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McGraw Edison

POWER DRAWER
CONCOURSE

combines the form and function


of a modern styled, sharp
cutoff luminaire and the
exclusive Power Drawer ballast
assembly to give you the
greatest design f lexibility for
outdoor I ighting applications.

r Modern styling helps


enhance its su rrou nd ings
by day.

r Concealed lig ht source


creates a better visual
environment at n ig ht.

o Power Drawer ballast


assembly provides f lexibility
and easy installation-
permits easy upgrading.

Power Drawer Concourse-a


su perior luminaire for
commercial, in d u strial,
inst itut ion al and roadway
lighting appl ications.

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POWER DRAWER CONCOURSE
Sharp Cutoff Luminaire

Sharp cutoff um najres are des gned to shield


llght from the luminaire at ang es above 72
degrees from vertical. Th s shielding angle of
72 degrees is selected as it is generally
LiQht
recognized by the light ng industry that
discomfort glare is minimlzed when llght strikes
an observers eyes at an angle below 72 degrees
from vertlcal. '!r:);;;,,",

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r

liaxinun Candl.povet

3 lvlH 2 I't1H

The diagram above illustrates how Power Drawer


Concourse luminaires provide sharp cutoff by
shielding the source ot glare at angles above
72 degrees from verlical. The maximum main
beam candlepower zone is from 64 lo 72
degrees with maln beam maximum candlepower
at 67 deg rees.

The concealed light source ol Power Drawer


Concourse creates dramatic no glare illumination
which facilitates pedestrian and vehicular tratlic
and increases the ability to see surrounding
area, objects and buildings. This glare control,
combined with the superior pavemenl illum:nation
provided by Power Drawer Concourse results
in the balanced perlormance necessary to
create an optimum visual environment.

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Two Advanced Sharp Gutoff Optical Designs to Choose From.
O
Design 20

Diagram of equal footcandle levels showing


excelJent distribution on the ground for iighting
of long rectangular areas perpendicular to the
front of the luminaire. Should be used when wide
spacings are desired for narrow areas and
Vertical can dlepowe r d ist ribution. roadways and sharp cutoff is required.

Design 40

Diagram of equal footcandle levels showlng


excellent distr bution on the ground for ight ng
of extended areas in front of the luminaire.
Should be Lrsed when poles must be set back
from the area to be ilum nated but where
Vertical can d lepower d istribut ion. sharp cutoff is stil desired.

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Ane piece
f ormed aluminum

hou sing

Hyd tol at m ed

Heavy gauge
su pport bracket

Quick rclease
pivot latch

Snatch
latch

Continuaus
doot frame
gasket

Ballast
caPacitat

Ballast d rawer
assembly

Polatized
quick-disconnect
plu g

Lamp
sockel

Ballast care
and coil
Cleat tempered
giass /ens
Exttuded

Quick release doot f rcme


daat lalch
Design 20 illustated

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POWER DRAWER CONCOURSE
Construction Details
FEATURES
. Housing-One piece heavy gauge formed aluminum. lnner frame ol extruded aluminum
formed to hold a continuous door seal gasket.
. Door lrame-Extruded aluminum holds tempered clear glass lens. Hinged to housing
with concealed hinge pins. Opens by means ol two quick release spring loaded
latches.
. Oplics-Luminaires ut:lize a parabolic hydroformed, aluminum reflector with
specu lar anodized linish.
. Light patlerns-Design 20 units produce an asymmetric pattern for general area and
roadway lighting applications. Design 40 produces an asymmetric light pattern lor
extended area lighting applications.
. Ballast-Patented ballast drawer assembly contains all electrical components. Automatic
snatch latch allows removal of drawer without tools.
o Mounling arm-Rectangular extruded aluminum arm mounts directly to pole with
concealed mounting hardware.
o Finish-Black or bronze thermoset enamel.

