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THIS IS HI-TEK

Hi-Tek Lighting began producing qualily H.l.D. Lighting equipment in 1972,

primarily in the lndustrial and Commercial Markets. During

the succeeding

years Hi-Tek has become one of the largest producers of H.l.D. industrial

lighting and recognized as a leader and innovator in the commercial H.l.D. market. This dynamic growth coniinues with Hi-Tek's entry into the outdoor

area lighting market featured in this catalog. The new outdoor products shown in this catalog have been designed to provide the "BEST VALUE lN H.l.D.

LIGHTING".

We did a good job for you on the indoor - try us on the outdoor.

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CONTENTS

t. LAIVIP INFORMATION

Liqhting System Selection, Light Source Econornlcs

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INDOOR APPLICATION

 

IES Light Level Recornmendations

 

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INDOOR FIXTURE SECTION

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Ord-r,1s Dara Comn-Fn idt .

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Ordering Data lnd!strial & Special

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FIPmor" Opr -d Assprrbl

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TOB & TOBP Money Saving lnstallation Aid

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OUTDOOR APPLICATION

 

G Lr rde li ne'

IFS I iqhring leval R"co-nmPndar'o

 

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Srrp N odul"s Appl Lalion

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O.rcl Cdl.Jlator

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OUTDOOR FIXTURE SECTION

 

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4O0 Wdl *Pd!y Durv flooLll:gl ls.

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1000 Watt Heavy DLrty F oodlights

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D"Lo ar ve Po,l Top.

 

Ourdoor I iqhr,_q Oplrons & A(ca\\orre'

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VI. POLES

 
 

Selection lnformatlon

 

Wood PoLes

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Steel Poles

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Aluminurn Poles.

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VII. ELECTRICAL DATA

HID Ba last Types

E ectrical Data

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NEW PRODUCT ADDITIONS

Hi Tek's latest entry into the H.l.D.

lighting. The products

Lighting Market featured in this catalog is in the field of outdoor

to provide you with

shown in the new Outdoor Lighting Section are designed

the "Best Value in H.l.D. Lighting" for Heavy Duty Floodlightsand Decorative PostTop Luminaires.

Within the next year we plan

to bring you several new products for Area Lighting Applications. lf you

let us know.

have a need for a particular product,

TF SE R IES

"Omni F Iood " paqes 28-31.

A new 400 or 1000 watt Heavy Duty Floodlight.

U.L. listed suitable for wet locations.

Die cast Aluminum H ousing.

Unique Power Module for easy maintenance.

Available in 100'1000 watt in lvlercury, lvletal

Halide, and Hiqh Pressure Sodium.

TP SERIES

"Site-lVlodu les" paqes 32 34-

A line of decorative Post Top Luminaires.

Cast Aluminum Ballast lVlod u le.

Available in eight decorative colors. Various optical shapes and materials.

100 400 watt in Mercury, lvleral Halide, and

High Pressure Sodium.

POLES & ACCESSORIES

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A complete line of accessories for the above new products as well

as decorative wood. aluminum and steel poles for all applications.

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LAMP SELECTION

ln

the design of any lighting system, the light source

selected will have a significant impact on the system's

upon the application

requirements, any

Discharqe lamps

Halide, or High Pressure Sodium. The characteristics of

these HID sources vary widely and the table below provides a comparison of these characteristics lor selection purposes.

performance and cost. Depending

one of three

types of High lntensity

(H.l.D.) may be Lrsed: l\,4ercury, l\4etal-

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1000

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LAMPS

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175

(5IZ ES SHOWN ARE PROPORTIONAL)

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LAMP CHARACTERISTICS _ TABLE 1

LAIVI P

TYPE & WATTAGE

START,UP

TllE

{1)

RESTRIKE

TIIM E (2)

LU IM E NS/

WATT

AVERAGE

LrFE (3)

LU IV] EN

DEPRECIATION

10 Hrs/Start

MERCUBY

100

175

250

10O0

175

250

400

(Deluxe White)

{Deluxe White}

White)

400 (Deluxe White)

{Deluxe White)

(D€luxe

(warm

(Warm Deluxa White) (Warm Deluxe White)

1000 {Warm Deluxe White}

Delux€ White)

METAL HALIDE

175 lClear)

(Clear)

400 (Clear)

1000 (Clear)

250

175

250

400

1000

175

400

175

400

(Phosphor Coated)

{Phosphor Coated)

(Phosphor Coated)

(Phosphor Coated)

lclear

(Clear

(Phosphor

Horizontal)(4)

Horizontal)(4J

Coated Hor)(4)

(Phosphor Coared Hor)(4)

HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM

100

150

250

400

1000

250 {Super}

5

7 Min.

3'6 l,4in.

