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Why you should huy

General Electric outdoor lighting products


General Electric outdoor lighting products are designed and built to give you
years of dependable service. An extensive program of laboratory research and
use-environment testing serves as a continual check on the design and manu{acture. The result: products that save you

money because they serve you faithfully, year after year.


Convenient s,les dnd service loc.lt:uns

are important, too. They are backed up


by dn extensive regional warehousing
system that results in prompt delivery
and full service to you at all times.

The complete line of area lighting


products-even more than contained in
this catalog*-is another i:eason to buy
from your General Electric wholesaler.
fle is free to help you select the exact
product that best fills your needs.

A special word ahout decorative lighting


Today, area lightiflg is no longer purely
urilitrrian. Use of decordlive lrghting's
to add beauty and
expanding rapidly

plazas, malls,
interest to buildings,
parks, and walkways.

The pole-top-mounted units on pages

22 and 23 are ideal for low mounting


heights (10 to 20 feet) and either close

spacing (50

to

100

feet) for uniform

lighting or wide spacing (150 to 200


feet) to create lieht-and-dark effects

that blend with the total appearance


concept. The fixtr.lres are styled by the

noted industrial designer Myron Petten-

gilt for distinctive appearance day and


oight, as well as good lighting efliciency.

For building facades, plazas, and other


architectural effects, door glasses can be
furnished in a number of special colors.
For large projects, General Electric can
create specialty luminaires for unusual
appearance effects. Contact your GE
Sales Office or your franchised agent or

distributor for details.

Selecting equipntent
There are two ways to use this guide:

II you know the equipment you need, go


directly to the appropriate product listing, make your selection, and place your

order with your nearby GE franchised


agent, or distributor.
Ot, knowing only the size and type
area you wish to lieht, yov can follow
the steps below to decide on the best
equipment for your area:
1. Read the "Guide Rules to Good Area

Lighting," below.

2. Refer to the Typical Applications

on

pages 6-9 for recommended lighting


systems for your type area.

4. Consult Fig. 1 on page 4 to find the


watts per square foot for the light
level and light source for your type
area. Multiplythis total by the square
leet in your area to obtain the total

watts of the luminaires you need.


5. Refer to the indicated layout for your
type area in Fig. 2 on page 4 as a
guide to layout and mounting height.
Wbere appropriate, also see the tables
for Recommended Minimum Mounting Herghts and Beam Drmen.ions
and Fig. 5 on Lighting Vertical Surfaces on page 5.

6. With decisions made on light source,


equipment type, mounting height,

etc., turn to the indexed page for the

appropriate product to select the

3. Consult page 3 to determine the recommended footcandles

tion for your area.

of

number of fixtures, lamps, poles, and


accessories for the total wattage and

illum ina-

layout for your area. Then place your

order with your local GE franchised


agent or distributor.

EXAMPLE: Suppose you want to light


a shopping-center parking lot 200 feet
by 400 feet. Page 3 recommends 2 to 5
footcandles. AJter referring to the
"Guide Rules" below and the application information on page 6, you decide
to light to 5 footcandles using 10oo-watt

mercury larnps. Figure 1 shows

0.25

watts per square foot are needed.0.25 x


400 x 200 = 20.000 total watts. Thus
your choice is between 20 M-1000, or
P-1000A mercury luminaires or 5 A-4000

Powerglow units. You can now select


equipment from the product information
section of this guide. Be sure to note
pole recommendations given for each
product.

o,

GUIDE RUIES TO GOOD AREA IIGHTING


Selectnq orFo lishrins equipmelr requires

o conb:notior

of

Use the widest beom spreods

ovoiloble, consisient with sood

comrron sense, sood ers;neeri'rs, ond o {eel" for the oe'rherics


of rhe lishrins effect desired. No one set of rules will assure rhe
hest light lor evety situotion. However, rhe {ollowinq rules ore o
good checklist'
l. Use mercury luminaires for 1A00 burnins fiours per yeor or
more. Oiherwise... use filoment unils in the lorgesi size

4. Fdctor in ihe cosl of re-lompins ond cleonins unirs in deciding on rhe type of unit.

ihe /orsest-wotiose unils ond rhe fewesr po/es rhoi will


still deliver un;form lishiins. Generolly, spocins should not
exceed four times mountins heisht.

Alwoys buy top'quolily units, lomps, ond poles for lhe lowest

2.

Use

use of Iiehl.

5. For mony opplicoiions, rhe appeorqnce ond nylins of the


lighting equipmenl-both night dnd doy-is imporlont

loiol owning

cost.

FOR TAMP DATA REFER TO GE I.ARGE LAMP DEPARTMENT'S LATEST IAMP IETTER "TAMPS FOR OUTDOOR AREA
IIGHTING AND FIOODTIGHTING"
.FOR ADD]T

ONA!

PRODUCTS, RAT NGS AND 5!RVICES, SEE GENERAL ELECTRLC IiANDBOOK SFCTIONS 92OO 9600

Selection lnformation

Recommended light levels by opplicotion


Generql

Averase Recoh endd

Applicqtions
Hangor dprons to approx 50 o!r

Service aprons to

1.0

oppro:200'trom bldq

0.5

Cfler of oi(rofl servi.e .reo

Building E:lerio^l
Terro collo, liahr mdrble or oLosrer
Bedro,d or 6;fi timestone. smooJh bufi
foce bri.k,.on.rete
Smoolh or medium qroy bri.k, commof
lon or dark neld sray brick

Brownsronei stdl.ed wooden


olher dork surto.-"j

sh

inqles,

t5

2Q

t0
t5

30

Closs I, bdse line

60'or

lessE

30
30
150
75

50

50

Bulletin & Po+r Boords


Brishi s0rroundinqs, iq hr surfd.es

Br qhl surrou.dinqs, d;rL surto.-\


Dorr surround,nqa, rqhr s!4o.s

Dork surroundinss, dork

30
2A

50
100

t5

2A

,a

sul..es

50

Fesu

aiiof (o!idoo.l

Re.rediional ioui.toorl
Generol buildifq

On wo1r to 150'oul

On bedch 100 wide

c"sirns P""l"nd a,.",3"

lndustriol Rocdwoys
Between or od

a.en

Croq!eJ

o b dqs

",

Ft

Not bordered by bldq!

Foolba I ( nder, .l sion.e from .eorssi stde


I n io fodhesi ro, or 5oe.toroGq
C o5s over 100 fFe'

lndustriol Ydrd Mairiot Hdndtins

Loadins'!nloodinq

otforms, Freisht De.ks

Commekiol merchondisin!'

tc
l0
Shoppins cenre^
Commercidl iols

ol ielf po.l. ns
h oiisnded po,l

na

lndustrial porklns lots


Passenqer Pldtforms

Eniron.s pedes['orond
normolly loclrd. inf reaue.rlv
Vilol lo(at'ons o' \rn,.rures
Buidins s!riounds

l ".". 1,","",
'ols-fi

';:il?

Rine ond Pinol Rons

used

Allswitclr pol.t.

or s de oI .o. for reod'.d n!h6"r


h,nspe.r'orp I undern;rh.ar

P'of.ss ono or .ol eqe

t0
30

drd worerronk!
with Adverlisins Messoqes

Smoke Stocks

2A
1

t
i

iltl
titt
li

ll

Fronl

line

lsJ 20

ft of loi

S:-t l.,ed liglt're to,oJ. i to,norio, o,. tob,e


co' i d". ord- pLo !..or O-P Oal I.or C!,,

erol Electri. Co., Hende60nvil , N. C.


'Al values dre .orsidered lo be moinroined ond
o - ir '-Jm5 or I o"/o1.o plo.p
wise indi.ored o. obvLous

100 500
20 75

A B. ld -q.o.d /

a t"
,. ..,F"ttqa.
^o/. -.o./ ,o,{1i,.
of buitdi;qs-fq tnc unjer

'
sources, lower porrions

.loss B lo.olion(

.e,o.oo,/ br.i
B M"d 'm irr-a," " I .e
.ess si.eers wi,h te* .onn,.r^o,
nq siqn., ek

C Very lhle .onflictinq liqhr, s!.h as


sireers, parks, lishied highwoys, eic.
iSpd.inqs of oppre.iobly
necessory

Less

tl^o.

io dchiev a.ceptoble

rsidenria

.! MN cre us!olly
resutts.

9See pp. 6 to 9 for addirionol info.morion.

Selection information (cont'd)


l:

Fig

Approximole required lomp wotls/sq. ft.

too.o

Exomple: To produce o mointoined

level

of 5.0 lootcondles over o lorqs oreo wiih


mrcury.f luorscenl or tilomonl liqhling
oquiphenl, O.250, 0.305 or O.75

sotts psr squore lool


.E

ore

Wd

req!ired, respectively.

to.o

.9
5.C

IMPORTANT: This .horr <on be used in most


coses, excludins spe.ific spoirs oreds. ln rhis
rhorr-.ut method, we d'sume lhol oll luminoire5, resordless of mouniins heishi ond oreo

being Iishrd, hd!e identi.ol effi(ien.ies, utilizotion foctors, mointenonce foctore, ond dmbienr temperoture.one.tion fqdors. Obviously
this is nor so. lf sreotei occuro.y is required,
it is necessory ro moke.qkulolions from peF
formon<e ddto for eoch specific luminoi'e.
conrod your GE Soles Office, fron.hised
dgen!, or distributor for deroils.

.5
LC

.E

o.?5

0.75

Recommended Wotls Per Squore Foot

Fig.

2: Mounting height vs. spocing for generol

oreos*

Didwins

IN LIGHTING HORIZONTAL AREAs, TIIE


IANCE

DIS.

BETWEEN POLE5 sHOULD NOT EXCEED

FOUR TIMES THE MOUNTING HEIGHT,

Tfiislourtimes-mounting-heisht rotio holdstrue


for the disrdnce o(ross rhe dreo to be lighred
ot well os the loterdl disrdn(e between poles.
It opplie5 resdrdless of the nunber of floodlights on eoch pole, or the level of illuminorion
soushr, or whether the lighr source is mercury

'

...

"r

fluorescent.

...orfilodent...

'D,

ln lishrins Iorse oreos up to only five foorcondles, o <enter pole syslem moy be ehployed. However, o pole should be wirhin o
diston.e of lwice the nounting heighr from the

likewise, 5ide poles should not be forther from


the corner rhqn rwice the mounring he;sht.
'(r".:r.
po..s ial t,9 tJ.o,
.o.",, e.iol ,e.om
a", d-d o,, ,e l"'qh_ o d polF lo(o io .o
I' l' , ,fo mori '.
re(e o'i, ir

f,

Fig.

3:

Recommended minimum mounting heights for sporls oreds

The table gives the recommended mini,


mum mounting heights for sports areas
where poles are set back from the area
to be illuminated. Because of special
pole placements, glare possibilities. etc.,
the rule that mounting height should not
be Iess than % the spacing between
poles does not always apply.
For ground sports, minimum mount
ing height should not be less than 20 Jt.;
for aerial sports, 30 ft.

Totol widih of oreo ro be tihied

(fi.l
t0
,Q
30
50

height, read across the table to the width


of the area to be iighted and follow that
column down until you are opposite the
desired pole setback. For example, on a
football 6eld with pole setback of 70 feet
and a width of 160 {eet. the minirnurrr

Hence, poles or towers would have to


provide a mounting height of at le:rst 72
feet to the lowest bank of floodtights.

3t

39

37
43

45

52

5l

58

80

54

90

60

68

120

72
7A

85

r30

83

9t

t40
r50

8t

37
43
48

52
58

50

56

83
89

9t

a7

95

r03

93

100

108
I

I0,1

r06
112

r20
126
132

70

77

85

75
80
87

83
a9

9l
t0

lr8

93

100

J08

124

t30

t02

99

t06

t)4

12'

t 0,1

112

133
139

123

120
't26
132

tr8

I r0
I t6

170

106

122

129

138

r80
t90

112

r20

t28

t35

Ir3

145

,00

126

134

124

135

t!l

t4

131
143

a3
39
95
100

t53
t58

r5l

155

170

166
172

480

520

r04

106
I t2

91

t08

n0
n6

r03

l,l

t22

120

ttd I va

26

r28
t33

32

39

129

37

t35

43

106

llo

]ta

122
na
133

t23
129
135

t,1t
1.17

)52

5t

t58

55

62

170

6t

68

72
78

80
85

a4
90

91

t,1t

t45 lr53
r5r lr5s
157

182

164

155

157

r32

75
8t
a7
93
99

73

8l

t09

f8

68
79

-tf.

85

75
73

95
r00

103

60

66
72

70

62

160

rao I

rs7

t93
205

95
02

174

147

03

2r0

09

214

Beom dimensions

D (fr.)
5

t0
t5

r4rltl
1.J

2.6

20

35

30

52

,5
35

50
55

7A
7.8
4.7
9.6

t0

65

70
75
80

2.7

3.5
5.3

8.1

7.Q

8.8

t0

't2

t3

t5

90
95

15.5

tl

Beom SFrsod in Dqrees - Norizontot or Verricot

;T;T,."
3.6
7.2

t8
22
25

t,r

,l

29

r8

24
27

33

t9
21

a5
26
28
30
32

36

30
32
35
37

58

,15
,18

62

5l

17

35

54

23

29

28

3,1

33
37
42

40

65
70

55

33

23

2l
35
42

75

80
90
100
I t0

l2a

91

t09
8

140

105

126

t50
r60

103

126

t09
I r5

t33

i40

r34
t43

l5l

r60
t68

8,1

r00

a7
104
121

'ta7

t19

156

157
172

t9l

r86
200
214
229
243
257
272
246

226
243
264

72

7A

98

88
93

55
82
I t0
137
165

J1

a4

a4

43

5'

92

rt

27

35

,9
43
57

t0t

21

21

a4

t2

17

36
48
60

50
60

t30

17Q

t80
t90

lt9

t3l

t43
t55

191

203
215
227

200

14

2A

7A

'I

12

30

57

80

;t;," F,;f,*

17

63

63

t0

25
34
42
50
59

56

92

72

8.4

52

',5

5l

43

t6

't7

19

5l

7.0

l2

9.3

14

t3
t6

f; f;F:

5.7

86

|4

l,l3

r39

86
107
129
150
172
193

173

2r5

208

254
280

274

295
312
330
347

301

322
344
366
347
409
n30

rt3

220
244
275
303
330
358
385

4r3

464
523
550

The approximate horizontal beam dimension "A" and vertical beam dinrerr
sion "B" of a floodlight in Drawing I for
varying projection distances "D" mav be
determined from lheicblF. F^r ex-mple:
a floodlieht has a beam spread of 120"

horizontal

1.8

23
12

85
100

Drdwing

Fig.

29
35

27
33

56
62

; l,;. J;;l;T;," f;r;],.;

25

2a

r00

mounting height would be 72 feet.

4:

2l

7A

To determine minimum mounting

Fig.

,. |,,

(0), 27" vertical (tlr), and

the projection distance "D', is 30 feet.


Reading across the table at

D = 30', the

horizontal beam dimension "A" : 104'


and the vertical beam dimension ,,B,, :

(by interpolation).
For applications where the center of

1,1'

floodlight beam is not perpendicular to

5: Iighting
Lighting verticql
verlicql surfoces

the sui:face to be lighted, as shown in


Drawing ?, the table may be used to detc_mine Ihe horizonr rl beam drmension
"A." The vertical beam dimension "B"
will be larger than that given, depending
on the angle "3."

Drowics

-i
--{
-0

Drdwins

The generol rules for Iishting verticdl s!rfdces


ore somewhor difierenr thon for horironrdt 5uF
fo.es. Hre, otr;forniiy of illudinotion is;mpo o"r- S.dlloped efle.ts ond dim oreos berween
fixrures ore ro be dvoided. Fottow fhese iutes:

l. As illustroted obove, bedm5 5houtd ove'Iop


by one-holl on eo(h lumindire by keepins
the spocins berween floodtiqhrs tFss rhon

one-hdlf ihe diometer of the beom or irs


widesr poinl on rhe surfdce. The tigures dr
rishr show the relotionship berween beom
ongle O, proiecrion disron<e D, ond Beoh
Spreod for rypicol loyouts.
Use ludi.d;res wirh the wtdesr beofr spreqd
.otrs;stent wnh reosonoble qt;l;zorion ond rhe
idrgest lompr con5istent with dc.eproble uni

Typical applications
SHOPPING CENTERS

Follow the steps below

to

determrne

your lighting needs for shopping centers.


To clarify each step in the solution, a
hypothetical situation is given.
Assume a shopping center set up according to the outline plan at the right.

A-4000 mercury-vapor luminaries will


be used.
1, From page 3, determine desired foot-

candle level. (Assume:

footcafl-

dles,)

plot plan, estimate the


total square footage of the area to be

2. From the

lighted. In this example, we estimate


the area, less the area occupied by
buildings, to be approximately 175,000 square feet.

3. From Fig. 1, page 4, find the watts


per square foot required for lighting

to five footcandles with mercutyvapor lamps. (Answer: 0.25 watts


per sq. ft.)

INDUSTRIAL PARKING AREAS

Listed below are the steps to follow ln


determining your lighlrng needs for industrial parking areas.
Assume an industrial parking area, set
up according to the outline plan at the
right, butted on ofle long side by a build-

ing. 40o-watt mercury vapor lamps,

mounted one per pole, are to be used,


1. Refer to page 3, to find the recommended light level for an industrial
parking lot. (Answer: 1 footcandle.)
2. Refer to Fig. 1, page 4, to find the
required watts per square Ioot to produce one footcandle maintained with
mercury-vapor lamps. (Answer: 0.05
watts per sq. ft.)