Exclusive Ballast Drawer Assembly Photoelectric Control


. Ballast drawer assembly slides Ballast drawer assembly includes Button type mounts
into housing and connects to properly positioned lamp socket inconspicuously in pole, retains
power su pply with polarized for maximum optical etficiency. clean crisp lines of tixture and
quick-disconnect plug. Accommodates ballasts lor 100 pole assembly. Provides automatic
. Provides llexibility, permits through 1000-watt mercury, 70 dusk-lo-dawn control oJ luminaires.
single housing to accommodate lhrough 1000-watt high pressure
a variety of lamp and ballast sodium and 175 th rough
types. .1000-watt
metal halide lamps.
. Protects investment by single
change of ballast drawer Contains all electrical
assembly to accept new H.l.D. components.
ballast. Simplifies installation.

Mounting Arm
Extruded aluminum, mounts
directly to pole with concealed
hardware to lorm a rigid assembly
of luminaire arm and pole.
Provides a large internal wireway
for easy wiring of the fixture to
power supply.

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POWER DRAWER CONCOURSE LUMINAIRES
Square Shape

Ordering lnformation
Calalog Number (1)

Pole Mounl;ng Wall Mtg,

Lamp and Lamp


Ballasl (2) Watls
't.-a
l*f Y
rl H
Slng/e Twin-180' Tw n- g0' Tlple-120' Tr pe 90'

DESIGN 20 (Optics for General Area & Roadway Lighting Applications)


cs10221 cs10222 CS10223 cs10224 cs10225 cs10226 cs10227 100
cs10421 cs10422 CS10423 cs't0424 cs10425 cs10426 cs10427 175
cs10521 cs10522 CS10523 cs10524 cs10525 cs10526 cs10527 250
cs20621 cs20622 CS20623 cs20624 cs20625 cs20626 cs20627 .100

cs30821 cs30822 C530823 cs30824 cs30825 cs30826 cs30827 1000

cs11421 cs11422 CS11423 cs11424 cs11425 cs11426 cs11427 175


c s 11521 cs11522 CS11523 cs11524 cs1t525 cs11526 cs1 152 7 l/eta Halide 254
cs21621 cs21622 CS21623 cs21624 c s21625 cs21526 cs21627 CWA 400
cs31821 cs31822 CS31823 c s318 24 c s31825 cs31826 c s31827 1000

csl8121 cs 18122 c s 18123 c s 18124 cs18125 cs18126 cs18127 zol


cs18222 cs18223 cs18224 cs18226 cs18227 HPS 100
cs 18221 c s 18225
ATR
cs18321 c s 18322 cs18323 cs 183 24 cs18325 cs18326 cs1832 7 150 (3)

cs12521 cs l2522 cs12523 cs12524 cs12525 cs12526 cs12527 250


cs22621 cs22622 cs22623 cs22624 cs22525 cs22626 cs22627 400
cs32821 c s3282 2 cs32823 cs32824 cs328 25 cs32826 cs32827 1000

DESIGN 40 (Opt cs for Extended Area Light ng Applications)


cs20641 cs20642 CS20643 CS20644 CS2064s cs20646 C520647 lvlercury 400
cs3084t cs30842 CS30843 CS3o844 CS3o845 cs30846 CS3O847 CWA 1000

cs2164'l cs2'1542 CS2 t 643 cs21644 cs21645 CS21646 CS21647 Melal Ha ide 400
cs31841 cs31842 CS31843 cs31844 cs31845 CS31846 CS31847 CWA 1O0O

