Osram Complete Catalog

Osram Complete Catalog
Lamp & Ballast Product Catalog
Table of Contents
See the World in a New Light
I
Product Selection Guide
II–III
®
V–VI
ECOLOGIC
Energy and the Cost of Lighting
VII
mySYLVANIA.com
VIII
Glossary of Terms
IX–XI
SYLVANIA Incandescent Lamps
1
SYLVANIA Tungsten Halogen Lamps
34
SYLVANIA Miniature Lamps
58
SYLVANIA High Intensity Discharge (HID) Lamps
62
SYLVANIA Fluorescent Lamps
95
SYLVANIA Compact Fluorescent Lamps
105
Starters
138
SYLVANIA Electronic Ballasts
144
SYLVANIA Magnetic Fluorescent Ballasts
155
SYLVANIA Magnetic HID Ballasts
160
OSRAM Photo-Optic Specialty Lamps
171
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OSRAM PLANON Lamps
239
OSRAM LED Lamp Modules
240
Product Warranties
266
Manufacturers’ Cross Reference
272
Index
298
Important Notice
The data and suggested applications contained in this catalog, as well as any additional information our
representatives may be able to furnish, are for general information only and are not intended and should not
be taken as representations or warranties as to the suitability of a lamp for any particular application or use in
any particular equipment, nor are our representatives authorized to make any such representations or give any
such warranties. Applications and conditions of use are many and varied and beyond our control. We do not
have the same degree of knowledge that the purchaser has with respect to the design of his equipment and
the conditions of its use. Therefore, it is up to the purchaser to make his own determination as to the suitability
of a lamp for his intended application or use and to assume responsibility for that determination.
The OSRAM SYLVANIA Test and Measurement Laboratory is a participant in the Energy Efficient Lighting (EEL)
Program of the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP-NIST) and is accredited for testing
of lighting products according to the guidelines for the EEL Program. OSRAM SYLVANIA lamp and ballast
measurements are conducted under laboratory conditions utilizing American National Standards Institute
(ANSI), Canadian Standards Association (CSA), Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage (CIE), and Illuminating
Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) standards and practices. The OSRAM SYLVANIA Electronic
Component and Systems Development Group participate in the Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Client Test Data
Program. Ballast designs are tested for conformance to Underwriters Laboratory (UL) safety standards using
practices audited, assessed and approved by UL. Actual lamp and ballast performance may vary depending on
application and environment (i.e. ambient temperature, input voltage, ballast type, etc.)
OSRAM SYLVANIA claims to supply the best possible products at all times. For this reason, OSRAM SYLVANIA
reserves the right to make changes in its products when it believes such changes will improve its products.
OSRAM SYLVANIA designs and manufactures lamps and ballasts to meet American National Standard Institutes
(ANSI) and/or IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) standards of construction and performance
through Total Quality Manufacturing (TQM) practices where applicable. In addition, ballasts are designed and
manufactured to meet Underwriters Laboratory (UL) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) safety standards
as necessary. Ratings may change as a result of changes made to remain compliant with modified or updated
standards. OSRAM SYLVANIA will release new or updated technical bulletins when appropriate. All product data
presented in this catalog supersedes all data published before 2/4/04.
The specifications and information shown in this catalog are believed to be accurate. Although OSRAM
SYLVANIA believes this information to be correct, no warranty is made or implied as to the accuracy of this
information and OSRAM SYLVANIA does not accept or assume responsibility of liability for errors, changes,
omissions, or for harm resulting therefrom.
In accordance with our established policy to consistently improve our products, the specifications contained
herein are subject to change without notice.
Many OSRAM SYLVANIA products listed in this catalog qualify under the North American Free Trade Agreement
(NAFTA) as manufactured in Canada, the United States of America or Mexico.
IV
OSRAM SYLVANIA’s innovative program of environmental responsibility—
ECOLOGIC®—was designed as a thorough approach to reducing the
environmental impact of our processes, packaging and products.
Today, ECOLOGIC is even more comprehensive, having evolved to
include other elements of sustainability, such as source reduction
and reuse, recycling and recyclability, and environmental management
systems in product manufacturing.
Sustainability in Action
Energy
For our customers, installing energy-efficient lighting is one of the most effective, sustainable
design strategies available today. Reduced energy usage means reduced utility emissions, which
means reduced environmental impact.
At OSRAM SYLVANIA we have long been the energy-efficient product innovators. We were first with
high performance T8 fluorescent lamps in North America. In 1981 we introduced the SYLVANIA
OCTRON® family of fluorescent lamps, ushering in a new era of lighting efficiency. For years we
have offered our customers optimal design and energy performance with The SYSTEM SOLUTION™
concept-- our inventive offering of energy-efficient SYLVANIA lamps and ballasts. By bringing lamp
and ballast development under one roof, we have been able to design SYLVANIA lighting systems
that optimize energy savings without sacrificing other elements of performance.
V
SYLVANIA ECO® Products
Source Reduction and Reuse
OSRAM SYLVANIA pioneered the use of lead-free solders and welded lamp bases, as well as the use of lead-free glass in high intensity
discharge (HID) light sources. We have eliminated lead solder in the
majority of SYLVANIA general purpose incandescent A-19, B-10, and
globe-shaped lamp products; most of our halogen lamp types are
lead-free. We also offer the only lead-free, mercury-free high-pressure sodium lamp on the market, and have won acclaim from the
lighting community for this research and development breakthrough.
ECOLOGIC® is more than just a single product
solution to today’s environmental issues;
SYLVANIA ECO products comprise an entire
family of lighting options guided by our unique
life-cycle approach to product development.
Since 1990, OSRAM SYLVANIA has joined the lamp industry in
reducing mercury content in total U.S. lamp shipments by 67%,
and in four-foot fluorescent lamps by an average of 80%. Our New
Hampshire plants have instituted innovative programs to reclaim
unused metal halide and high-pressure sodium arc tubes.
This approach places strict environmental focus
on all stages of lamp life, driving our continual
search for improvement—and we have more
Over the past 15 years, OSRAM SYLVANIA’s packaging department
has aggressively pursued source reduction strategies, reducing the
thickness and combined weight of both primary and secondary packaging for all of our products. Through advanced computer software
and scientific methods, we have optimized packaging systems from
primary through secondary to unit load, saving packaging materials,
pallets, fuel, transportation, and warehouse space, without compromising shipping performance. These benefits extend through the
entire supply chain. Our lamp components and highest volume packaging raw materials are typically shipped in re-usable containers, and
all packaging is printed using organic soy-based (non-solvent) inks.
ECO products than any other lamp manufacturer
in North America.
SYLVANIA ECO products are engineered to pass the
Federal TCLP test for hazardous waste determination:
•
Tested in accordance with EPA SW846
•
Prepared for testing in accordance with
NEMA LL series standards
Recycling Philosophy
ECO products also feature some or all of the following:
OSRAM SYLVANIA publicly promotes recycling as the preferred method
of lamp disposal. As a matter of policy, our own warehouse and manufacturing locations recycle broken lamps. When our SYLVANIA Lighting
Services personnel complete lighting retrofits or maintenance calls, we
ship all spent mercury-containing lamps to a bona-fide lamp recycler
for processing. Furthermore, we encourage distributors and retailers
of our SYLVANIA products to offer lamp-recycling programs to their
customers, thereby reducing the burden on the solid waste stream.
• Reduction or elimination of toxic materials
• Lamp bases using lead-free solders
• Welded lamp bases
• Lead-free glass in HID products
• Precision dosing systems ensuring consistent
low mercury content
• Performance equal to or better than standard,
non-ECO products
Recycled and Recyclable Materials
• ECO-friendly packaging, using recycled materials
and soy-based inks
We use only recycled mercury in our energy-efficient fluorescent
and HID products. 95% of SYLVANIA packaging comes from renewable resources, and 90% of high volume packaging is made from
post-consumer or post-industrial recycled materials. Virtually all of our
lamp packaging is recyclable.
• Permanent ECO identifier printed on lamp
or stamped into metal base
• Long life with sustained performance
• High efficacy
OSRAM SYLVANIA recommends that all mercury-containing lamps
that are discarded by non-residential users should be recycled,
regardless of any exemptions that users may have under their state
or local laws. Information about lamp recycling, and individual state
rules for lamp disposal, can be found at www.lamprecycle.org.
VI
Energy and the Cost of Lighting
Inefficient lighting systems waste energy and money. In a typical commercial
application, lighting can represent 30-50 percent of operating costs. An investment in energy efficient lighting systems from OSRAM SYLVANIA can reduce
these costs and offer an excellent return on investment.
Calculating Costs
Annual Energy Cost Savings Worksheet
Lighting represents 30 to 50 percent of operating costs in a typical
installation. Electricity alone represents 86 percent of those costs,
on average, with 11 percent going to maintenance and only 3 percent actually being spent on lighting hardware. Obviously, selecting
the most energy efficient lighting systems is the key to getting the
best possible return on your lighting investment.
Use this 3-part calculation to determine the estimated annual
energy cost savings resulting from an upgrade of one lamp
or system type throughout a facility. This annual cost savings
figure may be compared with the cost of the upgrade to
determine simple payback and rate of return (ROR).
NOTE: For fluorescent systems, substitute “lamp” with
“system” or “fixture” so that ballast watts are included.
Minimize Operating Costs
1.
Understanding the basic equations of lighting economics makes it
easy to see that long-term operating costs are the most important
cost factor, not the initial investment in lamps, ballasts or other
hardware. In both retrofits and new installations, it is the overall
reductions in energy costs which pay back the initial investment
and provide substantial long-term returns.
Compute the total
power (kilowatts,
kW) saved by
upgrading older
lamps to energy
saving SYLVANIA
replacements
Original
Lamp Wattage
Replacement
Lamp Wattage
–
Watts Saved
per Lamp
# of Lamps
to Replace
X
$125 ___
DULUX® Lamps
Offer Significant
Savings
$100 ___
Energy
Cost
$100
÷
Net
Savings
$76
2.
$75 ____
Over the long service life of
DULUX compact fluorescent
lamps, their low energy usage
provides a substantial return
on investment compared to
incandescent lamps with an
equivalent light output (savings
based on $0.10 per kWh).
$50 ____
Energy
Cost
$23
$25 ____
Lamp Cost
$16.50*
(10 X $1.65)
Lamp Cost
$17.50*
100W Incandescent
DULUX EL 23W
* approximate retail cost
Compute the total
energy (kilowatt
hours, kWh) saved
annually by
performing this
upgrade
1000
Total Kilowatts
Saved
Hours of Use
per Day
Days of Use
per Week
Weeks of Use
per Year
=
X
X
X
3.
SYLVANIA OCTRON® QUICKTRONIC®
System Solutions Provide Substantial Savings
Compute the
total energy cost
savings per year
$200
Total Watts
Saved
Total Kilowatts
Saved
Total kWh
Saved per Year
Your Energy Cost
per kWh (typically $0.10)
=
X
Total Energy Cost
Savings per Year
$
$150
Initial Cost
of Lighting Upgrade
Simple Payback
÷
$100
Total Energy Cost
Savings per Year
$50
Years
$0
YEAR:
-$50
0
1
2
3
4
5
Payback Period
6
7
8
9
Rate of Return
(ROR)
10
Net Savings
÷
%
Compared with a conventional F40T12 SS 4-lamp magnetic system, a SYLVANIA OCTRON
FO32T8/QUICKTRONIC 32 LP System Solution can return more than $200 in energy savings
over a 10-year period (savings based on $0.10 per kWh operated 4000 hours/year).
VII
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Simple Payback
We invite you to visit us online at www.mySYLVANIA.com/register to learn about the many
lighting solutions available for today’s modern lighting applications. Good lighting is more
than just pleasing to the eye. It’s a smart, cost-effective way to improve both safety and
productivity in the workplace. With SYLVANIA products, you can actually cut your lighting
costs and save on lamp replacement and labor costs while improving lighting quality. We
understand the needs of the commercial marketplace and have developed a wide variety of
lighting solutions specifically designed for you. Your portal features:
•
Your Resource Solution Site
•
Energy Savings Calculator
•
Electronic Catalog
•
Product Specification
•
Industry Links
•
ECOLOGIC® Certification Program
•
Training
•
Energy Saver Certification Program
•
Transaction Details for Partners
VIII
Product Catalog Glossary of Terms
Ampere A unit expressing the rate of flow of
electric current.
ANSI (American National Standards
Institute) The organization that develops
voluntary guidelines and produces performance
standards for the electrical and other industries.
Audible Noise (Sound) All fluorescent lamp
ballasts produce some noise. Most OSRAM
SYLVANIA brand ballasts are sound rated A (up
to 75% quieter than magnetic types) and are
acceptable for most applications. Care should
be taken when mounting the ballast to reduce
vibration.
Average Rated Life An average rating, in hours,
indicating when 50% of a large group of lamps
have failed, when operated at nominal lamp voltage and current; manufacturers use 3 hours per
start for fluorescent lamps and 10 hours per start
for HID lamps when performing lamp life testing
procedures; every lamp type has a unique mortality curve that depicts its average rated life. For
Photo-Optic specialty lamps, average rated life
refers to the operating period after which on statistical average, 50% of the lamps will perform within
their specified values.
Ballast A device used with an electric discharge
lamp to obtain the necessary circuit conditions
(voltage, current and waveform) for starting and
operating; all fluorescent and HID light sources
require a ballast for proper operation. Dimming
ballasts are special ballasts which, when used
together with a dimmer, will vary the light output of
a lamp. OSRAM Photo-Optic discharge lamps are
either designed for AC operation (sine wave and/or
square wave with recommended operational frequencies below 1KHz) or DC operation (current
regulated or power regulated). Please see OSRAM
lamp specifications for correct ballast or electronic
control gear selection.
Ballast Basics Ballasts have two primary functions: 1) start the lamp and 2) control operation
of the lamp once it has started. High frequency
electronic ballasts operate lamps more efficiently
and eliminate the hum and visible flicker normally
associated with standard magnetic ballasts.
Electronic ballasts also typically have better power
quality than magnetic ballasts.
Ballast Efficacy Factor (BEF) Ballast factor (as
a whole number) divided by input power (watts).
Used to measure the level of efficiency of similar
ballast models. For example, the OSRAM SYLVANIA QT2X32IS which has a ballast factor of 0.90
and input watts of 59 (BEF= 90/59 = 1.53), is
more efficient than electronic ballasts with ballast
factor of 0.875 and input watts of 62 (BEF=1.41).
Ballast Factor (BF) The measured ability of a
particular ballast to produce light from the lamp(s)
it powers; ballast factor is derived by dividing the
lumen output of a particular lamp/ballast combination by the lumen output of the same lamp(s) on a
reference ballast.
Ballast Fusing (See Fusing.)
Ballast Life OSRAM SYLVANIA ballasts are
designed to have an average life expectancy of
60,000 hours. To maximize life, ambient temperature
should be kept as low as possible. It is also important to maintain effective dissipation of heat using the
lighting fixture as a heatsink for the ballast enclosure.
Ballast Losses Power consumed by a
ballast that dissipates as heat instead of being
converted into light. Electronic ballasts operate
more efficiently than magnetic or hybrid ballasts. A
typical ballast loss for a standard two lamp energy
saving magnetic ballast is 12 watts, where an
electronic equivalent would only be 7 watts.
Ballast Types There are three types of lighting
ballasts: 1) Magnetic: an inefficient device that
uses a core and coil assembly transformer to
perform the minimum functions required to start
and operate the lamp; 2) Hybrid or “low frequency
electronic”: essentially a magnetic ballast with a
few electronic components that switch off voltage
to the lamp coil once the lamp has started. A minimal increase in efficiency is obtained via more
expensive magnetic core material and the absence
of power to the lamp coils during operation; 3) High
frequency electronic: a ballast that operates lamps
at frequencies above 20,000 Hz. Maximum efficiency is obtained through the use of electronic circuitry
and optimum lamp operating characteristics.
Base The lamp base mechanically holds the lamp
in place in the application. The lamp base directly
or indirectly (via a cable or lead-in wires) conducts
electricity from the circuit to the lamp and can be
designed to dissipate heat. Lamp bases should be
operated within specified temperature ranges.
Beam Angle The angle between the two directions for which the intensity (candlepower) is 50%
of the maximum intensity as measured in a plane
through the nominal beam centerline (center beam
candlepower).
Beam Spread In any plane, the angle between
the two directions in the plane in which the candlepower is equal to a stated percent of the maximum candlepower in the beam.
Black Body (Planckian radiator) An ideal
thermal radiator whose SPD curve is defined by its
temperature in Kelvin and whose color coordinates
lie exactly on the Planckian curve.
Brightness (See Luminance.)
Bulb Hard, soft or quartz glass enclosure, which
can contain a vacuum, elemental inert gas or
metal and a means of light generation (filament or
electrodes).
Candela (cd) The unit of measure indicating the
luminous intensity (candlepower) of a light source
in a specific direction; any given light source will
have many different intensities, depending upon
the direction considered.
Candlepower Distribution A curve that represents the variation in luminous intensity (expressed
in candelas) in a plane through the light center of a
lamp or luminaire; each lamp or lamp/luminaire
combination has a unique set of candlepower distributions that indicate how light will be spread.
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Center Beam Candlepower (CBCP) The
intensity of light produced at the center of a
reflector lamp beam, expressed in candelas.
Chromaticity The aspect of color that includes
consideration of its dominant wavelength and purity.
Color Rendering Index (CRI) The Color
Rendering Index (CRI) measures the effect a light
source has on the perceived color of objects and
surfaces. High CRI light makes virtually all colors
look natural and vibrant. Low CRI causes some
colors to appear washed out or even to take on a
completely different hue.
Color Temperature (CT) Color temperature,
which is measured in Kelvin, indicates whether a
lamp has a warm, midrange or cool color appearance. “Warm” light sources have a low color temperature (2000-3000K) and feature more light in
the red/orange/yellow range. Light with a higher
color temperature (>5000K) features more blue light
and is referred to as “cool.”
Compact Fluorescent Lamps Compact
fluorescent lamps employ small diameter tubes that
are bent so they begin and end in a single base.
This allows them to be produced in a wide variety
of configurations, greatly extending the applications for fluorescent lighting.
Correlated Color Temperature (CCT)
A specification of the color appearance of a
lamp, relating its color to that of a reference
source, black body radiator, heated to a particular temperature, measured in degrees Kelvin (K);
CCT generally measures the “warmth” or “coolness” of light source appearance.
Current A measure of the rate of flow of
electricity, expressed in amperes (A).
Description (See Ordering Abbreviation.)
Design Amperes The approximate current
which the lamp will draw at design volts.
Directional Lighting Illumination on the workplane or on an object predominantly from a single
direction.
Double-Ended Lamps that have two bases
opposite one another for series electrical connection, mechanical mounting and heat dissipation.
Efficacy The rate at which a lamp is able to convert power (watts) into light (lumens), expressed in
lumens per watt (LPW or lm/W). See also LPW
Performance.
Electronic Control Systems (See Ballast.)
EMI/RFI Electronic Ballasts contain circuits that
limit electrical noise conducted onto the power line
or radiated through the air, otherwise referred to as
EMI/RFI. OSRAM SYLVANIA ballasts comply with
FCC 47 CFR Part 18, non-consumer limits for
commercial applications. Ballasts for residential
application must meet consumer limits. OSRAM
SYLVANIA has a complete line of magnetic ballasts for residential use.
Energy A measure of work done by an electrical
system over a given period of time, often
expressed in kilowatt-hours (kWh).
Hertz (Hz) A unit of frequency equal to one cycle
per second; see frequency.
Filament A tungsten wire purposely positioned
Lamps in which an arc passing between two electrodes in a pressurized tube causes various metallic
additives to vaporize and release large amounts of
light. All HID lamps offer outstanding energy efficiency and service life. Metal halide lamps also
offer good to excellent color rendering index (CRI).
inside a lamp bulb, that when heated electrically
generates radiation in the visible, infrared and ultraviolet ranges. Tungsten material is most often
used, as it has great tensile strength, is very
durable, and can be heated very near its melting
point without evaporating rapidly. Lamp filaments
are offered in a variety of designs optimized for
specific applications.
Fixture (See Luminaire.)
Floodlight A reflector lamp with a relatively wide
beam pattern. Also a luminaire consisting of lamp
and reflector at fixed distance providing a wide
field of illumination.
Fluorescent Lamp A low pressure mercury
vapor discharge light source. The electric discharge
generates ultra-violet (UV) energy, which is absorbed
by a phosphor and converted to visible light.
Focal Distance The distance between a lamp
(light producing element) and the focal point of
the reflector surrounding it. Lamp alignment can
be adjusted to influence both illumination and
color quality. Sometimes referred to as “working
distance”.
High-Intensity Discharge (HID) Lamps
Hot Ignition The restarting of a previously
operating lamp shortly after turn-off. Hot ignition
is a high performance feature in many OSRAM
SYLVANIA discharge lamp types.
Illuminance Light arriving at a surface, expressed
in lumens per unit area; 1 lumen per square foot
equals 1 footcandle, while 1 lumen per square
meter equals 1 lux.
Incandescent Lamp A light source using
the principle of incandescence. When an electric
current passes through a filament wire (usually tungsten), the heated wire glows. Filaments of standard
incandescent lamps are enclosed in a vacuum or
gas-filled bulb. They provide low initial cost, good
color rendition and excellent optical control.
Instant Start (IS) Instant start ballasts apply high
Frequency The number of times per second that
an alternating current system reverses from positive to negative and back to positive, expressed in
cycles per second or hertz (Hz).
voltage across the lamp with no preheating of the
cathode. This is the most energy efficient starting
method for fluorescent lamp ballasting. IS ballasts
use 1.5 to 2 watts less per lamp than rapid start
ballast. Other IS ballast benefits typically include
parallel lamp circuitry, longer remote wiring distance, easier installation due to less complicated
wiring, and capability to start lamps at 0 degrees
(versus 50 degrees F for rapid start).
Fusing All QUICKTRONIC® ballasts contain
K-Factor A measurement that quantifies the
Footcandle (fc) A unit of illuminance equal to
1 lumen per square foot.
Glow to Arc Transition In order to achieve full
effect of non-linear equipment, such as lighting
ballasts, on an electrical system. Lighting systems
should be designed so that the transformer rating
is sufficient for the ballast used (typically K-factor
<4). All OSRAM SYLVANIA ballasts meet this
specification.
rated lamp life, a ballast should start a lamp so
that the time from when the lamp begins to glow
to the time the lamp arc strikes should be as short
as possible. OSRAM SYLVANIA instant start ballasts typically accomplish this task within 50 msec.
Lamp Manufactured light source, synonymous
with light bulb; the three broad categories of
electric lamps are incandescent, fluorescent
and high-intensity discharge.
Grounding The ballast case and fixture must
Lamp Current Crest Factor (LCCF) The ratio
inherent electrical protection. Although there is
no need to externally fuse the ballast, should
code or regulation require one, 3 amp slow blow
fuses are recommended.
always be grounded. The grounding helps assure
safety, proper lamp starting, and acceptable EMI/RFI
performance. Install ballast in accordance with national and local electric codes.
of peak lamp current to the RMS (average) lamp
current. Lamp manufacturers require a LCCF of
less than 1.70 in order to achieve full lamp life.
Halogen Lamps High pressure tungsten
always consult federal, state, local and/or provincial
hazardous waste disposal rules and regulations to
ensure proper disposal.
filament lamps containing halogen gases. The
halogen gases allow the filaments to operate at
higher efficacies than incandescent lamps.
Halogen lamps also provide brighter, whiter light
with better color characteristics, longer service
life and improved energy efficiency.
Harmonic An electrical frequency that is an
integer multiple of the fundamental frequency; for
example, if 60 Hz is the fundamental frequency,
then 120 Hz is the second harmonic and 180 Hz
is the third harmonic. Some electronic devices,
such as ballasts or power supplies, can cause
harmonic distortion, directly affecting power quality.
Lamp Disposal When disposing of spent lamps,
Lamp Flicker Cyclic variation in output of a light
source. High frequency electronic ballasts provide
a minimal level of lamp flicker. Lamp flicker from
magnetic ballasts may cause eye fatigue for some
people.
Lamp Fuse Wire or device designed to protect a
lamp from over-voltage or over-current conditions.
OSRAM requires that all Photo-Optic lamps be
fused in their applications to prevent lamp overpowering. Certain lamps contain their own internal
fuse. Please ensure lamps in your specific application are fused with respect to their power source.
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Lamp Lumen Depreciation Factor (LLDF)
The multiplier to be used in illumination calculations to relate the initial rated output of light
sources to the anticipated minimum rated output
based on the relamping program to be used.
(See Lumen Depreciation and Mean Lumens.)
Lens A glass or plastic element used in luminaires
to change the direction and control the distribution
of light rays.
Light Radiant energy that is capable of producing
a visual sensation.
Light Center Length (LCL) The distance from
a specified reference point on a lamp base
to its light center.
Light Loss Factor (LLF) A factor used in
calculating illuminance after a given period of time
and under given conditions. It takes into account
temperature and voltage variations, dirt accumulation on luminaire and room surfaces, lamp depreciation, maintenance procedures and atmosphere
conditions. Formerly called maintenance factor.
Low Temperature Starting QUICKTRONIC®
instant start and programmed rapid start electronic ballasts have the capability to start fluorescent
lamps at temperatures down to 0°F providing the
following conditions are met: 1. The ballast is
operated at rated nominal line voltage; 2. Ballast
cannot be tandem/remote wired for low temperature starting applications. Please note, starting
time may increase at 0°F ambient temperatures.
Enclosed fixtures are recommended as fluorescent lamps have reduced light output at cooler
ambient temperatures. (See specifications for
each model’s starting temperature rating.)
LPW Performance Lumens Per Watt. The
number of lumens produced by a light source for
each watt of electrical power supplied to the light
source. Also see Efficacy.
Lumen Depreciation The decrease in lumen
output of a light source over time; every lamp type
has a unique lumen depreciation curve (sometimes
called a lumen maintenance curve) depicting the
pattern of decreasing light output. See Lamp Lumen
Depreciation Factor, LLDF and Mean Lumens.
Lumen Maintenance (See Lumen Depreciation.)
Lumens (lm) A unit of luminous flux; overall light
output; quantity of light, expressed in lumens. For
example, a dinner candle provides about 12
lumens and a 60-watt soft white incandescent
lamp provides about 840 lumens.
Luminaire A light fixture; the complete lighting
unit, including lamp, reflector, ballast, socket,
wiring, diffuser and housing.
Luminaire Efficiency The ratio of luminous flux
(lumens) emitted by a luminaire to that emitted by
the lamp or lamps used therein.
Luminance (L) Light reflected in a particular
direction; the photometric quantity most closely
associated with brightness perception, measured
in units of luminous intensity (candelas) per unit
area (square feet or square meters).
Luminance Contrast The relationship between
the luminances of an object and its immediate
background.
Luminance Ratio The ratio between the
luminances of any two areas in the visual field.
PAR Lamps Pressed aluminized reflector lamp,
with the outer bulb formed from two pressed glass
parts that are fused or sealed together. PAR lamps
may be incandescent, halogen, or HID types.
Parallel vs. Series Wiring configurations for bal-
Lux (lx) A unit of illuminance equal to 1 lumen
per square meter.
Maximum Case Temperature All OSRAM
SYLVANIA electronic ballasts have a maximum
allowable case temperature of 70°C and 90°C
for magnetic fluorescent ballasts. Applications
in which the case temperature exceeds this
maximum void all warranties.
lasts. Ballasts with parallel lamp circuitry have the
benefit of companion lamps remaining lit, even if
one of the lamps operated by the ballast should
fail. Systems with series lamp wiring (magnetic
ballasts and many rapid start electronic types)
result in all lamps operated on the ballast going
out if one should fail.
Photo-Optic Specialty Lamps Photo-Optic
length of a lamp, from top of bulb to bottom
of base.
specialty lamps employ a variety of technologies
to meet the very precise levels of performance
required by the entertainment industry, science,
medical and other high-tech fields.
Mean Lumens Lumen output of a light source
Power The rate at which energy is taken from
after the source has been used. Mean lumen
values for fluorescent and HID lamps are typically
measured at 40% of their rated lives. Most high
pressure sodium and mercury lamps are measured at 50% of their rated lives. All measurements
are made on ANSI reference ballasts. Mean
lumens are not typically measured for incandescent and tungsten halogen lamps.
an electrical system or dissipated by a load,
expressed in watts (W); power that is generated by
a utility is typically expressed in volt-amperes (VA).
Mean Spherical Candela (MSCD) The average
value of the luminous intensity of a light source
in all directions. To convert MSCD to Lumens,
multiply by 4π (12.57).
Preheat A class of fluorescents requiring a starter,
which allows the lamp and filaments to be properly
heated before allowing the ballast to supply the
correct current flow.
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
Product Number (See NAED.)
Maximum Overall Length (MOL) The total
A calculation of ballast life based on thermal
conditions, component values, and circuit
characteristics used to develop relative predictions of ballast life. OSRAM SYLVANIA uses
methodology that typically provides a 1:10 actual
life prediction based on MTBF calculations.
NAED A five-digit number used to identify a specific OSRAM SYLVANIA lamp. This NAED number
in this catalog is labeled Product Number and
should be used when ordering OSRAM SYLVANIA
products. NAED is the abbreviation for National
Association of Electrical Distributors.
Nanometer (nm) A unit of length equal to 10
-9
meters; commonly used as a unit of wavelength.
Nominal Watts Wattage used to describe a
lamp. Also see Power and Watt.
OFR Abbreviation for “ozone free” technology.
Lamps with the designation OFR do not generate
ozone during operation.
Operating Position Some lamps are specified/
designed to be operated in certain positions, i.e.,
horizontal or base up.
Ordering Abbreviation Provides a shorthand
description of the lamp, using a unique code
which can be used when ordering a lamp if the
Product Number is not known. An example would
be: CF15EL/R30/830/MED, which translates to a
15-watt Soft White DULUX® EL reflector electronic
self-ballasted compact fluorescent lamp with an
R30 reflector, 82CRI, 3000K color temperature
and a medium screw base.
Power Factor A measure of the effectiveness
with which an electrical device converts voltamperes to watts; devices with power factors
(>0.90) are “high power factor” devices.
Programmed Rapid Start (PS) A method of
starting fluorescent lamps where cathode heat is
applied prior to lamp ignition, then removed or
reduced once the lamp has ignited. PROStart®
ballasts maximize the number of lamp starting
cycles while maintaining energy efficiency. This is
the preferred mode of lamp starting for applications with occupancy sensors and several on/off
cycles per day. Additionally, the lamps will strike
reliably in cold conditions down to 0°F.
Rapid Start (RS) Rapid start ballasts apply
a low filament voltage to preheat the cathodes.
Simultaneously, a starting voltage (lower than that
used in instant start) is also applied to strike the
arc. When the cathodes are hot enough, the lamp
will strike. The filament voltage continues to be
applied throughout the operation of the lamp.
Rapid start ballasts appear to have a slight turn on
delay compared to instant start. They will typically
not be able to start lamps reliably under 50°F.
Reference Ballast A ballast specially constructed to have certain prescribed characteristics for
use in testing electric-discharge lamps and other
ballasts. Reference ballasts are typically defined by
ANSI.
Reflector A device used to redirect the light by
the process of reflection. Photo-Optic reflector
lamps utilize ellipsoidal (converging light rays) or
parabolic (collimating light rays) reflectors. Dichroic
coated reflectors are designed to reflect visible light
and pass through unwanted infrared wavelengths.
Resistance (R) A measure of resistance to flow
of current, expressed in ohms (Ω).
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Safety Ballasts should be installed and operated
in compliance with the National Electric Code
(NEC), Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) requirements, and all applicable codes and regulations.
Since it is possible to come in contact with potentially hazardous voltages, only qualified personnel
should perform ballast installation. All installation,
inspection, and maintenance of lighting fixtures
should be done with the power to the fixture
turned off.
Shielding A general term to include all devices
used to block, diffuse or redirect light rays, including baffles, louvers, shades, diffusers and lenses.
Single-Ended Lamps having a single lamp base
or point of electrical connection.
Spectral Power Distribution (SPD)
A curve illustrating the distribution of radiant power
produced by the lamp, at each wavelength across
the spectrum.
Spotlight A luminaire using halogen/incandescent
or a high intensity discharge (HID) lamp that produces a narrow beam angle designed to illuminate
a specifically defined area. It can also be called a
reflector lamp.
TCLP Test (Toxicity Characteristic Leaching
Procedure) Federal EPA regulations (RCRA of
1990) have defined a TCLP test to determine
whether wastes are to be treated as hazardous
or non-hazardous.
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) A measure
of the distortion of an electrical wave form.
Excessive THD (defined by ANSI as greater than
32%) may cause adverse effects to the electrical
system. <20% THD ballasts are fine for most
applications. However, in buildings with neutral
problems caused by high THD loads such as
computers, printers, DC supplies, etc., the <10%
THD products can help reduce the overall % of
Total Harmonic Distortion.
Transient Protection OSRAM SYLVANIA ballasts meet ANSI 62.41 Category A. This helps
ensure immunity to electrical disturbances such as
power line transients, and temporary line voltage
dropouts, surges and sags.
Trigger Start A circuit used to eliminate the
starter and start the preheat lamp almost instantly.
In this circuit each electrode is connected to a
separate winding in the ballast so that the electrode is continuously heated.
Tungsten Halogen Cycle A regenerative cycle
of tungsten and halogen atoms, which, when incorporated into the design of halogen light sources,
prevents blackening of the lamp envelope during life.
Voltage (V) A measure of electrical potential,
expressed in volts (V). Voltage is the “force” that
pushes electrical current through a conductor.
Watt (W) A unit of electrical power equal to 1
joule per second. Lamps are rated in watts to indicate power consumption. Also see Nominal watts.
Wavelength (λ) Distance between two successive points of a periodic wave; the wavelengths of
light are typically expressed in nanometers (nm),
or billionths of a meter.
Working Distance (See Focal Distance.)
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INCANDESCENT LIGHTING
The incandescent lamp consists of a wire filament on a suitable mount enclosed in a glass bulb containing a gas or a vacuum.
When the lamp is connected to an electrical circuit, the current passing through the wire must overcome the filament’s
resistance, and the power consumed heats the filament to incandescence (causes it to glow).
QUALITY LIGHT
Incandescent bulbs are still the standard choice when the quality of light really counts. The different shapes, coatings and features provide
a variety of options for many lighting applications. With warm color temperatures and superior color rendering, nothing sets the mood like
incandescent lighting.
THE BEST QUALITY OF LIGHT FOR:
Atmospher e
Romance
W ar mth
Beauty
Comfor t
Elegance
QUALITY CONSTRUCTION
Sylvania uses the highest quality components designed to offer superior performance on every lamp.
Variety of coatings and
finishes
Double coil
and filament support
Fused Lead wires
High performance
base cement
Lead-free solder
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L A M P C AT E G O R I E S
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Sylvania offers a wide assortment of premium lighting products that add value through superior performance, long life, beautiful light and
rugged durability.
Double Life
Our long-life line of premium light bulbs
Long Life without compromising brightness and light quality
• Lasts up to twice the life of a regular light bulb with almost the
same light output
• Available in many different shapes and sizes
Perfect for hard to reach applications
Daylight™
Our most pleasing light
Unique coating that simulates natural light
• Delivers whiter, more Natural light
• Enhances color performance
The best choice to bring more natural light indoors
Rough Ser vice
Our toughest line of light bulbs
Able to withstand knocks and bumps
• Extra support
• Most durable construction
Ideal for applications where lamp may be subject to vibration
Safeline ®
Our Safest light bulbs
Shatter resistant, weather resistant
• Safely Contains Glass in case of breakage
• Provides Weather Protection
Appropriate when safety comes first
Specialty
Our complete assortment of specialized light bulbs
Diverse line of light bulbs for specific uses
• Heat Lamps
• Gro-Lux®
• Night Lights
• Colored Lamps
• Appliance Lamps
• Street lighting
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BULB IDENTIFICATION
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Bulb size - Max. Diameter (Divide by 8)
Light Center Length (L.C.L.) is the distance
from the center of the light source to the following point for the base used: Screw
bases...bottom base contact; Bayonet candelabra and medium bayonet...top of base pins;
Medium and Mogul Prefocus...top of base pin;
S.C. or D.C.Prefocus - Plane of locating bosses of prefocusing collar.
A-21 - 21⁄8 = 2 5⁄8” Dia.
G-40 - 40⁄8 = 5” Dia.
T-12 - 12⁄8 = 1 1⁄2” Dia.
PS-30 - 30⁄8 = 3 3⁄4” Dia.
BASE IDENTIFICATION
Typical bases are shown. One lead-in wire is
soldered to the center contact and the other
soldered or welded to the upper rim of the
base shell. Base shells are typically made of
brass or aluminum. ANSI designations are in
parentheses.
Candelabra
cand. (E12)
Intermediate
Inter. (E17)
Medium (E26) &
Medium Brass
(E26)
3 Contact
Medium
3 C Med (E26D)
Medium Skirted
Med. Skirt
(E26/50x39)
Ext. Mogul
End Prong GX16d
Mogul Screw
3 Contact Mogul
Double Contact
Bayonet D.C.
Bay (BA15D)
Mogul End Prong
S14s
Med Side Pr.
Screw Terminal
G53
FILAMENT IDENTIFICATION
A FILAMENT designation consists of a prefix
letter to indicate whether the wire is straight or
coiled, and a number to indicate the arrangement of the filament on the supports. Prefix
letters include: C (coiled) --wire is wound into
a helical coil or it may be deeply fluted; CC
(coiled coil)--wire is wound into a helical coil
and this coiled wire again wound into a helical
coil.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Lamps Listed 115-125 volts (design voltage
120), 120-130 volts (design voltage 125),
125-130 volts (design voltage 130) and 230250 volts (design voltage 240) are intended
for use on circuits normally varying within
these voltage limits.
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C-8
CC-8
C-9
CC-9
C-6
CC-6
C-2V
CC-2V
C-11V
C-11
CC-11
C-5
C-2R
C-7A
CC-7A
Finishes
W - Soft White
DAY - Daylight™
Y - Yellow
B - Blue
R - Red
G - Green
A - Amber
IC - Iridescent clear
FL - Flood
SP - Spot
IF - Inside frost
BL - Blister
AIC - Amber iridescent
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INCANDESCENT LAMP SHAPES
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A bulb designation consists of a letter(s) to indicate the shape and
a figure(s) to indicate the approximate major diameter in eighths
of in inch. For example, an F-15 bulb is a flame-shape, 15/8 of an
inch or 1-7/8 inches in diameter.
B10 Blunt Tip
B10 Crystal
B10 Cand
F15 Med
C7 Cand
LINESTRA 2-base
T6 Cand
T6.5 Inter
T6.5 DC Bay
BR30 Med
P25 Med
PAR46 Med
Sid Pr
T7 Cand
S6 Cand
T7 DC Bay
T7 Inter
BR40 Med
PS25 3C
Mog
PS25 Med
T8 Cand
ER30 Med
PS30 Med
PAR56 Scrw Trm
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C7 DC Bay
A15 Med
T8 DC Bay
G16.5 Cand
C15 Med
S6 DC Bay
T8 Inter
S11 Cand
T10 Med
PAR38 Med
Skrt
PAR56 Mog
End Pr
A21 Med
G16.5 Med
S11 DC Bay
R14 Inter
S11 Inter
R14 Med
R40 Med Skrt
ER40 Med
PS35 Mog
A19 Med
PAR38 Med
Sid Pr
PAR64 Scrw Trm
A21 3C Med
G25 Med
A23 Med
G40 Med
G30 Med
S11 Med
R16 Med
R40 Mog
PAR46 Scrw Trm
S14 Med
S 19 Med
R20 Med
K19 Med
R40 Med
PAR46 Mog
End Pr
PAR64 Ex Mog
End Pr
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HOW TO READ PRODUCT INFORMATION - INCANDESCENT
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Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty
Class &
Filament
Description
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
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Describes the shape of the envelope followed by the lamp’s major diameter given in eighths of an inch.
See page 3: Incandescent Lamps.
Base
See page 3: Base Identification.
Symbols &
Footnotes
All symbols and footnotes that apply to a specific product will appear in this space. The explanations of the symbols and foot
notes are at the end of the incandescent section.
Ordering
Abbreviation
A text description of the lamp. See below for several examples and explanations of some of the codes.
Class &
Filament
The class is either B (vacuum) or C (gas filled). The filament designation describes the shape and mount structure of the filament.
See page 3: Filament Identification.
Lumens,
Beam Angle,
CBCP
This column may contain data for any of these values. Lumen values are followed by the designation ‘lm’. Beam angles are
indicated by either a ‘°’ or the designation ‘V x H’ for non-symmetric beams. CBCP values are followed by the designation ‘cd’.
HOW TO READ ORDERING ABBREVIATIONS
40B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
60A/DLSW/2PK/RP
65BR30/DL/FL/RP
40
B
10
C
CRYSTAL
DL
BL
2PK
60
A
DL
SW
2PK
RP
65
BR
30
DL
FL
RP
Nominal lamp wattage
Bulb shape
Bulb size in 8th's of an inch
Candelabra base
Crystal texture on bulb glass
Double Life Lamp
Blister pack
2 lamps per package
Nominal lamp wattage
Bulb shape
Double life lamp
Soft white
2 lamps per package
Retail pack
Nominal lamp wattage
Bulb shape
Bulb size in 8th's of an inch
Double life lamp
Flood beam pattern
Retail pack
INCANDESCENT BRAND NAME GUIDE
NOTE: These tables are intended only as a guide and may represent another lamp company’s closest competitive type rather than an identical
match. Individual manufacturers’ performance values should be consulted. Environmental conditions, ballast type, and other auxillary equipment may affect lamp performance.
