Final thesis report - Penn State Engineering
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ......................................................................................................................... 1
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .......................................................................................................................... 2
GENERAL BUILDING OVERVIEW........................................................................................................ 3
Building Statistics:................................................................................................................................. 4
Architecture:.......................................................................................................................................... 5
System Descriptions: ............................................................................................................................. 6
LIGHTING DEPTH..................................................................................................................................... 8
SPACE 1: MAIN STAGE LOBBY (A CIRCULATION SPACE) ............................................................................ 9
General Summary:................................................................................................................................. 9
Existing Conditions: ............................................................................................................................ 11
New Design: ........................................................................................................................................ 20
Summary of Design: ............................................................................................................................ 26
SPACE 2: CENTER STAGE LOBBY (A SPECIAL PURPOSE SPACE)................................................................. 27
General Summary:............................................................................................................................... 27
Existing Conditions: ............................................................................................................................ 29
New Design: ........................................................................................................................................ 34
Summary of Design: ............................................................................................................................ 37
SPACE 3: DANCE REHEARSAL STUDIO (A LARGE WORK SPACE) ............................................................... 38
General Summary:............................................................................................................................... 38
Existing Conditions: ............................................................................................................................ 40
New Design: ........................................................................................................................................ 48
Secondary Design:............................................................................................................................... 51
Summary of Design: ............................................................................................................................ 53
SPACE 4: BUILDING FACADE (AN OUTDOOR SPACE OR BUILDING FACADE) .............................................. 54
General Summary:............................................................................................................................... 54
Existing Conditions: ............................................................................................................................ 57
New Design: ........................................................................................................................................ 63
Summary of Design: ............................................................................................................................ 67
ELECTRICAL DEPTH............................................................................................................................. 68
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................ 69
SPACE 1: MAIN STAGE LOBBY (A CIRCULATION SPACE) .......................................................................... 72
General Summary:............................................................................................................................... 72
Existing Conditions: ............................................................................................................................ 74
New Design: ........................................................................................................................................ 77
SPACE 2: CENTER STAGE LOBBY (A SPECIAL PURPOSE SPACE)................................................................. 80
General Summary:............................................................................................................................... 80
Existing Conditions: ............................................................................................................................ 82
New Design: ........................................................................................................................................ 85
SPACE 3: DANCE REHEARSAL STUDIO (A LARGE WORK SPACE) ............................................................... 88
General Summary:............................................................................................................................... 88
Existing Conditions: ............................................................................................................................ 90
New Design: ........................................................................................................................................ 92
SPACE 4: BUILDING FACADE (AN OUTDOOR SPACE OR BUILDING FACADE) .............................................. 94
General Summary:............................................................................................................................... 94
Existing Conditions: ............................................................................................................................ 97
New Design: ........................................................................................................................................ 99
PHOTOVOLTAIC FEASIBILITY REVIEW .................................................................................................... 101
ENERGY EFFICIENT TRANSFORMER ANALYSIS ....................................................................................... 108
PROTECTIVE DEVICE COORDINATION STUDY ......................................................................................... 111
LEED BREADTH .................................................................................................................................... 116
(GREEN ROOF FEASIBILITY REVIEW)...................................................................................................... 116
STRUCTURAL BREADTH.................................................................................................................... 124
(ROOF STRUCTURE COORDINATION REVIEW)......................................................................................... 124
CONCLUSIONS....................................................................................................................................... 131
APPENDIX A (LUMINAIRE SCHEDULES) ....................................................................................... 132
APPENDIX B (MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES).......................................................... 135
APPENDIX C (ELECTRICAL TABLES)............................................................................................. 138
APPENDIX D (LUMINAIRE CUT SHEETS) ...................................................................................... 139
APPENDIX E (SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM)
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Acknowledgements
I would like to give a special thank you to the following people and organizations for their
support throughout the year.
•
Randy Wilmot & William Rawn Associates, for providing me with drawings and
specifications when I was somewhat desperate and in need of a helping hand.
•
Robert Benson, for allowing me to use his photos of the building. Note: all
pictures that are really impressive, © Robert Benson Photography
•
Kristen Mathias at Theatre Projects Consultants, Inc.
•
Bruce J. Decoteau, Head of Building & Grounds, for giving me a tour and
unlocking all the doors for me when I know he really wanted to go home and
enjoy his thanksgiving break
•
Don Clark, Utilities Program Manager of the Facilities Department, for his help
in obtaining utility information
•
Dr. Mistrick
•
Ted Dannerth
•
Spongebob
1 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Executive Summary
As the culminating proof of the development of knowledge in the architectural engineering field,
this analytical document provides an in-depth research study on the existing conditions in the
Williams College Center for Theatre & Dance’s lighting and electrical systems and suggests
possible alternative design solutions to create an overall successful project, whether that success
be measured in dollars or beauty. The Williams College Center for Theatre & Dance is a 126,000
sq.ft., $50 million theatre & performing arts building, boasting two large professional theatres
(shared by students and the community), a state of the art black box theatre, a dance rehearsal
studio, and many classrooms and support spaces. Located in Williamstown, Massachusetts,
Williams College is a small liberal arts campus in the middle of the rolling Berkshire hills. Also
covered in this report are topics on sustainable design and the feasibility of the installation of a
green roof onto the Center, taking into account both cost and structural feasibility.
My designs for the lighting in the building, paramount to the visual impact of architecture, have
centered around the impression of a single person having control over the inanimate natural
environment that surrounds them. Metaphorically, this speaks of the immense power we have to
conserve energy and natural resources and to preserve the world we live in. As people walk in
and through the building, little hints of this idea are subtly expressed. Although compact
fluorescents have had trouble becoming a standard in lighting, due to issues with color
temperature, the technology for compact fluorescent lamps has become much better and rivals the
very need for incandescent lamps at all. Almost all lighting throughout the building has been
specified in my design as compact fluorescent or LED.
Electrical support for the building was designed with safety in mind. With two transformers,
rated at double the necessary capacity and a tie-breaker in the main switchgear, any emergency
power losses from a single transformer can be picked up by the other and, as they say in the
theatre, the show can go on. Energy efficiency and economic utilitarianism was in mind during
the design of the systems for this building, making the lighting systems only a small fraction of
the total necessary power. Mechanical systems to combat the harsh Massachusetts climates take
almost 65% of the total power in the building with a 35ton air cooled liquid chiller and radiant
heating in floors and windows. Several coordination studies have been performed, verifying the
safety of the system.
Sustainable design, although a buzz word right now, is the future of the building industry. With
an earth unable to support the exponential human growth, energy is becoming a delicate
commodity. With building using 70% of the total energy produced in the U.S., an enormous
potential exists for building engineers to make a fight against energy depletion. The green roof
study performed in this analysis is only one aspect of sustainable design, but with a 7 year
payback and over $1 million saved over the lifecycle of the building, ‘only one aspect’ sounds
pretty good. We can just image the possibilities as technology and methods improve.
2 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
General Building Overview
The Williams College ’62 Center for Theater & Dance is a 126,000 sq.ft. building which
consists of two professional stage theatres, a state-of-the-art black box theatre, a dance rehearsal
studio, a directors studio, and multiple classrooms, offices, and support rooms. The building is
located on Main St. in Williamstown, Massachusetts, in the heart of a college campus that sits in
a very rural area. Being covered in a skin of limestone veneer, brick, and glass and aluminum
curtain walls, the Center for Theater & Dance was recently completed in June ’06 and cost nearly
fifty-four million dollars. The building uses approximately 5% of Williams College’s overall
energy consumption and has not attempted LEED certification. Much of the theatrical spaces are
illuminated with incandescent 130v lamps and are kept dimmed when in use to prolong life. The
remainder of the building is typically linear and compact fluorescent, and was designed in a very
utilitarian way to save costs in the building.
3 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Building Statistics:
Building Name:
Location:
Building Occupant:
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williams College, Williamstown, MA
Department of Theater & Dance, Williams College
Type of Building:
Size:
Stories:
Theatrical Performance Space, Offices, and Dance Studios
126,000 sq.ft.
5/6 (including sub-grade)
Project Team:
Owner
Williams College
http://www.williams.edu/go/62center/
Lighting Consultant
Horton Lees Brogden
http://www.hlblighting.com/
Architect
William Rawn Associates
http://www.rawnarch.com/
Landscape Architect
The Halvorson Company, Inc.
http://www.halvorsondesign.com/
Construction Manager
Barr & Barr, Inc.
http://www.barrandbarr.com/
Theatre Consultant
Theatre Projects Consultants, Inc.
http://www.tpcworld.com/index.asp
Structural Engineer
LeMessurier Consultants
http://www.lemessurier.com/
Acoustical Consultant
Acoustic Dimensions
http://www.acousticdimensions.com/
Civil Engineer
Guntlow & Associates
http://www.guntlowassociates.com/
Williams College Project Manager
Bruce J. Decoteau, Buildings & Grounds
http://www.williams.edu
MEP Engineer
TMP Consulting Engineers
http://www.tmpeng.com/
Construction Dates:
Cost Information:
Project Delivery:
April 2003 – June 2005
Total Project Cost = $54.5 Million
Building Contract = ~$38 Million
Design-Bid-Build
4 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Architecture:
Design & Function:
• The Main Stage Lobby, a glass cube with strong overhanging roof and
dense wood shutters, brings strength of form, warmth of materials, and
warmth of natural light to the face of the building on Main Street. If
offers an architectural counterpoint to the semi-circular stone walls and
the 80' tall fly tower of the Main Stage.
• The publicly accessible passageway from front-of-house to back-of-
house is marked by a strong change in character and materials.
Beginning with the glass and warm wood of the front lobby, the passage
evolves into the glass, metal and steel industrial aesthetic of the Center
Stage and its lobby. That aesthetic is continued in the monumental stair
that moves one up to the major dance space and in the gradual ramp that
moves one down to the rear entrance.
• The interior for the building is everywhere infused with daylight, either
through large glass walls modulated by wood shutters in the front Lobby
or by skylights creating ever changing patterns of light along circulation
routes. Extraordinary views of the campus and surrounding Berkshire
Hills are found throughout, particularly from the Lobby and the large
Dance Studio.
National Codes Used:
• Massachusetts Energy Code - Chapter 13, Sec.1307 & Sec.1308
• NEC 2005
Zoning Requirements:
Zoning requirements are defined by the Williams College master planning
committee and is exempt from the Williamstown zoning ordinances.
Building Envelope:
Structural CMU block walls with decorative façades. Limestone veneer on
the majority of the building, brick on the fly tower and the northwest corner
under the dance studio, and glass and aluminum curtain walls at the main
theatre lobby and circulation corridor. Though the changes in roof heights
are quite dynamic around various parts of the building, they are all flat.
5 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
System Descriptions:
Construction:
The Williams College ’62 Center for Theatre & Dance was a design-bidbuild project that topped out at $54.5 million dollars and took just over 2
years to build. It’s 5 stories above grade in most locations and has a
basement. The building is built on a sloped site and requires a grand
staircase along the length of the center of the building to maintain
appropriate flow through it.
Electrical:
The electrical distribution system for the Williams College ’62 Center for
Theatre & Dance is a radial system powered by two 1500 kva transformers
provided by the college. Emergency lighting panels are housed in separate
emergency electrical rooms and are backed up by a 100kw diesel emergency
generator. Automatic transfer switches control the power transfer in the
event of a power loss. Both 480/277v and 208Y/120v systems run
throughout the building. Most large mechanical equipment have been
provided fused disconnect switches for easy maintenance and flexibility.
Lighting control panels have been linked to relay panels for integration into
the building automation system.
Lighting:
The lighting system consists of halogen/incandescent lamps in theatrical and
lobby spaces, as well as fluorescent strip and compact fluorescent lighting
for other general areas. There is site lighting enough for egress requirements
along the walkways to the building, but façade lighting only exists by the
deep orange and yellow glow of the main theatre entrance lobby.
Mechanical:
The building utilizes a hybrid constant volume and variable air volume
forced air system for the majority of space conditioning needs. A 35 ton air
cooled liquid chiller services the buildings chilled water needs. An
incoming steam line from the campus steam distribution system provides the
means for hot water. The main theatre lobby on the south end of the
building has a hydronic radiant floor that dissipates heat through its slate
surface. The corridor are just inside the lobby is heated by a finned-tube
radiant heating curtain wall.
Structural:
The structural system consists of composite steel beams and girders for the
floor framing system, topped with concrete slabs on metal decking. The
walls throughout the building are braced, lateral resisting frames and the
building is supported by conventional concrete spread footings.
Fire Protection:
The Center for Theatre & Dance utilizes two levels of fire protection. The
first is a wet system with sprinkler heads throughout the building. In
theatrical spaces where efforts were taken to preserve the beauty of the space,
concealed sprinkler heads were used. The second system is a fire
department hookup, which is controlled by three separate automatic control
valves in the main mechanical room in the basement of the west side of the
building. The fire department inlet is located by the north entrance to the
building and ceiling mounted smoke detectors are located throughout.
6 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Transportation:
The building is serviced by multiple hydraulic elevators and pit lifts used for
moving scenery, chair racks, and equipment throughout the theatrical service
areas of the building. Pedestrian elevators exist at the Main Stage lobby near
the directing studio on the ground floor for easy access to handicapped
individuals.
Telecommunications:
Ethernet/Phone/AV: All Data/Voice/Coax conduits in the building are fed
from room 052, Tel/Data, located in the basement of the 550 seat main
theatre. Two data racks house the input/output data streams and are backed
up by a UPS. Data and voice inputs are primarily located in offices and the
theatrical control room in the 550 seat main theatre. Other inputs are placed
at intervals throughout the rest of the building for a flexible data
communication system. Most lines are run through conduit and cable trays
that run throughout the circulation spaces in the building.
Figure 0.1 - ’62 Center for Theatre & Dance Site Plan (During Construction)
7 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Lighting Depth
The following pages outline the performance characteristics of the existing lighting system and
detail a new design based on personal concepts and design criteria
8 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Space 1: Main Stage Lobby (A circulation space)
General Summary:
The circulation of the building is made up of 3 defined
entry locations and 332 feet of linear serpentine hallway that runs
from the south side to the north side that totals 5576 sq.ft. The
1450 sq.ft. southern entry lobby is the signiature entrance of the
building, created as a luminous box of aluminum and glass
curtainwall. This is the entry for the main theatre space in the
building, the 550 seat Main Stage, that is home to both community
and college theatre productions. On the inside face of the
curtainwall, wood slats were designed as permenant louvers to
filter daylight into the lobby and warm up the atmosphere of the
materials. A second lobby exists in the middle of the corridor: a
1120 sq.ft. breakout lounge that marks the entrance to the Center
Stage theatrical laboratory. A grand staircase moves occupants
from this breakout lounge to the entrance at the north side of the building, which is one story
higher than the southern entrance.
Tasks that will occur in this space are walking (flat and up steps), minimal reading (for
tickets purchase transactions), and face-to-face conversation. It will be important to maintain the
emotional connotation of the space as is defined by the architecture and creating the glow of the
southern lobby.
9 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
10 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Existing Conditions:
Lighting - The main lobby has two lighting systems: a series of ceramic metal halide
downlights for illuminating the vertical façade of the “glass box” and a second series of halogen
uplights for general ambient illumination in the space. The balcony and passageway to the left
both have halogen par downlights.
Controls - All of the lighting in the main lobby is connected to the building management
system through dimmer panels connected to a Lutron Grafik Eye system, located on the ground
floor of the lobby just inside the theatre entrance. The system consists of a Lutron dimming panel,
DPA, and two programming interfaces. Corridor lighting is connected to two keyed switches
located on the wall to the left of the 550 seat theatre back of house service corridor.
Space Properties – The lobbies and hallway are infused with constant spans of glass.
Glass transmittance values throughout the buildings circulation spaces are approximately 62%
and were hand measured with an illuminance meter. When the wooden slats are included in this
calculation, the transmittance value decreases to approximately 20%. The main lobby is
primarily wood paneling with an approximate reflectance value of 45%.
11 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
12 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
13 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 1.1 – Floorplan
Space Characteristics:
• Ceiling Height: 24’ – 31’ (pitched ceiling slopes up to exterior)
• Area: 1500 sq. ft. (Lobby, including vestibule)
• Area: 766 sq. ft. (Adjoining Passageway)
• Area: 650 sq. ft. (Balcony)
• Materials: aluminum, glass, wood shutters, slate tile flooring & stairs
Assumptions about the Space:
• 18 month cleaning cycle
• Very clean
• RCR: ~8
• Horizontal illuminance measured at floor level
14 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 1.2 – Reflected Ceiling Plan (Existing Layout)
Light Loss Factors
Fixture Type
HL-3A
HL-16
HL-22
HL-23
Maintenance
Category
V
VI
IV
V
LLD
LDD
BF
RSDD
Total LLF
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.79
0.90
0.89
0.92
0.90
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.96
0.88
0.96
0.96
0.86
0.78
0.88
0.68
Table 1.1 – Light Loss Factors (Existing Layout)
Energy Modeling
Fixture Type
HL-3A
HL-16
HL-22
HL-23 (ext)
Lamp Type
LV Halogen MR16
Halogen Bi-Pin
Halogen Par Lamp
CMH
Area=
Count
Watts/Fixt
Total Watts
6
18
14
22
50
350
90
48
300
6300
1260
1056
System=
7860
2266
LPD (w/sq.ft.) =
3.5
Table 1.2 – Energy Modeling Analysis (Existing Layout) - Note that the CMH fixtures
are shown here, but are not counted against the lighting power density
15 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 1.3 – Horizontal Illuminance Values & Isocontours
Illuminance Summary:
(Lobby)
Average Horizontal Illuminance: 2.92fc
Max/Min Ratio: 3.81
(Passageway)
Average Horizontal Illuminance: 12.2fc
Max/Min Ratio: 3.44
16 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Daylighting Conditions:
(June 21st, 1pm, clear sky conditions)
17 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
18 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Design Criteria:
Illuminance Criteria - Illuminance requirements for the space are 10fc horizontal and
10fc vertical, according to IESNA Lighting Handbook illuminance criteria for lobby spaces.
Power Allowance - According to the Massachusetts Energy Code 780.CMR.Chapter13,
which is compliant and in excess of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2001, using the space-by-space
method, the maximum allowable power allowance is 1.8w/ft2 for the lobbies and 0.7w/ft2 for the
transition corridors, totaling 3236w.
Aesthetic Quality - The appearance of the space and its luminaires are the first impression
a patron has when coming to a performance and is therefore very necessary to consider. Also
necessary to consider is the extensive use of wood throughout the space. Warm tones should be
used to bring out the warmth of the material.
Uniformity - Uniformity helps to maintain a smooth journey along the corridor. A break
in this uniformity at the two lobbies and the grand staircase can help to build a hierarchy of
spaces.
Modeling of Faces - Facial modeling will be important in the lobby so that patrons will
look good to each other while they are waiting for performances to start or during intermission.
System Control & Flexibility - Flexibility might be nice in the southern lobby to match
performance mood or time of day. Since this is the main entrance to the large 550 seat theatre,
this entrance can have very dynamic lighting to impress the patrons as they walk in. During
normal daytime use, the space would only really need appropriate task lighting to make up for
overcast days.
Daylight Integration & Control - There’s a significant amount of daylight that penetrates
into the space from the east side of the corridor from a continuous strip of windows and a skylight
above the central section of the corridor. The southern entrance lobby, in particular, has all three
sides made of glass. Energy savings are quite possible all throughout these spaces, as is seen
from the previous daylight modeling simulation, showing extremely high illuminance values
during the day.
19 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
New Design:
Design Concept Narrative:
The design concept, which was paramount to this entry lobby, was the idea of a glowing
glass box, which would attract attention from the cars and pedestrians as they passed along the
main street of Williamstown. To increase the phenomenological impact of the space, my design
seeks to maintain the architectural concept for the outside of the space, a glowing glass box that
can be seen from the street, and then create an interior space that’s drastically darker than
expected. The decrease in lighting levels and the use of blue and purple color tones will set the
tone for the audience members as they enter the space, calming them and putting them in a
mindset of thoughtful introspection.
To achieve this concept in the space and to attempt to achieve allowable lighting power
density values, I intend to implement the following:
1. Install LED strip light projectors between wood shutters and glass facade. The current
ceramic metal halide downlights that are being used to illuminate the wood shades,
visible from the exterior of the building, can be replaced by linear LED projectors that
have a much longer lifespan and provide a more even wash of light, without sacrificing
vertical luminance values.
2. Provide very minimal ambient lighting in the main area of the lobby. With the main
purpose of the space to be an entry portal to the theatre inside, it seemed to be counterproductive to draw the attention of the occupants of the space up to the ceiling or the
floor. The focus of the space can be on the entry doors of the theatre and elsewhere,
where necessary.
3. Add a system of fiberoptics in the ceiling to mimic a night sky. The night sky is added as
a metaphor to the building’s environmentally conscious architecture, while providing just
enough light necessary for the occupants in the space. The application of fiberoptics in
this capacity significantly reduces the lighting levels in this area of the space, matching
the desired effects of the space and maintaining the phenomenological impact.
4. Add low voltage spots at 45 degrees above and to the sides of the entry doors. In the
theatre, the best location to light a speaker from is at 45 degrees horizontal and 45
degrees vertical. Whether there are attendants taking tickets from occupants or not, these
spots will mimic the theatrical experience awaiting inside, creating either an evenly lit
attendant or an emphasized aura around the doors.
20 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
21 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
22 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 1.4 – Reflected Ceiling Plan (New Layout)
23 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Light Loss Factors
Fixture Type
D-2
D-3
D-4
D-5
D-6
D-7
D-8
D-9
D-10
Maintenance
Category
V
VI
V
V
IV
IV
I
IV
IV
LLD
LDD
BF
RSDD
Total LLF
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.85
0.85
0.90
0.95
0.85
0.90
0.89
0.90
0.90
0.91
0.91
0.96
0.91
0.91
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.86
0.85
0.86
0.86
0.74
0.74
0.83
0.83
0.74
Table 1.3 – Light Loss Factors (New Layout)
Energy Modeling
Fixture Type
D-2
D-3
D-4
D-5
D-6
D-7
D-8
D-9
D-10
Lamp Type
LED (ext)
LED
LED
LED
CFL
CFL
Halogen
LV MR16
CFL
Area=
Count
Watts/Fixt
Total Watts
17
56
40
23
9
12
3
4
2
48
1.15
8
8
28
28
71
50
22
816
64.4
320
184
252
336
213
200
44
System=
1613.4
2916
LPD (w/sq.ft.) =
Table 1.4 – Energy Modeling Analysis (New Layout)
24 of 139
0.6
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 1.5 – Horizontal Illuminance Values & Isocontours
Illuminance Summary:
(Lobby)
Average Horizontal Illuminance: 5.6fc
Max/Min Ratio: 9.8
(Passageway)
Average Horizontal Illuminance: 6.7fc
Max/Min Ratio: 2.3
25 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Summary of Design:
The design in this space provided illumination that ranged from 3 to 13 fc, from the entrance to
the theatre doors at the other end of the lobby. This increase in light, coupled with the MR16
spotlights illuminating the vertical surfaces of the theatre doors, creates a path of light that draws
the occupants towards their destination. Visual hierarchy of the space was defined, keeping the
illuminance levels in other paths, such as the passageway to the left and the corridor to the right,
at a level lower than that of the theatre doors.
The phenomenological aspects of the design were realized with the addition of the star field sky
and the purple wash on the ceiling of the balcony and from the staircase leading to the upper
balcony seating area. The purple illumination on the stairs provides visual interest and links the
image of these stairs with the idea of the upstairs balcony, providing psychological direction.
Although not shown, illuminance levels on the stairs ranged between 5 and 10 fc, adequate
illuminance for safety code.
Including the fact that much of the lighting in the space has been provided with compact
fluorescent and LED sources, I believe the overall system has a very available efficiency. The
actual LPD of the space is 0.6, well below the allowable 1.8w/ft2. Expanding this concept of
energy efficiency to the entire building could help in achieving valuable points on the LEED
rating scale, should such an endeavor been warranted.
It should be noted that the downlights in the entry, on both the interior and exterior faces of the
building façade have been left out of the analysis, as they are not direct components to the design.
In a complete design of the space, these compact fluorescent downlights would need to be
included for fire safety compliance. 9 or 18w CFL downlights would be sufficient and are
negligible in the LPD calculation.
26 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Space 2: Center Stage Lobby (A special purpose space)
General Summary:
Located just outside the Center Stage black box theatre
and in the middle of a long hallway that winds through the entire
length of the building, the Center Stage lobby marks the point at
which the architect has chosen to change the use of materials from
a warm wood glow to a more harsh and technical steel and
aluminum. This change was characterized as personifying the
learning experience as you travel to the “back of the house” of the
theatrical world, where things aren’t quite as warm and beautiful
as the end result on stage. This breakout space also serves as one
of the three entrances to the new construction portion of the
building and has quite and extensive square footage of glass, both
along the perimeter wall and at the skylight in the ajoining
corridor to the north west.
The activities that occur in this space are primarily walking, viewing of artwork, reading,
and writing. Careful attention will need to be taken when determining fixture choices in this
space to appropriately change the mood of the corridor with the change in material.
27 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
28 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Existing Conditions:
Lighting - The center stage lobby, located in the center of the hallway that runs
throughout the building, has a series of MR16 accent lights suspended above the tables and
lounge chairs. General lighting is provided by compact fluorescent downlights, coming out of the
adjoining corridor, and by multi-head halogen PAR lamps, through the area with the skylight.
There is a series of compact fluorescent wallwashers that light the wall at the entrance to the
emergency exit stairwell.
Controls - All luminaires in the Center Stage breakout lobby are connected to dimming
rack DR4 through the building management system. Scene control and zoning are also controlled
through the central building management system and integrates a time clock and open loop
photosensor control.
Space Properties – The Center Stage lobby has wood paneling on the exterior walls, with
a reflectance value of approximately 45%, and light grey punched metal paneling on the interior
walls and ceiling, with a reflectance value of approximately 60%. In the corridor to the north of
the Center Stage lobby, there’s a skylight above made of fritted glass, with an estimated
transmittance value of 0.70. The floor is made of slate tile with an approximate reflectance value
of 33%. Furniture within the space can be seen in the previous photos, but most likely does not
have a very long lifespan in the building, so designing to these colors and fabrics is probably not
ideal.
29 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 2.1 – Floorplan
Space Characteristics:
• Ceiling Height: 31’ (at skylight), 25’ (at ceiling)
• Area: 2220 sq.ft.
• Materials: aluminum, glass, aluminum paneling, fritted skylight glazing
Assumptions about the Space:
• 18 month cleaning cycle
• Very clean
• RCR: ~ 7.5
• Horizontal illuminance measured at floor level
30 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 2.2 – Reflected Ceiling Plan (reference appendix for luminaire types)
Light Loss Factors
Fixture Type
HL-8
HL-14
HL-15
HL-20
Maintenance
Category
IV
I
I
IV
LLD
LDD
BF
RSDD
Total LLF
0.85
0.97
0.97
0.85
0.92
0.95
0.95
0.92
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.76
0.89
0.89
0.76
Table 2.1 – Light Loss Factors (Existing Layout)
Energy Modeling
Fixture Type
HL-8
HL-14
HL-15
HL-20
Lamp Type
42w CFL
Halogen Par
Halogen Par
42w CFL
Area=
Count
Watts/Fixt
Total Watts
14
7
11
4
46
90
90
46
644
630
990
184
System=
2448
2220
LPD (w/sq.ft.) =
1.1
Table 2.2 – Energy Modeling Analysis (Existing Layout)
31 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 2.3 – Illuminance Levels and Isocontours
Illuminance Summary:
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 15fc (below skylight)
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 36fc (lounge/breakout space)
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 17fc (corridor)
32 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Design Criteria:
Illuminance Criteria - Illuminance requirements for the space are 10fc horizontal and
10fc vertical according to IESNA Lighting Handbook illuminance criteria for lobby spaces.
Because it is likely that there may be reading and writing tasks, as students take advantage of the
available tables and chairs, horizontal illuminance levels in this are should be increased to at least
30fc.
Power Allowance - According to the Massachusetts Energy Code 780.CMR.Chapter13,
which is compliant and in excess of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2001, using the space-by-space
method, the maximum allowable power allowance for this space is 1.8w/ft2 (w), considering the
space to be a general lobby, with an additional 1.0w/ft2 for accent lighting on artwork.
Aesthetic Quality - The architecture of the building is very respectful of the ideals of the
environment, highly infused with wood and slate floors, naturally occurring environmental
material. To preserve this original intent, the light fixtures should either meet this requirement or
be hidden so the light emanates from the architecture itself. Visual aesthetics can still be obtained,
which is definitely an important characteristic of the space, through dynamic lighting and
contrasting vertical surfaces.
Uniformity - The space will have a significant amount of daylight during the day, which
may or may not be very uniform, due to the glazing being clear. Non-uniformity may actually
help to increase the aesthetic appeal of the space.
Modeling of Faces - It is important in a space like this, where people are expected to meet
and speak with one another on a very regular basis, to have good facial modeling.
System Control & Flexibility - Flexibility in this space is very important, as the range of
uses changes drastically. At different times, the space may be used as a study lounge, a mere
corridor, or a main entrance for theatrical performances.
Daylight Integration & Control - The infusion of daylight into the space requires some
type of control in order to maximize the efficiency of these systems in the building. With an
expansive skylight that fills the entire ceiling of the north-west corridor and the clear glazing
curtain walls on the east side of the space, significant amounts of daylight will penetrate this
space during the day. For most of the year, the lights can probably be kept off due to the large
amount of daylight in the space. Also an issue, during the nighttime, the skylight well will be
very dark unless somehow lit to open up the space again.
33 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
New Design:
Design Concept Narrative:
The design of this space is important, as this is where the architect has chosen to change
the use of materials in the corridor. The space is also unique in that it is both a corridor and a
lounge, requiring two layers of lighting. There needs to be higher illuminance levels around the
lounge chairs and tables to give people the opportunity to do their homework or read. The two
tall empty walls behind the lounge area are great locations for paintings or posters about
upcoming shows. An important consideration for illumination in this space is the large skylight.
By illuminating this during the evening, it will open up the space and give it a much lighter
atmosphere; more conducive to the naturalist quality of the architecture. Since the mounting
height for any luminaires in this are is extremely high, a source with a long lifespan would be
necessary.
To meet this concept and requirements, the following design will:
1. Install compact fluorescent lighting throughout the corridor. Compact fluorescents are
highly energy efficient and provide adequate light in high ceiling applications.
2. Add a warmer source lamp above the lounge area. MR16 lamps will provide a little
more sparkle and a warmer glow to this area, setting it apart from the rest of the transition
space. The stronger cutoff of these sources will also help to delineate between lounge
and corridor, hopefully helping to direct traffic through the space.
3. Provide wallwashers for both walls where hanging is available. The wallwashers allow
for artwork to be hung and adds illuminance to the area around the lounge.
4. Install LED linear projectors to illuminate the skylight well. By illuminating this skylight
well, the space opens up at night and feels much larger than if they skylight well were
dark. An LED source wont need to be relamped like a halogen source would and thus
reduces maintenance requirements in such a difficult space.
34 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 2.4 – Reflected Ceiling Plan (reference appendix for luminaire types)
Light Loss Factors
Fixture Type
HL-8
HL-20
D-2
D-11
Maintenance
Category
IV
IV
V
IV
LLD
LDD
BF
RSDD
Total LLF
0.85
0.85
1.00
0.85
0.92
0.92
0.90
0.91
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.76
0.76
0.87
0.75
Table 2.3 – Light Loss Factors (New Layout)
Energy Modeling
Fixture Type
HL-8
HL-20
D-2
D-11
Lamp Type
42w CFL
42w CFL
LED
50w MR16
Area=
Count
Watts/Fixt
Total Watts
13
9
6
5
46
46
48
50
598
414
288
250
System=
1550
2220
LPD (w/sq.ft.) =
Table 2.4 – Energy Modeling Analysis (New Layout)
35 of 139
0.7
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 2.5 – Illuminance Levels and Isocontours
Illuminance Summary:
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 8.6fc (below skylight)
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 27fc (lounge/breakout space)
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 16fc (corridor)
36 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Summary of Design:
The Center Stage lobby and breakout space provided me the opportunity to maintain the concept
of the building as a natural expression. All fixtures are recessed, either downlights or
wallwashers, and the LED projects that illuminate the skylight well are made from round
extruded aluminum and provide good contrast to the sharp edges where the ceiling height changes.
Illuminance levels meet the desired requirements for each area, increasing around the lounge
chairs and tables to provide more light for reading and writing.
Conceptually, the lighting levels help to provide the originally intended variation of spaces.
There was a significant need for visual hierarchy in the space to define it different from just
chairs in a corridor. Adjustable downlights could have been specified to provide flexibility, but
the dimensions of the space don’t provide very much movement away from the initial location of
the furniture, making the adjustable portion somewhat unnecessary.
37 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Space 3: Dance Rehearsal Studio (A large work space)
General Summary:
Located on the second floor of the North West corner of
the building is a 3200 sq.ft. (65’x50’) dance rehearsal studio that is
surrounded on three sides by soaring glass curtain walls with an
impressive view of the rolling landscape. There’s 27 feet from
floor to ceiling, which takes the room straight to the underside of
the roof, leaving the mechanical and lighting systems exposed
overheard, while maximizing the volume of the space. The fourth
wall of the space, which isn’t made of glass, is covered with eight
foot tall mirrors and acoustical panels.
Tasks that will most likely occur in this space are very
active, including dancing, aerobics, physical presentations, and
theatrical rehearsal. These tasks require an amount of light to
comfortably see and perform, similar to a gymnasium or other athletic facility, but can be reduced
because the primary equipment being used in the space is the human body. Consideration needs
to be placed on the need for theatrical performance lighting in the space to mimic an actual stage
for rehearsal purposes. Also, including this second layer of lighting creates a much more
dynamic space and could be used for informal performances should the need arise from other
performance spaces being in use. Since most of the walls in the room are glass or mirrors, both
the view from the exterior and the direction and spill of light within the space need to be carefully
considered, as they will have a serious impact on the overall composition of the space.
38 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
39 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Existing Conditions:
Lighting - In the dance rehearsal studio, there are two major permanent lighting systems
and one variable pipe-mounted theatrical lighting system. The two permanent lighting systems
consist of an indirect linear fluorescent system and a Halogen canister downlight system. Cut
sheets for the luminaires and ballasts in these systems are provided at the end of this space’s
section.
Controls - These systems are controlled on two separate systems within the room. The
linear fluorescent pendants are switched along the east wall after the mirrors by five keyed
switches and are separated into bi-level switching on two zones: a west zone and an east zone,
each consisting of 3 rows of luminaires. The second control system in the space is for the
halogen downlights. These are controlled by a dimmer switch on the wall directly to the right of
the entry doors that is connected to a dimmer rack located in room 090. The downlights are
controlled separately through the dimmer rack in rows for a total of five separate dimmers,
allowing for a high level of flexibility in the space. There is also a manually-controlled blackoutshade system on all three curtain walls, allowing the space to be used for performance practice at
any time of the day.
Space Properties - The vertical surfaces of the space are primarily made of glass and
mirrors. The glass in the space, made of clear glazing, has a transmittance value that was
calculated using an illuminance meter to be approximately 0.62. The mirrors in the space are
eight foot tall continuous mirrors. All other walls within the space are made of acoustical panels
that are light blue in color, with an approximate reflectance of 36%. The floor is made of sprung
wood paneling and is usually covered with a medium blue exercise mat that is approximately two
inches thick and approximately 15% reflective. The structural trusses and overhead mechanical
system are both visible above the unfinished ceiling. Ductwork is a matte brushed aluminum,
assumed approximately 50% reflectance and has some specularity to it.
Rendering (West)
Rendering (East)
40 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 3.1 – Floorplan
Space Characteristics:
• Ceiling Height: 27’
• Area: 3250 sq. ft.
• Materials: Aluminum, Glass, Wood, Acoustical Wallboard
Assumptions about the Space:
• 18 month cleaning cycle
• Very clean
• RCR: ~5
• Horizontal illuminance measured at floor level
41 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 3.2 – Reflected Ceiling Plan (reference Appendix for luminaire types)
Light Loss Factors
Maintenance
LLD
LDD
BF
Category
HL-11
II
0.95
0.96
0.88
HL-17
IV
0.95
0.92
1.00
Table 3.1 – Light Loss Factors (Existing Layout)
Fixture Type
RSDD
Total LLF
0.89
0.89
0.71
0.78
Energy Modeling
Fixture Type
HL-11
HL-11A
HL-17
Lamp Type
Linear Fluorescent
Linear Fluorescent
Halogen Par Lamp
Area=
Count
Watts/Fixt
Total Watts
21
7
30
276
184
90
5796
1288
2700
System=
9784
3250
LPD (w/sq.ft.) =
Table 3.2 - Energy Modeling Analysis (Existing Layout)
42 of 139
3.0
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 3.3 – Horizontal Cross Section
Figure 3.4 – Vertical Illuminance Grid
43 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 3.5 – Horizontal Illuminance Values & Isocontours
Illuminance Summary:
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 30fc
• Max/Min Ratio: 2.3:1
• Average Vertical Illuminance: 39fc
• Max/Min Ratio: 1.4:1
Existing Conditions Summary:
Current lighting conditions meet the requirements for the illuminance levels and
uniformity in the space. The lighting power density, at 3.0w/ft2, is nearly twice the allowable
power density, following ASHRAE 90.1-2004. There seems to be some issues with the use of the
space and the available switching controls. An overhead projector faces the north wall of the
space that projects onto blackout shades. However, there are no options to switch those rows of
lights off during the use of this projector.
44 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Daylighting Conditions:
Figure 3.6 – Illuminance Values & Isocontours
Illuminance Summary:
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 950fc
• Max/Min Ratio: 44:1
Rendering (West)
Rendering (East)
45 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Design Criteria:
Illuminance Criteria - Illuminance requirements for the space are 30fc horizontal and
30fc vertical. Horizontal illuminance is higher than typically recommended, but the space is also
a part of an educational facility and may have reading and/or writing tasks within the space.
Please note that these criteria can only be applied to general space use. Specialized illuminance
levels vary upon necessity of theatrical performance and may vary severely in both directions.
Power Allowance - According to the Massachusetts Energy Code 780.CMR.Chapter13,
which is compliant and in excess of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2001, using the space-by-space
method, the maximum allowable power allowance for this space is 1.6w/ft2 (5120w), considering
the space to be an academic classroom/lecture area. Actual power allowance could probably be
higher for the space since it has significant theatrical performing arts activities. However, the
code does not specifically cover lighting power densities for theatrical performance spaces.
Aesthetic Quality - Visual interest in the space should be kept at a minimum since the
focus should be on the dancers, not the space. However, a high end feel should be maintained, as
the culture of dance draws in crowds with a more exquisite taste. In this respect, it may be
necessary to provide light from hidden luminaires or to choose luminaires that are very attractive
yet unobtrusive.
Direct & Reflected Glare - As dancers are required to be in specific locations throughout
a performance, it is imperative for them to be able to see clearly. Direct and reflected glare could
cause serious issues by masking certain locations on the floor or by blinding the dance through
the reflected component.
Uniformity - Since dance often is performed by multiple dancers all in unison, it is
important to have a high level of uniformity across the space. This will help to enhance the idea
of fluid motion throughout the entire body of dancers. In some instances, it may be necessary or
beneficial to have varying levels of light across the space for different performances. This
introduces the need for a second, variable lighting system. Also, being able to have the center of
the space illuminated for performances, while the perimeter hides the viewers will create a much
more relaxing environment for the spectators.
Modeling of Faces - Dancers go through arduous makeup processes when getting ready
for performances to enhance their facial features. Creating a lighting system that creates beautiful
faces throughout the spaces, in any direction, is very important for this system to be effective.
Energy and mood are often times direct outputs from the faces and motions of the bodies of the
dancers within the performance.
Psychological Aspects - Dance is generally designed to invoke emotion, whether it is a
direct emotion such as anger or sorrow, or a passive emotion such as awe or excitement. While
the dance itself may be capable of invoking these emotions, a well-designed lighting scheme
within the space can dramatically increase these effects. Theatrical lighting concepts should
probably be used in this space to provide a system that is dynamic enough for the vast differences
in performances that may occur.
46 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
System Control & Flexibility - Dynamic lighting is imperative to creating an effective
space for dance performance. Character, emotional attitude, and energy change for every piece of
dance that is performed and a lighting system should be available to contribute to and accentuate
these differences.
Daylight Integration & Control - Although a part of system control, the importance of
daylighting integration and control in this space warrants its own category. Two and a half of the
four walls in the space are all glass, floor to ceiling, introducing an incredible amount of daylight
into the space. Direct glare from sunlight isn’t as much an issue in the space, since the main glass
wall is north facing. However, morning and early evening sun may cause some issues during
certain parts of the year. For most of the year, the lights can probably be kept off due to the large
amount of daylight in the space.
47 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
New Design:
Design Concept Narrative:
The dance studio is a very utilitarian space with a need for uniform diffuse lighting. The
best way to reduce unwanted shadows in the space is to employ indirect lighting. This, however,
makes it very difficult to maintain the Massachusetts Energy Code allowable power density of
1.6w/ft2. The following two designs represent the most efficient indirect system possible (to
provide the necessary lighting levels and maintain shadowless lighting) and a direct system
(which will seek to provide lighting within the limits of the Massachusetts Energy Code).
My plans to achieve this concept are to:
1. Install energy efficient indirect linear fixtures. 4’ T5 lamps have the highest efficiency of
the linear fluorescent sources, at 103.6 lumens/watt, higher than T8 lamps, at 92.2
lumens/watt, and T5HO lamps, at 92.6 lumens/watt. Also, the luminaire chosen for the
space has an efficiency of 93.0%.
2. Add wedge-shaped reflectors above the linear fluorescent luminaire rows. This keeps the
light from being lost in the mechanical system and increases the amount of useable
diffuse light that reaches the floor.
3. Switch zones to provide flexibility and necessary switching for projections. I propose to
switch the north-most luminaires as a separate zone to allow for better control of the
lighting when presentations are being given on that wall.
48 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 3.7 – Reflected ceiling Plan (reference Appendix for luminaire types)
Light Loss Factors
Fixture Type
D-1
D-1A
Maintenance
Category
II
II
LLD
LDD
BF
RSDD
Total LLF
0.95
0.95
0.96
0.96
0.98
0.98
0.89
0.89
0.80
0.80
Table 3.3 – Light Loss Factors (New Layout)
Energy Modeling
Fixture Type
D-1
D-1A
Lamp Type
Linear Fluorescent
Linear Fluorescent
Area=
Count
Watts/Fixt
Total Watts
21
7
270
180
5670
1260
3250
System=
6930
LPD (w/sq.ft.) =
Table 3.4 – Energy Modeling Analysis (New Layout)
49 of 139
2.1
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 3.8 – Horizontal Illuminance Values & Isocontours
Illuminance Summary:
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 37fc
• Max/Min Ratio: 2.5:1
Rendering from exterior
Rendering (North East)
50 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Secondary Design:
Figure 3.9 – Reflected ceiling Plan (reference Appendix for luminaire types)
Energy Modeling
Fixture Type
D-14
D-14A
Lamp Type
Linear Fluorescent
Linear Fluorescent
Area=
Count
Watts/Fixt
Total Watts
21
7
186
124
3906
868
3250
System=
4774
1.47
Table 3.5 – Energy Modeling Analysis (Secondary Layout)
51 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 3.10 – Horizontal Illuminance Values & Isocontours
Figure 3.11 – Horizontal Cross Section
Illuminance Summary:
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 45fc
• Max/Min Ratio: 2.6
52 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Summary of Design:
The two new designs for the space each both have positive and negative effects on the system, but
the indirect lighting system appears to be the best option. The indirect lighting system has a
higher power density than the direct system, but with shadows behind a huge distraction to the
dancers, it seems imperative to diffuse the light as much as possible through the space.
Consecutively, the power densities for the space were calculated using the space-by-space
method and some allowances could be made by adjusting power densities of other spaces to
provide this space with the amount necessary.
Since supplementary lighting is provided from a pipe grid with theatrical fixtures outside the
scope of this project, this lighting systems appears to be adequate for all their needs.
My original intentions had been to investigate photosensor dimming for the space. However,
after studying the uses of the space and the daylighting conditions, it seems that it would be
beneficial to leave the control of the lighting to the occupants in the space. All the windows have
mechanized blackout shades for presentations. There’s also the curtain that runs on a track that
can be pulled in during the morning and late afternoon when the rising and setting sun shine
directly into the space.
