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V e n t u r e
L i g h t i n g
Introduction
Introduction
Applications
Selection
Guide
Uni-Form®
Systems
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
European
Product
Technical
Information
Who is Venture: Innovator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Who is Venture: Worldwide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Who is Venture: Manufacturer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Why Venture: Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Why Venture: Advantage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Benefits of Uni-Form® pulse start systems . . . .6-13
Why Uni-Form: Better . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Why Uni-Form: Brighter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Why Uni-Form: Safer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Why Uni-Form: Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Why Uni-Form: Superior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Why Uni-Form: Smarter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Why Uni-Form: Reliable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Why Uni-Form: Savings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Vision: the future of metal halide lighting . . . . . . . .14
Applications
Lighting with Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Big box retail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Grocery store lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Retail lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
School/University lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Outdoor sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Arena lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Gas Station Canopy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Highbay industrial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Manufacturing lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Airport lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Security lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Parking garage lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Parking lot and site lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Municipal lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Roadway lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
General guide of product by application . . . . . . . .32
Selection Guide
How to specify Venture product . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Listing of Uni-Form pulse start lamps . . . . . . .34-35
I n t e r n a t i o n a l
Uni-Form® Systems
50 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
70 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
100 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
125 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
150 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
175 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
200 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
250 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
320 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
350 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
400 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Electronic Ballasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
450 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
575 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
875 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
1000 watt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
Natural White™ electronic systems . . . . . . . . . . . .58
Natural White™ magnetic systems . . . . . . . . . . . . .59
Wiring diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Specialty Lamps
High Output Protected Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . .62-63
Energy Master® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64-65
White-Lux® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
High wattage/Sports lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67
Tubular lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
Double ended and G12 lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
High wattage double ended lamps . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Technical Information
Metal halide benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
Uni-Form pulse start system benefits . . . . . . . . . .85
Light output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
Light color . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88
Designing for Low Light Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
Proper Use of MH Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Lamp Life & Group Relamping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93
Open-rated Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94
Ballast introduction and history . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
Ballast types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
Ballast performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98
Lamp starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99
Capacitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99
Ignitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
Remote mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101
Grounding & wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
Circuit Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
Agency Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
Ignitor & Capacitor Figures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103
Bulb and Base Comparison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103
Bracket Figures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
Product Index
Product Description Code Explanation . . . . . . . .107
Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108
Ballasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
Warranty information and dimming policy . . . . . .113
Standard Metal Halide
Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72-73
Ballasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74-75
Wiring diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76
Additional Ballasts
High Pressure Sodium ballasts . . . . . . . . . . . .78-79
Wiring diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
European Product
European lamps and control gear . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
Product
Index
Contact
Information
Spring • 2007 Edition
North American HID Lighting Specification Guide
© 2007 Venture Lighting International Solon, Ohio 44139
Venture, Uni-Form, UV Shield, Opti-Wave, Opti-E, White-Lux, Energy Master, Smartpac, e-Lamp, Natural White and “The World Leader In Metal Halide Technology” are trademarks or registered trademarks of Venture Lighting International.
Photo Credits
Introduction
Applications
Selection
Guide
Uni-Form®
Systems
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
European
Product
INTRODUCTION INFORMATION
The Metal Halide
Innovator
Applying a systems approach to metal halide
development has generated a number of
breakthrough innovations. Venture’s Uni-Form®
pulse start systems begin with our exclusive
tipless formed body arc tube, sculpted to
follow the actual shape of the light-producing
arc producing a nearly perfect thermal
profile. Our patented weldless lamp mount
construction is stronger than standard welds.
Designing high intensity discharge lighting
for use on high frequency electronic ballasts
has opened the door for more efficiency and
more capabilities. Venture has invented most
of the metal halide lamp types used around the
world.
Innovator
Always Breaking
New Ground
Venture Lighting, the fastest growing metal
halide lighting company in the world, is the
only one concentrated on this technology.
Since 1983, we’ve created a constant stream
of new systems for our customers. Our range
of optimized lamps and ballasts, including the
revolutionary Uni-Form systems, has grown to
encompass lamp wattages from 20 to 2000.
This unique focus offers peak performance
lighting solutions.
Venture’s magnetic and electronic Opti-Wave
ballasts improve power control, reduce ballast
noise and lower the current crest factor. The
benefits of our advanced technology include
more light for less energy, improved color
uniformity, significantly longer lamp life, quieter
operation and dimming capabilities.
Product
Index
Technical
Information
Who is Venture?
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INTRODUCTION INFORMATION
Applications
Introduction
Who is Venture?
Global Perspective
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Venture maintains a worldwide network of
low cost, lean manufacturing facilities.
Quality is sustained through control systems
constructed to meet ISO 9001 standards.
Our four facilities in India, a lamp manufacturing
facility, an electronic ballast manufacturing
facility, a magnetic ballast manufacturing
facility and research and development facility.
Our lamp manufacturing facility is the largest
metal halide plant in the Pacific Rim. Our joint
venture in China gives us a presence in one
of the largest potential markets in the world.
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Worldwide
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Our Solon, Ohio headquarters includes a
product development and new products
manufacturing center to support our
leadership in originating new systems. The
company is part of Advanced Lighting
Technologies Inc. (ADLT). Our sister companies
feature complementary capabilities:
APL Engineered Materials (APL), a strategic
supplier of halides, amalgams and other
components to the lighting industry and
Deposition Sciences, Inc. (DSI), a leader in
sophisticated thin film coatings and deposition
systems to the lighting industry.
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Introduction
Applications
Who is Venture?
INTRODUCTION INFORMATION
Leadership Focus
Venture Lighting introduced most of the metal
halide lamp types currently in use around the world,
and our innovations continue to lead the industry.
We were the first to introduce:
• A complete line of low wattage lamps
Selection
Guide
• Reduced jacket 175, 400, 1000 watt lamps
• White-Lux® retrofit lamps to operate on HPS
ballasts
• Open-rated pulse start lamps featuring
UV-reducing UV Shield® technology
• e-Lamp™, designed especially for dimming
on high frequency electronic ballasts
Manufacturer
Compounded Annual Growth Rate
19%
1983 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
Venture, established in 1983, has 19% compounded growth rate over the last 13 years
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
• Horizontal Uni-Form® pulse start lamps
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INTRODUCTION INFORMATION
Metal Halide Leader
The unique characteristics of metal halide
lighting provide high performance.
Applications
Introduction
Why Venture?
• Metal halide lamps have an average life
ranging from 10,000 to 20,000++ hours;
More than 10 times that of
incandescent lamps
• Metal halide light output is closer to
natural sunlight than other sources
Selection
Guide
• Metal halide lamps can be designed to
produce almost any color temperature
from 2,700°K to 20,000°K
Uni-Form®
Systems
• Metal Halide lamps offer excellent
color rendering with a 70 to 90+ CRI
Venture and
Metal Halide Development
Through the Years
1965-1985 Phase I: 175, 250, 400, 1000 and
1500 Watt probe start lamps
1985-1990 Phase II: repackaging existing MH lamps
1990-1996 Phase III: Medium base, low watt
development
Lamp and ballast technology improvements:
- Color uniformity
- Color shift
- Lumen maintenance
- Mortality (life)
- Warm-up
- Re-strike
- Open fixture protection
- Improved performance horizontal
1997-2004 Phase IV: Uni-Form® pulse start metal
halide lighting systems
2005-2006 Phase V: Natural White®, Horizontal
pulse start and electronics
Reengineering Lamp and Ballast technology
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Quality
Additional
Ballasts
Why Metal Halide?
• Metal Halide lamps generate high light
levels from a compact light source
• Lamps are unaffected by ambient
temperature and are equally suited for
indoor and outdoor use
European
Product
• Metal Halide lamps generate
65-115 lumens per watt
Product
Index
Technical
Information
• Deliver more light with lower electrical
power generating requirements which
results in less air pollution
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Why Venture?
INTRODUCTION INFORMATION
Advancements in Lamp Technology
The Venture Advantage
A major advantage in metal halide lighting was
the introduction of Venture’s revolutionary
Uni-Form pulse start system. This second
generation technology holds the future for
metal halide. Uni-Form systems offer up to
50% more lumens per system watt than do
standard metal halide lamps and ballasts. Its
capabilities continue to improve. Recently,
Venture became the only manufacturer to offer
Uni-Form lamps optimized for horizontal
operation in a compact tubular configuration.
New developments will soon bring better
lumen maintenance and even more wattage
options for specifiers.
Pinch Fin
Electrode
Arc Chamber
Exhaust Tip
Electrode
Pinch Fin
Probe Start
Arc Tube
Formed-Body
Pulse Start
Tipless
Arc Tube
Advantage
Metal Halide:
A Light Above The Rest
Specifying Venture® product is easy when there is a
broad range of types and wattages for almost any
application indoor or outdoor. Metal halide lighting can be
used for industrial, commercial, retail and municipal spaces.
• MH vs. Incandescent: MH lamps lasts up to 20 times
longer and have a lower operating cost over life
• MH vs. Mercury Vapor: MH lamps are more energy
efficient. Mercury Vapor lamps produce lower
lumens per watt and with lower CRI than MH
• MH vs. HPS: MH lamps produce better light quality.
HPS lamps deliver a strong yellow light with poor
CRI of only 20 - 25
• MH vs. Fluorescent: The size of a fluorescent lamp
makes it hard to direct light. One 100 watt MH
lamp produces the same total light as three 32
watt T8 fluorescent lamps but can be focused better,
deliverly light where it is needed. MH lamps are not
affected by temperature unlike fluorescent lamps.
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Starter Electrode
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Why Uni-Form ?
Introduction
®
INTRODUCTION INFORMATION
Uni-Form®
Systems
100
80
• Faster Warm-Up/Restrike - Up to 400%
improvement - Less arc chamber quartz mass
reduces thermal losses
Uni-Form Pulse Start
• Better Color Uniformity - Smaller temperature
gradient in the arc tube, along with uniform wall
thickness and shape, combined with the
optimized regulation of the Opti-Wave® ballasts,
results in excellent color uniformity
60
Standard Metal Halide
40
20
40
60
80
100
% Rated Life
• Reliable starting in colder conditions,
down to -40°C; Exclusion of starter electrode,
bi-metal switch and resistor improves the
reliability of the lamp
Better
Color Uniformity
Color Uniformity - MacAdam Ellipses
.016
.008
CCY
• More consistent lamp to lamp color
• Better color while dimming with
Uni-Form systems - Stays white
when dimmed, while ceramic
metal halide turns green
.032
.024
Additional
Ballasts
• Up to 100% longer lamp life - Less replacement
for the end-user.
• Saves Energy - Up to 50% improvement in
system lumens per watt compared to standard
metal halide technology
0
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Lamp Mortality Curve
% Survivors
Selection
Guide
Applications
Longer Life
Uni-Form® pulse start systems
offer up to 100% longer lamp
life along with improved lumen
maintenance. This directly
benefits end-users by reducing
lifetime operating costs. While
50% of standard metal halide
lamps survive to the end of
their rated life, 70% of
Uni-Form lamps will still be
operating on magnetic ballasts.
On HF electronic ballasts, 80%
of Uni-Form lamps will still be
operating at the end of rated life.
The Uni-Form®
Advantage
• Ideal for daylight harvesting
0
-.008
Lumen Maintenance Comparison
55,000
-.024
-.032
-.032
Uni-Form®
450 Watt
-.024
Product
Index
-.016
-.008
0
.008
.016
.024
45,000
.032
Standard MH
Ceramic MH
Uni-Form MH
10-step ellipse
6-step ellipse
4-step ellipse
Lumens
CCX
35,000
Uni-Form®
Uni-Form systems are a more efficient light
source, especially when operating on Venture’s
electronic ballast. Compared to standard metal
halide or many T5HO systems, Uni-Form
systems save more energy.
350 Watt
25,000
Technical
Information
European
Product
-.016
MH 400W/U
15,000
5,000
10,000
15,000
20,000
Hours of Operation
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Superior Lumen Maintenance
Uni-Form pulse start system lumen output does not decay as
rapidly over life as standard metal halide. Mean lumens improve
dramatically, up to 50% higher, with lamps operating on
Opti-Wave low current crest factor ballasts.
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Uni-Form 450W
Uni-Form®
Systems
47,000 Initial Lumens
a il
Brighter
Advantage
125W
150W
16800
Lumens
14000
Lumens
9100
Lumens
175W
43
LPW
200W
72LPW
20000
Lumens
29000
Lumens
23000
Lumens
13700
Lumens
250W
73LPW
47
LPW
300W
320W
350W
400W
51
LPW
450W
575W
80LPW
66
LPW
875W
86LPW
LPW= Mean Lumens Per System Watt
Product
Index
Note: All Uni-Form pulse start wattages are tested on Opti-Wave
ballasts. All standard systems are tested on CWA ballasts
25000
Lumens
71000
Lumens
40000
Lumens
35000
Lumens
26000
Lumens
80000
Lumens
STANDARD 1000 Watt
10500
Lumens
Mean Lumen
STANDARD
8400
Lumens
The
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STANDARD
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
European
Product
a
(8)
F54T5HO
37,600 Mean Lumens
40,000 Initial Lumens
at 35˚c
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Selection
Guide
(on electronics)
40,000 Mean Lumens
F
Technical
Information
C a ll,
Standard 400W
Metal Halide
23,000 Mean Lumens
36,000 Initial Lumens
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Applications
Introduction
Why Uni-Form ?
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Featuring
Protection
Applications
Introduction
Why Uni-Form ?
®
Selection
Guide
For over 15 years, Venture has been leading the
way by producing metal halide lamps that
contain shrouds which passs the ANSI
containment test. In the event of an arc tube
rupture,
the
shroud
contains
hot
particles within the lamp. Venture is building
lighting systems with safety in mind.
Stop Yellowing
• Meets requirements of the
2005 National Electric Code®
Without UV Shield®
With UV Shield®
• No luminaire lens required,
delivering more light
Uni-Form®
Systems
• Can be operated continuously,
no shut-off required
• Blocks nearly all UV with
UV Shield® technology
• Can be used in open or enclosed luminaries
• Passes ANSI test for use in open luminaries
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Safer
Venture’s Type-O
MP & MPI Shrouded Arc Tubes
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
We have
Product
Index
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Venture lamps meet the requirements of the
2005 National Electric Code®. This means that in
all states that adopt the 2005 NEC, all metal
halide open fixtures must have sockets that can
only operate with ANSI Type-O lamps, which
feature a containment shroud around the arc tube.
Standard
arc tube
found in a
Type-S lamp
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Horizontal Pulse Start
Selection
Guide
Applications
Introduction
Why Uni-Form ?
®
The only pulse start
product designed for
optimal operation in the
No position oriented socket (pom)
needed!
Leadership
Greater Performance
Achieve greater performance with Uni-Form® Horizontal pulse
start. The secret is in the shape. Venture’s unique formed body
arc tube in the first pulse start lamps especially designed for
horizontal operation.
Additional
Ballasts
• Long life: 20,000+ hours
• Optimized for full cut off fixtures
- better light & less light pollution
Isn’t it Time to Switch
From HPS to Uni-Form
• Better design flexibility
®
Lamp Mortality
Through Useful Life
Scotopic System LPW
(S/P)
90
80
Standard
MH 400W/U/ED28
horizontal
70
60
40
400W
200W
320W
350W
Uni-Form® Horizontal
Pulse Start T15 Lamps
100
140
120
100
Uni-Form®
Horizontal
T15 320W
80
% Survivors
Scotopic System Lumens Per Watt
European
Product
100
50
160
HPS
Uni-Form®
Horizontal
pulse start
90
80
In many applications,
Horizontal pulse start
equals HPS
70
60
MH 400W/U/ED28
HPS 400W
horizontal operation
40
4,000
8,000
12,000
16,000
Hours of Operation
20,000
60
4,000
8,000
12,000
No Trade-Offs
• Same life as vertical lamps
• Same restrike time
• Same color uniformity
• 40% Higher mean lumens
than probe start
Hours of Operation
Product
Index
Technical
Information
Horizontal Performance
Mean Lumens Per Watt
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
horizontal position
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Why Uni-Form ?
®
INTRODUCTION INFORMATION
Bring Daylight Indoors
Natural White
®
What could be more natural than sunlight? With
Natural White, blues are true blue, reds are more
vibrant, whites are whiter, and skin tones are as
natural looking as under the sun.
• High CRI lighting, 90+
950 Series of Lamps
• 90% mean lumens - A first in HID industry!
• Daylight color: 5000K CCT which is perfect
for daylight harvesting
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• With electronic system,
2 year 100% lamp warranty
• Excellent color uniformity
9n0Lumens
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Natural White®
5000K - 90+ CRI
Ceramic metal halide
4000K - 90 CRI
Compact Fluorescent
3500K - 82 CRI
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Lighting with Electronics
Venture designs and manufactures a wide selection of
Opti-E™ electronic ballasts. All ballasts are compliant
with North American safety standards, including
UL Component Recognition for both Canada and U.S.
(
and
). More certifications are forth coming.
Our plants are ISO 9001 certified.
• Electronic ballasts have improved efficiency >93%
compared to 88% for CWA ballasts
• Dimming built in for control interface of
continuous dimming down to 50% with
e-Lamp™ products
• Faster lamp warm up - fast high frequency ignition
• Improved arc stability - flicker free
• Improved lumen maintenance
• Tight lamp power regulation improves
color uniformity
Lamp Mortality Curve
100
% Survivors
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80
Uni-Form
Pulse Start e-Lamp
60
Standard Metal Halide
40
0
20
40
60
80
100
% Rated Life
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System Solutions
Double Your Warranty
It’s not just about lamps and ballasts. It’s about all the further
benefits of a lighting system solution. Venture’s pulse start system
technology, actualized in Uni-Form® pulse start lamps and
Opti-Wave® ballasts (magnetic and electronic), represents
advancement as important as the invention of the metal halide lamp.
Every change in arc tube design, lamp construction and the ballast
enhances overall system performance. This metal halide focus
allows us to offer a vast array of integrated packages, providing
optimum lighting efficacy and quality for virtually any application.
Venture’s “One Call” limited warranty program is first in the industry
in its comprehensive system coverage. It doubles the warranty
period on lamps and ballasts purchased and installed as part of the
Uni-Form system. Since Venture designs and
manufactures the lamps and ballasts, customers
who purchase a complete system need to
make only “one call” to receive full service
on any component from Venture’s team of
technical experts. This means no finger
pointing; one source, one call to 1-800LIMITED
451-2606 for service. Technical
assistants will answer all your questions.
ONE CALL
SYSTEM
Smarter
Energy Savings & Recycling
In One Box!
Venture’s Smartpac® service solves your solid
waste problem with simple, no-fee HID lamp
recycling for the United States and Canada:
• No cost to you for the service; pay only
for shipping
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• 100% of the mercury is reclaimed
As easy as...
1. Buy
2. Contact
3. Ship
Buy metal halide lamps from Venture Lighting.
Just put the used lamps in the Venture Lighting
carton and seal it.
Contact a Smartpac customer representative
for your Return Authorization Number.
For details, call 888-223-6359 or
e-mail us at [email protected]
Ship the lamps back to Venture Lighting.
If you are in a state or province that promotes
recycling, you can use a bill of lading.
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• Meets all North American regulatory guidelines
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Not Affected By Temperature
110
Less Temperature
Variation
Metal halide technology is not
affected by temperature, compared
to fluorescent lighting that has a
single optimal temperature point.
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90
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70
60
Better Cold Starting
Uni-Form technology offers more
reliable starting at extreme
temperatures, down to -40°C (-40°F).
It’s perfect for winter weather or
warehouse freezer conditions.
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T8 Fluorescent
T5HO Fluorescent
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Reliable
Warm Up and Restrike Time
• 4-5 times faster than ceramic metal halide
Uni-Form
Advantage
• Uni-Form and Opti-Wave give you less time in the dark
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Warm Up
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Retrofit and Save
Making Things Look Better
Your local utility company may offer rebates
when you upgrade to more efficient lighting.
Your
payback
timeframe on these
systems could be
significantly reduced.
Visit the “Energy
Savings” section of
Venture’s website or
call Venture today for
more details about
rebates and start
saving up to 45% on
your energy costs!
In an energy-friendly way
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Savings
130 Stores
Stores -- Electronics
Supermarket
Chain
400
Retailer
Major U.S. Manufacturing Facility
$20
$25
$1.5
$ in Millions
$1.2
Savings from Uni-Form systems
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$0
$10
$10
• Energy Costs in $ Millions
• Assumes 3% annual increase
in energy costs
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
$5
$5
$0
Year 5
Total energy savings with Uni-Form
systems: $1.9 Million
$20
$15
$15
Energy costs using
Uni-Form systems
$0.3
400 Stores - Electronics Retailer
$25
$ in Millions
$15
For example, our Uni-Form® 320 watt system
gives more light than yesterday’s 400 watt
system and a savings of 111 watts. That’s a
reduction in energy use of almost one-third.
$10
$5
$0
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Total Energy Savings with
Uni-Form systems:
$20.1 Million
$20
How much will I save?
$$ in
in Millions
Millions
Total Energy Savings with
Uni-Form systems:
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
$32.0 Million
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The Future of Metal Halide - Diffusion of Innovation
Applications
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More to Come
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There is potential in other applications where
energy efficiency and light quality are
important, including accent lighting and
residential lighting. Designing metal halide
for many more specifiable applications and
by introducing innovative lighting products,
Venture will continue to raise the lighting
industry standards. Venture is a corporation
built upon synergies, using our own materials
and components to create lighting systems
for more applications, making the future of
lighting a reality.
Bring Daylight Indoors and Daylight into the Night
High Watt
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his section shows the many uses and
advantages of Venture’s metal halide
lighting products, such as Uni-Form®
pulse start lamps, Opti-Wave® ballasts and
specialty lighting products such as our
sports lighting lamps.
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With the wide variety of applications and
possibilities, along with the great benefits
such as energy savings and better quality
light, Venture is clearly the world leader in
metal halide technology.
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Lighting with electronics . . . . . . . . . . .16
Big box retail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Grocery store lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Retail lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
School/University lighting . . . . . . . . . .20
Outdoor sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Arena lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Gas Station Canopy lighting . . . . . . . .23
Highbay industrial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Manufacturing lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Airport lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Security lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Parking garage lighting . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Parking lot and site lighting . . . . . . . . .29
Municipal lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Roadway lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Application-product guide . . . . . . . . .32
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The Challenge:
Applications
Decrease energy costs
while maintaining, or even
enhancing, light levels
The Solution: Venture’s
450 watt Uni-Form® lamp for
use on electronic ballast
Location: Two Southern
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Efficiency Comparison
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Mean System Lumens Per Watt
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California facilities of a
manufacturer of jet airliners
90
(8) T5HO* Uni-Form®
440W
450W
80
(on electronics)
(8) F54T5HO*
70
60
50
40
Standard
400W
Standard
400W
460
472
460
Average System Watts
* At optimal ambient temperature: 35°C, Metal Halide is not effected by temperature
o save energy, a manufacturer of commercial jet airliners was
shutting down alternating rows of high bay lighting at two
Southern California facilities. While this reduced costs, it also
limited visibility for employees in many of the plants’ work areas.
The plants utilized standard 1000 watt metal halide fixtures that were
generating approximately 30 foot-candles of light. The company
researched for a long-term lighting solution that would use less
electricity but not decrease, and perhaps even enhance, lighting levels.
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Working with several electrical product distributors, two innovative
solutions were considered: T5HO (high output) fluorescent silhouette
lamps with electronic ballasts; and Venture’s 450 watt Uni-Form® lamp
on a state-of-the-art electronic ballast. Eight samples of each
of the proposals were installed and tested in the Long Beach facility.
The Uni-Form lamp was chosen over the T5HO fluorescent.
The T5HO lamps generated 38-40 foot-candles of light and a 50
percent reduction in energy usage. However, Venture’s 450 watt
Uni-Form lamp with the high-frequency electronic ballast resulted in
50 foot-candles and approximately a 60 percent reduction in electricity
usage. Additionally, since fluorescent light fixture optics were not
precise enough for the high-bay application, the light patterns of the
T5HO solution were too wide and did not meet the minimum light
necessary for the facility. The solution utilizing Venture’s product had
optics capable of focusing the light at the workspace, providing more
light where the workers needed it.
Also available, Venture’s e-Lamp™ product which has deep dimming
capabilities, delivering tremendous energy savings. Deep dimming
helps with load shedding during peak demand periods and, thus, can
eliminate paying very high peak demand charges from utilities which
can be many times more than standard electricity charges.
The result of replacing the existing system was an increased light
output of 20 foot candles, allowing the plant to use 20 percent fewer
fixtures to maintain identical light levels. According to the
company, 100 percent of the costs of the new fixtures and lamps
were recouped in less than two years.
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Big Box Retail
The Challenge:
Load shedding and energy
savings with quality, high CRI
white light
The Solution: Venture’s
400 watt Natural White™
lamps with Opti-E™ electronic
ballasts
ig box retail stores, such as discount warehouses, provide aisle
after aisle of diversified low cost, low margin, high volume food
and general merchandise products. Consumers looking to
get the most for their money are frequent shoppers at these
membership-oriented establishments. Effective lighting is an
important factor in providing an appealing shopping atmosphere
and enables consumers to make their shopping choices in a well
and naturally lit environment.
lamps to 35% of full output. In addition, use of skylights resulted in
daylight harvesting of natural sunlight, which led to even greater
energy savings.
Many of these retail establishments are equipped with outdated 400
watt metal halide technology, low in energy efficiency with oftentimes
less than desirable color rendering of displayed products. One such
store chain sought to achieve brighter, more natural lighting in one of
its locations, and at the same time, realize significant energy savings
in the process.
Natural White™ Electronic System Benefits
B
The system they chose to accomplish these goals was Venture’s
Natural White™ 950 series lamps with the energy-saving Opti-E™
electronic ballast system. With 500 retrofit fixtures, this retail chain
utilized an advanced control system to benefit from dimming these
The Venture system has provided significant energy savings and load
shedding. The stores are brighter and more appealing to its
customers. The patrons shop in more natural lighting with excellent
color rendering of all products.
• High CRI lighting, 90+ with daylight color: 5000K CCT, which is
perfect for daylight harvesting
• 90% mean lumens; A first in HID industry!
• With electronic system, 2 year 100% lamp warranty
• Excellent color uniformity
The Natural White™ details can be found on
page 58
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Grocery Store Lighting
The Challenge:
Appealing white light for
better color rendering of
products
The Solution: Venture’s
320 watt Uni-Form® systems
with Opti-Wave® ballasts
n a well-planned store where customers quickly find the
items they need, attractive displays encourage them to
browse and buy, leaving customers satisfied and more likely
to return. Store lighting plays a significant role in assisting
shoppers to locate items on shelves and in highlighting the
important features of these items. Lights that are bright with an
appealing color are more likely to entice customers inside than
those that create a gloomy atmosphere.
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Uni-Form® 320W Benefits
• Up to 16% higher mean lumens than standard 400 watt
metal halide lamp means more light for the same
number of luminaires
• Long life: 20,000+ hours
• Improved color uniformity vs. standard 400 watt
metal halide system
• UV Shield®, available on ANSI Type-O (open rated) lamps,
reduces fading of merchandise
• Energy Savings up to 106 watts per luminaire
The Uni-Form® 320W details can be found
on page 48
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Mean Lumen Comparison
45,000
40,000
Mean Lumens
Efficient lumen output,
cost savings in lamp
replacement, good color
rendering and long
performance life
The Solution: Venture’s
400 watt Uni-Form® systems
Uni-Form®
400W
35,000
30,000
25,000
T5HO*
(6)(6)
F54T5HO*
Standard
400W
20,000
15,000
he challenges of operating a retail store in today’s market are
numerous. With the advent of the Internet, consumers have an
alternative means to do their shopping. However, retailers are
trying to do everything in their power to maintain a competitive edge.
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“We want our customers to feel stimulated by the sights and sounds
in the entertaining atmosphere of our stores,” said Eric Ommundsen,
manager, corporate communications for Future Shop, a Canadian
retailer. Future Shop operates 80 super centers and one music and
video software store.
With stores averaging 25,400 sq. ft., four major criteria were considered
in the selection of a light source: efficient lumen output, cost savings in
lamp replacement, good color rendering and long performance life.
Future Shop selected Venture’s 400 watt Uni-Form® lamps and acrylic
prismatic reflectors from Keene-Widelite, Ontario, Canada. The pulse
start metal halide system met the criteria with faster warm-up and
restrike times.
* At optimal ambient temperature: 35°C, Metal Halide is not effected by temperature
“It’s amazing how much good lighting can enhance the
environment of a store,” Ommundsen said.
Uni-Form® 400 Watt Benefits
• Up to 50% more mean lumens than standard 400 watt
metal halide systems
• Long life: 20,000+ hours
• High initial lumens: 44,000
The Uni-Form® 400W details can be found
on page 50
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School/University Lighting
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The Challenge: Quality
white light with open
luminaire protection, energy
savings and long life
The Solution: Venture’s
320W Uni-Form® lamps with
Opti-Wave® Ballasts
Job: Montour School
District, Western
Pennsylvania
ighting Western Pennsylvania’s Montour School District’s five
gymnasiums (totaling 37,000 square feet) put a strain on their
annual energy budget of $650,000. They had a requirement to
reduce costs by 16 percent. Venture Lighting’s Uni-Form® 320W
system helped exceeding this requirement.
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By using Venture Lighting’s 320 watt Uni-Form® lamps and
Opti-Wave® ballasts, Montour will save in excess of $1 million over a
10-year span. The gyms had a combined total of 123 lamps.
Previously, these facilities used a combination of 400 watt probe start
metal halide and mercury vapor lamps.
Energy consumption was further reduced through the use of an
occupancy sensor-based, bi-level control lighting system installed
in all five gyms.
Uni-Form® 320W Benefits/Features
• Energy Savings up to 106 watts per luminaire
• Up to 16% higher mean lumens than standard 400 watt
metal halide lamps
• Long life: 20,000+ hours
• Improved color uniformity vs. standard 400 watt
metal halide system
• UV Shield®, available with shrouded lamps, reduces color fading
• MP lamps (ANSI Type-O) for operation in open luminaires
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on page 48
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Outdoor Sports Lighting
The Challenge: High
output white light source
with long life
The Solution: Venture’s
1500W and 1650W Sports
Lighting Lamps
hether it’s lighting indoor or outdoor sports venues, Venture
Lighting is at the top of the list. From baseball to football to
auto racing, Venture provides the best in sports
lighting. Venture’s lamps are used in both major and minor league
ballparks. They include Major League Baseball’s Miller Park in
Milwaukee and Cleveland’s Jacobs Field, as well as minor league
parks such as Canal Park in Akron, Ohio, home of the Akron Aeros,
the Indians’ Class-AA farm team and Lelacheur Park in Lowell,
Mass., home of the Lowell Spinners, the Boston Red Sox Class-A
affiliate.
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Venture’s 70, 100 and 150 watt Uni-Form® lamps are used to light the
concourse, plaza, entrances and ticket windows of Miller Park, which
opened for play in 2001. The lighting design was a complicated task
since the park has a retractable roof, thus light levels had to be
sufficient even when the roof was closed.
Cleveland Browns Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 73,200,
has over 600 luminaires, including Venture’s 100, 150, 250 and 350
watt Uni-Form systems for the concourses.
Venture’s MS 1500W/HOR/XP/Sport 60 lamps were used in 115
luminaires on eight poles surrounding Lelacheur Park in Lowell.
With a seating capacity of 5,000, the park underwent a retrofit in
2001 as the park also plays host to the University of Lowell for
spring and fall baseball.
Sports Lighting Benefits/Features
• Position oriented horizontal applications up to 60° tilt
• Unique cross pinch design for stable light output
• High lumen output (1650 watt), 177,000 lumens and 107 lumens
per watt for optimal horizontal and vertical illuminance
• Warm 3200K - 4000K color
The Sports Lighting lamp details can be found
on page 67
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Arena Lighting
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The Challenge: Energy
savings with quality white
light
The Solution: Venture’s
1000 Watt horizontal system
Job: Xcel Energy Center
Arena, St. Paul, Minnesota
ighting sports and entertainment facilities such as Xcel Energy
Center in St. Paul, Minnesota makes Venture Lighting a member
of the major leagues. The 650,000 sq. ft. Xcel Energy Center is
home to the National Hockey League’s Minnesota Wild, the 2004
NHL All-Star game and four World Cup of Hockey games.
“They’re great lights,” said Mark Anger, director of Facilities
Development for Minnesota Sports & Entertainment.
The NHL demands quality lighting for televising games. This includes
rendering players’ jerseys in true color and adequately lighting the ice
rink and fans in the arena’s first 30 rows. Venture Lighting’s
MS 1000W/HOR/BT37/3K lamps produce the necessary 125 foot
candles of vertical illumination, high color rendering and light quality.
The lighting design called for 340 luminaires, but the Venture lamps’
light output helped reduce that number to 280 luminaires.
1000W Horizontal Benefits/Features
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Venture lamps also light the American Airlines Center, Conseco
Fieldhouse, Pepsi Center, Staples Center and First Union Arena.
• Position oriented super metal halide for maximum light output
• Reduced outer jacket for precise optical control
• Warm 3400K color
The 1000W Horizontal lamp details can be
found on page 73
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Gas Station Canopy
The Challenge: Bright,
white light for safety and
security
The Solution: Venture’s
400 watt Natural White™
systems with Opti-Wave®
ballasts
hen the tank nears empty and it’s time to fill ‘er up,
finding the nearest gas station isn’t the only consideration,
especially at night. Lighting plays an important role, as
customers not only feel safer in well-lighted areas but studies show
that brighter light tends to draw more customers.
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Lighting is even more important at gas stations that feature
convenience stores. Customers want a sense of security when they
exit their vehicles to buy cigarettes, a soft drink, a snack or other
items. Venture Lighting’s Natural White™ 400 watt lamps produce
the necessary illumination… and peace of mind.
Venture’s Natural White lamps provide improved color uniformity, up
to 25 percent higher mean lumens and 106 lumens per watt (LPW),
compared to 90 LPW for a standard 400 watt metal halide lamp.
Providing the color of natural sunlight, these lamps have a superior
color rendering index (CRI) of over 90, perfect for better night vision
at gas station canopies. And combining Natural White lamps with
Venture’s Opti-Wave® ballasts saves up to 75 watts per fixture!
Natural White lamps by
Venture Lighting, featuring high quality daylight white light, are
ideal for providing the safety and security necessary for attracting
customers to your gas station canopies. Utilizing Venture’s
Opti-Wave ballasts with Natural White lamps provides the added
advantage of significant wattage reduction and energy savings.
Natural White™ 400W Benefits
• High CRI lighting, 90+
• Daylight color: 5000K CCT - Lamps appear brighter!
• 90% mean lumens; A first in the HID industry!
• More effective lumens - Improves nighttime vision
• Excellent color uniformity
The Natural White™ details can be found on
page 58
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Highbay Industrial
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRODUCT GUIDE
Lumen Maintenance Comparison
The Challenge: Energy
savings with more white light
100,000
875W Uni-Form® system
Location: Firestone
Building Products’ Deforest,
Wisconsin facility
Lamp Lumens
Specialty
Lamps
The Solution: Venture’s
80,000
Uni-Form®
MS 875W/BU/BT37/PS
60,000
MH 1000W/U/BT37
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Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
40,000
5,000
12,000
10,000
15,000
20,000
Hours of Operation
irestone Building Products in Deforest, Wisconsin contacted
M&A Railroad and Electrical Supply about upgrading their
lighting system; review the existing system, determine a
solution that meets the criteria and implement the lighting
scheme.
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At the Deforest location, M&A found that the facility currently
utilized 1000-watt high pressure sodium (HPS) lamps with CWA
ballasts in 165 basic aluminum fixtures mounted to ceiling
heights ranging from 25 to 30 feet. Relamping the facility with
HPS lamps could provide the required 50 foot-candles, but it
couldn’t offer the quality of light needed for employees to complete their jobs accurately. M&A next investigated T5 and T8
fluorescent systems, as well as metal halide systems to determine the best fit for the Deforest facility. Based on the criteria of
providing energy efficiency, white light and ease of retrofitting the
lamps into the existing fixtures, M&A recommended Uni-Form
875 watt lamps and Opti-Wave® ballasts
In addition, Firestone was able to reduce
energy consumption by 40 percent by adding
dimming controls. The 875 watt systems
maintain a consistent color shift and have a
high lumen output of 100,000 lumens as well
as 20,000+ hours rated life.
Uni-Form® 875W Benefits
• High lumen output: 100,000 lumens!
• 115 Lamp Lumens Per Watt
• Energy savings 155 watts per luminaire
• Rated Life (10 hrs. / Start): 20,000+ hrs.
• Burn Position: Base Up ± 15°
• Available in energy efficient 875W 480V Opti-Wave®,
tri-tap and quad-tap ballast options
Product
Index
The Uni-Form® 875W details can be found on
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Manufacturing Lighting
APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRODUCT GUIDE
The Challenge:
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Retrofit HPS to achieve
whiter, brighter light
The Solution: Venture’s
450 watt Uni-Form® systems
with Opti-Wave® ballasts
Job: Tower Automotive,
Granite City, Illinois
Mean Lumen Comparison
Uni-Form®
450W
40,000
Mean Lumens
(8) T5HO*
35,000
30,000
25,000
Standard
400W
20,000
ower Automotive in Granite City, Illinois, has been an industry
leader in production of upper and lower body structures,
chassis and suspension stampings, assemblies and modules.
T
When considering a retrofit, the company realized that the existing
400 watt high pressure sodium (HPS) systems did not produce the
quality of light it wanted. Staber Dearth, Tower Automotive’s Facilities
Engineer, set out several important criteria: same footcandles and
amount of energy consumed as the HPS system, a light source that
better resembled natural sunlight and a fast restrike time.
The solution is Venture’s Uni-Form® lamps and high performance
ballasts. “Compared to the HPS lighting, the 450 watt Uni-Form lamps
and Opti-Wave® ballasts give us nearly the same light levels, lumens and
power consumption,” Dearth said. The Uni-Form 450 watt coated lamps
gave 100 lumens per watt and 45,000 lumens - nearly the equivalent of
a 400 watt HPS lamp, making a dramatic difference.
“The pulse start metal halide lamps were favored by the plant's
employees because they perceived Venture’s lamps as having much
more light,” said Len Wiggins, a lighting representative from St. Louis,
who was also involved in the project.
15,000
* At optimal ambient temperature: 35°C, Metal Halide is not effected by temperature
Uni-Form® 450W Benefits
• Lower first cost by using up to 50% fewer
fixtures than standard 400 watt
metal halide systems
• Energy savings: over 50% improvement in mean lumens
per watt vs. standard 400 watt metal halide system
• Long life: 20,000+ hours
• Improved color uniformity
• Optimized lamp/ballast systems for superior performance
• Higher CRI of 65-70 over HPS lamps at 22 CRI
The Uni-Form® 450W details can be found on
page 52
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
45,000
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Airport Lighting
APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRODUCT GUIDE
Applications
The Challenge: Bright
white light from high ceiling in
both indoor and outdoor
applications
The Solution: Venture’s
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
875 watt Uni-Form® systems
with Opti-Wave® ballasts
Providing good quality light at airports is quite a challenge. Not only
do the interiors of the terminals need to be well lit for ticket agents,
airline personnel and passengers; but the tarmac, parking garages
and other areas of the airport are equally important.
Upon landing, pilots must navigate the runway to steer the aircraft to
the designated gate destination. Dark nights and inclement weather
diminish visibility, making quality light that much more important.
Venture Lighting’s 875 watt Uni-Form® lamps are an ideal choice for
such applications, particularly in high bay and outdoor areas. The
pulse start lamps provide up to 50% more hours of life with high
efficacy (115 LPW) which translates to more light for less energy,
better cold starting and faster restrike times.
The MS 875W/BU/BT37/PS lamp provides an average life of 20,000+
hours and is equally suitable for hangars, runways, indoor and
outdoor buildings and high bay applications.
875 Watt Uni-Form Benefits/Features
• High lumen output: 100,000 lumens!
• 115 Lamp lumens per watt
• Energy savings of 155 watts per luminaire compared to standard
1000 watt metal halide systems
• Rated Life (10 hrs. per start): 20,000+ hours.
• Available in energy efficient 875W 480V
Opti-Wave, tri-tap and quad-tap
ballast options
The Uni-Form® 875W
details can be found
on page 56
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Security Lighting
The Challenge: Safety,
nighttime security and greater
white light output
The Solution: Venture’s
Uni-Form® systems with
Opti-Wave® ballasts
ne Mexico City municipality looked to increase nighttime visibility in hopes to decrease felonies in public spaces. There was
a preponderance of high pressure sodium lamps, with their
distinctive “yellow” glow, reducing overall visibility during the night,
creating public safety and security issues.
