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TEXAS LoanSTAR PROGRAM GUIDEBOOK VOLUME II

SIMPLIFIED CALCULATION PROCEDURES

Revised: September 2002

PURPOSE OF THIS PUBLICATION


The Texas LoanSTAR Program Guidebook is a two-volume set that provides a road map for engineers who will be preparing Energy Assessment Reports for the LoanSTAR Program. Volume I of the Guidebook identifies policies to be followed in preparing project calculations and the required format for presenting the projects to the State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) for technical evaluation. Volume II provides simplified calculation methods for many common energy savings measures. These calculation methods are reduced to look-up and fill-in-the-blank procedures and are provided as an aid for all analysts who wish to use them. Questions or comments concerning the guidelines or format should be addressed to the State Energy Conservation Office at 512-463-1931.

For Additional Information Contact: Theresa Sifuentes LoanSTAR Program Administrator (512) 463-1896 The State Energy Conservation Office 111 East 17th Street, LBJ State Office Building Austin, Texas 78701 and The State Energy Conservation Office website at www.seco.cpa.state.tx.us for forms and other information

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION I INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................1 A. B. C. SimpCalc Background..........................................................................................................2 QuickCalc Emergence..........................................................................................................2 Spreadsheet Application.......................................................................................................2

SECTION II QUICKCALC CALCULATIONS..................................................................3 A. B. QuickCalc Manual Calculation Forms .................................................................................4 QuickCalc Excel Spreadsheet Calculations..........................................................................5

SECTION III QUICKCALC CALCULATION FORMS ....................................................6 Lighting Exterior Lighting Controls...................................................................................................7 Exterior Lighting Conversion...............................................................................................9 Interior Fixture Relamping/Replacement (Electric Cooling and Heating) .........................11 Interior Fixture Relamping/Replacement (Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) ....................................................................................................................14 Interior Fixture Relamping/Replacement (Gas Cooling and Heating) ...............................17 Interior Lighting Controls (Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) ........................................20 Interior Lighting Controls (Electric Cooling and Heating) ...............................................22 Street/Security Lighting Conversion..................................................................................24 Building Attic/Ceiling Insulation (Electric Cooling and Gas or Electric Heating) ...........................26 Attic/Ceiling Insulation (Electric Cooling and Heating) ....................................................28 Infiltration Reduction (Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) ...............................................30 Infiltration Reduction (Electric Cooling and Heating) ......................................................33 Wall Insulation (Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) .........................................................37 Wall Insulation (Electric Cooling and Heating) ................................................................42 Window Solar Gain Control for Clear, Unshaded Windows (Electric Cooling and Electric or Gas Heating) ......................................................................47 Equipment Conversion to Dedicated Computer Room Cooling Unit (Electric to Electric) ................52 Electric to Gas DHW Heater Conversion..........................................................................54 Electric Efficiency Motor Replacement (Non-airconditioned Space) ...............................56 Programmable Thermostats (Electric Cooling and Electric or Gas Heating) ....................58 TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued)

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Equipment (Cont) Replacement of Low Efficiency DHW Heater Units (Gas to Gas) ...................................60 Replacement of Low Efficiency Gas Heating (Gas to Gas) ..............................................62 Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Converting from Electric Cooling and Gas Heating to Heat Pumps..................................................................64 Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Converting from Electric Cooling and Heating to Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) .....................................67 Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Converting from Electric Cooling and Heating to Gas Cooling and Heating) ..................................................69 Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Converting from Electric Cooling and Heating to Heat Pumps) .......................................................................71 Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Electric Cooling - EER and Gas Heating) ......................................................................................................73 Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Electric Cooling - kW/Ton and Gas Heating) ......................................................................................................75 Timeclock Control of Air Conditioning/Heating Units (Electric Cooling and Electric or Gas Heating) ....................................................................................77 Timeclock Control of Motor Loads (Non-airconditioned Space) .....................................79

SECTION IV QUICKCALC DATA TABLES...................................................................81 Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 Table 5 Table 6 Table 7 Table 8 Table 9 Table 10 Normal Efficiency Range for Cooling Equipment (Full Load) ..................82 Normal Efficiency Range for Heat Pumps.................................................83 Heating System Efficiencies.......................................................................84 Seasonal Cooling and Heating Factors (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings)..............................................85 Seasonal Cooling and Heating Factors (10-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings)..............................................86 Seasonal Cooling and Heating Factors (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings)............................................87 Seasonal Cooling and Heating Factors (10-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings)............................................88 Average Cooling/Heating Temperatures and Cooling/ Heating Hours......................................................................................89 Latitudes of Selected Texas Cities for Use with Table 6............................91 Clear Day Solar Heat Gain Through Vertical Glazing at Various Orientations........................................................................92 Monthly Average Percent of Possible Sunshine in Major Texas Locations...................................................................................94 Typical Shading Coefficients......................................................................95 Electrical Motor Efficiencies......................................................................96 TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued)

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SECTION IV QUICKCALC DATA TABLES (Continued) Table 11 Table 12 Table 13 Table 14 Table 15 Table 16 Hot Water Consumption for Various Occupancies....................................97 Standard Lighting Wattages.......................................................................98 Footcandle (fc) Requirements by Area/Activity.......................................110 Standby Losses for Water Heaters...........................................................123 Equivalent Full Load Cooling Hours (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings) .........................................124 Equivalent Full Load Cooling Hours (10-Month Operating Schedule (August May) for Thermally Heavy Buildings) ..............125 Equivalent Full Load Cooling Hours (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings)............................................126 Equivalent Full Load Cooling Hours (10-Month Operating Schedule for (August May) for Thermally Light Buildings) ..........127 Equivalent Full Load Heating Hours (10- and 12-Month Operating Schedule For Thermally Heavy Buildings)........................128 Equivalent Full Load Heating Hours (10- and 12-Month Operating Schedule For Thermally Light Buildings)..........................129

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SECTION I - INTRODUCTION

A.

SimpCalc Background

A Simplified ECRM Calculation System (SimpCalc) was developed for the LoanSTAR program in the 1980s. This software system was developed and supported through Version 3.0 by Apollo Data but in about 1993 support was terminated. SimpCalc was intended for use on Category II ECRMs and had many good features including automated summary compilations and numerous valuable look-up tables. Some technical analysts continue to use the look-up tables developed for this system, but few continue to use the software. Software disuse has occurred because it is written in a non-listable Basic language, it requires special instructions to make this DOS program work effectively in a Windows environment, and analysts must be aware of certain limitations in the software and how to overcome these limitations to make the system operate in broad applications. B. QuickCalc Emergence

In 1998 the SimpCalc - 3.0 manual was upgraded for the last time. This included an appendix which addressed the issues of operating in a Windows environment and included previously undocumented procedures to produce a valid SimpCalc report. At the same time (1998), it was recognized that the SimpCalc software would soon loose its appeal, but the streamlined approach of using tabularized engineering data for input into simple equations was too beneficial to abandon. Therefore, the calculation procedures embedded in the software were reduced to manual calculation forms for use without the SimpCalc software. At the same time these calculation forms were expanded to include energy savings from conversions that were never included in SimpCalc. These manual calculation procedures were named QuickCalc. With this publication of the Texas LoanSTAR Program Guidebook, the SimpCalc software documentation has been eliminated. Technical Analysts who have the program and wish to continue using it for Energy Assessment Reports may do so. Others are encouraged to use QuickCalc procedures whenever possible for Category II ECRM savings calculations. C. Spreadsheet Application

QuickCalc forms are included in this volume of the Guidebook along with the necessary look-up tables. They may be used for manual calculations. In addition, for those who wish to use them, these calculation forms have been converted to Excel spreadsheets which are available on the SECO website (www.seco.cpa.state.tx.us). This allows the use of computers with manual look-up tables for individual ECRM calculations, but neither the manual nor the spreadsheet application provide summary compilations previously provided in SimpCalc.

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QuickCalc Manual Calculation Forms

This section presents a list of all currently available QuickCalc forms. These forms may be used in conjunction with look-up tables in Section IV of this manual to calculate savings for Category II ECRMs. Available forms include the following: Lighting 1. Exterior Lighting Controls 2. Exterior Lighting Conversion 3. Interior Fixture Relamping/Replacement (Electric Cooling and Heating) 4. Interior Fixture Relamping/Replacement (Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) 5. Interior Fixture Relamping/Replacement (Gas Cooling and Heating) 6. Interior Lighting Controls (Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) 7. Interior Lighting Controls (Electric Cooling and Heating) 8. Street/Security Lighting Conversion Building 9. Attic/Ceiling Insulation (Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) 10. Attic/Ceiling Insulation (Electric Cooling and Heating) 11. Infiltration Reduction (Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) 12. Infiltration Reduction (Electric Cooling and Heating) 13. Wall Insulation (Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) 14. Wall Insulation (Electric Cooling and Heating) 15. Window Solar Gain Control for Clear, Unshaded Windows (Electric Cooling and Electric or Gas Heating) Equipment 16. Conversion to Dedicated Computer Room Cooling Unit (Electric to Electric) 17. Electric to Gas DHW Heater Conversion 18. Electric Efficiency Motor Replacement (Non-airconditioned Space) 19. Programmable Thermostats (Electric Cooling and Electric or Gas Heating) 20. Replacement of Low Efficiency DHW Heater Units (Gas to Gas) 21. Replacement of Low Efficiency Gas Heating (Gas to Gas) 22. Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Converting from Electric Cooling and Gas Heating to Heat Pumps) 23. Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Converting from Electric Cooling and Heating to Electric Cooling and Gas Heating) 24. Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Converting from Electric Cooling and Heating to Gas Cooling and Heating) 25. Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Converting from Electric Cooling and Heating to Heat Pumps) 26. Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Electric Cooling - EER and Gas Heating) 27. Replacement of Low Efficiency HVAC Units (Electric Cooling - kW/Ton and Gas Heating) 28. Timeclock Control of Air Conditioning/Heating Units (Electric Cooling and Electric or

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Gas Heating) 29. Timeclock Control of Motor Loads (Non-airconditioned Space) Use of these forms allows calculation of energy savings, cost savings, and simple payback if installation costs are provided. Caution: Installation costs should include equipment, material, labor, design, contractor bonding, etc. QuickCalc forms in many cases require unit prices which would have to be derived from full mark-up prices. Therefore, many analysts may wish to bypass cost inputs and payback calculations on individual forms if selected ECRMs require use of multiple forms (e.g., HVAC conversions of various types of equipment). Savings can be summed from the individual forms and then divided into a total ECRM implementation cost to derive a simple payback for combined forms. B. QuickCalc Excel Spreadsheet Calculations

To provide further assistance to the LoanSTAR Energy Assessment Report (EAR) analysts, the manual QuickCalc forms have been placed on Excel spreadsheets. The same limitations apply to these spreadsheets as they do to the manual forms. This Excel software automatically calculates the energy savings, cost savings, and simple payback based on user inputs of capacities, quantities, operating hours, efficiencies, and utility rates, and implementation costs. Although these files have been tested for accuracy, it is up to the analyst to verify that specific results are accurate and reasonable.

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SECTION III QUICKCALC CALCULATION FORMS FORMS


This section includes samples of the approved QuickCalc calculation forms which may be used for the purpose of manually compiling the necessary data and performing the calculations required for Category II ECRMs. These forms may be duplicated.