53 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Space 4: Building Facade (An outdoor space or building facade)
General Summary:
The façade of the building is currently unlit other than the
glowing effects of the interior lighting. There’s path lighting at the
entry drive for safety, but the rest of the site is relatively unlit as
well. The façade heights range from 24 to 80 feet and combine a
combination of limestone veneer, glass and aluminum curtainwall,
and brick. Most of the façade is surrouned by grass and is not
meant to be walked along. However, there are focal points in the
façade at defined entrances at the south and north ends of the
building, and at a small paved courtyard on the east side. These
entrances, especially the southern end, will need to be address in
the lighting solution to make sure they stand out as prominent
pieces of the architectural language. There’s a significant number
of trees on the sight which may block the view of building façade
lighting and should be incorporated into the analysis to make sure
lighting isn’t being used in places it wont be seen.
54 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
55 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
56 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Existing Conditions:
Lighting - The exterior façade is not lit by electric lighting except in areas required by
code for egress, such as the entry driveway, emergency lighting for the two main building
entrances, and the small exterior patio on the east side of the main lobby. Pathway bollards have
been placed around the Main Stage lobby front steps, but must have been a contracted ad-service
or change order during the construction process because no bollards have been specified in the
construction documents set. Landscape lighting in the small exterior patio, which was specified
with tree straps, were in actuality ground mounted and point up towards the tree canopies.
Controls - All exterior lighting is controlled through the building automation system and
photocells with low voltage control lines.
Space Properties - The exterior building façade is made up of 3 distinct types of
materials: limestone veneer (~65%), which covers the majority of the building, glass & aluminum
framed windows, and brick (~26%), which is used for the fly towers of the two main performance
theatres. The one exception to this material use is the underside of the thrust roof overhang of the
main lobby, which is made of wood paneling (~45%).
57 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
58 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 4.1 - Site Plan
Space Characteristics:
• Area (Patio): 700 sq.ft.
• Materials: slate tile, concrete, granite curbs, grass
• Relevant Furniture: wooden benches, deciduous trees
Assumptions about the space:
• LLF’s for outdoor conditions ~0.65
• Horizontal illuminance measure at ground level
Pathway luminaires existed when I visited the site, but no exterior bollards are listed anywhere in
the construction documents. (Please note that I have labeled these luminaires on the plans as
luminaire type A and can be referenced in the cut sheet appendix as such.)
59 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 4.2 – Reflected ceiling Plan (reference Appendix for luminaire types)
Light Loss Factors
Fixture Type
HL-23
A
C2
Maintenance
Category
V
IV
V
LLD
LDD
BF
RSDD
Total LLF
0.79
-----
0.90
-----
1.00
-----
0.96
-----
0.68
0.65
0.65
Table 4.1 - Light Loss Factors (Existing Layout)
Energy Modeling
Fixture Type
HL-23
A
C2
Lamp Type
CMH
CMH
LV MR16
Count
Watts/Fixt
Total Watts
22
8
4
48
62
50
1056
496
200
System=
1752
Table 4.2 - Energy Modeling Analysis (Existing Layout)
60 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 4.3 – Horizontal Illuminance Values & Isocontours
Illuminance Summary:
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 3.3fc (Steps)
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 2.8fc (Sidewalk)
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 3.3fc (Patio)
61 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Design Criteria:
Illuminance Criteria - Illuminance suggestions for building entrances is 5fc horizontal
and 3fc vertical. Since the building has dark surroundings and light colored materials,
illuminance suggestions for building façade are 3fc vertical and must not interfere with pedestrian
and vehicular visibility.
Power Allowance - According to the Massachusetts Energy Code 780.CMR.Chapter13,
which is compliant and in excess of ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2001, building entrances with
canopies can have a maximum power density of 3w/ft2, building entrances without canopies can
have a maximum power density of 33w/lf of door, and the façade can have 0.25w/ft2 of
illuminated façade. Also noted here, the code requires that all exterior lights above 100w must
have an efficacy of not less than 60lm/w.
Aesthetic Quality - The first thing a person sees when either walking or driving by is the
building exterior. To draw them into the building, interesting lighting must catch their attention.
Light Pollution/Trespass - Williamstown, MA is in a somewhat small town rural area.
Dark sky compliance in this area seems very important for maintaining the natural beauty of the
night.
62 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
New Design:
Design Concept Narrative:
The cube that’s the entrance to the Main Stage lobby was designed by the architect to be
a glowing beacon that caught the attention of the main traffic through Williamstown. If the cube
glows evenly and brightly, this will mimic that uniform glass cube the architect was looking for.
Also, one major change that I have proposed to the architecture of the space is to rotate the
wooden slats against the windows to a 45 degree angle, thus blocking a significant amount of
light from entering the space.
A major component of this space connects back to my design concept for the building;
integrating a perception of evoked emotion into the static environment of a building. By allowing
the occupants of this space to see feedback from their actions, I feel it unifies the living and the
non in a symbiotic natural way. In order to produce these concepts, I am proposing the following:
1. Install linear LED projectors between the window mullions and wooden shades. Using
LED will require less maintenance for lamp replacement 31 feet above grade. The optics
of a linear fixture allow for an even wash against the exterior surfaces of the entry lobby
and creates the uniform “glow” effect the architect originally had in mind.
2. Install LED bollards that contain color-changing decorative cap. By adding the
decorative LED color-changing cap, the bollards bring life and energy to the entrance
walkway, as well as meeting the requirements of the concept of evoked emotion in the
building. The luminaires will be customized to include a set of motion sensitive beams.
When these beams are broken, it was trigger the following set of bollards to change color
slightly. While this change will be very slight, I feel even the smallest amount of
influence a person has over their environment has a huge personal psychological impact.
3. Mount landscape lighting in trees and aim down through canopy onto patio. By allowing
the light to filter through the canopy of the tree, the light becomes much more diffuse and
calming than a bright tree trunk, which is a bright, distracting, vertical surface. The
diffuse overhead light is meant to mimic moonlight filtering through the trees, even on
the darkest of cloudy nights, to create a place that always feels peaceful and safe.
63 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
64 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 4.4 – Reflected ceiling Plan (reference Appendix for luminaire types)
Light Loss Factors
Fixture Type
D-2
D-12
D-13
Maintenance
Category
V
IV
V
LLD
LDD
BF
RSDD
Total LLF
1.00
-----
0.92
-----
1.00
-----
0.96
-----
0.88
0.65
0.65
Table 4.3 - Light Loss Factors (New Design)
Energy Modeling
Fixture Type
D-2
D-12
D-13
Lamp Type
LED
CMH
LV MR16
Count
Watts/Fixt
Total Watts
17
14
6
48
24
50
816
336
300
System=
1452
Table 4.4 - Energy Modeling Analysis (New Design)
65 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 4.5 – Horizontal Illuminance Values & Isocontours
Illuminance Summary:
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 2.9fc (Steps)
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 7.0fc (Sidewalk)
• Average Horizontal Illuminance: 3.9fc (Patio)
66 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Summary of Design:
The above-detailed design has met my expectations for the lighting concept and performance.
The linear LED projectors seems not bright enough in renderings, but real-life mockups have
shown that this product is a great candidate for this type of application and is meant for
illuminating building facades. I was very please with the Thorn lighting bollards that I specified,
as they combined the normal pathway lighting and an integral LED luminous top. This playful
luminous top was integral to my design and saves a significant amount of money on the project
not having to have them custom built. Illuminance levels are adequate to my desired levels for
safety, but if field tests proved the LEDs less bright than in the simulation, the manufacturer
provides alternate lamping options for the pathway lighting lamp while maintaining the luminous
LED top.
Illuminance and uniformity are acceptable at the patio area. More leafy shadows would be
apparent from a deciduous tree with leaves and is the major driving force behind the concept for
the canopy mounted landscape lights. This diffuse, textured light will create the effects I had
envisioned in this intimate patio seating area.
All power allowances are within the allowable Massachusetts Energy Code values and no lamp
was specified outside over 100w.
67 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Electrical Depth
The following pages detail an in-depth analysis of the electrical systems in the Williams College
Center for Theatre & Dance, including a lighting and distribution panel feeder and branch circuit
design, a feasibility study on the application of PV arrays for on-grid building power, and a
protective device coordination study.
68 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Electrical Systems Overview
I. Power Distribution Systems
The electrical distribution system for the Williams College ’62 Center for Theater & Dance is
a radial system that is powered by two 1500A pad-mounted transformers, located on the west side of
the building. These transformers are the access point from the campus-wide distribution system.
Once in the building, the system goes through two main distribution panels, with a manual tie breaker
linking them. Since this project consists of both a renovation portion (The Adams Memorial Theatre)
and a new construction portion (The Center for Theatre & Dance, built around The Adams Memorial
Theatre), it will be necessary to describe the interaction between these two spaces. The existing 600A
feeder service for the existing Adams Memorial Theatre was removed and new 480Y/277v and
208Y/120v systems were brought into the theatre. The 480Y/277v line feeds a single lighting control
panel that services the 277v main and ground floor lighting. The 208Y/120v line feeds a 1200A
distribution panel that sends power to multiple lighting control panels for the house and theatrical
stage lights, as well as a 225kva rooftop AC unit. There’s also both 480Y/277v and 208Y/120v
systems in the new Center for Theater & Dance, which are used for similar applications. See Table 1
in Appendix C for a schedule of transformers.
II. Emergency Power System
The building is serviced by a 100kw diesel sound attenuated vibration-reducing pad-mounted
emergency generator, located in the main emergency electrical room on the ground floor. The
generator is connected to four automatic transfer switches, which control the overall emergency
lighting system in both the Center for Dance & Theatre and the Adam’s Memorial Theatre renovation.
Two of the automatic transfer switches control power transfer for the emergency lighting panels and
elevators, and the other two switch emergency power for the fire alarm system’s “full-bright” panic
signal.
III. Overcurrent Protection
The electrical distribution system relies on circuit breakers and fused disconnect switches to
provide the overcurrent protection. Most panelboards and switchgear are located within dedicated
electrical rooms or closets. Motor control centers are generally located in dedicated mechanical rooms.
Large units such as switchgear and motor control centers are in the basement, while smaller
panelboards are located in the closets on upper floors. The third floor contains all the dimmer racks
for the main theatre and the studio theatre in a shared dimmer room. The dedicated main lighting
electrical closets and emergency lighting electrical closets have been separated from each other in all
instances.
IV. Lighting Systems
The entry vestibule on the south side of the building uses halogen sources for both interior
and exterior lighting. The interior lobby space also uses halogen, but switches to incandescent with
quartz accents as the space transitions into the theatre. Most other general lighting away from the
main entry to the theatre is either compact fluorescent or linear fluorescent. A detailed list of lamps in
the building and their operating characteristics can be found in appendix C.
69 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
V. ASHRAE 90.1 Shutoff Requirements
The building is monitored by an energy management control system (EMCS) that optimizes
energy consumption while maintaining occupant comfort. This EMCS is connected to relay panels at
each lighting panel and maintains a time-clock control device for shutting off electrical lighting within
the building and the control of exterior site lighting. This system also has the capability to reduce and
shut off motors once the peak demand load has been reached for a month to conserve energy and
electricity costs.
Small offices and other rooms throughout the building that are not performance spaces or
spaces intended for 24-hour occupancy have been equipped with occupancy sensors for savings in
energy consumption.
VI. Power Factor Correction
There are no power factor correction devices used in the electrical system for this building.
VII. Design Considerations
The building does not have an overly large footprint, so there don’t seem to be too many
concerns about voltage drop from long runs. A consideration that will need to be made is the
temperature differential between the basement feeder and any lines run to the top of the 80 ft fly tower
of the main stage. It will need to be considered that ballasts will be running at 35c or above and will
affect the output of most fluorescent lamps.
The control for the tie breaker between the two main incoming feeders in the main switchgear
may be beneficial to be automatic in the event of significant voltage drop so that if it were to occur
during a performance, the performance could still go on with just a slight interruption. Currently, the
tie breaker is manual and would require someone to go down in the mechanical room and switch the
breaker, increasing the amount of time the building is without primary power.
A lot of consideration needs to be placed on the design of the communications systems
throughout the building. The buildings occupancy as an educational facility and as a theatrical
performance building increases the need for wired and wireless data transfer for laptops, inter-system
controls for a/v integration into overall building and stage performance, and technological expansion.
Upgrading a system of this magnitude would be incredibly costly for the college, so looking towards
expansion capabilities during construction can save a lot of money in the future.
VIII. NEC Design Load
The total calculated NEC design load was approximately 1400kw. Two 1500kw transformers
feed the main distribution panels for the building. I’m assuming that this discrepancy, the amount of
available power being twice the design load, has to do with the manual tie breaker between the two
sides of the main switchgear. This would allow for one transformer to temporarily carry the load for
the entire building until the second transformer could be repaired. The main transformers are rated at
1500kva, which equates to maximum output amperage of 1805A. This value is less than the rated
value of the wire, which is 80% of the ampacity of seven sets of 500MCM wire, or 2128A. The wire
is adequately sized for the size of the transformers. The two main distribution panels that are fed by
the main switchgear both sized appropriately as well. Distribution panel DHB has an 800A trip and is
fed by 2 sets of 600MCM wire rated at 840A. Distribution panel DHBB has a 1200A trip and is fed
by 4 sets of 500MCM wire rated at 1520A. Detailed calculations for the NEC design load can be
found in Appendix D.
70 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
IX. Electric Utility Rates
Electric utility is provided by Williams College through their campus-wide distribution
system. According to the Utilities Program Director of the Williams College Facilities Department,
the Center for Theatre & Dance is a part of the medium voltage campus-wide distribution system and
they do not track peak demand charges for each individual building on this system. The total usage of
the building over the past 12 month period (July05-June06), was 1,219,964 kwh at a rate of
$0.084/kwh, including transmission and distribution charges.
X. Communication Systems
Ethernet/Phone/AV: All Data/Voice/Coax conduits in the building are fed from room 052,
Tel/Data, located in the basement of the 550 seat main theatre. Two data racks house the input/output
data streams and are backed up by a UPS. Data and voice inputs are primarily located in offices and
the theatrical control room in the 550 seat main theatre. Other inputs are placed at intervals
throughout the rest of the building for a flexible data communication system. Most lines are run
through conduit and cable trays that run throughout the circulation spaces in the building.
Fire Protection: The Center for Theatre & Dance utilizes two levels of fire protection. The
first is a wet system with sprinkler heads throughout the building. In theatrical spaces where efforts
were taken to preserve the beauty of the space, concealed sprinkler heads were used. The second
system is a fire department hookup that is controlled by three separate automatic control valves in the
main mechanical room in the basement of the west side of the building. The fire department inlet is
located by the north entrance to the building. Ceiling mounted smoke detectors are located throughout
the building.
XI. Documentation Inconsistencies
Note: The MEP consultant on the job has refused to release the panelboard schedules
and final electrical drawings. Panelboard schedules are also not included in the construction
documents set. Unknown circuits are listed as such and have been assumed fully loaded with a
“good practice” loading assumption of 80% of the allowable ampacity of the C/B. It is
understood that this will result in an oversized feeder for these panels and in some instances, on
existing panels, the design load (A) will not match the circuit breaker or feeder size.
Coordination of this sizing was updated for the new design panelboards.
71 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Space 1: Main Stage Lobby (A circulation space)
General Summary:
The circulation of the building is made up of 3 defined
entry locations and 332 feet of linear serpentine hallway that runs
from the south side to the north side that totals 5576 sq.ft. The
1450 sq.ft. southern entry lobby is the signiature entrance of the
building, created as a luminous box of aluminum and glass
curtainwall. This is the entry for the main theatre space in the
building, the 550 seat Main Stage, that is home to both community
and college theatre productions. On the inside face of the
curtainwall, wood slats were designed as permenant louvers to
filter daylight into the lobby and warm up the atmosphere of the
materials. A second lobby exists in the middle of the corridor: a
1120 sq.ft. breakout lounge that marks the entrance to the Center
Stage theatrical laboratory. A grand staircase moves occupants
from this breakout lounge to the entrance at the north side of the building, which is one story
higher than the southern entrance.
72 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
73 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Existing Conditions:
Figure 5.1 – Circuiting Plan (Existing Layout)
Existing Conditions Summary:
The lobby currently has two Lutron dimming panels that address all the lighting loads in
the space, one for lighting and one for emergency. Luminaires that are shaded are wired for
emergency transfer. The Lutron dimming panel has a 12 scene user interface. Both dimmer
panels are main lugs only and are protected by the C/B of the panel that serves them. Feeder and
C/B information for the feeding panel are provided in the following charts, along with detailed
circuiting and zoning information for each. Note that there is a discrepancy between the
calculated values for the feeder and C/B size and the information that was listed on the drawings,
displayed at the top of the panel schedule. Without more information it is difficult to justify these
differences.
74 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Panelboard Schedules & Feeders
Dimmer Panel - DPA
208Y/120V 3 Phase 4 Wire, 80A Feed, M.L.O.
Fixture Type
Ckt
Zone Load (W)
Uplight
1
4
350
Uplight
2
4
350
Uplight
3
4
350
Par Down
4
5
90
Balcony Down
5
6
100
Exterior Up
6
7
250
Exterior Up
7
7
250
Exterior Down
8
8
90
Par Down-AMT
9
9
90
Lobby Balcony
10
11
50
Calculation of Design Load Ampacity:
Qt
5
5
4
11
6
6
6
4
4
6
Serviced By Panel: DLB, C/B 9
Load Type Total Load
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
Wire Size
Connected Load:
(x 1.25) growth:
(/ 0.80) code:
Conduit Size
(4) #8 AWG + (1) #10 AWG g
3/4" EMT
1750
1750
1400
990
600
1500
1500
360
360
300
Max Load
Bkr Size
Phase
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
10510
13138
-------------->
36.5 A
45.6 A
----------------------------->
Circuit Breaker
50A
Table 5.1 – Dimmer Panel DPA Schedule (Existing Layout)
Dimmer Panel - EDPA
Serviced By Panel: EPLGS, C/B 2,4,6,8
120V 1 Phase 2 Wire, 20A Feed, M.L.O.
Fixture Type
Ckt
Zone Load (W)
Uplight
1
1
350
Par Down-AMT
2
2
90
Balcony Down
3
3
100
Par Down-AMT
4
10
90
Calculation of Design Load Ampacity:
Qt
4
8
5
4
Load Type Total Load
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
INC/LV
Wire Size
Connected Load:
(x 1.25) growth:
(/ 0.80) code:
Conduit Size
(2) #14 AWG + (1) #14 AWG g
1/2" EMT
1400
720
500
360
Max Load
Bkr Size
1920
1920
1920
1920
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
2980
3725
-------------->
10.3 A
12.9 A
----------------------------->
Circuit Breaker
Table 5.2 – Emergency Dimmer Panel EDPA Schedule (Existing Layout)
75 of 139
15A
Phase
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Distribution Panel - DLB
208Y120V, 3P 4W
800A M.L.O.
SURFACE MOUNTED
MIN. AIC. = 65K
Item No.
Item Served
Frame
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
D-2
D-5
100
100
100
100
225
100
225
100
225
225
100
225
100
AUDIO COMPANY SWITCH
D-A1
D-D2
D-DR1
D-DR2
D-D1
LUTRON PANEL DPA
SPARE
SPARE
SPACE & HARDWARE
SPACE & HARDWARE
Breaker
Trip
Poles
100
3
100
3
100
3
60
3
200
3
60
3
200
3
100
3
80
3
200
3
100
3
3
3
Table 5.3 – Distribution Panelboard DLB Schedule (Existing Layout)
76 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
New Design:
Figure 5.2 – Circuiting Plan (New Layout)
New Electrical Conditions Summary:
The new circuiting layout uses almost the same number of dimmer zones and circuits, but
the individual loads have been significantly reduced and can be seen on the tables below. I was
able to reduce the C/B protecting dimmer panel DPA from 50A to 15A, due to lower wattage
lamps such as LEDs and CFLs. All ballasts and drivers have been specified as dimmable. Note
the panelboard schedule has been provided for a piece of switchgear, lighting distribution
panelboard DLB, as this breaker size changed due to reduced loading on the Lutron dimming
panel.
77 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Panelboard Schedules & Feeders
Dimmer Panel - DPA
208Y/120V 3 Phase 4 Wire, 20A Feed, M.L.O.
Fixture Type
Ckt
Zone Load (W)
Fiberoptics
1
1
75
Lobby Stairs
2
2
8.00/ft
Exterior Down
3
3
48
Passage Down
4
4
28
Balcony Down
5
6
28
Balcony Cove
6
8
1.15/ft
Lobby Signage
7
9
8.00/ft
Lobby Spots
8
10
50
Par Down-AMT
9
11
90
Lobby Vestibule
10
13
22
Calculation of Design Load Ampacity:
Serviced By Panel: DLB, C/B 9
Qt
Load Type Total Load
3
40
17
6
5
56
23
4
4
2
Fiberoptic
LED
LED
CFL
CFL
LED
LED
INC/LV
INC/LV
CFL
Wire Size
Connected Load:
(x 1.25) growth:
(/ 0.80) code:
Conduit Size
(4) #14 AWG + (1) #14 AWG g
1/2" EMT
225
320
816
168
140
65
184
200
360
44
Max Load
Bkr Size
Phase
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
2522
3153
-------------->
8.8 A
10.9 A
----------------------------->
Circuit Breaker
15A
Table 5.4 – Dimmer Panel DPA Schedule (New Layout)
Dimmer Panel - EDPA
Serviced By Panel: EPLGS, C/B 2,4,6
120V 1 Phase 2 Wire, 20A Feed, M.L.O.
Fixture Type
Ckt
Zone Load (W)
Passage Down
1
5
28
Balcony Down
2
7
100
Par Down-AMT
3
12
90
Calculation of Design Load Ampacity:
Qt
6
6
4
Load Type Total Load
CFL
INC/LV
INC/LV
Wire Size
Connected Load:
(x 1.25) growth:
(/ 0.80) code:
Conduit Size
(2) #14 AWG + (1) #14 AWG g
1/2" EMT
168
600
360
Max Load
Bkr Size
1920
1920
1920
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
20A - 1P
1128
1410
-------------->
3.9 A
4.9 A
----------------------------->
Circuit Breaker
Table 5.5 – Emergency Dimmer Panel EDPA Schedule (New Layout)
78 of 139
15A
Phase
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Distribution Panel - DLB
208Y120V, 3P 4W
800A M.L.O.
SURFACE MOUNTED
MIN. AIC. = 65K
Item No.
Item Served
Frame
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
D-2
D-5
100
100
100
100
225
100
225
100
100
225
100
225
100
AUDIO COMPANY SWITCH
D-A1
D-D2
D-DR1
D-DR2
D-D1
LUTRON PANEL DPA
SPARE
SPARE
SPACE & HARDWARE
SPACE & HARDWARE
Table 5.6 – Distribution Panelboard DLB Schedule (New Layout)
79 of 139
Breaker
Trip
Poles
100
3
100
3
100
3
60
3
200
3
60
3
200
3
100
3
15
3
200
3
100
3
3
3
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Space 2: Center Stage Lobby (A special purpose space)
General Summary:
Located just outside the Center Stage black box theatre
and in the middle of a long hallway that winds through the entire
length of the building, the Center Stage lobby marks the point at
which the architect has chosen to change the use of materials from
a warm wood glow to a more harsh and technical steel and
aluminum. This change was characterized as personifying the
learning experience as you travel to the “back of the house” of the
theatrical world, where things aren’t quite as warm and beautiful
as the end result on stage. This breakout space also serves as one
of the three entrances to the new construction portion of the
building and has quite and extensive square footage of glass, both
along the perimeter wall and at the skylight in the ajoining
corridor to the north west.
80 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
81 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Existing Conditions:
Figure 6.1 – Circuiting Plan (Existing Layout)
82 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Panelboard Schedules & Feeders
Dimmer Rack - DR4
Location: Dimmer Room #356
Feeder Size:
Serviced By: Main Switchgear SB3, Item #6, w/ 200A C/B
(4) #3/0 + (1) #6G in 2"C
Rack No.
Circuit #
Dimmer Slot
Zone
Description
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
DR4-1
DR4-2
DR4-3
DR4-4
DR4-5
DR4-6
DR4-7
DR4-8
DR4-9
DR4-10
DR4-11
DR4-12
DR4-13
DR4-14
DR4-15
DR4-16
DR4-17
DR4-18
DR4-19
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8
9
10
11
11
12
13
14
15
16
Cove at Floor 2
Cove at Floor 2
Cove at Floor 3
Track at Stairs
Track at Stairs
DL at Center Stair
Jelly Jars
Jelly Jars
Skylight Fixtures
Skylight Fixtures
Lobby Grid
SLL 282
Second Floor Hallway
Second Floor Hallway
Grid Receptacle
Grid Receptacle
Grid Receptacle
Grid Receptacle
Grid Receptacle
Fixture Load
Qty
Total Load (W) Emergency
2680
1
2680
1
2280
1
90
4
90
5
100
4
100
16
100
10
270
3
270
3
90
11
100
7
100
3
46
4
575
2
575
2
575
2
575
2
575
2
Total Connected Load:
1280
1400
2280
360
450
400
1600
1000
810
810
990
700
300
184
1150
1150
1150
1150
1150
18314
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Panel #
EL3S-21
EL3S-23
EL3S-25
EL3S-27
EL3S-29
EL3S-22
Table 6.1 - Dimmer Rack DR4 (Existing Layout)
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
VOLTAGE: 480Y/277V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 150A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 125A M.L.O.
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
2nd Fl Corr
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
----None
None
None
None
None
None
PANEL TAG: LH1N
PANEL LOCATION: Electrical Closet #184
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
MIN. C/B AIC: 22K
OPTIONS: Conductors are:
(4) #1 + (1) #6G in 2"C
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
70A/3P
--------1P
1P
1P
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
322
3545
3545
15519
15519
15519
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
unknown
Rec. Dock
Main Corr
2nd Fl
Hall #091
Waiting Area
Lobby East
unknown
unknown
El. Cl. #184
----------None
None
None
None
None
None
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
CFL Downlights
unknown
unknown
T4 Xfrm to PL1N
--------------Spare
Spare
Spare
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
40.66
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
40.33
POWER FACTOR
1.00
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
40.33
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
136
Table 6.2 - Panelboard Schedule LH1N (Existing Layout)
83 of 139
112.86
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
PANEL TAG: ELH3N
PANEL LOCATION: Emergency Closet #358
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
VOLTAGE: 480Y/277V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 150A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 125A M.L.O.
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
--------------unknown
unknown
CFL Downlights
CFL Downlights
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Stair 13
Stair 13
unknown
unknown
----unknown
unknown
2nd Fl Corr
Lobby East
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
3545
3545
3545
6651
6651
6651
3545
3545
3545
322
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
30A/3P
--------20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
OPTIONS: Conductors are:
2hr Fire Rated (3)#4 in Metal Sheath.
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
1380
3545
3545
3545
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
Elev. Pent.
Scene Shop
Act Studio
2nd Fl Corr
unknown
unknown
Dance Studio
unknown
unknown
unknown
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
Fluorescent Ltg
HID Canister
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
26.08
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
24.38
POWER FACTOR
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
24.38
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
Table 6.3 - Panelboard Schedule ELH3N (Existing Layout)
84 of 139
73.83
1.00
89
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
New Design:
Figure 6.2 – Circuiting Plan (New Layout)
85 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Panelboard Schedules & Feeders
Dimmer Rack - DR4
Location: Dimmer Room #356
Feeder Size:
Serviced By: Main Switchgear SB3, Item #6, w/ 125A C/B
(4) #1 + (1) #6G in 1.5"C
Rack No.
Circuit #
Dimmer Slot
Zone
Description
Fixture Load
Qty
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
DR4-1
DR4-2
DR4-3
DR4-4
DR4-5
DR4-6
DR4-7
DR4-8
DR4-9
DR4-10
DR4-11
DR4-12
DR4-13
DR4-14
DR4-15
DR4-16
DR4-17
DR4-18
DR4-19
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
------------------------------------
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8
9
10
11
11
---------------------
Cove at Floor 2
Cove at Floor 2
Cove at Floor 3
Track at Stairs
Track at Stairs
DL at Center Stair
Jelly Jars
Jelly Jars
Skylight Fixtures
Skylight Fixtures
Lobby Grid
SLL 282
Second Floor Hallway
Second Floor Hallway
Removed Receptacles
Removed Receptacles
Removed Receptacles
Removed Receptacles
Removed Receptacles
2680
2680
2280
90
90
100
100
100
48
48
50
100
100
46
-----------------------------------------
1
1
1
4
5
4
16
10
3
3
5
7
3
9
---------------------
Total Load (W) Emergency
1280
1400
2280
360
450
400
1600
1000
144
144
250
700
300
414
---------------------
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
---------------------
Panel #
EL3S-21
EL3S-23
EL3S-25
EL3S-27
EL3S-29
EL3S-22
Table 6.4 - Dimmer Rack DR4 (New Layout)
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
VOLTAGE: 480Y/277V,3PH,4W
PANEL TAG: LH1N
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 225A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 175A M.L.O.
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
2nd Fl Corr
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
----None
None
None
None
None
None
MIN. C/B AIC: 22K
PANEL LOCATION: Electrical Closet #184
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
OPTIONS: Conductors to be:
(4) #2/0 + (1) #6G in 2"C
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
70A/3P
--------1P
1P
1P
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
322
3545
3545
15519
15519
15519
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
unknown
Rec. Dock
Main Corr
2nd Fl
Hall #091
Waiting Area
Lobby East
unknown
unknown
El. Cl. #184
----------None
None
None
None
None
None
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
CFL Downlights
unknown
unknown
T4 Xfrm to PL1N
--------------Spare
Spare
Spare
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
40.66
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
40.33
POWER FACTOR
1.00
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
40.33
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
130
Table 6.5 - Panelboard Schedule LH1N (New Layout)
86 of 139
108.34
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
PANEL TAG: ELH3N
PANEL LOCATION: Emergency Closet #358
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
VOLTAGE: 480Y/277V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 150A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 125A M.L.O.
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
--------------unknown
unknown
CFL Downlights
CFL Downlights
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Stair 13
Stair 13
unknown
unknown
----unknown
unknown
2nd Fl Corr
Lobby East
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
3545
3545
3545
6651
6651
6651
3545
3545
3545
276
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
30A/3P
--------20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
OPTIONS: Conductors to be:
2hr Fire Rated (3)#1 in Metal Sheath.
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
1350
3545
3545
3545
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
Elev. Pent.
Scene Shop
Act Studio
2nd Fl Corr
unknown
unknown
Dance Studio
unknown
unknown
unknown
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
Fluorescent Ltg
HID Canister
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
26.00
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
24.38
POWER FACTOR
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
24.38
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
Table 6.6 - Panelboard Schedule ELH3N (New Layout)
87 of 139
73.74
1.00
89
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Space 3: Dance Rehearsal Studio (A large work space)
General Summary:
Located on the second floor of the North West corner of
the building is a 3200 sq.ft. (65’x50’) dance rehearsal studio that is
surrounded on three sides by soaring glass curtain walls with an
impressive view of the rolling landscape. There’s 27 feet from
floor to ceiling, which takes the room straight to the underside of
the roof, leaving the mechanical and lighting systems exposed
overheard, while maximizing the volume of the space. The fourth
wall of the space, which isn’t made of glass, is covered with eight
foot tall mirrors and acoustical panels.
88 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
89 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Existing Conditions:
Figure 7.1 – Circuiting Plan (Existing Layout)
One panelboard has not been shown due to such a small change in the overall loading of the panel.
The incandescent lighting loads, removed from dimmer panel DP-2 panel, reduces the load on
panel PHGN, circuit #76, and makes the 30A 3P breaker unnecessary.
Panelboard Schedules & Feeders
Dimmer Rack - DR1
Location: Closet #090
Feeder Size:
Serviced By: Main Switchgear SB3, Item #3, w/600A C/B
2 Sets (4) 350MCM + (1)#1G in (2) 3"C
Rack No.
Circuit #
Dimmer Slot
Zone
Description
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
DP1-1
DP1-2
DP1-3
DP1-4
DP1-5
DP1-6
DP2-1
DP2-2
DP2-3
DP2-4
DP2-5
DP2-6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Directing Studio Downlights
Directing Studio Downlights
Directing Studio Downlights
Directing Studio Downlights
Directing Studio Downlights
SLL 089
Dance Researsal Downlights
Dance Researsal Downlights
Dance Researsal Downlights
Dance Researsal Downlights
Dance Researsal Downlights
SLL 282
Table 7.1 - Dimmer Rack DR1 (Existing Layout)
90 of 139
Lamp Type
Qty
150PAR38/FL
5
150PAR38/FL
5
150PAR38/FL
5
150PAR38/FL
5
150PAR38/FL
5
100A/1F
1
90PAR38/FL
6
90PAR38/FL
6
90PAR38/FL
6
90PAR38/FL
6
90PAR38/FL
6
100A/1F
1
Total Connected Load:
Total Load (W) Emergency
750
750
750
750
750
100
540
540
540
540
540
100
6650
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Panel #
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
VOLTAGE: 480Y/277V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 225A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 225A M.L.O.
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
2nd Fl South
Black Box
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------------------------
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
OPTIONS: Conductors are:
(4) #4/0 + (1) #4G in 2.5"C
PANEL TAG: LH3S
PANEL LOCATION: Dimmer Room #356
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
125A/3P
--------1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
3545
3545
3545
3545
3128
2576
27713
27713
27713
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
WTF Office
3rd Fl South
Scene Shop
Scene Shop
Dance Studio
Dance Studio
Ctl Rm #348
-----------------------------
Fluorescent Ltg
CFL Downlights
HID Canister
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
T5 Xfrm to PLS3
--------------Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
45.44
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
45.02
POWER FACTOR
127.20
1.00
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
44.47
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
153
Table 7.2 - Panelboard Schedule LH3S (Existing Layout)
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
VOLTAGE: 480Y/277V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 150A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 125A M.L.O.
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
--------------unknown
unknown
CFL Downlights
CFL Downlights
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Stair 13
Stair 13
unknown
unknown
----unknown
unknown
2nd Fl Corr
Lobby East
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
PANEL TAG: ELH3N
PANEL LOCATION: Emergency Closet #358
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
3545
3545
3545
6651
6651
6651
3545
3545
3545
322
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
30A/3P
--------20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
OPTIONS: Conductors are:
2hr Fire Rated (3)#4 in Metal Sheath.
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
1380
3545
3545
3545
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
Elev. Pent.
Scene Shop
Act Studio
2nd Fl Corr
unknown
unknown
Dance Studio
unknown
unknown
unknown
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
Fluorescent Ltg
HID Canister
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
26.08
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
24.38
POWER FACTOR
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
24.38
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
Table 7.3 - Panelboard Schedule ELH3N (Existing Layout)
91 of 139
73.83
1.00
89
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
New Design:
Figure 7.2 – Circuiting Plan (New Layout)
Panelboard Schedules & Feeders
Dimmer Rack - DR1
Location: Closet #090
Feeder Size:
Serviced By: Main Switchgear SB3, Item #3, w/20A C/B
(4) #12 + (1) #12 in 1/2"C
Rack No.
Circuit #
Dimmer Slot
Zone
Description
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
DP1-1
DP1-2
DP1-3
DP1-4
DP1-5
DP1-6
DP2-1
DP2-2
DP2-3
DP2-4
DP2-5
DP2-6
1
2
3
4
5
6
-------------------------------------------
1
2
3
4
5
6
-------------------------
Directing Studio Downlights
Directing Studio Downlights
Directing Studio Downlights
Directing Studio Downlights
Directing Studio Downlights
SLL 089
Removed DP2 from rack
Removed DP2 from rack
Removed DP2 from rack
Removed DP2 from rack
Removed DP2 from rack
Removed DP2 from rack
Table 7.4 - Dimmer Rack DR1 (New Layout)
92 of 139
Lamp Type
Qty
150PAR38/FL
5
150PAR38/FL
5
150PAR38/FL
5
150PAR38/FL
5
150PAR38/FL
5
100A/1F
1
------------------------------------------------------------------------Total Connected Load:
Total Load (W) Emergency
750
750
750
750
750
100
------------------------3850
No
No
No
No
No
No
-------------------------
Panel #
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
2nd Fl South
Black Box
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------------------------
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
OPTIONS: Conductors are:
(4) #3/0 + (1) #6G in 2"C
PANEL TAG: LH3S
PANEL LOCATION: Dimmer Room #356
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
VOLTAGE: 480Y/277V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 225A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 200A M.L.O.
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
125A/3P
--------1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
1P
3545
3545
3545
3545
2610
2970
27713
27713
27713
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
WTF Office
3rd Fl South
Scene Shop
Scene Shop
Dance Studio
Dance Studio
Ctl Rm #348
-----------------------------
Fluorescent Ltg
CFL Downlights
HID Canister
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
T5 Xfrm to PLS3
--------------Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
Spare
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
45.44
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
44.50
POWER FACTOR
127.00
1.00
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
44.86
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
153
Table 7.5 - Panelboard Schedule LH3S (New Layout)
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
VOLTAGE: 480Y/277V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 150A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 125A M.L.O.
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
Fluorescent Ltg
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
--------------unknown
unknown
CFL Downlights
CFL Downlights
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Stair 13
Stair 13
unknown
unknown
----unknown
unknown
2nd Fl Corr
Lobby East
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
PANEL TAG: ELH3N
PANEL LOCATION: Emergency Closet #358
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
3545
3545
3545
6651
6651
6651
3545
3545
3545
276
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
30A/3P
--------20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
OPTIONS: Conductors to be:
2hr Fire Rated (3)#1 in Metal Sheath.
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
3545
1350
3545
3545
3545
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
Elev. Pent.
Scene Shop
Act Studio
2nd Fl Corr
unknown
unknown
Dance Studio
unknown
unknown
unknown
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
Fluorescent Ltg
HID Canister
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
Fluorescent Ltg
unknown
unknown
unknown
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
Non-existant
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
26.00
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
24.38
POWER FACTOR
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
24.38
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
Table 7.6 - Panelboard Schedule ELH3N (New Layout)
93 of 139
73.74
1.00
89
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Space 4: Building Facade (An outdoor space or building facade)
General Summary:
The façade of the building is currently unlit other than the
glowing effects of the interior lighting. There’s path lighting at the
entry drive for safety, but the rest of the site is relatively unlit as
well. The façade heights range from 24 to 80 feet and combine a
combination of limestone veneer, glass and aluminum curtainwall,
and brick. Most of the façade is surrouned by grass and is not
meant to be walked along. However, there are focal points in the
façade at defined entrances at the south and north ends of the
building, and at a small paved courtyard on the east side. These
entrances, especially the southern end, will need to be address in
the lighting solution to make sure they stand out as prominent
pieces of the architectural language. There’s a significant number
of trees on the sight which may block the view of building façade
lighting and should be incorporated into the analysis to make sure
lighting isn’t being used in places it wont be seen.
94 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
95 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
96 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Existing Conditions:
Figure 8.1 – Circuiting Plan (Existing Layout)
97 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Panelboard Schedules & Feeders
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
VOLTAGE: 208Y/120V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 225A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 225A C/B
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
OPTIONS: Conductors are:
(4) #4/0 + (1) #4G in 2.5"C
PANEL TAG: PL1S-1
PANEL LOCATION: Electrical Closet #161
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
23.04
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
23.04
POWER FACTOR
82.94
1.00
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
23.04
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
230
Table 8.1 - Panelboard Schedule PL1S (1 of 2) (Existing Layout)
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
VOLTAGE: 208Y/120V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 225A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 225A C/B
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
unknown
unknown
unknown
LV XFMR #4
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
unknown
unknown
unknown
Patio
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------
PANEL TAG: PL1S-2
PANEL LOCATION: Electrical Closet #161
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
1920
1920
1920
200
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
OPTIONS: Conductors are:
(4) #4/0 + (1) #4G in 2.5"C
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
100
100
100
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
Front Lawn
Front Lawn
Front Lawn
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------
LV XFMR #7
LV XFMR #6
LV XFMR #5
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
19.50
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
21.22
POWER FACTOR
1.00
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
21.22
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
206
Table 8.2 - Panelboard Schedule PL1S (2 of 2) (Existing Layout)
98 of 139
74.33
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
New Design:
Figure 8.2 – Circuiting Plan (New Layout)
99 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Panelboard Schedules & Feeders
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
VOLTAGE: 208Y/120V,3PH,4W
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 400A
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 300A 3P C/B
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
OPTIONS: Conductors to be:
(4) 350MCM + (1) #4G in 3"C
PANEL TAG: PL1S-1
PANEL LOCATION: Electrical Closet #161
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
C POS. NO. C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
23.04
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
23.04
POWER FACTOR
77.41
1.00
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
23.04
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
215
Table 8.3 - Panelboard Schedule PL1S (1 of 2) (New Layout)
PANELBOARD SCHEDULE
VOLTAGE: 208Y/120V,3PH,4W
PANEL LOCATION: Electrical Closet #161
SIZE/TYPE MAIN: 250A 3P C/B
DESCRIPTION
LOCATION
unknown
CMH
CMH
LV XFMR #4
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
unknown
Front Steps
Patio
Patio
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------
MIN. C/B AIC: 10K
PANEL TAG: PL1S-2
SIZE/TYPE BUS: 400A
OPTIONS: Conductors to be:
PANEL MOUNTING: SURFACE
LOAD (WATTS) C/B SIZE POS. NO.
1920
240
96
150
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
0
0
0
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
A
B
(4) 250MCM + (1) #4G in 2.5"C
C POS. NO.
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
C/B SIZE LOAD (WATTS)
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
20A/1P
1P
1P
1P
100
100
100
150
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
1920
0
0
0
LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
Front Lawn
Front Lawn
Front Lawn
Patio
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
-------
LV XFMR #7
LV XFMR #6
LV XFMR #5
LV XFMR #3
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
unknown
Spare
Spare
Spare
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - A
17.68
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (KW)
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - B
19.54
POWER FACTOR
CONNECTED LOAD (KW) - C
19.40
TOTAL DESIGN LOAD (AMPS)
Table 8.4 - Panelboard Schedule PL1S (1 of 2) (New Layout)
100 of 139
67.94
1.00
189
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Photovoltaic Feasibility Review
Introduction:
The Center for Theatre & Dance is located in a rather urban college setting and has an
underground parking deck located on the north side of the building (shown below, figure #.#).
The ground level of the parking deck has a layer of parking which is partially covered by a
slanted roof, with the remainder of the parking being underground. By taking advantage of this
large unused area of space and adding photovoltaic panels across it, Williams College could
supply 21.1% of the building’s overall energy consumption through renewable energy sources,
saving them an average of $21,580/yr in energy supply costs (including transmission and
distribution savings). Multiple other tax incentives and rebates are available and increase the
savings of implementing a photovoltaic system.
Figure 9.1 - Satellite image of parking deck during construction
Relevant Numerical Data for Photovoltaic Feasibility
Surface area of parking deck
Cost of Electricity
Average Bldg Energy Usage
Table 9.1 - Project Data
23,000 ft2 (2137.5m2)
$0.084/kwh
1,219,964 kwh/yr
101 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
State and Federal Tax Incentives:
The Massachusetts Division of Energy Resources (DOER), in conjunction with the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, offers the following state tax incentives for the introduction
and application of renewable energy sources in commercial buildings. Detailed specifications of
these credits can be found in the Renewable Energy & Distribution Generation Guidebook, April
2001, published by DOER and is officially listed in the Massachusetts General Laws (M.G.L.).
There are also federally regulated tax incentives that are detailed in the US Tax Code (U.S.C.
c.26). A brief description of these tax credits are listed below:
1. Corporate Income Tax Deduction
•
A business which purchases a qualifying solar or wind-powered “climatic control
unit” or “water heating unit” is allowed to deduct from its net income, for state
tax purposes, any costs incurred from installing the unit, provided the installation
is located in Massachusetts and is used exclusively in the trade or business of the
corporation (M.G.L. c.63, sec. 38H.).
•
Please note that if you qualify for this deduction you may also qualify for the
excise tax benefit described in M.G.L. c.63, sec. 38H(f).
2. Business Investment Tax Credit
•
26 U.S.C.A. 48 (a) allows deduction of up to 10% of cost for investing in,
purchasing, or constructing qualifying energy property for business use.