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Studies have shown that metal halide lighting, with visible “white”
light, can have a visibility effectiveness of up to six times that of HPS
when used at night.
In the summer of 2005, this municipality installed Venture’s horizontal
burning Uni-Form lamps in one park. Antonio Gershensen, Public
Lighting Director of Mexico City, noted: “This kind of lamp gives 30%
more light than the old yellow ones. The lamps not only last longer but
also give more brightness and clearness”. Mario Bonilla Ramirez,
Coacalco County Under Director of Public Services also notes that
these lamps have resulted in “a diminishing of 25% in the small
felonies in the streets”.
Uni-Form® Horizontal Pulse Start System
• More light and less energy compared to standard
metal halide systems
• Safer, brighter white light compared to HPS
• Energy savings resulting in large returns
• More effective lumens than HPS - See more at night!
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRODUCT GUIDE
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Parking Garage Lighting
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRODUCT GUIDE
Lumen Maintenance Comparison
22,000
Uni-Form®
MS 200W/V/PS
Specialty
Lamps
Lamp Lumens
18,000
14,000
MH 250W/U
(Rated Lamp Life
10,000 Hours)
10,000
MH 175W/U
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
(Rated Lamp Life
10,000 Hours)
6,000
5,000
10,000
15,000
Hours of Operation
anked among the world’s top airports for overall customer
satisfaction, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport
continuously makes improvements to provide an enjoyable
experience traveling by air. The latest project involved a comprehensive lighting retrofit of its parking garage, seeking to reduce
energy costs without sacrificing light output.
R
Previously, 175, 250, and 400-watt standard metal halide lamps
were used in the parking garage; but after four years, they
required change-outs. Looking for the best solution, the airport
opted for Venture’s 125 and 200-watt Uni-Form® lamps for the
retrofit.
In addition, Venture’s Opti-Wave® multi-tap ballasts replaced the
previous ballasts, which were no longer compatible. The Venture
metal halide lamps provide an energy savings up to 113 watts
per luminaire, longer life and increased light output. Light levels
were doubled, thus providing clearer images for airport security
cameras as well.
Other benefits realized were large annual energy
savings, reduced maintenance costs and better
color rendering, which aids in improved security,
providing a safe haven for customers in the
parking garage. The substantial energy savings
correlates to an expected payback of just one year.
Uni-Form® 200W Systems Benefits
• 20% more maintained lumens than standard 250 watt
metal halide, 85% more than standard 175 watt metal halide
• Up to 50% longer life than standard 175 or 250 watt
metal halide lamps
• 105 lumens per watt and 15,000 hours of life compared
with standard 250W metal halide with 84 lumens per watt
and 10,000 hours of life
• Better color uniformity
Product
Index
The Uni-Form® 200W details can be found
on page 44
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Parking Lots & Sites
APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRODUCT GUIDE
After
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Applications
The Challenge: To
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
provide high quality light
The Solution: Venture’s
400 watt Uni-Form® systems
with Opti-Wave® ballasts
Job: Marlton Crossing,
New Jersey
Before
arlton Crossing, located in Marlton, NJ, a suburb of
Philadelphia, is a 330,000 square foot open air retail
shopping center. Management was concerned that lighting
in their parking lots needed improvements, particularly when they
noted that some competitor lots were lit better. They knew a well-lit
parking lot appears safer then a dimly lit lot, parked cars are easier
to identify and more customer activity is increased.
M
Marlton Crossing utilized Site Photometrics, LLC in Columbia, Md. to
evaluate the existing lighting and to determine what type of
parking lot lighting would be best, deliver the highest lighting levels,
in a cost effective manner.
In October of 2005, Site Photometrics, LLC replaced 68 400W HPS
lamps and ballasts with 68 400W Venture Uni-Form pulse start metal
halide lamps and ballasts in the existing lighting fixtures at Marlton
Crossing. Jerry Morstein, Principal of Site Photometrics, LLC, said
that a contracted independent surveyor literally "...measured light
output from the high pressure sodium lamps as well as the new pulse
start metal halide lamps in a nighttime environment. Nighttime
lighting should be measured in effective, a.k.a. scotopic, lumens to
accommodate the response of the eye in dark conditions. As a
result, the light output was a full 2.5 times greater for the new lamps
than for the previously utilized HPS lamps. A major improvement
was shown both through the naked eye, and as measured by a
Solar Light Meter, reading in scotopic illuminance.
Now a much better lit and safer retail shopping center, Marlton
Crossing achieved their goals through little initial cost, as well as no
increased energy costs. No longer uncomfortable with the poor
lighting provided by HPS lamps, and pleased with the white light,
Marlton’s customers can now park in an extremely well lit and bright
parking lot, and enjoy all the comforts and peace of mind which that
brings to their shopping experience.
Uni-Form® 400 Watt Benefits
• 2.5 times brighter than HPS for the same energy used
• Long life: 20,000+ hours
• High initial lumens: 44,000
The Uni-Form® 400W details can be found
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Introduction
Municipal Lighting
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Mean Lumen Comparison
The Challenge: Energy
savings and better nighttime
visibility
The Solution: Venture’s
350W Uni-Form® system
with Opti-Wave® ballasts
Job: The Mall, St James,
London, England
45,000
40,000
Mean Lamp Lumens
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRODUCT GUIDE
35,000
Uni-Form®
350W
30,000
25,000
Standard
400W
20,000
15,000
efurbishment of street lighting columns in some of London’s
most famous landmarks has included the replacement of
700W mercury vapor lamps with 350W metal halide lamps
from Venture Lighting. The end result is a brighter appearance
with illuminance levels the same as before, while saving 50% on
energy costs.
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Work on the street lighting in St James, the Mall and Admiralty Arch
was carried out by NLA (Services) Ltd and involved replacement of
control gear and ignitors as well as lamps. “Upgrading to metal
halide provided the client with a much better lighting installation
with minimal capital outlay and significant energy savings,”
remarked NLA’s John Coletrini. “We had always had very good
service from Venture in the past so I recommended them for
this project,” he added.
“One of the challenges we faced was that there was no space for the
ignitors in the luminaires so they had to be housed in the base of the
column some 9 meters away,” Mr Coletrini continued. “Most lamps
require the ignitor to be no more than 1 metre away, but the Venture
lamps are able to accommodate this longer distance,” he added.
In all, around 80
columns have
been upgraded in this way and the work was timed to coincide with
refurbishment of the columns. The work in St James and the Mall
was carried out for the Royal Parks, while Admiralty Arch comes
under the auspices of the Cabinet Office.
Uni-Form® 350W Benefits/Features
• An ideal 400 watt system replacement
• Save up to 75 watts per luminaire with Uni-Form 350W lamps
and Opti-Wave® ballasts versus a standard 400 watt CWA
metal halide system
• Up to 25% higher mean lumens and better color uniformity than
standard 400 watt metal halide lamps
• 106 LPW (lumens per watt) and 20,000+ hours rated life
The Uni-Form® 350W details can be found
on page 49
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Roadway Lighting
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRODUCT GUIDE
The Challenge: Energy
exico City, with its more than 20 million residents, was in
search of street lighting, which would provide better visibility
at night. In the summer of 2005 the Mexico City municipality
utilized 36,000 of Venture’s 200 watt horizontal burning Uni-Form
lamps for its street lights. About 60% of these lamps were used to
retrofit HPS lamps, while the remaining lamps were for entirely new
installations. “It’s a great investment not only in the city’s beauty
but in its public security. The new lighting technology has
changed the city’s panorama completely”, stated Antonio
Gershensen, Public Lighting Director of Mexico City.
M
Per Jim McPhillips, independent agent for Venture Lighting
International, the success in Mexico City has “resulted in the largest
metal halide project in all of Latin America!” And Reforma, the most
important daily newspaper in Mexico, identified this municipality as
“the best public lighting system in the entire metropolitan area of
Mexico City”.
Uni-Form® 200W System Benefits
• 20% more maintained lumens than standard 250 watt
metal halide, 85% more than standard 175 watt metal halide
• Lasts up to twice the life of standard 175 or 250 watt
metal halide lamps
• 105 lumens per watt and 15,000 hours of life compared
with standard 250W metal halide with 84 lumens per watt and
10,000 hours of life
The Uni-Form® 200W details can be
found on page 44
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
savings and better nighttime
visibility
The Solution: Venture’s
200 watt Uni-Form® system
The Job: Reforma
Avenue, Mexico City,
Mexico
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Applications
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APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRODUCT GUIDE
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Looking for a light source for a
particular application? This
application-product guide is
your source for finding the right
Uni-Form pulse start metal
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Roadways
Gas Station Canopy
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Food Processing
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Selection Guide
To better understand Venture’s world of
“More Choices”, this section lists the
many Uni-Form pulse start lamps by
classification, such as color temperature,
bulb shape, open or enclosed rated and
for use on electronic ballasts. Suggested
applications are also listed. By designing
metal halide for almost any specifiable
application, Venture has the right system
for any lighting spec need.
More Choices
For Just the Right Metal Halide System
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
SPECIFIER SELECTION GUIDE
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SPECIFIER SELECTION GUIDE
Color
ANSI Type-O
ANSI Type-E
(CCT)
(Open Rated)
(Enclosed Rated)
Applications
50 Watt
4K
3K
Selection
Guide
Uni-Form®
Systems
MP 70W/U/UVS/PS
MP 70W/C/U/UVS/PS
3K
MP 70W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 70W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 70W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS/3K
100 Watt
MP 100W/U/UVS/PS
MP 100W/C/U/UVS/PS
3K
MP 100W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 100W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 100W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS/3K
MP 100W/C/V/UVS/PS/27K
Specialty
Lamps
125 Watt
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
Applications
MH 100W/U/PS
MH 100W/C/U/PS
MH 100W/U/ED28/PS
MH 100W/C/U/ED28/PS
MP 100W/U/UVS/PS
MP 100W/C/U/UVS/PS
MP 200W/V/UVS/PS
MP 200W/C/V/UVS/PS
3K
MP 200W/C/V/UVS/PS/3K
250 Watt
Applications
MH 125W/HBU/PS
MH 125W/C/HBU/PS
MH 125W/HBU/ED28/PS
MP 125W/V/UVS/PS
MP 125W/C/V/UVS/PS
MP 125W/V/ED28/UVS/PS
MH 150W/U/PS
MH 150W/C/U/PS
MH 150W/U/ED28/PS
MH 150W/C/U/ED28/PS
MP 150W/U/UVS/PS
MP 150W/C/U/UVS/PS
MP 150W/U/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 150W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 150W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 150W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
• Parking Garage See page 28
• Energy Saving Retrofits
Applications
• Parking Garage See page 28
• Security Lighting See page 27
• Retail Lighting See page 19
• Airport Lighting See page 26
• Residential Roadways
Applications
• Parking Garage See page 28
• Canopy Lighting See page 23
• Lowbay Industrial Lighting
Applications
MS 200W/BU/MED/PS MS 200W/H75/T15/PS
MS 200W/C/BU/MED/PS
MS 200W/V/PS
MS 200W/C/V/PS
MP 200W/V/UVS/PS
MP 200W/C/V/UVS/PS
MP 200W/C/V/UVS/PS/3K
MS 250W/V/PS
MS 250W/C/V/PS
• Energy Saving Retrofits
• Parking Garage See page 28
• Roadways See page 31
• Site Lighting See page 29
Applications
on page 46 & page 59
MP 250W/BU/UVS/PS/EM/950
MP 250W/BU/UVS/PS
MP 250W/C/BU/UVS/PS
• Hazardous Location Lighting
• Bollard Lighting
• Security Lighting See page 27
MP 100W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 100W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 100W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS/3K
MP 100W/C/V/UVS/PS/27K
on page 44
4K
• Security Lighting See page 27
• Signage Lighting
• Floodlighting
MS 250W/H75/PS
MH-DE 250W/4K/Fc2
MP 250W/BU/UVS/PS
MP 250W/C/BU/UVS/PS
• Site Lighting See page 29
• Lowbay Industrial Lighting
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
MP 70W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 70W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 70W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS/3K
MS 175W/BU/PS
MS 175W/C/BU/PS
MS 175W/BU/MED/PS
MS 175W/C/BU/MED/PS
200 Watt
• Landscape Lighting
• Downlighting - Low Ceiling
• Sconce Lighting
Applications
on page 43
4K
4K
MP 70W/U/UVS/PS
MP 70W/C/U/UVS/PS
on page 42
MP 150W/U/UVS/PS
MP 150W/C/U/UVS/PS
MP 150W/U/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 150W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 150W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 150W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
175 Watt
5K
MH 70W/U/PS
MH 70W/C/U/PS
MH 70W/U/ED28/PS
MH 70W/C/U/PS/3K
on page 41
MP 125W/V/UVS/PS
MP 125W/C/V/UVS/PS
MP 125W/V/ED28/UVS/PS
150 Watt
3K
MP 50W/U/UVS/PS
MP 50W/C/U/UVS/PS
MP 50W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 50W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
on page 40
4K
4K
Applications
MH 50W/U/PS
MH 50W/C/U/PS
on page 39
4K
4K
Electronic
on page 38
MP 50W/U/UVS/PS
MP 50W/C/U/UVS/PS
MP 50W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 50W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
70 Watt
Horizontal Operation
(H75) (Tubular Bulb)
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SPECIFIER SELECTION GUIDE
Color
ANSI Type-O
ANSI Type-E
(CCT)
(Open Rated)
(Enclosed Rated)
Applications
320 Watt
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
5K
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
Applications
4K
3K
MP 320W/C/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/3K
350 Watt
5K
4K
3K
MP 350W/C/V/UVS/PS/3K
4K
4K
575 Watt
4K
4K
MP 450W/BU/UVS/PS
MP 450W/C/BU/UVS/PS
• Site Lighting See page 29
• Highbay Industrial See page 24
Applications
• Highbay Industrial See page 24
• Manufacturing Lighting See page 25
Applications
on page 59
• Site Lighting See page 29
Applications
on page 56
MP 875W/BU/BT37/PS
MP 875W/C/BU/BT37/PS
• Highbay Industrial See page 24
• Manufacturing Lighting See page 25
• Site Lighting See page 29
• Big Box Retail See page 17
• Convention Centers
Applications
MS 450W/V/PS
MS 450W/C/V/PS
on page 54
1000 Watt
• Energy Saving Retrofits
• Highbay Industrial See page 24
• Site Lighting See page 29
MS 875W/BU/BT37/PS
MS 875W/BD/BT37/PS
MS 875W/HOR/BT37/PS
Applications
on page 57
MS 1000W/BU/BT37/PS
MS 1000W/HOR/T25/PS
• Site Lighting See page 29
• Arena Lighting See page 22
• Car Dealership lots
• Aircraft Hanger Lighting
Product
Index
Technical
Information
4K
3K
MP 400W/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
MP 400W/C/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
MP 400W/V/EL/UVS/PS
MP 400W/C/V/EL/UVS/PS3K
MP 400W/BU/UVS/PS
MP 400W/C/BU/UVS/PS
MP 400W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 400W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
on page 52
MP 775W/BU/BT37/PS/950
875 Watt
• Big Box Retail See page 17
• Warehouse Lighting
• Residential Roadways
• Site Lighting See page 29
• Energy Saving Retrofits
Applications
MP 575W/V/BT37/PS
MP 575W/C/V/BT37/PS
775 Watt
5K
MS 350W/C/H75/PS
MS 350W/H75/ED28/PS
MS 350W/H75/T15/PS
MP 350W/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
MP 350W/C/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
MP 350W/V/EL/UVS/PS
MP 350W/C/V/EL/UVS/PS
MP 350W/V/UVS/PS
MP 350W/C/V/UVS/PS
MP 350W/V/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 350W/C/V/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 350W/C/V/UVS/PS/3K
on page 50 & page 59
MP 450W/BU/UVS/PS
MP 450W/C/BU/UVS/PS
• Retail Lighting See page 19
• Airport Lighting See page 26
• Residential Roadways
• Hazardous Location Lighting
• Floodlighting
Applications
MP 400W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950
MP 400W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950
MP 400W/BU/UVS/PS
MS 400W/V/PS
MS 400W/H75/PS
MP 400W/C/BU/UVS/PS
MS 400W/C/V/PS
MS 400W/H75/ED28/PS
MP 400W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
MS 400W/V/ED28/PS
MS 400W/C/H75/ED28/PS
MP 400W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
MS 400W/C/V/ED28/PS
450 Watt
MP 320W/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
MP 320W/C/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
MP 320W/V/EL/UVS/PS
MP 320W/C/V/EL/UVS/PS
MP 320W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS
MP 320W/C/BU/ED37/UVS/PS
MP 320W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 320W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 320W/C/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/3K
on page 49 & page 59
MP 350W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950
MP 350W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950
MP 350W/V/UVS/PS
MS 350W/V/PS
MP 350W/C/V/UVS/PS
MS 350W/C/V/PS
MP 350W/V/ED28/UVS/PS
MS 350W/V/ED28/PS
MP 350W/C/V/ED28/UVS/PS
400 Watt
Electronic
on page 48 & page 59
MP 320W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950
MP 32 0W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950
MP 320W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS
MS 320W/V/ED37/PS
MS 320W/H75/ED28/PS
MP 320W/C/BU/ED37/UVS/PS
MS 320W/C/V/ED37/PS MS 320W/H75/T15/PS
MP 320W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
MS 320W/V/ED28/PS
MP 320W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
MS 320W/C/V/ED28/PS
5K
European
Product
Horizontal Operation
(H75) (Tubular Bulb)
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Introduction
Selection Guide
SPECIFIER SELECTION GUIDE
How to Specify
Applications
Venture Lighting Products
800-451-2606
Fax (800) 451-2605
Ballast Specification
The pulse start metal halide ballast shall be
Venture product # _____________ , ANSI type
M-_ _ _ . Circuit type shall be (pulse start CWA;
Opti-Wave 277V and Opti-Wave multi-tap) with a
maximum system input wattage of _______ .
All system components will be warranted for a
period of two years from date of installation or
five years when supplied as part of a registered
system project, in accordance with the “One
Call” limited warranty.
Further Information
If you need help in specifying Venture products
or in deciding which Venture product is right for
your application, call 800-451-2606,
fax at 800-451-2605, or e-mail:
[email protected]
ecify
Sp
ur
• Energy efficiency
• System warranty with our
“One Call” limited warranty
Example:
To
Specify Venture’s Uni-Form® Systems
Manufacturer Catalog No.
Watts
Venture
MP 200W/V/UVS/PS 200
V90U7321
Lamp Type
Pulse Start
Metal Halide
Description
Fixture shall use Venture's Opti-Wave system.
Must be Venture's Uni-Form lamp operated
on Venture's Opti-Wave multi-tap ballast.
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Product
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Now available on-line are our spec-builder MS Word
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wattage you’re interested in and all the information you
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Technical
Information
Product
Index
e
• Lumen maintenance of any system
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
• Longest life products
y!
When you specify Venture’s Uni-Form pulse start
lamps and Opti-Wave® ballasts you get the best in:
da
The pulse start metal halide lamp(s) shall be
Venture®‚ Uni-Form® pulse start product
description or Venture part #______________
ANSI type M-_ _ _/E. If used in an open
luminaire, the lamp must be rated Open Fixture
(ANSI Type-O) which incorporates a quartz arc
tube shroud and carries an ANSI code of
M-_ _ _/O. Venture designates their open rated
pulse start lamps as “MP”. The lamp carries a
one year replacement warranty; or when
operated with a Venture ballast, the limited two
year warranty (assuming a maximum 5000 burn
hrs./year), as part of a registered system project in
accordance with the “One Call” Limited Warranty.
Ve n t
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Lamp Specification
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Uni-Form Systems
Introduction
®
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
In Lighting, A Leader Always Shines Bright
Formed-Body Arc Tube
Weldless Arc Tube Mount
The shape of our formed-body quartz arc tube
follows the actual curve of the arc stream.
Improved thermal profile generates more light.
Venture’s nearly unbreakable patented
weldless construction is stronger than
standard welded mounts.
Reduced Pinch Fins
Opti-Wave® Ballasts
By reducing the large pinch fins on the
standard metal halide arc tube, the quartz
mass is lessened, which results in a more
uniform thermal profile.
The lower current crest factor in the electrical
output of our ballasts is optimized for pulse
start lamps. It reduces ballast energy losses
more than 50%, resulting in cooler operation,
and improves lamp lumen maintenance.
Our exclusive tipless design ensures a
totally uniform surface to the arc tube shape,
improved efficacy and color uniformity.
• More Light For Less Energy
• Superior Lumen Maintenance
• Longer Life
• Better Color Uniformity
• Better Cold Starting
• Faster Warm-Up/Restrike
• Improved Lamp Power Control
• Quieter Operation
• Unity Ballast Factor
• Rated for Open Luminaires
• Features UV Shield® Protection
Product
Index
Technical
Information
Tipless Arc Tube
Uni-Form® technology will
exceed your expectations
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50 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Medium Base Lamps (ED17)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
68V/62H
2200V/2000H
10000V/7500H
4000
1-2
1-2
65
64V/58H
2100V/1900H
10000V/7500H
3700
1-2
1-2
70 Coated
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
10226 M110/O 3200V/2900H
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
64V/58H
2100V/1900H
10000V/7500H
3200
1-2
2-4
65
U
A
12
U
A
12
Oper.
Pos.
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
U
B
12
MP 50W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
10381 M110/O 3000V/2700H
60V/54H
2000V/1800H
10000V/7500H
3200
1-2
2-4
70 Coated
U
B
12
MP 50W/U/UVS/PS
32100 M110/O 3200V/2900H
64V/58H
2100V/1900H
10000V/7500H
4000
1-2
2-4
65
U
B
12
MP 50W/C/U/UVS/PS
30041 M110/O 3000V/2700H
60V/54H
2000V/1800H
10000V/7500H
3700
1-2
2-4
70 Coated
U
B
12
B
Ballasts
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Narrow Neck
60Hz
Input
Voltage
Product
No.
Circuit
Type
a il
a
-m
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
der Today!
Or
x,
E
ED17
Lamps
A
Clear
EDX17
Selection
Guide
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
Medium Base Lamps (EDX17)
Product
No.
Uni-Form®
Systems
ANSI M110
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
120/208/240/277 V90D5731
HX-HPF
68 1.20/.065/0.60/0.50 A/A/A/A
1.5
Y
1
1.05
2.45
3.5
6/280
A5
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
V90J5731
HX-HPF
72
1.20/0.50/0.40
A/A/A
1.5
A1
1
1.05
2.45
3.3
6/280
A5
Dry
D
2
120/277
V90H5731
HX-HPF
68
1.20/0.50
A/A
1.5
Q1
1
1.05
2.10
3.5
6/280
A5
Dry
D
2
1 HX- 3x4 Core
Ballasts
Specialty
Lamps
Oper.
Pos.
13093 M110/E 3200V/2900H
F
Standard
Metal Halide
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
C a ll,
Additional
Ballasts
Avg. Life
Hours
52312 M110/E 3400V/3100H
MP 50W/U/UVS/PS/3K
European
Product
Mean
Lumens
MH 50W/C/U/PS
ANSI Type-O
Technical
Information
Lumens
Per Watt
MH 50W/U/PS
Lamp
Description
Product
Index
Initial
Lumens
3.94" (100mm)
2.44"
(62 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #8 BOLTS
2.84"
(72 mm)
3.50" (89 mm)
Options
Applications
Lamp
Description
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
A B
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70 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Medium Base Lamps (ED17)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
M98/E 5600V/5000H
80V/71H
3600V/3300H
15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
1-2
65
U
A
12
12180
M98/E 5300V/4800H
76V/69H
3400V/3100H
15000V/11250H
3700
1-2
1-2
70 Coated
U
A
12
MH 70W/C/U/PS/3K
90170* M98/E 5300V/4800H
76V/69H
3400V/3100H
15000V/11250H
3200
1-2
1-2
70 Coated
U
A
12
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28)
Product
No.
MH 70W/U/ED28/PS
16017
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
M98/E 5600V/5000H
ANSI Type-O
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
80V/71H
3600V/3300H
15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
1-2
65
Oper.
Pos.
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
U
C
12
Medium Base Lamps (EDX17)
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
Oper.
Pos.
40389
M98/O 5300V/4800H
76V/69H
3400V/3100H
15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
2-4
65
U
B
12
MP 70W/C/U/UVS/PS
67115
M98/O 5000V/4500H
71V/64H
3300V/3000H
15000V/11250H
3700
1-2
2-4
70 Coated
U
B
12
MP 70W/U/UVS/PS/3K
45424
M98/O 5300V/4800H
76V/69H
3400V/3100H
15000V/11250H
3200
1-2
2-4
65
U
B
12
MP 70W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
14611
M98/O 5000V/4500H
71V/64H
3300V/3000H
15000V/11250H
3200
1-2
2-4
70 Coated
U
B
12
ANSI Type-O
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
MP 70W/U/UVS/PS
Clear
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28)
Product
No.
MP 70W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS/3K
22466
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
M98/O 5000V/4500H
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
71V/64H
3300V/3000H
15000V/11250H
3200
1-2
2-4
Oper.
Pos.
70 Coated
Case
Fig. Qty
U
D
12
Note: * Limited quantities available, please contact sales for availability
B
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Ballasts
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (141mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Narrow Neck
60Hz
Input
Voltage
C
EDX17
ED17
Lamps
A
Product
No.
D
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
ANSI M98
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
120/208/240/277 V90D5832
HX-HPF
90
1.5
Y
1
1.45
2.85
4.9
8/280
A5
Dry
D
5
120/277/347
V90J5832
HX-HPF
90
1.70/0.70/0.60
A/A/A
1.5
A1
1
1.45
2.85
4.9
8/280
A5
Dry
D
5
120/277
V90H5832
HX-HPF
90
1.70/0.70
A/A
1.5
Q1
1
1.45
2.85
4.9
8/280
A5
Dry
D
5
1.7/0.95/0.85/0.7 A/A/A/A
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
2.44"
(62 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #8 BOLTS
2.84"
(72 mm)
3.50" (89 mm)
A B
Options
3.94" (100mm)
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
Product
Index
Ballasts
1 HX- 3x4 Core
Technical
Information
Oper.
Pos.
ED28
Selection
Guide
Uni-Form®
Systems
Specialty
Lamps
Avg. Life
Hours
78138
Lamp
Description
Standard
Metal Halide
Mean
Lumens
MH 70W/C/U/PS
ANSI Type-E
Additional
Ballasts
Lumens
Per Watt
MH 70W/U/PS
Lamp
Description
European
Product
Initial
Lumens
ED28
Applications
Lamp
Description
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100 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Medium Base Lamps (ED17)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
M90/E 9000V/8100H
90V/81H
5900V/5300H
15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
2-4
65
M90/E 8500V/7700H
85V/77H
5500V/5000H
15000V/11250H
3700
1-2
2-4
70 Coated
Oper.
Pos.
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
U
A
12
U
A
12
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
MH 100W/U/ED28/PS
67868
M90/E 9000V/8100H
90V/81H
5900V/5300H
15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
2-4
65
MH 100W/C/U/ED28/PS
79986
M90/E 8500V/7700H
85V/77H
5500V/5000H
15000V/11250H
3700
1-2
2-4
70 Coated
ANSI Type-O
Oper.
Pos.
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
U
C
12
U
C
12
Medium Base Lamps (EDX17)
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
Oper.
Pos.
MP 100W/U/UVS/PS
96267
M90/O 8500V/7700H
85V/77H
5500V/5000H
15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
3-5
65
U
B
12
MP 100W/C/U/UVS/PS
11278
M90/O 8100V/7300H
81V/73H
5300V/4800H
15000V/11250H
3700
1-2
3-5
70 Coated
U
B
12
MP 100W/U/UVS/PS/3K
96770
M90/O 8500V/7700H
85V/77H
5500V/5000H
15000V/11250H
3200
1-2
3-5
65
U
B
12
MP 100W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
11245
M90/O 8100V/7300H
81V/73H
5300V/4800H
15000V/11250H
3200
1-2
3-5
70 Coated
U
B
12
81
5300
15000
2700
1-2
3-5
70 Coated
V±15°
B
12
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
Oper.
Pos.
81V/73H
5300V/4800H
15000V/11250H
MP 100W/C/V/UVS/PS/27K 29112* M90/O
8100
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
Clear
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28)
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
MP 100W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS/3K 22145
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
M90/O 8100V/7300H
3200
1-2
3-5
70 Coated
Case
Fig. Qty
U
D
12
Note: * Limited quantities available, please contact sales for availability
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Ballasts
Input
Voltage
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Narrow Neck
60Hz
Product
No.
D
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
ANSI M90
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
V90U5920
Reactor
118
1.05
A
1.5
B1
1
1.65
2.9
2.8
10/280
A6
Dry
D
120/208/240/277 V90D5932
HX-HPF
125
2.6/1.5/1.3/1.15
A/A/A/A
1.5
Y
2
1.70
3.1
5.3
12/280
A6
Dry
D
5
120/277/347
V90J5932
HX-HPF
126
2.6/1.15/.9
A/A/A
1.5
A1
2
1.70
3.1
5.3
12/280
A6
Dry
D
5
120/277
V90H5932
HX-HPF
125
2.6/1.15
A/A
1.5
Q1
2
1.70
3.1
5.8
12/280
A6
Dry
D
5
Ballasts
1 Reactor– 7/8 in Core
2.625"
(67mm)
2.188"
(56 mm)
1.75"
(45 mm)
2 HX- 3x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 6 BOLTS
2.189"
(56mm)
3.94" (100mm)
2.44"
(62 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #8 BOLTS
2.84"
(72 mm)
3.50" (89 mm)
A B
A B
Options
277
C
EDX17
ED17
Lamps
B
ED28
Selection
Guide
Uni-Form®
Systems
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
15823
A
Additional
Ballasts
Avg. Life
Hours
27266
ANSI Type-O
European
Product
Mean
Lumens
MH 100W/C/U/PS
ANSI Type-E
Technical
Information
Lumens
Per Watt
MH 100W/U/PS
Lamp
Description
Product
Index
Initial
Lumens
ED28
Applications
Lamp
Description
5
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
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125 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Medium and Mogul Base Lamps (ED17 and ED28)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
Clear
Oper.
Pos.
Case
Fig. Qty
76602 M150/E
12000BU
96BU
8400BU
15000BU
4000
2-3
3-5
65
BU±90° A
12
35638 M150/E
11400BU
91BU
8000BU
15000BU
3700
2-3
3-5
70 Coated
BU±90° A
12
MH 125W/HBU/ED28/PS
61914 M150/E
12000BU
96BU
8400BU
15000BU
4000
2-3
3-5
65
BU±90° B
12
Clear
Medium Base Lamps (EDX17 and ED28)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
MP 125W/BU/UVS/PS
13341 M150/O
11400
91
8000
15000
4000
2-3
3-5
65
MP 125W/C/BU/UVS/PS
43319 M150/O
10800
86
7600
15000
3700
2-3
3-5
70 Coated
MP 125W/V/ED28/UVS/PS
25813 M150/O
11400
91
8000
15000
4000
2-3
3-5
65
Specialty
Lamps
ED28
Ballasts
60Hz
BU±15° C
12
BU±15° C
12
V±15°
D
12
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
ANSI M150
Product
No.
Circuit
Type
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
277
V90U8820
Reactor
141
0.85
A
1.5
B1
1
1.5
2.65
2.5
8/280
A5
Dry
D
50
120/277
V90H8811
CWA
150
1.25/0.55
A/A
1.60
T1
2
1.7
3.15
5.4
12/280
A6
Dry
D
20
120/208/240/277 V90D8811
CWA
150 1.25/0.75/0.65/0.55 A/A/A/A
1.60
E
2
1.7
3.15
5.4
12/280
A6
Dry
D
20
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
2.625"
(67mm)
2.188"
(56 mm)
1.75"
(45 mm)
2 CWA- 3x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 6 BOLTS
2.189"
(56mm)
3.94" (100mm)
2.44"
(62 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #8 BOLTS
2.84"
(72 mm)
3.50" (89 mm)
A B
A B
Options
Ballasts
1 Reactor– 7/8 in Core
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Input
Watts
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
D
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Narrow Neck
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Clear
Oper.
Pos.
ED28
ED17
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Input
Voltage
C
B
A
Lamps
Selection
Guide
Mean
Lumens
MH 125W/C/HBU/PS
ANSI Type-O
Uni-Form®
Systems
Lumens
Per Watt
MH 125W/HBU/PS
Lamp
Description
Standard
Metal Halide
Initial
Lumens
EDX17
Applications
Lamp
Description
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150 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Medium and Mogul Base Lamps (ED17 and ED28)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
99584 M102/E 14000V/12600H 93V/84H
10500V/9500H 15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
2-4
65
94986 M102/E 13300V/12000H 89V/80H
10000V/9000H 15000V/11250H
3700
1-2
2-4
70 Coated
MH 150W/U/ED28/PS
13556 M102/E 14000V/12600H 93V/84H
10500V/9500H 15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
2-4
65
MH 150W/C/U/ED28/PS
21344 M102/E 13300V/12000H 89V/80H
10000V/9000H 15000V/11250H
3700
1-2
2-4
70 Coated
Oper.
Pos.
Clear
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
U
A
12
U
A
12
U
C
12
U
C
12
Medium and Mogul Base Lamps (EDX17 and ED28)
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
Oper.
Pos.
22455 M102/O 13300V/12000H 89V/80H
10000V/9000H 15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
3-5
65
MP 150W/C/U/UVS/PS
22888 M102/O 12600V/11300H 84V/75H
9500V/8500H
15000V/11250H
3700
1-2
3-5
70 Coated
MP 150W/U/UVS/PS/3K
22522 M102/O 13300V/12000H 89V/80H
10000V/9000H 15000V/11250H
3200
1-2
3-5
65
U
B
12
MP 150W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
80039 M102/O 12600V/11300H 84V/75H
9500V/8500H
15000V/11250H
3200
1-2
3-5
70 Coated
U
B
12
MP 150W/U/ED28/UVS/PS
58963 M102/O 13300V/12000H 89V/80H
10000V/9000H 15000V/11250H
4000
1-2
3-5
65
U
D
12
9500V/8500H
3700
1-2
3-5
70 Coated
U
D
12
MP 150W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS 32147 M102/O 12600V/11300H 84V/75H
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Ballasts
Input
Voltage
C
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Narrow Neck
60Hz
Clear
B
12
B
12
D
ED28
ED17
B
Clear
U
U
ED28
A
15000V/11250H
Clear
Case
Fig. Qty
MP 150W/U/UVS/PS
Lamps
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
ANSI M102
Product
No.
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
277
V90U7120
Reactor
170
1.5
A
1.5
B1
1
2.5
3.9
4.3
14/280
A1
Dry
D
2
120/277
3.6/1.55
B/C
2
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
V90H7130
HX-HPF
185
1.5
Q1
2
2.25
3.9
7.1
16/280
A7
Dry
D
120/208/240/277 V90D7130
HX-HPF
185
3.6/2.2/1.8/1.55 B/D/C/C
1.5
Y
2
2.25
3.9
7.1
16/280
A7
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
HX-HPF
185
3.65/1.55/1.25
1.5
A1
2
2.25
3.9
7.1
16/280
A7
Dry
D
2
1.6
E
2
2.5
3.9
8.2
16/330
A7
Dry
D
2
V90J7130
CWA
C/D/D
190 1.7/1.0/0.85/0.75 C/C/C/D
120/277/347
V90J7110
CWA
190
1.65/0.7/0.55
D/C/C
1.6
K
2
2.75
4.1
8.6
16/330
A7
Dry
D
2
480/120T
V90Y7110T
CWA
190
0.4
C
1.6
S1
2
2.75
4.1
8.6
16/330
A7
Dry
D
2
Ballasts
1 Reactor– 7/8 in Core
2.625"
(67mm)
2.188"
(56 mm)
1.75"
(45 mm)
2 HX and CWA- 3x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 6 BOLTS
2.189"
(56mm)
3.94" (100mm)
2.44"
(62 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #8 BOLTS
2.84"
(72 mm)
3.50" (89 mm)
A B
A B
Options
Selection
Guide
Uni-Form®
Systems
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
European
Product
Mean
Lumens
MH 150W/C/U/PS
120/208/240/277 V90D7110
Technical
Information
Lumens
Per Watt
MH 150W/U/PS
ANSI Type-O
Product
Index
Initial
Lumens
EDX17
Applications
Lamp
Description
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
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175 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Medium Base Lamps (ED17)
Applications
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
CRI
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
16497 M152/E*
17500
100
14000
15000
4000
1-2
2-4
65
Clear
BU±15°
A
12
34691 M152/E*
16600
95
13300
15000
3700
1-2
2-4
70
Coated
BU±15°
A
12
CRI
Finish
Fig.
Case
Qty
65
Clear
Oper.
Pos.
BU±15°
B
12
Coated
BU±15°
B
12
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28)
Product
No.
MS 175W/BU/PS
Selection
Guide
Mean
Lumens
MS 175W/C/BU/MED/PS
ANSI Type-E
ANSI
Code
68475 M152/E*
MS 175W/C/BU/PS
68246 M152/E*
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
17500
100
14000
15000
4000
16600
95
13300
15000
3700
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
1-2
2-4
1-2
2-4
70
Note: * Lamp warranty is limited on M137 ballasts.
See individual specification sheets for details.
ED28
B
ED17
Lamps
A
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Lumens
Per Watt
MS 175W/BU/MED/PS
Lamp
Description
Ballasts
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
60Hz
Input
Voltage
Product
No.
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
ANSI M137/M152
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
120/208/240/277 V90D7210
CWA
208 1.9/1.05/0.95/0.8 B/C/A/A
1.6
E
1
2.65
4.0
8.0
12.5/330
A1
Dry
D
120/277/347
V90J7210
CWA
208
1.9/0.8/0.65
B/B/B
1.6
K
1
2.65
4.0
8.0
12.5/330
A1
Dry
D
10
10
480/120T
V90Y7210T
CWA
208
0.5
C
1.6
S1
1
2.65
4.0
8.0
12.5/330
A1
Dry
D
10
3.94" (100mm)
2.44"
(62 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #8 BOLTS
2.84"
(72 mm)
3.50" (89 mm)
A B
Options
Ballasts
1 HX and CWA- 3x4 Core
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
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Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Initial
Lumens
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200 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Medium Base Lamps (ED17)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
MS 200W/BU/MED/PS
60811
M136/E
21000
105
16800
12000
4000
1-2
2-4
65
MS 200W/C/BU/MED/PS
60812
M136/E
20000
100
16000
12000
3700
1-2
2-4
70
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
57739
M136/E
21000
105
16800
15000
4000
ANSI Type-E
Uni-Form®
Systems
A
12
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
CRI
Finish
Fig.
Case
Qty
65
Clear
Oper.
Pos.
V±15°
1-2
2-4
B
12
70345
M136/E
20000
100
16000
15000
3700
1-2
2-4
70
Coated
70764
M136/E
19000
95
15000
15000
4000
1-2
2-4
65
Clear
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
MP 200W/V/UVS/PS
22147
M136/O
20000
100
16000
15000
4000
1-2
3-5
65
Clear
MP 200W/C/V/UVS/PS
59174
M136/O
19000
95
15200
15000
3700
1-2
3-5
70
Coated
MP 200W/C/V/UVS/PS/3K
44872
M136/O
19000
95
15200
15000
3200
1-2
3-5
70
Coated
ANSI Type-O
B
12
D
12
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
Oper.
Pos.
V±15°
Fig.
Case
Qty
V±15°
V±15°
C
12
C
12
C
12
D
ED28
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
60Hz
Product
No.
277
C
ED28
ED17
Lamps
B
Ballasts
Input
Voltage
V±15°
HOR±75°
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28)
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
12
BU±15°
MS 200W/H75/T15/PS
A
Dia. = 1 7⁄8” (46mm)
MOL = 8 5⁄16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
ANSI M136
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
1.25
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
V90U7321
Reactor
219
1.5
B1
1
1
2.90
4.5
12/280
A6
Dry
D
5
HX-HPF
235 3.30/2.05/1.65/1.45 A/A/A/A
1.5
Y
2
2.25
3.50
7.0
16/290
A7
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
V90J7330
HX-HPF
240
3.45/1.45/1.15
D/C/C
1.5
A1
2
2.45
3.60
7.5
16/290
A7
Dry
D
2
480/120T
V90Y7330T
HX-HPF
235
0.80
D
1.5
W1
2
2.45
2.85
8.0
16/290
A7
Dry
D
2
1 Reactor– 33/4 x 41/2 Core
4.50"
(114mm)
2 HX and CWA- 3x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 10 BOLTS
3.75"
(95 mm)
3.30"
(84 mm)
4.05"
(103mm)
A
Fig.