45.0

24,OO0+

7 4.5v6

5'7 Min.

3-6Min.

48.6

24,000+

a9%

5 - 7 lvlin.

3

6 Min.

52.0

24,000+

85vo

5-7

lvlin.

3-6Min.

57.5

24,000+

ll.|% rc,oooa"

5

T lvlin.

3'6 Min.

63.0

24,000+

5

7 ['lin.

3'6 Min.

37.1

24,000+

a9%

5-7Min.

3-6Min.

38.0

24,000+

g.a

5-7 Llin.

3- 6 Min.

50.0

24,000+

a2v"

5'7 [4in.

3'6 Min.

58.0

24,OOO+

68%

2lvlin.

10

[ran.

80

7,500

777" @ 3000 hrs.

2

[4in.

10

Min.

a2

7,500

83% @ 3000 hrs.

2lvlin.

10lt4in.

85

15,000

75% @ 6000 hrs.

4lvlin.

10

Min.

r00

10,000

82.5% @ 4000 hrs.

2

Mln.

10

Min.

80

7,500

72% @ 3000 hrs.

2

Min.

'10 Min.

7,500

78% @ 3000 hrs.

2

Min.

l0 Min.

85

15,000

72% @ 6000 hrs.

4

Min.

l0 Min.

100

r0,000

79% @ 3000 hrs.

2

LI in-

l0 Min.

85.7

7,500

80% @ 3000 hrs.

2

Min.

10 Min.

100

r5,000

80% @ 6000 hrs.

2

[4in.

10

Min.

85.7

7,500

75% @ 3000 hrs.

2

Min.

10

Min.

100

15,000

77.5% @ 6000 hrs.

3-4 Min.

 

12,000

90% @ 6000 hrs.

3-4Min.

 

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106.6

12,000

90% @ 6000 hrs.

3'4 Min.

1N4in.

102.0

15,000

91% @ 7500 hrs.

3"4 lvlin.

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lvlin.

125

20,000

90% @ 10,000 hrs.

3-4 fiilin.

1Min.

140

15,000

91Yo @ 7500 hrs.

3-4 lvlin.

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Min.

120

15,000

91% @ 7500 hrs.

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(4)

Time from initial energizing to 80% light output. Time to restrike aller momentry power interruption.

Number o.f burning hours at which 50% of a group fail, based on 20 hours per start. Special position oriented (Horizontal only) Lamp. lMl75 HOR, Nrl400-HOR.

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LIGHTING SYSTEMS SELECTION

ln mosr applications, initial investmenr vs. maintenance and operating costs is the main factor in th€ choice of system to use. Other important factors to consider arel

. The importance oI color rendition.

. Level oI illumination required and mounting heiqht.

As a general guide, the chart at the right will aid in determining

whether HID or fluorescent liqht sources should be utilized. There

are applications in which this seneralized comparison is not

adequate. Where doubt exists contact your local Lithonia

Applicalions in the gray range require a mo.e detail€d analysis to

derermine fixture type. Working in this range could require the use

of {luorescent or HID sources due to the r€lationshap of mounting

heights to required lootcandle criteria.

HID versus F LUORESCENT SYSTEiUS

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75

100

FOOTCANDL ES

LIGHT SOURCE ECONOMICS

While the economics o{ no two given llghting installations will be exactly the same due to the many variables (mounting helghts, power rates, hours of use, footcandle Jeve s, etc.) involved, there are certain economlc gLridellnes that hold true for the maiority of applications.

It is generally best to use the largest availab e wattage lamp for a given light source based upon acceptable lighting practices con-

cerning vlsua comfort.

High Pressure Sodium wi L usually provide the most economical lighting system based upon total ownir-rg and operatlon cost over a period o{ time.

[,4etal Halide is the next most economical sVstem followed by Flourescent, and Mercury.

Based upon lnitial investrnent, F oLrrescent sources are the least costly, followed by lvletal Halide, High Pressure Sodium, and

Mercury respectively.

As previously stated the economics of a lighting

system can vary from situatlon to situatlon. Hi-Tek has available computerized

which carl be used to provide more detailed economic data for a given liqht

Frxture Layout and Economlc Analysis (F.L.E.A.)

ing applicatlon. Contact your local Lithonia/Hi Tek Representative lf you should wish to use th s service.

RELATIVE COST OF LIGHTING

ASSUMPTIONS

100'x 200' Area.