3. Renewable Energy Production Incentive
•
Local governmental entities and State entities may apply for an incentive
payment from the Department of Energy for electricity produced and sold by new
qualifying renewable energy generation facilities. Not-for-profit electric
cooperatives that began or begin operations between October 1, 1993 and
September 30, 2003 are also eligible. Annual incentive payments may total 1.5
cents per kilowatt-hour.
Feasibility Study:
Energy analysis and payback period calculations were performed using the Photovoltaic Energy
Modeling tool, a piece of the Clean Energy Project Analysis Software package, provided by
RETScreen International, a clean energy coalition developed through the Canadian National
Government.
The program loads weather data for selected cities and uses this information to compute average
energy-production rates of user-specified photovoltaic products. Using this energy generation
information, the program then computes a cost analysis for the entire system, including system
base cost, and outputs a payback period using base cost of energy, utility buyback, and tax
incentive information.
102 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
RETScreen® Energy Model - Photovoltaic Project
Site Conditions
Project name
Project location
Nearest location for weather data
Latitude of project location
Annual solar radiation (tilted surface)
Annual average temperature
System Characteristics
Application type
Grid type
PV energy absorption rate
PV Array
PV module type
PV module manufacturer / model #
Nominal PV module efficiency
NOCT
PV temperature coefficient
Miscellaneous PV array losses
Nominal PV array power
PV array area
Power Conditioning
Average inverter efficiency
Suggested inverter (DC to AC) capacity
Inverter capacity
Miscellaneous power conditioning losses
Training & Support
Estimate
Center for Theatre & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Worcester, MA
°N
42.3
MWh/m²
1.47
°C
8.2
Estimate
On-grid
Isolated-grid
95.0%
%
-
Notes/Range
See Online Manual
Complete SR&SL sheet
-90.0 to 90.0
-20.0 to 30.0
Notes/Range
%
°C
% / °C
%
kWp
m²
User-defined
BP Solar/ BP175B
13.5%
45
0.50%
5.0%
218.75
1,620.4
%
kW (AC)
kW (AC)
%
90%
196.9
72.0
0%
80% to 95%
Estimate
158.6
10.8%
13.4%
300.483
256.913
256,913
13.522
Notes/Range
Annual Energy Production (12.00 months analysed)
kWh/m²
Specific yield
Overall PV system efficiency
%
PV system capacity factor
%
Renewable energy collected
MWh
MWh
Renewable energy delivered
kWh
Excess RE available
MWh
See Product Database
4.0% to 15.0%
40 to 55
0.10% to 0.50%
0.0% to 20.0%
0% to 10%
Complete Cost Analysis sheet
Version 3.2
© Minister of Natural Resources Canada 1997 - 2005.
NRCan/CETC - Varennes
Figure 9.2 - Screen Shot of Photovoltaic Specifications & Power Output Characteristics
Data and cost figures for photovoltaic panels were drawn from BP Solar cut sheets (attached at
the end of this section) and from a phone conversation with a BP Solar representative. 1250
panels were used in the calculation, at 1.593m long x 0.790m wide, to generate the nominal
available power of 218.75kwp and a necessary surface area of 1620.4m2. The surface area used
for calculation is conservative, at 75% of the available area that could be used. This 25%
reduction of used surface area was assumed for a worst case scenario and to account for any
aesthetic additions the architect may desire to hide the addition of photovoltaics to the roof. If the
entire roof area were to be covered in photovoltaic panels, the nominal available power would
increase to 288.00kwp and would not significantly change the payback period.
103 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Project Costs and Savings
Initial Costs
0.0%
Feasibility study
0.0%
Development
0.0%
Engineering
96.1%
Energy equipment
Balance of equipment
0.0%
Miscellaneous
3.9%
100.0%
Initial Costs - Total
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
510,000
20,806
530,806
Incentives/Grants
$
81,213
Periodic Costs (Credits)
# Inverter Repair/Replacement
#
#
End of project life -
$
$
$
$
-
Annual Costs and Debt
O&M
Fuel
Debt payments - 25 yrs
Annual Costs and Debt - Total
$
$
$
$
880
22,774
23,654
Annual Savings or Income
Energy savings/income
Capacity savings/income
RE production credit income - 25 y
GHG reduction income - 10 yrs
Annual Savings - Total
$
$
$
$
$
22,630
3,759
26,389
Schedule yr # 12,24
Schedule yr # 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Schedule yr # 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
Schedule yr # 25
Financial Feasibility
Pre-tax IRR and ROI
After-tax IRR and ROI
Simple Payback
Year-to-positive cash flow
Net Present Value - NPV
Annual Life Cycle Savings
Benefit-Cost (B-C) ratio
%
%
yr
yr
$
$
-
Calculate energy production cost?
Energy production cost
Calculate GHG reduction cost?
GHG emission reduction cost
Project equity
Project debt
Debt payments
Debt service coverage
8.4%
8.4%
17.6
13.7
(13,680)
(1,393)
0.95
yes/no
$/kWh
yes/no
$/tCO2
$
$
$/yr
-
No
-0.06
No
Not calculated
265,403
265,403
22,774
1.17
Figure 9.3 - Project Costs and Savings
Cumulative Cash Flows Graph
Photovoltaic Project Cumulative Cash Flows
Center for Theatre & Dance, Williamstown, MA
Renewable energy delivered (MWh/yr): 250.568
Total Initial Costs:
$
Net average GHG reduction (tCO2/yr): 257.02
530,806
600,000
500,000
Cumulative Cash Flows ($)
400,000
300,000
200,000
100,000
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
(100,000)
(200,000)
(300,000)
Years
IRR and ROI: 8.4%
Year-to-positive cash flow: 13.7 yr
Net Present Value: $ -13,680
Figure 9.4 - Screen Shot of Project Cashflow Diagram Showing Payback Period and Time To
Positive
104 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Feasibility Review Summary:
Although providing 21% of the buildings energy from renewable sources is a noble undertaking,
a 19 year payback period may not be enticing enough to warrant the initial $530,000 for the
system. However, being that the building is a part of a campus grid and that most university
buildings have a very long lifespan (significantly higher than most traditional commercial
buildings), and depending on the college’s stance on sustainability, the initial cost may not be as
much of a burden as for some other owners. Not factored into this calculation is any increase in
admission that may occur from being able to advertise their “green” initiative on campus.
Without knowing the personal intentions of the board of trustees of Williams College, my
professional recommendation would be that it is not economically profitable to install this system
of PV’s on the parking deck of the Center for Theatre & Dance. Other systems may have a
cost/efficiency ratio that would create a more beneficial investment; however, a larger scale
investigation into the comparison of multiple PV arrays would be necessary.
105 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
106 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
107 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Energy Efficient Transformer Analysis
Traditional building transformers tend to be over-designed to handle harmonic loads. There are,
however, companies producing transformers that are designed for harmonic distribution and have
been engineered to have a very high efficiency. The following analysis will review the costs and
payback ratio of switching all transformers in the Center for Theatre & Dance to Powersmiths’
High Efficiency, T1000 series transformers, rated for NEMA TP-1 standards in energy efficiency.
Cost information for individual transformers is provided in the following documentation on the
next two pages as a part of Powersmiths’ Energy Savings and Payback Calculator. Prices were
referenced from a Powersmiths representative and from the 2003 Cutler-Hammer Products and
Services Catalog and are listed in U.S. dollars. For documentation of transformer sizing and
location, see the single-line diagram provided on the last page of the electrical depth section.
Loading percentages were estimated to approximate an average loading characteristic for the
building, year-round, and based on the overall building energy consumption for the 2006 fiscal
year, at 1,219,964kwh.
Using Powersmiths’ Energy Savings and Payback Calculator, the installation of Powersmiths
transformers would result in ~$9,500 savings per year, but due to the significant cost difference
between Powersmiths and Cutler-Hammer transformers, the payback on the initial cost would be
14 years.
Since this is a campus building, which will most likely have a lifespan of 40+ years, installing the
energy efficient transformers could prove beneficial, so long as the College has the initial funds
with which to invest. More interestingly for a liberal arts college in a rural Massachusetts setting,
emissions reductions from the installation of Powersmiths’ transformers would be equivalent to
planting 13 acres of forest, planting back almost one and a half times the area of the building’s
site, at 8.21 acres.
108 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
109 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
110 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Protective Device Coordination Study
I have selected a single run from the lighting distribution panel for space 3, the dance rehearsal
studio, back to the main switchgear, to verify this series of protective devices have been
adequately coordinated. A simplified diagrammatic representation of this coordination path is
shown below. The following pages list the individual trip curves that were assumed for the
particular circuit breakers in the system and a coordination graph, showing that all devices are
coordinated for acceptable protection. It should be noted that in order for this compliance to
occur, the 1200A circuit breaker in the main switchgear would need to have a short delay pickup
rating of at least 4 times the rating of the circuit breaker (4800A). Short circuit capacity
information was unavailable as this is a campus facility and is tied into their main distribution
loop.
Panel LH3S
C/B #10
20A 1P
277v
Panel DHBB
Item #3
225A 3P
277v
Main Switchgear MSB1
Item #5
1200A 3P
1200A frame @ 277v
Figure 11.1 - Diagram of Coordination Study Path
111 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 11.2 - 20A C/B Trip Curve from Lighting Distribution Panelboard LH3S
112 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 11.3 - 225A C/B Trip Curve from Main Distribution Board DHBB
113 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 11.4 - 1200A C/B Trip Curve from MSB1 Switchgear
114 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 11.5 - Trip Curve Coordination Study Graph
115 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
LEED Breadth
(Green Roof Feasibility Review)
17th story penthouse with a view? How about a 17th story penthouse with a garden, front porch,
and scenic walkway to say hi to your neighbors. Luxury living at its finest meets sustainable
design in a harmonic union.
The world of the future? Maybe, but for now, hopefully we can be satisfied by helping to save
the environment and saving a little money on energy consumption along with it.
116 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Introduction
Global warming, an increase in air pollutants, and the loss of potable water in natural aquifers are
becoming significant issues in today’s environment. These issues have been spawned by multiple
factors in today’s economic practices, but are spearheaded by the exponential growth of
commercial and residential buildings throughout the world. Current building standards accept
black membranes, tar, and rock as the proper solution to roofing of commercial buildings. These
black surfaces radiate absorbed heat back into the atmosphere, raising the mean ambient
temperature of the surrounding air, allow heat to transfer through the roof surfaces into the
building, increasing the load necessary from the mechanical system, and collect rainwater into
stormwater drains, which would otherwise be absorbed into the ground.
By adding a green roof to the Williams College Center for Theatre & Dance, many of these issues
can be averted, saving the college money over the building’s life cycle and making them feel a
little better about saving the environment. Conditions of the feasibility of the implementation of a
green roof are dependant on multiple factors, including the type of green roof used, available roof
surface area, and climate. It has been shown in previous case studies that green roofs are feasible
on buildings of this nature. This review will outline a comparison between the different types of
available green roofs, including benefits and costs of each, a description of building parameters,
as they pertain to the needs of these systems, and a cost analysis to determine if the addition of a
green roof system is financially beneficial.
What is a Green Roof?
A green roof is a living plant-surface layer applied on top of a traditional roof structure that
protects the roof from water damage, reduces solar heat gain into the building, absorbs
stormwater, and increases oxygen production rates. There are two unique classifications of green
roofs: Extensive and Intensive.
Extensive: Extensive green roofs are thin layers of naturally-occurring low-maintenance plants
and weeds that require minimal water and are seasonally regenerative. They are generally not
meant to be occupied spaces and are generally not meant for beautification of the building. They
do, however, have significant benefits for
applications on existing buildings. First,
extensive green roofs are designed to be
very light, usually between 2 and 6 inches
of growing medium, reducing the
additional load added to the roof’s
structural system. This, in turn, helps to
reduce to overall cost of the system.
Secondly, extensive green roofs don’t
require regular reseeding or maintenance.
If a roof area is being considered for a
green roof and is not readily accessible to
maintenance crews, an extensive green
roof is the way to go.
Figure 12.1 - Extensive Green Roof
117 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Intensive: Intensive green roofs are very thick, landscaped areas that are usually designed to be
occupied and used as a roof “garden” or terrace. The increase in growing medium is required for
trees, shrubs, and flowers to grow naturally, but it increases the weight and average cost of the
installation of this type of system. Growing medium depths are generally between 8 and 24
inches, depending on the types of plants that are
chosen. In addition to a more attractive space,
intensive green roofs require significant more
maintenance than extensive green roofs, often times
needing a grounds crew to maintain it, to mow the
lawn, trim bushes, pull weeds. If a large enough
intensive green roof is installed, similar to the green
roof in figure 2, an irrigation system may need to be
installed as well, further increasing the overall
weight of the system. In most instances though,
these types of green roofs will significantly increase
the property value of the building and, depending on
the application, could be paramount to the increase
in public attention.
Figure 12.2 - Intensive Green Roof
Regardless of which type of green roof is chosen, some maintenance will be required during the
first few months to initially establish the growing media. All green roofs, outside of the type and
thickness of the growing media, have a similar membrane system to protect and insulate the roof
upon which it is placed. A typical cross section of a green roof is shown below in figure 3.
Figure 12.3 - Typical Layers of A Green Roof
118 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
The major differences between green roof constructions occur in the growing medium and
vegetation layers. These also happen to the layers that provide the largest differences in building
performance outcomes. The differences between these systems are provided in the following
table:
Extensive
Low growing, heat
Types of Vegetation
& drought resistant
2-6
Growing Media Depth (inches)
18 - 31
Additional Weight (lb/sq.ft.)
2.10 - 6.12
Stormwater Retention Capacity
~ none
Maintenance
10 - 12
Average Cost ($/sq.ft.)
Table 12.1 - Graphical comparison of roofing types
Intensive
Grass, Trees,
Flowers
8 - 24
45+
7.91+
Daily
15 - 35
Black Tar
0
0
0
0
~ none
4-6
Ultimately, the decision of the type of green roof comes down to the available budget for the
project and the desired use of the space. Careful consideration should be put into all factors
before making a decision on a type of green roof.
Since this type of construction is still relatively new, most of the statistical figures come from
cases studies throughout the U.S. and Europe. Case studies have shown that buildings can save
approximately 18 cents/kwh on energy consumption due to heating and cooling loads. The
increase in thermal mass at the roof of the structure provides, on average, a 92% reduction in
solar heat gain and a 26% reduction on heating losses. The graph below shows the results of tests
performed on roof heat transfer by the National Research Council of Canada.
Table 12.2 - Measurement of heat flow through roof shows exceptional performance in summer
months
119 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Williams College Facility
The Williams College ’62 Center for Theatre and Dance is a 126,000 square feet performing arts
center that has two large professional theatres, a state of the art black box theatre, a dance
rehearsal studio, and many other classrooms and support spaces. Four spaces on the building’s
roof are potential candidates for a green roof application. A roof plan is provided below in figure
4, showing these potential locations and their surface areas.
3
3850 ft2
Dance Rehearsal Studio
Main
Corridor
2
3950 ft2
4
5260 ft2
Black Box Theater
1
4620 ft2
550 Seat Theater
Figure 12.4 - Roof Plan Showing Potential Locations for Green Roof Application
120 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
These four areas make up the major sections of the roof of the building, each being located above
major spaces in the building that require heating and cooling throughout the year. The main
corridors and east lobby are, by far, the most important spaces for the addition of a green roof.
These spaces are constantly occupied and the hardest to keep at a consistent temperature due to
their proximity to so many exterior walls, including the roof. Since none of these locations are
easily accessible to the occupants of the building, the best choice for this type of building is the
extensive green roof. The following pages will detail the feasibility topics for the implementation
of an extensive green roof onto all four of the above spaces. Necessary topics for feasibility
include energy reduction due to increased thermal mass, reduction in stormwater runoff, cost &
payback period for the system, the ability for the structural system to support the added weight,
and a discussion of urban heat island effect.
Energy Savings:
Due to the increased thickness of the roof surface, which adds to the overall insulation value, the
ability for growing medias to absorb heat, and the fact that grass reflects more infra-red light than
a black tar membrane, the addition of a green roof to a building significantly reduces the
necessary loads from the HVAC system. Through multiple case studies, it has been found that a
92% reduction in cooling loads and a 26% reduction in heating loads can be achieved with the
installation of an extensive green roof. The Williams College Center for Theatre & Dance uses,
on average, 1,219,964kwh/year. Approximately nine of the twelve months of the year are in
heating, with the other three being in cooling. Generating a comprehensive average, a 42.5%
reduction in HVAC loads can be achieved. Since approximately 60% of the buildings energy
consumption is attributed to HVAC loads, the addition of a green roof could amount to a savings
of $26,067/year, given that the price of electricity is 8.4 cents/kwh. It has been shown through
multiple case studies that adding a green roof not only increases the efficiency of the roof
insulation, but it also reduces temperature fluctuations. Figure 5 shows an example of the
common results of a study on outer and inner membrane temperatures between green roofs and
traditional black tar membrane roofs. This reduction in peak temperatures will equate in greater
savings in energy costs, as this will help to reduce peak load consumption for the building, billed
separately as the demand rate.
Figure 12.5 - Temperature fluctuations between a green roof and a conventional roof
121 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Stormwater Runoff Reduction:
Relocating stormwater because of impervious surfaces is bad all-around. When buildings are
built over normally grassy areas, all the stormwater that would have previously been absorbed,
filtered, and carried to natural aquifers and streams, ends up getting channeled into stormwater
piping and sent to water filtration plants. By reducing the size and quantity of this stormwater
piping, a significant amount of money can be saved by both the building owner and the water
company. Green roofs absorb rainwater, much like the ground does, filters it and then either
evaporates or is consumed in the photosynthesis process of the plant material. While not all
rainwater can be collected, it has been found that with only four inches of growing media, a green
roof can retain an average of 71% of it, with the other 29% still needing to be drained elsewhere.
A study by Roofscapes, Inc, a green roofing supplier and contractor in Philadelphia, PA, shows
that four inches of growing media can retain a 3.50” threshold storm, while seven inches of
growing media can retain a 6.12” threshold storm. Table 3 below shows average weather data for
Williamstown, Massachusetts. Average rainfall during each of the months never exceeds 4.6
inches, well within the limits of 100% retention for six inches of growth media. Therefore, the
addition of a green roof could reduce the sizes of a stormwater management system by 80-100%.
It’s important to note that the runoff from a green roof has been proven clean enough to use for
irrigation or the flushing of toilets, allowing the runoff to be collected and used in the building.
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Avg. High
28°
31°
40°
54°
66°
74°
78°
77°
68°
58°
45°
34°
Avg. Low
7°
8°
18°
31°
41°
48°
54°
52°
45°
35°
27°
15°
Mean
18°
20°
30°
42°
54°
62°
67°
65°
58°
47°
37°
24°
Avg. Precip. 3.5 in 3.4 in 3.9 in 4.3 in 4.6 in 4.5 in 4.1 in 4.3 in 3.8 in 3.8 in 4.6 in 4.3 in
Table 12.3 - Weather Data for Williamstown, MA
Cost/Benefit Analysis:
While environmental considerations are a very philanthropic concept, the ability to pay for and
maintain those considerations is the strongest of these considerations. This study proposes the
addition of 17,680 square feet of green roof to be added to the Center for Theatre & Dance.
Accounting for the price of extensive green roofs, the whole system would cost an average of
$194,500. If the cost analysis is considered over the average lifetime of a green roof, 40 years,
which probably an acceptable estimate for this being an academic building, we must consider the
cost implications of standard roof replacement for black tar membrane roofs, which generally
only have a lifespan of 10-15 years. This means that a traditional roof would need to be replaced
three times during the lifespan of a single green roof.
Initial Cost
Energy Savings
Replacement
System Lifecycle Cost
Simple Payback
Green Roof
$194,500
$26,067
0
(-$848,200)
7 years
Traditional Roof
$88,400
0
$265,200
$353,600
---------
Table 12.4 - Payback Analysis derived over a 40 year period (neglecting inflation)
122 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Structural Capacity:
One of the important factors as to whether a green roof can be added to the building is whether the
current roof structural system is capable of withstanding the added weight. The following loading
parameters were referenced from the 2003 IBC (International Building Code), 13th Edition of the
AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction) Steel Construction Manual, and trade-accepted
assumptions for standard buildings material parameters.
Weight of Concrete
Snow Load (Williamstown, MA)
Suspended Mechanical (assumed)
Suspended Theatrical (assumed)
Esteel
Governing Loading Characteristic
Table 12.5 - Loading parameters
150lb/ft3
60psf
15psf
10psf
29000ksi
1.2L + 1.6Snow
An analysis was performed on a girder in each of the four roof sections listed above. The performance
of each girder can be reviewed, in depth, in the structural breadth section that follows this one. In
summary, all four sections are capable of withstanding the extra load, in worst case scenario, of 32 psf
that a fully saturated green roof would add. This verifies that no additional cost for structural
reinforcement would be necessary to add a green roof to the Center for Theatre & Dance in all four
locations.
Urban Heat Island Effect:
Current research in urban environment and planning has found that as more and more black surfaces,
including roads and building roofs, are built, covering the surface of the earth, heat plenums are built
up in the lower levels of the atmosphere, trapping solar radiation and increasing the mean ambient
temperature of the earth occupied atmosphere. As the mean ambient temperature increases, buildings
need to consume more energy in order to keep the spaces comfortably conditioned. Scientists at the
U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have estimated that “using
alternative surfaces to reduce the temperature of ambient air in cities by just 5.4 degrees Fahrenheit
would save up to $6 billion per year in energy costs, nationwide.” While this effect is generally
occurring most rapidly in large cities, where many acres of land are covered by black, absorptive
surfaces, building construction rates continue to grow at a rapid pace and it’s better to start now than
when it’s too late. Global warming and air quality are huge issues in the environment today. Plant
mass contributes a significant amount of oxygen to the air, filtering harmful contaminants. By
removing our buildings from the environment’s eye, we can slow the processes of global warming and,
in a matter of speaking, turn back the hands of time on building growth (considering the percentage of
the earth’s surface area being covered by impervious materials).
Conclusions & Recommendations
With a seven year payback on investment and a total lifecycle savings of over one million dollars, the
addition of a green roof seems economically beneficial for Williams College to invest in. Green roofs
are helping the environment in many different ways, from maintaining natural aquifers to reducing the
urban heat island effect. In most instances, it’s hard to find a new standard that is both economically
feasible and environmentally beneficial, but a green roof seems it may be one.
123 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
The following section will outline calculations performed to determine if the structural system of
the roof, in the following four spaces, is sufficient to carry an additional green roof load or if they
need to be redesigned for load compliance. Please reference the following plan with provided
structural plans.
3
3850 ft2
Dance Rehearsal Studio
Main
Corridor
2
3950 ft2
4
5260 ft2
Black Box Theater
1
4620 ft2
550 Seat Theater
Figure 13.1 - Roof Plan Showing Potential Locations for Green Roof Application
125 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Location 1:
Figure 13.2 - Structural Plan for Location 1 (550 seat main theatre) n.t.s.
To check for compliance in this area, I chose to analyze the W30x148 in the center of the space.
Since the roof is made of composite steel joists, I’ve used the LRFD method to determine the
maximum moment on the beam due to a simplified distributed load. Snow loads in Williamstown
were approximated using the 2003 IBC and found to be approximately 60psf. Other loads, such
as mechanical, electrical and decorative ceiling panels, were approximated as additional dead
load. The loading factors that dominated were 1.2D + 1.6S. Calculating the distributed load
from a tributary width of 10’, the steel joist is carrying 2.4kips/lf. Calculation of the maximum
moment assumed a beam supported on both ends, spanning 62 feet, and resulted in 1,153kip-ft.
Comparing this value to the maximum available strength for a W30x116, a smaller member than I
have, my calculated moment is well within the 1890kip-ft available. The addition of 35plf from
the green roof increases the moment to 1320kip-ft, which is still less than 1890kip-ft.
Therefore, this beam would be capable of supporting the additional load with no need for
redesign.
126 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Location 2:
Figure 13.3 - Structural Plan for Location 2 (center stage black box theatre) n.t.s.
Compliance in this space was checked against a W36x135, spanning 54’. Loading characteristics
are very similar in this situation. Because a wire mesh grid is suspended from the roof joists and
will have multiple people working on it with theatrical lighting fixtures, an additional 40psf live
load was also factored in. With a tributary width of 11’, the maximum moment on the beam is
1026kip-ft. The maximum moment allowable on a W36x135 is 2550, assuming worst case
scenario, and therefore complies.
127 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Location 3:
Figure 13.4 - Structural Plan for Location 3 (dance rehearsal studio) n.t.s.
Figure 13.5 - Open Web Steel Joist Elevation n.t.s.
128 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Figure 13.6 - Open Web Steel Joist Details n.t.s.
Compliance in this space was checked on one of the open web steel joists, T-1. To check the
ability for these members to carry the load without performing a full point analysis and design of
a truss, which I have background for, I have approximate this truss with the closest standard truss
from the Vulcraft catalog and checked the loading against their maximum loading values. The
span of the trusses is 52’, with a tributary width of 7.5’. The concrete lab in this section is a 3”
slab with metal decking. The largest 4’ joist from the Vulcraft catalog, the 48LH17, spanning 52’,
is capable of withstanding 1107lb/lf. Considering loading conditions for dead and snow loads,
the distributed load on the truss is approximately 1129lb/lf. This joist would fail under the
existing loading conditions, but it’s understood that the custom-made open web steel joist detailed
above is designed with WT beams and the Vulcraft joists are designed with smaller steel angles.
I have no basis for the difference in structural capacity that switching these to WT’s will add, but
I’ve compared the moment of inertia of the WT8x28.5 of the custom made joist with the
L6x6x1/2 and found the W8x28.5 to be 2.45 times larger. Applying a conservative 65% of this
increased moment of inertia, at 1.59 times the strength of the Vulcraft joist, results in a maximum
available moment capacity of 1766lb/lf. With the additional load of the green roof, this increases
the linear load on the joist to 1391lb/lf, which is within the range of the original joists capacity.
While a more detailed analysis of the joist would be necessary to prove in it’s entirety, I believe
that the additional 35psf for the extensive green roof would be able to be supported by the
existing system.
129 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Location 4:
Figure 13.7 - Structural Plan for Location 4 (hallways)
Compliance was checked against the W8x10 member with a 7’ tributary width and a length of 14’.
The LRFD Steel Manual specifies the maximum allowable load on a W8x10 at 7’ as 37.6kips.
The total load on the member in this system is 9.1kips. The additional load of the green roof
would add 3.43kips, bringing the total load on the entire system to 12.5kips, still only a third of t
he capacity of the member.
130 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Conclusions
While not all proposed solutions had the most enticing payback period or desired outcome, one
saving factor for this building is that it’s a part of a college campus, where lifespans of buildings
are often times 40+ years. Many economic analysis’ that would fail for a spec grade office
building, lifespan of 4-6 years and often with immediate turnaround, prove to hold up to a
building that will stay around for a long time and be owned and operated on site. Adding energy
efficient transformers to this building is a big investment with a wait for a return on that
investment, but when compared with planting 13 acres of forest every year to combat the CO2
produced by transformers that aren’t as efficient, things begin to come into perspective.
I have always been a proponent of lighting for the emotional perspective. Light is a fundamental
piece of our every day life; pure, vibrant, and every changing. If we were meant to live in a
world with boring, even, functional illumination, the sky would be a grey, diffuse mask. As the
one piece of building systems that can affect a person on deep levels of their emotions, I’ve
always felt a need to honor that factor that nature does so well. I felt the introduction of color and
the varied levels of illumination that direct a person through the space was very successful and
created a dynamic space that could get someone in the mood to watch a theatrical performance. It
has long been my understanding that when a person enters a space, they shouldn’t have to think.
Thinking takes away from experiencing. Our duty as lighting designers is to reduce the need for
thinking by justifying action, without doubt, so that experience can be as strong as possible. The
major change to LED’s is risky at this time, as the technology is still in infancy, but the future is
promising and there are some manufacturers that are a cut above the rest.
The Williams College Center for Theatre & Dance was designed very recently and completed
construction in 2006, employing many of the strategies for efficiency that we use today. It was a
utilitarianist design that sought to meet the requirements for functionality in most instances. In
the theatre, the performer is experience, not the props. Possibly this philosophy has found its way
into the heart of the building which consumes these performers.
My conclusions seek that with an initial investment, Williams College can save a considerable
amount of energy and money, be it from an addition of a green roof, energy efficient transformers,
or taking that leap of faith that says compact fluorescents really can look incandescent. Maybe
the idea of putting photovoltaics to work for this building didn’t look the best, but everything is
relative in scale, and all depends on how much extra money is set aside that no one would miss
for the next 25 years. Create for experience and beauty, engineer to make those real.
131 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Appendix A (Luminaire Schedules)
HLB LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE
Fixture
Type
Lamps
Type
No.
Manufacturer & Catalog No.
Voltage
Mounting
HL-1
1
100A/1F
LIGHTOLIER G7057CLW/G410
120
RECESSED
HL-2
1
100W A19
LIGHTOLIER C4AWCLW/C4120
120
RECESSED
HL-3
1
Q50MR16/C/NFL25
TRANSLITE SOROMA MICROSPOT L 211-AL
120
SURFACE
HL-3A
1
Q50MR16/C/NFL25
TRANSLITE SOROMA MICROSPOT L 211-AL
120
SURFACE
HL-4
-
5 WATT XENON
STARFIRE LIGHTING XF-3-5-72"-24v WITH XF-ASW REFLECTOR
120
SURFACE
HL-4A
-
5 WATT XENON
STARFIRE LIGHTING XF-3-5-84"-24v WITH XF-ASW REFLECTOR
120
SURFACE
HL-4B
-
5 WATT XENON
STARFIRE LIGHTING XF-3-5-96"-24v WITH XF-ASW REFLECTOR
120
SURFACE
HL-4C
-
5 WATT XENON
STARFIRE LIGHTING XF-3-5-120"-24v WITH XF-ASW REFLECTOR
120
SURFACE
HL-4D
-
5 WATT XENON
STARFIRE LIGHTING XF-3-5-144"-24v WITH XF-ASW REFLECTOR
120
SURFACE
HL-5
2
Q500PAR56MFL
KIRLIN SR31245-38-99-WB-MOD
120
WALL
HL-6
1
PLT-26W/830/4P/ALTO
LIGHTOLIER 8021 CCLW/6132BU
277
RECESSED
HL-8
1
PLT-42W/830/4P/ALTO
LIGHTOLIER 8022 CCLW/7142BU
277
RECESSED
HL-9
1
50PAR20/H/SP10
STONCO 30KL
120
SURFACE
HL-10
1
Q350T3/CL/HIR
STONCO CPH515L
120
SURFACE
HL-11
3
F32T8/TL835
LINEAR LIGHTING CD27P-1-3-ET8-277-PRD-C-24-BW-ED-12
277
PENDANT
HL-11A
3
F32T8/TL835
LINEAR LIGHTING CD27P-1-3-ET8-277-PRD-C-24-BW-ED-8
277
PENDANT
HL-12
1
PLT-42W/830/4P/ALTO
DELRAY LIGHTING 2072SO-32-277-E
277
PENDANT
HL-13
-
HL-13A
-
HL-13B
1
F54T5/830/HO
LIGHTOLIER 8269WH
277
SUSPENDED
HL-14
3
90WPAR38/HAL/WFL/60/WLL
RSA COMBO - MODIFIED FOR WALL MOUNT
120
WALL
HL-15
1
90PAR38/H/FL25
LIGHTOLIER 8747WH/6196WH C-CLAMP MONOPOINT
120
SURFACE
HL-7
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
HL-16
1
Q350T3/CL/HIR
INSIGHT LIGHTING TM501-RCB-1-1-CC-SS-MOD
120
WALL
HL-17
1
90PAR38/H/FL25
LIGHTOLIER 7026AD/7249
120
WALL
HL-18
2
Q500PAR56MFL
KIRLIN SR 31245-38-99-___
120
SURFACE
HL-19
-
HL-20
1
PLT-42W/830/4P/ALTO
LIGHTOLIER 8022WW CCLW/7142BU
277
RECESSED
HL-21
1
PLT-26W/830/4P/ALTO
LIGHTOLIER 8046 CCLW/61322BU
277
RECESSED
HL-22
1
90WPAR38/HAL/WFL/60/WLL
LIGHTOLIER C6P38A/C6D120
120
RECESSED
HL-23
1
CDM35/T6/U/830/G12
INSIGHT LIGHTING TM517-WCB-1-1-N-SS
120
WALL
HL-24
1
100A/1F
SPERO VX215-41-G
120
SURFACE
HL-25
1
22 WATT T5 R
WILA 202-70-SA-OR/10-120
120
SURFACE
Not Used
THEATRE LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE
Fixture
Type
Lamps
Type
No.
Manufacturer & Catalog No.
Voltage
Mounting
BL
1
40W19/F
BEGA 2226P-MOD-INC
FL1
1
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CS4-132-EB8-120-CSWG4
SURFACE
FL2
1
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CS4-132-EB8-120-CSWG4
120
SUSPENDED
FL3
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA WC4-232-EB8-120
120
SURFACE
WL
1
1000T 3Q/P/CL
HUBBELL QL-1505
120
CEILING SURFACE
CATWALK RAIL
132 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE
Fixture
Type
Lamps
Type
No.
Manufacturer & Catalog No.
Voltage
Mounting
C1
1
500 T3Q/P/CL
STONCO CPH515
SURFACE
C2
1
50MR16/VWFL/60(FNV)
BK LIGHTING NS-9-BZP-9-11
TRANSFORMER CUS-1826-02-BZP
TREE STRAP TS-TMC-BZP-6"
SURFACE
EC1
-
LED
DUAL LITE LESCS-G-(X/R/L/D/C)A
CEILING SURFACE
EC2
-
LED
DUAL LITE LESCS-G-(X/R/L/D/C)A
CEILING SURFACE
EC3
-
LED
DUAL LITE LESCS-G-(X/R/L/D/C)A
CEILING SURFACE
EC4
-
LED
DUAL LITE SEGWIN
CEILING SURFACE
EW1
-
LED
DUAL LITE LESCS-G-(X/R/L/D/C)A
WALL SURFACE
EW2
-
LED
DUAL LITE LESCS-G-(X/R/L/D/C)A
WALL SURFACE
EW3
-
LED
DUAL LITE SEGWIN
WALL SURFACE
EW4
2
FURNISHED WITH LAMP
DUAL LITE EZ-2
FC1
4
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CSR8-232-EB8LH-277-CSWG4
277
CEILING SURFACE
FC1A
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CSR4-232-EB8LH-277-CSWG4
277
CEILING SURFACE
FC1B
1
F17T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CH2-117-EB8LH-277
277
CEILING SURFACE
FC2
4
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CS8-232-EB8LH-277-CSWG4
277
CEILING SURFACE
WALL
FC3
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA WC4-232-EB8-277
277
CEILING SURFACE
FC4
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CS4-232-EB8LH-277-CSWG4
277
CEILING SURFACE
FC5
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CS4-232-EB8-277-CSWG4
277
CEILING SURFACE
FC6
4
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CS8-232-EB8LH-277
277
CEILING SURFACE
FC7
1
PLC-26W/38
CANLET BFCF26H1-GHC-277
277
CEILING
FC8
1
FC12T9/CWHL
LITHONIA 10991-277
277
CEILING SURFACE
FC9
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA STR24-232G-MPO-EB8LH-277
277
CEILING SURFACE
FR1
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA 4PS24-232G-FSA12.125-EB8LH-277
277
RECESSED
FR1A
2
FB32T8/TL835/6
COLUMBIA 4PS22-232U6G-FSA12.125-EB8LH-277
277
RECESSED
FR2
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA HC24-232G-LD29-S-EB8LH-277
277
RECESSED
FR2A
2
FB32T8/TL835/6
COLUMBIA HC22-232U6G-LD34-S-EB8LH-277
277
RECESSED
277
RECESSED
277
RECESSED
FR2B
3
FT40W/2G11/RS/35
COLUMBIA HC22-40TT-G-LD34-S-EB8LH-277
FR3
1
PLC-26W/35
PRESCOLITE CFT832-HEB-ST-F802H
FR4
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA STR24-232G-MPO-EB8LH-277
FR5
3
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA 4PS24-332G-FSA12.125-EB8LH-277
277
RECESSED
FR6
3
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA HC24-332G-LD39-S-EB8LH-277
277
RECESSED
RECESSED
FR7
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA HC24-232F-LD29-S-EB8LH-277
277
RECESSED
FR8
1
PLC-26W/35
PRESCOLITE CFT832-HEB-STT1P-B6-277
277
RECESSED
FS1
4
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CSR8-232-EB8LH-277-CSWG4
277
SUSPENDED
FS1A
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CSR4-232-EB8LH-277-CSWG4
277
SUSPENDED
FS2
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CS4-232-EB8-277-CSWG4
277
SUSPENDED
FS3
4
F32T8/TL835
LINEAR LIGHTING CD27P-B-2-ET8-277-PRD-24-BW-8'
277
SUSPENDED
FS3A
2
F32T8/TL835
LINEAR LIGHTING CD27P-B-2-ET8-277-PRD-24-BW-4'
277
SUSPENDED
FS4
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA WC 4-232-EB8-277
277
SUSPENDED
FW1
4
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA F4-2DT8-WM-LD-EB8LH-277-8-SGL
277
WALL SURFACE
FW1A
2
F25T8/TL835
COLUMBIA F4-2DT8-WM-LD-EB8LH-277-MW-6-SGL
277
WALL SURFACE
FW1B
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA F4-2DT8-WM-LD-EB8LH-277-MW-4-SGL
277
WALL SURFACE
FW1C
1
F17T8/TL835
COLUMBIA F4-1DT8-WM-LD-EB8LH-277-MW-2-SGL
277
WALL SURFACE
FW2
4
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA WAL 8-232-EB8LH-277
277
WALL SURFACE
FW2A
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA WAL 4-232-EB8LH-277
277
WALL SURFACE
FW3
1
PLC-26W/35
CANLET BFWF26H1D-GHC-277
277
WALL SURFACE
FW4
2
F32T8/TL835
COLUMBIA CS4-232-EB8-277-CSWG4
277
WALL SURFACE
FW5
1
FC12T9/CWHL
LITHONIA 10991-277
277
WALL SURFACE
FW6
1
PLC-26W/35
CANLET BFWF26H1D-GHC-120
120
WALL SURFACE
FW7
1
PLS-13W/35
BEGA 2294P-277
277
WALL
MC1
1
MH175/U/M
SPAULDING PDI-M175PS-MT-Q2-SGB
MS1
MS2
MS320/PS/BU-ONLY
1/1
250Q/CL/MC
1
CDM150/TD/830
CEILING SURFACE
HUBBELL BL320 W8 HG16 WH-QST
SUSPENDED
HUBBELL BL150 W8 HG16 WH WG16
SUSPENDED
133 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE (cont.)
Fixture
Type
MS2A
Lamps
Type
No.
1/1
Manufacturer & Catalog No.
Voltage
Mounting
CDM150/TD/830
250Q/CL/MC
HUBBELL BL150 W8 HG16 WH WG16-QST
SUSPENDED
P1
1
MH175/C/U/MED ED-17
SPRING CITY WILLIAM & MARY EFED-H-3-CO
SPRING CITY HARRISBURG/BALTIMORE 10'-11 1/2" POST HT
POLE
R1
1
150PAR38/2FL
EDISON PRICE DL38/45/5AA
RECESSED
R2
1
150PAR38/2FL
EDISON PRICE DL38/6/COL
R3
1
20W MC
BEGA 2908-120V
R4
1
150PAR38FL
EDISON PRICE DL38/5 COL
S1
1
75WPAR30
LIGHTILIER 8202/8235WH-6190WH-120
S2
1
150PAR38FL
PRESCOLITE 1125-976
SUSPENDED
TRACK
WALL SURFACE
RECESSED
120
T1
-
75WPAR16
PRESCOLITE TV141 WH
PRESCOLITE TS4-WH TRACK
W1
1
60W G25
COLE LIGHTING VS-6"-WG
RECESSED
RECESSED
120
SUSPENDED
NEW LIGHTING LUMINAIRE SCHEDULE
Fixture
Type
Lamps
Type
No.
Manufacturer & Catalog No.