3, Calculate area to be lighted. (Answer:


150 ft. x 210 ft. = 31,500sq.ft.)
4. Calculate the watts required. (Answer: 0.05 x 31,500 : 1575 watts.)
5. Calculate number of 400-watt mercury floodlights required. (Ans. 4.)

FACADES

1. Refer to the guidelines on page 5, as


they have been used to arrive at the
recommendations in the table at right.

2. From page 3. determrne the minimum recommended footcandles for


yor.rr application. Assume a building 30 feet high, 100 feet long; dark
field gray brick surface; surroundings
of medium-intensity whitewaY, few
conflicting signs. (Answer: 20 footcandles.)

3. Match this footcandle level to your


building type in the table to the right

to

determine approximate distance


between luminaires. (Answer: 1500-

watt Quartz-Floodo units at 20 feet


or 1000-watt Powerflood units at 25
feet.)
4. Divide rhe dist.rnce between luminaires into buildiflg length to deter-

mine number of luminaires needed.


(Answer: 5 Quartz-Flood (100 -:20)
or 4 Powerflood (100 + 25).)

of 4000-watt
(Answer: Total watts : 175.000 x
0.25:43.750 watts. Number of
luminaires = 43.750 + 4000 = 10.9

4. Calculate the number

luminaires required to light the lot.

or 11 units.
5. Using the thLrmb rules found in Fig. 2,
page 4, determine pole locations.

(Illustration shows one arrangement.

Others are possibie.)


6. Note also the suggested mall lighting
using the A-250 Powerglow. In this
case, the lighting is used for aesthetic

purposes as uell as tor tunclicn.


llence. mou.ltrng he:ghl5. spdcrng.
etc,, are chosen often for other rea
sons than simply producing adequate

lighting. In this instance, we have

chosen 6ve A 250 units spaced 50 feet


apart and mounted on 16 foot poles

to provide 1 Iootcandle maintained.

6.

If

units are to be mounted one per.


pole, what will be the minimum
mounting height? Foltowing the gen-

er:l rules for sp"cing from Fig.2,

page 4, and placing two poles each on


the long sides of the areal maximum
spacing would be 105 feet. Minirnum
mounting height would be 26.5 feet
(105 : 4 ). Sp.cing -f lhe dnrrs rn
the other dimension will be 150 feet.
Minimum mounting height here will
be 35 feel ( I50 : 4). Since thi\ i\
the hieher minimum. consider it the
actual minimum.
Thus, the recommendation is to use
rw^ pole:. erch rvi'h d srngle lum naire,
spaced about 105 feet apart on the open
long side. On the building side, two units
should be wall-mounted 35 feet up and
spaced 105 feet apart.

'lf unirs ore ro be opsroted t00O hou6 or mo.e Fer


yedr, i} is usldlly more econddl.a
ufils. However, when focode is rd in.olor, Quortz.
rlooo lLfl o, P, ilo-.d b" ,
'eo

lRecommend.tiof bosed o. operdiine uniis ot 5.,/a


under volloss in orde. to ir.reose lamp life. (e.s.,
o 130V, 500W lomp operdred at 123y 6t o 22AV,
-500w loao ope,o, o o. 208V ail
roJFo.lr ;.
crease lamp life fron o60ut 2000 hours to 4OOO

+unir is Jurnislred with corlile super high rempered


door sloss, ln order to avoid possible gloss bredk
ase Jrom thermal sho.k, su.h gloss musr be used i.
opp i.dlions where floodlishi is dimed more lhon
30'obove horizontdl.

500

1500

c521

4525-

G0o6 G0t2i

G002

1000

c522
G002

Ap
ApAp
Ap.
pror. pro,
Sp.(
Spo. Spoc 5oo.ins (5) ins (51 ifq t5/ nq LSI

Or"

l0

20

lt

28 fr.

l.:tiiJ,. 20 ror'. .... .t4tt.


Heishr 30
Heishr
30 ....
.... 2Alt.
2Alt. ....
....
Iwo

!Re.omnendorions bdsed on !sins color improvd


mek!ry lqmps LJnits spe.iaed hove 120/2,i0 volr
suloror bolldsls. For orhe, bdtldsj rypes qrd rdi

400
c52l

't,'
'O
20
...
ro'i;;i.
HPigl-r
..

..*i--.-

30

....

20,,
15

tr

241t.

25-l

..

l9ft.

_,f-- t'.

,('
Tito i
sToRtEs

LEN6'rH

Typical applications (cont'd)


to the requirements of softball as well as

the following baseball leagues: Atom,


Midget, Juvenile, Little League, and
Lirrle Boys B.B. League-. Total playing
area includes a strip 20 feet wide outside each foul 1ine. Inlield area is approximately 10,000 square feet. Outfield area
i\ abour 25.100 squrre feet loc Junior
Le.gue. Softbr)l out field rr ea varres
with outfield distance.

Recommended pole placement for


layout at right is:
J

unior teosue, Closs

20'

30'

30'-

50'

15

90

t5

20
25
5'
t00'-

30
50

t5'
I

t0

The following table gives the recommended quantities and types of QuartzFlood 15oo-watt and Powrospot 1000$att floodlrghls lor differenr IES clas'i
fications of football.

The QF-1500A luminaires are recom


mended when:
1. 50 footcandles or less a.e required.
2, There are no spectators across the
ends of the field.
3. The distance between poles and sidelines does not exceed 100 feet.

The Powrospot luminaires are recommended when:


1. 30 footcandles or more are required.
2. The distance between poles and sidelines is greater than 30 feet.

o,-

Read desired illumination level off the


'.ertrral scale -nd ipacing for vari^us
widths of walkways off the horizontal
scale. The chart above is based on PMAI 15, PMC I 16, and PMA I l7 luminaires with a 175-watt color-improved
lamp and a maintenance factor of 0.77;
TC 100 luminaires with a 10o-watt lamp
and a 0.66 maintenance factor.

ORDERING INFORMATION
Cdi, No. C508G033^

5oltbdll
35'
35

't2
2A

2
2

14

t0

50'

40
80

35',
35',

8r*

c,,

2
2

10

45'

12

20

2A

20.9
44.7
69.5

20

l5

280'

20.9
34.8
48.7

20

I5

210'

17.1
21.1
34.8

20

15

200'

30

20

185'

139

60
35',
35',

Cra

$'

40'

Crr

50'

5
7
5

2
2

t0

20

6
12

12

24
24
60

14

20,9
11.7
41.7
104.3

I Minimum disrdn.e from lowest noodliqhr to p oyifs fetd srode.


adopieh required, such os Cat. No. 35 ltO72g 56. See po!,e t2
^crossorn
1500 woll, Gre'o Servi.e, C7A fitonent, p5 52, c eqr Butb operoied dr t09; ohove rorad volrosc. As!m.d
muifrenon(e fo.io. : 0 7l

E5

D(ft)_
c525G00,1

too t:p

Mcd,,- F
d"
Bean I 8."-

QF]:

IM..r*

c525GOO5 | C525C006

4529G105 lc52eGr2r

50 74

290

100

124

iz

t00

12A

l0

32

168

292
50

3A 49

12

30,000

r60

r20

t5

t20

72

24

5,000

30

10,000
2A

tv

I
t5

29

30 50

126

274

c
B

5a 74
t

lil,

Over 30,000

r0,000
B

,;"f'_"*.

Over 30,000

tl

a"s

t3

5,000

30

5,000

1r

32

56

36

63

'For minim!m mounr ns heish], refr 1o Fis.3, pdqe


iCross-o.m dddpleB req!ird s!ch os 35 110728-03.
+Crosldrm ddopleB required slch os 35 I i0728 56.

20

24

t0

12

5.

5 500 korl OJo' / ' ,- orD. ooe oted o- l0 op'."' I obov.


.otroroo,.. spot lo o o o- IOOO *o .MJ..i.vopol T op"'o.eoo.,otFd
'o.-d

1
=

Usins PM-line luminoires with I7s-wofl


color-improved mercury lomps. Mointenonce fdclor of.77.
To use PMA-115, PMC-116. PMA-117,
A-250, A-1000, or 4-4000 units for ma11s
or parking areas, choose desired footcandle level from the vertical axis and

A-250 Powerslow luminoires usinq 250-

wotl color-improved mercury


Mointenance +ct.lot oI .77.

lc m ps.

read the square footage pet moduie from

the horrzonr3l axi.. Thcn detcrmine

number of units needed by dividing this


llgure into the total area of space to be

Using Generol Eleoric Powerslow lumi-

noires with 1000-wsit color-improved

lighted. From this, set spacing by choosing (S) and (W) dimensions which wilt

enclose an area equ:ri to square foot


module required.

0uartz-Flood'floodtights

"

sr NGs pRov

DED

Ilr'.i :ri .t rj-t ., : rl


The QF-500A and QF 15004 floodlights
are designed for applications requiring a
wide horizontal and relatlvely narrow
vertical beam spread, such as building
f-c.de.. srgn- end po.t.' p:nel". m.rrna
piers, and for many sports lighting and

area lighting uses. They may be used


anywhere requiring a light- to heavJ'duty weatherproof (NEMA) standard
floodlight. They may be aimed in any
direction, including straight up, without
adverse effect on their floodlighting per
folmance (see footnote

in table belo!\').

The compact size and light weight of

he.c flood lighl s m i-l im i.,e s l\F w:nri


loading on poles and other mounting

arrangements.

Fig ;

Fi9.2
oF-1500A

|l

QF-5OOA

. Aluminum die-cast housing, door


.

frame, :rnd mounting.


Tempered, heat- and impact resistant
do.rr glass.

.
c
.

Front-access door is secured with


quick opening snap action latch and
floating hinge, allowing easy access

[)l
/-$

N\

for reiamping afld cleaning.


One-piece hydroforlned Alzak finished aluminum reflector.
Double compressible sockets, de-

signed for lixed focus and to help


zrssure

proper lamp seal temperature

and contact pressure.

Fig.3

Fig.4

aF500a

o;.1500A

OF-500A (500 wott5), egedive proiected oreo: 0.85 sq. ft., opprox- ner weishi: 7 lbs

rr
'"."":;:.-"..."
ooo' ero .
o'oorr

a7.25
roo, 03
ao 50

45oo
'600
72)a

50

o3.5

j5ooo 1
2oooo
:y

j-r;',
J5

1742)J

:lr*!

a524AQA4

c52,lC005
c5r4G006

OF-]5004 (1000-1500 worts), efiective proiected oreo, 1.2 5q. ft., opprox. net weight: lO lbs.
Ql500T31Cir

QF-l50OA (1000-15OO wdtts),


Qt 50013/CLl

12O

12
120 x 27

18.!66

20t44

56
o:
76

efedive proieded oreo, 1.2 sq. ft., opprox. net weight: l0


120 x

l5

124 x 29
122 x 100

tlaooo
TaaOO
18500

,-,-!2r,
35 t/42.t
,> 'a75o

aarrooo"

35
35
35

c525G0t0t
cs25o0t I t
c525G0r2t

C)?5OOO'
C575O006

lbs.

t8880

57

|2000

20624
25432

63

70800
18000

174256

174254
17

4260

-Slandord unils Jurnished wirh swivel mounJinq. For lrunnion mo!nlins, order occessory 35-964720.05 or -06.
iFor appli.ation5 where l5OO w noodllshis dre oimed more thon 30' obove horizonro, use unils equipped with s!per.hi9h tenpered Corlile door sloss.

The luminaire shall be a heavy-duty


(NEMA), weatherproof, Quartzline' frlament-lamp floodlight equivalent to
General Electric Quartz-Flood Cat. No.

t0

Guide Form Specifi cdtions


C G with die cast aluminum construction, floating hineed door and tempered

door glass, silicone-rubber gasketing,

hydro{ormed Alzak aluminum reflector,

twin compressible sockets with finned


heat sink. and ti" standard taperedpipe lhredd swr\cl moun' fltunnion
mount is optional accessory).

c,

Fis.7

VISORS

cor_ No. 35 I10728-19 sliPfiiter lor mouniing on tYr,,


or 2" srondord pipe (1.9" to

[il'"',
!' !i
::

2.4'O.D.).

)+

'ri,-''i

i
fi9.8
cot. No.35,110728-22

Fig.5
Top or bottom viso6 dre ovoilobte for eF-]5004 1coi. No. 35 964750-02.
show. o, QF-500A Cot. No.35.e6474002. 5ide.;shr shietds \Cot. No.
3s.964740-01) ore ovoilqble for eirher unir.

th re

orms cluster sliP-frtr for

nultiple Y2" NPT swivel


floodlisht mounting on l',"
or 2" nondord pipe, poleFloodlishts should be
34" leods.

equiPped with

TRUNNION

ll

r rorr

Fi9.9
Cot. No.35 I10728-03 cro$-

orm odoprer wirh 180-de_


gree s.ole lor verricol rrun

:.r

tig.6
Col. No. 35-964720,05 trunnion mounr wirh wirins box ond sinstecobte
e.iron.e. For tw;n-cdble entron.e, order Cor. No. 35,964720,06.

STEEI- BRACKETS

AND

Fi9. lo
Cdt. No. 35 I I0728
i

clonps on

L9" io 3.0"

05

O.D.

pipe. By discording,he
U-bolt ir cdi be used for
ither wdll or wood pole
mounting wirh %', diomerer
throush boli ord Yz" diom
eter log screws (nor sup-

POTES

(5elect Brocket Cqt. No, qnd Pole Cor. No.)


with Slipfiiiert

Qty,

wilh 2-in. Sld


(ft.)

''I
I

35 I t2308

3
3

Qf500A
QFr500A

36

42

30

-06

30

o6

30

-08

-to

48

| +"-_'l

wirh 2 in. Std.

25

35-112197-50

35-l12i98-02

30

-5t

{3

35

47

52

1t

-n8

69

r=J

i tl-,
'r'
Jl
'-.-'_1FJ

r
rl

i n------0--A--d--_i
i-^ r

r *"-l- ",/-*"^

_jJ

riq. II
risid or hinsed
pole showi.g two,,
Sreel

rhree-, cnd four-unit

brq.ket or.onge.

AI.UMINUM BRACKEIS AND POIES


(Select Brocket Cot. No. qnd Pole Cqt. No.)
il

Qtv.

35

10739
12

30

25

35

112197
54
--52

30

-11

55
59

30

-15

-71

18

lt

Qf,t500A

hF^ --',
t

1.2,3,

-17

AU

3 ot 120'
3, 1, 4 0t 90"

aI

1,2, 3 dt 120.

36

NOTE: Do ror use sleei poles wjth oluninum brdckets or vi.e vecq.
NOTE: Mo!ntifs recomnendolions for eF t5OOA, suitobte for 169A.
Eo.\ Or loodljo .
I or.r", odopt-. 35 I rO/2g t9 ir uddi, on
b o,lel (1o,.
." 'eqL'r".
foodl qa. r-aLi,- ,t o,r.", odop.., lt. OilBrs

,1
'"
odd r'o. to bro(ket
shown
lFor complel brdckei ond pote dolo, see poses 25, 26 dnd

t,

27.

[l
showino two-. three-- I
O,,.'"r. ,,n'alU.
t.,.-,"ir

r-.1"i I

""a
or.onoemenrs.

60
40

,,"

I,2,

...--''.

n -

3 dt 120"

-58

l3
30

3 qt 120"

Qt-500a

(fr.l

(inJ

I ^-_--11--1 l l
u--

Aluminum Rigid Poles wi:h Flor Pldte Top

I
I
I

Ill

A
],1

rt--'

l-series general'purp0se floodlights,,,,.,,*.,,,.u,.,.


Fis.2

Fig. I

i'

'i- -- -iri. .

i!

1.sI

f4;

"*
-rS/E
ti

lf the unir i5 to be mounted


wiih trunnion in the verticol
po5ition. ii connot be oimed
more thon 45 desiees below

t-59A FTOODIIGHT

Unit.onnot be molnted with

t,55A FIOODLIGHT

.f

die

crt'

aluminum, complele w

to tacrlilale wir

,u,' ,ng"bo*

reflector has an Alzak aluminum finish'


"ance.-O"e-piec"
This
facetedrear reflector gives unilorm lighting to eliminate
source-image projection. Built-on wrench, repositioning stop,
and gatvanized steel trunnion bracket with vertical degreemarking scale permit easy aiming and mounting ShiPped
with 1Y? ft. No. 14-3 SO wire.

1l_

'r 'rter'n 'l


rng The lrunni^n :' of g;lv'niz"d

tions. Relamping is done from the rear'

Floodliqh

FloodLlqht Perf ormdrce

g".. St""d

r."*Filomenr

posi_

suited for all types of medium and close-range outdoor flood_


Iighting applications due to its flexibility and ease of mainte-

vertical deglee scale and a handy,buiit onwrench


which eliminates the need for tools for most aiming oPera-

steel;ith

i. rhe verticql

The L-55A floodlight is an inexpensive open unit ideally

The L-69A floodlight is suitable f.rr practically all types of


outdool floodlighting applications. It features an Alzak aluminum reflectoi. with a faceted rear portion to produce a
uniform beam without source-image projection The socket
housins rs

lrunnion

Ttr.,
lDes

Filomenr

l5OO Wotts (GE Desig. 1500) 33'000

-"

u"u.

Ds

l50O Wotts (GE )esis. 15OO) 33,000 lniriol L0mens

r]2
vw f ll8,
M L 40 . 40

lre,586

16,500

59JT

ra.B7o

35 t74413

tz,*e:

c5olGo26

ozs
rto,ooo r:
sq- fr'r nei weilrht, opproximqlelv ll lbs

so.o

eg..t* p-]"".a.,e4 is 1.8


NOTE: Also ovdiLoble for 4OO_wotl mercurv lomp operoiion Conta'j vour
ci s.t". orn.", trqn.hised osenr, or dinrib!tor for deloiLs

54000 tnitioltumen5

vwTrts ' rrs

36,too

T 6tt

l n,1oo 22tH94o

c508G053

Efiecrive proieded qred is l 8 sq fi, nel weisht, opproxinoielv l5 lbs'


Con
/ ono
NOTt: Al,o o"o loble io' 4OO ond 7OO ^oll n'(utribrlor
ro 'ppli(o'ioa
lcors
Om.e f'o. l "doqpn,ord
'or)ou'OESo'
\o'
oa'd
obo"
oe
o' i'u"'
'lr,r,nnon
'o
- ro oe ',,o",ded "ri.ol/
;,-;;;
i;" -,;
. r."r o o ' ao . ,i r b" p'op''r/ pro,"d
". ",-,
;l,c.nl,
l5OO^dil a-r' OE de'q ol,oa 5OOG48 6 3IOOO ir "a -'Jmer5
sir.- _rli lomp n L:l b' opP'orFd \o' /o, ol lo bo'c do$ ' reo Flle( o' '
rordted 180 desres.

,;

Cot. No. 35 I10728 56 cro$drm odoPler


wirh 180-degree scole for horizontol trur_

, -._
|

fitii
I

It!

Fie.4 -,,-!!l."-q

cor. No. 35-l10728-05 odoPter for Roi woll


or wood-pole nounting

Cdt. No. A66Gl36+ PoleroP bollost ddoPter


far ane 7th" bolloe ond two Roodlishts.

For mosl opplicol ons, order cro5:orm

35 110728 56 os wll os obo"e


^,r.,.rcr
..r":i., I'uinio" of floodlqhr mov bs
mo!iled verli.olL/ onlv if floodlishr
.l.e! not irrerfere wilh bollosr'
lcdt Nos. in.lude odoplinq plote for
use with.poxy bdllan
General Noie: Fdr bro.kel dnd PdLc

+.1.q4

1'':'",.
i!'a'!rrr
I
-,

-, "i,,a^,."Fs
'

.*,

Cot. No. 11072803 cro$orm ddoPter wirh

l8O-degree scdle lor verticol trunnion mount_

12

Fig.7

Fis. 5

Fig.3

ins.

:/

re.odmcndolions, see looJnote u.der

Fis.6

cot. No.35-ll07?806 ongle btocket for

vertjcol ir!nnion mountlng wiih

360'ddiun

robles on p. ll Jor 1694,

@ Powr"Spot" narrow.heam floodlights

Fig. I

* 0""^o,.*o'.."

gasketed door.

The luminaire shall be a heavy-duty


rNEMA $eJrherpronf floudt;ghl eqJrv
. lenr lo ' Cener.l EIerlr'c PoqroSpor

spun aluminum.

Alzak aluminum

refl ector.

Cat. No. C529 . . . consisting of a durable


spun aluminum housing, integral ballast,
Al,,dk aluminum |eFe, r, r. ..mpe|ed

Door assembly has clear, heat and


impact resistant, tempered flat glass,
with rolled clamp band, hinged and
relamping. Four die cast, spring

loaded positiveJocking latches.


Gaskets are made of heat-resistant,
longJife material.

rrd and , ,ble srr-in

relief.
Galvanized-stee1 trunnion bracket
wilh !erlical degree scale rnd repo,ition stop allowing rear relamping.

m. rk ing .cdle and I eposrl iu ing .1op. A ll


hardware to be noncorrosive. Optical assembly to be equipped with a charcoal

filter

Noncorrosive hardwar-e. visual aiming device.

(For mounting orrqngements see pqge


coi. No. (Les tomp) I

f- *; f,;
I

heil-resislinr .o\ar gla\\,,ecurod with


springload latches, galvanized-steel
rrunnion muurring br"cket $rlh degree-

latched to reflector housing to permit

Charcoal-filter equipped optical as,


sembly.

bu

Guide Form Specificotions

Reflector housing is heavy-ga uge

railroad yards.

. Tprm;n.l

^** -*,, -,*o

Cast aluminum ba l1a st hous ing


painted gray, ballast removable thru

The PowroSpot floodlight is suitable


for applications requiring a heavy-duty
unit fol. high intensity Ilghting with the
floodlight located remotely, such :rs
sports stadiums, buildlng exteriors, and

"

Wilhour

P E.
Re.epro(te

vor,s

l5)

Beom Spreod

Appror. weiqht (tb.)

Horizonrol., V.rti.ol

"

lo.q*e,

oeqrees

4o(!WATT LUCALOXI (For use wirh LU-4OO tomp)

1"",.l

LI

t000-wATT MULTI-VAPORiT (For use


H

iqh

12a
2ao I
208 |
277
180

C529G501

2A
2A

20

Cs29c5At
C529c505

2A

c520cr0l

277
480
120

240
208
277
480

26\25
26\25
26x25
26

D . 'rril-i',oJi.
L, t- r

\25

42.

42.4
12.1
42.4

c529G105

26 x25

c5294117
c529Gl I8
c529Gt

58x55
58x55

,13.6

58x55

43.6

58r55

c529G1rQ
c529G121

",

'!2.4

58r55

It

NOTE: Proj.td ored of powr Spot ltoodtight 2.9 squore feer.


+Other rarinss or modificdrjon5 rot lisred orc nor nornio ty
in .o.rinLous pro
d .' o, P-f,
-. .o, o,o tobi ..
,r .; .,i
C-

O't.e .r

41.9

.+t.9

20 x21

c529G102
c529Gt 03
c529GtQ4

204

iFor bdilosl eledricdl dotq, see }]oqe

x21

35 t74683
35 17 46A3
35 174683
35 t24683
35 174683

75
75
75

75

with MV-looo lomp)t


120
244

a529c5a2
c529G503

"o "

32.

43.6
43.6

35
35
35
35
35

1746A6
174686

35
35
35
35
35

1716q4
)7469A
17469a
171698
174698

62

62
62
62
53

46A6
174.486
17

)746A6

62
62
62

75
75
75
75
75
75
75

53

. lr lFto | ..oLdit 6./p- lonp o,a-. t..o 1 G- ,-,o t - ,, ! v itr !ooor tro.
or !o bF . -d
r G-r-.ot L . .t, ( .ot". Ofti-e o, D: ;,.
, ro, ror d.'oit-d bo o.r o. d
..- ,..i";
ooo iqr - ro.o ,i
"ii .
",,
ob'rrti ot rre opp/i.otior.

Bedn Spreod

Horizortol
Deqrees "^
tu.olox

-,100-worr

Merc!ry
(cleor) t000 wall
Me..ury
(Coldr lnrprovedt 1000 wotr

u""'..f

Decrr.'

50x53
92 x

lol

ll0xlll

]2O x 121

35

174724

4rl

35
35

17 46A2

63.3

35
35

174727
174715

53.4

574

171714

iRe{r ihquiries to yo!r neqresi cenerot Elo.tric Sotes Office or Dinrihor".

I3

Powerflood' floodlights

, , ,,,,,*..,,.u,.,.
P 10004

The Powerflood unit is designed for apolic-tr.ns whele a hedvv-durJ fioodlighl

producing

c wide b"am wrlh unilorm


neede,l. AII Lnil' ledl ule

21),',

2811

22',.|"

2A1h

9\"

12Y,"

10r/,"

14y,"

t0-

111/,"

197,"

24ri."

straight:line design and built-in baltasts


The full line is functionally desjgned to
make installation f:rst and maintenance
simple.

The P-400A is particularly suited for


lrRhrine p,llkrng lu1c. bu:ldrng e\lerior'.
construction sites, and small sports
areas. It is also well suited for protective
lighting and landscape lighting
The P-1000A is particularly suited for
lighting large outdoor recreational. commercial, and industrial areas, such as
golf courses, shopping center parking
lots, or plant protectjve lighting.
Where more light per unit is desil-

Fig.2

Slurdy. dre ca5l .lumrnum housing.

Weatherproof (NEMA standard)


construction,
H) dr ol, rmed. Alzrk-finis\ed rluminum reflector.
Adjustable lalnp socket, allowing variation in beam spread.
Tempered heat- afld shock-resistant
clear cover glass.

able. and 2000-hour lamp life js acceptabte. the P-10004 unit can be provided

with a speciat ballast to operate 1000watt mercury lamps (clear and color_
improved only) at 1500 watts.

Heavy-gage, galvanized-stee1 trun-

nion mounting with vertical

{Order mounling odopters ond occessories seporotely)

'*

I*
I2At24A

l2A\244

211
480

I?O
240
208

2J7
480

I bLlilt-'n ph-loeleclric

Access covers tethered and closed by


stainless steel captive screws.

Rifle sight for daytime aiming.


Charcoal-fi 1te1ed optical :rssembly

(Order mouniing qddplers seporotely)

i'0"
r 1t2
r 112

6i

:5

6l

112

61

l38 x 1l2
138r ll2

61
61

35
35
35
35

138 x 112

6l

:5

c521G001

138

c521G0021
c52l c013

138

1:18 x

c521G003
c521G004
c521G005
c521G038
c521G082
c521G079
c521G080

120

c521G081
c521G 500

240

c521G503

2Aa
217

c52lG50!

1il8 x 112
152 r 112
152 x 112

lrlV 400rBD
N1V 4Ol], BD
N,IV.4Ol]'BD
]MV 4 l]O,'BD
lYlv

152x112
152 x 112
151 x 115

400,8D

LU 4l]1],'BD
LU-41]O,BD

c52 t G507

L!
L!

c521c508

LU 4OO BD

151x 115

l5irll5

400, BD
400/BD

151 ! 115
151 x t 15

170070
170070

i70070

6il

:15 174510

63

35 174510

62
62
62
62

35 174510
35 I74510
:5 174463
35 174463
35 174463
35 174463

Al
E

1500 watt

132 x 110

0l

c522C114
c522G115
c522G113
c522G118
cs22G089

MV Il]OO,/BD

141x 101
141 r 101

480

240
208
217
480

!5.174463

c522G023

240

208
277
480
480

35 174510
63
6:l

6l

1500 wall

132 x 110
132 x 110
132 i 110
132 r 110
132 x 110
132 r 110
I32 x 110
132 x

c522C001
c522Goo2t
c522G015'
c522G005
c522c'407
c522G003
c522G004
c522G022

120\240
12A\244

170070
170070

35-170070

f*n'

17007 0

61

152xll2

cun-

rrol r eceDtacle lor.ulumalic indivrd


ual unit iontrol.

EiJi-

lisllncs are 400 watt


re.eplac e (bal asl and P E receDtac e laclorv wired for 120 volt operaiion)
I Faciory w red ior 120 voLl operat on
lFor balast elect.ical d!la, see pace 32
AData based on Fhosphor coated mercurv lanrp
NoTES:
W th P

ODtiona

EiI],

\?0
208

degree

scale and repositioning stop Avail


able with top trunnion for mountinl
from above at extra cost
Prewired terminal board for convenient electric supply connections.

MV 1000,, BD
IMV.lOOl]'BD

1000,i80
MV.l 1]r]O,/ BD
N1V

35.174265
35 174265
?,5.t74265
35 174265
35.174265
35 i74265

61
61

6i
61

61

li0

l41x

35 174265
35 174265

6t

35 174265
35
35
35
35
35

101

141x l0l
141x 101

NOTES: Al I siines are lO1]O watts unLess indicaled


'!'liih P.E. receplacle (ballast 3nd P E receptacle factory wrred
tFactory wlred lor 120 volt operalion
page 32
+For Ballast Elecirlcal Daia, see

ior

120 vo

174512

r745\?
174512
174512

\74512

operation)

ADaia basad on phosphor coated mercurv lanp


phoionetrlc relerence
l15O0watt daia based on and prorated lranr r0OO'wait

a$,
Plrosphor Coated
Phosphor Coated Nlercury

154x 1il2
128

96

49x66
120x98
121,82

56
69

35 174401

52

35-170060

48

il5

57

174404
35.17450e

l5

170058

ercury

154 x

i36

131 x 108

93x74

50r59

Net

t4

23
23

25
47

1000 tratl wlihout bal asi


1000 watt with ballast
1500 wali siih ba lasi

4.0

53
81
93

40

35 174375
35 174264
:15.174266
3s 174405

Guide Form SPecificotions

The luminaires shall be a heavy-duty (NEMA)


or,,of fl,..ll,ehr pcu v.rlenL 1o Cenpr

400.wati withoul bal asl

65
51
55
44

174350

l5

25r50

Nf

ShlDpins
32
54
64
92

Elec

'weather-

spPcif) lrpe
'

'l
'i'
i,-qoon c "rll'lo. Cs,z tC. .nr P1n00A.C'1.N.C522C)
. . . consisting of durable die-cast aluminum housing integral
ball:lst, face;d Alzak aluminum reflector, adjustable socket,

galvanized-steel trunnion mounting bracket with vertical de


iree-marking scale and repositioning stop, and tempered heat
iesistant cover glass Photoelectric cottrol receptacle for in_

dividual unit control (optional)

Powerflood' and Powr"Spot' floodlights


+
Fi9.3

fi9.4

rd

Cdt. No. 35 I10728 28 for 2

rd pipe (23;"

sto I do

O.D.)

Fi9. s

Cot. No. 35.110728 02 .,o$,


orh odoprer wirh I80.de9,ee
scq e for ho, iu onr.l irurfLon

Col. No. 35-l10728-03 cro$


arm odoPter wnh I80 desree
scole

Cdt. No.35.110728 05 domFs


on l.9" io 3.0" O.D. pipe. By

for veriicol trufnior

discordins th. U boli it con


be used for eirher wd I or
wood pole mounting wtrh 5r',
didm.ter ihrough boh afd r;"
diomeler la9 screws (noi 5!p

..1

.t

-.f-ir
,.,.,h...11,

t'

Fig.7

,ri.--::- j

su

pporr bro.kel for

verlica trunrion mounting


wnh 360 desree ddiunment.

rt072835

cot. No.

35.110728-3.1 Pole
clomp bofd Jor mounriig, wirh

TOP V SOR

\,
,tll

ll)
t.-1'
I i
l. li,r
ii
Fis. I0

Cor

A (in.)

roea.or
vs.R

tz:za'ooj

Lt

o9ll1:" r.o

36
36
36

P-t0004

!00.wo11 unjl; Cdt. No.


35 107020 02 for 1000 worJ

35..t 12308

0'

20'

35 t12t97

2s',

02

-42

30

30
30

35

qu6nrily l

25' 35 112198-02

49

30'
35',
44'.

-50

5l

30,

,52

35',

0a

P-to00A

P 10004

30
30
30

35 I12308,08

48

35 I12308 t(

48
48

-O)
08

20 35

25',
30'
35',
!9!

-at
40

!iit).

,03

112308 0i

No.

for 400 wo

unir; ccr. No. 35 107020-04

. .i ,i;J
n-.
i l +^ -,

Cot. No-

P-t000A

ord sid vi50r (c.t.

No.

P r000A

0l {or

for I000 woit

AND POIES (Select brocket cot. no. qnd pole cot. no.)
i

i ,/'(

35.107020.03

35.I I0728-34).

Sreel Bro(le,s+ * irh


slier, Her Mounr'nq

Top viior lCor. No.35 107020-

Top

oiming dddpier for use with


pole comp bofd (Cal. No.

oiher ddopte6, !p to,4 !nits


on o 6" to S" diometer pole.

STEET BRACKETS

lr,2

Cot. No.35

Fi9.8

Cqt. No. 35 I10728 06 ongle

broced

08
08

2r9ti_o]
02

,03
07

-q8

P 10004,

ii

L- U_'

.1

._l-

r"r
c'---,*J
.Il

","#"ll
|

Fiq,,
,,.", ,'n,,

o, n'"nu,
l shokinq two,
unit rhree-unii, ond
po

fourunit brocker or

35 r i2it8 or
25',
02
20'

tc

30

tc

-03

35'
40'

07

ALUMtNUM BRACKETS AND pOtES (Selecr brocker cqr. no. ond pole cot. no.)

F' r l
IL:
I r.r
!-- !

,,

,,.-ll
Aluminum

,isid pole

showiio rwo-u n it,


three unrt- dnd fou'ufir brocl.er o',onqe-

..,.

p toool

""

35 I10739 r2

(.f

-:-n

s;i;;f] c.' r".

'l
i!,.
i
-=l

nF " -r
d -o
R

Al!minum Brd.keisi
wirh fl0r Plore

.,

25
2

30

35

30

35 I1073t t4

30

35 I10739 t5

62

58

'al:'*;:v
l

2,3 ot 12a'
2

-7e
-53

0739 t3

55
30

63
73

L]

71

I
I

3qr 120'

48

35-]]0739-t

41

l5

35

64

3 dr 120'

2,3 at 120'

56

40

36

2,3 ot 120'

I10739 t6

dil20'

'1,2,3at t20"

:.r uo'
s,.alqo.
i
2

/,tl

NO-F _Do ,. .(F t-F po.


..., ,t,
., do i.d io,.,d,

:,,,1.-j:.;::.'

;For other brd.t.t..d

_ o,. ..,. o

.oop. i.

ozre ze

pole dqro, iuh ro poqes 25,2b and

22.

.-,

o.

,i J.."-

r.

l5

@ P-175 Powerflood' mercury floodlights

IJ
1",-1

Gencral Electric's new P-175 Power-

flood'' floodlight is ideal for

close-up

lighting applications. The P 175

is
designed to satisfy the demands of contractors. highrvay departments .rnd con-

for a high-efliciency, low cost


lloodlighting unit.
The P 175 Powerfiood uses mercury
light sources to give the owner high operating and malntenance economy, with
24.000 hours lamp liIe. Unit's patterned
door glass reduces glare to a minimum
ancl heips achieve even, comiortable dissultants

tribution of light. Color rendition is excellent \1'ith Deluxe White mercury


lamps.

With tough,

weather-resistant, cast

of 120 or 240volt operation, the P-l75 is your best


buy lor any close-up application. Builton trunnion bracket, pre-wired ball:rst
constrr-Lction and:r choice

.rnd e.1sy mounting puts the light where


you want it-qujckly and economic:rlly.

Supplied with 3 conductor No. 14AWG c.rble with a water-tight tt


NPT cable clamp ( included for convenience in conduit box wiring).
The strong galvanized steel trunnion
bracket provides for easy aiming and
m,]unting of tbe unit.

The reflector is made from heavy-

gage formed Alzak aluminum to pro-

vide for maximum reflectivity and


long life.

The door glass is flat patterned, heat


.nd w-..ther r-.sistrnt. which reduces
g]:ire and enhances the appearance.
An extruded gasket completely surrounds the door glass edge and insures a weathcr tight seal between
the glass and reflector.
A single captive screw provides firm
seating of the door against the reflector. A quick-release hinge permits the
door glass to be removed Ior easy
cleaning.

The reflector and ballast housing are

gasketed to assure a weather-tight


joint.

The heavy-duty porcelain shell mogul socket with lamp grip keeps the

Guide Form Speci{icolions


The luminaire shall be constructed of a
cast aluminum housing and formed

aluminum:rlzaked reflector with f lat


patterned heat and shock resistant door
91ass. The integrat ballast shall be rated
175 watts (250w) at 120 volts (240V,
2 77) . Mounting shall be by means of a
galvanized tr-unnion steel bracket (on

li"

conduit). The ballast plimary con-

nections shall be with 4 ft. of No. 14


AWG 3c cable (5 feet of No. 16 cable. 2
single connectors).

lieht in fixed focus.

Cqt. No.35-

Cot- No. 35 110728-05 clomps


on 1.9" to 3.0" O.D pipe.

11A728 A6

By discording thc U-bolt it con


be used for either wdll or wood

poe mo!niins with t;"

didm-

eler throlgh bo t ond 'rz" diometer los 5crews (not s!pplied).

fl,

Fig.5

(lb.)

*y:*?:1.,.

Mdniinq

Ship.

Pe.eptac e

175
175
175
175
250
250
250
254

NOTF, Proie.ted ored

of Type

P.175 floodlishl

For ba last elecirical data, see paee 32.

t6

12A

r20

240
244

,40
240
277
277

is dpproximolev

t_0

c530G001
c530G002
c530G003
c530G00,1

35 174638-00
35 t 7-,i638-{0
35 r7,,1638 00
35 174638 00

t8

25

20
20

27

t8

25

c530G006
c530G007
c530G008
c530G009

35 174638
35 174638
35 174638
35 174638

2A

27
25
27

00
00
00
00

t8
20

t8

27

25

6ri

ilnrnrion
modeLs ore furijshed with fourfeer, No. l4 Aws, lhree
'(ordu.fo' brackl
.ob e with 3/a inch N.P.T. stoin .elief conneclor,
Sl irch conduil modeL5 ore f!rnished wirh ny6leef, No l6 Aws .dble, lwo
I
I

Sign, wall, and underpass luminaire

u L LsTNGspRovDED

-f
i

This versatile luminaire is designed for vertical surface


mounting to illuminate underpasses or the grounds around
buildings, or it can be mounted horizontally to light signs or
walls. It will light an area 1 mounting height on either side
of the fixture and 2 mounting heights in front of the fixture
with a uniformity ratio of 4: 1.

Guide Form Specif icotions


The Luminaire shall consist of a cast aluminum housing

.
.

',1

.
.
.
.
.

Casr Jluminum

houiing,nd door.

Mounting on 1/a" IPS pipe or by 3 bolts through holes in


back of fixture.
Alzak aluminum reflector and heat resistant prismatic
lefractor.

containing the ballast and a cast hinged door containing th;


optical assembly. Mounting shall be by means of (a) three
bolts through holes in the back of the fixture, (b) ly2" lpS
pipe in the bottom of the fixture. Wiring \\,ill be connected
to the fixture at the pre wired terminal board located be
hind the optical assembly. The optical assembly will con-

sist of an Alzak': aluminum reflector and a heat-resistant

prismatic refractor which will be sealed and filtered through


a charcoal filter. The ballast shall be a regulator type
rated (250, 175) watts and 120X240 volts. The Luminiire
shall be equai to cE Cat. No. C730c---.

Optical assembly charcoal filtered.


Integral ballast 175- or 2so-watt.
Prewired terminal board.
Optional PE control receptacle.

:Prop'Flo'y prr olA rmi1,n ao ponyolA-F'i.o

175

120 x 240

c730G001

27

29

175

l2A x

2AO

c730G003

27

29

250

12O

x 240

c730G005

2A

30

250

120

c730G007

,a

30

210

l7

Powerglow' luminaires

This handsome family of luminaires

oi requiremcnts for cir


.ular symmetricJl lighI disl rrbutron.
mcets n vrrrelr/

such as shopping centers, parking lots,


parks, and malls. A11 combine high nighttime efllciency with stylish day-time

lEs

*"'',
A-4OOO

%i,.

'"*

with four mercury lodps (IOOO-wo HlO00C36_15), iniiiol lumens

r000i4l

r20i

5NV

The A-4000 is designed for four 1000watt color-improved mercury lamps

r000(4)
t000(,1)
r000(41

240+
208
277

S.N V

ual giobe discoloration) or four

r000(4)

,180

S,N V

1000(,1)

apPearance,

(clear mercury lamps might cause grad

1000can also be

watt Multi-V:rpor lamps. It


eqLripped for 700- or 40o-watt mercury
lamps if reduced light or.rtput and brightness is desired. The A-1000 is designed
for a single 1000-watt color-improved

120

5NV

000(t)
r0!0(4)

2.10

s,N

r000(4i

204
717

S N.V
S N,V

r000(.11

-130

400

120
208

,100

2.10

400
,i00

277
480

oI

dr:,.w latches

(A-1000), hidden by a removable alltminum collar. The collar is heid captive


by a tether.

Access

to A 250 internal parts

is

through the removable canopy.

Ballasts are integrally mounted and

pre-wired, Power connections are rnade


at the slipfitter.
Slipfrtte.s are cast aluminum. held to
the top of a pole by set screws. Pole outside diameter should be 4 inches for the
A-4000, 2li inches for A 1000, and 3

available on special order.

Guide Form Specifi cotions


Luminaire shall be General Electric
(,4-4000), (A 1000), (A 250) Power-

glow, Cat. No. (specify), consisting of


heavy-gage aluminum canopy, diffuse
acrylic plastjc globe. cast aluminum slipfitter for (specily) jnch Pole-top mounting, socketed for (specily ratin+ and

lype oI lamp), and with


wired (specity raliflg tf desired) ballast
integral, pre-

components. To be furnished in (specify


co./o.) 6nish.

t8

wilh

230

c709G127

t28

35 )71523
35 174523
35 174523
35 174523

sNv

234
230
214

129

r30

one her(ury ldmp (IOOO-wott HIOOOC36_15, iniriol lumens 54,000, or 400-wdtt


H400C33-1, initiql lumens 20,000)

,100

!00

t20

400

240
124
208
21A
277
480
480

r00o
t000
1000

r000
r000

r000

35 17 4407
35 174447
35 174407
35 174447
35 114407

s c-v

scv

5CV
5CV

scv
scv
5CV
scv
s c.v
scv

35 174407
35 174444
35 t74408
35 171408
35 17,1408
35 17A4AA
35 t74408

5CV

s,c v

s-c v

57

c725G00r
3

57

57
57

52
52

73
73
73
73
73
70

c725G008

A-loO0 with one Multi-vopor lomp (looo'wott Mv'10008/D)iniriol lumens 90,000


35 17 4471
scv
120
r000
35 174471
5CV
244
1000
35 17 41/1
5CV
208
t000
051
35 174471
s.c v
277
t000
014
35 17 4471
r000
A-IOOO

with one Lucolox ldmp

(4OO

t20
208
244
277
480

inches for A-250.

A photoelectric cofltrol receptacle is


optional on top of A 4000 and A 1000
units up to 285 volts. For individual controt of 120-volt A-250 luminaires, photoelectric control accessory Cat. No. 35ool750 0l rs .railable fur moLrnting in
place of the wiring access door. Paint
finish is standard: match colored luminaires by ordering "similar to Cat. No.
35-962750-01 except (color) finish."
Controls for 208,2,+0. and 277 volt units

SNV

00014)

up to 500 watts.

wing nuts (A-4000)

sNv

A"IOOO

m.intenance. cor.rnterbalances on the A


4000 and A-1000 units alllrw the globe
to be slipped down easily fo1 access to
internal components. Globes are held by

230
230
230
23A
230

A-4ooo wirh four Muhi-vopor lomPs (1000'wort MV_looo/Bo) initiol lumn5 320,000

mercury lamp, and can also be equipped


for either zl0o-watt mercury. 100o-watt
Multi Vapor, or 40o-watt Lucalox lamps.
The A-250 can be suPPlied for 175 or
25o-watt mercury or any lilament lamp
Globes are diffuse acrylic plastic to
avoid glare. Canopies are heavy_gage
spul aluminum. Fol relamping and

204,OOO

c709G001

A-250-with

wdtt LU-4008/D) iniri"l lumens 42,000


c725G542
35 t744lA
5CV
503
35 174414
5CV
500
35 174410
5CV

scv
scv

mercury ldmp
12A

175

2AA

'17

-480

't75

24Q

175
250
250
250
254
250

120

501

504

initiol lumens

120

Los

A-250 wirh xternel mercury

bollost

scv
scv
L scv

2l

c716G002

35 174330
35 174330
35 r7,r330
35 t74330
35 t7,1330
35 174330
35 174330
35 r74330
35 )74334

5CV

7100,

10,500)S

l-,zo::o

208
480
240
r20

174414
171410

(175-wo Hl75C39-22, inii;ol lumens

H25oC37-5,
t75

3s
35

57
57
57
57

71

21

t8
t8
23
23

c716G008

tl

23

t3

t9

12

19

250 wotls hoximum

lI"

4-250, muhiple .ircuir, for filoment lqmPs

:s tzr::o

czrooor'r

500 wofts moximum

scv I

Efieclive p.oie.fed dreds (sq fi): 12OforA4000,615


'see pdses 3l and 32 for bo lqst eledricol dord

rs tz,t::r

ctrocoo,

ll

forA 1000,24fo' A250

po.e b , e oq.o
s"lo" ^ liqnr ro d oro 'oro finishs. Orde. "similor lo Cor'
'ooo '
or) liish
e r.epl
l.o
'n
+120r'240 duol volldse b!1.onnec1ed for volJose shown
gOrher b!il1.in bol dsr rotinss dvoiLobe: resulotor 24QV,277V, ord 4Aa! i rcd.1ot--277y NPF, 240V, .nd

,a'di ool. ol-o i


N6

7f dio
--

4 lonps (nol inc udad )

Glob supporl hool


{ 6 ser screE,

irief

fia

+-

3,rl)

Fis.2

A-r oo0

Fis3

K"

Fig.4

a-250

?|
Fig.5

Fis.6

l9

Poles for A-1000, A-4000 luminaires

Steel
Hcdvv-duly, round, Iapered. rigid steel

pole=

lo' us" wilh lhe A 4000

and

A-1000 Powergtow units are 11 gage,


single-piece construction with guaranteed minimum yield strength of 48'000
psi. A 41lr-inch by 6-inch handle is provided with reinforcing frame:rnd cover'

Aluminum

Hinged Poles for A'4000 Unit

Seamless round aluminum Poles are


-Dun-Llra$ 1 f16rn o06J f,ll.v tubing to

Steel hinged poles for ground-level


maintenance may be used. The hinged
lealure permit- lJwer:ng the lumrnaires
to ground level for servicing

provrde rigid pnl-\ w:lh min:mal $Jtl


ihi.knesr of .la8-rnch f^r' r,'e wrth
A-1000-4000 luminaires. All poles are
sround t. a permanenl "alrn hnish. and
for ea'1 un

J"liver'ed tile-urappetl

wrapping at the installation site.


A 4-inch by 6-inch handhole is Provided with a cast reinforcing frame and

flush mounting cover to add to the


appesrance uf ihe unil
'treamlrneJ

The shalt is one-piece steel with

50,000 psi yield strength, cold-formed


for streflgth. These poles have a caststeel base with flush mounting bolt covers and wiring access behind each anchor bo1t. Hand hole is available at extra
See page 27

for further details.

POTES FOR A.4000

*,,.| B6e I .i:ll


Diom
{fr

('n.) I 'n sq r L Diom.


ri.
lL

in

sreel, Rigid,Anchor Bdse,3l?in. slonddrd PiPe (a

35 112197

ll,ninu-,

nigid, 1..+,or Bdse,

3t in

Fis.3)*

;;

OD) IoP Tenon {See

Fig I)
n.5

8.5
9.0

70

stonddrd piPe (4

sreel, Hinsed, An<hor Bose, Extro'heovy Dutv, 3l'?

,t.

slclD

in

12.5

OD) ToP lenon (See Fig 2)

in' stqndord Pipe (4 in OD)

-L
m

ToP Tenon {see

Fig.

/
12 |
::
I " ""i;
| ;;;
,,".
I
I ;I lT I "

35

'

rr

ll2lee

'r

*NoIE:winchwith.dblej5requ'redIo'Usewilhdbovepo]esfolA.,40ooPowerqlowins}olldtions'only
.". p.. i'.i.tt"ri." is requi'ed brder cdr' No 35-1036'40-10-

POIES FOR A-I

OOO

Diom.
"""lin I

(fr-)

Blc

g*.

Boll

Size

I'n. rq.l

{i"

9_5

f$t

10_0

|_0
Alufrinum, A.chor Bo!e,2 in.5tondord PiPe

zol
25
3o

(23b

in

OD)

Iop renon lsee ris'

A4

9_75

-85

r0.50

35 112197

86

u.25

Fig.2

?)

9 t0

l0-l l

M2

NOTE, for poles for A 250 see Poge 2l

fr

,__J-

IUJ
Galvanized anchor rods and
plated nuts are {urnished with
each pole. See pages 26 and
27 for anchor base details.

20

Fig. 3

I
n

Pedestal poles f or PlvlA-115, Plvl0-1 16, PlvlA-l 17,


A-250, TC-l00 and Power Sphere luminaires
Steel

Aluminum

Round, tapered poles for post-mounted luminaires are 11,


gage, single-piece construction with steel of 48,000 psi yield
strength. Pole tops are designed to receive a luminaire with
minimum inside diameter of 3 ys inches.
Anchor base style is furnished complete with acorn type
nuts lor securing to the anchor rods. It contains an access hole
with a cover in the pole. Embedded-type poles have a wire
entrance hole 18 jnches below ground line.
Poles are given a shop coat of rust-inhibitive primer. Galvanized anchor rods and plated nuts are furnished with each
pole where requir-ed. For details, contact your nearest General Electric sales of6ce, franchised agent, or distributor.

Seamless round, tapered aluminum poles are ground to an


attractive, permanent satin finish after they have been spundrawn {rom 6063 alloy tubing. The poles, with a strong, one

ll

t,,,,

eighth inch minimum wall thickness are heat-treated to

ping, and galvanized anchor rods and plated nuts are fur

nished with each pole where required.

in9

Bolr

{fi.)

(in

ln

1,i
,.^"

6 temper for added strength after fabrication.


The anchor-base style provides a wire access hole between
the anchor lugs, and a spun aluminum cover attractively conceals the bolts and access opening. The embedded type pole
has a wire entrance hole 18 inches below ground level.
A1l poles are delivered "tire-wrapped" for easy unwrap-

(in.)

(inJ

Aluminum, An(hor Bose, Ploin Top {3-in. OD)


(See Fis. 3)

e'_?o

+,tL!t
fig.

t0

35

112197 46

12

-13

11

-l4

t6

t5

t8
20

93k

-16

I07s

_13

103/a

Aluminom, Ehbedded, Plqin Top (3-in. OD)


(se'! Fig. 4) (Embedded portion <oored wirh biiuBolt

(ft.)

(in.)

(in.)

12

35 I I2197-01

464

ti
tl

-02

t6

{3

5.24

1l

20

37

5.80

tt

Sreel. Embedded, Ploin Top (3-in. OD)


(5ee Fis.2)

35

t0

35-112197-47

12

17

t1

-18

l)

t,1

t0

16

Sreel, An.hor Sose, Ploin Top (3-in. OD)


{see Fis.

(i.

1l

4.68

I
5

20

Alum;n!n, Tronstormer Bose, Pldin Top (3.in. OD)


{See

t0
12

112197

l9
20

tig.5)
35 1t2197-1a
_21

t1

12,5

12.5

't2.5

11

-{6

16

12.5

20

,38

t8

_24

12.5

20

15

125

23

2t

@ Poh-top-mounted luminaires

U L. L]ST]NGS

PROVIDED

Pole-top-mounted luminaires are

All PM-line luminaires feature a


iislant lo vdnd,li:m. ThF rrfrdclor:'

lightweight acrylic refractirr, which is re-

Fig.2

ered

entrance roads, walkways, parks, apartment or housing developments, small


parking areas, or other applications call
ing for units combining high night-time
efirciency with stylish day time:rppear-

"t

Fis. I

off

in a variety of designs, distribution patterns, and ratiogs. This gives the designer a wide selection of equipment for

PM TINE

available in five light distribution patterns. A11 units have a heavy-duty, diecast aluminum base wlth a removable
door which gives access to the self-contained ballast (in mercury units) and to
the prewired terminal board. The clamptype slipfitter with leveling screws is designed for three jnch OD poles or pole-

Fi9- 3

top adapters.

lEs

Tvpet
175 wqfi, phosphor

221H750

I 15

,21p.751

M.5 l
M

221H7 53

6000.lumen 6 amenr

221H75s
22) H759

MSV
'117

Fiq.4

r20

115

175

tEs

o"- r.i+qf

"'
Lumiro r Lle$ Appro..
lomb) Cdt. No. Wl- (b.l

,'.,+

n..".,-

c7080r 59
t60

'|

M5.

c708G169
174

3o

172

120/ 244

MSLV

244

MSI

Fo.lor)

MS V
MS

120

Mer.ury

fir]Ii!
iL^i-;*

erl.rr"t e"tt"r t mutript"

ci,-i t -

lll

22

400-wdti
M,S IV
M S lll

7-in.h Li!

Mcv

M-S

EJ..ri" ' P;;i*ted A-

r.''r.ST N"
r"-"r a"i N. lwr.llb.l

.'a

t,;inoi.e
-i", 11"" lapp."'.

r,' s.r

Verticql Lishl Distribulion S (shor'), M {medium), L (lons)


Vedicdl tighr Conlrol-c (culoft), S (semicutoii), N (nonc!iofil
Latcrol Lishl Distjb!lion (r, ll, lll, lV)

4.1
1.15

327
184

32
32

33
33
3o

30
30

c708Gr

250

N",

426
LL

MSV

250

62

c7o8Ga8-

120

250

L,-i."*Lt"*Inpp.o..
"t..t
!"-" a"r N" lwr ib.l

'See paees 31 and 32 for


ballast eleciricaL data.

iother

240

221n477
22t H880
211HA10
221HA75

6000 l!men nlomenr

t6

'h Builtin Bdlld

Frtlorl

s,a

F;.*

240

175

221H476
',:

Guide Form 5pecifi <otions


Luminaire shall be equal to General Electric (specily PMA 115, PMC-I16' or
PMA-117) Cat. No. (specrly) consisting of die cast aluminum base with access
door, acrylic plastic prismatic refractor, hinged aluminum canopy, and pre-wired
terminal board.

(Cqtolog numbers shown do not


hove P. E. receptdcles)

;* I ;;

M.S IV
M S lt

inss:

bu

li in

ReBu

ballast rat

ator

Reaclor 277V

208V

PF, 240V

2,
79
29

29
29
34

30
30
35
35

3.{

34

3i
3l

tDistribuilon ior nercury


phosphor coated lamps

0ther lEs distributions


avai!able upon request
Dislrib!t on for filamEnt
Luminaires based on clear

ava lable
(space blue, coral, aqua
wood beise, twlLlsht eo d).

!0lher linishes

3l

c708Gt 54

30
30

155
157

io

order, sDecliy 'slmllar

to crt.

No

except in holor)

a7o\G4a7

| 2t
4aa I 2t
48e lLl

I
I
|
J

c6r

8Go75 I

2l

at6 121
077 l21

r.e sq ft.

NOTE: PM luminoires for operolins .100 wolr mercurv


vopo. omps dlso dvdiloble. Order "simior to Cot. No
exccpi for 400 woji operolion '

iii

sh

liPM Luninaires aLso ava il


able wilh DholoeLectric
coni.oL receptacLes To
order, speclfy sim lar to
Cal. No

exceotwlthPE

recep

tacle. 0rder P.E. cont.o


separaie y. See pase 30

TC-l00 "Tovun and Country"" lttlninaires

This new iuminair-e gives modern lighting with a traditional flair. At mounting
hFrglrts o{ 8-14 leet, rr rs rde.l for rpsi
dential streets, apartnent areas, industrial sites. and motels. It is suitable for

use with 75-175 watt phosphor coated


mercury lamps.
The mercury light is controlled by
Lexan! prismatic panels. which produce
a Type III or Type V distribution pat,
tern. The panels resist breakage and are
intellocked at their ver-tical edges to
keep dirt out. Dirt does not enter through
the top, either, since the canopy is gas
keted to the main housing. llowever,
loosening a single captive screw is all
that's necessary to lift up the canopy for
maintenance. It is securely hinged to the
l.rwe. housing.
Durable materials make malntenalce
e\en e1.ier. ThF crn.py. lo$er h,u,rng
:lnd slipfitter are durable die-cast aluminum. coated with black paint. The
decorative br:rss knobs are coated to
keep their lustre.

The slipfitter is designed for a three

inch OD pole top.

n^!

''rrlll
< rr il
\-" \

Fig.5

Standard electrical parts and ballast

are used to give you pr-oven perform.Jnce rn\rde lh s eleginr ncu dFcign.
Standard locking-type control receptacle accommodates the GE Quick Re-

All units hove slipfitter for use on 3-inch

wiJh 120
P. E.

FiE.5

volr

Recepra.le

sponse photoelectric control. The con,


lrol r. hidden undor thc ft r'rned:rlLlmrnum cupola to maintain the traditional

l.'s-inch OD pole top.

Wirh 2n0 voli


Re.eprocle

P. E,

Wilhout
P. E,

Receprd. e

I.UMINAIRE WITH BUIIT.IN POWER.PACK BALIAST


t20

c72ro083

120
240
120

r20

c72t G031
c72t G0t5

c72rc00,1\

M5 l
M S ltl
S l

c72lGAA7
c72tG003

c72rG008!

toiher bd losr worlaqe and vottdqe rdrinq ndr

2A
25

3l
29

c72tG005q

NOTE: Efieclive proleded oreo of Type TC 100 luminot.e ts opproxi'note y t.6 squdr feer,
mrc!,y rdmp i, rec
c t-'. 5ed * h llor oo l. pdirr tai:l":fifj,::"d
^1J^ia
O l' .o o
l--, o'oi.ob " i' m lirJm qJoa:
"J;;"i,i:i:o,*
"ai , o o,i." ooder
or $5.00 oe, L.ir

,"o,.i^r!,,,.'"

Pole-1op adapters are available for


adapting PMA 115, PMC 116. PMA117, and TC 100 units to concrete poles
of various top diameters:
(in.)
(in.

Topered Poles for TC-100


Lum ino ire
(fr.)

(inJ

r0

'12

35-112197 41

o P E r". plocl" oJ- 1o' L o. 3.kire .r.t-m


,.0 'oli to the bolo,l o..l "120 volt. .o he P t.
re.epto.le. Those with 240-voli redctor bollasrs ond
240 voll P.E. rcceprocles ore for lse dn 2 wire 5ys.
1ms, 2,10 volls lo ballosi ond 240 voli5 Jo P.E.

3" oD
OD

35-1 12197-17

Embd

pole in

35

103426 0l

_17

coulk

joinl ol

a2

4,5

03

Other adapters are :rvailable. Contact

your GE Sales Ofirce. fr:lnchised agent,


or distributor for details.
An internal liEht shield is available for

PMA-115, PMC-116. and PMA 117

units only. It cuts off light on the house


side of the luminaire. Order Cat. No.
35-104789-01.

lisred

above dvailoble on opplicotion. Reler inquiries io


your nearesi Generq Eledric So s Ofrce or Agenr,
+caro oq n!mber of umindiredoe5 nor ifc!de tomp
or phoioele.tric control. See poqe 30 for pholoelec
rric conrrol orderins informalion,
!Luminoires with 240 valr rcoctq bo ldsJs ond 120

27

14

35-112197-06

t8

Tapered steel and aluminum poies of


other mounting heights :rnd of the anchor b 'se 3nd Ildnsf-rm*r bdse desrgn
av:rilable on request.
Steel poles are furnished with:t shop

c-ar oi ru"t-inhiLi i,,e pr mer. AIuminum pnles have a ': rrn-g-ound alumi.
nurn finish.

2'o

l-l/4" dio

l8

Fi9.8

Fig.9

Sreel

Embedded

Ploin Top

23

Decorative post lights and posts


TRADITIONAI

uLLsTNGspRovDED

CONTEMPORARY

"--=:--

Fis.3

tr

cPL-3l

cPL-31

lig.4

TUMINAIRE DIMENSIONS

Fcr attractive appearance :rt low cost,


use Traditional (TPL) and Contemporarl, (CPL) decorative lights on.. .

. driveways . gar-dens .
. walkways . pool decks .

patios

malls

These high-quality post lights need very

little maintenance and add greatly to


outdoor enjoyment.

1. Rust proof aluminum canopy.

IPL.I I

2. Decorative brass trim.


3. Impact-resistant, frosted, high

POST DIMENSIONS

grade

plastic panes for soft lighting effect.

4. Black enamel paint, highly resistant

t _n_
1---I-

+
+ lll-

5.

to Iading and chipping.


Optional photoelectric .ontrol in fixture Ior automatic control.

6.

Cast-aluminum fitter and housing for


high strength and durability.

7. Embedded-type, high-strength, l8
gauge steel post has double coating of

black enamel. An optional weatherproof electrical outlet with groundjng


provision is available.
Fis.6
35-l I

l58l-07

35-l

I58l-02

35.1II58t-05

POSTS

I.UMINAIRE

c63r

w'rh bu' I in phoio.le(rric conr,ol

c00l

l2

Mdde

3I wiih bu lt in photoele.lri. .onrrol

wiJh builr-in phoroe

conr.ol

Seven

c631G00,4
c630G001

Seyen foor steel


on.l L,,,ilr in

24

controT

OD

|58i

35

35

II

07

pon, rh.ee ifch OD with c.oss


el..rri.ol ourl.r

orm

Sev.n foot siel post, lhree inch OD with built in

35

t58r

02

t58t

05

c680G008
a63AGa29

wilh buill in pholoelectrlc

tool steel post, rhree inch

q61LG9q'
!q? r99!3

e.ki.

Model TPt
CPL

35-tlt58t-01

8. UL listed.
9. Accommodates all standard filament
lamps up to 150 watts.

c630G036

Seyen

fool slcl posr, rhr.. inch OD with

cross orm

35

llt58l

0t

@ Area lighting mounting arrangements


n
mo unting arrangements are
available for attachment to the top of
rigid and hinged floodlighting poles to
mount floodlights with the proper slip-

Various

'I

fitter adapter.

Be sure to select the bracket with the


proper spread to allow horizontal adjustment of the particular floodlights to
be mounted. Select the pole which will
adequately support the total weight and
effective proiected area to be mounted.

Steel Brockets
Floodiight mounting brackets have 2inch standard pipe (218 in. OD) tenons

supported at the center with a slipfitter


for arliching ru 2-inch .r rndard pipe
(2% in. OD) pole tops.(See page 26,
Fig. 11.) Different spreads are available
to allow horizontal adjustment of different size floodlights.

T
Fis.7

Aluminum Brockets
Floodlight mounting brackets have

2-inch standard pipe horizontal member


welded to a plate which, in turn, will be
bolted to a corresponding plated welded
to the aluminum pole top (See page 26,
Fig. f2).The floodlight mounting tenons
are two inch :landnrd pipe t 2 .b in.
OD), four inches high, and are welded to
the horizontal member far enough apart

to allow horizontal adjustment oI the


floodliehts. Four, 1r-inch, hexagonalhead bolts are fLlrnished with each

Fi9.8

fis.3

; x;

sEr kRE"

o ,0.

bracket for attaching to the pole plate.

Steel Floodhght Brackels with centerlcnan


for I inch.rdndard pipe
'lipfiuer
(27s in.
OD) pole tops. See steel poles,
page 26.

36

35 .t 12308 02

30

2
3

06

0.85
1.4

08

1.9

t0

09

30
48

Aluminun F loodl i{ht Bracftels with


2-inch standard pipe (2ls in. OD)
tenons flat plate mounting. See alu-

T
T
Fig.4

minum poles, page 26.

30
30

0.1

0,6

t.l

7
8

r0

0.7
0.8

us-"

wiitr .dsr

30

3ot 120"

35 I10739

4l
4a

'Also qvoiloble with

4,

OD renon

for

Fis.

l0

l.i

brockets for n@nrins M line l!minoires. Order Cor.


No.35-110739 30.

25

@ Rigid poles for floodlights


Steel Poles
Heavy-duty, round, t:rpered, rigid steel
poles for floodlighting applications are

Fig.

ll

Steel rigid

11 gage, singte piece constluction with

,.

guaranteed minimum yield strength of


48,000 psi. They have a top tenon,2
rnche. sl ,no-rd prpe { 2'b :n. OD).
A 4-inch by 61r-inch handhole with

sTEEL,

reinforcing Irame and cover is located


12 inches above the flat-plate base.

Pole and base are given a shop coat


of rust-inhibitive primer inside and out
Galvanized anchor r-ods and plated nuts
are furnished with each pole.

2A

450

25

,450

30

150
450

ALUMINUM, An.hot Bo\e, Pldre ToP rSec

Srtrn 6nr.he.l.

2A

ing with minimum wall thickness of


.188 :r nh. At the tnt ^f e.,.h ,hafi is a
mounting plate designed to accommofloodliehts.

The base is cast from 356 alloy nnd


welded to the shaft from both sides of
the base casting. A 4" x 6" handhole is
provided with a cast reinforcing frame.
The handhole cover mounts flush to the
pole, contributing to the streamlined appealance of the overall unit. The full
length assembly is heat-treated to T6
temper Ior added strength, permanently
hnished and shipped complete with bolt
covers. galvanized anchor rods and
plated nuts. Due to the lightweight advantages of aluminum. installation will
Le simple and inexpenslve. Each pole is

lo parmrr

35

112197 61

375

35

|2t97

25
25
25

3t5

25

325

25
30
30
30
30
30

date brackets for one, two, three. or four

''1re rlrapped

325

20

alum:'rntencnce
num poles for floodlighting applications
ale spun {rom 6063 alloy seamless tubm

30
35
35
35
35
35
35
,10

NOTE: Atl pole catalog numbers listed


in this guide include anchor bolts. To
order poles onl1r, order "similar to (Cat.
No.) except without anchor bolts."
26

571

.188

5,1

.r88
.188
.t 88
.219
.r 88
.188
.t 88

325
325
325
325
375
325
325
325
325
325
325
325

.219
.250
.r 88

.219

.t88
.219
.250
.r 88

.2t9
.250
.188

.219
.254

325

TRANSFORMER BASE (Four on e-in ch-d is

Any General Eiectric luminaire or


floodlight may be used so long as the
center oI the total effective plojected
area is not higher above the pole top
than apploximately 24 iflches.

f's l2)

iThese Aluminum poles .on be used wirlr lronsf.r bdse Clt

installed.

ever, for-very high wind velocity areas


(such as pafts of the coasts of the AtlanIic O.e,n ,nd Cull of Mexico), the intencled appiications should be checked
by the manufacturer.
In selecting poles from thjs listing, the
total eflective projected area of the lu
minaires, floodlights, crossarms. and any
other loading, based on the most severe
direction of rvind flow. sbould be considered. The total effective area should
not exceed the maximum loading value
shown in the tables.

ili.r

NOTE, Do not use ne poes wilh aluhinum bro(kek, or !ice verso


-Maximum loadlna re.onrnrendalions ore bcsed on the !se of o sins e mountins
brdcker on ony one poe. For oodins sreoler lhon shown,
Generol Eled.i; Sa es Ofi.e, frqr.hised dsent, or diskib!lor'

urrwr.rpping

winds of at le:lst 100 mph veiocity. How-

40

alter the aluminum standards have been

Listed poles are designed to withstand

*'

An.hor Bose,2-in(h std. pipe (21s in OD) ToP Ie.on (See Fig ll)

35

Aluminum Poles

i..

woshers furnished lo ottoch pole


onchor bqse).

m ete

lo bose.

(in

Use

35_103655 01

golvonized bolts, nuts, ond


rods furnished with pole to

t3

t6

I0-t l

15

20

35,103655-01

t5

22

1l

22

21

-{3

113/1

16

tl

t5

20

+i\i\l"".,-llr
'' f l' \1
^

9x13

No

\t---\l
ftL----:r

04

Fis. 13. Tronsformer

Anchor Bolts
STEEI POLES

ATUMINUM POIES

Anchor-bolt projection above concrete


to be 37s" if leveling nut and l1/i" of
grout are used; 2 -]'s" if leveling nut and

All poles with bottom diameter B of 8'


or less have 1" x 36" anchor bolts with
4" hooks. Projection above concrete to

grout not used.

be 27a". AII others have 1" x 48" anchor

bolts with 4" hooks. Projection


concrete to be

7a".

above

@ Area lighting hinged poles


e
H

inged Poles

f;9. l4

z$0.0.

Hinged steel poles for ground-level


mainten:rnce may be used wherever
floodlighting poles are required. The
hrng- fp,tLrle pFrm 1. . "!errng lhe luminaires to ground level for servicing.
The hinge section is sturdily constructed and designed to present:r neat
:rppearance when in the closed position.

A spring wire channel provides protec-

tion to the wire insulation when the pole


. l 'uered. The 'a inch-d: mer"r hilge
pin is housed in an :rssenbly that will

provide free rotation without mainte-

n.n.e.,nd lhi

l.^ -cl'..s.

nrtfer.rng

diaphragm for the top of the fixed portion oI the pole. A spring loaded cover
:rllo*s the poie to rot.rte through an arc

of 150 degrees, closing up to form a


weatherproof fit when the pole is re

"0" Lc.

turnecl to a vertical position.

_L

Two types of hinged poles:rre available: heavy-duty squale t.pered poles


uitl- a 2 rrr.h ,r..nd..rd prpe r2 s in.
OD) top tenon, and extra heavy-duty

'c'.lN:l
l\l-4

sqrare tapered poles with a 2 inchstandard pipe (2r,'s in. OD) top tenon. Proper
selection of the pole and mounting arrangement depends on the total weight

and eflective projected area to be


mounted.

The shalt is one-piece. cold-formed


steel with 50,000 psi yield strength.

These poles h:rve a cast steel base with

given a shop coat of rust-inhibitive

primer after fabrication. They are


shipped fully assembled for ease of in-

stallation.

(4)

ANCHOR
BOLTS

Hinsed pole in down posiiion.

llu.h-m^unrrnq b lr ,ovar: rnd w:ring

access behind each anchol bolt. Hand


hole is available at extra cost. Poles are

_\r_!g!Es

Lowering chains and winch with cable


fur-nished when specified. They must
be ordercd separately. Only one chain
or winch is necessary per instaliation as
lhev m. v be Jet rrhed: n,l .Jl|rFd frum
ar-e

pole to po1e. Winches are advis:rble when

the luminair-e load exceeds 80

por.rnds.

To operate properly, heavy-duty poles


require minimum loading of 30 pounds;
extra-heavy duty poles, 50 pounds.

lowering Devices ond Chqins


for use with hinged poles

35

103640 04

Hedvy-duty,5qudre, Tdpered,2-in.h ddn.lord pipe (?:s" OD) Iop Tenon

,o T*
25
30

1160
1160

,..

T,r rrrr*0, |

12.5
9.0

,.r. I ,,., I ,, ] 'r.o


ll.5
ll I 1,1.5

02 i 5.375
03 I 5.375

ll 5

ll

I ,r",

ro'

I wllh
I 17.0 I 3'hooks I

l
I

Extro-heovy-duly, Squore, Topered,2"inch stondord pipe (2:s" OD) Top Tenon

- I ,.

.r

,,*rrt

'Maxinum loadins re.ommen.loiions ore hosed on rlre use of d sirslc mounting brdcker on ony one
For loodinq qredier thqn shown, .onldct the ncoren Oenerol Elc.lri. Sales Ofrce.

pole.

F;9.

l6

Win<h on hinsed pole.

27

Power Sphere luminaires

Applicof ion
. The Powersphere

luminaire is an

uLLsrNGspRovDED

i1l-

tegrally ballasted fixture for 175-,


250- and 400-watt mercury vapor,
phosphor coated lamps intended for
use on pedestal poles (see page 21)
10 to 20 feet mounting height. It can
be used in any setting where the
round shape and Type V lighting are
desired.

Feqtures
Impact resistant white acrylic globe
easily removable by loosening 4 capCast slipfitter

for 3" OD tenons 3"

long secured by 3 stainless steel Allen


head set screws.

Ballast integrally mounted and prewired to socket.


Heavy duty socket with lamp grips.

Guide Form 5pecificctions


The luminaire shall be an acrylic ball
globe 20" 124 ) in diameler containing
an integral 17s-watt (250-w,400-w regulator ballast) suitable for operation at
120 volts (240 v,277 v) and an internal
cast slipfitter for 3" OD pipe.

Ordering lnformqtion
Ship.

175

250
,100

2A

r20

c752Gt0l

240

1r)2

120
244

107

r20
240

r06

]ll
112

Efi.

20"

25

2A

2.65

20"

26

32

2.65

27

34

@ fluoroflood'fixture
a

The Fluoroflood 6xture is adaptable to a


wrde \,riel) of du.rescent applrcaliuns

such as poster panels, building Ironts,


loading docks and pl:rtIorms, highway
guide and direction signs, minor sports
l e.,\J .ervic( stdliuns dnd servrcing

('

areas. and entrances, Coloreal lamps are

available

in certain types for

special

architectural lighting effects.

Fig. I

The Fluo|oflood llxturc is simple to

install:rnd maintain. Single units consist

of two end castings with lampholders


assembled to an aluminum reflector and
two jrLnction boxes, separate but in the
same shipping pack with the necessary

hardw:rre

fol

attachment. Double units

are simil:rr except they incorporate a


common junction box between the re-

FiE.2

flectors. Ballasting for the lamp listed is

remotely located and ordered sepa-

Molded, high-temperature-resistant

rately.
Lamp-holders :rre the telescopic type,
designed for the recessed. double-con
tact. high-or.1tput, T- 10J, and Po wer

rubber boots completely envelop the


lamp base and socket in a watertight,
weatherproof enclosure.
The die-cast aluminr.rm junction box
$ilh c ur(h plslc alloqs angrl:r aiming
through 360 degrees. Degree scales on

Groover' fluorescent lamps, permitting


relamping from either end.

junction box covers assure accuracy in


aiming. Wiring entrance is through
standard 94-inch threaded pipe fitting.

As an accessory, clear plastic cover

kits are avail:rble for use on specific


length units. A channel is provided in
the reflector for insertion of the cover.

ramp Ddrdl

tr.l

aLlis

t-I09

?t

9b^

,*,",

I
I
i

Fl!oronood Unll'

(or.ler sep.raie y)

e5s lomp, bqlldst & conduil)

43,

ot
t.\
'5

s,nqle

cor

lLr, a,

'rp

re6Tr2

cw

rgortoj Cw
re6DGrT(w

nir!
No.

I
I

i;;l.irE

cor. No

c507G0n6
447
447

L-r 08

8t00

a,67s,,

9250

t5500

L-t06
t7211

c507G036
042

L.I04

I ^-*

'I\d r"r( or' opp y lo .:, q F uair o-1,. lo'


or.,oll l.aq l ol .* . r, ood A I B. l;' e^
qmple: Twin t 108 Overqll Lenqth : 8' 67s" +
8',3t\i = 16', 14L6".
lFor ckhitedurol oppli.olions, colored HO o,Lps
ore olso avoi dble: b ue in 6 foor only' pink dnd
qreen in 4 ond 6 foor, and red, qord, ond de.p blle
in 4,6, ond 8 foot ldmps. Refer oll irquirics 10
noresr GE Soles Ofiice, fran.hised oqent, or dis.

o8

F48Tl21CW/HO
F48n 0l rcw

r5

t5

C5O7GO4O
038

3780

4204

+3ore lqmp lumci kt)nss or 77F qmbiert Jmpro


l!re, stil air. A.1ucl lumen outpui will vory with
correclion fo.loB shown on phoiomelric doro.
(1i o ,
o' t o- o' "
ph , ^o u..
", Twif
lion bores.
unir consisis'enp..o
of lwo renedoG
dnd

ihre iunction boxs.

'Whef ombienr remp.orure iol s.. below 50F, Lover


r...pt
6. !.
^-6, roole
rrom
p o,
'q Tl0 lomp O'd"J b? Co'. No
or rishr.

35

Sirele

102753 0l

Sins e, i-10.1, HO & PG lomps

a2
03

Sinsle, L 106, HO & PO lamps


Sinsle, L 108, HO & PG ldmps

09

'Iwih, L 106, HO &

05

Use L-lO8

rlrR

Weolherproof Bollosts

PG lamps

Twin, L 108, HO & PG lomp5


Twin, I 109, HO & PG Lamps

Weciherproof Bdlldsrs^
L-]08 & L 109-HO Lomps open
enclosed unii, 35 174024.

Tl0l Lomps open

{orde. sepdrdtely)

!nit, 35,174023,

un;1: 221H930, enctosed

untr,22tH93t.

PG Lomps open !nit: 221H920,

endosed

unlt: 221H921.

L-r09 & t-108

l- 106
L 106

& L-104

Use

L-

ddio shown for F96 lomps oid

cotre.t dll fookondle, .ondlepower, ond


l!men vo !es shown by rotio of roted lamp
lumen5. Muliip ier = (Lumers of lonp ro be
!sed + lumens oJ F96 lonp shown oi phcio
bosed !pon unil beins oimed or nodir.
Dqto on !nirs oimed ot 45' tom nodir ovoi ob e

135
I t0
88

6G3583
6G3583
6G3583

224
195
190

6G3535
6G3535
6G3583

r6

I5.8

13.0

68
1,r09 & 1,r08

106

L 104

rAl

Al doto

104

245
245
115

6G3585
6G3585

663584

6 , . p'a":dF
ool"
70r 'lAl lob!.o."d o '-l

425
425
250

6G3588
6G3588
6G3547

o r rq dok, to
w"o'l;'p.oor 60

",'l'o.rdelivery
.ycle, ll0-125 volJs, Pri.e,
dnd orher ddro
concernins rhese ba l.sts sho!ld be oblained from
noren GE Soles Ofice, fiqnchised dsenr, o' dis-

t4
12

r3,6

11.2

4-8

4.0

9.5
3.1

2.5

(-. GF Ho' .lboot Secrion 9a00 .o o le' p'udLd


roli.qs oid servi(s.

29

@ Photoelectric controls
nondord EEI-NEMA

fis.3

Fis. 2

Woll or pole brocket ond lockins"rype re.epro.le


for phoioelectri..ontrol.

Fi9. l

General Electr-ic Quick Response photoelectric controls give


precise automatic control of any lighting circuit. These controls utilize a simplified circuit and a minimum of components for reliability and trouble free operation. Every com-

tis.4
ponent used has been quality-proved in field applications to
assure unsurpassed reliability. Their locking-type mounting
6ts all EEI-NEMA standard receptacles.

Ship.

c,{02G200i

t20

r05 r30

r000

r800

c102G230

244

205 250

1800

c.102G300

105 285

r0o0
t000

t05

235

1800

2
2

5.t

20./.

20./. ai 12AVS

0.5

1.0

0.5

t.0
r.0

0.5

'iOrher setlinqs from 1.0 lo 3.0 verti.ol fc ovoilobe upon requesl in minimum qLonriJies of 100,
+1zo-voll unils will conrrol d 2,{0.volr lodd from d 120 x 2.10 volr supply.
Swhen lhis .onrrol is used ol yoltose oiher thon 120 the Ic level will be slishtly difierenr from qbove volue

c403G001

3|t

c403G0to

ta aY2" OD)

Multiple Control Switch


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

Plroioe echic conlroled

It

is available with one relay for control


ling up to 3600 watts, oi- with two relays
each rated for 3600 watts. All leads are

s"nU o.f"

(hoi niqht

color coded and identified. Relay coIrrIrone']'\ dre mounlod

I r pmo\ dble

(hor

l.ddli

c420G0t0

120

c420G003
c-120G008

(hor nishl ledd)l

ceptacle.
Designed for pipe, pole, and crossarm
nounting. Aluminum mounting strap

30

24Q

(hot nisht ledd)l

circuit or by photoelectric controt,


plugged in an integrally mounted re-

and pipe mountings.

c"roGoo5

nishi eod)'

rn

sulated board. The multiple switch can


be conrrull-d r-mut-lv trum .r trl t-u re

provided with key-hoie slotted holes.


Pipe threaded for 11/a" perl1,its pole top

120

t20

c,l]0G00l

240

c4t0G0t

12f]

Fig.5

I Hot nishr leod denotes

Iood leod enersized oi nishr.

@[xternal ballasts for mercury and Multi,Vapor'lamps


While the power pack design with self-contained balIa.t offers m3ny ad\antdges. some ucers m:ry requrre

external ballasts.
General Electric's small, external ballasts are light
and easy to install. Like the built-in power oack b-al
laclc. the\ utilize high quality. grdjn or ienred srrip
steel to reduce watts loss, resultirig in lower operating
cost. Mechanical and electrical construction is de
signed specifically for long life in outdoor duty. Handie removes easily for mounting in transformlr-base
poles.

The General Electric Company ofiers a new completely epoxy encapsulated line of ballasts for direct
burial, pole base, or aerial mounting. These epoxy_

Fi9.

I MultiFle

L
Bollost

Fis.

2.

encapsulated ballasts have the same electrical charac_


teristics as aluminum can ballasts. but are smaller in
size, lighter in weight and for the first time make
available a ballast suitable for all applications.

rnukiple Bollasr

lr:!lt il're; i l;oi:',1lll i'i*r't


Mr.ury ldmp

xx fa*l

-"*

Oimensidns
lnches
See Fiq.2
'n

t l B l . l

wr.

REGUIATOR.TYPE

H38
H38
H39

H39
H39
p.37

t]37
H37
H37
H33

H33
H33

u33
H35
H35
H35

r00
r00
)75
)75
175
250
250
250
254
400
400
,400
,100
7AA
7AO

H35
H36
H36

H36
H36
N33
H33
H33
H33

000
000
000
000

120 x 24O

19
2Q

2A

20
20
23
23

23
23
39

60

51/a

5l/a

51/a

60

51/a
5\,ta
51,/A

5)/i

t0

39

I l7s
I l7B
l l 3/s

4A

40
39

240
4AA

51/a

5t/4

l0

4Q
,10

60
60
60

277

5r,/4

t0
t0
t0
t0
t0

5\a
6

39

60

,100

r0

39

60
60

,aa

\
240 \

sla

19

120 \ 24A
240 x 480
277
208
120 x 240
240 x 440
277
248
12Q x 240
240 r 480
277
208
120 x 24O
,40 x 480
277
120

400
400

t9

240 x 4AA
120 x 240
240 x 480

"

39
39
39

I3/s

'113/s

1t./E

|%

I I3/s

REACTOR-TYPE (HIGH POWER FACTOR)

4
BALLAST FoR MULTT-vapoR? LAMps
MV.400

MV 1000
MV-1000

MV.I000
MV-1000

400
400
400
400

ttO,ZIO

t0m

208
277
480
120 r 240
20a
277

1000
1000

t000
1000

60

c308Gt0l

60
60
60
60

c308G104
c308Gt 03
c308Gt 06

c3,10ct0t
c3400r0,1

60

c3t0Gt03

!80

60

c3r4Gt0l

-480

60

c3t4Gt03

'For ose wilh floodlishts orly. Nor 5uitoble for u5e wirh

srrer

ishtins

tumi

iAll .o.olo9 rLmb"J. Ii. t-d o.F 'o, oe.iot noLnri, a. tor oote bo.. ..erd,i""
mounring l-o.dl. ro, be r-ro,"d o. riminsr;tdtion.
"t
NOlES:

I For bollosi ej.lricql ddtd see page 32.


2. 50 cycle BdlJdsrs-Bollqsts lisred ore for 60,.y.te operorion ofly

excepr where

2A
28
2A
2A

8
8
8
8

40
40
40

I
8
I

ror"d. Fo' o.5er )0 ('(1. b6to,t.. ron.,t. ,orr , eore.. Gci- ot I F.rr. >otr,
ofl. .r aocnr
r S". t'"t-t o"at- Ki' Aer'ot bot o<t( ir.tude,.oai"
hondle o,semolr ror \eb
o,ore ..kt-"t t-onote k:', ,-,e.
O"...o cr" ,i, S;l", on .
.r. Sr".oo,a r..srl- tpoo - t2 t..Fp,. t! ,cq,.Fd t"oo .c, a,hr of ,4 o, .s
n.'r". cda be .Jop:-d. ro' pri,- odo"r, re,", to 9310, p"q; I
5. O h-r Ror',9, ho- li5teo obo," oF nor ao,mot'v i, .o..irJoJ p,odJ.rion
reor-st Oere'o lle,r'i. sote, OE@ o, As.rt t., d,oiob,t ./

3l

@ External hallasts lor mercury and Multi'Vapor'lamps


Ado pters

Typical values when operating a center rated lamp of the type shown.

POI.E TOP ADAPTER

t20

Lt

127

127
127

208
,180

120

2aa
244

.5
3
1.3
1.0

,5

127
208
203
208
203
203

2.5

294

.8

t20

'

f..

,180

95

.5
,5

95

480

1,0

REACTOR BALIAST

for

t0

single epoxy-encdp3!lored bolloit.

(cot. No. 35109600-20 for oll rizis)

.8

2.2

I,3

l.!