120/208/240/277 V90D7330
Ballasts
Additional
Ballasts
A
Coated
MS 200W/C/V/PS
Lamp
Description
European
Product
Case
Qty
Finish
3.94" (100mm)
2.44"
(62 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #8 BOLTS
2.84"
(72 mm)
3.50" (89 mm)
A
B
Options
Selection
Guide
MS 200W/V/PS
Technical
Information
Fig.
Clear
Oper.
Pos.
BU±15°
CRI
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28 and T15)
Lamp
Description
Product
Index
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
T15
Applications
Lamp
Description
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
A B
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200 Watt Energy Savings
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
68% More Light!
Highest Output in Medium Base!
Applications
Venture’s low current crest factor ballasts with high voltage ignitors,
combined with our unique formed body arc tube lamps, provide
longer life, more initial light, and significantly more light over time
than today’s standard metal halide systems.
200W Uni-Form Lamps
• 21,000 lumens!
• 50% longer life than standard 175W lamps
Selection
Guide
• Highest wattage available in an ED17 jacket
Uni-Form Pulse Start System
• The perfect 175W/MED alternative gives you more output - up
to 68% more mean lumens with only 2-10% more system watts!
• Venture’s “One Call” warranty
• Faster Warm-Up / Restrike
• Better Cold Starting
68% More
Light!
= Luminaires
Opti-Wave® Ballasts
• 277Volt Opti-Wave ballast, only 219 system
watts compared to 210 system watts of a
175W CWA ballast
• Opti-Wave multi-tap ballasts - Quad, tri and dual
voltage tap ballasts available
• Improved lamp power regulation over life for
improved color control
• Lower current crest factor for improved lumen
maintenance
• UL temperature rise codes that are equal to or better
than pulse start CWA ballasts
• Quieter operation
Lumen Maintenance Comparison
22,000
Uni-Form®
MS 200W/V/PS
This typical parking garage
lighting layout demonstrates how
the 200W Uni-Form system
delivers 68% more light.
18,000
Lamp Lumens
Energy Savings and More
Light!
14,000
MH 250W/U
(Rated Lamp Life
10,000 Hours)
10,000
The Uni-Form® pulse start family provides the most
light in an ED17 bulb. Lumen output is increased by 68%
over standard 175 watt metal halide lamps. More light
in a smaller lamp offers designers better, more cost-effective and
energy-efficient choices:
MH 175W/U
(Rated Lamp Life
10,000 Hours)
6,000
5,000
10,000
15,000
Hours of Operation
1. Achieve the same light levels using fewer fixtures
OR
2. Achieve increased light levels using the same number of fixtures
For the most complete specifications and up-to-date information,
visit us on-line at www.venturelighting.com
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
• Improved Color Uniformity
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250 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
MS 250W/V/PS
49621
M153/E*
25000
100
MS 250W/C/V/PS
81365
M153/E*
23800
95
MS 250W/H75/PS
81054
M153/E*
22000
88
17600
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
64658
M153/O*
23800
MP 250W/C/BU/UVS/PS
32658
M153/O*
Note: * Lamp warranty is limited on M138 ballasts.
22600
ANSI Type-O
20000
15000
4000
2-3
3-5
19000
15000
3700
2-3
3-5
12000
4000
2-3
3-5
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
95
19000
15000
4000
2-3
4-6
65
90
17600
15000
3700
2-3
4-6
70
B
Oper.
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
65
Clear
V±15°
A
12
70
Coated
V±15°
A
12
65
Clear
HOR±75°
C
12
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
CRI
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
Clear
BU±15°
B
12
Coated
BU±15°
B
12
60Hz
277
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
a il
a
-m
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
Ballasts
der Today!
Or
x,
E
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Input
Voltage
C
ED28
ED28
A
Lamps
ANSI M138/M153
Product
No.
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
V90U8421
Reactor
275
1.35
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
A
1.5
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
B1
1
1.25
3.4
6.0
13/280
A1
Dry
D
5
2
120/208/240/277 V90D8410
CWA
288 2.5/1.45/1.25/1.1 B/B/A/A
1.6
E
2
1.55
3.5
10.0
15/400
A13
Dry
D
120/277/347
V90J8410
CWA
288
2.5/1.1/0.9
B/A/B
1.6
K
2
1.55
3.5
10.0
15/400
A13
Dry
D
2
480/120T
V90Y8410T
CWA
288
0.6
A
1.6
S1
2
1.55
4.25
10.0
15/400
A13
Dry
D
2
Ballasts
4.50"
(114mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 10 BOLTS
3.75"
(95 mm)
3.30"
(84 mm)
2 HX and CWA- 4x4 Core
4.75" (121 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
4.37" (111 mm)
4.05"
(103mm)
A
B
Options
Selection
Guide
Standard
Metal Halide
Finish
CRI
F
Additional
Ballasts
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
C a ll,
European
Product
CCT
(K)
See individual specification sheets for details.
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
MP 250W/BU/UVS/PS
1 Reactor– 33/4 x 41/2 Core
Technical
Information
Avg. Life
Hours
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28)
Lamp
Description
Product
Index
Mean
Lumens
ED28
Applications
Lamp
Description
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
A B
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For Indoor or Outdoor
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
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320 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28, ED37 and T15)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
MS 320W/V/ED28/PS
59194
M154/E*
33000
103
26000
MS 320W/C/V/ED28/PS
77594
M154/E*
31000
97
25000
MS 320W/V/ED37/PS
52236
M154/E*
33000
103
MS 320W/C/V/ED37/PS
67712
M154/E*
31000
97
MS 320W/H75/ED28/PS
47549
M154/E*
30000
MS 320W/H75/T15/PS
79710
M154/E*
30000
ANSI Type-O
Product
No.
CCT
(K)
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
CRI
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
3700
2-3
4-6
70
Coated
26000
4000
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
25000
20000+
3700
2-3
4-6
70
Coated
94
24000
20000+
4000
2-3
4-6
65
94
24000
20000+
4000
2-3
4-6
ANSI
Code
Initial Lumens
Lumens Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
10103
M154/O*
31000
97
25000
10104
M154/O*
29000
91
23000
Fig.
Case
Qty
A
12
A
12
C
6
V±15°
V±15°
C
6
Clear
V±15°
HOR±75°
F
12
65
Clear
HOR±75°
G
12
Avg. Life
Hours**
20000+
CCT
(K)
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
CRI
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
BU±15°
Fig.
Case
Qty
B
12
B
12
D
6
D
6
D
6
Fig.
Case
Qty
4000
2-3
5-8
65
Clear
20000+
20000+
3700
2-3
5-8
70
Coated
4000
2-3
5-8
65
Clear
20000+
20000+
3700
2-3
5-8
70
Coated
3200
2-3
5-8
70
Coated
BU±15°
BU±15°
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
MP 320W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS
21714
M154/O*
31000
97
25000
MP 320W/C/BU/ED37/UVS/PS
32795
M154/O*
29000
91
23000
MP 320W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/3K 66506
M154/O*
29000
91
23000
ANSI Type-O
Mogul Base Lamps (ED37) for Operation on Electronic Ballasts
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
MP 320W/V/EL/UVS/PS
25984
M154/O
31300
MP 320W/C/V/EL/UVS/PS
32409
M154/O
29800
Initial Lumens
Lumens Per Watt
Avg. Life
Hours***
CCT
(K)
98
26900
20000++
4000
2-3
5-8
65
Clear
V±15°
D
6
93
25600
20000++
3700
2-3
5-8
70
Coated
V±15°
D
6
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
Ballasts
60Hz
Product
No.
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
CRI
* Lamp warranty is limited on M132 ballasts.
D
See individual specification sheets for details.
ED37
ED28
C
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
BU±15°
BU±15°
Mean
Lumens
B
ED28
A
Input
Voltage
Oper.
Pos.
V±15°
Finish
4000
MP 320W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
Lamps
** A life rating of 20,000+ hours means that 70% of the lamps
initially installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
*** A life rating of 20,000++ means that 80% of the lamps
installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
See adjacent page for additional lamp diagrams
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
ANSI M132/M154
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
V90U7421
Reactor
349
1.7
120/208/240/277 V90D7430
HX-HPF
360 4.8/2.85/2.45/2.1 B/C/C/C
A
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
1.5
B1
1
1.5
3.6
7.0
16/280
A7
Dry
D
2
1.5
Y
2
1.8
3.6
11
20/280
A7
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
V90J7430
HX-HPF
365
5.25/2.25/1.7
D/D/D
1.5
A1
2
1.8
3.5
10.5
20/280
A7
Dry
D
2
480/120T
V90Y7430T
HX-HPF
370
1.09
D
1.5
W1
2
1.8
3.5
10.5
20/290
A7
Dry
D
2
120/208/240/277 V90D7411
CWA
368
3.2/1.8/1.6/1.4
B/B/B/B
1.6
E
2
1.85
3.65
10
22/330
A2
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
V90J7411
CWA
368
3.2/1.4/1.15
B/C/C
1.6
K
2
1.9
3.75
10.5
22/330
A2
Dry
D
2
480/120T
V90Y7411T
CWA
368
0.8
D
1.6
S1
2
1.9
3.75
10.5
22/330
A2
Dry
D
2
1 Reactor– 3 /4 x 4 /2 Core
Ballasts
3
4.50"
(114mm)
1
3.75"
(95 mm)
3.30"
(84 mm)
2 HX and CWA- 4x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 10 BOLTS
4.05"
(103mm)
4.75" (121 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
4.37" (111 mm)
A
B
A B
For Electronic Ballasts
See Page #51
Options
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
European
Product
Avg. Life
Hours**
20000+
20000+
20000+
MP 320W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
277
Technical
Information
Mean
Lumens
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28 and ED37)
Lamp
Description
Lamp
Description
Product
Index
Initial Lumens
Lumens Per Watt
ED37
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Lamp
Description
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
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ANSI Type-E
Mogul Base Lamps
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
MS 350W/V/PS
98389
M131/E
37000
106
29000
MS 350W/C/V/PS
71329
M131/E
35000
100
28000
CRI
Oper.
Pos.
V±15°
Finish
4000
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
3700
2-3
4-6
70
Coated
Fig.
Case
Qty
C
6
V±15°
V±15°
C
6
A
12
E
6
F
12
52980
M131/E
37000
106
29000
4000
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
MS 350W/C/H75/PS
64866
M131/E
31000
89
24000
20000+
3700
2-3
4-6
70
Coated
MS 350W/H75/ED28/PS
46959
M131/E
33000
94
26000
20000+
4000
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
HOR±75°
HOR±75°
MS 350W/H75/T15/PS
93749
M131/E
33000
94
26000
20000+
4000
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
HOR±75°
G
12
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
CRI
Finish
Fig.
Case
Qty
MP 350W/V/UVS/PS
22149
M131/O
35000
100
28000
Oper.
Pos.
V±15°
MP 350W/C/V/UVS/PS
44097
M131/O
33000
94
26000
MP 350W/C/V/UVS/PS/3K
27845
M131/O
33000
94
26000
MP 350W/V/ED28/UVS/PS
47887
M131/O
35000
100
28000
MP 350W/C/V/ED28/UVS/PS 55401
M131/O
33000
94
26000
ANSI Type-O
Mogul Base Lamps (ED28 and ED37)
Lamp
Description
ANSI Type-O
ANSI
Code
MP 350W/V/EL/UVS/PS
44983
M131/O
35100
MP 350W/C/V/EL/UVS/PS
48952
M131/O
33300
Initial Lumens
Lumens Per Watt
CCT
(K)
Warm-up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
4000
2-3
5-8
65
Clear
20000+
20000+
3700
2-3
5-8
70
Coated
3200
2-3
5-8
70
Coated
20000+
20000+
4000
2-3
5-8
65
Clear
3700
2-3
5-8
70
D
6
V±15°
V±15°
D
6
D
6
B
12
Coated
V±15°
V±15°
B
12
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours**
CCT
(K)
100
30200
20000++
4000
2-3
5-8
65
Clear
V±15°
D
6
95
28600
20000++
3700
2-3
5-8
70
Coated
V±15°
D
6
F
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
Ballasts
CRI
* A life rating of 20,000+ hours means that 70% of the lamps
initially installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
** A life rating of 20,000++ means that 80% of the lamps
installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
See adjacent page for additional lamp diagrams
Dia. = 1 7⁄8” (46mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
60Hz
Product
No.
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
G
ED28
ED37
E
Input
Voltage
Avg. Life
Hours*
20000+
Mogul Base Lamps (ED37) for Operation on Electronic Ballasts
Product
No.
Lamps
ANSI M131
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
V90U7521
Reactor
380
1.9
120/208/240/277 V90D7530
HX-HPF
395 5.0/2.55/2.5/2.15 B/A/C/C
B
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
1.5
B1
1
1.8
3.6
7.4
18/280
A7
Dry
D
2
1.5
Y
2
1.8
3.5
11
21.5/280
A7
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
V90J7530
HX-HPF
400
4.6/2.0/1.6
C/D/D
1.5
A1
2
1.8
3.9
12.5
21.5/290
A7
Dry
D
2
480/120T
V90Y7530T
HX-HPF
400
1.35
D
1.5
W1
2
1.8
3.9
10.5
21.5/290
A7
Dry
D
2
120/208/240/277 V90D7512
CWA
400
1.6
E
2
1.92
3.8
10.5
24/330
A2
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
V90J7512
CWA
400
3.6/1.55/1.2
B/C/C
1.6
K
2
1.92
3.8
10.5
24/330
A2
Dry
D
2
480/120T
V90Y7512T
CWA
400
0.9
D
1.6
S1
2
2.02
3.9
11.2
24/330
A2
Dry
D
2
4.50"
(114mm)
3.75"
(95 mm)
3.30"
(84 mm)
2 HX and CWA- 4x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 10 BOLTS
4.05"
(103mm)
4.75" (121 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
4.37" (111 mm)
A
B
A B
For Electronic Ballasts
See Page #51
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
Product
Index
Ballasts
1 Reactor– 33/4 x 41/2 Core
3.6/2.1/1.8/1.55 B/C/C/C
Options
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
Warm-up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
MS 350W/V/ED28/PS
277
European
Product
CCT
(K)
20000+
20000+
Lamp
Description
Technical
Information
Avg. Life
Hours*
20000+
T15
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Lamp
Description
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Introduction
400 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Mogul Base Lamps
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
MS 400W/V/PS
73531
M155/E*
44000
110
35000
MS 400W/C/V/PS
42401
M155/E*
42000
105
33000
MS 400W/V/ED28/PS
85260
M155/E*
44000
110
35000
MS 400W/C/V/ED28/PS
46416
M155/E*
42000
105
33000
20000+
20000+
MS 400W/H75/PS
58788
M155/E*
40000
100
32000
MS 400W/H75/ED28/PS
40124
M155/E*
40000
100
MS 400W/C/H75/ED28/PS
55459
M155/E*
38000
95
ANSI Type-O
4-6
65
Clear
4-6
70
Coated
4000
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
3700
2-3
4-6
70
Coated
20000+
4000
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
32000
20000+
4000
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
30000
20000+
3700
2-3
4-6
70
Coated
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Avg. Life
Hours***
20000+
CCT
(K)
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
CRI
Finish
71642
M155/O*
Initial Lumens Mean
Lumens Per Watt Lumens
41000
103
33000
45541
M155/O*
39000
98
31000
MP 400W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
12445
M155/O*
41000
103
33000
MP 400W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
88648
M155/O*
39000
98
31000
20000+
Fig.
Case
Qty
C
6
V±15°
V±15°
C
6
A
12
V±15°
HOR±75°
A
12
E
6
HOR±75°
HOR±75°
F
12
F
12
Fig.
Case
Qty
5-8
65
D
6
Oper.
Pos.
BU±15°
Clear
D
6
Clear
BU±15°
BU±15°
B
12
Coated
BU±15°
B
12
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
3700
2-3
5-8
70
Coated
4000
2-3
5-8
65
3700
2-3
5-8
70
Mogul Base Lamps (ED37) for Operation on Electronic Ballasts
ANSI
Code
MP 400W/V/EL/UVS/PS
56745
M155/O
41800
105
MP 400W/C/V/EL/UVS/PS
78752
M155/O
39700
99
ED28
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Avg. Life
Hours****
CCT
(K)
35900
20000++
4000
2-3
5-8
65
Clear
V±15°
D
6
34100
20000++
3700
2-3
5-8
70
Coated
V±15°
D
6
C
B
ED28
A
Initial Lumens Mean
Lumens Per Watt Lumens
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
CRI
D
E
F
ED28
Product
No.
Lamps
2-3
ED37
ANSI Type-O
4000
ED37
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
* Lamp warranty is limited on M135 ballasts.
See individual specification sheets for details.
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
** At 120 or more hours per start, lamp life is rated at 30,000 hours.
*** A life rating of 20,000+ hours means that 70% of the lamps initially installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
****A life rating of 20,000++ means that 80% of the lamps installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
Ballasts
60Hz
277
Product
No.
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
V90U7621
ANSI M135/M155
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
Reactor
435
2.1
C
1.5
B1
1
1.65
3.7
7.0
20/280
A7
Dry
D
2
120/208/240/277 V90D7612
CWA
450
4/2.3/2/1.75
C/C/C/C
1.6
E
2
2.00
3.9
10.7
26/330
A3
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
V90J7612
CWA
451
4/1.75/1.4
D/D/D
1.6
K
2
2.15
4
11.3
26/330
A3
Dry
D
2
480/120T
V90Y7612T
CWA
455
1
D
1.6
S1
2
2.2
4.1
12
26/330
A3
Dry
D
2
Ballasts
1 Reactor– 33/4 x 41/2 Core
4.50"
(114mm)
3.75"
(95 mm)
3.30"
(84 mm)
2 HX and CWA- 4x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 10 BOLTS
4.05"
(103mm)
4.75" (121 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
4.37" (111 mm)
A
B
A B
For Electronic Ballasts
See Page #51
Options
Uni-Form®
Systems
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
Oper.
Pos.
V±15°
Finish
2-3
MP 400W/C/BU/UVS/PS
Input
Voltage
European
Product
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
CRI
2-3
20000+
20000+
Lamp
Description
Technical
Information
Avg. Life
CCT
Hours***
(K)
20000+/30000** 4000
20000+/30000** 3700
Mogul Base Lamps
Lamp
Description
MP 400W/BU/UVS/PS
Product
Index
Initial Lumens Mean
Lumens Per Watt Lumens
ED37
Selection
Guide
Applications
Lamp
Description
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
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Electronic Ballasts
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
Wattage
320W
Voltage
208-277
Input Voltage Range
188-305
Product No.
OPE320W
Input Watts
333
Maximum Line Current
333/(.92*Vline)
ANSI
M154
EMI
FCC Part 18
Safety
UL 1029
350W
208-277
188-305
OPE350W
363
363/(.92*Vline)
M131
FCC Part 18
UL 1029
400W
208-277
188-305
OPE400W
413
413/(.92*Vline)
M155
FCC Part 18
UL 1029
450W
277
249-305
OPE450W
465
465/(.92*Vline)
M144
FCC Part 18
UL 1029
BLACK
(high/hot)
0-10VDC
ORANGE - high (+VDC)
BROWN - low (-VDC)
YELLOW <5 mA @10 VDC
(low/neutral)
Also Available: Opti-E™
Venture’s own high frequency electronic ballast:
• Auto-Voltage input 208-277V
(208V, 240V, 277V ±10% ); (50-60Hz AC, DC)
Standard
Metal Halide
• ± 0.5% lamp power regulation over a 10%
change in input voltage
• Improved arc tube stability; Flicker-Free
• Operates in ambient from -20°C to 55°C
• Superior color and lumen maintenance
• Continuous dimming of Venture’s e-Lamp
(4K) product (From full power down to 50%)
a il
GREEN
GROUND
a
x,
-m
Ballasts
RED(s) HID LAMP
• True-sinusoidal, high-frequency lamp drive
Additional
Ballasts
der Today!
Or
7.2"
F
Specialty
Lamps
2.3"
C a ll,
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
6.0"
E
Applications
Opti-E™ High Frequency Electronic Ballasts for e-Lamp™ product
Wiring and Installation:
Install in accordance with National Electric Code / local wiring code. UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED.
Connect with wires rated at least 105° C (121° F). Black and yellow are AC line connections for all
voltages on label (automatic voltage detection).
Physical Characteristics:
Standards:
Maximum Case Temp: 90º C as stand alone,
see thermal requirement guide from VLI for
more details
Maximum Distance (Ballast from Lamp):8’
Length: 7.2"
Width: 6"
Height:2.3"
Weight: 3.5 lbs.
Thermal Protection: AUTO RESET
UL/CUL Listed
Designed to meet:
Transient Protection: ANSI C62.41
EMI/RFI: FCC PART 18A CLASS A
Sound Rating: A
Warranty: 2 YEARS (Ballast Only),
3 YEARS (System)
Luminaires must be submitted to
Venture testing
• Operates all other pulse start metal halide lamps Dimming limited to 50% lamp power (achieved
using optional Venture control interface VDM1)
• Keeps lamps lighted over wide range of line
voltages
• Silent operation sound rated A
• 1.0 effective current crest factor
• Ballast Efficiency up to 93%
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
• Suitable for damp location
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450 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Mogul Base Lamps (ED37)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours*
CCT
(K)
MS 450W/V/PS
10079
M144/E
50000
111
40000
20000+
4000
2-3
4-6
65
Clear
V±15°
A
6
MS 450W/C/V/PS
10138
M144/E
47000
104
37000
20000+
3700
2-3
4-6
70
Coated
V±15°
A
6
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
CCT
(K)
65072
M144/O
47000
104
37000
Avg. Life
Hours*
20000+
ANSI Type-O
5-8
65
MP 450W/C/BU/UVS/PS
59216
M144/O
45000
100
36000
3700
Note: * A life rating of 20,000+ hours means that 70% of the lamps initially installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
2-3
5-8
70
A
Case
Fig. Qty
Oper.
Case
Pos.
Fig. Qty
Clear BU±15° B
6
±
Coated BU 15° B
6
B
ED37
ED37
Lamps
Oper.
Pos.
Finish
der Today!
Or
Ballasts
60Hz
Input
Voltage
Product
No.
277
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
a il
a
-m
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
x,
E
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
F
Standard
Metal Halide
Finish
C a ll,
Additional
Ballasts
CRI
2-3
ANSI M144
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
V90U8521
Reactor
485
2.3
C
1.5
B1
1
1.8
3.75
8.1
22/280
A2
Dry
D
120/208/240/277 V90D8530
HX-HPF
505
7/3.6/3.5/3
B/A/D/D
1.5
Y
2
2.4
3.6
14
30/280
A7
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
V90J8530
HX-HPF
510
6.15/2.3/2.2
D/B/D
1.5
A1
2
2.6
4.5
14
30/280
A7
Dry
D
2
480/120T
V90Y8530T
HX-HPF
515
1.75
D
1.5
W1
2
2.6
4.25
14
30/280
A7
Dry
D
2
Ballasts
1 Reactor– 33/4 x 41/2 Core
European
Product
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
4000
20000+
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
MP 450W/BU/UVS/PS
4.50"
(114mm)
3.75"
(95 mm)
3.30"
(84 mm)
2 HX and CWA- 4x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 10 BOLTS
4.75" (121 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
4.37" (111 mm)
4.05"
(103mm)
A
Technical
Information
CRI
Mogul Base Lamps (ED37)
Lamp
Description
Product
Index
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
B
Options
Applications
Lamp
Description
2
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
A B
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visit us on-line at www.venturelighting.com
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More Light and Less Energy
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
450W Uni-Form Lamps
Lumen Maintenance Comparison
• High lumen output: 50,000 lumens
• Nearly 70% mean lumen improvement over
standard 400 watt metal halide lamps
• 80% lumen maintenance
• Patented weldless arc tube mount construction
• Durable - Withstands shock & vibration
• Excellent color uniformity in open fixture lamps
Applications
55,000
Lamp Lumens
45,000
Uni-Form®
MS 450W/V/PS
35,000
Selection
Guide
25,000
Ballasts
MH 400W/U
5,000
10,000
20,000
15,000
Hours of Operation
70% More Mean
Uni-Form®
Systems
Lumens than
Standard 400/U!
Uni-Form
Systems
• 277Volt Opti-Wave® ballast, only 485 system watts!
• Opti-Wave multi-tap ballasts - Quad, tri and dual
tap ballasts available
• Improved lamp power regulation over life for
improved color control
• Lower current crest factor for improved lumen
maintenance
• UL temperature rise codes that are equal
to or better than pulse start CWA types
• Quieter operation
15,000
Specialty
Lamps
System
Standard
Metal Halide
• Venture® “One Call” warranty
• More output – up to 70% more mean lumens
than standard 400 watt metal halide lamps
• High system lumens per watt
Up to
50
%
Fewer Fixtures
Additional
Ballasts
European
Product
24'
Standard 400W
VS.
Uni-Form® 450W
61.3
59.0
62.4
62.8
58.2
62.9
58.2
62.8
50.2
50.3
48.8
50.3
46.7
50.4
46.7
50.3
59.0
47.7
50.5
54.1
46.1
63.0
46.1
54.1
56.3
56.3
54.1
63.0
53.4
64.0
53.4
63.0
62.4
50.5
52.8
55.6
49.2
64.0
49.2
55.6
50.5
50.6
49.1
50.5
47.0
50.6
47.0
50.5
62.8
54.1
55.6
60.1
54.3
63.9
54.3
60.1
56.5
56.6
54.3
63.2
53.6
64.2
53.6
63.2
58.2
46.1
49.2
54.3
44.5
62.8
44.5
54.3
50.6
50.7
49.2
50.6
47.1
50.7
47.1
50.6
62.9
63.0
64.0
63.9
62.8
60.0
62.8
63.9
56.5
56.6
54.3
63.3
53.6
64.2
53.6
63.3
58.2
46.1
49.2
54.3
44.5
62.8
44.5
54.3
50.6
50.7
49.2
50.6
47.1
50.7
47.1
50.6
62.8
54.1
55.6
60.1
54.3
63.9
54.3
60.1
56.5
56.6
54.3
63.2
53.6
64.2
53.6
63.2
62.4
50.5
52.8
55.6
49.2
64.0
49.2
55.6
50.5
50.6
49.1
50.5
47.0
50.6
47.0
50.5
59.0
47.7
50.5
54.1
46.1
63.0
46.1
54.1
56.3
56.3
54.1
63.0
53.4
64.0
53.4
63.0
61.3
59.0
62.4
62.8
58.2
62.9
58.2
62.8
50.2
50.3
48.8
50.3
46.7
50.4
46.7
50.3
57.6
44.7
48.0
53.6
43.0
62.3
43.0
53.6
56.0
56.1
53.8
62.7
53.1
63.8
53.1
62.7
61.0
58.7
62.1
62.5
57.9
62.5
57.9
62.5
49.9
50.0
48.6
49.9
46.4
50.0
46.4
49.9
24'
15 Fixtures - 58 fc
50% More Light
• Increase your light levels (footcandles) using the same
number of fixtures and fixture spacing.
• Attain the same light level (fc) using fewer fixtures with wider spacing.
Uni-Form® 450W
VS.
Standard 400W
20'
18'
28 Fixtures - 58 fc
3 Fixtures - 5 fc
Product
Index
Technical
Information
Over
3 Fixtures - 3.1 fc
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575 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-O
Mogul Base Lamps (ED37)
Applications
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
MP 575W/V/BT37/PS
60023* M178/O
60000
104
48000
Avg. Life
Hours*
20000+
MP 575W/C/V/BT37/PS
60020* M178/O
57000
99
45000
20000+
CCT
(K)
Warm-Up Restrike
(Min)
(Min)
CRI
4000
3-5
8-12
65
3700
3-5
8-12
70
Fig.
Case
Qty
Clear
Oper.
Pos.
BU±15°
A
6
Coated
BU±15°
A
6
Finish
BT37
Lamps
A
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Note: * New! Contact manufacturer for product availability.
Ballasts
60Hz
Input
Voltage
277
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
V90U5521
Reactor
620
3.15
Technical
Information
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
C
1.5
Fig.
B1
1
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
2.05
Dry
3.85
8.0
30/280
A2
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
D
2
HX
6358.75/4.70/4.45/3.80 B/A/C/C
1.5
Y
2
3.25
4.90
18.0
38/330
A14
Dry
D
2
120/277/347
V90J5530
HX
635
9.75/3.70/3.20
D/C/D
1.5
A1
2
3.25
4.90
18.0
38/330
A14
Dry
D
2
480
V90Y5530T
HX
645
2.30
D
1.5
W1
2
3.25
4.90
18.5
38/330
A14
Dry
D
2
Note: * New! Contact manufacturer for product availability.
4.50"
(114mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 10 BOLTS
3.75"
(95 mm)
3.30"
(84 mm)
2 HX 4x4 Core
4.75" (121 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
4.37" (111 mm)
4.05"
(103mm)
B
Options
1 Reactor– 33/4 x 41/2 Core
A
Product
Index
PRELIMINARY
Product
No.
120/208/240/277 V90D5530
Ballasts
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
A B
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Super Site Lighting Systems
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
Applications
Lumen Maintenance Comparison
100,000
Uni-Form®
MS 875W/BU/BT37/PS
Lamp Lumens
Selection
Guide
80,000
MH 1000W/U/BT37
60,000
40,000
Uni-Form®
MS 450W/V/PS
MH 400W/U
Uni-Form®
Systems
20,000
15,000
20,000
HPS
Hours of Operation
re’s he
u
t
n
Ve has t
e
875Wngest Lifigh
l o ny h m
of a syste
Watt
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
450 Watt
• Superior life and lumen maintenance!
50,000 initial lumens
• White light output equal to a 400 watt HPS
lamp with better color rendition
• 74% more mean lumens compared
to standard 400W
• Long life: 20,000+ hours
575 Watt
System Efficiency Comparison
Mean Lumens per System Watt
Additional
Ballasts
European
Product
12,000
10,000
5,000
90
Technical
Information
Metal
Halide
Uni-Form®
MS 575W/V/PS
• 60,000 initial lumens
Uni-Form
875W
• Twice the mean lumens of a standard
400W metal halide lamp
Uni-Form
450W
Uni-Form
575W
80
• Long life: 20,000+ hours
70
• Matching lamp and ballast system
Standard
1000W/U
• Brightest lamp in its class
60
875 Watt
Standard
400W/U
50
400
450
575
Watts
875
1000
%
o 5 7 in
t
p
U a se
increystem !
S iency
c
Effi
• The ultimate replacement for a standard
1000 watt metal halide system!
• Save up to 155 watts per luminaire
• High lumen output: 100,000 lumens 115 lamp lumens per watt
• Horizontal and base-up versions available
• Shrouded MP 875W/BU lamps;
2005 NEC compliant rated ANSI Type-O
• Available with energy efficient 875 Watt
480V Opti-Wave® and CWA ballasts
Product
Index
• Long life: 20,000+ hours
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875 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Mogul Base Lamps (BT37)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours*
CCT
(K)
MS 875W/BU/BT37/PS
22619
M166/E
100000
114
80000
20000+
4000
3-5
MS 875W/BD/BT37/PS
35426
M166/E
100000
114
80000
20000+
4000
3-5
MS 875W/HOR/BT37/PS**
33759
M166/E
95000
109
76000
12000
4000
3-5
ANSI Type-O
Selection
Guide
65
Clear
BU±15°
A
6
8-12
65
Clear
BD±15°
A
6
8-12
65
Clear HOR±45° B
6
CRI
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
Clear
BU±15°
C
6
Coated BU±15°
C
6
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours*
CCT
(K)
MP 875W/BU/BT37/PS
58953
M166/O
95000
109
76000
20000+
4000
3-5
8-12
65
MP 875W/C/BU/BT37/PS
41686
M166/O
90000
103
72000
20000+
3700
3-5
8-12
70
Note: * A life rating of 20,000+ hours means that 70% of the lamps initially installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
** Permitted rotation about horizontal lamp axis ±15˚.
BT37
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
60Hz
480
Warm-UpRestrike
(Min)
(Min)
Product
No.
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
V90Y8620
Case
Fig. Qty
Venture’s MP 875 watt lamp was
accepted into the 2005 IESNA
Progress Report, which recognizes
new products that provide a unique
and significant advancement to the
art and science of lighting.
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
Ballasts
Input
Voltage
Case
Fig. Qty
ify
Spec ’s MP
ure
NSI
Vent for A ire
875eW-O luminan
Typ otectio
pr
C
BT37
B
BT37
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
8-12
Initial
Lumens
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
Oper.
Pos.
ANSI
Code
ANSI M166
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
Reactor
925
2.75
C
1.5
B1
1
3.30
5.2
13.5
15/480
B9
Oil
F
5
120/208/240/277 V90D8611
CWA
940
8.0/4.5/4.0/3.45
B/A/A/A
1.6
E
2
2.8
4.8
21
22/460
B12
Oil
F
10
120/277/347
CWA
940
8.0/3.45/2.75
A/A/A
1.6
K
2
2.95
4.95
22
22/460
B12
Oil
F
10
V90J8611
Ballasts
1 Reactor– 33/4 x 41/2 Core
European
Product
Finish
Product
No.
A
4.50"
(114mm)
3.75"
(95 mm)
3.30"
(84 mm)
2 CWA- 4x6 Core
6.00"
(152 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 10 BOLTS
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
4.375"
(111 mm)
5.375"(136 mm)
4.05"
(103mm)
A
Technical
Information
CRI
Mogul Base Lamps (BT37)
Lamp
Description
Product
Index
Warm-UpRestrike
(Min)
(Min)
B
Options
Applications
Lamp
Description
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
A B
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1000 Watt
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
ANSI Type-E
Mogul Base Lamps
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min) CRI Finish
Oper.
Pos.
Case
Fig. Qty
115000
115
86000
15000
4000
3-5
8-12
65
Clear
BU±15° A
6
MS 1000W/HOR/T25/PS*
49111 M141/E
110000
110
77000
5000
3400
3-5
10-15
65
Clear
HOR±45° B
6
B
T25
BT37
Lamps
Selection
Guide
Avg. Life
Hours
71722 M141/E
Dia. = 3 1/8” (79mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
Uni-Form®
Systems
Specialty
Lamps
Mean
Lumens
Uni-Form
Systems
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
* Permitted rotation about horizontal lamp axis ±15˚.
Ballasts
Input
Voltage
60Hz
Product
No.
120/208/240/277 V90D7810
ANSI M141
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
CWA
1080 9.0/5.2/4.5/3.9
UL Coil Crest Wiring
Rise Code Factor Diag.
D/A/B/B
1.6
E
Fig.
1
Dimensions Total Wt. Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in)
(lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
2.8
4.8
21
24/480
B12
Cap.
Type
Oil
Ign. Max.Dist.
Fig.
(ft)
F
15
120/277/347
V90J7810
CWA
1080
9.0/3.9/3.15
D/B/A
1.6
K
1
2.9
4.95
21.5
24/480
B12
Oil
F
5
480/120T
V90Y7810T
CWA
1080
2.25
D
1.6
S1
1
2.82
4.85
21
24/480
B12
Oil
F
20
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Lumens
Per Watt
MS 1000W/BU/BT37/PS
A
1 CWA- 4x6 Core
Ballasts
European
Product
Initial
Lumens
6.00"
(152 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
4.375"
(111 mm)
5.375"(136 mm)
Options
Applications
Lamp
Description
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #60
For the most complete specifications and up-to-date information,
visit us on-line at www.venturelighting.com
Product
Index
Technical
Information
A B
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Natural White 950 Series
Introduction
®
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
Mogul Base Lamps (ED37) for Operation on Electronic Ballasts
Lamp
Watts Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
320
MP 320W/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
28712*
M___/O
26500
320
MP 320W/C/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
35698*
M___/O
25000
350
MP 350W/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
62584*
M___/O
350
MP 350W/C/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
71035*
M___/O
400
MP 400W/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
71564*
400
MP 400W/C/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
95103*
Effective Eff. Mean
Lumens1 Lumens2
Avg. Life
Hours3
CCT Warm-upRestrike
(K)
(Min) (Min) CRI
24000
20000++
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
Clear
BU±15°
A
6
22500
20000++
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
Coated
BU±15°
A
6
29500
26500
20000++
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
Clear
BU±15°
A
6
28000
25000
20000++
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
Coated
BU±15°
A
6
M___/O
34000
30500
20000++
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
Clear
BU±15°
A
6
M___/O
32000
29000
20000++
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
Coated
BU±15°
A
6
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
Notes: 1 Effective lumens are scotopically enhanced for indoor lighting -
ED37
Lamps
A
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
ANSI Type-O
(S/P)0.5 =1.13 relative to standard 4000K lamps
2 Mean lumen rating of 90% is based upon operation on Venture’s
Opti-E™ electronic ballasts.
3 A life rating of 20,000++ hours means that at least 80% of the lamps
initially installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
* New! Contact manufacturer for product availability.
Venture’s 350 and 320 watt Natural White electronic lamps
were accepted into the 2005 IESNA Progress Report, which
recognizes new products that provide a unique and significant
advancement to the art and science of lighting.
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
For Electronic Ballasts
Details, See Page #51
Effective Lumens
50,000
Uni-Form Natural White
100
MS 400W/BU
90
Effective Lumens
80
70
Relative Power (%)
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
(S/P)0.5
45,000
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
393
443
493
543
593
Wavelength (nm)
643
693
40,000
35,000
Natural White™
400W
30,000
Natural White™
350W
25,000
743
20,000
Ceramic Metal halide
90
15,000
Relative Power (%)
Additional
Ballasts
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
443
493
543
593
Wavelength (nm)
643
693
743
8,000
12,000
16,000
Hours of Operation
20,000
t in y!
s
r
i
A F dustr
In
the
With Natural White lamps, blues are
true blue and reds are more vibrant;
whites are whiter and skin tones
look like they’re under sunlight. The
light from our Natural White lamps is
closest to natural sunlight.
Technical
Information
European
Product
0
393
r
Co l o e r
t
-bet eramic
c lide
n
a
h
t
ha
l
a
t
me
4,000
9n0Lumens
Mea
Natural White™
320W
100
80
%
Product
Index
Ceramic metal halide
4000K - 90 CRI
Natural White®
5000K - 90+ CRI
Compact Fluorescent
3500K - 80 CRI
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®
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
Specialty
Lamps
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Effective Eff. Mean Avg. Life
Lumens1 Lumens2 Hours3
CCT Warm-upRestrike
(K)
(Min) (Min)
CRI
Finish
250
MP 250W/BU/UVS/PS/EM/950
19523*
M153/O
18500
16500
320
MP 320W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950
98530*
M154/O
23500
21000
320
MP 320W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950
98520*
M154/O
23500
21000
20000+
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
350
MP 350W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950
33149
M131/O
27000
24000
20000+
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
350
MP 350W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950
51628
M131/O
27000
24000
20000+
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
400
MP 400W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950
72315
M155/O
31500
28500
20000+
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
400
MP 400W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950
57129
M155/O
31500
28500
20000+
5000
2-3
5-8
775
MP 775W/BU/BT37/PS/950
24983**
M___/O
70000
63000
20000+
5000
2-3
5-8
Oper.
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
20000+
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
Clear
BU±15°
A
15
20000+
5000
2-3
5-8
90+
Clear
BU±15°
A
12
Clear
BU±15°
B
6
Clear
BU±15°
A
12
Clear
BU±15°
B
6
Clear
BU±15°
A
12
90+
Clear
BU±15°
B
6
90+
Clear
BU±15°
C
6
B
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
ED28
A
ED37
Lamps
Notes: On CWA ballasts, mean lumens may be lower
** Product is in development, please contact Venture Lighting for product availability
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
Notes: 1 Effective lumens are scotopically enhanced for indoor lighting;
(S/P)0.5 =1.13 relative to standard 4000K lamps
2 Mean lumen rating of 90% is based upon operation on Venture Opti-Wave® ballasts.
3 A life rating of 20,000+ hours means that at least 70% of the lamps initially installed
will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
* New! Contact manufacturer for product availability.