Voltage
Mounting
D-1
9
F28T5/830
LEDALITE CACHE 891-5-S03-L-N-12-9-2-E-W
277
SUSPENDED
D-1A
6
F28T5/830
LEDALITE CACHE 891-5-S03-L-N-08-9-2-E-W
277
SUSPENDED
D-2
48
1W WARM WHITE LED
EXTERIEUR VERT ML6-41-0-1-4-10R-1-4 / E-096-7
277
SURFACE
D-3
-
0.72W LED FESTOONS
TIVOLI CLL-2-R/B/B-12VDC / CLLCHAN / CLL-LC
277
SURFACE
D-4
-
LED
IOLIGHTING LUXRAIL 0-06-SSS-1-WM-NR-45-R/B-LENGTH-2-I
277
SURFACE
D-5
-
LED
IOLIGHTING LINE0.75 0-03-I-3K-10-100-1-16-2-4-I
277
SURFACE
D-6
1
PLT-26W/830/4P/ALTO
EDISON PRICE TRPV-26/6-277-BFL
277
RECESSED
D-7
1
PLT-26W/830/4P/ALTO
EDISON PRICE TRPV-26/6-277-WHFL
277
RECESSED
D-8
1
Q71/H
FIBERSTARS STAR KIT / FS1L-SPW/NC-120
120
RECESSED
D-9
1
Q50MR16/C/FL40
TARGETTI FOHO PRO MR16 P US1T0686D1
120
SURFACE
D-10
1
PLT-18W/830/4P/ALTO
EDISON PRICE TRPV-18/6-277-WHFL
277
RECESSED
D-11
1
Q50MR16/C/NFL25
LIGHTOLIER C4MRD CLP / C4AICLVE1
120
RECESSED
D-12
18
1.2W LED
THORNE PROMENADE BOL LED WHI/RGB 1150MM MPL ANT
24/120
SURFACE
12/120
TREE
BK LIGHTING NS-9-BZP-9-11
D-13
1
Q50MR16/C/WFL60
TRANSFORMER CUS-1826-02-BZP
TREE STRAP TS-TMC-BZP-6"
D-14
2
F32T8/TL835
866-1-T20-AE-12-7-2-E
134 of 139
277
SUSPENDED
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Appendix B (Mechanical Equipment Schedules)
M echanical Loads
De signa tion
Type
V olta ge F.L.Am ps P ha se P ow e r (HP ) P ow e r (KV A)
PF
P ow e r (KW )
A CLC-1
A ir Chiller
480
46
3
44
38.24
0.90
34.42
A HU-1A
A ir Handling Unit
480
96
3
75
79.81
0.90
71.83
A HU-1B
A ir Handling Unit
480
96
3
75
79.81
0.90
71.83
A HU-1C
A ir Handling Unit
480
40
3
30
33.26
0.90
29.93
A HU-1D
A ir Handling Unit
480
40
3
30
33.26
0.90
29.93
A HU-2A
A ir Handling Unit
480
34
3
25
28.27
0.90
25.44
A HU-2B
A ir Handling Unit
480
14
3
10
11.64
0.90
10.48
A HU-3A
A ir Handling Unit
480
14
3
10
11.64
0.90
10.48
A HU-3B
A ir Handling Unit
480
7.6
3
5
6.32
0.90
5.69
A HU-4A
A ir Handling Unit
480
27
3
20
22.45
0.90
20.20
A HU-4B
A ir Handling Unit
480
11
3
7.5
9.15
0.90
8.23
A HU-5A
A ir Handling Unit
480
21
3
15
17.46
0.90
15.71
A HU-5B
A ir Handling Unit
480
11
3
7.5
9.15
0.90
8.23
A HU-6
A ir Handling Unit
480
7.6
3
5
6.32
0.90
5.69
A HU-7
A ir Handling Unit
480
11
3
7.5
9.15
0.90
8.23
A HU-8
A ir Handling Unit
480
7.6
3
5
6.32
0.90
5.69
A HU-9A
A ir Handling Unit
480
21
3
15
17.46
0.90
15.71
A HU-9B
A ir Handling Unit
480
4.8
3
3
3.99
0.90
3.59
A HU-10
A ir Handling Unit
480
7.6
3
5
6.32
0.90
5.69
A HU-11
A ir Handling Unit
480
7.6
3
5
6.32
0.90
5.69
A HU-12A
A ir Handling Unit
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
A HU-12B
A ir Handling Unit
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
A HU-13
A ir Handling Unit
277
2.2
1
0.167
0.61
0.85
0.52
A HU-14
A ir Handling Unit
277
2.2
1
0.167
0.61
0.85
0.52
A HU-15A
A ir Handling Unit
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
A HU-15B
A ir Handling Unit
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
A HU-16
A ir Handling Unit
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
A HU-17A
A ir Handling Unit
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
A HU-17B
A ir Handling Unit
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
A HU-19
A ir Handling Unit
277
2.2
1
0.167
0.61
0.85
0.52
A HU-21A
A ir Handling Unit
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
A HU-21B
A ir Handling Unit
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
B -1
B oiler
480
3.4
3
2
2.83
0.90
2.54
CP -1
Condensate P um p
480
13.5
3
9.36
11.22
0.90
10.10
CUH-1
Unit Heater
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
CUH-2
Unit Heater
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
CUH-3
Unit Heater
120
5.8
1
0.25
0.70
0.85
0.59
CUH-4
Unit Heater
120
2.9
1
0.125
0.35
0.85
0.30
CUH-5
Unit Heater
120
2.9
1
0.125
0.35
0.85
0.30
CUH-6
Unit Heater
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
CUH-7
Unit Heater
120
2.9
1
0.125
0.35
0.85
0.30
CUH-8
Unit Heater
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
CUH-10
Unit Heater
120
4.4
1
0.167
0.53
0.85
0.45
135 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Mechanical Loads
Designation
Type
Voltage F.L.Amps
Phase
DC-1
Dust Collector
480
11
3
7.5
9.15
0.90
8.23
EH-1
Humidification
480
20
3
6.71
16.63
0.90
14.96
EH-2
Humidification
480
20
3
6.71
16.63
0.90
14.96
EUH-1
Electric Unit Heater
480
20
3
6.96
16.63
0.90
14.96
EUH-2
Electric Unit Heater
277
1.5
1
0.125
0.42
0.85
0.35
F-01
Fan
480
1
3
0.5
0.83
0.90
0.75
F-02
Fan
480
2.6
3
1.5
2.16
0.90
1.95
F-03
Fan
120
7.2
1
0.33
0.86
0.85
0.73
F-04
Fan
480
1.4
3
0.75
1.16
0.90
1.05
F-05
Fan
120
5.8
1
0.25
0.70
0.85
0.59
F-06
Fan
120
5.8
1
0.25
0.70
0.85
0.59
F-08
Fan
480
1.8
3
1
1.50
0.90
1.35
F-09
Fan
480
1.8
3
1
1.50
0.90
1.35
F-010
Fan
480
1.4
3
0.75
1.16
0.90
1.05
F-011
Fan
120
13.8
1
0.75
1.66
0.85
1.41
F-012
Fan
120
5.8
1
0.25
0.70
0.85
0.59
F-013
Fan
120
5.8
1
0.25
0.70
0.85
0.59
F-014
Fan
480
1.8
3
1
1.50
0.90
1.35
F-015
Fan
480
1.8
3
1
1.50
0.90
1.35
F-016
Fan
480
1.8
3
1
1.50
0.90
1.35
F-017
Fan
480
1.4
3
0.75
1.16
0.90
1.05
FPB-6
Fan Powered Box
277
1.5
1
0.167
0.42
0.85
0.35
FPB-8
Fan Powered Box
277
2.9
1
0.25
0.80
0.85
0.68
FPB-10
Fan Powered Box
277
4.9
1
0.5
1.36
0.85
1.15
FPB-12
Fan Powered Box
277
10
1
1.5
2.77
0.85
2.35
FPB-14
Fan Powered Box
277
8
1
1
2.22
0.85
1.88
P-1
Pump
480
52
3
40
43.23
0.90
38.91
P-2
Pump
480
52
3
40
43.23
0.90
38.91
P-3
Pump
480
27
3
25
22.45
0.90
20.20
P-4
Pump
480
27
3
25
22.45
0.90
20.20
P-5
Pump
480
7.6
3
5
6.32
0.90
5.69
P-6
Pump
480
7.6
3
5
6.32
0.90
5.69
P-7
Pump
480
3
3
1.5
2.49
0.90
2.24
P-8
Pump
480
3
3
1.5
2.49
0.90
2.24
P-10
Pump
480
1.8
3
1
1.50
0.90
1.35
P-20
Pump
480
1.4
3
0.75
1.16
0.90
1.05
P-21
Pump
120
2.9
1
0.167
0.35
0.85
0.30
P-30
Pump
120
9.5
1
0.4
1.14
0.85
0.97
P-31
Pump
120
2.2
1
0.083
0.26
0.80
0.21
P-40
Pump
480
1
3
0.5
0.83
0.90
0.75
P-41
Pump
120
2.2
1
0.083
0.26
0.80
0.21
P-50
Pump
480
1
3
0.5
0.83
0.90
0.75
P-60
Pump
120
2.9
1
0.167
0.35
0.85
0.30
P-61
Pump
120
2.2
1
0.083
0.26
0.80
0.21
136 of 139
Power (HP)
Power (KVA)
PF
Power (KW)
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
M echanical Loads
De signa tion
Type
V olta ge F.L.Am ps P ha se P ow e r (HP ) P ow e r (KV A)
PF
P ow e r (KW )
P -71
P um p
120
2.2
1
0.083
0.26
0.80
P -80
P um p
120
9.5
1
0.4
1.14
0.85
0.97
P -81
P um p
120
2.2
1
0.083
0.26
0.80
0.21
P -90
P um p
120
2.9
1
0.167
0.35
0.85
0.30
RFM -1
Radiant Floor M anifold
120
7.2
1
0.33
0.86
0.85
0.73
W W P -1
P um p
120
0.72
1
0.033
0.09
0.80
0.07
UH-1
Unit Heater
120
2.9
1
0.167
0.35
0.85
0.30
UH-2
Unit Heater
120
5.8
1
0.25
0.70
0.85
0.59
UH-3
Unit Heater
120
0.98
1
0.05
0.12
0.80
0.09
A C-1
A ir Com pres sor
480
21
3
15
17.46
0.90
15.71
RP -1
Recirculation P um p
120
7.2
1
0.33
0.86
0.85
0.73
NGB -1
Gas B oos ter
480
2.1
3
1
1.75
0.90
1.57
D-1
Dryer
208
2.4
1
0.75
0.50
0.85
0.42
W H-1
W ater Heater
120
0.98
1
0.05
0.12
0.80
0.09
Tota l:
24.81
137 of 139
0.21
22.01
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Appendix C (Electrical Tables)
Demand Load
Lighting
Performance Ltg
Gross Sq.Ft.
Available KW
Demand Factor
Total Available KW
1.5
126054
189.08
1
189.08
Available KW
4
126054
504.22
0.4
201.69
0.5
126054
63.03
1
63.03
Mechanical
-------
-----------
638.55
1
638.55
Heaters
-------
-----------
25.39
1.25
31.74
Elevators
-------
----------Overall Building Demand Load:
1124.08
-----------
+ Expansion (x1.25):
1405.10
3000.00
Receptacles
1. Note that some demand load and gross sq.ft. columns are blank, meaning the available KW loads were based on calculated
loads within the building.
2. Performance lighting demand load was included as a separate item in the building demand load calculation because of the
nature of the building occupancy and the intense lighting load that theatrical fixtures can have on an electrical system. The 0.4 d
3. I've been unable to ascertain the elevator loads in the building. I've contacted the architect multiple times to get the
information and he has said that he's working on it. The elevator specifications were in volume one of the specification set and
INDIVIDUAL TRANSFORMER SCHEDULE
Linear Dry-Type Transformers
TAG
PRIMARY VOLTAGE
T0
1500KVA, 3PH, 3W
T1
480/277, 3PH, 3W
T2
480/277, 3PH, 3W
T3
480/277, 3PH, 3W
T4
480/277, 3PH, 3W
T5
480/277, 3PH, 3W
T6
480/277, 3PH, 3W
T7
480/277, 3PH, 3W
T8
480/277, 3PH, 3W
T9
480/277, 3PH, 3W
TSB
480/277, 3PH, 3W
SECONDARY VOLTAGE
480/277, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
SIZE
N/A
9
15
30
45
75
112.5
150
225
300
1500
TYPE
N/A
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
TEMP. RISE
N/A
115 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
TAPS
N/A
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
MOUNTING
PAD MOUNTED
CEILING SUSPENDED
CEILING SUSPENDED
CEILING SUSPENDED
CEILING SUSPENDED
PAD MOUNTED
PAD MOUNTED
PAD MOUNTED
PAD MOUNTED
PAD MOUNTED
PAD MOUNTED
Non-Linear Dry-Type Transformers
TAG
PRIMARY VOLTAGE
SECONDARY VOLTAGE
T1C
480/277, 3PH, 3W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
T2C
480/277, 3PH, 3W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
T3C
480/277, 3PH, 3W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
T4C
480/277, 3PH, 3W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
T5C
480/277, 3PH, 3W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
T6C
480/277, 3PH, 3W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
T7C
480/277, 3PH, 3W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
T8C
480/277, 3PH, 3W
208Y/120, 3PH, 4W
SIZE
9
15
30
45
75
112.5
150
225
TYPE
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
DRY
TEMP. RISE
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
150 DEGREE C
TAPS
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
(6) 2.5%
MOUNTING
CEILING SUSPENDED
CEILING SUSPENDED
CEILING SUSPENDED
CEILING SUSPENDED
PAD MOUNTED
PAD MOUNTED
PAD MOUNTED
PAD MOUNTED
NOTES:
1. REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
138 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Structural Breadth
(Roof Structure Coordination Review)
Green roof additions to existing buildings are much more difficult than designing a system to
carry a green from the beginning. Ripping out structural steel and replacing it to introduce a
green roof to a building would, in most instances, make it very difficult to justify the cost.
124 of 139
Devin Maurizio
Lighting Electrical Option
R. Mistrick
04.12.2007
Final Summary Book
Williams College ’62 Center For Theater & Dance
Williamstown, MA
Appendix D (Luminaire Cut Sheets)
[Cut sheets for all referenced luminaires in the project are
provided on the following pages, split between new design cuts
and existing cuts. New design cut sheets are all labeled with a D
prefix. Specifications for exact luminaire types can be found on
the fixture schedule]
139 of 139
Cat. #
FRESNO
SERIES
Approvals
Job
Type
APPLICATIONS
• Walkways and courtyards.
SPECIFICATIONS
• Extruded aluminum square or round housing, with tamper resistant hardware. Flat top, or optional
dome top for round FN2. Single screw access for top relamping.
• Sealed one-piece, clear acrylic lens. Specular, anodized aluminum optical systems; dual reflector,
tube optics, or internal louvers.
• Concealed, galvanized steel anchor base. Four 1⁄ 2" x 10" anchor bolts.
• Medium porcelain socket, pulse rated, with spring-loaded, nickel-plated center contact and reinforced
lamp grip screw shell.
• HPF ballast, starting rated at -20°F (-40°F for HPS). Metal Halide is CWA or Super CWA type. HPS
is CWA, HR, or Reactor type.
• Durable Lektrocote® TGIC thermoset polyester powder coat paint finish assures long life and
maintenance-free service.
LISTINGS/CERTIFICATIONS
• UL1598 listed and CSA certified for
outdoor use in wet locations.
A
A
C
D
B
FN1
FN2
A
B
C
D
6.75" sq.
42.0"
6.0"
4.0"
171 mm
1067 mm
7.0" dia
42.0"
178 mm
1067 mm
152 mm 102 mm
6.0"
4.0"
152 mm 102 mm
Weight
41 lbs
19 kg
41 lbs
19 kg
ORDERING INFORMATION
ORDERING EXAMPLE
FN1
Series
-
P50
-
Wattage/
Source
SERIES
FN1
Fresno Square
FN2
Fresno Round
WATTAGE/SOURCE
PULSE START METAL HALIDE
P50
50W (ED-17)
P70
70W (ED-17)
P10
100W (ED-17)
HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
S35 3 35W (ED-17)
S50
50W (ED-17)
S70
70W (ED-17)
S10
100W (ED-17)
SPAULDING LIGHTING
DO
Optics
-
Q
-
Voltage
DB
-
Color
OPTICS
DO
Dual Reflector with Cone
(standard)
4
TO
Tube Optics
IL
Internal Horizontal Louvers
VOLTAGE
Q1
Quad-Tap® 120/208/240/277V
T1
120/277/347V CSA
52
480V
1
2
3
4
Factory wired for highest voltage unless specified.
100W PSMH or HPS only.
120 volt only.
Upper reflector with no lower cone.
P1
Options
COLOR
DB
Dark Bronze
BL
Black
WH
White
GR
Gray
PS
Platinum Silver
RD
Red (premium color)
FG
Forest Green (premium color)
CC
Custom Color (consult factory)
OPTIONS
F1
Fusing - 120V
F2
Fusing - 208V
F3
Fusing - 240V
F4
Fusing - 277V
F5
Fusing - 480V
F6
Fusing - 347V
P1
Photo Button - 120V
P2
Photo Button - 208V
P3
Photo Button - 240V
P4
Photo Button - 277V
P6
Photo Button - 347V
DM
Dome Top (round only)
24
24" Luminaire Height
30
30" Luminaire Height
36
36" Luminaire Height
HS90 Internal Shield - 90°
(FN1 only)
HS160 Internal Shield - 160°
HS180 Internal Shield - 180°
(FN2 only)
L
Lamp
SHEET # FRESNO-SPEC6/06
A
Metal
Halide
Lamp Ballast
Catalog Number 71A5137BP
For 50W
M110
60 Hz
R-HPF
Status: Active
DIMENSIONS AND DATA
2 5/8 X 2 3/16 CORE
4.00"
3.50"
0.75"
A
B
MAX.
0.30" WIDE
2 SLOTS
2.65"
2.20"
.20"
2.20"
4 HOLES
CLEARED
FOR #6
THRU-BOLTS
1.75"
.062"
.20"
Capacitor: 7C050L33
INPUT VOLTS
277
R-HPF
CIRCUIT TYPE
90%
POWER FACTOR (min)
REGULATION
±5%
Line Volts
±10%
Lamp Watts
LINE CURRENT (Amps)
Operating...................................................
0.22
Open Circuit...............................................
0.55
Starting......................................................
0.35
UL TEMPERATURE RATINGS
H(180°C)
Insulation Class
1029
Coil Temperature Code
A
-20°F or -30°C
MIN. AMBIENT STARTING TEMP.
277
NOM. OPEN CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
INPUT VOLTAGE AT LAMP DROPOUT...........................
190
62
INPUT WATTS
RECOMMENDED FUSE (Amps).....................................
2
CORE and COIL
Dimension (A)
1.10
Dimension (B)
2.60
Weight (lbs.)
2.2
Lead Lengths
12"
CAPACITOR REQUIREMENT
Microfarads
5.0
Volts (min.)
280
Fault Current Withstand (amps)
60 Hz TEST PROCEDURES (Refer to Advance Test
Procedure for HID Ballasts - Form 1270)
High Potential Test (Volts)
1 minute
2000
2 seconds
2500
Open Circuit Voltage Test (Volts)
260-290
Short-Circuit Current Test (Amps)
Secondary Current
0.65-0.95
Input Current..............................................
0.25
0.35
-
-
-
-
Wiring Diagram:
INTEGRATED
IGNITOR BALLAST
LINE V
Capacitance:
Dia/Oval Dim:
Height:
Temp Rating:
Ignitor: INTEGRAL
5
1.25
2.9
105°C
CAP
LAMP
IGNITOR
LAMP
COM
Fig. H
An ignitor integral to the
core and coil assembly is
used to start the lamp.
Ballast to Lamp Distance
(BTL) = 2 feet
Temp Rating: 125°C
Typical Ordering Information
(please call Advance for suffix availability)
Order Suffix
500DB
510DB
600B
610B
Description
Ballast With Integral Igniter and Dry Film Capacitor
Ballast w/Welded Bracket, Integral Igniter & Dry Film Cap.
Ballast and Integral Igniter, No Capacitor
Ballast w/Welded Bracket and Integral Igniter, No Capacitor
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representitive of relative performance.
Actual performance can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
05/15/03
A
Return to Table of Contents
Nite Star
TM
Nite Star™ is a fully machined aluminum
MR16 lighting instrument. The Nite Star is
fully enclosed and waterproof because of
its unique sleeved design. Nite Star is
finished in a durable, luxurious, polyester
powder coating. All hardware is stainless
steel. The Nite Star, along with the wide
choice of MR16 lamps and optical
accessories, gives the lighting designer
an economical, yet highly architectural
lighting fixture for the most discriminating
designs.
Features
•
•
•
•
•
Tamper proof design.
Raintight optical compartment.
Enclosed wireway mounting knuckle.
Clear, tempered glass lens, factory sealed.
Machined aluminum construction with
stainless steel hardware.
•
Listed with MR16 lamps to 50 watts.
• For use with remote transformers, see
pages 92, 94, and 97.
Available in
Brass, see page 90.
B-K LIGHTING
6
C2
Suspended
3 T5HO
Semi-indirect
8915H03
Cachet
High performance optical system designed to accommodate T8 and T5HO lamps.
Available in a wide range of factory colors.
Two lighting distributions to choose from: Indirect or Semi-indirect
Factory pre-wired with quick-wire connectors for fast, easy installation.
Affordable pricing & fast delivery - standard orders can ship in 9 working days
Suspended and wall mount options available
Order Number Guide
891
5
H03
L
N
Series
Type
Lamps
Lower Optics
Upper Optics
Length
Wiring Options
Voltage
Ballast
Finish
Cachet
Semiindirect
3 T5HO
L - Semi-perf
N - Standard
04 - 4ft
08 - 8ft
12 - 12ft
1 - 1cct
2 - 2 cct
3 - 1cct w/ Emergency cct
4 - 2cct w/ Emergency cct
5 - 1cct w/ Battery Pack
6 - 2cct w/ Battery Pack
7 - 1cct w/ Dimming
8 - 1cct w/ Thru Wire
9 - 2cct w/ Thru Wire
1 - 120V
2 - 277V
3 - 347V*
Electronic
W - Standard White
C - Factory Color*
X - Custom Color
E
Consult factory for complete
list of standard wiring
Cross Section
*See factory color chart
* Consult
factory for
availability
Modules
Linear runs are made by combining 4ft, 8ft and 12ft modules
g
2 1/4"
PER
N
FOR
ATIO
N
IO
RAT
g
FO
PER
9"
g
Weight 3.02 lb/ft
)NDICATESLOCATIONOF
)NDICATES
/PTIONALEMERGENCYMODULESCONTROLSALLLAMPS/2
-ODULELENGTH-OUNTINGDISTANCE
/PTIONALBATTERYPACKSTANDARDCONTROLSONELAMPONLY -ODULELENGTHDOESNOTINCLUDEENDCAPS
L0122 Rev. 3
Ends / Joints
3 1/4"
END-CAP
INLINE JOINT
8913EANA_
8913JNNN
©2006 Ledalite Architectural Products Phone: 604-888-6811 Toll Free Fax: 1-800-665-LEDA (5332) Fax: 604-888-2003 Email: [email protected] www.ledalite.com
D-1
Suspended
Cachet
3 T5HO
Semi-indirect
8915H03
Photometry
180
135
135
Specifications
Housing
Die-formed 20 gauge cold-rolled steel.
90
90
4100 cd
Ends
Molded reinforced high-impact polymer. Baked Powder
coat finish.
Joints
Self-aligning joining system with hands-free pre-joining
wire access.
Optical System
Constructed of highly specular aluminum, 96%
reflective white steel, and perforated optical filter with
acrylic overlay to produce a semi-indirect distribution.
Mounting
Aircraft cable gripper is tamper-resistant and provides
infinite vertical adjustment capability. Aircraft cable,
crimp and cable gripper independently tested to meet
stringent safety requirements.
Electrical
All luminaires shall be factory pre-wired to section
ends with quick-wire connectors.
Ballast
Electronic.
Approvals
Certified to UL & CSA standards.
Finish
High-quality powder coat, factory applied to meet
AAMA 2603-98. Available in Ledalite Standard White
(textured matte finish), a selection of optional factory
colors (see factory color chart), or custom colors.
Consult factory for details.
45
45
0
45
90
0
Report#
(I¿FLHQF\
Peak Candela Value
3HDN=HQLWK5DWLR
2101446
4054 @ 127.5°
2
AVERAGE LUMINANCE (cd/m )
Vert.
angle
Horizontal angle
0
99
125
220
655
55
65
75
85
45
206
260
315
889
90
227
251
299
842
CANDELA DISTRIBUTION
Vert.
Angle
0
5
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
90
95
105
115
125
135
145
155
165
175
180
Horizontal Angle
0
21
21
20
20
18
16
14
13
14
14
12
113
438
821
1202
1553
1854
2089
2254
2342
2353
22.5
21
21
21
20
18
19
21
20
18
16
22
331
1456
1712
1871
2038
2199
2307
2355
2362
2353
45
21
21
22
23
25
26
29
27
20
19
19
429
1795
2863
2970
2836
2745
2652
2529
2394
2353
Zonal
Lumens
67.5
21
20
23
26
27
29
31
26
20
19
18
338
1660
3085
3819
3515
3212
2940
2675
2433
2353
90
21
20
24
27
28
30
32
26
19
18
15
352
1709
3136
4008
3748
3366
3031
2715
2442
2353
2
7
11
15
19
24
24
20
20
409
1564
2365
2502
2141
1691
1212
713
235
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION (%)
70
80
50
30
10
70
70
50
30
50
50
30
10
0
0
88
80
73
66
60
55
51
46
43
40
37
88
76
67
58
51
45
40
36
32
29
26
88
73
61
52
45
38
33
29
26
23
20
88
70
57
47
39
33
28
24
21
18
16
76
68
62
56
51
47
43
40
36
34
31
76
65
57
50
44
39
35
31
28
25
23
76
63
53
45
38
33
29
25
22
20
18
52
45
39
34
30
27
24
21
19
17
16
52
43
37
31
27
23
20
18
16
14
12
52
42
34
29
24
20
17
15
13
11
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Ceiling
Wall
RCR
Available with Response Integrated Controls
See www.ledalite.com for details
Due to continuing product improvements, Ledalite reserves the right to
change specifications without notice.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Based on a floor reflectance of 0.2
Note: The stated values for lamp lumens and luminaire efficiency consider the lamp/luminaire combination at
conditions similar to that of most architectural spaces. Lamp manufacturers’ data states that T-5 high output lamps
produce a maximum output of 5000 lumens at 35° Celsius. Further, the IESNA’s standards for photometric testing
require an ambient temperature of 25° Celsius. At 25° Celsius, the bare T-5 high output lamp produces 93% of its
maximum output, or 4650 lumens. When placed inside a luminaire, the T-5 high output lamp operates at a slightly
higher ambient temperature than in free air. The increase in ambient temperature raises the lamp’s output above 4650
lumens. This temperature effect causes the lamp/luminaire combination to produce more light output than the bare
lamp alone. As a result, in very optically efficient luminaires, luminaire efficiencies over 100% are possible and correct.
Ledalite feels that this method of photometric testing is the best representation of lamp and luminaire performance,
adheres to current IESNA standards, and most closely represents how the lighting system will operate in the field.
Note : IES photometric files available for download at www.ledalite.com
©2006 Ledalite Architectural Products Phone: 604-888-6811 Toll Free Fax: 1-800-665-LEDA (5332) Fax: 604-888-2003 Email: [email protected] www.ledalite.com
D-1
VCN-132-MC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
F21T5
F25T8
* F28T5
F32T8
F32T8/ES (30W)
Num.
of
Lamp
s
1
1
1
1
1
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
21
25
28
32
30
50/10
0/-18
50/10
0/-18
60/16
0.10
0.09
0.11
0.11
0.10
Wiring Diagram
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
27
25
30
30
28
CENTIUM MICRO CAN
Electronic
Instant Start
Series
277
60 HZ
Active
Ballast
Factor
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
1.10
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
10
10
10
10
10
0.98
0.98
0.99
0.98
0.98
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
4.07
3.92
3.27
3.27
3.50
Enclosure
WHITE
BLK/WHT
BALLAST
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
Diag. 63
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
in.
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
25L
31R
37L
cm.
0
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
25L
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
63.5
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.08 "
1 2/25
2.7 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.05 "
8.91 "
1 1/20
8 91/100
2.7 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 07/23/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
D-1
VCN-2M32-MC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
F21T5
F25T8
* F28T5
F32T8
F32T8/ES (30W)
Num.
of
Lamp
s
2
2
2
2
2
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
21
25
28
32
30
50/10
0/-18
50/10
0/-18
60/16
0.18
0.18
0.22
0.21
0.20
Wiring Diagram
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
50
49
60
59
54
CENTIUM MICRO CAN
Electronic
Instant Start
Series
277
60 HZ
Active
Ballast
Factor
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
1.10
0.88
0.98
0.88
0.88
10
10
10
10
10
0.98
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.20
1.80
1.63
1.49
1.63
Enclosure
WHITE
BLACK
BALLAST
BLUE
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
LAMP
Diag. 64
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
in.
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
25L
31R
37L
cm.
0
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
25L
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
63.5
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.08 "
1 2/25
2.7 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.05 "
8.91 "
1 1/20
8 91/100
2.7 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 07/23/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
D-1
Suspended
3 T5HO
Semi-indirect
8915H03
Cachet
High performance optical system designed to accommodate T8 and T5HO lamps.
Available in a wide range of factory colors.
Two lighting distributions to choose from: Indirect or Semi-indirect
Factory pre-wired with quick-wire connectors for fast, easy installation.
Affordable pricing & fast delivery - standard orders can ship in 9 working days
Suspended and wall mount options available
Order Number Guide
891
5
H03
L
N
Series
Type
Lamps
Lower Optics
Upper Optics
Length
Wiring Options
Voltage
Ballast
Finish
Cachet
Semiindirect
3 T5HO
L - Semi-perf
N - Standard
04 - 4ft
08 - 8ft
12 - 12ft
1 - 1cct
2 - 2 cct
3 - 1cct w/ Emergency cct
4 - 2cct w/ Emergency cct
5 - 1cct w/ Battery Pack
6 - 2cct w/ Battery Pack
7 - 1cct w/ Dimming
8 - 1cct w/ Thru Wire
9 - 2cct w/ Thru Wire
1 - 120V
2 - 277V
3 - 347V*
Electronic
W - Standard White
C - Factory Color*
X - Custom Color
E
Consult factory for complete
list of standard wiring
Cross Section
*See factory color chart
* Consult
factory for
availability
Modules
Linear runs are made by combining 4ft, 8ft and 12ft modules
g
2 1/4"
PER
N
FOR
ATIO
N
IO
RAT
g
FO
PER
9"
g
Weight 3.02 lb/ft
)NDICATESLOCATIONOF
)NDICATES
/PTIONALEMERGENCYMODULESCONTROLSALLLAMPS/2
-ODULELENGTH-OUNTINGDISTANCE
/PTIONALBATTERYPACKSTANDARDCONTROLSONELAMPONLY -ODULELENGTHDOESNOTINCLUDEENDCAPS
L0122 Rev. 3
Ends / Joints
3 1/4"
END-CAP
INLINE JOINT
8913EANA_
8913JNNN
©2006 Ledalite Architectural Products Phone: 604-888-6811 Toll Free Fax: 1-800-665-LEDA (5332) Fax: 604-888-2003 Email: [email protected] www.ledalite.com
D-1A
Suspended
Cachet
3 T5HO
Semi-indirect
8915H03
Photometry
180
135
135
Specifications
Housing
Die-formed 20 gauge cold-rolled steel.
90
90
4100 cd
Ends
Molded reinforced high-impact polymer. Baked Powder
coat finish.
Joints
Self-aligning joining system with hands-free pre-joining
wire access.
Optical System
Constructed of highly specular aluminum, 96%
reflective white steel, and perforated optical filter with
acrylic overlay to produce a semi-indirect distribution.
Mounting
Aircraft cable gripper is tamper-resistant and provides
infinite vertical adjustment capability. Aircraft cable,
crimp and cable gripper independently tested to meet
stringent safety requirements.
Electrical
All luminaires shall be factory pre-wired to section
ends with quick-wire connectors.
Ballast
Electronic.
Approvals
Certified to UL & CSA standards.
Finish
High-quality powder coat, factory applied to meet
AAMA 2603-98. Available in Ledalite Standard White
(textured matte finish), a selection of optional factory
colors (see factory color chart), or custom colors.
Consult factory for details.
45
45
0
45
90
0
Report#
(I¿FLHQF\
Peak Candela Value
3HDN=HQLWK5DWLR
2101446
4054 @ 127.5°
2
AVERAGE LUMINANCE (cd/m )
Vert.
angle
Horizontal angle
0
99
125
220
655
55
65
75
85
45
206
260
315
889
90
227
251
299
842
CANDELA DISTRIBUTION
Vert.
Angle
0
5
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
90
95
105
115
125
135
145
155
165
175
180
Horizontal Angle
0
21
21
20
20
18
16
14
13
14
14
12
113
438
821
1202
1553
1854
2089
2254
2342
2353
22.5
21
21
21
20
18
19
21
20
18
16
22
331
1456
1712
1871
2038
2199
2307
2355
2362
2353
45
21
21
22
23
25
26
29
27
20
19
19
429
1795
2863
2970
2836
2745
2652
2529
2394
2353
Zonal
Lumens
67.5
21
20
23
26
27
29
31
26
20
19
18
338
1660
3085
3819
3515
3212
2940
2675
2433
2353
90
21
20
24
27
28
30
32
26
19
18
15
352
1709
3136
4008
3748
3366
3031
2715
2442
2353
2
7
11
15
19
24
24
20
20
409
1564
2365
2502
2141
1691
1212
713
235
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION (%)
70
80
50
30
10
70
70
50
30
50
50
30
10
0
0
88
80
73
66
60
55
51
46
43
40
37
88
76
67
58
51
45
40
36
32
29
26
88
73
61
52
45
38
33
29
26
23
20
88
70
57
47
39
33
28
24
21
18
16
76
68
62
56
51
47
43
40
36
34
31
76
65
57
50
44
39
35
31
28
25
23
76
63
53
45
38
33
29
25
22
20
18
52
45
39
34
30
27
24
21
19
17
16
52
43
37
31
27
23
20
18
16
14
12
52
42
34
29
24
20
17
15
13
11
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Ceiling
Wall
RCR
Available with Response Integrated Controls
See www.ledalite.com for details
Due to continuing product improvements, Ledalite reserves the right to
change specifications without notice.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Based on a floor reflectance of 0.2
Note: The stated values for lamp lumens and luminaire efficiency consider the lamp/luminaire combination at
conditions similar to that of most architectural spaces. Lamp manufacturers’ data states that T-5 high output lamps
produce a maximum output of 5000 lumens at 35° Celsius. Further, the IESNA’s standards for photometric testing
require an ambient temperature of 25° Celsius. At 25° Celsius, the bare T-5 high output lamp produces 93% of its
maximum output, or 4650 lumens. When placed inside a luminaire, the T-5 high output lamp operates at a slightly
higher ambient temperature than in free air. The increase in ambient temperature raises the lamp’s output above 4650
lumens. This temperature effect causes the lamp/luminaire combination to produce more light output than the bare
lamp alone. As a result, in very optically efficient luminaires, luminaire efficiencies over 100% are possible and correct.
Ledalite feels that this method of photometric testing is the best representation of lamp and luminaire performance,
adheres to current IESNA standards, and most closely represents how the lighting system will operate in the field.
Note : IES photometric files available for download at www.ledalite.com
©2006 Ledalite Architectural Products Phone: 604-888-6811 Toll Free Fax: 1-800-665-LEDA (5332) Fax: 604-888-2003 Email: [email protected] www.ledalite.com
D-1A
VCN-132-MC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
F21T5
F25T8
* F28T5
F32T8
F32T8/ES (30W)
Num.
of
Lamp
s
1
1
1
1
1
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
21
25
28
32
30
50/10
0/-18
50/10
0/-18
60/16
0.10
0.09
0.11
0.11
0.10
Wiring Diagram
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
27
25
30
30
28
CENTIUM MICRO CAN
Electronic
Instant Start
Series
277
60 HZ
Active
Ballast
Factor
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
1.10
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
10
10
10
10
10
0.98
0.98
0.99
0.98
0.98
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
4.07
3.92
3.27
3.27
3.50
Enclosure
WHITE
BLK/WHT
BALLAST
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
Diag. 63
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
in.
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
25L
31R
37L
cm.
0
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
25L
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
63.5
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.08 "
1 2/25
2.7 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.05 "
8.91 "
1 1/20
8 91/100
2.7 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 07/23/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
D-1A
VCN-2M32-MC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
F21T5
F25T8
* F28T5
F32T8
F32T8/ES (30W)
Num.
of
Lamp
s
2
2
2
2
2
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
21
25
28
32
30
50/10
0/-18
50/10
0/-18
60/16
0.18
0.18
0.22
0.21
0.20
Wiring Diagram
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
50
49
60
59
54
CENTIUM MICRO CAN
Electronic
Instant Start
Series
277
60 HZ
Active
Ballast
Factor
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
1.10
0.88
0.98
0.88
0.88
10
10
10
10
10
0.98
0.99
0.99
0.99
0.99
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.20
1.80
1.63
1.49
1.63
Enclosure
WHITE
BLACK
BALLAST
BLUE
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
LAMP
Diag. 64
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
in.
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
25L
31R
37L
cm.
0
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
25L
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
63.5
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.08 "
1 2/25
2.7 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.05 "
8.91 "
1 1/20
8 91/100
2.7 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 07/23/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
D-1A
ML6 SERIES
E x t é r i e u r Ve r t
Projector body
- Suitable for wet locations, IP66 rated
- Compact low profile under 2” diameter
- Lengths available in 1’, 2’, 3’ and 4’
- Consult factory for other lengths
- Grey powder coat (RAL#9006) Standard
- For additional colors consult factory
- 24V DC Remote constant voltage (R56)
power supply
- UL Listed
- 10 Year Warranty anti-corrosion
- 3 Year Warranty on driver
SURFACE REAR MOUNTED PROJECTOR
High Output LED Source
1W / 24V
MINILINI
TM
IP
66
1W
24V
Lamp / Optics
- Nominal LED spacing: 1” or 2” on center
- Light source: High power 1W Warm White LED
- Aluminum reflector - 10°, 25° & 50° refractive
spot optics
- 50,000 hour lamp life @ 70% lumen output
Remote Power Supply
- 120-277V Primary 24VDC Secondary power
supply (required) ordered separately
- 15’ max length for remote power supply
- Consult factory for longer lengths
- Modules can be daisy chained together for
Linear installations with 0 clearance
between fixtures (Consult Factory)
Cover
Dimensions
A
A
B
C
Bracket Bracket
Length Width
D
E
Fixture
Length
Fixture
Diameter
Standard
250°
Adjustment C
B
- UV polycarbonate lens cover
- UV Stabilized ( Non yellowing )
1”
0.75” 4.5”
12.5”
1.75”
3”
0.75” 4.5”
24.5”
1.75”
5”
0.75” 4.5”
36.5”
1.75”
48.5”
1.75”
Mounting
- Can be mounted end to end with zero
clearance
- Mounted horizontal or vertical and can be
rotated 220º on its axis
Remote Power
Supply
Features
- Available in 1’, 2’, 3’ & 4’ lengths
- Adjustable mounting brackets
- High light output LEDs (1.2W/LED)
- IP 66 rated
- Class 1 fixture continuous runs of
15’ plus available (consult factory)
g
b
sta
ju
Ad
Use #8 Screws
cin
pa
S
le
Applications
D
- Building facade lighting
- Wall washing
- Area Lighting
- Effects Lighting
E
ble
aila
Av
in
4”,
”, 2
12
”
36
le
8”
&4
th s
ng
LED technology is changing rapidly, consult website for most current information
EXTERIEUR VERT
www.exterieurvert.com
a division of
1513 E. Saint Gertrude Place Tel 714 957-4960
Santa Ana, Ca 92705
Fax 714 957-4965
Minilini ML6 10.06
D-2
ML6 SERIES
MINILINI
E x t é r i e u r Ve r t
Part # Logic
ML6
41
0
2
1
10R
1
4
LED color
LED
Spacing
Length
Optics
Wattage
Finish
0 - Warm White
LED
1= 1” Spacing
2= 2” Spacing
Base Part# Lamp
Type
ML6-Minilini
Projector
LED
1=1 foot
2=2 foot
3=3 foot
4=4 foot
10R=10° refractive spot 1=1 Watt
25R=25° refractive spot
50R=50° refractive spot
Color
4 - Grey (std.)
9 - Custom
Required Choices for Mounting Fixture
MLBK01
MLBK01, MLBK02 or MLBK03 can be used
with any of the three available fixture lengths.
MLBK02
MLBK03
Part No.
Extension from wall
MLBK01
MLBK02
MLBK03
1” mounting bracket length
3” mounting bracket length
5” mounting bracket length
LED driver
E
096
Placement
Wattage
I=Interior
E=Exterior
OTHER LED DRIVER OPTIONS
1
Input
Voltage
096 = 96Watt / 1 Circuit
300W 3 (Circuits) X 100W - 36’ with multiple feeds
* Consult Factory
1=120 Volt
7=277 Volt
LED
Spacing
Fixture
Length
Max # of Fixtures
per 96W Driver
1” Spacing
1” Spacing
1” Spacing
1” Spacing
2” Spacing
2” Spacing
2” Spacing
2” Spacing
1 foot
2 foot
3 foot
4 foot
1 foot
2 foot
3 foot
4 foot
6
3
2
1
12
6
4
3
* Overall run length not to exceed 60’
EXTERIEUR VERT
www.exterieurvert.com
a division of
1513 E. Saint Gertrude Place Tel 714 957-4960
Santa Ana, Ca 92705
Fax 714 957-4965
Minilini ML6 10.06
D-2
A concealed, flexible, energy-efficient light
fixture for ceiling and wall curves, cabinets,
galleries, and elevators. Uses 0.24W 12V DC,
long-life LEDs.
FEATURES
• Flexible, field cuttable system.
• Low maintenance, energy efficient lighting
for interior applications.
• Uses 0.24W, 12V DC, directional LEDs in
festoon envelope.
• 3 LEDs per module available in amber, red,
green, blue, and white.
• LED life:
– 100,000 hours for amber, red, green
– 40,000 hours for blue and white
• Lamp spacing: 2.5", 3", 4", 6" O.C.
• Light is distributed in individually adjustable
directional LED modules, 220° viewing
angle.
• Aluminum mounting channel for linear
lighting.
• Linear lens mounts in channel to diffuse
light glare.
• Class II 12V DC transformer required.
See Transformer specification sheet.
COVELUM ™
LED
Covelum LED in mounting
channel with linear lens
PROFILES
Radius 3/4"
1 1/2"
Lens
LISTING
• U.L. Listed.
½"
1 1/4"
11/16"
1"
LED DATA
LAMP
DESIGN
VOLTAGE*
Covelum LED
12V DC
WATTAGE
LAMP LIFE†
¾"
1½"
Mounting
Channel
0.24W White, Blue,
Green 40,000 hrs.
Red, Amber 100,000 hrs.
LED Festoon Lamp
* Lamps operate at 80% of design voltage. † Readings at 80% of design voltage.
1" ¾"
LED SPACING
VOLTAGE
AMPS
0.24W
12V
5A
200
MAXIMUM FIXTURE RUN LENGTH (Lmax)
Determine maximum fixture run length with the following formula:
Lmax = F x P x S ∕ W
Factor for safety (0.8 ~ 0.9)
Transformer- or breaker-rated power
LED or lamp spacing
LED or lamp wattage
1550 E. Saint Gertrude Place
Santa Ana, CA 92705
ph 714 957-6101
fx 714 427-3458
While Tivoli utilizes LEDs provided
by industry leading vendors, these
are electrical components with
calculated mean time between
failure (MTBF). MTBF for LEDs
typically exceeds 100,000 hours.
MTBF indicates the point at
which 50% of the LEDs will lose
50% of their original brightness.
Conditions such as excessive
voltage, vibration, heat, and
other adverse environments may
negatively effect the life of LEDs.
www.tivolilighting.com
[email protected]
CLL-3-W-12VDC
180°
135°
cd
WATTAGE
Covelum LED
CANDELA DISTRIBUTION
40
LAMP/SYSTEM
MAX. LAMPS
PER FEED POINT
MEAN TIME BETWEEN
FAILURES (MTBF) FOR
LEDS
cd
MAX. LEDS PER FEED POINT
80
Different LED spacings can create dramatically varied effects.
Tighter spacing is most appropriate for close range viewing
applications. Perspective also alters the effect of different
spacings.
F:
P:
S:
W:
¾"
2"
90°
45°
0°
* Candela distribution may vary with lamp
and power supply conditions.
Copyright © 2006 Tivoli 12.13.06
D-3
COVELUM™
LED
ACCESSORIES
COVELUM LED
ORDERING INFORMATION
DESCRIPTION
CAT. NO.
LAMP
SPACING
Covelum LED
12V DC
CLL-2-A-12VDC
CLL-3-A-12VDC
CLL-4-A-12VDC
CLL-6-A-12VDC
CLL-2-R-12VDC
CLL-3-R-12VDC
CLL-4-R-12VDC
CLL-6-R-12VDC
CLL-2-G-12VDC
CLL-3-G-12VDC
CLL-4-G-12VDC
CLL-6-G-12VDC
CLL-2-B-12VDC
CLL-3-B-12VDC
CLL-4-B-12VDC
CLL-6-B-12VDC
CLL-2-W-12VDC
CLL-3-W-12VDC
CLL-4-W-12VDC
CLL-6-W-12VDC
2.5” O.C.
3” O.C.
4” O.C.
6” O.C.
2.5” O.C.
3” O.C.
4” O.C.
6” O.C.
2.5” O.C.
3” O.C.
4” O.C.
6” O.C.
2.5” O.C.
3” O.C.
4” O.C.
6” O.C.
2.5” O.C.
3” O.C.
4” O.C.
6” O.C.
LAMP
COLOR
Amber
Red
Green
DESCRIPTION
CAT.NO
Junction Box
CL-JBOX
End Caps
CLL-EC
Polycarbonate Mounting Clamp
CLL-MC
Terminal Block
TERMBLK
Linear Aluminum Channel, 8' sections
CLLCHAN
Opaque Linear Lens Cover, 8' sections
CLL-LC
Amber LED
CLLA
Red LED
CLLR
Green LED
CLLG
Blue LED
CLLB
White LED
CLLW
Blue
END CAPS
Each length of Covelum LED comes with vinyl
end caps that protect and insulate the conductors at the end of a run.
POLYCARBONATE MOUNTING CLAMP
Clear polycarbonate mounting clip secures
Covelum to surface with single screw on each
side of clip. (Screws not provided).
White
CHANNEL END CAPS
Clear poly carbonate Channel End Caps cover both ends of
Aluminum Channel and Opaque Lens to prevent debris from
entering Channel.
FIXTURE SELECTION
Lamp Spacing
Select longest lamp spacing necessary
for desired effect. (Tight lamps spacing
does not add more impact, but lamps will
blur to appear like a light cable instead of
separate distinct lamps.)
ALUMINUM CHANNEL
For straight run applications. Channel screws in place, lamp
sockets snap into channel ensuring linear integrity and reducing
installation time. The finish is standard satin aluminum.
Comes in 8' sections.
Lamp Type
0.24W, 12V DC, LEDs in amber, red,
green, blue and white.
Voltage Drop
Consider voltage drop parameters and
maximum fixture length. Refer to Tivoli
voltage drop chart and suggested system
layout.
OPAQUE LENS
Opaque polycarbonate lens for channel shields
and protects lamps from direct contact. Comes in
8' sections.
JUNCTION BOX
Covers connections. Terminal block connector is
mounted inside. One end of connector screws
directly into the Covelum LED fixture, the other
accepts AWG # 10, 12, 14 wire.