cs22641 C522642 cs22643 cs22644 cs22645 cs22646 cs22647 ,,!l?1," 400


cs32841 C532842 cs32843 cs32844 cs32845 cs32846 cs32847 tflXL;. 1000

AOD ITIONAL ORDERING INFO RMATION


(1) Catalog number includes l!rninaires, arms and hardware Vandal Shield Dropped cear po ycarbonate Add suffx V to
lor direct po e mouniing. Lamps are not ncluded. cataognumbereg. CS10221 1 20V (for 250 & 400 watt s zes only)
(2) CWA Constant Wattage A!lotranslormer. ATF-Aulo- Photocontrol Avaiiab e for un ts through 277 vo ts. Add suil x P to
transformer Reaclor. All ballasts are hiqh power laclor. -
cata og number e.g. CS10221-120P.
(3) Lamp arc rating of 55 volls. Note: When specified, a button type photoconirol for installa-
tion n the pole shaft is sh pped 1or each um na re in a spec-
Poles-Pole mounling systems lit McGraw-Edison 4" ard 6" ilied configurallon, e.g: CS10225 req!ires three (3) photo-
square poles, except triple 120" which lils 4' lo 4yz" d a. cont ro ls.
round poles. See page 14 & 15 for nomina wnd oading data
and pole order ng information. Finish-Black (BK), Bronze (BZ) therrnoset ename. Specify
as calaiog number suffix, e g.: CS10221-1208K
Ballast Availab e 120 ihrough 480 volts. Specify vo tage as
catalog number suffix, e.g.: CS10221-120. Muii-tap u11its for U L. listings available.
12A,2OB, 240, 277 vall tnpul available in rnost sizes. For dimensions see iable on page 14.

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One piece
spun aluminum
housing

Hydrofarmed
r efleclat

Heavy gauge
support bracket

Ca n tinu ou s
doar f rame
gaskei

Ballast cate
and coil

{ Sra lch
l.ich
il La
'p
sockci

Bai/.rsi
dapacitat

E xtr ud ed
Ballasi aira,rcr
doar ltame ..ss e nr b/y

Pala rizecl
or.rick./isoo/)necl
plug
Clear lcm pered
g/ass /ens
Quacl lead
.Jlsconn ccl

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POWER DRAWER CONCOURSE
Construction Details
FEATURES
. Housing One piece heavy gauge spun aluminum.
-
. Door frarne Extruded aluminum holds tempered clear glass lens and is hinged to
-
the housing. Door is held in the closed position by means of quad lead disconnecls.
. Optics Luminaires utilize a parabolic, hydroformed, aluminum ref lector with
specular- anodized finish.
I
o Light patterns Design 20 units produce an asymmetric pattern lor general area and
l -
roadway lighting applications.
o Ballast patented self-contained ballast drawer assembly contains all electrical
-A
components. Automatic snatch latch allows removal of drawer without tools.
e FJiounting arrn Rectangular extruded aluminum support arm mounts directlyto pole
with concealed -mounting hardware.
@ FinisFr Black or bronze thermoset enamel.
-

Fxcitrgi,/e Eelta$i llia!aex Asse! l!llv Fhotoeleciric Controi


a Contains all electrical Simplifjes installation. Button type mounts
components. Protects investment by single inconspicuously in pole, helps
* Slides into housing, connects change of ballast drawer retain crisp lines of fixture and
to power supply with polarized assembly to accept new H.l.D. pole assembly. Provides automatic
quick-disconnect plug. ballast. on-at-dusk. off -at-dawn control
o Contains properly positioned Accommodates ballasts for 100 of luminaires.
lamp lor maximum optical through 1000-watt mercury, 70
etficiency. through 1000-watt high pressure
e Provides flexibility, permits sodium and 175 through
single housing to accommodate 1000-watt metal hallde lamps.'
a variety of lamp and ballast
types.
il

Extruded aluminum mounts


directly to pole with concealed
hardware to result in a rigid
assembly of lum inaire, support
arm and pole. Provides a large
internal wireway for easy wiring
of the fixture to power supply.

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POWER DRAWER CONCOURSE LUMINAIRES
Round Shape

Ordering lnformation
Cataloq Number (1)

Lamp and Lamp


Ballast (2) Watls
'{ H
Twin 90" Triple-I20' Triple 90'

DESIGN 20 (Optics for General Area & Foadway Lighting Applications)


cs40221 cs40222 cs40223 cs40224 CS4022s cs40226 cs40227 '100
cs40421 cs40422 cs40423 cs40424 CS4042s cs40426 cs40427 175
cs40521 cs40522 cs40523 cs40524 CS40525 cs40526 cs40527 250
cs5062t css0622 cs50623 cs50624 CS50625 cs50626 cs50627 400
cs60821 cs60822 cs60823 cs60824 CS60825 cs60826 cs60827 1000
cs41421 cs41422 cs41423 cs41424 cs4142s cs41426 cs41427 175
cs41s21 cs41s22 cs41523 cs4'1524 cs41525 cs41526 cs41527 Metal Halide 250
cs51621 cs51622 cs51623 cs51624 cs51525 cs51626 cs5 t627 CWA 400
cs6182 t cs61822 cs61823 cs61824 cs6182s cs61826 cs61827 1000
cs48121 7A
cs48221 HPS
100
ATR
cs4832t 150 (s)
cs42524 cs42526 cs42527 250
cs52624 cs52626 cs52627 400
cs62824 cs62826 cs62827 l ooo ]

