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SITE / ROADWAY

AR/SAR
SERIES

The Archetype
F

70 - 400 Watt

The Archetype

Table of Contents
Relativity

2-3

Design Logic

4-5

Horizontal Lamp

Optical System Features

8-9

Mechanical Features

10

Installation and Maintenance 11


AR Ordering Information

12-13

SAR Ordering Information 14-15


Luminaire Specifications

16

Option Specifications

17

Proportion Guide

19

Lamp and Electrical Guide 20-21


Application
Engineering Services

21

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PARKING STRUCTURE
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Modern architecture often


integrates curvilinear, rectilinear,
classical, and neoclassical
styles into a single structure.
The eclectic shape of The
Archetype readily adapts to
and universally complements
contemporary architectural
design. Lighting performance,
materials, robust construction,
and the latest technology
combine to make The
Archetype the state-of-the-art
luminaire for outdoor cutoff
lighting. The AR (Large
Archetype) is available in HID
lamp modes up to 400 watts.
The SAR (Small Archetype) has
been scaled to complement the
larger model at lower mounting
heights. Available up to 175
watts, the smaller model is ideal
for pathways and courtyards
where fixtures are nearer
human scale. When used
together, the large and small
Archetype provide a logical
transition from parking lot to
building
entrance
by
decreasing luminaire scale
and maintaining a consistent
design.

archetype (rke tp)


1: an original pattern or model
of which other things are
copies.
2: first molded as a pattern,
exemplary.

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Kim Lightings Theory of Relativity


The Relationship of Outdoor Lighting to Site and Architecture

AR The Large Archetype

SAR The Small Archetype

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SITE / ROADWAY ZONE

PEDESTRIAN ZONE

Parking lots and roadways require luminaires on 20' - 40' poles to efficiently light these
large areas. Therefore, this lighting becomes dominant and sets the design and style
for all other lighting as you progress towards the building.

As you leave the parking lot and transition to


pedestrian areas, poles should decrease in
height to 10' - 16'. In addition, luminaires should
decrease in scale, and can have more decorative
features to be appreciated at the pedestrian level.

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AFL Architectural Floodlight

WF Wall Forms

SW Site Wallforms

WD Wall Director

KIM LIGHTINGS THEORY OF RELATIVITY


The purpose of this guideline is to bring a cohesive look to outdoor
lighting, maximizing lighting efficiency while preserving the
architectural experience. Simply stated, the Kim Theory of Relativity
says Poles belong in parking lots. And, once you leave the parking
lot, the outdoor lighting should become less and less conspicuous
until it becomes an integral part of the architecture. In addition, the
luminaire style and geometry should remain consistent. If this
guideline is utilized, the outdoor lighting will enhance the site and
architecture, bringing unity to the outdoor lighting scheme.

WD

SW

SL

WF
AFL

LTV

LANDSCAPE / PATH ZONE

BUILDING / PERIMETER ZONE

Near the building, luminaires should begin


to disappear, blending into the landscape
and hardscape elements.

No pole mounted luminaires should ever be used near the building, as they will
dominate the architecture. The only exception would be the use of decorative
luminaires to delineate entrances to the structure. Building mounted, architecturally
compatible fixtures should be almost invisible.

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Design Logic

Architectural Relevance
Architecture controls the
design of an architectural
luminaire. Todays architecture
is eclectic, combining square,
round and neoclassic shapes
into a single structure. The
Archetype is designed to
reflect eclectic form and
outwardly express function.
This variety and purpose has
been beautifully sculptured into
a unified luminaire design that
makes a strong statement
of both aesthetics and
engineering.

The Archetypes slanted nose, undercut ballast compartment


and oval arm combine to balance its directional nature and form.

Round poles provide the


optimum complementary shape
to the Archetype.

The Archetypes eclectic form


is evident in these three views.
From the side, its function is
clearly stated. The bottom view
is rectilinear while the section
is a simple half cylinder. All
elements combine to create a
unified sculptural form that will
integrate with virtually any
architectural environment.

Front View

Side View

Bottom View

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The Archetypes directional form is further influenced by its


optics. A downward and outward light throw is expressed by
corresponding fixture shape.

Aerodynamic Shape
Luminaire shape is the single
most important factor in
determining pole size. Because
poles are often more expensive
than luminaires, a reduction in
pole size can produce
significant savings in overall
cost. Fixture weight has little
influence on pole size; because
wind loading produces the
greatest lateral force. The
aerodynamic shape of the
Archetype generates far less
wind loading than a shoebox
luminaire, thereby permitting
lighter poles to be used. The
aerodynamic shape also
improves the effectiveness of
the cooling ribs.

AR Model
80 m.p.h. wind force: 32.7 ft-lb
Coefficient of drag: .70
E.P.A.: 1.2

A Shoebox with same overall dimensions


80 m.p.h. wind force: 56.3 ft-lb
Coefficient of drag: 1.2
E.P.A.: 2.0

Integrated Cooling
The die-cast housing is a
homogeneous body in which
every feature has a functional
purpose.
HID lamps produce heat, yet
are operated by temperaturesensitive electrical components.
Because of its compact size,
new methods of controlling heat
were required for the Archetype.
A combination of cooling ribs
and a solid barrier wall are
employed to control operating
temperatures for maximum
component life.