Maximum Fixture Length
• Max. load of fixture must not exceed
capacity of recommended transformer
• For longer runs use multiple fixtures with
independent feed run to transformer
CLL-LC LINEAR LENS
1 3/8"
SCREWS
(By Others)
1 1 /2 "
2 1 /4 "
5SBOTGPSNFS
$PWFMVN-&%'JYUVSF
+VODUJPO
#PY
$PWFMVN-&%'JYUVSF
1550 E. Saint Gertrude Place
Santa Ana, CA 92705
CLL-CHAN
ALUMINUM CHANNEL
ph 714 957-6101
fx 714 427-3458
www.tivolilighting.com
[email protected]
CLL-CHEC
CHANNEL END CAP
Copyright © 2006 Tivoli 12.13.06
D-3
iolighting.com
Application
ANSI and ADA compliant luxrail, is an indoor/outdoor handrail
that delivers functional illumination. Two intensities may be
specified; “standard light output” & “high output”. The standard
lightoutput version delivers illuminance levels appropriate for
exterior applications (3 to 4 footcandles at grade) as well as
dark interior environments with low ambient illumination levels,
(i.e. theatres, themed environments). The high output version
delivers illuminance levels applicable to interior environments –
providing in excess of 10 footcandles along the path of egress
(ANSI required). Independent photometric test reports and IES
Format data are available upon request from io Lighting.
luxrail’s standard handrail gripping surfaces are circular in cross
section and meet ADAAG (Americans with Disability Act Accessibility
Guidelines). Beam spread options include 10, 45, and 65 degrees.
The 45 and 65 degree beam patterns are most suitable for
illuminating pathways while the 10 degree beam spread offers
accent lighting to optional glass or stainless steel cable railing
infills. Reference page 8 for information regarding infill options.
LED lumen depreciation at 50,000 hrs. is 30%.
Light Output
luxrail is available with two luminous intensities:
Standard:
• Warm White: 38 lms/ft
• Cool White: 48 lms/ft
High Output:
• Warm White: 127 lms/ft
• Cool White: 145 lms/ft
Hand Rail Size Options
1.66”
1.90”
2”
Construction
luxrail is available in stainless steel, aluminum or brass. luxrail
may be post mounted or wall mounted. Mounting hardware (post or
wall) is required up to 5' or 6' O.C., depending on the handrail alloy.
The lighting fixture component of the luxrail is a stand alone unit
and is available in incremental nominal lengths that range from 6"
to 60". Vandal resistant access chamber allows units to be removed
for maintenance purposes.
The light fixture’s housing is made of a light weight, yet durable
aluminum, providing the recommended heat sink requirements for
the LEDs. Housing, optical assembly and stainless steel end caps
are bonded to prevent water infiltration.
Power Supply (Driver) Information
TYPE
SUPPLIES
REMOTE DISTANCE
24V20W
24V100W
UP TO 78"
UP TO 35'-0"
32'-0" (W/18AWG)
18'-0" (W/18AWG)
46'-0" (W/14AWG)
71'-0" (W/12AWG)
(2) RUNS UP TO
49' WITH (1) RUN
NTE 35'-0"
Electrical
luxrail houses a low voltage LED based light fixture which is
integrated into the underside of the handrail. It comes complete
with the linear light fixture installed in the handrail and required
power supplies (aka “drivers”). Electrical “daisy chain” connections
must be made on site. 120 or 277 volt drivers are available. The
drivers must be remotely located. Refer to Driver Chart (shown on
left) for additional information.
High Output
4
TYPE
SUPPLIES
REMOTE DISTANCE
24V100W
UP TO 12'-0"
18'-0" (W/18AWG)
46'-0" (W/14AWG)
71'-0" (W/12AWG)
Power Consumption
• standard: 2 w/ft
• high output: 8 w/ft
Finish
luxrail is available in a variety of finishes: polished or brushed
stainless steel (satin finish with brush grain along the longitudinal
axis), clear anodized aluminum and polished brass. Custom finishes
may be available upon request.
T
370 Corporate Woods Pkwy Vernon Hills, IL 60061-3107
847.735.7000 F 847.735.7001 E [email protected] W iolighting.com
D-4
January 2006 io reserves the right to change specifications for product improvement without notification.
Standard Light Output
Color Options
3000˚K Warm White
5000˚K Cool White
3k
Red
5k
Green
Blue
G
B
R
Amber
A
Light Output
Standard Output (measured in footcandles)
42"
38"
36"
34"
4 2 1.6 .6 .3
3.8 1.8 .7 .3 .2
3.5 1.7 .7 .2 .2
3.1 1.7 .6 .2 .2
1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’
1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’
1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’
1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’
High Output (measured in footcandles)
42"
38"
36"
34"
12 6 4.8 1.8 .9
11.4 5.4 2.1 .9 .6
10.5 5.1 2.1 .6 .6
9.3 5.1 1.8 .6 .6
1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’
1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’
1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’
1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’
Distributions
65˚
45˚
10˚
Mounting Options
Infill Options
WM wall mounted
PM post mounted
Stainless steel cable infill
Glass infill
(glass provided by others)
Order Code
0
io
.
06
luxrail
.
.
.
Alloy/Finish
Size
Mounting
SSS Stainless 1 1.66" O.D.*
PM Post
Steel Satin (1 1/4" pipe size)
Mounted
[available for SS & CAA] WM Wall
SSP Stainless
2 1.90" O.D.*
Steel
Mounted
(1 1/2" pipe size)
Polished
[available for SS & CAA]
CAA Clear
Anodized 3 2.0" O.D.*
[available for SS & BR]
Aluminum
BR Brass
*see page 6 for
Polished
alloy dimensions
T
.
Infill
AC Aircraft
Cable
GL Glass
(provided
by others)
C Custom
NR Not Req’d
.
.
10
45
65
NI
Light
Distribution
10 Degree
45 Degree
65 Degree
Handrail only
(not illuminated)
.
Light
Color
3k
Warm
White
5k
Cool
White
3kHO Warm
White
5kHO Cool
White
R
Red
G
Green
B
Blue
A
Amber
370 Corporate Woods Pkwy Vernon Hills, IL 60061-3107
847.735.7000 F 847.735.7001 E [email protected] W iolighting.com
1
Length
Provide
overall
length of
each
handrail
section.
*see note.
.
Voltage/Dimming
.
SIDE FEED STANDARD
1
2
3
4
5
120v
277v
120v w/dim
277v w/dim
other
Driver
Enclosure
I Interior
E Exterior
N Not Req’d
by io
(provided
by others)
Note: Each handrail application will
be somewhat custom to accommodate
varying field conditions and design
requirements. Shop drawings will be
required to manage specifics of each
handrail section.
5
D-4
iolighting.com
handrail options
Stainless Steel
Aluminum
Brass
C
C
C
B
B
.70"
.70"
B
.70"
.75"
.75"
.75"
A
A
A
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
1.66”
1”
.059”
1.66”
1”
.109”
2”
1”
.062”
1.90”
1.25”
.059”
1.90”
1.25”
.109”
2”
1.25”
.059”
wall mounted details
22 AWG, 600 Volt TFFN
power cord for secondary feed
22 AWG, 600 Volt TFFN
power cord
Wireway
Gasket Filler,
As Needed
22 AWG, 600 Volt TFFN
power cord
Locking
Bracket
Mount
To remote driver
.625 Diameter
3.25 Diameter
Snap-Cover Flange
Luxrail Light Fixture
(io’s line series .75 )
Snap Base
Tube Extension,
as needed for
conduit connection
12"
min
12"
min
Wall mounted ramp rail
12"
min
12" 1 tread
min width
Return to wall electrical feed
Wall bracket
(may be used as an electrical feed)
Return to wall
6
T
370 Corporate Woods Pkwy Vernon Hills, IL 60061-3107
847.735.7000 F 847.735.7001 E [email protected] W iolighting.com
D-4
iolighting.com
10,̊ 45,̊ 65˚
PATENT PENDING
Application
io lighting’s line series .75 is approximately .75" x .75"
in cross section. UL listed for dry locations, its low profile
housing enables functional luminous intensities from “tight”
architectural details such as niches, coves, handrails &
casework. Similar to halogen light sources, LEDs are point
sources that offer superior definition to three dimensional
objects and sparkle to reflective surfaces.
series .75 is a low voltage linear accent luminaire that may be
ordered in incremental nominal lengths that range from 6" to
96". Optional beam spreads along the perpendicular axis of the
fixture include 10˚, 45˚, and 65˚. For details on the asymmetric
beam spread, see dedicated specification sheet. Average rated
life for series .75 is 50,000 hours. Lamp lumen depreciation at
50,000 hrs. is 30%.
Light Output
line series .75 is available with two lumen outputs for white
light only. Red, green, blue and amber are available in standard
output only:
Standard:
• Warm White: 38 lms/ft
• Cool White: 48 lms/ft
High Output:
• Warm White: 127 lms/ft
• Cool White: 145 lms/ft
Beam Spread Options
10˚
.75"
.79"
.75"
45˚
.75"
Standard Light Output
SUPPLIES
REMOTE DISTANCE
24V20W
24V100W
UP TO 78"
32'-0" (W/18AWG)
18'-0" (W/18AWG)
46'-0" (W/14AWG)
71'-0" (W/12AWG)
UP TO 35'-0"
(2) RUNS UP TO
49' WITH (1) RUN
NTE 35'-0"
SUPPLIES
REMOTE DISTANCE
24V100W
UP TO 12'-0"
18'-0" (W/18AWG)
46'-0" (W/14AWG)
71'-0" (W/12AWG)
Refer to light output tables for footcandle values at various
distances. IES format files may be obtained from the factory or
downloaded from iolighting.com.
Electrical
Universal 120 or 277 Volt supply required for 24 volt remote
driver. 4'-0" 22 AWG, 600 volt TFFN rated power cords are
supplied with strain reliefs for both electric feed and
connectors (for continous row application).
High Output
TYPE
.70"
Construction
The light weight, yet durable extruded aluminum housing
provides recommended heat sink requirements for LEDs.
Precision optic is composed of a customized acrylic material
that offers very high transmisivity, UV stability, and excellent
longevity. series .75 is UL listed for dry locations only.
Power Supply (Driver) Information
TYPE
65˚
January 2006 io reserves the right to change specifications for product improvement without notification.
.75"
Power Consumption
• standard: 2 w/ft
• high output: 8 w/ft
Finish
Anodized aluminum finish is standard. Custom finishes
available upon request.
T
370 Corporate Woods Pkwy Vernon Hills, IL 60061-3107
847.735.7000 F 847.735.7001 E [email protected] W iolighting.com
D-5
10,̊ 45,̊ 65˚
PATENT PENDING
Color Options
3000˚K
5000˚K White
Red
Green
Blue
Amber
3k
5k
R
G
B
A
Applications / Light Output
High Output
Standard Light Output
6.4FC
5’
3.2FC
5’
2.5FC
5’
19.2FC
5’
9.6FC
5’
7.5FC
5’
9.0FC
3’
5.7FC
3’
4.4FC
3’
27FC
3’
17.1FC
3’
13.2FC
3’
12.4FC
1’
10.4FC
1’
9.0FC
1’
37.2FC
1’
31.2FC
1’
27FC
1’
10˚
45˚
5000K
8’-0” unit
10˚
65˚
5000K
8’-0” unit
45˚
5000K
8’-0” unit
5000K
8’-0” unit
65˚
5000K
8’-0” unit
5000K
8’-0” unit
Mounting Options
100 surface
101 side surface
102 field adjustable
.95"
.95"
1.0"
.97"
.83"
1.3"
.87"
.50"
.85"
.90"
Electrical End Feed Options
2 end feed
3 right side feed
4 left side feed
5 bottom feed
Order Code
0
io
.
03
Line
.75
.
I
.
location
Color
Interior 3k 3000˚K
only
3kHO 3000˚K
High
Output
5k 5000˚K
5kHO 5000˚K
High
Output
R
Red
G
Green
B
Blue
A
Amber
.
Distribution
10 10 degree
45 45 degree
65 65 degree
.
.
Mounting
Finish
100 Surface
1 Anodized
Aluminum
101 Side
2 Anodized
surface
Custom Color
102 Field
adjustable
T
.
Length
UNITS
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
6"
12"
18"
24"
30"
36"
42"
48"
54"
60"
66"
72"
78"
84"
90"
96"
(actual)
(6.15")
(11.84")
(17.59")
(23.15")
(28.84")
(34.59")
(40.15")
(45.84")
(51.59")
(57.15")
(62.84")
(68.59")
(79.84")
(85.59")
(91.15")
(96.84")
.
Electrical Feed
2 End feed
3 Right side feed
4 Left side feed
5 Bottom feed
.
.
Voltage/Dimming Driver Enclosure
OPTIONAL
1 120v
I Interior
2 277v
Rated
3 120v w/dim
N Not Req’d
4 277v w/dim
by io
5 other
FOR CONTINOUS ROW
2-2 Right end feed
Left end feed
3-4 Right side feed
Left side feed
5-5 Right bottom feed
Left bottom feed
Supplied
by others
Note: “Actual” length provided includes end feed and non-feed
endcaps. Add .27 when electrical feed occurs on both ends
(for continous row mounting).
370 Corporate Woods Pkwy Vernon Hills, IL 60061-3107
847.735.7000 F 847.735.7001 E [email protected] W iolighting.com
D-5
Spec Sheet
TRIPLES-V 26/6
recessed compact
COMPACT
FLUORESCENT
1-130
fluorescent downlight/wallwasher
FEATURES
Triples-V 26/6 is an efficient 6” aperture low brightness downlight designed for use with one 26-watt triple-tube compact fluorescent lamp of
the 4-pin types made by GE, Sylvania or Philips. Triples-V 26/6 provides
a shielding angle of 38°.
One housing allows interchangeable use of downlight and wallwash reflectors, permitting housings to be installed first and reflectors to be installed
or changed at any time.
Triples-V 26/6 uses one 26-watt lamp providing 1800 lumens (more than a
100-watt incandescent), a 10,000-hour life, a color rendering index (CRI)
of 82, and color temperatures as warm as 2700°K (nearly duplicating the
color qualities of incandescent).
Requires ceiling opening of 6 15/16” (176mm)
Reflectors are available in clear, natural aluminum in three finishes:
EvenTone, our standard clear finish, partially diffuse, anti-iridescent and
gently luminous in appearance; OptiTone, specular and anti-iridescent,
PRODUCT CODE
For complete product code, list basic unit and select one item from each following box.
with minimum brightness and maximum efficiency; and EasyTone, diffuse
Basic Unit .................................................................. TRPV 26/6
and luminous. Additionally, reflectors are available in champagne gold,
wheat, pewter and bronze. Wallwash (120°), corner wallwash (210°) and
double wallwash (2x120°) reflectors are also available.
Triples-V 26/6 includes a pair of mounting bars (¾” x 27” C channel).
Reflector Type
Downlight .................no suffix
Wallwash...................... WW
Corner Wallwash ........... CWW
Double Wallwash ........... DWW
Voltage
120 volt service .............. 120
277 volt service ................ 277
Specialty bars for wood joist and T-bar installations are also available.
preferred over rectangular troffers. These include offices, stores, lobbies,
Overlap
Flush
Reflector and Flange Color
EvenTone Clear ........................... VOL ................................. VFL
OptiTone Clear ........................... COL................................. CFL
EasyTone Clear .......................... ECOL .............................. ECFL
Champagne Gold .......................GOL.................................GFL
Wheat ..................................... WHOL ........................... WHFL
Pewter ....................................... POL ..................................PFL
Bronze....................................... ZOL ................................. ZFL
Other reflector finishes are available on special order.
corridors, restrooms and public areas.
Standard reflector flange continues reflector finish. White painted flanges and custom painted
flanges are available on special order. Add WF (white flange) or CCF (custom color flange).
APPLICATIONS
Fixture is suitable for downlighting or wallwashing in nearly all architectural
environments, especially those spaces where non-directional luminaires are
Fixture is
listed for Damp Location
(may not be suitable for some outdoor
OPTIONS
Specify by adding to the basic unit.
environments). Fixture is in compli-
Dimmable 3-wire ballast; not for outdoor application ...............– DM
ance with the component
Emergency battery pack operates lamp in event of
power outage. Fixture footprint increases to 10 x 17 ½”
(254 x 444mm). Not available with a CWW reflector.
Not for outdoor application ................................................. – EM
based efficiency standards
of the 1995 New York State
1
/8” (3mm) thick clear acrylic shield,
spring-mounted within reflector ............................................... – PS
Energy Conservation Code.
Fixture is prewired
For combinations of the Options above, contact factory or Edison Price Lighting representative.
A modified fixture suitable for 2” maximum ceiling thickness is available on special order. Contact
factory.
A modified fixture suitable for 347-volt service is available on special order. Contact factory.
An install-from-below version of this fixture, suitable for installation outside North America, is
available on special order. Contact factory.
Decorative reflector rings are available on special order. Contact factory.
with high power factor
Class P electronic ballast, suitable for use in a fire rated ceiling, and approved for ten #12 wire 75°C
branch circuit pull-through wiring. Removal of the reflector allows access
to the ballast and junction box.
41-50 22ND STREET, L IC NY 11101
©
Copyright, Edison Price Lighting 2007
TEL
718.685.0700
FAX
718.786.8530 www.epl.com
03-07
D-6
TRIPLES-V 26/6
PHOTOMETRIC REPORT
Report No. 44968. Original Independent Testing Laboratories, Inc. (ITL) test report furnished upon request.
Luminaire .................... recessed compact fluorescent downlight with spun aluminum reflector, specular finish
Lamp .......................... Philips 26-watt triple-tube compact fluorescent, 4-pin GX24q-3 base, 1800 lumens
Efficiency .................... 62.9%
Spacing Criteria .......... 0°-1.1, 90°-1.1
BALLAST INFORMATION
9ROWDJH
Input Watts
28
28
Line Current (A)
.25
.11
Power Factor (%)
>98
>98
THD (%)
<10
<10
Min. Starting Temp* (°F)
0
0.0
45.0
90.0
0
5
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
90
843
945
858
702
518
208
0
0
0
0
0
843
897
872
656
482
218
0
0
0
0
0
843
853
842
714
505
230
0
0
0
0
0
0
ZONAL LUMEN SUMMARY
Zone
- 30°
- 40°
- 60°
- 90°
-180°
-180°
Lumens
% Lamp
% Fixture
650
963
1132
1132
0
1132
36.1
53.5
62.9
62.9
0.0
62.9
57.4
85.1
100.0
100.0
0.0
100.0
(Candela/m2)
Horizontal Angle
Vertical
Angle
&RQVXOWODPSPDQXIDFWXUHUVIRUVSHFLÀFWHPSHUDWXUHV
0
0
0
0
90
0
LUMINANCE DATA
CANDLEPOWER DISTRIBUTION (Candela)
Vertical
Average
Average
Angle 0° Longitude 90° Longitude
45
55
65
75
85
14858
0
0
0
0
16429
0
0
0
0
To convert cd/m2 to footlamberts, multiply
by 0.2919.
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION – ZONAL CAVITY METHOD
Effective Floor Cavity Reflectance 20%
&HLOLQJ5HÁHFWDQFH
:DOO5HÁHFWDQFH
75
71
67
63
60
56
53
50
47
45
42
75
69
64
59
55
51
47
44
41
38
36
75
68
61
56
51
47
43
40
37
34
32
75
66
59
53
48
44
40
37
34
31
29
73
70
66
62
59
55
52
49
47
44
42
73
68
63
58
54
50
47
43
41
38
36
73
66
60
55
50
46
43
39
37
34
32
73
65
58
53
48
44
40
37
34
31
29
70
65
61
57
53
49
46
43
40
37
35
70
64
59
54
50
46
42
39
36
34
31
64
59
55
50
46
42
39
36
33
31
29
63
58
54
49
45
41
38
35
33
30
28
Room Cavity Ratio
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
70
63
57
52
47
43
40
37
34
31
29
67
63
59
55
51
48
45
42
39
37
34
67
62
57
53
49
45
42
39
36
33
31
67
61
56
51
47
43
39
36
34
31
29
64
61
57
54
50
47
44
41
38
36
34
64
60
56
52
48
44
41
38
36
33
31
TRIPLES-V 26/6 WW
WALLWASH INFORMATION
Distance
From
Ceiling
)HHW
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
·µ)URP:DOO·µ2&
·)URP:DOO·2&
·µ)URP:DOO·µ2&
Below
Fixture
Between
Fixtures
Below
Fixture
Between
Fixtures
Below
Fixture
Between
Fixtures
7
11
17
20
18
15
12
10
9
7
6
5
7
10
18
20
18
15
13
10
9
7
6
5
4
7
9
13
14
13
11
9
8
7
6
5
4
6
9
14
14
13
11
9
8
7
6
5
3
5
6
8
10
10
9
8
7
6
6
5
3
4
5
9
10
10
10
8
7
6
6
5
$OOYHUWLFDOIRRWFDQGOHVDUHLQLWLDOYDOXHVZLWKQRFRQWULEXWLRQIURPFHLOLQJRUÁRRUUHÁHFWDQFHV&RPSXWDWLRQSHUIRUPHG
ZLWKDWOHDVWÀYHZDOOZDVKHUV
D-6
[email protected]
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
* CFTR26W/GX24Q
1
CFTR26W/GX24Q
2
Rated
Lamp
Watts
26
26
Min.
Start
Temp
(°F/C)
50/10
50/10
MARK 7 0-10V
Electronic Dimming
Programmed Start
Series
120-277
50/60 HZ
Active
Input
Current
(Amps)
Input Power
(Watts)
(min/max)
Ballast Factor
(min/max)
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.10
0.18
08/28
13/49
0.03/1.00
0.03/1.00
10
10
0.99
0.99
1.6
1.6
3.57
2.04
Wiring Diagram
Enclosure
WIRING: (2) QUAD/TRIPLE LAMPS
(1) QUAD/TRIPLE LAMP
GREEN
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
BALLASTYELLOW
Class 1 or VIOLET (+)
Class 2 Circuit GREY (-)
RED
10V, 0.5 mA
BLUE
{
RED
Green Terminal Must Be Grounded
Diag. 166
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
4.98 "
4 49/50
12.6 cm
Width (W)
3.00 "
3
7.6 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
4.60 "
1 9/50
4 3/5
3 cm
11.7 cm
Revised 02/13/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
D-6
Spec Sheet
TRIPLES-V 26/6
recessed compact
COMPACT
FLUORESCENT
1-130
fluorescent downlight/wallwasher
FEATURES
Triples-V 26/6 is an efficient 6” aperture low brightness downlight designed for use with one 26-watt triple-tube compact fluorescent lamp of
the 4-pin types made by GE, Sylvania or Philips. Triples-V 26/6 provides
a shielding angle of 38°.
One housing allows interchangeable use of downlight and wallwash reflectors, permitting housings to be installed first and reflectors to be installed
or changed at any time.
Triples-V 26/6 uses one 26-watt lamp providing 1800 lumens (more than a
100-watt incandescent), a 10,000-hour life, a color rendering index (CRI)
of 82, and color temperatures as warm as 2700°K (nearly duplicating the
color qualities of incandescent).
Requires ceiling opening of 6 15/16” (176mm)
Reflectors are available in clear, natural aluminum in three finishes:
EvenTone, our standard clear finish, partially diffuse, anti-iridescent and
gently luminous in appearance; OptiTone, specular and anti-iridescent,
PRODUCT CODE
For complete product code, list basic unit and select one item from each following box.
with minimum brightness and maximum efficiency; and EasyTone, diffuse
Basic Unit .................................................................. TRPV 26/6
and luminous. Additionally, reflectors are available in champagne gold,
wheat, pewter and bronze. Wallwash (120°), corner wallwash (210°) and
double wallwash (2x120°) reflectors are also available.
Triples-V 26/6 includes a pair of mounting bars (¾” x 27” C channel).
Reflector Type
Downlight .................no suffix
Wallwash...................... WW
Corner Wallwash ........... CWW
Double Wallwash ........... DWW
Voltage
120 volt service .............. 120
277 volt service ................ 277
Specialty bars for wood joist and T-bar installations are also available.
preferred over rectangular troffers. These include offices, stores, lobbies,
Overlap
Flush
Reflector and Flange Color
EvenTone Clear ........................... VOL ................................. VFL
OptiTone Clear ........................... COL................................. CFL
EasyTone Clear .......................... ECOL .............................. ECFL
Champagne Gold .......................GOL.................................GFL
Wheat ..................................... WHOL ........................... WHFL
Pewter ....................................... POL ..................................PFL
Bronze....................................... ZOL ................................. ZFL
Other reflector finishes are available on special order.
corridors, restrooms and public areas.
Standard reflector flange continues reflector finish. White painted flanges and custom painted
flanges are available on special order. Add WF (white flange) or CCF (custom color flange).
APPLICATIONS
Fixture is suitable for downlighting or wallwashing in nearly all architectural
environments, especially those spaces where non-directional luminaires are
Fixture is
listed for Damp Location
(may not be suitable for some outdoor
OPTIONS
Specify by adding to the basic unit.
environments). Fixture is in compli-
Dimmable 3-wire ballast; not for outdoor application ...............– DM
ance with the component
Emergency battery pack operates lamp in event of
power outage. Fixture footprint increases to 10 x 17 ½”
(254 x 444mm). Not available with a CWW reflector.
Not for outdoor application ................................................. – EM
based efficiency standards
of the 1995 New York State
1
/8” (3mm) thick clear acrylic shield,
spring-mounted within reflector ............................................... – PS
Energy Conservation Code.
Fixture is prewired
For combinations of the Options above, contact factory or Edison Price Lighting representative.
A modified fixture suitable for 2” maximum ceiling thickness is available on special order. Contact
factory.
A modified fixture suitable for 347-volt service is available on special order. Contact factory.
An install-from-below version of this fixture, suitable for installation outside North America, is
available on special order. Contact factory.
Decorative reflector rings are available on special order. Contact factory.
with high power factor
Class P electronic ballast, suitable for use in a fire rated ceiling, and approved for ten #12 wire 75°C
branch circuit pull-through wiring. Removal of the reflector allows access
to the ballast and junction box.
41-50 22ND STREET, L IC NY 11101
©
Copyright, Edison Price Lighting 2007
TEL
718.685.0700
FAX
718.786.8530 www.epl.com
03-07
D-7
TRIPLES-V 26/6
PHOTOMETRIC REPORT
Report No. 44968. Original Independent Testing Laboratories, Inc. (ITL) test report furnished upon request.
Luminaire .................... recessed compact fluorescent downlight with spun aluminum reflector, specular finish
Lamp .......................... Philips 26-watt triple-tube compact fluorescent, 4-pin GX24q-3 base, 1800 lumens
Efficiency .................... 62.9%
Spacing Criteria .......... 0°-1.1, 90°-1.1
BALLAST INFORMATION
9ROWDJH
Input Watts
28
28
Line Current (A)
.25
.11
Power Factor (%)
>98
>98
THD (%)
<10
<10
Min. Starting Temp* (°F)
0
0.0
45.0
90.0
0
5
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
90
843
945
858
702
518
208
0
0
0
0
0
843
897
872
656
482
218
0
0
0
0
0
843
853
842
714
505
230
0
0
0
0
0
0
ZONAL LUMEN SUMMARY
Zone
- 30°
- 40°
- 60°
- 90°
-180°
-180°
Lumens
% Lamp
% Fixture
650
963
1132
1132
0
1132
36.1
53.5
62.9
62.9
0.0
62.9
57.4
85.1
100.0
100.0
0.0
100.0
(Candela/m2)
Horizontal Angle
Vertical
Angle
&RQVXOWODPSPDQXIDFWXUHUVIRUVSHFLÀFWHPSHUDWXUHV
0
0
0
0
90
0
LUMINANCE DATA
CANDLEPOWER DISTRIBUTION (Candela)
Vertical
Average
Average
Angle 0° Longitude 90° Longitude
45
55
65
75
85
14858
0
0
0
0
16429
0
0
0
0
To convert cd/m2 to footlamberts, multiply
by 0.2919.
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION – ZONAL CAVITY METHOD
Effective Floor Cavity Reflectance 20%
&HLOLQJ5HÁHFWDQFH
:DOO5HÁHFWDQFH
75
71
67
63
60
56
53
50
47
45
42
75
69
64
59
55
51
47
44
41
38
36
75
68
61
56
51
47
43
40
37
34
32
75
66
59
53
48
44
40
37
34
31
29
73
70
66
62
59
55
52
49
47
44
42
73
68
63
58
54
50
47
43
41
38
36
73
66
60
55
50
46
43
39
37
34
32
73
65
58
53
48
44
40
37
34
31
29
70
65
61
57
53
49
46
43
40
37
35
70
64
59
54
50
46
42
39
36
34
31
64
59
55
50
46
42
39
36
33
31
29
63
58
54
49
45
41
38
35
33
30
28
Room Cavity Ratio
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
70
63
57
52
47
43
40
37
34
31
29
67
63
59
55
51
48
45
42
39
37
34
67
62
57
53
49
45
42
39
36
33
31
67
61
56
51
47
43
39
36
34
31
29
64
61
57
54
50
47
44
41
38
36
34
64
60
56
52
48
44
41
38
36
33
31
TRIPLES-V 26/6 WW
WALLWASH INFORMATION
Distance
From
Ceiling
)HHW
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
·µ)URP:DOO·µ2&
·)URP:DOO·2&
·µ)URP:DOO·µ2&
Below
Fixture
Between
Fixtures
Below
Fixture
Between
Fixtures
Below
Fixture
Between
Fixtures
7
11
17
20
18
15
12
10
9
7
6
5
7
10
18
20
18
15
13
10
9
7
6
5
4
7
9
13
14
13
11
9
8
7
6
5
4
6
9
14
14
13
11
9
8
7
6
5
3
5
6
8
10
10
9
8
7
6
6
5
3
4
5
9
10
10
10
8
7
6
6
5
$OOYHUWLFDOIRRWFDQGOHVDUHLQLWLDOYDOXHVZLWKQRFRQWULEXWLRQIURPFHLOLQJRUÁRRUUHÁHFWDQFHV&RPSXWDWLRQSHUIRUPHG
ZLWKDWOHDVWÀYHZDOOZDVKHUV
D-7
[email protected]
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
* CFTR26W/GX24Q
1
CFTR26W/GX24Q
2
Rated
Lamp
Watts
26
26
Min.
Start
Temp
(°F/C)
50/10
50/10
MARK 7 0-10V
Electronic Dimming
Programmed Start
Series
120-277
50/60 HZ
Active
Input
Current
(Amps)
Input Power
(Watts)
(min/max)
Ballast Factor
(min/max)
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.10
0.18
08/28
13/49
0.03/1.00
0.03/1.00
10
10
0.99
0.99
1.6
1.6
3.57
2.04
Wiring Diagram
Enclosure
WIRING: (2) QUAD/TRIPLE LAMPS
(1) QUAD/TRIPLE LAMP
GREEN
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
BALLASTYELLOW
Class 1 or VIOLET (+)
Class 2 Circuit GREY (-)
RED
10V, 0.5 mA
BLUE
{
RED
Green Terminal Must Be Grounded
Diag. 166
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
4.98 "
4 49/50
12.6 cm
Width (W)
3.00 "
3
7.6 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
4.60 "
1 9/50
4 3/5
3 cm
11.7 cm
Revised 02/13/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
D-7
D-8
D-8
D-8
VEZ-1Q18-M2-BS
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
CFQ18W/G24Q
* CFTR18W/GX24Q
Num.
of
Lamps
Rated
Lamp
Watts
1
1
18
18
Min.
Start
Temp
(°F/C)
50/10
50/10
MARK 10 POWERLINE
Electronic Dimming
Programmed Start
Series
277
60 HZ
Active
Input
Current
(Amps)
Input Power
(Watts)
(min/max)
Ballast Factor
(min/max)
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.07
0.08
07/22
07/22
0.05/1.00
0.05/1.00
10
10
0.99
0.99
1.6
1.6
4.55
4.55
Wiring Diagram
Enclosure
Diag. 134
The wiring diagram that appears above is for
the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
4.98 "
4 49/50
12.6 cm
Width (W)
3.00 "
3
7.6 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.29 "
2.00 "
1 29/100
2
3.3 cm
5.1 cm
Revised 08/17/2006
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
D-8
Foho Pro
Type:___________________________________________
MR16 Projector
________________________________________________
Project: ________________________________________
Professional directional projector for use with an 50W MR16 Halogen lamp.
________________________________________________
6.4"
6.8"
3.8"
3.9"
Details
Features
Transformer
– Die-cast aluminum joints, fitted with graduated ring for tool-less aim
locking
– Supplied with 120V primary, for 277V consult factory
– Thermal protection that meets UL and NEC requirements
– Painted aluminum body with die-cast titanium-colored painted supports
– Mounts to wall, ceiling or track
Accessories (1 Max. per fixture)
– 359° horizontal rotation and 90° vertical tilt, with directional locking (90°
locks in position)
– Framing projector
– 120V electronic transformer separate from the optical assembly to
optimize heat dispertion and ensure the lamp maintains a constant
operating temperature
– Available linear spread and softening lenses
– Adjustable barn doors
– UV stop filter
– Chromatic filters in red, green, blue, yellow and magenta
– Consult factory for multiple accessories
– Accepts chromatic and UV stop filters
Labels
Lens
– UL listed
– Borosilicate safety glass
Lamp
– 50W max. MR16 Halogen lamp
a division of
1513 E. Saint Gertrude Place
Santa Ana, CA 92705
ph 714.957.4950
fx 714.957.4955
Copyright © 2006 TNA 6.06
PRO/TRK 5 V1
w w w. t a r g e t t i u s a . c o m
D-9
Foho Pro
MR16 Projector
Ordering Information
Fixture
Accessories
TRIM
CAT. #
MOUNT
LAMP
FOHO PRO
MR16 Projector
US1T0687D1
Wall/Ceiling
50W MR16
COLOR*
DESCRIPTION
COLOR
CAT. #
White
Framing Projector
Aluminum
US1T0742
US1T1376D1
Black
Adjustable Barn Doors
Black
US1T0741
US1T0686D1
Aluminum
Chromatic Dichroic Filters –
Ø 1.38"
for use with Framing Projector
Red
US49891
Green
US49892
Black
Blue
US49896
Aluminum
Yellow
US49897
Magenta
US49898
US1T0691D1
US1T1377D1
Two Circuit
Track
White
US1T0690D1
Red
US49881
Green
US49882
Blue
US49886
Yellow
US49887
Magenta
US49959
UV Stop Filter
Clear
US49880
Corrective FIlters
Light Peach
US1T1750
Medium
Peach
US1T1751
Dark Peach
US1T1752
Light Pink
US1T1741
Medium Pink
US1T1742
Dark Pink
US1T1743
Light Blue
US1T1744
Medium Blue
US1T1745
Dark Blue
US1T1746
Light Yellow
US1T1747
Medium
Yellow
US1T1748
Dark Yellow
US1T1749
Chromatic Dichroic Filters –
Ø 2"
Adjustable Barn Doors
Framing Projector
a division of
Chromatic /
UV Stop Filters
1513 E. Saint Gertrude Place
Santa Ana, CA 92705
ph 714.957.4950
fx 714.957.4955
Copyright © 2006 TNA 6.06
PRO/TRK 5 V1
w w w. t a r g e t t i u s a . c o m
D-9
Foho Pro
MR16 Projector
Photometric Information
20MR16Q/8°/NSP (ESX)
CBCP: 5000 cd
Avg. Rated Life: 2000 hrs.
20MR16Q/40°/FL (BAB)
CBCP: 700 cd
Avg. Rated Life: 2000 hrs.
35MR16Q/8°/NSP (FRB)
CBCP: 11,000 cd
Avg. Rated Life: 3000 hrs.
35MR16Q/35°/FL (FMW)
CBCP: 1400 cd
Avg. Rated Life: 3000 hrs.
3 ft.
555 fc *
Ø0.4 ft. **
3 ft.
80 fc
Ø2.2 ft.
3 ft.
1220 fc
Ø0.4 ft.
3 ft.
155 fc
Ø1.9 ft.
6 ft.
140 fc
Ø0.8 ft.
6 ft.
20 fc
Ø4.4 ft.
6 ft.
305 fc
Ø0.8 ft.
6 ft.
40 fc
Ø3.8 ft.
9 ft.
60 fc
Ø1.3 ft.
9 ft.
9 fc
Ø6.6 ft.
9 ft.
135 fc
Ø1.3 ft.
9 ft.
16 fc
Ø5.7 ft.
50MR16Q/12°/NSP (EXT)
CBCP: 11,000 cd
Avg. Rated Life: 3500 hrs.
50MR16Q/25°/NFL (EXZ)
CBCP: 3200 cd
Avg. Rated Life: 3500 hrs.
50MR16Q/40°/FL (EXN)
CBCP: 2000 cd
Avg. Rated Life: 3500 hrs.
3 ft.
1220 fc
Ø0.6 ft.
3 ft.
355 fc
Ø1.3 ft.
3 ft.
220 fc
Ø2.2 ft.
6 ft.
305 fc
Ø1.3 ft.
6 ft.
90 fc
Ø2.7 ft.
6 ft.
55 fc
Ø4.4 ft.
9 ft.
135 fc
Ø1.9 ft.
9 ft.
40 fc
Ø4.0 ft.
9 ft.
25 fc
Ø6.6 ft.
a division of
1513 E. Saint Gertrude Place
Santa Ana, CA 92705
* fc= footcandles
** diameter in feet
CBCP= center beam candle power
cd= candella
ph 714.957.4950
fx 714.957.4955
Copyright © 2006 TNA 6.06
PRO/TRK 5 V1
w w w. t a r g e t t i u s a . c o m
D-9
Spec Sheet
TRIPLES-V 18/6
recessed compact
COMPACT
FLUORESCENT
1-125
fluorescent downlight/wallwasher
FEATURES
Triples-V 18/6 is an efficient 6” aperture low brightness downlight designed
for use with one 18-watt triple-tube compact fluorescent lamp of the
4-pin types made by GE, Sylvania or Philips. Triples-V 18/6 provides
a shielding angle of 40°.
One housing allows interchangeable use of downlight and wallwash
reflectors, permitting housings to be installed first and reflectors to be
installed or changed at any time.
Triples-V 18/6 uses one 18-watt lamp providing 1200 lumens (more than
a 75-watt incandescent), a 10,000-hour life, a color rendering index (CRI)
of 82, and color temperatures as warm as 2700°K (nearly duplicating the
color qualities of incandescent).
Requires ceiling opening of 6 15/16” (176mm)
Reflectors are available in clear, natural aluminum in three finishes:
EvenTone, our standard clear finish, partially diffuse, anti-iridescent and
gently luminous in appearance; OptiTone, specular and anti-iridescent,
PRODUCT CODE
For complete product code, list basic unit and select one item from each following box.
with minimum brightness and maximum efficiency; and EasyTone, diffuse
Basic Unit .................................................................. TRPV 18/6
and luminous. Additionally, reflectors are available in champagne gold,
wheat, pewter and bronze. Wallwash (120°), corner wallwash (210°) and
double wallwash (2x120°) reflectors are also available.
Triples-V 18/6 includes a pair of mounting bars (¾” x 27” C channel).
Specialty bars for wood joist and T-bar installations are also available.
Fixture is suitable for downlighting or wallwashing in nearly all architectural
environments, especially those spaces where non-directional luminaires are
preferred over rectangular troffers. These include offices, stores, lobbies,
listed for Damp Loca-
Voltage
120 volt service .............. 120
277 volt service ................ 277
Standard reflector flange continues reflector finish. White painted flanges and custom painted
flanges are available on special order. Add WF (white flange) or CCF (custom color flange).
corridors, restrooms and public areas.
tion (may not be suitable for some
Corner Wallwash ........... CWW
Double Wallwash ........... DWW
Overlap
Flush
Reflector and Flange Color
EvenTone Clear ........................... VOL ................................. VFL
OptiTone Clear ........................... COL................................. CFL
EasyTone Clear .......................... ECOL .............................. ECFL
Champagne Gold .......................GOL.................................GFL
Wheat ..................................... WHOL ........................... WHFL
Pewter ....................................... POL ..................................PFL
Bronze....................................... ZOL ................................. ZFL
Other reflector finishes are available on special order.
APPLICATIONS
Fixture is
Reflector Type
Downlight .................no suffix
Wallwash...................... WW
OPTIONS
Specify by adding to the basic unit.
outdoor environments).
Dimmable 3-wire ballast; not for outdoor application ...............– DM
Fixture is in compliance with
Emergency battery pack operates lamp in event of
power outage. Fixture footprint increases to 10 x 16 ¾”
(254 x 425mm). Not available with a CWW reflector.
Not for outdoor application ................................................. – EM
the component based efficiency standards
of the 1995 New
1
/8” (3mm) thick clear acrylic shield,
spring-mounted within reflector ............................................... – PS
York State Energy
For combinations of the Options above, contact factory or Edison Price Lighting representative.
Conservation Code. Fixture
A modified fixture suitable for 2” maximum ceiling thickness is available on special order. Contact
factory.
is prewired with high power factor Class P electronic ballast, suitable for
A modified fixture suitable for 347-volt service is available on special order. Contact factory.
use in a fire rated ceiling and approved for ten #12 wire 75°C branch
An install-from-below version of this fixture, suitable for installation outside North America, is
available on special order. Contact factory.
circuit pull-through wiring. Removal of the reflector allows access to the
Decorative reflector rings are available on special order. Contact factory.
ballast and junction box.
41-50 22ND STREET, L IC NY 11101
©
Copyright, Edison Price Lighting 2007
TEL
718.685.0700
FAX
718.786.8530 www.epl.com
03-07
D-10
TRIPLES-V 18/6
PHOTOMETRIC REPORT
Report No. 44758. Original Independent Testing Laboratories, Inc. (ITL) test report furnished upon request.
Luminaire .................... recessed compact fluorescent downlight with spun aluminum reflector, specular finish
Lamp .......................... Philips 18-watt triple-tube compact fluorescent, 4-pin GX24q-2 base, 1200 lumens
Efficiency .................... 64.3%
Spacing Criteria .......... 0°-1.2, 90°-1.1
BALLAST INFORMATION
9ROWDJH
Input Watts
22
22
Line Current (A)
.19
.08
Power Factor (%)
>98
>98
THD (%)
<10
<10
0
0
Min. Starting Temp* (°F)
0.0
45.0
90.0
0
5
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
90
557
627
575
489
385
143
1
0
0
0
0
557
589
580
456
354
158
0
0
0
0
0
557
561
553
482
349
162
0
0
0
0
0
ZONAL LUMEN SUMMARY
=RQH
- 30°
- 40°
- 60°
- 90°
-180°
-180°
/XPHQV
/DPS
)L[WXUH
436
661
772
772
0
772
36.3
55.1
64.3
64.3
0.0
64.3
56.5
85.7
100.0
100.0
0.0
100.0
(Candela/m2)
Horizontal Angle
Vertical
Angle
&RQVXOWODPSPDQXIDFWXUHUVIRUVSHFLÀFWHPSHUDWXUHV
0
0
0
0
90
0
LUMINANCE DATA
CANDLEPOWER DISTRIBUTION (Candela)
Average
Average
Vertical
Angle 0° Longitude 90° Longitude
45
55
65
75
85
10215
88
0
0
0
11572
0
0
0
0
To convert cd/m2 to footlamberts, multiply
by 0.2919.
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION – ZONAL CAVITY METHOD
Effective Floor Cavity Reflectance 20%
&HLOLQJ5HÁHFWDQFH
:DOO5HÁHFWDQFH
76
73
69
65
61
57
54
51
48
46
43
76
71
65
60
56
52
48
45
42
39
36
76
69
62
57
52
48
44
40
37
35
32
76
67
60
54
49
45
41
37
34
32
30
75
71
67
63
60
56
53
50
47
45
42
75
69
64
59
55
51
47
44
41
38
36
75
68
62
56
51
47
43
40
37
35
32
75
66
59
54
49
44
41
37
34
32
30
71
67
62
58
54
50
46
43
40
38
35
71
65
60
55
51
46
43
40
37
34
32
65
61
56
51
47
43
40
37
34
31
29
64
59
55
50
46
42
39
36
33
31
28
Room Cavity Ratio
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
71
64
58
53
48
44
40
37
34
32
29
68
64
60
56
52
49
45
42
40
37
35
68
63
58
54
50
46
42
39
36
34
32
68
62
57
52
47
44
40
37
34
32
29
65
62
58
55
51
48
45
42
39
37
34
65
61
57
53
49
45
42
39
36
34
31
TRIPLES-V 18/6 WW
WALLWASH INFORMATION
Distance
From
Ceiling
(Feet)
2’6”From Wall; 2’6” O.C.
Below
Fixture
Between
Fixtures
3’ From Wall; 3’ O.C.