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Mogul Base Lamps (ED37) for Operation on Magnetic Ballasts
Lamp
Watts Description
Uni-Form
Systems
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
ANSI Type-O
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Wiring Diagrams
U N I-FORM® P U L S E S T A R T M E T A L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
277V BLACK
LAMP
CAP
CAP
Specialty
Lamps
BLUE
X3
W1
WHIT
E
BLACK
HT
BLK/W
IGNITOR
European
Product
BLUE
IGNITOR
X3
S1
WHITE
COMMON
RED
D
/RE
T
WH X1
CAP
WHIT
E
BLACK
LAMP
LAMP
RED
WH
ED
T/R X1
BLUE IGNITOR
X3
120V ORANGE
EMERGENCY
LAMP
BLK/WHT
BLK/WHT
CAP
WHITE
COMMON
WHITE
OW
LL 2
X
EMERGENCY
LAMP
YE
LL
X2 OW
YE
OW
X2
WHITE
COMMON
LL
BLK/WHT
YE
BLK/WHT
RED
D
/RE
T
WH X1
BLUE
IGNITOR
X3
120V ORANGE
CAP
Technical
Information
LAMP
RED
ED
T/R
WH X1
120V ORANGE
Product
Index
HT
BLK/W
120V ORANGE
WHITE
COMMON
BLUE IGNITOR
X3
CAP
OW
LL
YE X2
T1
WHIT
E
RED
D
/RE
T
WH X1
WHITE COMMON
240V TAN
208V PURPLE
BLACK
E
480V BLU/WHT
277V BLACK
IGNITOR
X3
OW
LL 2
X
WHITE
COMMON
BLUE
IGNITOR
X3
R1
BLUE
YE
ORANGE
120V
RED
ED
T/R 1
H
W
X
HT
BLK/W
CAP
BLACK
277V
OW
LL 2
X
Standard
Metal Halide
Q1
WHIT
WHITE
COMMON
YE
Additional
Ballasts
WHIT
E
HT
B1
OW
LL
YE X2
120V ORANGE
WHITE
COMMON
BLK/W
120V ORANGE
WHITE
COMMON
RED
ED
T/R 1
H
W
X
277V TAN
OW
LL
YE X2
CAP
X3
CAP
X2
IGNITOR
IGNITOR
BLK/WHT BLK/WHT
WHITE
347V BLACK
X3
OW
BLUE
208V PURPLE
A1
RED
ED
T/R 1
H
X
W
HT
BLK/W
240V TAN
BLUE
120V ORANGE
LL
CAP
WHITE
COMMON
277V BLACK
277V TAN
YE
W
LO
X2
CAP
WHITE
COMMON
Y
BLK/WHT
RED
ED
T/R 1
X
WH
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BLK/WHT
120V ORANGE
BLUE
X3 IGNITOR
120V ORANGE
RESTRIKE
CONTROL
347V BLACK
BLK/WHT BLK/WHT
IGNITOR
LAMP
X3
K
RED
D
/RE
T
WH X1
LAMP
BLUE
208V PURPLE
BLACK
LAMP
240V TAN
F
LAMP
RED
D
/R E 1
T
X
WH
L
YE
Uni-Form®
Systems
277V BLACK
connection must be made to all ballasts to
avoid shock hazard, personal injury or damage
to the luminaire or installation. Ballast
installations and groundings should be made
in accordance with all applicable government
codes and regulations where required.
OW
LL
YE X2
Selection
Guide
E
The wiring diagram is the blueprint for the
ballast circuitry, including the input supply
voltage and grounding methods. A ground
LAMP
Applications
Wiring diagrams for all Venture® Uni-Form®
ballast products are provided on this page.
The ballast data tables indicate the reference
letter corresponding to the correct diagram
for each ballast product. Refer to the table for
the required ballast before referencing any
diagram.
LAMP
Introduction
Introduction
Specialty Lamps
Lamp
The Right
For That Special Application
High Output MPI Lamps
62
400W, 360W - Replacing the standard 400
watt metal halide (base-up operation) lamp
with a same or higher light output and are
compliant with 2005 NEC® (National Electrical
Code®) requirements
Energy Master® Lamps
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150W and 360W - Relamp your standard
metal halide installation with these
energy-saving retrofit products. Lamps
are specifically designed to operate with all
standard metal halide fixtures and ballasts.
White-Lux® Lamps
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250 - 750 Watts - Cost effectively switch from
yellow HPS light to white metal halide light with
no modifications to your HPS ballasts and fixtures.
High Wattage/Sports Lamps
1000 - 1650 Watts - These lamps are
the leading choice for arenas and
stadiums worldwide.
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Tubular Lamps
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70 - 1000 Watts - Tubular jacketed lamps
with highly streamlined profiles provide
excellent optical control.
BiPin (G12) Lamps
70 - 150 Watts
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Double Ended Lamps
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70 - 250 Watts - Compact configuration
provides excellent optical control in smaller
fixture designs.
High Wattage Double Ended
70
1000 - 2000 Watts - These European style
lamps are used for large area floodlighting
and sports lighting applications.
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
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High Output Lamps
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
Applications
What Happened
to the
High Output
400W?
Venture’s Type-O
MPI Shrouded
Arc Tubes
Standard arc tube
found in a Type-S lamp
It’s Been Replaced
with the New
MPI HO (High Output)
Venture’s Open Luminaire Rated MPI Lamps
MPI Lamps
• More light - Exceed mean lumens of old 400W S-rated
lamps & higher lumen rating than older MPI 400W
• Meet initial lumens of old 400W/BU S-rated lamps
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Super
• Same light as 400W/U with 10% energy
savings - MPI 360W
• Meet requirements of the 2005
National Electric Code®
European
Product
• Meet ANSI criteria for use in open luminaires Can be used in open or enclosed luminaires
• No luminaire lens required - delivering more light
• Can be operated continuously, no shut-off required
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• Fewer failures thanks to weldless mount construction Stronger lamps - less breakage in shipping
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High Output Lamps
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
ANSI Type-O
Pinched Body Mogul Based Lamps
Applications
Lamp
Watts Description
400 MPI 400W/BU/HO
400 MPI 400W/C/BU/HO
Initial
Lumens
40000
38000
Lumens
Mean
Per Watt Lumens
95
28000
90
26000
Avg. Life
Hours
20000
20000
CCT Warm-Up Restrike
(K)
(Min)
(Min)
4000
3-5
10-15
3700
3-5
10-15
CRI
65
70
Oper.
Pos.
BU±15°
BU±15°
Finish
Clear
Coated
Fig.
A
A
Case
Qty
6
6
Energy Saving Pinched Body Mogul Based Lamps
Lamp
Watts Description
360 MPI 360W/BU/EM/HO
360 MPI 360W/C/BU/EM/HO
BT37
A
Lamps
ANSI
Code
M59/O
M59/O
Product
No.
38029
67293
ANSI
Initial Lumens Mean Avg. Life
Code Lumens Per Watt Lumens Hours
M165/O 36000
97
26000
20000
M165/O 34000
94
24000
20000
CCT
(K)
4000
3700
CRI
65
70
Operating
Case
Finish
Pos.
Fig. Qty
Clear BU±15° A
6
Coated BU±15° A
6
Replaces
400/U; 400/BU
400/C/U; 400/C/BU
If you are looking for:
Look no further than:
Lamp
Description
ANSI
Code
Lamp
Description
ANSI
Code
MS 400W/BU
M59/E 40000 26000
MPI 400W/BU/HO
M59/O 40000 28000
MS 400W/C/BU
M59/E 38000 24000
MPI 400W/C/BU/HO
M59/O 38000 26000
MS 360W/BU/EM
M165/E 36000 23400
MPI 360W/BU/EM/HO
M165/O 36000 26000
MS 360W/C/BU/EM
M165/E 34200 22200
MPI 360W/C/BU/EM/HO
M165/O 34000 24000
Initial Mean
Lumens Lumens
Initial Mean
Lumens Lumens
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
Venture’s open fixture rated MPI lamps
contain quartz shrouds, which help contain
hot particles in the lamp in the event of an
arc tube rupture. Open fixture rated metal
halide lamps offer significant advantages for
end-users, including:
• No need for luminaire lens, where dust and
dirt can accumulate and reduce light output
• Lower luminaire costs
• Easier lamp replacement
• Continuous operation - 24/7/365
• Recommended by the insurance industry
Additionally, Venture’s MPI lamps are
designed to work in special open fixture
sockets which prevent installing or
relamping with the wrong lamp type.
Venture’s design specifications include a
base with an extended center contact (EX39)
for mogul based lamps
These requirements allow for an exclusive
fit by MPI lamps into open rated sockets
To realize these benefits, specify Venture
MPI lamps for your installation. Venture
carries a complete line of open rated lamps,
the most options available in the industry.
Open Fixture
Lamp
Enclosed
Fixture Lamp
The extended center
contact completes the
circuit in the socket.
The standard center contact
won’t reach the contact in
the dedicated socket.
EX39 Mogul Base Socket
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
ANSI Type-O
Product
No.
95527
26091
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Introduction
Retrofit Lamp Solutions
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
®
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Energy Master
Save On Energy Costs
By Switching Just The Lamp!
• Save up to 40 watts per fixture!
Standard
Metal Halide
• It’s easy - Just change the lamp!
• Designed to replace 175 and 400 watt standard metal halide lamps
• Use existing luminaires and ballasts
• Safe alternative - Open-rated (ANSI Type-O) lamps available in
150 and 360 watts
• Clear and coated outer jacket options available
Product
Index
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Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
• Watch your energy savings grow with Energy Master lamps!
A Simple Lamp Change Does It!
Save Up to 40 Watts per Fixture! Venture Lighting‘s
Energy Master® line of retrofit products saves
energy by operating at lower wattages.
See an immediate reduction in energy costs of up
to 40 watts per fixture or a full 10% with virtually
the same light output. At a cost of $0.12/KWH,
the energy savings over the rated life of the 360
watt Energy Master lamp (20,000 hours) is
$96 per fixture.
Calculation:
.040 KW/hr x $.12 x 20,000 hrs =$96.00
It’s Easy!
Just replace your lamp. That’s it!
Retrofit for Safety
For applications where safety is an issue, Venture
Lighting offers open-rated Energy Master MPI
lamps, which meet 2005 NEC® requirements.
The arc tube is enclosed in a quartz shroud to
prevent the outer glass jacket from breaking in
the event of an arc tube rupture. Passing ANSI
containment tests, these lamps operate on
standard ballasts and are intended primarily
for open-rated fixtures and provide an added
measure of safety in enclosed fixtures.
Retrofit Benefits:
• No need to change luminaires or ballasts
• Full range of shrouded lamps available for use
in open luminaires
• Save on energy consumption
Considering an update of your lighting system?
Explore the advantages of the Energy Master line.
Available in 150 and 360 watt designs to replace
175 and 400 watt standard lamps.
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Energy Master Lamps
Introduction
®
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
ANSI Type-E
Medium and Mogul Base Probe Start Lamps
Product
No.
ANSI
Spec
Initial
Lumens
Lumens Per Watt
Mean Avg. Life
Lumens Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
Operating
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
Replaces
175/U/MED
Watts
Saved
150
MH 150W/U/EM
44810
M107/E*
13500
90
8800
10000
4000
65
Clear
U
D
12
150
MH 150W/C/U/EM
39083
M107/E*
12800
85
8300
10000
3700
70
Coated
U
D
12 175/C/U/MED
150
MH 150W/U/ED28/EM
69559
M107/E*
13500
90
8800
10000
4000
65
Clear
C
12 175U;400/BU
25
360
MS 360W/BU/EM
62274
M165/E** 36000
100
23400
20000
4000
65
Clear
A
6
40
360
MS 360W/HOR/T15/EM
10133
M165/E** 35000
97
22800
4000
65
Clear
E
12 400W/HOR/T15 40
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
ANSI Type-O
Mogul Base Probe Start Lamps
Lamp
Watts Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Spec
Initial
Lumens
Lumens Per Watt
Mean Avg. Life
Lumens Hours
U
BU±15°
HOR±15°
150
MPI 150W/BU/ED28/EM
48339
M107/E*
12800
85
8300
10000
4000
65
Clear
360
MPI 360W/BU/EM/HO
38029
M165/O** 36000
97
26000
20000
4000
65
Clear
360
MPI 360W/C/BU/EM/HO
67293
M165/O** 34000
94
24000
20000
3700
70
Coated
ANSI Type-O
Operating
Pos.
BU±15°
Fig.
BU±15°
BU±15°
Case
Qty
25
25
400/U;400/BU
Replaces
Watts
Saved
B
12 175/U; 175/BU
40
B
6 400/U; 400/BU
40
B
6 400/C/U; 400/C/BU 40
High CCT & High CRI Pulse Start Lamps
Lamp
Watts Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Spec
Effective Eff. Mean
Lumens1 Lumens2
Avg. Life
Hours3
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
Operating
Case
Pos.
Fig. Qty
Replaces
Watts
Save
15
250
MP 250W/BU/UVS/PS/EM/950
19523
M153/O
18500
16500
20000+
5000
90+
Clear
BU±15°
F
15
250W/BU/ED28/PS
320
MP 320W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950
98530
M154/O
21000
2100
20000+
5000
90+
Clear
BU±15°
F
12
320W/BU/ED28/PS
20
320
MP 320W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950
98520
M154/O
23500
21000
20000+
5000
90+
Clear
BU±15°
B
6
320W/BU/ED37/PS
20
350
MP 350W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950
33149
M131/O
27000
24000
20000+
5000
90+
Clear
BU±15°
G
12
350W/BU/ED28/PS
25
350
MP 350W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950
51628
M131/O
27000
24000
20000+
5000
90+
Clear
BU±15°
F
6
350W/BU/ED37/PS
25
400
MP 400W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950
72315
M155/O
31500
28500
20000+
5000
90+
Clear
BU±15°
G
12
400W/BU/ED28/PS
25
400
MP 400W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950
57129
M155/O
31500
28500
20000+
5000
90+
Clear
BU±15°
F
6
400W/BU/ED37/PS
25
Notes:
On CWA ballasts, mean lumens may be lower
* Lamp operates on standard 175 watt (M57) metal halide ballast.
** Lamp operates on standard 400 watt (M59) metal halide ballast.
+ A life rating of 20,000+ hours means that at least 70% of the lamps initially installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Dia. = 1 7⁄8” (46mm)
MOL = 9 3/4” (248mm)
LCL = 5 3/4” (146mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
G
ED37
ED17
Dia. = 4 /8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
5
F
D
C
ED28
Dia. = 4 /8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
5
E
ED28
B
BT37
ED37
Lamps
A
T15
1 Effective lumens are scotopically enhanced for indoor lighting; (S/P)0.5 =1.13 relative to standard 4000K lamps
2 Mean lumen rating of 90% is based upon operation on Venture Opti-Wave® ballasts.
3 A life rating of 20,000+ hours means that at least 70% of the lamps initially installed will still be operating after 20,000 hours.
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
For the most complete specifications and up-to-date information,
visit us on-line at www.venturelighting.com
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Index
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Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Lamp
Watts Description
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White-Lux Lamps
Introduction
®
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
Before
After
Change From Yellow To White
By Switching Just The Lamp!
Applications
• Converts the harsh yellow light of HPS to crisp white
light with only the change of a lamp!
• Complete electrical compatibility with HPS systems
• Designed for photometric compatibility with HPS systems
• Clear and coated outer jacket options
• Excellent color rendering (65-70 CRI vs. 22 CRI for HPS)
ANSI Type-E
250 Watt White-Lux Mogul Base (ED28)
MH 250W/U/LU
Product
No.
ANSI
Compatible
Initial
Lumens
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
91051
S50/E*
20000
13000
10000
4000
65
Clear
ANSI Type-O
Case
Qty
Replaces
A
12
LU 250
Fig.
Case
Qty
Replaces
B
12
LU 250
ANSI
Compatible
Initial
Lumens
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
MPI 250W/BU/LU
24785
S50/O*
19000
12300
10000
4000
65
Clear
Operating
Pos.
BU±15°
MPI 250W/C/BU/LU
10206
S50/O*
18000
11700
10000
3700
70
Coated
BU±15°
B
12
LU 250/D
Operating
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
Replaces
ANSI Type-E
400 Watt White-Lux Mogul Base (ED28 and ED37)
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Compatible
Initial
Lumens
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
MH 400W/U/LU/ED28
59441
S51/E**
41000
26600
20000
4000
65
Clear
MH 400W/BU/LU
52134
S51/E**
41000
26600
20000
4000
65
MH 400W/C/BU/LU
72190
S51/E**
39000
25400
20000
3700
ANSI Type-O
A
12
LU 400
Clear
U
BU±15°
C
6
LU 400
70
Coated
BU±15°
C
6
LU 400/D
Fig.
Case
Qty
Replaces
E
6
LU 400
400 Watt White-Lux Mogul Base (BT37)
Lamp
Description
MPI 400W/BU/LU
Product
No.
ANSI
Compatible
Initial
Lumens
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
10044
S51/O**
39000
25400
20000
4000
65
Clear
Operating
Pos.
BU±15°
ANSI Type-E
750 Watt White-Lux Mogul Base (BT37)
Lamp
Description
MH 750W/U/LU/BT37
Product
No.
ANSI
Compatible
Initial
Lumens
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
Operating
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
Replaces
33940
S111/E***
72000
46800
12000
4000
65
Clear
U
D
6
LU 750
Operating
Pos.
V±15
Fig.
Case
Qty
Replaces
D
6
LU1000
1000 Watt White-Lux Mogul Base (BT37)
MS 1000W/V/LU/BT37
Product
No.
ANSI
Compatible
Initial
Lumens
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
35892
S52/E†
110000
71500
15000
4000
65
Clear
B
ED28
ED28
A
C
D
E
BT37
Lamp
Description
Lamps
European
Product
Technical
Information
Fig.
Product
No.
ANSI Type-E
Product
Index
Operating
Pos.
BU±15°
250 Watt White-Lux Mogul Base (ED28)
Lamp
Description
BT37
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Lamp
Description
ED37
Selection
Guide
• Shrouded open-rated lamps available in 250 and 400
watts, complies with 2005 National Electric Code
* Lamp operates on 250 watt (S50) high
pressure sodium ballast.
** Lamp operates on 400 watt (S51) high
pressure sodium ballast.
*** Lamp operates on 750 watt (S111) high
pressure sodium ballast.
† Lamp operates on 10000 watt (S52) high
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5 3/4” (146mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5 3/4” (146mm)
Base = EX39
pressure sodium ballast.
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 5 3/4” (146mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 5 3/4” (146mm)
Base = EX39
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High Wattage/Sports Lamps
ANSI Type-E
1000 Watt Sports Lamps (BT56 and BT37)
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
MS 1000W/HOR/SPORT 60**
47503
M47/E
115000
86000
12000
3400
70
Clear
Operating
Position
HOR±60°
B
6
75
MS 1000W/HOR/BT37/3K**
53702
M47/E
115000
86000
12000
3400
70
Clear
HOR±45°
C
6
75
Operating
Position
BU±105°
Fig.
Case
Qty
Ballast
Ref. Pg.
A
6
75
A
6
75
B
6
75
Fig.
Case
Qty
Ballast
Ref. Pg.
B
6
75
ANSI Type-E
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
MH 1500W/HBU
18360
M48/E
161000BU
136000BU
3000BU/H
3400
65
Clear
MH 1500W/U/XL
12342
M48/E
170000V
136000V
6000V
4000
65
Clear
MS 1500W/HOR/XP/SPORT 60**
82070
M48/E
162000
137700
3000
3400
70
Clear
ANSI Type-E
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
16419
M112/E
177000
145000
3000
3200
70
Clear
Case
Qty
Ballast
Ref. Pg.
U
HOR±60°
B
Operating
Position
HOR±60°
C
BT37
BT56
A
Lamps
Fig.
1650 Watt Sports Lamps (BT56)
Lamp
Description
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
Initial
Lumens
1500 Watt Sports Lamps (BT56)
Lamp
Description
MS 1650W/HOR/XP/SPORT 60**
European
Product
ANSI
Code
BT56
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
Dia. = 7” (180mm)
MOL = 15 3/8” (391mm)
LCL = 9 1/2” (241mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
Dia. = 7” (180mm)
MOL = 15 3/8” (391mm)
LCL = 9 1/2” (241mm)
Base = E39
For the most complete specifications and up-to-date information,
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Information
* Life shown is rated for 5 hours per start.
** Permitted rotation about horizontal lamp axis ±15˚.
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Tubular Lamps
ANSI Type-E
Lamp
Watts Description
Product
Index
Pinched Body Tubular Lamps (T15)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
Ballast
Ref. Pg.
175
MH 175W/U/T15
40335
M57/E
14000
80
9100
10000
4000
65
Clear
U
A
12
74
175
MH 175W/U/T15/10K
70136
M57/E
-
-
-
8000
10000
65
Clear
U
A
12
74
250
MH 250W/U/T15
33479
M58/E
21000
84
13700
10000
4000
65
Clear
U
A
12
74
250
MH 250W/U/T15/10K
63897
M58/E
-
-
-
8000
10000
65
Clear
U
A
12
74
250
MS 250W/HOR/T15*
88353
M58/E
23000
92
15000
10000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±45°
A1
12
74
250
MS 250W/HOR/T15/3K*
54843
M58/E
21000
84
13700
10000
3200
65
Clear
HOR±45°
A1
12
74
400
MH 400W/U/T15
55422
M59/E
36000
90
23400
15000
4000
65
Clear
U
B
12
75
400
MS 400W/HOR/T15*
55100
M59/E
40000
100
26000
15000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±45°
C1
12
75
400
MS 400W/HOR/T15/3K*
32225
M59/E
38000
95
24700
15000
3200
65
Clear
HOR±45°
C1
12
75
1000
MS 1000W/HOR/T25/PS*
49111
M141/E
110000
110
77000
5000
3400
65
Clear
HOR±45°
F
6
57
ANSI Type-O
Lamp
Watts Description
Formed Body Arc Tubular Lamps (T15)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
Oper.
Pos.
Fig.
Case
Qty
Ballast
Ref. Pg.
44
200
MS 200W/H75/T15/PS
70764
M136/E
19000
95
15000
12000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±75°
D
12
320
MS 320W/H75/T15/PS
79710
M154/E**
30000
94
23000
20000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±75°
E
12
48
350
MS 350W/H75/T15/PS
93749
M131/E
33000
94
25000
20000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±75°
E
12
49
* Permitted rotation about horizontal lamp axis ±15˚.
** Lamp warranty is limited on M132 ballasts.
See individual specification sheets for details.
D
T15
C
T15
B
Dia. = 1 7/8” (46mm)
MOL = 9 3/4” (248mm)
LCL = 5 3/4” (146mm)
Base = E39
C1 Base = EP39
Dia. = 1 7/8” (46mm)
MOL = 9 3/4” (248mm)
LCL = 5 3/4” (146mm)
Base = E39
F
E
T15
Dia. = 1 7/8” (46mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
A1 Base = EP39
Dia. = 1 7⁄8” (46mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 1 7⁄8” (46mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
T25
T15
T15
Lamps
A
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Product
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Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
Dia. = 3 1/8” (79mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
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Double Ended & G12 Lamps
ANSI Type-E
Single Ended Lamps (G12)
Lamp
Description
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
HIT 70W/G12/UVS/4K
52983
M85/M98/E
5600
75
3600
10000
4200
70
Clear
U
A
25
HIT 70W/G12/UVS/3K
12108
M85/M98/E
5600
75
3600
10000
3000
70
Clear
U
A
25
39/82
HIT 100W/G12/UVS/4K
89887
M90/E
9000
90
5900
10000
4200
70
Clear
U
A
25
40/82
HIT 150W/G12/UVS/4K
25779
M81/M102/E
14000
93
10500
10000
4200
70
Clear
U
A
25
42/82
HIT 150W/G12/UVS/3K
12106
M81/M102/E
14000
93
10500
10000
3000
70
Clear
U
A
25
42/82
Lamp
Description
39/82
World Lamp
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
Operating
Case Control Gear
Pos.
Fig. Qty
Ref. Pg.
MH-DE 70W/UVS/4K
60248
M85/M98/E
5500
73
3600
10000
4200
70
Clear
HOR±45°
B
25
39/82
MH-DE 70W/UVS/3K
16786
M85/M98/E
5200
69
3400
10000
3000
70
Clear
HOR±45°
B
25
39/82
MH-DE 70W/UVS/FS/6K
79470
M85/M98/E
4800
64
4100
10000
6500
90
Clear
HOR±45°
B
25
39/82
MH-DE 150W/UVS/4K
74756
M81/M102/E
11250
75
8400
10000
4200
70
Clear
HOR±45°
C
25
42/82
MH-DE 150W/UVS/3K
11295
M81/M102/E
11250
75
8400
10000
3000
70
Clear
HOR±45°
C
25
42/82
MH-DE 150W/UVS/FS/6K
29963
M81/M102/E
11250
75
9600
10000
6500
90
Clear
HOR±45°
B
25
42/82
ANSI Type-E
Double Ended Lamps (RSC and Fc2)
Lamp
Description
World Lamp
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
Finish
Operating
Case Control Gear
Pos.
Fig. Qty
Ref. Pg.
MH-DE 250W/3K/Fc2
84727
M80/E
20000
80
13000
10000
3000
70
Clear
HOR±45°
D
25
82
MH-DE 250W/4K/Fc2
72748
M80/E
20000
80
13000
10000
4200
70
Clear
HOR±45°
D
25
82
MH-DE 250W/4K/RSC
22468
M80/E
20000
80
13000
10000
4200
70
Clear
HOR±45°
C1
25
82
B
MOL
LCL
MH-DE
G12
Lamps
A
European
Product
Operating
Case Control Gear
Pos.
Fig. Qty
Ref. Pg.
Double Ended Lamps
Contact to Contact = 114.2mm
Base = RSC (R7s)
C
Contact to Contact = 132mm
Base = RSC (R7s)
C1 Contact to Contact = 158mm
D
MH-DE
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
ANSI Type-E
MOL= 163mm
Base = Fc2
Dia. = 23mm
MOL = 110mm
LCL = 56mm
Base = G12
EUROPEAN USAGE:
70, 100, 150, 250 watt lamps operate on HPS ballasts with MH ignitors
See page 82 for European control gear
Product
Index
Technical
Information
World Lamp
Product
No.
MH-DE
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
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High Wattage Double Ended
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
SPECIALTY METAL HALIDE LAMPS
ANSI Type-E
1000 Watt Double Ended Lamps (RSC-RX7s)
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
MBIL S 1000W
22417*
M__/F**
80000
80
64000
6000
5200
65
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
MBIL S 1500W
22151*
M__/F**
130000
87
104000
6000
5200
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
MBIL S 2000W
22132*
M__/F**
215000
100
172000
6000
5200
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
MH-DE 2000W/T9
84476**** M134/F**
200000
100
170000
3000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±15°
D
2
75/82
MH-DE 2000W/T9/UVS
17236**** M134/E
200000
100
170000
3000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±15°
D
2
75/82
ANSI Type-E
Specialty
Lamps
Finish
Operating
Position
Fig.
Frosted
HOR±15°
A
CRI
Finish
Operating
Position
Fig.
65
Frosted
HOR±15°
B
CRI
Finish
Operating
Position
Fig.
65
Frosted
HOR±15°
C
Finish
Operating
Position
1500 Watt Double Ended Lamps (RSC-RX7s)
ANSI Type-E
Standard
Metal Halide
World Lamp
Lamp
Description
Lumens
Per Watt
Mean
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
82
Case Control Gear
Qty
Ref. Pg.
6
82
World Lamp
2000 Watt Double Ended Lamps (Special)
Initial
Lumens
6
World Lamp
2000*** Watt Double Ended Lamps (Special)
ANSI Type-E
Case Control Gear
Qty
Ref. Pg.
Case Control Gear
Qty
Ref. Pg.
2
75/82
North American Style
CCT
(K)
CRI
Fig.
Case Control Gear
Qty
Ref. Pg.
Product
Index
WARNING: Do not operate this lamp if the lens is broken or missing since the unattenuated UV from this lamp can cause serious skin burn and eye inflammation.
*** MBIL 2000 watt lamps are measured at 2150 watts.
****New! Contact Manufacturer for product availability.
EUROPEAN USAGE:
High Wattage Double Ended Lamps operate on reactor ballasts with MH ignitors
See our website for further information
MOL = 311mm
Effective arc length = 188mm
Base = SINGLE CONTACT-SPECIAL
D
MH-DE
MOL = 256mm
Effective arc length = 166mm
Base = RSC (RX7s)
C
MBIL S
MOL = 256mm
Effective arc length = 182mm
Base = RSC (RX7s)
B
MBIL S
Lamps
A
MBIL S
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
* Approved ballasts are 1000W - M141, 1500W - M133, 2000W - M134
** F - ANSI code for lamps which must be used in enclosed luminaires with UV attenuating lenses.
MOL = 254mm
Effective arc length = 109mm
Base = CABLE/SPADE
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Standard Metal Halide
STANDARD M E TA L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
The Best Lamps
The Right Ballast
Venture offers the widest range of standard
metal halide products, including North American
and European style lamps. With over twenty
years of experience, Venture’s high quality
lamps are used worldwide.
Venture Lighting Power Systems Group has
manufacturing facilities around the globe.
Venture designs and manufactures a wide
selection of Opti-Wave® ballasts, an integral part
of Venture’s Uni-Form® pulse start metal halide
lighting systems. We also offer reactor, high
reactance autotransformer (HX-HPF), CWA and
CWI ballasts. Products available in single, dual,
tri and quad tap ballasts to cover the lighting
voltages of 120V, 208V, 240V, 277V, 347V and
480V.
This section provides complete data for North
American medium and mogul base 175W,
250W, 400W and 1000W standard (probe start)
metal halide lamps.
For the most complete
product listings
and most current up-to-date information,
visit us on-line at www.venturelighting.com
All ballast specifications are in compliance with
North American and international safety,
performance and design standards, including
U.L., CSA and ANSI. In Europe, all products
carry the CE mark, and many of our products
carry approval marks, including ENEC, Kitemark
and VDE.
Features:
• Vacuum impregnation for cooler operation of
optimized insulation system
• UL Temp Codes equal to or better than the
competition
• User-friendly installation - Color coded wires
as well as printed labels on the wires make for
easy installing - just follow the diagram on
each ballast
• The core size to meet your application - same
sizes as competitors in the same ballast type
• Dry capacitors rated up to 100° C
• Flexibility: Order kits, prewired ballasts,
brackets - all in the configuration that
you need
• Thermally protected ballasts available for
most pulse start metal halide ballasts
Product
Index
Technical
Information
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Product
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Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Venture is Metal Halide
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Lamps
STANDARD M E TA L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
Watts
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
175
MH 175W/U
88791
M57/E
14000
80
175
MH 175W/C/U
96627
M57/E
13300
76
9100
10000
4000
65
Clear
U
B
12
Enclosed
8600
10000
3700
70
Coated
U
B
12
Enclosed
175
MH 175W/U/5K
79881
M57/E
12000
69
7800
7500
5000
75
Clear
U
B
12
Enclosed
175
MH 175W/U/MED
15556
M57/E
175
MH 175W/C/U/MED
63187
M57/E
14000
80
9100
10000
4000
65
Clear
U
A
12
Enclosed
13300
76
8600
10000
3700
70
Coated
U
A
12
175
MH 175W/U/T15
40335
Enclosed
M57/E
14000
80
9100
10000
4000
65
Clear
U
K
12
Enclosed
175
MH 175W/U/T15/10K
70136
M57/E
-
-
-
8000
10000
65
Clear
U
K
12
Enclosed
175
175
MS 175W/BU
55087
M57/E
15000
86
9800
10000
4000
65
Clear
BU±15°
B
12
Enclosed
MS 175W/C/BU/3K
20981
M57/E
13600
78
8800
10000
3200
70
Coated
BU±15°
B
12
Enclosed
175
MS 175W/BU/MED
70310
M57/E
15000
86
9800
10000
4000
65
Clear
BU±15°
A
12
Enclosed
175
MS 175W/C/BU/MED/3K
52522
M57/E
13600
78
8800
10000
3200
70
Coated
BU±15°
A
12
Enclosed
175
MS 175W/HOR*
57330
M57/E
15000
86
9800
10000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±45°
F
12
Enclosed
175
MPI 175W/BU
32519
M57/O
14000
80
9100
10000
4000
65
Clear
BU±15°
C
12
Open
250
MH 250W/U
63052
M58/E
21000
84
13700
10000
4000
65
Clear
U
B
12
Enclosed
250
MH 250W/C/U
61290
M58/E
20000
80
13000
10000
3700
70
Coated
U
B
12
Enclosed
250
MH 250W/U/5K
27252
M58/E
19000
76
12400
7500
5000
75
Clear
U
B
12
Enclosed
250
MH 250W/U/T15
33479
M58/E
21000
84
13700
10000
4000
65
Clear
U
K
12
Enclosed
250
MH 250W/U/T15/10K
63897
M58/E
-
-
-
8000
10000
65
Clear
U
K
12
Enclosed
250
MS 250W/BU
36297
M58/E
23000
92
15000
10000
4000
65
Clear
BU±15°
B
12
Enclosed
250
MS 250W/C/BU/3K
18477
M58/E
20000
80
13000
10000
3200
70
Coated
BU±15°
B
12
Enclosed
250
MS 250W/HOR*
94883
M58/E
23000
92
15000
10000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±45°
F
12
Enclosed
250
MS 250W/HOR/T15*
88353
M58/E
23000
92
15000
10000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±45°
N
12
Enclosed
250
MS 250W/HOR/T15/3K*
54843
M58/E
21000
84
13700
10000
3200
65
Clear
HOR±45°
N
12
Enclosed
250
MPI 250W/BU
60722
M58/O
21800
87
14200
10000
4000
65
Clear
BU±15°
C
12
Open
250
MPI 250W/C/BU
60723
M58/O
20700
83
13500
10000
3700
70
Coated
BU±15°
C
12
Open
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EX39
Finish
Operation
Position
Fig.
BT37
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
BT37
E
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EX39
H
G
ED37
ED28
Dia. = 3 1/2” (90mm)
MOL = 8 5/16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
D
ED37
ED28
Dia. = 2 1/8” (54mm)
MOL = 5 7/16” (138mm)
LCL = 3 3/8” (86mm)
Base = E26
Technical
Information
C
ED28
B
ED17
Lamps
A
F
Product
Index
Lumens Mean
Per Watt Lumens
* Permitted rotation about horizontal lamp axis ±15˚.
** Limited quantity available
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Standard Metal Halide Lamps
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
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Rating
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Lamps
STANDARD M E TA L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
Watts
Lamp
Description
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Initial
Lumens
Avg. Life
Hours
CCT
(K)
CRI
400
MH 400W/U
18520
M59/E
36000
90
400
MH 400W/C/U
83545
M59/E
34000
85
23000
20000
4000
65
Clear
U
D
6
Enclosed
22000
20000
3700
70
Coated
U
D
6
Enclosed
400
MH 400W/U/5K
36813
M59/E
32500
81
21000
15000
5000
75
Clear
U
D
6
Enclosed
400
MH 400W/U/ED28
57540
M59/E
400
MH 400W/C/U/ED28
20753
M59/E
36000
90
23000
20000
4000
65
Clear
U
B
12
Enclosed
34000
85
22000
20000
3700
70
Coated
U
B
12
Enclosed
400
MH 400W/U/ED28/10K
27540
M59/E
-
-
400
MH 400W/U/T15
55422
M59/E
36000
90
-
8000
10000
65
Clear
U
B
12
Enclosed
23000
15000
4000
65
Clear
U
L
12
Enclosed
400
MPI 400W/BU/HO
95527
M59/O
38000
100
400
MPI 400W/C/BU/HO
26091
M59/O
36100
95
24000
20000
4000
65
Clear
BU±15°
E
6
Open
23000
20000
3700
70
Coated
BU±15°
E
6
400
MS 400W/BU/ED28
40013
M59/E
40000
Open
100
26000
20000
4000
65
Clear
BU±15°
B
12
Enclosed
400
MS 400W/HOR*
40509
M59/E
400
MS 400W/C/HOR*
64648
M59/E
40000
100
26000
20000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±45°
G
6
Enclosed
38000
95
24000
20000
3700
70
Coated
HOR±45°
G
6
Enclosed
400
MS 400W/HOR/ED28*
21929
400
MS 400W/C/HOR/ED28*
24573
M59/E
40000
100
26000
20000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±45°
F
12
Enclosed
M59/E
38000
95
24000
20000
3700
70
Coated
HOR±45°
F
12
Enclosed
400
MS 400W/HOR/T15*
400
MS 400W/HOR/T15/3K*
55100
M59/E
40000
100
26000
15000
4000
65
Clear
HOR±45°
O
12
Enclosed
32225
M59/E
38000
95
24000
15000
3200
65
Clear
HOR±45°
O
12
1000
MH 1000W/U
Enclosed
72051
M47/E
110000
110
71000
12000
4000
65
Clear
U
I
6
Enclosed
1000
MH 1000W/C/U
1000
MH 1000W/U/5K
88460
M47/E
105000
105
68000
12000
3700
70
Coated
U
I
6
Enclosed
35914
M47/E
80000
80
52000
9000
5000
75
Clear
U
I
6
1000
MH 1000W/U/BT37
Enclosed
15332
M47/E
110000
110
71000
12000
4000
65
Clear
U
J
6
1000
Enclosed
MS 1000W/BU
89113
M47/E
115000
115
74000
12000
4000
65
Clear
BU±15°
I
6
Enclosed
1000
MS 1000W/C/BU
59982
M47/E
110000
110
71000
12000
3700
70
Coated
BU±15°
I
6
Enclosed
1000
MS 1000W/BU/BT37
13090
M47/E
115000
115
74000
12000
4000
65
Clear
BU±15°
J
6
Enclosed
1000
MS 1000W/HOR/BT37/3K*
53702
M47/E
115000
115
86000
12000
3400
70
Clear
HOR±45°
H
6
Enclosed
1000
MS 1000W/HOR/SPORT 60*
47503
M47/E
115000
115
86000
12000
3400
70
Clear
HOR±60°
M
6
Enclosed
Operation
Position
Finish
Fig.
Case
Qty
Luminaire
Rating
BT56
T15
T15
Dia. = 1 7⁄8” (46mm)
MOL = 8 5⁄16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = E39
M
L
Dia. = 7” (180mm)
MOL = 15 3/8” (391mm)
LCL = 9 1/2” (241mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
Dia. = 1 7⁄8” (46mm)
MOL = 9 3⁄4” (248mm)
LCL = 5 3⁄4” (146mm)
Base = E39
N
O
T15
Dia. = 4 5/8” (120mm)
MOL = 11 1/2” (292mm)
LCL = 7” (178mm)
Base = E39
K
T15
Dia. = 7” (180mm)
MOL = 15 3/8” (391mm)
LCL = 9 1/2” (241mm)
Base = E39
J
BT37
BT56
Lamps
I
Dia. = 1 7⁄8” (46mm)
MOL = 8 5⁄16” (211mm)
LCL = 5” (127mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
Dia. = 1 7⁄8” (46mm)
MOL = 9 3⁄4” (248mm)
LCL = 5 3⁄4” (146mm)
Base = EP39 (POMB)
Product
Index
Technical
Information
Lumens Mean
Per Watt Lumens
* Permitted rotation about horizontal lamp axis ±15˚.
European
Product
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Metal Halide
Specialty
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Standard Metal Halide 60 Hz Ballasts
Input
Voltage
Product
No.
175
120/208/240/277
V90D6111
M57
CWA
175
120/277/347
V90J6111
M57
CWA
175
480
V90Y6111T M57
CWA
211
175
120
V90B6112
M57
CWA
206
1.8
175
120/240
V90E6150
M57
CWI
225
1.9/0.95
175
208/120T
V90P6150T M57
CWI
226
1.1
175
600
V90Z6150
CWI
226
250
120/208/240/277
V90D6211
M58
CWA
250
120/277/347
V90J6211
M58
CWA
ANSI Circuit Input
Code Type Watts
M57
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil
Rise Code
Wiring
Diag. Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt.Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in) (lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign.
Fig.