1.4

1O0 fc averaqe mainrained.

25Ir. MH.

1.45

1.65

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COST

ANNUAL

OWNING

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OP ERATING

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TH 4OO ALC 400 Watt

TH 4OO M ALC 400 Watt

Metal Halide

AF 1O 296 PG

15O0 ma

Sodium

Detailed data available upon request.

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I.E.S. RECOMMENDED LEVELS

FOR VAR IOUS APPLICATIONS

The following are recommended l.E.S. lighting levels which represent the minimum advisable

for a particular task.Operation depreciates the light output of any lum inaire; therefore, you should make your selection of the

average

maintained lootcandles

lighting installation and luminaire on the basis of the minimum maintained liqht levels rather than on initial values.

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IES Recommended

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Airplane

Manulacturing

Assembly rnspect on hangar

Dr

rng. r

fastenrng

vet ng screw

Weld rng

Assembly Rough easy see ng Rough drtf cult seeing

M ed rum

Fne

Exlra f ne

Auditoriums

Soca actvties

Assernb y only

Exh brtrons

Automobile lvlanutacturing Final assernbly finrsh ng nspect ng Body & chass s assemb y Body parts manufactur ng Frame assembly Banks Lobby. genera Writrng areas

ers stalions. posl ng E keypunch

Basketball

Te

Regulat on

Recreat on

100

70

50

30

50

100

500ial

I000tal

5

15

30

200

100

70

50

50

70

150

50

30

Canning & Preserving

C!tting

piit ng. frnal sort ng

continuous be I cann ng

srn k cann ng

Genera hand

packrng

Can Lrnscramblers

Labe ng & carton ng

100

50

70

30

Clothing

Cutting

Manulacture

marking

press ng

Receiving, storing, shrpping. wind ng. measuring

Pattern making tr rnrn ng

Shops,

Sewing. inspect on

30

50

100

300(al

500(al

Depots, Terminals, Stations Concourse Platforms Wait ng. restrooms Baggage

T cket counter Electrical Equipment Manulacturing lmpregnaiing

lnsulat ng coil w nding.

test ng

t0

2A

30

50

100

50

100

Foundries

Annea ing l!rnaces

Clean rng

Core mak ng

lnspect on

Fin e

N,4 ed

iu m

Mo ding

Pouflng. sortrng

Garages - Motor Vehicles Storage

Traffic

Lanes

Parkrng garage

Service qaraqe

30

30

100

s00

r00

100

50

5

t0

20

tES Recommended

J"::i;

tEs Recommended

Repa r area

Glass Manulacturing

nd ng.

lvlix & furnace roorns. & ehr glass b ow ng mach nes

Gr

lev-. Ing

pressing

cLrttrng s ver ng

Frne gfindrng

polrsh rn g

Gymnasiums Assembl es Genera exercrse &

recrcat on

Exh bilrons rnatc hes

Hockey, lce

Profess onai

Amateur

Recreatron

lron & Steel Manutacluring

Stock. hol top. ch-.cker

cel ar. calc ning

Bu ding

yard

s ag p ts str pping

Control p atlorms repairs.

mrxer bu drng

Rolllng m ls

Shear ng

Trn platc

Motor room. machine room

ln spectio n

Library Ord nary read ng stacks

Book repa r & bind ng

Sludy & notes calaLog ng

card f es check desk

lvlachine Shops

Ro!gh bench

N/ed um bench rough

gnnd ng b LJfi ng

50

100

30

50

100

Post

Ollices

Lobby & tables

Ma

soriing

Printing

Pholo

engrav

etchrng.

Color Pr-osses blockrnq nspccting Proofreadrng

Composing room

ng

30

100

50

200

7A

150

100

TO

Rubber Goods & Tire Manutacturinq

Plast catrng. m lrng

Fabric cutt ng hose

30

30

50

ooTns

mo d

irg

50

Bu d/ng. wrapp ng Sheet Melal Works

cur ng

70

Genera

50

Trn plate

inspeclion

galvanized

scr bing

204

Slores

C rcu aiion area. stockroom

30

Merchand s ng serv ced

100

Merchand s ng Testing

self servrce

200

General

50

Texlile Mills

Cotlon

r 00 200

50

20

10

2A

30

30

50

50

30 Pckng cardng rovng

100

30

50

7A

50

T00

s prn n rng

Beam ng & slashing Drawrng

Olhers Silk & Synlhetics

Soak ng lint ng

r;g 0

100

cond I on ng

30

Wind ng s ash

ng ght

thread

50

Same as above w th dark thread

200

Materials Handling

Loadrng. lruckrng

P

cking stock c

ass fy ng

Wrapp ng

Meat Packing

packing

abe ng

Slaughtering

Clean ng cann nq

Oflices

Corfldors. slairways

Read ng transcflbrng Feg0 ar offrce work

Account ng

aud ting

labulating bus ness mach ne

operairon. rough

draft ng

Cartography design

nq

d,.tailed drafting

Paint Shop

Spraying rubb ng hand art.

st-. ncil

F ne hard

fin sh ng

parnt ng &

20

30

50

30

r00

20{k)

7A

100

150

200

50

100

Others

Tobacco Products Dryrng stnpprng. general Warehousing, Storage nactive

Act ve

Rough bLrlky

Med um

Fine

Welding

General

Woodworking

Rough

saw ng & bench work

ng.

S

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ng planrng. glu

sand

qual ly bench

ne

fin

ng veneering. medrum

work

bench work. f ne sandrng

shing

100

30

10

2A

50

s0

30

50

100

Paper

Manulacturing

gr nding

Beaters

F nishing.

cutting

Hand count ng

Paper machrne reel. inspectron Rew nder

30

50

7A

100

150

FOOTNOTES

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ghl ng p !s spec a 'zed s!ppleme.lary

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HI-TEK OUICK ESTIMATOR

TL sERtEs Low WATTAGE |NDUSTRtAL

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30

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NUMBEN OF FIXTURES FEOUIRED

TH sERrEs TNDUSTRTAL

4OO WATT

1OO FOOTCAN DLES MAINTAINED

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60

70

80

50

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NUMBER OF FIXTURES REOUIRED

OUICK CONVERSIONS

1. To change footcandles:

No. of Fixtures Fc Desired

(lrom.narl)

F( (from .har t I

\o of f,xrLrei Bequired

2. To change lamps (low wattage only):

No. of 1O0 watt unats = No. of 175 watl units x 1.94 No. of 250 watt un;ts = No. ot 175 watt units x 0.67

3. To convert to initial footcandles:

See lamp data - page 3 lMaintained Fc + Lumen Dep.eciation = Initial footcandles

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lOOO WATT 1OO FOOTCAN D LES MAINTAINED

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60

70

80

90 100

NUMBER OF FIXTURES REOU IRED

ESTI MATO R FO R TH E "S PAR KLE- LITE" &'' I NNOVATO R'" "

TS sesres coMMERcTAL 4oo warr

TC senlEs coMMERctaL 4oo wATT

FOR THT FOLLOWING

SPACINGS

TS spnR<rerrre

4OO WATT

DE LU XE WH ITE

MERCURY

TS spnn<rerrte

4OO WATT

PHOSPHO R COATED

META L HAL IDE

TC rru ruo vnro n

4OO WAIT

DE LUXE WH ITE

MERCURY

TC rruruovnron

4OO WATT

PHOS?HO R COATED

META L HALIDE

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x 10

10 x 10

INF TO {:FNTFRI

INEI IN FFFT)

1Ox12

12x12

12x14

14x14

 

198

fc

159

fc

127 fc

 

2O1

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'161 f c

SA12

1A/ fc

1sO f.

1?O tc

c73

2O4 fc

163

fc

131 fc

sAl2

221 lc

182fc

145 fc

c73

244 tc

198 fc

159 fc

*c-73

corninq G .ss Lens

106 fc

88 fc

75Ic

65 fc

134fc

't 12 fc

96 fc

82 tc

100

fc

71 lc

1Og fc

91 fc

78 fc

121tc

101 fc

87 lc

132fc

110

fc

94 lc

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estimator on Page 6 provides a general estimate of the number of fixtures required to

The quick

provide a given footcandle level" Further refinement of the application can be obtained by

following the easy steps listed below:

!I!PS

1. Deiermine room s zes, wi.lrh lW)

x Lenqth (L)--

= Area (A)

, Mountl.s Heishr (MH)

2 Derermine BCR (room cavltv ratio) from Tab e I lf room d mens ons

lisied do not closely codespond to

ihe actual room le.gth, w dth or he qhl, use the fol ow ng ionnu a io determine FCF

cCR

'r, l-ounInq h"rqhI

- t".q,",^"-

".qrr- ^ u.-t

f BCR comes our other ih an 1,2,3, at 4, nterDoaresqlarefootcov€raqefromTablell

3 Derermine the area covered per iixt!re lfor 10o fc

6inta nedl irom Tab e ll

C =

4. Determlne

the nlmber of I xtures req!ired ar

100 fc marnta ned by div ding the area rn Step

coverage per f xture. Number requ red = A . c

I bY the

5. lf the lootcand es leve desired s not 1OO ic, adiun the answer in Ster) 4 as fo lows