Cooling ribs double surface


area, providing rapid heat
dissipation. Heat is efficiently
radiated from the fixture top and
carried away by airflow over the
housing.

Primary heat source


A 400 watt lamp produces
bulb temperatures as high as
400C .

An extra-thick barrier wall


separates the optical chamber
from the electrical compartment.
The optical chamber is totally
sealed.

Secondary heat source


The ballast produces heat while
adjacent capacitor and ignitor
components must operate
below 90C. The electrical
compartment also ventilates
through the mounting arm.
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Horizontal Lamp
See the Kim Site / Roadway Optical Systems Catalog for complete details and explanation of optical system features.

Horizontal Lamp
Horizontal
Lamp

Available in Type II, Type III, Type IV, and Type V Square
distributions. This flat lens system provides maximum cutoff
control and very good uniformity.
Sealed optics and performance die-cast reflector technology
allow this horizontal lamp optical system to maximize lamp
output. An optional houseside shield is available for Types II, III,
and IV distributions.

Flat Lens
Full Cutoff Optics

Type II

Type III

Type IV

An optional convex lens offers increased lens presence, a


subtle improvement in uniformity and increased effectiveness of
houseside shielding.

Type V

Optional
Convex Lens
Cutoff Optics

Full Cutoff
The Archetype utilizes a horizontal lamp orientation with a flat
glass lens to produce full cutoff with zero light above 90
horizontal. In addition, the reflector system has been carefully
engineered to provide maximum pole spacing with outstanding
visual uniformity. The primary reflector panels are highly specular
to achieve precise lamp arc reflections toward the proper areas on
the ground. Excessive straight-down illumination is avoided by the
elimination of downward reflecting surfaces.

2
1
1. Typical horizontal lamp luminaires produce excessive straightdown illumination in relation to the side throw. This causes poor
uniformity.
2. The Archetypes reflectors have reduced straight-down
illumination with increased side throw. This produces excellent
pole spacing and uniformity.

C
A

A. High-angle maximum candlepower and sharp cutoff are


produced by the smooth specular side panels.
B. A specular peened upper reflector spreads light into the
mid-range, gradually increasing the intensity toward higher
angles while avoiding any low-angle reflections.
C. At low angles, bare lamp illumination is more than adequate.
The elimination of downward reflecting surfaces greatly
increases uniformity.
The Archetype is StarView Compliant.
The term full cutoff as applied to a down facing fixture means
that no portion of the luminaires optical system is visible above
horizontal. The Archetype utilizes a horizontal lamp orientation
and a standard flat clear glass lens to achieve full cutoff
IES designation. The distribution of light is handled entirely
by a precision reflector system engineered for maximum fixture
spacing with outstanding uniformity. All four of the Archetypes
configurations meet StarView full cutoff requirements.

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Kim Lightings StarView products are designated for luminaires


that meet IES full cutoff requirements for use where light pollution
or light trespass may be a concern and to promote the enjoyment
of celestial visibility at night.

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Optical System Features

Rotatable Optics

Totally Sealed Optics

All Archetype reflectors are field rotatable in 90 increments. This


allows design flexibility in producing very high illumination levels
for special applications or for maintaining a consistent fixture
orientation throughout the site. Each reflector is labeled to show
the orientation of the light pattern and can be field adjusted.

Kim optical systems stay clean for two reasons. First, only
one-piece silicone gaskets are used, which have high memory
retentive qualities and very low outgassing. Second, the optical
chamber is completely sealed from all moisture, air and insect
entry both externally and internally.

Moisture, air and insect barrier.

Rotatable reflectors allow design flexibility to maintain a consistent


fixture orientation throughout the site.

For applications requiring


high light levels, such as
tennis courts, and automobile
dealerships, reflectors can be
aimed in parallel to double
illumination levels.

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Seven Mounting Arrangements

Four Light Distributions


Site configuration determines
the combination of light
distributions required to
efficiently illuminate desired
areas. Twenty-five years of
cutoff lighting experience has
proven that four light
distributions satisfy any site
requirement, from parking lots
to courtyards.

Seven mounting configurations


are available using one to four
fixtures per pole, plus single wall
mounting.

The Archetype is available in


four highly efficient light
patterns, combined with seven
mounting arrangements and
rotatable optics for incredible
versatility. In addition, houseside
shields are available for
locations where control of spill
light onto adjacent property is a
concern. See page 17.

Type II

Type III

Type IV
Forward Throw

Type V
Square

Houseside shields available on Types II, III, and IV distributions only.

B
B
D

A
C

B
C

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Mechanical Features

Die-Cast Aluminum Components

Durable Powder Coat Finish

The Archetype housing, reflector and door frame are die-cast,


low copper (<0.6% Cu) aluminum alloy for precision and
repeatability. The housing is reinforced at the arm connection,
and cooling ribs are integral with the top surface.
This feature substantially reduces the operating temperatures of
heat-sensitive electrical components.

Kims state-of-the-art powder coat paint system is engineered


to provide the highest quality finish with absolute paint
adhesion under weather extremes. The Super TGIC thermoset
polyester powder coat finish is applied over a titanated zirconium
conversion coating. This finish system exceeds the A.S.T.M.
1000 hour salt spray test, enduring over 2500 hours without failure.

The rigid door frame provides dependable sealing of the optical


chamber through uniform gasket pressure.

Eight Stage Finish

Cooling ribs double the top


surface area, allowing rapid
dissipation of internal heat
through the fixture top.