INCANDESCENT
SYLVANIA
GE*
PHILIPS**
Bug-Light
House Garden - Bug-Lite
Bug-A-Way
Double Life
Long Life
Longer Life
Double Life Soft White
Long Life Soft White
Longer Life Soft White
Daylight™
Reveal
Natural
Energy Saver Soft White
Soft White Miser
Energy Saving
EXCEL-LINE®
Extended Service
Extended Service
Linestra®
Lumiline
Philinea
RHINO COAT® SAFELINE®
COV-R-GUARD
Silicone Coated
Rough Service
Ruff-n-Tuff
Rough Service
Rough Service XL
Survivor
Soft Pink
Soft Pink
Pink Softone Pastels
Spot-GRO®
House Garden - Plant Light
Agro-Lite
SUPERSAVER®
Watt-Miser
Econo-o-Watt
SUPERSAVER EXCEL-LINE
Watt-Miser Plus
Extended Service
SUPERSAVER PAR
Watt-Miser PAR
Econo-o-PAR
*Trademark and or registered trademark of General Electric Company. **Trademark and or registered trademark of Philips.
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A15
A19
G25
R20
A21
BR30
C7 Candelabra
B10
DAYLIGHT™ LAMPS
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Description
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
40
A15
Med
10181
40A15/DAY/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Daylight Fan
C, C-9
1000
340 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
A19
Med
11100
40A/DAY/RP/2/24
120 24
Daylight
C, CC-8
1500
350 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
G25
Med
Pkg
Volts Qty
Class &
Filament
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
10864
40A/DAY/RP/4/48
120 48
Daylight
C, CC-8
1500
350 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
10897
40A/DAY/4/160/RP
120 160
Daylight
C, CC-8
1500
350 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
13966
40G25/DAY/1/6
120 6
Daylight Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14002
40G25/DAY/1/48
120 48
Daylight Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
50R20/DAY/1/6/RP
120 6
Daylight Reflector
C, C-9
2000
240 lm
45°
400 cd
50
R20
Med
50
100
150
A21
3CONTACT Med 18110
50/150/DAY/1/12
120 12
Daylight 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
490 lm
1250 lm
1740 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
18119
50/150/DAY/1/96
120 96
Daylight 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
490 lm
1250 lm
1740 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
11101
60A/DAY/RP/2/24
120 24
Daylight
C, CC-8
1000
640 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11463
60A/DAY/RP/4/48
120 48
Daylight
C, CC-8
1000
640 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
640 lm
1
4 7/16
60
A19
G25
Med
Med
15231
60A/DAY/4/160/RP
120 160
Daylight
C, CC-8
1000
13967
60G25/DAY/1/6
120 6
Daylight Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14003
60G25/DAY/1/48
120 48
Daylight Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
65BR30/DAY/1/6/RP
120 6
Daylight Reflector
C, CC-6
2000
420 lm
60°
250 cd
75A/DAY/RP/2/24
120 24
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
850 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
BR30 Med
15223
75
A19
11102
100
A19
Med
315/16
11509
65
Med
1,2,3,4
1,2,4,5
3 /8
5 3/8
10865
75A/DAY/RP/4/48
120 48
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
850 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
10863
75A/DAY/4/160/RP
120 160
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
850 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
12952
100A/DAY/RP/2/24
120 24
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
1270 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
12587
100A/DAY/RP/4/48
120 48
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
1270 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1270 lm
1
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100A/DAY/4/160/RP
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Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
2 1/8
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Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
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C7
Candelabra
13523
4C7/DL/BL/4PK
120 48
Double Life Night Light
B, C-9
6000
15
B10
Candelabra
13315
15B10C/DL/BL
120 12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
25
B10
Candelabra
13306
25B10C/DL/BL/4PK
120 24
Clear Double Life Decor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13316
25B10C/DL/BL
120 12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13743
25B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120 12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13317
25B10C/DLF/BL
120 12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13308
25B10C/DLF/BL/4PK
120 24
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
25B10/DL/BL
120 12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
Med
13318
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B10
G25
A21
A15
A19
R20
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25B10/DL/BL/4PK
120 24
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
Watts Bulb
Base
25
B10
Med
13331
G25
Med
14145
25G25/DL/RP
120 6
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14105
25G25/DL/RP/48
120 48
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14146
25G25/DLSW/RP
120 6
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14103
25G25/DLSW/RP/48
120 48
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
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Pkg
Volts Qty
Class &
Filament
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Description
30
70
100
A21
3CONTACT Med 19380
30/100A21/DLSW/RP
120 12
Soft White Double Life
3-way
C, CC-8
2400
32
B10
Candelabra
13737
32B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120 12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
4000
40
A15
Med
10133
40A15/CL/DL/BL
120 12
Clear Double Life
Appliance
C, C-9
2000
350 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10168
40A15/CL/DL/BL/2/24
120 24
Clear Double Life
Appliance
C, C-9
2000
350 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10023
40A15/CL/DL/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Clear Double Life
Ceiling Fan Light
C, C-9
2000
350 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10046
40A15/CL/DL/FAN
120 24
Clear Double Life Fan
Light
C, C-9
2000
350 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
390 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
3 3/8
3 7/8
Med
10939
40A/DLSW/4PK/RP
120 48
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
3000
B10
Candelabra
13319
40B10C/DL/BL/2PK
120 12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13328
40B10C/DL/BL/4PK
120 24
Clear Double Life Decor
Bent Tip Four Pack
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13741
40B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120 12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13714
40B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/4/24 120 24
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13320
40B10C/DLF/BL/2PK
120 12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13309
40B10C/DLF/BL/4PK
120 24
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
G25
R20
Med
Med Brass
13321
6
40B10/DL/BL/2PK
120 12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13740
6
40B10/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120 12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13723
6
40B10/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/4PK
120 24
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13322
6
40B10/DLF/BL/2PK
120 12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
14147
40G25/DL/RP
120 6
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14174
40G25/DL/1/48
120 48
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14148
40G25/DLSW/RP
120 6
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14175
40G25/DLSW/1/48
120 48
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
50R20/DL/RP
120 6
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, C-9
4000
14943
1,2,3,4
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I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
5 5/16
A19
Med
50
270 lm
860 lm
1130 lm
|
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|
290 lm
45°
480 cd
315/16
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
7
A21
A15
A19
B10
G25
BR30
BR40
DOUBLE LIFE LAMPS
34
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Base
50
100
150
A21
3CONTACT Med 18044
50/150A21/DLSW/RP
120 12
Soft White Double Life
3-way
C, CC-8
2400
540 lm
1400 lm
1940 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
60
A15
Med
10024
60A15/CL/DL/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Clear Double Life Fan
Light
C, C-9
2000
530 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10048
60A15/CL/DL/FAN/RP
120 24
Clear Double Life Fan
Light
C, C-9
2000
530 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
11260
60A/CL/DL/RP
120 24
Clear Double Life
C, CC-8
2000
790 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
B10
Med
Candelabra
Med
G25
Med
Description
Class &
Filament
Watts Bulb
A19
11227
60A/DLSW/2PK/RP
120 24
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
2000
770 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11204
60A/DLSW/4PK/RP
120 48
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
2000
770 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
13777
60B10C/DL/BL/2PK
120 12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13705
60B10C/DL/BL/4PK
120 24
Clear Double Life Decor
Bent Tip Four Pack
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13744
60B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120 12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13749
60B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/4/24 120 24
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13778
60B10C/DLF/BL/2PK
120 12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13754
60B10C/DLF/BL/4PK
120 24
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13323
6
60B10/DL/BL/2PK
120 12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13333
6
60B10/DL/BL/4PK
120 24
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13324
6
60B10/DLF/BL/2PK
120 12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
14149
60G25/DL/RP
120 6
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14106
60G25/DL/RP/48
120 48
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14150
60G25/DLSW/RP
120 6
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14104
60G25/DLSW/RP/48
120 48
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
65BR30/DL/FL/RP
120 6
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
510 lm
60°
300 cd
65
BR30 Med Brass
15177
75
A19
11175
75ACL/DL/RP
120 24
Clear Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1055 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11337
75A/DLSW/2PK/RP
120 24
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1035 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
4 7/16
Med
1,2,4,5
11331
BR40 Med Brass
100
120
A19
Med
BR40 Med
75A/W/DLSW/4PK/RP
120 48
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1035 lm
3 /8
2,4,5
75BR/DL/FL/RP
120 6
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
610 lm
60°
400 cd
6 1/2
15213
2,4,5
75BR40/DL/FL/1/24
120 24
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
610 lm
60°
400 cd
6 1/2
100A/CL/DL/RP
120 24
Clear Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1550 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11176
12805
100A/DLSW/2PK/RP
120 24
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1530 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11332
100A/DLSW/4PK/RP
120 48
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1530 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
120BR/DL/FL/RP
120 6
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
960 lm
60°
835 cd
14915
1,2,4,5
|
|
|
5 3/8
15144
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8
Pkg
Volts Qty
6 1/2
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
S6
C7 Candelabra
S14
S11
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
130 240
Clear Indicator
B, C-7A
3000
12 lm
1 7/16
1 7/8
3S6/5
120 240
Clear Indicator
B, C-7A
3000
10 lm
1 7/16
1 7/8
13542
4C7/BL/2PK
120 24
Clear Night Light
B, C-9
3000
16 lm
2 1/8
13549
4C7/BL/4PK
120 48
Clear Night Light
B, C-9
3000
16 lm
2 1/8
13546
4C7/BULK
120 250
Clear Night Light
B, C-9
3000
16 lm
2 1/8
13523
4C7/DL/BL/4PK
120 48
Double Life Night Light
B, C-9
6000
14 lm
2 1/8
13538
4C7/W/BL/2PK
120 24
White Night Light
B, C-9
3000
16 lm
2 1/8
13553
4C7/W/BL/4PK
120 48
White Night Light
B, C-7
3000
16 lm
2 1/8
13556
4C7/BLUE/2PK
120 24
Blue Nightlight
B, C-7A
3000
13557
4C7/PINK/2PK
120 24
Pink Nightlight
B, C-7A
3000
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
3
Candelabra
16759
4
6
S6
C7
S6
Candelabra
Candelabra
DC Bayonet
7
8
10
Pkg
Volts Qty
3S6/5
16757
7
2 1/8
6S6/CL24V
24
120
Clear Indicator
B, C-7A
1500
48 lm
1 /16
1 7/8
16927
6S6/CL12V
12
120
Clear Indicator
B, C-2R
1500
47 lm
1 7/16
1 7/8
7
6S6/CL30V
30
120
16962
6S6/CL/BL
120 24
7
Clear Casino
B, C-7A
1500
46 lm
1 /16
1 7/8
Clear Indicator
B, C-7A
1500
41 lm
1 7/16
1 7/8
7
16960
6S6/CL
120 120
Clear Indicator
B, C-7A
1500
41 lm
1 /16
1 7/8
16938
6S6/CL
130 120
Clear Indicator
B, C-7A
1500
37 lm
1 7/16
1 7/8
7
16943
6S6/CL155V
155 120
Clear Indicator
B, C-7A
1500
36 lm
1 /16
1 7/8
16942
6S6/CL145V
145 120
Clear Indicator
B, C-7A
1500
33 lm
1 7/16
1 7/8
7
16782
6S6DC
120 120
Clear Indicator
B, C-9
1500
41 lm
1 /16
113/16
16784
6S6DC
130 120
Clear Indicator
B, C-9
1500
37 lm
1 7/16
113/16
7
16790
6S6DC145V
145 120
Clear Indicator
B, C-9
1500
37 lm
1 /16
113/18
2 1/2
3 1/2
S14
Med Brass
17314
6S14
120 120
Clear
B, C-9
1500
40 lm
C7
Candelabra
13543
7C7/BL/2PK
120 24
Clear Night Light
B, C-9
3000
43 lm
2 1/8
13545
7C7/BL/4PK
120 48
Clear Night Light
B, C-9
3000
43 lm
2 1/8
13608
7C7
120 120
Clear Night Light
B, C-9
3000
43 lm
2 1/8
13609
7C7
130 120
Clear Night Light
B, C-9
3000
42 lm
2 1/8
13540
7C7/W/BL/2PK
120 24
White Night Light
B, C-9
3000
33 lm
2 1/8
13544
7C7/W/BL/4PK
120 48
White Night Light
B, C-9
3000
33 lm
2 1/8
13623
7C7/CW
120 120
White Night Light
B, C-9
3000
33 lm
2 1/8
13629
7C7/O
120 120
Orange Nightlight
B, C-9
3000
2 1/8
13626
7C7/R
120 120
Red Night Light
B, C-9
3000
2 1/8
19353
7.5S
120 120
Clear
B, C-9
1400
S11
C7
S6
Med
47 lm
1 9/16
2 1/4
9
2 1/4
19355
7.5S
130 120
Clear
B, C-9
1400
45 lm
19433
7.5S/CW/BL
120 12
Ceramic White Utility
Light
B, C-9
1400
32 lm
2 1/4
19420
7.5S/CW
120 120
Ceramic White
B, C-9
1400
32 lm
2 1/4
19424
7.5S/CR/BL
120 12
Ceramic Red
B, C-9
1400
2 1/4
19423
7.5S/CR
120 120
Ceramic Red
B, C-9
1400
2 1/4
10C7/CL
120 240
Clear Pilot Light
Ruggedized
B, C-7A
38 lm
2 1/8
10C7/DC
120 120
Clear Pilot Light
Ruggedized
B, C-7A
38 lm
2 1/8
10S6
120 240
Clear Indicator
B, C-7A
Candelabra
13636
DC Bayonet
13527
Candelabra
16726
8
8
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
1500
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
2 1/8
16929
16930
|
|
|
71 lm
1 /16
1 7/16
1 7/8
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
9
S6
S11
S14
A15
T7
T10
A21
T6.5
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
34
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
10
S6
Candelabra
16717
S11
Candelabra
17025
Intermediate
S14
11
12
15
S14
S6
A15
Med Brass
Med Brass
Candelabra
Med
Med Brass
S11
Med
7
Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
230 240
Clear Indicator
B, CC-7A
1500
65 lm
1 7/16
1 7/8
120 120
Clear
B, C-7A
1500
78 lm
1 9/16
2 1/4
5
Pkg
Volts Qty
10S6230V
10S11/79
16917
10S11N/CL
120 120
Clear Ruggedized
B, C-7A
1500
74 lm
1 /8
2 5/16
16919
10S11N/CL
130 120
Clear Ruggedized
B, C-7A
1500
74 lm
1 5/8
2 5/16
1
17406
10S14
120 120
Clear Ruggedized
B, C-9
1500
76 lm
2 /2
3 1/2
17424
10S14/IF
120 120
Inside Frost Ruggedized
B, C-9
1500
76 lm
2 1/2
3 1/2
1
17448
11S14
120 120
Clear Ruggedized
B, C-9
3000
74 lm
2 /2
3 1/2
17450
11S14
130 120
Clear Ruggedized
B, C-9
3000
72 lm
2 1/2
3 1/2
68 lm
1
2 /2
3 1/2
17453
11S14/IF
130 120
Inside Frost Ruggedized
B, C-9
3000
17489
11S14/TB
130 120
Transparent Blue
B, C-9
3000
2 1/2
3 1/2
1
17490
11S14/TG
130 120
Transparent Green
B, C-9
3000
2 /2
3 1/2
17487
11S14/TR
130 120
Transparent Red
B, C-9
3000
2 1/2
3 1/2
1
2 /2
3 1/2
1 7/16
1 7/8
3
17488
11S14/TY
130 120
Transparent Yellow
B, C-9
3000
16718
12S6250V
250 240
Clear Indicator
B, CC-7A
1500
61 lm
10028
15A15/CL/RP
120 24
Clear Utility Light
B, C-9
2500
105 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10018
15A15/CL
120 120
Clear Utility Light
B, C-9
2500
105 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
10019
15A15/CL
130 120
Clear Utility Light
B, C-9
2500
105 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10031
15A15/RP
120 24
Inside Frost
B, C-9
2500
100 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
10037
15A15
120 120
Inside Frost
B, C-9
2500
100 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10038
15A15
130 120
Inside Frost
B, C-9
2500
100 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
10015
15A15/W/RP
120 24
White Utility Light
C, C-9
2500
65 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10083
15A15/CL
30
Clear
B, C-9
1000
156 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
100 lm
3
2 /8
3 1/2
2 3/8
3 1/2
9
120
10101
15A15/BB/IF/PLT
130 12960 Inside Frost
B, C-9
2500
11502
15A15/R
120 120
B, C-9
2500
Red Utility Light
17080
15S11/102/CL
120 120
Clear Refrigerator
B, C-7A
400
138 lm
1 /16
2 1/4
17079
15S11/102/IF
120 120
Inside Frost
Refrigerator
B, C-7A
400
138 lm
1 9/16
2 1/4
2 1/2
3 1/2
S14
Med Brass
17240
15S14/CL
130 120
Clear Ruggedized Sign
B, C-9
3000
106 lm
T6
Candelabra
18036
15T6/BL
145 12
Clear Tubular
B, C-7A
2000
112 lm
3 1/16
18078
15T6145V
145 60
Clear Tubular
B, C-7A
2000
112 lm
3 1/16
18037
15T6
120 60
Clear Tubular
B, C-7A
2000
111 lm
3 1/16
18038
15T6
130 60
Clear Tubular
B, C-7A
2000
105 lm
3 1/16
18185
15T7C
120 60
Clear
B, C-7A
1000
111 lm
1 1/2
2 1/4
5
T7
Candelabra
DC Bayonet
Intermediate
18200
9
15T7DC/BL
120 12
Clear Carded
B, C-7A
1000
111 lm
1 /16
2 1/4
18208
9
15T7DC
120 60
Clear
B, C-7A
1000
111 lm
1 5/16
2 1/4
9
18174
9
15T7N/BL
120 12
Clear
B, C-7A
1000
115 lm
1 /16
2 1/4
18173
9
15T7N
120 60
Clear
B, C-7A
1000
115 lm
1 9/16
2 1/4
15T10/CL
120 60
Clear Tubular
B, C-8
2500
112 lm
15/150A/SECURITYLIGHT
120 12
Soft White Security
3-way
C, CC-8
1200
80 lm
2070 lm
2150 lm
T10
Med
18501
7
15
135
150
A21
3CONTACT Med 18009
20
T6.5
DC Bayonet
18144
8
20T6.5DC/IF
120 60
Inside Frost Exit Lamp
B, C-8
10000
92 lm
5 9/16
Intermediate
18143
8
20T6.5/IF
120 60
Inside Frost Exit Lamp
B, C-8
10000
92 lm
5 1/2
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|
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5 5/8
3 3/8
5 5/16
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
A15
A19
R14
T6.5
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Description
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
25
Med Brass
10120
25A15/BR
120 120
Inside Frost
B, C-9
1100
210 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10139
25A15/RFL
130 120
Reflector Sign
B, C-9
2500
168 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
1
A15
A19
Med
11090
25A/RS
120 120
Inside Frost Rough
Service
B, C-17
1000
210 lm
2 /2
315/16
11092
25A/RS
130 120
Inside Frost Rough
Service
B, C-17
1000
210 lm
2 1/2
315/16
11285
25A
230 120
Standard Frost
B, C-17
1000
205 lm
2 1/2
315/16
1
10634
25A/RP
120 24
Standard Frost
B, C-9
2500
190 lm
2 /2
315/16
10644
25A
120 120
Standard Frost
B, C-9
2500
190 lm
2 1/2
315/16
1
11289
Med Brass
R14
T6.5
Pkg
Volts Qty
Class &
Filament
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
25A
277 120
Standard Frost
B, C-17
1000
187 lm
2 /2
315/16
10645
11
25A
130 120
@120 volts, approximate 22 watts, 130 lumens, 6250 hours
Standard Frost
B, C-9
2500
180 lm
2 1/2
315/16
10562
25A/W/RP
120 24
Soft White
C, C-9
2500
160 lm
2 1/2
315/16
10683
25A/CL/RP
120 24
Clear
B, C-9
2500
190 lm
2 1/2
315/16
1
10693
25A/CL
120 120
Clear
B, C-9
2500
190 lm
2 /2
315/16
10738
25A19/CL/GR
130 120
Clear Sign Group
Replacement
B, C-9
3000
185 lm
2 1/2
315/16
10694 11
25A/CL
130 120
@120 volts, approximate 22 watts, 130 lumens, 6250 hours
Clear
B, C-9
2500
180 lm
2 1/2
315/16
10449
25A
12
Standard Frost
B, C-6
1000
385 lm
2 1/2
315/16
10734
25A19/IF/GR
130 120
Inside Frost Group
Replacement
B, C-9
3000
185 lm
2 1/2
315/16
11710
25A19/TB/RP
125 6
Transparent Blue
B, C-9
3000
2 1/2
315/16
1
120
11430
25A/B/RP
120 6
Blue
B, C-9
2500
2 /2
315/16
11356
25A/B
120 120
Blue
B, C-9
2500
2 1/2
315/16
1
11714
25A19/TG/RP
125 6
Transparent Green
B, C-9
3000
2 /2
315/16
11431
25A/G/RP
120 6
Green
B, C-9
2500
2 1/2
315/16
1
11359
25A/G
120 120
Green
B, C-9
2500
2 /2
315/16
11711
25A19/TO/RP
125 6
Transparent Orange
B, C-9
3000
2 1/2
315/16
1
11432
25A/O/RP
120 6
Orange
B, C-9
2500
2 /2
315/16
11362
25A/O
120 120
Orange
B, C-9
2500
2 1/2
315/16
1
11712
25A19/TR/RP
125 6
Transparent Red
B, C-9
3000
2 /2
315/16
11429
25A/R/RP
120 6
Red
B, C-9
2500
2 1/2
315/16
1
11350
25A/R
120 120
Red
B, C-9
2500
2 /2
315/16
11713
25A19/TY/RP
125 6
Transparent Yellow
B, C-9
3000
2 1/2
315/16
1
11427
25A/Y/RP
120 6
Yellow
B, C-9
2500
2 /2
315/16
11348
25A/Y
120 120
Yellow
B, C-9
2500
2 1/2
315/16
14784
25R14N/RP
120 6
Reflector Mini Flood
B, CC-2V
1500
2 9/16
14793
25R14N
120 60
Reflector Mini Flood
B, CC-2V
1500
2 9/16
Med
14818
25R14/RP
120 6
Reflector Mini Flood
C, CC-2V
1500
2 1/4
DC Bayonet
18129
25T6.5/DC
120 60
Clear Scale Illuminator
B, C-8
1000
242 lm
5 9/16
18106
25T6.5/DC
130 60
Clear Scale Illuminator
B, C-8
1000
242 lm
5 9/16
18117
25T6.5/DC/IF
120 60
Inside Frost Scale
Illuminator
B, C-8
1000
225 lm
5 9/16
18495
25T6.5/BL/6PK
120 6
Clear
B, C-8
1000
242 lm
5 1/2
Intermediate
Intermediate
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
T6.5
T8
T10
A15
R20
S11
A21
A19
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
34
Description
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
25
Intermediate
18125
25T6.5
120 60
Clear
B, C-8
1000
242 lm
5 1/2
18128
25T6.5
130 60
Clear
B, C-8
1000
242 lm
5 1/2
18113
25T6.5/IF
120 60
Inside Frost
B, C-8
1000
225 lm
5 1/2
18111
25T6.5/IF
130 60
Inside Frost
B, C-8
1000
225 lm
T6.5
T8
Candelabra
DC Bayonet
Intermediate
9
25T8C/BL/1/12
120 12
Clear Home Appliance
B, C-7A
1000
230 lm
1 /2
2 5/8
18289
9
25T8C
120 60
Clear Home Appliance
B, C-7A
1000
230 lm
1 1/2
2 5/8
5
Med
Med Brass
30
1
18321
9
25T8DC/BL
120 12
Clear Home Appliance
B, C-7A
1000
230 lm
1 /16
2 5/8
18310
9
25T8DC
120 60
Clear Home Appliance
B, C-7A
1000
230 lm
1 5/16
2 5/8
5
18316
9
25T8DC
130 60
Clear Home Appliance
B, C-7A
1000
215 lm
1 /16
2 5/8
18365
9
25T8N/BL
120 12
Clear Home Appliance
B, C-7A
1000
230 lm
1 5/16
2 5/8
5
2 5/8
9
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5 1/2
18290
18359
T10
Pkg
Volts Qty
Class &
Filament
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
25T8N
120 60
Clear Home Appliance
B, C-7A
1000
230 lm
1 /16
18491
25T10/CL/BL/6PK
120 6
Clear
B, C-8
1000
232 lm
5 5/8
18510
25T10
120 60
Clear
B, C-8
1000
232 lm
5 5/8
18512
25T10
130 60
Clear
B, C-8
1000
232 lm
5 5/8
18492
25T10/IF/BL/6PK
120 6
Inside Frost
B, C-8
1000
230 lm
5 5/8
18503
25T10/IF
120 60
Inside Frost
B, C-8
1000
230 lm
5 5/8
18505
25T10/IF
130 60
Inside Frost
B, C-8
1000
230 lm
5 5/8
18507
25T10/BB/277V
277 60
Clear Exit Light
B, C-17
5000
150 lm
5 5/8
3
A15
Med Brass
10122
30A15
130 120
@ 120 volts, approximate 26 watts, 150 lumens, 5000 hours.
Inside Frost
C, C-9
2000
200 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
R20
Med Brass
14836
3,12
30R20/RP
120 6
Reflector Flood
C, C-9
2000
140 lm
40°
315/16
14794
3,12
30R20
120 60
Reflector Flood
C, C-9
2000
140 lm
40°
315/16
14802
11
30R20
130 60
Reflector Flood
C, C-9
2000
140 lm
40°
315/16
Clear Train Marker
C, C-7A
500
284 lm
1 1/2
2 3/8
@ 120 volts, approximate 26 watts, 100 lumens, 5000 hours
30
70
100
32
S11
DC Bayonet
A21
3CONTACT Med 19380
A19
Med Brass
10765
30S11DC75V
75
120
30/100A21/DLSW/RP
120 12
Soft White Double Life
3-way
C, CC-8
2400
270 lm
860 lm
1130 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
19385
12
30/100A21/W/RP
120 12
Soft White 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
300 lm
945 lm
1245 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
18029
12
30/100A/W/DIYPACK
120 48
Soft White 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
300 lm
945 lm
1245 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
32A19/49
130 120
Clear Street Lighting
Group Replacement
C, C-9
3000
258 lm
2 7/8
4 1/4
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
1500
380 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
10983
@ 120 volts, approximate 28 watts, 200 lumens, 7500 hours.
34
A19
Med
11379
11
40A/34/SS
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 30 watts, 290 lumens, 3750 hours
Med Brass
11058
40A/34/SS
120 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
1500
375 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11391
40A/34/W/ES/4PK
120 48
Soft White Energy Saver
C, CC-8
1500
375 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
310 lm
1
4 7/16
11383
40A/34/SS/XL
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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120 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver XL
C, CC-8
2500
3 /8
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
A19
A15
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
34
Med Brass
11387
A19
11
40A/34/SS/XL
Pkg
Volts Qty
130 48
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Standard Frost
SuperSaver XL
C, CC-8
2500
310 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
Description
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@ 120 volts, approximate 30 watts, 240 lumens, 6250 hours
40
A15
Med
Med Brass
A19
Med
10181
40A15/DAY/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Daylight Fan
C, C-9
1000
340 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10133
40A15/CL/DL/BL
120 12
Clear Double Life
Appliance
C, C-9
2000
350 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10168
40A15/CL/DL/BL/2/24
120 24
Clear Double Life
Appliance
C, C-9
2000
350 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10046
40A15/CL/DL/FAN
120 24
Clear Double Life Fan
Light
C, C-9
2000
350 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10023
40A15/CL/DL/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Clear Double Life
Ceiling Fan Light
C, C-9
2000
350 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10082
40A15/SL
120 120
Safeline Appliance
C, C-9
1000
420 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
10129
40A15/CL/BL
120 12
Clear Appliance
C, C-9
1000
430 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10141
40A15/2PK/RP
120 24
Clear Appliance
C, C-9
1000
430 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
10169
40A15/CL/BL/2/24
120 24
Clear Appliance
C, C-9
1000
430 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10042
40A15/CL/FAN
120 24
Clear Ceiling Fan Light
C, C-9
1000
430 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
10022
40A15/CL/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Clear Ceiling Fan Light
C, C-9
1000
430 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10117
40A15/IF/BL
120 12
Inside Frost Appliance
C, C-9
1000
420 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
10119
40A15
120 120
Inside Frost Appliance
C, C-9
1000
420 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10127
40A15/PLT
120 12960 Inside Frost Appliance
C, C-9
1000
420 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
11111
40A15/SW/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Soft White Ceiling Fan
Light
C, C-9
1000
405 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10112
40A15/22
120 120
Clear Range Oven
C, C-9
1000
430 lm
2 3/8
4
10115
40A15/PLT12960
120 12960 Inside Frost Appliance
C, C-9
1000
420 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10114
40A15/PLT12960
130 12960 Inside Frost Appliance
C, C-9
1000
405 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
1
10365
40A15/1
250 120
Inside Frost Appliance
B, C
1000
330 lm
2 /2
3 1/2
11100
40A/DAY/RP/2/24
120 24
Daylight
C, CC-8
1500
350 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
10864
40A/DAY/RP/4/48
120 48
Daylight
C, CC-8
1500
350 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
10897
40A/DAY/4/160/RP
120 160
Daylight
C, CC-8
1500
350 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
10939
40A/DLSW/4PK/RP
120 48
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
3000
390 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
10938
40A/DLSW/4/144/RP
120 144
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
3000
390 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11223
Med Brass
40A/CL/RP
Clear
C, CC-8
1500
480 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11036
11
40A/CL
130 120
@ 120 volts, approximate 35 watts, 350 lumens, 3750 hours
Clear
C, CC-8
1500
460 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
10977
Soft White
C, CC-8
1500
465 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
40A/W/RP
120 24
120 24
10996
40A/W/4/RP
120 48
Soft White
C, CC-8
1500
465 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
10944
40A/W/4/144/RP
120 144
Soft White
C, CC-8
1500
465 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11010
40A/RP
120 24
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
1500
470 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11060
40A/4/RP
120 48
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
1500
470 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11011
11
40A/CVP
130 24
@ 120 volts, approximate 35 watts, 350 lumens, 3750 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
1500
460 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11059
11
40A
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 35 watts, 350 lumens, 3750 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
1500
460 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11053
11
40A/CL/99/XL
130 120
@ 120 volts, approximate 35 watts, 320 lumens, 6250 hours
Clear Excel-Line SS
C, CC-8
2500
420 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
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I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
K19, R14
S11
T6.5
T10
BR30
A21
A19
ER30
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
34
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
4 1/8
Watts Bulb
Base
40
K19
Med
10471
40K19/DR
120 24
Inside Frost
Directional Reflector
C, CC-6
1150
R14
Intermediate
14820
40R14N/RP
120 6
Reflector Mini Flood
C, CC-2V
1500
2 9/16
Med
14819
40R14/RP
120 6
Reflector Mini Flood
C, C-9
1500
2 1/4
Med
14821
40R16/FL/RP
120 6
Reflector Mini Flood
C, C-9
1500
R16
S11
T6.5
Intermediate
Intermediate
Med
Description
385 lm
40S11N/BL
120 12
Clear Hi Intensity
C, C-7A
500
440 lm
1 /8
2 5/16
13644
40S11N/BL/2/12
120 12
Clear Hi Intensity
C, C-7A
500
440 lm
1 5/8
2 5/16
5
5
13595
40S11N
120 120
Clear Hi Intensity
C, C-7A
500
440 lm
1 /8
2 5/16
13600
40S11N/CL/BULK
120 500
Clear Hi Intensity
C, C-7A
500
440 lm
1 5/8
2 5/16
18152
40T6.5/CL/BL/6PK
120 6
Clear Appliance
C, C-8
1000
365 lm
5 1/2
40T6.5/2
120 60
Clear Appliance
C, C-8
1000
365 lm
5 1/2
18493
40T10/CL/BL/6PK
120 6
Clear
B, C-8
1000
420 lm
5 5/8
18650
40T10
120 60
Clear
B, C-8
1000
420 lm
5 5/8
18652
40T10
130 60
Clear
B, C-8
1000
420 lm
5 5/8
18494
40T10/IF/BL/6PK
120 6
Inside Frost
B, C-8
1000
415 lm
5 5/8
18664
40T10/IF
120 60
Inside Frost
B, C-8
1000
415 lm
5 5/8
18669
40T10/IF
130 60
Inside Frost
B, C-8
1000
415 lm
5 5/8
18656
40T10/AQUARIUM/RP
120 6
Aquarium
B, C-8
1000
45BR30/FL/RP
120 6
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
350 lm
60°
170 cd
13
BR30 Med
45
95
140
A21
3CONTACT Med 18048
45/140A21/W/ES/RP
120 12
Soft White 3-way Energy
Saver
C, CC-8
1200
540 lm
1300 lm
1840 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
50
A19
Med
14072
50A/RS
130 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
510 lm
2 1/2
315/16
14070
50A/RS/2/RP
120 24
1000
510 lm
11096
50A/RS/4/144/RP
120 144
1000
510 lm
11393
50A/RS
250 120
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-22
1000
450 lm
2 1/2
4 7/16
11397
50A
250 120
Inside Frost
B, CC-7A
1000
490 lm
2 1/2
4 7/16
11428
50A
277 120
Inside Frost
B, CC-7A
1000
475 lm
2 1/2
4 7/16
1
Med Brass
14
50A19/RS/CL
75
120
Clear Rough Service
Train
C, C-9
1000
505 lm
2 /2
315/16
11068
14
50A19/RS
75
120
Inside Frost Rough
Service Train
C, C-9
1000
505 lm
2 1/2
315/16
50A/RS/SL
120 120
Safeline Rough Service
C, C-9
1000
490 lm
2 1/2
315/16
7
15
11567
50A21/RP
12
12
Inside Frost RV-Marine
C, C-6
1000
865 lm
3 /8
415/16
11572
50A21
12
24
Inside Frost RV-Marine
C, C-6
1000
865 lm
3 7/8
415/16
7
415/16
11603
ER30
Med
5 3/8
11067
11118
A21
1,2,4,5
5 5/8
45
Med Brass
15103
50A21
34
12
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3 7/8
13607
18096
T10
Pkg
Volts Qty
Class &
Filament
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Inside Frost Train
C, C-9
1000
800 lm
3 /16
15110
1,4
50ER30/RP
120 6
Elliptical Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
350 lm
30°
800 cd
6 3/8
15102
1,4
50ER30
120 24
Elliptical Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
350 lm
30°
800 cd
6 3/8
15107
1,4,11
50ER30
130 24
Elliptical Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
320 lm
30°
730 cd
6 3/8
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 240 lumens, 5000 hours
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R20
A21
A19
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
50
Med
15231
1,2,3,4
14844
1,2,3,4,11 50R20/CVP
R20
50R20/DAY/1/6/RP
Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
120 6
Daylight Reflector
C, C-9
2000
240 lm
45°
400 cd
315/16
130 6
Reflector Flood
C, C-9
2000
330 lm
45°
550 cd
315/16
Pkg
Volts Qty
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@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 250 lumens, 5000 hours
14833
1,2,3,4
50R20/RP
120 6
Reflector Flood
C, C-9
2000
330 lm
45°
550 cd
315/16
14914
1,2,3,4
50R20/2PK
120 48
Reflector Flood
C, C-9
2000
330 lm
45°
550 cd
315/16
14831
1,2,3,4
50R20
120 60
Reflector Flood
C, C-9
2000
330 lm
45°
550 cd
315/16
14832
1,2,3,4,11 50R20
130 60
Reflector Flood
C, C-9
2000
330 lm
45°
550 cd
315/16
130 60
Pink Reflector
C, C-9
2000
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 250 lumens, 5000 hours
14846
Med Brass
50
100
150
50
200
250
52
A21
A21
A19
1,2,3,4,11 50R20/PINK
14943
1,2,3,4
50R20/DL/RP
120 6
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, C-9
4000
14834
1,2,3,4
50R20/PINK
120 60
Pink Reflector
C, C-9
2000
14842
1,2,3,4
50R20/GRO
120 6
Spot-GRO Reflector
C, C-9
2000
315/16
290 lm
45°
480 cd
315/16
315/16
315/16
3CONTACT Med 18110
50/150/DAY/1/12
120 12
Daylight 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
490 lm
1250 lm
1740 lm
3 /8
5 5/16
18119
50/150/DAY/1/96
120 96
Daylight 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
490 lm
1250 lm
1740 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
18044
50/150A21/DLSW/RP
120 12
Soft White Double Life
3-way
C, CC-8
2400
540 lm
1400 lm
1940 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
18060
50/150A21/W/RP
120 12
Soft White 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
640 lm
1570 lm
2210 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
18028
50/150A/W/DIYPACK
120 48
Soft White 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
640 lm
1570 lm
2210 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
18726
50/150A21/SPK/RP
120 12
Soft Pink 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
3 3/8
5 5/16
50/250A21/W/RP
120 12
Soft White Reading
Light 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
640 lm
3300 lm
3940 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
19403
50/250A21/2PK
120 96
Soft White Reading
Light 3-way
C, CC-8
1200
640 lm
3300 lm
3940 lm
3 3/8
5 5/16
11376
60A/52/SS
120 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
1000
750 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
60A/52/SS
130 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
1000
710 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
Soft White Energy Saver
C, CC-8
1000
715 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
3CONTACT Med 19404
Med
11380
11
3
@ 120 volts, approximate 46 watts, 540 lumens, 2500 hours
11392
60A/52/W/ES/4PK
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
120 48
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
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I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
A19
A15
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
34
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Standard SuperSaver XL C, CC-8
2500
620 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11388
11
60A/52/SS/XL
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 46 watts, 460 lumens, 6250 hours
Standard SuperSaver XL C, CC-8
2500
610 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11150
58A19/62
125 120
Clear Street Lighting
Group Replacement
C, C-9
3000
650 lm
2 7/8
4 1/4
11149
58A19/62
120 120
Clear Street Lighting
Group Replacement
C, C-9
3000
630 lm
2 7/8
4 1/4
10024
60A15/CL/DL/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Clear Double Life Fan
Light
C, C-9
2000
530 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10048
60A15/CL/DL/FAN/RP
120 24
Clear Double Life Fan
Light
C, C-9
2000
530 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10841
60A15/CL/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Clear Ceiling Fan Light
C, C-9
1000
700 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
11007
60A15/CL/FAN/RP
120 24
Clear Ceiling Fan Light
C, C-9
1000
700 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
52
Med Brass
11384
58
60
A19
A19
A15
Med Brass
Med
Med Brass
A19
Med
60A/52/SS/XL
Pkg
Volts Qty
Description
120 48
Class &
Filament
11005
60A15/SW/FAN/2PK
120 24
Soft White Ceiling Fan
C, C-9
1000
680 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
10842
60A15/SW/FAN/BL/2/24
120 24
Soft White Ceiling Fan
C, C-9
1000
680 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
3
10843
60A15/GARAGE/BL/2/24
120 24
Inside Frost Garage
Door Lamp
C, C-9
1000
690 lm
2 /8
3 1/2
11008
60A15/GARAGE/RP
120 24
Inside Frost Garage
Door
C, C-9
1000
690 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
10152
60A15/FR/PLT12960
120 12960 Inside Frost
C, C-9
1000
690 lm
2 3/8
3 1/2
1
11101
60A/DAY/RP/2/24
120 24
Daylight
C, CC-8
1000
640 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11463
60A/DAY/RP/4/48
120 48
Daylight
C, CC-8
1000
640 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11509
60A/DAY/4/160/RP
120 160
Daylight
C, CC-8
1000
640 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11260
60A/CL/DL/RP
120 24
Clear Double Life
C, CC-8
2000
790 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11227
60A/DLSW/2PK/RP
120 24
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
2000
770 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11204
60A/DLSW/4PK/RP
120 48
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
2000
770 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11201
60A/W/DLSW/4/144/RP
120 144
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
2000
770 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
12423
60A/CL/RS/2/RP
120 24
Clear Rough Service
C, C-9
1000
555 lm
2 7/8
4 7/16
7
12977
60A/RS/RP/1
120 12
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
555 lm
2 /8
4 7/16
13000
60A/RS/2/RP
120 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
555 lm
2 7/8
4 7/16
60A/RS/2/RP
130 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
555 lm
2 7/8
4 7/16
12420
11
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 420 lumens, 2500 hours
10503
60A/RS/SL/RP
120 12
Safeline Rough Service
Inside Frost
C, C-9
1000
555 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11224
60A/CL/RP
120 24
Clear
C, CC-8
1000
880 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
10553
60A/CL
Clear
C, CC-8
1000
880 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
10558
60A/CL/CVP
130 24
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 650 lumens, 2500 hours
Clear
C, CC-8
1000
855 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
10555
11
60A/CL
130 120
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 650 lumens, 2500 hours
Clear
C, CC-8
1000
855 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11208
60A/W/RP
120 24
Soft White
C, CC-8
1000
850 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11205
60A/W/4/RP
120 48
Soft White
C, CC-8
1000
850 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11200
60A/W/4/144/RP
120 144
Soft White
C, CC-8
1000
850 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11214
60A/RP
120 24
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
1000
870 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
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A19
C15
K19
PAR46
T10
BR30
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
120 48
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
1000
870 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
10489
11
60A/CVP
130 24
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 650 lumens, 2500 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
1000
855 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11373
11
60A
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 650 lumens, 2500 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
1000
855 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11715
60A/BLACKLIGHT/RP
120 6
Blacklight
C, CC-8
1000
3 1/8
4 7/16
10576
60A/SPK
120 24
Soft Pink
C, CC-8
1000
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
60
Med
11180
A19
Med Brass
60A/4/RP
Pkg
Volts Qty
12280
60A/GRO
120 6
Spot-GRO
C, C-9
1000
3 /8
4 7/16
10390
60A/Y/RP
120 24
Yellow Bug Light
C, CC-8
1000
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
3 /8
4 7/16
10386
60A/Y/RP
130 24
Yellow Bug Light
C, CC-8
1000
12455
60A/RS/XL
130 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service XL
C, C-9
5000
450 lm
2 7/8
4 7/16
Inside Frost Dental
Spot
C, C-9
1000
1010 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 340 lumens, 12500 hours.