ADDITIONAL ORDERING INFORMATION


(1) Catalog nr.r mber includes luminaires, mounting arms and Vandal Shield D'opp.6 ,"u po'\(a'ooralo aoo ,. V ro
hardware for direct pole mounting. Larnps aTe noi included. cara,oo' ur a^' ^ a C c 402? 1 120V.'o. 250 & l0O,^an s 26. o.r,/
(2) CWA-Constant Watiage Autotransiormer. ATR-Auto- Photocontrol Availab e for units throuoh 277 volts Add suil x P to
transformer Reactor. cd-alog n-r 6e c gCSa0221P.
(3) Lamp arc rating ol 55 volls. Nole: When spociried. a oLllor lype plotocortro ror ncldl a-
Poles-Pole moufting systerns flt McGraw-Edison 4" ard 41/2" Ior n ll-e po e sra'l is shippeo tor oacl- un.ra re r a spec-
diameter poles. See page 14 & 15 for nominal wifd toading fred corfrg..al 01. e I. CS40225 reou rcs rr.pa (J) pholo-
data and pole ordering information. controls.
Ballast-Availab le 120 through 480 volts.
Finish 'B ack ,B\r B'orte BZr lre.r osel e lan-el Spectfv
as calarog numbe. sJtrir. e g I CS4022l-120oBK.
Speciiy votage as caialog number suifix, e.g.; CS40221-120.
N,4ulti{ap !nits for 120, 208, 240, 277 vo)l input available in U.L. llstings available.
most sizes For dimensions see table on page 14.

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POWER DRAWER CONCOURSE
Procedure for Selection of Concourse Poles
To select a pole wiih proper strength and wind load characteristics use the
tollowing procedure.
A, Reler to Concourse Nominal Loading Data Table below. Find the EPA (eliective
projected area) of the luminaire size, shape and contiguration desired.
B. From the pole listing tables select a pole with an EPA rating equal to or
greater than the luminaire EPA rating ior the maximum wind velocity at the
installation location.
To order poles see additional ordering information below the pole listing.

NOMINAL LOADING DATA


Elteclive Projected Area (EPA)-Sq. Ft. (
Luminaire with Mounting Arm
Wt.-

+
Max. Slngle l win T riple Quad
Housing Lbs. shape .-{ H r-{ a\, H T
Size Luminaire Only Luminaire
Only (2)
'180"
I
90'
II
1200 900
Sq I 1.0 21 2.5 23 2,
250 29
Rd 5 1.3 25 2.5 2.7 2.7
48 Sa 15 1.6 33 3.9 3.6 4.O
400
Rd I 20 46 42 4.2
So 24 25 5.2 6.1
1000 85
6ii
Rd 32 6.3 6.4

(1) Effective projected area based on coeffic;ent of dras:1.0 (rt add 0.2 to EPA for confisurat on 1 & 2,0.1
l:p?A3?j,1,"#;"rsed

LUMINAIRE CONFIGURATION POLE SELECTOR TABLE

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Conliguration-Square or Round Units
I I
Single Twin 180 " Twin 90" TriDle 120' Triple 90" 0uad
]ATALOG NUMBER SUFFIX 2 3 4 5 6

DIMENSIONS
Desc.iplion Difiensions-lnches
Power otawer Square Round
Concout3e A B c A B c
250 16 6V, 19 9V2
400 21Y4 9V2 AV1 26 8%
1000 2AY1 9Vz 10% 35 91/2 109e

'For 1000 watt size square units in configurations 3,5 & 6 B dimension = 12ya inches.

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Poles-Anchor Base Type
For Direct Pole lvlounting Concourse Luminaires On ly
See pole section ol cataloq for other available poles
Maximum EPA (Ellective Proiected Area) Sq. Ft.
_
Catalog Wind Velocily-M.P.H. *irtr Cusr iaclo,
Number (1) Heighl- Section-inches
Ft. Round or Square Iso
Qnour.ro NoN-TAeERED EXTRUDED sHAFT
PA10l0-( ) 14 5.8 3.6 2.5
P41011"( ) 8.6 67 43 3.1
PA1017-( ) 2A 4.5 32 14 0.6
P410181 ) 20 65 4.9 2.7 1.6
PA102s-( ) 2A 6 18.9 157 tl0 8.8
P41026-{ ) 24 6 146 12.4 8.3 6.6
PA1027-( ) 30 6 80 4.1

D sounne NoN-TApERED EXTRUDED sHAFT


PA2008-( ) T4 3 3l 19 0.5 0.0
PA2009-( ) 67 2.2 0.9
PA20101 ) 173 13.5 8.6 6l
PA201s,( ) 16 29 4.7 0.0
PA2011-( ) 16 T4.0 10 6 6.3 41
PA2013-( ) 2A 8.8 6l 26 0.8
PA3008-( ) 2A 6 97 63 18 0.0
P43009-( 20 t8 9 t3 9 73 4.0
PA3001-(
)
'24
6
rl 296 227 13.7 9.2 f
=
z
)
PA2014-( ) 24 49 26 17 00
PA3012-( ) 24 6 4.3 00 00
PA3013-( ) 24 6 121 78 2.3 0.0
P43003-( ) 24 6 21 0 15 2 77 38
PA3017-(
PA3006-(
)
)
30
30
6
6
4.4
11.2
4.7
65
0.0
0.5
0.0
0.0 fJ
o ROUN D TAPERED SHAFT'-BRUSHED ALUMINUM
PA5101-( 20 6x4 77 77 6.0 49
PA51031 2A lt 8 118 92
PA5111-( 25 53 5.3 4.1
PA5113-( 8.3 8.3 6.6 5.1
P45115-( 25 8x 41/2 12.2 12.2 g4 T5
pA5121-( 30 6.0 6.0 3.5
l2
O PA5123-(
PA5125-(
PA5127-(
30
30
30 l0 x 6
93
13.0
194
9.3
130
194
t0l
14 7
56
80
1t l
PA513'1"( 35 62 62 47 36
PA5133-( 35 Ax4l, 9l 9l 70 56
PA5136-( 35 l0 x 6 l6l t6l 12 2
PA5142-( 39 71 71 54 40
P45144-( 39 l0 x 6 112 11 2 8l 57
PA5145-( 39 10 x 6 132 r3 2 97 7.O

fl souARE NoN-TApERED sHAFT-PRI\4E pATNTED


PS2IO$r ) l5 14 8 14 8 117 93
PS2107r ) 2A 80 8.0 64 49
PS2l12t ) 25 14.7 68 4.1 22
PS2l17r ) 30 5 200 171 i4 5 124
P521221 ) 6 14 5 90 5l
PS212&r ) 39 7 259 162 48
E souaRE TApERE0 SHAFT--pRrME pATNTED
PS3101-( ) 15 5x3% 24.5 149 11.2 8.4
PS3104-( ) 20 5x3 15.4 1t2 8.4 6.3
PS3110"( ) 25 6x3 I4.9 10.6 7.6 55
IJJ
PS311s-( ) 30 6l?x3 245 147 t0 7 79
PS3119-( ) 35 254 18.0 129 IIJ
PS3122{ 39 I x 41/2 266 18 7 t3 l
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)