SECTION IV QUICKCALC DATA TABLES


This section includes the data tables that are used in conjunction with the QuickCalc calculation forms which may be used to perform calculations for Category II ECRMs. Below is a list of these tables: Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 Table 5 Table 6 Table 7 Table 8 Table 9 Table 10 Table 11 Table 12 Table 13 Table 14 Table 15 Table 16 Normal Efficiency Range for Cooling Equipment (Full Load) Normal Efficiency Range for Heat Pumps Heating System Efficiencies Seasonal Cooling and Heating Factors (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings Seasonal Cooling and Heating Factors (10-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings) Seasonal Cooling and Heating Factors (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings) Seasonal Cooling and Heating Factors (10-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings) Average Cooling/Heating Temperatures and Cooling/Heating Hours Latitudes of Selected Texas Cities for Use with Table 6 Clear Day Solar Heat Gain Through Vertical Glazing at Various Orientations Monthly Average Percent of Possible Sunshine in Major Texas Locations Typical Shading Coefficients Electrical Motor Efficiencies Hot Water Consumption for Various Occupancies Standard Lighting Wattages Footcandle (fc) Requirements by Area/Activity Standby Losses for Water Heaters Equivalent Full Load Cooling Hours (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings) Equivalent Full Load Cooling Hours (10-Month Operating Schedule (August May) for Thermally Heavy Buildings) Equivalent Full Load Cooling Hours (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings) Equivalent Full Load Cooling Hours (10-Month Operating Schedule for (August May) for Thermally Light Buildings) Equivalent Full Load Heating Hours (10- and 12-Month Operating Schedule For Thermally Heavy Buildings) Equivalent Full Load Heating Hours (10- and 12-Month Operating Schedule For Thermally Light Buildings)

TABLE 1 NORMAL EFFICIENCY RANGE FOR COOLING EQUIPMENT* (FULL LOAD)

SYSTEM Window Units Through-the-Wall Units Dwelling Unit, Central Air-Cooled Central, Group, or Building Cooling Plants 3 to 25 Tons, Air-Cooled 25 to 100 Tons, Air-Cooled 25 to 100 Tons, Water-Cooled Over 100 Tons, Water-Cooled

COMPRESSOR + AUXILIARIES Btuh/Watt kW/Ton (EER) 1.8 - 1.2 1.9 - 1.0 1.8 - 1.1 6.7 - 10.0 6.2 - 11.6 6.5 - 11.2

1.4 - 1.3 1.4 - 1.2 1.1 - 0.75 1.0 - 0.65

8.6 - 9.2 8.6 - 10.0 11.0 - 16.0 12.0 - 18.5

Derived and updated from data in ASHRAE Handbook and Product Directory - 1980 Systems Volume, page 43.10. *Efficiencies are for new equipment. Lower efficiencies relate to equipment now reaching the end of its useful life. Higher efficiencies relate to new replacement equipment. In some cases the efficiency of existing equipment may be lower than values shown. Also, new equpment may be purchased with efficiencies higher than shown. When efficiencies are used outside the values shown, justification should be provided.

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TABLE 2 NORMAL EFFICIENCY RANGE FOR HEAT PUMPS

EQUIPMENT TYPE Air Cooled Below 5 Tons 5 - 10 Tons Above 5 Tons Water Source Below 5 Tons 5 - 10 Tons

HEATING MODE

COOLING MODE

6.6 - 6.8 HSPF 3.0 - 3.2 COP 2.9 - 3.1 COP

9.7 - 10.0 SEER 8.9 - 10.1 EER 8.2 - 9.3 EER

3.8 - 3.8 COP 3.8 - 3.8 COP

9.3 - 11.2 EER 10.5 - 12.0 EER

Groundwater Source Ground Source

3.4 - 3.6 COP 2.9 - 3.1 COP

11.0 - 16.2 EER 12.0 - 13.4 EER

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TABLE 3 HEATING SYSTEM EFFICIENCIES

HEATING PLANT TYPE Gas Furnace Oil-fired Boiler Gas-fired Boiler Steam Converter Electric Resistance Boiler Electric Resistance Strip Heaters Water Loop Heat Pumps Air Source Heat Pumps Water Source Heat Pumps Source:

SEASONAL EFFICIENCY (%) 60 - 80 60 - 70 65 - 80 90 - 95 95 - 100 100 140 - 250 175 - 280 250 - 350

Modified from ENERCALC User's Manual, Department of Architecture, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, July 1989, page A-6.

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TABLE 4 SEASONAL COOLING AND HEATING FACTORS (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings)

LIGHTS CONTROLLED DURING DAYTIME CITY Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco CF 0.54 0.44 0.62 0.53 0.82 0.70 0.64 0.56 0.56 0.66 0.63 0.51 0.60 HF 0.30 0.40 0.22 0.31 0.08 0.14 0.20 0.27 0.28 0.17 0.20 0.32 0.25

LIGHTS CONTROLLED OVER 24-HOUR PERIOD CF 0.43 0.30 0.51 0.42 0.68 0.62 0.55 0.43 0.46 0.53 0.52 0.42 0.49 HF 0.39 0.52 0.30 0.40 0.14 0.18 0.28 0.39 0.36 0.27 0.29 0.39 0.33

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TABLE 4 (CONTINUED) SEASONAL COOLING AND HEATING FACTORS (10-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings)

LIGHTS CONTROLLED DURING DAYTIME CITY Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco CF 0.45 0.34 0.54 0.44 0.78 0.64 0.56 0.52 0.47 0.60 0.55 0.42 0.52 HF 0.36 0.47 0.27 0.37 0.09 0.17 0.24 0.29 0.34 0.21 0.24 0.39 0.29

LIGHTS CONTROLLED OVER 24-HOUR PERIOD CF 0.33 0.21 0.42 0.32 0.62 0.54 0.46 0.39 0.36 0.46 0.43 0.32 0.39 HF 0.47 0.61 0.37 0.48 0.16 0.22 0.34 0.42 0.44 0.32 0.34 0.47 0.40

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TABLE 4 (CONTINUED) SEASONAL COOLING AND HEATING FACTORS (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings)

LIGHTS CONTROLLED DURING DAYTIME CITY Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco CF 0.89 0.81 0.94 0.87 0.99 0.98 0.96 0.93 0.89 0.97 0.95 0.87 0.92 HF 0.07 0.14 0.03 0.08 0.00 0.01 0.02 0.03 0.06 0.01 0.02 0.08 0.04

LIGHTS CONTROLLED OVER 24-HOUR PERIOD CF 0.83 0.71 0.90 0.82 0.98 0.97 0.92 0.84 0.85 0.93 0.91 0.82 0.88 HF 0.12 0.22 0.06 0.12 0.01 0.01 0.04 0.10 0.09 0.04 0.05 0.12 0.07

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TABLE 4 (CONTINUED) SEASONAL COOLING AND HEATING FACTORS (10-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings)

LIGHTS CONTROLLED DURING DAYTIME CITY Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco CF 0.86 0.77 0.93 0.84 0.99 0.98 0.95 0.92 0.88 0.96 0.94 0.85 0.91 HF 0.09 0.16 0.04 0.10 0.00 0.01 0.02 0.04 0.07 0.02 0.02 0.09 0.05

LIGHTS CONTROLLED OVER 24-HOUR PERIOD CF 0.79 0.65 0.87 0.78 0.97 0.97 0.91 0.81 0.82 0.91 0.89 0.79 0.85 HF 0.14 0.26 0.07 0.15 0.00 0.01 0.05 0.12 0.11 0.04 0.06 0.14 0.09

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TABLE 5 AVERAGE COOLING/HEATING TEMPERATURES AND COOLING/HEATING HOURS

6 am to 6 pm, 5 Days/Week Cooling CITY Lubbock Austin Brownsville Fort Worth Houston Temperature Average 82 82 82 83 81 Cooling Hours 705 1,411 1,267 1,203 1,238 Heating Temperature Average 47 53 56 51 55 Heating Hours 1,925 1,042 339 1,470 756

6 am to 6 pm, 6 Days/Week Cooling CITY Lubbock Austin Brownsville Fort Worth Houston Temperature Average 81 81 80 82 80 Cooling Hours 818 1,523 1,492 1,212 1,456 Heating Temperature Average 47 53 57 51 54 Heating Hours 1,985 1,106 354 1,544 790

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TABLE 5 (CONTINUED) AVERAGE COOLING/HEATING TEMPERATURES AND COOLING/HEATING HOURS

6 am to 6 pm, 7 Days/Week Cooling CITY Lubbock Austin Brownsville Fort Worth Houston Temperature Average 81 81 80 82 80 Cooling Hours 931 1,634 1,718 1,221 1,675 Heating Temperature Average 47 53 57 51 54 Heating Hours 2,045 1,169 368 1,617 823

24 Hours/Day, 7 Days/Week Cooling CITY Lubbock Austin Brownsville Fort Worth Houston Temperature Average 81 81 80 82 80 Cooling Hours 2,900 3,073 4,549 3,229 3,336 Heating Temperature Average 46 53 57 51 54 Heating Hours 2,800 1,847 588 2,401 1,470

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TABLE 6 LATITUDES OF SELECTED TEXAS CITIES FOR USE WITH TABLE 6

CITY Amarillo Austin Brownsville Fort Worth Corpus Christi Abilene Houston El Paso San Antonio Sherman Waco

NORTH LATITUDE 35 Deg. - 14' 30 Deg. - 12' 25 Deg. - 54' 32 Deg. - 47' 27 Deg. - 42' 32 Deg. - 25' 29 Deg. - 37' 31 Deg. - 51' 29 Deg. - 23' 33 Deg. - 43' 31 Deg. - 38'

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TABLE 7 CLEAR DAY SOLAR HEAT GAIN THROUGH VERTICAL GLAZING AT VARIOUS ORIENTATIONS (Btu/Sq. Ft. - Day)

28 DEG. NORTH LATITUDE MONTH January February March April May June July August September October November December 168 206 248 306 402 464 416 324 260 214 170 152 NE, NW 192 310 464 658 809 861 808 656 456 311 194 162 E, W 634 816 923 989 1023 1019 1006 961 883 788 625 564 SE, SW 1172 1191 1074 893 758 695 741 862 1029 1143 1151 1151 S 1558 1350 912 492 368 360 372 482 884 1296 1526 1586 HORIZ 1454 1832 2184 2428 2576 2610 2494 2386 2110 1796 1444 1306

32 DEG. NORTH LATITUDE MONTH January February March April May June July August September October November December 152 192 240 302 396 450 408 320 250 200 154 136 NE, NW 166 278 433 636 789 841 789 636 426 280 168 144 E, W 574 772 904 997 1040 1038 1024 968 864 746 567 518 SE, SW 1146 1200 1116 955 823 758 803 920 1067 1151 1125 1128 S 1560 1424 1034 600 422 390 420 582 1000 1364 1528 1574 HORIZ 1288 1688 2084 2390 2582 2634 2558 2352 2014 1654 1280 1136

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TABLE 7 (CONTINUED) CLEAR DAY SOLAR HEAT GAIN THROUGH VERTICAL GLAZING AT VARIOUS ORIENTATIONS (Btu/Sq. Ft. - Day)

36 DEG. NORTH LATITUDE MONTH January February March April May June July August September October November December 136 178 230 298 390 442 402 318 242 186 140 120 NE, NW 147 247 404 615 769 822 768 616 399 250 150 125 E, W 528 722 882 1002 1054 1056 1037 973 842 697 522 463 SE, SW 1123 1197 1153 1016 888 823 867 978 1100 1147 1101 1083 S 1550 1474 1146 720 500 446 492 694 1102 1410 1516 1526 HORIZ 1120 1534 1974 2338 2574 2644 2552 2304 1906 1506 1114 960

Source: Taken from computer studies by M. Steven Baker, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, 1977

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TABLE 8 MONTHLY AVERAGE PERCENT OF POSSIBLE SUNSHINE IN MAJOR TEXAS LOCATIONS

CITY Abilene Amarillo Austin Brownsville Del Rio El Paso Ft. Worth Galveston San Antonio

JAN 64 71 46 44 53 74 56 50 48

FEB 68 71 50 49 55 77 57 50 51

MAR APR MAY 73 75 57 51 61 81 65 55 56 66 75 60 57 63 85 66 61 58 73 75 62 65 60 87 67 69 60

JUN 86 82 72 73 66 87 75 76 69

JUL 83 81 76 78 75 78 78 72 74

AUG 85 81 79 78 80 78 78 71 75

SEP 73 79 70 67 69 80 74 70 69

OCT 71 76 70 70 66 82 70 74 67

NOV 72 76 57 54 58 80 63 62 55

DEC 66 70 49 44 52 73 58 49 49

Source:

Climatic Atlas of the United States

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TABLE 9 TYPICAL SHADING COEFFICIENTS

SHADING DEVICE Venetian Blinds (fully closed) Medium Light Roller Shades (fully closed) Dark, Opaque Light, Opaque Light, Translucent Drapes Semi-Open Weave Average Fabric Transmittance and Reflectance (fully closed) Reflective Polyester Film* Louvered Sunscreens* -23 Louvers/In. -17Louvers/In.

SHADING COEFFICIENT

0.64 0.55

0.59 0.25 0.39

0.55 0.23 to 0.56

0.15 - 0.35 0.18 - 0.51

*See manufacturer's literature for exact values.

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TABLE 10 ELECTRICAL MOTOR EFFICIENCIES

Motor Horsepower 0.75 1.0 1.5 2.0 3.0 5.0 7.5 10.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 60.0 75.0 100.0 125.0 150.0 200.0 250.0 300.0

Manufacturer Composite Efficiencies (%) Standard 72.0 72.0 74.0 77.0 80.5 82.5 84.0 85.0 87.3 88.5 89.5 91.0 91.8 90.2 91.7 92.3 92.4 92.4 93.0 93.6 93.0 93.0 High 77.0 78.5 81.5 81.5 84.1 83.2 86.0 88.0 88.5 89.8 90.6 91.4 92.0 92.1 92.5 93.0 92.8 92.4 93.0 93.6 93.0 93.0 Premium 81.5 81.5 81.5 86.5 87.6 88.0 90.6 90.6 92.0 92.7 93.3 93.3 93.7 93.7 94.5 94.7 95.0 94.5 95.7 95.7 95.7 95.7

Source: GE, Gould, Louis Allis, Reliance, U.S. Motor, Westinghouse, Sterling Electric, Baldour, and Department of the Navy Tech Sheet 83-20.

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TABLE 11 HOT WATER CONSUMPTION FOR VARIOUS OCCUPANCIES

AVERAGE DAY TYPE OF BUILDING Apartment Dwellings SIZE FACTOR No. of Apartments: Up to 20 21 to 50 51 to 75 76 to 100 101 to 200 201 and up Dormitories Hospitals Hotels Motels Men Women Per Bed Single Room with Bath Double Room with Bath No. of Units: Up to 20 21 to 100 101 and up Nursing Homes Office Buildings Restaurants Schools Full Meal Type Drive-in Snack Type Elementary Secondary and High School 20.0 Gal. per unit 14.0 Gal. per unit 10.0 Gal. per unit 18.4 Gal. per bed 1.0 Gal. per person 2.4 Gal. per meal 0.7 Gal. per meal 0.6 Gal. per student 1.8 Gal. per student 42.0 Gal. per apt. 40.0 Gal. per apt. 38.0 Gal. per apt. 37.0 Gal. per apt. 36.0 Gal. per apt. 35.0 Gal. per apt. 13.1 Gal. per man 12.3 Gal. per woman 90.0 Gal. per patient 50.0 Gal. per unit 80.0 Gal. per unit DEMAND

Source: Means Electrical Cost Data, 13 th Annual Edition

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TABLE 12 STANDARD LIGHTING WATTAGES


LAMP CODE CFC11W CFC13W CFC15W CFC15W CFC15W CFC15W CFC16W CFC17W CFS18W CFC18W CFC20W CFC20W CFS23W CFC23W CFC23W CFC25W CFS26W CFC28W CFQ44W CFC7W CFC9W CFD10W CFD13W CFD16W CFD21W CFD28W CFD38W CFD9W CFM13W CFM13W CFM18W CFM18W CFM26W CFM26W CFM32W CFM42W CFM42W CFQ10W CFQ13W CFQ13W CFQ13W CFQ13W CFQ13W CFQ15W CFQ17W CFQ17W CFQ18W CFQ18W CFQ18W CFQ18W CFQ18W CFQ20W CFQ20W CFQ22W CFQ22W CFQ23W CFQ25W CFQ25W CFQ26W CFQ26W CFQ26W CFQ26W CFQ26W Source: Nexant, Inc. Actual LAMP/ WATT/ WATT/ BALLAST FIXT LAMP FIXT Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 8 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 3 11 13 15 15 15 15 16 17 18 18 20 20 44 23 23 25 26 28 44 7 9 10 13 16 21 28 38 9 13 13 18 18 26 26 32 42 42 10 13 13 13 13 13 15 17 17 18 18 18 18 18 20 20 22 22 23 25 25 26 26 26 26 26 11 13 15 30 45 60 16 17 18 18 20 40 44 23 46 25 26 28 44 7 9 16 15 26 26 35 46 12 16 30 20 40 29 51 35 48 314 15 17 15 31 28 48 20 24 48 26 20 45 38 90 23 46 48 72 27 33 66 33 27 66 50 99

DESCRIPTION Compact Fluorescent Fixtures Compact Fluorescent, (1) 11W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1) 13W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1) 15W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (2) 15W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (3) 15W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (4) 15W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1) 16W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1) 17W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1)18W spiral lamp 4-pin, high CRI, electronic ballasted Compact Fluorescent, (1) 18W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1) 20W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (2) 20W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1)23W spiral lamp 4-pin, high CRI, electronic ballasted Compact Fluorescent, (1) 23W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (2) 23W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1) 25W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1)26W spiral lamp 4-pin, high CRI, electronic ballasted Compact Fluorescent, (1) 28W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1)44W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1) 7W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, (1) 9W screw-in lamp, Twin, Quad, Multi, Globe, Capsule, or other Compact Fluorescent, 2D, (1) 10W lamp Compact Fluorescent, 2D, (1) 13W lamp - lockable base Compact Fluorescent, 2D, (1) 16W lamp Compact Fluorescent, 2D, (1) 21W lamp Compact Fluorescent, 2D, (1) 28W lamp Compact Fluorescent, 2D, (1) 38W lamp Compact Fluorescent, 2D, (1) 9W lamp - lockable base Compact Fluorescent, Multi, 4-pin, (1) 13W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Multi, 4-pin, (2) 13W lamps Compact Fluorescent, Multi, 4-pin, (1) 18W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Multi, 4-pin, (2) 18W lamps Compact Fluorescent, Multi, 4-pin, (1) 26W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Multi, 4-pin, (2) 26W lamps Compact Fluorescent, Multi, 4-pin, (1) 42W lamps, Compact Fluorescent, Multi, 4-pin, (1) 42W lamps Compact Fluorescent, Multi, 4-pin, (8) 42W lamps, (4) 2-lamp ballasts Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 10W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 13W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 13W lamp, BF=1.05 Compact Fluorescent, quad, (2) 13W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (2) 13W lamp, BF=1.0 Compact Fluorescent, quad, (3) 13W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 15W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 17W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (2) 17W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 18W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 18W lamp, BF=1.0 Compact Fluorescent, quad, (2) 18W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (2) 18W lamp, BF=1.0 Compact Fluorescent, quad, (4) 18W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 20W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (2) 20W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Quad, (2) 22W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Quad, (3) 22W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Quad, (1) 23W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Quad, (1) 25W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Quad, (2) 25W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 26W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 26W lamp, BF=0.95 Compact Fluorescent, quad, (2) 26W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (2) 26W lamp, BF=0.95 Compact Fluorescent, quad, (3) 26W lamp

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LAMP CODE CFQ26W CFQ28W CFQ28W CFQ28W CFQ42W CFQ9W CFQ9W CFT13W CFT13W CFT13W CFT13W CFT13W CFT18W CFT18W CFT18W CFT22W CFT22W CFT22W CFT24W CFT26W CFT26W CFT26W CFT28W CFT28W CFM32W CFM32W CFM32W CFT36W CFT40W CFT40W CFT40W CFT40W CFT40W CFT40W CFT5W CFT5W CFT5W CFT55W CFT55W CFT55W CFT55W CFT7W CFT7W CFT9W CFT9W CFT9W CFT5W CFT5W CFT6W CFT6W CFT7W CFT7W CFT9W CFT9W F2T1 F6T5 F6T5 F8T5 F8T5 I10 I15 I15 I20 Source: Nexant, Inc. DESCRIPTION Compact Fluorescent, quad, (6) 26W lamp, BF=0.95 Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 28W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (1) 28W lamp Compact Fluorescent, quad, (2) 28W lamps Compact Fluorescent, quad, (8) 42W lamps Compact Fluorescent, Quad, (1) 9W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Quad, (2) 9W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 13W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 13W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 13W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 13W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (3) 13 W lamp Compact Fluorescent, Long twin., (1) 18W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 18W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 18W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 22W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 22W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (4) 22W lamp Compact Fluorescent, long twin, (1) 24W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 26W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 26W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 26W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 28W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 28W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin or multi, (1) 32W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin or multi, (2) 32W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin or multi, (2) 32W lamp Compact Fluorescent, long twin, (1) 36W lamp Compact Fluorescent, long twin, (1) 40W lamp Compact Fluorescent, long twin, (1) 40W lamp Compact Fluorescent, long twin, (2) 40W lamp Compact Fluorescent, long twin, (2) 40W lamp Compact Fluorescent, long twin, (3) 40 W lamp Compact Fluorescent, long twin, (3) 40W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 5W lamp Compact Fluorescent, biaxial, (1) 5W lamp - lockable base Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 5W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 55W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 55W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (3) 55W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (4) 55W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 7W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 7W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (1) 9W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (2) 9W lamp Compact Fluorescent, twin, (3) 9 W lamp EXIT Sign Fixtures EXIT Compact Fluorescent, (1) 5W lamp EXIT Compact Fluorescent, (2) 5W lamp EXIT Compact Fluorescent, (1) 6W lamp EXIT Compact Fluorescent, (2) 6W lamp, (2) ballasts EXIT Compact Fluorescent, (1) 7W lamp EXIT Compact Fluorescent, (2) 7W lamp EXIT Compact Fluorescent, (1) 9W lamp EXIT Compact Fluorescent, (2) 9W lamp EXIT Sub-miniature T-1 Fluorescent, (2) lamps EXIT Miniature Bi-pin Fluorescent, (1) 6 W lamp, (1) ballast EXIT Miniature Bi-pin Fluorescent, (2) 6 W lamps, (2) ballasts EXIT T5 Fluorescent, (1) 8W lamp EXIT T5 Fluorescent, (2) 8W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (2) 10W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (1) 15W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (2) 15W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (1) 20W lamp BALLAST Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Actual LAMP/ WATT/ WATT/ FIXT LAMP FIXT 6 26 150 1 28 33 1 28 31 2 28 60 8 42 305 1 9 14 2 9 23 1 13 17 1 13 15 2 13 31 2 13 28 3 13 48 1 18 24 1 18 20 2 18 38 1 22 27 2 22 54 4 22 108 1 24 32 1 26 32 1 26 27 2 26 51 1 28 33 2 28 66 1 32 34 2 32 62 6 32 186 1 36 51 1 40 46 1 40 43 2 40 85 2 40 72 3 40 133 3 40 105 1 5 9 1 5 8 2 5 18 1 55 60 2 55 110 3 55 170 4 55 220 1 7 10 2 7 21 1 9 12 2 9 23 3 9 34 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 5 5 6 6 7 7 9 9 2? 6 6 8 8 10 15 15 20 9 20 13 26 10 21 12 20 5 9 18 12 24 20 15 30 20

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LAMP CODE I20 I25 I25 I34 I34 I40 I40 I5 I5 I50 6S6 6S6 I7.5 I7.5 LED2W LED2W LED3W F15T8 F15T12 F15T8 F15T12 F24T12/HO F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F20T12 F24T12/HO F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F20T12 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F20T12 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F17T8 F20T12 F20T12 F30T12/ES F30T12/ES F30T12/ES F30T12/ES F25T8 Source: Nexant, Inc. Actual LAMP/ WATT/ WATT/ BALLAST FIXT LAMP FIXT 2 20 40 1 25 25 2 25 50 1 34 34 2 34 68 1 40 40 2 40 80 1 5 5 2 5 10 2 50 100 1 6 6 2 6 12 1 8 8 2 8 15 1 2 6 2 2 9 NA NA 3 Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 6 1 1 1 1 1 15 15 15 15 35 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 20 35 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 20 17 17 17 17 17 20 17 17 17 17 20 20 25 25 25 25 25 19 19 36 36 62 20 17 15 16 14 15 14 17 16 16 17 17 15 24 28 90 33 31 28 29 31 34 28 56 47 49 43 52 41 62 61 55 68 57 112 146 33 26 42 37 26

DESCRIPTION EXIT Incandescent, (2) 20W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (1) 25W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (2) 25W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (1) 34W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (2) 34W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (1) 40W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (2) 40W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (1) 5W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (2) 5W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (2) 50W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (1) 6 W lamp EXIT Incandescent, (2) 6 W lamps EXIT Tungsten, (1) 7.5 W lamp EXIT Tungsten, (2) 7.5 W lamp EXIT Light Emitting Diode, (1) 2W lamp, Single Sided EXIT Light Emitting Diode, (2) 2W lamp, Dual Sided EXIT Light Emitting Diode, 3W Linear Fluorescent Fixtures Fluorescent, (1) 18" T8 lamp Fluorescent, (1) 18" T12 lamp Fluorescent, (2) 18" T8 lamp Fluorescent, (2) 18", T12 lamp Fluorescent, (1) 24", HO lamp Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<.85), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<.85), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<.85), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (1) 24", T8 lamp, Standard Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 24", STD lamp Fluorescent, (2) 24", HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (2) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (2) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<.85), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (2) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (2) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (2) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (2) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (2) 24", STD lamp Fluorescent, (3) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (3) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) Fluorescent, (3) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (3) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (3) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (3) 24", STD lamp Fluorescent, (4) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (4) 24", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (4) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (4) 24", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (4) 24", STD lamp Fluorescent, (6) 24", STD lamp Fluorescent, (1) 36", ES lamp, Tandem wired Fluorescent, (1) 36", ES lamp Fluorescent, (1) 36", ES lamp Fluorescent, (1) 36", ES lamp, Tandem wired Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95)

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LAMP CODE DESCRIPTION F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF: .96-1.1), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<.85), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast TABLE 12 (CONTINUED) F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast STANDARD LIGHTING WATTAGES F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<.85), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) LAMP F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) CODE DESCRIPTION F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F40T12/ES Fluorescent, (1) 48", ES lamp F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F40T12/ES Fluorescent, (1) 48", ES lamp, 2 ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast F40T12/ES Fluorescent, (1) 48", ES lamp, tandem wired, 2-lamp ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F48T12/HO/ES Fluorescent, (1) 48", ES HO lamp F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) F48T12/ES Fluorescent, (1) 48" ES Instant Start lamp. Magnetic ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) 36", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F40T12/ES Fluorescent, (1) 48", T12 ES lamp, Electronic Ballast F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) 36", STD lamp, Tandem wired F32T8/WM Fluorescent (1) 48" reduced wattage T8 lamp, IS - NLO Magnetek Ultra ballast (one leg capped) F36T12/HO Fluorescent, (1) 36", HO lamp F40T12/ES Fluorescent, (1) 48", ES lamp F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) 36", STD lamp F25T12 Fluorescent, (1) 48", F25T12 lamp, Instant Start Ballast F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) 36", STD lamp F25T18 Fluorescent, (1) 48", F25T12 lamp, Instant Start, Tandem 2-Lamp Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) 36", STD lamp, Tandem wired F25T17 Fluorescent, (1) 48", F25T12 lamp, Instant Start, Tandem 3-Lamp Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F30T12/ES Fluorescent, (2) 36", ES lamp F25T17 Fluorescent, (1) 48", F25T12 lamp, Instant Start, Tandem 4-Lamp Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F30T12/ES Fluorescent, (2) 36", ES lamp F32T8/WM Fluorescent, (1) 48" 30W F32T8/WM lamp on two lamp GE IS Ultra ballast (one pole capped) F30T12/ES Fluorescent, (2) 36", ES lamp F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F25T8 Fluorescent, (2) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (2) 36", T-8 lamps, (2) Instant Start Ballasts, RLO (BF<0.85) F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (2) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, IS Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (2) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<.85), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (2) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (2) 36", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, IS Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (2) 36", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (2) 48", 36", T-8 T-8 lamp, lamp, IS Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F32T8 Fluorescent, Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (2) 48", 36", T-8 T-8 lamp, lamp, Instant Rapid Start F32T8 Fluorescent, StartBallast, Ballast,HLO HLO(BF:.96-1.1) (BF:.96-1.1) F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (2) 48", 36", T-8 T-8 lamp, lamp, Instant Rapid Start F32T8 Fluorescent, StartBallast, Ballast,RLO RLO(BF<0.85) (BF<0.85) F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (2) 48", 36", T-8 T-8 lamp lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, VHLO (BF>1.1) F32T8 Fluorescent, F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) (2) 48", 36", T-8 STD lamp F32T8 Fluorescent, lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F36T12/HO Fluorescent, (1) (2) 48", 36", T-8 HO,lamp, lamp Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F32T8 Fluorescent, F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) (2) 48", 36", T-8 STD lamp F32T8 Fluorescent, lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) (2) 48", 36", T-8 STD lamp F32T8 Fluorescent, lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F30T12/ES Fluorescent, (3) 36", ES lamp F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (3) 48", 36", T-8 T-8 lamp, lamp, Rapid Instant Start Ballast,HLO NLO (BF: .85-.95)Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast F32T8 Fluorescent, Start Ballast, (BF:.96-1.1), F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (3) 48", 36", T-8 T-8 lamp, lamp, Rapid Instant Start Ballast,RLO RLO (BF<0.85) Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast F32T8 Fluorescent, Start Ballast, (BF<0.85), F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (3) 48", 36", T-8 T-8 lamp, lamp, Rapid Rapid Start Start Ballast, Ballast, NLO NLO (BF: (BF: .85-.95), .85-.95) Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F32T8 Fluorescent, F25T8 Fluorescent, (3) 36", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F32T8 Fluorescent, (1) 48", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) (3) 48", 36", T-8 STD lamp, (1) STD ballast and (1) ES ballast F32T8 Fluorescent, lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) (3) 48", 36", T-8 STD lampRapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F32T8 Fluorescent, lamp, F30T12/ES Fluorescent,(1) (4)48" 36", ES lamps F32T8 Fluorescent T8 lamp on Very low power (BF=0.74), Prog. RS Sylvania Xtreme Ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (4) 48", 36", STD T-8 lamp, F40T12 Fluorescent, lamp Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (4) 48", 36", STD T-8 lamps, (2) Instant Start2-lamp Ballasts, RLO (BF<0.85) F40T12 Fluorescent, lamp, Tandem wired, ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (4) 48", 36", STD T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F48T12/HO Fluorescent, HO lamp F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (4) 48", 36", STD T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F40T12 Fluorescent, IS lamp, Electronic ballast F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (4) 48", 36", STD T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F40T12 Fluorescent, IS lamp, Electronic ballast, tandem wired F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) (4) 48", 36", STD STD IS lamp F40T12 Fluorescent, lamp F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) (4) 48", 36", STD STD IS lamp F40T12 Fluorescent, lamp, tandem to 2-lamp ballast F30T12 Fluorescent, (1) (4) 48", 36", STD STD lamp lamp F40T12 Fluorescent, F30T12/ES Fluorescent, (1) (2) 48", 36", STD ES lamp F40T12 Fluorescent, lamp, Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast F30T12/ES Fluorescent, (1) (6) 48", 36", STD ES lamp F48T12/VHO Fluorescent, VHO lamp F25T8 Fluorescent, (1) (6) 48", 36", T-10 T-8 lamps, F40T10 Fluorescent, lamp Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F25T8 Fluorescent, (2) (6) 48", 36", T-5 T-8 high-output lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<.85) F54T5 Fluorescent, lamps, BF of 1.00 F30T12 Fluorescent, (2) (6) 48", 36", T-5 STD lamp BF of1.00 F28T5 Fluorescent, lamps, F30T12 Fluorescent, (2) (6) 48", 36", ES STD lamp F40T12/ES Fluorescent, lamp None Fluorescent, (2) (0) 48", 48" lamp, Completely delamped fixture with (1) hot ballast F40T12/ES Fluorescent, ES lamp, 2 ballasts None Fluorescent, (2) (0) 48", 48" lamp, Completely delamped fixture with (2) hot ballast F40T12/ES Fluorescent, ES lamp, 2 Ballasts (delamped) F54T5 Fluorescent, (2) (1) 42", 48", HO T-5 lamp high-output lamp, BF of 1.00 F42T12/HO/ES Fluorescent, (3.5' lamp) F28T5 Fluorescent, (2) (1) 48" 48",ES T-5 lamp, BF oflamp. 1.00 Magnetic ballast F48T12/ES Fluorescent, Instant Start Source: Nexant, Inc. Fluorescent, (2) 48", T12 ES lamps, Electronic Ballast F40T12/ES F32T8/WM Fluorescent (2) 48" reduced watt (30W) T8 lamp, IS - RLO Magnatek Ultra ballast F40T12/ES Fluorescent, (2) 48", ES lamp F25T12 Fluorescent, (2) 48", F25T12 lamp, Instant Start, Tandem 4-Lamp Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F25T12 Fluorescent, (2) 48", F25T12 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) F32T8/WM Fluorescent (2) 48" 30W F32T8/WM lamps on two lamp GE IS Ultra Ballast(BF=.78) VOLUME II Section IV QuickCalc Data Tables F32T8 Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F32T8 Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), (2) ballasts F32T8 Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85), (2) ballasts Source: Nexant, Inc. LAMP/ WATT/ BALLAST FIXT LAMP Electronic 1 25 Electronic 1 25 Electronic 1 25 Electronic 1 25 Electronic 1 25 Electronic 1 25 Electronic 1 25 Electronic 1 25 LAMP/ WATT/ Electronic 1 25 BALLAST FIXT LAMP Electronic 1 25 Mag-ES 1 34 Electronic 1 25 Mag-ES 1 34 Electronic 1 25 Mag-ES 1 34 Electronic 1 25 Mag-STD 1 55 Electronic 1 25 Mag-STD 1 30 Electronic 1 25 Electronic 1 34 Mag-ES 1 30 Electronic 1 30 Mag-STD 1 50 Mag-STD 1 34 Electronic 1 30 Electronic 1 25 Mag-STD 1 30 Electronic 1 25 Mag-STD 1 30 Electronic 1 25 Mag-ES 2 25 Electronic 1 25 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 1 30 Mag-STD 2 25 Electronic 1 32 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 1 32 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 1 32 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 1 32 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 1 32 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 1 32 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 1 32 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 1 32 Electronic 12 25 Electronic 32 Electronic 12 25 Electronic 32 Electronic 12 25 Electronic 32 Electronic 12 25 Mag-ES 32 Mag-ES 30 Electronic 12 32 Mag-STD 12 50 Electronic 32 Electronic 2 30 Electronic 1 32 Mag-STD 12 30 Electronic 32 Mag-STD 13 25 Electronic 32 Electronic 3 25 Electronic 1 32 Electronic 13 25 Electronic 32 Electronic 13 25 Electronic 32 Electronic 3 25 Electronic 1 32 Mag-ES 30 Electronic 13 32 Mag-STD 13 30 Electronic 32 Mag-ES 25 Electronic 14 32 Electronic 14 25 Mag-ES 40 Electronic 14 25 Mag-ES 40 Electronic 14 25 Mag-STD 60 Electronic 14 25 Electronic 39 Electronic 14 25 Electronic 39 Mag-ES 30 Mag-STD 14 39 Electronic 14 30 Mag-STD 39 Mag-STD 14 30 Mag-STD 40 Mag-ES 25 Mag-STD 16 40 Mag-STD 16 30 Mag-STD 110 Electronic 16 25 Mag-STD 40 Electronic 26 25 Electronic 54 Mag-ES 30 Electronic 26 28 Mag-STD 26 30 Mag-ES 34 Mag-ES 0 Mag-ES 21 34 Mag-ES 0 Mag-ES 21 34 Electronic 21 54 Mag-STD 55 Electronic 21 28 Mag-STD 30 Electronic 2 34 Electronic 2 30 Mag-STD 2 34 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 2 25 Electronic 2 30 Electronic 2 32 Electronic 2 32 Electronic 2 32 Actual WATT/ FIXT 23 24 23 22 22 22 22 Actual 28 WATT/ 27 FIXT 24 43 23 43 24 36 22 80 26 51 23 32 37 28 70 48 31 25 46 19 41 20 66 20 50 25 73 31 46 30 54 33 44 26 43 30 48 31 46 26 46 28 45 26 50 36 42 27 70 35 74 32 114 30 58 35 81 27 115 31 67 33 66 25 72 30 62 26 120 39 127 27 132 28 87 50 92 43 86 85 89 46 84 37 148 60 116 52 162 55 198 48 219 135 134 51 134 117 222 63 243 72 864 768 59 135 33 82 60 45 82 40 39 45 101 59 62 51