60A
24
120
C15
Med Brass
14200
60C15/FAN/2PK
120 12
Clear Ceiling Fan Light
C, C-9
4000
528 lm
4 1/2
K19
Med
10483
60K19/DR
120 24
Inside Frost
Directional Reflector
C, CC-6
1150
630 lm
4 1/8
10485
60K19/DR/2PK
120 48
Inside Frost
Directional Reflector
C, CC-6
1150
630 lm
4 1/8
PAR46 Screw Term
S19
Med Brass
15199
5,16
60PAR46
38
12
Locomotive Headlamp
C, CC-2V
800
15201
5,16
60PAR46/R
38
12
Red Train Warning
C, CC-2V
800
3 3/4
3 3/4
18513
60S19/CL/LANDMARK
120 12
Clear Landmark
C, C-9
10000
520 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
18516
60S19/LANDMARK
120 12
Inside Frost Landmark
C, C-9
10000
480 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
18710
60T10/64
120 60
Clear
C, C-8
1000
655 lm
5 5/8
18711
60T10/CF
120 60
Inside Frost Showcase
C, C-8
1000
630 lm
5 5/8
S14S
19675
LN60
125 25
Opal White LINESTRA
1605
B, C-8
1000
460 lm
1911/16
BR30 Med
15223
1,2,4,5
65BR30/DAY/1/6/RP
120 6
Daylight Reflector
C, CC-6
2000
420 lm
60°
250 cd
5 3/8
15167
1,2,4,5
65BR30/FL/SL/RP
130 6
Reflector Safeline
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
620 lm
60°
370 cd
5 3/8
15149
1,2,4,5
65BR30/SP/RP
120 6
Reflector Spot
C, CC-6
2000
620 lm
30°
580 cd
5 3/8
15172
1,2,4,5
65BR30/FL/CVP
130 6
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
620 lm
60°
370 cd
5 3/8
15160
1,2,4,5
65BR30/FL/RP
120 6
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
620 lm
60°
370 cd
5 3/8
15165
1,2,4,5
65BR30/FL
120 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
620 lm
60°
370 cd
5 3/8
13129
1,2,4,5
65BR30/FL
130 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
620 lm
60°
370 cd
5 3/8
15148
1,2,4,5
65BR30/TRAY
120 48
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
620 lm
60°
370 cd
5 3/8
T10
65
10640
Med
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I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
BR30
PAR38
A19
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
34
Watts Bulb
65
Base
BR30 Med
Med Brass
PAR38 E26 Med Skt
Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
120 6
Amber Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 3/8
65BR30/B/RP
120 6
Blue Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 3/8
1,2,4,5
65BR30/G/RP
120 6
Green Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 3/8
15153
1,2,4,5
65BR30/PK/RP
120 6
Pink Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 3/8
15161
1,2,4,5
65BR30/R/RP
120 6
Red Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 3/8
15156
1,2,4,5
65BR30/GRO/RP
120 6
Spot-GRO Reflector
C, CC-6
2000
5 3/8
15154
1,2,4,5
65BR30/Y/RP
120 6
Yellow Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 3/8
65BR30/DL/FL/RP
120 6
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
510 lm
60°
300 cd
5 3/8
13804
65PAR/SP
120 15
Spot Super Saver
C, CC-6
1750
715 lm
12°
5500 cd
5 5/16
13802
65PAR/FL
120 15
Flood Super Saver
C, CC-6
1750
715 lm
30°
1700 cd
5 5/16
13805
11 65PAR/FL
130 15
Flood Super Saver
C, CC-6
1750
715 lm
30°
1700 cd
5 5/16
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty
15150
1,2,4,5
65BR30/A/RP
15151
1,2,4,5
15152
15177
1,2,4,5
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 57 watts, 540 lumens, 4375 hours
67
A19
Med
11377
11381
11
75A/67/SS
120 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
750
1050 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
75A/67/SS
130 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
750
1020 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
Soft White Energy Saver
C, CC-8
750
1040 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
@ 120 volts, approximate 59 watts, 780 lumens, 1875 hours
11394
Med Brass
75A/67/W/ES/4PK
11385
11389
11
120 48
75A/67/SSXL
120 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver XL
C, CC-8
2500
880 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
75A/67/SSXL
130 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver XL
C, CC-8
2500
860 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
850 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
@ 120 volts, approximate 59 watts, 660 lumens, 6250 hours
75
A19
Med
11102
75A/DAY/RP/2/24
120 24
10865
75A/DAY/RP/4/48
120 48
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
850 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
10863
75A/DAY/4/160/RP
120 160
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
850 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11175
75ACL/DL/RP
120 24
Clear Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1055 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11337
75A/DLSW/2PK/RP
120 24
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1035 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11331
75A/W/DLSW/4PK/RP
120 48
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1035 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11360
75A/W/DLSW/4/144/RP
120 144
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1035 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
7
12579
75A/RS/RP/1
120 12
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
818 lm
2 /8
4 7/16
13001
75A/RS/2/RP
120 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
818 lm
2 7/8
4 7/16
75A/RS/RP/1
130 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
818 lm
2 7/8
4 7/16
Clear
C, CC-8
750
1200 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
12586
11
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 620 lumens, 2500 hours
11225
12500
75A/CL/RP
75A/CL
120 120
Clear
C, CC-8
750
1200 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
12502
11
75A/CL
130 120
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 920 lumens, 1875 hours
Clear
C, CC-8
750
1190 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
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A19
A21
BR38
BR40
BR30
ER30
K19
PAR38 Side Prong
R20
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Description
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
75
Med
10967
75A/W/RP
120 24
Soft White
C, CC-8
750
1170 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
10970
75A/W/4/RP
120 48
Soft White
C, CC-8
750
1170 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
A19
10941
Med Brass
75A/W/4/144/RP
Pkg
Volts Qty
Class &
Filament
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Soft White
C, CC-8
750
1170 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
12510
75A/CVP
130 24
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 920 lumens, 1875 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1190 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
12521
120 24
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1190 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11374
11
75A
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 920 lumens, 1875 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1190 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
12525
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1190 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
7
75A/RP
75A/4/RP
12528
75A/RS/XL
120 144
120 48
130 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service XL
C, C-9
5000
700 lm
2 /8
4 7/16
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 500 lumens, 12500 hours.
A21
Med
12554
Med Brass
11566
BR38 Med
Med Brass
BR40 Med
15
75A21/RS/SL/RP
120 12
Safeline Rough Service
Inside Frost
C, C-9
1000
800 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
75A21
12
Inside Frost RV-Marine
C, C-6
1000
1420 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
24
15620
1,4
75/OPAR/BUG/RP
120 6
Outdoor Bug Light
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
15618
1,4
75/OPAR/FL/RP
120 6
Outdoor Reflector
Economy Flood
C, CC-6
2000
650 lm
45°
5 5/16
15607
1,4,17 75/OPAR/FL
120 12
Outdoor Reflector
Economy Flood
C, CC-6
2000
650 lm
45°
5 5/16
15128
2,4,5
75BR/FL/RP
120 6
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
680 lm
60°
460 cd
6 1/2
15126
2,4,5
75BR/FL
120 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
680 lm
60°
460 cd
6 1/2
15125
2,4,5,11
75BR/FL
130 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
680 lm
60°
460 cd
6 1/2
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 520 lumens, 5000 hours
Med Brass
ER30
Med
15144
2,4,5
75BR/DL/FL/RP
120 6
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
610 lm
60°
400 cd
6 1/2
15213
2,4,5
75BR40/DL/FL/1/24
120 24
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
610 lm
60°
400 cd
6 1/2
15109
1,2,4,5
75ER30/RP
120 6
Elliptical Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
580 lm
30°
1500 cd
6 3/8
15100
1,2,4,5
75ER30
120 24
Elliptical Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
580 lm
30°
1500 cd
6 3/8
15101
1,2,4,5,11 75ER30
130 24
Elliptical Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
580 lm
30°
1500 cd
6 3/8
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 440 lumens, 5000 hours
K19
Med
12583
75K19/DR
120 24
Inside Frost
Directional Reflector
C, CC-6
1150
855 lm
4 1/8
PAR38 Med Side
Prong
13850
75PAR/3FL
120 12
Compact Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1040 lm
30°
1800 cd
4 5/16
R20
14840
75R20/RP
120 6
Reflector Flood
C, CC-9
2000
500 lm
45°
500 cd
315/16
Med
3,12
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I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
R30
A19
A21
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
34
Description
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
6 1/2
Watts Bulb
Base
75
R30
Med
15146
75R30/BLACKLIGHT/RP
120 6
Blacklight
C, CC-6
1000
90
A19
Med
11378
100A/90/SS
120 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
750
1480 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
100A/90/SS
130 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
750
1480 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11382
11
Pkg
Volts Qty
Class &
Filament
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 79 watts, 1130 lumens, 1875 hours
Med Brass
11396
100A/90/W/ES/4PK
120 48
Soft White Energy Saver
C, CC-8
750
1450 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11386
100A/90/SS/XL
120 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver XL
C, CC-8
2500
1220 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
100A/90/SS/XL
130 48
Standard Frost
SuperSaver XL
C, CC-8
2500
1230 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
1270 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11390
11
@ 120 volts, approximate 79 watts, 940 lumens, 6250 hours
100
A19
Med
12952
100A/DAY/RP/2/24
120 24
12587
100A/DAY/RP/4/48
120 48
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
1270 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
12948
100A/DAY/4/160/RP
120 160
Daylight
C, CC-8
750
1270 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11176
100A/CL/DL/RP
120 24
Clear Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1550 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
12805
100A/DLSW/2PK/RP
120 24
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1530 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
11332
100A/DLSW/4PK/RP
120 48
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1530 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
11365
100A/DLSW/4/144/RP
120 144
Soft White Double Life
C, CC-8
1500
1530 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
7
12997
100A/RS/RP/1
120 12
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
1260 lm
2 /8
4 7/16
13002
100A/RS/2/RP
120 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
1260 lm
2 7/8
4 7/16
100A/RS/2/RP
130 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
1200 lm
2 7/8
4 7/16
Clear
C, CC-8
750
1720 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
12998
11
@ 120 volts, approximate 88 watts, 960 lumens, 2500 hours
11226
100A/CL/RP
12529
Med Brass
100A/CL
120 24
120 120
Clear
C, CC-8
750
1720 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
12531
11
100A/CL
130 120
@ 120 volts, approximate 88 watts, 1295 lumens, 1875 hours
Clear
C, CC-8
750
1700 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
12752
100A/W/RP
120 24
Soft White
C, CC-8
750
1690 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
12770
100A/W/4/RP
120 48
Soft White
C, CC-8
750
1690 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
12796
100A/W/4/144/RP
120 144
Soft White
C, CC-8
750
1690 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
12735
100A/RP
120 24
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1710 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1
12750
100A/4/RP
120 48
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1710 lm
3 /8
4 7/16
12530
100A/LHT
120 120
Standard Frost Left
Hand Thread
C, CC-8
750
1710 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
12709
11
100A/CVP
130 24
@ 120 volts, approximate 88 watts, 1290 lumens, 1875 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1700 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
11375
11
100A
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 88 watts, 1290 lumens, 1875 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1700 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
12766
100A/SPK/RP
120 24
Soft Pink
C, CC-8
1000
3 1/8
4 7/16
12763
100A/Y/RP
120 24
Yellow Bug Light
C, CC-8
1000
3 1/8
4 7/16
7
12559
11
100A/RS/XL
130 24
Inside Frost Rough
Service XL
C, C-9
5000
1040 lm
2 /8
4 7/16
Inside Frost Vibration
Service
C, C-9
1000
1340 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
@ 120 volts, approximate 88 watts, 760 lumens, 12500 hours.
A21
Med
13218
100A21/VS
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 88 watts, 1020 lumens, 2500 hours.
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A21
A23
BR38
BR40
K19
PAR38
PAR46
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Description
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
100
Med
13404
100A21
230 24
Standard Frost
C, C-9
1000
1260 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
13406
100A21
250 24
Standard Frost
C, C-9
1000
1230 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
7
A21
13397
100A21
277 24
Standard Frost
C, C-7A
1000
1042 lm
3 /8
5 5/16
12866
100A21
120 48
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1675 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
7
12909
Med Brass
A23
Pkg
Volts Qty
Class &
Filament
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
100A21/LHT
120 48
Standard Frost Left
Hand Thread
C, CC-8
750
1675 lm
3 /8
5 5/16
12883
11
100A21
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 88 watts, 1260 lumens, 1875 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
1650 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
12946 11
100A21/99/XL
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 88 watts, 1100 lumens, 6250 hours
Standard Frost Excel
C, CC-8
2500
1440 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
12906
100A21/99/XL
120 48
Standard Frost Excel
C, CC-8
2500
1400 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
12834
15
100A21/SL
120 48
Safeline Rhinocoat
(Shatter Protected)
C, CC-8
750
1675 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
12992
15
100A21/RS/SL/RP
120 12
Safeline Rough Service
C, C-9
1000
1260 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
3
Med
12859
100A23
34
12
Inside Frost
C, C-9
1000
1800 lm
4 /8
6 1/16
Med Brass
13280
100A23/20
120 24
Clear Oven
C, C-9
750
1390 lm
4 3/8
6 1/16
1940 lm
3
6 1/16
12858
BR38 Med Brass
BR40 Med
100A23
12
24
Inside Frost
C, C-6
1000
4 /8
15624
1,2,4,5 100/OPAR/FL/A/RP
120 6
Amber Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
15626
1,2,4,5 100/OPAR/FL/B/RP
120 6
Blue Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
15627
1,2,4,5 100/OPAR/FL/G/RP
120 6
Green Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
15623
1,2,4,5 100/OPAR/FL/R/RP
120 6
Red Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
15622
1,2,4,5 100/OPAR/FL/Y/RP
120 6
Yellow Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
14871
4,5
100BR/FL/RP
120 6
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
935 lm
60°
900 cd
6 1/2
14851
4,5
100BR/FL
120 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
935 lm
60°
900 cd
6 1/2
14847
4,5,11
100BR/FL
130 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
935 lm
60°
900 cd
6 1/2
1235 lm
4 1/8
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 88 watts, 710 lumens, 5000 hours
K19
Med
12298
100K19/DR
120 24
Inside Frost
Directional Reflector
C, CC-6
1150
PAR38 E26 Med Skt
13934
100PAR/FL/A/RP
120 6
Silicone Coated Amber
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
13933
100PAR/FL/R/RP
120 6
Silicone Coated Red
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
13948
100PAR/FL/B/RP
120 6
Silicone Coated Blue
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
13949
100PAR/FL/G/RP
120 6
Silicone Coated Green
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
13932
100PAR/FL/Y/RP
120 6
Silicone Coated Yellow
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
5 5/16
100PAR38/HEAT/RED
120 15
Red Lens Heat Lamp
C, C-9
5000
5 5/16
100PAR46
60
Mine Locomotive
C, CC-2V
800
1290 lm
100S19/CL/LANDMARK
120 12
Clear Landmark
C, C-9
10000
1020 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
1000 lm
1
4 7/16
13849
PAR46 Screw Term
15187
S19
18514
Med Brass
18509
2,4,18
5,16
100S19/LANDMARK
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120 12
Inside Frost Landmark
C, C-9
10000
3 3/4
3 /8
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
21
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
A23
BR40
ER40
PAR38 Side Prong
A19
A21
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
34
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty
100/300PS25/RP
120 12
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Inside Frost 3-way
100/300W
C, CC-8
1200
1385 lm
3540 lm
4925 lm
4 1/4
6 3/4
4 3/8
6 1/16
Watts Bulb
Base
Description
100
200
300
PS25
3CONTACT
Mogul
14374
105
A23
Med Brass
13364
5
K105A23/CL
125 24
Clear Krypton Filled ST
Ltg
C, C-9
12000
1120 lm
120
BR40 Med
14915
1,2,4,5
120BR/DL/FL/RP
120 6
Double Life Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
960 lm
60°
835 cd
6 1/2
14897
1,2,4,5
120BR/SP/RP
120 6
Reflector Spot
C, CC-6
2000
1150 lm
25°
3300 cd
6 1/2
14911
1,2,4,5
120BR/SP
120 24
Reflector Spot
C, CC-6
2000
1150 lm
25°
3300 cd
6 1/2
14909
1,2,4,5,11 120BR/SP
130 24
Reflector Spot
C, CC-6
2000
1150 lm
25°
3300 cd
6 1/2
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1150 lm
60°
1000 cd
6 1/2
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 105 watts, 880 lumens, 5000 hours
14888
1,2,4,5,11 120BR/FL/CVP
130 6
@ 120 volts, approximate 105 watts, 880 lumens, 5000 hours
14896
1,2,4,5
120BR/FL/RP
120 6
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1150 lm
60°
1000 cd
6 1/2
14903
1,2,4,5
120BR/FL
120 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1150 lm
60°
1000 cd
6 1/2
14899
1,4,11
120BR/FL
130 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1150 lm
60°
1000 cd
6 1/2
1150 lm
60°
1000 cd
6 1/2
@ 120 volts, approximate 105 watts, 880 lumens, 5000 hours
ER40
Med
15074
1,2,4,5
120BR40/FL/SL
130 24
RHINOCOAT Safeline
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
14898
1,2,4,5
120BR/GRO
120 6
Spot-GRO Reflector
C, CC-6
2000
15166
1,2,4,5
120ER40
120 24
Elliptical Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1370 lm
30°
2350 cd
7 3/8
15168
1,2,4,5,11 120ER40
130 24
Elliptical Reflector
Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1370 lm
30°
2350 cd
7 3/8
1900 lm
30°
4000 cd
4 5/16
6 1/2
@ 120 volts, approximate 106 watts, 1040 lumens, 5000 hours
125
135
PAR38 Med Side
Prong
14572
BR40 Med
14952
15006
A19
Med Brass
17
12830
12831
11
150/120PAR/3FL/SS
120 15
Reflector Flood Super
Saver
C, CC-6
2000
4,5
125BR40/1/RP
120 6
Reflector Infrared
Brooder Bulb
C, CC-6
5000
6 1/2
4,5
BROODERHEAT/1/24
120 24
Brooder Bulb
C, CC-6
5000
6 1/2
150A/135/SS/XL
120 120
Standard Frost
SuperSaver XL
C, CC-8
2500
2050 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
150A/135/SS/XL
130 120
Standard Frost
SuperSaver XL
C, CC-8
2500
2050 lm
3 1/8
4 7/16
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
750
2450 lm
3 7/8
5 1/2
@ 120 volts, approximate 119 watts, 1560 lumens, 6250 hours
A21
Med
12820
150A21/135/SS
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120 48
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
A21
A23
BR38
P25
PAR38
PAR38 Side Prong
PAR46
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
135
Med
12863
A21
11
150A21/135/SS
Pkg
Volts Qty
130 48
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
Standard Frost
SuperSaver
C, CC-8
750
2450 lm
3 7/8
5 1/2
Description
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 119 watts, 1870 lumens, 1875 hours
150
A21
Med
Med Brass
A23
Med
13125
150A21/CL/RP
120 12
Clear Utility Light
C, CC-8
750
2780 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
13136
150A21/CL
120 48
Clear
C, CC-8
750
2780 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
7
13148
11
150A21/CL
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 2030 lumens, 1875 hours
Clear
C, CC-8
750
2730 lm
3 /8
5 5/16
13101
Soft White
C, CC-8
750
2640 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
7
150A21/W/RP
120 12
13165
150A21/IF/RP
120 12
Standard Frost Utility
Light
C, CC-8
750
2740 lm
3 /8
5 5/16
13141
150A21
120 48
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
2740 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
13153
11
150A21
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 2030 lumens, 1875 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
2670 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
13177
120 48
Standard Frost Excel
C, CC-8
2500
2225 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
13178 11
150A21/99/XL
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 1690 lumens, 6250 hours
Standard Frost Excel
C, CC-8
2500
2225 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
15241
150A21/99/XL
150A23/RS
120 48
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-17
1000
2090 lm
4 3/8
6 1/16
150A23/RS
130 48
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-17
1000
2090 lm
4 3/8
6 1/16
Inside Frost
C, CC-8
750
2810 lm
4 5/8
6 1/16
15250 11
150A23/CL/RS
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 1590 lumens, 2500 hours
Clear Rough Service
C, C-17
1000
2110 lm
4 3/8
5 7/8
14869
1,4,17150/OPAR/FL
120 48
Outdoor Reflector
Economy Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1350 lm
45°
5 5/16
15619
1,4,17 150/OPAR/FL/RP
120 6
Outdoor Reflector
Economy Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1350 lm
45°
5 5/16
15608
1,4,17 150/OPAR/FL
120 12
Outdoor Reflector
Economy Flood
C, CC-6
2000
1350 lm
45°
5 5/16
150P25/2SB
120 60
Silver Bowl Clear Hard
Glass Button
C, C-5
200
2040 lm
150PAR/SP
130 15
Spot
C, CC-6
750
2175 lm
12°
18000 cd
5 5/16
Flood
C, CC-6
750
2175 lm
30°
4500 cd
5 5/16
15243
11
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 1590 lumens, 2500 hours
13041
Med Brass
BR38 Med
Med Brass
P25
Med Brass
PAR38 E26 Med Skt
15014
13921
150A23
2
17
120 48
3
4 3/4
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 1660 lumens, 1875 hours
13922
17
150PAR/FL
130 15
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 1660 lumens, 1875 hours
Med Side
Prong
PAR46 Med Side
Prong
13848
16
150PAR/3SP
125 12
Compact Spot
C, CC-6
2000
2175 lm
15°
11500 cd
4 5/16
13853
16
150PAR/3FL
120 12
Compact Flood
C, CC-6
2000
2175 lm
30°
4000 cd
4 5/16
13854
16
150PAR/3FL
125 12
Compact Flood
C, CC-6
2000
2175 lm
30°
4000 cd
4 5/16
15375
5,16,19 150PAR46/3NSP
125 12
Narrow Spot
C, CC-2V
2000
1500 lm
8 x 12 VH
17500 cd
4
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I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
PAR46
PS25
PAR38
A21
A23
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
34
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
130 12
Clear Mine Headlamp
C, C-13
1000
1250 lm
8 x 15 VH
3 3/4
130 60
Inside Frost Vibration
Service
C, C-9
1000
2080 lm
5 1/4
615/16
15207
11
150PS25/CL
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 1880 lumens, 1875 hours
Clear
C, C-9
750
2470 lm
5 1/4
615/16
15280
Inside Frost
C, C-9
750
2470 lm
5 1/4
615/16
1
Pkg
Volts Qty
PAR46 Screw Term
15190
5,16
150PAR46
PS25
15255
11
150PS25/VS
Watts Bulb
150
Description
Class &
Filament
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Base
Med
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 1580 lumens, 2500 hours
150PS25
15276
Med Brass
T10
S14S
120 60
Inside Frost
C, C-9
1000
2340 lm
5 /4
615/16
15282
11
150PS25
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 1770 lumens, 1875 hours
Inside Frost
C, C-9
750
2330 lm
5 1/4
615/16
15431 11
150PS25/99/XL
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 132 watts, 1420 lumens, 6250 hours
Inside Frost Excel-Line
C, C-9
2500
1870 lm
5 1/4
615/16
15293
15
150PS25/SL
120 60
Safeline Rhinocoat
(Shatter Protected)
C, C-9
1000
2200 lm
5 1/4
615/16
15300
15
150PS25/RS/SL
120 60
Safeline Rough Service
C, C-17
1000
2145 lm
4 3/8
515/16
LN150
125 16
Opal White LINESTRA
1604
B, C-8
1000
930 lm
Hard Glass PAR Heat
Lamp
C, CC-6
5000
19690
175
PAR38 E26 Med Skt
189
PS25
Med Brass
15562
200
A21
Med
15476
A23
150PS25/IF
120 60
39 3/8
13836
2,4,18
175W/PAR38/HEAT
120 15
13840
2,4,18
175
120 15
189PS25/64
120 60
Clear Street Lighting
Group Replacement
C, C-9
3000
2825 lm
5 1/4
615/16
200A21/CL/RP
120 12
Clear Utility Light
C, CC-8
750
3880 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
15491
11
200A21/CL
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2960 lumens, 1875 hours
Clear
C, CC-8
750
3880 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
13103
200A21/W/1RP
120 12
Soft White
C, CC-8
750
3650 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
13107
200A21
120 24
Soft White Recessed
Ceiling
C, CC-8
750
3650 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
15499
200A21/RP
120 12
Standard Frost Utility
Light
C, CC-8
750
3850 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
15543
11
200A21
130 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2960 lumens, 1875 hours
Standard Frost
C, CC-8
750
3760 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
Med Brass
15555 11
200A21/99/XL
125 48
@ 120 volts, approximate 188 watts, 2220 lumens, 6250 hours
Standard Frost Excel
C, CC-8
2500
2910 lm
3 7/8
5 5/16
Med
15457
15458
11
5 5/16
5000
200A23/RS
120 48
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-17
1000
3030 lm
4 3/8
5 7/8
200A23/RS
130 48
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-17
1000
2920 lm
4 3/8
5 7/8
4 5/8
6 1/16
@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2220 lumens, 2500 hours
PAR46 Med Side
Prong
15505
200A23
120 48
Inside Frost
C, CC-8
750
3930 lm
15194
5,16,19 200PAR46/3MFL
120 12
Medium Flood
C, CC-13
2000
2270 lm
15 x 25 VH
11500 cd
4
15196
5,16,19 200PAR46/3MFL
125 12
Medium Flood
C, CC-13
2000
2270 lm
15 x 25 VH
11500 cd
4
15191
5,16,19 200PAR46/3NSP
120 12
Narrow Spot
C, CC-13
2000
2270 lm
8 x 12 VH
31000 cd
4
15193
5,16,19 200PAR46/3NSP
125 12
Narrow Spot
C, CC-13
2000
2270 lm
8 x 12 VH
31000 cd
4
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
PAR56
PS25
PS30
BR38
BR40
R40
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Watts Bulb
200
Base
PAR56 Mog End
Prong
PS25
PS30
Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
120 12
Medium Flood Clear
C, CC-13
2000
2270 lm
15 x 20 VH
15000 cd
5
30
Locomotive Headlamp
C, CC-8
500
3700 lm
9 x 9 VH
27000 cd
4 1/2
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty
15007
200PAR56/MFL
200PAR56
5,16,19
Screw Term
14968
Med
15600
11
200PS25
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2820 lumens, 1875 hours
Inside Frost
C, CC-6
750
3700 lm
5 1/4
615/16
Med Brass
15816
Inside Frost Excel-Line
C, CC-6
2500
3000 lm
5 1/4
615/16
1
Med
200PS25/99/XL
12
120 60
15818 11
200PS25/99/XL
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2360 lumens, 6250 hours
Inside Frost Excel-Line
C, CC-6
2500
3000 lm
5 /4
615/16
15865
Clear Rough Service
C, C-9
1000
2630 lm
6
8 1/16
15647
200PS/CL
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2740 lumens, 1875 hours
Clear
C, C-9
750
3600 lm
6
8 1/16
15797
200PS/CL
250 60
Clear
C, C-9
1000
2920 lm
6
8 1/16
15820
200/CL
277 60
Clear
C, C-9
1000
2360 lm
6
8 1/16
15653
11
200PS/IF
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2710 lumens, 1875 hours
Inside Frost
C, C-9
750
3560 lm
6
8 1/16
15673
200PS30/CL/RS
250 60
200PS/23
120 60
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
3080 lm
6
8 1/16
200PS/23
130 60
Inside Frost Rough
Service
C, C-9
1000
3080 lm
6
8 1/16
15725 11
200PS/CL/99/XL
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2190 lumens, 6250 hours
Clear Excel-Line
C, C-9
2500
2875 lm
6
8 1/16
15691 11
200PS/IF/99/XL
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2190 lumens, 6250 hours
Inside Frost Excel-Line
C, C-9
2500
2875 lm
6
8 1/16
15687
15
200PS/23/SL
120 60
Safeline Rough Service
C, C-9
1000
3080 lm
6
8 1/16
15648
15
200PS/SL
120 60
Safeline
C, C-9
1000
3080 lm
6
15675
11
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@ 120 volts, approximate 176 watts, 2350 lumens, 2500 hours
Med Brass
8 1/16
202
PS25
Med Brass
15581
5
202PS25/CL
125 60
Clear Street Lighting
Group Replacement
C, C-9
6000
2750 lm
5 /4
615/16
205
PS25
Med Brass
15547
5
205K/PS25/CL
125 60
Clear Street Light
Krypton
C, C-9
12000
2650 lm
5 1/4
615/16
250
BR38 Med Brass
14661
2,11
250K/BR38/FL
125 12
@ 120 volts, approximate 220 watts, 2360 lumens, 10000 hours
Reflector Flood Krypton
C, CC-6
4000
3100 lm
BR40 Med
14664
2,4,5,18 250BR40/1
120 6
Reflector IR Heat Lamp
Clear
C, CC-6
5000
6 1/2
14665
2,4,5,18 250BR40
120 12
Reflector IR Heat Lamp
Clear
C, CC-6
5000
6 1/2
14663
2,4,5,18 250R40/10
120 6
Red Bowl IR Heat Lamp
Reflector Hard Glass
C, C-6
5000
6 7/8
R40
300
Med
BR40 Med Brass
1
513/16
14779
1,2,4,5
300BR/FL
120 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-2V
2000
3030 lm
60°
2900 cd
6 1/2
14781
1,2,4,5,11
300BR/FL
130 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-2V
2000
3030 lm
60°
2900 cd
6 1/2
@ 120 volts, approximate 264 watts, 2240 lumens, 5000 hours
PAR56 Mog End
Prong
14950
16,19
300PAR56/MFL
120 12
Medium Flood
C, CC-13
2000
3840 lm
11 x 25 VH
24000 cd
5
14946
16,19
300PAR56/MFL
130 12
Medium Flood
C, CC-13
2000
3840 lm
11 x 25 VH
24000 cd
5
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
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I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
PAR56
PS30
PS35
R40
BR40
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
34
Watts Bulb
300
Base
PAR56 Mog End
PS30
Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
120 12
Wide Flood
C, CC-13
2000
3840 lm
20 x 35 VH
11000 cd
5
300PAR56/WFL
130 12
Wide Flood
C, CC-13
2000
3840 lm
20 x 35 VH
11000 cd
5
16,19
300PAR56/NSP
120 12
Narrow Spot
C, CC-13
2000
3840 lm
8 x 10 VH
68000 cd
5
16,19
300PAR56/NSP
130 12
Narrow Spot
C, CC-13
2000
3840 lm
8 x 10 VH
68000 cd
5
4 1/2
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty
14953
16,19
300PAR56/WFL
14945
16,19
14947
14944
Screw Term
14967
25A/PAR56/WFL
12
12
Swimming Pool
C, C-6
1000
6000 lm
15 x 40 VH
Med
15740
300M/CL/RP
120 12
Clear Utility Light
C, C-9
750
5870 lm
6
8 1/16
15742
300M/CL
120 60
Clear Utility Light
C, C-9
750
5870 lm
6
8 1/16
15744
11
300M/CL
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 264 watts, 4390 lumens, 1875 hours
Clear Utility Light
C, C-9
750
5820 lm
6
8 1/16
15735
300M/IF/RP
120 12
Inside Frost Utility
Light
C, C-9
750
5860 lm
6
8 1/16
15737
300M/IF
120 60
Inside Frost Utility
Light
C, C-9
750
5860 lm
6
8 1/16
15738
300M/IF/CVP/6
130 6
Inside Frost Utility
Light
C, C-9
750
5760 lm
6
8 1/16
Inside Frost Utility
Light
C, C-9
750
5760 lm
6
8 1/16
15758 11
300M/CL/99/XL
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 264 watts, 3850 lumens, 6250 hours
Clear Excel-Line
C, C-9
2500
5050 lm
6
8 1/16
15761 11
300M/IF/99/XL
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 264 watts, 3800 lumens, 6250 hours
Inside Frost Excel-Line
C, C-9
2500
4990 lm
6
8 1/16
15904
300PS35/CL/99/XL
120 24
Clear Excel-Line
C, C-9
2500
5190 lm
7
9 3/8
15925
300PS35/99IF/XL
120 24
Inside Frost Excel-Line
C, C-9
2500
5190 lm
7
9 3/8
15930
300PS35/99IF/XL
130 24
Inside Frost Excel-Line
C, C-9
2500
5070 lm
7
9 3/8
15876
300PS35/RS
130 24
Clear Rough Service
C, C-9
1000
5100 lm
7
9 3/8
15915
300PS35/CL
120 24
Clear Utility Light
C, C-9
1000
5700 lm
7
9 3/8
15917
300PS35/CL
130 24
Clear Utility Light
C, C-9
1000
5250 lm
7
9 3/8
16068
300PS35/CL
277 24
Clear
C, C-7A
1000
4220 lm
7
9 3/8
15918
300PS35/IF
120 24
Inside Frost Utility
Light
C, C-9
1000
5700 lm
7
9 3/8
15920
300PS35/IF
130 24
Inside Frost Utility
Light
C, C-9
1000
5250 lm
7
9 3/8
300R/3FL
120 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-2V
2000
3660 lm
60°
2375 cd
4850 lm
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@ 120 volts, approximate 264 watts, 4390 lumens, 1875 hours
15739
11
300M/IF
130 60
@ 120 volts, approximate 264 watts, 4390 lumens, 1875 hours
Med Brass
PS35
Mogul
R40
Mogul
14796
327
PS35
Mogul
16182
327PS35
125 24
Clear Street Lighting
Group Replacement
C, C-9
6000
375
BR40 Med Skt
14746
2,4,5,18 375BR40
120 24
IR Reflector Industrial
C, C-11
5000
7 1/4
R40
14747
2,18 375R40/1
120 24
Reflector IR Heat Lamp
Clear
C, C-11
5000
7 5/8
Med Skt
2,4,20
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7
9 3/8
Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
PAR64
PS35
R40
CA
B10
F10
G16.5
GENERAL PURPOSE LAMPS
34
Watts Bulb
500
Base
PAR64 Ext Mog
End Pr
PS35
R40
Mogul
Mogul
Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Lumens
Rated Beam Angle LCL
Life(hrs) CBCP
(in)
MOL
(in)
120 6
Medium Flood
C, CC-13
2000
6500 lm
11 x 25 VH
37000 cd
6
500PAR64/MFL
130 6
Medium Flood
C, CC-13
2000
6500 lm
11 x 25 VH
37000 cd
6
5,16,19
500PAR64/WFL
120 6
Wide Flood
C, CC-13
2000
6500 lm
20 x 40 VH
13000 cd
6
14937
5,16,19
500PAR64/WFL
130 6
Wide Flood
C, CC-13
2000
6500 lm
20 x 40 VH
13000 cd
6
14938
5,16,19
500PAR64/NSP
120 6
Narrow Spot
C, CC-13
2000
6500 lm
7 x 12 VH
110000 cd
6
16032
500PS35/CL
120 24
Clear
C, CC-8
1000
10000 lm
7
9 3/8
16034
500PS35/CL
130 24
Clear
C, CC-8
1000
10000 lm
7
9 3/8
16038
500PS35/IF
120 24
Inside Frost
C, CC-8
1000
10000 lm
7
9 3/8
16040
500PS35/IF
130 24
Inside Frost
C, CC-8
1000
10000 lm
7
9 3/8
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty
14932
5,16,19
500PAR64/MFL
14934
5,16,19
14935
14835
3,5
500R/3FL
120 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-2V
2000
6925 lm
60°
4355 cd
7 1/4
14857
3,5
500R/3FL
250 24
Reflector Flood
C, CC-11
2000
5100 lm
60°
3000 cd
7 1/4
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DECORATIVE LAMPS
1
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
2
CA8
Candelabra
13497
2CA8C/CL/FL/BL
120
6
Clear Flicker
B
3000
3 1/2
CA10
Med
13496
2CA10/CL/FL/BL
120
6
Clear Flicker
B
3000
3 1/2
B10
Candelabra
13315
15B10C/DL/BL
120
12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13448
15B10C/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13782
15B10C/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13657
15B10CBAGPK
120
200 Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13675
15B10C/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 5/8
15
Med
F10
G16.5
25
B10
Candelabra
Candelabra
Candelabra
13433
6
15B10/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13715
6
15B10/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 9/16
13435
15FC/AIC/BL/2PK
120
12
Amber Flame Shape
Iridescent
B, C-7A
1500
3 1/16
13434
15FC/IC/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Iridescent Flame
Shape
B, C-7A
1500
3 1/16
13436
15FC/W/BL/2PK
120
12
White Flame Shape
B, C-7A
1500
3 1/16
13709
15G16.5C/4M
120
24
Clear Globe
B, C-7A
4000
3
13616
15G16.5C
120
24
Clear Globe
B, C-7A
1500
3
13617
15G16.5C/W
120
24
White Globe
B, C-7A
1500
3
13306
25B10C/DL/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Double Life Decor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
B10
F15
G16.5
G25
DECORATIVE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
1
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
25
Candelabra
13316
25B10C/DL/BL
120
12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13743
25B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120
12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13317
25B10C/DLF/BL
120
12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13308
25B10C/DLF/BL/4PK
120
24
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13452
25B10C/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13570
25B10C/BAGPK
120
200 Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13678
25B10C/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 5/8
13453
25B10C/F/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
B10
Med
F15
G16.5
G25
Med
Candelabra
13318
6
25B10/DL/BL
120
12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13331
6
25B10/DL/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13438
6
25B10/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13654
6
25B10/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13717
6
25B10/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 9/16
13439
6
25B10/F/BL/2PK
120
12
Soft White Décor Bent
Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13823
25F/AIC/BL/2PK
120
12
Amber Flame Shape
Iridescent
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13806
25F/CL
120
24
Clear Flame Shape
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13821
25F/IC/BL/2PK
120
12
Iridescent Flame Shape
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13820
25F/W/BL/2PK
120
12
Soft White Flame Shape
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13704
25G16.5C/4M
120
24
Clear Globe
B, C-7A
4000
3
13703
25G16.5C/W/4M
120
24
Soft White Globe
B, C-7A
4000
3
13625
25G16.5C/BL
120
12
Clear Globe
B, C-7A
1500
3
13618
25G16.5C
120
24
Clear Globe
B, C-7A
1500
3
13622
25G16.5C/W/BL
120
12
White Globe
B, C-7A
1500
3
Med
10298
25G16.5/BL
120
12
Clear Globe
C, C-7A
1500
3
10297
25G16.5/W/BL
120
12
White Globe
C, C-7A
1500
3
Med
14145
25G25/DL/RP
120
6
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14276
25G25/4M
120
24
Clear Globe
C, C-9
4000
4 7/16
14146
25G25/DLSW/RP
120
6
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14103
25G25/DLSW/RP/48
120
48
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14277
25G25/W/4M
120
24
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
4000
4 7/16
14105
25G25/DL/RP/48
120
48
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14282
25G25/RP
120
6
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14264
25G25
120
24
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14210
25G25/3PK/RP
120
24
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14286
25G25/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14265
25G25/W
120
24
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 33
G25
G30
G40
B10
F15
G16.5
DECORATIVE LAMPS
1
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
25
G25
Med
14211
25G25/W/3PK/RP
120
24
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
G30
Med
14404
25G30/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
2500
5 1/2
G40
Med
14685
25G40
120
6
Clear Globe
C, C-9
2500
615/16
14901
25G40/W
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
2500
615/16
32
B10
Candelabra
13737
32B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120
12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
4000
3 7/8
40
B10
Candelabra
13319
40B10C/DL/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13328
40B10C/DL/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Double Life Decor
Bent Tip Four Pack
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13741
40B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120
12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13714
40B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/4/24
120
24
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13320
40B10C/DLF/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13309
40B10C/DLF/BL/4PK
120
24
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13456
40B10C/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13648
40B10C/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13571
40B10C/BAGPK
120
200 Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13681
40B10C/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 5/8
13457
40B10C/F/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13682
40B10C/F/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 5/8
Med
F15
G16.5
Med
Candelabra
13321
6
40B10/DL/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13740
6
40B10/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120
12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13723
6
40B10/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/4PK
120
24
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13322
6
40B10/DLF/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13440
6
40B10/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13651
6
40B10/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13719
6
40B10/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 9/16
13720
6
40B10/F/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 9/16
13441
6
40B10/F/BL/2PK
120
12
Soft White Décor Bent
Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13986
40F/AIC/BL/2PK
120
12
Amber Flame Shape
Iridescent
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13974
40F/CL
120
24
Clear Flame Shape
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13985
40F/IC/BL/2PK
120
12
Iridescent Flame Shape
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13984
40F/W/BL/2PK
120
12
White Flame Shape
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13700
40G16.5C/4M
120
24
Clear Globe
C, C-7A
4000
3
13699
40G16.5C/W/4M
120
24
Soft White Globe
C, C-7A
4000
3
13666
40G16.5C/BL
120
12
Clear Globe
C, C-7A
1500
3
13702
40G16.5C
120
24
Clear Globe
C, C-7A
1500
3
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C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
G16.5
G25
G30
G40
A19
B10
DECORATIVE LAMPS
I
N
C
A
N
D
E
S
C
E
N
T
1
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
40
Candelabra
13667
40G16.5C/W/BL
120
12
White Globe
C, C-7A
1500
3
Med
10300
40G16.5/BL
120
12
Clear Globe
C, C-7A
1500
3
10299
40G16.5/W/BL
120
12
White Globe
C, C-7A
1500
3
Med
13966
40G25/DAY/1/6
120
6
Daylight Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14002
40G25/DAY/1/48
120
48
Daylight Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14147
40G25/DL/RP
120
6
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14148
40G25/DLSW/RP
120
6
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14175
40G25/DLSW/1/48
120
48
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14174
40G25/DL/1/48
120
48
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14191
40G25/CVP/130V
130
6
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14283
40G25/RP
120
6
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14266
40G25
120
24
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14212
40G25/3PK/RP
120
24
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14190
40G25/W/CVP130V
130
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14287
40G25/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14267
40G25/W
120
24
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14213
40G25/W/3PK/RP
120
24
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14235
40G25/W/DIYPACK
120
24
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
G16.5
G25
60
G30
Med
14405
40G30/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
2500
5 1/2
G40
Med
14619
40G40/RP
120
6
Clear Globe
C, C-9
2500
615/16
14620
40G40/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
2500
615/16
A19
Med Brass
10613
60A/SB
120
120 Silver Bowl
C, CC-8
1000
4 7/16
B10
Candelabra
13777
60B10C/DL/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13705
60B10C/DL/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Double Life Decor
Bent Tip Four Pack
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13744
60B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/2PK
120
12
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13749
60B10C/CRYSTAL/DL/BL/4/24
120
24
Double Life Crystal
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13778
60B10C/DLF/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13754
60B10C/DLF/BL/4PK
120
24
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
3 7/8
13460
60B10C/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13649
60B10C/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13572
60B10C/BAGPK
120
200 Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13684
60B10C/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 5/8
13461
60B10C/F/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 7/8
13685
60B10C/F/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 5/8
13323
60B10/DL/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13333
60B10/DL/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Double Life Décor
Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
Med
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B10
C15
F15
G16.5
G25
G30
G40
A21
P25
PS25
PS35
DECORATIVE LAMPS
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Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Volts Qty Description
Class &
Filament
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
60
Med
13324
60B10/DLF/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Double Life
Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
3000
313/16
13442
60B10/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13650
60B10/BL/4PK
120
24
Clear Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13721
60B10/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Clear Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 9/16
13443
60B10/F/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Décor Bent Tip
C, C-7A
1500
313/16
13722
60B10/F/T/BL/2PK
120
12
Frosted Décor Blunt Tip
C, C-7A
1500
3 9/16
B10
C15
Med
13757
60C15/SG/BL
120
6
Spun-Glo Clear Fiber
Wrapped
C, C-9
4000
4 1/2
F15
Med
13992
60F/BL
120
12
Clear Flame Shape
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13993
60F/CL
120
24
Clear Flame Shape
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13982
60F/IC/BL/2PK
120
12
Iridescent Flame Shape
C, C-7A
1500
4 1/2
13665
60G16.5C/BL
120
12
Clear Globe
C, C-2
1500
3
G16.5
G25
G30
G40
100
150
300
Candelabra
13664
60G16.5C/W/BL
120
12
Soft White Globe
C, C-2
1500
3
Med
10302
60G16.5/BL
120
12
Clear Globe
C, C-7A
1500
3
10301
60G16.5/W/BL
120
12
White Globe
C, C-7A
1500
3
Med
13967
60G25/DAY/1/6
120
6
Daylight Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14003
60G25/DAY/1/48
120
48
Daylight Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14149
60G25/DL/RP
120
6
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14150
60G25/DLSW/RP
120
6
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14104
60G25/DLSW/RP/48
120
48
Soft White Double Life
Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14106
60G25/DL/RP/48
120
48
Clear Double Life Globe
C, C-9
3000
4 7/16
14261
60G25/RP
120
6
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14280
60G25
120
24
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14214
60G25/3PK/RP
120
24
Clear Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14262
60G25/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14281
60G25/W
120
24
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14215
60G25/W/3PK/RP
120
24
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
1500
4 7/16
14407
60G30/RP
120
6
Clear Globe
C, C-9
2500
5 1/2
14406
60G30/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
2500
5 1/2
14621
60G40/RP
120
6
Clear Globe
C, C-9
2500
615/16
14622
60G40/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
2500
615/16
100A21/1SB/IF
120
24
Silver Bowl
C, CC-6
1000
5 5/16
Med
Med
A21
Med
13195
2
G40
Med
14623
100G40/RP
120
6
Clear Globe
C, C-9
2500
615/16
14624
100G40/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
2500
615/16
150G40/W/RP
120
6
Soft White Globe
C, C-9
2500
615/16
150P25/2SB
120
60
Silver Bowl Clear Hard
Glass Button
C, C-5
200
4 3/4
G40
Med
14913
P25
Med Brass
15014
PS25
Med
15271
150PS25/SB
120
60
Silver Bowl
C, C-9
1000
615/16
PS35
Mogul
15958
300PS35/SB/IF
120
24
Silver Bowl Inside
Frost Brass Base
C, C-9
1000
9 3/8
2
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A19
A21
A23
TRAFFIC SIGNAL LAMPS
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A
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D
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C
E
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T
3
Watts Bulb
Base
54
A19
Med Brass
10441
13
54A19TS/8M/SS
120 120
Clear Traffic Signal KR
Filled w/ Heat Reflector
C, C-11V 8000
515
2 7/16
4 7/16
60
A19
Med Brass
10442
13
60A19TS/8M/SS
120 120
Clear Traffic Signal KR
Filled w/ Heat Reflector
C, C-11V 8000
595
2 7/16
4 7/16
67
A21
Med Brass
12570
67A21/40/8M
120 24
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
610
2 7/16
4 7/16
7
69
A21
Med Brass
A19
Med Brass
Description
Class &
Filament
8000
LCL
(in)
MOL
(in)
12562
67A21/40/8M
130 120
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
610
2 /16
4 7/16
12572
67A21/40/8M
130 24
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
610
2 7/16
4 7/16
7
12496
69A21/TS/8M
120 24
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
640
2 /16
4 7/16
12497
69A21/TS/8M
125 24
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
665
2 7/16
4 7/16
640
7
2 /16
4 7/16
12498
90
Pkg
Volts Qty
Avg
Rated Approx
Life(hrs) Lumens
Product Symbols &
NumberFootnotes Ordering Abbreviation
12299
13
11151
13
69A21/TS/8M
130 24
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
90A19/1/TS/8M/SS
120 120
Clear Traffic Signal KR
Filled w/ Heat Reflector
C, C-11V 8000
1000
3
4 7/16
90A19/TS/8M/SS
120 120
Clear Traffic Signal KR
Filled w/ Heat Reflector
C, C-11V 8000
1000
2 7/16
4 7/16
101
A23
Med Brass
13305
101A23/6M
120 120
Inside Frost Traffic
Signal
C, C-9
6000
900
4 3/8
6 1/16
116
A21
Med Brass
12833
116A21/TS/8M
120 24
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
1260
2 7/16
4 7/16
7
12838
116A21/TS/8M
125 24
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
1235
2 /16
4 7/16
12817
116A21/TS/8M
130 24
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
1260
2 7/16
4 7/16
135A21/TS/8M/SS
120 24
Clear Traffic Signal KR
Filled w/ Heat Reflector
C, C-11V 8000
1750
3
4 7/16
135
A21
Med Brass
12843
13
170
A23
Med Brass
15017
1950L/A23/8M
120 60
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
1950
3
4 3/4
15019
1950L/A23/8M
125 60
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
1950
3
4 3/4
15021
1950L/A23/8M
130 60
Clear Traffic Signal
C, C-9
8000
1950
3
4 3/4
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SYMBOLS & FOOTNOTES FOR INCANDESCENT LAMPS
Symbol
Description
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D
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C
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T
New item introduced within the past year.