WALT OR WOOD ?OLE MOUNING ADAPI'R

1.0

|---^.....-,.. ]
+bs.........-

3.2

POLE

3.3
3.3
2.4
1.7

I h---;;--

,3

9.3

3.7
2.2

2.3
14.2

1.0

2AA

a2

)625

33

244

7.1

1625

2.4
2.1

62

o.c

0.5

1.2

12

1.8

t,0

92

coND

Ii/

IRIN6

COVER

tig.4

.3

2.44

n"I
t/\
L
lr4'+-

J'
SLOT
a

ish Power Fddor)


244
277

oj- oj"

451

120

120

rlr r|

Fig.3

.3

3.3
3.3

,i,-

'o^

.5

120

124
208

.3
1.2

208

.1"..

oeervne

95

LI

2.2

210

.2

t.5
t.3

208
244

'2Aa

l-

.5

95

For 3insle epoxy-etrcops!loied bollosr, oll rotings.


(cot. No. 35.1 10728-09.)

3.0

I.3
1.7

92

23

2.2
3.0

55

Mounlins odopre13 for.oordinotion of Bollolr


& Floodlighr show. on poge 12.

t)5
.8

ll5

2.2

27)

5l
5t

271

5l

a27

52
52

3-.1

3.O
3.1
,1.3

ile slLrlsr
t00
175

250

6b
60
60
6a

!?ol
tro L
l2o I
I tta |

,o
3.1

45

5l

lo50

203
24.1

52
52

7.7

5.1

l. Reador bo lons sred in *o ose 100 ro ,100 noy


be ured or 50 cycer cr folloqr, 277 \al5 6a
cyc e5) or 250 vo b 150 cydsr) ond 2,10 vo rr
(60.ycres) or 220 volt 150.ycles) /00 aid
l000.w.ri red.,or, -180 vo/1r 160 cy.les) noy be
ured o1 nr0 vorh (50 .y. e5).
.s
I -- ot oo" .o io o , .Lio.ld 10. F. ..d
oq, .a o', o.d t (alo . bo o
-croo
6o
o
l0
.
o
"
,opo, r bol,o r. 000 so l
e
-130 volr

lor Mulri Vapor is o re..ror) lor !dr 5fcdory

I0:l
Alholld!b wl provide 5aii5Id.rory .mp rrorrirs
ro 20 F h nlmum over rhe re.omnefded iine.

120

204

'2.4

210

2.5
2.3

5.0
5.0

340
325

to

5.0
2.7
2.5
2,2

172

8.0
3.5
3.3
3.0
1.3

3.5

2A

95

1.8

95
95

I080
5.5
4.3
2.3

,1.

tomD

5.

3,0

1.5

1080
1050
2t 00

3.5
3.0
2.4

3.0

wa oqe of a center roied lo'np will vorY o


to'c ot opproximorey ! per.eri 13 p..cni lor
l0O0 woril for rhe resul.tor boLlon'r +10 per.enr
for rhe .q, reocror, tucdlox aid Mu t Vopo.
oolro . o.", | " F(o r. iddd l' _
I balosr5 .re deriqned ro de iver rored onp
*. asa wiih the loDp5 io rbe horiz.niol Po'ition, lf
used *irh v.d colburnidq lomps, woIdqe wil ii.reose
opp.oiimore y ,l per.eit

+ The b.losr eechko doto i5red ir rypi.al .f thor


obto ned wheo ih. bo ldrr ir rened undet lcboroiorv
condirions os o reporoic .onPonenr' When rhere
'
" (oP lo -d' or r1 "d ' ' P'^"
po.i rrD" t- oi..
o loodiqr-, ,. al.F i .d
'l- ".tlo " b".rs

'orp
''"d. o-p po oa o1C
or r- ia ,. rrFd - .,d4 \.
J"lt."" r*ri"o Dro.ad!res h"v be rorlowe! on
o bco .Ioooo
,p( l-"
odd opproximolly 3 Per.nt ro o6ove vclu35

@ Space-Litf luminaires
Space-lite luminaires utilize modern
modular mounting arrangements and

bold shdpes 1o give you dramatic desisn


possibilities . . . singles or twins for downtown streets, clusters for shopping centers or other large parking areas. Six
decorator colors, a variety of mounting
hubs and arms and any of today's most
efncient light sources are available to

Fis.I

give maximum application flexibility and efnciency.

l
:

Fig.3

(Mrs.

woik

t000

I tir"f

s**

H36

p.,"a

Lumino re

'"".

124
208
244
277
480

Luminaire Car. No
did romP nor rnctuded)

Llminoirc

400

NOIES:

:q ft.l

c754G001

r00

r00

4.03
4.03

4.53
4.53

c755c003

c754G003

115

100

,1.03

,1.53

c755G004
c755G005

c754G044
c75,lG005
c75,lG006

|5

r00
t00

403

4.53

4.03

-4.53

c7 54G007
c754G008

117
117

4.03
4.03

c755G00t
c7550010

c7544049

)17

c75,1G010

1t7

02
02
02
02

c75500r6

c754G416

c755A047

208
240
277

c755G008

r20

c755G0t

c75lG0

208
240
277

c755G013
c755G012
c755G011
c755G015

c754c0t

LU,'OOr'BD

c754G042

120

MV t00o/8D

Areo

so,"- I Lumrno're
n""J
tum noi P

c755G001
c755G002

,180

t000

Approximote Net

t5

,i.53

a7 54GA17

l7

r08
r08
t02

c754C014

23

108

c754G015

23

23
23

-1.03

4.53
4.53
,{.53
4.53
4.53

4.03
4.03
4.03
4.03
r'.03

4.53
n.53
,!.53
4.53
4.53

.1.03
,4.03

I Slonddrd finish is sroy poini nnish. Also avoiloble in Sp!(e Bl!e, Aq!d, Wood Beise, Twilighr cold qnd Corol finish. Refer HB for pric-" !ddr. Orde.
"Similor ro Cof. No. CxxxcXXX excepr wirh kotor) fintsh.,,
2. to photoeledricdlly .onlrol luninoirc, read "Mouflinq aftdnqemenk , be ow.
3. For bollosr el.dri.ol dqrd. see Ddqe 32.
SLIPFITTER. HU8 ONLY

SL PFITTER-HUB

Mounting
Arrongemenls
Catalog number shown includes
slipfitter-hub for four-inch
OD pole top, ofrset-arm
(where shown) and necessary
hardware for attaching luminaire
to mounting.
Slipfitter-hub and ofrset arm have
standard gray paint finish.

Mounting arrangemetrt can be


furnished complete with
photoelectric receptacle. Order
similar to "Cat. No. CXXX

mounting arrangement except with


photoelectric receptacle."
Refer to price page for price adder.

WITH

FT OFFSEI AR/V

t,,,)
'fl'
I

FtG.6

c753G022

FtC 7
C753G001

FIG

FIG9

c753G040 C753G004

SL]PF]TTER-HIJB WITl1 2 FT OFFSET ARM

.T,

.[_
",),:.)
FIG

i>r-

l i{-.

:l

c75tG0r3

Fl6

16

c753C043

FIG I7

c753G037

FIG.2O

c753G064

)G2

C753G06t

!'l
t.i.r
Fte2? FtG.23

c753G0t0

c753G03

tG.24

c753G025

33

@ Space-Lite' luminaires (cont'd)


Ordering

dn{orm'lerrlion

lior [roi*s

Dimensiors

^': t " I. Ie
B.dom
,-1r;'
b",.""
",::i;;
I
t.
\oa'ao

Po

35

'
sJ-:
i,.
I

B'l'

- yii:,,

,p Tenon (4-lnch OD) (Fis.4)

Sreel,* Rigid, And


35 2t t 555 0l

!:;
Ba,e

4" oD

35

2t I555 02

8.5

]]5

35

Alumi.um, Risid, An.hor Bose,3l, -lnch stondord Pipe - Top Tenon (4ln<h OD) (Fie. 5)
35 2t t 555 03
35 21 1555 0n
35 2l t555 05

35

35 2]l555 06

35

35
35

34', 4',
31', 4"

34

8.0
8.0
8.0

A',

t0.0

rl
tl

t2

.l88 in.

t2

11.25 sq.

11-12

1,t.0

t4 r5

.250 in.

'NOIE I Stel pol.s finished wiih red primer coql finish.

-l DF
tsgr

Guide Form Specificotions


NOTE: Specify desired characteristics
where indicated to "specify."
The llrminaire shall be the General
Electric Space-Lite.

The luminaire shall consist of a


(formed) (for a round unit); (fabri
cated) (for a square unit) aluminum
canopy, an extruded aluminum side
wall, a plastic enclosing shield to form
the bottom housing, an internal structional support assembly to which shall
be m-unled.rn easily removable Powr

Door containing the maior electrical


components, a filtered optical assembly
consisting of a hydroform aluminum reflector 3nd an ersr15 remorable preci
sion molded borosilicate glass refractor.

The mounting arrangement shall be a


cast aluminum slipfitter hub designed
for installation on 4-inch OD pole top.
NOTE: UniG wll be ovoilable 2nd quorier of

The slipfitter hub shall be suitable for


mounting, (select one) (1, 2, 3, 4) ol
the Space-Lite luminaires. (For offset
mounting, include the following (an extru.led aluminum arm sha11 be mounted
between the lumifiaire and slipfitter
hub).
The optical assembly shall contain an
activated charcoal filter to filter out contaminated air as the luminaire breathes.
The opening between the reflector and
refractor and at the socket entranceshall
be suitably gasketed so as to prevent the
entrance of dirt, bugs, etc.
The entire luminaire shall be shipped
in one container; the slipfitter hub and
offset arm (if reqr.rired) in a second container.

The flnish of the luminaire shall be


the standard gray paint. (If other color
finish desired, so specify.)

II

1968.

AAB

34

4" oD

tg

y"l

/,?

ggl.ll
"r,,"'i

I i,I:i lg T"pj,,

1. Unique POWR/DOOR assembly

protects your luminaire investment.

When you upgrade to higher light levels


or new light sources such as Multi-Vapor
and Lucalox lamps, just adjust the socket
and change rhe door (if new balldsting is

required). Keep the same basic luminaire. Changing the door is simple:

loosen one captive screw, undo the quickdisconnect plug, and tift ofi the door.
2. Door latch protrudes so it's easier to
grasp. Since the latch is on the door, not

the housing, the door is safer to

open
because you can keep a good grip on ir.

To close. the single-action ldtch closesJ


seals, and locks in one movement for a

positive seal every time.

3. The refractor on the GE M 4004.

POWR/DOOR luminaire is the largest

available for these size lamps. This extra


area of glass means less glare, greater
visual comfort.
4. AcLrvated charcodl filler purifies air

entering the optical assembly to cut


cleaning costs and keep light output
high. You only wipe out the reflector

and refractor when you change the lamp.


The filter is self cleaning siflce the hot
air escaping at night tends to bake out
and drive off the impurities.
5. Universally adjustable socket lets you

light distribution patterns for


mercury, Multi-Vapor, and Lucalox
lamps. To change position, just loosen

Fie.

New M-250A/M-400A powrlDoor


Luminoires (l00-4oo wo s)

Ordering lnformqtion
BALLAST*

IIJMINAIRE (Vr'ithout Lqmp)d

wirh

wiih

choose

two screws and set the socket by the permanent, easy-to-read markings.
6. Astrodome@ photoelectric control is

located inside the housing where it's


safe lrom dangers such as rocks, tree
limbs, and hail. Because the control is
inside, it can be direct,wired into the
circuit for a better electrical connection.
Conventional top mounted controls are
also available upon request.

7. Two-bolt, adjustable stipfitter speeds


installation since two bolts are all you

righlen

lo level and secure lhe

luminaire. Its travelling clamp adjusts to any


size pipe from lYa- to 2-in. dia,
Slipfitter can be adjusted from outside

8. Safety-guard terminal board protects


linemen with safely barriers that rise
above the terminals to keep hands and
fingers away-yet still leave room to

manipulate a large screwdriver.


For easier wiring, clamps move up and
down with the screws so both hands are

I20V

12O

100

All types are available


reactor, and series.

lag, regulator,

Type M luminaires offer a complete family of bracket mounted fixtures for all
types of roadway and area lighting applications. Choose from three sizes:
M-2 50A and M-400A POWR/DOOR
luminaires ( 100 through 400 watts) and

the M-1000 luminaire for mercury and

Multivapor lighting described

on pg. 36.

240 x 4a0
240
244

0t5^

0r21t

030

0r

r'l

c72AAO23^

017
a727GOO1

H38

c728G001

0r 0l c727GO13^
0041
007^

0r6

0r 9ll c728GOr2^

013^

0r011

028

A37,
38, 39

(tb.)t

009
o27
018
033
c728G005
008
026
017
032
c728AQ04
007
025

0t6

127
127
123

ltt

127
26
26
22

23
25

2/

26
22
23

031

24

c726c401

ta

c724GOA l

42
42
37

)OOR tuhin
'120 x 244
244 x 4A0
240
240

c724G002

c723G001
H33

00311
00911

c723G005^
004^

006

400

0r0tl c7244012^
o22^

02r11

0r3

H33

003
020
015

c723G511

275/BD
LU.
275/BO

120
240
480
120
240
480

tu_

400/BD

c723G506

502 c723c50r^

c7240514
5021

c7234O14
400/BD

39

4'

275/BO

180

38

c722G001

LU

021

*Other power pdck rdlinss not lisled obove ore not


normolly in contin!o!s produ.rion, hen.e will hove o
lonqer deliveiy cycle. The rolinqs lisled beldw con
be made ovailable on qpplicarion. Refer inquiries to
your nedresl Generol Eleckic Soles Oftice or Asnr.
Requlqtor type-208, 277 volrs,

j Approximqle Proie.ted
M,1004 2.3 sq, ff,
M-250A - 1.3 sq, fr,

00-4

tlj_

120

275

,100

or, c724G024

00511

120

275

24llV

c727G002
H39

24n x 4A0
240
240
1'Q

M-400,/

275

II

012f
006!
018

lge

t00-250

-400

PE

kTrBGoo3
t137

i20

free.

9. Ballasts have long life and high reliability proved rhrough years of service.

x 24O

240 x !80
240
240
120
120 x 24O

175

r20v

2AAV

Whh

,OOR L0min, :iret

M-2501
250

PE

Ared-

tM 250A lumindires lisred oboye are for rwo woy


liqFl di.i' bu.'on. For i' .-ol otioi. reoui ao loJ'wol riqnr di..,,oLr,or. o,der . -ilo. i" c;r. No.
listed ex.epr lor fou.woy disllibulion.
SResuldr bdlldn power pd.ks rared 120 x 240 vo ts
are fo.lory wired for 120 voll operolion of bollost

c723G419^

017f]

c1tl.]or'a^

drd phoioele.tric conirol.

c724G516

4l

a724G5t 1
503
508

50

50

c7244030
o49
050

Those rored 2,40 x 480 vohs

focrory wired for 480-volt operdtion- For 240V oper


olion refer ro 1os in lumindire,
llFor use on 3 wire 120 x24o-tolt supply-2?o yohs
to bolldsr dnd 120 volls ro phoroeledric con116l.
use on 2 wire 2,10-volt supply 240 volts to bdl'
^For
lasr ond 240 volls ro photoele(lric (ontro.
o^,r-400A ord M 250A luniro: e! li:'ed obo"e o'e
shipped with sockei sel in lhe AH position Ior mer
.Jrl !opo', Al ror Mul.i-Vopor, AXL lo' Lu.olo<
ldnps. So'l-',o. be eo.ilv oo,u5 ed ro otle' poii
ttons lo.hidin.lesir..l liohi.lislrih'nion
NOlt: Fo' lts l:qrr dislib;u-ion palrerl, ro. va.:oJs
socker se inss on oll luminqires dbove, .onsolr your
GE soles ensineer, osenl, or outhorized disirib!ior.

35

@tvt-looo

luminaires

For Mercury ond Multi-Vopor8 Lomps

Luminoi,e {wirhout lomp)!

wirh

P.E.

(lb.)t

t20v
x 240i
480

t000
1000

700
700

12O

H36

r20 x 240+

H36
H35
H35

480

H35

700
120

.
.

to-open.

Gaskets seal optical assembly at


socket entry and between reflector
and refractor.
Adjustable lamp socket lets you vary
light distribution.
Built-in ballast affo.ds top perform-

ance and reliability.

Slipfrrrer .ccommodates either l la'


or 2" pipes.

026

50
55

47054425

c7a5GA24

34

4705G127
129

c705G) 28

57

BD

|9

i r-d obo - o p

5o.r". .-., aa( o; olt rLm aoi-, obo." (o-(Ll.yoJ'


( L 'l-, e.; .ee , oqert o orlFo'i?.d di{ribJro

tReqrlotor bollosl power pocks roled 120 x 2,40 volls


dre fq.tory wired for 120 voll operolion of bqllosi

Steel Upsweep Mouniing Brockets for M-Line Luminqires


(See pdge 25

for poles {or use with this brocker)

Four wdy, four orms oJ

35 ll074O

90'

16

Two woy, lwo qrms ql i80'

13

One woy, for sinsle uminoire

l0

,.H"j11",.""
Fig.5

JL
TOP

PiPE 12 3/3'OD) POLE

Type M Luminaires.

Heisht

(fr.)

(fi.-in.)
.7 x 20-O

.7x20A

o4
05

.7 x 23-6
i.7 x 23-6

4
6

8.0 x
8.0 x i.0 x 28-6
l-0 x 28-6
8,5 x r.8 x 33-6
8.5 x r.8x336
8.5 x i.8 x 33-6

6
8

34-6
8

21 002
8

25
6

,46

t.7x236
r.0x286

(fr.)