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DESCRIPTION Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, 12 VHLO (BF>1.1) TABLE (CONTINUED) Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp STANDARD LIGHTING WATTAGES Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, 2 Rapid Start Ballasts, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (2) 48", T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast DESCRIPTION Fluorescent, (2) Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast (4) 48", T-8 lamp, Rapid InstantStart StartBallast, Ballast,RLO NLO(BF<0.85), (BF: .85-.95), (2) ballast Fluorescent, (2) (4) 48", T-8 lamp, Rapid InstantStart StartBallast, Ballast,HLO HLO(BF:.96-1.1) (BF:.96-1.1) Fluorescent, (2) Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) (4) 48", T-8 lamp, lamps, (2) Instant Start Ballasts, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (2) (4) 48", T-8 lamp, Rapid InstantStart StartBallast, Ballast,VHLO VHLO(BF>1.1) (BF>1.1) Fluorescent T8 lamp on Instant Very Low Power(BF =.74)(BF<0.85) Prog. RS Sylvania Xtreme Ballast Fluorescent,(2) (4)48" 48", T-8 lamp, Start Ballast, RLO Fluorescent, (2) lamp (4) 48", STD T-8 lamp Fluorescent, (2) lamp,Rapid 2 ballasts (4) 48", STD T-8 lamp, Start(delamped) Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (2) HO lamp (4) 48", STD T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), (2) ballast Fluorescent, (2) IS lamp, Electronic ballast (4) 48", STD T-8 lamp, Rapid Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (2)48" 48", STD IS on lamp Fluorescent (4) T8 lamp Very Low Power(BF =.74) Prog. RS Sylvania Xtreme Ballast Fluorescent, (2) (4) 48", STD lamp Fluorescent, (2) lamp (4) 48", STD VHO HO lamp Fluorescent, (3) high-output lamps, BF of 1.00 (4) 48", T-5 STD IS lamp, Electronic ballast Fluorescent, (3) lamps, (4) 48", T-5 STD lamp BF of1.00 Fluorescent, (3) lamp (4) 48", ES STD VHO lamp Fluorescent, (3) wired, 2-lamp ballasts (5) 48", ES T-8 lamp, lamp, tandem (1) 3-lamp IS ballast and (1) 2-lamp IS ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (3) lamp (3.5' lamp) (6) 42", 48", HO ES lamp Fluorescent, (3) (6) 48" 48",ES ESInstant lamp Start lamp. Magnetic ballast Fluorescent, (3) ES lamps, Electronic Ballast (6) 48", T12 ES lamp Fluorescent reduced watt (30W) T8 lamp; IS NLO - RLO Magnetek Ultra ballast Fluorescent,(3) (6)48" 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (3) (6) 48", ES T-8 lamp lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF< .85), (2) ballasts Fluorescent, (3) wired, 2-lampRLO ballasts (6) 48", ES T-8 lamp, lamp, tandem Instant Start Ballast, (BF< .85) Fluorescent, (3) lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) (6) 48", F25T12 T-8 lamp, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent 30W F32T8/WM lamps on two lamp GE IS Ultra Ballast (BF=.78) Fluorescent,(3) (6)48" 48", STD lamp Fluorescent, (3) lamp, (6) 48", T-8 STD lamp Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (3) lamp, (6) 48", T-8 STD lamp Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), (2) ballast Fluorescent, (3) lamp, (2) Instant Start Ballasts, RLO (BF<0.85) (8) 48", T-8 ES lamp Fluorescent, (3) lamp, tandem-wired 2 lamp ballasts, RLO (BF<0.85) (8) 48", T-8 ES lamp Fluorescent, (3) (8) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO NLO (BF:.96-1.1) (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (3) (8) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) (BF: .85-.95), (2) ballast Fluorescent, (3) (BF>1.1) (8) 48", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, VHLO RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (3) lamp (8) 48", T-8 STD lamp Fluorescent, (3) lamp, (8) 48", T-8 STD lampRapid Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (3) (1) 48", 60", T-8 lamp, Rapid InstantStart StartBallast, Ballast,NLO NLO(BF: (BF:.85-.95), .85-.95) (2) ballast Fluorescent, (3) (1) 48", 60", T-8 lamp, Rapid InstantStart StartBallast, Ballast,HLO NLO(BF:.96-1.1) (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (3) (1) 48", 60", T-8 lamp, Rapid InstantStart StartBallast, Ballast,RLO NLO(BF<0.85) (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 3 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent T8 lamp on Instant Very Low Power(BF =.74)(BF: Prog. RS Sylvania Xtreme Ballast Fluorescent,(3) (1)48" 60", T-8 lamp, Start Ballast, NLO .85-.95), Tandem 4 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (3) lamp Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) (1) 48", 60", STD T-8 lamp, Fluorescent, (3) lamp (1) 48", 60", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (3) lamp, (1) 48", 60", STD IS HO lampElectronic ballast Fluorescent, (3) (1) 48", 60", STD lamp HO lamp Fluorescent, (3) lamp (1) 48", 60", STD VHO HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) high-output lamps, BF of 1.00 (1) 48", 60", T-5 STD lamp Fluorescent, (4) lamps, (1) 48", 60", T-5 STD lamp BF of 1.00 Fluorescent, (4) lamp (1) 48", 60", ES VHO ES lamp Fluorescent, (4) Ballasts (1 delamped) (2) 48", 60", ES T-8 lamp, lamp, 3 Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (4) Ballasts (2 delamped) (2) 48", 60", ES T-8 lamp, lamp, 4 Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (4) lamp (2) 48", 60", ES T-8 HO lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) Fluorescent, (4) Start lamp. ballast (2) 48" 60",ES T-8Instant lamp, Instant StartMagnetic Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (4) lamps, (2) 48", 60", T12 STDES HO lamp Electronic Ballast Fluorescent reduced watt (30W) T8 lamp; IS - RLO Magnetek Ultra ballast Fluorescent,(4) (2)48" 60", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) lamp (2) 48", 60", ES STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) ES lamp (2) 48", 60", VHO STD lamp Fluorescent, (4) lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) (2) 48", 60", F25T12 STD lamp Fluorescent 30W F32T8/WM Fluorescent,(4) (2)48" 60", VHO ES lamp lamps on two lamp GE IS Ultra Ballast (BF=.78) Fluorescent, (4) (3) 48", 60", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (3) 60", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) F40T8 Fluorescent, (4) 60", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) F40T8 Fluorescent, (4) 60", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) F72T12 Fluorescent, (1) 72", STD lamp, IS electronic ballast F72T12/HO Fluorescent, (1) 72", STD HO lamp F72T12 Fluorescent, 72", STD lamp VOLUME II Section IV (1) QuickCalc Data Tables F72T12/VHO Fluorescent, (1) 72", VHO lamp F72T12 Fluorescent, (2) 72", STD lamp, IS electronic ballast F72T12 Fluorescent, (2) 72", STD lamp Source: Nexant, Inc. LAMP CODE F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 LAMP F32T8 CODE F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F40T12 F32T8 F40T12 F32T8 F48T12/HO F32T8 F40T12 F32T8 F40T12 F32T8 F40T12 F48T12/VHO F48T12/HO F54T5 F40T12 F28T5 F40T12 F40T12/ES F48T12/VHO F40T12/ES F32T8 F42T12/HO/ES F40T12/ES F48T12/ES F40T12/ES F40T12/ES F32T8/WM F32T8 F40T12/ES F32T8 F40T12/ES F32T8 F25T12 F32T8 F32T8/WM F40T12 F32T8 F40T12 F32T8 F40T12 F32T8 F40T12/ES F32T8 F40T12/ES F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F32T8 F40T12 F32T8 F40T12 F32T8 F40T8 F32T8 F40T8 F32T8 F40T8 F32T8 F40T8 F40T12 F40T8 F48T12/HO F60T12 F40T12 F60T12/HO F40T12 F60T12/HO F48T12/VHO F60T12/HO F54T5 F60T12 F28T5 F60T12 F40T12/ES F60T12/VHO F40T12/ES F40T8 F40T12/ES F40T8 F48T12/HO/ES F40T8 F48T12/ES F40T8 F40T12/ES F60T12/HO F32T8/WM F60T12/HO F40T12/ES F60T12/HO F48T12/VHO/ES F60T12 F25T12 F60T12 F32T8/WM F60T12/VHO F32T8 F40T8 Source:F40T8 Nexant, Inc. BALLAST Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Electronic Electronic Electronic BALLAST Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-STD Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Mag-ES Electronic Mag-ES Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-STD Mag-ES Electronic Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-ES Actual LAMP/ WATT/ WATT/ FIXT LAMP FIXT 2 32 56 2 32 51 2 32 65 2 32 52 2 32 79 2 32 71 2 32 60 Actual 2 32 64 LAMP/ WATT/ WATT/ 2 32 59 FIXT LAMP FIXT 2 32 53 4 118 2 32 70 4 130 2 32 54 4 104 2 32 85 4 158 2 32 49 4 102 2 40 86 4 32 142 2 40 90 4 32 118 2 60 145 4 32 120 2 39 74 4 32 105 2 39 103 4 32 94 2 40 96 4 172 2 110 242 4 60 290 3 54 176 4 39 148 3 28 96 4 40 192 3 34 115 4 110 484 3 34 108 5 32 148 3 55 215 6 34 216 3 30 133 6 34 186 3 34 92 6 234 3 30 66 6 32 175 3 34 130 6 32 156 3 34 123 6 32 156 3 25 60 6 32 182 3 30 66 6 40 258 3 32 89 6 40 218 3 32 90 6 40 276 3 32 83 8 34 288 3 32 83 8 34 328 3 32 93 8 224 3 32 78 8 204 3 32 112 8 204 3 32 110 8 40 344 3 32 93 8 40 384 3 32 92 1 40 36 3 32 98 1 40 36 3 32 76 1 40 35 3 32 72 1 40 34 3 40 140 1 43 3 60 230 1 50 63 3 39 120 1 75 88 3 40 151 1 75 69 3 110 377 1 75 92 4 54 234 1 50 44 4 28 126 1 50 63 4 34 144 1 135 165 4 34 148 2 40 72 4 34 152 2 40 67 4 55 270 2 40 80 4 30 164 2 40 73 4 34 120 2 75 176 4 30 88 2 75 138 4 34 164 2 75 168 4 0 420 2 50 88 4 25 80 2 50 128 4 30 89 2 135 310 4 32 112 3 40 106 3 40 108 4 40 134 4 40 126 1 55 68 1 85 120 1 55 76 102 1 160 180 2 55 108 2 55 122

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LAMP CODE F72T12/HO F72T12/HO F72T12/HO F72T12 F72T12 F72T12/VHO F72T12 F72T12 F72T12 F72T12 F72T12/HO F72T12 F96T12/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/VHO/ES F96T8 F96T8 F96T8 F96T8 F96T8 F96T8 F96T8/HO F96T12 F96T12 F96T17 F96T12/HO F96T12 F96T12 F96T12 F96T12 F96T12/VHO F96T12/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/VHO/ES F96T8 F96T8 F96T8 F96T8/HO F96T12 F96T12/HO F96T12/HO F96T12/HO F96T12 F96T12 F96T12/VHO F96T12/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/VHO/ES F96T8 F96T12 F96T12/HO F96T12/HO F96T12 Source: Nexant, Inc. DESCRIPTION Fluorescent, (2) 72", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 72", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 72", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 72", STD lamp Fluorescent, (2) 72", STD lamp Fluorescent, (2) 72", VHO lamp Fluorescent, (3) 72", STD lamp, IS electronic ballast Fluorescent, (3) 72", STD lamp Fluorescent, (4) 72", STD lamp, IS electronic ballast Fluorescent, (4) 72", STD lamp Fluorescent, (4) 72", HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 72", STD lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", ES lamp, tandem to 2-lamp ballast Fluorescent, (1) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", ES lamp, Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", ES lamp, tandem to 2-lamp ballast Fluorescent, (1) 96", ES VHO lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (1) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<.85), Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, HLO (BF:.96-1.1) Fluorescent, (1) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (1) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, VHLO (BF>1.1) Fluorescent, (1) 96", T8 HO lamp, tandem wired to 2-lamp ballast Fluorescent, (1) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", STD lamp, tandem to 2-lamp ballast Fluorescent, (1) 96", T17 Power Groove or equivalent lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", STD lamp, Tandem 2 Lamp Ballast Fluorescent, (1) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (1) 96", STD lamp, tandem to 2-lamp ballast Fluorescent, (1) 96", STD VHO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", ES VHO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (2) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (2) 96", T-8 lamps, Instant Start Ballast, VHLO (BF>1.1) Fluorescent, (2) 96", T8 HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (2) 96", STD VHO lamp Fluorescent, (3) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (3) 96", ES HO lamp, (1) 2-lamp ES Ballast, (1) 1-lamp STD Ballast Fluorescent, (3) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (3) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (3) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (3) 96", ES VHO lamp Fluorescent, (3) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (3) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (3) 96", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (3) 96", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (3) 96", STD lamp BALLAST Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-ES Mag-ES Mag-STD Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Mag-ES Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-ES
Mag-ES/STD

Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Mag-ES Mag-ES Mag-STD Electronic

Actual LAMP/ WATT/ WATT/ FIXT LAMP FIXT 2 85 194 2 85 167 2 85 220 2 55 108 2 55 122 2 160 330 3 55 176 3 55 202 4 55 216 4 55 244 4 85 388 4 56 244 1 60 62 1 95 80 1 95 121 1 60 69 1 60 55 1 60 75 1 60 64 1 185 205 1 59 58 1 59 55 1 59 49 1 59 68 1 59 57 1 59 71 1 86 80 1 75 90 1 75 79 1 215 235 1 110 153 1 75 84 1 75 68 1 75 98 1 75 90 1 215 232 2 60 123 2 95 207 2 95 173 2 95 227 2 60 110 2 60 128 2 195 380 2 59 109 2 59 98 2 59 149 2 86 160 2 75 158 2 110 237 2 110 204 2 110 257 2 75 136 4 75 160 2 215 440 3 60 198 3 95 319 3 95 380 3 60 179 3 60 203 3 185 585 3 59 167 3 75 264 3 110 381 3 110 410 3 75 220

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LAMP CODE F96T12/VHO F96T12/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/ES F96T12/VHO/ES F96T8 F96T8 F96T8/HO F96T12 F96T12/HO F96T12/HO F96T12/HO F96T12 F96T12/VHO F96T12/ES F96T12/HO/ES F96T8 F96T12 F96T12 F96T12/HO/ES F96T12/HO FC12T9 FC12T9 FC16T9 FC6T9 FC8T9 FC12T9 FC16T9 FC6T9 FC8T9 FC8T9 FU40T12/ES FU40T12/ES FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU40T12 FU40T12 FU40T12/ES FU40T12/ES FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU40T12 FU40T12 FU40T12/ES FU31T8/6 FU31T8/6 FU40T12 H100 H150 H150 H250 H300 Source: Nexant, Inc. DESCRIPTION Fluorescent, (3) 96", STD VHO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", ES VHO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (4) 96", T-8 lamps, (2) Instant Start Ballasts, VHLO (BF>1.1) Fluorescent, (4) 96", T8 HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", STD HO lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (4) 96", STD VHO lamp Fluorescent, (6) 96", ES lamp Fluorescent, (6) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (6) 96", T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, NLO (BF: .85-.95) Fluorescent, (6) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (6) 96", STD lamp Fluorescent, (8) 96", ES HO lamp Fluorescent, (8) 96", STD HO lamp Circline Fluorescent Fixtures Fluorescent, (1) 12" circular lamp, RS ballast Fluorescent, (2) 12" circular lamp, RS ballast Fluorescent, (1) 16" circular lamp Fluorescent, Circlite, (1) 20W lamp, Preheat ballast Fluorescent, Circlite, (1) 22W lamp, preheat ballast Fluorescent, Circline, (1) 32W lamp, preheat ballast Fluorescent, Circline, (1) 32W lamp, preheat ballast Fluorescent, (1) 6" circular lamp, RS ballast Fluorescent, (1) 8" circular lamp, RS ballast Fluorescent, (2) 8" circular lamp, RS ballast U-Tube Fluorescent Fixtures Fluorescent, (1) U-Tube, ES lamp Fluorescent, (1) U-Tube, ES Lamp Fluorescent, (1) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, Instant Start ballast Fluorescent, (1) U-Tube, T-8 lamp Fluorescent, (1) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (1) U-Tube, STD lamp Fluorescent, (1) U-Tube, ES Lamp Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, ES lamp Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, ES lamp Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, tandem wired Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast, RLO, tandem wired Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, Instant Start HLO Ballast Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, Instant Start RLO Ballast Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, T-8 lamp Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, Tandem 4 lamp ballast Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, RLO (BF<0.85) Fluorescent, (2) U-Tube, STD lamp Fluorescent, (1) U-Tube, STD lamp, STD Mag Ballast Fluorescent, (3) U-Tube, ES lamp Fluorescent, (3) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, Instant Start Ballast Fluorescent, (3) U-Tube, T-8 lamp, Instant Start RLO Ballast Fluorescent, (3) U-Tube, STD lamp Halogen Incandescent Fixtures Halogen Incandescent, (1) 100W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 150W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (2) 150W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 250W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 300W lamp BALLAST Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Mag-ES Electronic Mag-STD Electronic Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-STD Electronic Mag-ES Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Mag-STD Mag-ES Mag-STD Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Mag-STD Mag-ES Electronic Electronic Mag-ES Actual LAMP/ WATT/ WATT/ FIXT LAMP FIXT 3 215 672 4 60 246 4 95 414 4 95 346 4 95 454 4 60 220 4 60 256 4 185 760 4 59 219 4 59 298 4 86 320 4 75 316 4 110 474 4 110 408 4 110 514 4 75 272 4 215 880 6 60 369 6 95 721 6 59 328 6 75 474 6 75 540 8 95 828 8 110 1028 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 1 1 2 1 1 32 32 40 20 22 32 32 20 22 22 35 34 32 32 31 40 40 35 35 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 31 40 40 35 32 32 40 100 150 150 250 300 31 62 35 20 20 40 42 25 26 52 43 48 31 32 27 50 55 72 82 59 56 51 65 52 60 59 54 86 90 115 89 78 140 100 150 300 250 300

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TABLE 12 (CONTINUED) STANDARD LIGHTING WATTAGES


LAMP CODE H35 H42 H45 H45 H50 H50 H500 H52 H55 H55 H60 H72 H75 H75 H90 H90 H50/LV HPS100 HPS1000 HPS150 HPS200 HPS250 HPS310 HPS35 HPS360 HPS400 HPS50 HPS70 I100 I100 I100 I100 I100 I1000 I100/ES I100/ES/LL I110 I116 I120 I120 I125 I130 I135 I135 I15 I15 I150 I150 I1500 I150/ES I150/ES/LL I160 I170 I20 I20 I200 I2000 I200/LL I25 I25 I25 I25 Source: Nexant, Inc. DESCRIPTION Halogen Incandescent, (1) 35W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 42W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 45W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (2) 45W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 50W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (2) 50W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 500W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 52W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 55W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (2) 55W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 60W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 72W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 75W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (2) 75W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (1) 90W lamp Halogen Incandescent, (2) 90W lamp Halogen, (1) Low Voltage MR16 lamp High Pressure Sodium Fixtures High Pressure Sodium, (1) 100W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 1000W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 150W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 200W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 250W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 310W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 35W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 360W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 400W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 50W lamp High Pressure Sodium, (1) 70W lamp Standard Incandescent Fixtures Incandescent, (1) 100W lamp Incandescent, (2) 100W lamp Incandescent, (3) 100W lamp Incandescent, (4) 100W lamp Incandescent, (5) 100W lamp Incandescent, (1) 1000W lamp Incandescent, (1) 100W ES lamp Incandescent, (1) 100W ES/LL lamp Incandescent, (1) 110W lamp Incandescent, (1) 116W lamp Incandescent, (1) 120W lamp Incandescent, (2) 120W lamp Incandescent, (1) 125W lamp Incandescent, (1) 130W lamp Incandescent, (1) 135W lamp Incandescent, (2) 135W lamp Incandescent, (1) 15W lamp Incandescent, (2) 15W lamp Incandescent, (1) 150W lamp Incandescent, (2) 150W lamp Incandescent, (1) 1500W lamp Incandescent, (1) 150W ES lamp Incandescent, (1) 150W ES/LL lamp Incandescent, (1) 160W lamp Incandescent, (1) 170W lamp Incandescent, (1) 20W lamp Incandescent, (2) 20W lamp Incandescent, (2) 200W lamp Incandescent, (1) 2000W lamp Incandescent, (1) 200W LL lamp Incandescent, (1) 25W lamp Incandescent, (2) 25W lamp Incandescent, (4) 25W lamp Incandescent, (6) 25W lamps LAMP/ WATT/ BALLAST FIXT LAMP 1 35 1 42 1 45 2 45 1 50 2 50 1 500 1 52 1 55 2 55 1 60 1 72 1 75 2 75 1 90 2 90 1 50 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 4 6 100 1000 150 200 250 310 35 360 400 50 70 100 100 100 100 100 1000 90 90 110 116 120 120 125 130 135 135 15 15 150 150 1500 135 135 160 170 20 20 200 2000 200 25 25 25 25 Actual WATT/ FIXT 35 42 45 90 50 100 500 52 55 110 60 72 75 150 90 180 60 138 1100 188 250 295 365 46 414 465 66 95 100 200 300 400 500 1000 90 90 110 116 120 240 125 130 135 270 15 30 150 300 1500 135 135 160 170 20 40 400 2000 200 25 50 100 150

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LAMP CODE I250 I30 I300 I300 I34 I34 I36 I40 I40 I400 I40/ES I40/ES/LL I42 I448 I45 I50 I50 I500 I52 I52 I54 I54 I55 I55 I60 I60 I60 I60 I60 I60/ES I60/ES/LL I60/ES/LL I65 I65 I67 I67 I67 I69 I7.5 I7.5 I72 I75 I75 I75 I75 I750 I75/ES I75/ES/LL I80 I85 I90 I90 I93 I95 I95 IND/85W DESCRIPTION Incandescent, (1) 250W lamp Incandescent, (1) 30W lamp Incandescent, (1) 300W lamp Incandescent, (4) 300W lamps Incandescent, (1) 34W lamp Incandescent, (2) 34W lamp Incandescent, (1) 36W lamp Incandescent, (1) 40W lamp Incandescent, (2) 40W lamp Incandescent, (1) 400W lamp Incandescent, (1) 40W ES lamp Incandescent, (1) 40W ES/LL lamp Incandescent, (1) 42W lamp Incandescent, (1) 448W lamp Incandescent, (1) 45W lamp Incandescent, (1) 50W lamp Incandescent, (2) 50W lamp Incandescent, (1) 500W lamp Incandescent, (1) 52W lamp Incandescent, (2) 52W lamp Incandescent, (1) 54W lamp Incandescent, (2) 54W lamp Incandescent, (1) 55W lamp Incandescent, (2) 55W lamp Incandescent, (1) 60W lamp Incandescent, (2) 60W lamp Incandescent, (3) 60W lamp Incandescent, (4) 60W lamp Incandescent, (5) 60W lamp Incandescent, (1) 60W ES lamp Incandescent, (1) 60W ES/LL lamp Incandescent, (2) 60W ES/LL lamp Incandescent, (1) 65W lamp Incandescent, (2) 65W lamp Incandescent, (1) 67W lamp Incandescent, (2) 67W lamp Incandescent, (3) 67W lamp Incandescent, (1) 69W lamp Tungsten exit light, (1) 7.5 W lamp, used in night light application Tungsten exit light, (2) 7.5 W lamp, used in night light application Incandescent, (1) 72W lamp Incandescent, (1) 75W lamp Incandescent, (2) 75W lamp Incandescent, (3) 75W lamp Incandescent, (4) 75W lamp Incandescent, (1) 750W lamp Incandescent, (1) 75W ES lamp Incandescent, (1) 75W ES/LL lamp Incandescent, (1) 80W lamp Incandescent, (1) 85W lamp Incandescent, (1) 90W lamp Incandescent, (3) 90W lamp Incandescent, (1) 93W lamp Incandescent, (1) 95W lamp Incandescent, (2) 95W lamps Induction Lamps Induction, (1) 85W lamp LED Traffic Signal Fixtures LAMP/ WATT/ BALLAST FIXT LAMP 1 250 1 30 1 300 4 300 1 34 2 34 1 36 1 40 2 40 1 400 1 34 1 34 1 42 1 448 1 45 1 50 2 50 1 500 1 52 2 52 1 54 2 54 1 55 2 55 1 60 2 60 3 60 4 60 5 60 1 52 1 52 2 52 1 65 2 65 1 67 2 67 3 67 1 69 1 8 2 8 1 72 1 75 2 75 3 75 4 75 1 750 1 67 1 67 1 80 1 85 1 90 3 90 1 93 1 95 2 95 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 85 5 17 10 15 9 32 Actual WATT/ FIXT 250 30 300 1200 34 68 36 40 80 400 34 34 42 448 45 50 100 500 52 104 54 108 55 110 60 120 180 240 300 52 52 104 65 130 67 134 201 69 8 15 72 75 150 225 300 750 67 67 80 85 90 270 93 95 190 85 5 17 10 15 9 32

LED 12" Green Arrow LED Traffic Signal Light, 12" Green Arrow LED 12" Green Ball LED Traffic Signal Light, 12" Green Ball LED 12" Red Arrow LED Traffic Signal Light, 12" Red Arrow LED 12" Red Ball LED Traffic Signal Light, 12" Red Ball LED 12" Yellow Arrow LED Traffic Signal Light, 12" Yellow Arrow LED 12" Yellow Ball LED Traffic Signal Light, 12" Yellow Ball Source: Nexant, Inc.

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TABLE 12 (CONTINUED) STANDARD LIGHTING WATTAGES LAMP CODE LED 8" Green Ball LED 8" Red Ball LED 8" Yellow Ball LED Ped Hand MH100 MH1000 MH150 MH1500 MH175 MH200 MH250 MH250 MH32 MH320 MH350 MH360 MH400 MH400 MH450 MH50 MH70 MH750 MV100 MV1000 MV160-SB MV175 MV250 MV40 MV400 MV400 MV50 MV700 MV75 None Source: Nexant, Inc. Actual LAMP/ WATT/ WATT/ BALLAST FIXT LAMP FIXT 1 8 8 1 10 10 1 16 16 1 10 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 0 100 1000 150 1500 175 200 250 250 32 320 350 360 400 400 450 50 70 750 100 1000 160 175 250 40 400 400 50 700 75 0 128 1080 190 1610 215 232 295 288 43 357 380 418 458 916 485 72 95 850 125 1075 160 205 290 50 455 910 74 780 93 0

DESCRIPTION LED Traffic Signal Light, 8" Green Ball LED Traffic Signal Light, 8" Red Ball LED Traffic Signal Light, 8" Yellow Ball LED Traffic Signal Light, Pedestrian Head - Hand Metal Halide Fixtures Metal Halide, (1) 100W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 1000W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 150W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 1500W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 175W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 200W lamp, "Pulse Start" Metal Halide, (1) 250W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 250W lamp, "Pulse Start" Metal Halide, (1) 32W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 320W lamp, "Pulse Start" Metal Halide, (1) 350W "Pulse Start" Metal Halide, (1) 360W lamp, energy saving Metal Halide, (1) 400W lamp Metal Halide, (2) 400W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 450W "Pulse Start" Metal Halide, (1) 50W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 70W lamp Metal Halide, (1) 750W lamp Mercury Vapor Fixtures Mercury Vapor, (1) 100W lamp Mercury Vapor, (1) 1000W lamp Mercury Vapor, Self-Ballasted, (1) 160W self-ballasted lamp Mercury Vapor, (1) 175W lamp Mercury Vapor, (1) 250W lamp Mercury Vapor, (1) 40W lamp Mercury Vapor, (1) 400W lamp Mercury Vapor, (2) 400W lamp Mercury Vapor, (1) 50W lamp Mercury Vapor, (1) 700W lamp Mercury Vapor, (1) 75W lamp Removed Fixture Fixture completely removed from service

Magnetic

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TABLE 13 FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Commercial, Institutional, Residential, and Public Assembly Interiors

Area/Activity Auditoriums Assembly Social Assembly Conference Rooms Conferring Critical Seeing (refer to Individual Task)

Footcandles 15 7.5

Area/Activity Sports Facilities (see Sports and Recreational Areas Group) Cafeterias (see Food Service Facilities) Dormitories (see Residences)

Footcandles

30

Elevators (Freight and Passenger) Exhibition Halls

15 15 15

Court Rooms Seating Area Court Activity Area Drafting Mylar High Contrast Media; India Ink, Plastic Leads, Soft Graphic Leads Low Contrast Media; Hard Graphite Leads Vellum High Contrast Low Contrast Tracing Paper High Contrast Low Contrast Light Table Prints Blue Line Blueprints Sepia Prints Educational Facilities Classrooms General (see Reading) Drafting (see Drafting) Home Economics (see Residences) Science Laboratories Lecture Rooms Audience (see Reading) Demonstration Music Rooms (see Reading) Shops (see Shops in Industrial Group) Sight Saving Rooms Study Halls (see Reading) Typing (see Reading) 150 150 75 75 75 150 75 150 15 Graphic Design and Material Color Selection Charting and Mapping Graphs Keylining Layout and Artwork Photographs (Moderate Detail) Health Care Facilities Ambulance (Local) Anesthetizing Autopsy and Morgue Autopsy (General) Autopsy (Table) Morgue (General) Museum Cardiac Function Lab Central Sterile Supply Inspection (General) Inspection At Sinks Work Areas (General) Processed Storage 75 150 75 30 30 75 300 30 75 75 75 75 150 150 75 150 150 75 75 150 Gasoline Stations (See Service Stations) 75 150 15 75 Food Service Facilities Dining Areas Cashier Cleaning Dining Food Displays (see Merchandising Spaces) Kitchen 75 30 15 7.5 Fire Halls (see Municipal Buildings)

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Commercial, Institutional, Residential, and Public Assembly Interiors

Area/Activity Health Care Facilities (continued) Corridors Nursing Areas (Day) Nursing Areas (Night) Operating Areas, Delivery, Recovery, and Laboratory Suites and Service Critical Care Areas General Examination Surgical Task Lighting Handwashing Cystoscopy Room Dental Suite General Instrument Tray Oral Cavity Prosthetic Laboratory (General) Prosthetic Laboratory (Work Bench) Prosthetic Laboratory (Local) Recovery Room (General) Recovery Room (Emergency Examination) Dialysis Unit (Medical) Elevators EKG and Specimen Room General On Equipment Emergency Outpatient General Local Endoscopy Rooms General Peritoneoscopy Culdoscopy Examination and Treatment Rooms General Local Eye Surgery Fracture Room General Local

Footcandles

Area/Activity Inhalation Therapy Laboratories

Footcandles 30 75 150 30 150 75 75 150 75 30 30 30 75 7.5 15 15 150 75 15 75 30 75 15 3 75

15 7.5 75 15 75 750 150 75 30 75 750 30 75 150 15 75 150 15 7.5 15 75 150 75 30 30 30 75 150 75 150

Specimen Collecting Tissue Laboratories Microscopic Reading Room Gross Specimen Room Chemistry Room Bactenology Rooms General Reading Culture Plates Hematology Linens Sorting Soiled Linen Central (Clean) Linen Room Sewing Room (General) Sewing Room (Work Area) Linen Closet Lobby Locker Rooms Medical Illustration Studio Medical Records Nurseries General Observation and Treatment Nursing Stations General Desk Corridors (Day) Corridors (Night) Medication Station Obstetric Delivery Suites Labor Rooms General Local Birthing Room Delivery Area Scrub (General) General Delivery Table (see Critical Care Areas) Resuscitation

15 75 150 300 300 300

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Commercial, Institutional, Residential, and Public Assembly Interiors

Area/Activity Health Care Facilities (continued) Delivery Area (continued) Postdelivery Recovery Area Substerilization Room Occupational Therapy Work Area (General) Work Tables or Benches Patient Rooms General Observation Critical Examination Reading Toilets Pharmacy General Alcohol Vault Laminar Flow Bench Night Light Parenteral Solution Room Physical Therapy Departments Gymnasiums Tank Rooms Treatment Cubicles Postanesthetic Recovery Room General Local Pulmonary Function Laboratories Radiological Suite Diagnostic Section General Waiting Area Radiographic/Fluoroscopic Room Film Sorting Barium Kitchen Radiation Therapy Section General Waiting Area Isotope Kitchen (General) Isotope Kitchen (Benches)

Footcandles

Area/Activity Computerized Radiotomography Section Scanning Room

Footcandles 7.5 75 15 30 15 150 75 30 75 30 30 75 75 15 30 15 30

75 7.5 30 75 7.5 3 75 30 30 75 30 150 3 30 30 30 30

Equipment Maintenance Room Solarium General Local for Reading Stairways Surgical Suite Operating Room (General) Operating Table (see Critical Care Areas) Scrub Room Instruments and Sterile Supply Room Clean Up Room, Instruments Anesthesia Storage Substerilizing Room Surgical Induction Room Surgical Holding Area Toilets Utility Room Waiting Areas General Local (for Reading) Homes (see Residences)

75 150 75 Hotels Bathrooms (for Grooming) 3 3 3 150 75 7.5 7.5 75 75 Bedrooms (for Reading) Corridors (Elevators and Stairs) Front Desk Linen Room Sewing General Lobby General Lighting Reading and Working Areas Canopy (see Outdoor Facilities Group) 15 30 150 15 30 30 15 75 Hospitals (see Health Care Facilities)

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Commercial, Institutional, Residential, and Public Assembly Interiors
Area/Activity Kitchens (see Food Services Facilities or Residences) Libraries Reading Areas (see Reading) Book Stacks (vertical 760 millimeters (30 inches) above floor) Active Stacks Inactive Stacks Book Repair and Binding Cataloging Card Files Carrels, Individual Study Areas (see Reading) Circulation Desks Map, Picture and Print Rooms (see Graphic Design and Material) Audiovisual Areas Audio Listening Areas Microform Areas (see Reading) Locker Rooms Motels (see Hotels) Municipal Buildings - Fire and Police Police Identification Records Jail Cells and Interrogation Rooms Fire Hall Museums Displays and nonsensitive materials Lobbies, General Gallery Areas, Corridors Restoration or Conservation Shops and Laboratories Nursing Homes (see Health Care Facilities) Offices Accounting (see Reading) Conference Areas (see Conference Rooms) Drafting (see Draftng) General and Private Offices (see Reading) Libraries (see Libraries) Lobbies, Lounges and Reception Areas Mail Sorting Off-set Printing ad Duplicating Area 15 75 30 75 30 15 150 30 30 15 30 30 30 30 7.5 30 30 75 Footcandles Area/Activity Post Offices (see Offices) Reading Copied Tasks Ditto Copy Mimeograph Microfiche Reader Photographs (Moderate Detail) Thermal Copy (Poor Copy) Xerograph Xerography (3rd Generation and Greater) Electronic Data Processing Tasks CRT Screens Impact Printer Good Ribbon Poor Ribbon 2nd Carbon and Better Inkjet Printer Keyboard Reading Machine Rooms Active Operations Tape Storage Machine Area Equipment Service Thermal Print Handwritten Tasks No. 3 Pencil and Softer Leads No. 4 Pencil and Harder Leads Ballpoint Pen Felt-tip Pen Handwritten Carbon Copies Nonphotographically Reproducible Colors Chalkboards Printed Tasks 6-point Type 8- and 10-point Type Glossy Magazine Maps Newsprint Typed Originals Typed 2nd Carbon and Later Telephone Books 75 30 30 75 30 30 75 75 75 150 30 30 75 150 75 30 30 15 75 75 30 75 75 30 30 7.5 7.5 30 7.5 75 150 30 75 Footcandles

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Commercial, Institutional, Residential, and Public Assembly Interiors

Area/Activity Residences General Lighting Conversation, Relaxation and Entertainment Passage Areas Specific Visual Tasks Dining Grooming Make-up and Shaving Full-length Mirror Handcrafts and Hobbies Workbench Hobbies Ordinary Tasks Difficult Tasks Critical Tasks Easel Hobbies Ironing Kitchen Duties Kitchen Counter Critical Seeing Noncritical Kitchen Range Difficult Seeing Noncritical Kitchen Sink Difficult Seeing Noncritical Laundry Preparation and Tub Washer and Dryer Music Study (Piano or Organ) Simple Scores Advanced Scores Substand Size Scores Reading In Chair Books, Magazines and Newspapers Handwriting, Reproductions and Poor Copies In Bed Normal Prolonged Serious or Critical

Footcandles

Area/Activity Reading (continued) Desk

Footcandles

75 7.5 15 30 30

Primary Task Plane (Casual) Primary Task Plane (Study) Sewing Hand Sewing Dark Fabrics (Low Contrast) Light to Medium Fabrics Occasional Fabrics (High Contrast) Table Games

30 75

150 75 30 30

30 75 150 75 30

Restaurants (see Food Service Facilities) Service Spaces (Also see Storage Rooms) Stairways (Corridors) Elevators (Freight and Passenger) Toilets and Washrooms 15 15 15 15

75 30

Toilets and Washrooms Transportation Terminals

75 30 75 30 30 30 30 75 150

Waiting Room and Lounge Ticket Counters Baggage Checking Restrooms Concourse Boarding Area

15 75 30 15 7.5 15

30 75 30 75

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Industrial Groups

Area/Activity Bakeries Mixing Room Face of Shelves Inside of Mixing Bowl Fermentation Room Make-up Room Bread Sweet Yeast-raised Products Proofing Room Oven Room Fillings and Other Ingredients Decorating and Icing Mechanical Hand Scales and Thermometers Wrapping Book Binding Folding, Assembling, Pasting Cutting, Punching, Stitching Embossing and Inspection Electric-generating Stations (Interior) Air-conditioning Equipment, Air Preheater and Fan Floor, Ash Sluicing Auxiliaries, Pumps, Tanks, Compressors, Gauge Areas Battery Rooms Boiler Platforms Burner Platforms Cable Room Coal Handling Systems Coal Pulverizer Condensers, Deaerator Floor, Evaporator Floor, Heater Floors Control Rooms Main Control Boards Auxiliary Control Panels Operator's Station Maintenance and Wiring Areas Emergency Operating Lighting

Footcandles 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 75 30 30

Area/Activity Electric-generating Stations (continued) Gauge Reading Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide Manifold Area Laboratory Precipitators Screen House Soot or Slag Blower Platform Steam Headers and Throttles Switchgear and Motor Control Centers

Footcandles 30 15 75 7.5 15 15 7.5 30 30 7.5 30 15 15 30

Telephone and Communication Equipment Rooms Tunnels or Galleries (Piping and Electrical) Turbine Building Operating Floor Below Operating Floor Visitor's Gallery Water Treatment Area Garages (Service)

30 75 150

Repairs ActiveTraffic Areas Write-up Laundries Washing

75 15 30

30 30 75 75

7.5 15 30 7.5 15 7.5 7.5 15 7.5

Flat Work Ironing, Weighing, Listing, Marking Machine and Press Finish, Sorting Fine Hand Ironing Paint Shops Dipping, Simple Spraying, Firing Rubbing, Ordinary Hand Painting and Finishing Art, Stencil, and Special Spraying Fine Hand Painting and Finishing Extra-fine Hand Painting and Finishing Storage Rooms or Warehouses