Indicates aluminum base.
Do not operate in household sockets.
Operate base down.
Operate base down to horizontal.
Heat resistant, hard glass.
PAR lamps are suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Not recommended for horizontal operation.
Do not operate in paper lined sockets.
Operate in any position.
This lamp or ballast meets minimum Federal efficiency standards.
This ECOLOGIC® lamp was designed to pass the Federal TCLP criteria for classification as non-hazardous waste in most states. Disposal
regulations may vary; check local and state regulations.
Lamp qualifies as Risk Group 3 per ANSI / IESNA RP27.3-96.
Use Caution when operating this product. Read and understand all warnings and instructions on packaging before installation.
Footnote
Description
1
Should not be used in equipment where base temperature will exceed 500˚ F.
2
Operate only in porcelain sockets.
3
Not recommended for use in enclosed close-fitting housings.
4
May not give satisfactory performance if any accessory lighting equipment touches the glass bulb.
5
Should be shielded against moisture falling on bulb.
6
Not for use in ceiling fan fixtures
7
Nominal wattage - actual may be slightly higher to achieve required light output.
8
Indefinite long life. Designed for life in excess of 10,000 hours. In-service life depends upon burning conditions.
9
Average laboratory life is 200 hours for vacuum cleaner and 600 hours for sewing machine services.
10
Additional product information can be found in the SYLVANIA Automotive, Miniature and Sealed Beam Lamp Catalog Form 208.
11
Incandescent lamps operated at less than rated voltage provide a lower light output, longer life, lower color temperature and are less efficient
in terms of lumens per watt.
12
In base up operation, heat may eventually deteriorate paper-lined or plastic sockets.
13
Minimum run. Check nearest OSRAM SYLVANIA Sales Office for details.
14
For diesel electric locomotives without voltage regulators.
15
Operation of lamp in any position other than base up may result in some loss of protective coating.
16
For use only with heat-resisting connector and with bulb supported by bulb rim or metal shell of base.
17
Operate only in porcelain or other socket approved for 150 watt PAR lamp.
18
Designed for service other than illumination.
19
A protective shield must be used external to the lamp.
20
High temperature base. Designed to operate in equipment where base temperature run between 500F - 570F.
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OSRAM SYLVANIA: THE LEADER IN
HALOGEN LAMP TECHNOLOGY
Halogen lamps are generally of the 'lamp within a lamp' design. The outer 'lamp' or jacket is made from a heavy walled borosilicate glass.
The inner 'lamp' is the tungsten halogen capsule that is made from either glass or quartz and contains
a filament, lead wires and a halogen gas mixture.
CAPSYLITE IR®
Save energy while still making your merchandise stand out from the crowd. Energy
efficient SYLVANIA CAPSYLITE IR lamps use a specially designed halogen light source
that actually recycles some of the heat it creates to generate more light for less energy.
Daylight Plus™ PAR
The special blue lenses on these halogen PAR lamps help to fill your space with whiter, more natural light.
CAPSYLITE® Daylight Plus A-Line
Replace a standard incandescent lamp with a CAPSYLITE Daylight Plus A-Line lamp to
get a crisp, bright, more natural light that really lasts. Average rated life for these lamp
types is 3,000 to 3,500 hours - up to four times the ratings of the lamps that they
replace!
PAR38
PAR38 lamps are energy saving replacements for standard incandescent BR40 lamps. They are also the
workhorses of retail lighting. SYLVANIA CAPSYLITE SPL PAR38 lamps offer cutting edge optics and optimal
performance to make your merchandise look its best.
PAR30 Long Neck
These energy efficient replacements for BR30 lamps are used everywhere from recessed
cans to track lights. More efficient than competitors long neck PAR30 lamps because of
our unique neck extender design, SYLVANIA PAR30LN SPL® lamps are the perfect
choice every time.
PAR20
SYLVANIA CAPSYLITE SPL PAR20 lamps are energy saving replacements for standard incandescent R20
lamps. Replacing a 50W R20 lamp with a SYLVANIA exclusive 35PAR20 lamp results in an energy savings of
15W per lamp with an increase in light output of nearly 10%!
TRU-AIM® Low Voltage Lamps
SYLVANIA's complete line of TRU-AIM low voltage lamps offer something for everyone.
Choose from standard MR16s (TRU-AIM), aluminized MR16s (TRU-AIM Brilliant) or top
of the line TRU-AIM IR.
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
FILAMENTS
CC-8
CC-2V
CC-6
Axial (AX)
Tranverse (TR)
T
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G
S
T
E
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H
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O
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E
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C-8 Double End
BASES
Ext. Mog.
End Prong
E10
Miniture Screw
G4
E11 Mini can
E26 Medium Skt.
G9
E26 Medium
G53
Recessed Single Contact
RSC
R7s
GY 6.35
Screw Term.
GU4
DC Bayonet
B15d
BA15d
GU5.3
Mogul End Prong
GU10
Med Side Pr.
LAMPS
T3, T4 BI-PIN
PAR30
PAR56 Mog End Pr
T4 G9.
PAR30LN
MR16, MR11
PAR36
Medium Skt.
PAR64 Mog End Pr
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T4 DC Bayonet
PAR14
PAR16
PAR38
PAR38
Medium Side Prong
T3, T4 Mini Can
PAR16 GU10
PAR20
AR70
T3, T4 RSC Double End
AR111
T10
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The following item was accepted into 2003 IESNA Progress Report which recognizes innovative products introduced
to the industry during that year.
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40 Watt PAR 20 CAPSYLITE IR®
HOW TO READ PRODUCT INFORMATION - TUNGSTEN HALOGEN
4
Watts Bulb
40
60
50
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
T4
G9
57017
PAR38 E26 Med Skt 14466
PAR30LN E26 Med
14520
Bulb
5,10
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp Beam
Volts Qty Finish Type
Avg
Class & Rated Approx
Beam LCL MOL
Filament Life (hrs) Lumens CBCP Angle (in) (in)
40CAPSYLITEG9/F/BL 120 10 Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
10,11 60PAR/CAP/IR/FL30 120 15 Flood Flood
CC-8
3000
10,19,20 50PAR30LN/CAP/NFL25 120 15
Narrow FloodCC-8
2500
480
1110
660
1
3600 30
2300 25
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5 5⁄16
4 11⁄16
Describes the shape of the bulb followed by the bulb’s major diameter given in eighths of an inch.
See page 35: Halogen Lamps.
See page 35: Base Identification.
All symbols and footnotes that apply to a specific product will appear in this space. The explanations of the symbols and
footnotes are at the end of the halogen section on page 56-57.
Applies only to non-reflector type lamps, usually either clear or frosted.
Applies only to reflector type lamps. Describes the beam angle qualitatively as either a spot or a flood, etc.
Base
Symbols &
Footnotes
Lamp Finish
Beam Type
How to Read Ordering Abbreviations
40CAPSYLITE®/G9/F/BL
40
Nominal lamp wattage
CAPSYLITE/G9 CAPSYLITE lamp with G9 base
F
Frosted finish
BL
Blister Card Package
60PAR/CAP/IR/FL30
60
Nominal lamp wattage
PAR Bulb shape PAR38
CAP CAPSYLITE lamp
IR
Infrared conserving capsule
FL30 Flood beam 30 degrees
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NFL25
50
Nominal lamp wattage
PAR30LN Bulb shape PAR30 Long Neck
CAP
CAPSYLITE lamp
SPL®
SPL Optical System
NFL25
Narrow Flood beam 25 degrees
ANSI BEAM ANGLE DESIGNATION
Beam angles for reflector lamps are designated to conform with ANSI C78.379 -Classification of the Beam Patterns of Reflector Lamps. For
beam angles less than 13°, beam angles are rounded to the nearest whole number. For beam angles between 13° and 50°, values are rounded to the nearest 5°. For beam angles 50° and greater, the value is rounded to the nearest 10°. As an example, a family of lamps with an
average beam angle of 13° is classified as 15°, and a family of lamps with an average beam angle of 55° would be classified as 60°.
LIFE RATING
The average rated life for 130V tungsten halogen lamps operated at 120V is conservatively estimated to be approximately 2 times the life
when operated at rated voltage (130V).
ANSI CODE REFERENCE GUIDE
ANSI ITEM
CODE NO.
L.L. ORDERING
ABBREVIATION
(EXCEPT VOLTS)
BAB
EHM
EHT
ESL
ESM
ESN
ESP
ESR
ESS
ESX
ETB
ETC
ETD
20MR16/FL/40
300T3Q/CL
250Q/CL/MC
150Q/CL/MC
250Q/MC
100Q/CL/MC
150Q/CL/DC/1
100Q/CL/DC
250Q/CL/DC
20MR16/NSP/8
250Q/DC
150Q/CL/DC
100Q/DC
54200
58923
58762
58738
58763
58761
58742
58755
58720
54201
58753
58741
58757
VOLTS PAGE
ANSI ITEM
CODE NO.
L.L. ORDERING
ABBREVIATION
(EXCEPT VOLTS)
VOLTS PAGE
12
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
12
120
120
120
ETF
ETG
ETH
EVR
EXN
EXT
EXZ
EYT
EYV
EYW
EYX
FCL
FCZ
150Q/DC
150Q/CL/MC/2
150Q/MC
500Q/CL/MC
50MR16/FL/40
50MR16/NSP/12
50MR16/NFL/25
750Q/CL/MC
500Q/MC
500Q/CL/MC
500Q/MC
500T3Q/CL
500T3Q
120
120
120
120
12
12
12
120
130
130
120
120
120
53
50
49
49
49
49
49
49
49
53
49
49
49
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58737
58735
58736
58766
54207
54208
54205
58769
58768
58756
58767
58856
58883
49
49
49
49
53
53
53
49
49
49
49
50
49
ANSI ITEM
CODE NO.
L.L. ORDERING
ABBREVIATION
(EXCEPT VOLTS)
VOLTS PAGE
FMW
FNV
FRA
FRB
FPA
FPC
FPB
FTB
FTD
FTE
FTH
35MR16/FL/40
50MR16/VWFL60
35MR16/SP20
35MR16/NSP/8
65MR16/NSP/10
65MR16/NFL/25
65MR16/FL/40
20MR11/SP10
20MR11/FL35
35MR11/SP10
35MR11/FL40
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
54203
54206
58602
54204
58563
58565
58564
55109
55107
55113
55111
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
53
Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
TUNGSTEN HALOGEN BRAND NAME GUIDE
SYLVANIA
®
®
CAPSYLITE SPL PAR38
CAPSYLITE SPL PAR30
CAPSYLITE SPL PAR30 Long Neck
CAPSYLITE SPL PAR20
CAPSYLITE Designer 16
TRU-AIM TITAN®
TRU-AIM® Standard MR16
TRU-AIM IR
TRU-AIM Standard MR11
TRU-AIM BRILLIANT®
STANDARD Bi-Pin
STARLITE Bi-Pin
Double End
SUPER Q
Double End Quartz Infrared Heat
Large PAR
CAPSYLITE A-Line Midbreak
Halogen T10
AR111
AR70
SYLVANIA 250W CAPSYLITE PAR 38
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR38
CAPSYLITE IR PAR30
CAPSYLITE COOL-LUX
GE*
PHILIPS**
OSRAM***
HALOGEN PLUS PAR 38
Compact PAR30
Compact PAR30 Long Neck
Compact PAR20
HALOGEN Compact PAR16
ConstantColor Precise
Standard MR16
PRECISE COVERGLASS IR MR16
STANDARD MR11
MasterLine PAR38 DiOptic
MasterLine PAR30S WISO
MasterLine PAR30L Long Neck WISO
MasterLine PAR20 WISO
MasterLine PAR16
Continuum Color
BrilliantLine Pro MR16
MasterLine ES IRC MRC16
BrilliantLine Pro MRC11
Continuum Pro Aluminum Coated
Halogen Low Voltage Capsule
Halogen Low Voltage Capsule
Halogen Double-Ended Linear
Halogen Single-Ended
Quartz Infrared Heat
Halogen PAR56 and PAR64
Halogena
HALOPAR38
HALOPAR30
Quartz Halogen
Quartzline Halogen
Quartzline Halogen
Tubular Quartz Heat
Quartzline Halogen
Halogen A-Line
Quartzline PAR38
HIR PAR 38
Compact HIR PAR 30
Cool Beam PAR 38
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
HALOPAR20
HALOPAR16
Decostar 51 TITAN
Decostar 51
Decostar 51 IRC
Decostar 35
Decostar 51 ALU
HALOSTAR Standard
HALOSTAR STARLITE
HALOLINE
HALOLUX Ceram
HALOLUX BT
HALOLUX Ceram
HALOSPOT 111
HALOSPOT 70
MasterLine IRC PAR38
* Trademark or registered trademarks of General Electric Company. ** Trademark or registered trademarks of Philips. *** Trademark or registered trademarks of OSRAM.
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37
A19
T10
CAPSYLITE® A-LINE
15
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
42
E26 Med
18907
A19
18908
1
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
42A/CAP
120
12
Inside
Frost
C, CC-8
3500
570
3 1/8
4 3/8
42A/CAP
130
12
Inside
Frost
C, CC-8
3500
570
3 1/8
4 3/8
52A/CAP
120
12
Inside
Frost
C, CC-8
3500
770
3 1/8
4 3/8
52A/CAP
130
12
Inside
Frost
C, CC-8
3500
770
3 1/8
4 3/8
72A/CAP
120
12
Inside
Frost
C, CC-8
3500
1150
3 1/8
4 3/8
72A/CAP
130
12
Inside
Frost
C, CC-8
3500
1150
3 1/8
4 3/8
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|
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@ 120 volts, approximate 37 watts, 450 lumens, 7000 hours
52
A19
E26 Med
18921
18922
1
@ 120 volts, approximate 46 watts, 600 lumens, 7000 hours
72
A19
E26 Med
18937
18938
1
@ 120 volts, approximate 63 watts, 900 lumens, 7000 hours
DAYLIGHT PLUS™ A-LINE
15
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
60
E26 Med
18998
75
100
A19
A19
A19
E26 Med
E26 Med
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
60A/HAL/DAY/CL/CLAM
120
C, CC-8
6
Clear
3000
960
3 1/8
4 3/8
1
18999
60A/HAL/DAY/CLAM
120
6
Frosted
C, CC-8
3000
960
3 /8
4 3/8
18942
60A/HAL/DAY/CRYSTAL/CLAM
120
6
Crystal
C, CC-8
3000
960
3 1/8
4 3/8
1
19000
75A/HAL/DAY/CL/CLAM
120
6
Clear
C, CC-8
3000
1330
3 /8
4 3/8
18997
75A/HAL/DAY/CLAM
120
6
Frosted
C, CC-8
3000
1300
3 1/8
4 3/8
1
18906
75A/HAL/DAY/CRYSTAL/CLAM
120
6
Crystal
C, CC-8
3000
1330
3 /8
4 3/8
19003
100A/HAL/DAY/CL/CLAM
120
6
Clear
C, CC-8
3000
1800
3 1/8
4 3/8
1800
1
4 3/8
18905
100A/HAL/DAY/CLAM
120
6
Frosted
C, CC-8
3000
3 /8
|
|
|
TUBULAR HALOGEN T10
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
15
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
75
E26 Med
18890
100
150
250
T10
T10
T10
T10
E26 Med
E26 Med
E26 Med
2
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
75T10/HAL/CL
120
C, CC-2V 2000
15
Clear
1100
215/16
4 1/8
15
18891
2
75T10/HAL/F
120
15
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
1050
2 /16
4 1/8
18892
2
100T10/HAL/CL
120
15
Clear
C, CC-2V 2000
1500
215/16
4 1/8
15
18893
2
100T10/HAL/F
120
15
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
1430
2 /16
4 1/8
18894
2,3
150T10/HAL/CL
120
15
Clear
C, CC-2V 2000
2500
215/16
4 1/8
15
18895
2,3
150T10/HAL/F
120
15
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
2400
2 /16
4 1/8
18896
2,3
250T10/HAL/CL
120
15
Clear
C, CC-2V 2000
4200
215/16
4 1/8
4000
15
4 1/8
18897
2,3
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Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
250T10/HAL/F
120
15
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
2 /16
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
MR16
PAR20
PAR30
INFRARED CONSERVING HALOGEN
TRU-AIM IR® MR16
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in covered constant color, hard coated dichroic reflector and infrared reflective coating on the lamp capsule.
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
4,5,6,
20MR16/IR/SP10/C
12
20
Spot
C, AX
4000
6000
10
1 3/4
4,5,6,
20MR16/IR/NFL25/C
12
20
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
2300
25
1 3/4
4,5,6,
20MR16/IR/FL40/C
12
20
Flood
C, AX
4000
1000
40
1 3/4
4,5,6,
20MR16/IR/WFL60/C
12
20
Wide Flood C, AX
4000
450
60
1 3/4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
20
GU5.3
58531
MR16
|
|
|
7,8
58532
7,8
58533
7,8
58838
7,8
37
50
MR16
MR16
GU5.3
GU5.3
58641
4,5,6,
8,10
37MR16/IR/SP10/C
12
20
Spot
C, AX
4000
12500
10
1 3/4
58634
4,5,6,
8,10
37MR16/IR/NFL25/C
12
20
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
4400
25
1 3/4
58633
4,5,6,
8,10
37MR16/IR/FL40/C
12
20
Flood
C, AX
4000
2200
40
1 3/4
58837
4,5,6,
8,10
37MR16/IR/WFL60/C
12
20
Wide Flood C, AX
4000
1100
60
1 3/4
54175
4,5,6,
8,10
50MR16/IR/SP10/C
12
20
Spot
C, AX
4000
15000
10
1 3/4
54174
4,5,6,
8,10
50MR16/IR/NFL25/C
12
20
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
5700
25
1 3/4
54173
4,5,6,
8,10
50MR16/IR/FL40/C
12
20
Flood
C, AX
4000
2850
40
1 3/4
54237
4,5,6,
8,10
50MR16/IR/WFL60/C
12
20
Wide Flood C, AX
4000
1430
60
1 3/4
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
40PAR20/CAP/IR/NSP10
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
4000
600
5000
10
3 1/4
40PAR20/CAP/IR/NFL30
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
4000
600
1300
30
3 1/4
40PAR20/CAP/IR/WFL40
120 15
Wide Flood C, CC-8
4000
600
1000
40
3 1/2
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
40PAR30/CAP/IR/NSP9
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
4000
680
8800
9
3 5/8
40PAR30/CAP/IR/NFL25
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
4000
680
2300
25
3 5/8
40PAR30/CAP/IR/FL40
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
4000
680
1300
40
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NSP9
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
3000
900
13000
9
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NSP9
130 15
1,4,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 690 lumens, 6000 hours.
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
3000
900
13000
9
3 5/8
14354
Narrow
Flood
3000
900
2900
25
3 5/8
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR20
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
40
E26 Med
14164
PAR20
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
|
|
|
4,11,12
14166
4,11,12
14130
4,11,12
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR30
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
40
E26 Med
13968
PAR30
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
|
|
|
4,11,12
13969
4,11,12
13970
4,11,12
50
PAR30
E26 Med
14355
4,11,12
14109
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NFL25
4,11,12
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120 15
C, CC-8
Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
39
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
PAR30
PAR38
INFRARED CONSERVING HALOGEN
16
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
50
E26 Med
14132
PAR30
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NFL25
130 15
1,4,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 690 lumens, 6000 hours.
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
900
2900
25
3 5/8
14714
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
900
1400
40
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/IR/FL40
130 15
1,4,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 690 lumens, 6000 hours.
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
900
1400
40
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/IR/FL40
|
|
|
4,11,12
14131
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR38
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
50PAR38/CAP/IR/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
850
14000
9
5 5/16
50PAR38/CAP/IR/SP9
130 15
1,4,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 650 lumens, 6000 hours.
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
850
14000
9
5 5/16
14138
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
850
3000
25
5 5/16
50PAR38/CAP/IR/NFL25
130 15
1,4,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 650 lumens, 6000 hours.
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
850
3000
25
5 5/16
14126
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
50
E26 Med Skt
14136
PAR38
|
|
|
4,11,12,13
14124
50PAR38/CAP/IR/NFL25
4,11,12,13
14125
55
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
55PAR38/CAP/IR/XP/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
6000
800
14000
9
5 5/16
55PAR38/CAP/IR/XP/FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
6000
800
2500
30
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1110
20000
9
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/SP9
130 15
1,4,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 845 lumens, 6000 hours.
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1110
20000
9
5 5/16
14360
4,11,12,13
14127
4,11,12,13
60
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
14485
4,11,12,13
14716
60PAR38/CAP/IR/WSP12
120 15
Wide Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1110
12000
12
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/NFL25
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1110
5000
25
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1110
3600
30
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/FL30
130 15
1,4,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 845 lumens, 6000 hours.
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1110
3600
30
5 5/16
14347
4,11,12,13
14442
4,11,12,13
14466
4,11,12,13
14715
80
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
80PAR38/CAP/IR/SP10
120 12
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1500
25000
10
5 5/16
80PAR38/CAP/IR/FL25
120 12
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1500
5500
25
5 5/16
100PAR38/CAP/IR/SP10
120 12
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
2070
29000
10
5 5/16
100PAR38/CAP/IR/NFL25
120 12
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
2070
6300
25
5 5/16
100PAR38/CAP/IR/FL40
120 12
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
2070
3400
40
5 5/16
4,12,13
14327
4,12,13
100
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
14324
4,12,13
14319
4,12,13
14311
4,12,13
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
PAR20
PAR30LN
PAR38
PAR14
PAR16 GU10
PAR16
CAPSYLITE® PAR
DAYLIGHT PLUS™ PAR
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
50PAR20/DAY/NFL/RP
120 6
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2000
460
1000
30
3 1/8
50PAR30LN/DAY/WFL/RP
120 6
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2000
580
550
50
4 5/8
50PAR38/DAY/FL/RP
120 6
Flood
C, CC-8
2000
560
1550
30
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/DAY/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
725
13500
9
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/DAY/FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
725
2150
30
5 5/16
75PAR30LN/DAY/WFL/RP
120 6
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2000
1000
1000
50
4 5/8
75PAR38/DAY/FL/RP
120 6
Flood
2000
960
2800
30
5 5/16
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
E26 Med
14553
35PAR14/CAP/FL50/RP
120 6
C, CC-8
50
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
50
E26 Med
15226
PAR20
12
PAR30LN
E26 Med
15227
|
|
|
12,15
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
15229
12
60
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
15252
12
15251
12
75
PAR30LN
E26 Med
15228
12,15
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
15230
C, CC-8
12
CAPSYLITE® PAR14
16
Watts Bulb
35
PAR14
®
12,16
Flood
2000
300
85
|
|
|
2 7/16
®
DESIGNER 16 - CAPSYLITE PAR16
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
50
GU10
59020
50PAR16/HAL/GU10/FL/CLAM
120 6
Flood
C, CC-2V 1000
400
640
40
2 1/4
59024
50PAR16/CAP/GU10/FL40
120 10
Flood
C, CC-2V 1000
400
640
40
2 1/4
60
PAR16
PAR16
E26 Med
59037
12,16
60PAR16/HAL/NSP10/RP
120 6
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2000
650
5000
10
2 7/8
59032
12,16
60PAR16/CAP/NSP10
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2000
650
5000
10
2 7/8
59040
1,12,16
60PAR16/CAP/NSP10
130 15
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 495 lumens, 4000 hours
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2000
650
5000
10
2 7/8
59031
12,16
60PAR16/HAL/NFL30/RP
120 6
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2000
650
1300
30
2 7/8
59030
12,16
60PAR16/CAP/NFL30
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2000
650
1300
30
2 7/8
59038
1,12,16
60PAR16/CAP/NFL30
130 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2000
650
1300
30
2 7/8
|
|
|
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 495 lumens, 4000 hours
75
PAR16
E26 Med
59035
12,16
75PAR16/HAL/NSP10/RP
120 6
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2000
900
7500
10
2 7/8
59036
12,16
75PAR16/CAP/NSP10
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2000
900
7500
10
2 7/8
59044
1,12,16
75PAR16/CAP/NSP10
130 15
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 685 lumens, 4000 hours
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2000
900
7500
10
2 7/8
59033
12,16
75PAR16/HAL/NFL30/RP
120 6
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2000
900
1900
30
2 7/8
59034
12,16
75PAR16/CAP/NFL30
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2000
900
1900
30
2 7/8
59042
1,12,16
75PAR16/CAP/NFL30
130 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2000
900
1900
30
2 7/8
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 685 lumens, 4000 hours
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
41
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
PAR20
PAR30
CAPSYLITE® PAR
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR20
16
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
40
E26 Med
14164
PAR20
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
40PAR20/CAP/IR/NSP10
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
4000
600
5000
10
3 1/4
40PAR20/CAP/IR/NFL30
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
4000
600
1300
30
3 1/4
40PAR20/CAP/IR/WFL40
120 15
Wide Flood C, CC-8
4000
600
1000
40
3 1/2
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
35PAR20/CAP/SPL/NSP10
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
360
3000
10
3 1/4
35PAR20/CAP/SPL/NSP10
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 31 watts, 275 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
360
3000
10
3 1/4
14464
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
360
800
30
3 1/4
35PAR20/CAP/SPL/NFL30
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 31 watts, 275 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
360
800
30
3 1/4
14506
120 15
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
360
500
40
3 1/8
35PAR20/CAP/SPL/WFL40
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 31 watts, 275 lumens, 5000 hours
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
360
500
40
3 1/8
14500
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
550
4600
10
3 1/4
50PAR20/CAP/SPL/NSP10
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 420 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
550
4600
10
3 1/4
14173
|
|
|
4,11,12
14166
4,11,12
14130
4,11,12
CAPSYLITE® PAR20
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
35
E26 Med
14467
PAR20
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
|
|
|
11,12
14460
35PAR20/CAP/SPL/NFL30
11,12
14459
35PAR20/CAP/SPL/WFL40
11,12
14461
50
PAR20
E26 Med
50PAR20/HAL/SPL/NSP10
11,12
14528
50PAR20/HAL/SPL/NFL30/RP
120 6
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
550
1200
30
3 1/4
50PAR20/HAL/SPL/NFL30
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
550
1200
30
3 1/4
50PAR20/CAP/SPL/NFL30
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 420 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
550
1200
30
3 1/4
14700
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
550
900
40
3 1/8
11,12
14502
11,12
14529
50PAR20/CAP/SPL/WFL40
120 15
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
40PAR30/CAP/IR/NSP9
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
4000
680
8800
9
3 5/8
40PAR30/CAP/IR/NFL25
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
4000
680
2300
25
3 5/8
40PAR30/CAP/IR/FL40
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
4000
680
1300
40
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NSP9
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
3000
900
13000
9
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NSP9
130 15
1,4,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 690 lumens, 6000 hours.
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
3000
900
13000
9
3 5/8
11,12
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR30
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
40
E26 Med
13968
PAR30
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
|
|
|
4,11,12
13969
4,11,12
13970
4,11,12
50
PAR30
E26 Med
14355
4,11,12
14109
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
PAR30
CAPSYLITE® PAR
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NFL25
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
900
2900
25
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NFL25
130 15
1,4,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 690 lumens, 6000 hours.
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
900
2900
25
3 5/8
14714
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
900
1400
40
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/IR/FL40
130 15
1,4,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 690 lumens, 6000 hours.
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
900
1400
40
3 5/8
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
50
E26 Med
14354
PAR30
4,11,12
14132
50PAR30/CAP/IR/FL40
|
|
|
4,11,12
14131
CAPSYLITE® PAR30
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
50
E26 Med
14526
PAR30
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
50PAR30/CAP/SPL/NSP9
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
660
8800
9
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/SPL/NSP9
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 500 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
660
8800
9
3 5/8
14527
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
660
2300
25
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/SPL/NFL25
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 500 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
660
2300
25
3 5/8
14710
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
660
1300
40
3 5/8
50PAR30/CAP/SPL/FL40
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 500 lumens, 5000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
660
1300
40
3 5/8
14332
|
|
|
11,12
14530
50PAR30/CAP/SPL/NFL25
11,12
14531
50PAR30/HAL/SPL/FL40
11,12
14533
60
PAR30
E26 Med
60PAR30/CAP/SPL/NSP9
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
3000
860
12000
9
3 5/8
60PAR30/CAP/SPL/NFL25
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
860
2775
25
3 5/8
14090
60PAR30/CAP/SPL/NFL25
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 660 lumens, 6000 hours.
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
860
2775
25
3 5/8
14084
60PAR30/CAP/SPL/FL40
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 660 lumens, 6000 hours.
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
860
1550
40
3 5/8
14604
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
1130
15400
9
3 5/8
75PAR30/CAP/SPL/NSP9
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 860 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
1130
15400
9
3 5/8
14603
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1130
4000
25
3 5/8
75PAR30/CAP/SPL/NFL25
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 860 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1130
4000
25
3 5/8
14606
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1130
2100
40
3 5/8
75PAR30/CAP/SPL/FL40
130 15
1,11,12
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 860 lumens, 5000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1130
2100
40
3 5/8
11,12
14333
11,12
75
PAR30
E26 Med
75PAR30/CAP/SPL/NSP9
11,12
14628
75PAR30/CAP/SPL/NFL25
11,12
14627
75PAR30/CAP/SPL/FL40
11,12
14629
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
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T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
PAR30LN
PAR36
CAPSYLITE® PAR
CAPSYLITE® PAR30 LONG NECK
16
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
35
E26 Med
14759
PAR30LN
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
35PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NSP9
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
450
5700
9
4 5/8
35PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/WFL50
120 15
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
450
450
50
4 5/8
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NSP9
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
660
8800
9
4 5/8
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NSP9
130 15
1,11,12,15,19
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 500 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
660
8800
9
4 5/8
14822
|
|
|
11,12,15
14764
11,12,15
50
PAR30LN
E26 Med
14509
11,12,15,19
14482
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NFL/RP
120 6
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
660
2300
25
4 5/8
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NFL25
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
660
2300
25
4 5/8
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NFL25
130 15
1,11,12,15,19
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 500 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
660
2300
25
4 5/8
14536
11,12,15,19
14520
11,12,15,19
14478
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/WFL/RP
120 6
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
660
660
50
4 5/8
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/WFL50
120 15
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
660
660
50
4 5/8
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/WFL50
130 15
1,11,12,15,19
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 500 lumens, 5000 hours
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
660
660
50
4 5/8
14786
120 15
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
1130
15400
9
4 5/8
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NSP9
130 15
1,11,12,15
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 860 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow Spot C, CC-8
2500
1130
15400
9
4 5/8
14824
11,12,15,19
14537
11,12,15,19
14486
75
PAR30LN
E26 Med
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NSP9
11,12,15
14777
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NFL/RP
120 6
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1130
4000
25
4 5/8
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NFL25
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1130
4000
25
4 5/8
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NFL25
130 15
1,11,12,15
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 860 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1130
4000
25
4 5/8
14823
11,12,15
14769
11,12,15
14778
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/WFL/RP
120 6
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
1130
1100
50
4 5/8
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/WFL50
120 15
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
1130
1100
50
4 5/8
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/WFL50
130 15
1,11,12,15
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 860 lumens, 5000 hours
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
1130
1100
50
4 5/8
11,12,15
14768
11,12,15
14785
CAPSYLITE® PAR36
16
Watts Bulb
36
50
PAR36
PAR36
Base
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
55100
15
36PAR36/CAP/VNSP5
12
12
Very
C, C-8
Narrow Spot
4000
500
17000
5
2 3/4
55090
15
36PAR36/CAP/NSP13
12
12
Narrow Spot C, C-8
4000
500
3500
13
2 3/4
55091
15
36PAR36/CAP/WFL32
12
12
Wide Flood C, C-8
4000
500
1000
32
2 3/4
55118
15
50PAR36/CAP/NSP6
12
12
Narrow Spot C, C-8
4000
700
25000
6
2 3/4
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Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
|
|
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
PAR38
CAPSYLITE® PAR
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR38
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
50PAR38/CAP/IR/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
850
14000
9
5 5/16
50PAR38/CAP/IR/SP9
130 15
1,4,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 650 lumens, 6000 hours.
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
850
14000
9
5 5/16
14138
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
850
3000
25
5 5/16
50PAR38/CAP/IR/NFL25
130 15 Narrow
1,4,11,12,13
Flood
@ 120 volts, approximate 44 watts, 650 lumens, 6000 hours.
C, CC-8
3000
850
3000
25
5 5/16
14126
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
50
E26 Med Skt
14136
PAR38
|
|
|
4,11,12,13
14124
50PAR38/CAP/IR/NFL25
120 15
4,11,12,13
14125
55
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
55PAR38/CAP/IR/XP/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
6000
800
14000
9
5 5/16
55PAR38/CAP/IR/XP/FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
6000
800
2500
30
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1110
20000
9
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/SP9
130 15
1,4,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 845 lumens, 6000 hours.
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1110
20000
9
5 5/16
14360
4,11,12,13
14127
4,11,12,13
60
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
14485
4,11,12,13
14716
60PAR38/CAP/IR/WSP12
120 15
Wide Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1110
12000
12
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/NFL25
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1110
5000
25
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1110
3600
30
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/IR/FL30
130 15
1,4,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 845 lumens, 6000 hours.