210
1.8/1.1/0.9/0.8
C/D/D/C
H
1
2.22
3.60
6.8
10/400
A11
Dry
N/A
210
1.8/0.8/0.65
B/B/C
M
1
2.22
3.60
6.8
10/400
A11
Dry
N/A
0.45
B
V1
1
2.22
3.60
6.8
10/400
A11
Dry
N/A
C
B
1
2.40
3.80
6.6
10/400
A11
Dry
N/A
B/B
W
1
2.65
4.13
9
9/520
B5
Oil
N/A
C
O
1
2.65
4.13
9
9/520
B5
Oil
N/A
0.4
D
O
1
2.65
4.13
9
9/520
B5
Oil
N/A
291
2.6/1.45/ 1.3/1.1
B/A/C/B
H
1
2.8
4.2
8.5
15/360
A12
Dry
N/A
293
2.5/1.1/0.9
A/D/C
M
1
2.8
4.2
8.5
15/360
A12
Dry
N/A
N/A
250
480
V90Y6211
M58
CWA
288
0.6
D
V1
1
3
4.4
9.1
15/360
A12
Dry
250
120/208/240/277
V90D6212
M58
CWA
289
2.5/1.45/1.25/1.1
B/B/B/B
H
2
1.65
3.25
9.30
15/400
A12
Dry
N/A
250
120/277/347
V90J6212
M58
CWA
289
2.5/1.1/0.9
A/A/A
M
2
1.65
3.30
9.30
15/360
A12
Dry
N/A
250
480/120T
V90Y6212T M58
CWA
295
0.63
B
V1
2
1.55
3.35
8.80
15/400
A12
Dry
N/A
250
120/240
V90E6250
M58
CWI
303
2.6/1.3
A/A
W
2
2.16
3.75
14
12/480
B8
Oil
N/A
250
208/120T
V90P6250T M58
CWI
303
1.5
A
P
2
2.16
3.75
14
12/480
B8
Oil
N/A
250
600
V90Z6250
CWI
303
0.5
D
O
2
2.16
3.75
14
12/480
B8
Oil
N/A
M58
Product
Index
3.94" (100mm)
2.44"
(62 mm)
2 CWA/CWI- 4x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #8 BOLTS
2.84"
(72 mm)
3.50" (89 mm)
4.75" (121 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
4.37" (111 mm)
A B
A B
Options
1 CWA- 3x4 Core
Ballasts
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Metal Halide
Specialty
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Selection
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Applications
Watts
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #76
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Standard Metal Halide 60 Hz Ballasts
Input
Voltage
Product
No.
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil
Rise Code
400
120/208/240/277
V90D6413
M59
CWA
400
120/277/347
V90J6413
M59
CWA
455
4/2.3/2/1.75
D/D/E/E
H
1
2
3.9
10.7
24/360
A13
Dry
N/A
455
4/1.75/1.4
C/E/E
M
1
2.15
3.9
11.4
24/360
A13
Dry
N/A
400
480/120T
V90Y6413T M59
CWA
457
1
E
V1
1
2.15
4.1
11.5
24/360
A13
Dry
N/A
400
120/208/240/277
V90D6412
M59
400
120/240
V90E6450
M59
CWA
452
3.5/2.0/1.75/1.5
C/D/D/D
H
1
2
3.9
11.7
24/360
B13
Dry
N/A
CWI
475
4.05/2.05
B/B
W
1
3.5
5.5
21
19.5/520
B12
Oil
400
208/120T
N/A
V90P6450T M59
CWI
475
2.35
C
P
1
3.5
5.5
21
19.5/520
B12
Oil
N/A
400
600
V90Z6450
CWI
475
0.8
C
O
1
3.5
5.5
21
19.5/520
B12
Oil
N/A
1000
120/208/240/277
V90D6514
M47
CWA 1080
9/5.2/4.5/3.9
D/A/A/A
H
2
2.8
4.80
21
24/480
B12
Oil
N/A
1000
120/277/347
V90J6514
M47
CWA 1080
9/3.9/3.15
D/B/A
M
2
2.9
4.95
21.5
24/480
B12
Oil
N/A
1000
480/120T
V90Y6514T M47
CWA 1080
2.25
C
V1
2
2.82
4.85
21
24/480
B12
Oil
N/A
1000
120/240
M47
CWI
1100
10/5
F/F
W
2
4.5
6
31
24/480
B12
Oil
N/A
1000
208
V90P6550T M47
CWI
1100
5.7
C
P
2
4.5
6
31
24/480
B12
Oil
N/A
1100
N/A
V90E6550
ANSI Circuit Input
Code Type Watts
M59
Wiring
Diag. Fig.
Dimensions Total Wt.Capacitor Cap.
A (in) B (in) (lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap.
Type
Ign.
Fig.
1000
600
V90Z6550
M47
CWI
2
B
O
2
4.5
6
31
24/480
B12
Oil
1500
120/208/240/277
V90D6612
M48
CWA 1590
13.4/7.75/6.7/5.8
G/E/E/E
H
2
4.1
6.1
31
32/525
B14
Oil
N/A
1500
480
V90Y6612T M48
CWA 1590
3.4
E
V1
2
4.2
6.2
31
32/525
B14
Oil
N/A
1650
120/208/240
V90C6910 M112 CWA 1760
16/9.25/8
F/D/C
D
2
4.5
6.55
32.1 (2X) 32/570 B9
Oil
N/A
1650
277/347/480
V90AA6910 M112 CWA 1760
7/5.6/4
E/F/H
J
2
4.5
6.6
32.1 (2X) 32/570 B9
Oil
N/A
2000
480
V90Y6810 M134 CWA 2140
4.5
E
A
2
6
8.2
Oil
G/Max.Dist.12ft
44
44/510
B10
4.75" (121 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
2 CWA/CWI - 4x6 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
6.00"
(152 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
4.375"
(111 mm)
5.375"(136 mm)
4.37" (111 mm)
A B
A B
Options
Ballasts
1 CWA/CWI- 4x4 Core
Add Suffix for Options:
C - With Capacitor (Standard)
K - With Capacitor and Bracket Kit
B - With Welded Bracket, No Cap
Ballast Bracket and Kit Figures
are located on Page #104
Capacitor and Ignitor Figures
are located on Page #103
Wiring Diagrams are located on Page #76
Product
Index
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Information
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Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
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Selection
Guide
Applications
Watts
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STANDARD M E TA L H A L I D E L I G H T I N G S Y S T E M S
X3
BLK/WHT
IGNITOR
D
RED
CAP
208V PURPLE
120V ORANGE
WHITE
J
RED
BLACK
LAMP
LAMP
BLACK/WHITE
W
RED
120V ORANGE
EMERGENCY
LAMP
WHITE
COMMON
RED
BLACK/WHITE
COMMON
BLACK
ORANGE
TAN/BLACK
RED
WHITE
COMMON
BLACK
RED
CAP
120V ORANGE
EMERGENCY
LAMP
European
Product
WHITE
COMMON
Technical
Information
Product
Index
BLACK/WHITE
WHITE
COMMON
LAMP
Additional
Ballasts
BLACK
WHITE
CAP
LAMP
BLACK
CAP
120V
TAN/BLACK
P
RED
RED
BLACK/WHITE
120V ORANGE
WHITE
COMMON
BLK/WHT
347V BLACK
277V TAN
277V PURPLE
CAP
V1
M
RED
347V TAN
120V
BLACK
BLACK/WHITE
CAP
208V
O
480V BLACK
CAP
240V
RED
CAP
ORANGE
BLACK/WHITE
WHITE
COMMON
COMMON
LAMP
WHITE
LAMP
277V BLACK
RED
BLACK/WHITE
CAP
240V
WHITE
COMMON
H
240V BLACK
OW
X2
Specialty
Lamps
BLACK/WHITE
LL
CAP
COMMON
Standard
Metal Halide
BLACK
LAMP
BLUE
B
RED
D
/RE
T
X1
WH
LAMP
BLACK
connection must be made to all ballasts to
avoid shock hazard, personal injury or damage
to the luminaire or installation. Ballast
installations and groundings should be made
in accordance with all applicable government
codes and regulations where required.
YE
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Systems
Selection
Guide
A
The wiring diagram is the blueprint for the
ballast circuitry, including the input supply
voltage and grounding methods. A ground
LAMP
Applications
Wiring diagrams for all Venture® standard
metal halide ballast products are provided on
this page. The ballast data tables indicate the
reference letter corresponding to the correct
diagram for each ballast product. Refer to the
table for the required ballast before
referencing any diagram.
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ADDITIONAL HID BALLASTS
High Pressure Sodium 60 Hz Ballasts 35 Watt to 150 Watt
Input
Voltage
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Watts
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Wiring
Dimensions Total Wt.Capacitor Cap.
Rise Code Diag. Fig. A (in) B (in) (lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap. Ign. Max.
Type Fig. Dist.(ft)
35
120
V90B1020
S76
R-NPF
45
1.1
A
U1
1
0.9
2.15
2
-
-
N/A
D
2
35
120
V90B1020C
S76
R-HPF
45
0.75
A
U1
1
0.9
2.15
2
16/120
A7
Dry
D
2
35
120/240
V90E1030
S76
HX-HPF
54
0.8/0.4
D/B
Z
3
0.67
2
4
4.5/280
B1
Oil
D
2
35
347
V90V1030
S76
HX-HPF
54
0.3
A
X
3
0.665
2
4
4.5/280
B1
Oil
D
2
50
120
V90B1120
S68
R-NPF
65
1.5
A
U1
1
1.15
2.35
2
-
-
N/A
D
2
50
120
V90B1120C
S68
R-HPF
65
1
A
U1
1
1.15
2.35
2
22.5/120
A2
Dry
D
2
50
120/240
V90E1131
S68
HX-HPF
76
1.2/0.6
F/E
Z
3
0.8
2.15
4
6/330
A5
Dry
D
2
50
347
V90V1131
S68
HX-HPF
75
0.4
D
X
3
0.8
2.15
4
6/330
A5
Dry
D
2
50
120/240
V90E1151
S68
CWI
73
0.65/0.35
A/A
V
3
1
2.25
5
17/190
B4
Oil
E
2
50
120/277
V90H1132
S68
HX-HPF
66
1
A
Q1
3
1
2.4
3.6
5/280
A1
Dry
D
5
70
120
V90B1222
S62
R-NPF
85
2.05
B
U1
2
1.29
2.20
3
-
-
N/A
D
2
70
120
V90B1222C
S62
R-HPF
85
1.25
B
U1
2
1.29
2.20
3
28/120
A3
Dry
D
2
70
120/208/240/277
V90D1233
S62
HX-HPF
90
1.5/0.85/0.75/0.65
A/A/A/A
Y
3
1.5
2.95
4.6
7/280
A5
Dry
D
5
70
120/277/347
V90J1232
S62
HX-HPF
91
1.5/0.65/0.55
D/D/D
A1
3
1.1
2.5
4
7/280
A5
Dry
D
2
70
120/240
V90E1250
S62
CWI
83
0.75/0.4
A/A
V
3
2.15
3.5
8
30/150
A2
Dry
E
2
70
120/240
V90E1252
S62
CWI
96
0.85/0.4
A/A
U
3
1.65
3.25
6
24/180
A2
Dry
E
2
70
600
V90Z1252
S62
CWI
96
0.15
A
N
3
1.65
3.25
6
24/180
A2
Dry
E
2
100
120
V90B1322
S54
R-NPF
118
2.85
E
U1
3
1.48
2.75
3
-
-
N/A
D
2
100
120
V90B1322C
S54
R-HPF
118
1.8
E
U1
3
1.48
2.75
3
40/120
A3
Dry
D
2
100
120/277/347
V90J1332
S54
HX-HPF
127
1.9/0.85/0.65
C/C/C
A1
3
2.32
3.7
8
9/330
A5
Dry
D
2
100
600
V90Z1352
S54
CWI
132
0.25
D
N
3
2.15
3.15
8
35/180
A2
Dry
E
5
2
100
120/240
V90E1350
S54
CWI
121
1.1/0.55
A/A
V
3
2.5
3.9
9
42/150
A3
Dry
E
100
120/208/240/277
V90D1333
S54
HX-HPF
126
2.2/1.25/1.1/0.85
A/A/A/A
Y
3
2
3.45
5.9
10/280
A6
Dry
D
5
100
120/208/240
V90C1353
S54
CWI
130
1.15/0.70/0.60
B/AA
T
3
2.15
3.5
6.7
35/180
A2
Dry
E
5
150
120/208/240/277
V90D1435
S55
HX-HPF
Y
3
2.5
3.9
7.4
14/280
A1
Dry
D
5
150
120/208/240
V90C1454
S55
CWI
185
1.70/1.00/0.85
B/A/A
T
3
3.15
4.6
9.5
51/180
A4
Dry
E
10
150
120
V90B1422
S55
R-NPF
166
4.2
E
U1
2
2
2.95
4
-
-
N/A
D
2
150
120
V90B1422C
S55
R-HPF
166
2.35
E
U1
2
2
2.95
4
52/120
A4
Dry
D
2
150
120/277/347
V90J1434
S55
HX-HPF
195
3.2/1.4/1.1
D/B/C
A1
3
2.5
3.95
8
13.5/280
A1
Dry
D
2
150
347/120T
V90V1454T
S55
CWI
186
0.6
B
A2
3
3.15
4.6
11
51/180
A4
Dry
E
2
188 2.80/1.60/1.40/1.25 D/B/C/C
150
480
V90Y1454
S55
CWI
186
0.4
D
N
3
3.15
4.6
11
51/180
A4
Dry
E
2
150
600/120T
V90Z1454T
S55
CWI
186
0.35
C
A2
3
3.15
4.6
11
51/180
A4
Dry
E
2
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Ballasts
2.25"
(57mm)
1.88"
(48 mm)
1.5"
(38 mm)
2 Reactor– 7/8 in Core
2.625"
(67mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 6 BOLTS
2.188"
(56 mm)
1.75"
(45 mm)
2.189"
(56mm)
1.88"
(48mm)
A B
3 CWA/HX- 3x4 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR # 6 BOLTS
3.94" (100mm)
2.44"
(62 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #8 BOLTS
2.84"
(72 mm)
3.50" (89 mm)
A B
A B
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ADDITIONAL HID BALLASTS
High Pressure Sodium 60 Hz Ballasts 200 Watt to 1000 Watt
Input
Voltage
Product
No.
ANSI
Code
Circuit
Type
Input
Watts
200
347
V90V1650
S66
CWI
241
0.75
F
N
1
1.325
3.25
10
22.5/280
A2
Dry
E
2
200
120/240
V90E1650
S66
CWI
241
2.05/1.05
D/D
V
1
1.325
3.25
10
22.5/280
A2
Dry
E
2
250
120/208/240/277
V90D1711
S50
CWA
295
2.5/1.45/1.25/1.1
B/B/B/B
E
1
1.8
3.6
11
35/280
A2
Dry
D
2
250
120/277/347
V90J1711
S50
CWA
295
2.7/1.15/0.95
B/A/B
K
1
1.8
3.6
11
35/280
A2
Dry
D
2
250
480/120T
V90Y1711T
S50
CWA
305
0.65
B
S1
1
1.8
3.6
11
35/280
A2
Dry
D
2
250
120/240
V90E1750
S50
CWI
300
2.55/1.3
F/F
V
1
1.65
3.75
12
28/280
A3
Dry
E
2
250
600/347
V90AS1750
S50
CWI
300
0.5/0.9
C/E
Z1
1
1.65
3.75
12
28/330
A3
Dry
E
2
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Watts
Max. Line
Current
UL Coil Wiring
Dimensions Total Wt.Capacitor Cap.
Rise Code Diag. Fig. A (in) B (in) (lbs) (µfd/Vmin) Fig.
Cap. Ign. Max.
Type Fig. Dist.(ft)
400
120/240
V90E1950
S51
CWI
470
4.05/2.05
F/F
V
1
2.45
4.3
16
45/330
A4
Dry
E
2
400
208/120T
V90P1950T
S51
CWI
470
2.35
D
A2
1
2.45
4.25
16
45/330
A4
Dry
E
2
400
120/208/240/277
V90D1912
S51
CWA
460 3.80/2.20/1.90/1.70 C/C/D/C
E
1
2.3
4.15
14
55/240
A4
Dry
D
2
400
120/277/347
V90J1911
S51
CWA
460
3.80/1.70/1.3
C/C/D
K
1
2.3
4.2
14
55/240
A4
Dry
D
2
400
480/120T
V90Y1912T
S51
CWA
464
1
C
S1
1
2.6
4.45
15
55/240
A4
Dry
D
15
430
120/208/240
V90C2050
S145
CWI
492
4.55/2.65/2.25
600
120/208/277/480
V90D2111
S106
CWA
695 5.85/3.25/2.95/2.55
600
120/208/240
V90C2150
S106
CWI
670
V90D2311
S52
CWA
1095 9.5/5.5/4.75/4.20
1000 120/208/240/277
6.0/3.5/3.0
B/B/A
T
1
2.6
4.5
15.7
45/330
A4
Dry
E
2
A/A/A/A
Y1
2
3.4
5.4
24.5
59/300
A14
Dry
?
20
B/A/A
T
2
3.4
5.5
24.8
52/320
A8
Dry
C
10
C/B/C/C
E
2
3.75
5.9
27.5
26/525
B12
Oil
F
2
1000
120/277/347
V90J2310
S52
CWA
1096
9.5/4.2/3.3
E/E/E
K
2
3.8
5.8
31
26/525
B12
Oil
F
2
1000
600
V90Z2353
S52
CWI
1095
1.9
A
N
2
5.5
7.45
40
22/560
B15
Oil
F
2
1000
480/120T
V90Y2311T
S52
CWA
1100
2.3
C
S1
2
3.9
5.9
29
26/525
B12
Oil
F
2
1000
120/240
V90E2353
S52
CWI
1095
9.5/4.75
B/B
V
2
5.5
7.45
40
22/560
B15
Oil
F
2
Ballasts
1 CWA/HX- 4x4 Core
4.75" (121 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
2 CWA/HX- 4x6 Core
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
6.00"
(152 mm)
HOLES CLEARED
FOR #10 BOLTS
4.25"
(108 mm)
3.87"
(98 mm)
4.375"
(111 mm)
5.375"(136 mm)
4.37" (111 mm)
Additional
Ballasts
A B
A B
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ADDITIONAL HID BALLASTS
BLACK
X3
IGNITOR
YE
LL
LL
WHITE
COMMON
RED
D
/RE
T
WH X1
BLACK
HT
BLK/W
IGNITOR
Specialty
Lamps
CAP
IGNITOR
WHITE
COMMON
LAMP
BLUE IGNITOR
X3
120V ORANGE
EMERGENCY
LAMP
BLK/WHT
BLK/WHT
CAP
WHITE
COMMON
Z1
WHITE
RED
ED
R
/
T
WH X1
BLACK
600V
B
L
IGNITOR
BLK/WHT
N
RED
ED
R
/
T
WH X1
BLUE
X3
BLK/WHT
IGNITOR
YELLOW
LAMP
RED
ED
T/R X1
WH
BLUE
TAN
347V
IGNITOR
X3
WHITE
COMMON
BLK/WHT
BLK/WHT
YE
LL
X2 OW
CAP
LAMP
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LAMP
BLACK
S1
RED
208V PURPLE
WHITE
COMMON
BLACK
347V
120V ORANGE
WHIT
E
CAP
WHITE COMMON
A2
277V BLACK
120V ORANGE
BLK/WHT
BLK/WHT
LAMP
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
WHITE
WHIT
E
240V TAN
BLACK
WH
BLUE
IGNITOR
X3
BLUE
IGNITOR
X3
OW
LL
YE X2
Y1
RED
RED
D
X1
E
T/R
RED
D
/RE
T
WH X1
HT
BLK/W
OW
LL 2
X
WHITE
COMMON
BLUE
OPTIONAL CAP
FOR HPF
ONLY
HT
BLK/W
WHITE
COMMON
OW
X2
ORANGE
120V
E
BLACK
E
LL
WHIT
BLACK
277V
ORANGE
120V
YE
WHITE
COMMON
IGNITOR
X3
OW
LL
YE X2
120V ORANGE
HT
IGNITOR
BLACK
240V
YE
OW
X2
BLK/W
BLUE
Q1
Z
X3
WHIT
WHITE
COMMON
RED
ED
T/R 1
H
W
X
277V TAN
HT
120V ORANGE
WHITE
347V BLACK
BLK/W
BLUE
LL
WHIT
E
240V TAN
208V PURPLE
YE
WHITE
RED
ED
T/R 1
H
X
W
277V BLACK
X3
IGNITOR
WHITE BLK/WHT BLK/WHT
COMMON
CAP
WHITE
COMMON
CAP
CAP
X3
X2 OW
OW
LL
YE X2
CAP
BLUE
Y
BLK/WHT
WH
BLUE
TAN/BLACK
LAMP
CAP
BLK/WHT
ORANGE
RED
ED
X1
T/R
LAMP
X2 OW
YELLOW
CAP
BLK/WHT
LAMP
Uni-Form®
Systems
WHITE
COMMON
240V
ORANGE
120V
BLACK
LAMP
BLUE
BLACK
V
LAMP
RED
ED
R
/
T
WH X1
BLACK
240V
LAMP
BLUE IGNITOR
X3
YE
LAMP
BLUE
X3
120V ORANGE
U
OW
LL
YE 2
X
Selection
Guide
RED
ED
/R
T
WH X1
X2
BLACK/WHITE CAPBLACK/WHITE
OW
W
240V BLACK
U1
LL
LO
CAP
IGNITOR
X3
WHITE
COMMON
208V PURPLE
A1
BLUE
LAMP
BLK/WHT BLK/WHT
WHITE
COMMON
X
IGNITOR
RED
ED
T/R
WH X1
BLACK
YE
L
YE
X2
CAP
T
X3
120V ORANGE
BLK/WHT
120V ORANGE
BLUE
N
LAMP
X3
277V TAN
RED
D
/RE
X1
LAMP
IGNITOR
T
WH
120V
ORANGE TAN/BLACK
BLUE
347V BLACK
OW
LL
YE 2
X
Applications
240V TAN
208V PURPLE
K
CAP
RED
D
/RE 1
X
T
WH
LAMP
277V BLACK
LAMP
E
YE
LL
X2 OW
CAP
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• Full range of metal halide lamps (50W - 2000W)
• High Performance Uni-Form® pulse start lamps for retail
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• White-Lux® Plus lamps for high pressure sodium retrofit
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the improved performance of Venture's exclusive
Uni-Form® formed body arc tube
• Energy efficient, low wattage Ceramic Metal Halide
lamps for quality interior décors
• Tubular and compact lamps available, including 70W &
150W lamps up to 90 CRI (RA)
• Large selection of control gear (35W - 3500W) for all
lamp types: metal halide, HPS, ceramic MH, mercury
vapor, low pressure sodium
• Multiple ignitors to choose from, including timed ignitors
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Part Product
Part Product
Watts Number Description
Watts Number Description
Lamps
Lamps
Ceramic Metal Halide
Single and Double Ended
35
00017 CMH 35/TC/UVS/U/3K/G8.5
70
52983 HIT 70W/G12/UVS/4K
35
00019 CMH 35/T/UVS/U/3K/G12
70
12108 HIT 70W/G12/UVS/3K
70
00018 CMH 70/TC/UVS/U/3K/G8.5
70
60248 MH-DE 70W/UVS/4K
70
00020 CMH 70/T/UVS/U/3K/G12
70
16786 MH-DE 70W/UVS/3K
70
00029 CMH 70/TD/UVS/3K/RX7s
70
79470 MH-DE 70W/UVS/FS/6K
70
00021 CMH 70/T/UVS/U/4K/G12
150 25779 HIT 150W/G12/UVS/4K
70
00027 CMH 70/TD/UVS/4K/RX7s
150 12106 HIT 150W/G12/UVS/3K
150 00022 CMH 150/T/UVS/U/3K/G12
150 26786 HIT 150W/G12/UVS/GDX
150 00030 CMH 150/TD/UVS/3K/RX7s
150 84684 HIT 150W/G12/UVS/BDX
150 00023 CMH 150/T/UVS/U/4K/G12
150 74756 MH-DE 150W/UVS/4K
150 00028 CMH 150/TD/UVS/4K/RX7s
150 11295 MH-DE 150W/UVS/3K
Low Wattage White-Lux® Plus
150 29963 MH-DE 150W/UVS/FS/6K
50
67331 HIE 50W/U/LU/4K
150 33496 MH-DE 150W/UVS/BDX
70
27373 HIE 70W/U/LU/4K
150 33851 MH-DE 150W/UVS/GDX
70
63173 HIE 70W/C/U/LU/4K
250 84727 MH-DE 250W/3K/Fc2
70
23660 HIE 70W/U/LU/3K
250 72748 MH-DE 250W/4K/Fc2
70
96720 HIE 70W/C/U/LU/3K
Euro Metal Halide
70
52910 HIPE 70W/C/U/LU/UVS/3K
125 97765 HIE 125W/C/HBU/4K
70
48692 HIPE 70W/C/V/LU/UVS/27K
125 59372 HIE 125W/C/HBD/4K
70
10002 HIPE 70W/U/LU/UVS/4K
175 84971 HIE 175W/U/E54/EURO/4K
70
10003 HIPE 70W/C/U/LU/UVS/4K
175 24729 HIE 175W/C/U/E54/EURO/4K
70
10101 HIPE 70W/U/LU/UVS/4K KIT
175 36279 HIE 175W/U/EURO/4K
70
10102 HIPE 70W/C/U/LU/UVS/4K KIT
175 40698 HIE 175W/C/U/EURO/4K
100 50340 HIE 100W/U/LU/4K
250 81203 HIE 250W/BU/EURO/4K
100 19031 HIE 100W/C/U/LU/4K
250 81202 HIE 250W/C/BU/EURO/4K
100 79457 HIE 100W/U/LU/3K
250 88246 HIE 250W/U/EURO/4K
100 45157 HIE 100W/C/U/LU/3K
250 21303 HIE 250W/C/U/EURO/4K
100 82539 HIPE 100W/U/LU/UVS/3K
250 33950 HIT 250W/U/EURO/4K
100 65850 HIPE 100W/C/U/LU/UVS/3K
250 57712 HIT 250W/HOR/EURO/4K
100 39468 HIPE 100W/C/V/LU/UVS/27K
400 33544 HIE 400W/BU/EURO/4K
100 10004 HIPE 100W/U/LU/UVS/4K
400 31545 HIE 400W/C/BU/EURO/4K
100 10005 HIPE 100W/C/U/LU/UVS/4K
400 63958 HIE 400W/C/HOR/EURO/4K
100 10050 HIPE 100W/U/LU/E90/UVS/4K
400 20137 HIE 400W/U/EURO/4K
150 30544 HIE 150W/U/LU/4K
400 58122 HIE 400W/C/U/E90/EURO/4K
150 40563 HIE 150W/C/U/LU/4K
400 88787 HIE 400W/C/U/EURO/4K
150 69876 HIE 150W/C/U/LU/3K
400 99441 HIPE 400W/BU/EURO/4K
150 22822 HIPE 150W/U/LU/UVS/3K
400 94102 HIPE 400W/C/BU/EURO/4K
150 22833 HIPE 150W/C/U/LU/UVS/3K
400 25830 HIT 400W/U/EURO/4K
150 41700 HIPE 150W/C/V/LU/UVS/27K
400 88410 HIT 400W/HOR/EURO/4K
150 10051 HIPE 150W/U/LU/E90/UVS/4K
CWA Metal Halide
150 10082 HIPE 150W/C/U/LU/E90/UVS/4K 175 84971 HIE 175W/U/E54/EURO/4K
150 10006 HIPE 150W/U/LU/UVS/4K
175 24729 HIE 175W/C/U/E54/EURO/4K
150 10007 HIPE 150W/C/U/LU/UVS/4K
175 36279 HIE 175W/U/EURO/4K
White-Lux Plus
175 40698 HIE 175W/C/U/EURO/4K
70
13742 HIT 70W/U/LU/4K
250 81203 HIE 250W/BU/EURO/4K
100 76738 HIT 100W/U/LU/T38/4K
250 81202 HIE 250W/C/BU/EURO/4K
100 87368 HIT 100W/U/LU/T46/4K
250 88246 HIE 250W/U/EURO/4K
150 62272 HIT 150W/U/LU/T38/4K
250 21303 HIE 250W/C/U/EURO/4K
150 71144 HIT 150W/U/LU/T46/4K
250 57712 HIT 250W/HOR/EURO/4K
250 31668 HIE 250W/BU/LU/4K
400 33544 HIE 400W/BU/EURO/4K
250 56266 HIE 250W/C/BU/LU/4K
400 31545 HIE 400W/C/BU/EURO/4K
250 43634 HIE 250W/C/H75/LU/4K
400 63958 HIE 400W/C/HOR/EURO/4K
250 10016 HIPE 250W/HBU/LU/UVS/4K
400 20137 HIE 400W/U/EURO/4K
250 10076 HIPE 250W/C/HBU/LU/UVS/4K
400 58122 HIE 400W/C/U/E90/EURO/4K
250 48768 HIT 250W/U/LU/4K
400 88787 HIE 400W/C/U/EURO/4K
250 10855 HIT 250W/U/LU/5K
400 99441 HIPE 400W/BU/EURO/4K
400 54695 HIE 400W/C/BU/LU/4K
400 94102 HIPE 400W/C/BU/EURO/4K
400 68110 HIE 400W/C/H75/LU/4K
400 88410 HIT 400W/HOR/EURO/4K
400 60112 HIPE 400W/BU/LU/4K
1000 46109 HIE 1000W/U/4K
400 10077 HIPE 400W/BU/LU/UVS/4K
1000 12175 HIE 1000W/C/U/4K
400 10043 HIPE 400W/C/BU/LU/UVS/4K
1000 46423 HIE 1000W/U/BT120/4K
400 42067 HIPE 400W/C/V/LU/UVS/HO/4K
1500 18360 MH 1500W/HBU
400 54918 HIPE 400W/V/LU/UVS/HO/4K
Energy Saving Uni-Form Pulse Start
400 98748 HIT 400W/U/LU/4K
200 88247 HIE 200W/U/PS/4K
400 21044 HIT 400W/U/LU/5K
200 10058 HIE 200W/C/U/PS/4K
600 54631 HIT 600W/U/LU/4K
200 10067 HIPE 200W/V/UVS/PS/4K
1000 83265 HIT 1000W/U/LU/4K
200 10059 HIPE 200W/C/V/UVS/PS/4K
White-Lux City
320 40904 HIPE 320W/C/V/PS/4K
250 63736 HIT 250W/H75/WLC/UVS/35K
350 20138 HIE 350W/V/PS/4K
400 97731 HIT 400W/H75/WLC/UVS/35K
350 10056 HIE 350W/C/V/PS/4K
Tubular Metal Halide
350 96307 HIE 350W/H75/PS/4K
70
13742 HIT 70W/U/LU/4K
350 10068 HIPE 350W/V/UVS/PS/4K
100 76738 HIT 100W/U/LU/T38/4K
350 10057 HIPE 350W/C/V/UVS/PS/4K
100 87368 HIT 100W/U/LU/T46/4K
450 10070 HIE 450W/BU/PS/4K
150 62272 HIT 150W/U/LU/T38/4K
450 10071 HIE 450W/C/BU/PS/4K
150 71144 HIT 150W/U/LU/T46/4K
450 47224 HIPE 450W/V/UVS/PS/4K
250 48768 HIT 250W/U/LU/4K
450 74517 HIPE 450W/C/V/UVS/PS/4K
250 10855 HIT 250W/U/LU/5K
250 33950 HIT 250W/U/EURO/4K
250 57712 HIT 250W/HOR/EURO/4K
400 98748 HIT 400W/U/LU/4K
400 21044 HIT 400W/U/LU/5K
400 25830 HIT 400W/U/EURO/4K
400 88410 HIT 400W/HOR/EURO/4K
Part Product
Watts Number Description
Lamps
High Performance Uni-Form Pulse Start
250 18980 HIE 250W/BU/PS/4K
250 61513 HIE 250W/C/BU/PS/4K
250 91947 HIE 250W/C/H75/PS/4K
250 10014 HIPE 250W/V/UVS/PS/4K
250 10008 HIPE 250W/BU/UVS/PS/4K
400 92008 HIE 400W/BU/PS/4K
400 60444 HIE 400W/C/BU/PS/4K
400 68592 HIE 400W/C/H75/PS/4K
400 10015 HIPE 400W/BU/UVS/PS/4K
400 10041 HIPE 400W/C/BU/PS/4K
High Wattage Double Ended
1000 22417 MBIL S 1000W
1500 22151 MBIL S 1500W
2000 22132 MBIL S 2000W
2000 84203 MH-TS 2000W/L/K12/4K
Designer Color®
150 33496 MH-DE 150W/UVS/BDX
150 33851 MH-DE 150W/UVS/GDX
150 33051 HIE 150W/U/BDX
150 33520 HIE 150W/U/GDX
150 84684 HIT 150W/G12/UVS/BDX
150 26786 HIT 150W/G12/UVS/GDX
250 22486 MH 250W/U/BDX
250 23498 MH 250W/U/GDX
400 22187 MH 400W/U/BDX
400 33565 MH 400W/U/GDX
400 88342 HIT 400W/U/BDX
400 64930 HIT 400W/U/GDX
400 97354 HIT 400W/U/PDX
1000 22365 MH 1000W/U/PDX
1000 47197 MH 1000W/U/GDX
1000 89896 MH 1000W/U/BDX
Natural White™
375 53613 HIPE 375W/BU/UVS/PS/950
Part
Input
Watts Number
Voltage
Ballasts / Control Gear 50 Hz
Low Wattage White-Lux Plus
50
HSZ05322221 220/230/240/250V
50
HSP05223221 230/240V
50/70 HSZ57223221 230/240V
70
HSZ07322221 220/230/240/250
70
HSP07223221 230/240
100
HSZ10322221 220/230/240/250
100
HSP10223221 230/240
150
HSZ16322221 220/230/240/250
150
HSP15223221 230/240
White-Lux Plus
250
JDV26322221
220/230/240/250
250
HSP25223221 230/240
400
JAV41322221
220/230/240/250
400
HSP40223221 230/240
1000 HDV003212
210/220/230/240
Single and Double Ended
70
HSZ07322221 220/230/240/250
70
HSP07223221 230/240
70
HSZ57223221 230/240
150
HSZ16322221 220/230/240/250
150
HSP15223221 230/240
250
JDV26322221
220/230/240/250
250
HSP25223221 230/240
Euro Metal Halide
125
MP128K22245 220/230/240
125
MP127K232
230/240
175
HMZ17822245 220/230/240
250
HMZ25322245 220/230/240
250
HMP25223221 230/240
400
JHV413222B3 220/230/240
400
HMZ40322245 220/230/240
400
JHV41322245 220/230/240
400
HMP40223221 230/240
Energy Saving Uni-Form Pulse Start
200
HMP20223221 230/240
350
HMP35223221 230/240
High Performance Uni-Form Pulse Start
250
HMZ25322245 220/230/240
250
HMP25223221 230/240
400
JHV413222B3 220/230/240
400
JHV41322245 220/230/240
400
HMP40223221 230/240
450
HSP40223221 230/240
Part
Input
Watts Number
Voltage
Ballasts / Control Gear 50 Hz
Designer Color®
150
HSZ16322221 220/230/240/250
150
HSP15223221 230/240
400
JHV413222B3 220/230/240
400
HMZ40322245 220/230/240
400
HMP40223221 230/240
1000 YHB04024521 240
1000 HMM043383
380/400/415
High Wattage Double Ended
1000 YHB04024521 240
1000 HMM043383
380/400/415
1500 HMV022383
380/400/415
2000 HZV943383
380/400/415
PAR 38
70
HSZ07322221 220/230/240/250
70
HSP07223221 230/240
100
HSZ10322221 220/230/240/250
100
HSP10223221 230/240
Additional Metal Halide
35
DG03822221
220/230/240/250
35
HSP03723221 230/240
70
HSZ07322221 220/230/240/250
70
HSP07223221 230/240
100
HSP10223221 230/240
150
HSP15223221 230/240
250
HSP25223221 230/240
400
HSP40223221 230/240
2000 HMV91322245 220/230/240
2000 HMV943383
380/400/415
3500 2xHZV953383 380/400/415
CWA
175
SHW17822245 220/230/240
250
SHW25322245 220/230/240
400
SHW40322245 220/230/240
1000 YHB04024521 240
1000 HMM043383
380/400/415
1500 HMV022383
380/400/415
High Pressure Sodium
50
HSZ05322221 220/230/240/250
50
HSP05223221 230/240
50/70 HSZ57223221 230/240
70
HSZ07322221 220/230/240/250
70
AG073B222B3 220/230/240
70
HSP07223221 220/230
100
HSZ10322221 220/230/240/250
100
HSG10322221 220/230/240/250
100
HSP10223221 230/240
150
HSZ16322221 220/230/240/250
150
HSP15223221 230/240
250
JDV26322221
220/230/240/250
250
HSZ25322221 220/230/240/250
250
HDN26322221 220/230/240/250
250
HSP25223221 230/240
400
JAV41322221
220/230/240/250
400
HSV41322221 220/230/240/250
400
HSN41322221 220/230/240/250
400
HSP40223221 230/240
600
HAV602232
220/240
600
HAV60223221 220/240
600
HAV603222B3 220/230/240
600
HAV60322245 220/230/240
1000 HDV003212
210220/230/240
1000 HSV043383
380/400/415
Low Pressure Sodium
35
SG355B245
240
35
SZ355K245
240
35
RSF355245
240
55
SG355B245
240
55
SZ355K245
240
55
RSF355245
240
90
SG090B245
240
90
SZ090K245
240
90
RSL090245
240
135
RSA135245
240
135
SM138K222
220/230/240/250
180
SM138K222
220/230/240/250
Mercury
50
MZ053K22245 220/230/240
80
MZ083K22245 220/230/240
80
MG083K22245 220/230/240
80
MP082K232
230/240
125
MZ128K22245 220/230/240
125
MP127K232
240
250
HMZ25322245 220/230/240
250
HMP252232
240
400
HMZ40322245 220/230/240
400
HMP402232
230/240
1000 HMM043383
380/400/415
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Technical Section
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Designed to be better
Metal Halide Technical Intro
84
Explains metal halide benefits
Uni-Form Pulse Start Systems85
Standard
Metal Halide
®
Capacitors
87
Explains lamp lumen measurements
88
Additional
Ballasts
Explains CCT, CRI and spectral distribution
Designing for Low Light Levels 89
Discusses eye color sensitivity and light level
factors that affect lighting design
Proper Use of MH Lamps
92
Follow these guidelines for safe operation
and maximum design performance
Consider “rated life” and “economic life”
for group relamping in your lighting decisions
94
Venture’s protected lamps meet insurance
industry recommendations and requirements of the
2005 National Electrical Code® (NEC)
BALLASTS
Ballast Introduction and History 95
Explains the need for ballasts
Ballast Types
96
99
Identifies the function and operation
of the basic technologies
Ignitors
100
Ignitors optimize lamp starting and life
Remote Mounting
101
Summarizes maximum remote
ballast distances
Grounding & Wiring
102
These electrical requirements
assure safe ballast installation
Circuit Loading
102
Review open circuit, starting and operating
current and how they relate to proper
circuit loading
Agency Certification
102
Introduction
Venture Lighting makes both lamps and ballasts.
The company supports industry standards;
however, Venture understands their limitations.
Venture optimizes its lamps and ballasts for
peak system performance that goes beyond the
standards. This is reflected in Venture’s warranty
policy when Venture lamps and ballasts are
used together. This technical reference provides
information on Venture Lighting’s lamps and
ballasts.
Consensus standards among lamp and ballast
manufacturers assure compatibility of various
lighting components. In North America, ANSI
codes are used. IEC codes are codes used
internationally. These codes assure that lamps
and components from different manufacturers
work together. They describe lamp dimensions
as well as thermal and electrical requirements.
These are the recognized certification marks for the
U.S. and Canada
Ignitor & Capacitor Figures
Bulb and Base Comparison
Bracket Figures
Glossary
103
103
104
105
Compare ballast functions and
available circuit types
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Lamp Life & Group Relamping 93
Open-rated Lamps
99
Explains HID system starting characteristics
LAMPS
Light Color
98
Review the significant ballast design
variables that affect specifications
Lamp Starting
Explains benefits and features of Uni-Form
lamps and Opti-Wave® ballasts
Light Output
Ballast Performance
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Introduction
The Metal Halide Advantage
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Characteristics
Applications
The unique characteristics of metal halide lighting
provide high performance such as:
Better Light Quality
The output of metal halide lamps is closer to
natural sunlight than most other light sources.
People prefer white light because of better visual
acuity, even at lower light levels.
Product
Index
MH vs. Incandescent
A 100 watt metal halide lamp provides five times
the lumen output of a 100 watt incandescent
lamp, and will last 20 times longer. Although
incandescent has a low initial lamp cost, metal
halide has a lower total operating cost over life.
Compact Size
Metal halide lamps generate high light levels from
a compact light source. This allows for smaller,
more controllable luminaires.
Versatility
Metal halide lamps are relatively unaffected by
ambient temperature and are equally suited for
indoor or outdoor use. Extensive style and wattage
options allow for many applications.
High Efficiency
Metal halide lamps generate 65-115 lumens per
watt, more than incandescent, fluorescent or
mercury vapor lamps. (see chart at right)
Five times more efficient
than incandescent
LUMENS PER WATT
WHITE LIGHT SOURCES
MH vs. Mercury Vapor
Mercury vapor lamps have long life, but are not as
energy efficient as metal halide, producing only
35-58 lumens per watt. Their limited blue-green
light spectrum has a lower CRI than metal halide.
Metal Halide 65-115
Fluorescent 30-98
Mercury 35-58
Positive Environmental Impact
Since metal halide lamps deliver light more
efficiently than incandescent, widespread
acceptance of the technology has a positive
effect on air quality and the environmental waste
stream. Lower electrical power generating
requirements means less air pollution. Efficient
long-life systems mean less landfill waste.
White HPS 40-47
Incandescent 15-35
0
Metal halide generates light closer to sunlight
than any other HID light source.
A more efficient light source also
means less waste.
MH vs. Fluorescent
Fluorescent lamps are difficult to direct because of
their larger size. One 100 watt metal halide lamp
produces the same light as three 48” high output
T8 fluorescent lamps. Metal halide lamps also
tolerate a wider operating temperature range.
Fluorescents are often limited to temperaturecontrolled indoor applications: T8 fluorescent
lamps perform optimally at approximately 77°F
(25°C), degrading measurably as temperature
varies. T5 lamps perform similarly, but peak at
95°F (35°C).
Wider Range of Applications
Specifiers can now select from a broad variety
of lamp types and wattages to suit almost any
application. Metal halide lighting is used today
indoors and out, for industrial, commercial, retail
and municipal spaces. Popular for sports
facilities, and site lighting, it is increasingly found
in supermarkets, big box retail, offices and lobbies.
Excellent Color Rendering
Metal halide lamps offer excellent color rendering,
with a 65-90+ CRI (color rendering index).
Technical
Information
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Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Long Life
Metal halide lamps have an average life of
15,000-20,000++ hours, more than ten times that
of incandescent lamps.
Technology
Goes Head-toHead
MH vs. HPS
While HPS lamps offer long life, they do not deliver
the same light quality as metal halide. Because of
their dominant sodium content, HPS lamps yield
strong yellow light (2200K) and have a very poor
CRI of 20-25. The full spectrum light of metal
halide lamps has a much higher CRI.
20
40
60
80
100
120
The Most Advanced Technology
A major advancement in metal halide lighting was
the introduction of Venture’s revolutionary
Uni-Form® pulse start system. This second generation
technology holds the future for metal halide.
Uni-Form systems offer up to 50% more lumens
per system watt than do standard metal halide
lamps and ballasts. Its capabilities continue to
improve. Recently, Venture became the only
manufacturer to offer Uni-Form lamps optimized
for horizontal-only operation. Venture’s high
wattage e-Lamp™ product, designed for operation
on high frequency electronic ballasts with built-in
dimming down to 50% power, is another unique
new high performance product. Future
developments will soon bring better lumen
maintenance and even more wattage options
for specifiers.
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Uni-Form Pulse Start Technical Information
Introduction
®
UNI-FORM® PULSE START
LAMP TECHNOLOGY
HIGH PERFORMANCE
DESIGN
HIGH PERFORMANCE
RESULTS
Uni-Form lamps provide superior performance
compared to standard metal halide lamps. The
specific benefits are higher efficacy, better color
uniformity, faster warm-up, improved lumen
maintenance and longer life. It all takes place
in Venture’s revolutionary formed-body arc tube.
Formed-Body Arc Tube
The shape of Venture’s formed-body quartz arc
tube follows the actual curve of the arc stream,
preventing uneven temperatures in the arc tube
surface. This significantly
improved thermal
performance allows more
halides to be pulled into
the arc and more light to
be emitted.
Superior Lumen Maintenance
Uni-Form system lumen output does not decay as
rapidly over life as standard metal halide. Mean
lumens improve dramatically, up to 50% higher,
with lamps operating on Venture’s Opti-Wave low
current crest factor ballasts.
Tipless
Arc Design
Probe Start
Arc Tube
Starter Electrode
Pinch Fin
Electrode
Exhaust Tip
Electrode
Pinch Fin
One key to superior lamp performance is heat
management. In standard arc tubes, uneven
heating prevented optimum arc enhancement.
Venture created an exclusive, tipless formed-body
arc tube, sculpted to follow the actual curve of the
arc stream. The shape creates a more uniform
temperature profile. Higher temperatures draw
more halides into the stream, resulting in more
light generated. Venture’s unique sculpting
process also molds each arc tube for improved
color uniformity.
SYSTEM SOLUTIONS
Venture’s pulse start system technology, actualized
in Uni-Form lamps and Opti-Wave® ballasts,
represents advancement as important as the
invention of the metal halide lamp. Every change in
arc tube design, lamp construction and the ballast
enhances overall system performance. This metal
halide focus allows us to offer a vast array of
integrated packages, providing optimum lighting
efficacy and quality for virtually any application.
Tipless Arc Tube
The exhaust tip on standard arc
tubes creates a cold spot which
degrades arc tube performance. The exclusive
tipless design ensures a totally uniform arc tube
shape, improving efficacy and color uniformity.
High Voltage Pulse Ignition
High voltage pulse starting eliminates the starter
electrode, bi-metal switch and resistor of standard
probe start lamps. It also provides quicker
breakdown of gases; so starting (cold and hot)
is faster.
55,000
Uni-Form®
MS 450W/V/PS
45,000
Uni-Form®
MS 350W/V/PS
450W/V/PS
35,000
Uni-Form®
MS 320W/V/ED37/PS
450W/V/PS
25,000
MH 400W/U
15,000
5,000
20,000
15,000
Longer Life
Uni-Form systems offer up to 50% longer lamp life
along with improved lumen maintenance. This
directly benefits end-users by reducing lifetime
operating costs. While 50% of standard metal
halide lamps survive at the end of their rated life,
70% of Uni-Form lamps will still be operating.
Standard
Higher Fill Pressure
Venture’s formed-body design and pulse ignition
support a higher fill gas level that helps to reduce
wall blackening caused by tungsten sputtering
from the electrodes during starting.
Weldless Arc Tube Mount
Venture’s nearly unbreakable, patented weldless
construction is stronger than standard welded
mounts.
10,000
Hours of Operation
Uni-Form
Advantage
Hours
10,000
15,000
20,000
Opti-Wave Ballasts
The lower current crest factor in the electrical
output of Venture’s ballasts improves lamp lumen
maintenance. Ballast energy losses are reduced by
as much as 50% compared to
standard CWA ballasts,
and ballast noise levels
are significantly reduced.
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Arc Chamber
Reduced Pinch
Seals
The large pinch fins on
standard metal halide arc
tubes radiate heat.
Reducing the quartz mass in
the arc tube helps in
producing a more uniform
thermal profile which results in
greater lamp efficacy.
Lumen Maintenance Comparison
Lamp Lumens
Selection
Guide
Applications
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
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Uni-Form Pulse Start Technical Information
Introduction
®
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Applications
Color Uniformity
Lamp-to-lamp color variations occur due to arc
tube temperature differences and poor power
regulation. Venture minimizes variation through
consistent thermal characteristics in every arc tube
and better power control from Venture’s ballasts.
THE BOTTOM LINE IS
MORE LIGHT FOR
LESS ENERGY.
Improved Lamp Power Control
The well regulated output power of Venture’s
ballasts improves color uniformity and lumen
maintenance.
Uni-Form® pulse start technology
exceeds expectations.
More light for less energy makes Uni-Form the
most logical lighting choice for designers and
corporate energy managers seeking to drastically
cut power bills. Compared to standard metal
halide, Venture’s revolutionary system offers up to
50% improvement in system mean lumens per
watt. In practical applications, the higher efficiency
can translate into a savings of more than 100 watts
per luminaire! And that savings is achieved while
still producing the same, or more, high quality light.
Lamp Wattage Regulation
440
Color Uniformity
420
Color Variation in Kelvin
Uni-Form®
Systems
400
Opti-Wave®
+200
Standard Metal Halide
380
+100
0
Uni-Form® Systems
360
340
-200
120
130
140
150
160
Lamp Voltage
-300
-400
4,000
8,000
12,000
16,000
Quieter Operation
Venture’s Opti-Wave ballasts run at least 25%
quieter than comparable CWA ballasts due to
non-saturation of the core.
20,000
Hours of Operation
Opti-Wave® Ballast For
Improved Performance
The Venture® Opti-Wave family sets the
Gold Standard in ballast performance with
an optimized current wave form. To maximize your
pulse start metal halide system, specify
Opti-Wave multi-tap or power saving Opti-Wave
277V ballasts.
Better Cold Starting
Uni-Form technology offers more
reliable starting at extreme
temperatures, down to -40°C (-40°F).
It’s perfect for winter weather or
warehouse freezer
Standard
conditions.
-30 C
Current Waveforms
Uni-Form
6
Advantage -40 C
40
35
30
25
20
320W
320W
Opti-Wave CWA
350W
350W
Opti-Wave CWA
450W
Opti-Wave
450W
CWA
Opti-Wave®
2
(A)
Faster Warm-Up/Restrike
Combining Venture’s exclusive formed-body arc
tube and ignitor starting with Venture’s low current
crest factor ballasts, provides faster initial warm-up
and hot restrike in up to 60% less time.
Ballast Noise Levels
45
Ballast Type
4
Current
Additional
Ballasts
Standard CWA
-100
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
+300
Lamp Power
Selection
Guide
+400
0
-2
-4
Standard CWA
-6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Time
Uni-Form
Product
Index
Restrike
Warm Up
utes2
Time in Min
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
28
29
30
0
Standard
Power Level
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Information
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23
27
Ceramic
with Opti~Wave®
Ballasts
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Lamp Technical Info
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Many factors affect the performance of metal
halide lamps over time. Most of these factors
(see table) are controllable in the design of the
lighting system. Incorporating as many of the
optimized conditions as possible will deliver the
best performance from any given metal halide
lighting system. More light reducing conditions
present in the design of the lighting system create
a gap between published “optimized” ratings
and actual lighting system performance - the
greater the light reducing conditions, the greater
the gap.
System Performance Factors
in Lighting Design
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Optimized Conditions Light-Reducing
Conditions
Pulse start lamps
Standard (probe start )
lamps
Vertical
operating position
Horizontal or off-vertical
operating positions
Operating cycles
> 10 hours
Short operating cycles
<10 hours
Low current crest
factor (CCF) ballasts
High CCF
ballasts
Clear lamps
Coated lamps
UV-blocking lamps
Non-UV-blocking lamps
Open
rated lamps
Enclosed
rated lamps
For example, Venture’s Uni-Form® lamp operated
on an a low current crest factor Opti-Wave® ballast
and other optimized conditions can be expected to
deliver mean lumens approaching 80%. In
contrast, a standard metal halide system operating
under light-reducing conditions may deliver only
50% lumen maintenance. Venture Lighting
publishes “optimized mean lumens.”
Range of Metal Halide Lumen Maintenance
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
% Lumens
Lumen maintenance curves represent the lamp
manufacturer’s estimate of the best lamp lumen
output plotted over time. Typically, each group of
lamps tested will display a range or scatter of
lumen maintenance values at each interval
measured. Therefore, individual lamps may
vary from published mean lumen ratings.
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Even within the Uni-Form system, you can expect
a range of lumen maintenance from 70% to 80%.
(see chart below) Performance will vary depending
on the number of light-reducing conditions
present. By selecting a Uni-Form lamp, a low
current crest factor Opti-Wave ballast and
optimizing the system conditions, significant
improvements in lighting system performance
can be achieved.
Uni-Form® Pulse Start Lumen Maintenance
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
% Life
All ratings based on the use of a 9000 lumen rated 100 watt metal halide, vertically oriented lamp
in a commercially available 8" aperature, black baffled downlight.
9000 HOURS
(60% life)
OPEN
83.2 FC
ENCLOSED
80.7 FC
(3% less light)
OPEN
62.4 FC
ENCLOSED
52.7 FC
(16% less light)
Product
Index
Technical
Information
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Light Output: Open Luminaire vs. Enclosed Luminaire
100 HOURS
100
% Life
% Lumens
The lumen output values at specific hours of lamp
life can be measured and plotted. This lumen
maintenance (or lumen depreciation) curve
contains important data for lighting designers.
Though initial lumen ratings at 100 hours are
frequently the basis for comparing light sources,
mean lumens, determined at 40% of rated lamp
life, are the most important. Mean lumen ratings
are based on lamp operation of 10 hours per start
(except where noted). Lamp lumens are measured
on a reference ballast in the designed operating
position at the rated lamp wattage.
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Light Output
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Lamp Technical Info
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Color
Applications
The “color” of light sources is derived from a
complicated relationship derived from a number of
different measurements, including correlated color
temperature (CCT), color rendering index (CRI), and
spectral distribution. In general, color is most
accurately described by a combination of CCT
and CRI.
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Correlated Color Temperature
(CCT)
The first factor in choosing a lamp color is the
correlated color temperature. For example, if
a retailer wants lighting to blend in with warm
halogen accent lamps, the retailer may choose a
Venture® MP 100W/C/U/3K, which has a correlated
color temperature of 3200K. CCT is defined as
the absolute temperature (expressed in degrees
Kelvin) of a theoretical black body whose
chromaticity most nearly resembles that of the
light source. The CCT rating is an indication of
how “warm” or “cool” the light source appears.
The higher the number, the cooler the lamp color
will appear. The lower the number, the warmer the
lamp color will appear.
Standard
Metal Halide
Spectral Energy Distribution
When we look at a light source, the eye
“perceives” a single color. In reality, we are seeing
literally thousands of colors and hues made up of
a combination of different wavelengths of light.
These different combinations and the relative
intensity of various wavelengths of light are used
to determine the CCT and CRI of a light source.
Color Rendering Index (CRI or Ra)
In general, CRI is a numeric indication of a lamp’s
ability to render individual colors accurately
relative to a standard. The CRI value is derived
from a comparison of the lamp’s spectral
distribution to the standard (e.g. a black body or
the daytime sky) at the same color temperature.
Different Colors
Venture Lighting offers lamps in many colors to
suit virtually any lighting application. Outlined
below are the various color temperatures (CCT)
currently available:
27K 2700K - Used as a replacement for very
warm incandescent lamps (coated only)
3K 3000K-3200K - Used as a general warm,
white light source, available in clear or
coated finish for retail or interior applications;
blends with halogen lamps
4K
3700K-4000K - Used as a neutral white light
source, available in clear or coated finish
for general lighting, factories, parking lots,
warehouses
5K
5000K - A moderately high CCT
daylight source used in general and retail
lighting applications
6K
6500K - A high CCT daylight source used to
simulate average outdoor light conditions
10K 10,000K - A very high CCT, daylight light
source, used in horticulture and aquarium
applications
High CRI vs. High CCT
High CRI does not necessarily equal high CCT,
and should not be the only deciding factor in light
source selection since light sources with high CRI
do not always render colors satisfactorily. For
example, when comparing a light source with low
CRI at a high illuminance level with another light
source that has high CRI but at a low illuminance
level, the respective value of CRI means very little
in terms of accurately identifying colors. In many
instances, the personal preference of the
consumer is even more important than the
specific CRI level.
By definition, a standard 2700K incandescent bulb
has a CRI of 100 even though its light output
is predominantly yellow. This is because the
incandescent lamp is utilized as the reference
standard for determining the CRI of most light
sources. However, for lamps with color
temperatures of at least 5000K, the reference
standard is daylight. For example Venture’s
Natural White™ metal halide lamp at 5000K has
a CRI of 91-92. even though it looks much whiter
than the incandescent lamp.
Compare the Spectrums
100
TYPICAL SPECTRAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTION
90
4000K METAL HALIDE LAMP
80
100
Uni-Form Natural White™
70
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
300
8000
6500K
7500
Natural White™ Metal Halide
7000
Cool White Fluorescent
6500
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
750
800
6000
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Technical
Information
CCT
5500
5000K
Relative Power (%)
Daylight Metal Halide
80
60
50
40
30
20
10
4200K
0
393
443
493
543
Standard Metal Halide
4000K
100
5000
Warm (3K) Metal Halide
90
80
4500
3200K
4000
Halogen
3500
3000K
593
Wavelength (nm)
693
743
Natural Sunlight at 5000K
60
50
40
30
3000
Standard Incandescent
20
2500
2700K
10
2000
High Pressure Sodium
2200K
0
393
443
493
543
593
Wavelength (nm)
1500
Product
Index
643
70
Relative Power (%)
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As metal halide lamps age, chemical changes
occur causing shifts in color. Generally, standard
probe start lamps shift approximately twice as
much in CCT over life as do Uni-Form®
pulse start lamps.
Why Color Uniformity:
• Create a better atmosphere for customers
and employees! - Whiter, brighter light makes
people feel safer, more relaxed and more
productive
• See colors better! - Consistent color helps
improve color rendering
• Lighting all the same color appears
better maintained
Lighting Design for
Low Light Levels
Studies on nighttime visibility demonstrate
experimentally that the sensitivity of the human
eye to different colors of light at various light levels
determines the true, or effective, lumen output of a
lamp. Recent research shows that the color output
of the light source has a significant effect on
nighttime visibility, which is important because
road accidents occur mostly at night. Also, it is
well known that the eye responds to color
depending upon the amount of light available.
Photopic, Scotopic And Mesopic
Conditions
Lumens are the standard measure of light output,
but light is actually defined as energy evaluated by
the eye. Standard lumen measurements define the
light output response of a person only during
high light levels (called photopic light), typical of
daylight and interior lighting. The light meter
measures photopic light as seen by the central
region of the eye.
When light levels are very low, like starlight, the
viewing conditions are referred to as “scotopic.”
Under these conditions, the eye’s visual response
changes dramatically. Sensitivity to yellow and red
light is greatly reduced, while response to blue
light is vastly increased. If lamp lumens under
scotopic viewing conditions have been determined
using photopic measuring devices, the lumen
value does not accurately measure the true
amount of light production as perceived by the
human eye.
The eye response does not shift suddenly from
high light levels to low light levels. A gradual
change occurs as light levels are reduced in
twilight and typical street lighting conditions.
This is the “mesopic” condition in which the eye’s
response lies somewhere between photopic
and scotopic.
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Color Shift and Variation
Different colors are produced in metal halide
lamps by using various arc tube shapes and
metal halide salts. In new lamps these halides
need to “burn-in” for approximately 100 hours
before they reach their optimum color. This is
why new lamps can sometimes be unstable or
vary in color.
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45,000
40,000
Natural White™
375W
400W
35,000
30,000
MS 400W/BU
20,000
4,000
8,000
Additional
Ballasts
20,000
(S/P)0.5
Scotopic - Nighttime
Natural White™
400W
375W
(S/P)
1
50,000
100,000
Natural White™
775W
80,000
Natural White™
310W
Natural White™
310W
350W
40,000
120,000
MH1000W/U
60,000
MH 400W/U
4,000
8,000
30,000
20,000
4,000
8,000
12,000
16,000
20,000
Hours of Operation
HPS
12,000
16,000
Hours of Operation
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16,000
Scotopic - Outdoors
400W HPS
Product
Index
12,000
Hours of Operation
140,000
Scotopic Lumens
Specialty
Lamps
(S/P)0.5
25,000
60,000
Standard
Metal Halide
Scotopic - Indoors
50,000
Scotopic Lumens
What Are Scotopic Lumens?
NIGHTTIME OBSERVATIONS
Published lumen ratings are based on the
“photopic” lumen (“P”), or light measurement
based on daytime observations. Lumen
measurements, corrected for nighttime vision,
are known as “scotopic” lumens (“S”). The ratio of
light measured by the 2 methods is called the “S/P
ratio”. The S/P ratio for white-blue (5000K daylight)
light sources is 2.1. At 4000K the ratio is 1.65, and
for HPS lamps the ratio is 0.64. As a result, 4000K
light sources are at least twice as effective for
viewing at night compared to HPS sources at the
same photopic illuminance. 5000K light sources
are at least three times as effective.
DAYTIME OBSERVATIONS
Lamps with high scotopic-content and high S/P
ratios, such as Venture’s Natural White™ lamps,
also improve the ability to see indoors. Human
studies have shown that the S/P values, though
previously applicable to only nighttime conditions,
can be used to describe the “effective lumens” of
indoor lighting as well. For example, if two rooms
are lighted separately with 4000K and 5000K
lamps to equal photopic luminance, the 5000K
room will appear 13% brighter (2.1/1.65)0.5.
Scotopic Lumens
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Rods And Cones
The change in the eye’s spectral response is due
to the presence of two types of light receivers in
the retina, called rods and cones. Rods are
responsible for human vision at low light levels
and are located in the peripheral field of view.
Conversely, only objects viewed directly by the
eye are seen by the cones. Rods are sensitive to
scotopic light (nighttime); cones react to photopic
light (daylight). Therefore, as the light level is
reduced, cones become less active and rods
become more active.
Eye Color Sensitivity And Lumens
The value of a lamp’s lumen output is different
when considering the shifting color sensitivity of
the eye at low light levels. The effective lumens
will be different from the measured photopic
lumens. As light diminishes from photopic to
scotopic conditions, the effective lumens of yellow
HPS light sources are reduced and the effective
lumens of white light with blue/green content
increases.
This effect is dramatic for low pressure sodium
(LPS) lamps. Almost all energy output from this
lighting system is yellow, resulting in high photopic
lumen output. At low light levels, the effectiveness
of LPS lamps is drastically reduced.
50000
Horizontal
Uni-Form®
Uni-Form®
H75 320W
Metal Halide
Spectrum
.80
High Pressure
Sodium Spectrum
Scotopic, Visible
Night Spectrum
.60
Photopic, Visible
Daylight Spectrum
.40
.20
0
380
410
440
470
500
530
560
590
620
650
680
710
740
Wavelength (nm)
Metal Halide Lamps For Low
Light Levels
A typical metal halide lamp has strong light output
in the blue, green and yellow areas, resulting in
high lumen output at all light levels. The blue light
output of metal halide is in the high sensitivity
region of the eye for low light levels. This means
that the effective lumens actually increase for a
metal halide lamp as the light level reduces and
the eye shifts to a blue/green peak sensitivity.
The ability to detect fine contrast is also significantly
better under metal halide sources than sodium. In
street lighting, driver reaction time under LPS and
HPS lighting is roughly 50% longer than for metal
halide. Therefore, the color output of a light source
has an important influence on safety. Studies have
shown that metal halide lighting, in some
circumstances, can be up to six times as effective
as HPS. This can make a difference in peripheral
viewing and in dark areas where hidden hazards
may be present.
Before
After
Initial Lumens
40000
Horizontal
Uni-Form®
H75
200W
200W
HPS
400W
30000
20000
10000
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Correct Operation and Warnings For
High Intensity Discharge Lamps:
High intensity discharge (HID) lamps require
auxiliary equipment (ballasts, capacitors, ignitors
or power supplies) to provide the correct electrical
values for starting and operating. This auxiliary
equipment must meet all electrical specifications
outlined by the American National Standards
Institute (ANSI). Venture Lighting International will
not be responsible for poor performance, personal
injury, property damage, burns or fire from lamps
operating on unapproved auxiliary equipment
or from lamps being operated in a manner
inconsistent with their design.
Power should always be turned off and preferably
locked out in accordance with OSHA guidelines
whenever installation, removal or maintenance is
performed on lighting systems. Safety glasses
and gloves should be used when installing or
removing HID lamps. Lamps should be installed
firmly into appropriate lamp sockets, without over
tightening, to avoid loosening from vibration.
HID lamps and arc tubes operate at extremely
high temperatures and may shatter as a result of
misapplication, system failure or other factors.
Scratches on the outer bulb, direct contact with
water or excessive installation pressure can also
cause the lamps to break. Breakage may release
extremely hot glass and lamp parts into the surrounding environment and raise the risk of fire,
personal injury or property damage. Injury may
also be caused by ultraviolet energy from an
unjacketed HID lamp. If the outer jacket should
break, immediately turn the power off. Do not
remove a lamp until it has completely cooled;
then replace it with a new Venture® lamp. In
areas susceptible to contamination by flying glass,
where flammable materials are present or where
there is a possibility of personal injury, users
should seek additional protective measures by
using open fixture (Type-O) lamps and
enclosed luminaires.
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Proper Use of Metal
Halide Lamps
Positions
of Operation
Not
Permitted
Universal
Any Position
HOR ±15°
Horizontal
HOR ±45°
Horizontal
HOR ±75°
Horizontal
Vertical ±15°
BU ±15°
Base Up
BU ±90°
Base Up
BU ±105°
Base Up
Permitted
Luminaire Requirements and
Operating Positions
It is imperative that users adhere to specified
luminaire and lamp operating positions and
requirements. The operation of lamps in positions
other than those specified can result in severe
reductions in lamp performance, including lamp
life, light output and color. Incorrect operating
positions can also create the possibility of an
early failure.
Refer to each lamp’s technical data specification
sheet to determine correct operating position and
luminaire requirements. Also, refer to the diagrams
in this section to determine allowable
operating positions.
Federal Compliance - Metal Halide
Venture® lamps comply with USA Federal Standard
21 CFR 1040.30 and Canada Standard
SOR/80-381.
“WARNING: This lamp can cause serious skin
burn and eye inflammation from shortwave
ultraviolet radiation if outer envelope of the lamp
is broken or punctured and the arc tube continues
to operate. Do not use where people will remain
for more than a few minutes unless adequate
shielding or other safety precautions are used.
Lamps that will automatically extinguish when
the outer envelope is broken or punctured are
commercially available.”
Careful adherence to the previous mentioned precautions may not eliminate all possible risks
associated with the use of metal halide lamps,
but it will reduce the likelihood of personal injury
or property damage.
End-of-Life and Reduction of Risk
At end-of-life, the vast majority of metal halide
lamps will simply fail by not reigniting. On rare
occasions, metal halide lamps may fail in a
violent manner. The possibility of this failure is
significantly reduced by group relamping at or
before the rated end of life, (see Group Relamping).
In any application where enclosed rated (Type-E)
lamps are operated continuously (24 hrs/day,
seven days/week), the lamps should always be
turned off for a period of at least 15 minutes once
a week, a precaution that can reduce the
possibility of violent failures. This procedure is not
required when Venture’s open rated (ANSI Type-O),
shrouded lamps are used. These lamps are easily
identified by the prefix “MP” or “MPI” in the lamp
description code.
Starting and Restarting
Characteristics
Probe start metal halide lamps will start at an
ambient temperature of -30°C (-22°F) or higher.
Full light output does not occur immediately when
power is applied to any metal halide lamp; there
is a time delay of at least three to six minutes after
starting before lamps reach full light output.
After lamps have started, a power interruption
of 1/4 cycle (1/240th of a second) or more may
cause the lamps to extinguish. Several minutes
are required before an arc can be re-established
by the ballast and full light output achieved.
The exact time is dependent on a number of
factors including lamp wattage, ballast and ignitor
characteristics, ambient temperature, fixture
dimensions and supply voltage. The time needed
to establish full light output can be as short as 3
minutes and as long as 15 to 20 minutes. In
general, pulse start technology dramatically
decreases the time for hot restart. Venture’s
exclusive Uni-Form formed body arc tube provides
warm-up and hot restrike in up to 60% less time
than probe start lamps (standard metal halide) and
allows for better starting, even in temperatures
down to -40°C (-40°F).
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Lamp life is an important consideration when
purchasing a new, retrofit or replacement lamp.
Two very different and distinct terms describe life:
“rated life” and “economic life.”
Effective Lighting Management
Group relamping offers significant savings in time
and labor costs over spot replacing failed lamps.
Regularly scheduled maintenance based on
projected lamp life and lumen depreciation keeps
a lighting system functioning at its maximum by
replacing all lamps at their economic life.
This provides:
• Optimum light output
• Superior aesthetic quality
• Optimum energy efficiency
• Lower labor costs
Various operating conditions affect lamp life. One
key factor is operating position. Position-oriented
lamps (designed to operate in one specific position)
are tested and rated based on that designated
position. Operating these lamps in any other
positions can dramatically shorten life, reduce lumen
output and cause color shift. Lamps designated
universal can be operated in any position; however,
life expectancy and lumen output are sacrificed in
certain positions. Published “rated life” for universal
lamps is based on operation in the vertical position.
“Rated life” for universal lamps operated horizontally
is 75% of the published rating.
Shorter operating cycles reduce life. At operating
cycles shorter than 10 hours per start, life will
shorten as follows:
5 hrs/start: Life is 75% of rating
2.5 hrs/start: Life is 55% of rating
1.25 hrs/start: Life is 40% of rating
Other factors, alone or in combination, that can
also reduce lamp life include:
• High or low line voltages
• Marginally-operating control devices (ballasts,
capacitors, ignitors, dimming systems, etc.)
Economic Life
Economic life refers to the hours of operation during
which a lamp is designed to provide optimum
light output and color quality as well as lowest
replacement cost. Economic life describes actual
lamp life better than rated life because rated life
does not account for the lumen depreciation and
color shift that occur as lamps age. The economic
life of lamps is generally 60% to 75% of the lamp
rated life. Though economic life is important when
considering a lighting system, lamp data tables
show rated life because they provide a comparison
with other lamp manufacturers’ ratings.
1) Optimum Light Output:
Light levels are at their peak when a lighting
installation is new. Most standard metal halide
lamps decrease in light output to 40% of initial
light output by the end of rated life. A number of
factors may accelerate this reduction in efficacy
(lumens per watt). Group relamping at economic
life keeps the light levels from dropping significantly.
It also provides an opportunity to remove dirt
accumulation in the luminaires. Cleaning during
group relamping saves time and helps maintain
optimum light levels. A cleaner, well-lit environment
increases safety and security, can contribute
to higher worker productivity and creates
a better impression for visitors.
2) Aesthetic Quality:
The quality of light changes over economic life,
shifting 200K to 350K in color. Most of this shift
occurs in the last 25% of rated life. This causes
old lamps to appear blue or pink, especially when
compared to new lamps. All the lamps in an area
will generally change color together; so the color
shift of the lamps will be most noticeable during
spot relamping.
Group relamping at economic life is a practical
way to reduce energy and maintenance costs,
as well as sustain workers’ visual acuity with a
bright workplace environment. It also offers the
opportunity to replace older lighting with Venture’s
energy saving Energy Master® retrofit products or
more efficient Uni-Form systems.
MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
TYPICAL LAMP LUMEN PERFORMANCE
55,000
18 MONTH PROGRAM
50,000
45,000
40,000
35,000
30,000
25,000
2
6
10
14
18
22
26
30
34
38
42
46
50
Months
Competitor's pulse start 400 Watt 400/U/PS Initial Lumens= 44,000 Mean Lumens= 31,000 (70%)
®
Venture's Uni-Form 400 Watt MS 400W/V/PS Initial Lumens= 44,000 Mean Lumens= 35,200 (80%)
MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
TYPICAL LAMP LUMEN PERFORMANCE
34,000
32,000
20 MONTH PROGRAM
30,000
28,000
26,000
24,000
3) Optimum Energy Efficiency:
400W Intial Lumens= 34,000
22,000 Average of Venture's
320W Intial Lumens= 31,000
While the light output of standard metal halide
320W with Group
20,000 Relamping: 27,000 Lumens
Spot
Relamping
lamps decreases over life, they will still consume
18,000
Average of 400W: 20,000 Lumens
16,000
the same (or sometimes more) electricity. Since
4
8
12
16
20
24
28
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
Months
energy is the largest cost of lighting, group
relamping prevents almost half of the energy from
being wasted by under-performing
Lamp Mortality & Maintenance Curves
lamps. For example, a 400 watt
100
100
standard metal halide lamp may
A
cce
consume $800 of electricity
90
90
lera
ti n g
over rated life. After 60% of
Fa
il u r
80
80
rated life, about $320 is wasted
es
De
c re
on lamps providing less than
70
70
as
in g
Lu
mean lumens. Spot relamping
me
60
60
ns
wastes energy dollars. The cost
&S
h if t
i
n
g
of a new lamp and the labor to
C o lo
50
50
r
install it as part of group
40
40
relamping is generally less than
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
5% of the total energy cost.
% LUMENS
Rated Life
Rated, or average (median), life for metal halide
lamps is a value of lamp life expectancy based on
laboratory and field tests of representative lamps,
operating on approved ballasts, with a burn cycle
of at least 10 hours per start. The average life is
determined when 50% of standard metal halide
lamps initially installed are still operating. For
350-875 watt Uni-Form lamps, life is determined
when 70% of the lamps initially installed are still
operating.
4) Cost Effective Replacement:
Group relamping, as a planned maintenance
program, reduces downtime and labor costs.
Spot relamping often takes an employee away
from regular duties just to replace a burned out
lamp. This inconvenience grows as lamp failures
increase towards the end of rated life. Group
relamping not only eliminates wasted labor and
workday disruptions, it allows for scheduling
during normal shutdown periods.
Lumens
Group Relamping
Lumens
Lamp Life
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3. Making lamp replacement easier
There are now two types of lamps for use in open
luminaires. One type is designated with the
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) “S”
rating; the other is given an “O” rating. There are
significant differences between these two ratings.
To reduce the risk of liability, lighting specifiers
need to be aware of what the criteria are for a true
open rating and what the Type-S or Type-O
designations indicate about lamp construction.
The Open Fixture Rating
The best-selling 400 and 1000 watt universal metal
halide (probe start) lamps, produced to the ANSI
M59 and M47 lamp
standards, are rated
by most major lamp
manufacturers for
operation in open
luminaires. These
lamps have been
assigned the ANSI
letter/designation “S,”
indicating “suitable”
for use in open
luminaires, if
positioned within ±15°
of vertical. With a
continuous operating
cycle, “S” rated lamps must be shut down at least
once a week for a minimum of 15 minutes and
relamped at or before reaching rated lamp life.
However, it has not been proven that these
restrictions eliminate violent end-of-life failures.
In fact, an insurance industry report published
in March 1998, warned against the use of
lamps with an “S” designation because they
pose a risk of fire and injury1. Lamps with
the “S” designation do not have
containment shrouds.
Type-O lamps, on the other hand, have been
designed with a quartz shroud around the arc
tube to help with containment and only receive
the “O” rating if they pass a rigorous ANSI test.
The insurance industry now recommends that
all metal halide lamps manufactured for open
luminaires incorporate shrouded arc tubes to
contain shattered particles. One major insurer also
recommends using Type-O lamps in enclosed
luminaires with plastic lenses 2. The industry urges
metal halide lighting manufacturers to adopt
Type-O lamps and abandon the use of the Type-S
lamps. With the growing use of metal halide
lighting spurred by the advances of pulse start
technology, proper selection of Type-O lamps for
open luminaires becomes even more important.
UV Shield lamps can also
with UV Shield®
be used in enclosed
luminaires. This reduces
“yellowing” of polycarbonate
lenses, ensuring maximum white
light output. Laboratory tests
demonstrate that UV Shield extends polycarbonate
lens life by a factor of six to ten times.
ANSI Lamp Designations
• Type-E lamps must be used in enclosed
luminaires which meet the requirements of
UL1598.
• Type-S lamps are considered “suitable” for open
luminaire operation only if operated in the
vertical ±15° position. Lamps do not meet ANSI
criteria for containment and must be turned off
at least once per week for a minimum of 15
minutes if operated continuously. In addition
these lamps must be replaced at or before
reaching rated lamp life.
40
30
Open Fixture Enclosed Fixture
(Type-O)
(Type-E)
Medium
Base
With
10
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
Burning Hours
Polycarbonate with standard MH 400W/PS @90C
Polycarbonate with UV Shield ® @100C
100%
UV Spectral Distribution
Unfiltered Metal
Halide Light
75%
Filtered Metal Halide
Light with
50%
25%
EX26 Socket
330
340
350
360
370
380
390
150 Watt Metal Halide Non-Visible UV Spectrum (in nanometers)
The wider
bulb neck will
not fit past
ceramic neck
of socket.
The narrower
EDX17 neck
allows full
insertion into
the socket.
Mogul
Base
The extended
center contact
completes
the circuit
in the socket.
WITHOUT
UV Shield ®
20
0
• Type-O lamps can be operated in open or
enclosed luminaires within the manufacturer’s
specified operating position limits. These types
meet the ANSI criteria for containment-rated
operation and do not need to be shut off weekly.
Special exclusionary sockets are available for
these lamps to ensure that the wrong lamp type
is not used.
Yellowing Index Values
50
Yellowing Index
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Systems
Selection
Guide
2. Removing a source of dirt accumulation that
further reduces light output
Relative Intensity (%)
Applications
Open fixture rated (ANSI Type-O) metal halide
lamps offer significant advantages for users.
They broaden luminaire options by:
1. Eliminating the need for cover lenses, which
reduce light output
UV Shield® Protection
All Type-O Venture® Uni-Form lamps also include
UV Shield® protection. The quartz shroud in these
lamps is specially-treated to reduce nearly
all ultra-violet light output. Up to
50% more than other
UV-reducing lamps on the
without UV Shield®
market. This protects assets
like merchandise and signage,
because ultraviolet emissions
cause fading and damage to plastics
and fabrics.
EX39 Socket
The standard
center contact
won’t reach
the contact in
the dedicated
socket.
Footnotes:
1. IRInformation, IM.5.11.2, Industrial Risk Insurers,
March 2, 1998.
2. FM Global Property Loss Prevention Data
Sheets, 5–21, Rev. May 2001.
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Introduction
Applications
While Venture Lighting focuses on metal halide
systems, there are practical uses for other HID
technologies. We apply the same level of passion
for quality and performance to these ballasts as we
do to Venture’s metal halide offerings. To assure
compatibility, refer to our specification sheets to
determine which ballast works with each lamp type.
Why are ballasts
needed?
For many users, ballasts are a mystery. Electrical
distribution systems deliver fixed AC voltage (50
or 60 Hz). Users expect connected electrical loads
to limit the current drawn from the source. Low
pressure and high pressure arc discharge lamps
exhibit “negative impedance.” Without a ballast,
the arc will extinguish or draw increasing current
until some circuit element burns up. Ballasts
provide system stability by limiting the current
that can be drawn. Magnetic ballasts use inductive
and capacitive components because they impede
alternating current with little power consumption.
Resistive components generate high losses and
are usually avoided. This is true of conventional
electromagnetic ballasts as well as electronic
ballasts.
HID ballasts perform the following
functions:
• Provide voltage to breakdown the gas between
the electrodes of arc lamps and initiate starting.
• Provide voltage and current to heat the
electrodes to allow a low voltage, high current
arc mode to develop (referred to as glow-to-arc
transition, GAT).
• Provide enough current to heat and evaporate
the light emitting components after an arc has
been established. Provide enough sustaining
voltage (see Vss) to maintain the arc during
warm-up and operation.
• Set lamp current once all the evaporable
materials have reached thermal equilibrium.
Breakdown vs. Glow-to-Arc
Transition (GAT)
Standard metal halide lamps (also called “probe
start”), and high-pressure mercury vapor (HPMV)
lamps utilize an auxiliary electrode to facilitate
starting. These lamps are filled with a relatively low
pressure of argon gas. Breakdown occurs when
several hundreds of volts are applied. The lower
the fill pressure, the lower the breakdown voltage
and less electrode heating occurs in the
subsequent glow mode. Without enough electrode
heat the arc mode will not develop. There is a
Uni-Form® pulse start metal halide and high
pressure sodium (HPS) lamps dispense with the
auxiliary electrode, but have breakdown voltage
requirements in the range of several thousand
volts. An “ignitor” is added, which provides a
narrow (µsec wide) pulse near the peak of the
output voltage waveform. Some lamps require
more than one pulse per half cycle. The minimum
output voltage requirement (min. OCV) assures
that a GAT will occur. At room temperature,
mercury interacts with argon to reduce breakdown
voltage. In cold weather or refrigerated spaces, the
breakdown voltage requirement goes up. Standard
metal halide and mercury vapor ballasts have to
supply a fairly high output voltage for low
temperature starting. Pulse start metal halide and
HPS ignitors are sufficient to start lamps down
to -40°C (-40°F).
Warm-up
Unlike low pressure lamps, HID lamps have a low
initial arc voltage following GAT and warm up over
several minutes to final operating voltage. In
HPMV lamps this involves the evaporation of a
fixed amount of mercury. In standard metal halide
and Uni-Form lamps, a fixed amount of mercury
and some of the metal halide salts evaporate.
For most HPS lamps, this involves the partial
evaporation of mercury and sodium as the lamp
reaches thermal equilibrium. Standard and pulse
start metal halide lamps have sustaining voltage
requirements after GAT to assure the lamp will
continue to operate. HPS lamps have a lamp
power vs. lamp voltage space (see graph under
‘High pressure sodium lamp “trapezoids”’) that
has been defined to assure stable warm-up and
operation.
Operation
The ballast determines the lamp current in normal
operation by providing the impedance. The
combination of lamp current and voltage
determines the power consumed by the lamp. The
lamp power, in turn, determines light output and
color. For example, if a 320 watt lamp is accidentally operated on a 350 watt
ballast, the lamp will run over wattage at
350 watts because the nominal lamp
voltage is the same for both lamps and
the ballast delivers the higher current
required for a 350 watt lamp. Color will
be warmer, light output will be higher
and lamp life will be shorter.