o ROUND TAPERED SHAFT' PRIME PAINTED


P541oo-( ). 2A 6% x 35/B 26.4 195 15.5 12.4
PS41011 ). 25 7x31h 225 170 t3 0 r00
PS4t 12-( ) 30 9x 43/a 450 350 274 210
P54113-( ) 39 l0x4% 385 22.5 17.4
P54108-( 45 10 x 33/a 290 220 170 13.5
PS41o9-( ) 50 26.0 200 16.0 13.0
P54110-( ) 55 12 x 33/s 20.5 195 150 '12.o
PS4114-( ) 60 121h x 4 33.0 20.0 16.0
Nomrnalshatl cross seclon d mensions t Gustlaclor equas 1 3 times base wind veloc ity
. Limied to maximum srze of 400 wans on d recl pol shaft mou nted Concou rse umrnaires Conlact iaclory ior 100O wan s :e app icat on.
ADDITIONAL ORDERING I NFORMATION When photoconirols are spec iied provrslon for mounting is in the po e
(1) Selecl basrc pole cata og nurnber, e q.: PAl01l -( ) Reler to conJigura_
shafi one ior each fixture. Add suifix P to cata og number, e g : PAl01l -
5P.
rion se eclor table and i nd cal. no. suflix ior conf guration selected. Add
to basic catalog number, e.g PAl0l1-5. Th s is a po e lor use w th three Note: For po e-lop mounted units the pholocontrols are mounled in lhe
lum naires at 90".
pole'top irtler
Finish-Excepl where noled otherw se standard linish s thermoset
For pole-top mounted unis add slftix 0, eg.: PA1011'0. EPA rating of enamel n alum num (AP) black (BK) or bronze (BZ). Speclfyas cataog
pole may decrease consult factory. number sufl x, e.q. PA1011-sPAP.

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POWER DRA\NER CONCOURSE
Modifications
Dlop Prismalic Lens Pole-Top Mounting Arrangement

An ultra-violel inhibited prismatic acrylic All square and round Power Drawer
drop lens is available on all square Concourse luminaires are available in
and round Power Drawer Concourse single and multiple configurations lor
luminaires, except 1000 watt size. pole-top mounting. Pole{op units fit poles
To order add suffix A to catalog number, with 3-inch O.D. x 3.8-inch long tenons.
e.g.: CS 10221- 120ABZ. To order change direct mounted
Concourse calalog number prefix from
cS to CT, e.g.: Change cs10221-12oBz lo
C'110221420a2 tor pole-top mou nting.

Adiustable Pole-Top Mounting


Arrangement Ma6t Arm Mounting

Square Power Drawer Concou rse All square and round Concourse luminaires
luminaires are available wilh an adjustable are available lor mast arm mounting on
pole-top fitter lor single, twin and quad 2-inch pipe brackets. The mast arm
versions. Luminaires in these configurations mounting arrangement allows a ! 5
can be adjusted individually from a degree vertical leveling adjustment of
horizontal to a 45 degree position. The the luminaire.
pole-top titter is designed for use on To order change the filth digit of the
poles with 2-inch pipe (2%-inch O,D.) catalog number for s:ngle direct pole
and 3-inch O.D. tenons. mounted un;ts to 8, e.g.: change
CS1022l -12OBZ 1o CS10228-12082.

Other Available Mounting Conligurations

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Many additional multiple mount!ng configurations, other than those cataloged are available. The illustrations
cover several possible varlaiions. Addit:onal information available on request
All of lhe above modif:calions change lhe EPA Loading Data shown on
page 14. Additional intormation available on requesl.

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POWER DRAWER CONCOURSE
Specif ications
This specification covers McGraw-Edison Power Drawer arm shall be constructed to provide a wireway for power
Concourse luminaires for use wiih 70 through 1000 watt supply wires to the luminaire. The arm shall be con-
high-intensity discharge lamps. structed for direct pole mounting or in the case of poie-
top mounted units a cast pole-top fitter coupled to an
Luminaire shall be Power Drawer Concourse catalog extruded arm shall provide the mounting assembly.
number (specify) and shall include the following
features: Optical compartment-shall contain the reflector as-
sembly and shall be enclosed by the housing and hous-
Housing-shall be (round) (square) formed from heavy ing door assembly. The optical train shall be so designed
gauge aluminum to result in a one piece water iighi that a minimum of (specify) per cent efficiency shall
shell. lt shall contain the optjcal componenis and a re- be achieved with mercury, high pressure sodium or
movable ballast drawer assembly complete with alJ metal halide lamps without field modification.
electrical components including the lamp socket.
Hellector-shall be constructed of sheet aluminum, fin-
Housing door (square)-shall be extruded aluminum ished with Alzak" process. lt shall be shaped to provide
and shall hold a tempered flat glass lens. lt shall be proper area and roadway lighting patterns.
gasketed and shall be designed to hinge at the front, 'P roprieta ry term of Alcoa.
back or either sjde of the housing as may be desired
at time of installation. Hinge pins shall be concealed. Socket-shall be porcelain enclosed with a spring
It shall be held in the closed position by quick release loaded contaci and shall be adjusted to properly posi-
trigger latches. The door shall be removable without tion a high-intensity discharge lamp to be used with
the use of tools. lt shall be designed to accommodate the ballast specified and provide the appropriate IES
a prismatic acrylic drop lens or a clear polycarbonate lig hi pattern.
vandal resisiant drop lens when specified.
Lamp stabilizer-where used shall be insulated and
Housing door (round)-shall be extruded aluminum shall cushion the lamp from shock or vibration to elim-
and shall hold a tempered, heat and impact resistant, inate breakage. ln conjunct'on with the socket, it shall
flat glass lens. lt shall be hinged to the housing and maintain precision larn p alignment.
gasketed. The door shall be held in the closed position
by quad lead disconnects. The door shall be designed Opiical filter-shall be positioned in the housing at the.
to accommodate a prismatic acrylic drop Iens or a clear point of attachment of the mounting arm. lt shail allow
polycarbonate vandal resjstant drop lens when specified. circulation of air through the optical assembly and shall
effectively filter out external contaminants.
Housing and housing door assembly-shall be so de-
signed that the mating of parts and gaskets shall form Ballast-shall be high power factor.
a sealed unit in which the airllow through the fixture is
restricted and lirnited to travel through the filter section Conslant Watiage Autolranslormer Mercury lamp bal-
only. lasr rated (100) (175) (250) (400) (1000) warts wirh an
input rating of (120) (208) Q4a) (2771 (480) volts.
Wind load rating-effective projected area of the (spec-
ify) watt luminaire shall not exceed (specify EPA from Autolranslormer Reactor High Pressure Sodium lamp
wind load table on page 14) square feet. ballast rated (70) (100) (1s0t) (250) (400) (1000) watts
with an input rating of (120) (208) (240) (277) (480) volts.
Ballast drawer assembly-shall be a self-contained re- "Lamp arc rating of 55 volts.
movable assembly and shall support the ballasi assem-
bly, lamp socket and polarized, quick disconnect, power Constant Wattage Autotranslormer Metal Halide lamp
input plug. The assembly shall be removable without ballast rated (175) (250) (400) (1000) watts with an input
the use of tools. ol (120) (208) (240) \277) (480) volts.

Mounling arm-shal be rectangular heavy gauge alu- Finish shall be thermoset enamel and shall be (black)
minum and shall attach to the luminaire housing with (bronze) color and shail noi show appreciabie fading
two tension rods to iorm a rigid vibration free assembly. The over a period ol not less than five years.

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POWER DRAWER CONCOURSE Photometric Data
Procedure For Making A Lighting Layout

1. Eva uate the actvty \ai hlch will take place in the 4. To check deta led uniformity refer to the isofoot-
area to be i uminated. Se ect the average rna n candle d aqram for the lamp and luminaire combina-
ta ned fooicandle level required. tion selected and determine the lowest footcandle
2. To deterrnine average initial footcandle levels re level on the illuminated area.
quired rnultlply average mainlained fooicandle by 5. To determine averaqe footcandle level by the umen
1.3 for mercury lamps, 1.4 lor rnetal ha ide lamps method refer to the dashed lumen utrl zal on curves.
and 1.2 ior hiqh pressure sodium larnps. to allow Add al utilizat on iigures for the area confrgurat on
for average larnp and luminaire deprecation. used.
3. FeJer to the spacing charl for the amp and um n
a re combination des red to deterrnjne polc spacinq AViRAGE N ITIAL FOOTCANDLES.
for the specific area wldth and footcandle level re- (Hor zonta ln tja Lamp Lun-rens) I (Tota L!nren UlLlzat onJ
q u red. Spaclng) (Area Width)
(Po c

NOTE: Spacing curves are lerminaled at a point re- NOTE: This procedure and the pholomelric data
sulting in average-to-minimum unilormity ratio shown is applicable lo bolh square and round
ot 6:1 or betler. Concourse luminaires.

, single Luminaire with 0esign 20 0plics


I laip-O 150 hrr', Cloa HiAh o o'u,d sodr-rl
I 'o' r" r H D.q ldrp n - r plr 'ool. o-dlps oy 16
For 100 walt H.P.s. lamp mu tipy fooicandles by .59
Dashed curves Shorv Lumen Util'ralion (in 9i,)
10 20 30 40 50 60

20' AREA ON ROADWAY WIOTH


FOOTCANDLES
:si lneq or nonowev wrsin
:.s
B 2.r
c 1.4
D .7
E

c .04
H .014
1:
.9

0
t23456 50 70 90 110 r30 r50 170 190
Ralio oi Loigitudinal 0islance to Mounting Height
staggered sprcing-Feet
tS0F0OTcANDLE Diagram and Lumen ut i?alion
ron Pavementl

I Srdsle Lumrnarre R lh Desisn 20 0ptl(s


Larie r0o Watt. DPl,ie Nler.ury
I
Dashed curves show Lumen ulilizaiion (in 9o) SPACING CHAnT-Mounting Heigit 30 reet
t0 20 30 40 50 60 3.5
2

MOUNTINC HEIGHT FT.


ts0F00T- '
CANOTE 30 9 WID.Tl].
LINE
l FOOTCANDTES wloTH :
4.3 3.0 2.2 e2 rloll,
2.9 2.0 1.5
I B
c 1.4 1.0 .1
D .5 .3 '
E .3 ,2 .15

G
.01
.03
,05
.02
.04
.015 ','
H .01 .007 005

,1
123456
Ratio ol tongiludinal 0istance to Mountins lleight
stagse.ed Spacing-Feet
S0FooTCANDLE Diacram and Lumen Ut ization
ran Pavement)

T8 Mccraw Edrson
ls0F00T-
CANOLE
TINE
t;lrol:i
Fl]OTCANOLES

60
50 3.7
c ,i.3 3.0 2.2
E
0 29 2.0 1.5
=4
E 14 1.0
.5
c3 .2 .15

0t2tJ
Falio 0f Longitudinrl 0istance 1d Mounting Height
S0F00ICANDLE Diagram aid Lumen llt zation
(on Pavenrcnl l

Single Luminaire with Desigo 20 0pilcs


Lamp 400 Waii, C ear, Mela Ha de

SPACING CHAnT M0unling HiBhl 30 Feet

400 M.H,

IVOUNTING IlEIGfiT_TT,
.= ts0t00T-
CANI]LE 25 30 35
Lll'lE
FOOTCANDLES

7.2 50 3.7
I 4.3 3.0 2.2
c 2.9 2.0 1.5
E
D 1.4 10 7
E .3 .2
=3
G
.14
0,1
.1
.03
.47
.02
62
H .0r4 01

Ratio Dl Longitudinal Dislance ro Mounting Height


Siaggered Spacing Feet
S0F0oTCANDLE 0 agram and Lumen Llt zaiion
{on Pavementi

Single Luninaire with Design 20 0plics


Lamp 400 Watt, C ear, Niglr Pressurc Sod um

Dashd Curves show Lumen Utirizalion (in %)


tQ 20 30 ,10 50 6C

400 HPS

MOUNTING I{EIEHT FT.


ts0f00T-
CANDLE 30 35 40 9 25" AREA OR ,ROAI},4AY
$tlNTH'
>: T INE
FOOICANI]ILS

70 4.3 3.9
B 5.0 37
c
D
3.0
1.0
2.2
7
1.7
6 5 .. ....''.---.'
E .2 .15 .11
.05 .04 .03
G .42 .015 ,01
Ftr H D1 407
I..

0 Ll
Rali0 0l Longitudinal Distance lo Mounting Heighl
70 !0 110 130 150 170 190 210

IS0F00TCANDLE D agram and Lunen !t zation strggered spacing Feet


r.n Favemenli

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