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1110
3600
30
5 5/16
14347
4,11,12,13
14442
4,11,12,13
14466
4,11,12,13
14715
80
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
80PAR38/CAP/IR/SP10
120 12
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1500
25000
10
5 5/16
80PAR38/CAP/IR/FL25
120 12
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1500
5500
25
5 5/16
100PAR38/CAP/IR/SP10
120 12
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
2070
29000
10
5 5/16
100PAR38/CAP/IR/NFL25
120 12
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
2070
6300
25
5 5/16
100PAR38/CAP/IR/FL40
120 12
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
2070
3400
40
5 5/16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
45PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
560
10000
9
5 5/16
45PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP9
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 40 watts, 425 lumens, 5000 hours
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
560
10000
9
5 5/16
14589
120 15
Wide Spot
C, CC-8
2500
560
6300
12
5 5/16
45PAR38/CAP/SPL/WSP12
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 40 watts, 425 lumens, 5000 hours
Wide Spot
C, CC-8
2500
560
6300
12
5 5/16
4,12,13
14327
4,12,13
100
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
14324
4,12,13
14319
4,12,13
14311
4,12,13
CAPSYLITE® PAR38
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
45
E26 Med Skt
14590
PAR38
|
|
|
11,12,13
14593
45PAR38/CAP/SPL/WSP12
11,12,13
14592
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45
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
PAR38
CAPSYLITE® PAR
16
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
45PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
560
1500
30
5 5/16
14591
45PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 40 watts, 425 lumens, 5000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
560
1500
30
5 5/16
14010
45PAR38/CAP/SPL/WFL50
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 40 watts, 425 lumens, 5000 hours
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
560
700
50
5 5/16
15521
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
45
E26 Med Skt
14588
PAR38
|
|
|
11,12,13
50
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
50PAR38/HAL/SPL/SP9/RP
120 6
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
650
10500
9
5 5/16
50PAR38/HAL/SPL/FL30/RP
120 6
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
650
1850
30
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
850
16000
9
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP9
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 645 lumens, 6000 hours
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
850
16000
9
5 5/16
14423
11,12,13
15520
11,12,13
60
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
14469
11,12,13
14449
60PAR38/CAP/SPL/WSP12
120 15
Wide Spot
C, CC-8
3000
850
10500
12
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/SPL/NFL25
120 15
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
850
3700
25
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
850
2500
30
5 5/16
60PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 53 watts, 645 lumens, 6000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
850
2500
30
5 5/16
14854
11,12,13
14472
12
14468
11,12,13
14448
75
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
75PAR38/HAL/SPL/SP/RP
120 6
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1060
19200
9
5 5/16
75PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP9
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1060
19200
9
5 5/16
75PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP9
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 805 lumens, 5000 hours
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1060
19200
9
5 5/16
14510
11,12,13
14514
11,12,13
14516
75PAR38/CAP/SPL/WSP12
120 15
Wide Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1060
12300
12
5 5/16
75PAR38/HAL/SPL/FL/RP
120 6
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1060
3150
30
5 5/16
75PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1060
3150
30
5 5/16
14446
75PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL/CVP
130 6
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 805 lumens, 5000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1060
3150
30
5 5/16
14515
75PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 805 lumens, 5000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1060
3150
30
5 5/16
14517
75PAR38/CAP/SPL/WFL50
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 66 watts, 805 lumens, 5000 hours
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
1060
1300
50
5 5/16
14586
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1310
19000
9
5 5/16
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP9
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 79 watts, 1000 lumens, 5000 hours
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1310
19000
9
5 5/16
14580
Wide Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1310
14300
12
5 5/16
11,12,13
14853
11,12,13
14513
11,12,13
90
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP9
11,12,13
14587
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/WSP12
120 15
11,12,13
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PAR38
PAR38
CAPSYLITE® PAR
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/WSP12
130 15
Wide Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1310
14300
12
5 5/16
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/NFL25
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 79 watts, 1000 lumens, 5000 hours
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1310
4700
25
5 5/16
14579
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1310
3500
30
5 5/16
14647
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL/CVP
130 6
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 79 watts, 1000 lumens, 5000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1310
3500
30
5 5/16
14577
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 79 watts, 1000 lumens, 5000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1310
3500
30
5 5/16
14602
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2500
1310
1600
50
5 5/16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
90
E26 Med Skt
14578
PAR38
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1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 79 watts, 1000 lumens, 5000 hours
14601
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
120 15
11,12,13
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/WFL50
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 79 watts, 1000 lumens, 5000 hours
Med Side Prong 14630
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/3WSP12
120 15
Wide Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1310
14300
12
5 5/16
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/3FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1310
3500
30
5 5/16
100PAR38/HAL/SPL/SP9/RP
120 6
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1500
22000
9
5 5/16
100PAR38/HAL/SPL/FL30/RP
120 6
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1500
4000
30
5 5/16
106PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP10
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
2000
1800
22500
10
5 5/16
106PAR38/CAP/SPL/WFL55
120 15
Wide Flood C, CC-8
2000
1800
2000
55
5 5/16
120PAR38/HAL/SPL/SP/XTRA/RP 120 6
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1800
22500
10
5 5/16
120PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP10
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1800
22500
10
5 5/16
120PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP10
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 105 watts, 1370 lumens, 6000 hours
Spot
C, CC-8
3000
1800
22500
10
5 5/16
14848
Narrow
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1800
7700
25
5 5/16
120PAR38/HAL/SPL/FL/XTRA/RP 120 6
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1800
4600
30
5 5/16
120PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1800
4600
30
5 5/16
120PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
130 15
1,11,12,13
@ 120 volts, approximate 105 watts, 1370 lumens, 6000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
3000
1800
4600
30
5 5/16
14594
120 15
Wide Flood C, CC-8
3000
1800
2000
55
5 5/16
11,12,13
14632
11,12,13
100
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
15522
11,12,13
15585
11,12,13
106
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
15003
11,12,13
15001
11,12,13
120
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
14873
11,12,13
14856
11,12,13
14874
120PAR38/CAP/SPL/NFL25
120 15
11,12,13
14576
11,12,13
14855
11,12,13
14861
120PAR38/CAP/SPL/WFL55
11,12,13
250
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
15526
250PAR38/CAP/SPL/SP10
11,13,15,20,21,22
120 6
Spot
C, CC-8
4500
3600
46500
10
5 5/16
15558
250PAR38/CAP/SPL/FL30
11,13,15,20,21,22
120 6
Flood
C, CC-8
4500
3600
9000
30
5 5/16
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T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
PAR30
PAR38
PAR56
PAR64
G9
CAPSYLITE® PAR
CAPSYLITE COOL LUX
CAPSYLITE Cool Lux PAR30
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
50PAR30/CAP/SPL/2NFL25
120 15
C, CC-8
25
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
90PAR38/CAP/2SP12
120 15
Spot
C, CC-8
2500
1260
12000
12
5 5/16
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/2FL30
120 15
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1260
3750
30
5 5/16
90PAR38/CAP/SPL/2FL30
130 15
1,12,13,23
@ 120 volts, approximate 79 watts, 1000 lumens, 5000 hours
Flood
C, CC-8
2500
1260
3750
30
5 5/16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
50
E26 Med
14916
PAR30
12,13,23
Narrow
Flood
2500
600
1850
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3 5/8
CAPSYLITE Cool Lux PAR38
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
90
E26 Med Skt
14972
PAR38
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12,13,23
14971
12,13,23
14973
LARGE PAR
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
16
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
500
Ext Mog End Pr 56210
56211
1000
PAR56
PAR64
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
2,24,25
500PAR56Q/NSP
120 12
Narrow Spot C, CC-6
4000
8800
78500
8x15 5
2,24,25
500PAR56Q/MFL
120 12
Medium
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
8800
40000
11x30 5
19500
20x45 5
56212
2,24,25
500PAR56Q/WFL
120 12
Wide Flood C, CC-6
4000
8800
Ext Mog End Pr 56206
2,24,25
1000PAR64Q/NSP
120 6
Narrow Spot C, CC-6
4000
19400 135000 8x20 6
56207
2,24,25
1000PAR64Q/MFL
120 6
Medium
Flood
C, CC-6
4000
19400 82000
10x30 6
56208
2,24,25
1000PAR64Q/WFL
120 6
Wide Flood C, CC-6
4000
19400 23000
20x60 6
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®
CAPSYLITE G9
Suitable for use in unshielded fixtures. Consult most recent luminaire standards for your area to determine luminaire requirements.
15
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
25
G9 Bipin
57020
40
60
T4
T4
T4
G9 Bipin
G9 Bipin
13,26,27
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
25CAPSYLITE/G9/CL
120
C, CC-2V 2000
20
Clear
255
7
/8
111/16
111/16
57016
13,26,27
25CAPSYLITE/G9/CL/BL
120
10
Clear
C, CC-2V 2000
255
7
57021
13,26,27
25CAPSYLITE/G9/F
120
20
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
230
7
/8
111/16
111/16
/8
57015
13,26,27
25CAPSYLITE/G9/F/BL
120
10
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
230
7
57022
13,26,27
40CAPSYLITE/G9/CL
120
20
Clear
C, CC-2V 2000
510
7
/8
111/16
111/16
/8
57018
13,26,27
40CAPSYLITE/G9/CL/BL
120
10
Clear
C, CC-2V 2000
510
7
57025
13,26,27
40CAPSYLITE/G9/F
120
20
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
480
7
/8
111/16
/8
57017
13,26,27
40CAPSYLITE/G9/F/BL
120
10
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
480
7
/8
111/16
57023
13,26,27
60CAPSYLITE/G9/CL
120
20
Clear
C, CC-2V 2000
830
1 1/16
2
1
57014
13,26,27
60CAPSYLITE/G9/CL/BL
120
10
Clear
C, CC-2V 2000
830
1 /16
2
57024
13,26,27
60CAPSYLITE/G9/F
120
20
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
790
1 1/16
2
790
1
2
57019
13,26,27
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Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
60CAPSYLITE/G9/F/BL
120
10
Frosted
C, CC-2V 2000
1 /16
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T3, T4
T3
SUPER Q - SINGLE END QUARTZ
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
15
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
75
E10
58876
2,28
75Q/CL/MS
28
12
Clear
C, CC-6
2000
1400
1 7/8
2 3/8
E11 Mini Can
58884
2,28
75Q/CL/MC/RP
120
6
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
1400
1 7/8
2 9/16
3
100
T3
T4
DC Bayonet
E11 Mini Can
150
T4
DC Bayonet
E11 Mini Can
250
T4
DC Bayonet
E11 Mini Can
500
750
T4
T4
E11 Mini Can
E11 Mini Can
18858
2,28
100Q/CL/DC/64485
120
10
Clear
C, CC-2V 2000
1600
2 /16
3 3/8
58755
2,28
100Q/CL/DC(ESR)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-2V 1000
1900
1 3/8
2 7/16
3
58757
2,28
100Q/DC(ETD)
120
12
Frosted
C, CC-2V 1000
1750
1 /8
2 7/16
58732
2,28
100Q/CL/DC
130
12
Clear
C, CC-2V 1000
1900
1 3/8
2 7/16
3
58817
2,28
100Q/CL/MC/RP(ESN)
120
6
Clear
C, CC-8
1000
1800
1 /8
2 9/16
58761
2,28
100Q/CL/MC(ESN)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-2V 1000
1800
1 3/8
2 3/4
3
58760
2,28
100Q/CL/MC
130
12
Clear
C, CC-2V 1000
1800
1 /8
2 3/4
58741
2,28
150Q/CL/DC(ETC)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2800
1 1/2
2 3/4
3
2000
58742
2,28
150Q/CL/DC/1(ESP)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-2V 1000
2400
1 /8
2 7/16
58748
2,28
150Q/CL/DC
130
12
Clear
C, CC-2V 1000
2800
1 3/8
2 3/4
1
58737
2,28
150Q/DC(ETF)
120
12
Frosted
C, CC-8
2000
2700
1 /2
2 3/4
58731
2,28
150Q/CL/MC/RP(ETG)
120
6
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
2800
1 3/8
3
3
58738
2,28
150Q/CL/MC(ESL)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-2V 1000
2800
1 /8
2 3/4
58735
2,28
150Q/CL/MC/2(ETG)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2800
1 1/2
3
3
2000
58733
2,28
150Q/CL/MC
130
12
Clear
C, CC-2V 1000
2800
1 /8
2 3/4
58736
2,28
150Q/MC(ETH)
120
12
Frosted
C, CC-8
2700
1 1/2
3
5
2000
58720
2,28
250Q/CL/DC(ESS)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
5000
1 /8
3 1/8
58753
2,28
250Q/DC(ETB)
120
12
Frosted
C, CC-8
2000
4850
1 5/8
3 1/8
5
58754
2,28
250Q/DC
130
12
Frosted
C, CC-8
2000
4850
1 /8
3 1/8
58773
2,28
250Q/CL/MC/RP(EHT)
120
6
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
5000
1 5/8
3 1/8
5
58762
2,28
250Q/CL/MC(EHT)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
5000
1 /8
3 1/8
58764
2,28
250Q/CL/MC
130
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
5000
1 5/8
3 1/8
5
58763
2,28
250Q/MC(ESM)
120
12
Frosted
C, CC-8
2000
4850
1 /8
3 1/8
58765
2,28
250Q/MC
130
12
Frosted
C, CC-8
2000
4850
1 5/8
3 1/8
58766
2,28
500Q/CL/MC(EVR)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
10450
2
3 3/4
58756
2,28
500Q/CL/MC(EYW)
130
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
10000
2
3 3/4
58767
2,28
500Q/MC(EYX)
120
12
Frosted
C, CC-8
2000
10100
2
3 3/4
58768
2,28
500Q/MC(EYV)
130
12
Frosted
C, CC-8
2000
10000
2
3 3/4
58769
2,28
750Q/CL/MC(EYT)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-8
500
16500
2
3 3/4
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DOUBLE END
DOUBLE END QUARTZ
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
15
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
100
RSC
58887
2,28
100T3Q/S/CL/RP
120
6
Clear
C, C-8
2000
1600
3 1/8
58887
2,28
100T3Q/CL/RP
120
12
Clear
C, C-8
2000
1600
3 1/8
58885
2,28
150T3Q/CL/RP
120
6
Clear
C, C-8
1500
2250
411/16
58886
2,28
150T3Q/S/CL/RP
120
6
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
2400
3 1/8
150
T3
T3
RSC
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T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
T3
T3, T4
DOUBLE END
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
15
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
150
T3
RSC
58915
2,28
150T3/Q/S/CL
120
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
2400
3 1/8
200
T3
RSC
58917
2,28
200T3Q/CL
120
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
3350
411/16
300
T3
RSC
58920
2,28
300T3Q/CL/RP(EHM)
120
6
Clear
C, C-8
2000
9300
411/16
58923
2,20
300T3Q/CL(EHM)
120
12
Clear
C, C-8
2000
6000
411/16
58919
2,20
300T3Q/CL
130
12
Clear
C, C-8
2000
5950
411/16
58865
2,28
500T3Q/CL/RP(FCL)
120
6
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
8750
411/16
58883
2,28
500T3Q(FCZ)
120
12
Frosted
C, C-8
2000
9300
411/16
58856
2,20
500T3Q/CL(FCL)
120
12
Clear
C, CC-8
2000
8750
411/16
58902
2,20
500T3Q/CL
130
12
Clear
C, C-8
2000
8750
411/16
500
T3
RSC
1000
T3
RSC
58948
2,28
1000T3Q/CL
240
12
Clear
C, C-8
2000
21500
10 1/16
1500
T3
RSC
58859
2,28
1500T3Q/CL208V
208
12
Clear
C, C-8
2000
33000
10 1/16
58857
2,28
1500T3Q/CL
240
12
Clear
C, C-8
2000
33000
10 1/16
58858
2,28
1500T3Q/CL277V
277
12
Clear
C, C-8
2000
33000
10 1/16
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BI-PIN
STARLITE BI-PIN
UV filter quartz capsule with axial filament.
Suitable for use in unshielded fixtures. Consult most recent luminaire standards for your area to determine luminaire requirements.
15
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
10
G4
58692
20
35
T3
T3
G4
27,29
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
10T3Q/CL/AX6V
6
C, AX
40
Clear
4000
130
7
/8
1 1/4
1 1/4
58691
27,29
10T3Q/CL/AX
12
40
Clear
C, AX
4000
130
7
/8
58694
27,29
20T3Q/CL/AX
12
40
Clear
C, AX
4000
320
7
/8
1 1/4
1
T4
GY6.35
58663
27,29
20T4Q/CL/AX
12
40
Clear
C, AX
4000
320
1 /8
1 3/4
T4
GY6.35
58672
27,29
35T4Q/CL/AX
12
40
Clear
C, AX
4000
600
1 1/8
1 3/4
1
50
T4
GY6.35
58676
27,29
50T4Q/CL/AX
12
40
Clear
C, AX
4000
910
1 /8
1 3/4
75
T4
GY6.35
58680
27,29
75T4Q/CL/AX
12
40
Clear
C, AX
4000
1450
1 1/8
1 3/4
1800
1
1 3/4
90
T4
GY6.35
58684
27,29
90T4Q/CL/AX
12
40
Clear
C, AX
4000
1 /8
|
|
|
STANDARD BI-PIN
UV filter quartz capsule with transverse filament.
Suitable for use in unshielded fixtures. Consult most recent luminaire standards for your area to determine luminaire requirements.
15
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
5
G4
58652
10
20
50
75
T3
T3
T3
T4
T4
G4
G4
GY6.35
GY6.35
27,28,30
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
5T3Q/CL
12
C, TR
40
Clear
2000
60
7
/8
1 1/4
1 1/4
58651
27,28,31
5T3Q/F
12
40
Frosted
C, TR
2000
55
7
58650
27,28,30
10T3Q/CL/RP
12
6
Clear
C, TR
2000
140
7
/8
1 1/4
1 1/4
/8
58658
27,28,30
10T3Q/CL
12
40
Clear
C, TR
2000
140
7
58656
27,28,31
10T3Q/F
12
40
Frosted
C, TR
2000
130
7
/8
1 1/4
1 1/4
/8
58655
27,28,30
20T3Q/CL/RP
12
6
Clear
C, TR
2000
320
7
58661
27,28,30
20T3Q/CL
12
40
Clear
C, TR
2000
320
7
/8
/8
1 1/4
1
58660
27,28,30
50T4Q/CL/RP
12
6
Clear
C, TR
2000
910
1 /8
1 3/4
58675
27,28,30
50T4Q/CL
12
40
Clear
C, TR
2000
910
1 1/8
1 3/4
1
1 3/4
58665
27,28,30
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
50
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
75T4Q/CL/RP
12
6
Clear
C, TR
2000
1200
1 /8
|
|
|
Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
T3, T4
MR16
BI-PIN
BI-PIN 24VOLT
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
15
|
MOL |
(in) |
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
20
T3
G4
58662
32,33
20T3Q/CL/24V
24
40
Clear
C, AX
1000
320
7
/8
1 1/4
50
T4
GY6.35
58678
32,33
50T4Q/CL/AX/24V
24
40
Clear
C, AX
2000
850
1 1/8
1 3/4
TRU-AIM
®
TRU-AIM IR MR16
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in covered constant color, hard coated dichroic reflector and infrared reflective coating on the lamp capsule.
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
4,5,6,
20MR16/IR/SP10/C
12
20
Spot
C, AX
4000
6000
10
1 3/4
4,5,6,
20MR16/IR/NFL25/C
12
20
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
2300
25
1 3/4
4,5,6,
20MR16/IR/FL40/C
12
20
Flood
C, AX
4000
1000
40
1 3/4
4,5,6,
20MR16/IR/WFL60/C
12
20
Wide Flood C, AX
4000
450
60
1 3/4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
20
GU5.3
58531
MR16
|
|
|
7,8
58532
7,8
58533
7,8
58838
7,8
37
50
MR16
MR16
GU5.3
GU5.3
58641
4,5,6,
8,10
37MR16/IR/SP10/C
12
20
Spot
C, AX
4000
12500
10
1 3/4
58634
4,5,6,
8,10
37MR16/IR/NFL25/C
12
20
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
4400
25
1 3/4
58633
4,5,6,
8,10
37MR16/IR/FL40/C
12
20
Flood
C, AX
4000
2200
40
1 3/4
58837
4,5,6,
8,10
37MR16/IR/WFL60/C
12
20
Wide Flood C, AX
4000
1100
60
1 3/4
54175
4,5,6,
8,10
50MR16/IR/SP10/C
12
20
Spot
C, AX
4000
15000
10
1 3/4
54174
4,5,6,
8,10
50MR16/IR/NFL25/C
12
20
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
5700
25
1 3/4
54173
4,5,6,
8,10
50MR16/IR/FL40/C
12
20
Flood
C, AX
4000
2850
40
1 3/4
54237
4,5,6,
8,10
50MR16/IR/WFL60/C
12
20
Wide Flood C, AX
4000
1430
60
1 3/4
TRU-AIM TITAN® MR16
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in constant color, hard coated dichroic reflector.
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
20
GU5.3
58550
MR16
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
5,7,32,
20MR16/T/NSP10(ESX)
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
5000
10
1 3/4
5,7,32,
20MR16/T/FL40(BAB)
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
700
40
1 3/4
5,7,32,
20MR16/T/VWFL60
12
10
Very Wide
Flood
C, AX
4000
350
60
1 3/4
5,10,32,
35MR16/T/NSP10(FRB)
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
8300
10
1 3/4
5,10,32,
35MR16/T/NFL25
12
10
Narrow
Flood
4000
3100
25
1 3/4
|
|
|
34
58551
34
58562
34
35
MR16
GU5.3
58558
34
58547
34
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
C, AX
Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
51
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
MR16
TRU-AIM TITAN® MR16
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in constant color, hard coated dichroic reflector.
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
5,10,32,
35MR16/T/FL40(FMW)
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
1250
40
1 3/4
5,10,32,
35MR16/T/VWFL60
12
10
Very Wide
Flood
C, AX
4000
650
60
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/T/NSP10(EXT)
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
11500
10
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/T/NFL25(EXZ)
12
10
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
3200
25
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/T/FL40(EXN)
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
2000
40
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/T/VWFL60(FNV)
12
10
Very Wide
Flood
C, AX
4000
1000
60
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/T/NSP10(FPA)
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
14000
10
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/T/NFL25
12
10
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
4000
25
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/T/FL40(FPB)
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
2100
40
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/T/VWFL60
12
10
Very Wide
Flood
C, AX
4000
1050
60
1 3/4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
35
GU5.3
58557
MR16
|
|
|
34
58552
34
50
MR16
GU5.3
58556
34
58555
34
58554
34
58553
34
65
MR16
GU5.3
58566
34
58567
34
58571
34
58572
34
TRU-AIM BRILLIANT® MR16
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in constant color, aluminized reflector.
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
20
GU5.3
58589
MR16
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
5,7,32,
20MR16/B/NSP8
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
4650
8
1 3/4
5,7,32,
20MR16/B/FL35
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
625
35
1 3/4
5,10,32,
35MR16/B/NSP10
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
8700
10
1 3/4
5,10,32,
35MR16/B/FL35
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
1300
35
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/B/NSP11
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
10500
11
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/B/NFL25
12
10
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
3000
25
1 3/4
50MR16/B/FL35
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
1900
35
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/B/NSP10
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
12500
10
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/B/NFL25
12
10
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
3600
25
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/B/FL35
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
2100
35
1 3/4
|
|
|
35
58590
35
35
MR16
GU5.3
58591
35
58593
35
50
MR16
GU5.3
58594
35
58595
35
58596
65
MR16
GU5.3
5,10,27,
35,36
58559
35
58561
35
58560
35
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
52
Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
MR16, MR11
TRU-AIM®
TRU-AIM® MR16
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in dichroic reflector.
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
20
GU5.3
58576
MR16
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
5,7,32,
20MR16/NSP/RP(ESX)
12
6
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
6000
8
1 3/4
5,7,32,
20MR16/NSP8(ESX)
12
20
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
6000
8
1 3/4
5,7,32,
20MR16/FL/RP(BAB)
12
6
Flood
C, AX
4000
700
40
1 3/4
5,7,32,
20MR16/FL40(BAB)
12
20
Flood
C, AX
4000
700
40
1 3/4
5,10,32,
35MR16/NSP8(FRB)
12
20
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
11000
8
1 3/4
5,10,32,
35MR16/SP20(FRA)
12
10
Spot
C, AX
4000
2800
20
1 3/4
5,10,32,
35MR16/FL40(FMW)
12
20
Flood
C, AX
4000
1400
40
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/NSP/RP(EXT)
12
6
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
11000
12
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/NSP12(EXT)
12
20
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
11000
12
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/NFL25(EXZ)
12
20
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
3200
25
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/FL/RP(EXN)
12
6
Flood
C, AX
4000
2000
40
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/FL40(EXN)
12
20
Flood
C, AX
4000
2000
40
1 3/4
5,10,32,
50MR16/VWFL60(FNV)
12
20
Very Wide
Flood
C, AX
4000
1200
60
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/NSP10(FPA)
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
14000
10
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/NFL25(FPC)
12
10
Narrow
Flood
C, AX
4000
4000
25
1 3/4
5,10,32,
65MR16/FL40(FPB)
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
2100
40
1 3/4
|
|
|
37
54201
37
58646
37
54200
37
35
MR16
GU5.3
54204
37
58602
37
54203
37
50
MR16
GU5.3
58629
37
54208
37
54205
37
58983
37
54207
37
54206
37
65
MR16
GU5.3
58563
37
58565
37
58564
37
TRU-AIM® MR11
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in dichroic reflector.
A suitable protective shield, screening technique or both shall be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp shattering and from
possible ultraviolet radiation.
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
5,7,32,
20MR11/SP10(FTB)
12
10
Spot
C, AX
4000
5500
10
1 1/2
5,7,32,
20MR11/FL35(FTD)
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
700
35
1 1/2
5,10,32,
35MR11/SP10(FTE)
12
10
Spot
C, AX
4000
3800
10
1 1/2
5,10,32,
35MR11/FL35(FTH)
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
1500
35
1 1/2
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
20
GU4
55109
MR11
|
|
|
37
55107
37
35
MR11
GU4
55113
37
55111
37
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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53
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
MR16, MR11
AR70
AR111
TRU-AIM®
TRU-AIM® COVERED MR
TRU-AIM TITAN® Covered MR16
T
U
N
G
S
T
E
N
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in constant color, hard coated dichroic reflector.
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
35
GU5.3
58549
MR16
5,8,10,
27,38
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
35MR16/T/NFL25/C
12
C, AX
25
10
Narrow
Flood
4000
1650
|
|
|
1 3/4
TRU-AIM BRILLIANT® Covered MR16
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in constant color, aluminized reflector.
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
20
GU5.3
58570
5,7,8,
27,36
20MR16/B/FL35/C
12
10
Flood
C, AX
4000
600
35
1 3/4
58569
5,7,8,
27,36
20MR16/B/NSP8/C
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
4400
8
1 3/4
MR16
35
MR16
GU5.3
58539
5,8,10,
27,36
35MR16/B/NSP8/C
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
8700
8
1 3/4
50
MR16
GU5.3
58574
5,8,10,
27,36
50MR16/B/NSP11/C
12
10
Narrow Spot C, AX
4000
10000
11
1 3/4
58575
5,8,10,
27,36
50MR16/B/FL35/C
12
10
Flood
4000
1800
35
1 3/4
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
20MR11/FL35/C(FTD)
12
C, AX
35
C, AX
|
|
|
TRU-AIM Covered MR11
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in dichroic reflector.
16
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
20
GU4
55119
MR11
5,7,8,
27,39
10
Flood
4000
700
|
|
|
1 5/8
ALUMINUM REFLECTOR
AR70 ALUMINUM REFLECTOR
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in precisely engineered aluminum reflector.
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
20
BA15d
59013
27,40
20AR70/SP8
12
10
Spot
C, C-8
3000
7700
8
115/16
59012
27,40
20AR70/FL25
12
10
Flood
C, C-8
3000
900
25
115/16
59017
27,40
50AR70/SP8
12
10
Spot
C, C-8
3000
12500
8
115/16
59016
27,40
50AR70/FL25
12
10
Flood
C, C-8
3000
2600
25
115/16
50
AR70
AR70
BA15d
|
|
|
AR111 ALUMINUM REFLECTOR
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in precisely engineered aluminum reflector.
16
Watts Bulb
Base
35
G53
55101
27,40
35AR111/SSP4/6V
6
6
Super Spot C, C-8
3000
30000
4
2 3/8
55102
27,40
35AR111/SSP4
12
6
Super Spot C, C-8
3000
40000
4
2 3/8
55110
27,40
35AR111/SP8
12
6
Spot
C, C-8
3000
14000
8
2 5/16
55114
27,40
35AR111/FL25
12
6
Flood
C, C-8
3000
2500
25
2 5/16
55105
27,40
50AR111/SSP4
12
6
Super Spot C, C-8
3000
45000
4
2 3/8
55104
27,40
50AR111/SP8
12
6
Spot
C, C-8
3000
20000
8
2 1/4
55103
27,40
50AR111/FL25
12
6
Flood
C, C-8
3000
4000
25
2 5/16
55125
27,40
75AR111/SP8
12
6
Spot
C, C-8
3000
30000
8
2 1/4
50
75
AR111
AR111
AR111
G53
G53
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54
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
|
|
|
Symbols/Footnotes on page 56-57
AR111
MR16
ALUMINUM REFLECTOR
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in precisely engineered aluminum reflector.
16
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Beam
Volts Qty Type
Avg
Class & Rated
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens CBCP
Beam MOL
Angle (in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
75
G53
55123
27,40
75AR111/FL25
12
6
Flood
C, C-8
3000
5300
25
2 5/16
55124
27,40
75AR111/WFL45
12
6
Wide Flood C, C-8
3000
2000
45
2 3/16
55129
27,40
100AR111/SP8
12
6
Spot
C, C-8
3000
48000
8
2 1/4
55127
27,40
100AR111/FL25
12
6
Flood
C, C-8
3000
8500
25
2 5/16
55128
27,40
100AR111/WFL45
12
6
Wide Flood C, C-8
3000
2800
45
2 3/16
100
AR111
AR111
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15
Watts Bulb
Base
Product Symbols &
Number Footnotes
50
K23D
58701
MR16
SIG 64005
32,37
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Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg Lamp
Volts Qty Finish
Avg
Class & Rated
LCL
Filament Life(hrs) Lumens (in)
MOL
(in)
50SIRIUS/SIG64005
10
C
1 7/8
10
6000
220
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Symbol
Description
New item introduced within the past year.
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Item will be discontinued when inventory is depleted.
Heat resistant, hard glass.
PAR lamps are suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Operate in any position.
Operate horizontal.
This lamp or ballast meets minimum Federal efficiency standards.
New optical system being introduced during 1998.
This ECOLOGIC® lamp was designed to pass the Federal TCLP criteria for classification as non-hazardous waste in most states.
Disposal regulations may vary; check local and state regulations.
Footnote
Description
1
Approximate life for 130 volt tungsten halogen lamps operated at 120 volts is within the value calculated using the recommended equations
for standard incandescent lamps, as set forth in the IES Handbook, 8th edition. Because of the uncertain nature of the halogen cycle on the
coil when operated at less than rated voltage, life of tungsten halogen lamps varies considerably and unpredictably. OSRAM SYLVANIA does
not recommend operation at other than rated voltage.
2
A suitable protective shield, screening technique, or both must be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp
shattering and from possible ultraviolet radiation.
3
Operate only in porcelain sockets.
4
Infrared lamp technology
5
Max. seal temperature 350˚ C
6
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in covered constant color, hard coated dichroic reflector and infrared reflective coating on the
lamp capsule.
7
Max pin temperature 220˚ C.
8
Max temperature at lens reflector joint 240˚ C.
9
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in constant color, hard coated Dichroic reflector and infrared reflective coating on the lamp capsule.
10
Max pin temperature 250˚ C.
11
State of the Art SPL Optics
12
In base up operation, heat may eventually deteriorate paper-lined or plastic sockets.
13
To avoid electric shock and/or skin burns, turn off power and allow bulb to cool before handling or attempting replacement.
15
For indoor or outdoor use where not directly exposed to weather. Exposure to weather may damage the bulb.
16
For Indoor Use only.
17
Not recommended for use in enclosed close-fitting housings.
19
Retrofit for 65BR30/FL, or 75R30/FL.
20
Because this bulb radiates considerable heat, do not use in enclosed, close fitting fixtures, or in close proximity to people, combustible materials, or substances adversely affected by heat or drying.
21
Even though this bulb may continue to light after the lens or reflector is cracked or broken, it should be replaced as soon as possible since
the pressure filled inner capsule could unexpectedly shatter, creating a risk of personal injury or property damage. In addition, the inner capsule produces ultraviolet radiation that can cause injury to the eyes and skin with prolonged exposure without the blocking effect of the outer
glass bulb.
22
Use only with ceramic/porcelain sockets and in fixtures rated for this bulb type, including voltage and wattage.
23
For use only in fixtures designed specifically for dichroic Reflector Lamps.
24
Should be shielded against moisture falling on bulb.
25
For use only with heat-resisting connector and with bulb supported by bulb rim or metal shell of base.
26
UV Filter Quartz
27
Suitable for use in unshielded fixtures. Consult most recent luminaire standards for your area to determine luminaire requirements.
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Footnote
Description
28
For use where seal temperature does not exceed 650˚ F.
29
Starlite Low Pressure - UV Filter Quartz
30
Standard Clear - UV Filter Quartz
31
Standard Frosted - UV Filter Quartz
32
A protective shield must be used external to the lamp.
33
Standard Clear - 24V - UV Filter Quartz - Not suitable for use in open fixtures.
34
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in constant color, hard coated dichroic reflector.
35
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in aluminized reflector.
36
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in covered aluminized reflector.
37
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in dichroic reflector.
38
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in covered constant color, hard coated dichroic reflector.
39
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in covered dichroic reflector.
40
UV Filter capsule with axial filament in precisely engineered aluminum reflector.
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Ordering Abbreviation
Product
Number
Bulb
Base
1076
1130
1141
1156
1156
1157
36183
36237
36377
36521
36521
36561
S8
S8
S8
S8
S8
S8
DC Bayonet
DC Bayonet
SC Bayonet
SC Bayonet
SC Bayonet
DC Index
120MB
120MB
120MB 6W
120PC
120PSB
120PSB
12PSB
161
168
17
1815
1816
1819
1820
1822
1829
1835
1847
1864
1893
1895
194
1992 ERD
214-2 BU
2187
222
2342 24:30V30MA
24E
24ESB
24MB
24PSB
24X
259
28ESB
28MB
28PSB
30099 PLH
30110 PILOT TPLR
30112 PILOT TPLG
30120 PILOT FLR
31099 PLH BAY
313
3157WL
34503
34503
34513
34519
34557
34557
32983
34691
34711
33061
37329
37333
37351
37355
37367
37377
37387
37391
37413
37505
37531
34761
30215
34942
37747
34967
39307
33181
33189
33213
33229
33257
35027
33285
33311
33327
32169
32161
32159
32119
32173
35133
59894
T2.5
T2.5
T2.5
T2
T2
T2
T2
T3.25
T3.25
T1.75
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
G4.5
T3.25
T3.25
T3
T1.75
TL3
T5
T2
T2
T2.5
T2
T2
T3.25
T2
T2.5
T2
T2
T2
T2
T2
T2.5 & T3.25
T3.25
S8
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Bipin
Slide Base # 5
Slide Base # 5
Slide Base # 5
W2.1x9.2D
W2.1x9.2D
W2.1x4.9D
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
W2.1x9.2D
Wedge
End Caps
5/8" Wire Term
Mini Screw
W2x4.6D
Slide Base # 3
Slide Base # 5
Mini Bayonet
Slide Base # 5
Slide Base # 3
W2.1x9.2D
Slide Base # 5
Mini Bayonet
Slide Base # 5
Socket
Dome Trans
Dome Trans
Dome Fluted
Socket
Mini Bayonet
Wedge
327
328
35155
35169
T1.75
T1.75
SC Midg Flanged
SC Midg Flanged
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Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
200
200
1000
1200
1200
1200
5000
10000
10000
3000
7500
10000
10000
12000
4000
1500
5000
3000
1000
2500
1000
1000
1000
5000
5000
1500
2500
2000
2500
150
1000
7000
5
1000
7000
8000
10000
10000
8000
5000
6000
5000
5000
500
1200
5000
4000
1000
Approx
Lumens
402.12
263.89
263.89
402.00
402.00
402.00
38.00
4.52
4.52
18.00
12.57
37.70
8.17
17.59
37.70
4.27
20.11
26.39
12.57
13.82
4.78
37.70
25.13
25.13
25.13
804.00
50.27
3.70
6.28
8.17
3.64
43.92
402.12
37.69
4.27
4.27
Amps
Design
Pkg
Voltage (V) Qty
MOL
(in)
1.8
2.63
1.44
2.1
2.1
2.1
0.6
0.025
0.025
0.052
0.025
0.025
0.025
0.17
0.19
0.35
0.065
0.2
0.33
0.04
0.1
0.1
0.07
0.05
0.15
0.17
0.33
0.27
0.27
2.5
0.52
0.04
0.22
0.3
0.035
0.04
0.07
0.072
0.035
0.25
0.04
0.04
0.04
13
6
13
13
13
13
14
120
120
120
120
120
120
12
14
14
28
14
13
28
28
36
28
55
6
28
14
14
14
14
14
28
2
24
24
24
24
24
24
6
28
28
28
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
2
2
2
2
2
2
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
24
1000
1000
1000
200
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
100
1000
1000
1000
100
1000
1000
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.125
1.11
1.11
1.11
1.054
1.054
0.8
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.19
1.06
1.054
1
1.72
0.52
0.94
0.78
1.69
1.11
1.19
1.11
1.69
1.054
1.11
1.19
1.11
0.91
0.38
0.38
0.38
1.68
1.06
1.7
1000
1000
0.63
0.63
0.17
2.1
0.59
0.04
0.2
28
13
14
28
6
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5
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Ordering Abbreviation
Product
Number
Bulb
Base
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
330
334
3797 24V2W
382
385
387
388
44
4414 PAR 36
464
47
48C
48PSB
502
516/2PK/RP 12V
52A TB OBS
53
55
56
57
60MB
60PSB
6411 12V10W
64111 12V5W
6413 12V5W
64150 H1 12V55W
64151 H3 12V55W
64156 H3 24V70W
6421 24V3W
6424 24V5W
6429 24V10W
656
657
657
67
68
6PSB
73
7327 BIPIN T1 3/4
7371
7382
7511 P21W 24V21W
755
755
756
757
85
86
88
89
90
90MB
35183
35205
39375
35311
35321
35327
35349
33459
30965
35413
33479
33507
33599
35417
35920
33711
33719
33785
33831
33871
33927
33945
39407
39431
39405
31393
31397
31415
39376
39411
39397
35561
35565
35565
34021
34067
32803
34091
38289
38379
38417
39361
35763
35763
35771
35781
34179
34201
34219
34233
34271
34299
T1.75
T1.75
T2.75
T1.75
T1.75
T1.75
T1.75
T3.25
PAR36
T3.25
T3.25
T2
T2
G4.5
T5
T2
G3.5
G4.5
T1.75
G4.5
T2.5
T2
T3.25
T2.75
T3.25
T2.5
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
G6
G6
T2
T1.75
T1.75
T1.75
T1.75
S8
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T3.25
T1.75
T1.75
S8
G6
G6
T2.5
SC Midg Flanged
Midget Groove
BA9S
SC Midg Flanged
SC Midg Flanged
SC Midg Flanged
Midget Groove
Mini Bayonet
2 Screw Terminal
W2.1x9.2D
Mini Bayonet
Slide Base # 3
Slide Base # 5
Mini Screw
W2.1x9.2D
Slide Base # 6
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
W2.1x4.9D
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Slide Base # 5
SV8.5-8
Mini Bayonet
SV8.5-8
P14.5S
PK22S
PK22S
SV8.5-8
SV8.5-8
SV8.5-8
W2.1x9.2D
W2.1x9.2D
W2.1x9.2D
SC Bayonet
DC Bayonet
Slide Base # 5
W2.1x4.9D
Bipin
Bipin
Bipin
BAY15S
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
W2.1x4.9D
W2.1x4.9D
DC Bayonet
SC Bayonet
DC Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
1500
4000
200
15000
10000
7000
7000
3000
300
1500
3000
7000
10000
100
300
8000
1000
500
20000
500
7500
7500
200
240
200
225
225
225
1000
200
200
2500
15000
15000
5000
5000
20000
15000
4000
20000
15000
150
20000
20000
15000
7500
7000
20000
300
750
750
5000
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Approx
Lumens
6.28
4.27
16.96
3.76
1.88
3.76
3.76
11.28
37.70
6.28
7.53
43.98
12.57
25.13
1.88
25.13
9.17
100.53
80.42
100.53
1621.06
1520.53
1834.69
17.59
61.95
105.55
7.79
7.79
7.79
50.27
50.27
3.77
4.27
1.25
3.76
464.95
4.15
4.15
3.90
7.79
3.77
5.03
188.50
75.40
75.40
4.67
Amps
0.08
0.04
0.083
0.08
0.04
0.04
0.04
0.25
1.41
0.17
0.15
0.035
0.05
0.15
0.312
0.03
0.12
0.41
0.115
0.24
0.05
0.05
0.83
0.4
0.125
0.2
0.42
0.06
0.08
0.08
0.69
0.59
0.14
0.08
0.04
0.04
0.08
0.88
0.15
0.15
0.08
0.08
0.04
0.2
1.91
0.58
0.58
0.03
Design
Pkg
Voltage (V) Qty
MOL
(in)
14
28
24
14
28
28
28
6
13
28
6
48
48
5
13
24
14
7
5
14
60
60
12
12
12
12
12
24
24
24
24
28
28
28
14
14
6
14
28
12
14
24
6
6
14
28
28
6
7
13
13
90
0.63
0.63
0.932
0.63
0.36
0.63
0.63
0.94
2 3/4
1.054
0.94
1.69
1.69
1.06
1.49
0.92
0.6
0.84
0.8
0.84
1.19
1.11
1.61
1.29
1.61
2.43
1.65
1.65
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.054
1.054
1.054
1.44
1.44
1.11
0.8
0.63
0.63
0.63
2.095
0.94
0.94
1.06
1.06
0.8
0.8
2
1.44
1.44
1.19
1000
1000
200
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
12
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
12
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
200
200
200
100
100
100
200
200
200
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
200
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
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8,9
8,9
10
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Ordering Abbreviation
Product
Number
Bulb
Base
912
918
918/2PK/RP 13V
93
93BL2PK 13V
94
NE51 B1A
NE51H B2A
PR12
PR13
PR2
PR3
PR4
PR6
SM2A PCS 30096
35869
35923
35921
34311
16810
34337
32427
32429
38931
38939
38891
38901
38911
38917
32249
T5
T5
T5
S8
S8
S8
T3.25
T3.25
B3.5
B3.5
B3.5
B3.5
B3.5
B3.5
T2
W2.1x9.2D
W2.1x9.2D
W2.1x9.2D
SC Bayonet
SC Bayonet
DC Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
Mini Bayonet
SC Mini Flanged
SC Mini Flanged
SC Mini Flanged
SC Mini Flanged
SC Mini Flanged
SC Mini Flanged
Solder Lugs
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Rated
Life (hrs)
1000
500
500
700
700
700
25000
25000
15
15
15
15
10
30
Approx
Lumens
150.80
81.62
81.68
188.50
188.49
187.87
37.69
25.13
10.05
18.84
5.02
5.65
Amps
Design
Pkg
Voltage (V) Qty
MOL
(in)
1
0.54
0.54
1.04
1.04
1.04
0.3
1.2
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.27
0.3
13
13
13
13
13
13
105
105
6
5
2
4
2
2
1.49
1.49
1.49
2
1.8
2
500
500
12
1000
24
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
500
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1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1.2
2,12,13
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FOOTNOTES FOR MINIATURE LAMPS
Footnote
Description
1
MOL = Excluding pins.
2
Socket dimensions front to panel to end of terminals.
3
UL File No. E31557(M) CSA File No.LR20904
4
Universal lamp housings for T2.5 and T3.25 miniature bayonet based lamps.