In stable operation, lamp power varies with supply
voltage and lamp voltage. Electronic ballasts can
be designed to minimize both sources of power
variation. On reactor and HX ballasts, lamp power
varies about 2% for each 1% of line variation. On
CWA and CWI ballasts, lamp power varies about
1% for 1% of line variation. These CW-type ballasts
amplify lamp voltage variations into power variations
while reactor and HX ballasts minimize the same.
Ballast history
Most of the world uses “lag” type ballasts for the
operation of high intensity discharge (HID) lamps.
Another common name for the simplest type of lag
ballast is “reactor”. These ballasts are constructed
from steel laminations and wire coils. The term
“lag” derives from the inductive nature of the
ballast; the input current lags the input voltage by
up to 90 electrical degrees. Several input taps may
be provided to accommodate small local variations
in nominal voltage. Reactor ballasts provide
outstanding lamp performance, with excellent
efficiency, at the lowest possible cost, but only
operate at a single input voltage.
Lag ballasts that can accommodate a wide
range of input voltages are made using an
autotransformer stage in front of an inductive
element. These use two coils and are referred to
as HX or high leakage reactance autotransformers.
The losses and material content are higher
resulting in higher operating and initial costs
compared to single voltage reactor ballasts. The
lamp performance benefits are retained.
The CWA, or constant wattage autotransformer
ballast, became popular in North America for
mercury vapor lamps after World War II. The primary
application was roadway lighting. The circuit delivers
relatively constant lamp current, which, in turn,
translates to relatively constant lamp power as long
as lamp voltage does not vary during life. This is a
good assumption for mercury vapor lamps. It
allowed utilities to start a roadway circuit with as
much as +13% input voltage at the beginning of a
string of lights and allow for sag to -13% at the end
of the string. The resulting lamp power variation
was an acceptable ±15%. A small “peaking”
capacitor across the lamp terminals
provided enough voltage to start
lamps outdoors with modest OCV. The
strategy had little to do with temporal
variations in line voltage, but rather
addressed the economics of
lighting circuits along long
stretches of road.
When HPS lamps were
introduced, they were
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Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
The information below introduces ballast function,
terminology and proper usage.
trade off of breakdown voltage and GAT with fill
pressure for these lamps. For most mercury vapor
lamps, sinusoidal output voltages around 220 Vrms
suffice. For most metal halide lamps, highly
peaked (distorted) output voltages around 300
Vrms suffice. Failing to attain a GAT will destroy
lamp electrodes in less than 100 hours.
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Opti-Wave 277V
These are optimized lag/reactor ballasts. The flux
density, losses and power factor capacitors are
chosen for good circuit loading and modest
lamp power variation with respect to lamp voltage
variation. These ballasts
provide more consistent
color from lamp-to-lamp
than constant current designs. The circuit loading
(250W – 875W) is similar to that of CWA ballasts,
providing better value and
performance without the
need for higher
capacity circuits.
High Reactance Autotransformer
(HX-HPF)
CHOOSING THE RIGHT BALLAST
Opti-Wave® Opti-Wave
Opti-E™
277V
Multi-tap Electronic
CWA
Isolated
CWI
Ballast Efficiency
Excellent
Good
Excellent
Good
Fair
Lamp Wattage Regulation
(over lamp voltage range)
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Lamp Wattage Regulation
(over line voltage range)
Good
Good
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Circuit Loading
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Current Crest
Factor
Excellent
1.5
Excellent
1.5
Excellent
1.0
Good
1.6 – 1.8
Good
1.6 – 1.8
Input Voltage Dip Tol.
Good
Good
Excellent
Excellent
Excellent
Isolation
No
No
Yes or No
No
Yes
LAMP
CAP
LAMP
Opti-Wave ballasts
The Opti-Wave family of ballasts includes single
voltage reactor and multi-tap HX circuit designs
and incorporates ignitors. They are carefully
matched to Uni-Form lamps to provide peak lamp
performance. Single voltage designs offer the
most overall value to the end user. Multi-tap
designs offer flexibility and lower inventories for
BLACK
RED
distributors,
ED
OEMs, and
T/R
H
W X1
contractors.
BLUE IGNITOR
CAP
X3
Venture offers
YE
LL
a full line of
X2 OW
multi-tap CWA
WHITE COMMON
ballasts for
Uni-Form lamps where CWA ballasts have been
specified.
BLK/WHT BLK/WHT
Uni-Form®
Systems
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
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Venture makes a full line of high performance
ballasts for metal halide and high-pressure sodium
lamps. Venture’s Opti-Wave® family of ballasts is
designed especially for Uni-Form pulse start
metal halide lamps.
Metal halide lamps were introduced in the 1960’s.
They required a higher peak starting voltage than
mercury vapor lamps, but were incompatible with
“peaking capacitors.” The lamps would start and
promptly “drop out.” By adding saturable elements
to the magnetic circuit of the ballast, the OCV
could be “peaked” to start the lamps. Standard
probe start metal halide lamps and “peaked lead”
ballasts launched metal halide lighting in North
America. Internationally, the same lamps operated
on reactor ballasts by adding simple low cost
ignitors. Multiple input voltage taps for CWA
ballasts were readily accommodated. More
CWA ballasts could be operated on a circuit than
reactor or HX ballasts of the same wattage.
However, the current wave shape left little margin
for input voltage fluctuations during starting, had
poor energy efficiency and provided poor
regulation of lamp power with respect to lamp
voltage. Evidence suggests that maintained
lumens of most metal halide lamps operated on
CWA ballasts are worse than those operated
on lag circuits.
Characteristic
These are two coil ballasts, consisting of a primary
winding that provides the voltage transformation
for OCV requirements, coupled with a secondary
coil for limiting current. The ballast uses more
material and has higher losses than its lag/reactor
counterpart. 277V BLACK
RED
ED
HT
In return, it
T/R
240V TAN
BLK/W
WH X1
offers
BLUE
IGNITOR
208V PURPLE
X3
multi-tap
capability to 120V ORANGE
WHIT
E
serve a wide WHITE
WHITE
COMMON
variety of
applications. A capacitor is typically connected
to the highest voltage tap to increase input power
factor. Lamp performance is excellent.
OW
LL
YE X2
Selection
Guide
Applications
incompatible with CWA ballasts because they
required a high starting voltage. Where the
constant current characteristic led to unstable
operation. Lag and HX ballasts with electronic
ignitors became the preferred circuit types. Later,
CWA circuits were developed for HPS lamps that
departed from the constant current characteristic
and incorporated ignitors.
Opti-Wave Multi-tap
Our Opti-Wave multi-tap ballasts are HX circuits
that have the same lamp power regulation
characteristic as 277V Opti-Wave ballasts. These
are multiple tap (two, three and four) HX
autotransformers with all of the common US input
voltages. The flux density, losses and power factor
capacitor are chosen for good circuit loading.
They generate modest lamp power variations,
with respect to lamp voltage variations. As a
result, these ballasts provide more consistent
lamp-to-lamp color than CWA. Opti-Wave
multi-tap ballasts can be used in a wider range of
applications than 277V Opti-Wave ballasts while
providing the same performance benefits. Circuit
loading is similar to comparable CWA ballasts.
Constant Wattage Autotransformer
(CWA)
Present day CWA ballasts for metal halide lamps
have changed very little from
early designs dating back to
the 1960’s. Versions with ignitors to operate pulse start
lamps are available, along with
a wide range of wattages. CWA ballasts have a
large installed base in the US. Note that low
wattage metal halide lamp performance with CWA
ballasts has proven to be poor. Most ballasts sold
for lamps of 150 watts or less are reactor or HX
types.
CWA ballasts have two coils. One acts as an
autotransformer with multiple input taps and a
second provides inductance that in series with
a capacitor controls lamp current. For standard
probe start designs, the capacitor usually connects
between the lamp and the secondary coil of the
ballast. In pulse start designs, the capacitor usually
connects between the primary and secondary coils.
A tap near the lamp output on the secondary coil is
connected to the ignitor circuit.
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80
74
68
Opti-Wave® Electronic DC
62
Standard HX
56
50
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
Lamp Voltage
The most mature metal halide electronic ballasts
operate low wattage (150 watts and less) metal
halide lamps. The lower the lamp wattage, the
higher the resonant frequency. Designers have
opted for low frequency circuits that drive low
wattage lamps with square wave current. The
small size and light weight of low watt electronic
ballasts fit retail track lighting applications very
well. High wattage lamps have lower resonant
frequencies, so ballast designs that operate lamps
in the 100 KHz range and above work quite well.
These ballasts have low losses, control/program
lamp power, and are small and light. Dimming, in
conjunction with the use of natural daylight, is a
workable strategy with a shorter payback period.
Lamp Wattage Regulation
390
370
Opti-Wave® Electronic AC
(Opti-E™)
350
330
Standard CWA and
Pulse Start CWA
310
290
120
130
140
150
160
Lamp Voltage
Venture is investigating a number of exciting
performance phenomena. Lamps operating
on electronic ballasts (HF, DC, or
square wave) provide higher
maintained lumens over life.
This is a rapidly evolving
topic. Look to Venture’s
website for new
Opti-E™
developments.
Current Waveforms
6
4
Same optimal wave
shape at high frequency
Opti-E™
(AC Electronic)
2
Current (A)
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OW
X2
Magnetically Regulated Ballasts
(a.k.a. Regulated Lag)
Magnetically regulated ballasts use three coils and
saturable magnetic elements to provide a high
degree of power regulation to the lamp. From the
perspective of the lamp, operation is the same as
on a lag ballast with a well-regulated input voltage.
These typically have twice the material content of
comparable CWA ballasts and higher losses. They
are primarily used in heavy industrial settings
where switching of large electrical loads impacts
lighting circuits (for example, a downlight hanging
from a crane in a steel mill). Venture currently does
not offer these because demand is small.
Low Watt
Lamp Wattage Regulation
Lamp Power
LL
Applications
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Constant Wattage Isolated Transformer
(CWI)
240V BLACK
RED
CWI ballasts
ED
T/R
H
208V
PURPLE
1
W X
share the same
BLUE IGNITOR
features as the 120V ORANGE BLUE
X3
X3
YE
CWA versions,
LL
X2 OW
but have electrically WHITE
BLK/WHT YELLOW
CAP
isolated secondary COMMON
coils to meet the Canadian Electrical Code. These
ballasts use slightly more material than CWA
types, making them less energy efficient and
more costly.
Electronic Ballasts
Fluorescent lighting uses electronic ballasts for
essentially all new commercial lighting in the US,
largely because of energy legislation. Fluorescent
lamps generate more lumens per watt when
operated at high frequency
and have no compatibility
issues. HID lamps on
electronics had issues of no
improvement in initial lumens
per watt and acoustic
resonances that disturb lamp
operation. These issues were
resolved. Electronic HID ballasts operate lamps
either above acoustic resonance (HF sine wave
ballasts used for mid-wattage HID), or below
acoustic resonance (low frequency square wave
ballasts used for low wattage HID lamps). The
adoption of electronic HID ballasts has been slow,
yet is growing.
Lamp Power
LAMP
277V BLACK
RED
“Constant
ED
T/R X1
H
Wattage” is
W
240V TAN
BLUE
actually a
IGNITOR
208V PURPLE
X3
misnomer. The 120V ORANGE BLK/WHT
CAP
circuit provides
WHITE
constant current COMMON
to the lamp.
This is undesirable for lamp loads that do not
provide constant voltage. HPS lamps are unstable
when they are operated at constant current. CWA
circuits have been modified for HPS lamps, but
use more materials and result in higher losses. This
is also an issue for metal halide lamps that rise in
voltage with aging. The result is lamp-to-lamp
power variation that shows up as lamp-to-lamp
color variation. As long as demand for CWA
ballasts continues, Venture will provide them
with the best technology available.
0
-2
Opti-Wave® Magnetic
-4
Standard CWA
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Ballasts that Venture sells in
North America include the
following versions:
• Quad-tap: 120V, 208V, 240V and 277V
• Tri-tap: 120V, 277V, 347V (Canada)
• 480V/120T: A 480V ballast with a 120V tap for
standby quartz lighting.
• 600V (Canada)
Selection
Guide
• Most reactor and HX ballasts are rated for
supply voltage variations of ±5%.
Uni-Form®
Systems
• CWA and magnetically regulated circuits are
rated for supply voltage variations of ±10%.
Current Waveforms
6
Current
Specialty
Lamps
(A)
4
Opti-Wave®
2
0
-2
-4
Standard
Metal Halide
Standard CWA
Ballast Performance
The following performance factors affect ballast
specifications:
Current Crest Factor (CCF)
The current crest factor is the ratio of the peak
lamp current to the root-mean-square (rms) value
of the current. High current crest factors are
associated with high lumen depreciation of HID
lamps. Lamp specifications set upper limits for
CCF. A typical range of current crest factors for
reactor, HX and regulated lag ballasts is 1.4-1.5.
For CWA ballasts CCF ranges from 1.6 to 1.8.
Electronic ballasts can can be as low as 1.0.
Open Circuit Voltage (OCV)
The voltage across the output terminals of a ballast
with no load connected is the OCV. Lamp OCV
requirements differ for the various ballast circuit
types.
Sustaining Voltage (Vss)
Vss is the instantaneous voltage across the lamp
when lamp current crosses zero. If the voltage is
not sufficient, the lamp will not ignite on the next
half cycle of current and drop out. Adequate Vss is
needed from every ballast type, but is particularly
important for CWA ballasts. However, it is difficult
to measure without sophisticated lab equipment.
ANSI standard values are determined for the
condition. ANSI does not specify Vss for lag or HX
circuits.
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Lamp Wattage Regulation
Additional
Ballasts
390
European
Product
Lamp Power
370
Opti-Wave®
350
e-Lamp™
330
310
Standard CWA and
Pulse Start CWA
290
120
130
140
150
160
AC Line Regulation
Line regulation is the percentage change in lamp
wattage per percentage change of supply voltage.
In the US, Canada and most of Europe, supply
voltage can be unreliable (such as a brownout or
blackout); however, normal variability is small. An
exception might be an industrial application where
large electrical load switching (on and off) affects
lighting circuits. Where supply voltages are steady,
reactor or HX ballasts provide the best
performance at a cost comparable to or lower than
CWA ballasts. When there is a serious line voltage
regulation issue, regulated lag or electronic ballasts
are preferred. Lag (reactor) ballasts dominate HID
lighting in Europe, where supply voltage is
regulated to ±5%. In North America, lighting
circuits wired according to the National Electric
Code typically stay within the ±5%.
Lamp Regulation
By definition, lamp voltage regulation is the change
in lamp wattage divided by the corresponding
change in lamp voltage initially and during life.
The ANSI lamp voltage range allowed for a new
(100-hour) lamp is typically ±12%. Modern lamp
manufacturing processes typically yield metal halide
lamps with a much tighter voltage range. However,
metal halide lamps typically rise between 1 and 2 V
per 1000 hours. At end of life, the metal halide lamp
voltage can be more than 25% higher than at 100
hours. With modern AC power lines regulated
to within 5%, it is more important to have tight
regulation of lamp power with respect to lamp
voltage variation than supply voltage regulation.
This results in the least lamp-to-lamp color and
brightness variations.
The operating characteristics of any ballast can
be mapped in a graph of lamp wattage vs. lamp
voltage. For reactor and HX ballasts, the graph is a
parabola where the peak wattage typically occurs
when the lamp voltage is about 60% of the OCV.
The curve stops when the lamp voltage reaches
about 80% of the OCV. At this point, the lamp
stops operating. The graph for most CWA
or constant current ballasts is a relatively straight
line. HPS lamps need operating characteristics
similar to resistive and reactor ballasts, a constant
current characteristic is unstable.
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High pressure sodium
lamp “Trapezoids”
The HPS trapezoid is bounded by upper and lower
wattage limits. At the low watt limit, lumens are
low; at the high watt limit, life is short. The left side
of the trapezoid represents the lowest voltage
lamp a user could encounter. The right side represents the highest voltage lamp a user should
expect to operate. The sides of the trapezoid slope
because increasing power increases the voltage of
HPS lamps. Acceptable ballasts chart a path that
passes through both sides within the minimum and
maximum wattage limits. The three ballast curves
in the graph below illustrate the effect of low,
nominal, and high line voltage.
Trapezoid Curve
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La
mp
Vo
lta
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imu
mL
am
pV
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age
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ion
xim
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La
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300
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Rated
Lamp
Power
mp
400
Maximum Lamp Power
Re
450
Min
500
Lamp Watts
Uni-Form®
Systems
550
Lamp Drop
Out Point
Minimum Lamp Power
80
90
100
110
120
130
Lamp Voltage (in volts)
140
150
160
Lamp Starting
Capacitors
Pulse start metal halide ballasts provide the proper
combination of open circuit voltage and high
voltage pulses to start the lamp. The pulse is
provided by a specially designed ignitor, or starter,
that is used in conjunction with the ballast. As
soon as the ignitor senses that the lamp has started,
it discontinues the pulsing operation. At this point,
the ballast sustaining voltage must be sufficient to
maintain lamp operation. A positive feature of this
system is that the lamp will hot restart in 3-4
minutes following a power interruption. Standard
probe start metal halide ballasts can take as long
as 10-15 minutes to restart the lamp.
With Reactor and HX ballasts, capacitors are
needed to improve (input) power factor. As a result,
the number of lamps that can be operated on a
circuit nearly doubles. In large installations, power
factor correction is also required to avoid power
quality problems and utility penalties. Capacitors
are integral components of CWA and regulated lag
circuits; they will not operate without them. Both
oil-filled (wet) and dry-film capacitor technologies
are commonly used with ballasts. A means to
discharge capacitors after power is turned off
is a safety requirement.
The ballast open circuit voltage starts standard
probe start metal halide and mercury vapor lamps.
Auxiliary electrodes, or probes, aid these lamps in
starting. The probe electrode is disconnected after
lamp has warmed up. Most of these lamps operate
on CWA ballasts that offer a more “peaked” open
circuit voltage, to assist lamp starting.
High Pressure Sodium lamps start in a manner
similar to pulse start metal halide lamps. The
main difference is a slightly less demanding ignitor
pulse requirement.
Minimum ambient temperature
for starting
ANSI and IEC write lamp specifications so that
lamps will start at –30°C (–22°F) to -40°C (-40°F).
Mercury vapor and metal halide lamps will start
at lower voltages at room temperature. As
temperatures drops below –40°C, not much
happens until Xe (HPS) or Ar (metal halide and
mercury vapor) starting gases condense to the
liquid state. At these temperatures (-160°C/–310°F
and lower) there are no lighting opportunities.
Ballast Noise
Magnetic ballasts generate audible noise as a
result of magnetically induced mechanical stress.
This may be amplified or attenuated depending on
fixture design, mounting methods and room
acoustics. There are presently no noise standards
for HID ballasts. Opti-Wave ballasts are
noticeably quieter (by greater than 10 dB) than
CWA, CWI or regulated lag ballasts.
Oil-filled capacitors
Oil-filled capacitors come in metal cases and are
filled with a dielectric fluid. They are rated up to
100°C, although 90°C is the most common rating.
They usually have two 1/4” spade terminal lugs
located on the top for
connection with the ballast.
Most ballasts come with
the mating terminals
already attached to the
appropriate leads. Oil-filled
Oil-filled capacitor
capacitors are very reliable
and available in ratings up to 525V. For some higher
wattage HID ballasts, they are the only choice.
Dry-Film capacitors
Dry-Film capacitors do not
use a dielectric fluid.
Originally, these capacitors
were limited to applications where voltages did
not exceed 330V. Recent
Dry-film capacitor
advances have pushed
this to 400V. They are available in temperature
ratings of 100°C and have become an attractive
alternative to oil-filled capacitors. They are
packaged in plastic housings which do not need
to be grounded and do not need any special
clearances above the terminals.
Ballast Noise Levels
45
40
35
Technical
Information
30
25
20
320W
320W
Opti-Wave CWA
350W
350W
Opti-Wave CWA
450W
Opti-Wave
450W
CWA
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Index
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There are HID lamps available internationally that
incorporate internal ignitors. The pulse voltage
appears on the ballast output terminals. These
may not work with all ballast circuits, and could
damage insulation. Request technical support for
help with these.
HID lamp ignitors provide a brief, high voltage
pulse or pulse train to breakdown the gas between
the electrodes of an arc tube. Pulses can range
from several hundred volts to 5KV or higher.
Typical durations are in the µsec range. They are
usually timed to coincide with the peak of OCV. If
they are timed too early or too late, lamps may not
start reliably.
Venture® ignitors and ballasts are capable of
continuous pulsing at maximum rated case
temperature.
There are three basic ignitor circuits in wide use.
The simplest is a capacitor in series with a voltage
sensitive switch that connects across the output
of a reactor ballast. It is used internationally to
start standard metal halide lamps on 220-230V 50
Hz mercury vapor ballasts. It generates 600V pulses
and has the virtue of simplicity and low cost.
Prolonged continuous operation (weeks to months)
degrades ballast insulation and reduces ballast life.
Best practice is the timely replacement of failed
lamps to prolong ballast life. Ignitor case
temperature limits must be observed. There is
little safety margin, so expect short ignitor life
if the limits are exceeded.
The second consists of a capacitor charging
circuit and a voltage sensitive switch. It connects
to a tap on the output inductive element of the
ballast and uses it as a high frequency pulse
transformer. This circuit works with lag, HX, CWA,
or regulated lag circuits. It is the most common
type of ignitor used in North America and is
growing in popularity internationally. It has the
virtue of
simplicity and low
cost. It requires
the ballast
insulation system
to withstand the pulse voltage; because it is tied to
the ballast, the distance the lamp can be mounted
from the ballast depends on pulse attenuation.
Circuits that generate wide pulses permit greater
distance. These circuits are generically referred to
as “impulsers.”
Most Venture pulse start ballasts have distance
limitations of 2 to 15 ft with standard ignitors.
Longer ballast-to-lamp (BTL) distances can be
attained with higher energy or sip ignitors. These
should not be used for short range as they may
damage ballast insulation and shorten ballast life.
Contact Venture for availability and technical
support.
The third circuit is similar to the first except that
it contains a pulse transformer. The virtues are
that the ballast insulation is not exposed to pulse
voltage. The ignitor can be mounted near the lamp
while the ballast can be remote. It can be used
with any ballast type. This is the most costly
circuit, but allows the use of a less expensive
ballast. It is the most commonly used circuit
internationally. The ignitors are referred to as
superimposed ignitors (SIP) because the pulse
is superimposed on top of the ballast OCV.
Venture’s new Smart Ignitor™ products use
a microprocessor to limit pulses, detect lamp
starting, and shut off the ignitor if the lamp does
not start. This control technology is applied to the
“impulser” type ignitor to allow longer ballast to
lamp (BTL) distances without degradation of the
insulation system should prolonged ignitor
operation occur.
Pulse Peak
Voltage
Pulse Duration (width)
90° 110°
Time
Ballast Open
Circuit Waveform
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Index
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Information
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Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
Ignitors
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Remote Mounting
Typical Opti-Wave® (Reactor)
Wiring Diagram with Remote Igniter
Red
Black/White
Optional Cap
for HPF only
Black/White
Black
Blue
B L N
Remote
Igniter
White Common
Input Line
Remote Mounting Basics
Red
Blue
For distance between ballast and igniter
Refer to chart below
No more than
B L N
Remote
Igniter
Input Line
Uni-Form®
Systems
3 feet between
White Common
lamp and igniter
Typical CWA Wiring Diagram with Remote Igniter
Remote
Igniter
Ballast
Specialty
Lamps
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
European
Product
LAMP
White Common
Input Line
Red
Blue
LAMP
B L N
Remote
Igniter
Input Line
White Common
LAMP
White Common
Remote Ballast Mounting
Lamp Type
Lamp
Probe Start Mercury
Wattage MH ANSI
ANSI
175
250
400
1000
1500
M57
M58
M59
M47
M48
Typical CWI Wiring Diagram with Remote Igniter
Maximum Ballast to Lamp Distance
(in feet, listed by wire gauge)
Input Line
Red
Input Line
Blue
AWG 10 AWG 12 AWG 14 AWG 16 AWG 18
H39
H37
H33
H36
N/A
420
300
200
325
225
250
200
125
200
125
150
125
75
125
75
100
75
50
75
50
65
50
25
50
35
B L N
Remote
Igniter
White Common
Black/White
LAMP
Yellow
Lamp
Uni-Form® Maximum Ballast to Ignitor distance for Pulse Start MH, Ignitor < 3ft from lamp
Wattage MH PS ANSI AWG10 AWG12 AWG14 AWG16 AWG18 Remote Ignitor for PS MH
70W
100W
125W
150W
175W
200W
250W
320W
350W
400W
450W
750W
875W
1000W
M98/M85
M90
M150
M102/M81
M152
M136
M153/M80
M154
M131
M155
M144
M149
M166
M141
600
560
560
340
420
380
300
240
220
200
160
325
360
325
360
340
340
220
250
260
200
150
140
125
100
200
220
200
220
200
200
140
150
160
125
90
85
75
65
125
140
125
150
130
130
80
100
90
75
60
55
50
40
75
80
75
95
80
80
55
65
60
50
30
35
25
22
35
55
50
BVS003REPL1,
BVS003REPL1,
BVS003REPL1,
BVS003REPL1,
BVS003REPL1,
BVS003REPL1
BVS003REPL1
BVS003REPL1
BVS003REPL1
BVS003REPL1
BVS003REPL1
BVS002REPL1
BVS002REPL1
BVS002REPL1
Note 1: Remote Ignitors require a 4kV pulse rated lampholder
socket. Also requires 600V wires at rated temperature which are resistant to cuts .
Note: Ignitor must be placed in an electrical wiring enclosure such as an 8”x8”x4” or larger junction box, and be
mounted so the ignitor case temperature is always less then the maximum temperature stated on the label
Product
Index
Technical
Information
LAMP
Typical HX Wiring Diagram with Remote Igniter
Selection
Guide
Applications
Probe start metal halide and mercury vapor
lamp/ballast separation distance is limited only
by adequate wire size as lamp current is the
only consideration. Pulse start lamps are distancelimited by wire size as well as pulse attenuation.
Ballasts with long-range ignitors are offered; but
superimposed ignitors, mounted near the lamp,
can bring the restriction back to only the wire size.
(See table).
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Grounding and Wiring
Applications
Core and coil ballasts are insulated with a varnishlike material. This material must be penetrated at
the point where the ground connection is made to
ensure a good connection. This connection can be
made when mounting the ballast to the luminaire,
by using a star washer in combination with one of
the mounting bolts.
Product
Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Ballasts must be connected to electrical ground to
avoid electrical shock or damage to the equipment
and facility. The installation and wiring must
comply with applicable federal, state or provincial
codes and regulations.
Selection
Guide
Caution: Installation and maintenance should only
be performed with the circuit turned off.
Grounding of the Lamp Socket
Shells
The Canadian Electrical Code (Part 1 (1994) Rule
30-314) requires grounding of lamp socket shells;
refer to the connection diagrams. In circuits
with two lamps in series, the socket shell is
non-hazardous, provided that the removal of
the lamp electrically isolates the shell.
Circuit Loading
How many lamps can be operated on a circuit?
According to the 2005 National Electric Code®
(NEC), in Section 210-20:
“Where a branch circuit supplies continuous loads,
or any combination of continuous and noncontinuous loads, the rating of the over-current
device shall not be less than the non-continuous
load plus 125% of the continuous load.”
“A Continuous Load is a load where the maximum
current is expected to continue for three hours
or more.”
For new installations of CWA and regulated lag
ballasts the highest current draw is in continuous
operation. The total number of ballasts must draw
less than 80% of the circuit breaker rating. A
conservative approach would use the current draw
of ballasts operating aged lamps. As lamps age,
system wattage on CWA ballasts climbs, leading
to higher than rated input current. A safety factor
of 1.2 times the rated current is a reasonable
de-rating factor.
For new installations of reactor, HX, and Opti-Wave
ballasts, the highest current draw is when the lamp
is off or just after starting. This occurs for seconds
during starting or for minutes following a power
interruption. Per the NEC, this is a non-continuous
load. Following a lamp failure, power could be
applied for a long time. The NEC provides no
guidance for dealing with failed lamps that result
in an open circuit current draw.
While it is unlikely that a lamp will be replaced in
less than three hours, it is equally unlikely that
users will tolerate very many lamp outages without
replacements on a given circuit. As in the CWA
case, a 1.2 safety factor seems reasonable. Divide
the circuit breaker rating by the open circuit
current draw of the ballast to determine the
number of ballasts that can be connected (round
down). Next, divide 80% of the circuit breaker
rating by the normal operating current (round
down) of a ballast. The first is normally the limiting
factor in determining the allowable number of a
ballasts on a circuit.
In retrofits, higher wattage lamps and ballasts are
usually replaced with better
performing lower wattage
lamps and ballasts.
Circuit loading is
rarely an issue as
long as the circuit
was properly loaded
initially.
Agency Certifications:
This is one of the most common Underwriters
Laboratories marks. If a product carries
this mark, it means UL found that
samples of this product met its safety
requirements. These requirements are
primarily based on UL’s own published
Standards for Safety.
Consumers rarely see this mark, because it is for
components that are part of a larger
product or system. These components
may have restrictions on their
performance or may be incomplete
in construction. The Component Recognition
marking is found on a wide range of products,
including some switches, power supplies, printed
wiring boards, some kinds of industrial control
equipment and thousands of other products.
The UL Recognized Component Mark, for components
certified by UL to meet both Canadian and U.S.
requirements, became effective
in 1998. Although UL had
not originally planned to
introduce a combined
Recognized Component Mark, the popularity of
the Canada/U.S. Listing and Classification Marks
among clients with UL certifications for both
countries has led to the new mark.
This is one of the most common Canadian
Standards Association (CSA) marks. If a product
carries this mark, it means CSA found that
samples of this product met its safety
requirements. These requirements are
primarily based on CSA’s own
published Standards for Safety.
Circuit Loading Comparison
277V Multi-tap
277V Opti-Wave 277V Opti-Wave
277V Multi-tap
Opti-Wave Open Circuit
Open Circuit
Systems
Opti-Wave
Current or Starting
Current
Per Breaker
Operating Current
Current Max
277V CWA
Operating
Current
277V CWA
Systems Per
Breaker
277V Opti-Wave
Operating
Current
125W, M150
0.55
29
0.55
0.85
23
Not Available
Not Available
Not Available
175W, M137/M152
0.80
20
0.75
1.05
19
0.80
1.10
18
200W, M136
0.85
18
0.80
1.25
16
0.90
1.15
17
250W, M138/M153
1.10
14
1.10
1.35
14
1.20
1.40
14
320W, M132/M154
1.40
11
1.40
1.70
11
1.45
1.80
11
350W, M131
1.55
10
1.50
1.90
10
1.60
2.00
10
400W, M135/M155
1.75
9
1.70
2.10
9
1.75
2.20
9
450W, M 144
1.90
8
1.90
2.30
8
2.00
2.50
8
Lamp
Type
Note: 16A max continuous load and 20A max short term load used to calculate systems/breaker
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Breaker
Introduction
Capacitors and Ignitors
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
1.00"
(25.4 mm)
D
IGNITOR– ROUND
E
1.25 in
.250
.605
.200
2.610
WIDTH
Lamp Shape Comparison
Standard
Metal Halide
Additional
Ballasts
1.32"
(33.5 mm)
2.75
1.250
BLUE
0.25"
(6.3 mm)
END VIEW
2.16" (55 mm)
IGNITOR– OVAL
F
IGNITOR– OVAL
G
2.06"
(52.3mm)
IGNITOR- BVS-046
H
2.06"
(52.3mm)
2.45"
(62.2mm)
2 in
2 in
3 in
2.30"
(58.4mm)
1.16"
(29.5mm)
2.30"
(58.4mm)
1.48"
(37.6mm)
1.48"
(37.6mm)
WD
2.97
2.75
2.97
2.97
2.75
2.97
2.75
2.97
2.97
3.72
3.72
2.97
2.97
3.72
3.72
3.72
3.610
LAMPS:
MHDE
Double
Ended
MBIL S
Double
Ended
G12
Bi Pin
T12
Tubular
ED17
Elliptical
Dimpled
T15
Tubular
EDX17
Narrow Neck
(open fixture)
ED28
Elliptical Dimpled
T25
Tubular
ED37
Elliptical Dimpled
BT37
Blown Tubular
BT56
Blown Tubular
BASES:
Bi Pin
Ceramic Base
RSC
Recessed
Single Contact
Fc2
Ceramic
MED
Medium Base
(E26)
MOG
Mogul Base
(E39)
Open Fixture
Mogul Base
(EX39)
POMB
Position Oriented
Mogul Base
(EP39)
Product
Index
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Information
European
Product
DIA
1.97
1.62
1.97
1.97
1.62
1.97
1.62
1.97
1.97
2.03
2.03
1.97
1.97
2.03
2.03
2.03
1.62
1.16"
(29.5mm)
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
HT
3.00
3.25
3.68
3.37
3.87
4.00
3.37
2.87
4.00
4.94
6.00
4.37
3.87
4.44
4.37
4.37
3.00
YELLOW
Selection
Guide
(Inches)
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
WD
1.38
1.60
1.75
1.75
1.38
1.49
1.49
1.97
1.38
1.49
1.80
1.75
.930
3.50
(88.9mm)
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A13
A14
HT
3.93
3.93
3.93
4.88
2.73
2.73
3.93
4.88
2.93
4.88
3.69
4.60
WHITE/RED
OVAL DIA.
WIDTH
(Inches)
POLARIZED
QUICK DISCONECT
.132
2.315
1.750
2.25 in
C
HEIGHT
IGNITOR– ROUND
3.00"(76mm)
HEIGHT
IGNITOR– OVAL
TOP VIEW
0.58" (15 mm)
B
Applications
A
CAPACITOR– OIL FILLED
4.75"(121mm)
4.25" (108 mm)
CAPACITOR– DRY FILM
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Brackets
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Core & Coil Welded Brackets
Applications
These brackets are supplied as an option by adding a “B” suffix to the ballast product number
1500-2000W
4 x 6 Core T&L
Small Core E&I Reactors
(3/4, 7/8, and 1 in)
A
B
.28"
.75"
1.51"
4.50"
.31"
1.51"
Selection
Guide
3.19"
4"
6.75"
7.75"
4 x 4, 4 x 6 Core T&L
3.75 x 4.5 Core E&I Reactors
C
Uni-Form®
Systems
2x400W-1000W
4 x 6 Core T&L
3 x 4 Core T&L
D
.28"
1.25"
E
.28"
1"
2.75"
5.38"
3.98"
6.50"
5.10"
.88"
.28"
.88"
6.63"
Specialty
Lamps
Core & Coil Adjustable Mounting Brackets, Included with Capacitor and Bracket Kits
Standard
Metal Halide
7.75"
F
These brackets along with appropriate hardware are supplied as an option by adding a “K” suffix to the ballast product number
3 x 4 Core T&L
Small Core E&I Reactors (3/4, 7/8, and 1 in)
4 x 4, 4 x 6 Core T&L
3.75 x 4.5 Core E&I Reactors
G
1.33"
.31"
1.19"
.28"
4.25"
5.75"
5.50"
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
7.25"
Core & Coil Adapter Mounting Bracket Kits
These brackets along with appropriate hardware are available in kits
BCK-015
To mount 3.75 x 4.5 Core E&I Reactors
in fixtures with a 4 x 4 T&L footprint
4.75"
4.38"
H
BCK-017
To mount 3.75 x 4.5 Core E&I Reactors
in fixtures with a 4 x 6 T&L footprint
3.94"
3.5"
I
J
6"
5.38"
.653"
3.84"
Technical
Information
4.21"
Product
Index
BCK-016
To mount 1 in Core E&I Reactors in
fixtures with a 3 x 4 T&L footprint
2.5"
2.44"
4.21" 3.84"
3.75"
3.84"
3"
4.50"
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Glossary of Terms
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Applications
Arc Tube: A completely sealed quartz or
ceramic tube where the electrical discharge
(arc) occurs and light is generated
Selection
Guide
Ballast Factor: The ratio of the luminous flux
of a lamp on a ballast at the rated supply
voltage to the flux on a reference ballast. It
can also be determined by the ratio of the
actual wattage of a reference lamp divided by
the rated lamp wattage
Ignitor: An electronic device which provides,
by itself or in combination with other circuit
components, the appropriate electrical
conditions to start a discharge lamp
Economic Life: The number of hours a group
of lamps will burn before it is economically
and aesthetically advisable to group relamp
(typically 60% to 75% of rated life)
Initial Lumens: The light output of a lamp at
rated power on a reference ballast after 100
hours of operation
Efficacy (Lamp): A ratio of lamp lumens
to lamp power measured in lumens per
watt (LPW)
Lag Ballast: A magnetic ballast having a lagging
lamp current with respect to the supply
voltage. Current limiting is primarily inductive;
holds lamp power reasonably constant with
respect to lamp voltage variations
Extinction Voltage (North America): The
RMS value of supply voltage at which a
reference lamp extinguishes when the supply
voltage is slowly reduced from its rated value.
