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PICTORIAL LUMINAIRE INDEX

4,,

INDUSTRIAL
.'i

,/ f

Fl,

fil . ,.,.
,i,
,1 ,." .ir .1 ,riihtr,i

Lrll rr

iT

/\

/xJ\

(.,
Bemote Balasl

Pq a6

MOUNTED Pg

CRANE

Ps

}a.3.6

Pq.

-\

44

s.

rfi:r
,ll

/t i',-":

'*= =F:J
LowrvrouNr

Pq

"..".
Al2

ijL^i

SBr

SUFFACE

,.a
N,!lNlMlTE

aoo

Pg. 423

LD

pn

-'.t, I
II

ll\EcLov!

''\

arl .:.-

Utttt',tOUltr

Pe

aTui
11r

VERSAGLOW

I
Pg. A24

es.

alZ

F1i.a::li:'-';=
.tll.---:'
t.t-nr-FFM
o"-,".ffi""*"."", -._,.,

\,;
lr'

A?o

PS

ISO

Pq Arb
416
UNIIVOUNT 400 Fq
uNrMuuNr4uu

:i, .iR-

CONSFBVA lco

eq 420
lvlOUNTEo Pq

400/1000 Ps 48.9

"nq;

I .-it \'

' I _ .',

./

LOWIMOUNT 150 Pe
LowrMouNTlso
Pa 415
415

't

r'

AISLEGLOW

"

owtr,rortNt

.l i

Pq AI9
Pg 54

.'/
pq.,Ata

'---.\

(<ft:

...,

'-;1., l{."'
"i

\-)

r:

li

UNIGLOW 150
- Pq A10

A7

uNlGLOw

or

.;

422
".

l ge. '

-)

.rffZrr..,

l:

,{/"t

'i"

,"\l
t J

.|,

-*i

MINIMOUNT Pg 426

MMERCIAL

DURAGLOW
with Reqressed Pan - Pq 434

LOWMOUNt 40o
Pan Pq A32

wLth Regressed

MINIMOI]NT
w lh Reqressed Pan

Pq. A35

PANELGLOW

Pq.436

HAZABDOUS

#,
,.':\

''

=<$-

Iti-

"or^.ooio-

*
\.

"n.

ur.

'-/

Fttr..caRo

Pq Br?

POWFI.GAFO
FLOODLIGHT - Pq. 410. 11

VEBSAFLOOO
P 40OC

POWEBFLOOO

see SUppLEMENT AT BAcK oF cATALoc FoR

P9.

Bl8

PRoDUcrs

Pq.819

fr

PICTORIAL LUMINAIRE INDEX

R\
@\
wL3
HLU

VLU

Pt. C2

P-154

P9. C3

Pg. C5
P9.

SBF-150

s5

HLX

Pg. C6

P-4OOC

Pq. C7

Pq. Ca

r-li'

1l-ril\
\ ---t

*-d

VEBSAFIOOD

P-r000c

POWEBFLOOO

.l

Pq.

QUABTZ-FLOOD 50O
Pq. C15

VEBSAFLOOD II

Cl0

Pg. Cg

Pq, C11

ouaBTz-FrooD

Ps. C13

15oo

Pq, C15

gP
DECASHIELD

Pg. 04, s

PlVl16

Pg. 011

PM-118

Pq- D12

DECAFLOOD FIO, PLO, ALO


Po. 02, 3
DECASHIETD

ll-

Ps.

r@
PAFKING AFEA

Pg. D,I3

FASHION CONE
- Pq. D14

WALKWAY BOLLABD

Ps_

015

- t-.-'--

\-M'25081

lV-250F1 CUTOFF

Pq. E2

,":_

\J

5-t:
--:r--=--]-

E6

M-250A2

ps.

M-400n2

P9. E10
Pg, S12

M-400n2 Culofl

iioolin,oo" "'rroo,
"n..,

Pq. S't3

M-1000

Pq. E11

M-250F2

ps. E3

P9. E4

M 25082 CUTOFF

see SUppLEMENTAT

\_--z

rv-z50a2 cuToFF

Pq. E7

HIGH MAST

Ps.
pg.

BAGK

Pq. E5

//t

L-:_,)
\g_---

Ei2
59

M-400A2

HtcH MAST SERV|CE


AND POLE

pq_

CUTOFF

Pq. Eg
Pg. S11

HOTST

E13
201 SA UNIT PACKS

oFcATALoc FoR

pq. E15

pnoDucrs

GOOD
qualities
Reliable, general service products are rated as "good" in this catalog, They have attractive
and are satisfactory for their purpose.

BETTER
',Better" products are higher grade and offer a greater number of attractive qualities, as well

quality
as some "plus" features. They are a recognized value and provide an appealing combination of

and pride.

BEST
Products rated as "best" in this catalog are highest grade and include many "plus" features
that provide owning and operating advantages. They have good qualities in the highest degree and
ofier a number of accessories and options.

FOr CATALOG NUMBER INDEX ANd CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT SALES DIVISION OFFICES'

see inside back cover.

and Duraglow (with standard 55o Ballast)


LUMINAtRE SELECTION GUIDE: Filterglow
jnO rowmo.rrr' tum naires mahrnn rhFr cI -;nrp l.r nosr nduslr a' aDDricanons.
Ihere a,e nLFero-s teatu.es bu I rnto lhe Ti'tergtow(, Ouragtow"
;,.,, ;;;rdiiicd E?rillereiiiiia -mina,ro,ii"rew rnie avairau e ootrons ro obrain the besr,esJrrs.
roL"o i,il i*iirriiioli- rltiis;i;;;;;;
'n
BALLAST toaqes G2-5)
EveryHlD lamp req! ires ils own ballasl

These 'ealu'ss insLrro

whch

FILTER

ssoc and 650c ;ire slandard

acnon wilr lasl rndelFrlelv Eacr hre the lu'nrnaire


is lurned on the air insrde lhe oolcal assemolv wirl elpand and be driven
.'r rh'6'oh rhe li er When rhe,uminaire rs lu'ned ofi, ai e_onle'ino lhe
i.m,ni,re-wrllalso oass Ihrouqr rre liler er'mrnalinq al a'rborle conlaminants
ind oases. wilh a litered ludraire r.e orlv drrl oeprec drron wilr be due lo dirl
.6llFinno on lhe ourside sJrlace ot lhe olass. Th.s resulls n less than I0%
llsht losibetween relampings.

rs available lor all ol lhe com_


mon vollaoes. TemDeralure limils of

ThF tihcr

!n GE ,uminares rs maoe ol acl,valeo charcoal. lJnder


lle I ller

noimal aondiliona

for
soecra aDplrcalrons 9OoC ballasls are
ava lable rn cerlain tpes. For higher
ambienl condilons, ballasls mav be

remotely mounled. Noise criteria is

'l

OPEN OR SEALED
FILTEFED LUMINAIRE

The Frlte,olow lumina e is sealed


and lillered Only Periodic cleanina of lh outside ol the door qlass
is necessary Eelore solclinq an
ooen umrnaire delermine lhe chaF

acterLsticsol the dirl and conlaminants


n the sDace. An orly alnosphere is

lhe worsl conditon especially il


lumrna res are lurned oif and on each

ADDITIONAL FEATURES
ANO ACCESSOBIES
Safety chains and wire quards, Page
A29.

Unus!al aimosoheres, paoe A27


Wet locations, pase A27.
MOUNTING ABBANGEMENTS
tpaqes A25, A28-291
Selecl the besl aranqemenl lor ease
ol insrallation and lixture maintenance

LUMINAIFE DIMENSIONS
(paqe 46)
AOJUSTABLE SOCKET
DuraqLow and Fillerglow l!minaires
are eoLriooed wilh an 11 siep adjuslable sochel. Th,s rs facloryset, bul may
be lield adjusled lo provide the opti
mum beam soread ioreach lamPtvpe
and luninaire spacinq. Belore in-

stallina the ootcal assemblv lhe


socleaseh,nq sho!ld be !erl,ed
REFLECIOR FINISH
The Frllerolow and Ouraqiow lumin_
atres have

relleclor wrth an ALG

LASC_

linish. An ALGLASlinished reilector


is sdoerlor to an Alzakl-Jinished reileclor bv several percenlaoe potnts
Ln addrrron wrth DroDer cleaninq lhe
ALGLASJ|nished reflctor can always
bo reslored to ils orisinal condrton. An
a Takjrnrshed relleclor is more difticultio clean once the linish begins io

BEFLECTOF SIZE

The 17 refleclor provrdes the widest


b6am soread and besl lamo shied,no Thi 22 relleclor should onlv be
us;d lor hrsh bay rnsta lal ons where
the mounlinq heiqhl is grealer lhan
ALGLAS

ALGLAS is a thn tlexible coatinq


olvery h qhquallyqlass The finjshed

rerlecior is diooed rn a s licale solu


r,.n .lnFd and heat lreated io lorm
the bonded ALGLASsurtace ALGLAS
wrllnol chro orcrack.nd has lhe same
chemical slabrl ly as borosi ic.le
oriss Because oi the manner inwhich
it rs lormed. lhe alass sudace s eiremely smooih and easy to clean

ffi

Electron microscope photo


- rnagnification 35,000

LOWMOUNT & CONSEBVA' 150 LUMINAIBES

ih; lo;mo,nr rnd Conserva rLni.aires are des,sred lor nternediate lo


heighls
loi mou-lno he,qhls W,l" prop' larp selecton. hiqher nountng
thE reduces
aoircu ire ttie arqe rer; aclor conceals lhe lamp b'igrhess
o;;k 6nohtnessol tnelumr_ai'eaIowrnqd m rcl wrde'bear spresdwfho'rl
asidclaleO dtare The w'de beam pro! des nisrer verlrcal rllunination rvels
lili is eioeiratv imqonant,n ndcar.eshops assenbrv areas and wa'ehouss

aie

rhF

BALLAST
Se ecl theballasl tol llheproperlamp
tvoe Determ ne whetherthe lumina re
daes a base{D or baseiown lamP
REFRACTOR
There are two sizes of refractors. The

Laroer relraclor (Lowmounl 400


lLr;'narershould be dsed w th lamDs
havrno n excess oi 20000 luflrens.
The c;a ler reira.ior lLowmounl 150

and Conserua 150 lumina rcsl should


be used with lamos havinq ess lhan
2O.OOO lir mens. Rellaclols are normal v
made oi acrvl,c For aoDlicat ons such
where add t onal
slren-,lth is requrred a LEvTAN! po v_
carbonate rsrn rekactor rs availsble
Data subject ta change wnhaut

tutico

a Reoistered Iraoemaft or Crera,

r Pro-ortlarv le

ol

Elctic Companv

Aluninur Co.npa.v olArne'ca

All cala os nunbe s oprro-s and modrficatrons in seclon A are JL trsted Lntess

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY


Filterglow
(Dimensions)

TA

Duraglow

!.......

Uniglow400/1000(Enctosed) .......
Uniglow 400/1000 (Open). .. .. ... ..,
Uniglow 150 . . ..
Aisleglow

rp*GHB"...... ... :..... :.. :...


INDUSTRIAL LOW BAY
Lowmountll ......

Lowmount4O0........

Remote Ballasted Lowmount 400


Lowmount 150 .. .
.

Unimount400/150

owl ..

o* SBI
o*SBl

............

Lineglow
Surface Mounti;d .. . .. .. . . .. ..
Catalog Number Logic . . . . .. ..
Conserva 150 .. ..
Minimite (Open and Enclosed). .
Versaglow 150 and 250
Hanging Hardware
Minimount
Factory Modification Data ... . . .
Accessories
Remote Energy Management . . .
.

Ti

sPAclNG CRITEaloN (sc)

lornerr)

42,3 C771N through C776N

GEA-8886

44,5 C771N through

GEA-8887

A6

(Dimensions)
Remote_ Ballasted Filterglow/Duraglow
Crane Mounted

T'l

INDUSTRIAL LUMINAIRES

A6
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
41 1
S3

CZ76N

c771N, C772N
c740G, C778N, C779N, CZ81N, CZ83N
E1

trt

E2
E3

GHB

.
412 c768N
.
A13 c764N, C766N, C768N
. A14 c764N
.
Al3 c764N, C766N, C768N
. 416, 17 E4
. A18 c643N, C644N
.
A19 c588N, C589c
.s4
SBI
.
420 c564N
.
A20 MX
.
421
.
422 V1
. A23 V1 and V2
.
424 V1 and V3
.
425 v1000, v2000, c740c
.
A26 C795N
.
427
. 424,29 c740G, C882c
A30,31

EA-9716
GEA-10782
GEA-10782
G EA-10439
G EA-10751
GEA-l 1567
G

EA-l 1 284
GEA-9219
G

EA-9219

GEA-l0919
GEA-1 1052
G EA-.1

480

GEA-1 1480

gEA 10152
G EA-101 95
GEA-9763
GEA-10035
G

EA-9407

crn-iosJa

va. s MH rs.aclassrrcaronsysrpno.,.rerio,run,na.resthatgrve:r-emeasurenentort-emd\rnrnpossrotpLrrna..F<pdcinq

COMMERCIAL LUMINAIRES
PAGE

Lowmount 400 with Regressed Pan .


Lowmount 150 with Flat Pan .. .. . .

Duraglowwith Regressed Pan. ....


Econoglowwith Flat Pan,........
Minimount with Regressed Pan . . . .
Panelglow
Accessories

-a

CATALOG NUMBEB

A32 C8Z0N
A33 V1 and V4
A34 C870N
A35 C870N
A35 C866N
A36 C677N, C866c
A37 C866G, C882G

PRODUCT

BULIETIN

GEA-9670
GE4-9670
GEA-9657
GEA-9761
GEA-9993
GEA-96s8
GEA-9659

?'\
Data sLbject ta chanse

see SUppLEMENT AT BAcK oF cATALoc FoR

@, pRoDucrs.

wtthott narae

FILTERGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY

Listed in GEAa86 (Slead iluxr ballasled luminaires listed in GEA-97031

Cat. No.l
tLsss

cat. No.

BALLAST
272

120
204

274

240
277

c776N271

c776N300

120

301

204
244

302
303

4OO

G2 and G1O)

WATT
1T

Sieadilux

55

c559NrtO1

c763G103
103
103

402
403
404
405

11

55

52

277

r03

c781N601

c783G207

602
603
604

207
207
207
207

c781N600

c743G207

4AO

c776N310

480

l1

22

65

LS

WA
c776N102
104
103
105

22

124
208

55

43

c658N700
701

244

702

277
480

703

c776N402

120

404
403
405

204
244

0.7

22

c781N402

65

c783G202
202
202
202
202

405

c783G202
202
202
202

c658N700

c783G105

701

105
105
105

44
403

4AO

149

120
2aa

r48

240

c776N147

1.0

17

55

37

702
703

150

704

419
418

12a
204
244

420

277

c776N222
224
223
225

120
208

c7?6N417

1.0

17

65

42

c7E1N402
404
403
405
406

c783G105
105
105
105

c658N700

c783G103

701

r03

240

702

277
480

703

103
103
103

c776N462

124

464
463
465
466

208

244
277
440

1.4

1T

37

704
729
17

42

c781N402
404
403
405
406

c783G103
103
103
103
103

t73
c783G103
103
103
103
103

c774N102
104
103
105
106
111

c773N152

.
.

For Mounlins and olhsr


Accossories, seo prgo 428-29
For Bemote Mounling se

566 pas AO tor dimensions

154
153
155
156
170

c773N432
434
433
435
436

Datasubieet to chahae w hod nonce


,.:\ Ihecalajoo nUmbe6. oolions' and
{tl I mod,',caroN shown on th,s paoe ., e uL

\Y 6,ed trressorhetuBe ioid


rR.s'sle,edTGdma*olGeie6lEl*lrcConpany

c783G211
211

2tl
211
211
211

c783G111
111
111
111
111

ltt
c783c't't

111
111
111
111
111

FILTERGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY

l 'il

Cai. No.1

400

c772N102

120

104

208

t03

240

105
106
117

480

46

c783G21r
211
211
211
211

46
46
46

277

1000 w Merar Haride (Crear)

waTt

c771N227
229
224

?.i

230
231

120
208
24A
277
480

1.5

27
27
27

17

c655N500

c783G107

501

107
107
107
107
107

s02
503
504

2T

27

400 w l/terar H.ride tcrear]

o7

c7a3G207
c7e3c111
c783G109

11

13

t6

c7s3Gt05

250 W Meral Halide (crear)

1000

Fq

The only variation between standard optical assemblies of the same size
(17- or 22-inch) is socket setting. lf the SC desired is not shown under Ordering
lnformation, refer to Photometric Data table. Find the desired SC, socket setting,
reflector size and select proper opticalassembly catalog numberfrom Photometric
Datatable. The combination of proper ballastassembly (selected from component
assembly under Ordering lnformation) and this optical will give desired photometrics. Order the ballast and optical components both.
lf optical assembly selected is not a stock item, socket position on standard
stockable optical assemply can be easily changed in the f ield to desired position
for small lots

w Mercury tPhosohoFcoaiedl

10

c7a3G211

c783G207
400 W nIs.cu.y (Phosphorcoated)

c783G2t

1.0

t5

c783G111
c7a3ct 07

19

c783G103

***

Mu

ivolt !n t

selection

perrnils customer
lour

of any one ol

vo \ages 120/2OA/24O /277


, Lamp is ven ca base up
, Notavai able wth switched quartz.
3

What Changos

Oly.
1A
25
1a
25
10

Min.

250 watl Steadilux

250 wait meta halide


Tw n 400 watr metalhalide
80oC ambient 250 watt or
400 watt Lucalox ava lable 208 or 240 volt and
NPF reactoronly (no swilched qlartzJ
Shie d lor no upriqht
Slde-on pr mary drsconnecl

10

Ballasl

Oplical

v,

,/
,.
".
,.

rMeia halide ballast suitab e for

on of mercLry or metal
'For .dd t ona F lterqlow umts
.are daln cee Drri.low' rmF
operal

naire page A5. Any D-uraalow u


nr na re c!rue (where an equ valent F terqiow uminaire c!rve

2reqd

does not e^ st) may be used lor


F lterglow lum.a re by reducinq

conlacl

Llcalox metalhatde

650C arnbient for 1000 watr

5v/

Fn
(See page

427lor desc.ipton

Fuse(sl (Not available w th multvolt)


Aulomaiic sw tched quartz instant/on salely tiqhting (Nol
availabe witlr 400 watt.4A0 volt Steadll! xa ballasted

Non-switched quartz (Not UL isted.)


Non-swilched qlartz (UL isted l

10

25
10

@t 400watt Llcalox hot

4.7

lamo reslart

O.ta subi.ct to chanse ||ithaut nance

/ ljr l mod r ch;5 sho,n s,h6 oaqe euL


\1,/ 6red unre$ o'hetu se nded
i Feg neGd TGdemalk or Gned el{lnc Comqny

DURAGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY

Listed n cEA887 (Steadiluxoballasted luminaires listed in GEA-9703)

I
Cal. No.

STEADILUX BALLAST
'120

4OO

WATT

(For descnplro. and elecilcal dala see pase G2 and

c776N67'l
472

208

c559N401
40?

673

240

403

674

277

1T

43

0)

c783G1s3
153
153

404
405

1.1

353

120
208
240
277

c776N365

440

1.1

c776N350
351

352

51

22

22

65

c781N801

c783G257

602
603
604
505

257
257
257

c781N660

c743G257

c656N700

c783G252

c776N602

120

604
603
605

204
240

701

277

703

c776N902

120
204
244

904
903
905

702

o.7

22

65

40

277

c776N6zt7

120

649
648
650

208
24A
277

1.0

17

55

34

7M

252
c783G252
252

c658N700

c783G155

702
703

r55
c783G155

r20
208

c781N402
404

9i8

240

403

1.0

17

65

39

920

c774N722

120
208
240

724

723
725
726
c776N962
984
93
965
968

1.4

17

34

ulo5

155
155
155

c658N700

c783G153

701

153
153
153
153

702
703

277
440

124
204
240

704
1.4

17

65

39

c78'tN402
404

480

LSNI
c783G153

2aa

401

8't 9

240

402

420

403

421

277
480

153
153
153

404

r53

c774N802

124

c779N802

604
603
605
606

208
240
277

c783G261
251
261

124

818

SPECIFICATION CHECK

,/ Bussed,

di-cast ballast

", Adjuslable socket. bulll'in


,/ALGLAS' irnrsh on laceled

Accossories, se paq6s A28-29


For Amote MounlinS see

. Soo pags

AO

054
653
655
656

vrhout no.E
Ihecalaloo numbe's. oorions. and

Dats subj@t to chans.

)mod,rcaroi!sho*nonih,spaeearuL
lisrd unle* othetuie. iored
Rer isl6d T.ademad( ol G.^.al El&l c Ooh oa.y

[.

25

22

11

55

43

804
803
805
806
439

440

120
204
240

1.1

11

55

25

c656N600
601
602
503
604
819

277

480
25

c773N932

120

934

2aa

c056N7(X)
701

240

702

277

703

4ao

7U

1.1

261

241

LSNI
17

lor dlmenslons

935
936

/i\
(t t
\!r'
!

17

WATT ME] AL HALIDE3


c773N652

. For Mountins and olhor

1.4

HALIDE3

Open, ventilaled oplical


Unlque optical slidinq
disconnect, qulck, positive

153
153
153

c658N400

c776N817

c783G153

403
405
405

WATT LUCALOX

,.

252
252

701

919

440

252

c781N402
444
403
405
406

c776N917

!l21

17

11

c783G161
161
161
161

l6l
c783G161

161
161
161
101

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY

DURAGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

^rl
c772N602

124

604
603
605
606

208
240
277
480

c783G261
261
261

261
261

AT

c783G252
c783G155
c7a3Gt 53

10
14

c783G151

261
250 W Lucalox (Difluss)
c771N727
729

-1

c783G157

08

157
157

10

23
23

724

i57

730
731

23

157

c783Gr 6l
c783Gt 57
c783Gt 53

1.2

14
1000

w lveral Hslids (cle.rl

1000 w Meral Halide (PhosDhoFcoatedl

+4\

The only variation between standard optical assemblies of the same size
(17- or 22-inch') is socket setting. lf the SC desired is not shown under Ordering
ln{ormation, refer to Photometric Data table. Find the desired SC, socket setting,
reflector size and select proper optical assembly catalog number from Photometric Data table. The combination of proper ballast assembly (selected from
component assembly under Ordering lnformation)and this opticalwill give desired
photometrics. Order the ballast and optical components both.
lf optical assembly selected is not a stock item, socket position on standard
stockable optical assembly can be easily changed in the field to desired position
for small lots.

1l

c783G261

4743G257

la

c743G161

400 $/ Meial Halid {Clear)

o7

c783G257

11

c783G161

13

c783G159

4OOW M6r6l Halids (PhosphoFCoared)

12
15

c783G161
c783Gt 59

c783G155
1000 w Mercury (PhosphoFcoatsd)

;-T-;T/T,-,'o;lc*"crr
ts I t

Whal Chanqs

Qty10
25
25
10/

Min.

250 watt Stead lux


Tw n 400 watt metal hal de
80oC ambient 250 watl or
400 watt Luca ox avai ab e 208 or ?40 volt and NPF reaclor
on y (no swiiched quariz)
Shie d ior no !plight
S ide on primary disconnect
65oC amb ent lor 1000 watt Luca

ox

meial halde

Aallasl

Oplical

v'
v.

,.

I zz lzstz+gy)crcaazy

400 W Mercury (PhosphoFCoatodl


Q7

c783G261

10
15

c7a3c161
c7a3G157
c7e3Gr 53

2reqd

t0
lvu tvolt unil perm ts clstomer
select on oi any one oi lour

ti*

5/.

vallaees 1 2A I 2OA/ 2 4Q I 27
s verlicalbase up

rLamp
?
3

-rr!\

Notava labl w thswitched q!a.tz.


Meia halide bal asl suilab e ior
operaton o{ rnercury or melal

(See page A27 fordescr piion )


FuseGl (Nol ava ab e with muriivoll l
Aulomatc swilched quartz instant/on safely liqht ng (Not
avaiable w th 400 watt,480vo t Sieadiluxrbalasted
Non swrtclred ouartz (Not UL lisled
Non switched quarrz {UL listed )

1Q
25
1A

,/
/.
,/

ft
l.rd

f Ur
car,o;s sho'"on1h,soaoea,e!L
r s'ed u^re*orhsmEe ndkd
i Fss si6rdlradomad ol GonGr Eref cc.mp.iy
Tradenarkor Generar ELecr c compaf, y

\1r'

INDUSTBIAL HIGH BAY

FILTERGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

DURAGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

(in inches)

SINGLE
SMALL BALLAST HOUSING

c6xxNxxx

17 Dia

At

At

30

17-%

9 sq.

29-%

17-,,1

9 sq.

3A-y

23-h

22Da

25o wan I Lr.alori55"C and 65oC


watt Lucalox,55oCand some 65oC units

22-

250 wan Lucalox 55oC and 65oC


400 watt Lucalox.55oC
400 wali mercury, 55o and 65oC
4OO wati metalha ide.55o and 65oC

4OO

(idlrnensionscritical contaclfaclory.)
4O0 watt mercury,55o and 65oC
400 wali metal halide. 55o and 65oC

Automalically-swilched instant/on saf ety I ghling-quartzl


400 watr and below,55oc amblentt

Auromaticaly-switched nstanVonsatetyli9hting-quartz:
400 wat and below,55oc ambientf
Weatherproot and severe duiy ior all above ratinqs

SINGLE
LARGE BALLAST HOUSING
STEAOILUX'

C559NXXX

17 Dia

29-t

31-l

17-%

rG% Sq.

22 Dia.

29-'/z

31-"1

23-%

CTXXNXXX

17

llia

22 Ota.

2SOwatt L0calox aooc


400 wall Llcalox some 65'C Ln ts and aooc
I0O0 walt mercury. metal ha ide, Lucalox
Weatherproot d ustprooi: for all above tinss
Severe-duty: tor all above ralinss
Fusing:400walt Llcalox,65oC;a I 1000 watt un ts
Automatically-switched instanl/on salety liqhiins{uartz:
65oC ambient and a I 1000 watt un tst
Sleadil!x llse AA dimensio.lorall

29
2s,,tr

17-%
31-"1

c
10-%

sq.

22%

2s0 watr Lucalox aooc


400 wari Lucalox.65oc and 80oc
1000 watl mercury, meial halide, LLrcalox
Fusing: 400 wah Luca ox 65oct all 1 0OO watt un ils
Automatically-switched instanl/on saf ety liqhuns{uariz:
65oC ambientand a I 1000 wat uniist

Steadilux:Use AAdimension lor a

ON LOW PROFILE, RIGID MOUNTING IS NECESSARY TO ASSURE LEVEL OPERATING POSITION.


B

LOW PROFILE

1T Oia.

21-k

23.1,1

17'Vr

26-

22 Dia

21-%

23-%

23-h

29-%

400 and 1000 wari mercury. metal ha ide, Lucalox


weatherprool lor lhe above
Severe'duty tor the above

Auiomatica ly-swilched inslant/on salety lishlins-quartzt

NON-BALLASTED OPTICAL
(Dimensions in inches include optical mounting box.)
NON.BALLASTED OPTICAL
Optical

tWhen optcai assembly contains a quarlz socket (swtched


or non-switchedl. an additona 1-% must be added to the

102r

So.-r

Atsembly

-...+-/\i

fuur\rlljJtd

._

overalLhelqht dle to doub e siackdisconneci.


fo lowing
ts wil have AA mther than A d rnens on
'rn
due 1o the necessily
ol add ng a collar beiween balasl

'The

!iil,-la"

AIL I OOO-walt

WxnrWlr
Ba lasl dlmensions rnciude male conneclor
Data subtEt to chanse ||ithaut notbe
{FesisredTddero&olGeredr Ereclnc

ComFny

Lu..lox unils

17 Oia.

20-h

22-h

17-k

26-%

21-%

23-%

22-

29-)6

400 and 100owatt mercury, mera hallde, Lucalox

Auromatically-switched inst3nl/on safety ighung-quartzt

CRANE-MOUNTED LUMINAIRE

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY

Lisred n GEA S716

(Order one cataloq n!mber lrom each catsory belowl

+'1

This bracket will lit large ballast qdy.

1. BALLAST MOUNTING BRACKET

VEFT CAL SURFACE MOUNTING

c740G160

(in inches)
Fiherglow/Duraqlow Luminaire Ballast Assemblies
Verlical Surlace Mountinq

%" sLoTs
(2)

%" BOLTS

(See paqe A27lor descriplion.)


Horizontal Surlace Mounlinq

r0%"

so

F!se(s) (Noi avaiab e w th mu tvo I


Auiomai c sw iched quartz
nstanvon saiety I qhting
Non'switched quadz (Nor UL

HOLES
%6" BOLTS

,lP1

See Renrote Ba lasled F lterglow/


Duraslow unrinaires on pas 46
21/,"

rBa l.sts rate.llor 65'C

REMOTE

3. SAFETY CHAIN

CONNECTOR
Cord Lenqrh {fi.1

c740G260

261

BALLAST ASSEMBLY
c740G411

262

4. LUMINAIRE

OPTICAL ASSEMBLY

400 WATT (AC Power Supply)

BALLAST

l-_ \

NMd

pq.t

BALLAST

MoIal Halideor Morcury

55.C

120
208

244
277

5.

&
OPTICAL

(pictured with
remote power
connector order
separately)

c781N402
404

c779N202

403
405

204

?03
205

)fl
Aell. Dia.

Filtrqlowo Luminaire

sc
10
1.1

16
10

17

5
3

lt
l1

c783G105

c783G155

103

153

111

161

105

155

111

161

107

Daldsubldcllachangd\|nhaulna|co

{Ut )mdd dhnsho*noiih3

eaqe

uL

\j)/ Lsrd u^r6s5 o'h.tufe nored 'e


; F6! sr6rd Trrd6na* or Gn.Er Ererr c company
rradema4 or Generar El&r'Lc Company

u N rG LOW@ 400/1
sEA-10782

000

LU M r NAt R E (E NCLOS ED OPTTCAL)

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY

Listed in

Cai. No.

E1000-E2

E110tSE2
E120'tSE2

ETOOGE2

E1301SE2

E100qE2

Er401SE2
EI

ElOOo'E2

E1140SE7

E14405E7
E1540SE7

Eto40sE7

E1125SE7
E1425SE7
E1525SE7

Ell01ME2

120

E1201ME2

2AA

E1301ME2
Et401ME2

240

El140ME7

120
277
480

15

277
480

1.3

E1440ME7
E1540ME7

WATT

Bemote ballasted meta!

55

17

48

E#101M
E#201M
E#301M
E#401M

ElOOGE2
E1000-E2
E1000-E2
E1000-E2

24

E-l40M

ElOOGET
E1000-E7

E-440M
E-540M
E-04,0M

E't

E-440C
E-540C

ElOOGET
ElOOGET

E-040c

000'E7

I\

E1440CE7
E1540CE7

Min.
Qtv.

2.O

55

17

Min.
Qly.
5"'
2/
5r'
5,/

{See pase 427 lor desciption.l


- F'rse(s) (Notavailable wiih multivolt.l
Automatic swilched quartz instant/on salety lighting
Non-switched quartz (Not UL listed)

21

,l

Whsl Chansss

Bsllast

Optical

(in inches)

halide, mercury and Lucalox

(il cable length from ballast


to opucalis no longer than

Smlllaslbsl Hoodng E

Cat. No.

Laruo

g.ltrst

Housing Ell Cat. No.

Followlng items required:

2 liem

1.1 orL.2(paqeA29)

Ballasl -(U n iglow' lu minalre ballastcannot be


used). lf Fillerglows/
Dulaslow'lum nane ballast is used. then male
connector only lrom item
E (paqe A28) isalso needed.
C!storner fu rnishes cab e.
65oC (except 1000 wati
L'rcalox) 40Owall Lucalox
and 1000 wat meralhalide
and rnercurywill be large

Units availablewilh
slide-on primary eleclrical

250 watr meralhalide


1000 watl mercury
208 voliand 24Ovoll lor

5
B DIA

!-

'ThsfolownsunilswillhavMrclhorlhanAdimensionduelolhenecessityotaddnqaco

1,.

nod'rcar'o$

shown

o.

rh

, oao.' uL

uid uiressorheR,so nord

lm

slandardl000wahLucaloxandmtal

F96reed Tmdsal,,

Fromb^

arbtweenballasthousinsandcover.A

zo0 wafi MetalHalide (clearl

250-400 walt Lucalox (Clear)

10

ft t
\jr'

REMOTE BALLASTED

haride un ts or lhose with any modil carion and arrlo0o waft mercury unirs wilh swilched quarrz

Dalasub]ellochdhgewnhoulnotice
/i\ Th. .{. oo nudb6'3. oorcni. and
3

DtA _

m
I

E-

or

ol

Gsqd

Aluminm

ElctE Compan/

Cm'e

ol

A@ica

35-177120

1.5

17

250 Wail Msral Halido (clearl

35-177122

UNTGLOW@ 400/1

lOn-SiEDl rNDUsrRraL HrcH BAY

000 LUMTNATRE (OPEN OPTTCAL)

Cat. No-,

WATT
120

E1101SV2
E1201SV2

11

22

55

E*101S

51

E#201S

E1301SVz

204
240

E1401SV2

277

E#401S

E100GV2
E100GV2

E#30is

E1000-v2
E10d)-v2

E*501S

E1501SV2

E100GV7

E1r40SV7
E14rt0sv7

E1000-v7
E1000,v7
E1000-v7

E1540SV7
E1040SV7

Drl

250
120
277
480

E1r25SV7
E1425SV7

E1525SW

1.5

55

17

26

E1000,v7
E1000-v7
E1000-v7

E-1255
E-4255
E-525S

E1025SV7

E100GV2

E1101MV2
E1201MV2
E1301MVz
E1401MV2
E1501MV2

E1000,v2

El000-v2
E1000-v2

E1440MV7
Et540MV7

t3

277
480

E1440CV7

El54oCV7

55

1T

22

E1000,v7

E-440C
E-540C

E100GV7

For MounlinS and orhr


Accessories, soe pages A28 29

WhatChdngos

Ballast

Qtv.
(See page 42 7 lor descrlption.)
Fuse(sl (Notavaiab e with m!llivo

optic8l

Automatic switched quarlz instanvon safety ighnns


Non swilched quarlz (Not UL lisled)

(in inches)

**t

Larq Ballast Housinq E* Cat. No.

Small Ballasl Housinq E- Cal. No.

Mu t vo t unit perm ts cLrstomer

seleclon oi any one ol lour


\ ollaqes 1 2D I 2AA I 24O I 2T 7
I Lamp isvriical base Lp

Reilecior assembly rs noi


rnounted to balasl housing at
the laclory socket s preset n
posiuonshown nba last housins

S nce socket s adtlsiable


verily app icablliy foryorr par
licu ar applcation
I E+ cata og n'rmbers are large

ballast hous nqs,

E'

cala os
asl

numbers are small ba

,t.l\

B DIA

B DIA.

I pos.

oia.

curve r,ro.'

1000 watr Lucalo! (Clearl

ffi

r"

250-0

]A
wat

enc

osed unris

by

reduc nq

REMOTE BALLASTED

'Thelolownsunilswr haveAAratherthanAdinens,onduelolhenecesstoraddnsacoarbehveenbaLasthousnAa^dcoverA
halde unirs or those with any modir car on and all 10m wat me.c

ffisc

'These curves may be used for

sc

standardlooowallLu.aloxandnetal

Pos. pi.. I

---fs*-T-R.r.T(clead
watr
1000

cuN6 No..

Msral Halid6

400 Wah Mlal Halid6 (Clsa.)

'']'3.t,,'a

Lucalox (clear)

OT
1.0

35-177AA4
35-1T6TA2

15
17

35176777

1000 watl Mrcury (PhosphoFcoalodj


400 wall Mrcury (PhosphoFcoated)

Ihe.ara oa numbe's oorof,s.and


I^lrl ] mod kdrcNsho.non,hE paoere uL
\1r' ned un .$ orheR6p ioied
r
Reshlered Tdema,{ ol Gensa E {lr c Company
t ftoDr eLr/ iem ot Alufr ium clmprny ol Anen

UNIGLOW@

50 LUMINAIRES

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY

Lisred in GEA-10439

r-l

Cal. No.'
c8r- No.

E21r55E6
E22155E6

E2000-E6
E2000-E6

E2315SE6

E2000E6

E24155E6

E2000-E6
E2000-E6

E2515SE6

MET

. For Mountins and olhd A@sorie6.


s paqes 428'29
Qlv.
Remote ballasled metal
halide, mercury and L!calox
(it cable ensth from ballast
to oplical s no longer than

Followinq items required

1 Slan.trr.l n.ticrl

2. ltem L I or 1.2 (page A29)


3. Aallast-(Uniqlow lumln-

aire ballastcan.ot be
used) lf Filterglow0/

E2125ME6
E2225ME6
E2325ME6

E2000-E6
EzOOGE5
E2000-E6

E2425ME6

E2@GE6

E2525ME6
E2025ME6

E2@O-E6

E2117ME6

E2217ME6
E2317ME6

82000-E6
820@"E6
E20@E6

E24l7ME6

E2OOGE6

E2517ME6

E2(x)GE6

E2115SV6
E2215SV6
E2315SV6
E2415SV6
E2515SV6

E20@V6

E2OOGE6

E20@-V6
E200GV6
E200GV6
E2@0-V6

Duraslowoluminaire

ballast is used. then male


connector on ly from item E
ipage A28l is also needed
Customer rurnishes cable
65oC ambienl available
torallralings shown
70 wah Lucalox (all voltagesl
lOO wait Luca ox (al

Min.

olv.
5

(See page A27 tordescriplion )


Fuse(s) (Noi available with multivoll.l
- Hot Lamp Restart avalableinal voltages and moltvoll
tor 70. 100 and 150 watt(55 voLi lampl Lucalox (Beactor

For 175and 250 watt mercury


units, use metal halide bal ast
with open oplical E2OO0 v6.
(Do not use this open optical

Automatic swilched quarlz insiani/on salety


Non-switched quartz (Not UL listed)

lishtiis

Whsl Chan!6s

Bsllast

Optical

5
2

(in inches)
** *

Muliivo t unii permits cusiomer

selection of any one of lour


!a lages 124/2O8/24Q /277

rLamp is venicalbase up.

3.1/8-

(
A DIA

REMOTE BALLASTED

catalog numbers are smallballasl housinq (9


Sq.) Whenever n4essary the larger ballasl housinq
(10'% Sq.) w ll be rsed and ballast calalos num
berwiilbe E+ii.e., a lLucalox un lswilh instant/on
autornairc swilched qrartz wil be larger ballast
housing and dimension A willbe 1-% less.

'E-

Data

suhidt ra ahsnqe *ithaut nance

fU I mod'r'6!o;s,ho*" d h6 pao &


\1r' rr6d unrsss orh '5e nded

uL

aResinsdTr*iErk olGsFd Elctr Oomoiy


t Plqieiaa tm or A!mitum cmBnv ol Ansim

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY

i:

AISLEGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

E31{tSV?

E300GV7

E3240SV7

E300GV7
E300GV7

E3340SV7

3440SV7

E3000-v7

E3srnsV7

E3000v7

E3125SV7
E322sSW

E300GV7

E3325SV7

E30qlv7

3425SV7
E35255V7

E3oOO-V7

E3000-v?
E300GV7

E300GV7
E3000-v7

83140MV7

E32l('MV7

1'

E30oGV7

E334{)irV7
E34rnMV7
E3540MV7

E300GV7
E300GV7

WhalChanoos
Qrv.

Ballasi

Oplic.l

(See pase A27 lor descnption.)

F!se(s) (Notavailable wilh m!ltivoli.)


Aulomatic swilched quartz instant/on salety liqhtins
Non-switched quanz (Not UL listed)

l.

SPECIFICATION CHECK
Quick positive mounting
r', BLssed, d ecastballast

,/

,,

Parabolic'e liptical reflector

,/

Excellent vert ica and


horiTontal i l!mination

(in inches)

. open or nclocd oplical


. For Mounling and olher
Accssodes, seo paqos A28-29

Qtv.

EnclosedoDticalcalaloc Anv
number is E3O0GE7 Use
bailast shown ior open unii.
Order iwo componenls
250wait metal halide
Use wilh enclosed oplical

***

t'*'f

Multvo t unlt permlts customer


selection ol any one of four
vottages

20 / 2OA/

244 / 2T T

I Lamp is verlical base up

DIMENSIONS (in inchs)


I

'E

calaloq numberc are small ballast housins


sq.l. whenever necessary the larqer ballast
housing (10% sq.l will be used and ballast
catalog numbe6 will be E+: Le, all LLrcalor
units with instanvon automatic switched qLrarlz
willbe larser ballast housing and dimension

{9

;'

Dak subie.t to chahdd wnhout nohca

flrl )

mod,i,c ,o;r shown on

parc

uL

'nB
\1r' 6t.dunl6$oth i* nored
rFegsiered Tradema,i
ol Gem6 E{hccomry
t P:oonela trm oi Alumnum Conoany ol Ameic

LOWMOUNT@ II LUMINAIRE

INDUSTRIAL LOW BAY

L sred in GEA 11284

(B6lamp stick not includd. Order separately. Sse Acc6ssory.)


COMPONENT ASSEMBLIES

1
c777e402

SPECIFICATION CHECK

,. Encosed

with aclivated

c708N400

Ruqqed die casi holsinq


Alzaktlinish ed rellecior
".
Base-up socket allow nq

402

". maxim!m efiiciency


,,

Un que optical, slidins


d sconneci, q0 ck pos

c777G402

401
403

404

405

ive

For MounlinS and olher accessories

Wh.l Chansos
Qtv(See pase A27lor descr ptron

Qlv.
LEXANT polycarbomte
resin retraclor (40" ambient)

Ballasl

Optical

F!se(s)(Notava lable with multvo


Aulomaiic sw tched o!ariz

t)

lveta halide and mercrry

(in inches)

Fe amo sr ck c7z(rcos4

***

Multivolt un t permils clstomer


selection of any one ol four
\ oltages

20 / 2OA /

40 / 27 7

,Lamp is vertrcalbase up

MALE
CONNECTOR

|-

g so

(
Dala

subj..t to chznse ||nhout nance


Ihe(aialoq numbeE oDlons and
)mod kdoBshoqioi,hspaqe

/.i\
lJt
\1r'

J
N

t\

Fs

r.dunrnsdheM4e.ored

srsed Tndetu* or cenral ELftrLc

e!L

LOWMOUNT@ 4OO LU MINAIRE

INDUSTRIAL LOW BAY

(B6l.hp slick lor Lucalox unils nol lncludsd. Ordsr sgparrioly. Sso Accosso.y.)

C!1. No.r
LsmD)

ll.ss

BALLAST

c766N701
702

120
208

703

24a

701

277

AST

1.9

802
803
804

Steadil!x

52

c560NO0r

c777G101

002
003
004

101
101

10'l

250 WATT LUCALOX

120
208
244

c768N801

LSNC = 38

4OO WATT LUCALOX@

1.9

SleadilLrx

51

c560N601
ao?

rG101
c777G101

603
604

101
101
101

c769N820

c777G10'l

101

NC=4

T LUCALOX
c768Nl0l

120

45

102

208

621

103
104
105

244

622

101
101

523

10r

440

624

101

SPECIFICATION CHECK

LSNC = 4

T LUCALOX
124
204
244

c768N301
302
303
304
305

1.9

55

43

277
480

En.losed w/a.rivared

,/

Busaed, die'casl ballasl

724

101
101
101

725

101

,/

c769N721

c777G101

722

17

120

43

204
240

103
104
105

pos tive mounllns


n shed rFlleci.r

r' Al7;Lij

stabillzed niection
molded acrylic refractor ior
UV

LSNC = 4

:TAL HALIDE'
c766N101
102

r'O!ick.

c767N620

c777G101

621

101
101
101
101

822
523

480

624

. For Mountins.nd othr


Accossoies, se p.qos A28-29

Qlv.

Wr.l
(Soe page

Fuse(s) (Cannot be supplied wilh

Automatic switched quarlz instanvon saiety lightins (Nol


availablewilh 400 watt.480 volt Stead lux ballasied

Non"swilched quadz (Not UL listed)

55oC ambient (Not


available with multivolt,
severe duty or swilched

10

400 watt Lucalox (HPF)


low norse reacior ballast
2O8V and 240V only (No

10

Slick relampable unit


(Lucaloxl ( Does not include
re ampsiick ) For less than
25, see Lowmount I

25

Opllcal

A27lor descrlption.l
5
10
5

Steadil!x

ba lasied

luminaircsor m0ltivolt)

400 watl Lucalox hot lamp

restat

(in inches)
3/" NPSC THO.
FOF CONDUIT
Oq MOUNTING

15"

DlA.

10

Changos

Ballasl

Qlv

250 walt rnetalhalide

9y,"

Relamp slick Cal. No.


C740G054 (lor Lucalox)

211/i

**t

Mult voll unit perniis cuslomer


se eclion ol any one ol lour
v oltages 1 20/ 2OA / 244 I 27 7
'Lamp is vertical base d own.
,Metalhalide ballasl suirable for
operaiion oi 400W mercury or
meta halide lamps.

Dab

slr.ct

zi-\
Ul
\i:r'
I

to chahee

srhod .once

Thecaiarog iumbE orrons and


I mod r ca' on. shopn o^ rrrisoaoerre uL
6t.d uir63s orheeEe norsd

!R slered Tm&mltolGerml E etrlcCnpiy


P6or e1ary lm ol Alumirum ComFry oi Ari6

REMOTE BALLASTED LOWMOUNT@ LUMINAIRE

rNDusrRraL Low BAY


[@ LIsIE'l

with slidin! dis-

. Rsmololy

B3llaslod

(in inches)
rLanrp is vedica base down.
,Th s assemb v will connect d rectlv
iod Fr lerqlowror Duraolowd lumrnarre

ballast housinq, o. can be remole


mounled by using re.note powercon-

nector C740G260 {or aDoroDr ale


r

lenqthl. Ballasthousins and/or remote


conneclor m!sl be ordered separate y

A I rcalor brll:cl wilh an i.tF.rrl

slarr nq aid can be remore moun-ted


maxlmum dislance of 10feel lusrno
a ma^rmum cab e lenqlh ol 1O ieeti

Any sreater distance will reqlire a

*Dime.sion ior slid ns disconnect

on v

l.

o.ta subi4ct ta chanse ||nhalt natc6


/r;\ Th.alaloo numbel! oDl ons' and
( Ut I hodr.aroB sho*non rh,sDaqea,euL
\!r' qred unrssorhe6 nored
"FegbteredTrademaft olGeneralE ecl, cCodoany

LOWMOUNT@ 1 50 LUMINAIRE

INDUSTBIAL LOW BAY

car. No.j
(!oEr lanpl

c.r.

No

TT
c768N851
652
853
854
455

c661G501
501

501
501
501

SPECIFICATION CHECK

TT
c768N451
452

,,
,,

c651G501
501
501
501

453
454
455

Enclosed with aclivated


Russed, die-casi ballast

/ouic[, posit ve mount nq


Alzahtlinished rellector
/"/ UV stabiized injeciion

501

molded acrylic reiractor tor

TT
.

c766N351

For Mounling and othsr


Accssories, see pags A28-29

c661G501
Qlv,

352

501

353

354

501
501

355
356

501

METAL

c766N451

LEXANtr polycarbonale

resin rclraclor (40oC onlv)


70 and 100 watt Lucalox
(sins e vo iasesl
250 watt mercury. For less
than 10. lse mera halide

5
10

452
453

154
455

**l
WhatCh6nqes
Qlv.
(See page

Optlcsl

Severe duty{40oC only)


Fuse(s) (Not availablewith muitvolt.l
Hol Lamp Festan avaiab e in al voltases and mu iivolt
lor 70, 100 and 150 wan (5s volt lamp) Lucalox (Reactor

tpe

A27 ior description

Ballasi

10

l\,lu lvolt unil permits custorner


selection of any one oi lour
voltages 12al2OA/24O/27 7 .
,Lamp is lited 25. oif vedica
base up except 175W melal
halide which is base upvortical.

ballasl only)

Auloiatrc swilched qua'1z rnslail.on salprr lighl,ng


Non'switched quartz (Nol UL listed.)

(in inches)

2
5

3/4 NPS THD,


FOR COt'loutT

OR MTG. HARDWARE

rJ,r
I

',[
tltet tn aha.s. sitholt Nti.a
,<.-\ Ih6 calaloq numb.G' oolon5 and
fUt ) nod,rLcaro^s ,hown on rhupaqe
\:r' Lsrd unrs5 orhM'se noid

Dtra

euL

rFeqisleredTddemalkolGnen Ehclrl.Conpny

UNIMOUNT@ 4OO LUMINAIRE

INDUSTBIAL LOW BAY

Listed in GEA-10919

Csr. No.,

WATT
E/l(l@E3

E4140SE3
E4240SE3
Ezt3405E3
E4440SE3

E4OOGE3

|oOGE3
E4{XX}E3

E45403E3

E4OOGES

E4t25SE3

E40dtE3

E4225SE3
E4325SE3
E4425SE3
E4525SE3

,lOoGE3
E4(XX}E3

E4tXXlE3

E4OOGE3

E4OOGE3

E4140ME3
E4240ME3
E4340ME3
E4440ME3
E4540ME3

. For Mountlno snd olhsr

Acoossorles, soo pasos A28-29

E40@E3

E400cE3
E4qXlE3
,loOGE3

Qtv.

Remote ballasted metal


halid6, mercuryand Lucalox
( f cable lenglh from ballast
to oDucal is no lonqerihan
10 tl. for Lucalox) Followins

1 Siandard optca
2 ltemL.l orL.2(paqeA29)

3 Ballasi

(Un mount
lumif aire ballast cannot
be used.) ll Filterqlow!/
Duraglowa uminaire ba lasl
is
lhen male con'isedonly from item E
nector
(paqe A28) is also needed.
Customeriurn shes cab e
250 walt metal ha ide
LEXANT poLycarbonaie resin
ref ractor(40oC ambienionlyl
Units ava lable with
s ide'on primary electrica
disconnect Contact faclory

*a*

Mln.
Qtv.
(See pase A27 for description.)
Fuse(s) (Not available with mu tvolt.)
Aulomatic switched quarlz inslanl/on safety lighlins
(See dimensions footnoie.)
Non-swirched ouarrz (Not UL lsledl

5
2

Whrl Chrn!6!

Bsllast

Opllc6l

(in inches)
REMOTE BALLASTED

caia og numbers are small ballast


housings (9 sq.). Whnvr nec$ary
th6larc6rballasthoLrsing(1G% sq.)will
be used and ballast calalos nuhbr will

'E-

be E*.

Mu tivolt un t Permits cuslomer


selection ol any one oi lour
voltages 1 20 / 2OA / 244 I 27 7
rLamp is verlicalbase up.

I
f Ur'l.od,r'(do;ssho*"m,hsr.sdsuL
I r6d unra$ o'hNc noted
'F6s 5ro6d T6dm.lk or Ge@ra EEr'c codpa^y

\i9/

[,

UNIMOUNTTI'

INDUSTRIAL LOW BAY

50 LUMINAIRE

cal. No.l

cat, No.
E41155E2
E4215SE2
E4315SE2
E4415SE2

E4OOGE2

E4000-E2
E4000,E2
E4000-E2
E4000,E2

E45i5SE2

SPECIFICATION CHECK
l

ql.r

WATT METAL HALIDE


E4211ttE2

120
208

E1317ME2

244

E44t7

277
480

E4117ME2
I

E2
E4517ME2

17

2T

55

E-117M
E-217M
E-317M
E-417M
E-517M
E-017M

Enc osed and gaskered oplica

r'

Rlgged, d e cast ba ast

r/ au ck, posilive mount ng


,7 Azakl' nlshed rei e.tor
/ UV stab lzed inrection
molded acrylic retraclor lor

E1()00-E2
E4000-E2

E4000'E2
E4000,E2
E4000-E2
E4000-E2

For MountinS and other


Accossoris, ses paqes 428-29

WtstChansss
Qtv-

Ballast

Optical

ise pase A27 lor description.)

Qlv.

Not avallable wiih mu iivoli )


Aulomatic switched quartz instant/on salety lLqhiing
(See dimensions lootnote.)
Nof-swrched quartz (Not UL lisled)
Fuse(s)

2
5
5

;lq

Remoie balasted mela


ha de, rnercuryand Lucalox
{ fcab e lensth irom ballast
lo opncaL LS no lonqer lhan
10 ti ror Lucalox) Fo owing

1 Standard opllcal

2.

tenr L 1or 1.2 {pase A27l


Ballasl - [Uniflrounl
lum naire balast cannol
be used.l lf F lterslow9
Duraglowr umina.ebal ast
is lsed lhen ma e con

inches)
REMOTE BALLASTED

%" NPSC
TI]FEAD

'E- cataog
housinqs

numbers are smaL ba lasl

(9 sql whenever necessary

lhe arqerba rasthols

necloronly liom lem E


ipage,426) salso needed.
Customer lurnishescab e.
70 and I00 wait Lucalox

nsiro-I sq.lwl

be used a.d balast catalog number

wil

10

250 wari Lucalox (40'c


maxlmum ambientl

25

***

I
I

rt.i
,l

M!ltvo i
se
v

un i permiis clsiomer
ection or any one oi iour

altaaes

20 / 2AA /

244 I 27 7.

'Lamp is verticalbase up
'E-catalog numbers are small ballast hous nss (9 sq.) Whenever
necessary the larger ballasl housing (10 % sq ) wil be lsed and
barrasi

caialoq number willbe E#

f-r
Data subioct to

(Ut
\i7

ahanse hatt

nohce

) mod ifti ds sho'i d ih s e6qe


isred uilessorhesse nored

t Fs6tred TEdmad( ol GenG

ct

euL

oomoany

OWLO LUMINAIRE

See paqe D9iorO!tdoor Liqhtins Option

wlTH LAMP

LE

12
12

SPECIFICATION CHCK

,.
,/

r'

B ack Fiberqlass Reiniorced Polyester (FFP)

holsins

35-, 50-. 7o-watt difiused Luca oxr hiqh prssure sod urn iHPS)
or 9-walt iluorescent Lamps
120 voll retroiit or new insial ation

OPTICAL ASSEMBLY (Choose One

SPECIFICATION CHFCK
,7 L ExAN i polycarbon ate resin

c644G20r
G@ c644G008
c644G401

@csggoror

alE[l csa9G2o1
SPECIFICATION CHECK

,/ Wh ie

Smal LEXAN Relractoa

'

3.8
3.4

Larqe LEXAN Beiractor:'


SBI Lumrnane Low Bay BelracioF
SBI Luminaire lndust ai FeilecroF
SBI I uml.aire A.ru i. Relra.to13

Below

1.4
1.7

0.3
0.6

12
12

06

2
1

l3

'CAUTION: NOT FOR USE WITH 7o-WATT BALLAST l'.IODULES.

po ypropylene

(in inCheS)

For sBlruminane opticar dimensions, s6e paq6A19.

SPECIFICATION CHECK

'l

:jjT--t--f

A%

I[-l

,/ open opica assemb y


!. Alzakt Iinlshed Iaceted

ll

I sztl

1,,

SPECIFICAIION CHECK
".

Alzak f nished rellector

,. uvslabiized

ntectLon mo ded

diliused acry ic refraclor

SPECIFICATION CHECK

Open opiica assemb y


zak linished faceted

,/A

acrylic refraclor
disiribui on

D fi!sed
', Type
V

'/

SPECIFICATION CHECK

!,

B ack FFP malerial


slant desiqn

,, vandalres

Small
LEXAN

LEXAN

40

40
4A

Class

vision 2 u.ils avaiLable Contact laclory

Bottom lens for

i.duslria .eileclor

55
55
40

55
55
4A

SBlLumlnaire

SBlLuminai16

55
55
40

55
55
40
55

C644G401 (Fie d instal ed on y)

c644G402

Vanda

{es

slant band iorsma I LEXAN reiraclor C644G201 (Field

instaled on y) c246G040

I
For use with 35 watl Lucalox and I wait fluorescent bailast mod!les
For use wilh 35 watt Lucalox.50 watl Lucalo)(, and 9 wait tluorescent ba last modu es
3 For use wiih 35-, 50-, and Tcwatt Lucalox ballast mod!les.

',
Data

sLdect ta chanse with.Ll natce

^Fs sleredtrademarkolGnera
"TradenarkoiGenera

E ctr c Company

GH)

INDUSTRIAL LOW BAY

SBI''ILUMINAIRE
Lisled in GEA 11440

c5E8Nr01
201
301
401

c588N102

Cat. No.

c589G101
201

(in inches)

BC

.\H
")$
h'-3.
CBA
MOUNTING PLATE

91/s"

r0l4,

97/s"

BALIAST

BALLAST

WTH INDI',STBIAL FEFLECTOR

WfH ACFYIIC FEFFACTOF

BAILAST
WTH LOW BAY FEFFACTOF

SPECIFICATION CHECK

Liqhlweighi, but d!rab e,


e/t.uded a !min!m brllaslhourino
w lh darL bronze e e.lrocoat '
linish

,u Separale mouniing p aie fris


slandard e ectrca boxes up lo 4

rnches for easy mounting

,,

Cho ce oi lhree opl ca sl

1 Low Bay Reiractor Alzakl


iinislred rellector with UV

siabilzed nject on molded


d llused acryl crefraciorioriow

2 lndrst.il Rcflect., o.cn


oplca as5emb y of spun

ilrm n

m IA

zil fin(h.n

laceled reiecior)
3. Acry ic Befiactor

Open

dill!sed acry ic refractor

!,

provides low briqhtness


50-150 watt diflused Luca ox'high
pressure sod !m (FIPS) lamp 120
voli for relroiil or new i.strl ation

I t r Jmod G' ons sho*n ihs paqe e uL


Sr' rs'd u^,e,so,he,r <e nohd
rRs6lered tmdmarkolGneral E stroConpany
iPropr tary term ol a um num co or Amerlca

LINEGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

INDUSTRIAL LOW BAY

Listed n GEA"10752

(in inches)

SPECIFICATION CHECK

,,Trunnion mount with verl

120
2aa
240
277
440

caL

r' ch;r.o:i rrl,ered.ot..


.7 Clear iempered glass door
pa nled steelhols ng
,7 ALGLAS4tinish on

,/While

/.lunction
wirinq

box ior ease of

,. Lowglare

Mln.

due lo sh e ded liqhi

olv.
{See Daqe A27 iordescription

Qlv

I polycarbonate resin

door lens. l O0 watt and be ow


only al55oC amb ent, 150
watt al40oC
70 and 100 wah Llca ox

LE/"AN

Fuse(sl (Nol ava lable with mullivoll.)


Hor Lamp Reslart available ln all vollases and m u llivoll for T0, l O0 and l50 watt
(s5 volt lamp) Lucalox (Feactortype ballaston y.)
Weatherprool ' glass lens only (!nit must be aimed at least 10o below horizontal.l

ffi
so ,oij

zd I

i,",i..

UNTED LUMINAIRE

cury Numbr

'lh6calalos numb66, opions and


nod'licalionsshownon rh s paq ar UL

cs-uo,,r
INOUSTRIAL LOW BAY

I
15O WATT

E LAMP

MX115L OV

MX2r5L OV
MX315L OV
MX415L DV

100 WATT LUCALOX FOR MEDIUM BASE LAMP (Not lncluded)


SPEC'FICATION CHECK

MX110L DV

MX210t DV

,/

Surlace mornied with iour


screws or studs [by oihers]
v, Fabricated al!minum housing
Prismalic. polycarbonate
'7

MX310L DV
MX410L DV

70 WATT LUCALOX FOR MEDIUM BASE LAMP

r' Fcfra.tor lield roi,tab e lor

lncluded)

MX107L DV

iype lor iype V disir butlon

MX207t OV
MX307L DV

-itlt

CATALOG NUMBER EXPLANATION

(in inches)

it.

t0 so

TYPE

]"1

WATTAGE

-51Ol
07L

-lsowahHos

= i rn wafl

HPS
70 watl HPS

COLOB

-TDISTFIBUTION

o=0",*",o"," I |
"='*""

I
9X

with
Drop P astic

Wi = 16* w/o carton

Data sLbtect ta .hanse wtth.ut natice


iReq srred Tradmarkorcene.a Ele

' weisht ls 16 lbs withoul carton.

[,

The

See

lollowing information is presented lor clarilication only. DO NOT USE FOR ORDERING.
individual Product

Calalog number logic lor Conserva@ 150, Minimite@, Versaglow@ 150 and 250 luminaires, and Lowmount@ 150
luminaire with tlat pan.

EXAMPLE: Conserva
Componet Cal.

50 Luminaire
Numbers as shipped: 1 . Ballast,
1

2. Hanging Hardware, 3. Optical

1. Vl 107

(Open and Enc osedl


V3

= Versaslow 150 and 250

(for2'x2 nverted T bar)

BALLAST 120V, 70W high pressure sodium (HPS), (HPF) reactor.


Note: Standard ballast is the same for Conserva 150, Minimite
(open and enclosed), Versaglow 150 and 250, and Lowmount
150 luminaire with f lat pan and will carry the V1 pref ix. A
ballast which is special for a given product will carry the pref ix for that product. Example: V2107L would be for use with
lvlinimite only. However, follow product pages for limitations of

some light sources with different opticals.

VOLTAGE

0=Muuvolt 3=240V

r20V

1=

4=

277V

WATTAGE

50W
70W

05

=
07 =

17 = 175W
20 = 200W

l0 = 1OOW 25 = 25OW

BALLAST
SOUFCE
L

= Luca ox HPF Fleacior

=Lucaox NPF Reaclor

or Laq

M=Metal Hal de Auto-Res.


=Merc'rry NPF Reactor

=Mercury HPF Reactor


C - Mercury Auto'ReS.
B

= Lucalox Hot Lamp

2.
3R

v1000 - 3P

91-inch Pendani wet

3F= X-inch Flexibe Pendant


3M

= Oui et box cover

3V

= WalLbracketwith

5J

HANGING HAFDWARE %" Pendant. Follow product pages

for usable mountings for each product. Note: Prefix V1000


will be used for all mountings shown on Conserva 150 luminaire page and when used thereafter. Any mounting unique
particular product will carry the prefix for that product.
Example: V2000-5J for Minimite luminaire stanchion mount.

on ly to a

Ansle Sianchlon
1

3.
= enclosed acrylc 22-inch
nclosed acryllc30-inch
EL2 = enc osed LEXAN polycarbonale resln 22- nch
EL3 = enc osed LD(AN 3Ginch
EA5 = enclosed acry ic type 5
EA2

EA3 =

EL5

v1000 - EA2

OPTICAL Conserva luminaire 22" enclosed acrylic, Prelix for


opticals will vary with product. Example: V3000-EA2 is enclosed
22" acrylic for Versaglow 150 luminaire. V4000-EA2 is enclosed

22" acrylic with 2'x2' f lat pan for Lowmount 150 luminaire
with flat pan.

= nclosed LEXAI! type 5

EGs=enc osed Slass iype 5


OA5=open acrylc type 5

{Req slered Trademark ot Genera ElelicCompany

CONSEBVA@

50 LUMINAIRE (V1 Series)

INDUSTRIAL LOW BAY

Listed n GEA,10195

NOTE; Ballast as the same ioi Consry. 150. Orn snd Enclossd Minimit!, Vorsaglow! 150 and 250 Luminanos and Lowmounlr 150
luminaire wilh Flal Pan fior 2 x2 inverld T-bad,

Shipped as three components


Musto.derlhreecataloq numbers: 1. Ballast 2. Hanging Hardware 3.Optical

1. BALLAST COMPONENT (Choose one)

SPECIFICATION CHECK
r', UV stabiized injecton
molded acrylc retractor for

r' M:^,miim reilrelabLlrrv for


v1125L
v l225L

Balasl saiet

chain provisions

v13251
v1425L

. Encb6d. Sud@ or Pnd8nl Mountsd


.t

50 WATT
vl115L

vl2t 5t
lamp)

vl315L
v1415t

vl515L

70 WATT LU
vl107L
v12071

v1307t
v1407t

vl507L

Dimonslon A (in inches)

v1007t

v1000,3R
v100G3F
v1000-3M

vl125M
v1225M
v1325M
v't425M
v1525M

vl025M

Ballast Component
-

100 wali Luca ox - allvoltases


50 walt Lucalox -

al

vo taaes

(See page A27 for description

Standard unit is su iable lor wet


ocationswhen used wiih V1000-3R
Fuse(s) Add F as 7th disil or
Ba last Componenf. For examp!e:
V11 15LF OpucaL

Compoienl

lnstani/On Automatic Switched


Quarlz safeiy lighung (Not
avarlable with 250W 4a0V Lucaloxl
Add z'as 7th d git ot Bal asr
Componenl. ExampLe: V1 15LZ
optical com ponent is nor attecied
llboth iuse[s] and lh s modilicaiion
are desrred, add 'F as 7th disil
and Z as 8th diqit ol Ballast
Component Examp e: Vl 1 15LFz.
'Hot Lamp Aeslart ls available
n al voltages {not mullivoli) lor
50, 70. 100 and 1s}watr 155 volt
amp) Lucalox Add K as
6th digil of Ballast Component
Cal. No, slch as V1115K.

Muliivoll unil perm is cuslomer


selecton oi any one offour
v

ottases

20 / 2OA/

240 / 27 7

,Lamp is verticalbase up

rU Inod1c, s io(nm,huease'e
\

v1125C
v1225C
v1325C
v1425C
v1525C

is

nol ailecled. iNot availab e with

ttt

v121tM
vl317M

L-l isied unresorheM'senored


'rL
tFes stded Tadffill( oiGelml ELtrirE compeny

2. HANGING HARDWARE (Choose one) For details see page A25.


vr000-3P
vr000-3R
v1000-3F
v100G3M

%-inch Pendant'Su iable rorwet locations wilh slandard unii


%-inch Non-Figid Pendani

3. OPTICAL COMPONENT (Choose one)

MINIMITE " LUMtNAtRE (V2 Series)


OoEN A\O

INDUSTRIAL LOW BAY

EN.tOoED . sto

NoTE: 8llasl is rho sme

tor Open and Enctosed Minimilo, Conserva! 150, VeBastow! 150 and 250 Luminates
and lowmount,

Luminaire $ith Ftat Pan (ior 2 x2,tnvodd T-barl.

lllusl ordet

v1t 15L

248

v13151

240
277
480

vt415L

TT
y1t10l
vl210L
v1310L

v1410t

1sO

12
17
17
17

SPECIFICATION CHECK
,. Durable alurninum battast
housrng wrth e e.tro-coataray

r'

124

Prec sion-des aned refractor

r' Alzall nnr;hed

204
244

L7

277

r.al .".ror
Pr mary qu ck d sconnect ptuo

r' Ba

asl satety chdrn Dro!rsrons

v15i0L

440

v1107L
Y12071
v13071

208
244

@
Ballast

277
440

v1407t

LEA_g/6i

Shipped as three components


L Ballast 2. Hanging Hardware 3. Optical

120

v1215t
v1515L

three catalog numbers:

124

Component

Olher voltages availabte for ratinqs


50 watt Lucalox (BPF reactor)

WATT

v1317M

Oihertypes oi distr butions


available Contact tactory

250 WA
{See page A27 ror descriplton.)

v1125C
v1225C
v1325C
v1425C

vit17c
y1217C

vl317C
v1417C

vl517C

Wet ocalions-Standard enc osed


unit issurlablelor wet ocai onswhen
used wth V1000-3R V2000-3W.
V2000-3V or V2000-5J
Flse(sl Add F'as 7lh digil or
Balast Componeni. Examp e

120
208

vt 115LF. Opi cat Comoonent is not

ailected (Notavaiabtewth muttivo I


nstani/on Automatc swtched
Ouartz salety lghtins (rse with
enciosed optica only):Add z as
7th d glt oi Balasl Component
Examp e:V111512 Opt catCom

240
277

480

2. HANGING HARDWARE (Choose one) For details, see paqe A2S.


v100G3P
v1000-34

%- nch Pendant-Suliable

'.rn. h \on-F19ro Pendalt

ponenl s not alfeded. ti both fuse(s)

and lh s modii cation are des red. add


F as 7rh drgil and Z as 8th drg I
tsa lasr Componeft Elarnot

Ior wei tocalions with enctosed ooticat

oi

v100G3M

V] ] 15LFZ.
Hot Lamp Restart" rs ava tabte in
al vo taqes {not muttivottj for50,7o
10O and 150watt(55vot ampl Luca ox
Add K as 6ih d gltof Ba tast
Component Example Vt I15K

v100G3c
v200GsJ

v200s3v
v200G3w

lZ-inch Stanch on Suitab e for wel tocaiions wilh enc osed oolrcat
W.loraclpr srtF tr-ru-leeo .Surrdbte ror rpt.o,atons srtn encto5eo oorc"t
Wallbrackel-Suitable ior wel tocations with enctosed oplicat

AMEIENT DEGREES

inches)
ENCIOSED UNIT

(xo'p
**i

Multivoll ufit perm ts customer


se ection of any one of lour vottages 12A/2OA/240 /277

rLamp sveriicalbaseup

zi\ Ihe! aroq numbe,s oorons and


cr06sho*nm,hsoace
iut )dad
\9/ rt.dune*orierwAe uored

eLrL

'Fe!rredTrademad olGener3 Ere.L'trcon@ny


T ProDr

eradiermorAtJm'num.o

VenSACIOW@ (150 and 250) LUMINAIRE (V3 Series)

rNDusrRrAL Low BAY

l@].lTto'l

Listed in GEA-l0035

Luminais and Lowmounl'150


NoTE:Bd ast is ihe sam6 tor versaqtow 150 and 250, conseruar 150, opsn and Enclosed Minimil6!
Luminairewilh Flat Pan (lor 2x2 inYerted T_bdr')

Shipped as three comPonents


1, Ballast 2. Hanging Hardwalo 3. Optical
Must order three calalog numbers.
1. BALLASTCOMPONENT (Choose one)

SPECIFICATION CHECK
,/ tlses energy-conserving
H D amps
r' Durable alum num ballast
housing with electro-coat gray

,/

tinish
Uv slabilized injeciion
molded acrylc rehaclor ior

EA3
v11251

Pflmary q!rcl disconnecl


pluq ior easy moLrnting
,z Balaslsaietv chain provrsrons

/
.

v1?25L
v13251
v14251

Enclos6d. Surlac or

TT
vl1151

v12151
v13151
v14151

vl515L

Ballast Com ponent

wait mercury (Auto_Fes

1OO

versaglow 25or

2TT

480

5L

{M nimum quaniity ofiive ol any

(
120
204
244

v11101
v1210L
v13101
v14't0L
v1510L

- The lollowinq
in allvollages

types available
- 175 wait metal halide
250 watt meta halide (Auio-Reg.)
- 250 watt merc!r/ (Auto'Res )

204
240

12
17
1T

480

1T

120

'17

v11071
v12071
v13071

v1407t
v1507L
lsee paqe A27 iordescripuon )
- Fuse(s). Add F as 7th digil of

2. HANGING HARDWARE (Choose one)

Bal ast Component. Example:


V11151F. iNot available with

vloo0-3P
v1000-3F
v1000"3c

Oplical Compo.ent is nol aflecled


lnstanl/On Automatic Swiiched
Ouarlz saiety lightins Versaglow
lumlna rc 250 only (Noi available
wlh 250w.4aOV Lucalox.lrAdd 'z
as 7th disit ol Ballast Component.
Examp er V1 1 1512. oPtical

%-inch Non-Rigid Pendant

3. oPTICAL CoMPONENT (Choose one)


v3000-EA2
v3000-EL2

compo.ent s not aflcled.ll boih


fuse(s) and this modillcaUon are
deslred. add F as 7lh diqitand
Z as 8ih digil lo Ballast

Enclosed zz-inch acryl c ' Use wilh 150W max


Enclosed 22- nch L EXAN T oolvcarbonate resln - use wlth 150W max

inches)

Hoi Larnp Restart is available


n al voltases (not muliivolt)
lor 50. 70. 100 and 150 waii (55
volt amp) Lucalox Add K as
6th digli ol BalLast Component
Example:V1115K

-'

***

Mullivo t un i permits cuslomer

seleclion
,

ol any one ol iour

vottases 1 2A I 2AA /24o / 27 7.


Lamp is vedical base llp.

/r:\ The(da|oq numbers ophoi!. and


Ul I modi,c6ions5ho.nonihsDasea'6
\!r' r{edune$orheR6enoied

t BeEsled Tadedan(

[,

For details, see page A25.

ol

uL

ene Eleclhc Companv

HANGING HARDWARE

INIMOI]NT!

r'El

a[1

1l

+a-2/32 1

Figid Pond.nr lvountinq

>2

9l- nch NpSC mou.t nq with

c31. No- v'|000-3P


5/

6 t+
nigid Pondanr Mountins - 7- nch NpSC mountrng with
wiring comparimenl. Enctosed !minaires suitabtetorwei
ocationsappllcationwhen used wiih lhts hanging hardware

R19id Condult

Car. No. V1000-3F

If\ r-gL"

J"lJ

L_l ;"L
I t zrtt'-,

Nonjisid Pondant Mounting


lor % NPSC.
cat. No- vl000'3F

I
rz:lo"F-

Pendant hansi.s hardware

Outlsl Box Cover - for 4- nch octagona lunclion box


C.l. No. v10OO-3M

3-1/2

tg

)-

- J".-

h*"r,,
q
q '*-..,. J

-l

rlf

iE

fl -

Surlac6 Mountlnq A.taptor

t.

car. No. v100G3c

|
,R----\
----.\
/--.\
rq

w
/

]t

rts --q
",, 'p'-J

ftl 9{

Slanchion Mount

- Enc osed lum na re suitab e tor wl


locaiions applicalions when used w th this brackel
Cat. No. V2000-5J (Gray)
For usewith M nim te uminaires

3
t1

..

Wall BrackotwilhThru Fed


Enclosed uminairesu labe
ior wel locations when used wirh rhis bracker

v2000-3v (Grayl
For use wilh Minirnite uminarres
Cat- No.

F2.

l+ 4r
.l tzt-]
z

LI*

tr*+r

-H,

CI{l

wall Br.ckot

- Enctosed tumtna re suitab e tor wel


locaiions when osed with lhts bracket.
1) Car. No. C740G881 (Dark Bronze)
For !se wilh [linimo!rt uminaires
2) Cat. No. V20OG3W

(crayj

For use wilh Minrmite uminaires

!Res sleredlrrdedarkolGenera

*lrcCompany

MINIMOUNT@ LUMINAIRE
L

INDUSTRIAL LOW BAY

sted in GEA-9407

@
CEc)

NOTE: Slandard color is now dark bronze

c795N950

SPECIFICATION CHECK

951
952
953
954

O!.able al!m num bal asl

,, a zaki-lin shed hrsh


etf c ency reflector
Heat, shock resistant

r' Pr m.ry qu cf drsconnecr


ouq for edsv mo!ntr.o
r' Slairdard co or s da I bronze

For Accessories, see pages A28-29

Qtv.
Eisht decoraiive co ors
(Feterto GEA 9352I or black

TT MET

10

AL HALI

(See pase A27 ior descriptio. )


Su table tor wet
- WeatherDroof
local onswhen usedwilh hang ng
hardware ternsFl orF2 on

F!;eGl tNor .va 12ble w rh m!rt,volr


H.r I :mn RFst:rl availrble
all vo tao;s inot mlh vo ll tor

150 wah (55 'olt


lamp) Luca ox (Feaclo. b/pe

70 loo;nd

A!to.natic switched quart2


nstantlon salet/ iglrt ng

(in inches)
(in inchosl

**t

l\,lultrvoll !n t perm ts clslomer


selecl on oi any one 01 iour
vo tages 120/20a/240/277

,Lamp is verl calbase uP

{Ur ) modic,065ho"i u ihs Fse'e


\L/ ned ui45o hPtuf nded

uL

ste6j I Edmadi ol Genera Eb.nrc Companv


tnmrctary lem.rAlumlnum clmoany o(Amere

I'

e!

16-y,

v1000-3F
v1000,3tv

16-%

c740G88r
I

" F

V1000-3P and V1000 3B

14

FACTORY MODIFICATIONS
Order "similar to" catalog number desired on product page except with modification as
ModiJication availability must be shown on product page.

ou ined

AUTOMATICALLY
I NSTANT/ON
(lJL

listed suitable for wet locations. Not explosion proof.)


Thesemodified units are of gasketed construction making them
suitable for dust and moisture laden environments or weathe;proof
applications. Gaskets are provided at all points where water or
dust entry is probable. All external hardware is chanoed to stainiess sleel. The charcoal liller (on applrcable unttsl i; reft free to
breathe in the normal tashion. The construction does nol materiallv
clange the standard luminatre dimensrons and we,qhts.

below.

(Less Lamp)

CAUTION: Surface Temperalure ot euartz lamps exceeds 6SOoF.

Before using Filtr.Gardd H5 luminaire with switched quartz in

hazardous location, consult f actory.

Most luminaires can be provided with autornatically swrtched


quart,/ instant on safety ligllrng where .rorenlar/ power ,nre,.

ruptions or extreme voltage dips can extinquish an HID lamo.


A single ended quartz lamp is placed in the same reflector wlth the
mercury, meial halide, or Lucalox lamp.

The quartz lamp will remain on unttl the HID lamp reaches
approximately 60% of iull light output. This also means that the
quartz lamp willcome on when the luminaire is initjally energized
and rernain on until the HtD tamp reaches about 60% iight oulput
Available in most lum inaires and all system voltages (120-, 2Og-.
24O-,277- and 480-volt), with mercury, metal hatide, or Lucatox

f1'

lamp.

UL

listed suitable for wet locations.

This

construction modifies units for application in wet, dusty

afd corrosive

environments using severe-duty construction techThe following measures are taken:


1 Gaskets are provided at all po ints where water entry is probable.
r'rcluding the ballast housrng mountinq bushrng, wi,rng access
cover plate, and electrical disconnect (Filterglowo luminaire).
2 Allexposed screws and/or rivets are of stainless steel material.
] Dai.rr trnish is special darh gray epoxy powder overcoat elecrroslatrcally applied on all exposed die cast parts and on the door
glass clamp band assembly (Fitterglow luminaire).
niques.

i-

4.

Lowmount@

Wiring for said lamp is accomplished internal to the ballast and


thereiore the quartz lamp voltage (120-volts) is independent of the
lighting system voltage. The standard offering wilt provide ONE
quartz socket per HID fixture. Two quartz sockets are available
on some ballast voltage configurations, if requtred. Twin un ts
would have only one quartz socket per two opticals.
Caution should be utilized when sizinq branch circuits with
luminaires containing the switched quartz option as the luminaire
will draw additional current during the warm up period, since both
lamps (Quartz and HID) are in operation.
The 400-watt and 1000-watt luminaires have a socket for one
2so-watt single ended bayonet type quartz lamp The2So-wattand
lower wattage luminaires have a socket for one 1so-watt slnole

ended bavonet rype quart/ lamp. See paqe G6 for quartz ,arp ry!e.

luminaire reflector has ALGLAS{ finish


(Less Lamp)
1. Quartz lamp, independently wired (Not UL tisted

{No auxiliary lamp needed)


All high intensity discharge (HtD) lamps exhibit two characteristics which may create problems in some applications. First, during
n lial energization (cold start) they have a two to six minute war;
irp period. Secondly, once an HID lamp is stabilized a momentary power interruption will cause the lamp to go out and it will not
reslrike for some period of time. Lucaloxt lamps will restrike within
approximately one minute. However, under normal conditions
there is a delay of two to three minutes before
light output
rs achieved after a momentary power interruption. The-,hot lamp

fu

restart"

ieature provides an answer for this warm up delay (after

nomentary outage) as welt as giving instant restart under this


adverse condition. lt will restan lhe Lucalor lamp insranrry and at
essentrally the same lumen oulput even after ouiages ot ub lo ten
(10) seconds. For outages of up to thirty (30) seconds,
it wi restart the Lucalox lamp instantly but at sligh y reduced lumens for a
short

period of time. This feature is now available (with reactor

2. Quartz lamp, independently

wired (UL listed ) Avaitable with

Filterglow or Duraglowd lurninaires only.

(3dSiNo

(Not available with muttivott.)

lf specified, fuse(s) should be rated three times (four to flve


times for reactor) rnaximum current but less than branch circuit
breaker (Minimum of 5 amps for any fuse). AIJ indoor iixtures
supplied with fuse holde(s) will accept a iuse such as Bussman
KTK type or one with equivalent electrical characteristics and
physical size.

For factory installed fuseholder inctuding fuse(s)


One fuse 120V. 277V
Two fuses 208V, 240V, 480V

oallasl onlyl tn wauages of 50, 70, IOO and t50 for the 55
vot high pressure sodium lamp. Note, however, that this feature
does not affect, or accelerate, initial cold start.
ryoe

Use where lowest possible height integrally ba asted luminalre

is desired. Rigid mounting is necessary to assure level operating

position. (See page A6 for Filterglow or Duraglow luminaire


low profile dimensions.)

Ddl

tRs

stbiet ro .hanoe withaLt notice


srsed rradema* oi cenerat E ccr',c

comFny

INDUSTRIAL ACCESSORI ES
cat.

Listod in GEA-10358

No.

A.

Description

HOOKS

C740G102

'103
'lO4
105

Ma e

3/4 NPT Female 3,4' NPs

Male with Safety Screw


Female with Safety Screw
Female Grommeted with Safety Screw
Male Grommeted with Safetv Screw

ctr@ ilrea!red
:t:Tto avo
:.i:::'"i::""::::
using eveboll
d damage when l:l""'":
B.

LOOPS

c740G150
151

't52
153

ale
Female
Female Grommeted
Male Grommeted

HOOK,COBD AND PLUG ASSEMBLIES (3ft usablecable

f16-3, 105oc)
Voltage
421

D.

Hangers for mounting


lur.inaires to busways and
unistruts available. Contact
factorv.

'

La!!o!J

NEMA
Line #

GLD0511
GLD0611
GLD0711
GLD0821

L5-15
L6-15
L7-15
422
L8-20
557
When iactory assembled to ballast housing,
Min
25.
c7 40G420

(:6Pr.'i6r]

125
25A
277
480

Pluq

HOOK, COBD AND LW BUSWAY PLUG ASSEMBLY (3 ft.


usable cable f16-3, 105oC)
Cord, Hook, & 300 Volt
c740G450
Plus (LWTPA)
to balldst hous'ng,
lactory
assembled
When
Min.
25.
SING LE REMOTE POWEB CONNECTOB

C740G260 with 3 Cord (+16-3,


Catalog numbers
shown are
UL listed.

CNqlLisred in GEA-10103

t-"."
':lt

'

3f

!!r

P+ lrll

NOiEf oro r "{,hlo t lq p aordcao r.,'.-

make/break.

""o-rrrrd"\or "\i,ab'e

F.2. LOOP. COBD AND PLUG (f16-3, 105oC)


(Use with C740G916 through G920)
C740G616 Unfused, 120 Volt
617 Unfused, 208 Volt
6tI Unfused. 240 Volt
619 Unfused,277 Volt
620 Unfused,4B0 Volt

621
622
623
624
625

Catalog nurnbers
shown are
UL listed for load

with switched

277 Volt
480 Volt

vr
-

Dual plug male connector onlY

F.1. DIE-CAST RECEPTACLE HOOK/BOX


Provisions lor %' rigid pendant mounting with %'thlu
t""O capability - (Use with C740G616 through G625)
120 Volt
208 Volt
240 Volt

.t-'''

',r-"
r-:

284

r1r!,,
_ .j -

/.:

t:

c882G021 with 3'of %" Flexible conduit


C882G0'15 with 6' of %" Flexible Conduit
C740G259 Maleconnecto'onlY

lnslani/on satetv lishtins requ res specLa


rernote power connector contacl faciorv

'le
'[ '

sr

105oC)+

261 with 5 Cord (+16-3, 10soc)+


262 with 7 Cord (+16-3, 105oc)+
263 with 10 Cord(+16-3, losoc)+

Single Fuseholder less Fuse, 120 Volt


Single Fuseholder less Fuse,277 Volt
Double Fuseholder less Fuse, 208 Volt
Double Fuseholder less Fuse, 240 Volt
Double Fuseholder less Fuse, 480 Volt

When facto'y asserbleo to oallasl housing.


Min. Quantlty 25.

INDUSTRIAL ACCESSORIES
REMOTE BALLAST OPTICAL MOUNTING BOX

it

For Filtelglowa or Duiaglowo luminairos.

5lt' DtA.

c740G418
_t

Catalog number is UL
TWN MOUNTING ARM
c740G407
lo landem nount any iwo tuminaires (must be otsame weight it am
suspsndd by hook or loop). Arm is painted steet wirh tw o lr]ate./i pipe
couplings lor luminaire mounting and one femate X pipe coup|ng tor
hook, loop or dirct conduit mouniing,Arm hasbottomsnalinctosure str p
ior eass of wiring. Eysbotttorfistd addttion ofsaterychain(s) is provided.
lJse
is

ll

- BALLAST ASSEMBLY
Fillerglow/Duraglow/uniglowo/Lowmounto/u nimount6/Aisleglowo/Filt..Ga.d@ luminaires
c740G411
3'Chain
SAFETY CHAIN

412

413

5'Chain
7'Chain

A'14

10'Chain

SAFETY CHAIN

- OPTICAL ASSEMBLY
Filterglow/Duraglow/Uniglow/Lowmount/Unimount/Aislgglow
c740G415

WREGUARDS
U

Open

luminaires

For Single Unit

150
17":

With Relamping Hole


H2000-NE

Without Relamping Hole

c740G400r

c740G535r

c740G401

c740G7't4

, Un
Open 22"1

400/1000
Enclosed 17":

c740Gs98

Filterglow,Uniglow 400/1 000, Aisteglow

REMOTE BALLASTED OPTICAL MOUNTING BOX


For Uniglow, Unimount luminaires - ses product pages.
1. Set in socket position A (For use with
1OOOW.
and 4O0W metal halide and mercury)
c563GO1s
2. Set in socket position F (For use with 7O-4OOW
Lucalox@ high pressure sodium, 17S and 2SOW metal halide
and 100-250W mercury lamps)

c503G016

+ Connecto6 availablewh ch
ar suitabl for wet locations.

lTh swire guard

can be used with

eilher lhe f al or regfessed

it su bi.ct ta chanoa wtthout ho c.


!F9 siedTmdemar"
or Grem EteircCompdny

Dala

REMOTE ENERGY MANAGEMENT


The GE Remote Energy Management REM@ controls for luminaires provide

controlled high pressure sodium (HPS) lighting lor multi{unctional industrial


facilities. The control capabilities of the system are accomplished by an eightstep dimming ballast via a coded radio frequency (UHF) signal The system
consists of a central controller and multiple, individ ually-controlled luminaires

I
CONTFOLLEF

Paybacks from energy savings depend upon building size


and use, electric energy rates, desired footcandle levels
and operating expenses.
The controller is the brains of the system. The two-piece controller
consists of a data display terminal which uses a CRT (cathode ray tube)

screen and a computer/transmitter module This controller provides


the following benefits:
'1. 7-day, 24-hour clock for scheduling
2. 4-day battery back-up (memory onlY)
3 252 zones of lighting (A zone can be trom one to any number of
luminaires.)
4. 16 user-definable groups (sectors)
5. 16 user-definable automatic breaks
6. 102 entries/changes per day (scheduled daily)
7. I pre-programmed light patterns
8. Demand control input capability

Dstr Oisplsy

Computsr/Ttansmlltr

9. CRT-based input/output

10. Continuous operational status display (on CRT)


ln addition, there are a couple of optional features
back-up and a printer for hard copies, il needed.

cassette tape

Each luminaire for a REM control system consists of an optical


assembly, a Steadiluxo electronic ballast, a receiver, and a decoding
computer. The luminaire will incorporate the following featuresl
'1. 400-watt HPS lamp system
2. 8 lamo wattase levels of operation - OFF, 150W' 200W' 250W'
300w, 350w, 400w, 450w
3. Constant lumens (accomplished with the Steadilux ballast)

4. High-bay (Filterglow@or Duraglowo luminaires) or low-bay (Lowmounto

ll luminaire) contiguration

5. Radjo frequency (RF) communications (no control wiring necessary)


6. Secure coding (FM-M anchester-1 6 bit)

Special function (night light coding)


For further details about the REM controls for luminaires
it can do for you and how to order - contact factory.

7.

what

(!vlth opon, vonlll.l6d

Data

subte.t ta chanse \9nhout natice


Tradmar[ ol General E]etrc coniDanv

'ResLdered

REMOTE ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Typ Balast
12D

601
602
603

55

20a

51

244
277

CONTROLLER SYSTEMS (Catatog Number wi change with Frequency)


Frequency 467,800 MHz
FCC License Fequired

CBT
Car.
Car. No.

117
211

c421N507
c421N507

c42rN507
c421N507

c421N601
c421N601
c421N601
c421N601

Cat. No,

c421N602
c421N602

c421N603
c421N603

Cal. No,

c421N701
c421N701
c421N701
c421N701

Cal. No

c421N702
c421N702

rCalalog numberswtt
change wilh frequency
:Contacl lactory tor comptete
etecirtca data

OPTICAL

ASSEMBLY

sc

c783G202
c783G105

c783G252
c783G155
c783G153

Dat,

subje.t ta ehanse

vth.ut natie

ReqderedTrad_"markorcenera E.ckcComprny

(in.l

c421N703
c421N703

towl.touttr@ 400 LUMINAIRE

wrrH REGRESSED PAN

SUSPENDED CEILING

LISTING

(
SPECIFICATION CHECK

,/ uv
r'
,,

slabirlzed injeclion
molded acrylic, hinqed
retracior tor low brightness
Ouick disconnect oiuq lor
easyballast installation
Desisned lor inverled T-bar

c870N455

. suspndod Coilins Listlng


. EnclGd 4 x 4 lay-ln

olv.

Components shipped in separale cartons


, Lamp is verlicalbase uP.

Also available, 24O vo lts


and 480 volls. order
standard Filterglow'
um inane ballast Plus Panel
catalos number C866G048
and optical catalog number

c777G323
Avaiiable wilh 3

x3 ilal
5

^ //,

V//

(in inches)

cataloo numberCa66G04a

t:'^zzi'::;;t::"

(See page A27 ior descriplion )

Fuse(s) (Not

available

I
FGFIESSEO PANEL

ih.rnioo

n,mb.K ootoni.and

om;s sho*" M ,h6 Dase ee uL


fll^ ) mod,'
\1r' Lurod unr.,s orhes 6 nored

4Fegistsed l6derod<or

I\,

Gelml

6ri.Comp6nv

SUSPENDED CEILING

LOWMOUNT@ 1 50 LUMINAIRE

NOTE:Ballasl is lhe sarn6 tor towmounl 150 tuminai16 with


Ft6l pan (tor
Conserva"150, snd Vorsagtow'j50 and 250 ruminaires

2.r 2

(V4 Series)

wrrH rLar PAN

inverted T_bar), Opon and Enctosod Minimite"

Shipped as three components.


Must ord6r

1.

three catalog numbers:

1.

Ballast

2. Wiring

Box

3. Opticat

SPECIFICATION CHECX

BALLAST COMPONENT (Choose one)

r' uv stabirzed

intecton

mo ded acrylc. h nqed


reiractor ior tow brighlness
r' A zaku n shed ref eclor
r'Qu ck d sconnect plug for
easy ballast rnsta arion
/ Designed for inverted T bar

v11r5L
v1215L

t5t

r'

Ba ast salety cha n provis ons

y1217M

Suspended Ceiting Listing

.Enclosed,2

x2 L6yln

v1125C
v1225C
QIv,

2.

Ballasl Component

WRING BOX (Required)

3. OPTICAL

70 and 100W Llcatox

HpF

Feactor avarlabie n a

Above ratrngs atso ava abe


Ior 240 votts and 480 votts

COMPONENT (Choose one) (lncludes 2'x 2 tlat pan.)

Conserva l5O t!mrnaire


page F us ilenrs 2 and 3

r75w mercury avaiabte in


lvo taqes Order batast

(in inches)

from Conserva 150 tum n


paqe plus tems 2 and

ate

(See page A27 Io. description

r3 t/r6 OvEB
WRNGBOX

ol Ba asi Component
Example Vttl5LF

Ia )/4"

F!se(s)Add F asTlhdst
Optical Conrponent is nol

aflecled iNoi ava ab

s-v2"

nstanr/on Aulomatrc
Swrtched O!artz safeiy

rL

lghiing Add Z as 7th


gitol Ba iasl Component
Eramp e V1115LZ Opt cal

3-t/4'

component s noi affected

I both iase{s) aid th s


nrodil cation are des red.
add F as 7ih dig t and
Z as 8th d gn of Ba tast

SOUARE PAN

Hot Lamp Festarl is

avaiabeinalvotiaqes
(not m! i vo t) for 50.70,
100 and 150 watt (55 vo t
larnp) Llca ox Add K as
6lh d gir of Battast

Component Exampte

v1|5K

I Lamp rs ve.hcal
b.se

/i\
ut
tL/

!p

he.raroo numbeG ootrons and


G' oA sho^n on rh , o4oe are Lrr

) modll

nedunerorhes6e iorod

' FeqFqed Ttudmrr .lGsa at


TProp' era./ rerm oi A um nun Co

{rr.

conpanv

DURAGLOW@' LUMINAIRE

wtrH necnessEo

SUSPEN DED CEILING

pnru

LISTING

I
TT

c86sG00r

c870N016

001
001

017

,,

Desiqned lor 2

x2

LS

L.verted

c865G001
001
001

Fegressed pan iaceled


ior ow br ghlness
ALGLAST linish on retlctor

,/2

refleclor

,/

,.Adjusiable sockei
L7

P uq_in

Easy relamping lrom tloor

Components shipped in separate cartons

'Lamp is verlicalbase uP

. Suspended Ceilins Listinq

Qlv.
Also avai ab e. 240 volls
a.d 4a0 volls Order
slandard Frlrg ow' um naire ballasl plus o'rl ca
assembly lrorn lhis Paqe

vollaqs Orderslandard
Fillerg!ow 1!mina re
baLlast phs oPlral assemb

n inches)

25

A!aLlable wllh llal Pan


Available w ih 250 and
400 watl Lucalox al

tSee page42T iordescriPlion )

Fuse(s) (Nol avaiLable

A!lomatc sw lched quartz


insta.t/on salety I qhting
Non switched quanz [Not

For w requard see Paqe A29,

SOCKET

--{-

-neGness perEL

I
{Ur
\!/

l.

rtrrom 5ho.i o,htr pae de ut


rned sesorrietuse nor.d

) mod

Res srered Tmdemadi oi General

ECONOGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

SUSPENDED CEILING
LI

wrrH FLAr pAN

car. No.'

TT

SPECIFICATION CHECK
r' Specu ar rei ector ior low

c870N516
517

,/A zakt lnislred reltedor tor

51

phosphor coated amps


socket, plug in

r' Adiusiable
c870N500

,z Easy re amprng irom floor

501

!z Oesigned for ifverled T bar


2

A(I6TEE)
Componenls shioDed jn seoarale
rLamp is verticalbase up

carlo.s

x2 ceilinss

Suspended Ce,ling Listing

Qlv.

2 x2

inches)

req.essed pan

25

Avaiab e 240 & 4a0 votts


Orderstandard Filters ow'
um na re balast plus
opticalassemb y from lhs

1r.",.'
(See page A27 lor description

F!se{s)(Not ava labte

SOCKET HOI]SING

AALLASI

Automalrc sw tclred quartz


instant/on salety I ghling
Non switched q!ariz {Not

tffi ft

23I

ffi1"'

SOUARE

rQ"F^,.-1
I

SUSPENDED CEILING
NG

o'sco*'.,.ct {

For wkegLard, see page A29,

MINIMOUNT@ LUMINAIRE

CAUTION: You musl order ihree separaie componenrs:


1.M nimounl um.a re (choose appropriaie wattage, tarnp type and vo iaqe irom paqe

wrrn REGBEssED

pAN

426l

Cal. No. Vl000-3P

3 2 x 2 Regressed lay in pan ( nc udes rnlerna trim ringl


Cat. No.

n inches)

c866G051

SPECIFICATION CHECK
x2 reqressed lay- n pan
"/2qlves
h sh ang e sh etding
/ Precis on sald opncs
!. Hiqh elficiency, Aizakf-

Heal shock resistant

?z

Prirnary quick d sconnecr p ug

. S!spended Ceilins Listinq

'
Dalasub|acll.cha.gewhoulnaee
/a.\ Ihe.araoa n!mbe6 ooLons and
fUt lmod,r.drcm o"non s.roa euL
\1r' Ebd un A5o ' heN r nded
'FpqsieFdT adema I orGpnrr E.lr.compant
TFop a,\ {mo A un
C.morn\ ol A, pr.a
^um

Enclosed

2 x2

Lay-ln

(x6'Es)
LSNC rallno ol

(paseA26)and

PANELGLOW@ LUMINAIRE

SUSPENDED CEILING
LISTING

Listed in GEA-9654

SeCrtOH 1: HOUSING AND BALLAST MODIIE4


Cal. No-j

TT
c677N701
102

SPECIFICATION CHECK

s-module conslructon ior

,/ Precision-desisned

lens ror

,/

Powr/l\,lodu e ballasi lor


upsrad ng liqhtsources
/Access lo ballasi and lamP

Des qned lor 2 x

2 inveded
c677NOO1
002

Suspsnded C6iling usting

lens with

SECTION 2: ENCLOSURET (For Clear


Cat. No.

Qrv.

Acrylic2

25

70 and 100 watl Luca ox


avallable in a lvollsges.

10
cE66G0',t8
025

10
ava lable ior240 volts and
175 and 250 watl

halide

melal

x2

Acryic2 x2

prismatic qlass relractor

o20
029

Consull
Factory

021
019

022

Lay-ln Lens
Lay-ln Lens w th overlav

ust be used wilh Llca ox and olher clear

Hinqed,llat panwith acry Lc ens, naturalfinish


H nged, ! ai pan acryl wilh overlav Must be lsed wilh Lucalox and other
Hinged. flal pan with LEXAN' polvcarbonate resjn ens naturalinish
Hinged llat pan with LEXqN polvcarbonate resin ens and over av Musl be used
with Lucalox and other clea
H nged,I al pan wrih qlass lempered ens natural iinish
H nqed, 1- nch reqressed pan wilh acrvlic ens natura llnish
Hinqed, 2'inch drop acrylic ens nalural finish

017

SECTION 3: ACCESSORIES (Not


(See paqe A27 lor desciption.l

Fuse(s) (Not available

ALrtomatic swilched quartz

insranl/on saiety iqhting


not availablewith 250 wah

Non'switched quartz (Not

aunils

are without internal


prismalic qlass (see option).
I Shipped ln separate container
tlUse only lens or h nged doors
wfth over ays wrih these unils
,Lanp is horizontal(excePt lor
175W end 250W metalhaldel.

fU L-,/) mod'rKai'onssho*non'r, pa0ea,e


BFd unL$ o,heR& norad
\

(in inches)

uL

tFeq st6ed Trdoma olGnm El*hcC.mpanv

ired. Order

when desi

For UL istinq using these


accessories, contact f actory

COMMERCIAL ACCESSORIES

A. FLAT LAY-IN PAN FOR 2' x

C866G043

U4

B. REGRESSED

C866G049

2' TNVERTED T-BAR CE|L|NG


Duraglow6/Uniglow@400 (open) luminaire - tz, Dia. Reflector
Duragtow/Unigtow 4OO (open) tirminaire - zZ Oia. ietieclor

LAY-IN PAN FOR 2, x 2, TNVERTED T-BAR CEtLtNG


Duragtow/Uniglow 4OO (open) tuminaire - t Z; Oii. nettector

Data subj..t ta ahanse wnhoLl nati.e


Feqistercd Trademan(oi Gene@t EteclicCompay

HAZARDOUS LOCATION LIGHTING


Definition, Classification of Hazardous Location, Summary of
Hazardous Atmospheres
82,3
Commonly Encountered Hazardous Materials
84,5
Temperature Prof ile Data . . . .
86,7
PowroGard
H9
G EA-10364
Ordenng lnformation
B8
Dimensions, Weights
B9
Class l, Division 1 Floodlight .
810, 11 H9
GEA-'1 1128
Filtr.Gard
H2, H5
GEA- r 0363
Ordering lnformation
B 12-15
Dimensions, Weights .
B 16, 17
P-400C Powerflood-Class l, Division 2.......
818 C582N
Versallood - Class l, Division 2
819 C2s4N
Versa.Gard (See Options under H5 page B1S)
H6
Photometric |ndex. . ........
820
For owL* luminaire suitable for hazardous location lighting, see page A1B and
oLp-2093.
.

(Not intended for ordering. See individual product pages.)


The lollow ng informalion s presenlcd

iorthe

purpose ot ctarttication on y

EXAMPLE:
Complete Luminatre Catalog

I Dv

Div

JJ = Larqe Globe wrth Guard


JN = Laroe G obe No Guard

F!G
rl. Dlv 2
rll Div 1&2

K = Hot Lamp Bestart


(HPF Beactor Tvoe)

lll

Class

H =Mercurv. Reaclor
R =Mercury React0r
C =Mercury, Fes or

3=X
5

'MULTIVOLT

DESCFIPTION

ANSVIES
Liohi Distriburion

ENCLOSED BOTTOM

XX
XX XX
XX XX

c!sionerselecnon ol anv

lorr v. t:.F(

t27i

120t2aat24a

Finish on ndlecrorsior Versa.Gsrd

1-1,1

AnLltivotuntpermils
one ol

XXXX
XXX

I
l2

X
X

Universa Reiracior wrth cuard


8 G ass RelractorAsm withoutclard

G ass RelractorAsm with cuard


Glass Fefractor Asm wrth Glard

1? A.rylrc RelracrorAsm wrthGlard


- 12 LEXANl Reiraclor Asm w th cuard

12 Glass FefradorAsm wrthoul cuard


12 Acrylc Feiractor Asm wrthoutGurrd
l2 LEXAN RelractorAsm without clard

-he dbore E.arolF or Coap'ele I u- -d re


Ccr r eaoands nro
rvor.rns d^o covp.. a.d oprkdrconooneni

Un

E:,'?1.;lTf:TJ'

versa Relractor wilhout Guard

12
12

i2'

12
12

I2

e-.pr", H 21,1 5 L 3,P


Ba

rcs'a\T I

conoonPnl

H21

<J

tsL

t ./

F_G

./.

OPEN BOTTOM
Glass Rei.actorAsm w ih Guard
G ass BelractorAsm wlth cuard
Acry ic RelractorAsm wthcuard
LE/"AN RefractorAsm. wth cuard

Grass Reractor As;


G ass RelractorAsr,r wttho!iclard
Acry rc Rehacror asm withoutcuard

tfth;uici;rd

LEXAN Rehactor

Aim wrh^rrG')rn

V2G
R2G

42G
L2G

V5G
B5G
A5G
L5G

W5G

v2

V5

A2
L2

L5

v2

V5

R2

T5r
K5
Y5r

I2

\2
J2
K2

v2

V5
T5

K5

op,.d s.,.,,
Gtoo" H2bOO FN

crard

H2ooo--NF

H2000-3P

tVo,,.,tlns

anO

"oue,

corron.rt)

(OpiicalComponentsl

Data

s'btect ta change wnhaot .atjae

'RelisreredTademad(orGenera

EercC@pany

HAZARDOUS LOCATION LIGHTING


what Constilutes A Hazardous Location?r
The classification of a given area as to Class' Division, and Group is solely the judgement of the

DEFINITION AND
CLASSIFICATION
OF HAZARDOUS
LOCATION

owner. insurance company, and the auihority having

iurisdiction.

Articles 5OO-517 ol lhe Nat ondl Electrical Code

define, categorize and provide the basic ground rules


of the application and installation ol lighting fixtures in
hazardous locations.
Hazardous locations are defined in terms of Class,
Division and Group, per the N.E C The definition of

each is as follows:
'CLASS I locations are those in which flammable
ln the alr
air
Gases or vapors are or may be) present in
in quantities sufficient to produce explosive or ignitible mixtures.

SUMMARY OF
HAZARDOUS

"CLASS ll locations are those that are hazardous


because of the presence of Combustible Dust.
CLASS lll locations are those that are hazardous
because of the presence of easily lgnitible Fiber or
Flyings, but in which such fibers or flyings are not
likeltto be in suspension in the air in quantities
sufficient to produce iqnitible mixtures "
Each "CLASS is further defined as either Division
1

or Division 2.

DIVISION 1 is an environment that is Normally

Hazardous.
DIVISION 2 ls an environment that is Not Normally
Hazardous,
Each Division may be further classified according
+^ the
rh6 particular
n.rfi^,,1'r d,.
v.n6r or
nr dust,
dllsi by
bv defining
definino the
gas, vapor
to
areas by groups, see table below.

ATMOS PH ER ES

Division

Group Typical atmosphere/lgnition temps

Gases,

Normally

oF)
Acetylene (305oC, 581

vapors

hazardous

exterior
ternperature
in 40oC ambient

Class

Hydrogen [4000C, 752oF)

Maximum

GE Type

Limiting
value

Temperature
measured

Cat. No.

2Booc (536oF) &


Articles 500-503 of NEC
Articles 500-503 of NEC

ethylene (490oC, 914oF)


cyclopropane (5000C, 932oF)

180oc (356oF) &


Articles 500-503 of

hexanes (225oC,437oF)

Not Available

H9
N

EC

2Booc (536oF) &

Articles 500-503 of NEC

benzine (28BoC,550oFl

butane (405oC, 761oF)


propane (4500c, 842oF)
acetone (465oC, 8690F)
benzol (5600C, 1040oF)
amyl alcohol (3000c, 572oF)

qasoline
50-60 octane (280oC, 536oFl
1OO octane (4560c, 853oF)
Not

normallY
hazardous

Same
Same
Same
Same

as Division

1
1
1
1

Maxirn

um

interior
temperature
in 40oC ambieni

N4ax. exterior
Metal dust, including aluminum,
magnesium, and their commercial temp. in 40oC
alloys, and other metals of similarly ambient with a
dust blanket
hazardous characteristics.

Normally

Combustible
dusts

as Division
as Division
as Division

hazardous

carbon black. coal, coke dust.

Same as Division

Not
normallY
hazardous

H5r

H2
N

EC

or
HS

Articles 500-503 of NEC


Max. exterior

temp. under
conditions

165oC (3290F) &

Articles 500-503 of NEC

H2

or
H9

of use
Same as Class ll, Division 2

1,2

200oc (392oF) &


Articles 500-503 ot

H2

or

.165oC (3290F)
&

Flour, starch, grain dusts.


1

Max. temp of luminaire not


to exceed the ignition temP.
(oc) oi gas or vapor involved.
Ref. Articles 500-503 of NEC

200oc (392oFl &


Articles 500-503 ol NEC

F
G

Easily

2Booc (536oF) &

manuf actured qases containing


more than 30% hydrogen(by volume)

2*'

Same as
Class ll,

165oC (3290F) &

H2

Articles 500-503 of NEC

Div.2

lgn itible
fibers and

I
I
|

Data

n.,.e I
_
".'* r. -p"', I

s'de,t to chanse qrhao,


or Genm

,-*.,"a Tradffi't
r**l

'Fsiste@d

"

' Extracted from National Electrical code, Arirc e 500 Table 500_2
"{Notnormallvhazardols means that the qases or dlsis are not 'orma v oresent)

i Fii ii,I3;?j:i,31**" ,r"r. "" .suirabre


local codes regulations, or aulhorities

ror wet rocarions. see paqe

814 uL

i 572 rype products may be

used

HAZARDOUS LOCATION LIGHTING

Genera, Electric HaTardous LocaUon producls


d(l^eved a ^ntleslone in 1ne induslry by
"ecuflag fJl
UL 844 lislrng - the onty UL sldndaid tor Hazarjous
Localton Ltghttng.

Don't Be Fooled
pl9gu-c! qo how do you

te| one from the other?


r H.E_ Esltryay re
or e ur a+a rrSi_
lNc ls ro FXAl\,4|Nll i!r; i
^EE-

BE

Dont confuse UL 844 with UL i572 which meets


the standards ior those locations which require
0nly enclosed and gasketed products.
You can

and UL

t readily differen|ate between UL 1572


844 tisted fjxtures by examininq the
CLASS

(f

UL 844IS THE
ONLY UL
STANDARD
FOB HAZARDOUS
LOCATION
LIGHTING

CLASS il
(combustible dust)

lammable gases or vapors)

CLASS ilt
(ignitible fibers)

Powr.Gard. Luminaire
(UL 844 Lisred)

Division

(Hazardous)

Filtr.Gard Luminai.e
(UL 844 Listed)

Division 2
(Not normatly
Hazardous)

H2

or H5^

86, 7. 12-1

rSee note 3, page 87

Color
ht B lue = Mercury
05
Red = Metal Halide 07
Gold = Luca loxo 10
Lig

15
17

20
25

Numeric
50 Watts
70
100
150

175
200
250

Ihe classification ol a given area as


judgement ot the owner, insurance

to Class, Division, and Group is solely the


company, and the authority having iurisdiction.

Data sDbject to.hanqe wrha hbn.e


'Res slered Trademad ot cenra El{lic company

ffi
i"Jnoznno

ES

"*ooeFT

RED HAzARPousDSMATERIALS*
325M

oF FLAMMABLE Llou DS GASEs aND voLAT LE soL

lrsled alphabetically by chemical name


The fire hazard Drooertres ot selecled flammable substances are
general
USE.
for
ltable
s
u
The va lues selected i reiepresen tat ive f igures deemeo

.J

,$
l_

dj -d .sl
'r.." +."C

.:.'

Dala'

Se Haza,do!3 clremL.ah

--

-r

ci

tser am el hy

s Chem ca s Dala

24b

-;;;
cH ro

'. Kero.e
d;foprcpm;
oiEafiTada
'c.i,,o
1 Buroxyb

A.;ryld*

BulY Elhr

S.e rla:ar!lo!s Chem.a


22a 2a
i5

Amroh --Crl CHaIHO


;;;[m

e.e

rP'm

'

.de,s.an .arrY

Un

03

19

r25

C ass 35

4rs

cs

4or
21

1a4

Dala'

101

A7

Nole Se Hazardous Crrem.a

-2e

13

312

25

134

Ndl See Hazarddus Chem ca s Dala'


212..

Und tab

HcoN cH, r

C ass 25 3l]

onnd
N.r. S.! rlarr,L1.,s (;rrPn.r ! oaln'
Ntl. Pi,!.r.r,.:!

V.! Cr3

Sc. rrn'drli'ls

378

o merh! hydra, ne
s uarr '
206

rno 'hern
09 'a20

25

ffiOCH CH,OiiH.Crl

Amnonia. AnhYd.ous

Ir

.Ihslasslnsl.a.lol
t beL.rLrse !'5ta,r

errryr..e

7=,

N.1.

12

493

Se-c

Fl'ardous Orem cals Dars

u.d

2r4

'

Lab c rss as 9(l

=""'i;;"":--'rc
1.

(Lrnd Lab c ass e5 r00)

{rH CrllrOOC

see H37rr.l.L,s Chen, .a s tJar. '

cH cH.crr

crr,

_.

-,

*.

rs

s5

ao r

G.a n

__
!

!! l: !t!!r9 =-

19

cas Dala

03

Nol. se

"

1li

*"

- 60--

-;

o-hLo'td6-

's

Harardous chem cas oara

lhvlon.dE.@HNLH'HNH
e.n"0,.".

=rhvrs;o

aH ctsorrarH

See Hazardous chem

A!.oir.r ar.roq.e

rhyron.

ohor

(ocl

33

Lrnd L;lr cra55 5li 6l)

cf

ro'30

s Oala '

se Perrn elm Elher

B6nz'n.

autylak

':a

Gas

.fi

nd Lab c.5s.10

Chenr

Ch o,oDroovrene O! de

Erh.n.

.nyrllcohol
arl, cH cf oH

22

N.le Se Hazardols

or de

b,r.

Lrnd LalJ c a\5 s5 6a

1'

239 252

16

I!

143

16

rirl

lig

r5

5l

i9

3Lin or

6,
413
56
und Lalr c rss 6l) /o

r..1 3,iyiar"oh.r

BrLv'"ld.hrd"

C.rt on o'sull'd6

Gai

Chlorob6nz.no

ErtiEow

129

49

164

una Lab c as.

100

Una Lab C dss 1oo


N,)rp sec Haz!,.ior! Ch.m

as

t-i

95

o.ra '

(irnd Lab c a$ 40 5ol

Crts'C

or.b.7e.e
Ph.nll crrLonde
-C;;fi4-;'6rs
14o F clsss
Mon..

o'fd.
=Gyl";
crr o(rH
12 Eo.i!erhane

lrn.i Lalr crass lra'


N.r. See Ha:ardl)ls Ch'

cs.
airbo. A su I .le
c..bon rrono'Ld6

rr

croton.rd.hvrl.
.".r"
licro

an

n.i torm.nid!

alr e

212.

Ll.d Lab

otorhYr".lCrtsrnN H

s Uala

31

*'i:iqllt *:i\t'

Herahyrl.obe.ze.e

16oi rn- 21
Nole See rlazardol

Nor. Se Ha:ardl)Lrs che


t a
2:i4
133 ,
3o2

37 Monrh.nol i.o
37 15 M6rh'nor
'oara exr,a.rd

Crolon . A dehyne
plop, Lne A leh,

'le

C"'0"." Xr-'a"." Mrt.ri.l! rFtih


.a Oata oerra .s ro 5u.h d

ro Ha,ardols Chem

lh NFPA Gu d

CoMMoNLYENcoUNTERE6

FIFE HAZARD PFOPERTIES OF FLAMMABLE LIOU DS CASES AND VOLAT LE

lrc

jaH r rra

160

r cH.|()

N.re

u.d Lab a lss


95 r00
Nore Va ucs may
v!,y .o.s,dera b r
ror d fie re.r qrades

6cr E-

Benz

..'
CH

CH

5 'Ene

cLrm

Propanor

cH- cHcrr,

"Fr
.r. S.e H,.rrjo!s
rr r Lrr)cf cH .H crl
tsrnJni o,

Chtstrr

as. 55

31

n6--,5

ass 95 jOO

.e"

----

oo, ^'d;

.n s Dara

Nol. see

Und L:b

91r

l'-

'l

.,rnro.t lr3rb'.o
.)l.lelll,|]pi.Fano

Oren.a

Hazardous

OA 3a

'r;

.,d

Odr

C ass 10 50
.

N.re S.o Hazar.jous

Chem cars Dara ,

D erhyrene Ox.t
Tctramerh! ene Ox.le

_.oo .

., i tdb
N.re Sc

212"

(und

Dara.

:/ll

'_.':;

;-

See rl.rado!s Ch.m .a s Oar!


OCH CH:aH CH

cB aHar oH

Nore see tsaza,douschem,cahDala,

P'opvr

b!

(.H oH

.r Melhv r:

U.d Lab

"ool.

tr.n I .b

I Merh! i aurano A.er.r.


I Merhy B!rrr Erha.oar!
fl].|

l0

CH

(Lrnd Lab c ass90 gsl

.r

26
Nore se Bazardouschm ca s Data,

C ass I O 20

r
.B

ria?.rJ.!s ah.

rc-T
Naohlha Petro

U.d Lab

SPP

s ar.ra .

(ocl

aHofcts oH

325M

5<l

21a

Lr.n tah c ass ?5 30


N.rF Sec Ba:a.do!. Chem .3

Bl_aH

SOLIDS

J!
Hau

ardous Chem'., s Oata

95

B!r.d!.n.
Oimorhyrhydr.rine

"

..

a
Erhc.!r Ethanoar

Nor. S.r Ha?nrdo's

o7 35

Che

156

ffi---?27

;.;/-a;.

,"

N.re Se

3i
1 4 D'm. h, Lrc|.ene

09 ro

b,

Nolc se Hazardous chem cars Data .

Chro,oerhy en.
See Hazardols Chem .a s Daja
o-xyl.n.
,o
463 10
60
c,H! cE.
lt]nd Lab crsqs!. a6l
r 2 Dmerh!hen?cn!

N.1e See Baza(ro,s Chem,.ars Dar:,

l,.lh'l^..111..,---

o- An
ra2

Hazardous Chem.ars

uata.

523

Nol se rraTardousclrem casDalr,

,'6

.The classitication ol a given area as to Class, Division. and Group is solely the iudgement ol the
owners, -insurance company and the authority having

iurisdiction.

TEMPERATURE CONVERSION FORMULAS


35

N.re See

r90
Haz

ar.rous Ch

lol

C)7

21

F=t 8C + 32
Ll.lhyl lsoburyl

(oto..

r Merhv ? Fe.!an..p

"

18

FILTRTGARDG] LU MI NAIRE TEMPERATUR E PROFILE DATA


TABLE A

OPTICAL CONFIGUBATION

Groups E, :,&G3

llass lll,
class

ni!'q6n

l.
2

(Nol lor Anqle

lBn

oivision

Mtq. ercePl note

23

,
C

croup

t.1&2

nol 5.)

Class ll. Oit. I

Mar

Luminai Amb
Anb Lum'Mnd amb
"c ErlornaL oc EndMl 'c

"c

'c
40

Erro'nal

sudac
D rn

Te

55

40

65

TomP

160
160

50
70
100

r60

T3C

200

T3

250

100
115
250

OPTICAL CONFIGUBATION (CONTINUED

LAMP

Sm.lGLob tnd Guad alypo GG)


rwih Deoo Dom6 neirecroa

G ass

12 Glass Rorracio. and Gu.r.

Friacior and Guad

Class ll, Div.1, Groops E,F,&q

Class ll, Div. 1,

55

Dv 2, GroupG
Classlll. Div.13 ?

Cass ll.

55

65

T3

T3
T3
T3

OPTICAL CONFIGUEATION
ALGLAS iinish Enclosd

Fellelor

LAMP
CLass

L.

and Guard fTYpe EG)


Classll. Div 1. G,ouPs E.F &G'
Class ll Div 2 Gmup G
cr.ss ll. Div.I & 2

G,ouPsE.F.s Gt
ll. Div 2. Grou0

cas

C rssllL D'v

le

Tep
160
160
160

50
1a
100

250

100
175

Dara

s!b,e6r ra chaiqe wrhour

.oi.e

' R6orslerd TGdemark or Ge.,al E

e.t

c companv

6s

TABLE

FILTR.GARD!LUMINAIRE

TEMPERATURE PROFILE AND AVAILABILITY WTH INSTANT/ON AUTOMATIC


SWITCHED OUARTZ
TABLE B1

FIXTURE AVAILABILITY AND TEMPERATURE

(Avall.ble wilh slsss

rclEclo.onty. Cannot us6 qtobos whon

TABLE 92

a ctsssriod

VOLTAGE AVAILABILITY WTH BALLAST TYPES

with A!io'transformer

Beactor wrth Aulo-lransiormer

tx

Re;cior w lh Autotransiorher

X
X

x
X

POWRoGARD@ LUMINAIRE TEMPERATURE PROFI LE DATA


TABLE A

TABLE AA
INSTANT/ON AUTOMAT C
SWITCHED OUARTZ

isee Ll[,llTATlONS lo
TABLE AA below.)

175
250
400

'3iY]lfl;?i3il'"n

"'poraru's

ercss.,

saro tsmpe.,arurcs ro, sone

c,oup c mare,rars. ro p,6v6nr ri,o orexprosion insrari

abo'e ldmo envelope surlace re-lperaru'e ddta (in deorees


40-c ambrenl under normat ooralrnc condrtrons

Cetsr.t
rodu'or r50W Lucao.'.ootd-ed wrtn 5SV. L-23.
buto tarp. terD cooe to, lOOv
y,;ir#r.
s r2D .o' opricars R5c. c2c and Fc on ;,b,a;; .s,;-;o-e:;e;i i;;

j"."

'Lj.der

lle

apo opn.re cond rro-s

F2 F5 o, F9 trn,ndr.es ra,/

oe u\Fd n a Ctrs: I, OiL _


a,e rL,raotp .o. Jse w-en uloer -orrrr opera.ra co.orro^!
rano reFperat-,e does nor elcFeo the gn .ro- rerpe
.aoo p'esenr.F2,u-ndres.,euLrisrporo.cra.sr Oi"i,,o_ z aii ar-re dr ihe ;.i oi"
ionpri
&.i d
ar'c'e
son 2locanon as lollows
L rtrc"ro,lJ'n n_afes

lli
nF rax nur

501-9lbl

(21

ds tesreoa.d.orndr.cdodb.eoiron.rnsr-eoaso.vip6,,r-e!n_
"iiii

l0n remperalu.e is not erceeded


!rr.lr.Garo -mr.ai es are suitdb e to, use opr N
E
(01d

c whe-, Lnde,no,md ooe,rtrno


l,ors the nar.r_- tarp remperar,,e ooes nor;*.;.;
hor";, ,;; ;";;; i:;:
0" a,u/e
rh
or

ers o. vapo. o esenr

!9 oo*r,.c.

-r: urnaresare _ isiedai iiiririid ii, ii.r

Lmr-dr.es are ro be _spo when ne.r.er or the abole cond I ons r_rn ne
Hsrrnnaresd'eUL sredro cdssI Dv.on.
Gro-pc -Bodi;;.1d:;t;;.;d
aa. r, r-re rr?co rerpe.ar-re pow,.c.ro t.nnb,
.o.
ar?o;c
^ ap no11;,"; o,;;01
npr

rA!o!F

-drrr-r

ur'-d

e e)r",nat s-rtdLe reno.rcru,e d"ra

deq.ees

Cetsr,!r sds
1,.
"'
a d .5. b..{e. dt aooc aab e1t -nd., n6rnar o[s;61,4i
Ca", landCassrl Otrrsro- rnd2 dngte\rdncl01 (dn be used
"-"l1io;;''
wrlh
o obes rn
-re;-ri,;"iu.j
,orrr
1d
on w,' )0-. To ano o0 wdh . ucaroi
!01b
rc .ice-on v
I6iE ,l
IrC er( epl xilh deep done rsee Daae Bb oarat with sm:t ., l,r;c
" "h" N; ;,;-;_- ;
be used w r! dnerF q.ncliol dnd erooes ro t.,icia"sii..ion;.noLi
!9"
-qll:!!'ii
0b

r led unde

lFo

.ontu unq raclorv tor lemoerature dat.

6!?f

i.,,j

lr-..C^a

.mr.ares-a e J_.rsro to,Ctas(,. Dvson2 Cta(,t. Drvrsron


2 " d c ed ry rar^-d .o.-arrur r"mp;ai"q.tno

"^o

"i"u.;":".,:,"
!5 rl"Ga'd
lJa nd res

a e

Ut

MAXII\4UM

TEiiPEBATURE

RANGE

DENIIF CAI]ON

NU[,1BERS

Nunber
I
T2
I2A
r2B
IzC
rzD
T3
T3A
T3B
T3C
T4
r4a
T5
T6

Desrees C
450

300
280
260
230
215
200
180
165
160
135
12A

loo

85

t-nd2

e.;;leo

.s

Suitabte tor Wet Locations l-o ,! rab.t v ior


,5p.rhpdbove.iass,fiedtocatonr esoetvthe tOoer en.oirreo*r;;.
n,u;;;:;;J-i
"
ord-r' aurdry rau-e ir'r5dcrio- an -i5sho-ro--or bensioi. a-Dt,,i;;;i";;
b-4r0 . rsr.g d Gene at Ftectric t7) $dd M\c,arp con\. ra(to,\
";'
rsrpd

TEMPERATURE CODE

Data 3ubject to chanse wnhout natice


!ReQislred T.adema*
ot ce^era E ectncCompany

POWRoGARD@ Hg LUMINAIRE
. alass l, Divisioh 1, G.oups C & O (For paint sprav atea iixlure, see Oplions')
. Ctass ll, Division 1, GrouPs E, F, & G

. S!ilablB lorrfol
. shipped

{ocations

as two componnls se bslow

n!mber
Choose desired d gil or d g ls from each appropr ale slep to construcl comp ete caialog

Ga]ffi

SPECIFICATION CHECK

SAMPLE

/
/

E ectro epox d zed painl

r'
,,

Low copper aLum num ailovs


Compuler-des qnd qlobe

r'

S .hounnnq atrdnqemenrs

Mounlinq adapler and saietv

CO

l\,1

PO N

d your top

cat No

Need Hg 12oV 15ow HPS

STEPNO: 'l
TopcatNo: Hg

r'Caoac lors wrlh non PCB lquLd


r' ALa,LASllntsh on inlernd

bli

u u"ps to

3l

or determ ne componenr numbers sh pped

penda.l molnnnq, with globe and goard

2 3 4 5
1 15S 3PHH
Balasl and opl ca assemb

H9115S"HH

NTS

Pndanl mounhng

H9000-3P

r' nle!ra cond!rlsea

For Photomekic lndst. s6 oaqe 820.

STEP 1:

Powr.Gard (UL 844 isted) Caution: Soe Temporaluro Prolile Data on paq 86,7lor limitalions

{2 Digitsl

M!ltivoll {120/208/240,r2771 (Ava lable 50 1sow Lucalox' and I75 and 25oW rneial haLde on v l

STEP 2:
(1

124\l

oisit)

2oav

STEP 3:

.10

(3 Diqils)

55
55
55
55
55

\\

Llcalox' 400W HPF Reactor


250W Auto regu ator

200w Aulo_req!lalor
15oW Resulalor iior ssv lamP)
100W Begu ator
70w Fegu aior

40
55

Meial Halrde 400W Auiojegu aior


250W A{rto reg! alor

40
55

Mercury 400W Auro rqulator

55

_n

STEP 4:

No mount ng included

{2 Oiqilsl

KJE===

l'

LNon ,Lq o suppo.i such as sw

ve

ro ni)

H9000 3w

--;o.l

H9000'3c
Straiqhl

{:t " rl
,,

STEP 5:

.r

(2 Diqits)

[if

H9000-5s
Anqle Stanch on

lii

H9000-5J

burn nq type amp can be used.)

Sma I G obe OpncalAssernblv wilh quard


Larae GLobe Optical Assemblv

{Usewiih50.70 lOo 150.175 watl !.ils onlv

witlr qLrard

NOTES
,

Fo. llexrble Dendant {non riqid) mount ng


ihe ballasi housrnq s counre&e shred ro
hanosnarahl Mo!nl nq componenl Lsslandard
mn;.nl laPor 4Pl DO NOT OFDER FLExI
hl F PFiIDANT uNtT BY cof,4PQNENT
CATALOG NUMBEBS ALWAYS OFDER
TOP CAT. NO. SUAH AS H9115S3FHI]

Aata

sttact

'Req'stered

ta ahadQe

||nhaul hance

rrademark ol Gneral ElectE coopanv

St:ndard Dome Rel ector wlth ALGLASi nn sh See Paqe

99 Fq

SeF ocq.89 Frq


Do 1p cor,pc'o a - a. L.lS ir',:
ior
class
Noi
UL
I
sled
iinish
w
ih
ALGLAS
Feileclor
De;p Dome
SmallGlard Ony See Pase 89. F I 3

I see paqe 89. F s

POWRoGARD@ Hg LUMtNAtRE
WEIGHTS AND DIMENSIONS

inches)

DIMENSTONS (in inchesl

TCONDU]T

Pendant and
Pe ndant

Flexible

15

i DM B'

T.
00(ed
So d

Olllne

0!U ne

?u! ?50 400w

Angle Dome Reiiector

I r.:i^!

---!amp,
Prilspra,
drea 50 70.
mW Lucalo^
250E 400W Metat Ha rde
250 E

-l

Dome Feitector

400W M'pr.

l A
I

I --

'tu

'oJoq Halde r---t-r?5wMera


tzolrza
I75W MercLrtu
r5ow

50

Li.,t"

100&

I Dim I Dim
B

,l
l--

r-:--T

]t.-i-|il,,"

Straight
Stanchion

35

Ang le

3.2

Stanchion

50 70

100, t50W Lucatoi

100 & 175W Merclry


oder s m tiar to exceot,
-f 0 painispray afea tirlure wrth
50 /0 100watt Lucaiox and IOO watr
mercurv wilh tdrge qlobe on v tal
lorrdqe!r F rlure nameDiate.o.ta nc
wordrnq SLirable lor ocalrons hav no
depos rs oi readry combLrstrb e oa nr -

Lucalox Fogu16toror Auro.equiaror

t:,
ri5i;i;ai;

resdues

amb ent rat nqs (Ctass I o.tv


able for250 waI Lu.;to^

65"C

ild
?^d

belowon y (altvo rages)


Bussman KTK onty

tuse{s)

15!epa9e A27

for descirptron

ie3

Lucalox-Beactor

l' rtfit

(1 2OV

onty)

150

t4 5
155

155

195

225

14 5

forLamp Restart rs avart.btc


nrlvollaas lor 70. 1OO a.d r5n
volr amo)Lu.ato^ rRF:;rnr
lPFrypebalast on v lAdd; K ,n ih.
wln {55

!ilhdq t ollhe caiatoq n!mber su.h


d Bqll5K3PHH
nslanr 0n Automatrc sw rchPd
ouanr rsava rdb e In.ertarn
rdlng5 See Tab e AA oaoe 86
dBT lor ava labr rtv

208 & 240V

124,277,4aOV

anJ

214
Morcury Begularor or Auto{eq!tator

(See paqe

88lor

215
205
175

detarrs )

o?,
-\ ,,'il i;'s;;:ir;" \
\
ATGLASII--

A-s".:!;,"

., l;'.,^,e,;;-

rl #"r.
.,..

r\
't

",.

onrt

ALGLAS-iinish

Dalasubp.ltachangewthaulnoiae

'F.a

ner,"d Trademark ot cnera

comp ete catalog number


choose desired d ail or d a ls from each appropr ate slep to consiruct

ffi

.
SAMPLE,

u"ps to bli

d vour rop

car

No

3l with globe and quard


Need H912OV l5OWllPS

3 4

12

STEP NO:

H9

Top Cat No:

15S 3T HH
COMPONENTS
SH IPPEO

B,llasr and ooticalassemb

H9li5s"HH09

Cab e Connector & Tr!'nn on

89000 3T

Order by ToP Cat. No. only.

For Pholomekic lndex, see paqs 820


No. Diqit

STEP 1:

Powr.Gard (UL 844 lisledl

(2 Disits)

STEP 2:
1

{1 Diqir)

2
3

pago 86,7 tor


Caution: Soe Tonpor.lure Prctlle Oata on

120V
208V
24aV
277V

STEP 3:
(3 Diqits)

rGl
Ifl:i

4A

401

55
55
55
55
55

25S

!!

20s

15oW Fesu ator (ior s5V lamP)

155

t0s
07s
Melal Halide 4oow auto-regu ator

4Q

55

,,.

Mercury 400wAulo{egulalor

4a
55
55

250W Flegulalor
175W

Aulo{equ ator

STEP 4:
(2 Disits)

Cable connector
Cab e connecior

STEP 5:
(2 Diqits)

H9000'NH
H9000-NJ

Data subtect to chanse \|tthout notice


Res sreredTQdemalk oi Genera

and Trunnion
and Trunnio.

wllh guard

Large Globe Oplica Assemb

wilh guard

lG

with 50.70,lOO

l50 lT5wait unilsonlvl

ACCESSOFIES

H9000 006

obe OPtca Assemb

Sma

'_rt-l'

l1

Deep Dome Fefleclor w th aLGLASiinrsh' Noi uL lisled for Qlass


sma I Guard Onlv See Paqe 81i F g 2
Large Guard OnlY See Page 811 F g 3

ll

See page Bl

l Fig I

POWRoGARD@ H9 FLOODLTGHT LUMINAIRE


rn GEA

@fininches)

WEIGHTS AND DIMENSIONS


Mou NTt Nc AR nANc E-MEt.trSCable Connector

DIMENSToNS (in inchesl

rFl

1.5

Trunnion

rtl

()
-s+=
\:

6.5
'r 3-.1

--"

I' i*it[
''tFli'
\//

208 & 240V

124 277 4AAV


Motat Hatide Auto rqutalor

H:risns5.

Eted {outdotr Satr Water

427lor description l
- fol Lamp Fesrart rs avarlable
marvolraaes fo.70. r00 anrt tsn
war(55 voll .mpJ Lucato^ fReaclor

isee

paqe

nPf rype batlast ont\, ) Add

ak

rn rha

5'rhdqir of the caratoa n!mber s r;;_

H9]I5KSPHH
- rslanl/Of Auronarrc Sw Iched
0urdz savarab e rn.e11,'n
ralrnqs See Tabte M ior
aabi ty and imitatLons

Slandard dome and anqted dome ref ecror ava


tabre See paaes Ba and B9

,e

(1 _\.

r
,/,/

,,n,

DeoDome
Reltettat w th

ALGLAS

trnrsh

I
.

Fis.z

Fio. 3

Only

Only

FqLsreredTrademarttorGenera

EracrcCohpany

FILTRoGARD@ H2 LUMINAIRE
. Suitabl lor wol locations

i 8l!.oi'oili9-.. o.,"s
.

a,

arass li- Division 1 Groups E,


Oivision 2, GrouPG
lll Divrsions I and 2

.classll.

B c,
F

&D

&G

. ar:sa

slep
Choose desired drg t or diglts lrom each appropriaie
by componenl !nder Component Cai No col!mn

/--rr-6wT6-\
(s-e-rqgil-1!!i.,

Iil

sAMpLE:

r'

Top Cat No:

",

r'

r'

ro

b!

ld /our rop

H2

15L 3P FG
Ba last

H2115L
H2000-3P
H2000-FN
H2000-NF

SH PPEO

wtrLna comoai(rnent
Fleciio-eoo^rdrzed Paint
Low copper alum num alLovs

r' se!;.

"rrt"t,I

cat No

CON4PONENTS

Th.ee oot caL assembl es


Capacrlors w th non PCB iq!rd

or selecl caiaLog

or determine compone'r numbers shrpped


3/i
pendanl nouniing wnh large globe and guard
Need H2 12OV 15OW HPS.

. u"ps

STEP NO:

SPECIFICATION CHECK

to conslrucl complele cataloq 'umb'

mounrjna arransemenrs

For Oimensions, s66 Paq 816_17


For Photomolric lndsx, ss pago 820
Cal. No.

STEP

1:

STEP 2:

{Lucalox balLasl is

(1 Diqit)

l-l

PF reactor )

Fep ace

'

2
3

in ballasi comPonent

Cat No wilh lh sdlgilwhen


order ng by comPonenl

STEP 3:
(3 oiqits)

40
Temp. oC:
40
40

25S
151
10L

4aOVare llPF reaciortvpe


208 24Oand 277vare HPF agtYPe

l5OWr 120and

loow

H2'07!

071

Mela Hal de

4OOW

H2'4OM

Auto req!laior

H2i25M

250w Aulojegu ator

40
40
40
4o
40

H2'25S
H2"15L
H2'101

Mercury 4o0w Auto

H2'40C

requ aior

fl2'25C
trz,17C

250w Regulalor
l75W Auto regu ator

H2'10C

STEP 4:

H2000-3P
H2000 4P
H2000-6P

(2 Diqilsl

Flexrb e Pendani
F e! bie Pendant

lt

{Llse when suoport

Ls

H2000-3F
H2000-4F

non{Lg d )

H2000-3w

H2000 3c
H2000-4c
H2000 5s

H2000'6s

-.

'

/"

A..lF rr"n n,o "


-.""

;^;'" ,i""

,!-

"

Fes st,erl

rradena*

or Gener

Low Prolrle
Low Proli e

globes ior
(Th s mouni ng cannot be used in conlu'ct on wilh
apl d\ \'o^n r- 'olp 5 o"qF
dool
C d.' r'
"nd
r^o r'oa drp
caurion:ro npri ^2r'da d ur 'a 'd
must be !sed

L
i

ilion o

8/

o-'

H2000-sJ

t]2000-6J

(Ihis moonl .q cannol be used for 250 and 400 walt units
swilched qlartz unils nor hot restarl unils )

: Belore us ns a Genera ElectrLclT5waltMXFlamp co'su!lfaclory

H2000'31
H2000-41

FILTRoGARDo H2 LUMtNAtRE

For Dimensions, see paqe 816,17.


Fi[..card H2

Lunrnair6

STEP 5:
l?

:A,,

or 3 Oiqits when

cc.

I.r'
tt

I or 2 Digib

FG.

c obp J Be.o.-, . nq. op reapp.a,.


I 1"quard
w ih
I pror e paqe 86l

-. o" " oo t B- o." - ns .e"


q!ard protr

wirh

e oaqe B6

,e

"Dp d.-re

Enclosed Ref ector ALGLASLI. sh

Glass Refractor+ Type V

vsc

t-;_;'

BsG

l:l
I(\_--1

v2G ..

n2G

Ft2c,
W5c.

regutator iype ba last s


syariab ior 70 1OO and 1so-wall
l.lcalox. Reprace L (sixih d
srl ol
barast componeni caaaroo n,,
mb
ad
S ,lor
examote H2j155
, ior exampte
H2iiss
-12 acrylic or LEXANT Dotycarbonate resin
rekacro, avartabte tor roo watt maii.i^ irn"r:
ambrenlfor DNrson 2 on y order s mrta; ro

12

Glass Betracror+ TyDe

Glass Reiraclor Type

lU. versd c

Bek.clor

ass

r75W tva.

slandard Dome Rel eclor w th ALGLAS I n sh


{Use w th grobe rype optica on y )

H2000dol

Ang ed (30.) Dome Fef eclor w th ALGLAS f n


sh
(Use w th 9 obe typ opr ca on y

H2000 002

Magnetic

-Som railngs avaitabte ior


amb enls. contact factory

55. and 65oC


Deep Dome Bel edor wrrh ALGLAS fin sh
{Use with giobe Iypeoptca on yJ
Caulion:Se page 86. Tabt A

rseepaqe

usrng ihis refecror. ba asrcataioc

A27 ior.lescr ption )

0rier sim lar to

except

on iop

H2000-006

Cat No

tusnq Blssmai KTKoniy (Not


alabew th m!ttivolt !nrrs )
Hol Lamp Fesiart s ava ab F

n!nber

must change Order s mr ar ro exceDi


for !se w th deep dome reitector

Ba ast saiety charn See rteri

paqe A29

faivoitages for 70.

1OO and lsO walt (55 volt


Lucalox (Reaclor type ba iasi o.tyl Not
prot
able w th Low
te mou.t ng Add a
( rn llre srxth d g t ot bal asl comoone.r
mlaog.umber such as H2j t5K
- nslant,/on Aotonat c swrlched oLrarl?
sava ab e in certarn rat ngs tor C ass ll onty
LNolavailable ior Low prot ie mount ng I See
oag 87. Tab e B ior avai ab ity and
hmDeralureJrrof ew rh q!a.tz amp

dmpl

ila

lwhenorderng !n l bvcompone'ts ratherlh.n bvlopcaiaroq n!mber,


ordero.eorbolhcara
car' No. cor!m. For eramp e ro orde, rarqe qlooeara guara
o,oerbor;;;.;"

oq numbe.s under opricar conponent

F,il ilft:*;
Grobes rerecror,
a'e pa.Ld and shrppd separa,e \ irom a!a.dq
To order u.rr trrrhoul q!a o omrr eno arsi G
from top catatog n!mber For examp e. H2t 1sL3pF
,'+ Use wrlh 175
or ts2115L3pV5

and reriactors

watlsand bc ow.ntv

Bea srered rradmarri or cenerar Eieclrc Cohpanv

step
Choose desired drqLi or drgts lrom each appropnaie
by compone.t under Conrpone.lCal No co umn

l|clFffi

b!id

vour top

SAMPLE: Need H5

lzov

15ow tsPS

SI-]

IPPED

".

Ba lasi

Ft5115L

F2000-3P

Srnal G obe

ts2000 GN

F2000-NG

,/wirjnq conpartmenl

r' Electro-eoox di2ed

15L 3PGG

COMPONEN IS

Th.ee oohca assembles


Capac tors wiih non_PCB iq!id

or determine componenl n!mbers shipped


pendanl mounting with sma Iglobe and guard

TopcatNo: H5

SPECIFICATION CHECK

r'
r'

NO:

numbers
construct comolele calalog number' or selecl cataLoa

cat No

5 steps to

STEP

io

Parnl

Low copper al!mrn!m a loYS

r' se;en mo!ntina aransements

For Dim6nsions. see Page 816'17


For Photomelric lndex, see page 820

STEP 1:
STEP 2:
{1 Oigil)

Replace' ln bal asl comPonenl


Cat No with lh sdrsitwhe.
orderinq bv comPone.l

H5.40t

STEP 3:

H5"25S
H5*15L

{3 Diqits)

H5i',t0L

H5r07L
40
H5*40M
40

H5.25M
H5'40C

40

H5"25C

H5'17C

STEP 4:

H2000-3P

(2 Diqits)

82000-4P
H2000-6P

H2000 3F
H2000-4F

H2000-3w
H2000'4w
H2000'3c
H2000-4c
H2000-5s
H2000-6s

H2000 5J
H2000 6J

H2000-31
H2000-4L

Dara srb,d r. chanse wrrhour norce


' R!'srered Tradema* nr GeneE

i"

IE?!.t""t"'3T3"

o**n

.reck,c r75 watt rvxR

ramp in a hazardous ocai

on consurt ractory

FILTRoGARD@ H5 LUMtNAtRE
I

For Dimensions, ses paq 816-17.


Fi[..ca.d H5
Luminai16

STEP 5:
{2or3 oisits when

Smal c obetr
wth suard+ See NOTES

,=_--l

*id/

1or? Digils

wih suard { See NOrES


Enc osed Reftector ALGLAST t nish

Spocily Opticat

8'Glass Retracior+ Type

usc

j=]

with guard+ See NOTES

Glass Retraclorf Type ll


with quard+ See NOTES

e=;i

l2 c

ass Refractor Type V

n5g
a2G
A5G
A2G
L5G
L2G

12

1, .{

G ass Befracior

lype

wilh guard

l2

Acrytc Fefracror! (tsOW MaxJ Type

12

Acry ic

Retractor!

{150W

12 LE\AN" Betra.rorE

l2

LExAN

1r

A,1ax )

Type

5OW Ma, I TyDe V

Beh.ctor! l]sOW Ma, lType]t

utiity Feflector with ALGLAS fin sh r175W Mat I


with suard (Not ava tabte sw iched qrartz)
llnversa

Gtass Betraclor t175W

l
^4ar

Cal. No.
controh ava tabte 120, 208.
240V (T75W mat.l For 4ooC max.
ambient
i Sone railngs avaiab e for 55 6s
ind90dCamb ents Conlact iaclory.
- 0Oen Oplrcai Assem blies
lversa'Gard' L!mina rel To
order, repace second dig t ot top
mhos iumberwith a 6. (H6)
?nd add appropr ate optcatdigit(sj
allhe end (See tabte for Drismalt.
lraclors Page B1 tordtgits and
avaiab ityJ tor example top
uh og number H61rsLgpv2c. ootcar
component 116000 VzN, etc Retracior
lntallofssame as those tor Hs
requlator lype balast s
avallab e lor 70, 1OO and lsGwalt
lucao!. Beplace L (s rih disit of
hlasl conponenr catatoq numberl wilh

Slandard Dome Flet ecior w th ALGLAS,


wih g obe iype opticatontyJ

-PE

fi S

lorexampte. H51155

tr;;

H2000-001

Angled {30oJ Donre Reiiecrorwith ALGLAS,


n sh
wilh q obe iype optca oniy.)

H2000-002

Deep Dome Beftector w th ALGLAS I n sh


wilh q obe lype oprrcatonly)

H5000-006

Fuse Kits to. tietd nsta lation (tess rusesJ

Sinqlo
H5000 FKl
H5000-FK2

SeeDaq

lrder

A27 tordescrtpiion )

simiar to except on toD Cai. No

iNot avaiabte with m!livolt Lnrts ]


- HolLamp Ftestart is ava iabte n
!lvolaqesfor 70 jOO and 150
{ahtss vott ampl Lucatox (Feacror
lype bal ast onty) Noi availabte
with
Lo{Profl mou.|nq Add a K in the
rdlh d g tot ba ast comDonent cata od
flmber such as HSi t5K
-rshni/O. Aulomatic Switched euarlz s
&ailable rn certain rat ngs on y
{See ca!iion
! A26)Nol ava|abewith Low protite mo!ntino

Single

tusng

I
_

Ll

When order nq

!n

I by componenrs athpr lhan

::ili:;:ru]i,*r*i:;il"1l:',[ri::J,",ffi:fi:iiiii,,i!it.?,xi]lf#i"Js:,ilit:il:::,i'':'J'.::fft?::il;
loorderunrr wrthoLrquard omrenddqt

usewrihiT5wartsandbetdw.nrv

fr.)m topcalalog number Forexample H5115L3PGorH5115L3PV5

Use w th 250 watts and beiow ont;


See paae Br 7

E!

r i.modnl

FILTRoGARD@ LUMINAIRE
(in inches)

WEIGHTS AND DIMENSIONS

Pendant
Net Wt. (lbs.)
3.5

Flexible
Enc osed and Gaskeied Feilector

Net Wt. (lbs


5.25

Net Wt. (lbs.)


6.7

MOUNTING

5 500

SO

o9

J'"'f;',F
ilso 1f
z

3/4 0R l

CONDUT 4 PLC

rbo

LUMlNAIRE
DRILL SPOTS

4 PLC S.

]F

Net Wt. (lbs.)


5.7

I-l!

OF

2.469

Ceiling
16 1aa"

16 1875

Iti
--

9375

2.625

9.406

L
312

.75 0R

1.75

IN. CONDUIT

5 PLC'S.

75 SLOT 2 PLC'S.

Straight
Slanchion

Net Wt. (lbs.)


5.0

t
Angle
Stanchion

ou!"

Net Wt. (lbs.)


5.0

""
1 1/zt

'Pu'

or

---T

ru u trultn e

Loo

/1ffi/",uoo

*1ffi q

NPT

600

oF

SET SCREW LU

M IN

AIRE

Low Profile
Net Wt. (lbs.)
3.0

' Req6lered

L,

TGdena orGenra EeclncCompanv

FILTRoGABD@ LUMtNAtBE

.c0Fie-Ea6wff)
Enclosed
Retlector

Net
Watts

Lamp Type

ALGLASI

250

Regulator or
Auto-regulator

linish

150
100
70

Lucalox@

22.5

v/ith

//:I 1l
l
:17.625,

lJlilily

Eeltector

400
250

11
-L
]=irffi=l

21 .2

19.2

20.5

Metal Halide

22.7
16.8

Mercury

19.3
16.7

_129.

400
250
175

Glass,

Acrylic

Reactor
('120V onty)

1na
13.0

13.5
13.0

Reactor/Autotransformer

197
17 .7

19.0

__-_-

14.4
14.2

0t

LEXAN'
Relractor

.
Universal Glass Befractor

F:5i{18F"%?BrcrLs

7 500

I250

10125

11 250

9 375
13 500

I500

11 250

LEXAN

I000

t3 500
10 500

9 clobe

Globe and cuard

7"

Globe and cuard

7 ciobe

ndustrial Refjector
Industrial Door Glass
Guard
Dome

Reflector with
ALGLASo finish
Argled 30o Dome
Reflector with
ALGLAS finish
Deep Dome

3.7
4.4
3.0
3.5
2.O

3.0
0.5
o.7
1.0

Reflector with
ALGLAS finish

1.0

Utility Reflector
Universal Glass

Refractor
Enclosed

Refractor

Assembly

Acrylic or LEXAN

Glass:8

12
Refractor Guard:

6.0
5.6
14.7

B'
12

'1.0

1.5

hn.,hitt ta chahee wnhout n riap


rr{ird
radefrarri or cenera E
ecr c company

,.*o*,-Lr"*ro*r=

Acryltc is resjstant to dilute solutjor


flyorocarbons, and dilute alcohols. ns of strong acids and alkalies, alphatic petroleum oils, aliphatic

,nd.olidizins acids rhe ,ower kerones


;:lJ;:;'iiJj 'rwi::il:"":d"?,i1r::
esrers, aroma.c
racquer tt'jnners Nalurarrv +hp ios,slance
ro rhese various
iv;i;i;;;;"J;"
and the temperalure environ-ent
^^^"r .^^,^,^---tralron
remperarure ro ware, djrJre irorsanrc
;;;. .;i,i;;;.:;i;ff,1;":tlT::,",^l9o_m
and orsan,c
alcohols. rr is reaairv iisso-iv!l"n;"J:-.:1lt: veserable oirs aljonatrc h\
:errain
jirfl:","#ff:r;r";i:::
harosinarej
i"r"""iJrliJi
orcnroroerhane. and chlorororm.
?:i
Loss of properties can result from ..
,;_,",,i:fl:.,#.#i:$#;T:pflilllli:#T;.;::,1,#1,31,""*iiJi,?t11..,?ii?!.,,iSl?15.:;

:'",;

I!!lnch6s)
S class

AND soLVENrs oN AcRyLrc


aNo

chemicari wilr vary


LLXAN resin ha<

;;,f

r+ooc

(For Hazardous Locations)

PowERFLOOD@ FLOODLi9x[

ln Clsss
Thss lloo.lhqhls are uL 644lislotl lor uso

,".0"'"i,* it

L Division 2, Groups A,8 C D


Suilable tor vlel locations

' class
.

zs"c.

's*

Division 2 btsod on n ambient

rempersturo rabl6 below)

TT
c582N506
501

503
46
45
45

cs82N406
401

403

c582N006
001

003

TT
c582N512
507
509

c582N407

7. os , Hoh tre

409

-l F"3

,'" -t r

c582N021
016
018

mounl ng accessories

@
-

Qtv.

2oa and 277 volls avaiable tor ral nqs

;i *

,
:

n Li

perm its

cusloner seteclton ot any

;$ ffi; ;,; ;;;;


::;TH3'..',:::

;;"ad

on_e.oi th,to

vottages

"ffi#;;:i,;il;

nil :;t;;e'rcurv

2Ol208/2 4Ol277.

amp the bearn spread

6x5

Sr

Eti. Proj Area s 2 8 sq

tt

max

For"round
suqsu"t"o -ount ne i," sr'i s 25 ieer

*;;."r

desrees/NEr'rA.tvpe-desisnatrons

""'.."'"e
o".i",rn". "*"nr,'..

"-mber'
"n"rdelar

rap",,iii-,iili"lll'flii"l""l,TijTl""1li":J1"J"'iiliilJ;:Jf;:i

beror r5asa,r

s are on paqe F2

c690H35X
c790H68X
c690H36X
c790H70x
c690H37X
c79AN72X
c690H39X
c790H76X

f,"o*-*""*"*.'""*'-"-*,oodlLghtwhenmoUntedontenon.ioppoLesortenonbrackeis'

Dataslbq

tt

chahae \|Ithad nance

rt,' ps"
/lI ) -.a,ri.i.1'+"- - noFd
""'l
\i/
d-"d unress orhPfr
'Fpof@ ed Tcdemarr o'e6ener
'"Tr;emarrolGeneralEleclr!ccompanv

UL lisled lor use in Ctass t,

Divis;;

VERSAFLOOD@ I FLOODLIGHT

x1

TT
124
24A
440

Reguiator

37
36
36

u,,

[,;f, Ij"jffi

u:l,l,_".,",ll,r"",,"",r8,

inches)
658

-l

f9

* Llnll per.nrts custome.


seiectron ot any

ofe oi

r,

25 116

raoe(r20 2os.40 2 /
i,o, beon \o,p"o'"",;;;i u,-;;;":;;o
.,-eDdoe(
'S!*l:g,lJn[ii*'Fo'armnqrromst'ashrupto"r'ughia;*n;iiho,i*r"venorbeow(neve.above]th-p

ill ftoj Area rs 2 5 sq

fr max

[2.0 sq

ft

w]th back 30" above horiT )

- ;lirlSllietar
- f,'gfriiiJii"
-

;:8,'iiigif

'Yff",''j"#

208.277

harrde

avairabre wirh

'Not

haride (Nor avaiab e

rclts aiabeinZO

tOO,i50 2iOwatt

rroodr sh! on tenon top pores


or renon brackers. order a czsecosz
arrapr

Data

s1bte.t ta change wnhau!

l!:

"'* **""

n.lce

E:li: Hi::1",
,auma+ o|jeneraiE e!ir.
"";|,:ti:.i;::,:fi
compJn\
i,..ltz:,":l

Qiv.

PHOTOMETRIC INDEX
400w
250W
clear
clear
Metal Halide Metal Halide

POWR.GARD@

LUMINAIRE
35'

17

35-176429

6415

GIobe and guard

Globe and guard

35-176410

35-176417

35-176424

and dome reflector

35-176412
35-176456

Globe and
Globe and guard
and deeP dome reflector

35-177102
35-17707 5

Powr.Gard Floodlight Luminaire

Globe, quard & deep dome

Anale Stanchion with


olo-be and guard

35-176461

Anole Stanchion with globe and


9u;rd and dome reflector
Anole Stanchlon wlth globe and
o'rircl and anqled dome retlector

FILTB.GARDoI
LUMINAIRE
Globe and guard

35-176618

Globe and guard


and dome reflector

35-176619

clobe and guard and deep


dome reflector

35-177024

35-17 67 42

35'17 67 43
Combination

not
available

35

17 67

not
available

45

Globe and guard


and angle dome rellector
Angle Stanchion with globe
and guard

Anole Stanchion wrth globe and


qu;rd and dome rellector

35-176814
35-176837

Glass relractor TYPe V


with guard
Glass reiractor TYPe ll
with guard

35-176810

Acrylic refractor
Type V with guard
Combination

Acrvlic refractor
Typ-e ll with guard

not
available

LEXANo refractor
Type V with guard
35'17 67 25

lndustrial tYPe ref lector


without guard

35-176731

35-176711

35-177 A49

Universal refractor
without guard

t"

Dara s!b,ec, ro chanse 'riholr'otce


rResistredTradmari ol Genera E ectic companv

35-17

032

FLOODLIGHT LUMINAIRES

c4
S5

L5
S5
Uf)

C8

C252N
c2s1 N, C253N
C256N
c256N
c256N
C256N
c259N
c439N, Cs39N
C675N, C693N
c537N

G EA-1

catarog number.,

[3;Jtfli,"#i":in']""

.ffi

are desig,tdred by the rype and


,-jlooglrshts
watrage o, the
r:Jp,liev use and by therr tighi
Ine Deam spread can be descr-ibe.jdiskrb-urron
in

;. ;;;"r;;",j;

ps ,r-iilil#1ft"J :lsj"ffi:;Ty:#.,J,t
pornr where tne cano,epowJi
i,"oo's
i.l,ll:w o"^l:,:tll:
lmhsvarJe
ruur rs ma,.rmur
l he tamp and ,too
ryp-e

(Sce

di,isni Nli,ii
rype rs gtven in the upper lelt hano
corner ol each isofoot_
o'aSram Th,s
rumber can be rJr"o to ,O"ni,iv
r'r,"

lil9r9

tT

u:

i.;:,

iol"j.

J;
_*::n,5ru:
the'?lffi
shape ot the r,gnr p"n"rn t"he'f"dl_
ll^:?9"
lor descr,be
rgnloroduces
or rne peak rrlumrndt,on

tift,:itl: lffrfn

i:;

,f6or"r.i i"r; S"ui_


melr,cal lloodltghls have tnF sdme
ho zontaland verttcdt beam
ar e ctass,fied wirr, one N
oeam spreads have a horrzontalandEMA nrrno"i ei"r;"iiil;]
vr
levirf

385

G EA-1

1 288
EA-7629
GEA-l0313
GEA-7629
GEA-9776
G EA-g226
GEA-85s4, cEH_997s

c9
c10 c87sN
c11 c867N
c12, 13 x503
c14 c258c,,C500f , c623c
c1s
c1s c2s8c

EA-10780

GEA-10781
GEA.1 1110

GEA-7 677

page 819 for Versaflood

OUTDOOB FLOODLIGHT
LUMINAIRE DESIGNATIONS
Beam Spread Degrees
10 up to 1B

1B up to 29

29 up to 46
46 up to 70

3
4

70 up to 100
100 up to 130
130

6
7

spred and

rne noirzortar

rir

".ri," .llilr,i
HV

Example: NEMAtype

7x

nl,'r'rtica'|rdesrgnarron

rH v)

Data s,bje.t ta chanse wthaut nan.e

.SEE

SUPPLEMENT AT BACK OF CATALOG


FOR C@ PBODUCTS.

HLOF-o\rERFLooD@FLooDLIGHT

Horizonlal Burning Lamp L sted in GEA 10780

(in inches)
/-

A MLNG SLGI]T

,,",r;]..j
22t/t

l"E!rq]

L i:

_l

_ '/," R ,.- DA
uoies t:t

' i1$n,
l,l.'r '-'

(J@

\'4r.

'

-'

*t, *t;.'5'
;:'3".,",1 ;";.if"$ :; ".iiv'; i.";" 3llfll'161'
c
X;;il ;. icj ,;oi Fo" d("r, s"e pdeF
tner r'% o, 4oo.^,,.
Uniioe,m

t\\

FIi Proi Area

i\

il''
t'rT

irl m;r

3o

ts customet

seleclio'

ou'o

"'

or e

rs as {oLlows:

lrom sde
mar at 45' hor zonral {'ormal !rmr'g anq el

#i:;:.ili;,:]:l,l"j[:l'"11,",**,'.'*'".."

.uvers

sh

edso,otheraccessoresanachedlothe

um nare

I ,ll1 .I

LL-f

Sa-RE\\

2 FEo

MIN.
QTY.
_o Au'o'a
rn:r" Onar'.q rarr.qs

r"_eoou

avaLlabje Ln lisred
rn".[le t/oe s rOf lter 4!rh

w rL rsrur
lop lenon L>perrrv
r o rh .'i;h 2 38 QO po! 'u"erreo
w r nq Lu
wilh
.ore'leo
K;uc(le |.lpe s 'pi tler
leno' on v lbpecirY
3 o oD Do e loP
Lrvotr
mu
F,Lq no Nol avaL ab e wilh

M;o Reo Luca o. ba lasl


!ao!e
S ni e 2b8 240 277 !ollaqes rva

5
5

S plrtler lor lrun.ro.

rr d

lvP

n:r[

Bronze coLor
LEXAN oo vcarbonate res n !andd sFreio
Top and two srde v sors

"P-['stli:',*m[r:*:,
\,

5
5
5

'

c258G057
c2s8G109
c246G028
c246G029
c246G030
c246G031

ut"*n*
,"@"
."r*.,*.r.rr-p" lq'aY)
hr.nzel or C258G057

use sl pfrtler adapter c258G10s {dark


on tenonrop poles or lenon brackels

VLU POWERFLOOD@ FLOODLIC,HT

(in inches)
P,E.CONTFOL

SIGHT

WI.IEN BQ

,)r,

cxwlwllm

see pase c2.

See page C2.


MIN.
QTY-

AtJtomallc sw iched

i[:i[H{'""li{,,!iff H?s"ff!#ilf
f x;1
on
spec' r - i,j''l!'iH' ??::'ff;iJlif vr
baltasr
- llaq-Bes. Lucatox240

H,Ti'i'"9:i:s,: Hl[i'JJ

277 vo},ees avd, abre

;':i';j,?ao;"T"

rpltte.lor trunnion tyo.


Dark Bronze cot.r

LEXANT potycarbonate resin

Top and hro srde vrsors

c258c057
c258c109
c246c028
c246G029

c246c030
c246c031

illii,"ii!{rirft

ffl"ilis"a3L,.

'Reqsreredrrademarkorcenerr

ecrcCompaiy

P-1

50 POVI/ERFLOOD@ FLOODLIGHT

Listed in GEA_11110

NI
Cal. No.
2a

c256N600

2A

601

502
25

c256N603

2A

604
605

25
25

c256N606

2A

607
608

25

c2s6N336
321

(in inches)
-

325

14.1a

lr- I -*L ---t


-$.

,i,ll-_
-rl [
,--l

43/"'

c256N101
102
103

"

,
,- "," Dta
L --:.I'I HOL
ES 2I

Ell Proi Area s 14sq ft

max

MIN.
QTY.

,PF

(no.

ULI
P'e d'red rnlerna v mounled
i'; r:h c r. 120 th ouqh 277 vo t lnot
.vaiLable n mu irvolu
ControL

;?i-L

.3'.1&.

.h.'aoe ierqhts

";lT,i :",."!:'"3:iil: ff i:,, 1

or oiher dela ls are on paSe Fz

19

:: :; l :l' "::

:3 v":i

E^lernal PE recPiacle:
Fusr.q tNot avai able w th mul votr

c690H62X
c791H23X

c791ll24x

q.a n:.e
----r

,lr.

C14 lor other mo!.i ng accessor es


o
oo ,
- u* F\'_ a d"r '5r"

l;;.,.-

"

C246G016

u246co3s

c690H63X
c791H25X
c79t H26X
c690H64X
Q791H27X

c791H28X

c690ll65x
c791ll29x
c791H30X

F."r",o"'"no"aooo"""orlenonbrackelsuseslpiitiradaplrC25SGlOgtdarkbronze)orC258G057tqmvl

(ur
\

o;i ,
). \"durP

L_?/

,iilrr

a n! e!
Eecr.comoant

n .r !.1G.reG

P-l 54 POWERFLOOD@ FLOODLIGHT

l;
NEMA
Bsam

Nt

250/400-wax

6ro

25

25o/4ocwan

6x6

c31. No.

Aallast

RECEPT
c256N635

PT
c255N632
c256N637

440

c256N636

480

SPECIFICATION CHECK

r',

/
/'/

25o'Wax

He.vy duiy drecastaium num housrno


Heal and shocl res staft temDe.ed otrlss
Heavy-qauqe oalvanized steel trrnnlon

Corrosioniesisiant lrardware
Convenienl wirino bot
F nqed lrontdooi secured with two sra n ess

(in inches)
r.*

Urit De.n r' Jsrore se er o ota-)oneortou,lo]|aaesI2ApAa)4A2|7


seF Dagp ( - tor bedr qpre.d NrMA ilpE o.s gndr on.
:Order PE coniro separatety (See paqd
Er6 I
Ur Iperrrls cusloner seleLr o- ot erthF /50o,400sarl

Ell Proi Area s

4 sq

'i

mai

BOX

5uloenedmourlr_o_aigrrrr,stoFt To'or-d tappeo,dncho od eDoee in-uonoorr.^prs a.rh.,


00r (r-re 'en ordtos. ordar cdta oq nuabers bato$ theseDote\wtrrthsldnosndirnt..;:it;:-r
GA *.r d nao oage r ir Ancro'dgp. we aht. or otheoota h ore o- pdqe I 2
(25 Pole)

c690Ha4X
c790H70X
c790H71X

Stsel,

c690H85X
c790H72X
c790H73X

Ste , Prime Painted

HoiEs

Exiernal PE Receptac el

See page

c690H86X
c790H76X
c7coH77X

@)
' 'oro-^r o.lenon-lop

--a -

c690H35X
c790H66X
c790u69X

Cl4lor other mountinq accessories.


LEXANapo ycarbonate resin vandatshie d

T
oo eso.tenon orau.e-s. -op

\t ot,tteradspterC25SctOg rad6 oro-1er

/ii\\ rhP c: : iq nunDlE oo otr .nd


lUl lmoU r.rLon. ,h.^n,
h!oioP,P,l
tred n 6j d r.. r nded
\!/
'Feqnedrradema orcenora Eectr.comoany

c246G016
c246G039

12)

SBFT[1l
L

50 POWERFLOOD@ FLOODLIGHT

isred n GEA-11244

N EIVIA]

Bsam

cat. No.

NORMAL POWER FACTOR-MEDIUM


-MEDIUM BASE LUCALO

6.6'

{PS LAMP NCLUDED

,See pase C1 lor beam spread/NEMA tvpe des gnatons

(in inches)
_
48,
'r 'o
-----==-l

Ni

Ball.sl

a8'
1r 3"

tl
=
MIN.
QTY.
HLgh Power Factor (tsPFl ba last

Sl D'.rle 'o nor_lrns on . or / r'. h


staildard p,pe tF ! a) (darl bronzel
Trrnnron nourlwilr s nq e uablp enl', w r ns
comparlmenl (Frq bJ (darh bronze)
LEXAN r polycarbonate rs n vandalshie d
PE conrrol klt for fieid installalion
(non-UL)

r2t.

n-.,]

C258G143
C258G140
C246G037

C246G012

r7l32 DIA HOLE


rN BUSH Nc

l@
r/r3l(

tft'J
F2'l

NEMA AEAM]
6x6

35. 50, 70
100 & 150

,,..\ rierabloq nunba6 oo ons :nd


llll )rod .a,.i5shori ol,h s oaqe are LrL
!!/ jiod !i6.o hev? nord
Feo6re,ed IGdemrkoiCene,ar

ect.compaiy

P-4OOC POWERFLOOD@ FLOODLIGHT

@
Cat. No,

WTH

Ballast

TRUNNION (With PE Receptacte Connected Same Vottage As Ba ast),

c49N5a5

c439N559

c439N100

c539N811
512

250/,(t0 Watt

53
SPECIFICATION CHECK

53

/ Heavyiutv

103

567
511

't04

244

(NEMA)dre cast hous no


Sea ed and actrvatea .h.r..: r llprp;
Heavy-sauqe qalvanized slee t.unn on
Conosion{es slani hardware

5ro

277

105

516

4ao

r'

Adlustab e.im-nq slops

101

'102

124
208

c439N106

c539N389

107

083

124

108

131

2AA

109
110

314
153
165

240
277
480

c439N112
'114

c539N370
014

120

115
116

045

204

036

277

117

10a

480

111

WITH

6x5

r'

?z

(in

46
45
45
45
45
45

NG S

HR400DX33
6x5
(Clear lampl

c439N569

c439N118

c539N810

119
120

[A
-I L.]Ll V
l*z-

121

122
123
c439N124
125
126
127
124
129

c539N36E

c439N130

c539N36E

'132

009
003

,/6" o A

AIM NG S GtsT

f e.l

-.-.-'ff]

240

,,*t*I\
5x5

12A
208
240
277

004

HOLES (2)

c,r. -l- E r,,,

277
440

12A
204
277

120
204

038
079
082
080
081

133
134
135

(1)

, rf

53
53

506
509
503
507
s08

n_a

rb,,.

40
43
43
43

%" DrA HOLE

250/400-wart

pE coNrRoL
WBEN REQD

GHT

7xo
Laq (NPFI

TRUNNION (Without PE Receptacte)

c439N599

inches)

HF4000x33
6x5
(Clear lamp)

005

46
45
45
45
45
45

S HINGED AT
BOTTOM CAN
BE SWUNG OPEN

OF REMOVED

SPACED AT 120'

40
43
43
43

M
Inslant On/Aux L ghling Automat c swilched
oda.iz ava lrble i. isled ati.os
Beam s.rc^.r< Rpl.ri; phnr.mpr'.

Llr I pe.r rlc ! u\loner sereLro ot r! o-. otrou. va .F.ee.1zO /OA /4A
" \' VA rypF o.srgrdt on.
seF oaSe. I ior bedr so.edo oeoree\
,Order PE Conholseoarate v lSee
oaoe Er6
Uri pp'T s c-norer se,eir'6n or eii6er -50 o, 4oo-w"

EJJPo' arad

IN.
5

Knuckle type s iplltter w lh concea ed wirinq


for 1 9 through 3.0 OD po e top lenon
Fusinq (Not avaiabLe with mullivoltl

Maq Reg Lucalox ba last

,2450 lr na. -rp\pe1ec,!eorot--.eocea.dup,do^ot rr..udp /oo-r

oolher accessories alached to the umrna re

SuOgested

mounlinq heightis2sleet For round, tapered. anchorbase poles, inctuding brackets, anchor boIs and

c rcle templaies. order cataloQ n u m bers betow These potes wi I w thstand wLnds up to or al least 90
[$ee w nd map paqe F3). Anchorage, we ighrs or olher deiai s a re on page F2
bo I

pH

^,j

(25', Pot6)

c690H35X
c790H6aX
c7goH69X
c690H36X
c79oH70X
c790H71X
c690H37X

c790lt72x
c790H73X
c690F39X
c790H76X
c790H77X
'Io

mo! nt irLnn on type tlood

bronzel

or C258G057 la rav

rq tr

ts on teno n lop po es or teno n brackets, use

s pfitter

adapter c258c I 09 idark

wtFrNG Box

QTY,

-Othe.

r'.

WHEN REOD

H
L

LX POWERFLOOD@ FLOODLIGHT

sred in GEA-10313

It

n inches)

213
214
215

216

c6?5N218
219
220
221
222

1/;

WHEN FEOD

i--

ts H NGED

Ar

BE SWUNG OPEN

OF REMOVED
SETSCREWS SPACED AT 120' (3)

ACCESS DOOF

MIN.

238
23S

242
24X

244

QTY.

KnucLle.lvDe s iol tler wrlh concealed wirinq


for r 9 lhioloh 3 0 OO Dole roo renon
Fusinq (Not available w th muliivolt.)
When used in coniunclion wilh Hiqh Masl
Sed ce Ho,st {paqe El ll spec a modirica
rF. r'red ordcr sim lar lo cli^Nr^^
'.ns
Seryrce Hoisl
e'cepl lor use w th HiSh
f 'rure
Belav for e, rerf.l qur.iz 'Vasl
(Not
balast
avallable
Maq-Reg. Lucalox
for 1000 wail)

5
5

249
250

254
256
257

See paqe C14 for other mounling accessor es

)" ;::1","::""iJ:;,"":l"iLilt^";:J"-r;nl";t""n"";
":"i,:3:';
Order
Conlro separatelv (SeepaqeEl6l

cEE|Slo'rdp lo' kr^_ro r\pp (od t D,on7e, C258G109


C258G057
-sr.blirrer ro lrrnnron t\o rar"/r

IraN Do!..aroonale resrn vanoa e" ld C246G025


oa" oronze unnsr
C245G0s0
",nirroi
'=too
c246c023
v,sor tor ora" -n'l:r
-rnn
o
ddr!oon-.u,r,C245G051
'rop"ro
\osoes
@VDor
1v sor - too a.d iwo sides {ior sray !n is)
C246G024
C246G027
-Wire quard

Efl. Pror Area s 2 8 sq

lt

PE

'o

'ou 'oo

'' )

ma^ These eltecnve projected area values do not include visors ouvere shie ds or

.ihcr n..eqs.nes altached

lo the lum na re

leet r-or ror )o. 2Der.o."-"ho or."pot"., n., d rq ora! F.s.d1.'or boll:and
anLmDersbelor -cecepoe,{r wl "arowrnds rp oo allFasro0VPFl("e"

;tp,.lrrs.r 6lhcr.lerar

{Ur
\..y

li

{Pd i P s. hqr + rjPLl

s arp

o.

oaoe F2

To mounttrLnn on lype iloodlshts on teno. top poles orlenon brackets use slipiilter adapter C258G 109 (dark
bronze) or C258G057 (aray).

P-1 OOOC POWERFLOOD@

FLOODLIGHT
Listed in GEA-7629

@
Gv
cat. No.

WITH

B3llast

TRUNNION (With PE Receptacle Connected Same Vottase as Ballast),


c537N510
525

cs37N987
988
949
990
991

530
532
524

c537N648

c537N375

475

271

TRU N

120

1ooo-watl

a5

rOOo'Watt

85
84

204
24C
2TT

480

NION (Without PE Beceptacle)

cs37N796
983
984
985
986

c537N505

124

506
507
508
509

2AA

c537N476

c537N374

(in inches)

85

244
277
480
7x6

85
84

440

481

(@
r+t

Unrl oA'r rr, crrsrorer selecr on of dn/ one or loLr \ otbad t ) o zaa ) An /7
5ee oage CI lor beoT ,p'ead deg eFs NEVA type des.'q^.r o.s
oE co-l ol\apardre y (see paqe E16.)
'Bl"sllor ope alr.q r.ralhildp or rFr.Lrr dnps

o der

S GHT

Ell Prol Area rs 4 1 sq. ll. ma{ These etfectNe projected area va ues do
or olher accessor es ahached ro th.c l!mrnatr'p

not

nc

lde

visrs

ouvers shie

ds,

22./i
Suggested mount ng height s30feet. For round,tapered anchorbase po es inctudinq brackets. anchorbottsand
c rc e lenplates, ordercala og nurnbers below These poles wr lwrthstand w nds uo to or at tast 90 tVPHt
sap,rld nap. page L1J An..oraqF wpchrcor orle oeta lsarF on Ddqe

bolt

SET SCF
SPACED

r20'

(3)

(30 Pole)

c690H31X

c7soH60x
c7goH61X

c790H62X
c790H63X

'To firo! nl I rrnn on ryle lloodlrg


bronzel or C258G05? (qrav)

ls on

te

non-ro p poles o. Ienon brackels use stipiilier adapter C258c

09

(d

ark
See paqe C14lor other rirount nq accessories

url, Slpiittertor trunnion type (dark bronze) C25EGl09


C258G057
I Slpl e'lor tru'-ro_ lJ pe lq d/
I - LEXANJ'pol/cdmonale 'es,n ra-oar<-ie d C246c032
GEg) op,rso, (lor da k bro-/e r n r\.
C256c052
! -oo viqo ,lor q,", Ln.rsr
C246G033
GEE) v,so' .lop and h{o side" (lo dd - o.o ze Lr rsJ C258G053
.
V
so,
lop
rio
,-ils,
s,des r'o ora!
C246c034
I
I - wr'e a-"ro"nd
C240G035

/a.\

Th.araoa iumb6 oerois and

JUt I modr.arois sio"non,h6paqe


Vlr' urd ude* dheRse nded
' Req6rercdTadema*olGene,ar

me

!L

&tcConmny

VERSAFLOOD@ I FLOODLIGHT
Lisred

GEA S776

NEIVA'

GE)

Net
Cat. No.

Cal. No.

wlTH TRUNNION
c875N355
c875N501

336
338
340

503
505

124
244

WITH TRUNNION
c875N341
342

n
6

L tlrrr

5/a

516
518
520

344
346

n inches)

37
37
36
36

.1

c875N347

c875N547
524

348
350

520
528

Las (HPF)

37
36
36
36

124
244
440

WITH TRUNNION
c875N099

c875N043

103

004

25qwax

34

uB250DX37

WITH TRUNNION
c875N104

c87sN062

108

0r9

MIN.
QTY.

175 watt meial halide (a I vollagesJ


250 wait meialha ide allvo tages
(Noi ava lable rn mu iivoll)
70wah Lucalox Feaclor(HPF), a lvoltaqes
Fot lamp reslarl 150 watl Lucaiox

7x6

12a
24A
440

WITH TRUNNION

IIOLE

-Knuckle-type s ipf tterwilh conceaLed


w r nS lor 1 9 lhrough 3 0 OD pole top
lnstanl On/Aux L ghlingr Aliomat c sw iched
quartz ava lable n some ratings.

Las (HPF)

c875N548

34
33

480
HR] 750X39

cF o. io- olr_/ ola o' +.lor .olkq.\ r 20 208 2a0 ?/


' ql"l01\
oFda pradooeArpe\ \l MA t,pFoF

r * . ilr
r pF rlls, r.lorer
ror
<pp
paa-

rI

5
5

E,l Dro. AoaF25-q

ll Tr 20sq'l aill o.!r

.10'.bovo ro'rz

Susqesled mounlins heishl is20leet. For20 round,tapered anclror bas poles. nc udina brackets, anchor bo

and crcle lemplates, order calaloq nlmbers beiow These poles

wll

w thstand winds up to

{see w nd map, pase F3) Anchorase, weishts or other details are on pase F2

1s

al east90MPll

(20 Poll
c690H62X
c791H23X
c791H24X

for tr!nn on iype (dark bronze) C258G109


SliDlilter iortrunn on rvpe (Grayl
C256G057
LEXANipo ycarbonale resin vanda shield C246GOO5
and
two
sldes{ior
dark
bronze
!nitslc246c054
@rvisor-lop
v sor - top and rwo sides [qray unrrs)
C246G006
wire qLrard
C246G007

GDSliplitter

Convorsioa Kits:
Knuckle-type s ipf tler assembly (Can be
used lo converl Versai ood lwilh trunnlon )
Dark Bronze

qtg,

cray

-T.unnlon assembly: [Can also be lsed lo


converl Versaflood
s

ipliler.)

c690H63X

c79tH25X
c791H26X
c690H64X

C258G146
C258G126

c,791p'27X

wiih knuckle-type

c690H65X
c791H29X
c7s1F3oX

C258G125

cEr
" To

ur I md,r,dLoiDno"ion Lh ! odqp
\ !,i s ed ms-o hs4 F rc ed

de

LrL

mounton lenon'top po!es ortenon brackets, use s ipriiteradapterC2sSGl09(dark bronze) orC258G057 (qrayJ

VERSAFLOOD@ I I FLOODLIGHT
Lrsied in GEA-9776

Ct. No.

GEvl
&1. No.

Bsllasl

{Less LamD)

IVALL

SURFACE MOUNT
25qwatt

c887N684

636
6:10

c887N50'l
505

WALL SURFACE

c867N538

u2

516
520

TTVALL

SPECIFICATION CHECK
Heavv-duty die can alunrnum housrna
". Actrvated
cha.coalfi tered ootc.lass;mblv
".
/Strppled
heatand shoch resr+ant tempered'qlass
r' SLrrla.e m.rnledthrn'rdh h:.t w ih 3?r' '
threaded conduii
,/3/4 threaded conduit openinss-top and sides

MOUNT

c307N04r
646

36

12A
480

1so-wart

Las (HPF)

'120

480

(For 55V lamp)

30

n
29

SURFACE MOUNT

c867N647
04E

652

c867N537
524
528

WALL SURFACE

Laq iHPF)

124
480

30
29
29

(in inches)

MOUNT
3/.'THREADED CONOUIT
ENTRANCE O-TOP)
(1 EACH S DE)

V{ALL

SURFACE MOUNT

c867N049

c867Nr44

053

01s

PE {!!HEN REO)

2T

440

KNOCKOUT (3)

26
HR175DX39

titUnil

permits custorner selection ofany one ol fou r v altages 12a/2aal2r'a/277


PE Control separalely. (See page E16.)

'Oder

MIN.
OTY.
'

wlth
ALroraric

PE Receptacles Units are ava lable

lnsrrnr On Au/ Lighrilg.


sw tched qlarrz available in some rarinas

lvollasesl
reulhalde d'lvo laqps
-250wdh
(Not avaiable in mu tvo t)
17<

wat -e'alhaide

(a

vollages
hinsed konl,

70 watl Lucalox Beaclor [HPF)

Sign lighung ve6ion i atches,

al

Dak stbi.ctt chanqe wnhoLt hotjce


opi,on.6ndmodnc.ionsshorn
/F\rhc aonunbeE
paoe

\5/on

ihis

are

UL

sied

unle$ orheRBenoied

iReq slered Tradm6rk ot Genera Elclrlc Co.iEnv

5
5
10

POWRoSPOT@ FLOODLIGHT
GENERAL PURPOSE L StEd ]N

GEA.9975

HEA\ry DUTY LiStEd

GEA-8554

Selecl appropriate base catalog number irom iable below and insert desired voltage (.land beam type (l)dgils
to linalize cata oq number belore ordering

x503L.40a.G,r 400WattLucalox
x503M1.54'Gl l500WailMeralHalide,
x503M1.oA"Gl l000WattMetalHalide
x503M

/
r'
r',

r'
r'
,/

4oAiG^

400Watt Metal Fla ide

Heavy-duty or genera purpose (NEMA)

'lndicalesbalastvollage lnsert single d gil lor desired voliase Seevollasetable


a lnd cates NEMA beam type lnsert slngle d s t fordesired type. See Ava labllly lable.

D e casl ba last hous ng

Al nonrorrosive

hardware

Tempered door q ass


Sealed and charcoal lrltered ophcaldssembly
Hinqed door ior qu

ck

,/Silicone optical gaskel

amp access

(in inches)

CAALE ENTFANCE
&

Solld Line Heavy Dlty (HD)


Ootled Line General Pulpose (GP)

TYPE

4oo

i 000

503 M 1.5

= I000

A3G4

Watls

1500

L
M

Availabililv: Liqhl Source and Eean Tvoe


LIGHT
SOURCE
1000L
4001

1500Mt
1000Mt

downl s dependent on lum na re nstalled posil or


See page C1 for beam spread degrees/NEtlA type des qnatons

'I? Lamptype lbase up or base

Dd':!tilj:iirifr:,'i:i,'r;r!1""

NEMA B6AM TVbE H


1

'

V?

POWRoSPOTo FLOODLIGHT
nCEASS,

lt

Ell prol is 3 1 sq.


max These eilecl ve prolected area va les do not incllde v sors louvers. shie ds, or other
.accessones attaclred io lhe urnrnarre Seectmoonl.qadapierreq!redfrompageCt6

(Charse appropr ate d,sLls n Cat No

Wlen

t',

COMPONENT CATALOG
(For

NUMBERS
ldentitication And Renewal Parts Ordering Only)

8AL!AST

HEAA

D l/ i e.

_ o t._"r'o r rt P,q1 V. r Sp',.e Fo,.r pdq"


-:ed
,p" " noor!"lroj, Fq|ao Ooo 5r.r" to Don'..pol

ilood ighl cat no except lor use wrlh Hiqh Masl Setu ce HoLsl
MaA Feg Lucaoxballast{notavalablelorl000Wl Mrn Qly 25

ASSEMBLY
Aut oir g are shie d (For heavy duly

LEXAN"polycarbo.aleresinvanda

only)
sheld

(Forusew lh 400\! heavydutyonly) Aothqlare


shield and vand.l shield ..nnol be rsed rl
wtre

qlard

ASSEMBLY

NEM'
c554G009
100

200
300
400

c555G009
100
200
300
400

NEMA

NEMA
2

..d r'=,.;,
d .oae-euL
Itt
'ho"i mEd
\i!/ I n.dune$orhetuf
' Rq srered

C246G018
C246G019

C246G017

ETRIC

OPTICAL

na-'Aas5,1

rQdemador Gened rhc company

MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS FOR FLOODLIGHTS

UPSWEEP BRACKETS FOR

(GALVANIZED)

PIPE, TENON, AND POLE-TOP ADAPTER

@r

C258G057 Gray
C258G109 oatk Bronz
CasFa uni.un ) orrrlpr ror 30 oeqree

y," - 13 sET scBEW (3)


FAF 1t/2" .2" AND 2t/2" P

nou'1rq

-.2. .. n.hppe(r-l 8-2-l 8

ol

OD)

i(

PE

SIDE OF PIPE. WALL OR WOOD AOAPTER

{"1-

'A%

iqhtirLnnon

'l'\
L_l

on ilange.

3l' Dtal

TwlN.MOUNTING AIIXILIAAY CROSSAFM

BRACKET

c258G101
Adaoier for mount no on vedtca 1-1/2 to 2-1/2 i..h
p ge .1-t A - 2-t I ODJor wood poles dnd flal wal
q riaceq Aaapler ld, oeg ee \"d e 'or p ecel ain 19
and 180nesree adjustmeni

5Y,"

dia. boll. nut and Lwasher included to mouni

f ood

iq
D=
I

HOLES

BFACKET

CBOSSARM OR FLAT S URFACE ADAPTER

c258G138

-lo allow mountinq oi lwo

P 400C or smaller
trun nlon-mou nled llood liqhls on upsweep brackets
C623G028. C623G029 and C623G120

%"

1O UNC

Botr

-i, 1 9.38
\

czsactos
| orr:-ooqrp" r'un-ror nor-r
preser c.n -q dnd Eo.daqree

nq
adj

rtl oeqreescdre'o'

.srnF.l

n\

WALL MOUNTING BRACKETS

I
I

METAL OR WOOD POLE ADAPTERS

c500H639
For mounlins any llood ishl wlth 2 s iplitter to
ilai, vertical or horizontal suriace. Prime painted

c2s8c034

a nch diameter poleclamp band lor mounling


wiih otheradapters !p lo fo!rfood ights
A 6.5 to

wlRING BOX

c258G035

For ad usrre4r ho rlonlal lr-nnion -ounlilq o. pole


w,rh oeoree scale 'or preser

claro balo tC258u034)

a rnin9 and 180 de9ree adiustmenl

4%'
c500H640
Foruse with waLl mouniing bracket C50Ol l639 (order
separarelyl Two 3/4 tapped conduit enrrances
torlhru'ieed sLrrface w ring Gasketed wiring com
partmenl cover Prime pa nted sieel
CROSS-ABM BBACKET WITH 2'VEFTICAL

\n
.'
\l
lENON

c258G006
A-qla b a."e or ,err'La lr
360-deqree adjuslmenl

"'l'

%" DrA. TUFU BOLT (1)


%" DrA LAG SCBEWS (3)
NUTS & WASHEFS
REQUIRED _ NOT
FURNISHED

c500H641
For mo!'ntins anyl oodlightwilh
Data sLb@t to change

Mtho't nance.

NCT BOLT.
AND LOCK

*r+
l* "

POLE OR WALL BRACKET

sLipftler Prime

I r io

olnr

lq "nd

lLl

QUARTZ-FLOOD FLOODLIGHTS

MOUNT

OF.15OOA WITH SWIVEL

rQF300T3/CL. Q425I3/CL also suitable

!
tri
2

,1,, oa rlore
_

rN austs NG

\vi".
-Trunnion mount w ih s nale-cable ent.a.ce tsee Fiq al

q0kcvl
-r,unn on mount w th twin{able enlrance ldark bronzel

kray)

rop or bottom v sor (OF-150041


W re quard {QF 150041

Sde shlshield (OF i500,4)

Ell Pror Area lor


do.or

ld+114*

c258G140
c25aG120

c258G142
c258G136
c246G020

(in inches)
i

F:j=r--::ora nore

oF 5008

tl / 'r,

c246G021
c246GO22

OF-5008 s05sq Ji max QFi500,4rs11sq lt ma^ These ettectve orotectd area values
!iF d.. or oino, o, a. o - drra aa ro rhe'-r nd r

ir( .d.\i\o ',lo-,"'.

tc

PH

<o'add daqrp-" \l MA ,p6o6,9 dro .


catalog numbe sshownon rhs pase.re ULlLsled For other rahnss or modirical ons contaci tacrory

Seeo"o"C''o bpor

Il)Ihe

j
CBOSSABM OB FLAT SURFACE

SWIVEL MOUNTING ADAPTERS

c258c143 tDark Bronze)


C258G019 {Gravl

3/'

1\

10 BOLT

THREAD
at 2'

c258GO20

,/6,DtA

FOLE
SET SCREW

c258G056

honzonta lr!nnion mounting w th degree sca e tor


aiming and 1a0 deqree adjlstment slrlab e
l0rlLood qhls !p lo 15 pounds netonly
For

presel

0 196 otA
HOLES i2)

i L--:y,
I,lETAL OR WOOD POLE

ADAPTERS

MULTIPLE MOUNTING CHANNELS


SET SCREW

%" PIPE THD

c258G034

(PLUGGED)

tuleclamp band tor mo!nling w lh olher adaplers


uPlo 4 un ls on a 6.5 loa dameterDo e

urn,i

,i'j:Yg--r
.,.:: i.1F.'.
I r'D,a

, r l'll

5t"

c25A6035
Horzonla a m ng adapter ior use wlth (cat. No
C258G034) poLe clamp band
Dak sLb@t ta .han.te wrh.rt natbe

11/r".2" 2y,"

P1PE

t1t/6"21/4"ODl

e/r6 DIA HOLES (2)

'
J

t#-l',S"*:+lgll35"o*
LUMINAIFE MOUNT NG HOLE
ON TOP SIDE

(l@

, EPA and Wl ior Channels onLy

EPA

a.d Wt lorChannels only.

AREA AND DECORATIVE LUMINAIRES

see SUppLEMENT AT BAcK oF cATALoc FoR

pRoDucrs.

r-

DECAFLOOD@ -FLO -PLO -RLO LUMINAIRE


L sied in GEA9409

i
NOTE:MustorderLrnrinaireand Bracket (AAB) lfcoripletesystemisdesred order{1)LuminairerromTabe a
(,/J Br.fte noa rb e B f t'oor.lroa ldb e C

D
:

FLO (Floodliqhtinq Optics)


Ballasl

Cal. No.
(Less Lamp)

c673N500

124
440

6x5

58

c673Ns05

120
480

7\5

62

504
509

c673N006
010

120
480

assemby for Decarood (FLO) lminaire Can be used to conved the Decailood llmnare wth
-Trunnon
knLck e-type s ipljtterto trunn on Tr!nn ondimensiois same as lor versalloodr floodlghl
c258G12s
SPECIFICATION CHECK
r' Knlcl e rvoe s ioi ller (FLO onrvl
r' Co(osron res slani hardware
,. NEMA heavy duty construcrion
r' Sealed and charcoallitered oonca assemb v
r' Tempered door olass
!z Faceted a uririnum A zakl fin shed relle.to.

PLO (Parking Lot Optics)


tEs
Ballasl

C.t. No.

!z Faceled alum num flecto. wiih ALGLASllinish


{PLO, RLOI

c670N500

Disr.

124
480

62

504

c670N016

124

54

020

FLO
5 (1 9O D) 2' i2375 OD )
25"(2875OD)PrpE

MOUNTSTO r

ANO

LO (Roadway Lighting Optics)


tEs

Net

Ballast
Disi.

c674N505
509

c674N516
518

M,C-

120
4a0
120
480

250-Watt

62
56

30'
50

PLO AND RLO

MOUNTSTO 15" (19 O D


2" (2 375 O D )PIPE

I
SET

scBEws
(4\

2a
19

(6FF@

754"

250"

(LUMTNATRE)

MIN.
QTY.

400 watl mercury, a lvo iaqes avai ab eFLO. PLO and RLO
1000 w.rl mercury. a I vo lases- FLO
Maq-Feq Luca o\ ballasi (e^cepl 1000 wari)

Phoioeleclric receptacle,

5
5

Vo taqes 204,24O and 277 in allavajlable

rSee page C1 lor beam spread degrees/NEMAtypedsiqnations.


.,Order PE Coniro! separately (See paqe E16.1
Data subj*l to chanse ||ilhout natice
Ihecatalos numberc oplions, e
on rhis pase ar UL Lsld unlessolheN se noted
'Relisrered Tradema* ol Genera

tI

DECAFLOOD@ LUMINAIRE
L sted n GEA 9409

'2i{

D (2 nch p pe s ze) vert ca {FLO) or hor zontal(PLO

RLO) um naire molntinq ienons

C.l. No.
Lum,+Brkls.,
(Sq. Fl.)

PRIME PAINTED STEEL

BRACKETS FOR FLO LUMINAIRES


2% OD
2% OD
2% aD

One
Two @ 1a0o

c500H781

c500H782
c500H783
c500H7a4

c500H785
c500H786
c500H787
c500H788
c500F7ac

73

64

4 0D
4 .)D

Three @ 1200

PBIME PAINTED STEEL

3.6

12A
15 0

BRACKETS FOR PLO OR RLO LUMINAIRES

Two @ 1a0"

Three @ 120o

2a

36

2b

T3

2.

64

2d

110
13 0

ALUIlIINUM BRACKETS FOR FLO LUMINAIRES


c400H350

2%"OD
2% OD.
2% OD

One
Two @ I80d

c400H351

c400H352
c400H353

36
73
6.4

4 0D
4 0D.

Three @ 120o

12.O

15 0

ALUMINUM BRACKETS FOR PLO & RLO LUMINAIRES


c400H354
c400H355
c400H356
c400H357
c400H354

Two @ 1a0o

Three @ 120o

2a
2b
2c
2d
2e

2% a.D

T3

2% AD

Eo'c_cho base po
Srqqecl"d mo.nrrg herg^l rs show_ n
"ole bplow
'( F rerolales order calalog .unb. \ b-lor.
Tq."e pol"" wil w r'srdrd
on page F3l. Anchorage, we qhls and other details on paqe F2

64

4 0D
4 0D

wnd map

l-_-

3.6

2 0D.

l('-

110

o(

F.

-or Do l'
bo
"nd (,Fe
o0 vPF,
"r ,p.\,

r_cr .or_q a_,

xi d Lp

.-

'l,rilt- lt,fl F
l{
ag

BOUND TAPERED POLES

i..._

2d

Two @ 140'

Fo!r

90'

[]

ROU ND

TAPERED POLES

Lrilr -qF
Fio. 2

SOUARE TAPERED POLES


c791H80X
c791Ha1X
c791H82X

c7sl H83X

0r"rpoa.

Sep

pdsas

_.r

s aun -r ) q"noItl(See

,See pase C1 ior beam spread desrees/NEMA des


snat ons.

Data sobje.t ta chanee wth.t1 na|.e


'Fea srered Trrd.na* ol Gene6 E sfc company

DECASHIELD@ LUMINAIRE FAMILY

Lisled

D.250, D-400,

D-1OOO

n GEA-10312

Dark
Cal. No.

Ballasl

tEs
oist.

Nst

(:@
L/Textured sheei steel

"-ALGLAS'Jinish on

/
/

Removab e ballasttray
Two mount ng options

n inches)

as ballast with
55

;
c577N531

55

'12

Fig.2

cs77N530
c577N001

@
c579N50

n inches)

(T-oTEiD
o- 1000

ffi

***

Unil permlts cuslomer seleciLon of 120/208/240/277 volis


y isee pase E16l
The I20x240 voll !nlls are iaclory w red lor 120 volts lln ts can be reconnecied easiy in ihe iie d to
240 vo ts
I For 55V lamp
I Order PE control separale
,

,r4'as'b6d rc.hn,e wthdt mna

/ll. \Thcdrdloqn.rbe'5 oDr.o c-d'


IYL
/- u," -oi: ae rr "rec
-t'c"s
s."d r-0".# a c-

i,

od'j,

dlon

hoxn

DECASHIELD@ LUMINAIRE FAMILY

D-250, D-400, D-1OOO

IN.

OTY.
Slandard co or s dark bro.ze E ghi decorat ve co
avallable Reler ro GEA-9352
Lum na re wilh exiernal s pftterforll,l
F s 2 (pase D4)

ors

or2 ppe

j5
tO

Gpecitywhichl

Charcoa nlte.ed opica (O250.D,aOOony)


LEXAN"oo ycarbonaie res n va.da shietd

D 250
D 400
D 1000

t0
10
10

250 waii mela ha ide n D-250

Steadilux"e ecrronic battast n D 400


250 watl and 400 watl

Lucatox

MounIng - standard
Dark bro.ze adapler ior 4- n O

round pole mouni ngl

250
D 400
D-1000
D

Wal mo!nti.g adapter {lor

C25AG127

C?58c119

c25ac128
use

pith

l!minaire having optional erlernal sliplitter).

D-250AD400

i:'
MOUNTING ARM BOLT PATTERN

PHOTOM

POLE

GHJK

250
21
14

Decorai ve Arm Shr.r.l


llhout Decoral ve Arm ShroLrd
Wlh

D rr00

29

D-1000
3.6

D-400

22

ilOgsled mounlrng heighl is shown in tab e be ow

ior Oecash etd D-250, D-4OO and D,1OOO !m na res The


non-tapered, prime pitirted sieeland dark bronze anod zed atuminr,rm po esarepre{r ted to a.cpt slan

!q!are,

jarddecorativemo!.tngarm,Thesepoleswi
! d r! o. q o- o_ra dpld dre o- ooae I z

withslandwndsuplogOMpHt(seewndnrap

paqeF3l A.choF

c692F0tX
c6s2H02X

c792H0tX:
c792U02X:

c692H10X
1 1X

c6s2H

S nqle
2@1800

"Po

ewilwithstand winds !o lo 80 MPH

Forolherstyle po es (round. taperd steet, a !nrnum, sqlarelapred stee) conractfactory.

:Base
Base

cover for ooles (coitact facioryJ


covere sia.dard on alum num po es above

1O

Data

s\btcct ra .hanqe wih.tt nan..

'Req

e@dT,ademadlolGenera ELe.lr. Company

C500H829

tO

l@il$r0l-I

WL-1 75 WALLIGHTER LUMINAIRE


L

sted in GEA-11035

-t
Nol
Cat. No.
18

c583N500
501

t7

502

17

c583N503

t8

504
505

17

cs83N506

1T

507
508

16

17

16

511

17
16
16

c583N314

19

c583N509
510

(in inches)

300
304

c583N001
oo2

16
16

003

@
c!stomer se ecrion ol any orc ot

IN.

OTY.
CEI

insed moonlins p aie (without conduii enlry)


mount ns pale (with % inch thru ieed
condu t enrrance on sides)
Fus ns (Nol ava iable with mull vo i )
100 wait mercury available al
voltaqes (Auto-Bes )
H

@Hinged

PE Krt lor iieLd insia

120V
240V
277V

ation

208V.

iNoiava able for mu I vo

Data

srbrec

' FqLslren Tedemark ol Gener

Any

C246G012
C246G013
C246G014

t - no Po

cha,9e wrtho,r'orce

/[) r -.- ,.-'

5
5

yvoll'PE controlavaiab

e)

lau

vol.ges 12Al2aa/24a/27 7

WL-4OO WALLIGHTER LUMI NAI RE

Cat. No.

c699NA50
852

35
28
35

c699N750

3l
26

c699N630

30

631

24

SPECIFICAIION CHECK
r' Sealed and n iered oolrca assemblv
r' Cast a Lmrnuh horrr;ro in.l .16.r
,7 ALGLASLiin sh on aiLinin!m refteclo.
v/ Heal res slani prismatc qlass refraclor
/ Pre w red termina board and ntegral ba tast

635

c699N150
155

25

c699N051
056

2A

inches)
23

@
*tt

Un t perm ls customerse ectio. oi any one oi four vottages 120/ 248 24At277
order PE conkolseparale y isee paqe Etb )

(frduFmo
Ellectve Prolected Area

- I

52

sq

tt

IVIN.
QTY.
150 wali L!ca ox avaiab e wilh reou ator
ba last n allpop!lar vollaaes.
Voliages 20a and 277 avai ab e n ratin'rs
shown
Un is are availab e with PE receptac e
(Verr (a mountrns un,lt
-Unirs:va l.b e tor mount nq on

FLs nq (Not avai ab e w th muliivo i l


4 in NPTprpe
lhre.d!
ir tap on lop r o. each srdei
except w tli opt onal PE recepiacle wh ch
replaces lop lap) lln ts ava lable lor use w th

!hd w lh3
-Srandardunrl5f!rn
pl!qqed

1-l/4 n Myers type weatheFreslsiani hub


(customer furn shed) Holes unolusaed
250 walt metal hal de lal vo Iro..sr
T:moer res stant hardirare -

LEXAN

T'

po

10

lycarbonale resi. vanda shletd


mlm vertical moLnted

(lor 250 wail max

c246G001
c246G002

Iop visor (dark bronze)

6)""
Daqe eUL sedunesslrrrcrrspnoFd
! !./on ".th r
'RqElered lrademark or GeneralE ect c Comoaiy

c246G055
c246G003

SBw*LUMINAIRE

Cat. No.

WALL MOUNTING MODEL (Horizonlal only)

.oid! I ent.ances (, inchl


H qh piower laclor (HPF)reactor ba lasi

'lhro!ah leed

(in inches)

Phoioe ectr c control kil for neld nsta lalion. 120 voll

ro,

L
I

B.llt

t-

wall Mounling Orientalion


rV"' lVoL4 q Vod- n. 'o" ro, "o ho /o l.l only
NO_L Do -o ou'l l\"l Vo' _l r q nodelv",l a \

Horizonlally Mounled
Ceiling/Wsll Mounlinq orienlation
Celnq,Wal Mounlnq lvodel may be mounted on tlre cei .A ll
mounted on the wal !n Is may be mounted erlher horizonialy or

rt,lil..r

itt
Horizonlally Mo!nted

/ll. \
oo
^e "h *'.,
\:y dM*E
'ResLslered Trademark or

Geira

ect cComoany

t-

..1
)

OWL@OUTDOOR LUMINAIRE

Cal. No.

B3llasl

BASE
c643N021

't20

c643N501

124

30
Sta

12

AI

T
2a

Cat- No.

sEcTtoN 2

Sma MXAN,refiactor3
LarSe LEXAN reiractoa
LEXAN qlober

c644G201

@8
202

Maybe used
rr,/aybe rsed

forwei locat on

lor damp locaton


rForlsewih 35-wat( Lucalox and g-watt f Lorescent batast modu es
'Forusewith 35 watt Lucalox,so-waii Lucalox. and g-wat i uorescent baltasi modu es

(in inches)

-:'^.lf
I

-PE Conlro (wal mount on y)


Vandalres stant band

c246G038
c246G040

6mrs)
-ForClass I, Div s on 2 u.its avaiable contactlactory

Data

subte.t to .hanae withoLt

m)*"..,,".";*
p',..",,
\9/ o^
'o

n.r.p

tFea slered T,ademark oi Geiera Elecrcc.mpany

LUMINAIRES

TC-1 OO, TC-1 OOR


Listed n GEA 10033

(
tEs
Dist.

PANELS AND

.1

EPTACLE]

c721N278
c721N323
c721N500

c721N521

0n inches)

c721N153

'r
t\\
,'-

176
178

.'cit
I !\
,,

164

i/"; ;\

TC-100
c721N279

;ll

\"-

c721N325

c721N502

Jl

c121N522

E*
-

o(

c721N152

c721N003

025

c721N002
019

124
120

A
MIN.
QTY.

AND 120-VOLT

TC-100R'
c721N718

D_

LEXAN oane s lor TC 100R 70 and Iocrwatt

c721N703

Followinq oprions lor allTC'100.TC 100F coniigurations


100.175 walt merc! rv Auto-Req ava lable n
70, 100 150-wat( Lucalox Regu ator
Non-PE unrts

al

vo

hges

c721N715

5
5

c721N734

(
1(

c721N605

l1

F nral kil (gold anodized al!min!m. sel oi 4) requrres field dr I ing of


cashnq for mo!nt ng Cal No. C246G009

Mansard canoDv (blackco orl {ABSllo bei eld assembled lo standard


TC 100, TC-]00F.
Cal No lor units with PE receotacle. C?46G010
Cai No for Ln ts w thout PE receptac e C246G011

,: i
l1

c?21N733

Ei
SI

(x6?EF)
,Qrder PEcontro separaley (See page

:TheTclooFhasreileclorassenrbly

n canopy lo prov de roadway rght ng dislr bulion paltern

@
sliDirtleraccommodaies3 oDDoelop[al conlauratons]
Efi Proj Area rs I 6 sq fl iTc'roo. l00R)
EfJ Proj Areais26sq ii {TC-r00 Mansard i00R Mansardl

TC-100

El6l

S!

)-

Suggested mounlnq heglrt s 1O leel For 10 round tapered. anchor base poes .cludrng anchor
bolts and bolt c rc e temolates. order cataloq .umbers below. Tlrese poles w w thstand winds Lrp lo
at Ieast 90 f,4PHl (see w nd map. page F3) Anchoraqe, we ghts or other dela s are on page F2

50 70.

i00

150

{10 Pole)
c690Ha1X

c790u01x

)
I

sobred ro.hanse wrh.,r 1016


' Reqisrered Tradena* ol General E eclic ComDany
Dara

POST-MOUNTED LUMINAlRES

PM-115, PM-116

PM-1 15

fl
SPECIFICATION CHECK

No ool a..a(\ .o dr p d^o e d to. .e! d.menl


Choice ol e ahi decorat ve .o ors
Ava lable wih act vated charcoaltiter
",
/ Two boll slpl tteFse j alqnlng with ienon

r'

(in inches)

Order PE contro separarely (See paqe E16 )


The 1201240 voll uf ls are lactory wtred ior

llrheLnilhasa

PE receplac

e i

120

s:lsochanged

vots

ro

Unils can be reconnected

easiy nlhefedto24Ovols.

240vols andthe contro mlstbe rated accordingly

PM-1 16

( -/.

1l) SCROLLS
al 120'

i.
J ON sTBEET S DE
'.2\,

nevovaaLe ooon
,

-t

r u^, Ii

23'DA
CAPT VE NUT

J=\

1l
\

24f/,.

qFVOVAB DOOD
O\ 'TPTTT'IAF

I
i.'!

.:
order PE conlrol sepdrately tsee paqe

rTne

1201240 voll un ts are

il

Er6

wrred
I20 votts. Un ts can be reconnected eas tv in the f e d io 240 votts.
s a so cnanaed
'or Io 240vo ts and ihe conrrot.nust be rar6d accordinsty
p M-i 1
ll lJ L is requirod, ordor unit with optiona I LEXAN' rciracto.
5, pM 1 I 6.

_ltheunilhas.PEreceplacre'actory
rUniIs
wilh acrylic relraclo.s nor L llstsd.
U

r|21^

r,ro^

(@idNE)

l'J

PM-115,pM-1l6

MIN.
OTY.

trPro AeaisPV-115 0qPV1b


S

p'fler ac.ommodales a

OD po e ioo

LO

- 150 watt Lucalox al voltages


- 70,100 150 walt Luca ox regllaior

o1rd^

204 277

LEXAN: polycarbonate resin

SugQested

mounlinq heightis 14teel. For 14 round.tapered,anchorbasepoes,


details dre on baoe

PM-115, PM-116

ncudrnaanchorbolsandbotcrcle

e.p.drasoroercaralog-Lmoersbeo*Th"seoote5wtw--crand^nd.rotoar.o""rgOV;.ttse"*nO:"p_p,!"

r, a..to aqe serohls o' olher

shown
lvollages
relractor (UL isted)

and 480volt avaiab e in watlages


250waitmerclryalio reg ava iable na

l.lerfa

Nouse Sde Shie dC246GO15

5
5
a

5
5

POST-MOUNTED LUMINAIRES

PM-117, PM-l18

Lrsled n GEA-998s

PM-1 17

Ballasl

cat. No.

'120

c890N798

120

c887N388

r' No'loo

access lo larno a.d refractor


,,Choice ot eighl decorative colors

BYLIC REFBACTO
c890Na00
c890N802

(in inches)

c890N101

-l.a] ,,r-r,, l.':

131

M-S,V

31

c487N540

c889G003

c88?N046

caagc003

30

c487N54?

c889G004

31

543

004

c487N544
545

c889GOO4
004

c887N041

c889G004

30

221

o04

28

rout

120
12a
124x24O2
Lag iNPF)

124
HR175DX39

-!

Order

PE.o.irol seoaralelv

LSee oaoe E16 )

,The r2oi24ovoll un,ls are ticlorv vired loi r20volls Unilscanbereconnectedeaslviniheteldto240v0[


lr ihe un t has a PE receoiacle. rl Ls a so chanaed to 240 volls and the contro must be raled accordinqlv
, Unita wirh acrylic rokacrors nol UL lislod. ll U-L is.equirod, order unil with option.l LEXAN8 Tiraclor Piit.1lT

-.
.]:,

c889G003

HR175DX3g

reD acemenl

,7 Ava able w lh act vated charcoaln ter


r' Two boll s rplitteFse f a ign ng wiih ienon

!:-

Disl.

003

c890N102

SPECIFICATION CHECX

tEs

Receptacle connecter

R3
c890N732

C6mb6nenl Assamblios
cat. No.

/'l';'""'

@PM-118

,t,,,.1'.]- -

lG)tlsi[tl

PM-118

26%'

tirl.!aLa
it!ori.-r.l
!iaiE' ! _rL
j
t

2ts'

{3Fii6l.ts)

PM-117,PM-11s
MIN.
OTY.

- 150 watr Luca ox al vo tages


- 70 100 r50 watt Lucalox regL ator ba lasl

175walt merclryallo regu alorava lableln

regllator

250 watt merc!ry aoto

avai ab e

LEXAN"po ycarbonale.es n refraclor (UL

5
5

208

rn

lsted)

,Order

PE conirol separale y. (See paqe E16.1

PM-1 17
lnternalHo!se S de Shle d C246G015

brPot A'e.. ov-l /

PHOTOMETR

Slrolrner ac.ommodates a

PM-117

(See page D1 1)

50,70. 100, 150

PM-1 18
50 70 100 150

Data

srb)..t ta.harq. e)thatt ronce

/l l, \'ne " "oo


p.qp.,eLrL

\:9,/

r,5red un

e$o

he

se noLes

"Fqsre,edTrademarko(GonralEe.lrcConpaiy

08oV18 08.q1ad.
3 OD pole top.

DESIGNER SERIES_PARKING AREA LUMINAIRE

llse this

;:l
E-

chart to arrive at a mean ingfu I catalog number lor ordering the parking Area luminaire.
Choose

:ri:::lt9"9ij 9i f"urure separately and tinO tne n m Oerlifoi i6tr"ifii,A""i,rving


our0 uo rne cararog number with the appropriate symools. when
u

Specrf

inen

vour'

"r,o,ceBarlasr
ordering ballists, check

rcarions. page D21-22 CAUTTON: See Wattaqe S ze nvaiLaJ,tlu ;1,t.-

120v

?AAV

3 - 24AV

25
40

1X

250W

400w
i 000w

D- Dark Bronze

M - MerarHa ide

P-PE

cwA

25H00W
3GLars-"

4-277V

23lMedirm

4A0V
SPECIFICATION CHECK

3r

/
/

un fo.m eilecl veculoft iighting


Spun al0minum Alzak reftector
glass
'/Tempered door
v/Oneprce alum num square hoosing
,/ Slnole posl loD mounted on 3 O D tenon

(Square Post Top)


23.inch

Housing

rl
L

9.
t

c692H42X

A um num Anodized Dark Bronze Fin sh

c792H3rX

Slraiahi Square Steel. Pr me Pa nr,"d

30-inch

Housing

c692t-]43X
c792H32X

Ci

Anodized Dark Bronze Fin sh


Sauare Slee. Prime Pa nted

6'
tu

cover ava labte tor steet potes. Coniact laclory


e Base Data Tab e (paqe F12) for pote base des gn intormalion.
lConlact faclory lor ottre
ro e irnishes
base

See Po

EFFECTIVE PFOJECTED ARFA


SOUABE FEET (EPAJ

DATA
lEs
Dislriburion
1,4-c-lv

I000

s c,t
M-C I

35-1

35177242

Drta subte.t ta cranee || tha\t rance


i Res
slered Tradema olCeiera E ectrc Company
I
I

OESICruCN SERIES

FASHION CONE LUMINAIRE

;l'J"iiriJ*ift
ifications, page
S pec

FC

1 - 120V
2-

4-277V

,/Choice ol mount ng affanqenrenls


r' UV stabilzed ac.y c opica assembly
,/ S Decu lar Al2akt lin shed alum n!m rellector

204v

3 - 240V

SPECIFICATION CHECK

5-

4a0v

:ii*iffii1i',H,1,1il,[i-fr
OZ1

L[t:t""[ti|,ii1ffi
l!

-Zz. CnUttO N: See wattage/ Srze Availabilitv Tab

07
10 -

70w
100w M -

15-

150W

25

250!!

B
N4etar

Halide-Auto

err*:r.mr;

' 18 nch
lllax.250W
18

Black
Dark Bronze

30

Llca ox Reaclor-

B
St

30 nch

25OW F]PS

Cs

1K 1000w

Heavy qaLge a uminLrm iop housing

(in inches)

(Square Post Top)


pole base data se page
suqgested mount fg he qhi for the sma I Fash on co.e llm na re s 14 feeti for ihe large, 25 feei For

'18-inch Housinq (Sliplits 2% inch O.D. tenon)


arm conliquraiion do nol include arrns. Order

Q692H26X

F12

lronr N4ouniinq Accessor es below)

aluminurn. anodrzed Dark Bronze Fin sh

c692F27X

(frEoNmtr,
rJ
\-l

FO
w th iul base cover
base cover ava lable for steel po es Contact iactorv
l Contact iaclory lor other po e i nishes

Al!mrn!m ooles suoplied

F!ll

tl.-

c+o

o
o+o
o

Mountina Arms
c400H790
c400H792

Datasubtectta chah1e wnh.ut nanae


'Fs sre,ed Tradenad ol Genera Electic companv
t P,dprelary Trm or Aruminum company ol amer ca

DESIGNER SERIES_WALKWAY BOLLARD LUMINAIRE

a meaningfu I catatog number ior ordering the Walkway BotJard tuminaire


Choose
!o lrirg "t
each
ku'|
:acncomponenr
co.
rpurerr
component
or rearure
teature separately
feature
separarery and find
rrnd the number(s) or rette(s)
lette(s)identifvino
identifying your
vorirchoi.a
Tha;
choice. Then

!::,ttg1{

Durld

Specif

up the catalog number with the appropriate symbols. When


when ordering
orderino ballasts,
ba asrs ehpnk
check Rarre"i
Ballast
ications, page D21 -22

SPECIFICATION CHECK

120V 07

2-

20av

3-

240y

4-277V

10-

70!!
B Black
100!! L- Llca oxLReac HPF o - Dark Bronze

42 - 42

incl

'--l

For use with medium

r'

Mounled on concrete foundation

/
/

Heavy gawe alum num housing

Va.da {esislani tampe.proot screws


!/ Sp!n specurarAlzakt tinrshed aluminum cone
r', Molded boros lrcaie qlass refractors
r' Var eiy ofshapes squareorroundwilh
rellector or r-airE.tor

T=lf

ilri

ll, l:

,
'4
Bellector

r
l

l e!

Rtacror

Four bolts at 90o 6%,inch bo tc rcte d ameter


%-inch bolls w th 2 nch projeciion above concrele

Data sLbtect tachanse

'

Rq s
oD.

lF

wthauln.tce

eredTcdema,r orGene

eLr

r,m oi A um num

OESICUCN SERIES

-.

ELLIPTIC GLOBE LUMINAIRE

H::l

::irr;i*";",Hffi[4liflxtr.}ififift"iFi'"""'j'il:3,:iJ?;fnltffi":,-"'"Ji,i;it

Specif ications, Page D21 -22.

SPECIFICATION CHECK
,, sLplLts 3- n QDposltoportenon
,. Uv srabirzed trans ucent opalwhile acry ic

Lucalor" Reac. HPF


N - Lucalox Beac NPF-

casr al!m num slrpiilter

POSI

DIMENSIONS (in inches)

TOpI -

sliprits3-inch o.D.

FoiPosnline MounledBalksl)

S!ggested moLnling heiqht is l4 ieet Forpoebasedata.seepageFl2

Alum nunr. Anod zed Dark Bronze F nish

Aumrnum polessuppLed wth i!llbase cover


Full base cover avai able lor sleel poles Contaci iactorv
, For other mounlins arm arrangements contact laciory

t,

ETBIC DAT
tEs

'RegsleredlrademarkolGenera EleclrccomFaiv

DESIGNER SERIES_ROUND CYLINDER LUMINAIRE

l]se

this chart to arrive at a meaningful catalog number for ordering the Round

cylinder lumrnaire. choose

component or feature separatety and find the numbe(s) o'lette(s) ideniifying your choice. Th;;
build up the catalog number with the appropriate symbols. when ordering bariiits, check
Balast
Specif ications, paqe D21 -22.
each

fic

1-

2AAV

20v

3 - 240V

10-

100w

17-

150W c
175W L

15

15

B - Black

15 n.h

B -aoih

C'Clear
O Opal

,.

(120V on y)

"/

(ROUnd
Arms

SPECIFICATION CHECK

sriotirs 3-inch o.D.

Mounted singly or nrutt pte on a


UV slabiized acrylic cy inder
Cast a Lm num s ipf tier

For posi-Line wtounted Balast)

inches)

musi be ordered separale y irom Mounting Accessor es betow

Suggesiedmounling heiqht s

t4ieel Forpoebasedala

seepage Ft2

Alum

Aum nu.n

poles supplied wjth

f!it

poe

fum

Anod zed Dart Bronze F n sh

base cover

Fu base coverava ab e ior steetpotes. Contact faclory.


,
For olher mounuf q arm arangemenls, conlacl taclory.

100 and 175W merc!ry


70 and 100W Llca ox HPS, 25OW mercury

These slem lenqlhs may be made tonger to


accommodare larqer bat,asts.

@
t-o

o
1,,,",

100 and 175W mercury


Llca ox HPS 25OW mercory

70 and I00W

o
O-.-O o-io

EFFECTIVE PBOJECTED AFEA


SOUABE FEET (EPA]

'Ressred Trademark .r cenera

eclrc company

OESICruEN SERIES

CONTOUR CUBE LUMINAIRE

Us

use this chart to arrive at a meaningful catalog number for ordering the contour cube luminaire. choos
eich component or feature separitety and find the numbe(s) or lette(s) identiiying your choice. Thn
Orifa up in" catatog number with the appropriate symbols. When orderjng ballasts, check Eallast
Specif icatlons, Page D21 -22.

ea
bu

Sr

-F

(Lc

cc

4-271\l

v/ Mounled singly ormulllple on a po e

",
,,

2Aa\J

3 - 240V

SPECIFICATION CHECK

10
15 -

70w

- I20V 07

17-

Merclrry Feaclor

15

Black

100w
150W
175W

L-

15

C
B

LucaLox" Feac HPF

(120V on y)

(Squafe -

sliplirs 3-inch o.D.

Mil

BroMe

Cul

O-Opal

Borh

N- L!calor Beac NPF

UV stab lLzed acryLc c0be


Casl a umi.!m s lpfitler

MC

Car

For Post Line Mounled Eallast)

Arms m!st be ordred seoaratelv from Llount ng Accessories below

sul

Suqsesled mo!.1ng helghl is ro leet Forpolebasedata.sepaqeFl2

A!m num Anodlzed

c692H20X
c692H21X
c6s2H22X
c692H23X
c692F24X

Fo!rArmsp us

Dark Bronze Fin sh

Posl T

e
These slem lenqths may be made longer
to accommodale larqer ballasls.

*tr"

'--!

l-.-l r-i-l
I

-;

I.F.I

FFFECTIVE PROJECTED ANEA


SQUAFE FEET {EPA)

lEs

Aata

poles s!pplied with luL base cover

F! I base covr avallab e for sleel po es Coniacl faclorv


For other mounl ng arm atranqemenls coniact iactory

';l

Aum.!m

srbtect la .ha.qe ||nh.ol n.n.e


Ele.rLc Companv

Req srred Trademark or Gendral

---

Ca,atod

Number

'

Use

Wlh

w
100 and I75W mercLry
70 and 100W Lucalox FPS 250W mercurv

Mt
100 and r75W mercui/
7o and 100w Lucalox llPS. 250W

merc!rv

DESIGNER SERIES- MITERED CUBE LUMINAIRE

chart to arrive at a meaningful catalog number for ordering the Mitered cube luminaire. choose
component or feature separately and find the numbe(s) or letter(s) ideniifying your cnoice. inen
bulld up the catalog number with the appropriate symbols. when ordering ballists, check Ballalt
Speciiications, page D21 -22.
ljse thls

each

MC

o7

'16

(Post-Lins)
fic

B-Back

1-

120V
H
2 - 29AV 10- 100!!
3 240V 15 150W c
17
175W L

16 - 16 inch

D- Dark Bronze

P- PE Conho
B -Bolh

C'Clear
B -Bronze
O-Opal

N-None

",

i-

(SqUafe
I

Srsqesied

Mounted singiy or mulUpte on a pote

UV stabiiized acrylic c!be


/casl a u.ninum s ipiitter

tl2OV on v)

ArnrsmLrst be

SPECIFICATION CHECK

stiprirs 3-inch

o.o.

For posr-Lins Mounred Baltas1

(in inches)

ordered separatety liom Mouriins Accessories be ow

mountinq height is 1o

feet

For po e base data see paoe F12.

C8t3lo9

c692ll20x

Alunrinum, Anodlzed Dark Bronze Finish

c692H21X
c692H22X
c692H23X

Aunrinurn

poles supplied with rut base cover


lorstee po es. Contactfactory.

fulbase coveravailab e
Forolher mount nq arm

arangements contactfaclory

100 and 175W mercury


70 and 100W Lucalox HPS 25OWmercury

L
100 and 175W mercury
70 and 100W LLrca ox HPS 25OW merclry

Thss slm lengths lnay be

accomnodale lon9ef

'#Hl'#
T

l::r r-i-r
I

.^;

I
r'E'r
";,
EFFECTIVE PROJECTED ABEA
SOUAFE FEET (EPA]

Data sLbtect tachanqe

w haut nati..

rReq slered Tradmark


or cneral E eck

Company
I
I

DESIGNER SERIES

CLASSIC SPHERE LUMINAIRE

use this chart to arrive at a meaningful catalog number for ordering the classic sphere luminaire. ch!o$
each component or feature separttely and iind the number(s) or letter(s) identrfying your choice T,heibuitd up ihe catalog number with the appropriate symbols. when ordering ballasts. check Ballasinl
Specifications, page ozt -zz. CAUttON: See Wattage/Size Availabilitv Table

cs

o7

18

color

1i20v
2 - 204V

SPECIFICATION CHECK

/
/

Mounted s nqly or mu I p e on a pole

,/

Casl alum num slrplitter

uv stabiized

3
4

240V
277V

07

70w H

Mercury Reactor

15
t7
25 -

18

B ack

10- I00w

C-Cear

18 nch

B-Bronze

150W
175W L- Lucaloxx Feac. HPF
?50W N - Luca ox Beac NPF

Both

22 22 rch

po ycarbo.ale sphere

WAiTAGE/SIZE AVAILABILITY TABLE

(ROUnd -

sliplirs 3-inch o.D.

For Posl'Line lvtounted Ballasr)

Arms musl be ordered separaie y irom Mo!niinq Accessories be ow

S!qqesled mo!nl ng herqhl s l4 Jeel For pole base data see paqe F12

IG

Thos6 stem lengths may be made longer


to accommodate lonqer ballasls.

o o-f
o
O-.-O O)-i-o

t-o

t",."

c692H30X
c692H33X
c692H34X
c692H35X
c692H36X
c692H37X

A !rmin!m. Anodized Dark Bronze Fin sh

FourArms plus Posl Top

"1,^*

Al!minum Anodlzed Dark Brof?e Fin

c692H30X
c692H33X
c692H38X
c692H39X
c692H40X

":

o
o"-o )'9'o
o
I

Al!m num poles s!pplied w lh lullbase cover


F r b.se.over ava lable ior steel Do es Conlacl iactorv
,For olher mou.l ng arm anangements conlacl lactorv

MOUNTING ACCESSORIES

100 and i 75W mercu.y

70.n.l loow Llca

EFFECTIVE
PFOJECTED

ox HPS. 250W mercurY

souAaE
100 and 175W mercury
70 an.l loow Lucalox HPS. 250W mercurY

FEET

tEs

l
Data s'btectto chdhqe
"

||thaut naoce

Rescrered rrademad o{ Genral E ct c companv

sh

OpaL

DESIGN ER

S ER I ES

BALLAST

HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE (HID)

Line Current
On some ballast types, the line current as the lamp
starts is lessthan the finaloperating current, sothatfuses and circuit

breaker ratings can be based stricfly on the operating currenivalues.


For other ballasts, the line starting current may be considerably

the final operating value, so fuses, circuit breakers,


photoelecric control switches must be sized to accommodate
lhis higher current.
higher than

and

Power Factor
To be classed as "h igh power factot (H pF) a ballast
must have a powerfactor of at least 90%. Anything less is considered

'normal power factor' (NPFJ or 'low power factor' (LpF). Most


ballasts which are normal power factor are down around 50%. This
means that a normal power factor ballast has almost twice the line
current as a high power factor ballast, and makes less efficient use
of the distribution system. This requires larger wire sizes, larger

switches, circuit breakers, and


equivalent connected load.

distribution transformers for ihe

Voltage Rogulation
This is the chanqe in lamp watts due to
line voltage variation. Consideration should be given to the variat on in line voltage to be expected on a particular system where

Line

HID lamps
of

will be applied to insure that the regutating capability

the ballast is matched to the regulation of the power system. A

majority

of modern power distribution systems are required to

PECI FICATIONS

those ballasts designed for:!5% operation. ln any case, the

expected regulation of the powersystem line voltage is an important


consideration in ballast selection.
Extinction Voltage (Dip Tolerance) - All power systems are subject
to dips in the line voltage as loads are switched in and out, or as
other transient conditions occur. A good, stiff, well-regulated distribution line circuit will seldom see voltage dips of more than j O%,

but on some circuits, dips ol 20-30% rnay be encountered oc-

casionally. li the ballast is not capable of "riding through" the voltage


dip and sustaining the lamp, the lamp will extinguish and recycle.

BALLAST ELECTRICAL DATA lrpproximate - see notes.)


NOTE: The ballast electrical data lisied is typical of that obtained when

the ballast is tested under laboratory conditions as a separate

component. When these components are encapsulated or


mounted in Power-Pack type luminaires orfloodlights, the values
listed below willvary depending upon the enclosure being used,

lamp position, and lamp variations. The component value


method of testing is used in order that uniform testing procedures may be followed on all ballasts.

values when ordoring a nominal lamD ol the tvoe show n:


Op6rsling

(Hrl

Lin6

Lins-S16rlin9
(%)

ULA
LUJOOO

1000

120
208

9?

53
46

244

400

LU4OO

LU25O

277
480
120
208

4.0

244

22
19

4.3
2.5

480

1.1

124

2.A

208

16

80

i 090

46
4.0

35
465

2.a

16
14
12
90+
300

18
1.0

240

0.9

2TT

150

1.2

08

1.a

05
03

a7

480
LU150

120
2AA

10

240
277

0.9
0.4

150

124

100

LUlOO

60

Lll70

'For

oprati.! llght sources such

thh suhtect to chanse

'Flktrod

0.4

124

1.2

208
240
277
440

o7

0.15

r88

2.O
1.1

1.0

a7

0.9
130

03
042
0.48

4ao

020

1.3

90+

0.6
0.5

208
240
277

as Lucaloxa high pressure sodium tamps

withott noiee.
Tradma* ol cene.at Et6clric Company

1.7
1.0

208
24A
277

124

a2

lut(.,H

TYPE
1U150

0a
o7
0.6

033
94

090
050

0.41

035

(to, sinsr.iamp operation)

operate between t5% ol normal line voltage, although systems are


occasionally encountered which may vary as much as 1O% or more
from nominal. Recent power shortages have occasioned "brownouts ' in some areas, which could create a lamp starting problem with

BALLAST CHARACTEBISTICS
I

035

DES lG N ER

SER

ES

BALLAST SPECI FICATIONS

tto, sinstelamp operation)

BALLAST ELECTRICAL DATA

METAL HALIDE BALLAST*I

AUTO-REGULATOR TYPE (PEAK LEAD)


46
40

277
400

M58

250

15
1.5

455

120
2oa

4.0

244

2A

08

2TT

1.4

4.7

23

0.9

10
'10

120

60

59
34
30
26

1080

92

124
204
244

M47

25

16

292

09
08

2Aa
1.3

277
440

06

1i

BALLAST

_
124

400

4.3

60

4.0

124

3.9

208
244

22

38
19
3.2
2.0

454

17
15

20
10

25

90+

1.5

2.4
1.4

1.1

1.0

292

t3

12

062

204

18
10

244

0.87

277

076

124

100

75

46

277

277
440
120
208
244
277
440

H39

H38

9.2
5.3

TY PE

1000

254

o5

0.9
0.52
0.45
0.39
a.22

09
0a

204
240

ll37

OT

18
10

124
204
244
277

M57

H36

244

120

105

2AA

0.6
0.52
0.45

244
277

1.7

2Aa

0.95
0.83

472
441
10
058
0.5

043

o25

POST
H37

26

124
204
240

250

60

H39

120
2aa

MERCURY BALLAST

0.8

,10

H39

11
0.9

t1

055
0.45
0.4

ox'hish pressuresodi!m

tamps

rimits n ANsl staidards ior H sh Prssur sodium Lamps


Mercuryreactorbalastslsied nlooto4oowanas*mavbeusedal50Hzaslollows:277vots{60Hz)a1250

'Reqislered Trademark ol GeneralE ect c Company

120

57
275

4A

3 A baasls;lprovdasatisla
4
T

15-20

2.4

"" Foroperat ng tisht sources such as [,] u lti-Vapor' m etal ha ide lamps.
voh (50 rl, and 24Ovols (60 Hz) al2OOvohs (50 Hzl Feaclors

Lampwaltaqeoianyampcanvaryatotaloiapproxmallv4per.ent(prcenilorsnseampl0oowaolor
rlre mrcury requlalor ba asGriS percenl ior the mercury aulorequalori 110 percent lor lhe mercury
laq.mercuryacior.andhelalhaldautcresuLalorbal6ls,henlnpulvoiaseva 6overthe percentalow'
adel.e'oltaqevtratonEnqelhevoltaqeolhqh_Dressusdiumlampschanqeswlhamol{ecausinscor

Data subiect ta change withaut notica.

51

215
2.1

120

100
as Luca

21D

3.5

!5

6*p*ar1swlhintheprcsribdLim(soioperaiionthrcuqhoultheBledlteoltlrelamp.asdlnedbvtrapezodal

t_

0.85

122

055

respondioqch;nsesnlampwalts,soihatlhorequalioncannolbeslaidnlheemelrmsastorolrerHlDlamp
lyps AL highpressu@sodunbaLasItypes oler the lulL anse ol allowable nevollasvaaatior. conlro

15
10
0.85

06s

124

175

,Foroperarng tight sources srch

90+

LAG TYPE (NORMAL POWER FACTOR)


60

H38

215

1.8

120
208
240

09

1.3

244
100

1.8
1.0

300

15

used on 220vohs are onvadequalelor

2ooFC4oFlorhiqhpressuresodum)mininumov.rthe

recommendd lne vollagevdalion See Note No 2


Fosins Nolrc@nmenden as prol{l on tor ndvidualHlDba16l

ll sp lied luse(s)shouldberalec3iimesmd'
num;neniFusnsmayca6enuisancenteruplonsTherusinsclareactorrypebaaslshoodbavodea
Notelhaliheseslafinocutrenlsarepowerlaclorcapacilorcotrntswhchlow llhe ampdrawsnocurrcnr
io.eramD. hotreslartcond lons Norma neslartns cu(eolwil belowr.

ac@mmodate insDetinqampercsorL

nedan n!amperes whlchever s arcer

ROADWAY LUMINAIRES

Bulltln

......
......

@ l/-250R 1
M-250R1 Cutoff

@N4-250R2
@ N4-250R2 Cutoff
@ M-250A2 Powr/Door (Formerly lV-150)
@c M-250A2 Powr/Door Cutoff (Formerly M-150 Cutoff)

E2 c640N, C760N
E3 C68ON
E4 c265N
E5 c266N

E6 c641 N

N,4-400A

Powr/Door

o*M-400A2 Powr/Door

....

....

@*N4-400R2
@*M-400R2 Cutoff .
M-1000.
X209 H igh Mast ...
o*High Mast Asymmetrics Light Distribution . . . .
High Mast Service Hoist and Pole
Powr/Bracket Unit Packs
201 SA Optical Assembly and Hoods
201 SA Unit Packs .
Merchandiser Unit Packs

E11

PhotoelectricControls,AccessoriesandAdapters........
Epoxy Encapsulated Ballasts
Brackets for Wood Poles . . .

A luminaire is classified according to its light distribution

Cutoff

Type (ll)
Type (lll)
(L) Lons
(N) Non-cutoff Type (lV)
The letters in parenthesis are generally used to describe the
classification. The distribution classification should be used only
as a guide when initially selecting a fixture for further evaluation. The final selection is that fixture that produces the greatest
(C)

(S)

Semi-cutoff

spacing while meeting both the illumination and uniformity


criteria.
The short, mgdium or long designations are used to indicate
how far the luminaire tends to direct light in the longitudinal
directioni i.e., up and down the street. Generally a "medium'
pattern will produce maximum spacings. Occasionally a "long'
pattern will be best in a local-residential application where a
less restrictive uniformity ratio is allowed. A "short" pattern
would produce somewhat higher footcandles in those jnstances
where the poles have been spaced relatively close together:
i.e., less than 4.5 MH apart. lvlaximum fixture spacings will
generally be less thani
Short Medium
Long

E7 C642N

sl0 c269N

M-4004 Cutoff

(M) Medium

E8 cs74N, C722N, C724N GEA-9350


GEA-1 1564
E9
GEA-10197
s11
GEA-1 1s64
E10 c797N,
GEA-9605
s12
GEA-1 1565
s13
GEA-1 1565

@*M-400A2 Cutolf . .
tv-400 . .

pattern.
(S) Short

GEA-9231

E12
S9
E13
E14
E14
E15
E15
E16
E17

c646N
c270N
C798N
c267N
c268N
c796N
x209

GEA-9606
GEA-9230

c422G, C408G
GEA-9702
c746N, CZ59N
GEA-8893
c639G, C601G
c647G
GEA-9656
c647G
oLH-7000
c402G, C403G
c301N-302N,
c304N-305N, C308N,
c31 6N-321 N, C340N-343N
E18 C620G-623G, C626G

The cutofl, semi-cutofl or non-cutoll designations are used


to describe how much glare is to be expected from the fixture.

Generally the fixtures that are classified as "non-cutoff" or

"semirutoff" will produce the longest spacings. However, with


the emphasis that is now being placed on energy conservation,

there is a trend toward less obtrusive lighting. The cut-

off luminaires" (M-400A cutoff, M-150 cutoff, and Decashieldo


luminaires) serve this need while still retaining the ability to

produce very reasonable spacings.


The Type ll, lll, or lV designations are used to indicate how
far the luminaire tends to direct light in the transverse direction; i.e., across the width of the street. A Type ll pattern would
be considered for a narrow street (less than 1 MH wide). Type
lll patterns might be considered uD to a street width of 1.5
MH with a Type lV pattern being appropriate beyond 1.5 1.,4H.
Fixture choice will also influence the dirt depreciation factor
(0.95 for a "charcoal filtered" fixture, 0.80 for an enclosed'
fixture). The use of a filtered fixture will improve the system
elficiency by 18% and will generally increase the spacing (or
average maintained footcandle level) by the same amount.

4.5 MH
7.5 MH

'12.0 MH

Dak subi@t ta chanse without natce


'Fesrslerad Tradmsrkoi Genera ElectricCompany

SEE SUPPLEMENTAT BACKOFCATALOG FOR

PRODUCTS.

6
B

REFRACTOR

--

Oc

(in inches)
OPTIONAL PHOTOELECTRIC
CONTFOL

6
Eft

ADJUSTABLE SLIPF TTER FOF


l il Tr-rRU 2', PrFE

Ell
Ad

ma*
For

rse

wr'l , /5 rcf.

res n,e'aci.,s{2way.n yl
ond belos

Type ll 4-way relleclo. with qlass refractor

nler.alholseor

street s de

"

IN.

QTY.

Req sreEd Tradedad( ol

GeEra Eldncconomy

c245G008
c245G00?

or Area

L .";'- (,

rs

0 7 so

p re

lt

mar
._

rl to

,or

orop

r_.lro19al _o oolrrd
, .oe ,r.". mo-nr no hetafr 15 . . .e. Io ?r'o' o opp6d
, ,' ."nd r ra, ,o ro "r ed'r o0 MD!
;;i--i ; -;;lii": o'd" oratoq ,rt" bp os r\p.p oo,p ^,page
F2.
lsee w nd mao. Daae F3l. Anclrora{re. welqlrts or olher dela is are on

M-250R1 CUTOFF LUMINAIRE

GE)

c080N734

c0E0N782

receptacle co..eded same vo lag as !nit e^.ept as noted Order PE contro separatety (See page
Eoo-rtdFl .F^on-on-Dl
unrso o-.nrre:less_ra-5 oa-'ol- ,rrtdnd,5o nqcapC4OJGOOj
PE

inches)

E16 )

rThel20x240votunisarefactorywredforl20voLlsUnrlscanbereconnectedeasvrnthefedio240
!ols llthe un I has a PE receptacle,

trw
Efl

s also chanqed ro 240

!olts and rhe controi must be ratd accordinq y

ftor.Area s 0 6 sq it. max Adjuslable s ipi tler accommodates

l-l

lhrolgh

f '"/rr l
14 /-T-\
t_-tfiF-:=

pipe

!I-N-r./

See page E2.

MIN.
QTY.
70, 100, 150W Lucalox ava lable wilh 208 277,
480V regulalor on y

Data

suble.I ta chanue ||nhaul nance

iReq slered Tradema ol Genra ElecticCompany

I
I

M-250R2 LUMINAIRE

GE)

fl
FEFRACTOR
c265N510

c265N500

124

511

501

244

21
22

24

SPECIFICATION CHECK

,. 1 I in.h 2
,, Resiient

nch un versal

s pniter

po yester I ber gasket ng

c265N513
514

c265N503

12Q

21

504

240

22

c26sN516

c265N506

124

517
514

507
508

244

c265N519

c265N509

120

c265N002

c255N001

120

c265N524

c265N520

124

25Gwarr

c265N526

c265N522

120

200-wax

c265N009

c265N007

124

c265N005

c265N003

12A

D e cast alum num housinq

(in inches)

21

Las (NPF)

22
24
21

MS

las INPF)

n4-s

Lag (NPFI

f,4s

175-ftn

, PE receptacle connecied s6rne voltage as ba last Order PE conlrol separale y (See page E16
use on 3 wire 1201240 volt s!pply (240 vo ts to the ba last and 120 vo ls to the PE co.lroLl

'For

E=

with 175 wati and be owl


Fegulalor bal ast 70. 100. 150 wah Lucalox, a

t
MIN.
QTY,

10

vo taqes

Auto reoU ato. ballast 200 and 250wail Lucalox

t0

\oll"qe\
"cFqr
aror oa l.<

10

- I

OO r / 2:O soh r erLJry,


tvolages
.oI g \o avdrdb - wrlh n u.r,vo )

Suggested molnting heishl is25 ieel For25 rolnd lapered, anchor base poles ncludnganchorbohmd
bo t circ e temp ates. order cala og numbers below These po es w I wrthstand winds !p to at east90MPH
(see wind map. page F3l Anchorage. we ghts or other deta s are on page F2

c690H16X
c790830X
c690H17X
c245G008
c24sG007

50, 70

li

Li

I R!
slered Tedemad(ol GeneELElectic Company

c690H1aX
c79ou34X

"::lli"JlJ;*:'

M-250R2 CUTOFF LUMINAIRE

6Bt

c206N516

c266N500

517

501
502

513

120
244

c266N519
520
521

c266N503

124

504
5{)5

244

c266N522

c266Ns06

523

507

c256N525

c206N509

526
s21
c266N528

5't

M-C-

SPECIFICATION CHECK
Laq INPF)

/
,.

124
240

ALGLAS! ref eclor f n sh


Die cast alum nrm housinq

Las (NPF)

Iin inches)

120
240

c266N512

120

513

244

c266N5't5

124

529
c26N531

250-wart

Laq (NPF)

@
PE

receptacie connected same voltage as ba lasi Order PE contro separately {See page Er6 )

re
Ell Proj

Area

s06sq.it

max Adjuslable s iptjtler accom modates

r'% ihrouah2

pipe

See page E4.


MIN.
QTY.
RegLlaior ba last 70 100 150 watt Lucalox,

Aulo{esulalor bal asl200 and 250 watl


Regllator ba asl 100 175. 250 watt

Lucalox.

mercLry,

- Fuses

o
l

Data subt,pct ra chanqe withojt nance


rAesislered lrademark or Genera Eleclr c Company

10
10

l0
5

M-250A2 POWR/DOOR@ LUMINAIRE


This producl was lormerly named M-150. With the added capability tor 200 and
watls, it has been renamed, M-250A2.

Th
an

250

FI

Powr/lrodule ballast assembLy


1Z -2 inch univercalsllpfitter
,7 Die-cast alumin'rm housins

"/

,/ Resilienl polyester liber


,/

gasketinq
ALGLASoJinish on rellector

LASS REFRACTOR

n inches)

| "'-

L-l
\- .,.,

l*l
r

Unit perm ts customer seleclion oi any one ol fout vollages 12O|2OA/24O1277


, PE rece plac le connec led sa me v o lag e as u n il excepl as noted Order PE contro separaiely. (See paqe E 10.1
For quLch deli!ery on non PE Ln is ol qLanlilies ess ihan 5, order PE unit and sho ing cap C403G003

l"'

Eil Proj. Area s 1.0 sq. ft. rnax


Adjusiable sl pfiiter accommodales 1

throLgh

pipe

{
Ef

(
MIN.
QTY.

Bronze pa nted
Glass relractor
LEXAN! polycarbonate res n rerraciors(2 wayonlyl
150 watt marimum
Type l-4 way - rellecior w ih qlass relractor
EPDM gasket)

charcoalfilter

Filtered oplics (nc udinQ


175 wait

melal-halde

Fusrns (Not ava lable wilh mult vo t.l


lln ts with 6.6 amp series Lucalox ballast
50 150 waits

Any
Any
5

Any
10
5
10

)
Data subiect ta .hanse |9ithout
! Ra
srrd IrademaftolGenera

natic.

EecracComDa^v

M-250A2 POWR/DOOR@ LUMINAIRE CUTOFF OPTICS

GE)

l FLAT G

-l
-l

502
505

-try

_l

,.

506
508

Powr/Modu e balasl assembly

,/ALGLASa:lin sh on rellector
,/ Die-casl alumin!m ho!sing
!,111'2 nch universals ipiLiier
,, Res lient oolves!er fiber qasketing

22
16

c042N684

SPECIFICATION CHECK

23
25
25

c64?N682
I

25

511

(in inches)

573
2a

c642N685

t6

512
613

FIAT GLASS UNIT

c64tN518

F-

13s

.)

fr*

un r perm ts c!sroner selecl on oi any one ot four vollages 12al2aal24al2T7


rPErecepiacleconneciedsamevoliaqeasunitexceptasnoted OrderPEcontrolseparately (SeepageEl6.)
For qu ck delivery on

no.

PE un ts of quanl t es less than 5, order PE unit and shorl nq cap C403G003

FlalGlass Unii09 Sq Fl Mar


0ropped Globe Unil 1 0 Sq Ft Max

See page E6.

MIN.
QTY,
c642N703

c64?N706

704

701
708

705
c642N697
698
699

124
244
480

701

124
240

702

480

c642N700

2so'watt

ll{-

F llered

lL

optcs(includinq charcoali ier,

gaskei)
Dropped Globe (150 wail nTax mum)
EPDIVI

LEXA N 1 poiyca rbo nate resin


175 watt meta ha ide
F!s no iNot avaiable with m!ltivoll )

10

llnitswilh 6 6 amp serles Lucalot balasts

10

50 70

100, 150

ffi
Data subteta t. ctartl. rtth.ot nat..
iFessre,ed rradeharkoiGeielalEe.l,.conpany

M-4OOA POWR/DOOR@ LUMINAIRE

L sred in GEA 9350

o-

N6t

c722N457
439
SPECIFICATION CHECK

,. Powr/Mod!

e ba last assembly

r/ Acl vated charcoa i ltered opiicalassembly


L7

,/

440

44i

Two-screw. 12-posrt on socket adjustment

,7 A 2akt nn shed alum num rei

EPDi,l gasket

c722N454

e.tor

c722N441
444
c724N002

Cc

039

(in inches)
*r*

I
,

LJnil perm ls cuslomer se ecl on oj any one of ioLrr


PE

conrrolseparare y {see page Er6)


un t and shorl ng cap C403G003
easiy in the lield io 240!o ts
ihe conlrol mlsi be raied accordlnov
reconnecled eas ly n the feld.

receptacleconnected !arnevo tageasunii

For qlick de ivery on non PE lnils ol


The 120x240vo I onits are faclory w red

11

EII

Eii. Pror. Area s 1.2 sq tt.

(
For.0'o-nd rdpereo d cho od)epoe- rl.rronqar. o'oorso_0
numbers below Thesepoeswil wilhsland w nds uo to al least 90 MPfl
weiqhls oroiherdetais are on paqe F2

c690H20X
c790F3aX
c690H21X

c790u40x

tEs Dist,
M.N. V

200,250.

c245G004
c245G005

M-S-t

MS

MNII
MNIII

400

M-S.

;tl
It
MN
M-S9

' Rq d,d T,ademarri ol GeneE E eclrc Company


Proonelary lerm oi Alum'nuh c

35

M-4OOA CUTOFF POWR/DOOR@ LU MI NAIRE

@npERrNGEFm"Air-T\
tEs

Lisied n GEA 10197

oisr.
Noceplaclel
c6,46N933

c646N953

921
934

943
945

M{
120
240

932
c646NS37

c646N954

935
938

947
948

c646N939

c646N950

942

951

120

244

""

120
24A

llt\

;;:::r;'n;""

",".,"

lfi6rEs)
relaL hal de, consull iaclory.
ts c!stomer select on ol any one ol

io!r vo iages 120/208/240/277


rcleconnecled samevollageasu. texceplas noied. Order PEcontro separaley [SeepaqeEi6
quantil
ivery
de
on non-PE units ol
es less lhan 5. order PE un t and shorl nA cap C403G003

{5iIlEGI5lIF)(ininches)
oDi o.al Frov s oi lor

.)

-l-;:\

oi.ao' m4 \

USW! N(r,
I 1 sq ll

'-

oro_o- - rF.\

max These eljectve prolecled area

r es allached lo the l!mLnaLre


lilslable s ipfit ter accommodates l -1,1 through2

va ues do

.oi

ncllde v sors lolvers.

a-J "{

sh elds.

ppe

L-=r

_o _

,,

"";",

Arr!slab

.,.

lo

GEAAM] tlEmEo]E5}6'tEF)- see pase E8.

il

rt
I
l

(3FmIs-)
MIN.
QTY.
5

F!s nq INor a!ai ab e wLrh m!ltiloll ]


UL rsied fe..eol Sleadi! 'e e.ljonic balasrl

10
10

!x electronic balLasi
Lucalor mag reg ba last
Sleadr

(TF6T0-lltJJF-ErFiEEmD

re
warrs
ll-r' .1. ---

roo I

Lamo
r-n^
- --u"lo

a,

Posruon lvpe

L I )(r

t
-m
Data suhject b .nanae tha'l nan.e
"Req slered Trademad ol Genera E e.lrc Comoanv

irumber

M rr l
l.

r/6J6r
616l

M-4OO LUMINAIRE
Lrsied in GEA S605

c797N710
SPECIFICATION CHECK

c797N740

42
41

,. Sem Jixed rellector for Fosri ve


,, Adl!slab e socket setl ngs

,,

Fesr

sea

c797N747
749

gid refraclor door


i.t po yesier l ber gaskennq

067

c798N409

n inches)
***

Un i perm ts customer selecl on of any oie ol fo!t la)lages 12alzDA/24O121r


,PErecepiacleconnecledsamevoltaqasunile.cprasnotes.OderPEconrrosepararelylseepageEl6l
For quck delvery on.o. PE u.its ol qLrantrtres less lha.5, order PE u. t dnd sho.trnq cap C4O3G01]0

L,-_=--7
14

RAOIUS FOF SWING

Eii Prol Area is 1 2 sq. lt. max. These eiieciive prorecled a.ea va les do
other accessores atlached lo the /!m na re
.c-.aotp,,o.1F-d.,orroo"esI . ouq 2 piop

nol

nc ude visors

olvers

sh eLds

0r

Suqgesled molnting heiqhl is 30 leel For 30 rolnd tapred ancho. base po es nc ud ng anchor bolh and
bo i c rcle iemplaies, order calaloe nlmbers below These poles w I w thsiand w fds up io al easl 90 lvlPf
{see wind map pase F3l Anchorase. weishls or other dela s are o. pase F2

Effi

c690H 19X

!EXAN^ polycarbonale resi. reiiaclor (250 watt

Frsnq fNol availabewilh

IN.

c790t-]36x
c790H37X

OTY.

c690u20x

c790H38X
c790H39X

c690u21X
c790H40X

multvot)

c790ts4ix

.ler.al holse

or skeet srde sh e d

Data stbject ta .hanae without nat.e


'Rq ste,ed Tddemalkal Ge.em E ecrr ComDanv

c245GOO5

M-1OOO LUMINAIRE
Lsted

n GEA 9606

Nel

c796N171

174

SPECIFICATION CHECK

164

,7 Alumin!m d e cast ho!sing

180
c7!6N016
018
022

Semi-lixed ref ector

Resilient polyesterflber qaskel

(in inches)

'

)The12ox240volunitsarelactorywiredlo.
volis lihe unit has a PE receptacle, i s also

l20vols

LJnits can be

reco.necled easiy

ntheteldlo240

chanqed to 240 vo ts and the contro must be raled accordinqly

li

max.
Area s 1 5 sq
uslable siipiilier accom modaies l

Efl Pror.

li

Ootiona Provision for


ppe
Photoelectric Receotac e 1-114 lhr!2
35 3/4
17 3/4

receptacle connecled same voltage as !nlt except as noled Order PE control separately (See page E16.)
Forquick deiivery on non PE unlts of quantil es less lhan 5. order PE un i and shorting cap C403G003
PE

-% throuOh

ppe

molntng heght is35 feel For35 round, iapered anchor base poles, includ ng anchor bo is and
circle templates, order cata og ilmbers be ow These poles w I withstand winds up to at leasl 90 MPHI
heewind map, paqe F3) Anchoraqe we shts or other detai s are on page F2
$rgqested
boll

c690H22X
c79ou42X
c690H23X
c790H44X
c7coH45X

MIN.
QTY.
5

c690H24X
c790H46X

10

t0

c245G003

Data srbtect ta ahanee

||

haut natce

tFeq stercd Tradema* orGenera EectrcComcany

X2O9 HIGH MAST LUMINAIRE

e
SPECIFICATION CHECK

Se ect appropr ate basecaialoq n!mberirom iab e be ow and insertdes red vo tag {') and bearn iype
nna ize catalog number beiore orderin!

cast a !mi.um balasl and

)d

Ee

hlo

an

lur

lul
,7 ALGLASj llnlsh on
,7 StaLn ess

ot

sleelclampba.d

lOOO

DI

Waii Meta tsal.lF

Two way ndependenl

Se

evelns adluslnent

X209C1-oL'a
X2O9C1 oM'^l

Enclosod and Filtered


,/ Casi alumi.um ballast and sl pirt(er mount
,. Al non-cotros ve hardwa.e
r' ALGLASTi n sh on rei ector
r, Heat and shock res stant tempered I ass
,. Stain ess slee clamoband

'lndlcates balastvoltaq nseri sinSle d gil lor des red vo iaqe irom tab e be ow
ndicates Dholornetnc drslr bulio. l.serl doub e drqit {Order Codel ior desired tvoe from iab

rs

ii ter

(35

1000w

(in inches)

e be ow

,,Two way ndependent levelrnq adlustmenl

r' A.iiv.le.l .h.r..al

iw,

1000 Watt Llca ox


IOOO Watt Meta tsa .l-o

,,

23

C.

(F.]-F'-)

c,

209 c 1.0 L 4 84

V = Open Vent zted'


C = FncLos-"d and Filtered

I Not ava lable ior 1000 wall HPS


, For over elcrhi !minaires per nnq, lse only 4a0V lum narres

(For ldentilication and Renewal Part Ordering Only)


MIN.
QTY.
5

Asymmetrca dislr bulron

Decorallve shrold (Specily one of e ghl


decoraive co ors shown i. GEA-9352 )
ShieLd

@9
Ell Pror

Area

2 0 sq.

li

"FqLslred lladenark oi Gener

HIGH MAST LIGHTING SYSTEMS

Llsted n GEA-9702

service hoist consists of bracket arms, prewired ring, head lrame, cover, hoist
winch cables and a winch. The ring can accept up to (12) X209 High Mast
luminaires or up to (16) HLX Powerfloodo or Powr.Spoto floodlights. For over eight
"riraires per nng, use only 480V luminaires.
ORDEF EACH CONFIGURATION OF SERVICE HOIST SEPARATELY BY COMPLETE
DESCRIPTION AS FOLLOWS:
Each

and

urinoirer
Selre_orl sr a ro C422CXxX e.cpr'lo se'rrce(qLanl lyol
lanaq ol lL-rnd res) (vo rage o' lua nd rFs) rrypF ol l-m nai et 'Lri_ci'es o.

rheiohl ol pole) loot pole


,!h base power. (Listany

wlth (voltase and phases oi power available at pole base)


optons required )

-Sla nless steelwlnch cable

- ftovisions ior a rcraiiwarn n9lghts


-Lqhtfing aresler
-N ghtc rc!it (2 uminaires siandard)

SEFVICE HOIST
SPECIFICATION CHECK

,,Stainless stee hardware


,, Oll impregnated bronze bushinqs
/ Laiched Lrm na re r ng
,/ Lalch pos tion ind calor flaqs
/ casl stain ess sieellatch

/Type

ftr. No.
c108G001

OFDEF BY CAT NO OB SII\,I TO C4OSGXXX EXCEPT

(!

,.Se f lockinc

ST EXCEPT ONS)

-For use with other than 480V pole base power (speciry 208. ?40 or 277 vo

Ktininches)

ST r ns cab e
Type SO power cable

r' R.la ..nt..l.cnl.prino

For use with 480V po e base power

E.ms
worrn sear-w nch

[iolded case c rcurt breaker

i ) Consull Faciory

,r 100 MPH so'acl'


'o . .a pighr
s Il
-r'r''F< and

Po Fs a e secl oned pr n e pdrrled olp-l


up Io ( Ln na res. 90 MoL rso aLl
an 80 MPH isotach wiih 12 lumina res.

I'

No.
C902H008
010
O12
015

Cat.

. .--......

Finish
Prime Pa nted
Pr me Painled
Prime Pa nled
Pr me Painred

Heighl
80
100
124

OFDER BY CAT NO OB SIM TO CgO2HXXX


EXCEPT (L ST EXCEPTIONS)

For use in oiherthan lsotach noted above


To comp y with AASHTO speciiications
Ga van zed or wealher nq slee i n sh

TECHN CAL INSTALLATION ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE


IF CONTFACTED FOR ATTIME OF OFDER.

Data subte.t to chanee wthoLt naL.-^


!Feo$tered rrademark ol cenr

POWR/BRACKET@ LUMINAIRE UNIT PACK


Llsred in GEA-8893

SA OPTICAL ASSEMBLY

Pow/B6ckeiluminaire

Powr/Bracketluminairewiih
with SA opticalassembly PA opiicai assembly
SPECIFICA]ION CHECK
vz Complele unil pach,
/ Acrylic refractor
,, Die'casl hood

IES TYPE V

746N938
759N033

HT DISTBIBUTION
as

lsGwan

120
244
120
244
124
240
120

Laq (N

lOGWatr

LUl

OO

LUTO
Lao

Las

124

(in inches)

{l

(r

Las (N

240

TYPE V LIGHT DISTRIBUTION

I All Powr/Brackot

,
MIN.
QTY.
5

Sinsle pack
Wilhoui PE receptacle or control
Enc osed LEXANtpo ycarbonale resin
SA opl cal. Ava lable in SA only up to 175 wattl

AdaptersFor3.0lnch OD (S nsle lum naire)

10
5
5

luminai16

c.t.log

numbers lisld aro packed lwo por carlon.

nit Pack inc ludes Powr/B r.c ket lu m ina re pre-w red wiih 3 ft. leads, lam p, external PE control, optica assemb
a o aor_l ng l-drowdre uons slnq ol , -! r 3 rnc" dq scress ano \ 4 1ornch r.ro.gh oolls
U

re

y,

On
Ha

N(

Elf. Proi. Area s 2.4 sq rt. maximum.

Po e Top

c258G130
c258G135

For 3.0lnch OD {Twln lum na re)


For35 inch OD

c258Gr37
c258G131
c258G132
c258G133
c258G134
c245G001
c245G002

For 4.5lnch OD

For olher than photomekic data listed abov, see Type 201 SA luminaire phoromeiric data, pase E13.

Corner mouniing adapier

lnlernalshields-SA
_PA

201 HOODS And Type SA OpticalAssemblies

201 HOODS
With rnternal Ba rast and 6 in plstails torwirins

sliplinettottA

-2

Pioe S ze

MIN.

QTY.

Enc osed acry ic or

LE)GN'

po

lycarbonaie

resin

opiicalassembly (do not use for 250-watU Wheh


orderins enclosed optica assembles, also order
niplilter guard ical No 35-96r r50-01) for

For non-PE units, order PE unil and shorting

assehbly C245G0Ol

cap.

any

Internalshield to. SA optical

DaL.

subt*t

to ahanse without natice

oRlisleredTradehark olGenral E clrc company

NOTES
? For use on 3-wire system, 240 volis to ballast and 1 20 volls to PE conhol.
3 For IES type dishibution wiih HID jamps seo Dhotomelric data for 201SA luminake.

TYPE 201 SA MERCHANDISER UNIT PACK1

SPECIFICATION CHECK
/Comp ete unil pack
Die casl alum num hood

Unll Psct Compongnts

/12

12" x 13 x15
Screw aliached optical

(2) 30 in. *16

Stee mounling bracket

inches)
(2) 30 tn.

c047G300

#t6

301

175 Walt, 120 Voit


Las (NPFI

c647G302
303

175 Watt, 240 Volr


(2-w te)

(2) 30

c647G306
307

in +16

250 Watl. 120 Volt


Laq (NPF)

c647G304
305

ono

s6l

250 wail,240 Vo

inrbovo unit packs:

Hardware:(2) 9(

(2-wkel

x 3-inch lag

bolls

Bracket:C621G102

PE Control: C402c600.

Oplical

Llghl

c601G001

M-S.V

IIOTES

i lnc uds hardware, I


bracket, pholoelectric
rCab e s 7-strand Vulkeneo
1 bLack, 1 white

control, cable hood, opiica assemb y, and lam p.


tor 120Vi 2 black ior 240V.
rNood has PE receptacle connecied same voltage as ba last, 11,tr or 2'inch s ipf tter.

175 25a

SSV

221H523

TYPE 201 SA LUMINAIRE UNIT PACK1


L

sled in GEA-9656

SPECIFICATION CTIECK

Lishiweight

,/

Less projected area


un que vented hood-

'/

Slronq sise bracket

(in inches)
70 Wail, 120 Voli

c847G057

c601G001

250 Wait, 120Volt


Laq fNPF)

788

c647G050
(3'wire)

051

c847G032
c847G703

(3) s

tt +r4
(3'wire)

818

ons sst

ln sbov6 unll packs:

hardware
B acher.

I{oTES

(-)

\ r 1ornff lhrr bolr and nur, (lJ 2-i.ch I ar washF


C62lG ol
PF Conl'ol:C.02G600 (o'equ vale"l).

(21

,! , 3- nca as oo

l\

ilncludes hardware, 24 ' bracket, photoelectric control, cab e, hood, optical assembly, and lamp.
Cable is 7-stmnd vulkened - 1 black, 1 white lor 120vt 2 black lor 240v.
3 Hood has 120V PE receplacLe I
Z or 2-inch sLipfitter.
. For use on 3-wire 120/240 volt supply (240 volts to balast and 120 volts to ihe PE conlro
)
,

Data subiect

ch.nQe wnhoLt

natce

Thecaiaroq iumbeG optons and modilcations

!Reo

shown on IhisoaqeareUL isld un ess olhee 3 nold.


stred Tmdemark or GeaerarE edtrc Comoany

PHOTOELECTRIC CONTROLS

2-;1'nch Diameter by 2'll-inches Hish

/B'
r&
{Star

, Llshtins Systerns Departmeni reserues the r ght to lurnish Cai No as lisied or equivaleit un

ACCESSORIES AND ADAPTERS FOR MULTIPLE CONTROL DEVICES

CAT. NO.
Mounting brackl and locklng-lypo recoplacl6 tor h{istlock
photoe ectric control ers Can be used with conduit by removins

bracket

C403G001

Shortinq oap with slandard three-prong twisllock p us with line and


load pronss shorled looether.

c403G003

Polelop adaplr rnay be used on applicat ons where twist ock


photoelect.c controllers are to be rnounled on po e tops having an
outside diameler of 3% to 4)1 inches The recepiacle on th sadapier
coniormstosiandards EEI PublcationNurnberTDJ-148and NEMA
PubLication N!mber SH-19s9. The adapter has a terminal board lor
qu

+--

5r/6

connecllons.

C403G01 0

r-JJ-x--l

r rql
Lt
J!-J

ick, easy custorner

Saj

I
i

i
Data sub/ecr

i,

chanae wnhour norlc6

EPOXY ENCAPSULATED BALLAST

lslandard

ead enalh is 12 inches

l
Dimensions in inches
B

c301N101

13

c304N101
103

16

107
c305N101

;0

c302N118

M57/H39

c343N102

M58/H37

c308N108
106

M59/F33

6,1

11%

61.1

12ax24a

12"1

c340N117

1000

lv48

1500

120

102
103
104

43

2AA

240
277

c316N101
c317N101
c318N101
c319N101
c320N101

030
040
065

124

01

lor mu lip e or series type)


&iche-hand e K I Aena ba lastsi.cludessatchelhandle
Asemby. For separate saichel handle k t. reler io '/o!r
iearesi General Electr c Sales Oflice
t*i Llnit prnrilscustomerseleciion of any one oilhe'our
t ol\ages 1 20 I 2AA I 2 4A / 2T 7
Kiowat(s ol constant cunent tra.siormer capab lty
o- bal d\l rp or n ar dao or p.opc opc rfol

Comm
l2 inches.
lrequ red,lead lenglhs of 24 or48 inches can besupp ied

Slandard length Leads

Hiqh p.essore sodium - contact laclory

16

'
'

1:

",Jl'

"L-i"*""

rra -'t.ir'l'
dl"@Jffi,,"

-- i'1;'

'),"

MULTIPLE
t. chanee ||nhaLt rance

42

2TT
24O N 4AO

104

,ah stbiect

21

480

c341N101
103

c342N101

1lr6

BRACKETS FOR WOOD POLE MOUNTING OF ROADWAY LUMINAIRE

JI

'#)
f
I

Fig. 4

Fig. 1 Caniilever

tL:
I

Not Furnished

l-r

Not Furnished One - %' Dia. Thru Bolt


Two %" Dia. Lag Screws

Fig.2 Cantileve.

f1
NotFurnished- i 1l
Two
Thru Bolts
5/s Dia.

ir

One % Dia. Thru Bolt


fwo-% Dia. Lag Screws

fwo -

::

1I

F==-

----,:-):t

I
Fig. 5 Tapered Elliplics

I
Fig.3 Single-quy

Dia. Lag Screws

Nel
Efl. Proj.

Size

Fis.
B

1\

4a
35

0.9

2.5

s0

23
1A

oo4

70
50

c622C012

6
a

a0
60

c022G018

0r9

t0

7a
50
40

c620G003
c622G002
003

35

AL

45
6S

30
45
69

15-X

69

24

35

AT

45

18 %

6o
21

T5

23
25

12.5

29%
s3

09

117

29-

35\

145

4Ah

Galvanizod Sll Pipo Bracksts


c621G101
002
003

r-10.0

1\

25

25

c623G002
003
004

c623G016

10
12

011
023

024

16

90
90
70

2.3

23

18

90
90
70

2.4

60
50
40
35

24
30
45

35

7-h

75

151.1

8ll
15]l

110

1A-%

a't

15.5

20

30
45
69

24

a'%

2r.0

23

12

117

35-tZ

25

37.5

OT

141

40-%

2T

.15.0

a7
07

165
189

46-y2

524

30
33

58.5
06.0

a-,

23
c626G001
003
005
007

6
8
10

55
53
53

10 0

a-,1

18'116

1.6

16
12
12

o32

42
66
90
114
4a

t6

4-%

60

24
30
30

4%

10.0

6h

14 0

174

,Based on 8o MPH value For h gherwind velocily consuifaciory.


'Brackel has i at plate ior wal molntins For hole sLzes and ocal on ol ho es in plate consu t faciory

Data

sDblact Io

chanse

thaut naLce

r.
*,1

;r

,t
=l

PAGE

Recommended (Listed on Luminaire Pages)..


How to Select.
L4aximum Expected Wind Velocities (Wind Map)
Aluminum - Seamless Shafts (Roadway Lighting Poles)
..
Steel (Roadway Lighting Poles)
Steel - Round Tapered Shafts (Floodlighting Poles 60 to 140 Feet) . . .
Aluminum (Area Lighting - 10 to 20 Feet) . . .
Aluminum (Area Lighting - 20 to 50 Feet). . .
Flood lig ht Brackets
Steel - Round Tapered Shafts (Area Lighting Poles)
Steel - SquareTapered Shafts (Hinged Area Lighting poles)......
Brackets for Steel Poles
Steel - Square Tapered Shafts (Area Lighting Poles)
Square Non-Tapered Shafts (Area Lighting Poles)........
Pole Base Data. . . .

Transformer Base Data


Foundation Data, Anchor Bolts and General Modifications. . . . . . .
Laminated Wood (Area Lighting Poles)
Luminaire Mounting Adapters and Caps
Approximate Shipping Weights (Alpha-Numeric lndex) . .

PBODUCT CATALOG NUMBER

F2
F3
F3

F4 C89ZH, CB98H, C899H


F5 C99ZH, C998H. C999H
F6 C9O3H
F7 CB95H, C896H
F8 C895H

FB

F9

F1O
F1O

C6OOH

C995H, C996H
C99ZH,CsOOH
C5O0H

F11
F11
F1Z

C994H
C995H

F13

CsOOH

35-201671-xx
35-202038-xx

F13

F14
F14

C9O6H
C5O0H

F15-16

!
I

Daia sLbLect to .hanse wnh.0t

norce

RECOMMENDED POLES
L sied on Luminaire Pages

lsed poles are shown

By specrty nq ilre poe catalog numbers showf on lhe luminarre paqes you are assured
ol obranng lhe poles n the qlrckesl possib e lme General Electric wilsuppLy lhese
po es lrom lhe mosl shaleq caly located source Also you are asslred that ih poles are
structuraly des gned to s!pport lhe se ecled um .a res

(',*'t..o*.c^T

The pole calaloq numbers shown on lhe lumrnaire paqes are ge.eral n!mbers Ldentiiyrnq
the luncl on to be perlormed ralher than denniy ng the speciic detais oi lhe pole The
spec nc deiai s are dependent !pon avar abi ity and upon a determrnat on ol lhe best source
at lhe t me tlre order is olaced i a spec nc des qn is req!ired detai s oi tlre most ireq!enlly

Ihe

e s ordered from a umina re pa!e.


bechangedtoanumeralatthetimelheorderisprocessed
Fot teplacenent pales ordetlhe

on the lol ow n9 pages When a po

X .lhecataLoqn!mberwi

lo dentilythespecicdesignlhalw lbesuppled lNote:

catatos nunbet appeatns on the invalce tar the atistnatatder at supply the

orisinatt-,^rtt

(Fotl-oAa)
ACCESS TO THE W RING.

Data

Cncl

oia. (ln.l
D10

70

E246

c690H16X

10 0

40

Q790H01X

43

05x
c790N30X

c790H02X
06x
c790H31X

32X
34X

33X
35X

2TO

c790H38X
40x

c790H39X

310
360
330
355
405

17X

c690F 1aX
c690H19X
20x
21X

E8.
E8.
Ea.

E246

1r 0

l0

|0
|0

t0 s10 13
r0 sro i3

c690H23X
24X
31X

c690H62X

13

E11

110

Et
Et

110

45

150
t0 0
110

c9

BlaC357a

45
45
45
45
45

|0
|0
|0

Bi8 C2,578

55

46
43

|0

818. C5 7.8

c690t-]75x

D3

76X

D3

110
t5 0

a2x

Q2

45
46
45

95

43

925
2A

45
49
49
50

35

51
51

c690H84X
85X
86X

c5 s5
c5 s5
c5 s5

c692H01X
02x
03x
10x
11X

c692H61X
62X

.1

S7
S7

9.25

120
t3 5
135

a
S7

S7

49
49
50

925

51
51
51

l
Choose anchor bo ts and lemp ates lor a I po es from ihis chan

ANCHORAGF _ CATAI OG NIIMRFF CROSS RFFFRFNCF


ANCHOR BOLTS

3.1

x 2a

.1x20

7 {3)
01

03
06

1%x60

AT

320

I
I

Dia. (ln.)

35-202034

l5

115

06
30

01

925

33
a2
03
04

95

10 0
t0 5

124

AT

13
13
14
15
16
16

0
5

0
0
25
5

24
2a

3l
17

34
26

8.0

E246
E246
E246

10
10
10
10

t0

10 5
10 5

i0

s10-13

s10

13

0
0
0
5

3
3
3
4

445

c9
c9
c9

110
1t 0
110

5
5
6

425

cs

10 0

100

3
3
3

100

300

324

|5

818. C2 5.7.8 35
255 B1a, C2,5,7,a, 55
230

B1A

c791H24X

195

26X
28X

225

215

C2578

D3
D3
D3

l
l
l

110
110
110

D3
D3
D3
D3

25

3.5

t1

1n

65

17

alx

387
498
1448
286
300

2.5

20

c791H82X

3S3

D3
D3

25

26

c792H01X
02x
03x
09x

96

D5
D5
D5

0.0
0.0
0.0

52

75X
76X

cT91N77X
7ax
a0x

10x

254
254

11X

454

24X
25X
26X
61X
62X
63X

374
672
743
-o6

141

254

.t
.,1
1

D5
D5
D5
D5
D5
S7
S7
S7
S7
S7

15

i5

25
25

1T
1)\

40
65

00
00
00

t5
t5

'l

95
95
95

819. C4.10. 55
819, C4,10, 55
819 C4.10. 55
819 C4.10. 55

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thi,

110
1t 0

E11

35-202038

(41

71X

.1

291
291
291
565

65X

Bolt

(31

6ax
70x

E8
E8

El1

254

TEMPLATES
Boh

61X
63X
67X
69X

62X
66X

79X

63X
65X

245

30x

923

c790H59X

60x

c791H73X

|0
|0

D5
D5
D5
D5
D5
D5

c790t-158x

43
43

110

lt

45X

T2X

D3

c690H73X

|0

42X

Q790t"]76X
c791t-]23X
25X
27X

10 0
10 0

4tx

46X

45

819. C4 10. 55
819. C4 10, 55
819 C.l 10. 55

63X
64X

010

60

1t 0

c9
c9

30x

c690Ft34X
35X
36X
37X

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See the uminaire pages ior recommended app icat ons lor the type of pole and lor any
brackeis or adaoters needed for nrounti.q ihe !m na res. Add l ona iniormatonabouieach
pole rs g ive. below Flowever as rnd icated above, tlr e s pecilic co nlig u ration may va.y NOTE
ALL POLES LlSTED BELOW INCLUDE AN ACCESS HOLE AT OR NEAR TI]E BASE FOB

Est,

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53
53
54
55
56
56
57
58
a2

53
53

54
55

--=HOWTO SELECT
Poles

(6i-NEiIO
A

";:

qhling pole musi support the weighi oi the equ pment which witt be mounted on

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s rl'e serghr aro e'!e trve p otp, lao drer od.a sto,n r- the po e -ao!atons underthe headinqs ' Fecommended TotalLoad ng or Recommended S ze 01
Each Llminare Where Recommended Total Load ng is qiven, the marimom iota
llective projecled area and tota weiq hi oi al uminaires,bracketsandotherequipmenl
io be supporled musl be determ n ed. Th e centro d of th e etieciive projecied areas shou d
boio hiaher lhan 1a inches above the too oi the luminaire mo!ni no ie.ons

prot

(li

'o

-= *,".-"""""
ooss

.""

not exceed th s cond iion

(r3otach zonos):
ro^s

lorany speciic locaton reier tothe wnd map beiow. Thevelociiy values recorded on
lhs map are isotach values not gust valles Maximum gusl velocities tor *hlch tho
polsare deslgnsd ar considohbly grdtor than thos6lsotsch v.tu6s- The desLgn gList
veociiies include a gust factor oi 1 3 and appropr ate heightiactors.
ll ls lmporlanl to r.coOniz6 thar thors sro sono locations wh6r6 unusuat tocat wtnd
conditions exisl. These may necess late the use ol a g.eater soiach va u e than s shown

Recorilmended Po

cannot be used)

Determ ne lrom ihe w nd map be ow the lsotach value ior the qeographic locat on
n which ihe poles w lLbe used

3
4

Turn to the appropriaie po e page

Locate on lhe po e page:


a. The correci cataloq number col!mn and lhe correct portion
iormat on iable forihe iype of po requned

\arues p-D,,sheo on rhp ro'ro$ nq oroes dre b.sed

"o -odereain. lhprd'auaa,ppcteocono


""" condnio_s
bl. wi-d

Determine lrom the dala on lhe l!mina re pagesl


a Lum naire we ght
b Whal adapiers, il a.y. are nesded
c whal style of po e lop [e g mountina tenon s z) s reqlired

(NOTE: For some lum naires more than one EPA vaue s given. When these
um nairesare mounled in Oroups the max mum combination ollrontands deview
EPA values should be delerm ned. For exanple, the estimated toial EPA oi lo!r
P-1000Cs aimed al90 deqrees would be 2 x 4.1 + 2 x 1.4 = 114 square leet
It can be assumed thal the eflect of w nd diagonally or any oiher direction w ll

simplity ihe process oi selecting the corecl po e lor speciiic cenera Eleckic
urirna res. the suggested mounring heights and RECOMMENDED POLE catato! n!m,
b. drp q v-n na1y un nai e. o- the I rn aa|e pdgas
To

(0dffiiffidfdqf'6)

ecled area ol 2.62 squareieet Because t srelatve ysiream ined, tsdraqcoetiic ent
max mlm elfect ve projected area sl.5squareteet

is057 Therefore ls

It a brackel m!st be ordered separately, slch as 1or mLltiple llood iqhis, selecl the
correcl bracket Add the we qhi and EPA value ior the brackel to the values Jor the
lum na reG) and use these ioials as the load no tor wh ch the pole musl be selected.

oi ihe Ordering

b The deslred mountins heishi {l rstcolunn oi the Order ns lnrormaiion tab


c. Thedesiredarm ensth and nrmberolarms(roadway poreson

(EPA):
The iorce

hctd area
0lihe wind
lhe
lhe

ol w nd acting on an oblect s determ ned by mu tiptying the actla pro


ol the object limes its coeflicienl of drao rimes the veoctv oressure

lhe aclual prorected area t mes ihe draq coeliicient can be thought oi as
Elleciive Prolected Area and I is th s valoe ihat is Dublished ior each tumrna re in
preceding pages. For example, the s de view oi lhe Mr000 luminarre has ar acilal

ln-

e)

secondandlhird

d.The recommended weighl and EPA vaiuesior the corecl solach val!e
For the mosl econornical system select the pole nearest the top of the tabulal on
whose recommended loading values are at leasl as great as the oad to be appled
(NOTE lisomecases, reco mmended weig ht va ues can be hiqher t lhe totalapplied
EPA oad ng is ess ihan lhe recomrilended va ue).

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.ubect ta chanse withaut notice

ALUMINUM

l:

SEAMLESS SHAFTS

RoadwaY Liqht nq Poles

i
l

sh.tl Tub - Found. Tapered

Seamless a loy 6063 T6 Saiin qround

Bsso Flange - Al oy 356 T6 Dela ls on paqe F12.


Handhole - Fe nforced lS abovebase nlernai grou ndinq hole

ope.in! (3

x5 n6

4 t6'

ODshaiisJ

Al oy 6063 To Saiin etched linish 2-% OD (2 pipel luminaire


arm s at I ao'i lh ree arm poles at 1 20oi
iour arm poles at 90'
. S ng e member Tapered oval zed tube 4 bo t altachment.
Arms
mou

nting Two-arm poles have

Truss

Tapered ova :ed uppr member Pipe ower me.nber 6

. Davit 4.5 OD tLrbe Flushshalijoiniwthonebol


Anchor Bolls - Exposed portions salvanized
Othor Pans - Anchor bolt covers, h and hole cove6 shalt cap hardware
and anchor boli crcle lemoLate nc !ded

rt

(See pages F15-16 for weights.)


Bottom OD x Top OO r
Lenqlh'x Wall Thick.

Member Arm Poles


20
20
25
25
30
30
30
30
35
35
35

5
.5
5
5
.2
5
5
2

.5

6
8

5i

6
a

6r

5i

6
5i

.5

5
5
5

5
2
5

6r

6
8

6I

.5
,5

5i

15

c899H234

1.5

15
15
a7
15
15
a7
15
15
a7

135
136
'137

6x4.5x1a-0x.1Aa

6x4.5x14-0x laa

6x45x23-0x i88
6x4.5x23-0x

188
188
188
184

6x45t230x

7x4.5x28-0x
376

7x45!2&0x

1.5

378
147
148
149

7 x 4.5 x 28-0 x.188


7x45x280x 188
8x45x33-0x 188
8x45r330x 184
8x4.5x33'Ox 188

a7

240
379

.2

Ax45x38-0x.]aa
Ax45x3a-0x l8a

271
2A

2a
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
35
35
35

6
6
8
6
a
a
6

,5

12

1.5

a7

381

71

15

4.7

o24

T1

6
6

25
30
35

30
30
30
30
25
35
35
40

T1
T1

T5
T5

68
53
75
15
75
75
53
75

t5
t0
12
15

2
2

07c
5C
.5C

5t

68
62
60

12

a7

12

5C

2..
50
5o

10

025
145
150
382
383
272
384

t5

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

o22

).7
12

10
12
10
12
12
15

a7

15

25
30
35

25

t5

40

4.7

12

53
75

71

4A

237
380
021

53
15

75

53
75

25
25
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
40

c899H236

1.2
1.2
1.5

15
a7

,5
5

15

T5
71

6
a

40

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

15

15
15
15
15
t.5

07i

c899H2r7
182

15
15
1.5
15

8x4.5x28'0x

188

Ax45x2a-0x
8x4.5x33-0x

219
219

4x4.5x28-0x.148
ax4.5x3O-0x.219

10x6x3a0x.1aa
10x6x38-0x 188

8x4.5x28-0x.188

7x45i230x

146
153
3a6

8x45!330x

148
148
250

0.7a,

.51
.50

4.74
0.7r,

15

c898H175

r.5
12

176

0i4
015
130

15
15
A7
15
12

132
180
136
137
138
139

15
15

142
142
143

1.5

15

8x45x2a-0x

ax45x222r l8a
8 t4 5x22-2 \ 188
8x45x272x 184
x 184
ax6x27-2x laa

a x4.5 x 27-2

8x6t272x 188
Ax6r322x laa

8x4.5x32-2r

184

ax6x32-2x.1Aa

8x6x32-2x

8xOx32 2x

219
250

ax6x37-2x.250

8x45x37-2r
ax6x37-2x

250
250

179

Ax4 5\22'2N 219


Ax4 5 \ 22-2 x 219
ax45 x 27-2x 250

T5

134

4x4.5\27"2 x 25AI

T5

135

T5
75
T5
T5
T5
T5

181

75
75

c898H177
178

7a

46
46

7x45x23-0x.1a8

c899H140

.2,'

45
45
45
45
45

8 x 4.5 x 33-0 x.250

250

330

45
45
45
45
45
45
43
43
43

7x45x230t 1AA
7 r45 x28 0r laa

4x4.5x33-0x

1.2C

i5

12
15
1a

6x45x1a-0x 148
6x45x 180r l8a
6x45x23-0x 188
7x45x23-0x laa

43
43
43
43
43

45
45

45
45
46
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45

10x6t37 2x

250

45
45
45
45
4a
45
46
45
46
46
46

c897H005

7r45!198x

000
008
009

ax45x24ax

184
184
148

45

Ax4.5x27-2

75

140
141

183
145
267

250

8x45t272\25ai
10x6x32-2x
8x4.5x32'2x
10x6x32'2x

1Aa

2501
250

10x6x37-2x.250

Arm
25

il

30

75
T5

75

l5

15
15
15
15

15
15

l5

EPA = elleciive prolected area

See

i5

How to Select Poles '

0Thisside EPA End EPAmust nolexceed

15
15
15

02sq lt

'ForTranslormer Base Poles, contacl laclory.


lThese poles have a three loot nler.al reinforc

Electrical Outlet Box (See page F13)

ng s eeve ai

STEEL

t'

(Fffi
- Round Tapered 48 OOO ps min nrum yjetd slrenqlh
over 40 may be 2-prece w th overtapping joint (upper porrjon
ll qauge: lower podion gauge as llstedl.
Shrtl Tube

lour

Shalis

po

tuss Fl8ng6
Handhol

Deta ls on page F12.


Re nlorced 4 x 6 % open

nS 18' above base

Davir Arm - contjnuation ot shalt t!be. 2-% OD(2 ptpelx6 ong


lumina re moufling tenon.
Ancho. Bots - Exposed portions gaivan zed
Othsr Parts - Aoll covers ior anchor botls handhote cover, shafr cap.
hardware a.d anchor bo i c rc e template inc uded

tnternat

Ams 2-% OO ilbe (2 pipel A ached


qravity adapters and one bo t n s ng e hember arms

lingl M6mb6r and Truss


10

shaft w

lh

m(Seepases

bo ts in lruss arms Two-arm poles have arrns at 18oo: lhree-amt


120oi iourarm po es at 9Oo (90. adlacent arms stagqered

es ar

F1

5-16 lor weights.)


Shatl Dimensions

Sizo
Hst-

0)

(rbs.)

EonoD OD r Top OO

EPAtr
{so, tt.l

Lensh r Thicknoss
(in. x in. xit. -in. x caso)

D6ta

isee paqe F12)

'I

20

20

25

75

T5

T5
75

60

|0

110
110
110
110
110

75
75
60
T5
6o
75
60

75

6
a

3o
35

1
1

6
8

35

1
1

6
a
20
6
25

6
25
30
30
30
35
35

6
a

2
2
2
2
2

40

6
a

2
2
2
2
2
2

30

6
6

3
3

35

6
8

5C

596
494
529

110

c999H306

c999H309

100
100

307
308
437

c998H291
292
293
294

c998H301
302

25

10

25

12
10
12

75
62
63

10
12
15
12
15

40
45
45

3o
30
30

T5

12

2
2
2
2
2

T5

15
12

l5
12
15
15

?
2
2
2
2

75
75
T5
T5

6.5x42\17-Or11
6.5t42x17-0x11
1ax4Ax22-a\11

2
2
3
3

301

7.5x38x27-0xll
75i38x27-0x11
75x34r270x11

434

443

246

302

247
288
289
435

303
304
305

80x36x32-0x11

80x36x320r1i
90i39x37-Orl1

436

445

9.0x39r370x11

70x40x22,0x11
75x38x27-0x11

80x36x32-Oxll

90x3.9 x37 0x i1

a
3

310

70r40x22-0x11
7.5 x3ax27-0x 11

311

8.0 x 3.6 x 32-0 x l1

446

303
304
158
305
306
160
241

65x37x20{x11

65x37x20{xl1

2
2

7.0x35x250x11
70x35x25-0x11

3
3

a.Ox3ax300x11
40x38x30-0x11

5
5

85x43x30-Oxll

85x3.8x33-6x11
90r 43 x33 x 11

5
5

90
90
90
90

270

95x41x38-6x11

244

l0.0x46x386xll

10

272
273

245

13

c998H297

c998H30?

90
90

105x44x436xi0
65x37x20{x11

294
299

30a
309
173

65x37x20-0x11
70x35x25-0x11

5
5
5

90
90
90
90

145
300
146
147
274

'174

40x45x250!11

10

32{ x 11
90r39x37-0x11

90
90

75
75

299
300

271

90
5

90
90
90
90

T5
75

75
75

242
293

310
175
176

246

11

2
2
3

75x40t25-0x11

40x38x300x11

85x43x30{xl1

90x48x30-Oxll
95x48x33x11

t0

100x53x336x11

2AA

l05x5.lx3ax10

tl

276

90

271

274

289
290

105x51x346t10

9o

13
13
't2

oo2

:...{.,r..-^,

287

3
3

5
5

60
2
2

c999H298
442

128
295
296
130
269

100

60

12

100
100

8.0 x 3.6 x

9.0x39x37{x1l

244
245

I10

64

10
12

Davit

|0
6

l5

i5

l5

i 10
110

12
15
10

|0

5a

75
60
6o
60

75x38x27-0xi1
8.0x36r320x11

547
582
662

5,)

50

t5

75x3.8x270x11

295
296
297
440

c999H595

5a

60
60

7.5x38x27-0x11

294

c999H528

T5
T5

30
30
30
35
35
35

439

110
110
110
110

5C

5t

4A

ffi

75
T5
75
75

278
279

c999H2a2

,5
.5

7A\44x22-A\11
7.Or4,Xx22-Ax11

110
110
110
110
110
110
110
110
110
110
110
110

T5

7.Ox4ax22-0x11

432

5
5
5

75
60

29i

277
430

433
283

65x42x17-Oxll

438

110
5

60

c999H290

I10

,5

75
60
75
75
60

c999H274
429
275
276

2ao
241
431

75
T5

30
35

.5

6
6
6
6

25

110
110
110
110

6
8

25
30
3o

25

ol Each Lumi.air

100x3.9x436x7

Arm (See Fio.3)

lo !

.,

7-

.1o

"""rnoosffi
oo9

to Setect potes, pase F3.


rlhis isside EPA End EPA musr nol exceed O 2 sq fr

I EPA-eflective projected area See Fow

(fiQFlfiffiFiF@

(lI@friF)

(See page
- Erectricar
paae F13
Electrical outlet
Outlet Box (see
I

Transformer Bases (see page FT2).

Data sudecr ta chante erhaut natce

STEEL

Floodliqhrinq Poles

ROUND TAPERED SHAFTS


60 To 140 Feel

poLEs

wrH srEps

& pLATFoRMs FoR

PowF'sPori,

Poleshsfts-Thecrosssechonsha I beroundorl6sidedwth m nlrnum


yield slrength of 55,ooo ps Each po e ls a conslant iapered ho low
sleel seclion and shall be up io 55 feet ln lenqth wilh a minrmum
tinres d ameler sLlp jolnt
Finish

HLx AND P_1boc PolvEF FLoo D1

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;'"::

:;

Platiorrns shal be made ol i!bular membe.slo eilecuvev


Platlorm
reduce the wind drag The entire platiorm shal be capable of inlena
wir ng trom the po e shalttothe lum na re nrouni ng supporls Thelloor
shallbe 3* exoanded meta qrating The lloor shall cons sloladoorlhat

Prime pa nied nside and outside

Bas6 Pt.ts - An nlegraly welded base pate !s.g sieel desiqned


lo meei orexceed lhe slrenqih oi lhe adiacent po e shail secllon
Handhol Fe nforced 5 xa openng Near base Cover included
nterrra ground ng rui

Luminairo Mounlinq - Two holes at each I xture ocallonwhchwl


accept !minaire adapler C254G105

Stops-% x6% lonqstepboLtwnhhexnutandsquarenul. Beqnl2

OOUBLE
STEPS

'c
SECT ON

(See pages F15-16lor weights.)


NOTE: Satoty cabls and satety cllmbinq 6qulpmenl nol includd. Gslvanlzod tlnlsh availablo Cont3cl lsctorv

x Longth

50

1b

12.50

60

101

16 82

1875

9.3

1%r60

60

102

16 a2

.1875

93

1k^60

a0

103

16 82

.1475

80

12

104

16 A2

.1875

16

105

17.34

SECTION
80

80

106

100
100

107

16

24

114

140

16

118

140

24

POLE TOP DETAIL

1Vx3a

24 25

LT

2Ua1OA

2%\

6
88
BASE PLATE DETAIL

3125

EOLT BASE PLAN

6 AOLT BASE PLAN

11/! x 11/\' x 3/;


FI OOR MOUNT NG ANGLES

} AOUND

'

ENO CAP
2" STD, SCHED 40
LUMINA RE P PE SUPPOFTS

5%"OD rr0GA
TIJBlNG

--

*
5' HANOtsOLE
ON MA N TUBE

3" x

!
l
Dala

sudel

la chadJa ||ithour nora6

lRe0islaedTrddmd<otceredl

El6t

ComFny

See "How to Selecl Poles," page F3


Desrgn momenls are the rnaxim!m overturn moments expecied

to be appled to the ioundauon bv the pole Appropriale saletv


iaciors musl be used by lhe ioundation desiqner

347 972
347,912

REMOVABLE COVEF

3r,,
^11 ^5 LONG
MlN.A ^3
RE MOUNTING
ANGLES

33.00

708,478

30.75

790508
849,929

122

2%x 142

DA +r/s'MAX

FLOOR GFAT NG
r WFL NFD TO FLOOR MOUNT NG ANGLES
A\O LIJMINAIPE OIPC S-ODOF-5 ALL

18,238

306220

2T 50

LUMINA RE CAGE
2Y," STD P PE TENON

CAGE DETAILS
3' EXPANDEO METAL

218,238

22 75

25.50

3125
26.18

21A2gS

2275

1L^iA

.3125

24.45

22.75

1%x38

.3125

126,963

214n8

55

99

25

117

?o 00

83
6

Oslsn

fln

i%x3a

71

113

1%x3a

72

.25

16

100

124

19 55

6.5

18 46

24

^64

25

Boll
Circl6
'B

{ln.l
c903H100

60

'B'

ANCHOR BOLTS

OD

OD

Catalog

Zono

H6iqht

!o

ANCHOAAGE DATA

SHAFT OIMENSIONS
BOTTOM

NECOMMENDED
TOTAL LOAD

32.00

879,092

GEFIFF$

pores wirh

3 oo rops

ror sinqre llminanes

Tapered Poles wilh Anchor or Translormer Base


Shatl Tubs
Round
OD top x
tonq Aloy

Anchor Base
rnc

Anchor

6063-T6 Sann

Flangs Aloy356T6 (wrnsaccesshoel Basecover


o. page F 12.

- Aloy 356-T6 7% r7l1 dooropennq

Erposed po.t ons qalvanized

6 long Shaft lenqth s two


diameler qrommeted wire ntei
lrod botton end Satn grolnd ir.sh Bottom 2 coaied wilh

ieel grealerthan mo!nrinq heght

uded Olher dela ls

Tdnslo.mor Baso

Bolls

Taperd Polos with Emb6dd6d Base


Ro!.d tube A oy 6063 T6 3 OD top x

hoe

Door

1]l

cover nc uded Other detarls on oaoe Ft2

(See paqes F15-16lor weiqhts.)


neconmendd Si2e ol Luminane

ao
1C

50

12

s0

90

100

24

t6

OD

c896H027

c896H036

ca96H042

o37

171
043

16

50
95

16

I10

40

028
119
102
029
121
103
030
033

t8

60

2A

031

18
2a

I16

33

034
032

64
2A
52
79

95
50
95

12

I
16

t0

50
14

39
62
oa
32

1r
41
65

0.5

25

51

25

50

09
32
49

t5

19

't20
038
110

1t2

122
105
039

173
174
045

111

175

040
112

176
046
177

041

27

2A

(F.FFG8:)

pores wirh

50
50
40
50
50

42
42

40

42
42
42
42
42
42
12

42
41

laa
125

40

125

taa

50
5o

125
188
125

50
50

M1

40

41

42

42
42

oD Tenons ror Muripre Lum naires

ShallTube 8ou.d Tapered Seahless


&s Flange

125
125
125
125
125

Atloy 6063 T6 Sati. srolnd

A loy 356-T6 Detarlso.oaqeFt2


la above base 3 x 5 openr.A

Handhole Reinio.ced
poes.4 x6 n7 poe

.6

base

Arns and Luminat Tenons - {Lnc lded i. po e cata oq numberl


OD lube Aloy 6063 T6 Sat . elched f n sh Attached io shafl tube

w th I ltings thal perm t rotal o. lo desired at qnment Arm te.qth {po e


L to lenon L) = 26 N4ountins heahl oi cenier lenon of 3 a.d 5
!m na re poles s I 6 greater than rabu aied herqhl
Anchor Aolls Exposed port ons qa vanrzed
Olhe.Pa.ls - Anchor boltcovers handho ecover hardwareaf danchor
boll circle temolate nc uded

EJ#..

(See pages Fl5-16 for weights.)

tF+r

Shatl
Hst.

OD
(in.)

12

2a

12

2b

12

2.

12

2d

t4

16
16

2b
2c
2d
2a
2b

2
3

16

EEPA - elfecl ve proiecled area

2a
20

95
95
30
30
95
83
30
30
95
a0
30

90

c895H076
081
086

11

tl

091

20

071
042
087
092
078
083
088
0s3

20
11
11

20
11

60
60
60
60
60
60

60
60
60
60
60

FiA.2

OD

tin.l

(ft.-in.)

(in.)

11.6

raa

35
35

116
116

188

35
35

r16

1Aa

13 6

1AA

3a

35
35
35
35

r88

t8a
t8a

t3-6
136

i88

15-6

184

156

18A

15 6

taa

43
43
43
13
43
43
43
43
43
43

See HowtoSeectpoes paqeF3

(See pase F131.

,Pendanr Mounling (Mulliple tenon po es on

y)

For pendarl mounled power sohere" uminarres

"

dr.e

Dara s,b/e.r ro.rr.9. wrh.ur


srred Tradema * or Genera El{r6C.mp.

R.!

ALUMINUM
qlrt
Area L

nq Po

es

20 to 45 Feet

(.
FI

RTE) -

potes with seamtss Atuhinun shatts

Luminaire Mountins Options

Shalt Tube - Round Tapered Seamless Al ov 6063 T6 Sal n qrou.d


I nrsh 45 poles have two piece shalts w th 1 ush lo nl (ne d df ed a.d

T6 DetarsonpageFl2
Handhole Re .lorced 18 above base nter.a qround
openrnq {3 r 5 r. 6 OD shaltsl
Base Flange

AlLoy 356

Fecomoended rolal Load


PA (sq.ll.) tl
Height

qn

ttr.)

79

2A
2A

1oo

63
92

56
86

25

MPHI

67

C895H187
C8S5H188

ca95H189
c895H190

35
35
35
35
35
39
39
39
45

103

22(]
25a

112
13 0

101

425

164

123

.190

t9 4
224
240

64
93

roo

129

560
680
160
140
205

7
6

C895H191
C895H192

caq5H1s3
c895H194

1t

3
5

12

62
16

170

t3o

215

166

36
45

59

9l

63

87

r38

345
390
170
250
285
325
265
300

92

161
T1

122

93

66

112
132

81

51

9T

9l

63

70
37
48

c895H199
c89sH200
c895H201

54

(See page

169
170
171
172
173

174
175
176
174
179
140
181

232
233

Boltom oo x Top OD

{Iil

&

lin r ln r it. in. r


60x40x 198x
70x40x 198x

PO

in.l

43
43

130

60x40r248x 133
70x40r 24-8x 188

131

80x40x24-Ax

132

164
165
166
167
168

sh

188
188

c895H126
1)7
129

c895H195
c895H196
c895H197
c895H198

7A

245

OO

cass*ror

'(g

f*

Tenon Plate Top


Top
iBrackel Mlg.)
Isee Fio 1l
lsee Fio.2l

c895H184
ca95H1a5

34
53
8

i:i

2Yr OD
renon rop
lSee Fia.1)

MPHI
s1

112
16 6

4r6

calalog Nufbers

122
25
30
30
30
30
30

- 21t OD(2 ppel x4 o.Alenonl4

(See pages F'15-16 lor weights.)

MA

NG

ng ho

long leno. or p ate top ior mu t p e le.on brackets


anchor Bolrs - Exoosed Dorl ons qalvanized
other Parls - Bo i covers lor anchor bolts ha.dhole cover hardware
and anchor bo I c rc e lemp ale .. uded
OO x

80x40x244x
80x40x24-8r

134
135

136
137
138
139
140
141

142
143

144
145
146
147
149
150

/0r40x298i
80x40x298x
I0 x4 0x 29-8 x
80x40r29-8x

45
45

188

4a

l00x60x 298! laa


10o:6ox 29ar 219
r00N60x298x
100x60x2Sar

80x40r348x

45
46

250
312

46

laa

45

80x40x34-8x 219
80x40x34-ax 250
100r60r34-8x 188
100x60r34-8x 219
100 x60 x 34

188
219
250
188
219
250

Ai

t}"

I
L

L
-

sl

St
45

g;

B'
H

151

250
80x40x38-9x 250
l00x60N3A-9x 188
100 x 60r 38-9 x ?19

46
45
46
46

152
240

100r60x3a-9r
1oox60x448x

46

9r

2sO

219

13)

Transformer Bases (See page F12).

2-% in O.D. Tenons)


FLOODLIGHT BRA KETSpoles(Multiple
only.
Aluminum

tt....:_q

(See paqe F15 lor weights.)

Fiq.3
Gq.lt.)
c600H311

3b

33
33

5
8

312
313

1l

314

t0

3,1

' EPA = Elfective prole.ted area See Fow to Se ecl Po

A
F4 lers rdoemaft

or

GeieG

paqe F3

'a

t-

es

{t

c.mp.ry

-r

STEEL
ffi
lhrfi

Tube

ROUND TAPERED SHAFTS

10-20 Foor poros wirh 3 in. o.D.-rops

Round Tapered, 48 000 psi minirnum y e d slrengih

ate I dia. w r ng access hole w lh plug Ex


posed port ons oi anchor bolls are galvan zed
Embeddod Ease Poles - A I d ameter wne n et hole is ocated I 6'
from ower end oi shaft
anchor bo t c rcl lemp

;"," poros seF odeF r'l loi derd, , or od\a r.dnqe d-o
l't,,;-;
V
r.r.oo't.ru'os_r-oe rn.rloe..-cloroorr\4rh ur\d od.sre,s

(See paqes F15-16 for weishts.)


F6commendad Tot.l I 6,a

70 MPut-T-80

ANCHOR
10
12

7#
16
18

Borlom OD r Top OD r
Lenqth r Thicknss
ain-r in. rlt.'in. rdad6)

EPA tsq. tl.)

H6ithl

125
125
125
125
125

t0

12

14

t6
t8

(ffis

rrtPHiT.ro rrPH'

No.

il

127
117
111
108
10.8
ltt

96
8T
A2
79
79
81

13.3
124
11.6
109
103

i00
93
8 7
81
76

7.4

67

c996H035
o20

c996H016

o21

oo2

022
023
032

003
004
013

63
60
59
60

4.40x30x10-0x
468x30x12-0x
496x3.0x14-0x
524x3.0x16-0x
5.52x3 0x l8 0x

001

/l

7.2
6.6

468x30x12-0xll
496x30x14-0xll
524x30x160x1i

6.1

552 x30 x

5T

540x30t20-0x11

77

2o-oo Foor pores with 2-%

o.0.&4

18

0!

11

o.D. renons (soe Fis. cl.

Shalt lub6 - Round Tapered 48 000 ps mLn munr y e d strngih


Shathover 40 may be z-piece w th over appinq joLnt (upper po.t on 1l
!auqe except as noted; ower poirion qauqe as siedl
8ase Flanqo Details on page Ft2
Nandholo - Feiniorced 4 x 6-% opning 18 above base rnternal

ppe)x4 ons
OD x6 ong
Anchor Bolts - Exposed po.tions ga vanized.
Olher Parls
Eolt covers for anchor bo ls handho e cover hardware
a.d anchorboic rc e lemp ate ncl!ded
.2-% OD(2

.4

(See pages F15-16 tor

weights.)

For ruminaire nounrins brackers and pote rop


brackets, see paqe F10.

Boltom OD r Top OD

Hoiqht

65x37x20-0x11

2A

70x35x25-0x11

178 I

30
30
30

21

C995H341 a0N3ax30-0xr1
340 45x43x30-0xr1

159

rag

977 90x44x30-0xir
981 95x53:200r11
343 a0r3ar30Or7

30
35

85x36x35-0x11

35
35

90x41x350x11
95x46x350r11
100r51x35-0xtl

35

39

90x35x390x11
95x40x390r11
100x45x390r11

39

90x3.5x39-0x7

39
39

39
45

100x39x450x11

45
45

100x39x45-0x7

100x32r50-0xll

50
50
50
50

946

947

100x32x50-0x7
110x42x50-0x7
120x3.4x60-0x7

60
6o

tl EPA = Efleclive prolecled area See How to Select Potes paqe F3


I Upperseciion 7 gauge Se ShaiiTlbe descripl on

(Also

see

Electrical Outlet Box and Decashield" Lum naire Mounting-page F13.)

l8 side Mounlod Bckers (see Fiq d)


'Order'Simlarto(poecat .olerceotwtlr{modrlicaiion nol

.Ard!(e'5i .Ie.,l
,

o-, on ap-o;d

I odo

Wo. l0b FoA 0.sqtl


re;cr wgl orto. roa-41cq.l

Fiq, d
' Re,t sre,ed iradenalk

Transformer Bases (See page F121.

or

eiera

er

ComF ny

STEEL

SQUARE TAPERED SHAFTS (HINGED)

li

shatr Tube
20 rhnr

Square Tapered 4a.000 ps afler iabrcalon

(i1

Anchor Bolls

GA

30it 7GA 35839fti

r6ri

(lor 30

35&39il1

ING

lh nuts and washers exposed

pon ons

Hinge - Starnless Stee tube and p. (m n y eld 30000 psl Flex be


w nnq qu de passrng throuqh hinqe area for winnq prolecl on
Top Tenon Options2-1; OD (2 p pelx 4 onq
4 OO[3r: ppe]N6 ong
Finish Pr me Painted i.side and oul

Shroud - 7 GA (al lengthsl 45 000 m n yie d sire.qlh


Base Plare - iabrcaled from a sirlctlra qlally hol ro ed carbon
sleelp ate 36.000 Ps m n Yreld

Handhore renforced 3 x5llot2Ae25ll)4

4 bolls

(See pases F15-16 for weights.)

MA

rl:
:

Order portable lowering mechanisms separately. See Description below


EPA {so. tl.l
80 MPHI

2aa
200
200
300

2A

30
35

I
Fig.

EPA

= Eifectrve

prorected area

154

112

14I

10 6

126
244
212

a6

see

4()0

Bottom OO x Top OD

5l;r3x20x11
6x3:;x25N1l

18
19
2A

7%r3lx35x7

27

c997H700

c997H701

T6

702

59

704

102
142

706

703
705
707
70s

Poles

How to Se ecl

2-% OO

page F3

POBTABLE LOWEBING IVECHANISMS FOR HINGED POLES


Lowenng Cha n -cat C500Ha1 5 {o.de r se parately) Lenqlh 35il
Use on y where weight on po e Ls ess than 80 bs

Fi9.2

Lowerinc wi.ch a.d cable fqlre 2. cat C500H816 (order separately 20 lhr! 30 ii
polesli cat C500H817 (order separatey 1or 35 and 39 it poles) use one wnch

BRACKETS

Steel Brackets for Floodlighl Luminaires


'2-% OD (2 p pe) lumina re mounting
{See paqe Fl5 for weiqhts.)

oi

Painred

ll

,b008457462

-_,/

- ,,n,

lro

"'

'00

;;

"

,;

iil

Galvanized

458

;;;

I+r
b

36
30

21

l0

32

16

3,1

13

lrl

Shr

463

;;;
34

Ba!

_rt.

c
a

ro-

|
-.t
IB

See

'

How to Selecl Poles. paqe F3

Steel Brackels for Roadway Luminaires


. Fits 2 % OD pole top tenons
.2-% OD (2 pLpe) lurlrinaire mounting

-l=Fis.4

;*]

EPA =. Ef'ecl ve projecled area

Fig.5

PC

(See page Fl5 for weights.)


Becommended Size
Ol Ea.h Luminaire

ot

lr.1ii6
4a
140'
3atl20o I 4h
4argo'
4i

6
4

21
24
24

L- EPA

120"
=

2
Sr.

75

2o

75

2A

25
23
25

c500H431
432

EfJecl ve projected area

5
5

See

How to Se ect

0
60
60
rr. ]
Poles

c500H436

29
54

433

437
438
439

c500H766

c500H770

767
768

771

12
1a

772
713

26
32

151
3 at

2 at

-B

page F3

rse

5T

t5
2A
18
6

10
10

!' v

El

STEEL

Shrn Tub6
Square.
0ne-piece conslruct on

Tapered 48,000 psi minimum yield strenqih

SQUARE TAPERED SHAFTS

Top Tenon Oplions

'2-% OO(2 ppe)x4

ons
long
Anchor Bolls - Exposed portions galvan zed
Olhsl P3.ts - Handho e cover. hardware and anchor bo t circle iern,
p ate included. (Base and anchor bo t covers are notava ab e.

.4

Flsns - Details on page F12


Hrndhol - Reinforced lS above base.3 x 5 open ngs n 6 or
sma er shatts. 4 x 6-% openinq in arger shafts. lnternal sroundins
Ba36

OD

x6

(See pages F15-16 for weights.)


Feommsnd6d Tolal Load
ills.

Data

EPA lso. Fl.l

Hst.

2A

350

2A

s50

11.6
15 5

tr

116

84

15 5

11.0

c994H001 c994H023 c994H046 c994H069


002
024
070
003

25
25
25

350
550
550

11.6

30
30

350
350
550

10.2
11.5
17 0

300
350
350
350

9.0

12.A

550

176

10 6

12.0

7.6
4.6

97

15.1

86
9T

025

o71

c994H004 c994H027 c994H050 c994H073


005
028
051
o74
006
029
052
075
030
o53
c994H008 c994H031 c994H054 c994H077
009
032
055
078

5.9
6.6
10.7

010

033

056
o57

011
35
35
35
35

150
350
550
550

39
39
39
39
E EPA

45
50
59
65

c994H012

c994H035 c994H058 c994H0Er

10.2

T9

114

9.0
10.0
14.4

142

016

ol7

6.1

129
36

14.7
15.3
19.0

'11.7

81

14.6

10 2

241

147

013

036
037
038
039
040

014
015

7.5

079

059
060

082
083
084
085

061

062

c994H018 c994H041 c994H064 c994H087


019
042
065
088
020
021

043

066
067

044

089
090

o22

= Eilective prolected area See Howlo

Se ect

Poles

(ln. Sq. x ln. Sq. x

llsm No.

5x25x3.00x?0-0x11

18

6 00 x 3.75 x 20-0 x 11

19

67sra5.)r2o-oY11
6.00x325x25-0x11

638x363x25-0x11
6.75x400x25-0x11
634r363Y25-ot7
6 38 x 3.00 r 30'0 x 11

21

19
2A
21

26
2a

675x3.38x30-0xr1

21

638x3.00x30-0x7

26
27

6 75 x 2.88 x 35-0 x 11

21

713x325x35-0x11

22
23
24
27

7.50x3.63x35-0x11

788x4.00x35{x11
713x3.25x35-0x7
TAAiaooY3q-nY7

2A

7 13 x 2.88 x 39'0 x 1l
7.88 x 3.63 x 39{ x 11

22
24

7.13x288x39'0x7

27
2A
2S

7.88x3.63x39-0x7
4.75x450x2S-0x7

pase F3

Electrical Outlet Box and Decashieldd Luminaire Mounting-(See page F13.)

STEEL

SQUARE, NON-TAPERED SHAFTS


4rqa Lishtrn! Po eq

lffiffi
Shafl

Tub

For D-4oo tuminaires only. For D-2so and D-1ooo, consult factory.

Square. Non tapered.4S 0O0 ps minimum y eld slrength

Olh6r Parls

- AST[,] 436 plale. Detais on paoe F]2


llandholo - Reinforced. ls above base Size tabulaled below.
Anchor Bolls - Exposed porlions oalvanized.
Brso

Flange

Handho e cover hardware and anchor bo t c rcle lem-

Oscashieldr Luninans Mounlinq Provisions - Poles dri led ior arch tectural mounl ng arms (included w th uminaires).

(See pages F15-16 tor weights.)

cataloq No.

F"

E-il

-h
I

osta
Hsighl

Zons C

25
30

90
90

c995H776

4.0x250x

791
786

50x30-Ox

25
30
30
35

90

c995H777

5.0x25-0x

7Q

808

50x30'0x
60x30Ox

25
30

Size

100
7A

80
90

943

188
188
148
188
188

60x35-0x.188

70x35-0x

1aA

c995H803

50x250x

807

60x30-0x

188
188

70t35-0x i88

ns""

no,

ro

2r,5

31

c810H157

2-hx5

33

155
154

2 hx5

33

c810H155

2-k\5
3x5
3x5

't

35
35
36

2'Y,\5
3x5

35
36

55
154

154
151

c810H155
154
151

sa."r pores. paqeF3

!
(Order Separately.) (See page

F 15

for weights.)

Beplaces standard handhole cover. Fits 3 x 5 handho es on y


' C8'l 0B1rl4 - lnc udes blank cover no receotacte.
.C810H119
- lnc udes duplex receptac e and weatherproot cover
!33o Covor - Two-pice Prirne painted Cat. No. tabutaied.
El0ct

cslOutloi Box

Fig.2
subie.t ta chanse qithaut norice
! R4 sl'ed Tdro* ot Orel El(tnc ComFnv
Data

POLE

BASE DATA

lReler io the Prod uct Pase for the appro priaie base data

pote B.s

llom

Sizo

10-20 F

Dimnsions

Thk.
(ln. Or
Ga.l
.

Dia.

'8.C."

6.5
7Q

11
11
11

a.0

11

80

85

11

9.0
9.0

l1

I
"=--:1

\n3

rj$
Lr!

@",

t \!a-,/

Fis.4

/r'=.,\

l/trri)\

14%

11.5

11.5
12
13

12 5-13 5

11

10.0

11

12
13

r0.0

13-14
13-14

15
16

115

15-%

10

18

5.25

11

19

600
634
675
713

11
11
11
11
11
11

20
21

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

7.50
7.88
5.50
6.38

15
15 5
16
16 5

7.a8

875

7
7

3
3

17-%

45

32
33
34
35
36
37
38

55
6
T

53
54
56

EA
F f-

r-_='i

['-=r*

AI

i
11

5
5

5T

12

125

11
T
7
T

21-%

16.5

21-%

17

22-h

:A

40

14.5

11.00
11.88
12.63
13.38
14.25
16.25

14.5
15 75
16 25

.
45

1,000

35-202038{2

95

14,000
16.000
19,000

G
G
H

21000

31 000
24 000

K
J
J
L
K

ft

4
3-%

15-X

2-1t
2.)a
2-ltr

16-y

2-U

16-%
17-%
13-"1

2-ya

35,201671{6

1-Ax4a

35-201671,06

35-202038-31
35-202038-17

35-20167 1-O7
35,201671-07

35-242034-22 15 5

1'-.lx6o

16

71000

35-202038-29 10.7s
35-202038-30 12

1x40

35 201671-03
35-201671-03
35-201671-03

35-201671{3

35-202438-24 13
35-20203a-20 135

j-iA\60

1x40
1x40

2-h

17-L
1A-h

2"1,t

1-r\44

1l\6a

21

xzo

%x2a

12"

14-k

12

14
15

975

10
10

975

115

11

11.5

11

125

12
13 5

2-h
2-h

15

35-201671-03
35,301671-03
35,201671 03
35-201671-03
35-201671-03
35-201671-03
35-201671-03
35-201671-06
35,201671-07

35,202038{7 125
35-202038,31

14

35-202038-08 14.5
t1
35-202038-05
12.5
35-202038-20 13.5
35-202038-08 14.5
35-202034-07

35-202038,32
35-202038,34 16.25

9.5

35-202038-07

125

35 20203&17

%x2a

35-201671{3
35-201671{6
35-201671{7
35 201671{1

1x40
1Yx4A

35-201671{1
35-201671-03
35-201671-03
35-201671-03
35-201671-06

15
15
16
10
10

19-A
21 %
13.74
13.74
15 55
15 55
16 96
19 08

3.h

1l\4a

3.16

114x60

1x40

.l\2o
1-k
1-h
2

35-201671-03

2%

2-y

35,202038-01
35-202038-01
35-202038-02
35-202034-04

105
35-202038{6 115

1T
19-%

2-y,

35 201671-01
35-201671-O1
35-201671 03
35-201671-03

35-201671{3

1x40
1x40

2-%

11

15
15
16

14

M
L
N

I
I

9'10

975

10,11
11-12

10 50
11 25

15,000
20.000
23,000
26,000
29,000
32,000
35 000
24 AAA

33000
42,AOO

51,000
59,000

G
H

J
J

35-202038-17

35,202038-25
35,202038-03
3s-202038-03

35-202038{6

11.5

35-202038-06

115

35-202038{7 12.5
35-20?038-31

14

L
J
K
L

lv

1.

4,000
8,000
11,000
13,000
17,000
19 000
25 000
30 000
45 000
5,700
10,700
16,300
24,600
32,800
45,100

c
E

G
H
H

J
K

M
D

5.
6.

J
K
l\,1

a-h
1a-%

2
2

3
3
3

x2A

A\2a

35-201671-02
35-201671 02

35-202038-1s
35-202038-14

I
I

35-201671 03
35-201671-03
35-201671-03

35-202038-02

9.5

35,202038-05

11
11

2 000
4 000

13-%
12-%

22-

1x40
1x40

2-y

35-202038-05

6,000
8,000
14,000
26 000

G
.t

12 06

8.5
11.63

11-

2A

15'A

%x2A
1x40

35 201671-01

35-202038-33

9.24

35-201671{3

35-202038-30

12

%\20

35-201671-01

35"202038-33

35-201671,03

35-202038-30

5,500
10,600

AU

aI

3.

STRAIGHT SOUARE A LUMINUM POLE s


61

72,OOO

tor il.ms 40 & 4l: Fio. 5lor ltem 42)

15

AI

60

C.

K
K

SOUARE NON.TAPERED ALUM NUM AREA lseo Fio.3l


6

o-

M ANCHOR B/\SE fsse Fio. 6)

50

Ci

sE

49

C/
I

r.3)
2

125

35-202038-25

12.5
12.5
13

a
10

35-202038-07

22

105

27 000

1-%x4A

2-

16-I

(See F

11.5

11

115

1-1lx4g

35-20203a-05
35-202038-06

40,000
30,000
33,000
49,000
41,000
59,000
65 000

a
9.5

35-201671-03
35-201671-06

35-202038-03 10
35-202038,04 10.5
11
35 20203a-05

35'202038-24
35-202038-20 13.5
35-202038-20 13.5

1x40

9
43

35-201671-03
35-201671,03
35-201 67 1 ,06

2'1,1

15-k

1T

41

35-202038-14

35-202038{7

t%^44

2-)t

12 63
13 00
13 38

AREA ts6e Fio.

t(

Dia.

fs6o Fio.3)

14-%

.AL

Dosion'

ftlalos

35-201671-03
35-201671-06

2-y,
3-16

19

1225

13
13 5

1-%x4A

2-1,1,

14 5
16 5

.TAPER D STEE

31

35,201671-02

35,201671-03

10.75
11 50
11.88

12.5
13.5

35

30

75

1Q

11

713

Cablos

35-201671,03
35,201671-03
35,201671 03

2-%
2-%
2

15-'

13
13.5
14
14

14]l

11

11

l1

12

jl^20

2-ri

10
10.5

11 12
12-13

95

90

\.

10 11
10.5,11 5

TAF ,ERED S'IEEL

F,s.

ll

$10
I5-10

11

(, G_4 r.

Boll Circlo

:A and I ]TEETTOADIVAY fl toa Fis. 2)

10

10.5

ber')

set

AREA (Soe Fiq.

T5

Longth

a
2

n u

Anchor Bollq
ursg.

TAPEBED

20-60 F

te m

9.25
12

4.5
11.25

9-y

2-3,1

1x40

3-%

925
12
13 5

3.300
10 600

15.500

STRAIGHT ROUND ALUMINUM POLE


a

9.25

8.5

9T

x2a

2-%

925

35-201671 01

35-202038-33

35-201671{1

35-202038{3 10
35-202038{6 11.5

5,500

.l

e(

(t

:l

STRAIG HT SOUARE S' rEEL POLES


I

64
65
66

14 ga.
11 qa
11 ga.

10

115
10

9.75

%xZA

2.h

9.75

13,y1
13-31

9.825

a-%

13-A

11

35-201671-03

nxza

35-24167141

35-20203a-03 10
3s-202034 06

Yax2o

35,201671-02

35-202038-14

STRAIGHT ROUND STEEL POLE

5,500
16,200
10,700

4 2AA

. Desiqn momenrsareihe maxtrnum overturnins momentsexpeclediobeapplied tothefoundation bythe pole. Appropriate saletyfactorymustbe

used bvlhe

loundat on desiqner

I
Data

subj$r ra ehan96 withalt no ca


I

(Reler to the Product PaAe iorthe appropriate base data item number )

(See page

l5 for

weights.)

POLE

TRANSFORMER BASES (order separately)

'Femovabe access doors Pole connecton hardware ncluded (Note the bo t c rcle lemplate slpplied
translormer base anchor bolls Use on y ihe tem plate furn ished with the lransiorm er base )

wth

an anchor base poleshoud nor be used

fl'*n"n

BASE DATA
I
:.r_
I

bt+

Boll Circls
Dla. x

ShdtlO.O.

(ln.l

BoI Cncl6

Hoiqhl

(ln.)

(ln.)

Thk.

(ln.)

Lnglh

Cdtdloq No.

(ln. x ln.)

(s6t)

m
l\

Dla.

It

tl

s 5-11 5

IN
11

F1

c500Hals

15 5

15

10

24

2-N

35-201671-03

35 2a2A3B-1i

35-201671-13

20.5

i5
TRANS FOF MEF AASE

22

FOUNDATION DATA
Caution:

General E ectric Company can lake no responsibiliy tor the adequacy ot any

lntr^drt.n Tha ln"n.l,li^n c


based on curenny available loundalion desisn iteraiure These sizes shou d be used
only wlh caution and sho!ld noi be teated as guaranleed design recommendat ons.
Forconrpetesaletylhesolaltheinstalationsileshouldbeanalyzedandthelounda,
tion desisned by a qualilied ioundation designer usi.s the des qn mornenl data on
page Fl2

for aDoroDriate fo!ndation


Depth
1.0

3.0

15
15

30

D
E

1.5
1.5

4.0
4.5

Steel

50
55

be used as necessary
Foundations should be deeo enouqh lo be free irom lrost heave.
Fo!ndations should be arge enoush to encaseihe anchor bolts w th adeq!ate th ckness lDrobaby3") oi concrete between the bo is and ihe soi.
Ihe lop surface ol lhe loundalion should be wde enough for the base p ate ol the
pore trrne rounoaron rs rouno, rne o amerer or rne ro0 s
times the w dth of th base of the pole
Adracenttrenching orotherd slurbance olthesurrounding so lmay necessitaie arQer

15
15
15
2A

6.5
7Q

@F.@i'e@tr--iT.iFlo

The loundations s zes shown are iypical lor solls having moderate to good strength
characler stics Poor so ls such as loose sand or very sofi clay probab y
requ re
larger loLrndations. Strong so !s such as very slitfclay may permit smallers zes
22 The szes shown are based on soil resistance on
Consderaiion shou d be g ven
1.

wi

by lhe foundation
re nlorcing should

3.
L

el

designer to the struclural adequacy ol the concrete tse

35

6.0

J
K
L

20

(Electrical Outlet Box Only

Modifk.lion Number GM{1

009

011

0.20

025

026
029

033

0.36

039
070
076

o46
050
08s
0s7

081

103

136
146

173

437

M
N

25
25

7.5
8.0

90

. Boliswith n!ts

Rr6'i'|othsproduc'|paqe

leter

\rl/idth (Ft.)

r86

ANCHOR BOLTS

& washrs have exposed pori ons aatvanized

GENERAL MODIFICATIONS

Modi'ica'ions'socton'odstoJgffi;Hff:::T*T."i:""Jiilii?liillllxi3l,"il,1l,i"1i:

No Cover or Receptacle Suppliedl


.Caulionr ll sisns or dcoralions ar6 to b6 atlachod, a polo lhal is capablo ol lvllhslandinq lho additlonalwind and wlqhl forces shourd b6 slocrod.

'Slandard location is 15 teet above the base on lhe handhole side of the sh.ir

(Applicable to area lighting poles on pages F8, 10)


' Poles dr lled lor archilectura mounting arms (incllded

wth umnaresJ

.For round poles, order separately one adapter kit ior each um
Pol6 Tob SiTa

na

re f rorn p.

E9.

R.."n6mnlr
(Pags F11)

GM-54
GM,5B
GM-5C

GM-sD

(F@'l.sl|l@

2 at 1aoo
3 at 120o
4 ar 90o

3.50 $ 0'
3.50 0"
3.50 {.0'
4.25 -6Q"

3
3

Outside

Oulsde

3 125 ns de

(Applicable to seamless tapered aluminum poles on pages F7 & FB).

l""fi"u""Nil,cffi]
Pole Siz (in n.l
rFegistered Trademark otGeneral E eclrc Qompany

. Colors pe.charton GEA-g352

. When orderinq, specity color.

LAMINATED WOOD

Shafi

Lam nated wsl Coasl Dolglas F

ri_rzPo chFet eld dp ol.-\ poly po,de coc ed


-lr(Gdo\sa'npoFs
Vrstbeo'de eo-ppd dlel\iiooF^tot
c ossar-l rs o de eo lor Lre drlhou. lop u- _a|P Frq a)
Lumtnairs lvounling Adaple6 - 'do rred sreel B'act o r- "J odi_l
linish Attachment hardware inc uded

Waterprool laminal on ad-

Shah Cap

- po.lcc-ro.opre or p -5en.lr,61pal ng
.e< .e p es,u-e I edled
"
sudd-eo'er bpdded porlo
r -.1 rn eou'1errsorAWPA{d_dard.
(to

6 tol2

Suppledr

aboveqroundline) nc sed ior max mum preseruat ve pene-

tralion Smooth surface Rounded corners Naiura wood f nish f nc udlng


qrowth characterisrcs such as knots, hairine checks etcl1 i 1 l'
iirterna w rn! raceway. l darnelerwre neihoer from bottom

.3

Poles (See pases

F1

Lenglh
'I
120
124
124
124
120
124

15
2A
2A

25

2A
2A

2a
25
30

.'.

2
2
3

1i0

50

c906H00r
oo2

90
80
90
80

003
004
005
006
007

50

ln.

Fl. ln.)

Too Tenon

50

50

onq

Shall Dim6nsions
width x thicknss x l6nglh

lln r

tFr.l
10
12

l-;

5-16 for weights.)

Cal6loq

Ot Esch Luminale

Height

OD

^ t2 oipel v 4 ono
. 2-% OO
. Crossarrn adaplers
. 2-* OD (2 pipel x 6 o.q hor zontal lenon
, 3'OD x 20 long lorch
- outboard or nboard

Crossarm - Two 5-% x 1 % soird 1 r membe6 Cast alurninum space6


al pole and endG) ot arm. Finislr. adhesiv and preserval ve treatmenl
as described 1or shalt Shaft i e d dr ll ng nshlcl ons attachment
hardware w rinq raceway cover and shalt cap rncluded

|0

4-Zxt%x13-6
4-,1x5-%x15-6
4-llx5-xx19-0
4 A x5-)1x24-6

s-Xx6x24-6
5%x6x30-0
6x631x36-0
LE CBOSSARM FOR 2-% OD HORIZONTAL TENON (Fiq.
4-1,1\ 5-h x 246
12C
90
c906H0t2
53C
013
5-%xOx25-0
1.2'
I10
50

3.8

30n

53'

530

1.2n

12'
1 2,.
12'

018
019

90
100
80

020
o21

4-L/,5k\246
5-XxOx24-6

5-%x6x300

Fis.3

7 000
7.000
7,000
7.000
10.000
10.000

E
E
E

F
7 000
10,000
7 000
10.000
10 000
15.000

E
E

7.000
10,000
10,000

OARD
12

15
20
20
20

40
40
34

T5
T5

2
2
2
2
3
3

66
75
35
72

75
T5

4.0

25

2Q

2
2
3

20

POLES
12

t5

2a
2a

52

90

26

90
90
90

EPA

= Elfective

k\

24 6

012

4 j.1x 5 % x 19-0
4 1.1 x 5-]; x 24-o

01i
01t

E
E
E

t0 000
7 000
10 Q00

4-trx5%x246

5-%xOx246

7 000
7 000
10 000
7 000

E
E

7 000
7 000

E
E
E

011

75

40

T5
T5
T5

18
4A

90
90
80
90

OR

INBOARDT
c906H02i
o2i
02t
021

031

5-%x6x246

7.000
7 000
7 000

TORCH f Fio. 2l Order Torch {Fio. 7


c900H01(
01'

9O

wlTHTwlN CROSSABM FOR OUTBOARD


2
2
2

4'A r.5

011

4.0

40
35

01{

01i

4Q

T5
75

4-llx5-%x15
4-1,1x 5 h 19-O
41,1\akx24-6

01-

rAR D
12
15
2A
2A

oli

c906H01(

90
90
90
90
90

Proiected Area

See

4-llx5-%x156
4"1x5%x190

4 11\ 5

h\

24-6

5%x6x246

5-%x6x246

7 000

l0

000

How to Selecl Pols pase F3

'Can be lsed w th Decash e dr lum na re uo to 72+ {wilholrt arch ieclura mount nq arml
be usedw ih Oecashie d l!m na re up to 63+ (witlrout arch lecluralmoonling arm)
ediothefo!ndalonbythpoe Appropralesafelylactorsmustbeusd
+ Designmomenlsarcihemaxmumo\rt!mngmomentsexpectedlobe.pp
by the fo!ndat on designer
o Qan

_ r _

Fig.8

Luminaire Mounting Adapters and Caps (See page F15 for weights.)
Fis.9
cat, No.
4-% x 5-% Shatl

21

O D Tenon

c500H823
c500H827
c500H833

500H824
500H828
500H834

c500H825
cs00H826
c500H835

2-% OD Honz lenon


3 O.D Torch'Outboard
3 O.D Torch lnboard

c500H830
c500H831

APPROXIMATE SHIPPING WEIGHTS

t'

c500H431
433

28
52
76

434
52
76
99
34
45
35
45

320
130
135
155
170
185
21Q

21

34
45
35
45
42

472
473

42

165
166
167

164
169
170
171
172
173

69
40
50

175
176
178
179
180

69
4A

475
766
767
768
76S

50

TTA
771

12

772
TT3
415
816
417

26
32
6
27
28
120
50

12

ta

tal

26
32

144
145
147
1aa

t8

ta9
190
191

422

50
6

192
193
194
195
196
197
194
199

424

200

90
126

F13

I
I

825
426
427
aza
829
430

to

431

12

433
834

05

241

235

i60
185

215
195

24a
250

275

6
3

151

154
155

477
07a

68

422

024
025
135
136
137
144
145
146
144
149

'12s

130
155

i60
85
90
95
155
180
185
145
150
150
205

153

245

142

176
146

217
234
235
236
237
240
272
273
330
376
3TT

T5

80
85
105
205
225
235
275
278
137
140
143

374

15Q

379
340

274
130
147
220

341

382
383
384
385

255
325

320

50
T5
TO

185
235
300

013
014
015

0r6
017
018
019
020
021
422
023
424
025
027
a2a
029
030
031

032
033
034
035
036
037
038

03s
040
041
D42

043
045
046
447
048
050

23
25
41

F8
F8
F8

29
46

c906H001
oo2
oo4
005
006
007
010
412

011 I
r
0r9
a2a

ota

80
95
140
200

254
400
11

160
221

164
225
275

280
210
275
290
354
286
300
393
457
332

375
355
570
376

342
527
607

693
1AT

200
283
243
342
293
357
289

s03
396

460
334
354
387
37A
502
573
379
385
530
609
696
149

234
289
246

051

052
053
054
055
056
057
054
059
060

071

a0

174

0tl

412

5T

25
25

80

21a

23a

29
46
52

25
29
57

61

100
105
115
130
145
130
135
155

144

aa2
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010

062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070

5T

093

134
135
136
137
134
139
140

c899H02r

52

51

091

132

374

c994H001

m1

42

49

131

F8
F8

265
255
330
260
295
275
360
140
150
190
205
250
205
2Ta
280

25
29

oa2
043
046
087
048

127
129
130

240

2A

0al

126

las
205

271

20
23
29
33
36
40
46
52
2a
23
25
33
36

224
244
264

138
139
140

210
220
244
245
244
250
2A5
320
8o
90
100
105
125
140
130
135
155
174

170
180
190

137

300
160
145

315
415
375

c810H119

c895H076

F8

244
250

285

462
463
464
465
464
46S
4Ta

420

130
132
133
134
135
136

21

461

819

c898H0r5

244
245

2A

437
43a
439
456
457
454
459
460

i60
185
210
224

300
363

293
309
403
469
340
364
394
344
512
545
346

39i
541

623
711
192
241
292

073

246

074

286
303
366
296
312
406
472
343
367
397
347
515
588
349

075
076
a7T
078
079
040
081

082
083
084
045
046
087

Data sLbtect to chan?e withaut natice

APPROXIMATE SHIPPING WEIGHTS

I451

c998H275

214
c995H001

191

002
003
004
005
006
007
095
137
138
139

229

27A
2A2

492

r40
142
143
244
308
326
327

324
329
330
331

332
333
334
335
336

336
347
3AT

336
565

19i
229

191

316
316
431

431
365
365
536
536
565
579

229
229

334

191

33S

316
316

340
341

342
343

291
431
431

9al
982

s83
984
985
986
987
9AA

99
990
991

992
993
994
995
996
997
994
999

c996H001
002
oo4

344
491

264

492

264

4S3

264
264

0t,1
016

440
489
492
498
655

020
421
422
023
421
425

494
571
573
574
751
753

672
755

699

756
757
754

759
760
761
762
763

764
765
766
TTA
TT6

940

365
365
536
536
565

345
346
347

777
781

Ta2
786
TAT

803
805
807
ao8
943

951

952
953
954
955
956
957

o13

026
o27

674
890
9.10

292

294

370
327
344
366
413

301

263

302

272
303

312
305
306
307
308

141

275

r80

276

281

190
200
285
295
330
340

243
244
245
246

214
224
240
320

277
278
279
280

72
a5
1t

c999H274

126
127
61

72
a5
9a

ri1

284
289
290

37Q

291

180
190
200
245
295
330
340
171
210
225

292
293
294
295
296
297
294

71

a4
9A

300

301

571
664
386
6Aa
499
436
546
154
834
838
456
859
1007
1010
i 033
1036
1oaa
1091
11 16
11 19

300
302

271

214

70t

149
42A
6A2
685

385

244
324
335
370
385
355
395

340

Ta:5
706
1A1

355
395
445
151

215
.101

c998H128
130
145
146
154
160

380
450
475
535

545
615
380
450

475
175
176
269

274
271
272
273

535
545
615
435
480
510
567
900

F5

2AT

2S9

259
354
436

F5

171
911

61

009
700
70t

370
379
335
353

375
422
425
655

035

c997H001

963
25
265
295
304
361

296
297

032

501

662

601

2a7
2A8

T2a
733
752

749

293

582
930

TA2

511

s45
946
947
944
949
950

oo7

224
227
295
298
305
308
350
353
363
368
375
378
385
388
384
389
394
398
395
398
410
413
395
398
410
413
412

112
126

797
814
417
730

326

221

291

291
336
387
347
336
291

c999t-1587
595

661

860
912
s39

1485

F5

186
305
436
456
490

l5l

275
401
411

186
305
436
456
490
380
262

F5

F5

,l

TECHNICAL DATA

PAGE

G2,3
tr4

Ballast Electrical Data - Single voltage . . . . .


Ballast Electrical Data - lvlultivolt.
Ballast Circuits and Operating Characteristics .
Lamp Data
Lighting Systems Noise Criteria (LSNC) ......
The Stead ilu x Ballast Story
H igh Pressure Sodium Ballasts
Advantaqesol Using a Filtering System. . . . ..

G5

G6,7

G8,
G10
G11, 12,13
G14

NG SYSTEMS CHAFACTER

(HlD)
CHABACTERISTICS

variation in ine voltage to be expected on a partlcular system


where HID lan,ps wlll be applied to insure that the regulating

HIGH INTENSITY DISCHABGE


BALLAST

as.the

.Line currenr - on some barast types the ne current


;3$1? l.J,,"JJli Hj',:'j,f Jiil:l:1"'?j[?l:Yjii-?l;1":'.t1.:
amp starts is less than the final operating c,urrent- so that
iems are required to operate betwee; iS% of nomina line
fuses and circuit breaker ratings can be based strictly on.the vottigl, attnougn systems are occasionally encountered which
operating currentvalues. For other ballasts thelinestariing n]ly,iuryu"nluitu"jO%ormorefromnomlnal.Recentpower
current may be considerably higher than the f nal operating Jho.taqes have occas oned brown_outs in some areas, which
valLre, so iuses, circuit breakers, and photoeeckrc control
a lamp starting problem with those ballasts
switches must be sized to accommodate this h gher cUrrent. desrqned
"ortJ-"reate
for t S% operation. li iny case, the expected regula.Power Factor - to be classed as high power factor a ba ast
t on of the power system line vo tage is an important conmust have a power factor of at least 90%. Anyth ng less is
sideration in ballasi selection.
considered Normal Power Factor'or "Low Power Factor .Extinction Voltage (Dip Tolerance) _ all power systems are
Most ballasts which are normal power,iactor ar.e down around subject to dips in the line voltage as loads are switched in
50%. This means that a normal powerJactor ballast has almost inO'6ut, or as other transient condi|ons occur Agood,stiff
twrcp tre line current a. d hrgr power lacror ballasl and ^.akes wert_regJlared otsr.|b-rrol ctrcutt w,l, .eldon .,ep volrage dips
less efficient use of the distribution System. Thrs requtres olmoie"ttranlO% butonsomecircuits,dipsof20_30%nraybe
larger wire sizes, larger switches, circurt breakers, and disencountered occasionally. li the ballast is not capable of riaing
tribution transforrners for the equivalent connected load.
tnrorgl.,, ]" voltage dip and Sustaining the lamp, the lamp
.Line Voltage Begulation - this is the change n lamp watts due
will extinguish and recycle.
to line voltage variation. Consideration should be given to the

Additional HID ballasting intormaton


follow ng publications:

is available in

the

OLI-6168 High Pressure Sodium Ballasting


OLP-1069 Ba lasts for HID Lamps
OLP 1964 Guide Form Specil catlons for HPS Ballasts (50400 Watts)
OLP 1992 Guide Form Specificationslor HPS Ballasts (1000
Watts)
OLP-1994 Fie d Testing HPS Lamp/Ballast-Volt/Watt Trace
OLP-2010 What s l.nportant About a Ba last
OLP-2029 Factors to consider when choosing H igh Pressure
Sociirrm Ballasts
GEI 64073 Field Testlng ol Ballasts for HID Lamps

Data subtect

ta.hanqe vnhaut n.nce

BALLAST ELECTRICAL DATA

or mounted
s

!sed

in lminaires

Single Voltase

the values rsled below wi I vary depefd ng lpon the encloslre be n9

lsed lamp

pos I on

and amp var al

o.s

The conpone.t valu meihod of test

nq

n order that unitorm tsl ng proced!res may be fol owd on a I ba lasls

-':'-A
(

dcf
w

LUCAIOX'BALLAST

^a.d
9^'

$"e

_
124

204
244
277

ff

---l

20a

LU

i50

150

277

25

10

-T

12A
208

244

el
l

480

IUCALOX

LU

BALIAST

400

Auto requlator (Lead-Type) CWA

+
1

400

1L

Be

aclo. or Reaclor Aub Translo

nettl

t'l

MEF

208

240
277

1!9

-r;I

124
208

244

----!
"

l-l gher than normal line slari n9 cutrent to cover e ectronrc oad ng eiiects.

I bd .cI 11. -oudro ol - d p^"l"qe.. ^re."oo,"-.r'o.


'415
'o-lolo l edrp.-rFnl
aa;
o-leeL onr o; orpt_oo.
e Sle.or

a.e generated These harmon c cu(entsl ow in the neLtra conductorol3 phase powersystems
when the umina res are con.ected lrorn Ohase to nelita (i e 277 a.d 120 volr 3 plrase
systemsl Beca!se oi tlrese ellects an appropr aie adder rs nc uded . ihe p!bl shed start

and lusing req! remenls


For outdoor producls lh ine watts are 445

c!iient

OTHEB TEFMS FOR BALLAST TYPES


GE
ResLrraior CW (Constant Wattase)

cw..o-

Data subtect la

'Fe!

.ranse snhatt nance

slera T,admark ot Genera E

4lrc

Company

LaS ...

o rrd.rd96..

or Lead for HPS


or Peak Lead for metalhalde
H qh Reactance

-'
@

=.Y

BALLAST ELECTRICAL DATA

tt'/,r,{*,/{",ts/-

nAL HALIOE BALLAS-I


1500

ls*
i'"

Aulo{eaulalor
2aa
244
277

85

204

5.2

1630

90

1080

35
29

277
1000

124

60

2AA

M-59

244

53

277

4.6

4aa

6.3

42

277

36

12Q
2AA

43
24
22

t8

277

11

I2{J

t5

2a8
244

90+

1ts
11
9

2AA

244

300

27

50 40

15
13
11

247

21

13
11

277

36
32

17
2A

457
460
458

13
12

277
440
124

175

do

4.0

36

4A

24Q

244
254

100

80

124
20a
60

1'fr/",

69
56

45

244

Single Voltage

11.2

7.3
6.3

1000

.,)

."*

BAL
H36

I000

54

208

240

277

835

440

24

120
208

7.2

42
36

240
400

14
12
1.0

6
780
a
T

31

277
H33

24

142

.6

l8

124

43

204
244

2.4

1.4

i0

21

t8

2TT

11

H33

400

60

12A

204
244

!13

T5

90+

21

1l

10

3.8

2TT

!37

254

124
204

240

292

1.5

13

277

11

120
208
244
277

1.8

11

120

1i

480

100

25

.3

214

6
3
3

9
8

3
3
2

2AA

24A
277

120
204
240

97

2TT

H36

1000

400

120
208
240
277
60

440
12.l
204

240

56
49
42

19?

2T
16

H39

124
204
244

shouldberaled3tmesrnaxirnumcuirenlFusngmaycalsenusancelnierr!ptonsThe

2a

2TT

tl

20

ta

15

t1

12

9
292

21

13

1l

95

15

t0

.9

124
2AA

244
277

I prov de salisiaclory arnp starl .q to 20oF ( 40F lo. Lrca ox) m ninrum
over lhe recommnded line-voltage var atio. See Noie No. 2
recommended
as prolect on for nd vldua H D ballast tspec t ed.luseGl
4. Fusinq:Nol
3. A ! ba lasis w

9a
85

90!

21

120
2aa
240

100

1?a

2130

24

H37

n ANSI Slandards tor Hish Press!re Sodi!m amps


Veru-1 re2c o' o. l"\r' i\l-d r' r.llaq' 100 lo r00 1"! bp L .d dl r0 9- as'ol ows
a0 \oll. (o0 I /)
trz)
77 \a s 6a +t
voll(
" 200 .oI< ('0 Pz)
".250 ls.
"nd o l.1p\rd_
qea.lor: -,ed on l2O\o
'0 ddaqucle
F on,
nq lo0oT

37
32

96
83

18

H38

1.]82

111

277

I d' p*dloq-o ata1o.a(rd-,


aloal ol dppro ra.lp / 1 p. .o_l 18 oerLe l ro'
'' e llo l"np 100
r dld . nq e aro r000
1\ {or r.a r r'! rFg .lalot ba'ldsls
lhe nF ctrv aL'o
l.n D 1000
5 oer enr a Lold^do{23 oercenl lor Ine Iio ^.
ibqr aro O oercar . ro. .-e m6 J-y dq Tpr'.r'od ^d.ll'or
netd h"rdp"L.olo
d lo^do - lne+olrage
raa.laro bcr d,r, the r 'p,r /olrdqe vor e. ovPr l'e pe (e l"nd
--r.olraqeorl
pre\s.
(L
-\od
rqh
u.
d
o
\a: o'dnqe
)li-p. 5anq"swi'5 cnp
"1 so thai ihe
requlatlon cannot be
iie "causing cbrrespondinq cha.ges n lamp watls,
A
Llca
ox ba lasiiypes overthe
statedinthesarnetermsasloroiherHlDlamptypes
,.1
.o-tol
anprql,^I'rnlappalo{dote,.e,ol2qF."
'a-aeo on r''ouqlo.r l p a od "ton
rrle or l5e
irrbpd
p
'rrlsoiooero'
"r .,oe',lpd o, l'"pero da r

6
5

S ze branch circu is to accommodale I ne operaling


amperes or I ne-starllng arnperes - whichever s arger

50-40

tl

tus ng ol a reactor type bal asl should be avo ded


K lowatts oi conslani cu trent tran sforme r capacity per ba lastrecommended iorproper

Note that these starlinq c!nents are power iactor capacitor curients wh ch I ow ii
the lamp draws no cuftent Ior examp e hol reslart cond tions. Norma ne slarlinq

c!nentwil be

ower

a Ser es lamp operation


l lndependent amp operation
. See Producl Briei +264 ior deta led exl) anat on ol series HPS ooerat on

BALLAST ELECTRICAL DATA

T-

Multivolt

lL vary depend .g lpon the encloslr being used amp pos t on and arnp variat ons The component va Le method oi iest n!
used n order thal !n lorm lesl .o orocedlres may be lollowed on al ba lasts

or mounted in 1lmrnaires lhe values listed below w


rs

"-"# 'k;/"{.'#P^

*tVS:." r/o"
LUCALOX"BALLAST

I1t150

204
240
277

2 2A

199

120
2ae =10
244
277

12Q
204

72

275
158
137

t 19
2 10
121

473

16

120
2AA

o9

277
12A
208

39

475
314

315

LU

1OO

100

90+
60

7A

249
24A

249

277
120
208
24A

310

124
204
21A
277

60

12A

1TA

156

141
13
tl

357

257

204

150

7A

124

50

240
277

400

rro
244
M-58

27
26

37
214

208
24A

60

194

264

120

208

158
142

147

tv-57

250

t0
t5

09

475

204
24A
277
124
204

379

H-36

149

204
240

1 16

343

05

26

241
294
290

15

t3

t1

175

10

09
92

H-33

400

277
124
204

240
H-37

250
2oa

H,39

175

277
124
2aa
2TT

ll

38

r00

t3

33
35

t3

12
1T

10

09

50 40

15

I3

200
209
206

2A
12

|10

24

1098
1094

40
23

458
459

1T

12

26
11

,16

21

25 t0

l5

21

90+

53

2aa
288
288

t0

12
17

09
09
08
12

60 50

AT

06

11

17

t0

09
a7
12

o7

ii7

36
37
36

15

2a

277
120
204

244

1T

26

52
26
30

450
459
462

204

19
39

I093

21

120
204

26

1043
1095

40
25

I000

19

63
64

24Q

277

21

2510

08

a9
45

5l

277

124

r3

175

191

124
124

43

09

124
208
244

24Q

407 454
412 271

42

184
184
129
12A
129
129
90
89
90
90
64

t3

240

93
95
96

r8l

15

2TT

046
050

36

12
2A
12

277
120
208

1000

:5

277

06

26

244
LU 50

208

15

63
64
64

t6

244
1

60

09

03

20

2oa
244
277
120
208

35 10

2a

151

244

90+

BALLAST Rea.ldrT
LU ]50

312

2A
12
10

0s

06
03

12Q

24A

l5

185

127
129
90
90

035

204

17

05
05
04

24A

30

i84

12

a7

244

314

29
17
15

184

05

205
206
206
205
126
125
125

10

06
05
04
03

tv

' Res strd

Tndenark.r ceieral

Elecrac Company

GENERAL ELECTRIC BALLAST ClRCUITS AND OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS


Starling
Cresl

Dip.

Ballasi

(4 S6c_)

ILUX i

ffi
STEAD

10%

2%

60 -859"

H ig

her

4530%

10%

14-14%

99-90%

Lower

60-30%

Hish

1.7

i.1O%

2A-307"

99-65%

35-10%

Medium

1 6-1 A

M eal

ium

6-1 7

Voltage

LAG-ryPE REGULATOR
(Magnetic Regulator)
Any
Voltage

,l H
P

LEAD-TYPE REGULATOR

[Auto-regulator)
L

Voltage

c
A
L

EACIOR

120 Volt

90%
HPF

for
35-150 Watt

,l

ll

208 & 240 Volt


for
200-400 Watt

Higher

25-10%

Higher

25,1O%

1 4-1.5

47%

NPF

480 Volt
for
l OOO Wati

t1

LAG

24O &

277 Vo I

50-150 Watt

90%

HPF

t5%

120 Volt
200 & 25o Watt

REG

Med iurn

1 4-1 5

47%

NPF

LATOR

L1

Any
Voltage

i13%

4%

92-99%

Lower

60-50%

i10%

10%

90-95%

Lower

50-40%

her

25-157"

ish

18-20

ed iurn

1A-20

Nl

Voltage

E
R

244 & 277 VolI

90%

ior

HPF

100-400 Watt

2A%

H iq

+aO Vott

40-5O%

for
700 & 1000 Watt

NPF

1 4-1 5

120 Volt

for
100-400 Watt

CIMH
EA

40-50%

Higher

25-15y"

20%

90-95%

Lower

50-40%

l\l ed

ium

1.4-1.5

AUTO-REGULATOR

TL

AI

LD
E
Nrk

2A%

subtt to chanse w h.ut notc.

Any
Voltage

r10%

High

1 6-1 8

LAMP DATA

-,
DAT
IMETAL HALIDE)

**&

WATT WATT

1E

S76 HA

2 254

090

0.73

LU35/D/med

576 HB

2 150

0.90

0.73

LU50

568 tVS

4 000

090

073

568 MT

3 400

090

073

(n

5,400

090

073

400
MVf

090

073

WATT

MVI

IGH INTENS
H gh Lntensity Dlscharge (FlO) amps are those wh ch have a gaseous disclrarge arc tube
operal ng ai pressures and c!reni densities suffc ent lo generate des red quanl I es oi
vis b e radlanon w th n the r arcs alo.e These lamp types have become popllar pr mar ly

LU5O

1oo-WATT Lile 24,000+ hours 10 hours/sta - Moqul Basel


LU]

OO

Lll i 00/D

WARMUP CHARACTEB
(TIME TO REACH 80% LIGHT OUTPUT)

1U150/55

5-7 minlies
2-4 rn nutes
3-4 mi.uies

S55

SC

ear

16 000

356

SD

ea

MV'

ull

073

!sq

073

LU150/100

MVf

073

073

LU150/55/O

HID RESTBIKE CHABACTER

MVF

250

?o-WATT Lile 24,000+ hours 10 hours/srarr - Moqul Basel

1 H gh eil cacy more umens perwatt ol power consuned


2 Long amp I fe and qood lumen maintenance reduces operal ng expenses
3.Compacl source permis good light contro by use oJ ref ecto6 and refractors res0 hng n high sysiem elncLency
The three principa FID lamps now
are rnerclry. meta lra de (General
E eckc M!ll Vapo, and hLsh press!re sod !m (Genera ElectrcLucaoxl

[,1erc!.y
l,,letal tsa de
Llcalox

MEBCUBY

MVt

uvl

l9q

15.000

200-WATT Lite 24,000+ ho!rs 10 hours/starl - Moqul Base

HID lamps wi de onize when lhere rs a Oower nte(uption or I the amp socket voltaqe
drops be ow ihe amounl requ red lo sustaln the arc for more than a few cyc es Because
I lakes greater voltaqe io io.ize the arc tube vapors whre they are hot and under h gher
pressLre the amp w I not re-start mmed ately

TO BESTR
Merc!ry
3-6 mLnltes
Meta Halde t0 t5 m rures
Lucalox
1 minuie
STRO

LU25O

S50

VA

LU250/D

S50

VC

31o-WATT Lrle

24.000 hours

Clear

fiuse

10

27,500

090

073

26 000

090

073

0.90

073

\ours sla,l - lVosulBase

lll
400-wATI Lite 24,000- houls 10 hou6/sla

Ptc

'

vll

l,4osul Base

090

HID amp oulput iends io fo low the alernating cuftent wavelorm This can calse sma
rnovinq objects io ilcker To avoid this annoyance three phase power s suggested for
mercury and Llcalox amps. Spil phase ba lastinq can also be lsed wth merclry amps
Sinq e phase power can be used w th mela hal

de

'000-WATT L re 24.00

amps

lours l0 hours

slarl - Mogul Base

M MAINTENANCE FACTOR
The lightlng system maintenance factor (M Fl is the product of the lamp
lurnen depreciation (LLD) and the luminaire dirt depreciation (LDD)
The lamp iumen depreciatlon is given in the amp tables for both the
"mean and'end of relamping period." The mean value is iaken at
approximately 40% life ior Multi-Vapor and 50% life for Luca ox Iamps.
For mercury lamps the value is taken at 8,000 hours. Th s is due to the
extreme long life of themercury amp.A16,000-houreconornciife s
suggested for this lamp. The values for "end of re amping period" are
taken at the end of the iamp s life. The user may also use a rnore convenient group relamping period and should adjust the value according y.
Lurnlnaire dirt depreciation (LDD) is a f! nction of the in service condi
tions and the iype of luminaire. Enclosed and filtered lum naires have bui t

Slmlar wattase cear and diiflse Lucalox amps may not have the same bub sze or
ight center length lf arnps are nterchanqed. the socket position may need to be changed
ro obia n the des red photometric d sir bution
Mosl L qhiinq Systems Deparlment prod!cts w I be furn shed w Ih
ons w ll be noted on prodlct paqes

^ Any exceoi

LCL 3-7,,I6 (lMed

LU501t4ed

LU50/D/Med
1U100/Med

LUTo D Med I

Lll100iD/Med

LUl50 D Medl

LUl50/Med

flogu

Base Sockels

!m socket musi

in maintenance characteristics which reduce the amount and effect


of drrt accumulation. While t is not possible to select one number
to describe all conditions the following LDD values are suggested.
OUTDOOF APPLICATIONS

LuminaireType

Luminaire

Di

Deprecialion (LDD)

HBS/STARI

ESTIMATED AVG. LIFEV

Conl

24 000+
24 000+
18 000
13 500

l0

095

25

INDOOR APPLICATIONS

r0.000

Does noi app y lo 35W Llca ox nor E-Z

LLx

amps

'Fe.*eren

rracen.rk

'r

cene.a E{lrcC.mpany

--.LAMP DATA
IR. LAMP

-t

(See WARNING)
HOFIZONTAL
MV8 '1OOV8U

Bared I

OT VBD
MVR ]OOOVBU
OI VBD
MXR 175,'B tl

Depreciarion

Liqht

Iil6
GEOrde.ins

ANSI

I
irEt/5/BU

Ni57

064

ri81751BO

rv5/

064

|lB175rC/BU

M57
M5?
M57
M57

064

1IRl75,'C/BD

,11,8175/C,'tl

F25O

0.64

000
10.000
10 000
l0 000
t0 000

.r tsBD

HBU r HBUBaseuotols

b"

FIBD

'

o57

h"',;".r,I
"*
Ba*dow.10 r5

above horlzo.t,

6 000

20 500

rM58

MVR r 500

l0

043

069

10 000

19 500

aT2

064

12 Lr00

a14

066

Ms8

lR400rC/tl*
lriF400/vBUl
rB400r'VBD
lLrB100/C,rVBUi
IIR4DOTCiVBD

M59
M59
M59
M59
tv59
M5!l

360001077

LJ

66

58

064 r
64
59

0
0

1tBt000r'u*
l'/,47

9l;

1r0,000

9,,i

105

9:/2

9-ls

155.000
155 000

1/F1000i'vBUt

070

0 80

000 076

20
20

000

000

l2

20000
20.00Q
20 000

t2 000
r2.000

t5 000 oao

070

os0

087

15 000

t5 000

000

l2

:70

107 400
100 000

080
076

o:'

12 000

15C C00

0sc

087

I000

1? 000

000

M47

LIRlOOO/VBD
TT

,Fl500,llBtlrE M4a

Clear

3 000

'SAF.T.GAFD amps are ava lable Lamp desgnalon rs chafged lrom MVF to
Al olher dala rema ns lhe same Alsoavaiabeasl!1VT4001,l.rorMVT400/CilrU

MVT

FILAMENT AND QUARTZLINE" LAMP DATA


120V Except As Noted)

(
%

VERTICAL LUMENS
GE Ordering

Buminq

o300T3/cL

300
425
500
500
1250

Q425T3/CL

o500T3/cL 030v1

0EE[l[El

O5OOT3,'CL

tarl mercury and Muui-vapor lamps)

or 250T3/CL [208V)

's amp can calse serous skr. b!r. and eye rnlamatron lrom shon wave lliravro ei
Lf o!ter enve ope of lhe lamp rs broken or p!nclored and the arc t!be co.l.!es
r0peraie Do .ol use where peop e w I remain Ior more lhan a fw minutes !n ess ade
:!le shieldrng or oiher saiery preca!lio.s are !sed Crtarn types ol lamps thal wi I aulo-ilcaLyerl.gushwhen lhe oulr envelope is broken are commercialy avaiab e irom lhe
i{eral Elech c Company

5760

8.600

600
t0 250
27100
r0

Lamps tor instanl/on aulohatic switched qua|u

i!alon

RY

5 950
8.900
t0 950
r 1.100
28,000

Qt

50cLlDc

600

o250cL,,DC

(See WARNING on page HO for SAFoToGARD:' Lamp.)


HOBlzONTAL

VEBTICAL

Liqhl
GE Ordering

HR100438
HRr 75439
HRt 750X391

H3AHT.FlOO

H39KC-Fr 75/DX

HR250A37

t-t37KB R250

HF250DX37t

H37KC B25O/DX
H37KC,R25OMDX

HR250!dDX37

rours 10

hours/slarl

H36GW R1000/DX
H36GW-R 1OOo]1lr' DX

081

064

477

057

090

081

11500

042

065

471

21 500

080

063

oT2

54 000
60 000

080

085

aT2
063

3 850
4 200

084

7 950
8.600

089

079
472

8.150

086

086

075

l2

100

094

069

088

3 650
4.000
T 5TO

ro'Watr Lile 24 000+ hours 10 hourr


FR400A33
H33CD R400
HR400DX33i
HR400,!DX33
H33GL R4OO,!VDX
HRr000DX36t

End ol
Aelampins

lniiial

ANSI

Clear
Delxe
Warm DX

t
I

7
7
T

2r.000
22 500

091

085

083

Mo

57.000

63 000

0.45

075

0.54

073

054

'Nlercury Lamp Lumen Dprec at on based on 16.000 ho!rs reaciorballasl


operaiion and rated al8 000lrours of oOerat on

iSAF.I.GARD

amps are ava lable

LampdesAnalo. schangedirom

FBlotsr A .ther drla r-"mains lhe same

2 000
2.OOO

2 000

2 000
2 000

INSTALLATION AUDIBILITY

Meth..l tor Fsnmatina H lD

lncreased use of H.l.D. lighting in commercial and


institutional interiors has shown a need for a more critical
method of rating the audibility o{ a planned installation.
Satisfactory installations can in most instances be achieved

if the equipment is selected for compatibility with the


ambient sound levels to be found in the area due to
air-conditioning and ventilation, people, music, and other
equipment such as typewriters, cash registers, etc.
A new lighting system noise rating method has been
tormulated by G E io enable the lig hting designer to make
this selection with a maximum of accuracy (so large safety
factors are not needed) and a minimum of compuiation.
The rating is designed so that only the minimum knowledge
of acoustics presented here is sufficient to rate a planned

dBA the hum will be audible, and even possibly annoying


to some listeners. For an ambient n the range 40 tb
50dBA, the hum may or may not be audibie depending
onthe listener.Thisregion iscalled' possiblyaudible' on
the Audibllity Chart in Figure 1.
Note that often

which will contribute to the background noise level. Under

this condition the hum of the lighting system may be


annoying; while with completion of the job and with the
normal activity of the occu pants that will be reduced to an
acceptabie or inaud ible level.

CORRECTIONS TO RATING
FOR NON.TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS

The new rating is called the Lighting System NC Rating.


A typical rating is of the form LSNC-45, LSNC-50, eic. lt is

HID Lighting System Noise Criterion ILSNCI Ratings'.)


Experience has shown that audibility of a lig hting system
does not depend on ihe absolute sound level but whether
the hum is audible above the amblent noise present in
the room. lf the hum blends into ihe background noise
the installation is inaudible. We say, in this case, that it is
masked by the background noise. lf the hum obirudes
above the ambient. then the installation mav be audible
or even annoying.

NG AMBIENT RATING

Not all installations are 100 fc in a room with an acoust c

as a basis for the rating, the ighting designer who wants


reater accuracy must apply several correction factors to
the basic rating assigned to the product. These corrections
are usually small so that the system contains reasonable
safeguards againsi misapplication. The following is a

step-by-step method of obtaining these corrections to

be simply added to the Lighting System NC Rating


assigned for the lighting unit.
1. LSNC For the lamp/ballast/fixture chosen for the installation, look up the rating in the product literature. Suppose, for example. the rating

L,

level of 100 footcandles has been chosen and the designer


wanls to know whether the hum from the installation will
be audible. He finds from the product literature that ihe
rating for the lighting unit to be used is LSNC-42. ln
Figure 1 the dotted line has been drawn representing
such a system.
It the LSNC-42 systern is installed in a typical supermarket

or merchandising store where the ambient sound ievels


range from 50 to 65 dBA, the hum will be completely
inaudible as indicated on the audibility chart (Figure 1).
lf , however, the room is a library where the ambient is 35
D.ta subiect ro chanse withatt nonce

is

LSNC-42.

/l

Select the desired average maintained footcandle level. Suppose, for example, the des gn
level is 200 fc raiher than 100 fc. From Table
obtain ihe illumination correction factor LE =+3
Revise the total rating upward from LSNC-42
to LSNC-45.
'1

[NC) curve which describes it. From the definition oi ihe


NC curves this rating is simply 8 dB less than the sound
pressure level one would measure with a sound level
meter (A-scale) in a room having such an ambient noise
level. ln other words, if a luminaire is raled LSNC-42. the
minimum noise ambient which will mask the hum of a 100
footcandle installation of such units is 50 dBA sound
pressure level.

Suppose a particular lamp/ballast/fixture un it has been


selected. The application is a typical indoor installation
having acoustic tile ceiling, gypsum or concrete block
walls, and a vinyi tile or wood floor. Suppose that a light

'tT

tile ceiling, hard walls, and hard floor.


For those installations which depart from the lighting
or acoustic character of the reference installation used

Specifically, the Lighting Systems NC Rating is the


minimum level ot background noise which masks the
hum frorn a 100 {ootcandle installation of the un ts ln a
iypical indoor environment. The numerical ratrng on this
masking arnbient is given in terms of the noise criterion

APPLICATION EXAMPLE:
RATING A TYPICAL INSTALLATION

contractor, consultant, or owner inspects

an installaiion prior to occupancy, or even prior to


completion of the air-conditioning or other equiprnent

installation.

determined by averaging rneasurements made on six


units of the type to be rated selected at random from
those rnanufactured. General Electric has shown that
sufficient statistical accuracy requires that six units be
tested. A recently adopted standard specifies that'one
or more be tested. (See NEMA Publication LE2-1974,

(l

Corrclion Faotor, LF

15lo 35
351o70

-3

70 to 140
14Oto 300

Ln

+3

lf the designed installation departs in acoustic

treatment from the typica room, the room reverbration correction factor LF must be applied
to the rating. The typical room has an acousiic
tile ceiling, walls, and floor. A wrde range of
acoustic reflectances can be encountered
among practical interior surfaces. However, significant corrections to the rating occur primari y
for highly reverberant rooms such as gymnasium, swimming pool, and large auditorium
installations. A good rule of thumb for gyms
and swimming pools is to add the correction

Ln -*10 to the LSNC rating. For almost all


other indoor installations, this correction is
small. Table ll shows the ranges of LR correctlons for four primary c asses of rooms.

NSTALLATION AUDI BI LITY

ROOM REVERBEHATION CORRECTION FACTORS-LR

thp nsErraron NC 'atins

'il"T:3'.??;,iiJlil;"t?::fRoom Type
I

Description I

Ln

MEDIUM LIVE BOOM

MEDIUM-DEAD ROOM
Radio

Studio

Studio
Lecture Hall

TV

Church
Gymnasium
Factory

All room surfaces have

1 good sound absoetion


proprties, e,g.
Ceiling: fiber glass
panel boards
Walls: heavily draped
Floors: heavy padded
carpets

I
I

All room surlaces are


reasonably hard, o.g.

Ceilingiplastered or
gypsum

board
oanelinq, I
I

Walls wood

i -3

+6

qypsum board,

unpainted brick or
cement block
Floors: tiled or wood

AVERAGE ROOM

LIVE ROOM

Store, Pestaurant, Mosl roorn surlaces


Horel Room. Hosprral. have some sound
Library, Church,
I absorption, e.g.
Offic
I Ceiling: iiber board o.
fiber qlass paneling
Walls: wood paneling
or gypsum board
Flooisr tiled or wood

Gymnasium
Swimming

All room surfaces are

Pool

hard, e.g.

Ceiling:

plastered
concrete
br;ck

gypsum or
$ialls: painted
or concrele
Floors: concrete

+10

TABLE 2 CORRECTED LSNC

The corrected rating for the installatjon is found from


the sums LSNC + LE + LF. To determine the audibility of
the installation, compare this new value either
0 Use Flgure 1, or
(2) from noise surveys of existing installations sirnilar to
the one being planned, or

(3)to the range of estimated amb ent sound levels obtained from flgure 1, or
(4)to the noise criterion (NC) design level used to
specify the air-conditioning system (Use Figure 1).

SUMMARY
The general approach to appiication of the rating is as
followsl
1. From the product literature, obtain the Lighting System NC rating for the lamp/ballast/fixture unit.
2. Apply correctlons for average maintained lig ht level,
Table 1 (LE) and room reverberation, Table 2, (LE) as is
appropriate to the particular insiallatlon.
3. lf the Fating is equal to or less than the LSNC level
specif ied or expected in the space when occupled, and
the appropriate airconditioning is on, no hum will be
audible. This is determlned by constructing a vertical
line on Fig. 1 for the corrected LSNC rating of the
proposed system.
4. lf the Fating is between zero and 10 dB higher than

the ambient expected or specified from the

conditioning equipment, and people present in the


space, the hum rnay be audible but not annoying. See
Figu re 1.

5. lf the Rating is more than 10d B above the expected


or specified ambient, the hum will be audible and possibly annoying. A quieter lighting unit may have to be
selected. This could mean: (a) choosing another ballast type for the desired lam p/fixtu re wh ich has a lower

LSNC Rating for the assernbly, (b) choose another

lamp type for the desired fixtu re whose LS

NC

Rating is

lower (c) select another standard fixture for the desired lamp/ballast for which the LSNC Rating of the
assembly is lower (d) refer to iactory for speclal
lu nr

inaire desiq

n.

air-

AUOIBILITY CHART

ES OF TYPICAL AMBIENT LEVELS

55-80
45-70

45-55

DeDartmentStore Maln Floor

4+50

Mrlli-P0rods. Ha l/Auditori0fr

40-50
35-45
35 .15
25 35

.s
ei
d-

o6

40,50
35 45
30-40
30-40

School and Classroom

LIGHI NC SYSTEM NC RAT NG


35-40
30-,10

(][@
'Toobla

n dBA add
assroom.r ass.mb v 30 40

concspo..l.q sou.d evels

"Wh-on lspd

I.r.

lo lh-ase I Slres

FIGU RE

a plot ol

iln.tion ol the L linng Syslem NC Fl3l.A


or NC -"ve assoc ated wLth the ambent noLse n

nsla lal on aLrd b lt_v as a

afd the $!.d


llic acl!a rooni

The

dotled

.-c represents

glrt n9 un t raled LSNC 42

Drtr :Lrre.r rd .ha'qe ,'1r.rr ror,.e

--

THE STEADILUX"' BALLAST STORY


G E's Steadilux ballasted lum inaires incorporate the
most advanced and soph isticated ballast desig n tech-

nology available tor high intensity discharge (HlD)


lig hting in the industry today. Utilizing space-age solid
state components, the Steadilux ballast provides
definite economical and operating benefits not realized with other HID type ballasts.
What is the Steadilux ballast? Conventional ballast
desig ns use steel cores with coil windings and capacitors to achieve the proper electrical characteristics
necessary to reliably operate high pressure sodium
(H PS) lamps initially and through life. Electronic ballasts range from conventional ballasts with electronics
added to high frequency, solid state electronic ballasts. The Steadilux ballast is a hybrid design which
combines a conventional core and coil and capacitor
with an electronic controL
Why is the Steadilux ballast better than a conventional ballast? The electronically regulated ballast
uses solid state components and incorporates a feedback loop which measures lamp volts and lamp current. The control circuit monitors ihe data and controls
the lamp watts at pre-determined levels, depending
on the in put data.
The best conventional regulator design ballast available controls lamp watts to within about an 1 1% spread
for t10% line voltage variation. The Steadilux ballast
achieves =1% regulation of lamp watts for 110% line
voltage variation while holding nearly constant lamp
lumens throughout lamp lif e.
Normally, an HPS lamp will deliver about 90% of
its original lamp lumens at the mean point in its lite
and lighting design calculations are based on this
mean iumen maintenance. When an electronically
regulated ballast is used, the precise control of lamp
wattage compensates {or the normal lumen depreciation and the lumen output of the lamp remains almost
constant. The input wattage goes up slowly over life,
but never rises more lha 2'/".

Superior control of the lamp output means that 10%


fewer fixtures are needed for equivalent maintained
footcandle levels. With 10% fewer f ixtures to own and
maintain, costs will be correspondingly less. Greater
energy savings result from not only fewer fixtures
but also an input waitage reduction for each fixture.
These savings are possible because lamp lumen output does not depreciate when electronically regulated [Steadilux) ballasts are used. The output of the
luminaire will depreciate slightly because of dirt
accumulation, but the lamp itself will continue to
operate close to its rated lumen output throughout
life.
Where is the Steadilux ballast used? The Steadilux
ballast is the choice where better energy usage and
regulation is desired. Energy usage is at least 10%
more eff icient and constant lumen output allows more
accuracy in lighting design. While electronically regulated ballasts have been used mainly for industrial
applications, ihey can be used on roadways as well.
In desig n ing roadway lighting systems, the nearly constant lamp lumen output produced by electronically
regulated ballasts allows you to use a lower wattage
HPS lamp to maintain the same minimum light level.
Energy savings are so substantial that the pavback
for converting a mercury or fluorescent system to
HPS with Steadilux ballasted luminaires is usuallv
two years.
Remember these features of the Steadilux ballast.
1. lvlaintained footcandle levels achieved through
nearly constant lumen output
2. Lower wattage consumption per fixture
3. Super reg u lation

{l
(T

dl

These features provide these benefits to you.


1.10% fewer fixtures
2. Lower energy cost
3. Lower owning and operating costs

TYPICAL LUCALOXi LAMP OPEBATING CHABACTEB ISTICS


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HOWTO SELECT
HOWTO SHOW THAT IT OPERATES THE LAMP PROPERIY

HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM BALLASTS

LAI\,4P

AC'LINE

BALLAST

BALLAST FUNCTIONS

2.

Matches system llne vo tage io amp


Properly starts and operates amp

With the Mercury Ballast the major performance cons deration is the balLast performance when the ine vo tage varies. With the HPS
the ballast must compensate for changes in the jamp voltage as well as for changes in the ine vo tages. The operating voltage
of an HPS lamp can change as much as 60% as it ages and the ballast operating characteristics throughout the life ot the lamp is the
key to good system performance.
amp,

HPS BALLAST TY

. Non-Regulating

Reactor
Lag

High Reactance
Auto Transf ormeaReactor

Lead-Type Regulators
CWA Constant Wattage Auto-Regulator
or Auto-Regu ator
CWI -Consiant Wattage lsolated Winding

Lag-Type Regulators
Magnetic Regulators
Regulated Lag

lf the WRONG ballast is inslalled, il can:


. Waste

. Produce lower than desired light leve s


. lncrease wiring and circuit breaker installation

energy and increase operaiing costs

. Severely shorten Lamp Life


. Signlficantly add to system s maintenance costs

costs

ResuLt in lamp cycling when voltage dips occur

FACTORS TO SELECTING THE RIGHT HPS SALLAST:


TYPE

Non-Begulating
(Reactor, Lag)
LINE VOLTAGE VARIATION
_ LOSSES

Lead-Type Regulator

(cwa, cwl)

tS%

Lag-Type Begulator
(Magnetic Regulator)
::t 10%

1A%

20 to 50% ess
ihan Lag-Type

10 to 40% less than

Lag-Type Regulator

Regulator
POWER FACTOR

90+ to B0%

S0+ to 65%

_DIP TOLERANCE
_FUSING CURRENT

25% ta 10%
1.5 times

35%

tAMP WATTAGE REGULATION

Operating
2.5% lot eaah
1% change of
ne vo tage

to

90%+
60% to 30%

10%

Operating

Operat ng
1 5%

for each

1%

0.8% for each 1%

change of line

change

voltage

voltage

of

ine

ALL LSD BALLASTS HAVE 6 MONTH OPERATING CAPABILITY WITH CYCLING LAMP
Line Voltage Regulation is the ability oi a ballast to contro amp
,ncoming ,'e vo tage va'es
Line voltage variation can be caused by fluctuations n supp y
from the power company Pub c utility commisslons norrnally permit the util ty company ]:6% line voltage variat on. Thls allows
them to respond to excess ve peak demands such as summer air
conditioning loads or winter fuel shortages.
Line voltage can also vary because of the length oi the wiring
run or conductor size used in an nstalJation. Long runs produce
voltage drops
Starting Problems can occur with non-regulating bal asts when
the line vo taqe drops below 95% rated. Non-regulating ballasts
also produce large changes in light output as line voltage changes
A 1% line voltage change wlll cause a 2.5% Light outp!t change.
Lead-type regulating ballasts are designed ior .10% line voltage
variation and a 1% change jn llne voltage wil produce a 15%
change jn llght output.
Lag-type regulatlng ballasts are designed for r:10% line wat
wartage as the

tage variation and a T% change primary voltage


change in ljght output.

0.8%

wil

produce a

Power Factor (PF) is the rat o of I ine volts x amps) and is expressed as a percentage. A high power factor (HPF) ballast must
have a power iactor of at least 90%. Anything less is considered
normal power factor (NPF) NPF designs normally range from 4060%.

A NPF ballast draws about twice the operating line current ol


a HPF

design and may require larger conductor, switches, breakers

or dlstribuiion transformers for the same lighting oad. Where

NPF Iighting load adversely aflects overa I power factor, energy


rates may be signiticantly increased.
A lag-type regulating bal ast wil have a power factor greater
than 90% throughout the rated life of the lamp regard ess of lne
voltage or lamp aging A leadtype reguLating ballast wil inliially
have at least 90% PF but may drop as low as 65% due to lamp
aging. lt is possib e for a H PF non-regu ating bailast to drop slightly
be ow 90% as lamps and capacitors age

HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM BALLASTS


Voltage Dip Tolerance ls the ability oi a ballasi to operate a lamp
during sudden voltage drops caused when other loads such as
motors, compressors, induction furnaces, arc welders, etc. are
switched on line.
Lamp voltage rise is a normal operating characteristic of HPS
lamps as they age. As aging occurs, dip tolerance deterloraies.
Non-regulating and lead-type regulalors (CWA) systems become
very suscepiible to lamp drop out after mid-life on circuits that
experience more than 10-15% line voltage dip.

HOWTO SELECT
HOWTO SHOW THAT IT OPERATES THE LAMP PROPERLY

tage and line voltage regulation, dip tolerance, stable power factor
and lower fusing currents. As a resu t, since regulating ballasts

are being asked to do more work, these ballasts have higher


losses.

Tolerance to Abnormal or Lamp End ol Lile Operating Conditions


refers to ballast and starting aid operations following a lamp open
or short circuit failure or when a high pressure sodium lamp reaches
the end of life and starts to cycle.
Regardless of whether the bailast is a regulat ng or non-regulating

design, a HPS systern (which includes the electromagnetic core


and coil, the starting aid and the capacito0 should be capable of
a 6 months extended period of operation in any of these three
luminaire abnormal operating conditrons. All Lighting System Department ballasts are designed and tested for these condiiions.
6

How Can lTell ll The Ballast Will Operale The Lamp Properly?
Simple - Each high pressure sodium ballast design has its own
fingerprint: The volt-watt trace.
Lamp manufacturers provide ballast designers with specifications that establish a ballast s operating characteristics necessary
for lhe ldmp to achreve puol,shed perforrnance

Energy Consumption is dependent on lamp wattage and ballast


losses. Two out of three factors must be known in order to evaluate
enerqy consumption.
Line lnput Wattage - The sunr of lamp wattage and ballast

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Lucalox - Lamp,
40o-watt
Manutacturers
Specilications
(TraDezoid)

Lamp Wattage

- The watiage delivered to the lamp by the ballast. This value is normally measured in the laboratory under
controlled test conditions using a spec al lamp. A lamp is selected for norninal lamp voltage and the ballast is operated at
nominal line voltage.
Ballast Losses

Line input watts minus lamp watts equal ballast

losses. Ballast losses represent the energy consumed by the


ballast to operate the lamp. Standard industry practice is to measure and publish ballast losses without the luminaire. This practice
has been lollowed because no two fixtures are alike in construction, component location or operate at the same temperatu

re.

The amount of energy consumed is dependent on the type of


ballast selected, its design, construction and materials composition. A non-regulating ballast can be designed to produce
minirnum losses at a specific line voltage. lf the incoming supply
is difterent, an additional transformer must be used and energy
consumption increases substantially. Regulating ballast designs
compromise losses for other desirable features such as lamp wat-

LAMP VOLTS

Due to normal lamp manufacturing tolerance a new HPS lamp


may vary from its nominal design voltage as much as 15%. lnitial
lamp lumen output will vary by approximately the same amount.
Remernber also, that as the HPS lamp ages, its lamp voltage increases until the ballast can no longer sustain lamp operation and
end of life cycllng begins. The ability of the ballast to operate the
lamp at higher voltages is referred to as the lamp drop-out point.

The lamp drop-out point should be higher than the end-of-life

lamp voltage in order to allow for llne voltage dips and fixture effects.
Engineers must develop ballast designs that will reliably start
and operate new and aging lamps. The relationship between lamp
wattage and lamp voltage that occurs as the lamps age while being operated by a ballast produces ihe volt-watt trace lingerprint.

TYPICAL 4OO-WATT HPS VOLT-WATT TRACES

Non-Regulating
(Reactor, Lag)

Lead-Type Regulators

(cwA, cwt)

LAMP VOLTS

Lag-Type Regulators
(Maqnetic Regulator)

HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM BALLASTS

OPERATING A HPS LAMP


AAOVE WATTACE LIMITS
GBEATLY ACCELEBATES

ALGLAS SURFACE

Chemical Composition: Quartz95%

1.

line ALGLAS coating is

LAMPVOLTAGE FISE
ANDCAN SHORTEN
LAMP LIFE BY AS
MUCH AS 50-70%.

silica while commercial glasses,

such as soda-lime and borosilicate are only 60-80% Silica.


The greater purity ofthe ALGLAS
finish increases its flexibility and

light transmission.

Surlace Smoothness: Surfaces of ALGLAS, Alzakt and


2.

SHORT LIFE
LOWWATTAGE OPEFATIONS CAN CAUSE STAFTING PBOBLEMS OF PBEMATIJFE

prismatic glass were cornpared


using a profilometer to measure

surface smoothness. The traces


of Alzak and prismatic glass re-

ALZAK SURFACE

vealed significantly more light


scattering, rippling and roughness than did the ALGLAS trace.
Electron microscope observances
confirmed this finding (see photo

opposite paragraph I below).


3. Coating Continuity: ALGLAS
coating is continuous and pinhole
free. Complete immersion of ihe
reflector in the silicate solution insures uniform coating of all surfaces.
4. Cleanability: ALGLAS finish is
smootherthan pressed glass and
readily lends itself to a thorough
cleaning with a standard detergent and water.
5. Durabilitvand Salety: ALGLAS

RESISTANCE TO
CHEMICAL ATTACK
Fellector Sudaces
Boro

silicale
Chemical Reaqenls

is a high quality glass coating Sull!r


that is chemically inert, giving
it

ALzak Alo

flectors that are breakable and


potentially dangerous.
PNODUCE LOWEA LIGHT LEVELS THAN ANTICIPATED OF CONSUME EXTRA
ENERCY WHILE
PBOVIDING HIGHEF
LIGHT LEVELS THAN

0EstREo.

AVS

The ALGLAS finish was found


to be superior to the Alzak finish
and comparable to borosilicate
glass in resistance to chemical
attack (see chari for partial list
of reagents tested).
7. Optical Performance: Outstanding smoothness of the
ALGLAS finish (see ohotol results in optimum reflector specularity and the high light transrnission of the unique coating
results in maximum reflector ef-

AS
NN

So2

ASN

AV Attacks Vigorously

AVSAilacks Very Slow y


N No Eflect

OPTICAL PERFORMANCE

re-

flectors can be uniformly produced on precision tooling in


contrast to the production of
pressed glass reflectors where
time,
causes imperiections in the prismatic glass surfaces.

to Corrosive Environments: ALGLAS coated


8. Besistance

samoles have remained briqht


and specular after 2500 hours
in salt fog while Alzak f inish sam-

ples lost most of their specularity

after the standard 500 hours


ASTM test. ALGLAS also showed

superior seacoast weathering


characteristics over

Data

period.

stbtect ta change ||'thaut notice

iReqislredTradnarkolGe.era

tPropnia.yterm oiA um num c

ect

c Company

N
N

tool degradation, with

AODED ENENGY COST

AS

Saltsl

6. Resistance to Chemical Attack: No2

ficiency. ALGLAs-coated
LOW LiGHT LEVELS

the chemical durability of plate

ALGLAS are lightweight and unbreakable, as opposed to heavy


conventional prismatic glass re-

A BALLAST THAT M!SSES THE NOMINAL LINE VOLTAGE OESIGN CENTEN MAY

Glass

glass. Reflectors coated with

PAEMATURE CYC!ING

as

seven-year
ALGLAS Sudaco

Eloclron microscope photo


maqniticalion 35,000

ADVANTAGES OF USING A FILTERING SYSTEM

Accelerated laboraiory iesis several years ago


ndrcated that a well-designed luminaire which incorporaled an absorptivo filler
activated charcoal

Lum6n

Year

contaminants io an average oi 1% por year. The


averaoe. we Idesigned non-lillored -m _dir.
serv ce ioday accumu ates contaminants within the
optical assembly that can deprecrate the light outpui
at a rate n the order of 4-5% pet yeat.
The foLlowing s gn f cant factors have been ob-

il

r00

It s rnteresting io noie ihat ihe ight loss due


to contaminants on the ouis de oi ihe refractor
bolh I'om these tesls and earlier lests
are m nor.

w nd and rain tend to keep this loss in the range

ngactionof the

o11-2%.

795
730
97
96
95

1l

'

12

T6

12

tQ0

13

t6

94
88
82
76

16

lQ0

Even under idea cleanlng conditions and using


the best known cleaning materials, coniaminaiion
on the reilector s extremely d iflcLrlt to remove
once it ls 'baked on
ln the lle d t is rmposslble to resiore a reflector
to its or ginal condition due to permanent damage
mparted during cleaning

r5

94
88
82
76

Coniaminants whlch alfect light contro and reduce elft-rency besidee d, l pa rc es ol va-yrng
sizes are vapors and gases wh ch either corrode
theopt calconiro surfaces or deposit frlnrs that are
subsequently baked on bv amp heat. Chemical
analys s of typical contaminants removed from re-

18
19
2A

carbons, nitroqen diox de and sulphur dioxide al


of which exh bit a tendency to bond io the s!rlace
oi aspecular minimum ref ector. This deposit formed
on ihe reilector surface is ihe largest contribut nq
factor in the degradat on of light outpui

There are three means ot filtering optical assemblies now be ng used (1) activated charcoa,
(2) dacron felt and (3) fiber glass. A of ihese can
be very effeciive n keep ng particulates or so ids
from enter ng such assemblles However, removal
oi ihe molecular species (hydro-carbons n trogen
oxide, nitrogen dioxide, and suLiur dioxide) s not
eiiectively accomplished w ih the dacron felt or
tiber glass type filters. These vapors, however wiil
absorb on the activaled charcoal thereby reducing
their concentraiion as the air breathes lnto the opticalassembly
Frorn exper ence, gaseous contam nants ns de
ihe lum na re present a serious prob em because
ordinaryclean nq rnethods oiten far to remove these
deposits. wh ch then becorne permanent if leit on
the retlector ioo oag
It wou d be well to state at ihis point that simply
providinq a tilter in a luminaireis not the only answer
to optical assembly cleanliness. The luminaire design and quality musi be such that the system is
seald to oplimize the amount ot air that llows into
lhe optical assembly through the lilter. Th s means
that any leak areas must be held w th n certa n
specitied lmits.
Sealed-Filtered luminaires. The objecilve of a
f iered unit is to maximLze the resisiance oi a r
flow inio the opiical assembly throuqh a I locations
excepl in the fitering area. The rea advantaqe of
an efiect vely liltered luminaire over a sealed unit
becon'res apparent on analys s oi a unit that
developed a eak.
The effect oi a small eak which may be just a
pinho e is quite d iferent in a sea ed{iltered un t
than in ihe noniiltered but sealed unit. The liller
creates a low resislance llow path in parallel with
any leaks in the luminaire (See Fiqore 2).
The volume of air 'breathed n and out by the
f ltered un t wlll be the same as for the sea ed but
Ieaklno unit However onlv ihat portion oi the flow

notgolngthro!qhthefilierw I causedepreciaton

100
94
88
A2
76

100
950
90 2
457
A1 4

Tola
Ouiput
%

100

893
79.4

743
61 q

100

912

94
88
82

5
6

845
779

s60
9
10

ll

94
88
a2

699
940

12

i00

93

a1 4

13

92

810
15

94
88
a2

17
18
19
20

94
88
82
T6

91

92 1'

921

2
903
894
885

857
795
733
673

91

a2

7
6
747

77.7

7a

69.2

728
692
657

684
609
539

646
4
583

607
540
41A

6lo'
540
55.1
52 3
497

61 0

6t

100

893
427
763

95
94
93
92

2% gan fronr wp nq ortsrdeand nsde


atramprns {Dervedrromactua

'Assunre

f ector surfaces under tests include unburned hydro-

in liqhi outpui.

86.2

100
9

0
1
2
3
4

100

931

98',

l0

oi accumulation can cause


slgniiicanl loss in I qht output.

r00

94
88
82
76
94
88
a2

. A lighi, thin film

Yr.

100

There can be a drastic reduci on in light output


due to contaminants within the optica assembly oi
a nonJiltered luminaire.

1%

19499
28898
34297
476S6

served:

Lamp Opllcal
Lumi Assembly
Yoar Dpr6c Doproc
11Y..
61'Yr

OPrical
Assmb y

Deprec

6%Yr.

rl

Wpe Every Four Years

Wlpe Every Four Years

helps keep the light reduct on due to internal

undernormalconditionstheclean

retractor

testdaia)

61

(l

545
48.5
42.9
37 a

-AssLrme 5.6% ga n lrom w p ng reiraclor inside and out


ai relampins (Derived lrom actla tesldataJ

THE USER BENEFITS FBOI\4 FILTEFED LUIVINAIRES


The effect of a filier on total light output can best be shown by F qure 1. Laflp lumen depreciation
(dotied ine) is iaken to be approximatey 6% per year. Optical assembly depreciation is 5% per year
for an uni ltered lum na re versus 1% per year for a fi tered lumina re Total lighl oulpul of the umina re
for each year s then ihe product of both lamp lumen depreciation and the optical assembly deprecialion

rl

At the end of an assurned iour-year relamp ng nterva, a new amp s nsta led and the refractor
nside and out w th a dry cloth, thereby br nqing the combrned eff c ency s gn i cani y up in
both cases bLri never to the orig nal(100%) value.

swped

:eo
:
:Bo

!60

Figure

Torat Light Ourput

Not on y does the iitered lun'r na re de iver more ight ai the end oi the iour year period

(737;1.

butatthetme oi rearnpng and ceanng the unit s nearly restored to its orginal conditon Theunf ltered urnina re can only recover 877; of iis orlg na I ght output
Projecting these curves with subseq!ent relamplng per ods every four years shows that at ihe 20ih
year the nonji tered uminaire would be de iver ng on y 37 8% oi or qinal light oLrtput

The portions of the a r f ow which go ihrough


the fi ter and the leaks depends inversely on their
relat ve flow resirict ons much the same as current flow throlgh para lel e ectr ca res stors.
For Examp e il the resistance to flow of the eak
were 20 t mes ihat oi the fl ter, ess than iive per
cent of the air breathed in enlers through the eak
-fr. T.a_< 'ar r rr're ed lum 'd e wor o eq-lla
21 t mes as long to draw n as much contamrnated
air as a sealed bui non f ltered unit with an equal
srzed eak

iiii*o
Leak

=!

o .-.

Frsure2

ll

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APPLICATION DATA

Floodlight Spacing lrlounting Height Aiming

H1

FIood light Aiming lnstructions

H3
H4
H5
H6

lllumination Levels (for Outdoor Lighting) .


Outdoor Qurck Selector......
Illumination Levels (for lndoor Lighting) .. .
lndoor Ouick Selector. .....
Warehouse Lighting.
Sporis Lig hting
Regulation Tennis..
Non-regulation Baseball and Softball . .
Regulation Baseball
Requlation Football.

H7

GFFIcarloN

H8,

H10
H10, 11

Hl2
H13

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FLOODLIGHT

aspAcrrtG

&

MOUNTING HEIGHT

SPACING

AIMING

[4oul.tnl,rc HEtc.HT sElFcr-]rtoo)


"2X - 4X RULE"

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INTEBIOB
POLES
Areas lighted from centra locatio ns can be more econom ical
but periphery locations are also desirable to provide needed
vislbility at entrances and exits.
4t

"2/'

'2/"

rax
l

BUILDING
MOUNTED

li luminaire locations are limited to only one slde of the area

PER IMETER

to be lighted, the system will be effective for a distance

PO LES

li corner locations are not used, the distance from any side
location to the edge of the area should not exceed twice
the mounting height.

of only two mounting heights unless the owner is agreeable


to compromise the quality of the installation from the glare
standpoint.

FLOODLIGHT AIMING INSTRUCTIONS


,

AIMING

lllumination on vertical

For normal area lighting the aiming point should be 2/3 3/4 tne distance across the area or twice the rnounting height
whichever is the lowest value. Higher aimlng angles will not
improve utilization and uniformity.

<

\,\

oTlt

su

rfaces

is

often as importantas hori-

zontal illumination. This is especially true in outdoor work


area and security lighting. The vertical illumination in line with
ihe floodlight can be determined by the ratio of the horizontal
distance to the mounting height. ll, for example, the horizontal
distance is twice the mounting height the vertical illurnination will be twice the horizontal.

+.HORIZONTAI, AIMINC
Floodlights with NEfr,4A 6 or 7 horizontal beams will effectively

'ln" .,,, ? ''il

light an area 45 degrees to either side of the aiming line.


Perimeter poles therefore need at least two floodlights to
cover the area in all drrections. Narrower beam floodlights require less separation to achieve uniform llghtlng.

The hlghest horizontal illumination a iloodlight can produce at a distance from the pole occurs when the maximum

intensity or candlepower is aimed to form approximately a


3, 4, 5 triangle. This is useful when determining pole height
for area lighting or setback for building floodlighting.

NEMA

lrrlH
l

18" 29.

1eo

60.

6
7

i 30o+

i20.
D.ta srbte.t ta .hanse ||nhout natice

ILLUMINATION LEVELS
The I ghting installation shouid be des gned and the luminaire se ected on the basis of ninimum maintained light leveis rather than
ILLU

INATION LEVELS

ROADWAY

r50

AB
aprons lo appror 50 feet oul
aprons to appro! 200leel oui

c-D

TO

100
50
30

30

2A

2A

t5

2A

15

l0

t5

Tera cotra,liqlrl rna.ble or Dlaster

Bedlord or b!fl limesione. smooth


bufllace brck concrete alum num
smooth or medi!m gray b.ick,
common tan or dark ileld qray brick

100
30
20

t
Aulo Norse.
B cyc e

Dos

[io!r

N4olorcyc e

nq. competitro. recreanona ]

20

30.20 r0
30
20

t0

15 t0
HLmp area-side oi car for read na .!mbers

olrnament

Recreational

10

,ltt
Protess ona or chrmFronsh p

.__-Z

OUTDOOR QUICK SELECTOR

a\

The Quick Selector is used where wide beam floodlights are


mounted inside or on the perimeter of the area to be Lighted.
Where the poles are setback irorn the edge, the area between
the pole and the lighted area should be inciuded in ihe total.
Do not use this method for sports lighting or where the setback
exceeds the floodlight mounting height.
Example: An industrial yard measuring 150 x 270 feet needs to
be lighted. To minimize obstructions, perimeter pole locations
have been specified.
1.

Determine the suggested illumination level (see page H4J.


Five footcandles maintained is recommended for industrial
yards.

2. Determine the pole locations and minimum rnounting height.

See page H3 for suggested pole placement and mounting


height.

width=4x-150

or

x = 37.5

using two poles per side

Using 400-watt lamps

1!!9 = 1o rloodlishts
400
Using 1000-watt lamps

1Q!!=4ioodishts
1000
The 1ooo-watt floodlights will produce the lowest cost system
and should be used. lf unilormity is criticai,400-watt floodlights could be used but the quantity would have to be increased
to 12 to be symmetrical or, with a slight loss in light level,
reduced to I floodlights with two on each pole.
6. Select the iloodlight type. The 1000-watt lamp can be used
in the Powr.Spot6, Powerfloodo or HLX Powerfloodo floodlights. The HLX Powerflood floodlight has the best beam spread
for this apolication because ol its qood vertical beam control.
7. Locate the poles and select the best aiming points (see page
H3). See sample layout (Fig.2).

length=8x=270
x

t-

33.75',

Four 35- or 39{oot steel or aluminum poles should be used.


The 3sjoot pole will be less expensive. The SgJoot pole will
provide better lighting uniformity and reduced shadows.
3. Using the graph (Fig. 1) determine the total lamp wattage
required. Since a Lucaloxo lighting system has the highest

efficiency,.it should be preferred. Locate the 5 footcandle

value and draw a line frorn this point to the intersection of the

diagonal Lucalox line. From this point draw a line io the

bottom of the graph and read the value. Five footcandles requires 0.'1 lamp watts per square foot.
4. Calculate the area and multiply this value by the watts per
square foot to find the total lamp watts.
150 x 270 - 40,500 ft.,
40,500 ft., x 0.1 w/ft = 4,050 lamp watts
5. From the Lucalox lamp wattages available (see page G5),
calculate the floodlight quantity. The higher wattage Lucalox
floodlights are available in 400- and 1000-watt sizes.

Fig. 2

LUCALOX
MULTI-VAPOR
tlt RcURY
INCANDESCENT

10.o

o
u.l

J
d 5u
_^

o
F
o
o
l!
o

z
F

2
=
5
J

1.0

o
I!

z^F

a
=
IJJ
a
tr
Lu

0 001

01

0.01

16

0.22

054

1.0

LAMP WATTS/SOUAFE FOOT

Fig

Data stbte.t ta .hanae wtthaut natce


I Feq ste'ed Tradefrark or General Erectfc Company

ILLUMINATION LEVELS
The I ght ng insiallation should be desiqned and the lum
i

(
Airplane Manutacturing

Assemb y, nspect on, hanqer


Dr llrng, riveting, screw fastenlng
Weldlng

Assembly
Rough easy seeinq
Rough difi cult seeing

100
70
50

CoalTipples and Cleaning Plants


Break ng screening, and cleaning

Paper lVanutacluring
Beaters,
F nishinq,
Hand
Paper machlne ree,

qrindinq
cutting
countrng
nspection
Rewinder

Depots, Terminals. Stalions


Concoutse
P atforms

30

Wa t ng, resirooms

50

Baqqaqe

30
50
10
10O

15o

100

[,4ed um

a
2

Electrical Equipment Manulacturing

lmpregnating

Auditoriums
Socialact v t es

lnsu ating

coilw ndlng

iesiing

50
100

15

Exhibit ons

30

Automobile Manulacturing

Body and chassis assembly


Body paris manuiaclLrrlng
Frame assenrb y

Banks
Lobby, general
Wr ilng areas
Tellers stations postinq and keypunch

1O0

70
50

50
10
150

Printing
Phoioengrav ng etching.

ocking
inspecting
Presses
Proofread nq
Composrnq room

Eleclrical Generating Station


(see Centra Station)

50
200

Color

Explosives (see Chemica Works)


Annealinq iurnaces
Cleaning
Core mak ng
nspection

c
c
c

7O

150

100

Bubber Goods and Tire Manulacturing

linq

Plasticai nq, mi
Fabric cult ng hose looms

modng

Bu ldinq, wrapping, cur

L,lediu m

nq

30
50
70

llo

d ng
Pouring, sorlinq

Garaqes-Motor Vehicles
Canning and Preserving
contrnuous belt canning,
s nk canning
General hand packing
Label ng and cartoning

100
50
30

Glass Manutacturinq
M x and fLrnace rooms, pressing and
lehr glass blow ng mach nes
Gr nd ng cLrtiing sivering
Fine gr nd ng leve ing, polishing

Cenkal Slation
Aircond i on ng equipment, air pre
heater and fan f

oor ash s !icing

Aux liaries battery rooms, boiler


ieed pumps tanks. comDressors
gauge area

Boier platforms
Burner plattorms
Cable room, circu ator or pump bav
Chemica laboratory
Coa conveyor, crusher leeder,
scale areas, pulverizer,lan area,

2A

l0

20
10

50
10

Condensers deacrator floor


evaporator floor heater floors
tsydrogen and carbon d oxide
man fold area
Precip tators
Screen house
Soot or s ag blower platform
Steam headers and lhrottles

10
2A
10
2A
10

to
30

Dalas]b]e.lla.Ilan'efh.lirc|i..e

lron and Steel llJ! a n ula clu ring


Stock, hottop checker
ce ar calcining
BLr lding slag pits skipping yard
Control plaitorms, rolling m lls
mixer bui d nq, machine room
Shearing t n plate
lvlachine Shops
Rough bench
Medium bench, rough grindinq,

bufi ng

10
2A

50
100

30
50
100

10
2A

30
50

50
100

lvlaterials Handling

Loadlng trucking
P ck ng stock classiiying
Wrapping, pack nq abeling
Slauqhier ng

20
30
50

Stores
C rcu ation area, stockroom
Merchand s ng, serviced

30
100

Texlile Mills
Colton

It

Picking, carding, roving. sp nn ng


Beaming and s ashing
Drawing

Others
Silk and Synthelics
Soaking, iinting,
cond t oning

30

W nding slashing lght


thread
Same as above with
dark thread

200

Oihers

100

Tobacco Products
Dry ng, str pp ng

50

genera

Warehousing, Slorage
nactive

Corr dors sia rways

Fead nq transcr b ng
Regu ar off ce work

20.
70
100

Accounting aud ting iabulat nq,


bLrs ness mach ne

Rough b!lky
Medium

10
2A

50

Cartoqraphy designing.
deta led draiting
30
50
100

Paint Shops
Dipp ng simp e sprayinq. ftring
Spraying, rubbing, hand art stencil
F ne hard painting and fin shinq

Rough saw ng and bench work


Srzrng, planing, g u ing,
sandinq, veneer ng mediurr
quality bench work
F ne bench work, fine sanding.

inshnq

operation.

rough draft nq

'Or

50
50
100

not less

50
100

r50
2AA

lha. i15 the eve

5
a
z
o

Active

30

Ottices

30

r00

C ean ng, canninq

Clothing lVanulacture
Fece ving, stor ng shipp nq
w nd ng measur ng

Meat Packing

ChemicalWorks
Hand Iurnaces, bo lng tanks,
stat onary driers stationarv and
gravity crysta ltzers
Mechanica lurnaces, generators
and stil s, mechanrca driers.
evaporators fi tratlon mechanical
crysta |zers b each ng
Tanks ior cook ng, extrators,
percolators, n traiors, e ectrolytic
ce ls

Paitern mak ng. trimming


Shops marking

Storage
Park ng garage
Serv ce garage
Entrances
Repair area

Trailic Lanes

Cutiing pitt ng final sorting

in adlacentareas

INDOOR QUICK SELECTOR


High Bay and Low Bsy

LUMINAIBE

succEsrED MTNTMUM MouNTTNG

tr";i

11

2A
14

12

23
16'

Exampl6

reovt rloont@

HETGHT tFEer

25 27
ra' 19

3r'
22

A 100 x 150 foot machine shop where rough bench work is


performed needs to be relighted. The lower edge of the

35',

24

luminaire will be 18 feet above the floor.


Step-by-step solution:
1. Determine the suggested illumination level (see page H6).
Rough bench work requires 50 footcandles. Locate this value
on the left side of the upper graph and draw a line from this
point across the graph.
2.At the top of the upper graph locate the 1B{oot rnounting

I
0

\
\

height for both the A and B type Iuminajres. From these points
draw a dashed line down the graph until it intersects the line
drawn in Step 1. This step is used to determine the iuminaire
and lamp type and wattage. lt should not be used to determine
the lurninaire quantity. The luminaire mounting height is measured from the floor. A 3Joot working plane has been lactored
into the selection of the minimum mounting height.

\\
\

o
o

\)

co\

!
lru

the intersection of the lines drawn in Steps 1 and 2,


find the lirst diaqonal lamp line that falls on or to the left
of the dashed line. This is the highest wattage lamp that will

3. From

\rr"

2zo

still produce good uniformity. The A type luminaire could use


the H400 DX mercury lamp or the LU 150 Lucaloxa lamp. The

B type luminaire can use the LU400 Lucalox lamp. Since the B

tyoe will use fewer luminaires. it should be used.


4. From the intersection of the selected lamp and footcandle
(fc] level lines, draw a line straight down to the lower graph to
the intersection of the diagonal line giving the size of the area
to be lighted.

\
t0L

2U)

300

'too stto

600

100 x 150 = 15,000 ft.,


The area per luminaire can also be read off the bottom of the
top graph. This can be used to calculate the lighting power
density.

SOUARE FEET PEF LUMINAIEE

-a

\{ 1o- \

\\
25

R,_xa

\\

\
9^

o\

tg

x s\ 1$
,^

0-x

;,"
6re

x"
\\

X"'X
Yo.

015

U,o

\%o

',.\

)^

t\'

iao

o,,

)^

\o

252

total luminaire watts - 416 :0.952 W/ft,


sq. ft. per luminaire 500
5. From the point located in Step 4, draw a line to the right to
find the luminaire quantity. (Thirty luminaires are needed.)
6. From the intersection of the vertical line and the spacing
line, draw a line to the left to determine the average square
spacing. (Approximate square spacing, 22 ieet.l
7. Divide the average square spacing found in Step 6 into the
dimensions of the space to find the closest fit.
Room width
:Number of rows llQ -4.5or5
Average spacing

22

Total luminaires
Number of rows

8. Make luminaire layout.

:Luminaires per row

9L -

O,"'OOOOO
i< >i
.. :iD.(.,n!

15>
=

oro o o o o
.ri i ,); " 'l n rl
.oooooo
toajooooo
I

yF

li,'

rr

r! h Be..

rr

Check Iuminaire, voltage, lamp type and socket positiont

and determine catalog number. Select proper mounting hard-

ware.

Room

ellectancer 30. 30. 20 (ceilnq wal,lloor)

Coelfc enl of uiilization 0.6


14edlum dirtcondilions
Room cavlty raiio 2 0

A.
A.

Lomrnaires willr reilectors (ie., Fi lerqlow,/ Du nq low i luminaires)


Luminaires w th reflectors and relractors (ie., Lowmountiand Qonseruai

As a ru e ol thumb, A lumina res are used ior hiqh bay (18 mountrnq heighls.'
andabove)andtype B' lum nairesareforlowbayi20 mountngheiqhls,,andbeow)
rhe lurninaire susOestedminimum mounl no heiqhttableabove takes iniocons dera,

lrol r'. Sa "nd ndd r ia^oleoo{.ro lhF ri-"i ts.


'Lumnare SC rat ng should exceed actua spacing lo mounting heght rato

by

30-50%

"'Mount ng he ght assumed io

be dlstance irom

i oor to botlom ol f xiure

Dara subiect ta .hanee ||rthart natce


!Feq sreEd Tddemadt!t cereE Ere.ticCo pa.ry

WAREHOUSE LIGHTING
and Lonq N.now Aroas

Lowmounto luminaire:
Conservax luminaire:
H ighest illumination and good uniformity on the vertical stack.
Best choice for lighting deep stacks from 8 to 20 feet high.

Lighting recommendations for warehouse aisles and long


narrow areas are based on the direct contribution of the light
from the luminaire. Any reflected light wili increase the ilLumination level but it cannot be depended on. The maintained illurnination levels are based on a lamp lumen depreciation of

LUMINAIRE SPACING FOR HOBIZONTAL FOOTCANDLES


ON THE AISLE
Determine the maintained illumination level and lurnlnaire
type and pick the spacing lrom the appropriate chart. For Duraglow lurnlnaire, use the SC rating that cornes closest to the
actual installaton. This wil produce the h ghest llurnination
level on the aisle.

0.9 and a luminaire dirt depreciation of 0.94 for a light dirt


condition.
Aisleglow6

lu m

inaire:

Desiqned for use above 20 feet where a high !ighting level


is needed in the aisle as well as lighting of the vertical stacks
as uniformly as Possible.
Duraglowa luminairel
Produces highest illumination on aisle but poorest uniformity
on vertical stack. Use for very high mounting heights and stacker
crane systems.

Aisleglow

i1

Luminaire SDacing Alonq Aisle (Ft.)

Luminaire Spacing Along Aisle (Ft.)

LU4OO

LU25O
MOUNTING HEIGHT (FT.)

MOUNTING HEIGHT IFT.]


15

3z;
EOE6

20'

25

50

25

34

36
29
24

39
30
24
20

17

18
15

21

17

15

13

18

15
13
12

13

12

11

10

20
25
30
35

10

AO

15
20
25
30
35

4A

40
45

'16

14

31

25

20

2A
21

6*

10
15

17

se'a

14
12

ZYa
to-

35'

40

45

78* 65* 56
38 33 2A

51

42

26

21

26
20
16
13

17
13

14

22
16
13

19
14

'Suoqesred sFc nsshor d nol rced lrv ce th mounlnq heshr


Use owerwaraqe amo and reducespac'nq

Luminaire Spacing Along Aisle (Ft.)


1U250

Luminaire Spacing Along Aisle (Ft.)

Duraglow

LU4OO

MOUNTING HEIGHT IFT.]

MOUNTING HEIGHT (FT-]


20

50

3A

56
42
34

32

2A

48
36
29
24

27

24

21

17

14

24

21

'18

15

12

21

19

19

17

15

-*
frs6
Eie
4Yq
EO-

20
25
30
35
40
45
50

Lowmounl

E&
'

29
25
23

34
29
26
20

40
30
24
20

32
24
19

s?;
50E6

13
14

12

10

15
20
25
30
35

34
28
23

40

11

2S

30

35

34
26
20

30
23

26
20

21

2A

45
50

Luminaire Spacing Along Aisle (Ft.)

Luminaire Spacing Alonq Aisle (Ft.)

LU4OO

LU250
MOUNTING HEIGHT {FT.]

MOUNTING HEIGHT IFT.)

15
20

ge,1

30
35

Eoz

40

27
23
20

45
50

18
14

Data slbject to chanee ||nhoLt nohce


Rea siered T6denark or Genera Erelr'cconoanv

20

25

42

34

25

26
20

21

30

40

20'

25

30

24

20

18
14
12

15

18
15

45

18

17
15

s?;

16

13

EO,
q6

20
25
30
35
40
45
50

13

12

10

30

WAREHOUSE LIGHTING
and Lonq Na(ow Are6s

,1

Warehouse aisle lighting is usually designed to achieve a


given illumination level on the aisle and then checked for the
iliumination level which will be produced on the ve.tical stack.
As seen by the isofootcand e diagram below, the Lowmountr
luminaire provides the widest light distribu|on but the lowest
illumination level on the bottom of the stack. The Aisieglow-!
luminaire provides a wlder distribution than the Duraglow,q luminaire and close to the same leve at th e lower portion of th e stack.

WAREHOUSE STACK LIGHTING


ILLUIVINATION COMPABISON
4OO

WATT LUCALOX6

1O FOOT

A 1ojoot aisle w th a 3oJoot mounting height has been tighted


to 25 footcandles maintajned using 400 watt Lucalox Aisle-

glow luminaires. From the previous page, ihe spacing is 30 ieet.


Mountrno Heiqht 30

Setback

Coefficient of Ut lizatlon = 0.28


rc Maintalned:
(on the

i9SpSAXWl{SgXq2-A =

vertical)

TABLE

(30X30)

13 Avo. Mainr. fc

AISLE

t"

WAREHOUSE VERTICAL STACK LIGHTING


Coeff icient of Utilization

Fixture
Lamp

S/MH

!!

r E;

F
I

3
4
5
6

al.h a

u.l

E-

qi-_."

10

.9

10

2A

30

DISTANCE ALONG STACK (FT.)

coefflcient of utllization (CU) for the


mounting height to setback rato found in Step 2. (lf the

luminaire mounting height is hlgher than the stack, ca culate


the coefficient oi utilization (CU) for the area above the stack
and s!btract this CU from the total.)

4. Determine the average maintained lluinination level on the


vertical stack using the iollowing formula:
rc

Aisleqlow

LU40O
LU25O

LU25O

LU250 LU25O
10
r.3
0.05
0.09
0.15
4.2
4.21
0.26
0.25
0.30
o.215 0.32
0.34
0.30
0.314 0.36

Llt250

0.322
o 32a

o 372

1U400

1.9

1.5
0.1 5

o.21

4.27
o.32
0.358
0.378
0.39
0.40

o.27
0.30
4.32
0.326
0.333
0.338

o.41

0.34

0.415

0.345
o 341

o42

2.0

a.o2
0.13
o.20
o.24
0.26
0.28
0.29
0.30
0.31

o 32

STACK LIGHTING
LOWMOUNT 25O.4OO WATT LUCALOX
CONSERVA 1OO-150 WATT LUCALOX
LUMINAIRE SPACING ALONG AISLE IFT.]

the lum inaire type and spacing from the results of the
'aisle ighting design .
2. Calculate the ratio of the luminaire setback from the side of
the stack to its mounting height above the floor. The setback
is normally hali the aisle width.

3. From Table I select the

Lowmount

When the lighting of the stack is the main concern especially


where stock is hand p cked, either the Lowmount or Conservai
uminaire is the best cholce Use the chart to select the proper
spacing and amp size.

1. Obtain

Mounting height
Luminaire setback

Duraqlow
LU4OO LU4OO LU4OO

MOUNTING

H E

IGHT TFT

20

21

17

gs

13
10
14
13

=44

11

1B

'10

16
14

s?3
89

zs

For slacks under 10


choLce usinq the

LtJ

ieet the

19
15

150

19
16
14
13

2A

Minim

te"

LU250

I li2so

24

umina re on

12

lojoot cenlers

50- 70- orl00waliLucaox amo.

(LLXLLDXLppXCU)
(Spaclng) (Stack HeightJ

LL=lnitial lamp lumens


LLD = Lamp

15

10

lumen depreclation

LDD= Luminaire dirt depreciation


Cu-Coefticient of utilization (see Tab e l.l

Fq'sterd Tradearark ol

ceiera

11400
rs a so a sood

SPORTS LIGHTING

Tonnls and Non-roqularion Basobsll and Sottball

TENNIS

HLX POWEBFLOODd

POWB.SPOTt
FLOODLIGHT

rishr,ns Layout

FLOODLIGHT

QUABTZFLOOD
FLOODLIGHT

1000w Lucalori

FC

1.09

Total
NEMA

No.

i6ror

40

40'
6

35'

35

1.72
Each

NEMA

Quantity

HI,

1.10
Each

2\

8.7

1l

12.O

68

2X/ 1Y

38

12.4

2X,'1Y

87

12

]Y

2\

2f
6

xaY

X&Y

2XlJY
2Xt2v

12

2A

68
90

9.7
40

r31

2X/2Y

50

13.6

4X/2Y

60

18.1

2Y/2Y

12

ra.o

16

24.O

40'
40'

3
6

XAY

l8

8.7

131

40

2Xt2v

136

2X,'tY

F-ro8,-

F
t
f

o
(.)
a
z
z

2a4'

-]

-l

ffiffi ffiffiH

ut

!,J

tr

on all sides ot ihe ball through the entlre length of the play-

ing area. The pole height is selected to produce good uniformity

and minimum glare for the number of courts to be lighted.

Two poles per side can also be used. The luminaires on the X

and Y poles are combined at the Z location and the total

luminaire quantity rernains the sar1,]e. A four-pole system (two/


slde) has a lower cost but does not produce as high a light
level at the net or on the back court. The uniformity is also not
as good For multiple court installations, the z locations can only
be used if there is at least a 24-foot separation between courts
Even then, they should be padded ior player safetv

LUMINAIRE SELECTION
Quartz and meta halide systems can be used on single phase
circuits. lf Lucaloxo is used three-phase power is suggested to
eliminate stroboscopic effect. Coin-operated systems must
make provislons for the restrike and warm-up time required for
metal hallde and Lucalox systems. [See Lamp Data.)

POLE LOCATIONS
Pole locations are selected to produce uniforrn lighting on
the entire court while accenting the net area. Three poles per
side produce the best results. These locatlons produce lighting
BASEBALL JUNIOfl LEAGUE CLASS

E
iL

tData

stbtect to chahqa wnhaot nat.e

tReqGEd

lra&ma

or

c*ra EbdrcC.mpoy

SPORTS LIGHTING
Non Bequlation Basebal! and Sottbatt

a\

NON-REGULATION
BAS EBALL

POWB.SPOT'

HLX POWERFLOOD'

QUABTZFLOOD

FLOOOLIGHT

FLOODLIGHT

FLOODLIGHT

1sOOW METAL HALIDE

1000w LUcALot.

6x4

6x5

i-)"

POWB.SPOT"
FLOODLIGHT

SOFTBALL

15OOW

METAL HALIDF

HLX POWERFLOOD'

QUARTZFLOOD
FLOODLIGHT

FLOODLIGHT
l OOOW LUCALOX'

ood rqhr
Selecnon
Bean Type &
F

(W

NEMA

NEMA

ToIaI

614

615

Oly

' Feq srer-.d

Tolal

Tradna,k.I Gen-orr Erect,. C.mpany

SPORTS LIGHTING
POWR.SPOT"
FLOODLIGHT

HLX POWERFLOOD"

1sOOW METAL HALIDE

1000w LUcaLox!

aoam Tvoe & Olv./Pole


NEMA
NEMA NEMA

Out-

llq
itq
110

50

rT;;

NEMA

90'
a2

6x5

70
30

10

t0
116
6

t6

3
3

Q2&C3

12
12

12

20

--;;

56
52
24

40

1.72

Qtv.

Qlv.

2a
32
32

10
2

OVEAVOLTAGE

Floodlight Selection
aeam Tvo6 & Olv /Pole

_4

12

al

1.10

1.63

70

FLOODLIGHT
O 1O%

Floodlighl Sel6ction

Liqhtin9

QUABTZFLOOD

FLOODLIGHT

24
6
6

a
a

2A
2A

18
7A

20

2A

3
16

TQ

2A

32
40

ghl mo!.r ng he qhtor setbacklrom rhe edqe of theiled s lessthan th


va ues shown consull factory (Prod!cl App|cat on Un 1) ior proper beam tlpe se ectro.

' lrheflood

POLE LOCATION
Basebal lighting is divided into the infield and outfield por
tions of the field. The iniie d lighting is s!pplied by luminaires
on the A' and B poles The B and C poles llght the
outfield. Locating poles as shown on the diagran'r insures the
ball will be lighted on both sides anywhere on the field. The
illumination extends from the ground to the highest point
reached by a hit ball. To eliminate glare, no poles sho!ld be
located in line on the diagonal between any oi the baselrnes.
Thrs insures that the ball will never pass between a player
and the floodlights.

-l

!"

LUMINAIRE MOUNTING HEIG

vt

,-a'

The mounting height ls selected to keep normal play below


the line of sight of the lurninaires. This also depresses the flood-

light aiming to avoid unnecessary glare. The larger the field


the hjgher the mounting height must be to keep the same
average aiminq angles.

'

".1_"+

"j_l

" :-.:,-"

LUMINAINE SELECTION
The luminaire quantities and beam types for each pole are
given below The beam selection is made so no luminaire wrll
provide all the light at any qiven test stat on. Each test station
will be lighted frorn two or more locations to eliminate shadows.

FIELD DIMENS ONS

Outi eld 400lt.


e d Area 22 500 fl:
Out, eld Area 110 000 ft:
rota Area 132 500 fl,

l.f

AIMING DIAGRAMS
Alming diagrams are ava lable for each recommended system
in format on page 4.12 (GET-6704 Product Applicat ons GuideJ.

Aimlng diagrams are provided free oi charge following the


order ior the floodlights.

lf there is a malor change in lighting requirefirents or pole


locations, the Product Application unit at the factory will provide a custom design giving the required floodlight quantity
and beam spread selection.

Req

ee.ed rrademark or GnerarE

{rc

comoanv

SPORTS LIGHTING
Fequlation Foolbatt

t1

REGULATION

POWR.SPOTa

FOOTBALL

HLX POWERFLOODE

FLOODLIGHT

FLOODLIGHT

1sOOW METAL HALIDE

1000w

tucaLox!

QUARTZFLOOD

FLOODLIGHT
1500w QUAnTZ @ 10% OVEBVOLTAGE

=1

o
--r---

IVH

Nr

iselback + l/3 widlh) (TAN 30o)

Mo!ni ng Heighl for Footba F e d Grade


lo Lowesl Crossarm MH = {0.61(Setbackl + 30 Foel
lV njmum Recommended

UMINAIRE SELECTION
No individual floodlight should produce more than the average
The number of poles and

their ocations are determ ned bythe


pole setback from the edge oi the field. To prevent glare for
the players (especia ly for pass plays), lt is deslrable to keep

the floodllght aiming to ess than 45 degrees either side of the


pole. This requires that the pole quant ty be increased as the
setback decreases. The setback or pole quant ties can change
from one slde of the fie d to the other.

NTING HEIGHT
The minimum mounting height is des gned to keep the floodlights above the normal line of sight used in running and passing
plays. A player will ternporarily lose sight of the ball ii it passes
between him and the floodlights. All floodlights should be ocated above a line drawn 30 degrees above the playing suriace
from a point 1/3 across the fie1d.

design illumlnation evel at any point on the fie d. Flood ights


with too narrow beam type w I cause hot spots and poor unlforrn ty. The bearn type se ection, therefore is always a fu nction
of the light level and the po e setback. This is the reason why
f xtures from different manufacturers cannot be relted on to produce the same light levels or uniiormity.

li there s a major change in ighting requirements or pole


locations, the Product Application un t at the factory will provde a custom design giving the required flood ght quaniity
and beam spread selection.

r Fqrered T.ademark

.r cenera

cir c C.mpany

f1

,T

I
:r

NEW PRODUCTS SUPPLEMENT


Page

GEA-1 2000A Corrections

Catalog Number

S2

INDUSTRIAL LUMINAIRES

GHB

sBt

...

....

53
54

GHB
SBI

s5

c256N

LrtrA-ll3b/
G EA-1

480

G EA-1

566

FLOODLIGHT LUMINAIRES
P-1

s0, P-1s4

AREA AND DECORATIVE LUMI NAIRES


Decashield
SBW ,..

ll ......

s6,7

C595N, C596N

S8

ROADWAY LUIVIINAIRES

igh N/ ast
M-400A2 Powr/Door
lV-400A2 Powr/DoorCutoff

s9

----

sl0

c269N

lV-400R2 Cutoff ..

s11 C270N
s12 C267N
s13 C268N

TECHNICALDATA.,.

S14

---_

.........

N4-400R2

1 564
GEA-11564
GEA-1 1565
G EA-1 1 565

G EA-1

450 watt Steadilux@ Electronic Ballast, Magnetic Regulator Ballast, Definition, Relamp Stickfor Lowmounto
ll Luminaire,400 watt HPS Hot Lamp Restart.

CATALOG NUMBER INDEX

s16

Data

srbp.t

ta

thanqe Rithaut noti.e

CORRECTIONS TO PRODUCT CATALOG GEA-12OOOA PAGES

AO

On NON-BALLASTED OPTICAL outline


(dimension) drawing, the letters A and B
should be reversed so that A will be the

E4

height dimension and B will be the diameter


dimension.

A15

NOTE 1 should read, Lamp is tilted except


'175W metal halide which is base up

for

vertical.

A15

Do not use photometric curve 35-175838


for 250 watt clear metal halide. Use curve
35-177180.

chart heading
should read (25' pole).
E5

Catalog numbers C266N520 and C266N504


ballast type should be Reactor (NPF).

A26

Under MODIFICATIONS, Weatherproof


should read . . . item A1 or F2 on page A25. eO

A36

On outline (DIMENSIONS) drawing at bottom of page, the width dimension shou ld be


11% inches (rather than 17-15/32 inches).

88,
810

Under STEP 5, HH and HN SmallGlobesare


no longer available. Under ACCESSORIES,
H9000-NH Small Guard is no longer aVailable.

Et0

Catalog number C798N066 should be


c797N066.

Under ACCESSORIES, catalog number

E11

Catalog numbers C796N024 and C796N023


voltage should be 240x4803 with NOTE 3:
The 240x480 volt u nits are factorywired for
480 volts. Units can be reconnected easily
in the field to 240 volts. lf the unit has a
PE receptacle, it also changes to 480 volts
and the control must be rated accordingly.

E14,

Beginning April 1, 1986, the 201 hood will


be u n painted.

c9

C258G052 shou ld be C246G052 and catalog

number C258G053 should be C246G053.

E15
E15

Type 201SA Merchandiser unit pack will


include a 7" bracket (instead of a 12"
bracket).

Data sobiact ta

chanso withaLt natrca

GHB* INDUSTRIAL LUMINAIRE

GE)

ol

ASSEMBLIES3

Oplical
Cat. No.r

LUCALOX6 HPS

OPEN

Aulo-Reg.
Auto-Res.
Auto Bea
Alto.Feg
Auto Req.

GHB40S0A5V6
GHB40SsA5V6
GHB25SOA5V6

GHB25S5A5V0
GHB20S0A5V6

GHB40S0A5
GHB40S5A5
GHB25S0A5
GHE25S5A5
GHB20S0A5

GHB-V6
GHB-V6

GHB.V6
GHB,V6
GHB.V5
GHB.V6
GHB.V6

91

22 625

NPSC THBEAO

hTYP)

20 625 t

Mln.

otv.

].-,..0.r-_

Slngle vo iase 120 208,

o.
200-400
200-400
200-400
200-400

35-177166
35-177167
35-177168
35 177169

400

35177171

400

35-177172

400

35-177173

10

244,277.

Qlv.
Add Q to compleie luminaire 2
or ballast assembly caia os
numberfor automatic

400
400

Field lnsta led-Sinsleiuse


kil 120and 277 vo tGHB-FK1

351771TT
35-177178
35-177179

400
400
400
400

eld nsraLled Double fuse


kil, 208, 240,480 voll
GHB-FK2
F

(. Fusos not includd.l


. Wll not blactoryinstallsd.)

CATALOG NUMBER LOGIC

Wireguard GHB-WG

INDUSTRIAL HIGH BAY CATALOG NUMBER EXAMPLE


***

GHB40SOA5VS

20 =
25 =
3l =

Unil permils customer selection


of any one ol four voltaqes
120/2AA/2441277
'Lamp is verticalbase up
,For baLasl electricaldala. see
GE Lighling Sysiems product
catalog (GEA'12000)
rllnitsh DDed as componenls.

2OO

25O

310

ta chah'e withort n.tbe


Tadrolkl G@6 E clrjccompany
"Trademark ol General lclrc company
Data

!R&

s,bt&t
srered

SBIT'LUMINAIRE

oEt
Order one catalog number lrom Section 1 and one catalog number trom Section 2.
SECTION 1 _ BALLAST COMPONENT WITH LAMP AND MOUNTING PLATE

Ballssl
@

NORMAL POWER FA

included

sBt05soN

t0

55
55
55
40

sBroTs0N

sBtl0soN

10
10

t0

F
sBt05s0H
sBr07s0H
sBt10s0H

SECTION 2
c8r.
(Less

@
**

10
10
10
10

55
55
40

loGwatt

,7

OPTICAL COMPONENT

No.

II DoscriDIion
F"--"", -'*'l_o,sl' dl Bpllecro

LamD)

SBI-IB
SBI'OA5

Mu I volt unil permits

I
|
c

Open ALa, c

Packaqo

'e'rdclo 'vpF

usiomer selectio n ol any one ol

lort yollaaes

120/2aA/24A /27

7 .

I DnfEltstoN f- Fr rsiHi_. l
-HoLEs BETWEEN xoresl rorlr )wNG BOx
| 1".'l l
3.500
4-( )"t"s";d I
|'a'."e l
3.300
2\ 4" UtilS, I
a.zso
4 Ju"ction l
]c,"cl
125 -r 4
,;i
I

n - Fl
,L_

-rffiFr,
'+
.^/
/\/-

,tl
t

"Y-'
'\

\i",,,
\/

,1_/,

Eallasl with tndusriat Fotloctor

.-

it\............--

""'u ,,.,u ]-

i,",".

"r,r",;,;a";;;,

Ballast wirh Acrylic Aet16ctor

\0,

/0 00 q0

uL"to, 'lDS

35.177
35-177 145

|
I

ttt 147

zl

CATALOG NUMBER LOGIC


BALLLAST COMPONENT EXAMPLE

sBt 15S0N

Qtv.
S ngle voliase 120,208
244 277.

OPTICAL COM PONENT


EXAMPLE

SBI-

f-

I sBr-I

LB

\_

LBI
*-'-l

_tt
"r"Or"
rvo6

I
I

DpllcalTyp

t sBi-- li; =..-"";-l


]"
OA

t=open
Type V

G@

P-1

50, P-l 54 POWERFLOOD? LUMINAIRE

ro
P-150

SPECIFICATION CHECK

c256N500

25

601

P-150

2A

,/

c256N603

25
2a

604
605

c256N606

25

607

2Q

P-154

cast
alrn nun hous,rg
/ Heatand shock resisiani
tempered glass
/ Heavy-gauge galvan zed
steel tninnion
'/Corrosion-resistanihardware
Ballast mounted on easily
"/ removable lray
,, Hinged front door, secured
Heavv-dutv die

,/ Feavy{Lty di6cast
a um nurlro-s nq

,,

Heatand shock resistant


tempered glass
Heavy-qauge qalvanized
sieel trunnion

/Co(osion{esistanthardware
,/ Conven ient wirinq bor

,, Hinged lront

door, secured
with iwo stainless steel

wlth two sla nless steel

c256N336
321

(in inches)

c256N101
1(J2

P-154

tt*
-I|
-

Un t permris cusiomer select on ol any one ol

SeF

;ige

'Oroer oE

lall

voltases 12a/2aa/24a/277

bear sp'eao NEMA 'ype cjesrq4atrois


6)
conrrol >epdra ely (See paqe
c 1 ior

3P-154 un t permits cuslomer se!ection ol' either250 or4O0watt

Efl. Proj Area is L4 sq.

it

mar

Suqsested mountins he ght is 20 teet.


Suqqsled mounting he ghl is 25 teet.
For rou.d, tapered, anchor base poLes, incl!d ns brackets, anchor bolls and bolt circle lernp ates, order catalog
nurnberc below These po es wilL wiihstand winds up to at east 90 MPHI (see w nd map, page F3.) Anchorage
weights or olher detais are on paqe F2
P-150
P-154

MIN. OTY.

Pn50

PE Conlrol: (non UL)

Pre-w red internaly rnounted Ava lable in 120


throuqh 277 volt{not available n multivoli).
External PE recepiac e?
Fusina (Not available wilh multivoll )
ExternaL PE Receptacle,

P-150
See page C14 for olher mouniinq accessor es

c690H35X

c7s0H6ax

LEXANO polycarbonale res n vandalsh

Top

visor

eld

C246G0r6
C246G039

c690H8.rX

c7s0F70x
c690H85X
c790H72X
c790H73X
c690H86X
c790H76X
c790F77X
on tenon-top poles or tenon brackets use
sl pliiier adapter C25EC109 (dark bronze).

'To mounl

mount on ienon lop poles or tenon brackeis,


sl pfitter adapter c258G109 (dark bronzel

'To

Data subiact ta chanse without natice.

6)
\y

-.

,"*-.*.

oo,on, c'drod',(

oaqeare UL sled unless oiheeEe noid 'oas1o4no


'BesisleredTrademarkolGenera EectricCohpany

-,

DECASHIELD@ II LUMINAIRE

E@

l@-usi[il
lgr

Listsd numbeis are Top Cat. Consisl ol catalog numbrs. Unit will b shipped in two carlons (Ballasl
and Oolical Assemblvl.

Bron26
No.
Itess L,anpl
Csl.

I
I
volts I wa /Lamp

aunu"r
Tvpe

tes I Balldsl
Disl. I Asssmbly

oplicsl
Assemblv

u,i:
Lbs.

{ 1

DS-400 wlTH PE nEcEPTAGLE.

| u4a5NOO2 | CSIJGOO5
I caglt'.ooe I 1813c505
I caerNoos c8l3c5o5
)54 wirr
A
Reo M a lv cagslrlz I cgtllc,oos
'r.
r2o
L-ca o^
c485N7(l I ce
"coo.
24a
L445N754 CalJG5O5
480
L
cnorulrr
c8r.lc5o5
400w"rl Arlo Reo I S-Cl
C4a5N00b C81lG00/
1/a Merr Haloe
L4a5NOO7 LBT3COOT
(485NOOB C8l J0507
40
(rah\Oog C8I3G5O/
a8O

c596N512
c596N513
c596N515

120
240

c596N536
c596N537
c596N53S
c596N001
c596N002
c596N004

BALLAST
DOOF

r2o
24a
480

a5q6N5r9
a.q6N5rr
a5q6N.2l
aqqhNr5r,
c596N5rJ
a5q6N545
a5qbN54/
asq{rNoo/
a.q6Nooa
C5q6NOrO
c5o6NO 2

L,.ao^

250 Watt

M,C-iV

c485N752
c485N753
c485N754

c813G006
c813G006
c813G506

s-c-

c4a5N006
c485N007
c485N008

ca13G00a
c813G008
c813G508

M-C-

tL

c/s4Noo1

c812G001
c812G001
c812G501
ca12G501

42

c4a4NO02
c464NOO3
c4a4NOO4
r 4A4Nrq,

c812G003
c812G003
ca12G003
c812G503
c812G503
c81?G003
ca12G003
c812G003
c812G503
c812G503
c812G003
c812G003
c812G003
c812G503
c812G503

39
33
39
39
39

120

240

B"

'D

DS4OO

27.125

16 000

t0 060

17 000

14 754

DS25O

23.125

14 000

13 000

12 754

MODEL

200

isoo-

r-t

lrr
tt
. FR.:

lMag-FIeg
l

oo.rv"il

Reg slercd Trademark ol General Electrc Company

t\4-cr il

c4a4N257
Mag'Res
[4ag Fes

4aO

[4aq Beq

c5r5r,ioo? -T-***
c595NOOa PA
c595N0r0 240
csq5No12 4ao
c595NO19 **a
c595NO20 120
c595N022 240
c595N024 480
NO PE AECEPTACLE
o5rsNsor --T-**a
c595N502 120
c595N504 240
c595N506 4AO
c595N547 {+*
a_5qsNs37 120
asq5N5r6 12A
c595N526 24A
c595N530 480
c595N571 *t*
c5s5N56r fiA
cs9sN550 120
a5q5N55'
24A
c5s5N554 4aO
c595N505 ***
a5c5N5R5 lr1
c5s5N574 pA
c595N576 244
c595N57a 490

c4a4N252
c4a4N253
c484N2s4

lVaq-Req

Mag'Reg.

csq5Noo2
124
C595NOO4
24a
c5q5NOO6
4AO
cs5Nro13 ]- **r
pA
c595NO14
24a
c595NOr6
c595N018
480
/i -'" ,ru oq,.. o", opron\, d-o noorri "..o " ho{1
\:!/ o rispdqeareJ. l'{edL es)o-e,n enored

M.c{t

124
24A

c5;Nooi---t *rr

Dak subiect ta chanq,o wrlhaotn rc,F

R";ll

1501,1/"ti.

c5r5r,i5r6 -T-***
c595N590 pA

c5g5N5A0
c595N5a2
c5q5N58a

Art"

A'rto-Reg.
l

c4a4N259

M{tf

,5Or,V"lt

rtw"tt

casauzoz

c4a4N263
c484N264

ctf

I
I
M{tf I

Aulo-Reg.

,50w"ti

Arr" R"s

rv{r

il

a8-l

HPF L"S

M{'tf

Mag Feg.
Mag-Reg.
Maq-Req.
I

II
l

ca12GOO3

clerrmr

ca12G503
ca12G5o3

c484N505
c444N506
c484N507
c484N508

icBlrr,oo3

a/s4Nool

k'q-1rcoo,

c4a4NOO2
c4a4NOO3

cal2GOO2
cs12G502
ca12G5o2

C484N253

ca12GOO4
ca12GOO4

c484N254

ca12G5o4

M-C,t

,0r,1/"tt

,50.,,/rrr
Auto-Req.

1?srl/"il

M-C-t

c4a4N259
c484N260

ca12G5o4
ca12G5o4

c484N262
c484N263

cai2Goo4

Unit perm is cust


customer
nc u
receptacle co

assernbly
assernbly
'Optca
,PE

:F5,'f8eu*lf

-""*'

car2Goo4

c484N504
c4a4N505

c812GO04

c812G504

cBlrcoo4
c8t2GOO4

Auio Req

c4a4N5o7
c4a4N5o8

o/2QAt24Oi27T

3A

s:l

3a
3a
31
3T

37

;;
39
39
37

14,
41
41
41

-3q

ii,'
::

-.
37

2i

c4a4N265
c484N501
c4a4Ns02

[,4C

41
41

33

Mag-Reg.
Nlas Req
Mag-Req.

1:l
"6

-*-

c484N257
Mag-Reg.
Maq-Beg.
Ma9-Reg.

lil

c8r2G503

c+e+rz::

(x-'oJ-s)
tt*

c812G003
c812G503

M-C,It

OO-W"tr

!LI

rrtom

caa+Nsoz

c444N004

150Wrtt.

?l
nl
,
li

c813G006
c813G006
c813G506

120

2so-Watt

43
43
43
46
45
45
45

c4a5NO0l
c485N002
c485N004

240

csrsllso? --T-***
pA
c595N508
24A
c595N510
c5s5N512
480
c5q5N54a
aa*
fiA
c959N542
c5s5N532
124
24A
c595N534
480
c595N536
--f*
Cic5r.r5?,
**
css5N566
120
pa
c595N556
c5a5N55A
24A
c595N560
4aO

45
45

M'C ]V

DS-250 wrrH PE FECEP IACLE'

OPTICAL DOOR

45
45

c812G504

tt::;

[-:: d
ls'

:-.....-

6Et

I
I
;

DECASHIELD@ II LUMINAIRE

MIN.

o!

QTY.
mountins arm (when used wilh knuckle

-llnitwithout

poeropadapre.C258G151 o' lru-Lle,dr\-rldca

adapler C258G150).

Standard color s dark bronze. Eightdecoratve coLors


ava lable. Reier to GEA-9352.

Knuckle Do e toD adapter (Dark bronze)

c258G1s1

iOrder un i w thout rilo'rnling arm.l


%-16 BOLT

LUIVINAIRE

TRL.JNNION

.'-...

t+

IOCKWASHER

l*..

!.,

WASHER +

6 50 HIGH X
3 50 WIDE

TOP

-IENON
3 SET
SCREWS

652

I
1.9 TO

@ 1200

3 0t

Knuckle llat sutJace adaoter


(Use as fal wa ladapter.)

(Da bronze)

C258G150

(Order unil without mounllnq arm.l

-rrr,^ra-]N

BOLT

NUTS (% 16)
WASI] ERS

+
WASHEF
'{-16

scREw ().i'20)

r-2a
SCBEW

850HGHX
225W

Jr

1*-

SOF POLE

6 50 HIGH X
3 50 WIDE
2 PLACES

DE

POLE

Light
200 ihru 400

c+5

400

M-C

M,C-

35-177316
35-177315

sc

35-177312

'TERMINAL BD

NllTs

&

POWER LEADS

DS-250

& CONNECTOR

SOCKEI LEADS
&

ffi
Pole Cat.

No.

A ansomnll

Malorial

c692H64X
c6c2H65X
c692H66X'

Dark Bronze

c792H64Xl
c792H65Xl
c792H66Xl

Stee

LAICH

BALLASI

SCFEWS

DOOR

-o
rBase cover ior poLes (co ntact lactor])
?

Base covers standard on aluminum poles above.


Po e w llw thstand winds !p to 80 MPH

Data soblect ra.hanae wnhout natice.


"

Reg slered Tradema.k ot Genera E eclr c Company

CONNECTOR

SBWNI LUMINAIRE

WALL MOUNTING MODEL (Horizontal only)

Mdium B,se Lucarof

SPECIFICATION CHECK
,, One-piece die casi aLum num housing

,,Vandal resstanl LEXAN'poycarbonale

/
".

LAMP

per'reslstant hardware lncluded


Totaly enclosed weaiherproof

(3) g-wart Fluorcscenl


(2) g-Walt Fluorscnl

Tam

(in inches)

MIN.
QTY.
Th.o!qh'ieed condu t enlrances

(% inch)
High power factor (H PFI reactor ballast

Photoelectric conlrolk

"'ti

o,a"-, --l

@
Wall Mounling Orientallon
Wa I Mounting Modelmust be mounted horizoniatly onty.

NOTE: Do not mountWal Mo!nt ng mode vertica ty

Horizontlty Mounted

O snldtion

Ceillns/Wall Mounting

linq/wal Llounring

N,lodel may be mounted on rhe ceilnq ti


mounled on the wal, units may be moLrnied e ther horizontatly or

Ce

il11
Horizonlally Mounted

Data

subie.lt.

Lhanoe

* h.Ltn.1..

mi'""""'"""-'";"'

,"

rFesislered Tradmark oi Genera Erctric Company

tiorf eld nstalaton 120volt

c246G046

(For Fluorescent Unit

F_r0,,__________l

F-"v;-l

5
5

[l
[]

contact factory)

.IETT HIGH-MAST ASYMM ETRICAL DISTRIBUTION


Listed below is a matrix of the new High-tMast asymmetrical distributions. These
new High-Mast photometrics are vastly improved over the prior asymmetrical dis-

qll3#il",ffi:'3:?i:fl

[I

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35-177306

a\

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;v"?;

M-4OOA2 POWR/DOOR@ LU MINAI RE

GEI

Listed n GEA-11564

c259N500
c269N501
c269N503
SPECIFICATION CHECK
,z No-loolp ug-in slarter ald
,z Easy relamping and opicalassemb y servicinq
/ Four-bo t s ipilter des sn
Prismatc boros licate glass (LEXANrpo ycarbonate

'.
,/

Co

Po

ffosion:res slant iinish on reflecior


yeslerfiber gasket between relractorand reilector

c269N540
c269N541
c269N543
c269N564
c269N565
c269N567
c209N001
c269N006

M,N

|t

(With Clear

s-N-|r

(in inches)

[,IIN

DISTANCE
REQD. TO
BEMOVE

oooR

]tl*

lln t perm ts customer

se eciion ol any one oi fout\atages 12a/2OA/24a/277 .


PE receptacle coniected same vo tase as rnlt. O.der PE co.iro separatey. Forqulck
units ol quaniities essthans orde. PE unitand short nq cap. C403G003

Ett. Proj Area is 1.1 sq.


Adjuslab e

it

deliveryoi non-PE

max. This elieclive projected area value does noi incude accessor es attached

sipftter accommodales 1-l,tr through

2 ppe

Factory set for

2' ppe but can be resel ior

1-Z

14 FAD US FOF SWING

23

RADIUS FOR SWING

Sussesled mouniins heishl s 30 leet For 30 round, tapered, anchor base poles, includins anchor bolts and
bo t c rc e templales order catalog numbers below. These po es will wlthstand winds up to at least 90 MPH|

(seewndnrappageF3olGEA-12000)AnchoraqeweshtsorotherdetasareonpageF2olGEA12000

c690H19X
c790u36X

Elastomer qasketand charcoallilter


Bronze painl
LLrca ox magnetic requlaior ba last
Fusing (Not avai ab e w th multivo t.)
Slead lux,electronlc balast
UL lsted {excepi Stead lux electronic bar ast)
L EXAN' poiycarbonate resin relraciors (25Owalt

Hot reslart 1s0 walt HPS

MIN.

c690H20X
c7s0H3ax

QTY.
Afy

c690H21X

Any

c790u40x

5
5
1O

10

s
10
10

35-177322
35177321
35-177320
c245G004
c24sG005

Data srbi..t to.hanse ||nhaut noxce.


aFe!istered Trademark oi ceie.a Erecrric
Company

35-177331

GE)

M-4OOA2 CUTOFF POWR/DOOR@ LUMINAIRE

,o
c270N500
c270N501
c270N503
SPECIFICATION CHECK

c270N540
c270N541
c270N543

/
/
/'

allasi components mounted on easily rernovable door


Easy relampins and optlcal assembly servic ns
Four-bolt sliplilter desi9n
on rei ecior
"/ALG!AS!iinish
Po yester iibr saskt belween reiractor and reiector
"/ (Elaslomer
rubbersasketwth charcoal tlteravailable)

c270N564
c270N565
c270N567

,/ TernDered imDaclresistant

***

Unit perm ts cusiomer seleclion ol any one ol lou t \ollages 12al2OA/240/277


PE rece ptacle connected same vollage as u nit. O rder P E control separate y For qo ck de ivery on non PE
uniis ol ouantiiies less than 5, order PE un i and shortins cap, C403G003.

lat qlass

(in inches)

M N DISTANCE

Efl. Proj. Area ls 1.1 sq. ft. rnax. This efiectve projected area va ue does noi nclude visors, shields or oiher
accessories which may be attached to the luminalre
Adjustable sLipfilier accommodales 1-Z" through 2 pipe. Faclory set for 2 pipe bui can be reset lor 1-ll

Sussested mounting height is 30 feet. For 30 round tapered anchor base poles lncluding anchor bolts and
bolt c rcle lernplates, order cataloq numbers below. These poles wlll withstand wlnds up lo ai least 90 MPHI
(see w nd map page F3 ot GEA-120001. Anchorage, weighls or olher details are on page F2 of GEA-120o0.

14 FADIUS

O"l
23 FAD]US

FOB SW NG

FOR SWLNG

c690H19X
c790H36X
c690H20X
c790H38X
c790u39X
c690H21X
c790H40X
c7s0H41X

MIN,
QTY.

Elastomer qasket and charcoalliier

Lucaloxsmagnei c resulator ba lasl


Fus ng [Nol ava lable with multivolt.)
Steadiluxaelectronic ballasi
UL lsted (except Sleadilux eleclronic ba last)
Hot resiari 150 watt HPS

Data subject ta chanqe

||ithaut norae

6Regisierad Tradema* ot Genrar E ct c Companv

5
5

10
10
10
10

M-4OOR2 LUMINAIRE
L

GEI

sted in GEAl1565

c257N500
c267N501
c267N503

39
39
3S

c267N540
c267N541
c267N543

SPECIFICATION CHECK

/
/
,/
L7

No toolpiuq rn starler aid


Easy re amplng and optica assembly servicLng
FouFbolt desiqn s ipliiter
Prismatc boros licate s ass (LEXANrpo ycarbonate

,z Co(osioniesislani iin sh on rei ector


r', Po yesier iiber gaskel belween relractor and rellecior

32
32
a2

c257N564
c267N565
c267N567

32

c267N00r
c267N000

35
35

32

(in inches)
6->

-1

**t

Unil perm ts customer se ection ol any one oi lout \alages 12Al2OAl24at27T


PE receplacle connected same vo tage as unii Order PE conirolseparate y For quick de ivery on non-PE
!nils ot quantities less than 5, order PE unil and short nq caD C403G003.

LEVELING

Eil. Proj Area is 1.1 sq. il max. This elleciive prolecied area va ue does not include visors shie
accessories altached to lhe l!minaire
AdjustabLe s ipl iler accom modales 1
in f eld

lhrough

ds or olher

pipe Faclorysetfor2 pipebutcanberesetforlll ppe

Suggested mount ng he ght s 30 leei. For 30 round, iapered anchor base poles, includinq anchor bo is and
boll circle temp ates order cata os numbers below These po es wil witlrstand w nds up io ai east 90 MPH
[see w nd map. paqe F3 ol GEA-12000). Anchorage we ghts or olher dela ls are on page F2 oi GEA 12000

c690H 19X

c790H36X
c690H20X
c790H3aX

MIN.
QTY.
LEXAN! polycarbonaie resin relraclor (250

Fusing (Notavaiabewith

multvoll

lnterna house orsireet side sh eld

wait

c690H21X
c790H40X

c245G004
c245G005
35-177319
35-17731a
1

35 177337

Data

subiectta chanqe ||rh.ut natice.

rRes srered Trademark

or

cnrarELctric cohDany

GET

M-4OOR2 CUTOFF LUM INAIRE

tEs
Ballasi

Net

Oisr.

Non-PE

FLA

SPECIFICATION CHECK

,/
,.

Easy relampinq and opticalassembty serv cins


Four boll s ipliterdesign
,7 Corrosio nieslsiant fin sh on reftecior
,, Polyesler liber gasket between refraclor and refiector

c268N500
c268N501
c264N503

c208N506
c268N507
c268N509

c268N540
c268N541
c268N543
c268N545

c208N546
c268N547
c268N549
c268N551

120
120

c268N564
c264N565
c268N567

c268N570
c268N571
c268N573
c26AN575

120
240

M-C-

39

M-C-l

32

120
240

200-wa

M-C-t

32

,/Tempered mpact-res stani ilat g ass

***

(in inches)

-?l/4" I
,/=\i

Unit perrnits customer seteclion ot any one of tort voftages 12O/2AAI24A/277


PE receptac e connected sarne vo tage as unit. Order pE controtseparate y For q!ick detivery on non pE
un is ofqLanlites less than 5. order PE unft and shorrinq caD. C4O3GOO3

Eif Proj Area is 1 1 sq fl. max Ths eitecrive projecred area value dos nol inctude shreds or visors which
may be atlached to ihe uminaire
Adjustable

slpitler

accommodaies

1,tt throush 2 ppe Facrorysetlor2.pipeblrcanberesetrori]l.pipe

--1
S!qgested mo!nting heighr is 30 feet For 30 roLnd, tapered, anchor base po es, inc ud nq anchor botrs and
bollcrceiemplales order caialog numbers betow. These potes witwithstand winds !p lo at least 90 MpH
wnd map. page F3orcEA-12ooo) Anchorase weistrts or orher detais are on paqe F2 ot GEA-]2OOO.

o"l

(se

c690H19X
c790H36X

Sinsle

arm

c690H20X
c790H3aX

c690H2tX
c790H40X

MIN.
QTY.

Frs ns {Not avaiable w th muttvo

t)
IES Oist.

MCIt

200 throuqh

154

ol

Data

subjectta chanqe withdd nati.e

I Freq6rered
Trrdemark oi

Genera Ercrr'ccomFny

MCIV

35 177356
35-177353

TECHNICAL DATA G@

A new 450 watt Steadilux high pressure sodium


(HPS) ballast is now available in the Lowmount@ ll
and Durag low@/Filterg low@ luminaires for both low bay
and high bay applications. This expanded ballast offering features an initial lamp lumen package of 56,000
lumens with a lamp lumen depreciation of 1 0 versus

the 50,000 lumens and 0.9 lumen depreciation with


standard ballasting. These fixtures utilize the standard
LU4OO 4oo-watt HPS lamp which is operated at 450
watts (well within the ANSI standard maximum limit
of 490 watts) with no loss in lamp li{e As with all
other Steadilux ballasts, the lamp wattage delivered
by the ballast is electronically controlled to rise during normal lamp aging (increasing lamp voltage), thus
counteracting the normal lumen depreciation of the
lamp with life while maintaining an essentially constant line wattage to the fixture during each lamp
aging interval. With this new ballast, the initial fixture
quantity to achieve a desired maintained {ootcandle
level can be in some cases 33% lower than when
using conventional units resulting in lower maintenance costs and possible lower initial installed cost
The 45O-watt Steadilux ballast and fixtures are available in all standard line voltages but not multivolt.
For f u rther information, help with product application'
or complete electrical information, contact Lighting
Systems Department.

On the individual product pages of the catalog where


a regulator ballast is shown for high pressure sodium

(Lucaloxo) only, this is a magnetic regulator type


ballast. On ballast electrical data pages G2, G4, and
G5 we have used the terms "lag type" in conjunction
with regulator, magnetic regulator, etc. These terms
are all descriptive terms that can be applied to our
magnetic regulator ballast. Thiswillbe changed in our
next printing of the catalog.
ln lighting system terminology, a high pressure sodium magnetic regulator ballast is an isolated threesection core and coil, including a tertiary winding A
capacitor is always connected across this tertiary
winding, not in series with the lamp. A CWI type high
pressure sodium ballast (although with isolated winding) does not provide equivalent characteristics of lamp

regulation, power factor, dip tolerances, etc as the


magnetic regulator. For further clarification or explanations see pages G11, 12, and 13 of Product
Catalog G EA-1 2000.

Dala subiect ta chahqe

||rhaut natiae

rResistered Trademark ol General Eleclric Companv

Relamp stick for 400 watt (only) metal halide and


mercury lamps to be used with Lowmount ll luminaire
is catalog number C740G899. This stick has a telescoping aluminum pole with a closed length of 6 feet,
'10
10 inches, and an extended length of 12 feet,
provides
which
inches. lncluded is an auxiliary section
a total length of 18 feet, 5 inches Contact factory
for price and delivery. This will be available April 1,
1986.

ln addition to 50 through '150 watt HPS hot lamp

restart. LSD now off ers 400 watt HPS hot lamp restart
capability.
With HPS lamps, normally a 30 to 90 second time
period is required before the lamp will come back on
after it has gone out. During this lamp-out period,
switched quartz auxiliary lamps are normally used to
supply stumble light until the high intensitv discharge lamp comes back on and warms up to about
half brightness. With the hot lamp restart option, a
special starting device replaces the switched quartz
auxiliary circuit in HPS fixtures by re-energizing the
lamp immediately when power is restored after a power
outage or line voltage dip greater than the dip tolerance capability of the ballast. For short power
outages (less than 1O seconds), the lumens of the
HPS lamp when it is re-energized will be approximately
85% of the lamp lumens prior to the outage and the
lamp will slowly heat up to full output in about 1 to 2
minutes. in most applications this slight loss in lumen
output is hardly noticeable. The longer the power
outage time of the HPS lamp, the lower the reenergized lumens of the Iamp. After a power outage of
approximately 30 seconds, the lamp will re-energize
with about 50% light and will reach full output about
2 minutes later.
Now available in the Lowmount luminaires and the
Filterglow luminaire is a new version of this hot lamp
restart circuit which will provide lamp restart capability
for the 4OO watt HPS lamp. Too much voltage is required to hot lamp restart the other wattages of HPS
lamps; therefore, this offering is only available in 400
watt HPS versions. Other fixtures are presently being
examined for 400 watt HPS hot lamp restart capability and announcements will be made asthey become
available. For u p-to-date information or f urther details,

contact the Lighting Systems Department

fi

frio

Jr

p
i

io

l=CATALOG NUMBER INDEX

c251N
c252N
c253N
c254N
c256N
c258G
c259N

c3
c2

c264N

D8
E4
E5

c265N
c266N
c301N
c302N
c304N
c305N
c308N
c316N

B19

c4, c5
c14, C15

E17
E17
E17
E17

El7
E17

c317N

El7

c318N
c319N
c320N

E17
E17

c321 N

E17
E17
E17
E17
E17

c340N
c34 tN

c342N
c343N
c400H

El7

D3

c402G
c403G
c408G

E13

C411N
c421 N

A31
A31

c422G
c439N
c500G
c500H
c525G
c537N
c539N
c554G
c555G
c556N

E13

c559N
c560N
c563G

c564N
c568N
c575N
c577N
c579N
c582N

c15
c14, D3
c15

c9
c7

c13
c'13
A2, A4
A13
A29
A20
A31

D4
D4
D4

818

* SEE SUPPLEMENTAT
csr. No.

c256N
c267N
c268N
c269N
c270N
c595N
c596N
GHB

sBt

crt.

cat. No.

c31. No.

s12
s13
s10
s11

S4

c583N
c588N
c589G
c601G
c620G
c621G
c622G
c623G

D6

c771N

A19
A18, 419

c772N

E14
E18
E18
E1B

c14, E18
E1B

c638G
c639G
c640N
c641N
c642N
c643N
c643N
c644G
c646N
c647G
c655N
c656N
c658N
c661G
c663N
c664N
c670N
c673N
c674N
c675N
c677N
c680N
c690H
c692H
c693N
c699N
c721N

c722N
c724N
c740G
c746N
c759N
c760N

c764N
c765N
c766N

c767N
c768N
c769N

No.

E14
E14
E2
E6
E7

A18
D9

A18, D9

c773N
c774N
c776N
Q777G

c778N
c779N
c781N
c783G

A3, A5
A3, A5
42, A4
A2, A4

42, A4
A12, A13, 414, A31 , A32
A3, A5
A2, A4, A7
A2, 44, A7
A2, A3, A4, A5, A7, A31

c790H

c791H
c792H
c795H
c796N
c797N
c798N

F2
F2

A26
E11

E10
E10

E9
E15
A3, A5, A32, A34, A35
A2, A32, A34, A35
A2, A4, A12, 432
A15
A15
A15

c865G
c866G
c867N
c870N
c875N
c890N
c892G

A34, A35
A32, A35, A36, A37
c11
A32, A34, A35

c8s3N

E12

D2
D2
D2

c902H

E13

c8
A36
E3
F2
F2

c8
D7

A7, A25, A28, A29

El4

D1

1, D12

El2
D18

D20
E+

A8, A9

E-

A8, A9,

E1

A8, A9

E2

A10

Al0, A11, A16, A17

A11
E4
EG

A16, A17
D16

H2
H5
H9

A29,812, 813,814,815

D10
E8
E8

c10

Dl4

B'14,815

88,810

l\ilC

D19

MX

A20

A14
414

RC

D13
D17

A13, A15

v2

M2,!B.3,M4,A25,A33,435
423, 425

E14
E2

A13
A12, A13, 415

V3

424

WS

A33
D15
D15

413
x209
x503

E12

cl2

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