5
Universal lamp housings for T2 slide based pilot lamps.
6
UL File No. E31557(M) CSA File No.LR20904
7
Caution: Operates under pressure and may shutter. Use appropriate techniques to protect people and surroundings. Do not operate in close
proximity to persons, combustible materials, or substances affected by heat or drying. Do not operate over 110% rated voltage because such
operation increases pressure and lamps' tendency to shatter. Ultraviolet output may cause skin and eye irritation with prolonged exposure.
Protect bulb from abrasions and scratches. Do not insert lamps when power is on. Follow operating instructions.
8
ECE Approved
9
Lamp Life B3 @ 13.2 volts.
10
There are two distinctively different lamps with this part number. When ordering T-1 3/4 , #7327, please also specify category and base type.
S-11. #7327 discontinued.
11
Material : Black Phenolic
12
MIL-Std. 18236 B-MIL Std. 202B
13
Material : Plastic
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UNDERSTANDING HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE LIGHTING
A brief description of the catalog format and related terminology will assist
the reader in understanding the information presented in this section.
All product families are listed in ascending wattage, followed by alphabetical
bulb designation to simplify lamp identification. Performance ratings are
based on tests conducted under controlled conditions on AC circuits with
auxiliary equipment meeting current published ANSI specifications.
Lamp performance under typical service conditions may vary from rated values. Ratings and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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For more information on HID SYSTEM SOLUTIONS, refer to page 92.
ANSI CODE
This is a unique code that describes the class and the electrical characteristics of the lamp and ballast as well as the fixture requirements. The code is
developed and assigned by the American National Standards Institute
(ANSI). The ANSI CODE consists of type of lamp (S = HPS, H = Mercury, M
= Metal Halide, L = LPS), followed by the ballast number, and for metal
halide lamps followed by the fixture requirement (O, E, S, F).
BULB
Each bulb description consists of a letter to indicate bulb shape, followed by
numbers that indicate maximum bulb diameter in 1/8 inch increments. For
example, a BT37 bulb is a blown shape with a tubular top, 37/8 of an inch or
4 5/8 inches in diameter. Illustrations of bulb shapes are shown on the following pages.
Although SYLVANIA HID bulbs are made of glass designed to resist thermal shock in normal applications, they must be shielded from direct contact
with liquids, such as rain, during operation to avoid bulb breakage.
ARC LENGTH
COLOR RENDERING INDEX (CRI)
Arc length is the dimension of the arc discharge measured from one electrode tip to the other. This is useful for optical design of reflectors and
affects fixture efficiency.
Color Rendering Index (CRI) is an international scale (numbering system) up
to 100 indicating the relative color rendering quality of a light source when
compared to a standard reference light source of the same chromaticity
(color temperature). The CRI expresses the degree to which colors will
appear "familiar" or "natural" under the light source selected. In general, the
higher the CRI number, the better the color rendering properties of the light
source being measured. The color rendering index of any two like sources
should only be compared if those sources have the same correlated color
temperature (CCT).
AVERAGE LIFE (HOURS)
The average life of a lamp is based on vertical operation (unless otherwise
noted) of representative lamps operated under controlled conditions of at
least 10 hours per start (except for M1500 and Briteline lamps, which are
based on 5 hours per start). Average life is defined as the total operation
hours at which 50% (Median) of any group of lamps is still operating
(except for most High Pressures Sodium and Mercury lamps, for which 65%
of the lamps are operating at the end of life). Variations in operating conditions such as bulb and base temperatures and line voltage can also affect
lamp life.
Regular operation of lamps with off times less than 15 minutes will shorten
the life of the lamp. Operating cycles shorter than 10 hours per start will
reduce lamp life as follows:
5 hours / start - Approximately 75% of rating
2.5 hours / start - Approximately 55% of rating
1.25 hours / start - Approximately 40% of rating
BASE
Most SYLVANIA HID lamp bases for general lighting are made of corrosionresistant brass with special lubricant to provide easy removal at end of lamp
life. See the following pages for all base illustrations.
E26 Medium - Medium (MED) bases are used on lamps in E17 bulbs and
are limited to 175W maximum.
E26 Medium Skirted - Medium skirted (Med. Skt.) bases consist of a
medium brass base with a skirt, which is mechanically connected to a
PAR38 bulb.
E39 Mogul - All (MOG) bases are embossed with letters and numbers
representing months and years. The date of installation can be recorded
by marking the letter of the current month and the number that coincides
with the last digit of the current year.
EX39 Exclusionary Mogul Base - Exclusionary Mogul bases (EXCL MOG)
are bases used on metal halide lamps having shrouded arc tubes, permitting them to be used in open fixture applications. These bases are compatible with exclusionary or standard mogul sockets.
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E39 POM - Position Oriented Mogul (POM) bases are used on lamps
designed to operate only in the horizontal position and require a special
POM socket. A pin located on the base engages in a slot within the POM
socket ensuring proper operating position of the lamp within the fixture.
Rx7s / R7s Recessed Single Contact - SYLVANIA double-ended HID
lamps with recessed single contact (RSC) bases have silver plated contacts to provide maximum electrical contact.
CORRELATED COLOR TEMPERATURE (CCT)
The correlated color temperature of a light source, expressed in Kelvin (K),
is a means of describing the appearance or chromaticity of the source. The
correlated color temperature of the light source contributes to the visual
appearance of the lighted space. "Warm" light sources have a low color temperature (2000-3000K) and feature more light in the red/orange/yellow
range. Light with a higher color temperature (>4000K) features more blue
and is referred to as "cool."
With new installations, or group relamps, all color performance evaluations
should be made after at least 100 hours of operation (at recommended operating cycles) to allow the lamps to stabilize. Additional changes in chemistry
within the arc tube over the life of the lamp may also cause the color temperature to shift as the lamp gets closer to the end of it's rated life. To minimize color variation within an installation, it is recommended that HID lamps
be group relamped and run on equal operating cycles.
DIMMING HID
Most SYLVANIA HID products can be dimmed on stepped, bi-level dimming
systems provided specific guidelines are followed. Generally, most
Metalarc® metal halide lamps can be dimmed down to 50% of rated wattage
depending on the lamp type and operating position. Lumalux® high pressure
sodium lamps can also be dimmed down to 50% of rated wattage. In addition to lower light output, HID lamps may shift in overall color and exhibit a
lower color rendering index (CRI) when operated in a dimmed mode. Some
restrictions apply to both the operation of the ballast and lamp. For more
information on dimming, please reference NEMA guidelines or contact a
SYLVANIA representative.
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UNDERSTANDING HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE LIGHTING (continued)
FIXTURE REQUIREMENT
LIGHT CENTER LENGTH (LCL)
Developed by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI), the fixture
requirement code describes the type of fixture required for each lamp type.
See lamp warnings for additional information and proper operating instructions.
E = Lamps classified as E-type are to be used ONLY in suitably rated
enclosed luminaires.
O = Lamps classified as O-type, comply with ANSI Standard C78.387 for
containment testing and may be used in open luminaires.
S = When operated within 15 degrees of vertical, this lamp may be operated in an open luminaire provided the installation is not near people or
flammable or combustible material, otherwise it must be operated in a
suitably enclosed luminaire.
F = F-rated lamps require an enclosed fixture with a U.V filter and lens
interlock.
The light center length of HID lamps is a measurement from the center of
the arc tube to the bottom of the lamp base.
LUMENS
Initial lumen ratings are based on photometry under controlled conditions of
at least 10 hours per start in the prescribed position at rated lamp wattage
after 100 operating hours. HQI®, Lumalux® Super and SOX lamp ratings are
based on measurements at constant input voltage. Lamp performance under
typical service conditions may vary from rated values. Operating universal
Metalarc® lamps in off-vertical positions will result in reduced lumen output.
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Mean lumens are measured on ANSI reference circuits at rated wattage
(HQI, Lumalux Super and SOX lamp ratings are based on input voltage) at
40% of average rated life except for those lamps with a "+" next to their life
rating; these lamps are measured at 50% of average rated life. All measurements are based on ballast operation on systems with current crest factors
of 1.8 or less. Higher current crest factors reduce values. In actual applications on CW or CWA ballasts, mean lumens may be higher than published
ratings.
HOT RESTRIKE
In most instances, if an HID lamp experiences a momentary power interruption or sudden voltage drop, the lamp may extinguish. A lamp that is still
hot will not restart immediately. Because the arc tube within the lamp must
cool down before it can re-start, HID lamps have hot restrike times ranging
from 1-15 minutes depending on the product type.
Unless otherwise noted, all photometry measurements are made on an ANSI
reference ballast at rated lamp wattage.
MAXIMUM OVERALL LENGTH (MOL)
KEY TO DATE OF MANUFACTURE
The maximum overall length of single-ended lamps is the maximum distance from the top of the bulb to the bottom of the base. For double-ended
lamps, it is the maximum distance from end-to-end (excluding any leadwires).
Consult your SYLVANIA Sales Representative or call 1-800-LIGHTBULB.
ORDERING ABBREVIATION
Ordering abbreviation provides a shorthand description of the lamp, using a
unique code which can be used when ordering a lamp if you do not know
the product number. This information can be found on the lamp etch.
WARM UP TIME
Most HID lamps do not have instant on capabilities. It may take several
minutes for the arc tube to stabilize before optimal light output is achieved.
PACKAGE QUANTITY
This identifies the number of lamps contained in a standard shipping carton.
WATTS
PRODUCT NUMBER
Watts shown are nominal lamp watts only.
Product number is a five digit number used to identify a specific SYLVANIA
lamp and should be used when ordering.
HOW TO READ PRODUCT INFORMATION - HID
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Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
ANSI
Ballast Pkg
No
Qty
Lamp Operating
Finish Position
Avg
Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT
Req Life(hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K)
Clear Universal
O
Watts
Bulb
Base
100
E17
E26 Med 67506
LU100/MED
S54
250
BT28
E39 Mogul 64578
MS250/PS/BU-ONLY
M153/E 6
350
400
BT37
EX39 Excl 64769
Mogul
MP350/400/PS/BU-ONLY
M131/O 6
M155/O
1000
BT56
20
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5,34
24000+
9500
8000
22 2100
Clear Base up within E
15˚ only
20000
23500
19000
65 4200 1,4,11,12
Clear Base up within O
15˚ only
20000
34000
40000
24500
29500
65 3700
3500
4,5,12,14
EX39 Excl 64714
MP1000/BU-ONLY
M47/O 6
Clear Base up within O
12000 107000 85500 65 3500 5,8,12
Mogul
15˚ only
Please refer to the "Understanding High Intensity Discharge" section on previous pages for definitions and explanations of the category headers.
HOW TO READ ORDERING ABBREVIATIONS
MS400PS/BU-ONLY
MP70PAR38/U/SP20/ECO
LU100/D/MED
H38BP-100/DX
MS
400
PS
BU ONLY
MP
70
PAR38
U
SP20
ECO
LU
100
D
MED
H38BP
100
DX
Super Metalarc
Wattage
Pulse Start
Operating Position:
Base up only
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Metalarc Pro-Tech
Wattage
Bulb Type
Operating Position
Beam Type/Angle
Ecologic
Lumalux®
Wattage
Coated
Medium Base
ANSI Ballast Number
Wattage
Brite White
Deluxe Coated
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BULBS
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A bulb designation consists of a letter(s) to indicate the shape and a
number(s) to indicate the approximate maximum diameter in eighths of
an inch. Thus, an E17 lamp is an
Ellipsoidal shape and 17/8 of an inch
or 2 1/8 inches in diameter. Other letter designations include: BT=Bulbous
Tubular; E or ED=Ellipsoidal;
ET=Ellipsoidal Tubular;
PAR=Parabolic; R=Reflector;
T=Tubular.
E17
ET18
E25
ET23.5
T
RSC base
R40
BT37
BT28
T
Fc2 base
PAR20
BT56
T
G12 base
T
G8.5 base
PAR30 LN
T
Mogul base
PAR38
T
BY22d base
BASES
Lamps with screw bases have one
lead-in wire soldered or welded to the
center contact and the other soldered
or welded to the upper rim of the
base shell.
Bases with ceramic bodies have internal leads welded to either silver-plated
contacts or external lead wires.
BY 22 d
Fc 2
G8.5
Ceramic
#8 - #10
Spade
G12
Admedium Skirted
Admed.
J
Medium
Skirted
Med. Skt.
Q
Position Oriented
Mogul
POM
Mogul
Mog.
R
Exclusionary
Mogul
EXCL Mog.
RRSC
Medium
Med.
RSC
OPERATING POSITIONS
A designated operating positions
assure maximum lamp performance.
Where it is not specified, the lamp is
suitable for operation in any position.
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HID BRAND NAME GUIDE
Note: These tables are intended only as guides and may represent another lamp company’s most similar product or product family rather
than an identical match. Individual manufacturer’s performance values should be consulted. BRAND NAME GUIDE
SYLVANIA
®
Metalarc
Metalarc Ceramic
GE *
PHILIPS **
Multi-Vapor
ConstantColor CMH
Protected Multi-Vapor
Metal Halide
Master Color
Protected Metal
Halide
Metal Halide
Pulse Start Metal
Halide
Metalarc Pro-Tech®
Super Metalarc
Metalarc Pulse Start
High Output Multi-Vapor
PulseArc Multi-Vapor
Metalarc Super Saver
Watt-Miser High Output
Multi-Vapor
Metalarc Briteline
Arcstream
HQI®
Arcstream
Metalarc Safeline®
Saf-T-Gard Multi-Vapor
Metal Halide
Double-Ended
Metal Halide
Double-Ended
Metal Halide
Safety Lifeguard
Metal Halide
*Trademark or registered trademark of General Electric Company.
SYLVANIA
GE *
Mercury Safeline
Lumalux®
Lumalux / ECO®
Saf-T-Gard Mercury
Lucalox
Ecolux
Lumalux Plus®/ ECO
Lumalux Mercury
Free / ECO
Ecolux NC
--------
Lumalux Standby
Lucalox Standby XL
Unalux®
SOX Low Pressure
Sodium
E-Z Lux
SOX Low Pressure
Sodium
PHILIPS **
Safety Lifeguard
Mercury Vapor
Ceramalux HPS
Ceramalux ALTO
Ceramalux ALTO
Plus
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Ceramalux
Ceramalux
RetroLux
SOX Low Pressure
Sodium
**Trademark or registered trademark of Philips.
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS
BRITELINE
Bulb
T7 (15000W)
T8
T9
HQI
Bulb
T6
T7 (150W)
T7.5
T9.5
T14.5
BT
PHYSICAL SIZE
(dimensions in mm)
METALARC METAL HALIDE
LCL
127
127
127
MOL
256
254
254
Physical size of Metalarc, Metalarc Ceramic, Super
PHYSICAL SIZE
(dimensions in mm)
LCL
57
66
56
81
150
175
MOL
114
132
84
163
225
285
MERCURY VAPOR
Bulb
T16
E17
ET23.5
BT28/ED28
BT37/ED37
BT56
PAR38
R40
(dimensions in inches)
LCL
7
3 3⁄4
5
5
7
9 1⁄2
---
MOL
11
5 7⁄16
7 1⁄2
8 5⁄16
11 1⁄2
15 3⁄8
5 7⁄16
7 1⁄2
(dimensions in inches)
Metalarc & Metalarc Pro-Tech lamps
Bulb
T4.5
E17/ED17
ED18/ET18
BT28/ED28
BT37/ED37
BT56
T6 (39, 70W)
T6 (150W)
T7.5
PAR20
PAR30LN
PAR38
LCL
2
3 13⁄32
5 3⁄4
5
7
9 1⁄2
2 7⁄32
2 7⁄32
2 7⁄32
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LUMALUX HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
MOL
3 7⁄32
5 7⁄16
9 3⁄4
8 5⁄16
11 1⁄2
15 3⁄8
3 15⁄16
4 1⁄8
4 1⁄8
3 17⁄32
4 3⁄4
5 5⁄16
(dimensions in inches)
Physical size of all Lumalux and Unalux lamps
Bulb
T7
T16
E17
ET18
ET23.5
E25
BT28/ED28
BT37/ED37
LCL
5
6 7⁄8
3 7⁄16
5 3⁄4
5
8 3⁄4
5
7
MOL
10 1⁄16
11 13⁄16
5 7⁄16
9 3⁄4
7 3⁄4
15 1⁄16
8 31⁄32
11 1⁄2
MOL
01
9
8
7
6
5
4
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HID LAMP COLORS CORRELATED COLOR TEMPERATURE AND COLOR RENDERING INDEX
Please refer to the “Understanding High Intensity Discharge” section for additional information.
LAMP TYPE
MERCURY
COLOR TEMPERATURE
CRI
Brite White Deluxe (coated)
4000K
45
Clear
5900K
20
METAL HALIDE
Metalarc®, Metalarc Ceramic, Super Metalarc, & HQI® Lamps
HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
Lumalux® (clear)
1900K-2200K
20-22
Lumalux (coated)
1900K-2100K
20-22
Unalux® (clear)
1800K-2100K
20
SOX (clear)
1800K
-45-0
See individual product listing for color temperature and CRI data
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LOW PRESSURE SODIUM
The following item was accepted into the 2003 IESNA Progress Report which recognizes innovative products
introduced to the industry during that year.
150-watt METALARC POWERBALL® CERAMIC
For weight and measure information, please visit www. sylvania.com
For more information about HID lamp warranties, please visit the warranty section of this catalog.
Lamp Disposal Labeling
The following information appears on the packages of high intensity discharge lamps that contain mercury. For more information on
lamp disposal labeling, see the inside back cover of this catalog.
Hg
Lamp Contains Mercury
Manage in accordance with disposal laws
See www.lamprecycle.org or 1-866-666-6850
LAMP WARNINGS:
HID Metal Halide and Mercury lamps are marked with a “T” or “R” on their packaging. These letters provide safety information
about the lamp. Below is the text used by the FDA to describe each of the letters.
T: WARNING: This lamp should self-extinguish within 15 minutes after the outer envelope is broken or punctured. If such damage occurs,
TURN OFF AND REMOVE LAMP to avoid possible injury from hazardous shortwave ultraviolet radiation.
R: WARNING: This lamp can cause serious skin burn and eye inflammation from shortwave ultraviolet radiation if outer envelope of the
lamp is broken or punctured. Do not use where people will remain for more than a few minutes unless adequate shielding or other safety
precautions are used. Lamps that will automatically extinguish when the outer envelope is broken or punctured are commercially available.
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GUIDE TO METAL HALIDE LAMPS
OSRAM SYLVANIA currently offers ten families of Metal Halide lamps:
Standard METALARC®, COMPACT METALARC, SUPER METALARC,
METALARC PRO-TECH®, METALARC POWERBALL® CERAMIC, METALARC
PULSE START, METALARC SUPER SAVER, METALARC BRITELINE,
METALARC SAFELINE®, and HQI®. These lamps are designed for general
lighting applications such as commercial, industrial lighting and outdoor
floodlighting where good color and high efficiency are desired.
STANDARD METALARC(M) — Offered in a range of wattages (from 1751500 watts), standard Metalarc metal halide lamps allow for design flexibility with multiple light source solutions to choose from. Metalarc lamps have
significantly higher efficacy than mercury vapor or incandescent products
and considerably better CRI than mercury vapor and high pressure sodium
lamps.
COMPACT METALARC(M) — These lamps have reduced outer jacket sizes
compared to standard metal halide lamps for use in smaller fixtures. The
reduced bulb diameter allows fixture manufacturers to design more versatile, less expensive and highly efficient luminaries.
SUPER METALARC(MS) — Super Metalarc lamps are position dedicated,
which means that they are specifically designed to be run in particular operating positions. Because of this feature, these lamps exhibit improved performance over standard, universal operating metal halide lamps of
similar wattage. Product features include long life, higher maintained lumens and increased efficacy.
METALARC PRO-TECH(MP) — These are specially designed lamps that incorporate a protective shroud to contain an arc tube rupture.
Metalarc Pro-Tech lamps can be used in open or enclosed fixtures. Dedicated bases are available on both low and high wattage lamp types.
METALARC POWERBALL CERAMIC(MC or MCP) — These lamps meet today’s color critical needs by combining conventional metal halide
pulse start characteristics with improved lamp-to-lamp color consistency and high CRI (>85). Most OSRAM SYLVANIA POWERBALL lamps
use a patented rounded arc tube shape, which allows for a more uniform temperature and improved color consistency. Lamp types include
clear and coated single-ended high and low wattage lamps, along with double ended and PAR configurations.
METALARC PULSE START(M/PS) — Metalarc Pulse Start lamps utilize metal halide performance with proven ignitor technology for longer life,
improved lumen maintenance and reduced color shift over lamp life compared to standard metal halide products. Lamp configurations include
low and high wattage types, both clear and coated. Metalarc Pro-Tech designs are also available for open fixture applications.
METALARC SUPERSAVER(M/SS)— Constructed with an enhanced arc tube for peak performance, Metalarc Super Saver lamps are designed
as energy-saving, replacement metal halide lamps. The 360W Super Saver lamp is a direct retrofit for existing 400W products and the 150W
Super Saver replaces 175 W lamps -- no ballast change is required.
METALARC BRITELINE(M) — These double-ended lamps are designed for compact fixtures, which provide excellent optical control and high
efficiency. These higher wattage lamps are particularly well suited for sports lighting and outdoor floodlighting applications.
METALARC SAFELINE(MT) — Metalarc Safeline lamps are designed to self-extinguish when the outer bulb is broken reducing exposure to
possible ultraviolet radiation. These lamps are recommeded for use in sports facilities and other places of public assembly where the lamps
may be subject to breakage by external objects.
HQI — With their compact size and very short arc length, HQI metal halide lamps allow luminaire manufacturers to design highly efficient fixtures using proven quartz arc tube technology. The high color rendering, white light, compact size, long life and high efficacy make these
lamps ideal for color critical applications.
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Enclosed fixture rated METALARC®, E-Type Lamp
ANSI Luminaire Code E
ENCLOSED FIXTURE
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
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RUPTURE RISKS: This Metal Halide lamp is constructed of an outer glass bulb with an internal arc-tube. Metal Halide arc-tubes operate at high pressure and at
very high temperatures and can unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication. An arc-tube rupture can
burst and shatter the outer glass bulb resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and extremely hot particles. In the event of such rupture, THERE IS A RISK OF
PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
TO REDUCE THESE RISKS:
1. Only operate lamp in an enclosed fixture with a lens/diffuser material able to contain hot lamp fragments (up to 2192°F, 1200°C for a ceramic arc tube
and 2012°F, 1100°C for quartz). If you are uncertain, contact your fixture manufacturer.
2. Only operate lamp with compatible ballast and fixture. (See catalog for specific information.)
3. Only operate lamp in designated operating positions. (See catalog for illustration.)
4. Lamp must be turned off for a minimum of fifteen minutes at least once a week.
5. Never expose an operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet or snow).
6. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
7. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
8. Replace lamp at or before the end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
FOR APPLICATIONS WHERE AN ADDITIONAL MEASURE OF SAFETY IS DESIRED, LAMPS USING AN INTERNAL SHIELD DESIGNED TO CONTAIN AN ARC-TUBE
RUPTURE ARE AVAILABLE.
II. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp while power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and
remove lamp after it has cooled.
III. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION EXPOSURE:
WARNING: This lamp can cause serious skin burn and eye inflammation from shortwave ultraviolet radiation if the outer envelope of the lamp is
broken or punctured. Do not use where people will remain for more than a few minutes unless adequate shielding or other safety precautions are
used. Lamps that will automatically extinguish when the outer envelope is broken or punctured are commercially available. This product conforms
to the following federal regulations: U.S.A.: 21 CFR 1040.30 and CANADA: SOR/80-381
IV. LAMP INSTALLATION:
1. Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
2. All horizontal lamps with position oriented mogul (POM) bases (with locating pin) require a POM socket. Do not remove pin from base.
3. All pulse start lamps require a socket rated to withstand a 4000 volt pulse.
4. Never install the lamp into an ordinary household socket.
V. BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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Enclosed fixture rated METALARC® E-Type (Ceramic & Quartz, G12, G8.5 & DE, UV-Stop Outer-jacket) Lamp
R
ANSI Luminaire Code E
ENCLOSED FIXTURE
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
RUPTURE RISKS: This Metal Halide lamp is constructed of an outer glass bulb with an internal ceramic or quartz arc-tube. Metal Halide arc-tubes operate at high
pressure and at very high temperatures and can unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication. An arctube rupture can burst and shatter the outer glass bulb resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and extremely hot particles. In the event of such rupture,
THERE IS A RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
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TO REDUCE RISKS:
1. Only operate lamp in an enclosed fixture with a lens/diffuser material able to contain hot lamp fragments (up to 2192°F, 1200°C for a ceramic arc-tube
and 2012°F, 1100°C for quartz). If you are uncertain, contact your fixture manufacturer.
2. Only operate lamp with compatible ballast and fixture. (See catalog for specific information.)
3. Only operate lamp in designated operating positions. (See catalog for illustration.)
4. Lamp must be turned off for a minimum of fifteen minutes at least once a week.
5. Never expose operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet or snow).
6. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
7. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
8. Replace lamp at or before the end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
II. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp while power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and
remove lamp after it has cooled.
III. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION EXPOSURE:
WARNING: This lamp can cause serious skin burn and eye inflammation from shortwave ultraviolet radiation if the outer envelope of the lamp is
broken or punctured. Do not use where people will remain for more than a few minutes unless adequate shielding or other safety precautions are
used. Lamps that will automatically extinguish when the outer envelope is broken or punctured are commercially available. This product conforms
to the following federal regulations: U.S.A.: 21 CFR 1040.30 and CANADA: SOR/80-381
IV. LAMP INSTALLATION:
1. Ensure that lamp is securely seated in the socket.
2. If lamp is touched with bare hands, clean fingerprints off with alcohol and wipe dry with clean, lint-free cloth.
3. All sockets must be rated to withstand the maximum pulse voltage output of the ballast.
4. Never install the lamp into an ordinary household socket or a fixture intended for tungsten halogen lamps.
V. BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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Open Fixture Rated, METALARC PRO-TECH®, O-Type Lamp
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ANSI Luminaire Code O
OPEN FIXTURE permissible
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
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RUPTURE RISKS: This Metal Halide lamp is constructed of an outer glass bulb with an internal arc-tube. Metal Halide arc-tubes operate at high pressure and at
very high temperatures and can unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication. An arc-tube rupture can
burst and shatter the outer glass bulb resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and extremely hot particles. In the event of such rupture, THERE IS A RISK OF
PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
TO REDUCE THESE RISKS:
1. Only operate with compatible ballast and fixture. (See catalog for specific information.)
2. Only operate lamp in designated operating positions. (See catalog for illustration.)
3. Lamp must be turned off for a minimum of fifteen minutes at least once a week.
4. Never expose operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet or snow).
5. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
6. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer glass bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
7. Replace lamp at or before the end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
This lamp is intended for use in open fixtures since it contains a special shield which was designed to contain a ruptured arc-tube and thereby minimize the resultant risks of personal injury, property damage, burns and fire. In applications where an additional measure of safety is desired, an enclosed fixture may be used
with a lens/diffuser material able to contain hot lamp fragments (up to 2192°F, 1200°C for a ceramic arc tube and 2012°F, 1100°C for quartz). If you are uncertain,
contact your fixture manufacturer.
II. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp while power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and
remove lamp after it has cooled.
III. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION EXPOSURE:
WARNING: This lamp can cause serious skin burn and eye inflammation from shortwave ultraviolet radiation if the outer envelope of the lamp is
broken or punctured. Do not use where people will remain for more than a few minutes unless adequate shielding or other safety precautions are
used. Lamps that will automatically extinguish when the outer envelope is broken or punctured are commercially available. This product conforms
to the following federal regulations: U.S.A.: 21 CFR 1040.30 and CANADA: SOR/80-381
IV. LAMP INSTALLATION:
1. Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
2. All pulse start lamps require a socket rated to withstand a 4000 volt pulse.
3. Never install the lamp into an ordinary household socket.
V. BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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METALARC®, S-Type Lamp
R
ANSI Luminaire Code S
ENCLOSED FIXTURE/Open if meets
requirement of Paragraph I.1 below
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
RUPTURE RISKS: This Metal Halide lamp is constructed of an outer glass bulb with an internal arc-tube. Metal Halide arc-tubes operate at high pressure and at
very high temperatures and can unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication. An arc-tube rupture can
burst and shatter the outer glass bulb resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and extremely hot particles. In the event of such rupture, THERE IS A RISK OF
PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
TO REDUCE THESE RISKS:
1. Only operate lamp in an enclosed fixture with a lens/diffuser material able to contain hot lamp fragments (up to 2012°F, 1100°C). If you are uncertain,
contact your fixture manufacturer. When operated within 15° of vertical, this lamp may be operated in an open fixture PROVIDED THE INSTALLATION IS
NOT NEAR PEOPLE OR FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL.
2. Only operate lamp with compatible ballast and fixture. (See catalog for specific information.)
3. Only operate lamp in designated operating positions. (See catalog for illustration.)
4. Lamp must be turned off for a minimum of fifteen minutes at least once a week.
5. Never expose an operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet or snow).
6. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
7. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
8. Replace lamp at or before the end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
FOR APPLICATIONS WHERE AN ADDITIONAL MEASURE OF SAFETY IS DESIRED, LAMPS USING AN INTERNAL SHIELD DESIGNED TO CONTAIN AN ARC-TUBE
RUPTURE ARE AVAILABLE.
II. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp while power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and
remove lamp after it has cooled.
III. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION EXPOSURE:
WARNING: This lamp can cause serious skin burn and eye inflammation from shortwave ultraviolet radiation if the outer envelope of the lamp is
broken or punctured. Do not use where people will remain for more than a few minutes unless adequate shielding or other safety precautions are
used. Lamps that will automatically extinguish when the outer envelope is broken or punctured are commercially available. This product conforms
to the following federal regulations: U.S.A.: 21 CFR 1040.30 and CANADA: SOR/80-381
IV. LAMP INSTALLATION:
1. Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
2. All horizontal lamps with position oriented mogul (POM) bases (with locating pin) require a POM socket. Do not remove pin from base.
3. All pulse start lamps require a socket rated to withstand a 4000 volt pulse.
4. Never install the lamp into an ordinary household socket.
V. BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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I
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METALARC® SAFELINE®, S-Type Lamp
T
ANSI Luminaire Code S
ENCLOSED FIXTURE/Open if meets
requirement of Paragraph I.1 below
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
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RUPTURE RISKS: This Metal Halide lamp is constructed of an outer glass bulb with an internal arc-tube. Metal Halide arc-tubes operate at high pressure and at
very high temperatures and can unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication. An arc-tube rupture can
burst and shatter the outer glass bulb resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and extremely hot particles. In the event of such rupture, THERE IS A RISK OF
PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
TO REDUCE THESE RISKS:
1. Only operate lamp in an enclosed fixture with a lens/diffuser material able to contain hot lamp fragments (up to 2012°F, 1100°C). If you are uncertain,
contact your fixture manufacturer. When operated within 15° of vertical, this lamp may be operated in an open fixture PROVIDED THE INSTALLATION IS
NOT NEAR PEOPLE OR FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL.
2. Only operate lamp with compatible ballast and fixture. (See catalog for specific information.)
3. Only operate lamp in designated operating positions. (See catalog for illustration.)
4. Lamp must be turned off for a minimum of fifteen minutes at least once a week.
5. Never expose an operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet or snow).
6. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
7. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
8. Replace lamp at or before the end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
FOR APPLICATIONS WHERE AN ADDITIONAL MEASURE OF SAFETY IS DESIRED, LAMPS USING AN INTERNAL SHIELD DESIGNED TO CONTAIN AN ARC-TUBE
RUPTURE ARE AVAILABLE.
II. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp while power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and
remove lamp after it has cooled.
III ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION EXPOSURE: This lamp should self-extinguish within 15 minutes after the outer envelope is broken or punctured. If such damage
occurs, TURN OFF AND REMOVE LAMP to avoid possible injury from hazardous shortwave ultraviolet radiation. This product conforms to the following federal
regulations: U.S.A.: 21 CFR 1040.30 and CANADA: SOR/80-381
IV. LAMP INSTALLATION:
1. Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
2. Never install the lamp into an ordinary household socket.
V. BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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METALARC® BRITELINE, F-Type Lamp
ANSI Luminaire Code F
ENCLOSED FIXTURE with UV
filter and lens interlock required
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
RUPTURE RISKS: This Metal Halide lamp is constructed with a quartz arc-tube which operates at high pressure and at very high temperatures. The arc-tube can
unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and
extremely hot particles. In the event of such rupture, THERE IS A RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
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TO REDUCE THESE RISKS:
1. Only operate lamp in an enclosed fixture with a lens/diffuser material able to contain hot lamp fragments (up to 2012°F, 1100°C). If you are uncertain,
contact your fixture manufacturer.
2. Only operate lamp with compatible ballast and fixture. (See catalog for specific information.)
3. Only operate lamp in horizontal position. (See catalog for allowable deviation from horizontal.)
4. Lamp must be turned off for a minimum of fifteen minutes at least once a week.
5. Never expose operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet or snow).
6. Replace lamp if bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
7. Keep all metals at least 3 inches from the body of the arc tube to avoid glass decomposition.
8. Replace lamp at or before the end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
II. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION HAZARD: THIS LAMP EMITS ULTRAVIOLET (UV) POWER DURING OPERATION AND IS IN RISK GROUP 3 PER ANSI-IESNA Rp-27.396. THIS LAMP CAN CAUSE SERIOUS SKIN BURN AND EYE INJURY FROM SHORTWAVE ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION. IT MUST BE OPERATED IN AN ENCLOSED
FIXTURE WHICH FILTERS OUT THE HARMFUL SHORTWAVE ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION. IF YOU ARE UNCERTAIN, CONTACT YOUR FIXTURE MANUFACTURER.
A power interlock device is required to automatically turn off the lamp if the fixture assembly is opened. It is strongly recommended that a power interlock device
also turn off power to the lamp if the fixture lens is broken. If the fixture lens breaks and the lamp remains on, turn off power immediately and repair before reenergizing.
This lamp is to be used ONLY in a fixture specifically designed for use with this lamp and recommended for its use by the equipment manufacturer.
III. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp while power is on. Allow lamp to cool before removing.
IV. LAMP INSTALLATION AND FIXTURE: Do not remove lamp from package until ready for use and then handle only with clean cotton gloves. If lamp is handled,
fingerprints, grease or oils may be removed from the bulb by wiping with alcohol. This will remove materials which cause whitish spotting (devitrification) and
premature lamp failure. Dry lamp carefully with clean cotton cloth.
1. Install lamp without undue pressure.
2. Ensure that lamp electrical connections are secure and nothing is touching bulb.
3. All seal gaskets and wire insulation must be shielded from the UV radiation produced by this lamp.
4. Fixture wiring must have a temperature rating of 250° C and a minimum voltage rating of 600 V RMS for all lamps except the 1500T7 lamp which must have
a voltage rating of 1500V RMS.