35 [2029 0]
-02
-03

-10

-ll12
16
17

30

s
32V2

Rec6mmended

2t

21-OO7

8
8

21-292
295

21 297
21,542
2t-585

21

587

21 722

8
8

2t,725
21-727
Moximum L!mlndire

1fr.)
3.3
75

36

2t,005

7 x 11/2 x 23-O
7 x11/2x230
7

Loddinq Sinqle An Only

Moximum Lumindrte

(ff.)

-18

Loddinq-Sinqle Am Only

50

sired lishr dislribulion.

Resul.tor lype 2AA, 277 volr..


tApproxidale Proie.id Ared

Round, Tapered, Anchor-base, Stand- Round, Tapered Aluminum Pole with


ard rise-bracket, Steel Poles for Use hand-hold and Single Tapered Elliptical
Bracket and 2" Slipfitter for Use with
with Type M Luminaires.

57

ond phtoelecric conlr.l,


qM 1000 lumiraires hove sockei ser in S posilion for
and M!lri-Vdpor ldmps. Socket cdn
be edsily odiuned lo olher posiiions 10 obroin de-

,o

Streetlighting Poles

{fr. in.)

50

031

o _o l, . .o. tuo- p'odJ- io., L1-, .- * I l-o.'


'o lonoer delivery.y.le. The rdtinss lisied below
'or b" roo. o,o lobl- o, opp i.o 'oi. c.fer i.quiries 1o your nedrest Generol E eclri. Soles Ofiice

Precisely contoured, highly specular


reflector gives optimum light distribution.
Housing and relractor holder made of
durable cast-aluminum.
Refractor-holder latch is large, easy_

MV r 000

'Or iFr pow'' po.' ro ilsl ro

Fig. 5

57

031

H36
240
480

1000

c705GO29

c705G030

71

52

3.2
3.2
3.2

4aRMsareoo

4Fr

SPREAD

P 0 Wn / E frA [i Kf|'tummaires
:*:

6 iF,.;!

General Electric's PowriBracket luminaires are now availabie for mounting


on poles
both wood and metal and
- this versatility to the Powr
walls. Add
Bracket iuminaire's proved ctependability and streamlined appearance, and you
have just the right combination to answer a variety of outdoor lighting needs
Installation time for Powr 'Br-acket

luminaires is strictly at a minimum,


whether on walls or poles. For wall,

Powr/Srocket

mounting, it's this simple: you start with


rwo corrun\ - o-le .,nr .in: tL. l.rminaire, fully assembled, and the other
contains the adapter. All you do is attach
the adapter. put in two more bolts, and
..t acl_ lso leJds. Mounline o p les is

175 Ludinoire

The Astrodome t photoelectric control


inslde the housing gets rid of the control
''bump" and streamlines the profiIe. Hav
ing it inside also protects it Irom rocks,
pellets. and other causes of damage. You
(-n sull rFmu\e rr F
In seconds . . .
'c:lymounting
just a toggle clamp for
and:,r
quick-disconnect plug for wiring. The
Astrodome control uses the same circuit

proved reliable by over three years of


field experience with the cE Quick
Response Control.
A11

major electrical components

are

mounted on the drop-doit'n cloor for easy


:rccess. Loosening one captive screw
opens the door, but it is not necesary to
open the door to install the pre wired

Powr Bracket luminaire. The lift ofi


hlnge lets you remove the complete elec

trical assembly in seconds. Polarized


Powr/Brdcket

4OO

quick-disconnect plug assures proper re-

Lumindire

connection. To replace this electrjcal


assembly, just unplug it and lift off the
hinge. You don't disturb incirming elec-

trical connections.

;:::';::.,.,
:"Ji:::":il:.

Ma.

iil

#.i;:;:;il ;'i

\\ | ll

Fi9.4
cdr. No.35-958000-A5

,{*'

of iew or exislins

.4

$
fis.5
Cot. No.35-968000-46

Fis.3

,r#
3.0
3.5

35 968000 9l

.92

rd--

'*i

fig.6

ia 4\;" aD

37

BALLAST

regLr ator,

reactor,.r ae t!De
fcfi!res sma ler

lighier cDnsiructlof
!!lt r molded bobbins
.nd w!ded lanr .a
tions

for

lo

lm

ss

watts

'rwer ns!
pravcd

lai io I s\rsie m has


grcaier s!rge res ist
afce.nd LonEer 1e

BONUS LINE N,IERCURY LANIPS fr.m 10!


100 {atis E ,re long iJe .!erag ng o!cr

UPPER HOUSING

durable. pr.c s o r.l -e

to

LEVE I

CAPAcIT0 RS (of

hlglr porei

ASTRODOIV]E@
PHOTOELECTR
CONTROL

ICK CONNECTORS
Wir rg
speed ma niei.nce.
QU

f.r int.rra

PAD

,\
\.
:

CLOSURE SCREW
$ ih fyl.n ifset de

Fig.7

prc!.ft

gned t.

accldent- .pci

nE.

LOWER HOUSING
D00R of prc. s o|
d e c!st alLrmif Lrm
m.u ris b. asts ind

Astrodome phoioe ec-

tr

GROUNDING PAD
pro! .1cC llrr lnst. l.

tions ihere

fg is a

c coniro for

con

len ence of ma nte


n;fce !ast i-p ace
hlnge pif s mo!ni on

groLr rd

re.lLriremeni

Talp-"d 1,,

tn tu uu

or stand.rd Lnt
.ads 48lnches org pre i!
re.t rg drre.i f t. .ei

PowER c0NNEcTl0NS

tl0 V! kereo

lNG

factcr

are
red

SA ACRYLIC RE.
FRACT0R ofe plce
P .st . Pro!.r ,r rtLr'
. r !fbrrrkrbe in
o!r f.!r years of

NEW PA REFRACTOR
sam-" d!rab e acrylp astlc
few
400 v,'att desisn

lr

anC read! for co r

ll Distii.
bution, 25 foot mo!rtins
ASA,/lES Type

height, I75 worl c.dr


mercrry lomp, Type
Ht75A39 22

ASA

helshi, 175 wo .leo,


mercrry lomp, Type

A)7 5W39-22

Ht75A39 22

H17 5

0l

i!i.

00

50

5C

50

5C

mercury omp, Type

,/-T\
/_l-\

\i,,/

5A

00
,00

50 toc

50 c 50 0c

00
50

50

OO

50 !'r 50 CC 50

Fig,9

Fis.

l0

ASA/lES Type V Distri


bulion, 25loo1 mounrins
height, 400.wott merc!ry
Lomp, Type H,100A33-l

N39-22

c0

/,

/'\
\t/
\
\ 'l-1 /

LC0

50 00

50050005!

a0

50 00

FEET

FEET

FEET

F;9.8

ASA/ IES Type V Dislri

butioi, 25Joot mo!nting


heishr, l/5 wott white
mercury lomP, TyPe

50

50 0o 50 o 5C

ASA/lES Type V Disiri


buiion, 25Joot mounting

/lES Type ll Dlsiri

butior, 25Joot mounting


heishr, 175 wdli white

Fi9. I I

50

0 50

00 r50

FF

Fig.

12

'T

One catalog number for a complete light-

ing system simplifies.rrdering and stock-

ing. Mounting hardware (except wallmounting adapter) is packaged in the

same box to assure having all materials


at the job site.
Complete packages include, under one

175

catalog number:

't75

. Powr Bracket luminaire with


.

gral ballast.

175

120 volt Astrodome photoelectric


control (Ior reactor-ballast units,

21O

175

240

2to

Mounting hardware:
1. s./i" x 10" through bolts
square washer and nut.

wilh 2"

or color improved, as in table.


Optical assembly, complete with shatterproof acrylic refractol.

028

030

426

233

081

03r
231

027

l,l3

-400
,100

400
-100

12O

x 24O

t0r

1(}2

r03

104

r05

298

240
210
120

30r
303
305

tFo.tory wired for 120 voll operolion of ballast ond

lFo.tory wiren for 3 wire, 120 240V supply,


to P.E. .ontro, 2n0V to bol qsl.

c7 46G025
075
082

032
231

t50

supply).

2. 12" x 4" lag bolts.


Lamp: 175 or 400 watt, clear, white,

38

12O

088
134

inte-

12o-volt control takes olT of 24o-volt

c746G029

120

120V

+Cdt. Nos. dre lor wood-po e mountlng only. Order


.equlred qLontily oJ wol mourlinq ddapteE by Coi.

No 35 968000 45. Order .orneHnoLntifq bro.ket


by Cor. No. 35 968000 46. For melo po e mounr
ifq, order pole top odopter 1o mokh pole iop diom
cler, lrom iabe on pasc 37.

@ Lexan'glohes and refractors


f--''i*:

l..-rB#'----l

_7_I\ RrppLeo /
\

F---T

'32
,/ -7"

\___--.-__ L

F-'"#'l
t----*----_l--r\ffi/l

---1

\ffi/''+;'

/
\.-_1-r
Rrpprec

WI

"lL

l*"*-'l

Fis. I

fig.

F:9. 2

F,.'--i
T--r-

/"f'

Fig.4

i'..

cr t ur

Fig.5

Fis.6

re s

Lexan is one of the toughest. clearest


plastic mate.ials available. Its strength
:rnd clarity make it an excellent replace
mprr f-r Cl-s' globe. ,rd r'.rrb, t r- :n
places where frequent breakage occLlrs,

The s:rvings realized by eliminaling


initial

breakage more than outweigh the

cost difference between Lexan and glass.

With Lexan globes and reft:rctots replacement costs decrease. labor ci]rsts ale
reduced, equipment tie ups are cut, and

l^v,Pr

taincd.

in,enl ) e\''l.,.nbFm,:n

Light lransmission of Lexan units

rrnges from 85 to 90-Z initially, almost


as goocl as g1ass. And by aclding a special

patented treatment to the {inished

Lexan unlt, Gencral Electric p1.oduces a


product with t\\'o to three tjmcs the useful iife of untreated Lexan units. This
process, which minimizes the effects of
\e,r ,nd Lllrd \i lFl rrdr1lrron. eLmrnates the need for liners and the expense

of earlv globe or refractor chanqe


. L.e -f ohje.rr r,.,blF d:.c I rhu. n.

Qrv.
FILAMENT AND MERCIJRY LUMINAIRES

,,

Type FR, Form 400, ,100C, M ,100, /,1 ,1004

l'

,.,oo',
J0707

or
0r

l --

- -

r' ,
tt |

?'

FLUORESCENT LIJMINAIRE5

,a trooaa *

l06u
ENCLOSED BOTTOM TYPE 5A

REFRACTORS

PANELS FOR TC-]OO LUMINAIRE

35 134467 12
35 130467 [
35 130467 A9
35 130467 t0

i lG

i.lllh!G

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be-

experl dpplicotion ossi5lonce from experienced GE Sqles Engineers,


contqcl your neoresl Generol Eleclric Soles Ofiice listed below
For

@sahsoffices
ALA.

rerT
'''''ANK.

CALIF.

Birr.inahdm 35101 2l5l Hig- ano Ave , 205 J27 768l


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lvontgomery 36104, P. 0. 8ox 4862, 205 269 2169
Proeni{ 85030 1550 N Ce dl A!" , 502 ?64- r5l
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san Diso 92103, 2560 Firsi Ave., 714 8t 3 6461
San Francisco 94106 235 lvontgornery St.,415 434221I
Sania Clara 95050, 1400 Co eman Ave., 408
Denve 80/01 201 Unrvpr. I/ B,/d. J0J 388 4(45

Hrriford 06105 764 Asylum Av , 203 246 6841


Wash ngton 20005, 777 Forrieenth Si., N.W., 202
coc0a Beach 32931. 1325 No. At antic Ave., 305 783 2453
Jacksonvil e 32202, 440 Woodcock 8lvd., 904 398 6944
[4iamr 33134, 4]00 W F ac er St., 105 445-J733
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Savannah 31405, 5002 Prulsen St., 912 354 8732
Honolulu 96801, A[4FAC, lnc., P. 0. Box 3230

Akron 44313,2855 West N4arket St.,216 836.0266


Clncinnati 45206, 2621 Viclory Parkway, 513 861-3400
C eve and 44114, 1000 Lakeside Ave., 216 523'6100
Columbus 43215 395 E. Broad St., 614 221-6533
Dayton 45429, 3430 S. Dirie Highway, 513 223 7151
To edo 43605, 3i25 DouC as Rord 419 479.9511

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Detroit 48202, 700 Antoinetie St., 313 872-2600

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Min-neapo . 55402. l2 S Sr'r- Sl. 612 l18-67/l


-lackson 39206, 333 North Mart Plaza, 601 362 6304
JoD ;n 6180 ll0 Wa I Sl , 417 VA J J88l

l(in.as Ch/ 64 99, 9l I varn sl.. 816 V 2 9/45


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M0ilT. Bi linps 59lOI, 312 I'a-rwesi'rn li{e Brdg. d06
8-tle 59/01. 103 N. tlvo r-q St, d05 /23 4106

Chattanoosa 37402, 832 Georgia Ave , 615 266.1221


Knoxvi e 37921. 1301 Hannah Ave.. N.!1. 615 5234135
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HaPFrslown 2ll40,49 L.L d-t in Sl. P.0 Bo, 4/r,301 733-73/5
$lsDJ'y 21801, P.0.80' l8l\. 301 Pl 2-77q5

York 17403,56 N. Harrison St..711 813"7282


N0. Providefce 02824. 1006 Char es St., 401 724'8100
ColLmbia 29205, 2726 Dev ne St, 803 256-4278
Greenvi l 29602, 1403 Laurens Road,803 232 1584
Siolx Fa ls 57102, 513 [1a]n Ave , 605 336 2827

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Davenoorl 52722, 1039 Stai St., Bettendorf, 319 335 0231


Des [loins 50310,3839 [4erle Hay Road,515 276-4961
KANSAS Wichita 672i1, 820 E. nd anapolis Ave., 316 AN4 7'1304
Le{ireton 40508, 465 -a'l H gh Sl . 606 ^5d /013
lo i(;rl p 40218 2100 lveaoow Dr ve. )02 411-0500

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tusene 97401, 1170 Pear St 509 l4l9241
[4edlord 97501 ]07 E NIa n Si., 501 7718418
Port and 9/210, 2929 N.W. 29th Ave., 503 228.0281
A leniown 18102.
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Binshamton 13902, 40 Front St, 607 723.9442


Buifalo 14202, 625 De awzre Ave., 716 883.9210
E mir, 14902, 100 Woadlawn Ave., 607 733 5611
E msford 10523, 44 N. Cenira Ave., 914 LY 2-5000
New York 10022, 641 Lex nglon Ave., 212 PL 1-1311
Rochester 14604.339 East Ave.. 7t5 454'2990
Schenectady 12305, 1 River Road, 518 FR 4 2211
Syracuse I3201,3532 lzmes 51.,315 456-7804

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Albany 12201, 8 Co vln Ave., 518 459 1500
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Char otte 28201, 129 W. Trade St.. 704 3/5-5571


creensboro 27405. 801 SLrmmii Ave.. 919 273-3479
Ra elgh 27603, 120 N. Boy an Ave.. 919 834 7353

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Boise 83706, 1524 ldaho St, 208 344'8444


Chicaso 60680, 840 S. Canal St., 312 663 4125
Peor t 61603, 2008 N.t. Pefiy Ave., 309 676 2186
Rockford 61108,4223 Easi Siate St.,815 399 0942
Lvansvr e 47l14, 270c Wdsh.-glor AvP . 8J2 4 6 aoo5
rorr !'/.,-o d6807, J606 S. Lalhoun Sl, 1lo t4'i -146
lno anaioli. r6208,3/50 N. ly'P rdrzn
sourn Eeno 46601.4J0 N. Vi(hisan Sl. /lo CL '1 1d95

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Los Anse es 90054,2I2 N. Vignes St.,2l3 625 7381

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Dallas 75222,8101 Stemmofs Freeway, 214 Mt 1 3110
tl Paso 79945, 215 No. Stanton 915 533 7553

FortWorth76l0/,261 lJniverslty Paza,l00 N.Universlty Drive,8l7 ED5'5931


Horsion 77027. 4219 R chnrond Ave.. 713 lvo 7 3301
Lubbock 79400,500 E;st 50th St., P.0. Box 1464,806 SH 4'1489
l\4idland 79/04, 122 North N. St, 915 MU 4-4542
Saf Aitonio 78204 419 S. l,lain Si., 512 CA 3 3061
Salt Lak Ciiy 84i10, 431 So. Third St. 801 364-1891
Varr Sl . /0J 506 6311
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R rnmono 23 .:0. 1508 Wr lo.t .s\1r 0 rvP 701 ,/l8 d07l
Rornoke 24005.920 S. lflerson Si.,703 345'7764
sattle 981&8, 112 Andover Park tast, 206 244"7750
Spokane 99220, E. I805 Treni Ave.,509 535'2981
chrrlesion 25328 306 NlacCorkle Ave , S E., 304 346-9421
HLrnlington 25701, P.0. Box 2231,304 523-9791
AoD,elon bdq.0. 300J W colpsp Ave,4 4 714 6586
Miwau^ee 53202. 5 5 l-. N'ichrqdn Sl.,4l,a 2/1 5000

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