Nlmber requrred -

Fc(desired)

tOO

x Number reqlired trom Step 4

6. Determine f xture sp6cing.

A. Divrde area iA) by number of un rs req!ired to find nde! (l)

ln Tab

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Unirs

ndex(l)

B. Refer ro Tab e lll to iind SDacl.S (Sl lor l.det

(l)

is)

? Verlfv thal fixture will qive !n iom

l!minaiion. Soacing (S) from Siep 68 musl be eq!al lo or less lhan

mo!nting he ghr 1MH) r spacing to rno!ntinq heiShl (S/MHl lrom I6b e ll lor f xture se ected

rs)

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rMrlr

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rs MF,

li (S) exceeds rh spacing.l owable lor the iixt!re selected, go back to Srep 3 and make a wider.listribu

8. Oetermine .lmber ot trxiures across w dlri.

Div de width 1W) by spac'ng 1S). Faise to .exl h cher number No. on w drh

{W)

(S)

9. Derernine nlmber of fixtures along cnqth. D vide ensth lL) bv spacing lS) False io .ext higher nlmber'

1o Totat untrs = Units across widrh t Uniis atonq rnqth Tora rp,ru rFd =

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TABLE 1 ROOM CAVITY RATIOS _ RCR

(Nt

"n".qrhil

 

1L)

No. on length

(S)

FOOM SIZE (FeetJ

tUMlNAlnE MOUNTING HEIGHT (Fee0

50

150

300

500

rooo

.15

100

154

100

r50

45

60

80

100

100

150

150

300

300

50cl

300

500

500

1000

1000

27

22

t8

17

t6

1t

t5

1.1

t3

1T

t5 t3 t2 rr

13

12

t0

9

8

68

57

5

5

3

3

334

l

10

33

2A

25

23

22

20

21

19

18

t6

21

lti 18 t5 17 15 13

3

1

0

6 T

12

40

33

30

2E

26

24

28

23

21

25

22

20

ta

16

20

18

2

l

12

9

a

a 7

6

t4

47

39

35

32

30

28

33

26

25

30

26

2al

2l

t9

23

zta

19

I

6

16

53

41

40

35

38

30

?a

25

34

29

26

21

21

27

23

2l

20

18

14

t1

9

I S

t6

12

lt

11 9

7

6

5

8

6

5

5

33445T4 41551A9

3

3

18

60

50

1a

39

43

3.1

32

29

3lJ

33

29

21

24

30

21

23

2a ]i

16

18

14

12

12

11

a

6

6

4

2A

6/

56

50

,13

35

32

42

37 33

27 30

33

27

23 2a

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44

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12

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CATALOG

NUMBE R

ALUM IN UM

S/MH

SO, FI./F IXTUR E FOR RCR

GLASS

PREFIX 1

RE LF E CTORS

TL 175 H

13

OELUXE

ALS

1.5

MERCURY

19

TL 4OO H

14

DELUXE

ALS

16

MERCURY

1 .95

TH 4OO H

DELUXE

MERCURY

ALN

ALC

ALS

0.8

10

t3

155

1

49

48

46

12',1

120

't21

149

141

138

r3s

 

2.O

139

TH 4OO M

ALN

0.9

186

METAL

ALC

10

190

HALIDE

ALM

135

119

ALS

1.65

186

 

20

r 81

TH 4OO S

ALC

10

320

SODIUM

1.3

282

 

ALS

1.6

242

2

3

4

REFLECTORS

43

38

33

42

31

32

40

35

30

121

98

89

107

94

83

101

83

131

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115

PGN

134

121

111

PGC

125

113

102

PGM

126

113

102

PGS

1?4

109

96

PGW

170

156

145

PGN

114

161

141

PGC

163

149

135

PGM

168

154

138

PGS

165

147

133

PGW

295

259

210

236

232

247

213

209

PGC

PGM

PGS

S/MH

09

1.0

13

1.6

2.O

08

10

1.32

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19

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314

DELUXE

1.2

323

292

MERCURY

ALS

15

2AA

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ALN

04

624

512

META L

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ALC

1.0

1 .25

587

512

524

 

16

594

528

244

254

262

231

253

528

483

483

438

483

438

4t6

431

PGC

PGN

PGC

PGM

PGS

1.2

0.8