Below
Fixture
Between
Fixtures
3
1
5
5
3
2
8
7
5
4
3
13
13
7
6
4
15
15
10
10
5
13
13
10
10
6
10
11
9
9
7
9
8
8
8
8
7
7
6
6
9
6
6
5
5
$OO YHUWLFDO IRRWFDQGOHV DUH LQLWLDO YDOXHV ZLWK QR FRQWULEXWLRQ IURP FHLOLQJ RU ÁRRU
UHÁHFWDQFHV&RPSXWDWLRQSHUIRUPHGZLWKDWOHDVWÀYHZDOOZDVKHUV
D-10
Calculite® Evolution Incandescent Open Downlight
Page 1 of 2
C4LV
C4ALV
12
9 5/8"
(245mm)
5" (127mm)
5" (127mm)
5
1
2
3
4
14 5/8"
(372mm)
11 3/16"
(284mm)
9" (229mm)
22 3/8"
(568mm)
14 3/8"
(365mm)
14 3/8"
(365mm)
4 1/2" Aperture, MR16 Reflector Trim
C4AICLV
10 1/8"
(257mm)
C4MRD
6
5 1/4"
6" min.*
6 1/2" max.
9 1/4"
2" Max Ceiling Thk.
*6" min. is for up to 3/4" thick ceiling.
4 1/2" Dia.
5 3/4" Dia.
1/2" to 2" Thk. Ceiling
C4MRDCLW / C4LV OR
C4MRDCLW / C4ALV
C4MRDCLW / C4AICLV
Ceiling Cutout: 5 1/16" (129 mm) Dia.
Reflector Trim
C4MRD CLW
C4MRD CLP
C4MRD
Frame-In Kit
Specular Clear,
White Flange
Specular Clear,
Polished Flange
Add suffix.
See options for
other finishes.
Non-IC 120V/277V
Non-IC AirSeal® 120V/277V
IC AirSeal® 120V
C4LVMU Magnetic 120/277V
C4LVE1 Electronic 120V
C4LVE2 Electronic 277V
42-75W
MR16(12V)
C4ALVMU Magnetic 120/277V
C4ALVE1 Electronic 120V
C4AICLVM1 Magnetic 120V
C4AICLVE1 Electronic 120V
42-75W
MR16(12V)
20-50W
MR16(12V)
Remodel Frame-In Kit
Non-IC 120V
C4LVE1RM
50W Max.
MR16 (12V)
Features
Options & Accessories (cont.)
1. Reflector: 16 ga. aluminum, 50° visual cutoff to lamp and lamp image.
Available with painted white or polished flange. Interchangeable with other
Evolution 4 1/2" low voltage trims.
2. Lamp Support: Die-formed aluminum with spring tension clips to hold lamp
and lens allowing fast snap-in, snap-out relamping from below. Matte black
finish. Cover glass may be replaced with a color filter or lens accessory.
3. Cover Glass: High temperature, tempered glass. Perimeter frost.
4. Socket Harness: Porcelain bi-pin socket. Pre-wired with No. 18 Teflon®
leads.
5. Power Harness: Provides power to transformer.
6. Frame-In Kit: Compatible Frame-In Kits are listed above.
Non-IC and Non-IC AirSeal® - Insulation must be kept 3" away from fixture
sides and wiring compartments, and must not be placed above fixture in a
manner which will entrap heat.
IC-AirSeal® - Fixture may be in direct contact with insulation.
GD
Labels
UL Listed (suitable for damp locations), I.B.E.W.
Teflon® is a registered trademark of E.I. DuPont.
US Patent No. 5,957,573. Other US and Foreign Patents Pending.
Job Information
Type:
Job Name:
Cat. No.:
Options & Accessories
Cone Finishes1
Clear: CL
Gold:
Black: BK
Comfort Clear Diffuse:
Champagne Bronze:
See C4LVE1RM specification sheet for more information.
White:
WH
CCD
CCZ
Lamp(s):
Notes:
Specify desired flange: W White; P Polished
Evolution 4” Trims with Non-IC and AIC Frames
C4MRD 1 Secondary Color Lens or 1 Mixing Color Lens or 1 Specialty Filter
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • F0406
D-11
Calculite® Evolution Incandescent Open Downlight
Page 2 of 2
C4MRD
4 1/2" Aperture, MR16 Reflector Trim
SPACING RATIO = 0.6
SPACING RATIO = 0.5
CERTIFIED TEST REPORT NO. 0881FR
COMPUTED BY LSI PROGRAM **TEST-LITE**
CERTIFIED TEST REPORT NO. 0931FR
COMPUTED BY LSI PROGRAM **TEST-LITE**
RECESSED OPEN REFLECTOR DOWNLIGHT
4 1/2” DIA. APERTURE, SPECULAR CLEAR FINISH REFLECTOR
73W MR16 PHILLIPS LAMP, 36 DEG. FL. LUMEN RATING = 1320 LMS.
RECESSED OPEN REFLECTOR DOWNLIGHT
4 1/2” DIA. APERTURE, SPECULAR CLEAR FINISH REFLECTOR
50W MR16 GE, FL / 40 DEG. LUMEN RATING = 800 LMS.
CANDLEPOWER SUMMARY
CANDLEPOWER SUMMARY
ANGLE MEAN CP LUMENS
0
2098
5
1798
168
10
1364
15
987
281
20
625
25
283
156
30
154
35
85
57
40
37
45
13
12
50
0
55
0
0
60
0
65
0
0
70
0
75
0
0
80
0
85
0
0
90
0
ZONAL LUMENS AND PERCENTAGES
ANGLE MEAN CP LUMENS
0
2410
5
2287
214
10
1973
15
1552
432
20
1016
25
423
241
30
223
35
115
79
40
52
45
17
17
50
0
55
0
0
60
0
65
0
0
70
0
75
0
0
80
0
85
0
0
90
0
ZONAL LUMENS AND PERCENTAGES
DATE: AUGUST 11, 1999
PREPARED FOR
LIGHTOLIER, FALL RIVER, MA
ZONE
0-30
0-40
0-60
0-90
40-90
60-90
90-180
0-180
LUMENS
886
965
982
982
16
0
0
982
% LAMP % LUMINAIRE
67.17
90.23
73.17
98.29
74.44
100.00
74.45
100.00
1.27
10.71
.00
.00
.00
.00
74.45
100.00
DATE: SEPT. 17, 1999
PREPARED FOR
LIGHTOLIER, FALL RIVER, MA
ZONE
0-30
0-40
0-60
0-90
40-90
60-90
90-180
0-180
LUMENS
605
661
674
674
12
0
0
674
% LAMP % LUMINAIRE
75.64
89.76
82.74
98.19
84.27
100.00
84.27
100.00
1.52
1.81
.00
.00
.00
.00
84.27
100.00
**EFFICIENCY = 84.3% **
**EFFICIENCY =74.4% **
TESTED ACCORDING TO IES PROCEDURES. TEST DISTANCE EXCEEDS FIVE TIMES
THE GREATEST LUMINOUS OPENING OF LUMINAIRE.
TESTED ACCORDING TO IES PROCEDURES. TEST DISTANCE EXCEEDS FIVE TIMES
THE GREATEST LUMINOUS OPENING OF LUMINAIRE.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
50
.85
.81
.78
.75 .
.73
.71
.68
.66
.64
.62
30
.83
.79
.76
73
.70
.68
.65
.63
.61
.60
Conversion Factors
75W MR16 FL: Clear, C.U. x 1.00; Diffuse, C.U. x 0.85; Gold C.U. x 0.95
10
30
.74 .
73
.71
.69
.67
.66
.64
.62
.60
.59
0
10
74
.72
.70
.68
.66
.64
.62
.60
.59
.57
0
.73
.71
.69
.67
.65
.64
.62
.60
.58
.56
80
ROOM CAVITY RATIO
ROOM CAVITY RATIO
80
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION
% EFFECTIVE CEILING CAVITY REFLECTANCE
70
50
30
% WALL REFLECTANCE
10 50 30 10 50 30 10 50 30 10 50
.82 .83 .82 .81 .80 .79 .78 .77 .77 .76 .75
.77 .80 .78 .76 .77 .76 .75 .75 .74 .73 .73 .
.74 .77 .75 .73 .75 .74 .72 .74 .72 .71 .72
.71 .75 .72 .70 .73 .71 .69 .72 .70 .69 .71
.68 .72 .69 .68 .71 .69 .67 .70 .68 .66 .69
.66 .70 .67 .66 .69 .67 .65 .68 .66 .65 .67
.63 .68 .65 .63 .67 .65 .63 .66 .64 .63 .66
.61 .65 .63 .61 .65 .63 .61 .65 .62 .61 .64
.59 .64 .61 .59 .63 .61 .59 .63 .60 .59 .62
.57 .62 .60 .57 .61 .59 .57 .61 .59 .57 .61
20% FLOOR CAVITY REFLECTANCE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
50
.96
.92
.88
.85
.83
.80
.78
.75
.73
.71
30
.94
.90
.86
.83
.79
.77
.74
.72
.70
.68
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION
% EFFECTIVE CEILING CAVITY REFLECTANCE
70
50
30
% WALL REFLECTANCE
10 50 30 10 50 30 10 50 30 10 50
.93 .94 .93 .92 .91 .90 .89 .88 .87 .86 .85
.88 .90 .88 .87 .88 .86 .85 .85 .84 .83 .83
.84 .87 .85 .83 .85 .83 .82 .84 .82 .80 .82
.80 .85 .82 .80 .83 .81 .79 .81 .79 .78 .80
.77 .82 .79 .77 .80 .78 .76 .79 .77 .75 .78
.75 .80 .77 .74 .78 .76 .74 .77 .75 .74 .77
.72 77 .74 .72 .76 .73 .72 .75 .73 .71 .75
.70 .74 .72 .70 .74 .71 .69 .73 .71 .69 .73
.68 .73 .70 .68 .72 .69 .67 .71 .69 .67 .71
.66 .71 .68 .65 .70 .67 .65 .70 .67 .65 .69
10
30
.84
.82
.81
.78
.76
.75
.72
.70
.69
.67
10
.84
.81
.79
.77
.75
.73
.71
.69
.67
.65
0
.82
.80
.78
.76
.74
.72
.70
.68
.66
.64
2 0 % F L O O R C AV I T Y R E F L E C TA N C E
Conversion Factors:
20W to 50W MR16 FL: Clear, C.U.x 1.00: Diffuse / Gold, C.U.x 0.95.
Job Information
Type:
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • F0406
D-11
Promenade LED
Circular bollard and parapet luminaires
with unique optical system combined with
LED technology to provide white light
and colour effect
Designer: Chr. Hvidt
• Elegant design for easy
integration in a variety of
applications
• Same design as standard
Promenade bollard for
retrofitting
• Robust and vandal resistant
die-cast aluminium (LM6) body
• Versions for flange, root or
parapet mounting
• Expresses safety, strength and
harmony in urban amenity
lighting applications
• Polycarbonate diffuser with
sand-blasted anti-glare band
• Optimised output ensures no
obtrusive light
• Low voltage LEDs for energy
savings, long life and reduced
maintenance, other lamp
types available
5
D-12
Ordering Guide, Photometrics & Dimensions
Lamps
15 x white DMX LEDs 1.2W
3 x colour DMX LEDs 1.2W
(blue, green, red, amber,
or RGB on request) 21.6W
total output. Also available
in 42W TC-TEL compact
fluorescent, 70W HSE-I high
pressure sodium and 80W HME
high pressure mercury.
Materials/Finish
Head and body: powder
coated die-cast LM6 aluminium,
anthracite (close to RAL 7024)
Top cone: opal polycarbonate
Diffuser: clear polycarbonate
with internal sand-blasted band
Standards
Designed and manufactured
to comply with EN60598
Class II Electrical
850°C fire retardant
IK10 impact resistance
IP54
180°
165°
165°
150°
135°
150°
120°
135°
105°
120°
Specification
To specify state: Decorative
aluminium bollard with clear
diffuser including a sand
blasted band and with small
luminous cone. Complete
with 18 x 1.2W DMX LEDs.
Parapet/flange/root mounted.
As Thorn Promenade LED.
90°
105°
20cd
15cd
10cd
5cd
75°
90°
3.4lux
2.5lux
75°
1.6lux
0.5m
Illum
1.0m
Installation/Mounting
Flange mounting plate or support
for root mounting. LED module
and power supply can easily be
retrofitted into an existing bollard.
3lux
1.0lux
1.5m
2.0m
2lux
ina
nce
0.6lux
2.5m
3.0m
1lux
3.5m
0.4lux
0.3lux
4.0m
Promenade LED
Ordering Guide
Lamps to be ordered separately (except LED versions)
Description
Ilcos Socket
Code
Weight SAP Code
(Kg)
Parapet mounted
PROMENADE BOL LED WHI/AMB 325MM MPL ANT
PROMENADE BOL LED WHI/RED 325MM MPL ANT
PROMENADE BOL LED WHI/GRN 325MM MPL ANT
PROMENADE BOL LED WHI/BLU 325MM MPL ANT
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
8
8
8
8
96231685
96231684
96231683
96231682
Bollard flange mounted
PROMENADE BOL LED WHI/AMB 1150MM MPL ANT
PROMENADE BOL LED WHI/RED 1150MM MPL ANT
PROMENADE BOL LED WHI/GRN 1150MM MPL ANT
PROMENADE BOL LED WHI/BLU 1150MM MPL ANT
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
15
15
15
15
96250884
96250885
96250886
96250887
Other lamp types, Parapet mounted
PROMENADE BOL 42W TC-TEL 325MM MPL ANT
FSM
GX24q-4 8
96100262
E27
15
GX24q-4 15
E27
15
96100249
96004371
96004372
–
96005367
Other lamp types, Bollard flange mounted
PROMENADE BOL 70W HSE-I 1150MM MPL ANT
SE/I
PROMENADE BOL 42W TC-TEL HF 1150MM MPL ANT FSM
PROMENADE BOL 80W HME 1150MM MPL ANT
QE
Project Example:
Promenade LED only
Pathway for pedestrians
Pathway width: 1.5m
bollard installed at 15cm
from the pathway
Single sided
Spacing 10m
Emin: 0.6 lx Eav: 2.2 lx
Emin/Eav: 0.25
Lighting class: S6 according to
EN13201
250ø
1150
250ø
325
124ø
13ø
600
250ø
Root mounted attachment
V/PROM/MAD BOL GROUND SPIKE
–
8
6
D-12
Return to Table of Contents
Nite Star
TM
Nite Star™ is a fully machined aluminum
MR16 lighting instrument. The Nite Star is
fully enclosed and waterproof because of
its unique sleeved design. Nite Star is
finished in a durable, luxurious, polyester
powder coating. All hardware is stainless
steel. The Nite Star, along with the wide
choice of MR16 lamps and optical
accessories, gives the lighting designer
an economical, yet highly architectural
lighting fixture for the most discriminating
designs.
Features
•
•
•
•
•
Tamper proof design.
Raintight optical compartment.
Enclosed wireway mounting knuckle.
Clear, tempered glass lens, factory sealed.
Machined aluminum construction with
stainless steel hardware.
•
Listed with MR16 lamps to 50 watts.
• For use with remote transformers, see
pages 92, 94, and 97.
Available in
Brass, see page 90.
B-K LIGHTING
6
D-13
Suspended
2T8
Direct
8661T20 A or C
TLS 6.5”
High performance optical system designed to accommodate a variety of T8 lamping options.
Extruded aluminum housing available in Suspended and Wall Mount versions
Three lighting distributions to choose from: Direct/Indirect, Direct, or Indirect.
Modular components allow for creative pattern and space frame design.
Factory pre-wired with quick-connect plugs for fast, easy installation.
Order Number Guide
866
1
T20
E
Series
Type
Lamps
Lower Optics
Upper Optics
Length
Wiring Options
Voltage
Ballast
Finish
TLS 6.5”
Direct
2 T8 2 Down
A - Curved
Acrylic
Lens
C - Curved
Baffle
E - None
04 - 4ft 2in
08 - 8ft 2in
12 - 12ft 2in
1 - 1cct
2 - 2cct
3 - 1cct w/ Emergency cct
4 - 2cct w/ Emergency cct
5 - 1cct w/ Battery Pack
6 - 2cct w/ Battery Pack
7 - 1cct w/ Dimming*
8 - 1cct w/ Thru Wire
9 - 2cct w/ Thru Wire
1 - 120V
2 - 277V
3 - 347V*
X - Custom
Electronic
W - Standard White
C - Factory Color*
X - Custom Color
E
Cross Section
* Consult
factory for
availability
*See factory color chart
Modules
Linear runs are made by combining 4ft, 8ft and 12ft modules
gv
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
gv
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
gv
Curved Acrylic
Weight 4.4 lb/ft
)NDICATESLOCATIONOF
/PTIONALEMERGENCYMODULESCONTROLSALLLAMPS/2
/PTIONALBATTERYPACKSTANDARDCONTROLSONELAMPONLY
)NDICATES
-ODULELENGTH-OUNTINGDISTANCE
-ODULELENGTHDOESNOTINCLUDEENDCAPS
Ends / Intersections
1 3/4"
8 1/2"
10 3/8"
10 3/8"
ENDCAP
INLINE JOINT
“L” INTERSECTION
“T”INTERSECTION
“X” INTERSECTION
8661EBN__
8661JNN_N
8661MLL__
8661MLT__
8661MLX__
L0016 Rev. 5
Curved Baffle
©2006 Ledalite Architectural Products Phone: 604-888-6811 Toll Free Fax: 1-800-665-LEDA (5332) Fax: 604-888-2003 Email: [email protected] www.ledalite.com
D-14
Suspended
2 T8
Direct
Photometry
TLS 6.5”
Optical Setting AE:
CANDELA DISTRIBUTION
Curved Acrylic Lens
Vert.
Angle
180
Specifications
135
135
Housing
6063 T5 extruded aluminum.
Optical System
Constructed of highly reflective 24 gauge
metal. Louvers are semi-specular 13/16” deep
and 2” on center.
90
90
1300 cd
45
45
Endcaps
Aluminum endcaps.
0
45
90
0
Joints & Intersections
All joints shall be accomplished using
QuickLockTM joining system. Optional
intersections, in “L” “T” or “X”
configurations, shall be mitered
aluminum extrusion.
Report#
Efficiency
Ceiling
Wall
0
1
2
3
AVERAGE LUMINANCE (cd/m )
Horizontal angle
0
7256
5269
3320
1457
55
65
75
85
45
1282
1276
1230
1146
1017
845
628
406
235
119
81
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Zonal
Lumens
67.5
1282
1276
1230
1153
1035
858
639
418
247
132
96
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
90
1282
1278
1238
1168
1051
874
655
437
260
144
107
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
122
347
528
635
642
544
380
223
111
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
80
70
50
70 50 30 10 70 50 30 50 30 10
0
0
72
66
60
55
50
46
42
60
50
42
36
30
26
23
45
6532
5205
4088
3378
4
5
6
7
8
9
90
6288
5030
3883
3200
10
72
63
55
48
43
38
34
72
60
51
43
37
33
29
72
58
47
39
33
29
25
70
64
58
53
49
45
41
70
61
54
47
42
38
34
70
59
50
43
37
32
29
67
59
51
45
40
36
33
67
57
48
41
36
32
28
67
55
45
38
33
28
25
39 31 26 22 38 31 26 30 25 22 20
37 28 23 20 36 28 23 27 23 20 18
34 26 21 18 33 26 21 25 21 18 16
32 24 19 16 31 24 19 23 19 16 15
Based on a floor reflectance of 0.2
Optical Setting CE:
CANDELA DISTRIBUTION
Curved Baffle
Vert.
Angle
180
Ballast
Electronic.
135
135
Approvals:
Certified to UL & CSA standards.
90
90
1400 cd
45
45
0
45
90
0
Due to continuing product improvements, Ledalite reserves
the right to change specifications without notice.
22.5
1282
1274
1225
1127
985
795
562
332
161
63
35
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
RCR
2
Mounting
Aircraft cable gripper is tamper-resistant and
provides infinite vertical adjustment capability.
Aircraft cable, crimp and cable gripper
independently tested to meet stringent safety
requirements.
Finish
High-quality powder coat, factory applied to
meet AAMA 2603-98. Available in Ledalite
Standard White (textured matte finish), a
selection of optional factory colors (see
factory color chart), or custom colors. Consult
factory for details.
0
5
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
90
95
105
115
125
135
145
155
165
175
180
Horizontal Angle
0
1282
1276
1230
1134
993
800
557
298
115
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION (%)
2101084
61.0%
Vert.
angle
Electrical
All luminaires shall be factory pre-wired to
section ends with quick-connect plugs.
8661T20 A or C
Report#
Efficiency
2101085
62.5%
0
5
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
90
95
105
115
125
135
145
155
165
175
180
Horizontal Angle
0
1305
1292
1200
1052
878
676
458
245
108
32
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22.5
1305
1291
1205
1071
908
717
510
306
143
55
31
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
1305
1299
1244
1140
1004
843
664
465
274
115
74
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Zonal
Lumens
67.5
1305
1304
1273
1202
1099
961
775
537
282
86
57
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
90
1305
1307
1293
1245
1164
1042
850
584
299
52
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
126
351
526
631
652
581
427
241
88
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION (%)
Ceiling
Wall
80
70
50
70 50 30 10 70 50 30 50 30 10
0
0
RCR
2
AVERAGE LUMINANCE (cd/m )
Vert.
angle
55
65
75
85
Horizontal angle
0
5967
4332
3118
2743
45
6907
5962
4766
3264
90
8160
6722
4466
1156
0
74 74 74 74 72 72 72 69 69 69 62
1
2
67 64 62 59 66 63 61 60 58 56 52
3
4
56 49 44 40 54 48 43 46 42 39 36
51 44 38 34 50 43 38 41 37 33 31
5
47 39 33 29 46 38 33 37 32 29 27
6
7
8
9
43
40
37
35
10
33 24 19 16 32 24 19 23 19 16 15
61 56 52 48 60 55 51 53 49 47 43
35
32
29
26
29
26
24
21
25
22
20
18
42
39
36
34
34
31
28
26
29
26
23
21
33
30
28
25
29
25
23
21
25
22
20
18
23
20
18
16
Based on a floor reflectance of 0.2
Note : IES photometric files available for download at www.ledalite.com
©2006 Ledalite Architectural Products Phone: 604-888-6811 Toll Free Fax: 1-800-665-LEDA (5332) Fax: 604-888-2003 Email: [email protected] www.ledalite.com
D-14
VOP-3P32-SC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
1
2
3
F32T8
* F32T8
F32T8
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
32
32
32
0/-18
0/-18
0/-18
0.14
0.23
0.30
Wiring Diagram
WHITE
BLACK
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
37
62
82
Ballast MAX
Factor THD
%
1.08
0.94
0.88
20
10
10
OPTANIUM
Electronic
Instant Start
Parallel
277
50/60 HZ
Active
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.94
0.98
0.99
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.92
1.52
1.07
Enclosure
BLUE
BALLAST
BLUE
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
LAMP
Diag. 70
Insulate unused blue
lead for 1000V
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
25L
25L
31R
37L
0
0
0
cm.
63.5
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
in.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.7 "
1 7/10
4.3 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
8.90 "
1 9/50
8 9/10
3 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 06/09/2003
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
D-14
Suspended
2T8
Direct
8661T20 A or C
TLS 6.5”
High performance optical system designed to accommodate a variety of T8 lamping options.
Extruded aluminum housing available in Suspended and Wall Mount versions
Three lighting distributions to choose from: Direct/Indirect, Direct, or Indirect.
Modular components allow for creative pattern and space frame design.
Factory pre-wired with quick-connect plugs for fast, easy installation.
Order Number Guide
866
1
T20
E
Series
Type
Lamps
Lower Optics
Upper Optics
Length
Wiring Options
Voltage
Ballast
Finish
TLS 6.5”
Direct
2 T8 2 Down
A - Curved
Acrylic
Lens
C - Curved
Baffle
E - None
04 - 4ft 2in
08 - 8ft 2in
12 - 12ft 2in
1 - 1cct
2 - 2cct
3 - 1cct w/ Emergency cct
4 - 2cct w/ Emergency cct
5 - 1cct w/ Battery Pack
6 - 2cct w/ Battery Pack
7 - 1cct w/ Dimming*
8 - 1cct w/ Thru Wire
9 - 2cct w/ Thru Wire
1 - 120V
2 - 277V
3 - 347V*
X - Custom
Electronic
W - Standard White
C - Factory Color*
X - Custom Color
E
Cross Section
* Consult
factory for
availability
*See factory color chart
Modules
Linear runs are made by combining 4ft, 8ft and 12ft modules
gv
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
gv
6 1/2"
6 1/2"
gv
Curved Acrylic
Weight 4.4 lb/ft
)NDICATESLOCATIONOF
/PTIONALEMERGENCYMODULESCONTROLSALLLAMPS/2
/PTIONALBATTERYPACKSTANDARDCONTROLSONELAMPONLY
)NDICATES
-ODULELENGTH-OUNTINGDISTANCE
-ODULELENGTHDOESNOTINCLUDEENDCAPS
L0016 Rev. 5
Curved Baffle
Ends / Intersections
1 3/4"
8 1/2"
10 3/8"
10 3/8"
ENDCAP
INLINE JOINT
“L” INTERSECTION
“T”INTERSECTION
“X” INTERSECTION
8661EBN__
8661JNN_N
8661MLL__
8661MLT__
8661MLX__
©2006 Ledalite Architectural Products Phone: 604-888-6811 Toll Free Fax: 1-800-665-LEDA (5332) Fax: 604-888-2003 Email: [email protected] www.ledalite.com
D-14A
Suspended
2 T8
Direct
Photometry
TLS 6.5”
Optical Setting AE:
CANDELA DISTRIBUTION
Curved Acrylic Lens
Vert.
Angle
180
Specifications
135
135
Housing
6063 T5 extruded aluminum.
Optical System
Constructed of highly reflective 24 gauge
metal. Louvers are semi-specular 13/16” deep
and 2” on center.
90
90
1300 cd
45
45
Endcaps
Aluminum endcaps.
0
45
90
0
Joints & Intersections
All joints shall be accomplished using
QuickLockTM joining system. Optional
intersections, in “L” “T” or “X”
configurations, shall be mitered
aluminum extrusion.
Report#
Efficiency
Ceiling
Wall
0
1
2
3
AVERAGE LUMINANCE (cd/m )
Horizontal angle
0
7256
5269
3320
1457
55
65
75
85
45
1282
1276
1230
1146
1017
845
628
406
235
119
81
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Zonal
Lumens
67.5
1282
1276
1230
1153
1035
858
639
418
247
132
96
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
90
1282
1278
1238
1168
1051
874
655
437
260
144
107
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
122
347
528
635
642
544
380
223
111
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
80
70
50
70 50 30 10 70 50 30 50 30 10
0
0
72
66
60
55
50
46
42
60
50
42
36
30
26
23
45
6532
5205
4088
3378
4
5
6
7
8
9
90
6288
5030
3883
3200
10
72
63
55
48
43
38
34
72
60
51
43
37
33
29
72
58
47
39
33
29
25
70
64
58
53
49
45
41
70
61
54
47
42
38
34
70
59
50
43
37
32
29
67
59
51
45
40
36
33
67
57
48
41
36
32
28
67
55
45
38
33
28
25
39 31 26 22 38 31 26 30 25 22 20
37 28 23 20 36 28 23 27 23 20 18
34 26 21 18 33 26 21 25 21 18 16
32 24 19 16 31 24 19 23 19 16 15
Based on a floor reflectance of 0.2
Optical Setting CE:
CANDELA DISTRIBUTION
Curved Baffle
Vert.
Angle
180
Ballast
Electronic.
135
135
Approvals:
Certified to UL & CSA standards.
90
90
1400 cd
45
45
0
45
90
0
Due to continuing product improvements, Ledalite reserves
the right to change specifications without notice.
22.5
1282
1274
1225
1127
985
795
562
332
161
63
35
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
RCR
2
Mounting
Aircraft cable gripper is tamper-resistant and
provides infinite vertical adjustment capability.
Aircraft cable, crimp and cable gripper
independently tested to meet stringent safety
requirements.
Finish
High-quality powder coat, factory applied to
meet AAMA 2603-98. Available in Ledalite
Standard White (textured matte finish), a
selection of optional factory colors (see
factory color chart), or custom colors. Consult
factory for details.
0
5
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
90
95
105
115
125
135
145
155
165
175
180
Horizontal Angle
0
1282
1276
1230
1134
993
800
557
298
115
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION (%)
2101084
61.0%
Vert.
angle
Electrical
All luminaires shall be factory pre-wired to
section ends with quick-connect plugs.
8661T20 A or C
Report#
Efficiency
2101085
62.5%
0
5
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
90
95
105
115
125
135
145
155
165
175
180
Horizontal Angle
0
1305
1292
1200
1052
878
676
458
245
108
32
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22.5
1305
1291
1205
1071
908
717
510
306
143
55
31
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
1305
1299
1244
1140
1004
843
664
465
274
115
74
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Zonal
Lumens
67.5
1305
1304
1273
1202
1099
961
775
537
282
86
57
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
90
1305
1307
1293
1245
1164
1042
850
584
299
52
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
126
351
526
631
652
581
427
241
88
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION (%)
Ceiling
Wall
80
70
50
70 50 30 10 70 50 30 50 30 10
0
0
RCR
2
AVERAGE LUMINANCE (cd/m )
Vert.
angle
55
65
75
85
Horizontal angle
0
5967
4332
3118
2743
45
6907
5962
4766
3264
90
8160
6722
4466
1156
0
74 74 74 74 72 72 72 69 69 69 62
1
2
67 64 62 59 66 63 61 60 58 56 52
3
4
56 49 44 40 54 48 43 46 42 39 36
51 44 38 34 50 43 38 41 37 33 31
5
47 39 33 29 46 38 33 37 32 29 27
6
7
8
9
43
40
37
35
10
33 24 19 16 32 24 19 23 19 16 15
61 56 52 48 60 55 51 53 49 47 43
35
32
29
26
29
26
24
21
25
22
20
18
42
39
36
34
34
31
28
26
29
26
23
21
33
30
28
25
29
25
23
21
25
22
20
18
23
20
18
16
Based on a floor reflectance of 0.2
Note : IES photometric files available for download at www.ledalite.com
©2006 Ledalite Architectural Products Phone: 604-888-6811 Toll Free Fax: 1-800-665-LEDA (5332) Fax: 604-888-2003 Email: [email protected] www.ledalite.com
D-14A
VOP-3P32-SC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
1
2
3
F32T8
* F32T8
F32T8
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
32
32
32
0/-18
0/-18
0/-18
0.14
0.23
0.30
Wiring Diagram
WHITE
BLACK
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
37
62
82
Ballast MAX
Factor THD
%
1.08
0.94
0.88
20
10
10
OPTANIUM
Electronic
Instant Start
Parallel
277
50/60 HZ
Active
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.94
0.98
0.99
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.92
1.52
1.07
Enclosure
BLUE
BALLAST
BLUE
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
LAMP
Diag. 70
Insulate unused blue
lead for 1000V
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
25L
25L
31R
37L
0
0
0
cm.
63.5
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
in.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.7 "
1 7/10
4.3 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
8.90 "
1 9/50
8 9/10
3 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 06/09/2003
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
D-14A
Calculite® Incandescent Open Downlight
Page 1 of 2
G7057
4 1/2" Aperture A19 Lamp Horizontal
1
2
12"
5-5/8"
5
3"
6
3-3/8"
12-1/2"
Top View
1" min.2-1/8" max.
(Ceiling Runner)
3
4
5-5/8"
Flush
1" max.
Ceiling Thickness
7
4-1/8" Dia.
5-3/4"
Overlap
Flush Trim
(Molded trim ring removed)
Molded
Trim Ring
Overlap Self-Flange
Matte White or Polished
Ceiling Cutout: 5 1/16" Dia.
Reflector Trims
Frame-In Kit
Lamp
G7057CLW
G7057CLP
G7057CL
G7057
G410
A19, 100W max.
Remodeler
Lamp
G410RM
Same as G410
Specular Clear finish with white flange
Specular Clear finish with polished flange
Specular Clear finish with molded trim ring (flangeless)
Add suffix for other finishes (see options)
Features
Options & Accessories
1. Socket Cup: Heat-dissipating die-formed aluminum contains medium base
porcelain socket with nickel plated screw shell wired with No. 18 SF1 leads
to J-Box. Installs on reflector with positive position locking springs to assure
proper optical alignment of lamp to reflector—attached without tools.
2. Mounting Brackets: Adjust vertically from inside of fixture. Durable 16 ga.
steel construction. Use with standard 3/4" or 1 1/2" lathing channels (by others), or Lightolier accessory mounting bars.
3. Retaining Springs: Precision-tooled springs secure reflector to mounting
frame for quick tool-less installation.
4. Reflector: 16 ga. Specular Alzak® aluminum, 50° visual cut-off to lamp and
lamp image. Available with white or polished flange, or with removable
white molded trim ring (field paintable).
5. Junction Box: 14 ga. steel, 4" x 4" x 2" box allows inspection from below.
6. Thermal Protector: Meets NEC and UL requirements. Insulation must be
kept 3" away from fixture sides and wiring compartments and must not be
placed above fixture in a manner which will entrap heat.
7. Mounting Frame: Die-cast aluminum suitable for dry or plaster ceilings.
Provides flangeless trim in plaster ceiling.
18" Mounting Bars
27" Mounting Bars
T-Bar Anchor Clips
Existing Ceiling Clips
Sloped Ceiling Adapters
Step Down Transformer
Chicago Air Plenum
Other Reflector Finish Options
Comfort Clear Diffuse
Specular Gold
White
CCD
GD
WH
Flange Options
White
Polished Flange
Flangeless
W
P
Leave Blank (molded trim ring)
1950 (set of 2)
1951 (set of 2)
1956 (set of 4, for 1950 & 1951 bars)
7998 (set of 2)
See SCA specification sheet
7997 (see separate specification sheet)
LC (add suffix to Frame-in Kit, requires access
from above ceiling)
Electrical
UL Listed for maximum of 8 No. 12, 75°C through branch circuit supply conductors, or 60°C conductors for end of run.
Labels
UL Listed for damp locations, I.B.E.W.
Alzak® is a registered trademark of ALCOA.
Job Information
Type:
Job Name:
Cat. No.:
Lamp(s):
Notes:
Lightolier a Genlyte Thomas Company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2002 Genlyte Thomas Group LLC (Lightolier Division) • A0902
HL-1
Calculite® Incandescent Open Downlight
Initial Footcandles
Page 2 of 2
G7057
4 1/2" Aperture A19 Lamp Horizontal
60
100 Watt A-19
1750 Lumens Per Lamp
50
RCR = 1 (Rm. Width - 10 x Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
RCR = 5 (Rm. Width - 2 x Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
RCR = 10 (Rm. Width - Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
Room Surface Reflectances:
80% Ceiling; 50% Walls; 20% Floor
40
30
20
10
15
30
45
60
75
90
105
Area Per Fixture In Square Feet
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Center To Center Distance Of Fixtures In Feet
Use quick calculator chart to determine spacing of luminaires for desired level of illumination.
Conversion Factor: 100W A19 (gold): F.C. x 0.90
Spacing Ratio= 1.1
Candlepower Summary
ITL REPORT NO. 31338
DATE 9-27-85
90
60
DEG
CP
ZONAL FLUX
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
559
575
641
769
852
775
507
307
245
259
120
6
2
2
0
2
1
0
13
43
83
135
177
165
114
89
91
95
9
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
30
ZONAL SUMMARY
Lamp: 100 Watt A19
Efficiency: 58.5%
ZONE
LUMENS
LAMP
0- 30
0- 40
0- 60
0- 90
90- 180
0- 180
617
819
1014
1018
0
1018
35.4
47.1
58.3
58.5
0.0
58.5
Total Luminaire Efficiency =
CIE Type - Direct
FIXT
60.6
80.5
99.6
100.0
0.0
100.0
58.5 %
Luminous Diameter: 4.500
Coefficients of Utilization
% Effective Ceiling Cavity Reflectance
80
70
50
30
10
0
Room Cavity Ratio
% WALL REFLECTANCE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
50
.65
.61
.57
.53
.50
.47
.44
.41
.38
.36
30
.63
.59
.54
.50
.47
.44
.40
.37
.35
.32
10
.62
.57
.52
.48
.44
.41
.38
.35
.32
.30
50
.64
.60
.56
.53
.50
.47
.43
.41
.38
.35
30
.62
.58
.54
.50
.47
.43
.40
.37
.34
.32
10
.61
.56
.52
.48
.44
.41
.38
.35
.32
.30
50
.61
.58
.55
.52
.49
.46
.43
.40
.37
.35
30
.60
.56
.53
.49
.46
.43
.40
.37
.34
.32
10
.59
.55
.51
.47
.44
.41
.38
.35
.32
.30
50
.59
.56
.53
.50
.48
.45
.42
.39
.37
.34
30
.58
.55
.52
.48
.45
.42
.39
.37
.34
.31
10
.58
.54
.50
.47
.43
.41
.38
.35
.32
.30
50
.57
.55
.52
.49
.47
.44
.41
.39
.36
.34
30
.56
.54
.51
.48
.45
.42
.39
.36
.34
.31
10
.56
.53
.49
.46
.43
.40
.37
.35
.32
.29
0
.55
.52
.48
.45
.42
.39
.36
.34
.31
.29
20% Floor Cavity Reflectance
Conversion Factor: For 100W A19 units with gold reflector, multiply C.U.’s by 0.9.
Job Information
Type:
Lightolier a Genlyte Thomas Company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2002 Genlyte Thomas Group LLC (Lightolier Division) • A0902
HL-1
Low Voltage Systems
Spec Sheet TS-0056
Micro Spot D
System Options
Cable
Twin Rail
Basis Ceiling
Basis Wall
Liana
2.5"
(63.50)
4.5"
(109.22)
( ) Denotes dimensions in millimeters
Ordering Information
MID
-
______________
-
______________
-
______________
Fixture
System
Overall Length
Finish
MID-Micro Spot D
CA4 - Cable 4"
CA6 - Cable 6"
TR4 - Twin Rail 4"
TR6 - Twin Rail 6"
BTC - Basis Ceiling
BTW - Basis Wall (Max.16")
LT - Liana
NS - No System Connector*
ST - Standard 4”
5"– 72" - Specify Length
AL - Satin Aluminum
PN - Polished Nickel
RB - Rubbed Bronze
(Not Field Adjustable)
(When ordering non-standard
overall length, use whole numbers
only—no fractional inches.)
(Rubbed Bronze is not
available for Twin Rail)
Features
Finishes
Labels
1. Description: Precision machined
luminaire with integral single accessory
holder and clear lens. Machined yoke
with countersunk hardware.
2. System Options: Micro Spot D is
available for Cable 4" & 6", Twin Rail
4" & 6", Basis Ceiling Mount, Basis Wall
Mount, Liana and low voltage monopoints.
3. Lamping: MR16 Lamp 50w max.
4. Function: Rotates 360 degrees and
pivots 180 degrees. Overall length is not
field adjustable.
5. Electrical: Transjack connector
contacts utilize 24kt gold plated brass pin
and sleeve connector housed in aluminum.
1. Satin Aluminum
2. Polished Nickel
3. Rubbed Bronze – finish is crafted with a
solid brass substrate and buffed by hand to
create an authentic rubbed bronze finish. Due
to this hand-applied process, finish may vary.
UL and CUL Listed
Job Name:
Type:
Cat. No.:
Lamp(s):
Notes:
Accessories
Filters, louvers, snoots, glass rings and
double accessory holder.
Translite Sonoma
www.translitesonoma.com
22678 Broadway Suite One : Sonoma, CA 95476
Toll free 888 999 4540 : Fax 707 996 6926
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2005 Genlyte Group LLC
HL-3A
Low Voltage Systems
Spec Sheet TS-0056 • Page 2
Measuring Overall Length
Track System Fixtures
6]LYHSSSLUN[OMVYH[YHJRZ`Z[LTÄ_[\YLPZTLHZ\YLKMYVT[OLIV[[VTVM[OL[YHJR[V[OLIV[[VTVM[OLÄ_[\YL
;VJHSJ\SH[LV]LYHSSSLUN[O[HRL[OLKPZ[HUJLMYVT[OLIV[[VTVM[OLÄ_[\YL[V[OL[VWVM[OL;YHUZQHJRJVUULJ[VYHUKHKK[OL
Z`Z[LTJVUULJ[VYTLHZ\YLTLU[MVY[OLZLSLJ[LKZ`Z[LT6]LYHSSSLUN[OKPMMLYZHJJVYKPUN[V[OLZ`Z[LTJVUULJ[VYZLSLJ[LK
)HZPZ
:`Z[LT
Connector
4LHZ\rement
*HISL
T^PU9HPS
3PHUH
5:
Monopoints
6]LYHSSSLUN[OMVYHTVUVWVPU[Ä_[\YLPZTLHZ\YLKMYVTIV[[VTVM[OLTVUVWVPU[[V[OLIV[[VTVM[OLÄ_[\YL;OLTVUVWVPU[
JHUVW`PZTLHZ\YLKZLWHYH[LS`
;OPZTLHZ\YLTLU[PZLX\P]HSLU[[V[OLKPZ[HUJLMYVT[OLIV[[VTVM[OLÄ_[\YL[V[OL[VWVM[OL;YHUZQHJRJVUULJ[VY
9V[VY
Track System Fixture Example
;VJHSJ\SH[L[OLV]LYHSSSLUN[OMVY[OL9V[VYÄ_[\YLVUH3PHUH[YHJRZ`Z[LTHKK[V 6]LYHSSSLUN[OMVYHZ[HUKHYK9V[VYVU[OL3PHUH
;YHJRPZ (9V[VYZWLJPÄLKH[^V\SKOH]LHUV]LYHSSSLUN[OVM
VU3PHUH
3.25"
(82.55)
Monopoint Fixture Example
4.75"
(120.65)
6]LYHSSSLUN[OMVYHZ[HUKHYK9V[VYVUHTVUVWVPU[PZ(9V[VY
ZWLJPÄLKH[^V\SKOH]LHUV]LYHSSSLUN[OVMVUHTVUVWVPU[
1.5"
(38.10)
2.0"
(50.80)
( ) Denotes dimensions in millimeters
0U[OLKYH^PUNHIV]L[OLKPZ[HUJLMYVT[OLIV[[VTVM[OLÄ_[\YL[V[OL[VWVM[OL;YHUZQHJRJVUULJ[VYLX\HSZ;OPZYLWYLZLU[Z[OLZ[HUKHYK:;
SLUN[OMVY[OPZÄ_[\YL:;TLHZ\YLTLU[ZPU[OLWYVK\J[VYKLYPUN[HISLZHYLHWWYV_PTH[LMVYZ[LTZ\ZWLUKLKÄ_[\YLZHUKKVUV[YLWYLZLU[L_HJ[V]LYHSS
SLUN[O-VYL_HJ[:;TLHZ\YLTLU[ZMVYZ[LTZ\ZWLUKLKÄ_[\YLZYLMLYLUJL[OLZWLJPÄJH[PVUKYH^PUNZ
Translite Sonoma
www.translitesonoma.com
22678 Broadway Suite One : Sonoma, CA 95476
Toll free 888 999 4540 : Fax 707 996 6926
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish
© 2005 Genlyte Group LLC
HL-3A
Calculite® Compact Fluorescent Open Downlighting
Page 1 of 2
8021
6" Aperture Triple Tube Vertical Lamp
10"
(254mm)
4
1
2
5
6
26W
9 3/8"
(238 mm)
4 5/8"
(117mm)
12 3/4"
(324mm)
32W
9 7/8"
(251 mm)
3"
(76 mm)
6" (152 mm) Dia.
1" (25 mm) min.
2 1/8" (54 mm) max.
Flush
6 1/2" (165 mm)
1 1/8" (29 mm) max.
Ceiling Thickness
3
Overlap
7 1/4" (184 mm)
Ceiling Cutout: 6 9/16” (167 mm) Dia.
Reflector Trim
Frame-In Kit
8021 CCLW
8021 CCLP
8021 CCL
8021
S6132BU
Electronic
S6132BCU3 Universal Dimming
S6132BJUM7 Advance Mark7
Comfort Clear™, White Flange
Comfort Clear™, Polished Flange
Comfort Clear™, Molded Trim Ring
Add suffix. See options for other finishes.