1. Power wash and degrease.

5. Clear water rinse bath.

2. Detergent tank bath.

6. Dry off oven.

3. Clear water rinse bath.

7. Powder coating, 2.5 mil


nominal thickness.

4. Premium titanated zirconinum


conversion coating as used in
the automobile industry.

Standard Super TGIC


Colors

Aluminum

Kim poles have cast aluminum


caps, flush mounted by a single
top screw which activates an
internal grip. No fasteners
appear on the pole sides.

8. Bake for 20 minutes at


410F.

Titanated
Zirconium
Conversion
Coating
Powder Coat

BL

Black

DB Dark Bronze
LG

Light Gray

PS

Platinum Silver

WH White

See the Poles catalog for more


detail on Kims full range of steel
and aluminum poles.

Single latch closure of the Archetype is made


possible by the rigid die-cast construction of
the lens frame. The latch is beautifully
integrated into the die-cast housing with flush
surfaces and articulated joints. All associated
hardware is stainless steel.

10

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Installation and Maintenance

Easy Installation

Standard Arm Mount Installation


Extruded arm

The Archetype arm connection


is both clean and strong,
utilizing an internal draw-bolt
system.

Arm Mount Installations utilize


a draw-bolt system concealed
within the arms internal centering
guides.

Inside the pole top, a


reinforcing plate receives the
draw-bolts. A strain relief is
provided for securing the field
wires. The one-piece arm
extrusion has internal bolt
guides which position the arm
during
mounting.
Final
securing is accomplished
inside the fixture using a
socket wrench. Ample access
is provided because the
ballast module and lens frame
snap out.

Draw bolts
Easy wrench access
Reinforcing plate through housing

Optional Vertical Slipfitter Installation


Extruded arm

Vertical Slipfitter Installations utilize


a slipfitter adapter to which the
fixture arm is bolted. Adapter slipfits
tenon and is held in place by four
set screws. One set screw is drilled
into the tenon to eliminate rotation.

Easy wrench access


Draw bolts
Slipfitter adapter through housing
Tenon top pole

Optional Horizontal Slipfitter Installation


Slipfitter adapter

Horizontal arm

Horizontal Slipfitter Installations utilize


a slipfitter adapter to which the
fixture housing is bolted. Adapter
slipfits and clamps to horizontal arm.
One set screw is drilled into the arm
to prevent fixture rotation.
Easy wrench access
through housing

Optional Wall Mount Installation See page 16 for details.


Lens frame utilizes
stainless steel hinge pins and hanger hooks
for no-tool mounting.

No-Tool Maintenance
To reduce expensive lift-truck rental time, relamping is quickly
accomplished without tools. The lens frame is opened by one latch
located at the front of the housing. The entire electrical module
snaps out without tools, and includes quick-disconnect plugs on all
wiring. A spare module can be quickly inserted to eliminate
downtime, while the old module is repaired and stored for future use.
The lens frame is also removable without tools, providing easy lens
replacement in the unusual event that breakage occurs. For
additional safety during relamping, the door frame is prevented from
lifting out of its hinges when hanging in the normal down position.

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Ordering Information
AR

Mogul Base
150 to 400 Watt

The Archetype

Ordering Example:

Mounting

Fixture

Electrical Module

Finish

Options

Pole

VSF Option

2B / AR3 / 250HPS277 / WH-P / A-25 / PSA16-4125B / WH-P / VSF-2B

For Standard Fixture and Pole

5-12

13

14

See separate Kim Pole Catalog.


Omit for 1W Wall Mount.

1 Mounting:

Plan View:

Wall
Mount

3Y configuration is available
for round poles only.
EPA:
Cat. No.:

2 Fixture:

1.2
1A

2.4
2B

2.0
2L

3.2
3T

3.2
3Y

3.9
4C

n/a
1W

Horizontal Lamp

Cat. No. designates AR fixture


and light distribution.
See the Kim Site/Roadway
Optical Systems Catalog for
detailed information on reflector
design and application.

Flat Lens

Light Distribution:

Cat. No.:

3 Electrical Module:
HPS = High Pressure Sodium
MH = Metal Halide
PMH = Pulse Start
Metal Halide

Type II

Type III

Full Cutoff
AR2

Full Cutoff
AR3

Type IV
Forward Throw
Full Cutoff
AR4

Type V
Square
Full Cutoff
AR5

High Pressure Sodium


150HPS120
150HPS208
150HPS240
150HPS277
150HPS347
150HPS480

250HPS120
250HPS208
250HPS240
250HPS277
250HPS347
250HPS480

KimNOW! Available Configurations:

400HPS120
400HPS208
400HPS240
400HPS277
400HPS347
400HPS480

KN-AR3/250PMH/DB*, KN-AR3/400PMH/DB*,
KN-AR5/250PMH/DB*, KN-AR5/400PMH/DB*
Accessories:
KN-AR/HS, KN-VSF-1A/DB,
KN-VSF-2B/DB, KN-1W/AR/DB
*Multi-tap ballast (120, 208, 240, or 277 volts)

Pulse Start Metal Halide

Lamp Lamp Line


Watts Type Volts
400

HPS

277

250PMH120
250PMH208
250PMH240
250PMH277
250PMH347
250PMH480

320PMH120
320PMH208
320PMH240
320PMH277
320PMH347
320PMH480

350PMH120
350PMH208
350PMH240
350PMH277
350PMH347
350PMH480

400PMH120
400PMH208
400PMH240
400PMH277
400PMH347
400PMH480

NOTE: Due to the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007, Kim Lighting can no longer supply probe
start metal halide ballasts with its luminaires, effective January 1, 2009. Contact Kim Lighting for availability of
replacement ballasts for warranty service claims.
(Visit www.aboutlightingcontrols.org or the Library of Congress website for more details).

4 Finish:
Super TGIC powder coat paint
over titanated zirconium
conversion coating.

5 Optional Photocell

Color:
Cat. No.:

Black

Dark Bronze

Light Gray

Platinum Silver

White

Custom Colors1

BL

DB

LG

PS

WH

CC

Consult representative for custom colors.

Receptacle

S Fixture with Photocell


Receptacle
S slave unit(s)

Receptacle provided for NEMA


base photocells (by others).
Cat. No.: A-25

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1A or 1W

Receptacle:

12

Mounting Configuration

Allowable Wattage per fixture:

2B
s

2L

3T, 3Y

150-400W

s
s

4C

4C

150-250W

400W

6 Optional Convex Glass

Cat. No.: CGL

Tempered convex glass lens replaces standard flat lens.


Optics become cutoff.

Lens:
Convex Lens

7 Optional Polycarbonate

Cat. No.: LS

Polycarbonate Lens replaces standard tempered glass lens.


250 Watt Maximum. May be used with 400HPS in outdoor
locations were ambient air temperature during fixture operation
will not exceed 85F.

Lens:
Polycarbonate Lens

8 Optional Houseside

See CAUTION on page 17.


Cat. No.: HS

Recommended for use with clear lamps only. Effectiveness is


reduced for coated lamps. Not for use with Type V light
distributions.

Cat. No.: HSC

For use with all fixtures with convex glass lens. Not for use with
Type V light distributions.

Cat. No.: TL

Standard die-cast latch is provided with a captive 10-32 stainless


steel flat socket-head screw to prevent unauthorized opening.
Required only for vandal protection in locations where fixtures
can be reached by unauthorized persons.

Shield:
HS for
flat lens

HSC for
convex lens or
polycarbonate lens

9 Optional TamperResistant Latch:

10 Optional Support Arm:


NOTE: Refer to Kim Lightings
Architectural Arms Catalog
for complete details.
Optional Support Arm cannot
be used with #12 Pole Mounted
Structural Option.
Same as standard arm

Tamper-Resistant
Latch

Arm Cat. No.:

Mounting:
1A
2B
2L
3T
3Y
4C

Optional
Support
Arm:
EPA for
fixture
and arm:

11 Optional Horizontal

AA01

AA03

AA05

AA071

AA09

AA11

Swept
Solid Arm

Swept
Hollow Arm

Upsweep
Solid Arm

Upsweep
Hollow Arm

Uplift Adjustable
Aluminum Arm

Uplift Adjustable
Stainless Steel Arm

1.4
2.8
2.2
3.6
3.6
4.3

1.1
2.2
1.9
3.0
3.0
3.7

1.7
3.4
2.5
4.2
4.2
4.9

1.2
2.4
2.0
3.2
3.2
3.9

1.9
3.8
2.7
4.6
4.6
5.3

1.9
3.8
2.7
4.6
4.6
5.3

Cat. No.: HSF

Slipfitter Mount:
Slipfitter

Replaces standard mounting arm with a slipfitter for mounting


to a horizontal pole davit-arm with 2" pipe-size mounting end
(2C" O.D.).

12 Special Options for

Cat. No.: TB

Terminal Block located inside the fixture electrical compartment.

Street Lighting:

Cat. No.: AF

Air Filter to allow ventilation through the optical chamber.

13 Poles:

See Kim Pole Catalog for a complete selection of square and round poles in aluminum or steel.

14 Optional Vertical

Cat. No.
VSF-1A
VSF-2B
VSF-2L
VSF-3T
Round VSF-3Y
VSF-4C

Slipfitter Mounts:

Cat. No
SVSF-1A
SVSF-2B
SVSF-2L
SVSF-3T
Square
SVSF-4C

Mounting Configuration
1A - Single arm mount
2B - 2 at 180
2L - 2 at 90
3T - 3 at 90
3Y - 3 at 120
4C - 4 at 90

Allows standard fixture and arm


to be mounted to poles having a
2" pipe-size tenon (2C" O.D. x 4K"
min. length).

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13

Ordering Information
SAR

Medium Base
70 to 175 Watt

The Small Archetype

Ordering Example:
For Standard Fixture and Pole

Mounting

Fixture

Electrical Module

Finish

Options

Pole

VSF Option

1SA / SAR2 /175MH120 / BL-P / A-30 / PSA16-4125SA / BL-P / VSF-1SA


1

5-12

13

14

See separate Kim Pole Catalog.


Omit for 1W Wall Mount.

1 Mounting:

Plan View:

3SY configuration is available


for round poles only.

EPA:
Cat. No.:

Wall
Mount
0.7
1SA

1.4
2SB

1.2
2SL

1.9
3ST

1.9
3SY

2.5
4SC

n/a
1W

Horizontal Lamp

2 Fixture:
Cat. No. designates SAR fixture
and light distribution.
See the Kim Site/Roadway
Optical Systems Catalog for
detailed information on reflector
design and application.

Flat Lens

Light Distribution:

Cat. No.:

3 Electrical Module:
HPS = High Pressure Sodium
MH = Metal Halide

Type II

Type III

Full Cutoff
SAR2

Full Cutoff
SAR3

Type IV
Forward Throw
Full Cutoff
SAR4

Type V
Square
Full Cutoff
SAR5

High Pressure Sodium


70HPS120
70HPS208
70HPS240
70HPS277
70HPS347

100HPS120
100HPS208
100HPS240
100HPS277
100HPS347

150HPS120
150HPS208
150HPS240
150HPS277
150HPS347

KimNOW! Available Configurations:


KN-SAR3/100PMH/DB*, KN-SAR5/100PMH/DB*,
KN-SAR3/150PMH/DB*, KN-SAR5/150PMH/DB*
Accessories:
KN-SAR/HS, KN-1W/SAR/DB
*Multi-tap ballast (120, 208, 240, or 277 volts)

Pulse Start Metal Halide


Lamp Lamp Line
Watts Type Volts
150

HPS

120

70PMH120
70PMH208
70PMH240
70PMH277
70PMH347

100PMH120
100PMH208
100PMH240
100PMH277
100PMH347

150PMH120
150PMH208
150PMH240
150PMH277
150PMH347

NOTE: Due to the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007, Kim Lighting can no longer supply probe
start metal halide ballasts with its luminaires, effective January 1, 2009. Contact Kim Lighting for availability of
replacement ballasts for warranty service claims.
(Visit www.aboutlightingcontrols.org or the Library of Congress website for more details).

4 Finish:
Super TGIC powder coat
paint over titanated zirconium
conversion coating.

Color:
Cat. No.:

Light Gray

Platinum Silver

White

Custom Colors1

BL

DB

LG

PS

WH

CC

Consult representative for custom colors.

Control:
Not available for 1W Wall Mount.
Photocell
Sensor

KIM LIGHTING

Dark Bronze

5 Optional Photocell

14

Black

Cat. No. and A-30 120V


Line Volts:
A-31 208V
A-32 240V
A-33 277V
A-35 347V

Mounting Configuration
1SA

2SB
s

2SL
No fixture wattage limit.

S Fixture with Photocell


Sensor
S slave unit(s)

3ST, 3SY

4SC

6 Optional Convex Glass

Cat. No.: CGL

Tempered convex glass lens replaces standard flat lens.


Optics become cutoff.

Lens:
Convex Lens

7 Optional Polycarbonate

Cat. No.: LS

Polycarbonate Lens replaces standard tempered glass lens.

Lens:

See CAUTION on page 17.


Polycarbonate Lens

8 Optional Houseside

Cat. No.: HS

Recommended for use with clear lamps only. Effectiveness is


reduced for coated lamps. Not for use with Type V light
distributions.

Cat. No.: HSC

For use with all fixtures with convex glass lens. Not for use with
Type V light distributions.

Cat. No.: TL

Standard die-cast latch is provided with a captive 10-32 stainless


steel flat socket-head screw to prevent unauthorized opening.
Required only for vandal protection in locations where fixtures
can be reached by unauthorized persons.

Shield:
HS for
flat lens

HSC for
convex lens or
polycarbonate lens

9 Optional TamperResistant Latch:

10 Optional Support Arm:


NOTE: Refer to Kim Lightings
Architectural Arms Catalog
for complete details.
Optional Support Arm cannot
be used with #12 Pole Mounted
Structural Option.
Same as standard arm

Tamper-Resistant
Latch

Arm Cat. No.:

Mounting:
1A
2B
2L
3T
3Y
4C

Optional
Support
Arm:
EPA for
fixture
and arm:

11 Optional Horizontal

AA02

AA041

AA06

AA08

AA10

AA12

Swept
Solid Arm

Swept
Hollow Arm

Upsweep
Solid Arm

Upsweep
Hollow Arm

Uplift Adjustable
Aluminum Arm

Uplift Adjustable
Stainless Steel Arm

0.8
1.6
1.3
2.1
2.1
2.7

0.7
1.4
1.2
1.9
1.9
2.5

1.0
2.0
1.5
2.5
2.5
3.0

0.8
1.6
1.3
2.1
2.1
2.7

1.2
2.4
1.7
2.9
2.9
3.5

1.2
2.4
1.7
2.9
2.9
3.5

Cat. No.: HSF

Slipfitter Mount:
Slipfitter

12 Special Options for

Replaces standard mounting arm with a slipfitter for mounting


to a horizontal pole davit-arm with 2" pipe-size mounting end
(2C" O.D.).

Cat. No.: AF Air Filter to allow ventilation through the optical chamber.

Street Lighting:

13 Poles:

See Kim Pole Catalog for a complete selection of square and round poles in aluminum or steel.

14 Optional Vertical

Cat. No.
VSF-1SA
VSF-2SB
VSF-2SL
VSF-3ST
Round VSF-3SY
VSF-4SC

Slipfitter Mounts:

Cat. No
SVSF-1SA
SVSF-2SB
SVSF-2SL
SVSF-3ST
Square
SVSF-4SC

Mounting Configuration
1SA - Single arm mount
2SB - 2 at 180
2SL - 2 at 90
3ST - 3 at 90
3SY - 3 at 120
4SC - 4 at 90

Allows standard fixture and arm


to be mounted to poles having a
2" pipe-size tenon (2C" O.D. x 4K"
min. length).

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Luminaire Specifications
AR and SAR Models
Dimensions
AR Model
150 to 400 watt
Mogul Base Lamps

8"
(203.2 mm)

8"
(203.2 mm)

22K"
(571.5 mm)

6"
(152.4 mm)

2"

16"
(406.4 mm)

(50.8 mm)

Arm
cross-section
Maximum Fixture weight (400HPS) = 45 lb

SAR Model
70 to 175 watt
Medium Base Lamps
5"

6"

(127.0 mm)

(152.4 mm)

17B"
(435.0 mm)

1L"
(44.5 mm)

4J"

12"
(304.8 mm)

(108.0 mm)

Arm
cross-section
Maximum Fixture weight (150HPS) = 25 lb

Optional Wall Mounts


4J"

H"

(108.0 mm)

(17.5 mm)

10J"
(260.4 mm)

4L"
(120.7 mm)

5F"
(131.8 mm)

AR wall mount using


wall embedment bracket J-box in wall (by others)

SAR wall mount using


adapter plate 3" or 4" J-box (by others)

Housing: One-piece, die-cast low copper (<0.6% Cu) aluminum


alloy with integral cooling ribs over the optical chamber and
electrical compartment. Solid barrier wall separates optical and
electrical compartments. Double-thick wall with gussets on the
support-arm mounting end. For the large AR model, housing forms a
half cylinder with 55 front face plane providing a recess to allow a
flush single-latch detail. For the small SAR model, housing forms a
half cylinder with 58 front face plane providing a recess to allow a
flush single-latch detail. All hardware is stainless steel or electro-zinc
plated steel.
Lens Frame: One-piece, die-cast low copper (<0.6% Cu)
aluminum alloy lens frame with 1" minimum depth around the gasket
flange. Integral hinges with stainless steel pins provide no-tool
mounting and removal from housing. Single die-cast aluminum
cam-latch provides positive locking and sealing of the optical
chamber by a one-piece extruded and vulcanized silicone gasket.
Clear F" thick tempered glass lens retained by eight steel clips with
full silicone gasketing around the perimeter.
Reflector Module: Specular Alzak optical segments are rigidly
mounted within a one-piece, die-cast low copper (<0.6% Cu)
aluminum alloy enclosure that attaches to the housing as
a one-piece module. Reflector module is field rotatable in
90 increments. AR model HPS and PMH sockets are porcelain
4KV pulse rated mogul base, MH sockets are porcelain mogul
base, pin-oriented, with molded silicone lamp stabilizer. SAR model
MH and HPS sockets are porcelain 4KV pulse rated medium base.
All reflector modules are factory prewired with quick-disconnect
plug and include silicone seal at the penetration of the internal
barrier wall in the luminaire housing.
Electrical Module: All electrical components are UL and CSA
recognized, mounted on a single plate and factory prewired with
quick-disconnect plugs. Electrical module attaches to housing with
no-tool hinges and latches, accessible by opening the lens frame
only. All ballasts are high power factor rated -20F. starting.
Support Arm: One-piece extruded aluminum with internal bolt guides
and fully radiussed top and bottom. Luminaire-to-pole attachment is
by internal draw bolts, and includes a pole reinforcing plate with wire
strain relief. Arm is circular cut for specified round pole.
Optional Wall Mounting: Large AR model mounted to poured
concrete walls only. A modified support arm is provided with side
access to allow field splices within the arm. A wall embedment
bracket is provided to accept draw bolts, and a trim plate covers the
wall-embedded junction box. All wall mount components are
finished to match the fixture. Small SAR model mounts to 3" or 4"
junction boxes by a cast aluminum adapter plate with fixture
mounting bolts.
NOTE: Junction box in wall must provide adequate fixture support.
See NEC sections 370-13, 17 and 410-14, 16. Quick-disconnect
plug and wiring are provided to allow field connections prior to SAR
fixture mounting.
Finish/color: Finish is Super TGIC thermoset polyester powder coat
paint, 2.5 mil nominal thickness, applied over a titanated zirconium
conversion coating; A.S.T.M. 2500 hour salt spray test endurance
rating. Standard colors are Black, Dark Bronze, Light Gray, Platinum
Silver, or White. Custom colors are available.
CAUTION: Fixtures must be grounded in accordance with national,
state, and/or local codes. Failure to do so may result in serious
personal injury.

Listings and Ratings


4G Vibration1
UL cUL 1598
25C Ambient
IP66 Rated
CE
ISO 9001:2000
Full-Cutoff2 with flat glass lens; Cutoff2 with convex glass lens
5K Cycle Tested
Dark Sky Legislation Compliant

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Option Specifications
See pages 12-15 for complete ordering information
Photocell Control: Large AR model supplied with a fully gasketed
receptacle above the electrical compartment for NEMA base
photocell (by others). For all multiple-fixture pole mountings with two or
three fixtures, one fixture has a receptacle to operate the others. Four
fixtures (250 watt or less) also require one fixture with a receptacle.
Four fixtures (400 watt) require two fixtures with receptacles. Small
SAR model supplied with an internal photocell with the sensor on the
fixture end facing the pole. For multiple-fixture pole mountings, one
fixture has a photocell to operate the others. Not available for SAR if
wall mounted (1W).
Convex Glass Lens (CGL): The F" thick clear convex tempered
glass lens replaces the standard flat glass lens. Provides increased lens
presence and provides a subtle improvement in uniformity where pole
spacing is extreme. Increases effectiveness of houseside shielding.
Polycarbonate Lens (LS): One-piece vacuum formed, clear, UV
stabilized convex polycarbonate, fully gasketed, replacing the
standard tempered glass lens. 250 watt maximum in AR model. AR
model may be used with 400 watt HPS in outdoor locations where
ambient air temperature during fixture operation will not exceed 85F.
CAUTION: Use only when vandalism is anticipated to be high. Useful
life is limited by UV discoloration from sunlight and metal halide lamps.
Houseside Shield (HS/HSC): Types II, III, and IV only. Fixtures with
the standard flat glass lens are available with stamped aluminum
louvers that pass streetside light and block houseside light, and a
blackened panel added to the reflector to reduce houseside
reflections. Fixtures with the optional convex glass lens are available
with a formed aluminum shield that passes streetside light and blocks
houseside light, and a black anodized panel added to the reflector to
reduce houseside reflections. Use with clear lamps only, as coated
lamps reduce effectiveness.

Tamper-Resistant Latch (TL): Standard die-cast latch is provided


with a captive 10-32 stainless steel flat socket-head screw to prevent
unauthorized opening. Required only for vandal protection in locations
where fixtures can be reached by unauthorized persons.
Horizontal Slipfitter Mount (HSF): Replaces standard mounting arm
with a slipfitter which allows AR or SAR model to be mounted to a
horizontal pole davit-arm with 2" pipe-size mounting end (2C" O.D.).
Cast aluminum clamp-type slipfitter with set screw anti-rotation lock.
Bolts to housing from inside the electrical compartment using
mounting holes for the standard support arm. Davit-arm must be field
drilled at a set screw location to insure against fixture rotation. Finished
to match fixture and arm.

AR photocell receptacle
NEMA base photocell (by others)

SAR photocell sensor


For pole mounted fixtures only

AR = 2K" (63.5 mm)


SAR = 1L" (44.5 mm)
Convex Glass Lens

Polycarbonate Lens
AR = 4" (101.6 mm)
SAR = 3" (76.2 mm)

Houseside Shield for


flat lens

Houseside Shield for


convex lens or
polycarbonate lens

Tamper-Resistant
Latch

Horizontal Slipfitter Mount

Davit-arm with 2"


pipe-size fixture mount
(by others)

Special Options for Street Lighting


Air Filter (AF): Allows for ventilation through the optical chamber,
filtering all air particles above 500 microns. Multi-layer disc assembly
mounted on solid wall between optical compartment and latch cavity.
Terminal Block (TB): (For field wire connections in AR model only.)
85AMP, 600V box clamp terminal block mounted to the housing
inside the electrical compartment. Accepts #14-4 wire. Factory
prewired to electrical module quick-disconnect plug.
Vertical Slipfitter Mounts (VSF/SVSF): Allows AR or SAR model
with standard support arm to be mounted to poles having a
2" pipe-size tenon (2C" O.D. x 4K" min. length). All mounting
configurations can be used (AR: 1A, 2B, 2L, 3T, 3Y, 4C or SAR:
1SA, 2SB, 2SL, 3ST, 3SY, 4SC). 4" square or round die-cast
aluminum with flush cap, secured by four C" stainless steel set point
allen screws, finished to match fixture and arm. NOTE: 3Y and 3SY
only available on round slipfitter.

Air Filter
Terminal Block

Detail

Pole with 2"


pipe-size tenon
(by others)

Stainless
steel
set screws
Round

Square
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Proportion Guide
70 to 400 Watt / 10' to 30' Poles
32'

30'

28'

26'

This proportion diagram is intended to help visualize and


select the best Archetype system to satisfy aesthetic
requirements. Remember, the pole height also affects
performance; the higher the fixture is mounted, the greater
the light throw. If poles are mounted on concrete pedestals
such as in parking lots, the height of the pedestal must be
considered in selecting the pole height.

AR Models:
150 to 400 Watt
20' to 30' poles

24'

22'

20'

18'

16'

SAR Models:
70 to 175 Watt
10' to 16' poles

14'

12'

10'

8'

6'

3C"

3C"

4"

4"

5"

6"

6"

4'

2'

GRADE
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ED-17 Clear
Medium Base (SAR only)

100

S-54

24000+

9500

E-23K Clear
Mogul Base (AR only)

150

S-55

24000+

16000

E-18 Clear
Mogul Base (AR only)

250

S-50

24000+

28500

E-18 Clear
Mogul Base (AR only)

400

S-51

24000+

50000

70

M-98

10000+

5700

ED-17 Coated
Medium Base (SAR only)

100

M-90

12000+

8500

ED-17 Coated
Medium Base (SAR only)

150

M-102

10000+

12000

BT-28 or ED-28 Clear


Mogul Base (AR only)

175

M-57

10000+

15000

250

M-58

10000+

23000

100HPS

150HPS

ED-17 Clear
Medium Base (SAR only)
250HPS

400HPS

METAL HALIDE
70MH
ED-17 Coated
Medium Base (SAR only)

100MH

150MH

175MH

ED-17 Clear
Medium Base (SAR only)
250MH
BT-28 or ED-28 Clear
Mogul Base (AR only)

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Max.
Amps.

6300

Starting
Amps.

Initial
Lumens 1

24000+

Open
Circuit

Life
(Hours)

S-62

HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM


70HPS
ED-17 Clear
Medium Base (SAR only)

Operating
Amps.

ANSI
Ballast
Type

70

Lamp

Voltage

Lamp
Watts

Lamp and Electrical Guide

120
208
240
277
347
120
208
240
277
347
120
208
240
277
347
480
120
208
240
277
347
480
120
208
240
277
347
480

0.81
0.47
0.40
0.35
0.30
1.15
0.67
0.58
0.50
0.39
1.65
0.95
0.83
0.72
0.56
0.42
2.50
1.50
1.30
1.10
0.93
0.63
3.80
2.20
1.90
1.70
1.32
0.97

1.45
0.85
0.75
0.65
0.55
2.20
1.25
1.10
0.85
0.70
2.80
1.60
1.40
1.25
0.92
0.70
1.70
1.00
0.85
0.75
0.70
0.45
2.00
1.20
0.95
0.85
0.70
0.55

0.75
0.45
0.37
0.35
0.30
1.30
0.75
0.65
0.60
0.45
2.00
1.15
1.00
0.85
0.52
0.50
1.65
0.95
0.80
0.70
0.60
0.40
3.30
1.80
1.50
1.40
1.00
0.75

1.45
0.85
0.75
0.65
0.55
2.20
1.25
1.10
0.85
0.70
2.80
1.60
1.40
1.25
0.92
0.70
2.50
1.50
1.30
1.10
0.93
0.63
3.80
2.20
1.90
1.70
1.32
0.97

120
208
240
277
347
120
208
240
277
347
120
208
240
277
347
120
208
240
277
347
480
120
208
240
277
347
480

.80
.46
.40
.35
.28
1.15
0.66
0.58
0.50
0.40
1.60
1.00
0.80
0.70
0.55
1.95
1.15
0.98
0.85
0.65
0.45
2.65
1.50
1.30
1.13
0.95
0.65

1.90
1.00
.90
.80
.65
2.30
1.40
1.15
1.00
1.00
3.65
2.10
1.80
1.58
1.25
1.6
1.00
0.82
0.72
0.70
0.45
2.50
1.58
1.25
1.10
1.05
0.65

.55
.30
.25
.25
.20
1.20
0.80
0.65
0.60
0.40
1.75
1.30
0.85
0.77
0.65
1.90
1.12
0.94
0.80
0.50
0.35
1.88
1.15
0.95
0.86
0.50
0.30

1.90
1.00
.90
.80
.65
2.30
1.40
1.15
1.00
1.00
3.65
2.10
1.80
1.58
1.25
1.95
1.15
0.98
0.85
0.70
0.45
2.65
1.58
1.30
1.13
1.05
0.65

PULSE START METAL HALIDE 2


250PMH
ED-28 Clear
Mogul Base (AR only)

250

M-138

11000+

23600

400

M-135

15000+

40000

400PMH
ED-28 Clear
Mogul Base (AR only)

1
2

Max.
Amps.

40000

Starting
Amps.

Initial
Lumens 1

20000+

Open
Circuit

Life
(Hours)

M-59

Operating
Amps.

ANSI
Ballast
Type

METAL HALIDE (continued)


400MH
ED-28 Clear
Mogul Base (AR only)

Voltage

Lamp
Watts
400

Lamp

120
208
240
277
347
480

3.94
2.20
1.93
1.69
1.40
1.00

3.20
1.80
1.60
1.50
1.05
0.75

2.50
1.40
1.20
1.00
1.20
0.90

3.94
2.20
1.93
1.69
1.40
1.00

120
208
240
277
347
480
120
208
240
277
347
480

2.50
1.45
1.25
1.10
0.98
0.62
3.80
2.20
1.90
1.65
1.35
1.00

1.40
0.80
0.70
0.65
0.75
0.62
2.20
1.50
1.10
0.95
0.75
0.60

1.90
1.10
0.96
0.85
0.45
0.32
2.85
1.65
1.45
1.25
1.10
0.75

2.50
1.45
1.25
1.10
0.98
0.62
3.80
2.20
1.90
1.65
1.35
1.00

All initial lumen values shown may vary, from one manufacturer to another. Consult lamp manufacturers data for exact lumen and life data.
Data provided is extracted from Venture Uni-Form product information.

NOTE: For lamp/ballast information outside of the U.S.A. and Canada, please consult your local Kim representative.
WARNING: Fixtures must be grounded in accordance with national, state, and/or local codes. Failure to do so may result in serious personal injury.
Lamps by others.

Application Engineering Services


Applications Assistance
Kim Lighting utilizes the latest computer technology and
software to provide specifiers with reliable evaluations of
lighting system performance. We can analyze a proposed
luminaire layout or provide recommendations based on
performance criteria.
Electronic copies of plans can be sent directly to
yyeager@hubbell-ltg.com. Hard copies can be sent by fax at
864-678-1743, or they can be mailed to Applications Dept,
701 Millennium Blvd, Greenville, SC 29607.
Photometric Files
Kim Lighting .ies format photometric files are available for use in
lighting calculation software. The complete IES File Library is on
the internet at www.kimlighting.com.

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