30 30 75 300

30 30 75 30 15

Inactive Active Rough, Bulky Items Small Items

7.5 15 30

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Outdoor Facilities

Area/Activity Building Exteriors Entrances Active (Pedestrian and/or Conveyance) Inactive (Normally Locked, Inf requently Used) Vital Locations or Structures Building Surroundings Buildings and Monuments Floodlighted Bright Surroundings Light Surfaces Medium Light Surf aces Medium Dark Surf aces Dark Surfaces Dark Surroundings Light Surfaces Medium Light Surf aces Medium Dark Surf aces Dark Surfaces Bulletin and Poster Boards Bright Surroundings Light Surfaces Dark Surfaces Dark Surroundings Light Surfaces Dark Surfaces Electric-generating Stations (Exterior) Boiler areas Catw alks, General Areas Stairs and Platforms

Footcandles

Area/Activity Fuel Handling (continued) Storage Tanks

Footcandles 1 0.2

5 1 5 1

Coal Storage Piles, Ash Dumps Hydroelectric Pow erhouse Roof, Stairs, Platform and Intake Decks Inlet and Discharge Water Area Intake Structures Deck and Laydow n Area

5 0.2 5 2 0.2 2 1 2 5 2 5 2 5 5

15 20 30 50 5 10 15 20

Valve Pits Inlet Water Area Parking Areas Main Plant Parking Secondary Parking Substation Horizontal General Use Vertical Tasks Transf ormer Yard Horizontal General Area Vertical Tasks Turbine Areas

50 100 20 50

Building Surroundings Turbine and Heater Decks, Unloading Bays Entrances, Stairs and Platforms Gardens General Lighting Path, Steps (Aw ay from House) Backgrounds (Fence, Walls, Trees, Shrubbery)

0.5 1 2 5 5 10 20

2 5

Flow er Beds, Rock Gardens Trees, Shrubbery (When Emphasized) Focal Points (Large)

Ground Level Areas (including Precipitators, FD and ID Fans, Bottom Ash Hoppers) Cooling Tow ers Fan Deck, Platf orms, Stairs, Valve Areas Pump Areas Fuel Handling 5 2 5

Focal Points (Small)

Piers Freight Passenger 20 20

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Outdoor Facilities

Area/Activity Service Stations (at Grade) Dark Surrounding Approach Driveway Pump Island Area Building Faces (Exclusive of Glass) Service Areas Landscape Highlights Light Surrounding Approach Driveway Pump Island Area Building Faces (Exclusive of Glass) Service Areas Landscape Highlights Storage Yards Active Inactive

Footcandles

1.5 1.5 20 10 3 2 3 5 30 30 7 5

20 1

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TABLE 12 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Sports and Recreation Areas

Area/Activity Archery (Indoor) Target (Tournament) Target (Recreational) Shooting Line (Tournament) Shooting Line (Recreational) Archery (Outdoor) Target (Tournament) Target (Recreational) Shooting Line (Tournament) Shooting Line (Recreational) Badminton Tournament Club Recreational Baseball AA and AAA League Infield Outfield A and B League Infield Outfield C and D League Infield Outfield Semi-pro and Municipal League Infield Outfield Recreational Infield Outfield Junior League (Class I and Class II) Infield Outfield On Seats During Game On Seats Before and After Game

Footcandles 50 30 20 10

Area/Activity Bathing Beaches On Land 150 Feet from Shore Billiards (On Table) Tournament Recreational

Footcandles 1 3 50 30

10 5 10 5

Bowling Tournament Approaches Lanes Pins Recreational 10 20 50 10 10 30

30 20 10

Approaches Lanes Pins Bowling on the Green Tournament

10 5

70 50

Recreational Boxing and Wrestling (Ring)

50 30 30 20 20 15 15 10

Championship Professional Amateur Seats During Bout Seat Before and After Bout Casting (Bait, Dry-fly, Wet-fly) Pier or Dock Target (at 24 meters (80 feet) for bait casting and 15 meters (50 feet) for wet or dry-fly casting)

500 200 100 2 5

10

30 20 2 5

Combination (Outdoor) Baseball/Football Infield Outfield and Football Industrial Softball/Football 20 15

Basketball College and Professional College Intramural and High School Recreational (Outdoor) 50 30 10

Infield Outfield and Football

20 15

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Sports and Recreation Areas

Area/Activity Combination (Outdoor Continued) Industrial Softball/6-man Football Infield Outfield and Football Croquet or Roque Tournament Recreational Curling Tournament Tees Rink Recreational Tees Rink Fencing Exhibitions Recreational Football

Footcandles

Area/Activity Gymnasiums (Refer to Individual Sports Listed) General Exercising and Recreation

Footcandles 30

20 15 Handball Tournament Club 10 5 Indoor (Four-wall or Squash) Outdoor (Two-court) Recreational Indoor (Four-wall or Squash) Outdoor (Two-court) 50 30 20 10 Jai-alai Professoinal 50 30 Lacrosse 20 5 5 Amateur 100 70 Hockey (Field) Horse Shoes 20 20 20 10 30 20 50

Distance from Nearest Sideline to the Farthest Row of Spectators Class I - Over 30 Meters (100 Feet) Class II - 15 to 30 Meters (50 to 100 Feet) Class III - 9 to 15 Meters (30 to 50 Feet) Clas IV - Under 9 Meters (30 Feet) Class V - No Fixed Seating Facilities Football (6-man) High School or College Junior High and Recreational 20 10 100 50 30 20 10

Playgrounds Quoits Racing (Outdoor) Bicycle Tournament Competitive Recreational Dog

30 20 10 30 20

Golf Tee Fairway Green Driving Range At 180 Meters (200 Yards) Over Tee Area Miniature Practice Putting Green 5 10 10 10 5 1 5

Horse

Racquetball (see Handball)

Rifle, 45 Meters (50 Yards - Outdoor) On Targets Firing Point Range 50 10 5

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Sports and Recreation Areas

Area/Activity Rifle and Pistol Range (Indoor) On Targets Firing Point Range Rodeo Arena Professional Amateur Recreational Pens and Chutes Shuffleboard (Indoor) Tournament Recreational Shuffleboard (Outdoor) Tournament Recreational Skating Roller Rink Skeet Target at 18 Meters (60 Feet) Firing Points Skeet and Trap (Combination) Targets at 30 Meters (100 Feet) for Trap, 18 meters (60 Feet) for Skeet Firing Points

Footcandles 100 20 10

Area/Activity Softball (continued) Industrial League Infield Outfield Recreational (6-pole) Infield

Footcandles

20 15

10 7

50 30 10 5

Outfield Slow Pitch (Tournament - See Industrial League) Slow Pitch (see Recreational 6-pole)

30 20

Squash (see Handball) Swimming (Indoor) Exhibitions 50 30

10 5

Recreational Underwater (1000 (100) Lamp Lumens Per Square Meter (Foot) of Surface Area)

10

Swimming (Outdoor) Exhibitions Recreational 20 10

30 5

Underwater (600 (60) Lamp Lumens Per Square Meter (Foot) of Surface Area) Tennis (Indoor) Tournament 100 75 50

30 5

Club Recreational

Soccer (see Football)

Tennis (Outdoor) Tournament 30 20 10 50

Softball Professional and Championship Infield Outfield Semi-professional Infield Outfield 30 20 50 30

Club Recreational Tennis (Platform)

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Sports and Recreation Areas

Area/Activity Tennis (Table) Tournament Club Recreational Trap Targets at 30 Meters (100 Feet) Firing Points Volleyball Tournament Recreational

Footcandles 50 30 20

30 5

20 10

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TABLE 13 (CONTINUED) FOOTCANDLE (fc) REQUIREMENTS BY AREA/ACTIVITY Transportation Vehicles

Area/Activity Airports Hanger Apron Terminal Building Apron Parking Area Loading Area Rail Conveyances Boarding or Exiting Fare Box (Rapid Transit Train) Vestibule (Commuter and Inter-city Trains) Aisles Advertising Cards (Rapid Transit and Commuter Trains) Back-lighted Advertising Cards (Rapid Transit 2 and Commuter Trains - 860 cd/m (250 fL) Average Maximum) Reading Restrooms (Inter-city Train) Dining Area (Inter-city Train) Food Preparation (Inter-city Train) Lounge (Inter-city Train) General Lighting Table Games Sleeping Car General Lighting Normal Reading Prolonged Seeing Road Conveyances Step Well and Adjacent Ground Area Fare Box General Lighting (for Seat Selection and Movement) City and Inter-city Buses at City Stop Inter-city Bus at Country Stop School Bus while Moving School Bus at Stops Advertising Cards Back-lighted Advertising Cards (see Rail Conveyances) Reading Emergency Exit (School Bus)

Footcandles 1 0.5 2

10 15 10 10 30

30 20 50 70 20 30 10 30 70

10 15 10 2 2 15 30 30 308 5

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TABLE 14 STANDBY LOSSES FOR WATER HEATERS

Electric Gallons 30 42 52 82 10 Btu/Yr Loss 4.20 5.50 6.08 7.84


6

Gas Gallons 30 40 50 76 106 Btu/Yr Loss 5.29 6.04 6.81 11.57

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TABLE 15 EQUIVALENT FULL LOAD COOLING HOURS (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings)

8 am to 5 pm Location Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco 5 Days/Week 1,036 867 1,155 939 1,516 1,369 1,110 999 1,078 1,200 1,176 928 1,162

7 am to 6 pm 5 Days/Week 1,213 997 1,360 1,102 1,787 1,636 1,317 1,161 1,267 1,408 1,384 1,092 1,366

24 Hours/Day 7 Days/Week 3,338 2,605 3,784 3,028 4,977 4,729 3,737 3,124 3,524 3,854 3,859 3,036 3,795

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TABLE 15 EQUIVALENT FULL LOAD COOLING HOURS (10-Month Operating Schedule (August - May) for Thermally Heavy Buildings)

8 am to 5 pm Location Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco 5 Days/Week 755 607 864 681 1,196 1,057 841 727 785 917 884 669 925

7 am to 6 pm 5 Days/Week 879 694 1,013 793 1,405 1,261 993 841 920 1,069 1,039 784 1,086

24 Hours/Day 7 Days/Week 2,382 1,761 2,792 2,150 3,894 3,631 2,791 2,220 2,526 2,901 2,873 2,155 3,013

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TABLE 15 (CONTINUED) EQUIVALENT FULL LOAD COOLING HOURS (12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings)

8 am to 5 pm Location Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco 5 Days/Week 641 501 741 559 1,107 919 698 599 688 760 748 549 671

7 am to 6 pm 5 Days/Week 729 556 849 636 1,259 1,071 811 676 788 859 856 628 764

24 Hours/Day 7 Days/Week 1,850 1,295 2,181 1,616 3,170 2,900 2,188 1,666 2,030 2,117 2,214 1,607 1,943

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TABLE 15 (CONTINUED) EQUIVALENT FULL LOAD COOLING HOURS (10-Month Operating Schedule (August - May) for Thermally Light Buildings)

8 am to 5 pm Location Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco 5 Days/Week 415 306 500 361 825 650 484 380 444 529 509 350 446

7 am to 6 pm 5 Days/Week 467 335 567 407 933 756 557 425 504 593 580 396 505

24 Hours/Day 7 Days/Week 1,147 748 1,424 997 2,306 2,013 1,468 1,010 1,262 1,421 1,466 985 1,248

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TABLE 16 EQUIVALENT FULL LOAD HEATING HOURS (10- and 12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Heavy Buildings)

8 am to 5 pm Location Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco 5 Days/Week 102 211 38 112 5 7 22 55 74 17 26 101 55

7 am to 6 pm 5 Days/Week 140 292 54 150 6 8 33 87 101 27 38 135 74

24 Hours/Day 7 Days/Week 513 1,125 215 541 23 31 131 407 378 119 170 498 285

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TABLE 16 (CONTINUED) EQUIVALENT FULL LOAD HEATING HOURS (10- and 12-Month Operating Schedule for Thermally Light Buildings)

8 am to 5 pm Location Abilene Amarillo Austin Big Spring Brownsville Corpus Christi Del Rio El Paso Fort Worth Houston San Antonio Sherman Waco 5 Days/Week 313 478 200 334 57 95 166 250 279 140 172 330 230

7 am to 6 pm 5 Days/Week 415 639 267 438 82 126 224 351 369 197 235 430 309

24 Hours/Day 7 Days/Week 1,481 2,323 988 1,548 326 428 836 1,379 1,310 775 889 1,498 1,128

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