Lamp
120V - 277V
120V - 277V
120V - 277V
Remodeler Frame-In Kit
6132BURM
Electronic
26 or 32W Triple Tube
4-Pin (Amalgam)
Lamp
120V - 277V
26 or 32W Triple Tube
4-Pin (Amalgam)
Features
Options and Accessories (continued)
1. Reflector: 16 ga. Alzak® aluminum, 50° visual cutoff to lamp and lamp
image, medium distribution. Comfort Clear™ low iridescence finish.
Self-flanged or flangeless with molded white trim ring (field paintable).
2. Socket Cup: Effectively dissipates heat and positions lamp holder.
Snaps onto reflector neck to assure consistently correct optical alignment
without tools.
3. Mounting Frame: Galvanized steel for dry or plaster ceilings. Accepts
other 6” Triple Tube reflectors (see S6132BU Spec Sheet).
4. Retaining Springs: Precision-tooled steel friction springs secure reflector
to mounting frame for quick, tool-less installation.
5. Mounting Brackets: 16 ga. steel. Adjust from inside of fixture. Use 3/4” or
1 1/2” lathing channel, 1/2” EMT, or optional mounting bars.
6. Ballast/J-Box: Electronic 120V-277V. UL listed for through branch circuit
wiring with max of (8) No. 12 AWG, 90°c supply conductors. Outboard
mounted to reduce heat transfer and maintain lamp efficacy and life. Service
from below without tools.
Emergency Ltg. Kit
Electrical
Note: For ballast electrical data and latest lamp/ballast compatibility refer to
“Ballast” specification sheet for complete electrical data.
S6132BU, S6132BCU: UL listed for through branch circuit wiring with max
of (8) No. 12 AWG, 90° C supply conductors.
6132BURM: UL listed for No. 12 AWG, 90° C supply conductors.
Mounting Bars & Accessories; see Specification Sheet MBA.
Sloped Ceiling Adapters; see Specification Sheet SCA.
IC Frame available; see C6CFL32 Specification Sheet.
Labels
UL Listed for damp locations.
Alzak® is a registered trademark of ALCOA.
US Patent Pending.
Job Information
Type:
Job Name:
Cat. No.:
Lamp(s):
Options and Accessories
Comfort Clear™ Finishes1
Diffuse
CCD
Champagne Bronze
CCZ
Pewter
CPW
FA EM3E*
FA EM4*
Fuse (Slow Blow)
Add suffix F
Existing/Thk. Ceiling
FA EC6*
Emergency
Add suffix EM*
Chicago Plenum
Use 6132BULC
*See Spec. Sheets: FAEM, FAEC
Other Finishes
White
WH
Notes:
Specify desired flange. W White, P Polished, Blank - Molded Ring
1
Other Dimming:
S6132BJ1MX Advance MarkX, 120V
S6132BJ2MX Advance MarkX, 227V
Lightolier a Genlyte company
S6132BJ1LD3 Lutron Hi-lume®, 120V
S6132BJ2LD3 Lutron Hi-lume®, 227V
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • E0406
HL-6
Calculite® Compact Fluorescent Open Downlighting
Page 2 of 2
6" Aperture Triple Tube Vertical Lamp
26W
Quick Calculator
32W
Quick Calculator
50
40
ROOM SURFACE REFLECTANCES:
80% Ceiling; 50% Wall; 20% Floor
1800 Lumens Per Lamp
80
ROOM SURFACE REFLECTANCES:
80% Ceiling; 50% Wall; 20% Floor
70
2400 Lumens Per Lamp
RCR = 1 (Rm. width = 10 x Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
RCR = 5 (Rm. width = 2 x Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
RCR = 10 (Rm. width = Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
60
30
20
INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
60
10
RCR = 1
RCR = 5
RCR = 10
50
(Rm. width = 10 x Mtg. Ht. above w
(Rm. width = 2 x Mtg. Ht. above w
(Rm. width = Mtg. Ht. above work
40
30
20
10
20
10
4
3
30
40
70
50
60
80
AREA PER FIXTURE IN SQUARE FEET
6
5
7
8
9
20
90
3
10
Spacing Ratio = 1.0
4
40
5
6
60
80
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
**EFFICIENCY=48.1%**
DATE: 4-23-99
CIE TYPE DIRECT
LUMINOUS DIAMETER: 6.000
THIS REPORT BASED ON LM-1 AND
OTHER PERTINENT IES PROCEDURES.
REPORT PREPARED FOR: LIGHTOLIER 04-27-1999
REPORT NO: LRL 499-9G
LAMPS: 1 PLT-32 LUMENS: 2400
DESCRIP.: 6” DIA X 10” HT RECESSED DOWNLIGHT
WITH COMFORT CLEAR™ REFLECTOR. VERTICAL
LAMP.
806
780
708
646
566
478
402
285
78
13
4
2
1
1
1
0
0
77
199
85o
258
75o
245
65o
400
81
55o
4
2
45o
800
1
0
ZONAL LUMENS AND PERCENTAGES
ZONE LUMENS %LAMP %LUMINAIRE
0-30
533
29.66
61.66
0-40
778
43.25
89.92
0-60
863
47.98
99.75
0-90
865
48.10
100.00
40-90
87
4.85
10.08
60-90
2
.12
.25
90-180
0
.00
.00
0-180
865
48.10
100.00
1200
0o 5o
15o
25o
**EFFICIENCY=52.7%**
DATE: 4-27-99
CIE TYPE DIRECT
LUMINOUS DIAMETER: 6.000
THIS REPORT BASED ON LM-1 AND
OTHER PERTINENT IES PROCEDURES.
ZONAL SUMMARY
ZONE AVG* ZONAL
DEG. C.P. LUMENS
180
0
175
0
0
165
0
0
155
0
0
145
0
0
135
0
0
125
0
0
115
0
0
105
0
0
95
0
0
90
0
0
85
1
1
75
1
1
65
3
3
55
9
8
45
99
77
35
563
354
25
904
418
15
1063
301
5
1066
102
0
1035
ZONAL LUMENS AND PERCENTAGES
ZONE LUMENS % LAMP %LUMINAIRE
0–30
821
34.2
64.9
0–40
1175
49.0
92.9
0–60
1260
52.5
99.6
0–90
1265
52.7
100.0
40–90
90
3.8
7.1
60–90
5
0.2
0.4
90–120 0
0.0
0.0
90–150 0
0.0
0.0
90–180 0
0.0
0.0
0–180 1265
52.7
100.0
Coefficients of Utilization
Coefficients of Utilization
EFFECTIVE FLOOR CAVITY REFLECTANCE = .20
70
50
30
WALL OF REFLECTANCE
30 10 50 30 10 50 30 10 50 30 10 50
.58 .57 .58 .57 .56 .56 .55 .54 .54 .53 .53 .52
.54 .53 .55 .54 .52 .54 .52 .51 .52 .51 .50 .51
.51 .50 .53 .51 .49 .51 .50 .49 .50 .49 .48 .49
.48 .47 .50 .48 .46 .49 .47 .46 .48 .46 .45 .47
.46 .44 .48 .45 .44 .47 .45 .43 .46 .44 .43 .45
.43 .42 .46 .43 .41 .45 .43 .41 .44 .42 .41 .44
.41 .39 .43 .41 .39 .43 .41 .39 .42 .40 .39 .42
.39 .37 .41 .39 .37 .41 .38 .37 .40 .38 .37 .40
.36 .35 .39 .36 .35 .38 .36 .35 .38 .36 .34 .38
.32 .31 .35 .32 .31 .35 .32 .30 .34 .32 .30 .34
80
EFFECTIVE FLOOR CAVITY REFLECTANCE = .20
30 10
.53 .52
.49 .47
.45 .44
.42 .40
.39 .37
.37 .35
.34 .33
.32 .30
.30 .28
.28 .26
50
30
WALL OF REFLECTANCE
50 30 10
.53 .52 .51
.50 .48 .47
.47 .45 .43
.44 .42 .40
.42 .39 .37
.39 .37 .35
.37 .34 .32
.34 .32 .30
.32 .30 .28
.30 .28 .26
50 30 10
.51 .50 .49
.48 .47 .46
.46 .44 .43
.43 .41 .40
.41 .39 .37
.39 .36 .35
.36 .34 .32
.34 .32 .30
.32 .30 .28
.30 .28 .26
50
.49
.47
.44
.42
.40
.38
.36
.34
.32
.30
30
.48
.46
.43
.41
.38
.36
.34
.31
.29
.27
10
10
.48
.45
.42
.39
.37
.34
.32
.30
.28
.26
50 30 10
.47 .47 .46
.45 .45 .44
.43 .42 .41
.41 .40 .39
.39 .38 .36
.37 .36 .34
.35 .33 .32
.33 .31 .30
.31 .29 .28
.29 .27 .26
0
.46
.43
.41
.38
.36
.34
.31
.29
.27
.25
ROOM CAVITY RATIO
ROOM CAVITY RATIO
50
.54
.50
.47
.45
.42
.40
.37
.35
.33
.31
11
This quick calculator chart determines the number and spacing of 1 It.- 32W TTT un
with Comfort Clear™ reflector, for any level of illumination
35o
70
120
Spacing Ratio = 1.1
REPORT NO: LSI 14025
LIGHTOLIER RECESSED FLUORESCENT LUMINAIRE,
WITH COMFORT CLEAR™ REFLECTOR
ONE 26 WATT CPFL GE LAMP,
ZONAL SUMMARY
CAT# F26TBX/SPX35-835.
ANGLE CP LUMENS
0
775
LUMEN RATING = 1800 LMS.
80
100
AREA PER FIXTURE IN SQUARE FEET
7
9
10
8
CENTER TO CENTER DISTANCE OF FIXTURES IN FEET
CENTER TO CENTER DISTANCE OF FIXTURES IN FEET
This quick calculator chart determines the number and spacing of 1 It.- 26W TTT units
with Comfort Clear™ reflector, for any level of illumination.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
8021
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
50
.59
.56
.53
.51
.48
.46
.44
.41
.39
.35
Job Information
10
30
.52
.50
.48
.46
.44
.42
.40
.38
.36
.32
10
.51
.49
.47
.45
.43
.41
.39
.36
.34
.30
0
.50
.48
.46
.44
.42
.40
.38
.36
.34
.30
Type:
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • C0406
HL-6
[email protected]
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
* CFTR26W/GX24Q
1
CFTR26W/GX24Q
2
Rated
Lamp
Watts
26
26
Min.
Start
Temp
(°F/C)
50/10
50/10
MARK 7 0-10V
Electronic Dimming
Programmed Start
Series
120-277
50/60 HZ
Active
Input
Current
(Amps)
Input Power
(Watts)
(min/max)
Ballast Factor
(min/max)
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.10
0.18
08/28
13/49
0.03/1.00
0.03/1.00
10
10
0.99
0.99
1.6
1.6
3.57
2.04
Wiring Diagram
Enclosure
WIRING: (2) QUAD/TRIPLE LAMPS
(1) QUAD/TRIPLE LAMP
GREEN
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
BALLASTYELLOW
Class 1 or VIOLET (+)
Class 2 Circuit GREY (-)
RED
10V, 0.5 mA
BLUE
{
RED
Green Terminal Must Be Grounded
Diag. 166
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
4.98 "
4 49/50
12.6 cm
Width (W)
3.00 "
3
7.6 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
4.60 "
1 9/50
4 3/5
3 cm
11.7 cm
Revised 02/13/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
HL-6
Calculite® Compact Fluorescent Open Downlight
Page 1 of 2
8022
7 3/8” Aperture Triple Tube Vertical Lamp
5
2
1
6
4
32W: 11" (279mm)
42W: 11-1/8" (283mm)
26W
10-3/8" (264mm)
12-3/4"
(324 mm) 11-3/8"
(289 mm)
3"
(76 mm)
4-7/8"
(124 mm)
14-1/4"
(362 mm)
Top View
Ceiling Cutout: 8” (203 mm) Dia.
Reflector Trim
8022 CCLW
8022 CCLP
8022 CCL
8022
7-3/8" (187 mm) Dia.
Flush
Overlap
7-7/8" (200 mm)
8-5/8" (209 mm)
1" (25 mm) min.
2-1/8" (54 mm) max.
1-1/8" (29 mm) max.
Ceiling Thickness
3
Frame-In Kit
Comfort Clear™, White Flange
Comfort Clear™, Polished Flange
Comfort Clear™, Molded Trim Ring
Add suffix. See options for other finishes.
7132BU
7132BCU3
Note:
S7142BU
S7142BCU3
S7142BUEM
Lamp
Electronic
120V - 277V
120V - 277V
PowerSpec® Dimming
Add S for Steel frame: ex. S7142BU- Steel Frame
Without S- Die Cast: ex. 7142BU - Die Cast
Electronic
120V - 277V
120V - 277V
PowerSpec® Dimming
Electronic Emergency
120V - 277V
Remodeler Frame-In Kit
7142BURM
Electronic
26 or 32W Triple Tube
42W Triple Tube
Lamp
120V - 277V
26/32/42W Triple Tube
Features
Options and Accessories (continued)
1. Reflector:16 ga. Alzak® aluminum, 50° visual cutoff to lamp and lamp
image, medium distribution. Comfort Clear™ low iridescence finish.
Self-flanged or flangeless with molded white trim ring (field paintable).
2. Socket Cup: Effectively dissipates heat and positions lamp holder.
Snaps onto reflector neck to assure consistently correct optical alignment
without tools.
3. Mounting Frame: Galvanized steel for dry or plaster ceilings. Accepts
other 6” Triple Tube reflectors (see S6132BU Spec Sheet).
4. Retaining Springs: Precision-tooled steel friction springs secure reflector
to mounting frame for quick, tool-less installation.
5. Mounting Brackets: 16 ga. steel. Adjust from inside of fixture. Use 3/4”
or 1 1/2” lathing channel, 1/2” EMT, or optional mounting bars.
6. Ballast/J-Box: Electronic 120V-277V. UL listed for through branch circuit
wiring with max of (8) No. 12 AWG, 90°c supply conductors. Outboard
mounted to reduce heat transfer and maintain lamp efficacy and life. Service
from below without tools.
Emergency Ltg. Kit
Electrical
Note: Note: For ballast electrical data and latest lamp/ballast compatibility
refer to “Ballast” specification sheet for complete electrical data.
S7142BU, S7142BCU3: UL_listed for through branch circuit wiring with
maxof (8) No. 12 AWG, 90° C supply conductors.
7142BURM: UL_listed for No. 12 AWG, 90° C supply conductors.
Mounting Bars & Accessories; see Specification Sheet MBA.
Sloped Ceiling Adapters; see Specification Sheet SCA.
Labels
UL Listed for Damp Locations
Alzak® is a registered trademark of ALCOA
Job Information
Type:
Job Name:
Cat. No.:
Lamp(s):
Options and Accessories
Comfort Clear™ Finishes1
Diffuse
CCD
Champagne Bronze
CCZ
FA EM3E*
FA EM4*
Fuse (Slow Blow)
Add suffix F
Existing/Thk. Ceiling
Plaster Trim Ring CA7FL
Emergency
Add suffix EM*
Chicago Plenum
Use 7142, BULC
*See Spec. Sheets: FAEM, FAEC
Other Finishes
White
WH
Notes:
Specify desired flange. W White, P Polished, Blank - Molded Ring
1
Other Dimming:
SJ1MX Advance MarkX, 120V
SJ2MX Advance MarkX, 277V
S7142BJ1LD3 Lutron Hi-lume®, 120V
S7142BJ2LD3 Lutron Hi-lume®, 277V
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • C1006
HL-8
Calculite® Compact Fluorescent Open Downlight
Page 2 of 2
Quick Calculator
Quick Calculator
80
70
ROOM SURFACE REFLECTANCES:
80
80% Ceiling; 50% Wall; 20% Floor
2400 Lumens Per Lamp
70
RCR = 1 (Rm. width = 10 x Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
RCR = 5 (Rm. width = 2 x Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
RCR = 10 (Rm. width = Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
60
50
INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
7 3/8” Aperture Triple Tube Vertical Lamp
42W
32W
40
30
20
10
ROOM SURFACE REFLECTANCES:
80% Ceiling; 50% Wall; 20% Floor
3200 Lumens Per Lamp
RCR = 1 (Rm. width = 10 x Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
RCR = 5 (Rm. width = 2 x Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
RCR = 10 (Rm. width = Mtg. Ht. above work plane)
60
50
40
30
20
10
20
3
5
4
40
60
80
AREA PER FIXTURE IN SQUARE FEET
8
7
9
6
100
120
10
11
20
3
CENTER TO CENTER DISTANCE OF FIXTURES IN FEET
75°
400
65°
600
55°
800
45°
1000
1200
15 °
5°
25°
35°
**Efficiency = 61.6%**
CANDLEPOWER SUMMARY
AVERAGE CP LUMENS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
11
10
226
175
678
426
933
432
1117
317
1179
113
1126
0-30
0-40
0-60
0-90
40-90
60-90
90-120
90-150
90-180
0-180
LUMENS
861
1287
1472
1478
191
6
0
0
0
1478
% LAMP
35.9
53.6
61.3
61.6
8.0
0.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
61.6
%LUMINAIRE
58.3
87.1
99.6
100.0
12.9
0.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.00
ROOM CAVITY RATIO
80
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
50
.69
.65
.61
.58
.55
.52
.49
.46
.43
.38
30
.67
.63
.59
.55
.51
.48
.45
.42
.40
.35
75°
400
65°
600
800
55°
1000
45°
1200
1400
1600
0°
15°
5°
25°
35°
EFFECTIVE CEILING CAVITY REFLECTANCE
70
50
30
WALL REFLECTANCE
10 50 30 10 50 30 10 50 30 10
.66 .67 .66 .65 .65 .64 .63 .63 .62 .61
.61 .64 .62 .60 .62 .60 .50 .60 .59 .58
.57 .61 .58 .56 .59 .57 .55 .58 .56 .55
.53 .57 .54 .52 .56 .54 .52 .55 .53 .51
.49 .54 .51 .49 .53 .50 .49 .52 .50 .48
.40 .51 .48 .40 .50 .48 .40 .50 .47 .45
.43 .46 .45 .43 .48 .45 .43 .47 .44 .43
.40 .40 .42 .40 .45 .42 .40 .44 .42 .40
.37 .43 .39 .37 .42 .39 .37 .42 .39 .37
.32 .38 .35 .32 .38 .35 .32 .37 .34 .32
10
0
ZONE
0-30
0-40
0-60
0-90
40-90
60-90
90-120
90-150
90-180
0-180
April 27, 1999
CC WALL
RCR
50
.61
.58
.56
.54
.51
.49
.46
.44
.41
.37
30
.60
.57
.55
.52
.49
.47
.44
.41
.39
.34
10
.59
.56
.54
.50
.48
.45
.42
.40
.37
.32
20% FLOOR CAVITY REFLECTANCE
0
.58
.56
.53
.50
.47
.44
.42
.39
.36
.31
AVERAGE CP LUMENS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
4
4
5
5
16
14
334
258
797
501
1178
545
1504
426
1585
151
1518
ZONAL LUMENS AND PERCENTAGES
**Efficiency = 59.6%**
Coefficients of Utilization
Coefficients Of Utilization
ANGLE
180
175
165
155
145
135
125
115
105
95
85
75
65
55
45
35
25
15
5
0
200
ZONAL LUMENS AND PERCENTAGES
ZONE
11
10
REPORT PREPARED FOR: LIGHTOLIER
REPORT NO: LRL 499-9E
REPORT BY: LIGHTING RESEARCH LABORATORY, INC.
DESCRIP: 7.5” DIA. x 11 HT RECESSED DOWNLIGHT WITH COMFORT CLEAR™
REFLECTOR. LAMPS: 1PLT 42W LUMENS=3200
85°
ANGLE
180
175
165
155
145
135
125
115
105
95
85
75
65
55
45
35
25
15
5
0
120
Spacing Ratio = .9
REPORT PREPARED FOR: LIGHTOLIER
REPORT NO: LRL 499-9F2
REPORT BY: LIGHTING RESEARCH LABORATORY, INC.
DESCRIP: 7.5” DIA. RECESSED DOWNLIGHT WITH COMFORT CLEAR™
REFLECTOR LAMPS: 1PL-T 32W LUMENS=2400
CANDLEPOWER SUMMARY
200
5
100
This quick Calculator chart determines the number and spacing of 1 lt.-42W PL-T units with Comfort
Clear™ reflector for any level of illumination.
Spacing Ratio = 1.1
85°
4
40
60
80
AREA PER FIXTURE IN SQUARE FEET
8
7
9
6
CENTER TO CENTER DISTANCE OF FIXTURES IN FEET
This quick Calculator chart determines the number and spacing of 1 lt.-32W PL-T units with Comfort
Clear™ reflector for any level of illumination. Conversion factor: 1 lt. 26W PL-T with Comfort Clear
Clear™ reflector multiply, F.C. x 0.8.
0°
8022
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
80
LUMENS
% LAMP
1123
1623
1896
1908
284
12
0
0
0
1908
35.1
50.7
59.3
59.6
8.9
0.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
59.6
%LUMINAIRE
58.9
85.1
99.4
100.0
14.9
0.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.00
ZONAL CAVITY METHOD
EFFECTIVE FLOOR CAVITY REFLECTANCE = .20
70
50
30
10
50
30
10
50
30
10
50 30 10 50 30
10 50 30 10
.66
.62
.58
.55
.51
.48
.45
.42
.39
.37
.65
.60
.55
.52
.48
.45
.42
.39
.36
.33
.64
.58
.53
.49
.46
.42
.39
.36
.33
.31
.65
.61
.57
.54
.51
.48
.45
.42
.39
.36
.64
.59
.55
.51
.48
.45
.41
.38
.35
.33
.63
.57
.53
.49
.45
.50
.39
.36
.33
.31
.63
.59
.56
.53
.50
.47
.44
.41
.38
.36
.59
.55
.51
.48
.45
.42
.39
.36
.33
.30
Job Information
.62
.58
.54
.50
.47
.44
.41
.38
.35
.33
.61
.56
.52
.48
.45
.42
.39
.36
.33
.31
.60
.57
.54
.52
.49
.46
.43
.40
.38
.35
.60
.56
.53
.50
.46
.44
.41
.38
.35
.32
.58
.56
.53
.51
.48
.45
.43
.40
.37
.35
.58
.55
.52
.49
.46
.43
.40
.37
.35
.32
.57
.54
.50
.47
.44
.41
.38
.36
.33
.30
0
.56
.53
.50
.46
.43
.41
.38
.35
.32
.30
Type:
For 1 Lt. 26W triple tube with Comfort Clear reflector multiply C.U.’s by 1.1
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • C1006
HL-8
[email protected]
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
* CFTR42W/GX24Q
1
Rated
Lamp
Watts
42
Min.
Start
Temp
(°F/C)
50/10
Input
Current
(Amps)
Input Power
(Watts)
(min/max)
Ballast Factor
(min/max)
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.17
09/46
0.03/1.00
10
0.99
1.6
2.17
Wiring Diagram
Enclosure
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ROVR
Electronic Dimming
Programmed Start
Series
120-277
50/60 HZ
Active
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
4.98 "
4 49/50
12.6 cm
Width (W)
3.00 "
3
7.6 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
4.60 "
1 9/50
4 3/5
3 cm
11.7 cm
Revised 08/17/2006
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
HL-8
Cardinal CD27 & CD27P
one, two, or three T5 or T5HO lamps
or one or two T8 lamps
HL-11
Cardinal CD27 & CD27P
T5 options
Wall mount
2 3/8"H. x 7 1/2"W.
Cable
2 3/8"H. x 7 1/2"W.
4'-19⁄16" OC
3'-19⁄16" OC
4'-7 7⁄16" OAL
4'-7 7⁄16" OAL
8'-19⁄16" OC
7'-1 9⁄16" OC
8'-7 7⁄16" OAL
8'-7 9⁄16" OAL
8'-19⁄16" OC
4'-19⁄16" OC
11'-1 9⁄16" OC
12'-9" OAL
12'-7 7⁄16" OAL
8'-19⁄16" OC
8'-19⁄16" OC
8'-19⁄16" OC
16'-9" OAL
C27P cable
T8 options
8'-19⁄16" OC
16'-9" OAL
C27 wall mount
Measurements shown for T8 lamps. See website for T5.
For design use only. Not for construction. See www.linearltg.com for engineering drawings specific to job.
• Extruded aluminum housing
with optional perforated panels
• 1, 2, or 3 ET5, ET5HO, or ET8 lamps
• Die-cast joiners
• Pre-wired with quick-connect plugs
• IBEW Local 3 and UL/CUL labels
• Weight per foot: 3.9 lbs. approx. (CD27)
Weight per foot: 3.5 lbs. approx. (CD27P)
180˚
1500
CD27-I-2-ET5-NS
150˚
Efficiency: 85.7%
1125
Max. candlepower at 125°: 1527
120˚
750
375
90˚
90° Plane
See www.linearltg.com for complete photometrics.
Catalog No.
A66
Fixture
CD27P
Perforated steel
side, bidirectional
CD27
Solid body
Dir. Lamps
Ballast
Voltage
Shielding
Mounting
Color
- D-xxx-xxxx-xxxx - xxxx - xxxx - BW
Lamps & Electrical Options
Direction
Bidirectional, Indirect
Lamps
1, 2, or 3†
Ballast
ET5
Electronic T5
ET5HO High Output T5
ET8
Electronic T8
Voltage
120 or 277
347
Mechanical & Aesthetic Options
Shielding
NS No Shielding (CD27 only)
PRD, PRT, STN, STK, HSL
See tab for perf illustrations
Mounting
Sxx
Stem
Bxx
Stem-Ball
Cxx
Cable
WMT Wall mount
xx= inches, ceiling to top of fixture
Color
* Dimming ballasts may not be available for all T5/T5HO lamp lengths. Consult factory.
** EM packs may not be available for all T5/T5HO lamp lengths. Consult factory.
Designed for acoustical ceilings.
See www.linearltg.com for IES files and additional information.
BW
Baked White
AP
Aluminum Paint
CC
Custom Color
See color selector
†
††
Add'l options
- xxxx
Row length
-
Add'l
NO
FU
EC
No Option
Fusing
Emergency Circuits
NL Night Light
ED Electronic Dimming*
EM Emergency Ballast**
SC Separate Circuits
DC Dust Cover
ISB10 Instant Start Ballast <10%††
PSB10 Program Start Ballast <10%††
SF Special Feature
Please define
xxx
Feet
Fixture
length
CD27P
pendant
2', 3', 4',
5', 6', 7', 8'
CD27 & CD27P
wall mount
2', 3', 4',
5', 6', 7',
8', 9', 10',
11', 12'
3-light configuration available on pendant only.
ISB10 and PSB10 available with T8 only.
Linear Lighting Corp.
31-30 Hunters Point Ave., Long Island City, NY 11101 ©9/04
718-361-7552 Fax 718-937-2747 Web: www.linearltg.com
HL-11
VCN-132-MC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
F21T5
F25T8
F28T5
* F32T8
F32T8/ES (30W)
Num.
of
Lamp
s
1
1
1
1
1
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
21
25
28
32
30
50/10
0/-18
50/10
0/-18
60/16
0.10
0.09
0.11
0.11
0.10
Wiring Diagram
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
27
25
30
30
28
Ballast MAX
Factor THD
%
1.10
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
10
10
10
10
10
CENTIUM MICRO CAN
Electronic
Instant Start
Series
277
60 HZ
Active
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.98
0.98
0.99
0.98
0.98
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
4.07
3.92
3.27
3.27
3.50
Enclosure
WHITE
BLK/WHT
BALLAST
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
Diag. 63
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
in.
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
25L
31R
37L
cm.
0
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
25L
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
63.5
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.08 "
1 2/25
2.7 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.05 "
8.91 "
1 1/20
8 91/100
2.7 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 07/23/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
HL-11
VOP-3P32-SC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
1
2
3
F32T8
* F32T8
F32T8
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
32
32
32
0/-18
0/-18
0/-18
0.14
0.23
0.30
Wiring Diagram
WHITE
BLACK
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
37
62
82
Ballast MAX
Factor THD
%
1.08
0.94
0.88
20
10
10
OPTANIUM
Electronic
Instant Start
Parallel
277
50/60 HZ
Active
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.94
0.98
0.99
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.92
1.52
1.07
Enclosure
BLUE
BALLAST
BLUE
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
LAMP
Diag. 70
Insulate unused blue
lead for 1000V
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
25L
25L
31R
37L
0
0
0
cm.
63.5
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
in.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.7 "
1 7/10
4.3 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
8.90 "
1 9/50
8 9/10
3 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 06/09/2003
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
HL-11
Cardinal CD27 & CD27P
one, two, or three T5 or T5HO lamps
or one or two T8 lamps
HL-11A
Cardinal CD27 & CD27P
T5 options
Wall mount
2 3/8"H. x 7 1/2"W.
Cable
2 3/8"H. x 7 1/2"W.
4'-19⁄16" OC
3'-19⁄16" OC
4'-7 7⁄16" OAL
4'-7 7⁄16" OAL
8'-19⁄16" OC
7'-1 9⁄16" OC
8'-7 7⁄16" OAL
8'-7 9⁄16" OAL
8'-19⁄16" OC
4'-19⁄16" OC
11'-1 9⁄16" OC
12'-9" OAL
12'-7 7⁄16" OAL
8'-19⁄16" OC
8'-19⁄16" OC
8'-19⁄16" OC
16'-9" OAL
C27P cable
T8 options
8'-19⁄16" OC
16'-9" OAL
C27 wall mount
Measurements shown for T8 lamps. See website for T5.
For design use only. Not for construction. See www.linearltg.com for engineering drawings specific to job.
• Extruded aluminum housing
with optional perforated panels
• 1, 2, or 3 ET5, ET5HO, or ET8 lamps
• Die-cast joiners
• Pre-wired with quick-connect plugs
• IBEW Local 3 and UL/CUL labels
• Weight per foot: 3.9 lbs. approx. (CD27)
Weight per foot: 3.5 lbs. approx. (CD27P)
180˚
1500
CD27-I-2-ET5-NS
150˚
Efficiency: 85.7%
1125
Max. candlepower at 125°: 1527
120˚
750
375
90˚
90° Plane
See www.linearltg.com for complete photometrics.
Catalog No.
A66
Fixture
CD27P
Perforated steel
side, bidirectional
CD27
Solid body
Dir. Lamps
Ballast
Voltage
Shielding
Mounting
Color
- D-xxx-xxxx-xxxx - xxxx - xxxx - BW
Lamps & Electrical Options
Direction
Bidirectional, Indirect
Lamps
1, 2, or 3†
Ballast
ET5
Electronic T5
ET5HO High Output T5
ET8
Electronic T8
Voltage
120 or 277
347
Mechanical & Aesthetic Options
Shielding
NS No Shielding (CD27 only)
PRD, PRT, STN, STK, HSL
See tab for perf illustrations
Mounting
Sxx
Stem
Bxx
Stem-Ball
Cxx
Cable
WMT Wall mount
xx= inches, ceiling to top of fixture
Color
* Dimming ballasts may not be available for all T5/T5HO lamp lengths. Consult factory.
** EM packs may not be available for all T5/T5HO lamp lengths. Consult factory.
Designed for acoustical ceilings.
See www.linearltg.com for IES files and additional information.
BW
Baked White
AP
Aluminum Paint
CC
Custom Color
See color selector
†
††
Add'l options
- xxxx
Row length
-
Add'l
NO
FU
EC
No Option
Fusing
Emergency Circuits
NL Night Light
ED Electronic Dimming*
EM Emergency Ballast**
SC Separate Circuits
DC Dust Cover
ISB10 Instant Start Ballast <10%††
PSB10 Program Start Ballast <10%††
SF Special Feature
Please define
xxx
Feet
Fixture
length
CD27P
pendant
2', 3', 4',
5', 6', 7', 8'
CD27 & CD27P
wall mount
2', 3', 4',
5', 6', 7',
8', 9', 10',
11', 12'
3-light configuration available on pendant only.
ISB10 and PSB10 available with T8 only.
Linear Lighting Corp.
31-30 Hunters Point Ave., Long Island City, NY 11101 ©9/04
718-361-7552 Fax 718-937-2747 Web: www.linearltg.com
HL-11A
VCN-132-MC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
F21T5
F25T8
F28T5
* F32T8
F32T8/ES (30W)
Num.
of
Lamp
s
1
1
1
1
1
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
21
25
28
32
30
50/10
0/-18
50/10
0/-18
60/16
0.10
0.09
0.11
0.11
0.10
Wiring Diagram
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
27
25
30
30
28
Ballast MAX
Factor THD
%
1.10
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
10
10
10
10
10
CENTIUM MICRO CAN
Electronic
Instant Start
Series
277
60 HZ
Active
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.98
0.98
0.99
0.98
0.98
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
4.07
3.92
3.27
3.27
3.50
Enclosure
WHITE
BLK/WHT
BALLAST
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
Diag. 63
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
in.
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
25L
31R
37L
cm.
0
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
25L
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
63.5
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.08 "
1 2/25
2.7 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.05 "
8.91 "
1 1/20
8 91/100
2.7 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 07/23/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
HL-11A
VOP-3P32-SC
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
1
2
3
F32T8
* F32T8
F32T8
Rated
Lamp
Watts
Min. Start
Temp
(°F/C)
Input
Current
(Amps)
32
32
32
0/-18
0/-18
0/-18
0.14
0.23
0.30
Wiring Diagram
WHITE
BLACK
Input
Power
(ANSI
Watts)
37
62
82
Ballast MAX
Factor THD
%
1.08
0.94
0.88
20
10
10
OPTANIUM
Electronic
Instant Start
Parallel
277
50/60 HZ
Active
Power
Factor
MAX Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.94
0.98
0.99
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.92
1.52
1.07
Enclosure
BLUE
BALLAST
BLUE
BLUE
RED
LAMP
LINE
LAMP
Diag. 70
Insulate unused blue
lead for 1000V
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
25L
25L
31R
37L
0
0
0
cm.
63.5
63.5
78.7
94
0
0
0
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
in.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
9.50 "
9 1/2
24.1 cm
Width (W)
1.7 "
1 7/10
4.3 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
8.90 "
1 9/50
8 9/10
3 cm
22.6 cm
Revised 06/09/2003
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
HL-11A
Catalog #
COMBOLIGHT® GALLERIA Series • CGWC
Type
FOUR (4) Light Wall Mount Swivel Column Fixture
Grid Configuration “C” • Lamp Groups 1, 2, & 3
Low Voltage, Line Voltage or Metal Halide for Remote Transformer/Ballast
DESCRIPTION:
A wall mounted fixture with a
swiveling grid column.
Lamp Group 1
3.88"
Lamp Group 2
4.50"
Lamp Group 3
6.38"
CONSTRUCTION:
All aluminum construction. Grid is
made of .75” square aluminum tubing with .062” wall thickness. Weight
base adds stability to fixture.
Lamp Group 1
5.90"
Lamp Group 2
7.40"
Lamp Group 3
8.10"
50° Adjustment
LAMP ASSEMBLY:
Four lamps mounted in adjustable
double gimbal lamp holders. Dual
axis 90º x 90º locking adjustability.
Lamp column swivels 50º.
ELECTRICAL:
Low voltage and metal halide models
are wired for use with remote transformers or ballasts. Custom configurations are available for integral
transformers or ballasts - consult
RSA factory for details. Low voltage
and Line Voltage models are dimmable.
Project
Standard lamp back cover for
AR111 models hides lamp
terminals and connections.
ALL RSA COMBOLIGHT PRODUCTS
ARE MADE IN THE U.S.A.
Lamp Group 1
21.35"
Lamp Group 2
27.35"
Lamp Group 3
30.15"
90º
Label: UL, CSA and New York
Calendar
90º
Adjustable double gimbal
lamp holder accepts up to
two optical accessories
GRID CONFIGURATION “C”
his sheet is for rid onfiguration
. o see
other grid configurations consult other ombo ight
alleria Series spec sheets.
IMPORTANT: USING THIS SPEC SHEET
his fi ture is dimensioned according to lamp t pe.
lease select lamp from either amp roup 1 or
and then refer to the appropriate dimensions of fi ture
as shown above.
Cat. # / Description
CGWC -
all
ount Swivel olumn i ture
Snoots
Louvers
Lenses
SPECIFY -
Grid Configuration Finish
Lamp Group 1 11 - R1 1
0
12 - R1 1
13 - AR 0 1
0
14 - AR 0 1
0
15 - AR1 1 0
16 - AR 0 1 0
C - our ight BK - lack
WH -
CGWC
31
hite
S - Silver
PC - olished
hrome
PT - ustom
Lamp Group 2 21 - AR 0 1 0
22 - AR 0
9
23 - AR 0
0
24 - AR 1
0
25 - AR111 1
26 - AR111 1
0
27 - AR111 1
28 - AR111 1 100
Lamp Group 3 31 - AR 1 0
32 - AR
0
33 - AR
100
Optional Accessories - Details on Other Side
Baffle
.75"
Lamp Type
C
PC
Specifications and Dimensions subject to change without notice.
RSA Lighting • 7945 Orion Ave. • Van Nuys, CA 91406 • 818-349-3030 • FAX 818-349-3031
HL-14
Lytespan® Track Lighting
Page 1 of 1
8747
Metallics® PAR38/ED17 Dome Shade
Ordering Information
Catalog No.
Finishes
Lamps
Use With Metallics Adapters
8747 WH
8747 TM
8747 NM
Matte White
Dark Titanium
Natural Metal
INCANDESCENT: PAR38 250W Max. 150W Max. with
Accessories (When used on luminaires 8701 & 28701)
METAL HALIDE: PAR38 70W (When used on luminaire 8706E)
METAL HALIDE: ED-17 70W: (When used on luminaire 8705E &
28705E) (Reflector Needed)
METAL HALIDE: PAR38 100W (When used on luminaire 8707E)
METAL HALIDE: ED-17 100W (When used on luminaire 8708E)
(Reflector Needed)
8701
8705E
8706E
8707E
8708E
28701
28705E
Features
Labels
1. Shade: Die-cast aluminum.
2. Neck Flange: Cold rolled steel, zinc-plated. Used to attach shade to
luminaire, without tools.
3. Groove: To connect optional Accessory Holder to shade.
UL
Job Information
Options and Accessories
Job Name:
Metallics PAR38 Accessory Holder (8784) & Accessories. Order separately (See
Lightolier Specification Sheet 8784).
Cat. No.:
Compatible With ED17 Reflectors:
83ED17RNS
83ED17RS
83ED17RF
83ED17RWF
Type:
Lamp(s):
Notes:
Finish
All painted finishes: White or Titanium baked enamel, or Brushed Metal with
protective clear coat.
Lightolier a Genlyte Thomas Company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2002 Genlyte Thomas Group LLC (Lightolier Division) • C0902
HL-15
TIEMPO TM5
INDOOR
ARCHITECTURAL
LUMINAIRES
SURFACE MOUNT
REMOTE BALLAST
QUARTZ HALOGEN, CERAMIC METAL HALIDE
AND METAL HALIDE
ORDERING
FIXTURE
Quartz Halogen
TM501 500W Max Mini-Can
Ceramic Metal Halide
TM517 35W/39W CMH (T6, G12 Base)
TM522 70W CMH (T6, G12 Base)
TM523 100W CMH (T6, G12 Base)
TM527 150W CMH (T6, G12 Base)
MOUNTING
REFLECTOR
RCB
(1) Asymmetric
Indirect
Surface Mount
Remote
Ballast
VOLTS
1=120V
2=277V
(2) Asymmetric
Wallwash
7=347V
Quartz
Halogen
Available
in 120V
Only
Metal Halide
TM540 70W MH (E17, Med Base)
TM541 100W MH (E17, Med Base)
TM542 150/175W MH (E17, Med Base)
(Specify Wattage)
FINISH
W
BL
BR
N
S
G
SF
OPTIONS
Semi-Gloss White
Semi-Gloss Black
Semi-Gloss Bronze
Semi-Gloss Natural
Semi-Gloss Satin
Semi-Gloss Graphite
Specify Finish
(See Color Chart)
CC Custom Color
(Contact Factory)
VS
VP
GS
AL
SS
CF
CDF
UV
F
QEM
QL
CM-X
Solid Cutoff Visor
Perforated Cutoff Visor
External Louvered Visor
Adjustable Shutter
Adjustable Back Sawtooth Shield
“Fade Not” Visored Color Lens
Dichroic Visored Color Lens
UV Filter
HLR Fuseholder
Quartz Emergency Socket #
Quartz Restrike—Hot/Cold Relay #
Column Mount (X=Column Diameter)*
# DC Bayonet Lamp, 50W Maximum. Available With
TM517, TM522, TM523, TM527 Only.
* Consult Factory For Minimum Column Dia.
ORDERING EXAMPLE: TM517 / WCB / (1) / 1 / W / GS
SPECIFICATIONS
Housing Extruded aluminum housing with die cast end plates secured
to mounting bracket with a single fastener. Fastener is hidden inside of
lamp housing allowing for no visible hardware.
Lens Clear prismatic tempered glass lens. Lens is secured to an
anodized extruded aluminum frame. Lamp is maintained by a tool-less
doorframe with die cast aluminum latches that hinge in either direction for
ease of lamping and maintenance.
Reflector Die formed highly efficient unitized reflector systems
constructed of 95% specular anodized peened aluminum. Reflector can
be easily adjusted in field by hand rotating lamp housing to desired
position while illuminated.
FIXTURE
MOUNTING TYPE
TM5______
RCB
REFLECTOR
Wall Bracket: The wall bracket mounts to a standard 4-0 j-box (by
others). Additional structural support is required (by others).
Electrical Quartz Halogen is available in 120V only. All Metal
Halide ballasts are remote, high power factor, encased & potted,
thermally protected, class ‘B’ sound rated, and supplied with j-box
for thru wiring. Butterfly brackets supplied for T-bar ceiling
mounting.
Labels Underwriters Laboratories and Canadian
C
VOLTS
FINISH
US
OPTIONS
APPROVED:
JOB NAME:
TYPE:
TEL: 505 345-0888 FAX: 505 345-3838
www.insightlighting.com
TM5-QH-MH-RCB
06-03-REV2
Page 1 of 1
HL-16
Calculite® Incandescent Surface Cylinder
Page 1 of 2
7026AO
9” Aperture BR40 / R40 / PAR38
Catalog Number
Lamp
7026AO
PAR38,150W (cool beam)
PAR38, 250W (T.H.)
R40, 300W
BR40, 300W
Matte white housing with specular clear reflector
Features
1. Reflector: 16 ga. Specular clear Alzak® aluminum. 50° visual cut-off to lamp
and lamp image .
2. Housing: One piece spun 16 ga. aluminum with returned bottom edge to
seat reflector, no visable hardware.Matte white baked enamel finish.
3. Retaining Springs: Coil steel springs secure reflector to housing.
4. Heat Insulltor: Fiberglass bulk insulation.
5. Socket: Medium base porcelain, nickel plated screw shell.
Options & Accessories
Stem Kit: 7249 Matte white
Permits surface units to be stem mounted. Supplied with 1/2" dia.
and 5 1/2" dia. canopy. 37 5/8" O.A. Length. Stem can be cut to
length at the job site. Self aligning swivel provides up to 41° vertical adjustment.
Alzak® is a registered trademark of ALCOA.
Other reflector and housing finishes consult factory.
Job Information
Electrical
Job Name:
Requires 75°C Supply wires. No.18 SF-1 leads to porcelain socket.
Type:
Cat. No.:
Labels
UL Listed for damp locations, I.B.E.W.
Lamp(s):
Notes:
Lightolier a Genlyte Thomas Company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2002 Genlyte Thomas Group LLC (Lightolier Division) • A0902
HL-17
7026AO
Calculite® Incandescent Surface Cylinder
Page 2 of 2
9” Aperture BR40 / R40 / PAR38
INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
90
INITIAL FOOTCANDLES
Clear Alzak with 250W PAR38 FL, T.H.
3600 Lumens Per Lamp
100
RCR = 1 (60' x 60' x 8.5' room)
RCR = 5 (12' x 12' x 8.5' room)
RCR = 10(6' x 6' x 8.5' room)
Room Surface Reflectances:
80% Ceiling; 50% Walls; 20% Floor
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
80
Clear Alzak with 120W BR40 FL
1600 Lumens Per Lamp
70
RCR = 1 (60' x 60' x 8.5' room)
RCR = 5 (12' x 12' x 8.5' room)
RCR = 10(6' x 6' x 8.5' room)
Room Surface Reflectances:
80% Ceiling; 50% Walls; 20% Floor
60
50
40
30
20
10
10
25
4 5
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
AREA PER FIXTURE IN SQUARE FEET
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
20
225
14
3
15
4
40
60
80
100
AREA PER FIXTURE IN SQUARE FEET
5
6
7
8
9
Use quick calculator chart to determine spacing of luminaires for desired level of illumination.
