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Environmental specifications
Contract release L-290(5) lamps – tubular, CFLs, fluorescent, high pressure
sodium, LED, and others
Lamp environmental and product specification
Responders must download, complete, and submit (upload/attach) the Environmental Worksheet and the Price
Schedule worksheet attached to the Event. The Price Schedule includes product and price offerings. The
Environmental Worksheet must describe complete information for all mercury-containing lamps offered.
All products offered in response to the Solicitation must meet all specifications as outlined in the Solicitation and
all federal and State safety codes and requirements. The Responder’s submission certifies that any offer
submitted to participate in the State’s Solicitation process is for products that will meet the specification as
required.
The Contract Vendor must provide the following product performance parameters and technical information
(via catalogs, product sheets, brochures or link to the manufacturer’s website) on request to Contract
customers.
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Lamp efficiency (lumens/watt)
Lumen output (initial)
Correlated color temperature
Minimum Color Rendering Index (CRI)
Measured input power
Product restrictions
Responders must disclose and report the maximum mercury content in milligrams for all mercury-containing
lamps offered, including but not limited to fluorescent, compact fluorescent, high-pressure sodium, metal halide
and LED lamps. An Environmental Worksheet has been provided for reporting purposes. If reporting a range,
Responders must disclose the top of the range. Responders must also disclose presence of lead in glass and/or
solder for all lamps offered.
Tubular lamps
All tubular fluorescent lamps sold on this contract must meet the following environmental specifications as
detailed below.
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Available in alternative formats
1.0: T8 lamps
Minimum Color
Rendering
Index (CRI)
Minimum Rated
Lamp Life (hours)*
Minimum
Warranty (years)
Maximum
Mercury
Content (mg)
TCLP
Compliant
48 inch, linear (including
32-watt and lowerwattage ‘energy saving’
models).
80
24,000 hours
3 years
3.5 mg
Required
Shorter than 48 inch,
linear
80
18,000 hours
3 years
3.5 mg
Required
Longer than 48 inch,
linear
80
18,000 hours
2 years
10 mg
Required
U-bend
80
18,000 hours
2 years
8 mg
Required
T8 Lamp Types
* Minimum rated lamp life is based on 3 hour/start cycle testing with a 0.9 electronic instant start ballast.
2.0: T5 lamps
T5 Lamp Types
Minimum Color
Rendering Index
(CRI)
Minimum Rated
Lamp Life
(hours)*
Minimum
Warranty
(years)
Maximum
Mercury
Content (mg)
TCLP
Compliant
Standard linear
85
25,000 hours
2 years
3 mg
Required
High Output Linear
85
25,000 hours
2 years
3 mg
Required
Circular
82
12,000 hours
2 years
10 mg
Required
* Minimum rated lamp life is based on 3 hour/start cycle testing on electronic program-start ballast.
Compact fluorescent lamps
All compact fluorescent lamps (cfls) sold on this contract must meet the following environmental specifications
as detailed below.
3.0: Compact fluorescent, pin-based lamps (CFL)
CFL Lamp Types
Minimum Color
Rendering Index
(CRI)
Minimum Rated
Lamp Life (hours)
Minimum
Warranty (years)
Maximum
Mercury
Content (mg)
TCLP Compliant
4-pin
82
12,000 hours
1 year
5
Required (when
available)
4.0: Compact fluorescent, screw based - self-ballasted (CFL)
All screw based-self ballasted CFLs must be ENERGY STAR rated and be on the ENERGY STAR Certified Light Bulbs
list: http://www.energystar.gov/productfinder/product/certified-light-bulbs/results.
Electrodeless fluorescents
All electrode less fluorescent lamps sold on this contract must meet the following environmental specifications
as detailed below.
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5.0: Cold cathode compact fluorescents (CC CFL) and induction lamps
Electrodeless Lamp Types
Minimum Color
Rendering Index(CRI)
Minimum Rated Lamp Life
(hours)
Maximum Mercury
Content (mg)
Self-Ballasted CC CFL
85
15,000
5
Induction
85
100,000
18
High-intensity discharge lamps
All high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps sold on this contract must meet the following environmental
specifications as detailed below.
6.0: High pressure sodium (HPS) lamps
HPS Lamp Types
Minimum Rated
Lamp Life (hours)
Minimum Warranty
(years)
Maximum
Mercury Content
(mg)
TCLP
Compliant
Mogul Base, non-cycling, up to
1,000 watts
30,000
2 years
NA
Required
Mogul Base, cycling, up to
1,000 watts
24,000
1 years
15
Required
Metal halide
All Metal Halide Lamp Types must be TCLP compliant, whenever available, and have a minimum 1-year
warranty.
Prohibited HID lamps
The follow HID lamps are prohibited from this contract.
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Mercury Vapor
Probe-Start Metal Halides
Low Pressure Sodium
Halogen and other incandescent lamps
All incandescent lamps sold on this contract must meet the following environmental specifications as detailed
below.
7.0: Incandescent lamps
Halogen and other incandescent lamps are prohibited from this contract. Responders are asked to promote
more energy-efficient and long-lasting replacements for halogen and other incandescent lamps.
Specialty lamps (i.e. rough service, appliance lamps, fan lamps, etc.) are not prohibited from the contract.
Light-emitting diodes
All light-emitting diode (LED) lamps sold on this contract must meet the following environmental specifications
as detailed below.
8.0: Light-emitting diode exit sign lamps and retrofit kits
Responders must offer clear, green, and red LED exit sign lamps and retrofit kits from at least one manufacturer.
All LED exit sign lamps must be UL 924-listed and ETL-listed, meet current NFPA 101, NEC and OSHA illumination
standards and meet or exceed the following requirements.
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Description
Watts
Minimum Warranty (years)
Exit Sign LED Retrofit Kits
5 maximum
5 years
Individual LED Exit Sign Replacement Lamps
2 maximum
5 years
9.0: Light- emitting diode bulbs, fixtures, drivers, and luminaires
All LEDs sold under this contract must be either Design Lights Consortium (https://www.designlights.org/) or
ENERGYSTAR (http://www/energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=lighting.pr_lighting_landing) qualified.
Responders must offer bulbs that meet the following criteria:
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Maintain at least 70% of their initial light output (L70) at 100,000 hours of operation.
Include a five-year full replacement warranty.
Power factor correction greater than 0.8.
Measured percent flicker from LED integrated systems (including driver, LED array, dimming controls,
daylight sensor) shall be 10% or less across entire dimming range.
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