The ANSI procedure calls for a 2 to 3%
reduction in supply voltage per second
Fixture Requirements: The type of fixture a
lamp requires; i.e., enclosed or open
Ballast Power Factor: Power consumed by
the lamp and ballast (watts) divided by the
product of line voltage and line current
(‘volt-amps’ or ‘VA’); It is a measure of power
quality and of concern to utilities
Formed Body Arc Tube: Precisely
reproducible ellipsoidal arc tube formed by
pressurizing molten quartz inside a mold;
produces consistent arc tubes with higher
efficacy and improved color uniformity
BTL : The distance from ballast to lamp
HID: High Intensity Discharge lamps; includes
metal halide, mercury vapor and high
pressure sodium
Burning Position: The position or orientation
in which a lamp operates
Cold Start Time: The amount of time from
the application of ballast voltage to ignition
of the arc discharge
Color Rendering Index (CRI or Ra): A
measure of a light source’s ability to render
colors relative to a standard of 100
Constant Wattage Autotransformer (CWA)
Ballast: A magnetic autotransformer lead
ballast circuit incorporating a capacitor in
series with the lamp; compared to other
ballasts, the CWA regulates over a wider
input voltage range, holding lamp current
nearly constant
Constant Wattage Isolated (CWI) Ballast:
A magnetic lead ballast circuit incorporating
a fully-isolated secondary winding; it has a
capacitor in series with the lamp and the
same performance features as the
CWA ballast
Correlated Color Temperature (CCT): The
perceived “color” of the light emitted by a
lamp expressed in Kelvin (K) units
High-Power-Factor (HPF) Ballast: A ballast
designed so that the input power factor is not
less than 90% when the ballast is operated at
the rated supply voltage using an appropriate
reference lamp
Input Power: See System Power
Lamp Power Factor: Power consumed by
the lamp divided by the product of RMS lamp
voltage and RMS lamp current; it is less than
unity on magnetic ballasts operating at 50
or 60 hz
Lamp Voltage: The RMS voltage at which
lamps operate when they are fully warmed up
Lamp Power: The power consumed by
a lamp after warm-up, measured in watts
Lamp Regulation: The ratio of lamp
power to lamp voltage often expressed
in graphical format
Lead Ballast: A magnetic ballast having a
leading lamp current with respect to the
supply voltage; current limiting is
accomplished by means of an inductor as
well as a capacitor connected in series
with the lamp; this includes CWA and
CWI ballasts
High Reactance Autotransformer (HX)
Ballast: An autotransformer lag circuit that
uses a magnetic shunt path between primary
and secondary coils to control reactance; has
operating characteristics similar to those of
a reactor and has input taps to accept a wide
range of supply voltages
Light Center Length (LCL): The distance
from the center of the visible arc discharge
to the bottom contact of the base
Hot Restart or Restrike Time: The time from
lamp extinction after a supply voltage
interruption to lamp re-start
Lumens: A measurement of light; takes into
account the human eye sensitivity curve so
that more weight is given to the yellow-green
part of the light spectrum (photopic)
Line Regulation: The ratio of lamp power
to ballast input voltage often expressed
as a percentage
Lumen Maintenance: The lumen output
of a lamp at a given operating time or a
percentage of 100 hour lumens at that time
Lumens Per Watt (LPW): See Efficacy
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Index
Technical
Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Ballast Characteristic Curve: The curve of
lamp wattage vs. lamp voltage over a range
of normal lamp voltages when an HID ballast
is operated at a given supply voltage
Uni-Form®
Systems
Ballast: A device that, by means of
resistance, inductance, capacitance or
electronic elements, singly or in combination,
controls the current, voltage and waveform to
the required values for proper lamp starting
and operation
Current Crest Factor: The ratio of the
peak-to-rms value of lamp current; metal
halide magnetic ballast values range from
1.5 to 1.8
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Applications
Maximum Overall Length (MOL): The
maximum allowable distance from the top of
the glass bulb to the end contact of the base
Mean Lumens: Light output at 40% of rated
lamp life
Selection
Guide
Normal (Low) Power-Factor (NPF) Ballast:
A ballast designed so that the input power
factor is less than 90% when the ballast is
operated at the rated supply voltage using
a reference lamp
Open Circuit Current (Line): The RMS
current measured at the input terminals of a
ballast with lamp removed or inoperative
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Open Circuit Voltage, Ballast (OCV): The
voltage across the output terminals of a
ballast when no load is connected (RMS,
unless otherwise stated)
Standard
Metal Halide
Sustaining Voltage: The instantaneous
voltage available to the lamp from the
ballast at the time the lamp current passes
through zero
Rated Life: The number of operating hours
at which 50% of most metal halide lamps or
70% to 80% for some Uni-Form® pulse start
lamps initially installed will still be operating
Rated Supply Voltage: The input voltage for
which a ballast is designed to operate and to
which performance characteristics are
referred
Reactor Ballast: A lag ballast with a single
input voltage tap
Operating Voltage: See Lamp Voltage
Restrike: To re-ignite the arc of a HID lamp
Opti-Wave Ballast: A Venture lag
(magnetic) or electronic ballast designed with
a low current crest factor for improved lamp
performance. Opti-Wave lag ballasts are also
optimized for low open circuit current
S/P Ratio: The ratio of photopic lumens to
scotopic lumens. See page 90
Photopic Light: Describes lumen values
measured using the high luminance eye
sensitivity function centered at 555 nm
(yellow-green) applicable during normal
daytime lighting conditions
Additional
Ballasts
Quad-tap Ballast: A magnetic lag ballast
with input voltage taps for four standard
voltages - 120, 208, 240 and 277 volts
Regulated Lag Ballast: A lag ballast with
a third coil for improved lamp power
regulation
Peak Lead Ballast: A CWA ballast that
produces a highly peaked open circuit
voltage wave shape and a peaked current
wave shape
Position Oriented Mogul Base (POMB):
Used with horizontally operating probe start
lamps; has an alignment pin in the base for
proper lamp orientation when installed into a
EP39 socket
European
Product
Starting Pulse: A high-voltage, low-energy
pulse superimposed on the open circuit
voltage of some HID ballasts to aid in
starting a lamp
Operating Current (Line): The RMS current
measured at the input terminals of a ballast
which is operating a reference lamp
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Technical
Information
Product
Index
Pulse Start Lamp: Specially designed metal
halide lamp that requires a high voltage
pulse for starting; has improved lumen
maintenance
Power Factor (Ballast): The ratio of the
ballast input power (watts) divided by the
product of the rms ballast supply voltage
and ballast supply current
Pulse Start CWA Ballast: A CWA ballast
using an ignitor to start the lamp
Scotopic Light: Describes lumen values
measured using the low luminance eye
sensitivity function centered at 507 nm
(blue-green) applicable during dark nighttime
lighting conditions
Short-Circuit Current (Ballast): The current
at the output terminals of a ballast when the
output is shorted (rms, unless otherwise
stated)
Shroud: A quartz cylinder surrounding the
arc tube of a metal halide lamp; designed to
reduce the damage to the outer bulb if an arc
tube rupture occurs; usually required to pass
the ANSI Type-O containment test
Spectral Power Distribution: The
distribution of radiant power (watts) of
a lamp as a function of wavelength (nm)
Starter: See Ignitor
Starting Current (Line): The RMS current
measured through the input terminals of the
ballast 5 to 15 seconds after the lamp
has started
System Power: The power measured at the
input terminals of a ballast while is operating
a reference lamp
Tipless Arc Tube: An arc tube made without
an auxiliary exhaust tube for dosing gases
and other ingredients
Type-E Lamps (Enclosed Rated Lamps):
Lamps that must be used in enclosed
luminaires which meet the requirements
of UL1598. See page 94
Type-S Lamps: Lamps that are considered
“suitable” for open luminaire operation, only
if operated in the vertical ±15° position; Do
not meet ANSI criteria for containment and
must be turned off at least once per week for
a minimum of 15 minutes if operated
continuously; These lamps must be replaced
at or before reaching rated lamp life.
See page 94
Type-O Lamps (Open Rated Lamps):
Lamps that can be operated in open or
enclosed luminaires within the manufacturer’s
specified operating position limits; Meet the
ANSI criteria for containment-rated operation
and do not need to be shut off weekly;
Special exclusionary sockets are available for
these lamps to ensure that the wrong lamp
type is not used. See page 94
Warm-Up Time: The amount of time from
ignition of the lamp to 90% of full light output
Watts: A measure of energy (in joules) being
used or emitted each second
UL “Temp code”: An Underwriters
Laboratories (UL) alphabetic temperature
code for ballasts which designates a range
of temperature rise of wire over ambient
temperature. The code is found on the label
directly following the number 1029X, where X
is the appropriate alphabetic character
1106
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PRODUCT FINDER KEY
Your lamp has an imprinted code that identifies the important features
you need to select a replacement. A complete explanation appears below.
The ballast product number gives you complete information about the ballast.
An explanation appears below.
Lamp Description Example: MP 150W/C/U/ED28/PS/3K
Lamp Type: 150 watt Uni-Form® lamp, ANSI Type-O, universal burning, coated
Ballast Description Example: V90D1434K
MP
150W
C
U
ED28
PS
3K
Metal halide
type
Lamp
wattage
Outer
jacket
finish
Operating
position
Bulb shape
and diameter,
if non-standard
Pulse start
lamp
Color
temperature
family
Lamps designed for base up
( ±15°) operating position
V
Lamps designed for a vertical
( ±15°) operating position
C
Lamps with a coated
(diffuse) outer jacket
DE
Double ended lamp
ED## Bulb shape and diameter
in 1/8 in. (i.e. diameter of
ED28 is 3.5 in.)
EL
H75
HBD
HBU
HOR
LU
A Uni-Form lamp designed for
operation on electronic ballasts
in dimming applications
Lamps designed for
horizontal operation (±75°
from horizontal)
Lamps designed for horizontal
to base down operating
position (typically base down
±90°, except 1500W which is
base down ±105°)
Lamps designed for horizontal
to base up operating position
(or base up ±90°, except
1500W which is base up ±105°)
Horizontal high-performance
probe start lamps designed for
horizontal ±45° operation;
uses POM base
White-Lux® lamp - MH lamp
for use with HPS ballast
MBIL High wattage, double
ended lamp
MED
Medium base
MH
Metal halide, typically
universal “U”, “HBU”
or “HBD” operating
positions
90
D
14
3
4
K
Ballast
Type
Voltage
Lamp Type,
ANSI Code
Circuit
Design
Version
Suffix
BALLAST DESCRIPTION CODES
Ballast Type
90 Core and Coil
LAMP DESCRIPTION CODES
BU
V
Venture
MP
Uni-Form lamps with
a protected (shrouded)
arc tube designed for open
luminaires
MPI
Lamps with a protected
(shrouded) arc tube designed
to replace standard (probe start)
lamps in open luminaires
MS
High output MH lamps for
dedicated operating positions
PS
Pulse start lamp
U
Universal operating position
UVS
UV Shield® lamps with
reduced ultraviolet output
27K
2700K correlated color
temperature
3K
3000K - 3200K correlated
color temperature
4K
3700K - 4000K correlated
color temperature
5K
5000K correlated color
temperature
6K
6500K correlated color
temperature
10K
10,000K correlated color
temperature
950
Natural White™ lamp,
5000K, high CRI (90+) lamps
Voltage
B 120
C 120/208/240
D 120/208/240/277
E 120/240
H 120/277
J 120/277/347
P 208
U 277
V 347
Y 480
Z 600
AA 277/347/480
AS 347/600
Lamp Type and ANSI Code
10
35W HPS
S76
11
50W HPS
S68
12
70W HPS
S62
13
100W HPS
S54
14 150W HPS (55V)
S55
16
200W HPS
S66
17
250W HPS
S50
19
400W HPS
S51
23
1000W HPS
S52
55
575W MH
M178
57
50W PS MH
M110
58
70W PS MH
M98
59
100W PS MH
M90
60 150W PS MH (DE)
M81
61 175W MH/150W MH M57/M107
62
250W MH
M58
63
2X400W MH
M59
64 400W MH/360W MH M59/M165
65
1000W MH
M47
66
1500W MH
M48
67 2000W PS MH (DE) M134
Lamp Type and ANSI Code
Continued
69
1650W MH
M112
71
150W PS MH
M102
72
175W PS MH
M152
73
200W PS MH
M136
74
320W PS MH
M154
75
350W PS MH
M131
76
400W PS MH
M155
78
1000W PS MH
M141
81 70W PS MH (DE)
M85
82 100W PS MH (DE)
M91
83 250W PS MH (DE)
M80
84
250W PS MH
M153
85
450W PS MH
M144
86
875W PS MH
M166
87
300W PS MH
M151
88
125W PS MH
M150
91
2X1000W MH
M47
Circuit Type
1 CWA
2 Reactor
3 HX (Lag HPF)
4 HX (Lag NPF)
5 CWI
Suffix
B with welded bracket
C with capacitor
K pre-wired with capacitor, ignitor if
required, & adapter mounting kit
T with 120V tap
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Information
European
Product
Additional
Ballasts
Standard
Metal Halide
Specialty
Lamps
Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
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Specialty
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Uni-Form®
Systems
Selection
Guide
Applications
PRODUCT FINDER KEY
Watts
Part
Number
Product
Description
50
50
50
50
50
50
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
125
125
125
125
125
125
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
52312
13093
10226
10381
32100
30041
78138
12180
90170
16017
40389
67115
45424
14611
22466
52983
12108
60248
16786
79470
27266
15823
18463
67868
79986
96267
11278
96770
11245
29112
22145
89887
76602
35638
61914
13341
43319
25813
99584
94986
13556
21344
22455
22888
22522
80039
58963
32147
MH 50W/U/PS
MH 50W/C/U/PS
MP 50W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 50W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 50W/U/UVS/PS
MP 50W/C/U/UVS/PS
MH 70W/U/PS
MH 70W/C/U/PS
MH 70W/C/U/PS/3K
MH 70W/U/ED28/PS
MP 70W/U/UVS/PS
MP 70W/C/U/UVS/PS
MP 70W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 70W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 70W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS/3K
HIT 70W/G12/UVS/4K
HIT 70W/G12/UVS/3K
MH-DE 70W/UVS/4K
MH-DE 70W/UVS/3K
MH-DE 70W/UVS/FS/6K
MH 100W/U/PS
MH 100W/C/U/PS
MH 100W/C/U/PS/3K
MH 100W/U/ED28/PS
MH 100W/C/U/ED28/PS
MP 100W/U/UVS/PS
MP 100W/C/U/UVS/PS
MP 100W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 100W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 100W/C/V/UVS/PS/27K
MP 100W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS/3K
HIT 100W/G12/UVS/4K
MH 125W/HBU/PS
MH 125W/C/HBU/PS
MH 125W/HBU/ED28/PS
MP 125W/BU/UVS/PS
MP 125W/C/BU/UVS/PS
MP 125W/V/ED28/UVS/PS
MH 150W/U/PS
MH 150W/C/U/PS
MH 150W/U/ED28/PS
MH 150W/C/U/ED28/PS
MP 150W/U/UVS/PS
MP 150W/C/U/UVS/PS
MP 150W/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 150W/C/U/UVS/PS/3K
MP 150W/U/ED28/UVS/PS
MP 150W/C/U/ED28/UVS/PS
Catalog
Section
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Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Specialty
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Page
Number
Watts
Part
Number
Product
Description
38
38
38
38
38
38
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
69
69
69
69
69
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
69
41
41
41
41
41
41
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
42
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
44810
39083
69559
48339
25779
12106
74756
11295
29963
16497
34691
68475
68246
40335
70136
88791
96627
79881
15556
63187
40335
55087
20981
70310
52522
57330
32519
60811
60812
57739
70345
70764
22147
59174
44872
49621
81365
81054
64658
32658
91051
24785
10206
33479
63897
88353
54843
84727
MH 150W/U/EM
MH 150W/C/U/EM
MH 150W/U/ED28/EM
MPI 150W/BU/ED28/EM
HIT 150W/G12/UVS/4K
HIT 150W/G12/UVS/3K
MH-DE 150W/UVS/4K
MH-DE 150W/UVS/3K
MH-DE 150W/UVS/FS/6K
MS 175W/BU/MED/PS
MS 175W/C/BU/MED/PS
MS 175W/BU/PS
MS 175W/C/BU/PS
MH 175W/U/T15
MH 175W/U/T15/10K
MH 175W/U
MH 175W/C/U
MH 175W/U/5K
MH 175W/U/MED
MH 175W/C/U/MED
MH 175W/U/T15
MS 175W/BU
MS 175W/C/BU/3K
MS 175W/BU/MED
MS 175W/C/BU/MED/3K
MS 175W/HOR
MPI 175W/BU
MS 200W/BU/MED/PS
MS 200W/C/BU/MED/PS
MS 200W/V/PS
MS 200W/C/V/PS
MS 200W/H75/T15/PS
MP 200W/V/UVS/PS
MP 200W/C/V/UVS/PS
MP 200W/C/V/UVS/PS/3K
MS 250W/V/PS
MS 250W/C/V/PS
MS 250W/H75/PS
MP 250W/BU/UVS/PS
MP 250W/C/BU/UVS/PS
MS 250W/BU/LU
MPI 250W/BU/LU
MPI 250W/C/BU/LU
MH 250W/U/T15
MH 250W/U/T15/10K
MS 250W/HOR/T15
MS 250W/HOR/T15/3K
MH-DE 250W/3K/Fc2
Catalog
Section
Page
Number
Specialty
65
Specialty
65
Specialty
65
Specialty
65
Specialty
69
Specialty
69
Specialty
69
Specialty
69
Specialty
69
Uni-Form
43
Uni-Form
43
Uni-Form
43
Uni-Form
43
Specialty
68
Specialty
68,72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Standard
72
Uni-Form
44
Uni-Form
44
Uni-Form
44
Uni-Form
44
Uni-Form,Specialty 44,68
Uni-Form
44
Uni-Form
44
Uni-Form
44
Uni-Form
46
Uni-Form
46
Uni-Form
46
Uni-Form
46
Uni-Form
46
Specialty
66
Specialty
66
Specialty
66
Specialty
68
Specialty,Standard 68,72
Specialty
68
Specialty
68
Specialty
69
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Watts
Part
Number
Product
Description
Catalog
Section
Page
Number
Watts
Part
Number
Product
Description
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
72748
22468
63052
61290
27252
33479
36297
18477
94883
88353
54843
60722
60723
19523
59194
77594
52236
67712
47549
79710
10103
10104
21714
32795
66506
25984
32409
28712
35698
79710
98530
98520
98389
71329
52980
64866
46959
93749
22149
44097
27845
47887
55401
44983
48952
62584
71035
33149
MH-DE 250W/4K/Fc2
Specialty
69
MH-DE 250W/4K/RSC
Specialty
69
MH 250W/U
Standard
72
MH 250W/C/U
Standard
72
MH 250W/U/5K
Standard
72
MH 250W/U/T15
Standard
72
MS 250W/BU
Standard
72
MS 250W/C/BU/3K
Standard
72
MS 250W/HOR
Standard
72
MS 250W/HOR/T15
Standard
72
MS 250W/HOR/T15/3K
Standard
72
MPI 250W/BU
Standard
72
MPI 250W/C/BU
Standard
72
MP 250W/BU/UVS/PS/EM/950 Uni-Form,Specialty 59,65
MS 320W/V/ED28/PS
Uni-Form
48
MS 320W/C/V/ED28/PS
Uni-Form
48
MS 320W/V/ED37/PS
Uni-Form
48
MS 320W/C/V/ED37/PS
Uni-Form
48
MS 320W/H75/ED28/PS
Uni-Form
48
MS 320W/H75/T15/PS
Uni-Form
48
MP 320W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
48
MP 320W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
48
MP 320W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
48
MP 320W/C/BU/ED37/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
48
MP 320W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/3K Uni-Form
48
MP 320W/V/EL/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
48
MP 320W/C/V/EL/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
48
MP 320W/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
Uni-Form
58
MP 320W/C/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
Uni-Form
58
MS 320W/H75/T15/PS
Uni-Form,Specialty 48,68
MP 320W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950 Uni-Form,Specialty 59,65
MP 320W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950 Uni-Form,Specialty 59,65
MS 350W/V/PS
Uni-Form
49
MS 350W/C/V/PS
Uni-Form
49
MS 350W/V/ED28/PS
Uni-Form
49
MS 350W/C/H75/PS
Uni-Form
49
MS 350W/H75/ED28/PS
Uni-Form
49
MS 350W/H75/T15/PS
Uni-Form,Specialty 49,68
MP 350W/V/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
49
MP 350W/C/V/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
49
MP 350W/C/V/UVS/PS/3K
Uni-Form
49
MP 350W/V/ED28/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
49
MP 350W/C/V/ED28/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
49
MP 350W/V/EL/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
49
MP 350W/C/V/EL/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
49
MP 350W/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
Uni-Form
58
MP 350W/C/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
Uni-Form
58
MP 350W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950 Uni-Form,Specialty 59,65
350
360
360
360
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
450
450
450
450
575
575
750
51628
38029
67293
62274
73531
42401
85260
46416
58788
40124
55459
71642
45541
12445
88648
56745
78752
71564
95103
95527
26091
59441
52134
72190
10044
55422
55100
32225
18520
83545
36813
57540
20753
27540
40013
40509
64648
21929
24573
72315
57129
10079
10138
65072
59216
60023
60020
33940
MP 350W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950 Uni-Form,Specialty 59,65
MPI 360W/BU/EM/HO
Specialty
63,65
MPI 360W/C/BU/EM/HO
Specialty
63,65
MS 360W/BU/EM
Specialty
65
MS 400W/V/PS
Uni-Form
50
MS 400W/C/V/PS
Uni-Form
50
MS 400W/V/ED28/PS
Uni-Form
50
MS 400W/C/V/ED28/PS
Uni-Form
50
MS 400W/H75/PS
Uni-Form
50
MS 400W/H75/ED28/PS
Uni-Form
50
MS 400W/C/H75/ED28/PS
Uni-Form
50
MP 400W/BU/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
50
MP 400W/C/BU/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
50
MP 400W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
50
MP 400W/C/BU/ED28/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
50
MP 400W/V/EL/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
50
MP 400W/C/V/EL/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
50
MP 400W/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
Uni-Form
58
MP 400W/C/BU/EL/UVS/PS/950
Uni-Form
58
MPI 400W/BU/HO
Specialty,Standard 63,73
MPI 400W/C/BU/HO
Specialty,Standard 63,73
MH 400W/U/LU/ED28
Specialty
66
MS 400W/BU/LU
Specialty
66
MS 400W/C/BU/LU
Specialty
66
MPI 400W/BU/LU
Specialty
66
MH 400W/U/T15
Specialty,Standard 68,73
MS 400W/HOR/T15
Specialty,Standard 68,73
MS 400W/HOR/T15/3K
Specialty,Standard 68,73
MH 400W/U
Standard
73
MH 400W/C/U
Standard
73
MH 400W/U/5K
Standard
73
MH 400W/U/ED28
Standard
73
MH 400W/C/U/ED28
Standard
73
MH 400W/U/ED28/10K
Standard
73
MS 400W/BU/ED28
Standard
73
MS 400W/HOR
Standard
73
MS 400W/C/HOR
Standard
73
MS 400W/HOR/ED28
Standard
73
MS 400W/C/HOR/ED28
Standard
73
MP 400W/BU/ED28/UVS/PS/EM/950 Uni-Form,Specialty 59,65
MP 400W/BU/ED37/UVS/PS/EM/950 Uni-Form,Specialty 59,65
MS 450W/V/PS
Uni-Form
52
MS 450W/C/V/PS
Uni-Form
52
MP 450W/BU/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
52
MP 450W/C/BU/UVS/PS
Uni-Form
52
MP 575W/V/BT37/PS
Uni-Form
54
MP 575W/C/V/BT37/PS
Uni-Form
54
MH 750W/U/LU/BT37
Specialty
66
Product
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Information
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Specialty
Lamps
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Systems
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Watts
Part
Number
Product
Description
775
875
875
875
875
875
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
24983
22619
35426
33759
58953
41686
71722
49111
47503
53702
22417
72051
88460
35914
MP 775W/BU/PS/950
MS 875W/BU/BT37/PS
MS 875W/BD/BT37/PS
MS 875W/HOR/BT37/PS
MP 875W/BU/BT37/PS
MP 875W/C/BU/BT37/PS
MS 1000W/BU/BT37/PS
MS 1000W/HOR/T25/PS
MS 1000W/HOR/SPORT 60
MS 1000W/HOR/BT37/3K
MBIL S 1000W
MH 1000W/U
MH 1000W/C/U
MH 1000W/U/5K
Catalog
Section
Page
Number
Watts
Part
Number
Product
Description
Uni-Form
59
Uni-Form
56
Uni-Form
56
Uni-Form
56
Uni-Form
56
Uni-Form
56
Uni-Form
57
Uni-Form,Specialty 57,68
Specialty
67
Specialty
67
Specialty
70
Standard
73
Standard
73
Standard
73
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1500
1500
1500
1500
1650
2000
2000
2000
15332
89113
59982
13090
53702
47503
18360
12342
82070
22151
16419
22132
84476
17236
MH 1000W/U/BT37
MS 1000W/BU
MS 1000W/C/BU
MS 1000W/BU/BT37
MS 1000W/HOR/BT37/3K
MS 1000W/HOR/SPORT 60
MH 1500W/HBU
MH 1500W/U/XL
MS 1500W/HOR/XP/SPORT 60
MBIL S 1500W
MS 1650W/HOR/XP/SPORT 60
MBIL S 2000W
MH-DE 2000W/T9
MH-DE 2000W/T9/UVS
Catalog
Section
Page
Number
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Specialty
Product
Index
Technical
Information
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Product
Additional
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Metal Halide
Specialty
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73
73
73
73
73
67
67
67
70
67
70
70
70
Introduction
Product Index - Ballasts
Watts
Part
Number
35
35
35
35
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
125
125
125
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
V90B1020
V90B1020C
V90E1030
V90V1030
V90B1120
V90B1120C
V90E1131
V90V1131
V90E1151
V90H1132
V90D5731
V90J5731
V90H5731
V90B1222
V90B1222C
V90D1233
V90J1232
V90E1250
V90E1252
V90Z1252
V90D5832
V90J5832
V90H5832
V90B1322
V90B1322C
V90J1332
V90Z1352
V90E1350
V90D1333
V90C1353
V90U5920
V90D5932
V90J5932
V90H5932
V90U8820
V90H8811
V90D8811
V90D1435
V90C1454
V90B1422
V90B1422C
V90J1434
V90V1454T
V90Y1454
V90Z1454T
V90U7120
V90H7130
V90D7130
Product
Description
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS 120V/240V HX
HPS 347V HX
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS 120V/240V HX
HPS 347V HX
HPS120V/240V CWI
HPS DUAL HX
PS MH QUAD HX
PS MH TRI HX
PS MH DUAL HX
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS QUAD HX
HPS TRI HX
HPS 120V/240V CWI
HPS 120V/240V CWI
HPS 600V CWI
PS MH QUAD HX
PS MH TRI HX
PS MH DUAL HX
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS TRI HX
HPS 600V CWI
HPS 120V/240V CWI
HPS QUAD HX
HPS 120V/208V/240V CWI
PS MH 277 RCTR
PS MH QUAD HX
PS MH TRI HX
PS MH DUAL HX
PS MH 277 RCTR
PS MH DUAL CWA
PS MH QUAD CWA
HPS QUAD HX
HPS 120V/208V/240V CWI
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS 120V RCTR
HPS TRI HX
HPS 347V CWI
HPS 480V CWI
HPS 600V CWI
PS MH 277 RCTR
PS MH DUAL HX
PS MH QUAD HX
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Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Uni-Form®
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Page
Number
Watts
Part
Number
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
38
38
38
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
39
39
39
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
40
40
40
40
41
41
41
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
78
42
42
42
150
150
150
150
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
175
200
200
200
200
200
200
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
320
350
350
V90J7130
V90D7110
V90J7110
V90Y7110T
V90D7210
V90J7210
V90Y7210T
V90D6111
V90J6111
V90Y6111T
V90B6112
V90E6150
V90P6150T
V90Z6150
V90V1650
V90E1650
V90U7321
V90D7330
V90J7330
V90Y7330T
V90D1711
V90J1711
V90Y1711T
V90E1750
V90AS1750
V90U8421
V90D8410
V90J8410
V90Y8410T
V90D6211
V90J6211
V90Y6211
V90D6212
V90J6212
V90Y6212T
V90E6250
V90P6250T
V90Z6250
V90U7421
V90D7430
V90J7430
V90Y7430T
V90D7411
V90J7411
V90Y7411T
OPE320W
V90U7521
V90D7530
Product
Description
PS MH TRI HX
PS MH QUAD CWA
PS MH TRI CWA
PS MH 480V/120T CWA
PS MH QUAD CWA
PS MH TRI CWA
PS MH 480V/120T CWA
MH QUAD CWA
MH TRI CWA
MH 480V CWA
MH 120V CWA
MH 120V/240V CWI
MH 208V/120T CWI
MH 600V CWI
HPS 347V CWI
HPS 120/240V CWI
PS MH 277 Opti-Wave®
PS MH QUAD HX
PS MH 120/277/347 HX
PS MH 480V/120T HX
HPS QUAD CWA
HPS TRI CWA
HPS 480V/120T CWA
HPS 120/240V CWI
HPS 600/347 CWI
PS MH 277V Opti-Wave
PS MH QUAD CWA
PS MH TRI CWA
PS MH 408V/120T CWA
MH QUAD CWA
MH TRI CWA
MH 480V CWA
MH QUAD CWA
MH TRI CWA
MH 480/120T CWA
MH 120V/240V CWI
MH 208V/120T CWI
MH 600V CWI
PS MH 277V Opti-Wave
PS MH QUAD HX
PS MH 120/277/347 HX
PS MH 480V HX
PS MH QUAD CWA
PS MH TRI CWA
PS MH 480V/120T CWA
Opti-E™ electronic 208-277V
PS MH 277V Opti-Wave
PS MH QUAD HX
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Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
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Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
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Standard
Additional
Additional
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Page
Number
42
42
42
42
43
43
43
74
74
74
74
74
74
74
79
79
44
44
44
44
79
79
79
79
79
46
46
46
46
74
74
74
74
74
74
74
74
74
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
51
49
49
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Part
Number
350
350
350
350
350
350
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
430
450
450
450
450
450
575
575
V90J7530
V90Y7530T
V90D7512
V90J7512
V90Y7512T
OPE350W
V90E1950
V90P1950T
V90D1912
V90J1911
V90Y1912T
V90U7621
V90D7612
V90J7612
V90Y7612T
OPE400W
V90D6413
V90J6413
V90Y6413T
V90D6412
V90E6450
V90P6450T
V90Z6450
V90C2050
OPE450W
V90U8521
V90D8530
V90J8530
V90Y8530T
V90U5520C
V90D5530C
Product
Description
PS MH 120/277/347 HX
PS MH 480V/120T HX
PS MH QUAD CWA
PS MH TRI CWA
PS MH 480V/120T CWA
Opti-E electronic 208-277V
HPS 120V/240V CWI
HPS 208V CWI
HPS QUAD CWA
HPS 120/277/347 CWA
HPS 480V/120T CWA
PS MH 277V Opti-Wave
PS MH QUAD CWA
PS MH TRI CWA
PS MH 480V/120T CWA
Opti-E electronic 208-277V
MH QUAD CWA
MH TRI CWA
MH 480V/120T CWA
MH QUAD CWA
MH 120V/240V CWI
MH 208V/120T CWI
MH 600V CWI
HPS 120V/208V/240V CWI
Opti-E electronic 277V
PS MH 277V Opti-Wave
PS MH QUAD HX
PS MH 120/277/347 HX
PS MH 480V/120T HX
PS MH 277V Opti-Wave
PS MH QUAD HX
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Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Standard
Additional
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Page
Number
49
49
49
49
49
51
79
79
79
79
79
50
50
50
50
51
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
79
51
52
52
52
52
54
54
Watts
Part
Number
575
575
600
600
875
875
875
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1500
1500
1650
1650
2000
V90J5530C
V90Y5530C
V90D2111
V90C2150
V90Y8620
V90D8611
V90J8611
V90D2311
V90J2310
V90Z2353
V90Y2311T
V90E2353
V90D7810
V90J7810
V90Y7810T
V90D6514
V90J6514
V90Y6514T
V90E6550
V90P6550T
V90Z6550
V90D6612
V90Y6612T
V90C6910
V90AA6910
V90Y6810
Product
Description
PS MH 120/277/347 HX
PS MH 480V HX
HPS 120/208/277/480 CWA
HPS 120/208/240 CWI
PS MH 480V Opti-Wave
PS MH QUAD CWA
PS MH TRI CWA
HPS QUAD CWA
HPS TRI CWA
HPS 600V CWI
HPS 480V/120T CWA
HPS 120V/240V CWI
PS MH QUAD CWA
PS MH TRI CWA
PS MH 480V/120T CWA
MH QUAD CWA
MH TRI CWA
MH 480V/120T CWA
MH 120V/240V CWI
MH 208V CWI
MH 600V CWI
MH QUAD CWA
MH 480V CWA
MH 120V/208V/240V CWA
MH 277V/347V/480V CWA
PS MH 480V0 CWA
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Uni-Form
Additional
Additional
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Additional
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
Uni-Form
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Standard
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Standard
Standard
Standard
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56
56
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79
79
79
79
57
57
57
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
STANDARD WARRANTY
Limited Warranty on Lamps:
Venture Lighting statement on lamp life
For years, most lamp manufacturers have used typical life
expectancy as the basis for lamp replacements under warranty.
Venture Lighting International understands the parameters
involved in life expectancy and also uses typical life expectancy
curves as part of their lamp warranty. Venture is aware of their
customers’ needs and offers additional warranty protection.
Warranty
1. Upon receipt and/or initial installation by the customer, Venture
Lighting International will replace any lamp determined to be
defective in materials, workmanship or proper operating
parameters.
2. Venture Lighting will replace any lamp that fails within one year
from the purchase date (based on 5000 hrs/yr operation) when
the failure is determined to be lamp related. (Applies to lamps
with life ratings of greater than 7500 hours.)
3. During economic life, Venture Lighting will supply replacement
lamps for failed lamps in excess of the failure rate projected by
life expectancy curves when the lamps are operated correctly
and in accordance with the guidelines outlined in this technical
guide.
Lamp Performance
All performance ratings are based on lamp testing at rated watts,
under controlled conditions, using primary AC electrical circuits
with the highest quality auxiliary equipment. The performance of
any lamp may vary somewhat under typical service conditions.
All lamp specifications and ratings are subject to change without
notice.
Limited Warranty on Ballasts:
Venture® ballast products are warrantied free from manufacturing
and workmanship defects for a period of two years from the date
of shipment. During this period, Venture will, at its option, repair
or replace ballast products which prove to be defective or out of
specification. This warranty is granted by Venture only to the
original purchaser or first end-user of such ballast products.
This warranty is conditional upon installation, maintenance and
operation in accordance with Venture’s instructions and specifications set forth in the purchase order or contract at the time of
order and in accordance with the standards of The National
Electric Code (NEC), Underwriters’ Laboratory, Inc. (UL) and the
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and, in Canada,
with the standards of the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
Damage by misuse or abnormal conditions of storage, installation, maintenance or operation, including, but not limited to,
excessive temperatures or evidence of partial or complete disassembly beyond normal maintenance or expansion procedure void
this warranty in its entirety. The conditions of any tests performed concerning any ballast product claimed to be defective in
accordance with the terms of this warranty shall be mutually
agreed upon in writing between the original purchaser or first
end-user and Venture and Venture may be represented at any
such test.
No implied statutory warranty of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose shall apply beyond the afore-mentioned warranty period. This warranty excludes other warranties, expressed
or implied and is the exclusive remedy of the claimant. Venture
shall not be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages. Venture’s liability on any claim of any kind, nature or
description arising out of, resulting from or concerning any
aspect of this warranty agreement or from the product or services furnished hereunder shall not exceed the price of the specific
ballast or ballasts which give rise to the claim. For warranty
service or repair, the buyer shall prepay all shipping charges to
Venture and Venture shall pay shipping charges to return the
repaired or replaced item to the buyer. However, the buyer shall
pay all shipping charges, duties and taxes for products returned
to Venture from a country other than that of the United States of
America.
Product replacement/liability limits
The foregoing warranty shall be the sole and exclusive remedy of
the purchaser and Venture’s sole and exclusive remedy to the
purchaser. NO WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR ANY SPECIFIC
OR PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS MADE OR IS TO BE IMPLIED.
NO OTHER WARRANTY APPLIES. Venture will not, under any
circumstance, whether as a result of breach of contract, warranty
tort or otherwise, be liable for any costs or damages, including
lost profits or revenues, incidental, special or consequential damages.
Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights and you may also have other rights which may vary
from state to state and province to province. No distributor,
salesperson, dealer, retailer or other representative has the
authority to change or modify this warranty, either orally or in
writing, in any respect.
Dimming Policy
Warranty policy on the dimming of Venture Lighting International
metal halide lamps:
SCOPE: Venture Lighting metal halide lamps can only be step or
bi-level dimmed by the switched capacitance method on a CWA
or CWI ballast. Line voltage and electronic dimming systems are
not covered by this policy. Contact Venture Lighting for further
information.
WARRANTY POLICY: Venture Lighting International, Inc. agrees
to extend a limited one-year warranty on lamp life to lamps operated on dimmable control gear, provided the following conditions
are met:
1) A lamp must never be started by a ballast in the dimmed operating mode.
2) During any lamp start (cold or hot restart), the ballast must
meet all of the requirements for starting and sustaining a lamp
described in ANSI lamp standard C78.43.
3) The lamp must be allowed to warm up for at least 10 minutes
after the lamp has started (20 minutes for lamp wattages
greater than 450). Only then can dimming begin.
4) For system design purposes an ANSI reference lamp cannot
be dimmed below 50% of the rated lamp wattage at 90%
input voltage for CWA or CWI ballasts.
5) Operating position requirements are
• Base up ±15°, only, for probe start or pulse start lamps
designated as U, BU, HBU
• Vertical ±15°, only, for pulse start lamps designated as U, V
• Base down ±15°, only, for pulse start lamps designated as
BD, HBD
• No Horizontal dimming.
6) The ballast input voltage must be kept within the accepted line
voltage range for the ballast type (±10% for CWA or CWI
ballasts) at all times in dim and full power modes
7) The dimming device should not allow the ballast current crest
factor to exceed 1.8.
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320, 350, 400, 450
150, 175, 200, 250
50, 70, 100, 125
575, 775, 875
Magnetic Ballasts
Electronic Ballasts
“ONE CALL” WARRANTY
Venture’s “One Call” limited warranty program is first in the
industry in its comprehensive system coverage. It doubles the
warranty period on lamps and ballasts purchased and installed
as part of the Uni-Form® pulse start system. Since Venture
designs and manufactures the lamps and ballasts, customers
who purchase a complete system need to make only “one call”
to receive full service on any component from Venture’s team of
technical experts. This means no finger pointing; one source, one
call to 1-800-451-2606 for service. Technical assistants will
answer all your questions.
Warranty Activation/Service Claims –
You Must Register
To activate the One Call warranty, Venture must receive a
completed registration form within 30 days after installation of
the Uni-Form system. You may complete the registration form
on Venture’s web site at www.venturelighting.com or call our
toll-free number to have the form sent to you. Venture will send
an acknowledgment for each registration received. For
information, service, technical assistance or replacement claims,
call the One Call toll-free number at 1-800-451-2606. If a lamp
or ballast in the Uni-Form system fails to operate within the
warranty period (based on a maximum 5000hrs./yr operation and
normal mortality), Venture will provide a free replacement. No
reimbursement for labor is made for lamp or ballast replacement.
Warranty Terms And Conditions
Venture’s One Call warranty covers lamps and ballasts purchased
and installed together as a Uni-Form system. The installation
must be operated under proper environmental conditions and in
accordance with current National Electrical Code, Underwriters
Laboratory and ANSI specifications. This warranty will be voided
if conditions demonstrate abnormal use or stress, such as
operating temperatures in excess of maximum rated
temperatures, under/over voltage conditions, excessive switching
cycles or operating hours or improper lamp or ballast installation.
The lamp warranty will be voided if Venture® lamps are replaced
with any other manufacturer’s lamps. The entire warranty will
be voided if Venture ballasts are replaced with any other
manufacturer’s ballasts.
Product Replacement/liability Limits
The foregoing warranty shall be the sole and exclusive remedy
of the purchaser and Venture’s sole and exclusive remedy to the
purchaser. NO WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR ANY SPECIFIC
OR PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS MADE OR IS TO BE IMPLIED.
NO OTHER WARRANTY APPLIES. Venture will not, under any
circumstance, whether as a result of breach of contract or
warranty tort, or otherwise, be liable for any costs or damages,
including lost profits or revenues, incidental, special or
consequential damages.
Venture reserves the right to examine all failed lamps and ballasts
purchased as part of a Uni-Form system.
Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation
or exclusion may not apply to you. No distributor, salesperson,
dealer, retailer or other representative has the authority to change
or modify this warranty, either orally or in writing, in any respect.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
have other rights which may vary from state to state and
province to province.
Standard One Call
Warranty System
Period
Warranty
One Year
Two Years
One Year
Two Years
One Year
One Year
One Year
Two Years
Two Years
Five Years
Two Years
Three Years
ONE CALL
LIMITED
SYSTEM
WARRANTY
Product
Index
Technical
Information
Warranty Information
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North America
Europe:
and World Headquarters:
Middle-East:
South Africa:
Venture Lighting International
32000 Aurora Road
Solon, Ohio 44139 USA
800-451-2606
440-248-3510
Fax: 800-451-2605
[email protected]
www.venturelighting.com
Venture Lighting Europe Ltd.
Trinity Court, Batchworth Island
Church Street
Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
England WD3 1RT
+(44) 0845-2302222
Fax: +(44) 0845-2302077
[email protected]
www.venturelightingeurope.com
Venture Lighting
International FZE
P.O. Box 16994
Jebel Ali
Dubai, U.A.E.
(971-4) 883-7370
Fax: (971-4) 883-7371
[email protected]
Venture Lighting
South Africa (PTY.) LTD.
Suite 134, Postnet Bag X18
Tokai, 7966, Cape Town
South Africa
+(27) 021-712-4274
Fax: +(27) 021-712-3531
[email protected]
Canada:
Australia:
New Zealand:
India:
Venture Lighting
6889 Rexwood Road
Unit 6 & 7
Missisaugua, Ontario L4V1R2
Canada
1-800-265-2690
Fax:1-800-668-0393
[email protected]
Venture Lighting
Australia
110 Lewis Road
Wantirna South
Victoria 3152 Australia
+(61) 3 9800 5600
Fax: +(61) 3 9800 5533
[email protected]
Advanced Lighting
Technologies NZ LTD
8 Boeing Place, Mt Maunganui
P.O.Box 11, Tauranga
New Zealand
+(64) 09-07 579 0163
Fax: +(64) 09-07 579 0164
[email protected]
Venture Lighting India
Plot No. A30
D5 Phase II Zone B, MEPZ
Tambaram, Chennai
India 600045
+(91) 44-2383094
+(91) 44-2385567
Fax +(91) 44-2385569
Latin America:
Singapore:
Japan:
Venture Lighting International
5805 Blue Lagoon Drive
Suite 395
Miami, Florida 33126
USA
305-269-8114
Fax: 305-269-8727
[email protected]
Advanced Lighting Technologies
Asia Pte Ltd.
Block 4008, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10
#04-06, Techplace I.
Singapore 569625
(65) 844-2338
Fax: (65) 844-2339
[email protected]
Venture Lighting
Japan, Inc.
Bunmeido Bldg. 6F
16-5, Taito 3-Chome
Taito-Ku, Tokyo 110
(81) 03-3839-5711
Fax (81) 03-3839-3724
[email protected]
© 2006 Venture Lighting International Solon, Ohio 44139
Venture, Uni-Form, UV Shield, Opti-Wave, Opti-E, White-Lux, Energy Master, Smartpac, e-Lamp, Smart Ignitor, Natural White and “The World Leader In Metal Halide Technology” are trademarks or registered trademarks of Venture Lighting International.
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