Conversion Factors:
100W PAR38 FL IR, F.C. X 0.6
Use quick calculator chart to determine spacing of luminaires for desired
level of illumination.
300W R40 FL, F.C. X 2.2
90W BR40 FL, F.C. X 0.7
75W BR40 FL, F.C. X 0.5
90W PAR38 FL, F.C. X 0.4
75W & 65W IR PAR38 FL, F.C. X 0.3
SPACING RATIO = 0.5
SPACING RATIO = 0.4
CERTIFIED TEST REPORT NO. 0870FR
COMPUTED BY LSI PROGRAM **TEST-LITE**
CERTIFIED TEST REPORT NO.0869FR
COMPUTED BY LSI PROGRAM **TEST-LITE**
SURFACE CYLINDER DOWNLIGHT
SURFACE CYLINDER OPEN DOWNLIGHT
8” DIA. APERTURE, SPECULAR CLEAR FINISH REFLECTOR
250W PAR38 FL (KRYPTON) PHILIPS LAMP. LUMEN RATING = 3100 LMS.
8” DIA. APERTURE, SPECULAR CLEAR FINISH REFLECTOR
120W BR40 FL GE LAMP. LUMEN RATING = 1600 LMS
CANDLEPOWER SUMMARY
ANGLE
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
MEAN CP
12498
11063
7681
4689
2148
677
88
18
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
CANDLEPOWER SUMMARY
LUMENS
ANGLE
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
1009
1319
416
21
2
0
0
0
0
ZONAL LUMENS AND PERCENTAGES
ZONE
0–30
0–40
0–60
0–90
40–90
60–90
90–180
0–180
50
DATE: JUL 30, 1999
PREPARED FOR:
LIGHOLIER, FALL RIVER, MA
TESTED ACCORDING TO IES PROCEDURES.
TEST DISTANCE EXCEEDS FIVE TIMES THE
GREATEST LUMINOUS OPENING OF
LUMINAIRE.
30
1.01
.96
.93
.91
.88
.86
.85
.83
.82
.80
10 50 30 10
.99 1.00 .99 .98
.94 .97 .92 .93
.91 .94 .92 .91
.89 .92 .90 .88
.86 .90 .87 .86
.85 .89 .86 .84
.83 .87 .84 .82
.81 .82. .83 .81
.80 .84 .81. 80
.78 .82 .80 .78
50
.96
.94
.93
.91
.89
.88
.86
.84
.83
.82
30
.96
.93
.91
.89
.87
.85
.84
.82
.81
.79
30
10
.95
.91
.89
.87
.85
.84
.82
.81
.79
.78
50
.93
.92
.91
.89
.88
.87
.82
.84
.83
.81
280
508
381
150
14
0
0
0
0
ZONE
0–30
0–40
0–60
0–90
40–90
60–90
90–180
0–180
LUMENS
% LAMP % LUMINAIRE
1167
73.00
87.70
1317
82.35
98.95
1331
83.23
100.00
1331
83.23
100.00
14
.88
1.05
0
.00
.00
0
.00
.00
1331
83.23
100.00
** EFFICIENCY = 83.28% **
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION
10
0
80
70
50
30
10
0
% WALL REFLECTANCE
30
.93
.91
.89
.87
.86
.85
.83
.82
.80
.79
10
.92
.90
.88
.86
.84
.83
.81
.81
.79
.78
20% FLOOR CAVITY REFLECTANCE
Conversion Factor: 45W to 250W PAR38 FL, C.U. x 1.0
50
.90
.89
.89
.88
.86
.86
.84
.84
.82
.81
30
.90
.89
.88
.86
.85
.84
.83
.82
.80
.79
10
.89
.88
.87
.85
.84
.83
.81
.80
.79
.77
0
.88
.87
.86
.84
.83
.82
.81
.79
.78
.77
ROOM CAVITY RATIO
ROOM CAVITY RATIO
50
1.02
.98
.95
.93
.91
.89
.87
.86
.84
.82
LUMENS
%EFFECTIVE CEILING CAVITY REFLECTANCE
% WALL REFLECTANCE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
MEAN CP
3418
2993
2325
1771
1295
791
413
134
72
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ZONAL LUMENS AND PERCENTAGES
LUMENS
% LAMP % LUMINAIRE
2743
88.50
99.17
2764
89.18
99.93
2766
89.24
100.00
2766
89.24
100.00
1
.06
.07
0
.00
.00
0
.00
.00
2766
89.24
100.00
** EFFICIENCY = 89.2% **
COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION
%EFFECTIVE CEILING CAVITY REFLECTANCE
70
11
Conversion Factors:
120W PAR38 FL, F.C. X 0.5
80
120
CENTER TO CENTER DISTANCE OF FIXTURES IN FEET
CENTER TO CENTER DISTANCE OF FIXTURES IN FEET
DATE: JUL 30, 1999
PREPARED FOR:
LIGHOLIER, FALL RIVER, MA
TESTED ACCORDING TO IES PROCEDURES.
TEST DISTANCE EXCEEDS FIVE TIMES THE
GREATEST LUMINOUS OPENING OF
LUMINAIRE.
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
50
.94
.90
.87
.84
.80
.78
.75
.73
.70
.68
30
.93
.88
.84
.81
.77
.75
.72
.69
.67
.65
10
.91
.86
.82
.78
.75
.72
.69
.67
64
.62
50
.93
.89
.86
.83
.80
.77
.75
.72
.70
.68
30
.91
.87
.83
.80
.77
.74
.72
.69
.67
.65
10 50 30 10 50 30 10 50
.90 .89 .88 .87 .86 .85 .85 .83
.85 .86 .85 .83 .84 .83 .81 .82
.81 .84 .82 .80 .82 .80 .79 .80
.78 .81 .79 .77 .80 .76 .76 .78
.74 .78 .76 .74 .77 .75 .73 .76
.72 .76 .74 .72 .75 .73 .71 .74
.69 .74 .71 .69 .73 .70 .68 .72
.67 .71 .69 .67 .71 .68 .66 .70
.64 .69 .66 .64 .69 .66 .64 .68
.62 .67 .64 .62 .67 .64 .62 .66
20% FLOOR CAVITY REFLECTANCE
Conversion Factor:
65W to 120W BR40FL, C.U. x 1.0; 300W R40FL, C.U. x .95
Job Information
30
.83
.81
.79
.77
.74
.72
.70
.68
.65
.64
10
.82
.80
.78
.75
.73
.71
.68
.66
.64
.62
0
.81
.79
.76
.74
.72
.70
.67
.65
.63
.61
Type:
Lightolier a Genlyte Thomas Company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2002 Genlyte Thomas Group LLC (Lightolier Division) • A0902
HL-17
HL-17
Calculite® Compact Fluorescent Open Wall Washer
Page 1 of 2
8022WW
7 3/8” Aperture Triple Tube Vertical Lamp
2
5
1
4
6
12-3/4" 11-3/8"
(324 mm) (289
mm)
4-7/8"
(124 mm)
14-1/4"
362 mm)
Top View
26W: 10-1/2" (267mm)
32W: 11-1/8" (283 mm)
42W: 11-1/4" (286mm)
3"
(76 mm)
Double or Corner
Wall Washer
Ceiling Cutout: 8" (203mm) Dia.
Reflector Trim
Single
Wall Washer
7-1/8" (181 mm) Dia.
Flush
Overlap
7-7/8" (200 mm)
8-5/8" (209 mm)
1" (25 mm) min.
P2-1/8" (54 mm) max.
3
1-1/8" (29 mm) max.
Ceiling Thickness
Frame-In Kit
Double
Wall Washer
Corner
Wall Washer
8022WWCCLW
8022DWCCLW
8022CWCCLW
Comfort Clear™, White Flange
8022WWCCLP
8022DWCCLP
8022CWCCLP
Comfort Clear™, Polished Flange
8022WWCCL
8022DWCCL
8022CWCCL
Comfort Clear™, Molded Trim Ring
8022WW
Add suffix. See options for other finishes.
7132BU
7132BCU3
Electronic
PowerSpec® Dimming
Lamp
120V - 277V
120V - 277V
Note: Add S for Steel frame: ex. S8242HU - Steel Frame
Without S- Die Cast: ex. 8242HU - Die Cast
S7142BU
S7142BCU3
S7142BUEM
Electronic
PowerSpec® Dimming
Electronic
120V - 277V
120V - 277V
120V - 277V
Features
Options and Accessories (continued)
1. Downlight/Wall Washer Reflector: 16 ga. Alzak® aluminum. 50° lamp
cutoff and lamp image. Provides vertical surface wall wash and
downlighting. Comfort Clear™ low iridescence finish. Self-flanged or
flangeless with molded white trim ring (field paintable).
2. Socket Cup: Die-cast aluminum cup effectively dissipates heat and
positions lamp holder. Snaps onto reflector neck to assure consistently
correct optical alignment without tools.
3. Mounting Frame: Die-cast aluminum for dry or plaster ceilings. Accepts
other 7" triple tube reflectors.
4. Retaining Springs: Precision-tooled steel friction springs secure reflector
to mounting frame for quick, tool-less installation.
5. Mounting Brackets: 16 ga. steel. Adjust from inside of fixture. Use 3/4" or
1 1/2" lathing channel, 1/2" EMT, or optional mounting bars.
6. Ballast/J-Box: Outboard mounted to reduce heat transfer and maintain
lamp efficacy and life. Service from below without tools. Provides vertical
surface wall wash and downlighting.
Emergency
Chicago Plenum
Emergency Ltg. Kit
Mounting Bars & Accessories; see Specification Sheet MBA.
Sloped Ceiling Adapters; see Specification Sheet SCA.
Labels
UL listed for damp locations.
Alzak® is a registered trademark of ALCOA.
US Patent Pending.
Job Information
Job Name:
Note: For ballast electrical data and latest lamp/ballast compatibility refer to
“Ballast” specification sheet for complete electrical data.
Cat. No.:
Options and Accessories
Comfort Clear™ Finishes1
Diffuse
CCD
Champagne Bronze
CCZ
White
WH
Specify desired flange
W White, P Polished
Blank - Molded Ring
1
42W Triple Tube
4-Pin (Amalgam)
Add suffix EM*
Add suffix LC
FAEM3E*
FAEM4E*
Fuse (Slow Blow)
Add Suffix F
*See Spec. Sheets: FAEM
Electrical
UL listed for through branch circuit wiring with max of (8) No. 12 AWG, 90°C
supply conductors.
26/32W Triple Tube
4-Pin (Amalgam)
Type:
Lamp(s):
Notes:
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • C1006
HL-20
22
Calculite® Compact Fluorescent Open Wall Washer
Page 2 of 2
i i
oo
7 3/8” Aperture Triple Tube Vertical Lamp
e o
ip e 42
T ip e T e
i
5'
3'
5'
3'
15 f.c.
10 f.c.
2
e e
o
3
e e
2
3
42
46
43
39
32
26
21
17
14
o
43
45
41
37
32
26
21
17
14
3
42
46
44
39
33
26
21
17
14
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
e e
32
34
31
27
22
18
15
12
10
o
24
26
27
25
21
18
14
12
10
4
14
22
21
20
20
18
16
14
13
14
22
20
19
18
17
16
14
12
14
22
21
20
20
18
16
14
13
epowe
i
i
io
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
12
17
16
16
15
14
12
11
10
4
ow i
10
15
14
14
14
13
12
11
10
p i
32
34
31
27
22
18
15
12
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
30
31
28
21
18
14
11
9
8
o
12
17
16
16
15
14
12
11
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
io
50
.54
.51
.47
.44
.42
.39
.37
.35
.32
.31
13
15
16
18
16
13
11
9
8
5
30
31
28
21
18
14
11
9
8
CONVERSION FACTORS (Clear):
32W, F.C. x 0.75
26W, F.C. x 0.55
e e
3
o
6
5
30
.53
.49
.45
.42
.39
.36
.34
.32
.30
.28
11
16
15
14
13
11
10
9
8
7
10
10
10
11
10
9
9
8
10
.52
.47
.43
.40
.37
.34
.32
.30
.28
.26
e e
6
11
16
15
14
13
11
10
9
8
oe i ie
80
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
EXAMPLE: With multiple clear
reflector units located 3' from wall
and spaced 5' on center (matching
downlights 5' on center), the
illumination on the wall 3' down
from ceiling will be 15 f.c. beneath
units and 10 f.c. between units.
Footcandle values are averaged
and rounded off and are based on
a minimum of five units.
e er
4
e e
Wall Washer
Side
ROOM CAVITY RATIO
Downlight
Side
o
4
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
3
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
2
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
o
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
2
15 f.c.
o
ii
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
15
14
13
12
10
9
8
7
5
7
7
7
8
8
8
7
6
11
15
14
13
12
10
9
8
7
io
% EFFECTIVE CEILING CAVITY REFLECTANCE
70
50
30
WALL REFLECTANCE
50 30 10 50 30 10 50 30 10
.53 .52 .51 .51 .50 .50 .49 .49 .48
.50 .48 .46 .48 .47 .45 .47 .46 .44
.47 .44 .43 .45 .43 .42 .44 .43 .41
.44 .41 .39 .43 .41 .39 .42 .40 .39
.41 .38 .36 .40 .38 .36 .39 .37 .36
.39 .36 .34 .38 .36 .34 .37 .35 .34
.36 .34 .32 .36 .33 .32 .35 .33 .31
.34 .31 .30 .34 .31 .29 .33 .31 .29
.32 .29 .28 .32 .29 .27 .31 .29 .27
.30 .28 .26 .30 .27 .26 .30 .27 .26
10
50
.48
.45
.43
.41
.39
.37
.35
.33
.31
.29
30
.47
.44
.42
.39
.37
.35
.33
.31
.29
.27
0
10
.47
.44
.41
.38
.35
.33
.31
.29
.27
.25
0
.46
.43
.40
.37
.35
.33
.30
.28
.27
.25
20% FLOOR CAVITY REFLECTANCE
Job Information
Type:
i o ie a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • C1006
HL-20
[email protected]
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
* CFTR42W/GX24Q
1
Rated
Lamp
Watts
42
Min.
Start
Temp
(°F/C)
50/10
Input
Current
(Amps)
Input Power
(Watts)
(min/max)
Ballast Factor
(min/max)
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.17
09/46
0.03/1.00
10
0.99
1.6
2.17
Wiring Diagram
Enclosure
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
ROVR
Electronic Dimming
Programmed Start
Series
120-277
50/60 HZ
Active
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
4.98 "
4 49/50
12.6 cm
Width (W)
3.00 "
3
7.6 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
4.60 "
1 9/50
4 3/5
3 cm
11.7 cm
Revised 08/17/2006
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
HL-20
Calculite® Compact Fluorescent Lensed Wall Washer
Page 1 of 2
8046
6" Aperture Triple Tube Wall Washer
2
5
7
10"
(254mm)
6 3/4"
(172 mm)
4 5/8"
(117mm)
6
3"
(76 mm)
12 3/4"
(324mm)
1" (25 mm) min.2-1/8" (54 mm) max.
4
5 3/4" (146 mm) Dia.
3 1 1/8" (29 mm) max.
Ceiling Thickness
1
7" Self-Flanged Trim
(178 mm)
Ceiling Cutout: 6 9/16" (167 mm) Dia.
Reflector Trim
Frame-In Kit
8046CLW
8046CLP
8046
S6132BU
Electronic
S6132BCU3 Universal Dimming
S6132BJUM7 Advance Mark7
Clear Iridescence Free, White Flange
Clear Iridescence Free, Polished Flange
Add suffix. See options for other finishes.
Lamp
120V - 277V
120V - 277V
120V - 277V
26 or 32W Triple Tube
4-Pin (Amalgam)
Features
Options and Accessories (continued)
1. Optics: Directional prismatic glass spread lens and Alzak® “kick” reflector
direct light smoothly across and down wall. Rotates for correct orientation.
Aperture cone with Iridescence Free finish.
2. Socket Cup: Effectively dissipates heat and positions lamp holder.
Snaps onto reflector neck to assure consistently correct optical alignment
without tools.
3. Mounting Frame: Galvanized steel for dry or plaster ceilings. Accepts other
6” Triple Tube reflectors (see S6132BU Spec Sheet).
4. Retaining Springs: Precision-tooled steel friction springs secure reflector to
mounting frame for quick, tool-less installation.
5. Mounting Brackets: 16 ga. steel. Adjust from inside of fixture. Use 3/4" or
1 1/2" lathing channel, 1/2" EMT, or optional mounting bars.
6. Ballast/J-Box: Electronic 120V-277V. UL listed for through branch circuit
wiring with max of (8) No. 12AWG, 90°c supply conductors. Outboard
mounted to reduce heat transfer and maintain lamp efficacy and life.
Service from below without tools.
7. Torsiontite Springs: Wire formed steel holds reflector/spread lens
assembly snug to housing.
Emergency
Chicago Plenum
Existing/Thk. Ceiling
Emergency Ltg. Kit
Mounting Bars & Accessories; see Specification Sheet MBA.
Sloped Ceiling Adapters; see Specification Sheet SCA.
IC Frame available; see C6CFL32 specification sheet.
Labels
UL listed for damp locations.
Alzak® is a registered trademark of ALCOA.
US Patent Pending.
Electrical
Note: For ballast electrical data and latest lamp/ballast compatibility refer to
“Ballast” specification sheet for complete electrical data.
UL listed for through branch circuit wiring with max of (8) No. 12 AWG, 90° C
supply conductors.
Job Information
Type:
Job Name:
Cat. No.:
Options and Accessories
Comfort Clear™ Finishes1
Clear
CCL
Diffuse
CCD
Champagne Bronze
CCZ
Pewter
CPW
Add suffix EM*
Use 6132BULC
FA EC6*
FA EM3E*
FA EM4E*
Fuse (slow blow)
Add suffix F
*See Spec. Sheets: FAEC, FAEM
Other Finishes
White
WH
Lamp(s):
Notes:
Specify desired flange. W White, P Polished, Blank - Molded Ring
1
Other Dimming:
S6132BJ1MX Advance MarkX, 120V
S6132BJ2MX Advance MarkX, 227V
S6132BJ1LD3 Lutron Hi-lume®, 120V
S6132BJ2LD3 Lutron Hi-lume®, 227V
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • C0406
HL-21
Calculite® Compact Fluorescent Lensed Wall Washer
Page 2 of 2
8046
6" Aperture Triple Tube Wall Washer
Lighting Data
Footcandles On Wall: Multiple 26w Units
2"
Footcandles On Wall: Multiple 32w Units
2"
3"
3'
3'
20 f.c.
26 f.c.
25 f.c.
19 f.c.
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
3' From Wall-3' On Center
7
13
14
14
12
10
9
8
7
6
12
14
14
12
11
9
8
7
7
13
14
14
12
10
9
8
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
19
23
20
15
12
9
8
6
6
12
19
19
15
12
9
8
6
6
19
23
20
15
12
9
8
6
6
3' From Wall-4' On Center
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6
11
11
11
9
8
7
6
6
4
9
10
10
9
8
7
6
6
6
11
11
11
9
8
7
6
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
33
48
38
28
20
15
12
10
8
30
46
38
28
20
15
12
10
8
33
48
38
28
20
15
12
10
8
3' From Wall-3' On Center
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
19
22
19
16
13
11
9
8
8
18
21
19
16
13
11
9
8
9
19
22
19
16
13
11
9
8
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
24
31
28
22
17
13
10
9
7
2' From Wall-3' On Center
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
27
36
26
19
14
11
9
7
6
16
27
25
19
14
11
9
7
6
27
36
26
19
14
11
9
7
6
3' From Wall-4' On Center
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
22
31
28
22
17
13
11
9
7
2' From Wall-2' On Center
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
24
31
28
22
17
13
10
9
7
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2' From Wall-3' On Center
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
2' From Wall-2' On Center
EXAMPLE: With multiple clear reflector units located 2' from wall and
spaced 3' on center, the illumination on the wall 3' down from ceiling
will be 26 f.c. beneath units and 25 f.c. between units.
Distance From Ceiling in Feet
EXAMPLE: With multiple clear reflector units located 2' from wall and
spaced 3' on center, the illumination on the wall 3' down from ceiling
will be 19 f.c. beneath units and 20 f.c. between units.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3"
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
8
16
17
15
12
10
8
7
6
5
12
15
14
12
10
8
7
6
8
16
17
15
12
10
8
7
6
Footcandle values are averaged and rounded off and based on minimum of five units.
Job Information
Type:
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • B0406
HL-21
[email protected]
Brand Name
Ballast Type
Starting Method
Lamp Connection
Input Voltage
Input Frequency
Status
Electrical Specifications
Lamp Type
Num.
of
Lamp
s
* CFTR26W/GX24Q
1
CFTR26W/GX24Q
2
Rated
Lamp
Watts
26
26
Min.
Start
Temp
(°F/C)
50/10
50/10
MARK 7 0-10V
Electronic Dimming
Programmed Start
Series
120-277
50/60 HZ
Active
Input
Current
(Amps)
Input Power
(Watts)
(min/max)
Ballast Factor
(min/max)
MAX
THD
%
Power
Factor
Lamp
Current
Crest Factor
B.E.F.
0.10
0.18
08/28
13/49
0.03/1.00
0.03/1.00
10
10
0.99
0.99
1.6
1.6
3.57
2.04
Wiring Diagram
Enclosure
WIRING: (2) QUAD/TRIPLE LAMPS
(1) QUAD/TRIPLE LAMP
GREEN
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
BALLASTYELLOW
Class 1 or VIOLET (+)
Class 2 Circuit GREY (-)
RED
10V, 0.5 mA
BLUE
{
RED
Green Terminal Must Be Grounded
Diag. 166
The wiring diagram that appears above is
for the lamp type denoted by the asterisk (*)
Enclosure Dimensions
Standard Lead Length (inches)
Black
White
Blue
Red
Yellow
Gray
Violet
in.
0
0
0
0
0
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
in.
Yellow/Blue
Blue/White
Brown
Orange
Orange/Black
Black/White
Red/White
cm.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
OverAll (L)
4.98 "
4 49/50
12.6 cm
Width (W)
3.00 "
3
7.6 cm
Height (H) Mounting (M)
1.18 "
4.60 "
1 9/50
4 3/5
3 cm
11.7 cm
Revised 02/13/2004
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representative of relative performance. Actual performance
can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications are subject to change without notice. All specifications are nominal unless otherwise noted.
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
HL-21
C6P38A
Calculite® Evolution Incandescent Adjustable Accent
Page 1 of 2
6" Aperture PAR38 Reflector Trim
18 1/8"
13 1/2"
9 1/2" DIA
9 1/2" DIA
C6D120
C6DA120
Non-IC
13 3/4" TO 24"
Adjustment
(Mounting Bars
Included)
13"
9 1/4"
15 3/8"
O.A.
9 1/4"
15 3/8"
O.A.
1
4
5
C6DAIC
Non-IC AirSeal®
3
IC AirSeal®
10 1/4"
13 3/4" TO 24"
Adjustment
(Mounting Bars
Included)
24 1/4"
O.A.
2
10 3/8"
11 1/8"
11 5/8"
11 1/4"
1/2" to 1" Thk. Ceiling
C6P38ACLW / C6DAIC
1 1/4" Max. Ceiling Thk.
* 11 1/8" min. is for up to 3/4" thick ceiling.
6" Dia.
7 1/4" Dia.
C6P38ACLW / C6D120 or
C6P38ACLW / C6DA120
Ceiling Cutout: 6 11/16" Dia.
Reflector Trim
C6P38A CLW
C6P38A CLP
C6P38A CLW30
C6P38A CLP30
C6P38A
Frame-In Kit
Specular Clear, White Flange
Specular Clear, Polished Flange
Specular Clear, White Flange (30° Cut)
Specular Clear, Polished Flange (30° Cut)
Add suffix. See options for other finishes
Features
1. Aperture Cone: 16 ga. aluminum. Slot cut cone opening cone minimizes
view into fixture. For maximum shielding order the 30° bias cut cone. Keyed
to lampholder assembly for true aiming of lamp through aperture center and to
prevent incorrect installation of cone. Available with painted white or polished
flange. Interchangeable with other Evolution 6" line voltage trims.
2. Lampholder Assembly: Die-cast aluminum “U” shape lamp and accessory
holder provided with tension springs for fast snap-in/snap-out side mounting
of lamp and various accessories. 40° vertical tilt, 360° horizontal rotation;
lockable. Can be relamped without disturbing aiming. Hot aiming can be done
with the blade of screwdriver. Accepts up to two 4 3/4" dia. accessories. Can
be relamped from above.
3. Socket Harness: Medium base porcelain socket with nickel
plated screw shell, No. 18 SF-1 leads to keyed plug-in quick connector for
power connection to junction box.
4. Vertical / Horizontal Locking: Single screw adjustment and locking
system.
5. Frame-In Kit: Compatible frame-In kits are listed above. See separate
frame-in kit specification sheets for details.
Non-IC and Non-IC AirSeal® - Insulation must be kept 3" away from fixture
sides and wiring compartments and must not be placed above fixture in a
manner which will entrap heat.
IC-AirSeal® - Fixture may be in direct contact with insulation.
Non-IC
Non-IC AirSeal®
IC-AirSeal®
C6D120
120W PAR38
C6DA120
120W PAR38
C6DAIC
90W PAR38
Options & Accessories (cont.)
Evolution 6” Trims with Non-IC Frames
C6P38A
1 Primary Color Lens or 1 Secondary Color Lens or
1 Mixing Color Lens and 1 Specialty Filter
C6P38A30
1 Primary Color Lens or 1 Secondary Color Lens or
1 Mixing Color Lens and 1 Specialty Filter
Labels
UL listed (suitable for damp locations), I.B.E.W.
US Patent No. 5,957,573. Other US and Foreign Patents Pending.
Job Information
Type:
Job Name:
Cat. No.:
Lamp(s):
Notes:
Options & Accessories
Reflector Finishes1
Clear: CL
Gold:
GD
White: WH
Black: BK
Pewter: CPW
Comfort Clear Diffuse:
CCD
Champagne Bronze:
CCZ
1
Specify desired flange: W White, P Polished For 30° bias cut cone, add suffix “30”.
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • B0406
HL-22
Calculite® Evolution Incandescent Adjustable Accent
Page 2 of 2
6" Aperture PAR38 Reflector Trim
PAR38 Halogen
Line Voltage Lamps
Lamps
45W PAR38
NSP
Beam Spread
(To 50% CBCP)
12˚
45W PAR38
FL
30˚
50W PAR38
NSP (HIR)
9˚
50W PAR38
FL (HIR)
2.5˚
60W PAR38
SP
10˚
60W PAR38
FL
30˚
60W PAR38
WFL (HIR)
53˚
90W PAR38
NSP
9˚
90W PAR38
SP
12°
90W PAR38
FL
28˚
90W PAR38
WFL
60°
100W PAR38
NFL (HIR)
100W PAR38
FL (HIR)
0° Aiming Angle
CBCP
Rated
Life (Hrs.)
10000
2500
5500
2500
1700
2500
14000
3000
3000
3000
17500
3000
3200
3000
1250
3000
19500
2500
14500
2500
4500
2500
1300
2500
29000
2500
7500
L
W
D
C
FC
L
W
D
8’
12’
16’
20’
6’
8’
10’
12’
4’
6’
8’
10’
8’
12’
16’
20’
6’
8’
10’
12’
8’
12’
16’
20’
6’
8’
10’
12’
3’
5’
7’
9’
156
69
39
25
153
86
55
38
106
47
27
17
219
97
55
35
83
47
30
21
273
12
68
44
89
50
32
22
139
50
26
15
1.3’
1.9’
2.5’
3.1’
1.3’
1.7’
2.1’
2.5’
2.1’
3.2’
4.3’
5.4’
1.3’
1.9’
2.5’
3.1’
2.7’
3.5’
4.4’
5.3’
1.4’
2.1’
2.8’
3.5’
3.2’
4.3’
5.4’
6.4’
3.0’
5.0’
7.0’
9.0’
1.3’
1.9’
2.5’
3.1’
1.3’
1.7’
2.1’
2.5’
2.1’
3.2’
4.3’
5.4’
1.3’
1.9’
2.5’
3.1’
2.7’
3.5’
4.4’
5.3’
1.4’
2.1’
2.8’
3.5’
3.2’
4.3’
5.4’
6.4’
3.0’
5.0’
7.0’
9.0’
7’
10’
13’
16’
5’
7’
9’
11’
3’
5’
7’
9’
7’
10’
13’
16’
5’
7’
9’
11’
7’
10’
13’
16’
5’
7’
9’
11’
3’
5’
7’
9’
4.0’
5.8’
7.5’
9.2’
2.9’
4.0’
5.2’
6.4’
1.7’
2.9’
4.0’
5.2’
4.0’
5.8’
7.5’
9.2’
2.9’
4.0’
5.2’
6.4’
4.0’
5.8’
7.5’
9.2’
2.9’
4.0’
5.2’
6.4’
1.7’
2.9’
4.0’
5.2’
133
65
38
25
143
73
44
30
123
44
23
14
186
91
54
36
78
40
24
16
232
114
67
44
83
42
26
17
90
32
17
10
1.5’
2.1’
2.7’
3.4’
1.4’
2.0’
2.5’
3.1’
2.2’
3.7’
5.1’
6.6’
1.5’
2.1’
2.7’
3.4’
3.0’
4.2’
5.4’
6.6’
1.6’
2.3’
3.0’
3.7’
3.7’
5.1’
6.6’
8.1’
4.3’
7.2’
10.1’
13.0’
1.3’
1.8’
2.4’
2.9’
1.2’
1.7’
2.2’
2.7’
1.9’
3.1’
4.3’
5.6’
1.3’
1.8’
2.4’
2.9’
2.6’
3.6’
4.6’
5.6’
1.4’
2.0’
2.6’
3.2’
3.1’
4.3’
5.6’
6.8’
3.5’
5.6’
8.1’
10.4’
10’
15’
20’
25’
8’
12’
16’
20’
6’
8’
10’
12’
3’
5’
7’
9’
10’
15’
20’
25’
195
87
49
31
227
101
57
36
125
70
45
31
144
52
27
16
290
129
73
46
1.6’
2.4’
2.4’
3.9’
1.7’
2.5’
3.4’
4.2’
3.0’
4.0’
5.0’
6.0’
3.5’
5.6’
8.1’
10.4’
1.7’
2.6’
3.5’
4.4’
1.6’
2.4’
2.4’
3.9’
1.7’
2.5’
3.4’
4.2’
3.0’
4.0’
5.0’
6.0’
3.5’
5.6’
8.1’
10.4’
1.7’
2.6’
3.5’
4.4’
8’
12’
16’
20’
7’
10’
13’
16’
5’
7’
9’
11’
3’
5’
7’
9’
8’
12’
16’
20’
4.6’
6.9’
9.2’
11.5’
4.0’
5.8’
7.5’
9.2’
2.9’
4.0
5.2’
6.4’
1.7’
2.9’
4.0’
5.2’
4.6’
6.9’
9.2’
11.5’
198
88
49
32
192
94
56
37
117
60
36
24
94
34
17
10
294
131
74
47
1.7’ 1.5’
2.5’ 2.2’
3.4’ 2.9’
4.2’ 3.6’
2.0’ 1.7’
2.8’ 2.4’
3.7’ 3.2’
4.5’ 3.9’
3.4’ 2.9’
4.8’ 4.0’
6.1’ 5.2’
7.5’ 6.3’
5.2’ 4.0’
6.7’ 6.7’
12.1’ 9.3’
15.6’ 12.0’
1.9’ 1.6’
2.8’ 2.4’
3.7’ 3.2’
4.7’ 4.0’
3’
4’
5’
6’
2’
3’
4’
5’
1’
2’
3’
4’
3’
4’
5’
6’
2’
3’
4’
5’
3’
4’
5’
6’
2’
3’
4’
5’
1’
2’
3’
4’
4’
6’
8’
10’
3’
4’
5’
6’
2’
3’
4’
5’
1’
2’
3’
4’
4’ 6.9’
6’ 10.4’
8’ 13.9’
10’ 17.3’
3000
7’
10’
13’
16’
153
75
44
29
3.4’
4.8’
6.2’
7.7’
3.4’
4.8’
6.2’
7.7’
6’
9’
12’
15’
3.5’
5.2’
6.9’
8.7’
135
60
34
22
3.9’
5.9’
7.8’
9.8’
3.3’
5.0’
6.7’
8.3’
2’
3’
4’
5’
3400
3000
6’
8’
10’
12’
94
53
34
24
4.4’
5.8’
7.3’
8.7’
4.4’
5.8’
7.3’
8.7’
5’
7’
9’
11’
2.9’
4.0’
5.2’
6.4’
88
45
27
18
5.1’
7.1’
9.1’
11.2’
4.2’
5.9’
7.8’
9.2’
2’
3’
4’
5’
25000
3000
5000
3000
2000
3000
10’
15’
20’
25’
6’
8’
10’
12’
4’
6’
8’
10’
250
111
63
40
139
78
50
35
125
56
31
20
1.7’
2.6’
3.5’
4.4’
3.2’
4.3’
5.4’
6.4’
3.7’
5.6’
7.5’
9.3’
1.7’
2.6’
3.5’
4.4’
3.2’
4.3’
5.4’
6.4’
3.7’
5.6’
7.5’
9.3’
8’ 4.6’
12’ 6.9’
16’ 9.2’
20’ 11.5’
5’ 2.9’
7’ 4.0’
9’ 5.2’
11’ 6.4’
3’ 1.7’
5’ 2.9’
7’ 4.0’
9’ 5.2’
254
113
63
41
130
66
40
27
144
52
27
16
1.9’
2.8’
3.7’
4.7’
3.7’
5.1’
6.6’
8.1’
4.0’
6.7’
9.4’
12.1’
1.6’
2.4’
3.2’
4.0’
3.1’
4.3’
5.6’
6.8’
3.2’
5.4’
7.5’
9.7’
27˚
40°
10˚
120W PAR38
FL
30˚
120W PAR38
WFL
50°
Accent Lighting
Performance Data
30° Aiming Angle
FC
10°
120W PAR38
NSP
30° Aiming Angle
D
8˚
45W PAR38
SP
100W PAR38
SP (HIR)
C6P38A
C
FC
L
W
1.9’
2.6’
3.2’
3.8’
1.7’
2.6’
3.5’
4.3’
2.7’
5.5’
8.2’
10.9’
1.9’
2.6’
3.2’
3.8’
4.2’
6.2’
8.3’
10.4’
2.1’
2.9’
3.6’
4.3’
5.5’
8.2’
10.9’
13.7’
15.7’
31.4’
47.1’
62.8’
2.6’
3.8’
5.1’
6.4’
2.6’
3.5’
4.3’
5.2’
4.9’
7.4’
9.8’
12.3’
*
*
*
*
0.9’
1.3’
1.6’
1.9’
0.8’
1.3’
1.7’
2.1’
1.1’
2.1’
3.2’
4.3’
0.9’
1.3’
1.6’
1.9’
1.8’
2.7’
3.5’
4.4’
1.0’
1.4’
1.7’
2.1’
2.1’
3.2’
4.3’
5.4’
2.0’
4.0’
6.0’
8.0’
1.3’
1.9’
2.5’
3.1’
1.3’
1.7’
2.1’
2.5’
2.0’
3.0’
4.0’
5.0’
2.3’
4.6’
6.9’
9.2’
227
101
57
36
2.9’
4.3’
5.7’
7.2’
1.4’
2.1’
2.8’
3.5’
3.5’
5.2’
6.9’
8.7’
234
104
59
38
4.6’
7.0’
9.3’
11.6’
1.9’
2.9’
3.6’
4.8’
3.5’
5.2’
6.9’
8.7’
106
47
27
17
9.7’
14.5’
19.3’
24.2’
2.9’
4.4’
5.8’
7.3’
4’ 6.9’
6’ 10.4’
8’ 13.9’
10’ 17.3’
2’ 3.5’
3’ 5.2’
4’ 6.9’
5’ 8.7’
1’ 1.7’
2’ 3.5’
3’ 5.2’
4’ 6.9’
195
87
49
31
156
69
39
25
250
63
28
16
2.9’
4.3’
5.7’
7.2’
5.5’
6.2’
10.9’
13.7’
10.7’
21.5’
32.2’
42.9’
1.4’
2.1’
2.8’
3.5’
2.1’
3.2’
4.3’
5.4’
1.9’
3.7’
5.6’
7.5’
5.2’ 139
6.9’
78
8.7’
50
10.4’ 35
3.5’ 172
5.2’
76
6.9’
43
8.7’
28
1.7’ 213
3.5’
53
5.2’
24
6.8’
13
5.2’ 194
6.9’ 109
8.7’
70
10.4’ 49
3.5’
94
5.2’
42
6.9’
23
8.7’
15
5.2’ 243
6.9’ 137
8.7’
88
10.4’ 61
3.5’ 100
5.2’
44
6.9’
25
8.7’
16
1.7’ 156
3.5’
39
5.2’
17
6.9’
10
6.9’ 152
10.4’ 60
13.9’ 38
17.3’ 24
5.2’ 201
6.9’ 113
8.7’
73
10.4’ 50
3.5’ 141
5.2’
63
6.9’
35
6.7’
23
1.7’ 163
3.5’
41
5.2’
16
6.9’
10
Job Information
(FC) is initial footcandles at center of
beam. Beam length (L) and beam
width (W) are to where the candlepower is reduced to 50% of the center beam candlepower.
CBCP is center beam candlepower.
(C) is distance to the center of the
beam.
Lamp data shown is typical, and is
based on bare lamp photometrics.
Contact lamp manufacturers for availability and performance.
Type:
Lightolier a Genlyte company
www.lightolier.com
631 Airport Road, Fall River, MA 02720 • (508) 679-8131 • Fax (508) 674-4710
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish.
© 2006 Genlyte Group LLC • B0406
HL-22
TIEMPO TM5
INDOOR
ARCHITECTURAL
LUMINAIRES
SURFACE MOUNT
REMOTE BALLAST
QUARTZ HALOGEN, CERAMIC METAL HALIDE
AND METAL HALIDE
ORDERING
FIXTURE
Quartz Halogen
TM501 500W Max Mini-Can
Ceramic Metal Halide
TM517 35W/39W CMH (T6, G12 Base)
TM522 70W CMH (T6, G12 Base)
TM523 100W CMH (T6, G12 Base)
TM527 150W CMH (T6, G12 Base)
MOUNTING
REFLECTOR
RCB
(1) Asymmetric
Indirect
Surface Mount
Remote
Ballast
VOLTS
1=120V
2=277V
(2) Asymmetric
Wallwash
7=347V
Quartz
Halogen
Available
in 120V
Only
Metal Halide
TM540 70W MH (E17, Med Base)
TM541 100W MH (E17, Med Base)
TM542 150/175W MH (E17, Med Base)
(Specify Wattage)
FINISH
W
BL
BR
N
S
G
SF
OPTIONS
Semi-Gloss White
Semi-Gloss Black
Semi-Gloss Bronze
Semi-Gloss Natural
Semi-Gloss Satin
Semi-Gloss Graphite
Specify Finish
(See Color Chart)
CC Custom Color
(Contact Factory)
VS
VP
GS
AL
SS
CF
CDF
UV
F
QEM
QL
CM-X
Solid Cutoff Visor
Perforated Cutoff Visor
External Louvered Visor
Adjustable Shutter
Adjustable Back Sawtooth Shield
“Fade Not” Visored Color Lens
Dichroic Visored Color Lens
UV Filter
HLR Fuseholder
Quartz Emergency Socket #
Quartz Restrike—Hot/Cold Relay #
Column Mount (X=Column Diameter)*
# DC Bayonet Lamp, 50W Maximum. Available With
TM517, TM522, TM523, TM527 Only.
* Consult Factory For Minimum Column Dia.
ORDERING EXAMPLE: TM517 / WCB / (1) / 1 / W / GS
SPECIFICATIONS
Housing Extruded aluminum housing with die cast end plates secured
to mounting bracket with a single fastener. Fastener is hidden inside of
lamp housing allowing for no visible hardware.
Lens Clear prismatic tempered glass lens. Lens is secured to an
anodized extruded aluminum frame. Lamp is maintained by a tool-less
doorframe with die cast aluminum latches that hinge in either direction for
ease of lamping and maintenance.
Reflector Die formed highly efficient unitized reflector systems
constructed of 95% specular anodized peened aluminum. Reflector can
be easily adjusted in field by hand rotating lamp housing to desired
position while illuminated.
FIXTURE
MOUNTING TYPE
TM5______
RCB
REFLECTOR
Wall Bracket: The wall bracket mounts to a standard 4-0 j-box (by
others). Additional structural support is required (by others).
Electrical Quartz Halogen is available in 120V only. All Metal
Halide ballasts are remote, high power factor, encased & potted,
thermally protected, class ‘B’ sound rated, and supplied with j-box
for thru wiring. Butterfly brackets supplied for T-bar ceiling
mounting.
Labels Underwriters Laboratories and Canadian
C
VOLTS
FINISH
US
OPTIONS
APPROVED:
JOB NAME:
TYPE:
TEL: 505 345-0888 FAX: 505 345-3838
www.insightlighting.com
TM5-QH-MH-RCB
06-03-REV2
Page 1 of 1
HL-23
Metal
Halide
Lamp Ballast
Catalog Number 71A5005P
For 35/39W M130
60 Hz HX-HPF
Status: Active
DIMENSIONS AND DATA
INPUT VOLTS
2 X 4 CORE
120
HX-HPF
CIRCUIT TYPE
90%
POWER FACTOR (min)
REGULATION
5.10 "
4.50"
Line Volts
±5%
±10%
Lamp Watts
0.7"
1.0"
A
LINE CURRENT (Amps)
B
MAX.
Operating...................................................
0.50
Open Circuit...............................................
1.10
Starting......................................................
0.45
UL TEMPERATURE RATINGS
H(180°C)
Insulation Class
0.25" WIDE
2 SLOTS
1029
Coil Temperature Code
MIN. AMBIENT STARTING TEMP.
230
NOM. OPEN CIRCUIT VOLTAGE
4.10"
A
-20°F or -30°C
INPUT VOLTAGE AT LAMP DROPOUT...........................
100
55
INPUT WATTS
RECOMMENDED FUSE (Amps).....................................
3
CORE and COIL
2.15"
2.25"
Dimension (A)
0.83
Dimension (B)
1.70
2
Weight (lbs.)
12"
Lead Lengths
CAPACITOR REQUIREMENT
28.0
120
Microfarads
Volts (min.)
5.10
Fault Current Withstand (amps)
60 Hz TEST PROCEDURES (Refer to Advance Test
Capacitor: 7C280M12
Procedure for HID Ballasts - Form 1270)
High Potential Test (Volts)
2000
1 minute
2500
2 seconds
205-255
Open Circuit Voltage Test (Volts)
Short-Circuit Current Test (Amps)
0.60-0.75
Secondary Current
Input Current..............................................
0.30
-
-
-
-
0.50
Wiring Diagram:
Capacitance:
Dia/Oval Dim:
Height:
Temp Rating:
Ignitor: LI533-H4
LINE
28
1.5
2.9
105°C
LAMP
X3
X1
IGNITOR
CAP OPTIONAL
X2
COM
LAMP
COM
Fig. F
Typical Ordering Information
Ballast to Lamp Distance
(BTL) = 15 feet
Temp Rating: 105°C
(please call Advance for suffix availability)
Order Suffix
Description
500D.
Ballast With Ignitor and Dry Film Capacitor
510D.
Ballast w/Welded Bracket, Ignitor, & Dry Film Capacitor
Data is based upon tests performed by Advance Transformer in a controlled environment and representitive of relative performance.
600.
Ballast
and Ignitor,
No without
Capacitor
Actual performance can vary depending on operating conditions. Specifications
are subject
to change
notice.
610.
Ballast with Welded Bracket and Ignitor, No Capacitor
ADVANCE
O'HARE INTERNATIONAL CENTER · 10275 WEST HIGGINS ROAD · ROSEMONT, IL 60018
Customer Support/Technical Service: Phone: 800-372-3331 · Fax: 630-307-3071
Corporate Offices: Phone: 800-322-2086
06/22/00
HL-23
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement