsare based 0n r00m suriee reilrctances 0180S cer ng 50{" I53/,"
wals and 20i lro0r Coeflcrenh o,!trl?anon a,e l0r 20'L dleclve lloor sv $ refmhnft
FCB= I1Rm W drh-l0 x [Ir,] Hi .bo!e work D ..cl
RCR- 5 iRnr W .lrh.2 t [4rq Hr above work o ane] ORDERING INFORMATION
BCR=r0 lRnr. W dth=(,rrq Hr rbovs !!orI pL.n,"]

5736 22W/32W 1614 " sq.


5738 32Wl40W 19%" sq.

ce nc caqiy I

tl
Rerre(lan.e 50 30 rol50 30 ro]50 lo !o

Cavity Coellcienis d, !l zalion

.40.37 .34 .35 .32 .30 29 27 ,26


.3a .3r .24 3r .2a .25 .25 .23.22
.3r .27 .24 ,2/ .24 ,22.23 .2A .r9
.24 .23 .24 .24 .2t .ra 20 .14 .16
) .25 .20 .r1 .22.rA.16.rA.t6 .r4
22 .ra .15 .r9 .!6 .14 .16 .t4,12
.13 .14.r1 .16.13 .10 .13.11 .9

Above data tor22132 Wall units. For32l40 Wall units, AboveC.U.t lor 22l32 Wati unik.
fr0llply charl values by 1.65. For32la0wafi un t5, mulliptC U. s by 1 r.

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OPALEX/OPALITE- Glare{ree and contemporary in design.
Provides efficient, evenly diffused illumina-
tion with long-lile Circline lamps, can be
mounted on ceiling or wall. Simple "twist-
open" action removes diffuser for cleaning
and relamping; "twist-tighf' action securely
replaces diffuser. The l4" and 20" dia. unjts
8t
are suitable for damp locations.

OPALEX

SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (1) Regressed Ceil-


ing Pan: Die{ormed sleel; rnatte black finish; cr
cumferentially embossed for maximum rigidrty and
tight'to ceiling mounling; (2) Difluser: lnlection
molded kanslucent white polycarbonate (Lexan). (3)
Bracket: Die formed steel assures thal dil{user locks
in tightly. Ballasts: 22W Pre-Heal LPF:32W,22132W
Rapid Slart LPE thermally-protected Class P'

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ORDERING INFORMATION
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6789 22W 11" Dia.,31/8" Hl.
6790 32W
14" Dia., 4" Ht.
6791 22/32W

22W, 32W, 221 32W and 32l40W SPACI G RATIo: l3


OPALITE
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Ahov-a data Jor32/40Wztt urfs


SPECIFICATION FEATURES: (l) Regressed Ceil-
For 22Watl units nult pvchartv.l!esbv0 15 ing Pan: DieJormed sieel; matte black finish; cr
Thrs 0uick Cacrlator Chad s based For 32 Walt unfts. m!lt p y chari va les by0 30.
on room sudace reiectances of 80% For22132 Watt !nits muit ovclradv:luesbv040
cumferentialy embossed for maximum rigidity and
ce ling 50% walk and 20% floor tight-lo-ceiing mounlng; (2) Dittuser: Translucent
C0ellrceits ot lliiltati0n are for
% Eliecl,ve l.ll REPORT N0.24473
white acrylic. (3) Bracket: Diejormed sleel assLrres
20% eftecuve floor cavity Ce rinC Cav ty that ditfuser ocks n light y. Ballasts: 32/40W Rapid
8glleclaice 89 50 l0 Start LPE thermally-proiected Class P'
aCB= 1 1Rm. W'dth=]0 x Mlq. Hi abovp work prane) 3! 10 !Q !Q 1Q50lq !q
fiCF= 51Rm. w'dth=2 r Miq. Ht. above work pla..)
ACR=10 1Rm. t! dth=ttlt9 Nr. above work D ane) Coelli. enrsoi llrilTat on

r 6a 62 a9 a7 a5 53.19 47 46
2 56 a2 4E aQ 47 44 43 4A 39
3 494444 44 40 37 3a 35 32
4 44 38 34.39 35.31 .3,1 31 2a

6t
24"
5 39 33 29 35342J 3a 27 24
6 3a 29 25.3i .26 23 27 23 2r
7 3t 252t 24232Q24 2r r8 ORDERING INFORMATION
a 2a 22 19 25 .21 .L7 22 1A 16 No C rclne Lamps
9 252416 23 ra 15 20 t6 14 Calaloq Size
10 23 18 14 2l t6 t3 rA 15 12 8752 32/40W 20" Dia., 5" Ht.
AboleC U s 1or 32/40Watt !n ts.
For 22Watt uf ls. m! t p yC Uls by0 55.
Foi 32Watt un ts. m! t pyc Uls by0 70.
'U.S Palenr No. 3,840,735
For 22132Walt units mult pyC lJ sby0 65
CIRCULUME ACCESSORIES
The following Stem Sets are for use with all
sudace mounted f luorescenr luminaires
0 except Lytetube, Lytestream, Reflect-A-Line,
Frameworks, Circulume and Opalite.
STEM SETS

DOUBLE STEI\,4
B',- 10994.

tiF 20"
32" -
10996.
10998.

SINGLE STEI\,4
8"- 10993
20" 10995
32" - 10997
+
A crisp, shallow cylinder {inished in mattewhite enamel, Cir- STIFFENER 10918
culume has a regressed convex glass diffuser that provides
a generous spread of light over a wide area. There is no
upllght or side spill to emphasize tlaws on the ceiling. Sel{-
luminated bezel matches outer band. Torslontite springs
permit fast, safe relamping. 'All 2x4 luminaires mounted on double stem
require stiffener plate. Order one per doub e
stem set.

SPECIFICATIoN FEATURES:(1) Regrcssed ceiling Pan: Die lormed steel;


malte black flnish; circumlerent alLy embossed for maxir.um rigidity and
tghlt@ce ling mounl ng. (2) Regr€ss€d Dillus€r: Convex g lass; secu red by
nvlsible leaf springs. (3)TorsiontitE Spring: Perm ls d lfuser assembly to be
pu ed down lromanyslde, remain safely suspended dur ng relamping;com-
pressron ol spr ng pc mils o "Jse a'5e-blyLobe e-oved enl relv
Ballasts: qapio SIait -PF lle'naly-p o ec eo Class P

22l32W & 32W sPAcflrc RATro: r.2

Above data lor 22132 walt !n ts.


For 32 Watt uniis mu tiplychartvalues by0.7.

Thrs Quick Ca cu ator Cha( rs based


on room surhce refledances ol80%
celing,50% walh and 20% lloot
loellicienls ol Llt lnat on are for
20% dfedlve fioor carily

RCF- 1 lFm W,dtlr 10 t Mls.


Br abovework p ans) 2 30 .23 ,27 .24 .27 .26
RCR= 5 lnm Width=2 x MIq 3 .28 .27 .25 .23 .25 .23 ,22
Hr. above wo.k orarc) .25 .24 ,2t ,?O 22 .20 .19
RCR=101Rnr Width=Mrg 5 .22 .21 ,19 .17 .20.18 16
Hr. abov," worl Dbi.) 6 ,20 .17.15 ,19.16 15.18.r6 r4
7 .18 ,15.r3 17 .r5 .15 16.14 12
8 ,16 ,13.rI .15 13 .11 .15.12.11
I .14 ,11 .10 ,14.11 .10 .13 t1 .09
10 .r3 _10 03 .12 10 08 .12 10 .03

AboveC U sior22132Watt un ls.


For 32 Wati unlts, mu tiolv C ll. s by 1 l
ORDERING INFORMATION
1014a
10149
14lz' Dia..43/^" Hl.

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GUIDELINES TO LIGHTING DESIGN


ILTUMINATION FROM MULTIPLE UNITS
Quick Calculator Chart Method
CAT. NO. 13558 with 4 Lt.-40W. Warm White
The qLrick caLculator chart ca. be Lrsed to find either the lnit a footcandles (A)
lor various spacin!s of uminaires or the spacinC of uminalres lB) for various
nitial footcandle evelsinroomswthsurlacerefl€c1ancesof809/"cellln!,50%
wa ls, 20% t oor and with RCR's (Room Cavitv Ratlos) of 1,5 & 10. To f nd
to(
the RC R, see below.
Example
Hoom: 60' x ij0' x 8 5', cl€an area with whlt€ ceilins and
ight walls.
Lum nair€s: 13558 with 4 Lt.-40W, Warm White.
(A) lnitial fc with luminaires {B) Spacins of uminaires tor
I0 x lO canters.
on T 00 fc, in lial.
RCRfor60'x60'x6 = 1.0
Solution
(See oL, ick (A) (B)
Frorr the quick ca cula From rhe quick calcu alor
tor the lnitia evei of the requ recl spacing of
Chart) i uminalion is 85 fc luminaires is 9'x S'

CU Table Method
To find No. of Lumlnaires To finr:l F o otc ancJ es
cAT. NO. 13558 Us," Formula 1B)
% Elfective with 4 LI.-4OW, Warm White
n. +-
/Al Nl = L/LxNxCUxLLF
{B) fc
t/tx-eU x tL- =
A
Coefficients of Utilization fc (foolcandles) = Avera!e mainlalnecl illumlnalion at work pl.ne, normal y 30" rbovc floo
.52
L/L (Lumens per Luminairei =No. of lamps per lumln:ire x nitia umensper amp(see
2 .56 .52 .48 -51 .48 .45 .46 .44 .42 Lamp Data, below).
3 .49 .44 .40 .45 .42 .38 .4r _38 .36 CU (Coefticient of Utilazation) =The percentale oi amp lumens that {all on work p ane. To
4 .44 .39.35 .40 .37 .33 .37 .33 .31 oblain the Ctl, first find the RCR (Room Cavity Ratio) for th-o roon, (see below). Thcn
5 .39 .33.29 .36 .31 .24 .32 .29 .26
.35 .29 .25 .32 .24 .29 .26 .23
enter CU table at the RCR and at the eff€ctive ceiling cavity refl€ctance i]n.l wall reflectance
6
co umn. Use 80% ceilinq, 50% wal s, and 2096 floor when room surface ref ectances are un-

ot
7 .31 .25 .22 .29 .24 .21 .26 .23 .20
.28 .22 .19 -26 .21 .18 .23 .20 .17 known but room has white ceiling and ightwal s. Noter CU Tables in cata o.r are lor
9 .25 .19.16 .19 .15 .27 .11 .15 typica 20% eflecrive f oor cavity reflecrance.
10 .23 .77 .t4 .21 .1.1 _14 .19 .16 .13
LLF (Lisht Loss Factor) =Afactor thataccounisfor amp lumen clepreclation and the
accumu ation of dirt on luminalre and room surfaces (see below).
A lArea) = Room Length x Roorn Wldth, in ft.
Example N = Numbpr.f lLrmin.lres

Luminair€s: 13558 wirh 4 Lt.40W, Warm White


Roor.: 20' x 60' x 8.5' clean area with whir-o cei in{r and ti.rhl wa ls

(Ai No. of luminaires r€quired for 70 fc, avg. malnt. (B) Av!- maint. fc with lum naires on 8'x 10'centers.
RCR for 20'x60'x6'- 2.0Assurne room ref . - 809/0, 50%,2A% CU = .56 12800 LLF-.75
L/L =4 x32OO=
Sol!rion l\o. oi un,rn-re-
Ae
20"60
i5
?0x6Ox7o Area/um.
(A) No. o{ lumlnaires - = 16 8x10
12800 x .56 x.75 (B)rc - 12800 ! 15-x.sG x.75 = 67
20x60

Room Cavity Ratio (RCR) Lamp Data


WATTS DESCR IPT IO N RATED LUM ENS (IN ITIAL)
Straighl Lamps 20 1300
20 Coo White 1300
30 2360
30 Coo White 2304
40 3200
40 CoolWhite 3200
"u" Lamps
it 40 3025
4A Cool Whit€ 2950
20 825
20 Cool White 800
Circ line 22 1000
22 Cool While 1050

o(
32 1800
32 Cool Whit-" 1800
40 1850
40 Cool White 185 0

LIG HT LOSS FACTORS


Compensat€s for clirt acc!mLrlation and amp lumen d€preciation
Recommcnded value lor weil maintained a r conditionecl space:
Parabolic ouver lumlnair€s 85
Fo, other roonr d me, !!ns 5..1 Ehtd,"r.rrrr .rl rii e! a. lar a l Lens and diftuser luminaires .75

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APPLICATION DATA
To assisl n the se ecTion cf an opt rfunl
ghl ng schen e the photornetr c dala rl
1n s brochLrre have beef aullrnenleil to rl
c ude po.rt by- po foctcandie valLres
obta ned lrorn a s ng e ru.f na re These
are to lac tate the des gn of nof uf fornr
a'y'outs lor those siuatofs whcfr pelrl
task-oflenlec rather thar genera overa
ghi ng afd tfrls a'0 n sav ng eferq!
The rrrt a lootcafd e va les !llder an
nd v dua irm na re are g vef for po rrts
ocaled on a 2 t 2' gt d as showf oe ou,l
sa.ie for the lhree olher
The va ires are the
quadrafls around lhe ur]i fa re

Two va ues are srrown foa each ocat on


one n black type alld one n brown lype
,o.d - Lo t rO.d-tA. d.-
ocated as shown be ow n a smal roorf
112' x 14' x 812 ) w th reflectances ol 80",.
ce lng, 50% wa is alld 20% foor

t-,r-_-rl
)

I [-:
Expenments have showf thai the lool
cand e va ues telat ve to the iirr| |a re are
a most constant for a I !mrna re ocatrons
,^r th I the roon Tf] s s becaLlse tfte foot

cande contrbLrton f.o.f the lour wal s


boo ^ o, 'o o o, o d o oj o
um aa ie w th n such a sma room
The vaLres n brown type are for a
u.nfa.e n the mdde of a atge roorl
where tfrere s no lootcand e contr but on
from the wais becaL]se they are loo lar
away Thus, the effectve refectarces are
809. ce ng 09. wal s and 20% loor (Ce -
fg hl Bt2 )
The footcandle values shown may be
L]sed to deterrnine the iootcandie evel at
specrl c po fts Lrnder a gtoup of
- da. I OO-lo O. Lpo^OO rJ
the grds for al lumnarre locarofs and
adding up the contr but on from each u
mina re at each po nt
The va ues were caculated at the
usual work p ane height ol 30". us ng the
. o1 o^ p ..6 p OgrA^ , u- na .e
photonetrrc rnput from an ^,indepefdenl
test ng aboratory
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