5. For maximum performance, all double-ended lamps must be operated with the arc-tube tip up.
V. BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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T (G8.5 base)
T (G12 base)
T (RSC base)
E17
BT28
PAR20
PAR30
METALARC® METAL HALIDE
METALARC POWERBALL® CERAMIC
High CRI, Pulse Start, UV Stop – Enclosed Fixtures Only
4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
39
G8.5
64791
T4.5
MC39TC/U/G8.5/830
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
M130/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
3300
2640
82 3000
|
|
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1,2,3,
4,5
T6
G12
64363
MC39T6/U/G12/830
M130/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
3400
2720
82 3000
1,2,3,
4,5
H
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70
150
T4.5
G8.5
64792
MC70TC/U/G8.5/830
M139/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
6600
5280
83 3000
1,2,3,
4,5,6
T6
G12
64361
MC70T6/U/G12/830
M139/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
6700
5360
87 3000
1,2,3,
4,5,6
64338
MC70T6/U/G12/940
M139/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
5800
4640
90 4200
1,2,3,
4,5,6
R7S RSC
64793
MC70T6/DE/830
M139/E
12 Clear
HOR ± 45° E
12000
6600
5120
88 3000
1,2,4,
5,6,7
G12
64337
MC150T6/U/G12/940
M102/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
12700
10160
90 4200
T6
1,2,3,
5,8
T7.5
G12
64359
MC150T7.5/G12/U/830
M102/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
14500
11600
89 3000
1,2,3,
5,8
R7S RSC
64794
MC150T7.5/DE/830
M102/E
12 Clear
HOR ± 45° E
12000
14800
11840
91 3000
1,2,5,
9
METALARC POWERBALL CERAMIC
High CRI, Pulse Start, UV Stop – Open or Enclosed Fixtures
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
70
E26 Med
64739
MCP70/U/MED/830
M139/O
12 Clear
Universal O
12000
5900
4700
88 3000
1,5,6,
10,11
64740
MCP70/C/U/MED/830
M139/O
12 Coated Universal O
12000
5500
4400
88 3000
1,5,6,
10,11
64743
MCP100/U/MED/830
M90/O
12 Clear
Universal O
12000
9000
7200
85 3000
1,5,10,
11,12
64744
MCP100/C/U/MED/830
M90/O
12 Coated Universal O
12000
8500
6900
85 3000
1,5,10,
11,12
64741
MCP150/U/MED/830
M102/O
12 Clear
Universal O
12000
13000
11000
89 3000
1,5,8,
10,11
64742
MCP150/C/U/MED/830
M102/O
12 Coated Universal O
12000
12000
10000
89 3000
1,5,8,
10,11
64786
MCP250/PS/BU-ONLY/940
M153/O
6
15000
24000
19200
94 4200
100
150
250
E17
E17
E17
BT28
E26 Med
E26 Med
EX39 Excl
Mogul
Clear
BU ± 15° O
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1,10,11,
13
64821
MCP250/C/PS/BU-ONLY/940
M153/O
6
Coated BU ± 15° O
15000
22500
18000
94 4000
1,10,11,
13
METALARC POWERBALL CERAMIC - PAR LAMPS
High CRI, Pulse Start, UV Stop, PAR Type – Open or Enclosed Fixtures
5
Approx
Lumens
CCT Symbols &
(initial) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
39
E26 Med
64747
MCP39PAR20/U/830/SP
M130/O 12 SP
10
Universal O
9000
22000
2000
85 2900
1,3,4,
5,10,11
64748
MCP39PAR20/U/830/FL
M130/O 12 FL
30
Universal O
9000
5000
2000
85 2900
1,3,4,
5,10,11
64755
MCP39PAR30LN/U/830/SP
M130/O 6
10
Universal O
9000
39600
2300
85 2900
1,3,4,
5,10,11
PAR20
PAR30LN E26 Med
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ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Beam Beam Operating Fix Rated
Qty Type Angle Position Req Life(hrs) MBCP
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
SP
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PAR30
PAR38
E17
METALARC® METAL HALIDE
METALARC POWERBALL® CERAMIC - PAR LAMPS
High CRI, Pulse Start, UV Stop, PAR Type – Open or Enclosed Fixtures
5
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Beam Beam Operating Fix Rated
Qty Type Angle Position Req Life(hrs) MBCP
|
|
|
Approx
Lumens
CCT Symbols &
(initial) CRI (K) Footnotes
39
PAR30LN E26 Med
64756
MCP39PAR30LN/U/830/FL
M130/O 6
FL
30
Universal O
9000
7400
2300
85 2900
1,3,4,
5,10,11
70
PAR30LN E26 Med
64745
MCP70PAR30LN/U/830/SP
M139/O 6
SP
12
Universal O
9000
46000
4400
85 2900
1,4,5,
6,10,11
64746
MCP70PAR30LN/U/830/FL
M139/O 6
FL
30
Universal O
9000
16000
4400
85 2900
1,4,5,
6,10,11,14,
64749
MCP70PAR38/U/SP/830/ECO
M139/O 6
SP
15
Universal O
10000
40000
4300
85 3000
1,5,
6,10,11,15
64750
MCP70PAR38/U/FL/830/ECO
M139/O 6
FL
25
Universal O
10000
16000
4300
85 3000
1,5,
6,10,11,15
64751
MCP70PAR38/U/VWFL/830/ECO M139/O 6
VWFL 65
Universal O
10000
3500
4300
85 3000
1,5,
6,10,11,15
64752
MCP100PAR38/U/SP/830/ECO
M90/O
6
SP
15
Universal O
12000
58000
6500
85 3000
1,5,
10,11,12,15,
16
64753
MCP100PAR38/U/FL/830/ECO
M90/O
6
FL
25
Universal O
12000
25000
6500
85 3000
1,5,
10,11,12,15,
16
64754
MCP100PAR38/U/VWFL/830/ECOM90/O
6
VWFL 60
Universal O
12000
6000
6500
85 3000
1,5,
10,11,12,15,
16
64841
MCP150/PAR38/U/830/SP
M102/O 6
SP
15
Universal O
9000
50000
9100
85 3000
1,8,
10,11,15,16
64842
MCP150/PAR38/U/830/FL
M102/O 6
FL
25
Universal O
9000
28000
9100
85 3000
1,8,
10,11,15,16
64843
MCP150/PAR38/U/830/VWFL
M102/O 6
VWFL 65
Universal O
9000
6500
9100
85 3000
1,8,
10,11,15,16
PAR38
100
150
PAR38
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
E26 Med Skt
E26 Med Skt
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METALARC PULSE START & METALARC PRO-TECH®
High Output, Reduced Color Shift, Low Wattage, Quartz – Open or Enclosed Fixtures
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
50
E26 Med
64587
MP50/U/MED
M110/O
20 Clear
Universal O
20000V 3450
10000H
1900
70 3000 10,11
64588
MP50/C/U/MED
M110/O
20 Coated Universal O
20000V 3200
10000H
1750
70 2900 10,11
64547
MP70/U/MED
M98/O
20 Clear
Universal O
15000V 5200
10000H
3400
75 3000 10,11
64546
MP70/C/U/MED
M98/O
20 Coated Universal O
15000V 4700
10000H
3100
75 2900 10,11
64625
MPD70/U/MED/840
M98/O
20 Clear
Universal O
7500V
6000H
5500
4000
80 4200
10,11
64621
MPD70/C/U/MED/840
M98/O
20 Coated Universal O
7500V
6000H
5100
3800
82 4000
10,11
64417
MP100/U/MED
M90/O
20 Clear
Universal O
15000V 8500
10000H
5525
75 3000 10,11
64418
MP100/C/U/MED
M90/O
20 Coated Universal O
15000V 7900
10000H
5800
75 2900 10,11
64426
MPD100/U/MED/840
M90/O
20 Clear
Universal O
7500V
6000H
8400
5800
82 4200
10,11
64433
MPD100/C/U/MED/840
M90/O
20 Coated Universal O
7500V
6000H
7700
5500
82 4000
10,11
70
100
E17
E17
E17
E26 Med
E26 Med
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E17
PAR38
BT28
METALARC® METAL HALIDE
METALARC PULSE START & METALARC PRO-TECH®
High Output, Reduced Color Shift, Low Wattage, Quartz – Open or Enclosed Fixtures
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
150
E26 Med
64402
MP150/U/MED
M102/O
20 Clear
Universal O
15000V 12900
10000H
10000
75 3000 10,11
64406
MP150/C/U/MED
M102/O
20 Coated Universal O
15000V 11600
10000H
9000
75 2900 10,11
64403
MPD150/U/MED/840
M102/O
20 Clear
Universal O
7500V
6000H
12500
11000
88 4200
10,11
64425
MPD150/C/U/MED/840
M102/O
20 Coated Universal O
7500V
6000H
11500
9500
88 4000
10,11
E17
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METALARC PULSE START
High Output, Reduced Color Shift, Low Wattage, Quartz, PAR Type – Open or Enclosed Fixtures
5
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
70
E26 Med Skt
64590
PAR38
MP70PAR38/U/SP20/ECO
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Beam Beam Operating Fix Rated
Qty Type Angle Position Req Life(hrs) MBCP
Approx
Lumens
CCT Symbols &
(initial) CRI (K) Footnotes
M98/O
6
3400
SP
20
Universal O
8500
18000
75 3200
|
|
|
10,11,15,
16
64592
MP70PAR38/U/FL35/ECO
M98/O
6
FL
35
Universal O
8500
10000
3400
75 3200
10,11,15,
16
64594
MP70PAR38/U/VWFL65/ECO
M98/O
6
VWFL 65
Universal O
8500
3000
3400
75 3200
10,11,15,
16
100
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
64580
MP100PAR38/U/SP20/ECO
M90/O
6
SP
20
Universal O
8500
26000
5800
75 3000
10,11,15,
16
64582
MP100PAR38/U/FL35/ECO
M90/O
6
FL
35
Universal O
8500
12000
5800
75 3000
10,11,15,
16
64584
MP100PAR38/U/VWFL65/ECO
M90/O
6
VWFL 65
Universal O
8500
4500
5800
75 3000
10,11,15,
16
150
PAR38
E26 Med Skt
64593
MP150PAR38/U/SP20/ECO
M102/O 6
SP
20
Universal O
8500
34000
8800
75 3200
10,11,15,
16
64597
MP150PAR38/U/FL35/ECO
M102/O 6
FL
35
Universal O
8500
17000
8800
75 3200
10,11,15,
16
64599
MP150PAR38/U/VWFL65/ECO
M102/O 6
VWFL 65
Universal O
8500
7500
8800
75 3200
10,11,15,
16
METALARC PULSE START
High Output, Reduced Color Shift, High Wattage
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
175
ED17
E26 Med
64171
MS175/PS/BU-ONLY/MED
M152/E
12 Clear
BU ± 15° E
15000
17500
12800
65 4000 2,10,13,27
64170
MS175/C/PS/BU-ONLY/MED
M152/E
12 Coated BU ± 15° E
15000
16600
12500
70 3700 2,10,13,27
ED28
E39 Mogul
64815
MS175/PS/BU-ONLY
M152/E
12 Clear
15000
17500
12800
65 4200 2,10,13
64816
MS175/C/PS/BU-ONLY
M152/E
12 Coated BU ± 15° E
15000
16000
12500
70 4000 2,10,13
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
64837
MS200/PS/BU-ONLY/ET23.5
M136/E
6
Clear
BU ± 15° E
15000
19000
13300
65 4200 2,10,13
BT28
E39 Mogul
200
250
BT28
EX39 Excl
Mogul
E39 Mogul
64838
MS200/PS/BU-ONLY/BT28
M136/E
6
Clear
BU ± 15° E
15000
19000
13500
65 4000 2,10,13
64839
MS200/C/PS/BU-ONLY/BT28
M136/E
6
Coated BU ± 15° E
15000
18000
12800
65 3800 2,10,13
64789
MP250/PS/BU-ONLY
M153/O
6
Clear
BU ± 15° O
15000
22500
17000
65 4000 10,11,13
64790
MP250/C/PS/BU-ONLY
M153/O
6
Coated BU ± 15° O
15000
21000
16000
70 4000 10,11,13
64578
MS250/PS/BU-ONLY
M153/E
6
Clear
20000
23500
19000
65 4200 2,10,13
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BU ± 15° E
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BT28
BT37
E17
METALARC® METAL HALIDE
METALARC PULSE START
High Output, Reduced Color Shift, High Wattage
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
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Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
250
BT28
E39 Mogul
64617
MS250/C/PS/BU-ONLY
M153/E
6
Coated BU ± 15° E
20000
320
BT28
E39 Mogul
64507
MS320/PS/BU-HOR
M154/E
6
Clear
BU-HOR
E
20000V 32000V 21000V 65 4300 2,10,13,17
15000H 30000H 19700H
64646
MS320/C/PS/BU-HOR
M154/E
6
Coated BU-HOR
E
20000V 30000V 19700V 70 3900 2,10,13,17
15000H 28000H 18400H
64391
MP320/350/PS/BU-ONLY/BT28
M154/O
M131/O
6
Clear
BU ± 15° O
20000
20000
28600
33500
21000V 65 3800 10,11,13,17
24000H 65 3600
64349
MP320/350/C/PS/BU-ONLY/BT28
M154/O
M131/O
6
Coated BU ± 15° O
20000
20000
27700
32000
19000V 70 3600 10,11,13,17
22000H 70 3600
64769
MP350/400/PS/BU-ONLY
M131/O
M155/O
6
Clear
BU ± 15° O
20000
20000
33000
40000
24500V 65 3700 10,11,13,18
29500H 65 3500
64770
MP350/400/C/PS/BU-ONLY
M131/O
M155/O
6
Coated BU ± 15° O
20000
20000
32000
39000
23000V 70 3500 10,11,13,18
28000H 70 3300
64525
MS400/PS/BU-ONLY
M155/S
6
Clear
BU ± 15° S
20000
42000
31000
65 4000 10,13,18,19,
20
64527
MS400/C/PS/BU-ONLY
M155/S
6
Coated BU ± 15° S
20000
42000
29000
70 3600 10,13,18,19,
20
64787
MS750/PS/BU-HOR/BT37
M149/E
6
Clear
BU-HOR
E
16000V 80000V 60000V 65 4000 2,10,21
12000H 68000H 51000H
64822
MS750/C/PS/BU-HOR/BT37
M149/E
6
Coated BU-HOR
E
16000V 75000V 56000V 70 3700 2,10,21
12000H 65000H 48500H
64351
M1000/PS/U/BT37
M141/E
6
Clear
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
320
350
400
750
1000
BT28
BT37
BT37
BT37
BT37
EX39 Excl
Mogul
EX39 Excl
Mogul
E39 Mogul
E39 Mogul
E39 Mogul
Universal E
21500
17000
70 3600 2,10,13
H
I
D
15000V 110000V 96000V 65 3800 2,10
9000H 107800H86300H
METALARC SUPERSAVER®
Energy Saving, Metal Halide Retrofit
4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
150
BT28
E39 Mogul
64719
M150/SS/U/BT-28
M107/E
6
Clear
Universal E
10000V 13000V 7500V 65 4000 2,22,23
7500H 12000H 8500H
360
BT37
E39 Mogul
64655
MS360/SS/BU-HOR
M59/S
6
Clear
BU-HOR
S
20000V 36000V 23500V 65 3600 20,23,24
15000H 30000H 19000H
64656
MS360/C/SS/BU-HOR
M59/S
6
Coated BU-HOR
S
20000V 36000V 22500V 70 3600 20,23,24
15000H 30000H 19000H
64737
MSP360/SS/BU-ONLY
M59/O
6
Clear
BU ± 15° O
20000
36000
23500
65 4000 11,23,24
64738
MSP360/C/SS/BU-ONLY
M59/O
6
Coated BU ± 15° O
20000
34500
22500
70 3600 11,23,24
64828
MS360/SS/BU-ONLY/ED28
M59/E
12 Clear
BU ± 15° E
20000
36000
23400
65 4000 2,23,24
64829
MS360/C/SS/BU-ONLY/ED28
M59/E
12 Coated BU ± 15° E
20000
34200
22000
70 3700 2,23,24
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
MS175/HOR
M57/E
6
Clear
HOR ± 15° E
7500
15000
10000
65 4200 2,25
MS175/C/HOR
M57/E
6
Coated HOR ± 15° E
7500
14500
9700
70 4000 2,25
MS250/HOR
M58/E
6
Clear
10000
23000
15000
65 4200 2,25
EX39 Excl
Mogul
ED28
E39 Mogul
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METALARC SUPER
High Output, Position Dedicated
4
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Watts Bulb
Base
175
BT28
E39 POM Mogul 64439
250
BT28
E39 POM Mogul 64448
64440
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HOR ± 15° E
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BT28
BT37
BT56
E17
ET18
METALARC® METAL HALIDE
METALARC SUPER
High Output, Position Dedicated
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
MS250/C/HOR
M58/E
6
MS250/3K/HOR
M58/E
6
Coated HOR ± 15° E
10000
17200
12500
70 3200 2,25
MS400/HOR/BT28
M59/E
6
Clear
20000
40000
26000
65 4200 2,25
MS400/C/HOR/BT28
M59/E
6
Coated HOR ± 15° E
20000
36500
24000
70 3800 2,25
MS400/HOR
M59/E
6
Clear
HOR ± 15° E
20000
40000
26000
65 4200 2,25
64446
MS400/C/HOR
M59/E
6
Coated HOR ± 15° E
20000
38000
24000
70 3800 2,25
64498
MS400/3K/HOR
M59/E
6
Coated HOR ± 15° E
20000
33500
23300
70 3200 2,25
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Watts Bulb
Base
250
BT28
E39 POM Mogul 64449
400
BT28
E39 POM Mogul 64443
BT37
E39 POM Mogul 64445
64496
64444
H
I
D
1000
Coated HOR ± 15° E
HOR ± 15° E
10000
22000
14000
70 3800 2,25
BT28
E39 Mogul
64441
MS400/BU-ONLY/BT28
M59/E
6
Clear
BU ± 15° E
20000
42000
26000
65 3800 2
BT37
E39 Mogul
64450
MS400/BU-ONLY
M59/S
6
Clear
BU ± 15° S
20000
42000
26000
65 4000 20,26
64452
MS400/C/BU-ONLY
M59/S
6
Coated BU ± 15° S
20000
42000
24700
70 3600 20,26
64454
MS400/3K/BU-ONLY
M59/S
6
Coated BU ± 15° S
20000
35000
22000
70 3200 20
64451
MS400/BD-ONLY
M59/S
6
Clear
BD ± 15° S
20000
42000
26000
65 4000 20
64435
MS1000/BU-ONLY
M47/S
6
Clear
BU ± 15° S
18000
115000 92000
65 4000 20
64460
MS1000/C/BU-ONLY
M47/S
6
Coated BU ± 15° S
18000
110000 88000
70 3400 20
64436
MS1000/BD-ONLY
M47/S
6
Clear
18000
115000 92000
65 4000 20
BT56
E39 Mogul
BD ± 15° S
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STANDARD METALARC & METALARC PRO-TECH® (OPEN FIXTURE RATED)
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
175
E26 Med
64479
M175/U/MED
M57/E
20 Clear
Universal E
10000V 14400V 9300
7500H 12800H
65 4000 2
64480
M175/C/U/MED
M57/E
20 Coated Universal E
10000V 13000V 8400
7500H 11080H
70 3600 2
64733
MP175/BU-ONLY/MED
M57/O
20 Clear
BU ± 15° O
10000
64471
M175/U
M57/E
6
Clear
Universal E
10000V 14400V 9300
7500H 12800H
65 4200 2
64472
M175/C/U
M57/E
6
Coated Universal E
10000V 14000V 8400
7500H 12000H
70 3800 2
64473
M175/3K/BU-ONLY
M57/E
6
Coated BU ± 15° E
10000
11800
7600
70 3200 2
64773
MP175/BU-ONLY
M57/O
6
Clear
BU ± 15° O
10000
14400
10200
65 4000 11
64774
MP175/C/BU-ONLY
M57/O
6
Coated BU ± 15° O
10000
12800
7800
70 3800 11
E17
BT28
E39 Mogul
EX39 Excl
Mogul
250
10800
65 3600 11
ET18
E39 Mogul
64474
M250/U/ET18
M58/E
10 Clear
Universal E
10000
22000V 17500V 65 4000 2
20000H 13500H
BT28
E39 Mogul
64457
M250/U
M58/E
6
Clear
Universal E
10000
22000V 17000V 65 4200 2
20000H 14100H
64458
M250/C/U
M58/E
6
Coated Universal E
10000
21500V 17000V 70 3800 2
19500H 14000H
64475
M250/3K/BU-ONLY
M58/E
6
Coated BU ± 15° E
10000
17500
13000
70 3200 2
64404
MP250/BU-ONLY
M58/O
6
Clear
BU ± 15° O
10000
23000
17000
65 4000 11
64405
MP250/C/BU-ONLY
M58/O
6
Coated BU ± 15° O
10000
20000
14350
70 3800 11
64575
M400/U/ET18
M59/E
10 Clear
EX39 Excl
Mogul
400
14400
ET18
E39 Mogul
Universal E
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20000V 36000V 23400V 65 4000 2
15000H 33000H 21500H
Note: LCL = 6 1/8 in; MOL = 9 3/4 in
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BT28
BT37
BT56
T (RSC base)
METALARC® METAL HALIDE
STANDARD METALARC & METALARC PRO-TECH® (OPEN FIXTURE RATED)
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
400
E39 Mogul
64488
M400/U/BT28
M59/E
6
Clear
Universal E
20000V 36000V 23500V 65 4000 2
15000H 32000H 20500H
64489
M400/C/U/BT28
M59/E
6
Coated Universal E
20000V 36000V 22500V 70 3600 2
15000H 32000H 20500H
64490
M400/U
M59/S
6
Clear
Universal S
20000V 36000V 23500V 65 4000 20,26
15000H 32000H 20500H
64492
M400/C/U
M59/S
6
Coated Universal S
20000V 36000V 22500V 70 3700 20,26
15000H 32000H 20500H
64705
MP400/BU-ONLY
M59/O
6
Clear
BU ± 15° O
20000
40000
26000
65 3600 11
64706
MP400/C/BU-ONLY
M59/O
6
Coated BU ± 15° O
20000
38500
25000
70 3400 11
64717
MP400/BD-ONLY
M59/O
6
Clear
BD ± 15° O
20000
40000
26000
65 3600 11
BT28
BT37
E39 Mogul
EX39 Excl
Mogul
1000
BT37
E39 Mogul
64469
M1000/U/BT37
M47/E
6
Clear
Universal E
15000V 110000V 93500V 65 3800 2
9000H 107800H86300H
BT56
E39 Mogul
64468
M1000/U
M47/S
6
Clear
Universal S
18000V 110000V 86000V 65 4000 20
12000H 107800H86300H
64470
M1000/C/U
M47/S
6
Coated Universal S
18000V 107000V 80000
12000H 101600H
70 3400 20
64714
MP1000/BU-ONLY
M47/O
6
Clear
BU ± 15° O
12000
107000 85500
65 3500 11
64716
MP1000/C/BU-ONLY
M47/O
6
Coated BU ± 15° O
12000
100000 80000
70 3200 11
64431
M1500/BU-HOR
M48/E
6
Clear
BU-HOR
E
3000
170000V 140000V 70 4000 2,28
153000H127400H
64432
M1500/BD
M48/E
6
Clear
BD ± 15° E
3000
167000 140000 70 4000 2
EX39 Excl
Mogul
1500
BT56
E39 Mogul
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H
I
D
METALARC BRITELINE
Double-Ended – Enclosed Fixtures Only
6
Watts Bulb
1500
2000
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
ANSI
Code
Avg
Arc
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Length Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life(hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) (in)
Footnotes
T7
RX7S RRSC 66619
M1500T7/DE
TBD
10 Clear
HOR ± 4° F
3000
150000 127500 65 4200 6.71
29,30,31,32
T8
Cer #8-10
Spade
66632
M1500T8/DE
M133/F
10 Clear
HOR ± 4° F
6000
150000 120000 65 4200 4.3
29,31,32
T8
RX7S RRSC 66627
M2000T8/DE
TBD
10 Clear
HOR ± 4° F
3000
200000 170000 65 4000 7.09
29,30,31,32
T9
Cer #8-10
Spade
M2000T9/DE
M134/F
10 Clear
HOR ± 4° F
3000
200000 170000 65 4200 4.25
29,31,32
66631
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METALARC SAFELINE®
Self-Extinguishing
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
400
E39 Mogul
64707
MT400/BU-ONLY
M59/S
6
Clear
BU ± 15° S
20000
36000
22000
60 4500 20,33
64709
MT400/C/BU-ONLY
M59/S
6
Coated BU ± 15° S
20000
35000
20600
65 4100 20,33
BT37
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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T (RSC base)
T (Fc2 base)
T (G12 base)
T (Mog base)
R30/R40
HQI® METAL HALIDE (COMPACT, HIGH CRI, QUARTZ)
HQI DOUBLE-ENDED (ENCLOSED FIXTURES)
4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
70
R7S RSC
64364
T6
HQI-DE70/WDX-E
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Electronic
12 Clear
HOR ± 45° E
10000
6000
4900
85 3000
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2,5,30,
34
150
H
I
D
250
T7
T9.5
R7S RSC
FC2
64362
HQI-DE70/NDX
M85/E
12 Clear
HOR ± 45° E
8000
5500
3800
81 4000
2,5
64360
HQI-DE70/WDX
M85/E
12 Clear
HOR ± 45° E
10000
4700
4300
80 3000
2,5
64366
HQI-DE150/WDX
M81/E
12 Clear
HOR ± 45° E
10000
11000
9000
81 3000
2,5
64368
HQI-DE150/NDX
M81/E
12 Clear
HOR ± 45° E
10000
11250
9500
85 4200
2,5
64374
HQI-DE250/NDX
M80/E
12 Clear
HOR ± 45° E
10000
20000
16000
85 4200
2,5
64378
HQI-DE250/DX
M80/E
12 Clear
HOR ± 45° E
10000
20000
15500
93 5000
2,5
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
HQI SINGLE-ENDED (ENCLOSED FIXTURES)
4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
150
T7.5
G12
64342
HQI-SE 150/NDX
M81/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
12500
8900
85 4200
2,5
250
T14.5
E40 Mogul
64350
HQI-SE250/DX
S50/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
19000
16000
90 5200
2,5,35
400
BT
E40 Mogul
64352
HQI-SE400/DX
S51/E
12 Clear
Universal E
9000
33000
24000
90 5200
2,5,35
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HQI FIBER-OPTIC INTEGRATED DICHROIC REFLECTOR (ENCLOSED FIXTURES)
7
Watts Bulb
Base
150
2 Pin
Connector
R30
Product
Number
64339
Ordering Abbreviation
ANSI
Code
Pkg
Qty
Lamp
Finish
Operating Fix
Position
Req
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
Approx
Lumens
(initial) CRI
CCT
(K)
HQI-R150/NDX/FO
M81/E
12
Clear
HOR
9000
11000
4200
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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E
85
Symbols &
Footnotes
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GUIDE TO HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM LAMPS
DOME MOUNT SUPPORT
HERMETIC
END SEAL
STEEL
FRAME
ALUMINA ARC-TUBE
WEATHER RESISTANT
GLASS ENVELOPE
VACUUM
RESIDUE GAS GETTER
BRASS DATE
RECORDING BASE
High Pressure Sodium lamps are one of the most efficient HID sources available today. These lamps are used for general lighting applications where high
efficiency and long life are desired while color rendering is not critical. Typical
applications include street lighting, parking lot lighting, building floodlighting
and general area lighting.
LUMALUX PLUS® / ECO® — These environmentally friendlier lamps are
designed with lead-free, welded mogul bases and they contain significantly
less Mercury than standard high pressure sodium lamps. They will not cycle
at the end of life and are rated for 30,000 hours life. All lamps operate on
existing high pressure sodium ballasts and pass the existing Federal TCLP limits.*
LUMALUX® MERCURY-FREE / ECO — Lumalux Mercury-free lamps incorporate the latest technology to eliminate both mercury and lead allowing them to
pass the Federal TCLP test.* These lamps provide premium Lumalux performance and operate on existing high pressure sodium ballasts.
LUMALUX AND LUMALUX / ECO — Available in a broad range of wattages, in
both clear and coated configurations, Lumalux and Lumalux / ECO lamps are
ideal for a variety of applications. Lumalux medium based lamps are available
in wattages ranging from 35-150 watts while mogul based lamps are offered in
50-1000 watts. The mogul based Lumalux / ECO lamps operate on standard
high pressure sodium ballasts and pass the Federal TCLP test.*
LUMALUX STANDBY — These lamps are designed with two arc tubes to provide instant restrike capability in the event of a momentary
power interruption. With almost twice the life of standard high pressure sodium lamps, Lumalux Standby lamps are a great way to reduce
maintenance costs.
UNALUX® — These high pressure sodium retrofit lamps are designed to operate on all Mercury reactor ballasts when increased light and
reduced energy is desired.
SOX — These energy efficient low pressure sodium lamps emit a characteristic yellow light that is ideal for certain exterior street and area
lighting.
* based on NEMA LL Series Standards
WARNING
LUMALUX, LUMALUX / ECO, LUMALUX PLUS / ECO, AND LUMALUX STANDBY LAMPS
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
OPERATE WITH COMPATIBLE BALLAST AND FIXTURE ONLY:
This lamp must be operated in a fixture and ballast which has an ANSI designation identical to that found on the lamp outer glass bulb, otherwise the lamp may
rupture resulting in the discharge of hot particles.
II. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD:
Do not remove or insert lamp when power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and remove lamp after it has cooled.
III. INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
See catalog for specific operating parameters.
1. A specially designed socket which is electrically rated to withstand a 4000 volt pulse is required for all High Pressure Sodium lamps except for the 750 and
1000 watt lamps which require a socket rated to withstand a 5000 volt pulse.
2. These lamps have a vacuum jacket and may implode if broken. For added safety, wear safety glasses and gloves when installing or removing bulbs.
3. To avoid burn injury, allow lamp to cool before removing from fixture.
4. Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
5. Replace lamps at or before end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
6. Never install it into an ordinary household socket.
7. This lamp may be operated in any position.
IV. PROPER CARE AND MAINTENANCE:
To reduce the possibility of a rupture and premature lamp failure:
1. Do not use with luminaires which would cause an excessive increase in arc-tube operating voltage.
2. Do not expose operating lamp to moisture.
3. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb has been scratched, cracked, or damaged in any way.
4. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer glass bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
V. BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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WARNING
UNALUX®
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
OPERATE WITH COMPATIBLE BALLAST AND FIXTURE ONLY:
This lamp will operate safely and perform satisfactorily only when used with conventional high leakage reactance lag type auto-transformer or reactor mercury
ballasts as indicated in the table below, otherwise the lamp may rupture resulting in the discharge of hot particles.
Mercury Lamp
Wattage
175
250
400
1000
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ANSI Mercury
Ballast No.
H39
H37
H33
H36
Sodium Replacement
Lamp Type
150
215
360
880
TO AVOID PREMATURE LAMP FAILURE, DO NOT USE WITH CW OR CWA BALLASTS.
II. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD:
Do not remove or insert lamp when power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power iammediately and remove lamp after it has cooled.
III. INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
See catalog for specific operating parameters.
1. These lamps have a vacuum jacket and may implode if broken. For added safety, wear safety glasses and gloves when installing or removing lamps.
2. To avoid burn injury, allow lamp to cool before removing from fixture.
3. Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
4. Replace lamp at or before the end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
5. This lamp may be operated in any position.
IV. PROPER CARE AND MAINTENANCE:
To reduce the possibility of a rupture and premature lamp failure:
1. Do not use with luminaires which would cause an excessive increase in arc-tube operating voltage.
2. Do not expose operating lamp to moisture.
3. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb has been scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
4. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer glass bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
V.
BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
WARNING
LUMALUX® Double-Ended Quartz Jacketed Lamps
I.
ANSI LUMINAIRE Code F
ENCLOSED FIXTURE with UV
Filter and lens interlock required
OPERATE WITH COMPATIBLE BALLAST AND FIXTURE ONLY: This lamp must be operated in a fixture and ballast which has an ANSI designation identical to
that found on the lamp outer glass bulb.
II. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION HAZARD: THIS LAMP EMITS ULTRAVIOLET (UV) POWER DURING OPERATION AND IS IN RISK GROUP 2 PER ANSI-IESNA Rp-27.396. THIS LAMP CAN CAUSE SERIOUS SKIN BURN AND EYE INJURY FROM SHORTWAVE ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION. IT MUST BE OPERATED IN AN ENCLOSED
FIXTURE WHICH FILTERS OUT THE HARMFUL SHORTWAVE ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION. IF YOU ARE UNCERTAIN, CONTACT YOUR FIXTURE MANUFACTURER.
A power interlock device is required to automatically turn off the lamp if the fixture assembly is opened. It is strongly recommended that a power interlock device
also turn off power to the lamp if the fixture lens is broken. If the fixture lens breaks and the lamp remains on, turn off power immediately and repair before reenergizing.
This lamp is to be used ONLY in a fixture specifically designed for use with this lamp and recommended for its use by the equipment manufacturer.
III. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp while power is on. Allow lamp to cool before removing.
IV. LAMP INSTALLATION AND FIXTURE: Do not remove lamp from package until ready for use and then handle only with clean cotton gloves. If lamp is handled,
fingerprints, grease or oils may be removed from the bulb by wiping with alcohol. This will remove materials which cause whitish spotting (devitrification) and
premature lamp failure. Dry lamp carefully with clean cotton cloth.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Install lamp without undue pressure.
Ensure that lamp electrical connections are secure and nothing is touching bulb.
All seal gaskets and wire insulation must be shielded from the UV radiation produced by this lamp.
Fixture wiring must have a temperature rating of 250° C and a minimum voltage rating of 600 V RMS.
Never install it into a fixture designed for use with tungsten halogen lamps.
Do not expose operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet or snow).
Replace lamp if outer glass bulb has been scratched, cracked, or damaged in any way.
V. BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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WARNING
SOX LAMPS
I.
BURNS AND FIRE HAZARD:
Sox lamps contain a quantity of sodium which may heat from a reaction with moisture in the air or on the skin if a lamp is broken. Hot sodium will burn spontaneously when exposed to the air. Sodium lamps must be packed, shipped, and stored in the wrapping provided to reduce the risk of breakage.
II. IMPLOSION HAZARD:
Always wear safely glasses when handling lamp. Low pressure sodium lamps are made of glass and are evacuated and could therefore implode if damaged or
handled incorrectly. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb has been scratched, cracked, or damaged in any way. To reduce the possibility of a lamp cracking or breaking, do not expose operating lamp to rain, snow, or water.
III. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD:
Do not remove or insert lamp when power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and remove lamp after it has cooled.
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IV. OPERATE WITH COMPATIBLE BALLAST AND FIXTURE ONLY:
This lamp must be operated in a fixture and ballast which was specifically designed for use with this lamp.
V. INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
1. When operated in other than the base up orientation, single-based "SOX" lamps of from 35 watts to 180 watts must be supported at the end opposite to the
base in such a way as to allow for thermal expansion and contraction along the lamp axis.
2. Install lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
3. For maximum system performance, replace lamp at or before end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
4. Only operate lamps in designated operating positions. (See catalog for illustration.)
VI. LAMP DISPOSAL:
To avoid the risk of personal injury or property damage from sodium reaction when disposing of spent lamps, the following procedure should be followed:
1. Before commencing, operator must be outfitted with appropriate OSHA-approved face mask, gloves and apron.
2. Place no more than 20 lamp(s) in a large, dry container. (Do not exceed one-quarter of the container height.)
3. Break lamp(s) into small pieces inside the container in a dry atmosphere and in a well ventilated area.
4. From a safe distance, carefully pour enough tap water into container to cover all materials.
5. After a few minutes, the reaction of the sodium with the large quantity of water will produce a mild sodium hydroxide solution which may be disposed of in
accordance with applicable federal, state and local regulations.
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ET23.5, BT28
ET18
E17
LUMALUX® HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
LUMALUX PLUS/ECO
Non-Cycling, Environmentally Friendlier
4
H
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ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
|
|
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Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
50
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67607
LU50/PLUS/ECO
S68
20 Clear
Universal O
30000
4000
3600
22 1900
10,15,36
70
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67497
LU70/PLUS/ECO
S62
20 Clear
Universal O
30000
6300
5600
22 1900
10,15,36
100
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67559
LU100/PLUS/ECO
S54
20 Clear
Universal O
30000
9800
8550
22 2100
10,15,36
150
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67494
LU150/55/PLUS/ECO
S55
20 Clear
Universal O
30000
16000
14400
22 2100
10,15,36,
37,38
200
ET18
E39 Mogul
67495
LU200/PLUS/ECO
S66
20 Clear
Universal O
30000
22000
19800
22 2100
10,15,36
250
ET18
E39 Mogul
67572
LU250/PLUS/ECO
S50
20 Clear
Universal O
30000
29000
26100
22 2100
10,15,36
310
ET18
E39 Mogul
67660
LU310/PLUS/ECO
S67
20 Clear
Universal O
30000
37000
33300
22 2100
10,15,36
400
ET18
E39 Mogul
67312
LU400/PLUS/ECO
S51
20 Clear
Universal O
30000
50000
45000
22 2100
10,15,36
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
LUMALUX HGF/ECO®
Mercury Free, Environmentally Friendlier
4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
70
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67565
LU70/HgF/ECO
S62
20 Clear
Universal O
24000
6000
5100
22 2150
10,15
100
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67558
LU100/HgF/ECO
S54
20 Clear
Universal O
24000
9500
8500
22 2150
10,15
150
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67566
LU150/55/HgF/ECO
S55
20 Clear
Universal O
24000
15500
13200
22 2200
|
|
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10,15,37,
38
LUMALUX STANDARD & LUMALUX ECO®
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
35
E17
E26 Med
67500
LU35/MED
S76
20 Clear
Universal O
16000+
2250
2050
22 1900 10,39
67501
LU35/D/MED
S76
20 Coated Universal O
16000+
2100
1935
22 1900 10,39
50
E17
E26 Med
67502
LU50/MED
S68
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
4000
3600
22 1900 10,39
67503
LU50/D/MED
S68
20 Coated Universal O
24000+
3700
3420
22 1900 10,39
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67510
LU50/ECO
S68
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
4000
3600
22 1900
67511
LU50/D
S68
20 Coated Universal O
24000+
3700
3420
22 1900 10,39
E17
E26 Med
67504
LU70/MED
S62
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
6300
5350
22 1900 10,39
67505
LU70/D/MED
S62
20 Coated Universal O
24000+
5800
4900
22 1900 10,39
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67512
LU70/ECO
S62
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
6300
5500
22 1900
67513
LU70/D
S62
20 Coated Universal O
24000+
5500
4900
22 1900 10,39
E17
E26 Med
67506
LU100/MED
S54
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
9500
8000
22 2100 10,39
67507
LU100/D/MED
S54
20 Coated Universal O
24000+
8800
7500
22 2100 10,39
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67514
LU100/ECO
S54
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
9500
8000
22 2100
67515
LU100/D
E17
E26 Med
70
100
150
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
10,15,39
10,15,39
10,15,39
S54
20 Coated Universal O
24000+
8800
7500
22 2100 10,39
67508 LU150/55/MED
Note: LCL = 3 7/16 in; MOL = 5 11/16 in
S55
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
15800
13400
22 2100 10,37,38,39
67509 LU150/55/D/MED
Note: LCL = 3 7/16 in; MOL = 5 11/16 in
S55
20 Coated Universal O
24000+
14500
12300
22 2100 10,37,38,39
67516
S55
20 Clear
24000+
16000
13800
22 2100
LU150/55/ECO
Universal O
|
|
|
10,15,37,
39
BT28
E39 Mogul
67517
LU150/55/D
S55
20 Coated Universal O
24000+
14000
12500
22 2100 10,37,39
67518
LU150/100
S56
10 Clear
24000+
15700
14100
22 2100 10,39,40
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 93-94
ET18
BT28, ET23.5
BT37
T (Mog base)
E25
T (RSC base)
LUMALUX® HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
LUMALUX STANDARD & LUMALUX ECO®
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
200
ET18
E39 Mogul
67576
LU200/ECO
S66
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
22000
19800
22 2100
250
BT28
E39 Mogul
67521
LU250/D
S50
10 Coated Universal O
24000+
26000
23400
22 2100 10,39
10,15,39
ET18
E39 Mogul
67578
LU250/ECO
S50
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
29000
26100
22 2100
10,15,39
310
ET18
E39 Mogul
67580
LU310/ECO
S67
20 Clear
Universal O
24000+
37000
33300
22 2100
10,15,39
400
BT37
E39 Mogul
67524
LU400/D
S51
10 Coated Universal O
24000+
47500
40000
21 2100 10,39
ET18
E39 Mogul
67533
LU400/ECO
S51
20 Clear
24000+
50000
45000
22 2100
600
T16
E39 Mogul
67610
LU600 SUPER
S106
12 Clear
Universal O
24000
90000
81000
750
BT37
E39 Mogul
67547 LU750
Note: LCL = 6 7/8 in; MOL = 11 1/2 in
S111
6
Clear
Universal O
24000+
105000 94500
1000
E25
E39 Mogul
67307
S52
6
Clear
Universal O
24000+
130000 124000 22 2100 39,41
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
LU1000
Universal O
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I
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10,15,39
22 2200 41
22 2100 39,41
LUMALUX STANDBY
Dual Arc Tube, Long Life
4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
70
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67540
LU70/SBY
S62
20 Clear
Universal O
40000
6050
4950
22 1900 10,42
100
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67542
LU100/SBY
S54
20 Clear
Universal O
40000
9500
7600
22 2100 10,42
150
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
67544
LU150/55/SBY
S55
20 Clear
Universal O
40000
15700
12100
22 2100 10,37,38,42
200
ET18
E39 Mogul
67586
LU200/100/SBY
S66
20 Clear
Universal O
40000
21500
18000
22 2100 10,42
250
ET18
E39 Mogul
67582
LU250/SBY
S50
20 Clear
Universal O
40000
27500
23200
22 2100 10,42
400
ET18
E39 Mogul
67584
LU400/SBY
S51
20 Clear
Universal O
40000
47500
40000
22 2100 10,42
1000
E25
E39 Mogul
67543
LU1000/SBY
S52
6
Universal O
24000+
127000 115000 22 2100 39,41
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Clear
|
|
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UNALUX®
High Pressure Sodium Retrofit for Mercury
4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
150
BT28
E39 Mogul
67528
ULX150
S63
10 Clear
Universal O
24000
11800
10600
20 1800 43
215
BT28
E39 Mogul
67530
ULX215
S65
10 Clear
Universal O
16000
20000
17000
20 2000 43
360
BT37
E39 Mogul
67531
ULX360
S64
32800
880
E25
E39 Mogul
67318 ULX880
Note: LCL = 9 1/2 in; MOL = 15 1/16 in
10 Clear
Universal O
16000
36500
6
Universal O
12000
101000 91000
Clear
|
|
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20 2060 43
20 2100 43,44
SPECIALTY
4
ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
400
T7
RX7S RRSC
67527
LU400T7/RSC
S51
10 Clear
HOR
E
24000
46000
41400
21 2100 2,10
T14.5
E40 Mogul
67711
400W PLANTASTAR
S51
12 Clear
Universal O
16000
55000
50000
22 2000 41,45
600
T14.5
E40 Mogul
67712
600W PLANTASTAR
S106
12 Clear
Universal O
16000
90000
81000
22 2000 41,45
1000
E25
E39 Mogul
67314
LU1000/PLANTASTAR
S52
6
Universal O
24000
130000 124000 22 2100 41
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T (BY22D base)
SOX LOW PRESSURE SODIUM
8
H
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ANSI
Code
Pkg
Qty
Lamp
Finish
Operating
Position
Fix
Req
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
Approx
Lumens
(initial)
CCT
(K)
MOL
(in)
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
18
T17
BY22D
69510
SOX18
L69
12
Clear
BU ± 110°
E
16000
1800
1800
8.5
35
T17
BY22D
69511
SOX35
L70
12
Clear
BU ± 110°
E
16000
4500
1800
12.24
55
T17
BY22D
69512
SOX55
L71
12
Clear
BU ± 110°
E
16000
7300
1800
16.73
90
T21
BY22D
69513
SOX90
L72
12
Clear
HOR ± 20° E
16000
13500
1800
20.79
135
T21
BY22D
69514
SOX135
L73
12
Clear
HOR ± 20° E
16000
22000
1800
30.51
180
T21
BY22D
69515
SOX180
L74RF
9
Clear
HOR ± 20° E
16000
30000
1800
44.1
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Footnotes
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GUIDE TO MERCURY VAPOR LAMPS
OSRAM SYLVANIA Mercury lamps are designed primarily for use in general lighting applications where good efficiency and long life are desired while color rendering requirements are moderate. Applications include street lighting, industrial
hi-bay, parking lot lighting, and general flood-lighting.
STANDARD MERCURY — Available in a wide range of lamp types from 40-1000
watts, in both clear and coated configurations, Mercury vapor lamps are ideal for
a variety of lighting applications. PAR lamps offer floodlighting and ultra-violet
spectra for special lighting applications.
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MERCURY SAFELINE® — Designed to self extinguish when the outer bulb is broken, Mercury Safeline lamps are recommended for use in fixtures installed in
sports facilities and other places of public assembly where lamps may be subject
to breakage by external objects.
WARNING
STANDARD MERCURY “R” LAMPS
I.
RUPTURE RISKS: This Mercury lamp is constructed of an outer glass bulb with an internal arc-tube made of quartz. Mercury arc-tubes operate at high pressure
and at very high temperatures and can unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication. An arc-tube rupture can burst and shatter the outer glass bulb resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and extremely hot quartz particles. In the event of such rupture,
THERE IS A RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
TO REDUCE THESE RISKS:
1. Only operate lamp with compatible ballast and fixture. (See catalog for specific information.)
2. Fixture lens/diffuser material must be able to contain hot lamp fragments (as high as 1832˚F, 1000˚C). If you are uncertain, contact your fixture
manufacturer.
3. Never expose an operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet, or snow).
4. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
5. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
6. Replace lamp at or before the end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
II.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp when power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and
remove lamp after it has cooled.
III. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION EXPOSURE:
WARNING: THIS LAMP CAN CAUSE SERIOUS SKIN BURN AND EYE INFLAMMATION FROM SHORT WAVE ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION IF OUTER
ENVELOPE OF THE LAMP IS BROKEN OR PUNCTURED. DO NOT USE WHERE PEOPLE WILL REMAIN FOR MORE THAN A FEW MINUTES
UNLESS ADEQUATE SHIELDING OR OTHER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ARE USED. LAMPS THAT WILL AUTOMATICALLY EXTINGUISH WHEN THE
OUTER ENVELOPE IS BROKEN OR PUNCTURED ARE COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE.
THIS PRODUCT CONFORMS TO THE FOLLOWING FEDERAL REGULATIONS:
U.S.A.: 21 CFR 1040.30
CANADA: SOR/80-381
IV. INSTALLATION:
1. Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
2. To avoid damaging a lamp, never install it into an ordinary household socket.
3. This lamp may be operated in any position.
V.
BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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WARNING
MERCURY SAFELINE®
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
RUPTURE RISKS: This Mercury lamp is constructed of an outer glass bulb with an internal arc-tube made of quartz. Mercury arc-tubes operate at high pressure
and at very high temperatures and can unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication. An arc-tube rupture can burst and shatter the outer glass bulb resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and extremely hot quartz particles. In the event of such rupture,
THERE IS A RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
TO REDUCE THESE RISKS:
1. Only operate lamp with compatible ballast and fixture. (See catalog for specific information.)
2. Fixture lens/diffuser material must be able to contain hot lamp fragments (as high as 1832˚F, 1000˚C). If you are undertain, contact your fixture
manufacturer.
3. Never expose an operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet, or snow).
4. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
5. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
6. Replace lamp at or before the end of rated life. (See catalog for rated life.)
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II.
ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp when power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and
remove lamp after it has cooled.
III. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION EXPOSURE:
WARNING: This lamp should self-extinguish within 15 minutes after the outer envelope is broken or punctured. If such damage occurs, TURN OFF AND REMOVE
LAMP to avoid possible injury from hazardous shortwave ultraviolet radiation.
THIS PRODUCT CONFORMS TO THE FOLLOWING FEDERAL REGULATIONS:
U.S.A.: 21 CFR 1040.30
CANADA: SOR/80-381
IV. INSTALLATION:
1. Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
2. To avoid damaging a lamp, never install it into an ordinary household socket.
3. This lamp may be operated in any position.
V.
BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 93-94
E17
ET23.5, BT28
PAR38
R30/R40
T (Mog base)
BT56
BT37
MERCURY
MERCURY STANDARD
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Product
ANSI
Number Ordering Abbreviation Code
Avg
Arc
Pkg Beam Beam Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Length Symbols &
Qty Type Angle Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) (in) Footnotes
Watts Bulb
Base
40
E17
E26 Med
69400 H45/46DL-40/50/DX
H45/H46 20
Note: LCL = 3 1/8 in; MOL = 5 1/8 in
Coated Universal
24000+ 1580
1300
45 4000
39,46,47
75
E17
E26 Med
69402
H43AV-75/DX
H43
20
Coated Universal
24000+ 2700
1800
45 4300
39,47
100
E17
E26 Med
69403
H38AV-100/DX
H38
20
Coated Universal
24000+ 4000
3560
45 4000
39,47
ET23.5
E39 Mogul
69407
H38HT-100
H38
20
Clear Universal
24000+ 4000
3000
22 5900
39,47
69408
H38JA-100/DX
H38
20
Coated Universal
24000+ 4100
3300
45 4000
39,47
AD Med Skt 68843
H44GS-100SP
H44
12
SP
8
Universal
16000
2500
1950
20 5900
E26 Med Skt 68846
H44JM-100/MDSKSP H44
12
SP
8
Universal
16000
2500
1950
20 5900
R40
E26 Med
69405
H38BP-100/DX
H38
10
FL
ED28
E39 Mogul
69444
H39KB-175
H39
6
69445
H39KC-175/DX
H39
6
R40
E26 Med
69406
H39BP-175/DX
H39
10
ED28
E39 Mogul
PAR38
175
250
400
1000
ED37
E39 Mogul
FL
Coated Universal
24000+ 2500
2000
45 4000
39,47
Clear Universal
24000+ 7700
7150
22 5900
39,47
Coated Universal
24000+ 8400
6800
45 4000
39,47
Coated Universal
24000+ 5100
4100
45 4000
39,47
69447
H37KB-250
H37
6
Clear Universal
24000+ 11600
10800 22 5900
39,47
69448
H37KC-250/DX
H37
6
Coated Universal
24000+ 12500
10000 45 4000
39,47
69449
H33CD-400
H33
6
Clear Universal
24000+ 20000
18700 22 5900
39,47
69450
H33GL-400/DX
H33
6
Coated Universal
24000+ 23000
16200 43 4000
39,47
T16
E39 Mogul
68893
H33AR-400
H33
6
Clear Universal
12000
19500
16500 16 5900
47
BT56
E39 Mogul
69332
H34GW-1000/DX
H34
6
Coated Universal
16000+ 55000
44000 45 4000
39,47,48
69307
H36GV-1000
H36
6
Clear Universal
24000+ 55200
50000 22 5900
39,47,48
69331
H36GW-1000/DX
H36
6
Coated Universal
24000+ 58000
48500 45 4000
39,47,48
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MERCURY SAFELINE®
Self-Extinguishing
4
Watts Bulb
Base
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
400
E39 Mogul
69451
BT37
H33GL-T400/DX
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ANSI
Code
Avg
Pkg Lamp Operating Fix Rated
Approx Lumens
CCT Symbols &
Qty Finish Position Req Life (hrs) (initial) (mean) CRI (K) Footnotes
H33
6
Coated Universal
24000+
19800
16000
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89
GUIDE TO REPROGRAPHIC / PHOTOCHEMICAL LAMPS
OSRAM SYLVANIA reprographic and
TUNGSTEN
ELECTRODES photochemical lamps are designed for applications
other than general lighting. These applications
include: plate making, photo resist exposure,
imaging and other requiring the use of ultraviolet
energy.
QUARTZ BULB
MOLYBDENUM
FOIL
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BASE
UNJACKETED REPROGRAPHIC / PHOTOCHEMICAL, F-TYPE LAMP
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
RUPTURE RISKS: This High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamp is constructed with a quartz arc-tube which operates at high pressure and at very high temperatures.
The arc-tube can unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and extremely hot particles. In the event of such rupture, THERE IS A RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
TO REDUCE THESE RISKS:
1. Only operate lamp in an enclosed fixture with a lens/diffuser material able to contain hot lamp fragments (up to 2012°F, 1100°C). If you are uncertain,
contact your fixture manufacturer.
2. Only operate lamp with compatible ballast (including capacitor and ignitor) and fixture.
3. Only operate lamp in horizontal position (Maximum deviation from horizontal is 15°).
4. Lamp must be turned off for a minimum of fifteen minutes at least once a week.
5. Never expose an operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet or snow).
6. Replace lamp if bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
7. Keep all metals at least 3 inches from the body of the arc-tube to avoid glass decomposition.
8. Do not operate lamps when output radiation falls below 75% of its initial value.
II. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION HAZARD: THIS LAMP EMITS ULTRAVIOLET (UV) POWER DURING OPERATION AND IS IN RISK GROUP 3 PER ANSI-IESNA Rp-27.396. THIS LAMP CAN CAUSE SERIOUS SKIN BURN AND EYE INFLAMMATION FROM SHORTWAVE ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION. KEEP OUT OF DIRECT OR INDIRECT LIGHT DURING OPERATION UNLESS APPROPRIATE EYE AND SKIN PROTECTION IS WORN. A POWER INTERLOCK DEVICE IS RECOMMENDED TO AUTOMATICALLY TURN OFF THE LAMP IF THE FIXTURE ASSEMBLY IS OPENED.
DUE TO THE ULTRAVIOLET HAZARD, THIS LAMP IS TO BE USED ONLY IN EQUIPMENT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR USE WITH THIS LAMP AND RECOMMENDED FOR ITS USE BY THE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER.
III. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp while power is on. Allow lamp to cool before removing.
IV. LAMP INSTALLATION AND FIXTURE: Do not remove lamp from package until ready for use and then handle only with clean cotton gloves. If lamp is handled,
fingerprints, grease or oils may be removed from the bulb by wiping with alcohol. This will remove materials which cause whitish spotting (devitrification) and
premature lamp failure. Dry lamp carefully with clean cotton cloth.
1. Install lamps without undue pressure.
2. Ensure that lamp electrical connections are secure and nothing is touching bulb.
3. The seal base temperature must not exceed 350° C and the bulb wall temperature, as measured in center, must be maintained between 600° C and 700° C.
4. If cooling is required to maintain the seal/base and the bulb wall temperatures of item 3 above, air interlock vane switches are recommended to protect against
fan-motor failure.
5. All seal gaskets and wire insulation must be shielded from the UV radiation produced by this lamp.
6. Fixture wiring must have a temperature rating of 250° C and a minimum voltage rating of 600V RMS for lamps of less than 1000 watts and 1500V RMS for
lamps of 1000 watts or greater.
7. For maximum performance, all double-ended lamps must be operated with the arc-tube tip up.
V.
BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
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JACKETED REPROGRAPHIC / PHOTOCHEMICAL, E-TYPE LAMP
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE COMPLIED WITH TO AVOID RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND POOR LAMP PERFORMANCE.
I.
RUPTURE RISKS: This High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamp is constructed with a quartz arc-tube which operates at high pressure and at very high temperatures.
The arc-tube can unexpectedly rupture due to internal causes or external factors such as a ballast failure or misapplication. An arc-tube rupture can burst and
shatter the outer glass bulb resulting in the discharge of glass fragments and extremely hot particles. In the event of such rupture, THERE IS A RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, BURNS AND FIRE.
TO REDUCE THESE RISKS:
1. Only operate lamp in an enclosed fixture with a lens/diffuser material able to contain hot lamp fragments (up to 2012°F, 1100°C). If you are uncertain,
contact your fixture manufacturer.
2. Only operate lamp with compatible ballast (including capacitor and ignitor) and fixture.
3. Only operate lamp in horizontal position. (Maximum deviation from horizontal is 15°).
4. Lamp must be turned off for a minimum of fifteen minutes at least once a week.
5. Never expose operating lamp to moisture (such as rain, sleet or snow).
6. Replace lamp if outer glass bulb is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
7. Electrically insulate any metal support in contact with the outer bulb to avoid glass decomposition.
8. Do not operate lamps when output radiation falls below 75% of its initial value.
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II. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION EXPOSURE: THIS LAMP CAN CAUSE SERIOUS SKIN BURN AND EYE INFLAMMATION FROM SHORTWAVE ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION
IF THE OUTER ENVELOPE OF THE LAMP IS BROKEN OR PUNCTURED. DO NOT USE WHERE PEOPLE WILL REMAIN FOR MORE THAN A FEW MINUTES UNLESS
ADEQUATE SHIELDING OR OTHER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ARE USED.
III. ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND BURN HAZARD: Do not remove or insert lamp while power is on. If outer glass bulb is broken, shut off power immediately and
remove lamp after it has cooled.
IV. LAMP INSTALLATION:
1. Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into socket to avoid breakage.
2. Never install the lamp into an ordinary household socket.
V. BROKEN ARC-TUBE: Take care in handling and disposing of this lamp. If arc-tube is broken, avoid skin contact with any of the contents and fragments. See
Product Safety Data Sheet for further details.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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91
T (RSC base)
ET23.5, BT28
ET18
BT37
REPROGRAPHIC / PHOTOCHEMICAL
REPROGRAPHIC
10
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Operating
Position
Fix
Req
MOL
(in)
Arc
Length
(in)
Watts
Bulb
Base
Product
Number
Primary Line(s)
of Emission
Symbols &
Footnotes
400
T5.5
J
66621
MP400T5.5/1.5J
10
HOR ± 15°
F
4.5
1.375
417nm
29,31,49
1200
T5.5
J
66573
MP1200T5.5/6J
10
HOR ± 15°
F
9
6
417nm
29,31,49
3000
T8
J
66562
MP3000T8/6J
10
HOR ± 15°
F
9.375
5.75
417nm
29,31,49
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LAMP & BALLAST SYSTEM
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Product
Watts Number Ordering Abbreviation
ANSI
Code
Ballast
Pkg Product Ballast Voltage
Qty Number (VAC)
Lamp
Circuit Product
Type Number Bulb
100
67621
LU100/ECO LAMP/MULTI-BALLAST KIT
S54
1
47316
120/208/240/
277
CWA 67514 ET23.5
E39 Clear
Mogul
10
150
67629
LU150/55/ECO LAMP/MULTI BALLAST KIT
S55
1
47335
120/208/240/
277
CWA 67516 ET23.5
E39 Clear
Mogul
10
175
64782
M175/U LAMP/SUPER5 BALLAST KIT
M57/E
1
47243
120/208/240/
277/480
CWA 64471 BT28
E39 Clear E
Mogul
2
250
67622
LU250/ECO LAMP/SUPER5 BALLAST KIT
S50
1
47634
120/208/240/
277/480
CWA 67578 ET18
E39 Clear
Mogul
10
64784
M250/U LAMP/SUPER5 BALLAST KIT
M58/E
1
47265
120/208/240/
277/480
CWA 64457 BT28
E39 Clear E
Mogul
2
67623
LU400/ECO LAMP/SUPER5 BALLAST KIT
S51
1
47647
120/208/240/
277/480
CWA 67533 ET18
E39 Clear
Mogul
10
64781
M400/U LAMP/SUPER5 BALLAST KIT
M59/S 1
47338
120/208/240/
277/480
CWA 64490 BT37
E39 Clear S
Mogul
20
400
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Lamp Fix Symbols &
Base Finish Req Footnotes
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SYMBOLS & FOOTNOTES FOR HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE (HID) LAMPS
Symbol
Description
New item introduced within the past year.
Item will be discontinued when inventory is depleted.
This ECOLOGIC® lamp was designed to pass the Federal TCLP criteria for classification as non-hazardous waste in most states. Disposal
regulations may vary; check local and state regulations.
This lamp is a High Color Rendering Lamp
Footnote
Description
1
Consult your OSRAM SYLVANIA Lighting Representative for compatible electronic operating systems.
2
E = Lamps classified as E-type are to be used ONLY in suitably enclosed luminaries. See lamp warning.
3
The circuit must include overcurrent protection (I.e. Thermally switched ballast).
4
Lamp requires a nominal Open Circuit Voltage of 230V or higher. Without an ignitor in the circuit minimum OCV is 209Vrms.
5
UV-Stop quartz
6
Lamps may be operated on ANSI M98 Compliant Ballast.
7
Lamps may be operated on ANSI M85 or M98 Compliant ballasts.
8
Lamps may be operated on a M142 Compliant ballast.
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9
Lamps may be operated on ANSI M142 or M81 Compliant ballasts.
10
Use with 4000V pulse rated sockets only.
11
O = Lamps classified as O-type, comply with ANSI standard C78.387 for containment testing and may be used in open luminaries. See lamp
warning.
12
Lamps may be operated on ANSI M140 Compliant Ballast.
13
When operated on ballasts having a sustaining voltage less than 270V, lamp life may be significantly reduced.
14
Beam angle conversion from 30 to 40 degrees in April 2004. Engineering estimate for CBCP is 10000.
15
Passes Federal TCLP test based on NEMA LL Series Standards. TCLP data available upon request. Disposal regulatioins may vary depending
on location. Please check your local and state regulations
16
Lamps with a E26 medium skirt base are not compatible with exclusionary medium sockets.
17
Lamps may be operated on ANSI M132 (320W) Compliant ballasts.
18
Lamps may be operated on ANSI M135 (400W) Compliant ballasts.
19
20,000 average rated life based on 10 hrs/start. 30,000 average rated life based on 120 hrs/start.
20
S = When operated within 15 degrees of vertical, this lamp may be operated in an open luminaire provided the installation is not near people
or flammable or combustible material, otherwise it must be operated in a suitably enclosed luminaire. See lamp warning.
21
When operating on a ballast with a sustaining voltage less than 310V, lamp life may be significantly reduced.
22
Operates at 150W on a 175W M57 ballast or a M107 ballast.
23
Please consult your ballast and fixture manufacturer for compatible systems.
24
Operates at 360 watts on 400w M59 ballast or a M165 ballast.
25
Horizontally oriented lamps require a position oriented mogul (POM) socket to accept position oriented mogul bases.
26
Lamps may be operated M155 or M135 pulse start ballast with a sustaining voltage greater than 270V. Performance will be as rated on a
M59 ballast.
27
Lamps may be operated on ANSI M137 Compliant ballasts.
28
Published rated life based on 5 hours per start. Life rating will increase to 6,000 hours if operated for at least 10 hours per start in the base
position. Lumens will be lower for operating positions other than base up. See lumen tilt factor curve.
29
Use in equipment where gasket material is protected from all lamp radiation.
30
Consult your OSRAM SYLVANIA Lighting Representative for lamp/ballast compatibility.
31
F = Enclosed luminaire with UV filter and lens interlock required. WARNING: This lamp emits ultraviolet radiation which can cause serious
skin burn and eye inflammation. Additionally, this lamp operates under high pressure at very high temperatures. Should the lamp break
there can exist a danger of personal injury and/or fire from the broken lamp particles being discharged. This lamp should only be used in
fully enclosed luminaire with ultraviolet (UV) filter tempered glass lens capable of containing any particles discharges by breakage. Do not
use this lamp if the filter lens is damaged or missing. This lamp should only be used in luminaires equiped with safety interlock lens switches. See lamp warning.
32
For use where seal temperature does not exceed 350˚ C.
33
Lamps must be operated on CW/CWA ballasts only
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SYMBOLS & FOOTNOTES FOR HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE (HID) LAMPS
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Footnote
Description
34
Requires POWERTRONIC Ballast.
35
Requires 3000V minimum pulse.
36
Voltage rise due to fixture effect is to be evaluated using standard lamp types and not LUMALUX PLUS®/ECO® or LUMALUX® MERCURY
FREE/ECO lamp types.
37
55 Volt lamp.
38
LU150/100 and LU150/55 lamps are not interchangeable.
39
Mean lumens measured at 50% of average rated life
40
100 Volt lamp.
41
Use with 5000V pulse rated sockets only.
42
Standby feature not guaranteed beyond 24,000 operating hours.
43
UNALUX® lamps must be operated on mercury lag or reactor ballasts only.
44
The ULX880 lamp should not be used on any circuit other than 480V H36 mercury reactor.
45
Use with 4-5kV ignitor.
46
Operates at 40 watts on H45 ballast, 50 watts on H46 ballast.
47
In general, Horizontal lumen values will be 5-10% lower than the vertical lumen values.
48
H34 and H36 lamps are not interchangeable.
49
Unjacketed reprographical/photochemical lamp.
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94
OSRAM SYLVANIA: THE LEADER IN
ENERGY SAVING FLUORESCENT LAMPS
The fluorescent lamp is an electric discharge device which utilizes a low pressure mercury vapor arc to generate ultra-violet
(plus a little visible) energy. The ultra-violet energy is absorbed by a phosphor coat on the inside of the glass tube
and converted by the phosphor to visible wavelengths; the wavelengths of the light generated are determined by the
composition of the phosphor. In addition to the small amount of mercury vapor, the fluorescent tube contains an
atmosphere of an inert gas, usually argon, krypton, neon, or a mixture of two or more of these gases. The pressure
of the gases contained in the lamp is very low, usually from 2 to 3 torr. Atmospheric pressure is 760 torr.
BULB
PHOSPHOR
CATHODE
EXHAUST TUBE
Usually straight glass tube.
May also be circular or Ushaped.
Coating inside the bulb
transforms ultraviolet radiation into visible light.
Color of light produced
depends on composition
of phosphor.
“Hot cathodes” at each end
of lamp are coated with
emissive materials which
emit electrons. Usually
made of coiled-coil or singlecoil tungsten wire.
Air is exhausted
through this tube during manufacture and
inert gas introduced
into the bulb.
BASE
MERCURY
GAS
STEM PRESS
LEAD-IN WIRES
Several different types
used to connect the
lamp to the electric circuit and to support the
lamp in the lampholder.
A minute quantity of
liquid mercury is
placed in the bulb to
furnish mercury vapor.
Usually argon or a mixture of inert gases at
low pressure. Krypton
is sometimes used.
The lead-in wires have
an air tight seal here
and are made of specific wire to assure about
the same coefficient of
expansion as the glass.
Connect to the base pins
and carry the current to
and from the cathodes
and the mercury arc.
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S
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HOW TO READ PRODUCT INFORMATION - COMPACT FLUORESCENT
Avg
Nominal
MOL
Wattage Bulb (in)
(mm) Base
Product
NEMA Generic
Number Ordering Abbreviation Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
CCT
Life (hrs) (K)
20
29296
6
6000
T4
6.3
160
Med
CF20EL/830/MED
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean
CRI @25°C/77°F
3000 82
1280
Symbols &
Footnotes
1101
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2,21,28,
36,63,64
26
T4
6.8
173
G24D-3
20710
CF26DD/830
CFQ26W/G24D/30
50
10000
3000 82
1800
1548
2,21,28,
34,37
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
32
T4
5.5
140
GX24Q-3 20885
CF32DT/E/IN/835
CFTR32W/GX24Q/35 50
10000
3500 82
2400
2064
2,21,28,
33,35,59
40
T5
22.6
573
2G11
FT40DL/841/RS
FT40W/2G11/RS/41
20000
4100 82
3150
2709
2,21,28
Nominal Wattage
Bulb
Base
MOL
Symbols & Footnotes
Ordering Abbreviation
NEMA Generic
Designation
CCT
CRI
Initial & Mean Lumens
20586
10
Design wattage on reference ballast. Actual wattage dependent on ballast.
Describes the shape of the bulb followed by the bulb’s diameter at its widest point. The diameter value is expressed in eighths
of an inch. Ex. T = Tubular, 4 = 4/8 inch = 1/2 inch. Please see page 103 for bulb illustrations.
Base designations for compact fluorescent lamps are the NEMA designations. Please see page 104 for base illustrations.
Maximum overall length. The actual length of the lamp measured from the bottom of the base to the top outside edge of the
glass. In many cases, the bottom of the base is the bottom of the center post of the base of the lamp.
Most symbols and footnotes that apply to a specific product will appear in this space. The explanations of the symbols and
footnotes are at the end of the fluorescent section.
A text description of the lamp. Please see below for several examples and explanations of some of the codes.
Designation assigned by NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association).
Correlated Color Temperature. The degree of “whiteness” of the light. Expressed in kelvins (K).
Please see page 99 for more information.
Color Rendering Index. A numbering system for rating the relative color rendering quality of a light source compared to
a standard. Please see page 99 for more information.
Initial lumens are measured when the lamp has been operating for 100 hours. Mean lumens are typically measured at
40% of the rated life of the lamp. Compact Fluorescent lamp lumens are measured at 25°C (77°F).
How to Read Ordering Abbreviations
CF26DD/830
CF
Compact Fluorescent
26
Nominal lamp wattage
DD
DULUX Double
8
82 CRI
30
3000K CCT
CF32DT/E/IN/835
CF
Compact Fluorescent
32
Nominal lamp wattage
DT
DULUX Triple
E
Electronic or dimming
operation
IN
Amalgam
8
82 CRI
35
3500K CCT
FT40DL/841/RS
FT
Fluorescent Twin
40
Nominal lamp wattage
DL
DULUX Long
8
82 CRI
41
4100K CCT
RS Rapid Start
CF20EL/830/MED
CF
Compact Fluorescent
20
Nominal lamp wattage
EL
Electronic Lamp
8
82 CRI
30
3000K CCT
MED Medium screw base
DULUX® LAMP FAMILIES
CF... DS = DULUX Single, 2-pin for magnetic operation, ECOLOGIC®
CF... DS/E = DULUX Single, 4-pin for electronic or dimming operation
CF... DD = DULUX Double, 2-pin for magnetic operation, ECOLOGIC
CF... DD/E = DULUX Double, 4-pin for electronic or dimming operation, ECOLOGIC
CF... DT = DULUX Triple, 2-pin for magnetic operation, ECOLOGIC
CF... DT/E = DULUX Triple, 4-pin for electronic or dimming operation, ECOLOGIC
CF... DT/E/IN = DULUX Triple, 4-pin for electronic or dimming operation, amalgam, ECOLOGIC
FT... DL = Fluorescent Twin, DULUX Long, 4-pin
CF... DF = DULUX Flat, 4-pin
CF... EL = DULUX self-ballasted, medium screw base
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
HOW TO READ PRODUCT INFORMATION - FLUORESCENT
Avg
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean
@25°C/77°F Symbols &
(@35˚C/95˚F) Footnotes
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
Med Bipin 21763
FO32/835XP/ECO
30
24000
3500
85
3000
2850
2,21,31,
35,39,60,70
47.78
Med Bipin 24594
F34CW/SS
Formerly F40CW/SS
30
20000
4200
62
2650
2279
2,10,13,
19,21,42
48
45.5
Mini Bipin 20857
FP54/830/HO
40
20000
3000
82
4450
5000
4228
4750
2,21,26,35,59
96
94
Single Pin 29815
F96T12/CW/SS
15
12000
4200
62
5300
4664
2,15,21
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length(in)
MOL
(in)
Base
32
T8
48
47.78
34
T12
48
54
T5
60
T12
Nominal Wattage
Bulb
Base
Nominal Length
MOL
Symbols & Footnotes
Ordering Abbreviation
CCT
CRI
Initial & Mean Lumens
Product
Number
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Design wattage on reference ballast. Actual wattage dependent on ballast.
Describes the shape of the bulb followed by the bulb’s diameter at its widest point. The diameter value is expressed in eighths of
an inch. Ex. T = Tubular, 8 = 8/8 inch = 1 inch. Please see page 103 for bulb illustrations.
Please see page 104 for base illustrations.
The nominal length of linear fluorescent lamps is typically measured from back of lampholder to back of lampholder.
PENTRON® linear lamp, CURVALUME® and Circline lamps are exceptions. The nominal length given for PENTRON linear lamps
is the closest familiar nominal length. CURVALUME lamps are measured from the face of the bases to the outside of the glass
bend. The measurement for Circline lamps is the outside diameter. Values are in inches.
Maximum overall length. The length of the lamp measured in inches.
Most symbols and footnotes that apply to a specific product will appear in this space. The explanations of the symbols and
footnotes are at the end of the fluorescent section.
A text description of the lamp. Please see below for several examples and explanations of some of the codes.
Correlated Color Temperature. The degree of “whiteness” of the light. Expressed in kelvins (K).
Please see page 99 for more information.
Color Rendering Index. A numbering system for rating the relative color rendering quality of a light source compared to a
standard. Please see page 99 for more information.
Initial lumens are measured when the lamp has been operating for 100 hours. Mean lumens are typically measured at 40% of
the rated life of the lamp. For longer life lamp such as the OCTRON® XP™ lamps, the mean lumens are measured at the same
point in time as they are measured for the standard lamps they replace. Fluorescent lamp lumens are typically measured at
25˚C (77˚F). The lamp lumens are measured at both 25˚C (77˚F) and 35˚C (95˚F) for PENTRON linear lamps.
How to Read Ordering Abbreviations
FO32/835XP/ECO
F34CW/SS
FP54/830/HO
F96T12/CW/SS
F
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32
F
34
F
P
54
F
96
T
12
8
35
XP
ECO®
Fluorescent
OCTRON
Nominal lamp
wattage
85 CRI
3500K CCT
EXtended
Performance
ECOLOGIC® TCLP passing lamp
CW
SS
Fluorescent
Nominal lamp
wattage
Cool White
phosphor
SUPERSAVER® reduced wattage
lamp
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30
HO
Fluorescent
PENTRON
Nominal lamp
wattage
82 CRI
3000K CCT
High Output
CW
SS
Fluorescent
96" nominal length
Tubular Shape Bulb
Bulb diameter;
12
⁄8 inch = 1 1⁄2 inches
Cool White phosphor
SUPERSAVER reduced wattage lamp
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The following items were accepted into the 2003 IESNA Progress Report which recognizes innovative products
introduced to the industry during that year.
OCTRON® 28-watt 4-foot XP™ SUPERSAVER®
OCTRON 8-foot XP SUPERSAVER
OCTRON CURVALUME®XP SUPERSAVER
5000K ICETRON®
Colored PENTRON®
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Lamp Disposal Labeling
The following information appears on the packages of fluorescent lamps. For more information on lamp disposal labeling, see the
inside back cover of this catalog.
Hg
Lamp Contains Mercury
Manage in accordance with disposal laws
See www.lamprecycle.org or 1-866-666-6850
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FLUORESCENT LAMP COLORS
COLOR
COLOR
ABBREVIATION
CORRELATED
COLOR
TEMPERATURE(1)
COLOR
RENDERING
INDEX(2)
DULUX® 2700K
OCTRON® "800" 2700K
OCTRON XP™ "800" 2700K
INCANDESCENT FLUORESCENT
SOFT WHITE
DELUXE WARM WHITE
WARM WHITE
WARM WHITE PLUS
DESIGNER® 3000K
DESIGNER WARM WHITE
DESIGNER "800" 3000K
DESIGNER WARM WHITE PLUS
DULUX SOFT WHITE
DULUX 3000K
OCTRON "700" 3000K
OCTRON XP "700" 3000K
OCTRON "800" 3000K
OCTRON XP "800" 3000K
OCTRON XPS® "800" 3000K
PENTRON® 3000K
GRO-LUX®Aquarium WIDE SPECTRUM
WHITE
DESIGNER 3500K
DESIGNER "800" 3500K
DULUX 3500K
ICETRON® 3500K
PENTRON 3500K
OCTRON "700" 3500K
OCTRON XP "700" 3500K
OCTRON "800" 3500K
OCTRON XP "800" 3500K
OCTRON XPS "800" 3500K
NATURAL WHITE
DESIGNER 4100K
DESIGNER COOL WHITE
DESIGNER "800" 4100K
DESIGNER COOL WHITE PLUS
DULUX 4100K
ICETRON 4100K
PENTRON 4100K
OCTRON "700" 4100K
OCTRON XP "700" 4100K
OCTRON "800" 4100K
OCTRON XP "800" 4100K
OCTRON XPS "800" 4100K
DELUXE COOL WHITE
LITE WHITE
COOL WHITE
COOL WHITE PLUS
DULUX 5000K
ICETRON 5000K
OCTRON "700" 5000K
OCTRON "800" 5000K
OCTRON XP "800" 5000K
OCTRON "900" 5000K
DESIGN 50®
DAYLIGHT™
OCTRON "700" 6500K
OCTRON XP "800" 6500K
DESIGNER 6500K
DAYLIGHT DELUXE
827
827
827
IF
Soft White
WWX
WW
WWP
D30
DWW
D830
DWWP
830
830
730
730
830
830
830
830
GRO/AQ/WS
W
D35
D835
835
835
835
735
735
835
835
835
N
D41
DCW
D841
DCWP
841
841
841
741
741
841
841
841
CWX
LW
CW
CWP
850
850
750
850
850
950
DSGN50
D
765
865
865
DX
2700
2700
2700
2750
2900
2900
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3400
3450
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3600
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4100
4150
4200
4100
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
5000
6500
6500
6500
6500
6500
82
84
85
89
82
82
52
70
70
70
80
80
82
82
75
78
82
85
86
82
89
57
70
80
82
80
82
75
78
82
85
86
86
70
70
80
80
82
80
82
75
78
82
85
86
87
48
62
70
82
80
75
80
85
90
90
76
75
85
80
88
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FLUORESCENT COMPETITIVE GUIDES
NOTE: These tables are intended only as guides and may represent another lamp company’s most similar product or product family rather
than an identical match. Individual manufacturer’s performance values should be consulted. Environmental conditions, ballast type, and other
auxiliary equipment may affect lamp performance.
FLUORESCENT BRAND NAMES
SYLVANIA
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PHILIPS**
CURVALUME® (FB)
MOD-U-LINE (U)
U-Bent (FB)
CWX
Home Light Everywhere (HL Everywhere)
DESIGN 50® (DSGN50)
Chroma 50 (C50)
Colortone 50 (C50)
DESIGNER® Series
Specification Series (SP)
SPEC
DESIGNER 800 Series
Specification Series (SPX)
Ultralume
DESIGNER Cool White
SP41
Home Light Cool (HL Cool)
DESIGNER Cool White PLUS
SPX41
41U
DESIGNER Warm White
Kitchen and Bath ULTRA (70 CRI)
SPEC30
DESIGNER Warm White PLUS (DWWP)
Kitchen and Bath ULTRA (80 CRI)
Home Light WX (HL WX)
DESIGNER 700, 3500K (D35)
SP35
Home Light Warm (HL Warm)
DULUX®
BIAX
PL
DULUX S
BIAX
PL
DULUX D, D/E
Double BIAX
PL-C
DULUX T, T/E
Triple BIAX
PL-T
DULUX F
----DULUX L
High Lumen BIAX
PL-L
DULUX EL
Electronic Self Ballasted Lamps(was Compax)
Earth Light Lamps (SLS)
--2D
----GENURA
--ECOLOGIC® (ECO®)
Ecolux (ECO)
ALTO
GRO-LUX®
Gro & Sho/Plant & Aquarium/Terrarium
Agro-Lite (AGRO)
®
ICETRON
----OCTRON®
T8 (was Trimline)
TL70/TL80
OCTRON 700 XP™ ECO
SP Ecolux XL T8 Lamps with Starcoat
TL700 PLUS ALTO
OCTRON 800 XP ECO
SPX Ecolux XL T8 Lamps with Starcoat
TL800 PLUS ALTO
OCTRON 800 XPS ECO
----OCTRON 950
--TL950
PENTRON®
T5 Starcoat
SILHOUETTE™
----QL (similar to ICETRON, but not interchangeable
SAFELINE®
covRguard
--SUN STICK®
SUN (Sunshine)
C50
SUPERSAVER® (SS)
Watt-Miser (WM)
Econ-o-Watt (EW)
HO (800mA)
HO (800mA)
HO (800mA)
VHO (1500mA)
1500 (1500mA) & Power Grove
VHO (1500mA) (was SHO)
VHO/LT
T10/1500MA
VHO-0
XP™
XL
Advantage
XPS®
* Trademarks or registered trademarks of General Electric Company ** Trademarks or registered trademarks of Philips
FLUORESCENT COLOR CROSS REFERENCE
SYLVANIA
GE
PHILIPS
SYLVANIA
GE
PHILIPS
CW
CWX
D
DX
DSGN50
DSGN50
DCW, D41
DCWP
DWW, D30
DWWP, D830
D35
GRO/AQ
GRO/WS/AQ
LW
N
SUN STICK
WW
D30
D35
CW
CW
CWX, HL Everywhere
D
DX
50
C50
HL Cool
U41
SPEC30
HL WX
HL Warm
AGRO
D41
SP41
SP65
SPX30
SPX35
SPX41
Spec 41
D
DX
C50
SGN
SP41
SPX41
KB / 70 CRI, SP30
KB / 82 CRI, SPX30
SP35
PL/AQ
LW
N
SUN
WW
SP30
SP35
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C50
WW
Spec 30
Spec 35
D830
D835
D841
D865
730
735
741
750
765
827
830
835
841
850
865
950
SP30
SP35
SP41
SP50
SP65
SPX27
SPX30
SPX35
SPX41
SPX50
SPX65
30U
35U
41U
730
735
741
750
27
30, 830
35, 835
41, 841
50, 850
865
950
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FLUORESCENT COMPETITIVE GUIDES (continued)
FLUORESCENT ELECTRICAL INTERCHANGEABILITY
SYLVANIA
GE
PHILIPS
F24"T8/CW/4
F26"T8/CW/4
F28"T8/CW/4
F30"T8/CW/4
F34CW/WM
F40CW/WM
F96T12/CW/WM
F40/SP41/U/6
F40CW/U/6/WM (new F34CW/U/6/WM)
T8 (was Trimline)
T8 SP
T8 SPX
F17T8/SP(or SPX)…
F25T8/SP(or SPX)…
F32T8/SP(or SPX)…
F32T8/XL/SP (or SPX)
--F32T8/SP…/IS/WM/ECO
--F40T8/SP… (or SPX)
--F96T8/SP… (or SPX)
F96T8/XL.SP...
F96T8/XL/SPX...
F96T8/SP…/WM
------F96T8/SP (or SPX)…/HO
F25T12/SP… (for T8 electronic ballasts)
----F31T8/SPX…/U
--F32T8/SP(or SPX)…/U6
--------F14/T5/8..
F21/T5/8..
F28/T5/8..
F35/T5/8..
F24/T5/8../HO
F39/T5/8../HO
F54/T5/8../HO
F80/T5/8../HO
F40T17/CW/IS
F96T17/…
HO (800mA)
F96T12/…/HO/CT
1500 or PG17 (both 1500mA)
T10, 1500-0 (both1500mA)
F15T8/CW/24
F16T8/CW/26
F17T8/CW/28
F18T8/CW/30
F34CW/EW
F40CW/EW
F96T12/CW/EW
FB40/SPEC41/6
FB40/CW/6/EW (new F34/CW/6/EW)
TL70/TL80
TL70
TL80
F17T8/TL…
F25T8/TL…
F32T8/TL…
F32T8/TL...PLUS
--F32T8/ADV8.../EW
--F40T8/TL
--F96T8/TL…
------F48T8/TL…/HO
F60T8/TL…/HO
F72T8/TL…/HO
F96T8/TL…/HO
----------FB32T8/TL…/6
--------F14T5/8..
F21T5/8..
F28T5/8..
F35T5/8..
F24T5/8../HO
F39T5/8../HO
F54T5/8../HO
F80T5/8../HO
----HO (800mA)
F96T12/…/HO-0
VHO (1500mA)
VHO-0 (1500mA)
BIAX®
PL
FLE…TBX/LT
FLE…TBX/L
FLE…HLX/8/SW/CD (Spiral17W, 21W, 27W)
----FLE29QBX/D3 (3-Way Triple)
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UNIVERSAL SLS --Twister-BC-EL/DT… (15W, 20W, 23W)
--UNIVERSAL/RH SLS.RH… (low THD)
--DIMMABLE SLS/D 20 (Dimmable)
Linear Lamps
F18T8/CW/K/23
F18T8/CW/K/26
F18T8/CW/K/28
F18T8/CW/K/30
F34CW/SS
Formerly known as F40CW/SS
F96T12/CW/SS
FB40/D41/6
FB40/CW/6/SS (new FB34/CW/6/SS)
OCTRON®
OCTRON 700 Series
OCTRON 800 Series
FO17…
FO25…
FO32…
FO32/...XP™
FO32/.../XPS®/ECO®
FO30…XP/SS/ECO
FO28/8..XP/SS/ECO
FO40…
FO72…
FO96…
FO96/7…XP/ECO
FO96/8…XP/ECO
FO96/8...XP/SS/ECO
------FO96…/HO
--FBO16…
FBO24…
FBO31…
FBO31…XP
FBO32…
FBO32…XP
FBO31/...XPS/ECO
FBO32/...XPS/ECO
FBO32/8..XP/SS/ECO
FP14/8..
FP21/8..
FP28/8..
FP35/8..
FP24/8../HO
FP39/8../HO
FP54/8../HO
FP80/8../HO
----HO (800mA)
F96T12/…/HO/COLDTEMP
VHO (1500mA)
VHO/LT (1500mA)
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DULUX®
Medium Screw Base Lamps
CF…EL/830/MED
CF…EL/830/MED/1
CF…EL/TWIST (15W, 20W, 23W, 27W, 30W)
CF...EL/MINITWIST (7, 11,13,19,23W)
--CF28EL/3WAY/TWIST
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FLUORESCENT ELECTRICAL INTERCHANGEABILITY (continued)
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----CF15EL/R30/830/MED
CF20EL/R40/830/MED
CF15/EL/BR30
CF15EL/G30/830/MED
CF15EL/G30/830/MED
CF20EL/G40/830/MED
CF15EL/G/830 (low profile Globe)
CF15EL/B/830 (Bullet)
CF15EL/ALINE
CF14EL/A19/1/BL/YELLOW
------CF9EL/C/830 (A23)
----CF30EL/CIRC/830/MED
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--FLE29QBX/DV (Dimmable Triple)
FLE15/TBX/L/R30
FLE20TBX/L/R40
--FLE15TBX/L/G29
FLG17 (magnetic)
--FLG15/E-120
FLB17 (magnetic)
FLE15/L/TC16
FLE15/L/TC16/BUG
FLE15/L/TC16/DAY
--FLE20/6/T19
--FLE15/A2/A23
FLE20/A2/A24
FEA30CIR
FEA382D/SW (2D w/adapter)
FEA382D/835 (2D w/adapter)
DIMMABLE SLS/D 23 (Dimmable)
--FLOOD SLS/R30 15
FLOOD SLS/R40 20
Reflector Flood BC-EL/A BR30 16
DÉCOR GLOBE SLS/30 15
DÉCOR GLOBE SLS/30 15
DÉCOR GLOBE SLS/40 15
--FLE15/6/TC19
OUTDOOR EL/O 15
BUG-A-WAY EL/O 15 BAW
--OUTDOOR EL/O 18
----HOUSEHOLD EL/A 16
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F…BX…
F13BX/E
--F…DBX…
F…DBX…/4P
--F…TBX…/4P
F42QBX/SPX…/A/4P
--F…TBX/I/8.../A/4P (inverted post)
F18BX/SPX…
F18BX/SPX…/RS
F27/24BX/SPX…
F39/36BX/SPX…
F40/30BX/SPX…
F50BX/SPX…/RS
F55BX/8...
F…2D/…
PL-S…
----PL-C…
PL-C…/4P
--PL-T…/4P
PL42W/…/4P/…
----PL-L 18W/…
--PL-L 24W/…
PL-L 36W/…
PL-L 40W/…/RS/IS
PL-L 50W/…/RS
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------EL23/R25/… (Genura™)
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--------QL55W/… (QL)
QL85W/… (QL)
QL165W/…(QL)
Pin Base Lamps
CF…DS… (2-pin)
CFT13WDS/EC
CF…DS/E…(4 pin)
CF…DD/… (2 pin)
CF…DD/E… (4 pin)
CF…DT… (2 pin)
CF…DT/E…(4 pin)
CF42DT/E… (4 pin)
CF…DF…
--FT18DL/8…
FT18DL/8…/RS
FT24DL/8…
FT36DL/8…
FT40DL/8…/RS
--FT55DL/8…
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Induction Lamps
ICE 70/8... (ICETRON®)
ICE 100/8… (ICETRON)
ICE 150/8… (ICETRON)
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FLUORESCENT LAMPS
The bulb shape and size of a fluorescent lamp
are expressed by means of a code consisting
of the letter “T” (which designates that the
bulb is “tubular” in shape) followed by a
number that expresses the diameter in
eighths of an inch. Diameters range from T2
(1⁄4 inch) to T17 (2 1⁄8 inch). In nominal overall
length, linear fluorescent lamps range from 6
to 96 inches. The nominal length is measured
from back of lamp holder to back of lamp
holder. For example, the actual overall length
of the 40-watt rapid start T12 lamp with a
nominal length of 48 inches is 47 3⁄4 inches.
The nominal length given for PENTRON® linear lamps is the closest familiar nominal
length. CURVALUME® U-shaped fluorescent
lamps are available as OCTRON® T8 lamps
with leg spacings of 1 5⁄8 inches and 6 inches
and as rapid start T12 lamps with leg spacings of 3 5⁄8 inches and 6 inches. The leg spacing is measured from the center of one leg to
the center of the other leg. The overall length
of the CURVALUME lamps is measured from
the face of the bases to the outside of the
glass bend. Circline lamps, which are circular
in shape, are available as T9 lamps with outside diameters of 6 1⁄2, 8, 12 and 16 inches as
well as PENTRON T5 lamps with outside
diameters of 8.85 and 11.77 inches.The overall length of DULUX® compact fluorescent
lamps is measured from the bottom of the
base to the outside edge of the glass. In many
cases, the bottom of the base is the bottom of
the center post of the base of the lamp.
HIGH OUTPUT AND VERY HIGH OUTPUT
T2 MINIATURE
T2 Axial Base (2/8" Diameter)
PREHEAT, RAPID START
DULUX S/E
DULUX D
T12 Recessed Double Contact (1-1/2" diameter)
Preheat T5 Miniature Bipin (5/8" diameter
PENTRON T5 Miniature Bipin (5/8" diameter)
INSTANT START
OCTRON T8 Medium Bipin (1" diameter)
Rapid Start or Instant Start operation
T6 Single Pin (3/4" diameter)
T12 Medium Bipin (1-1/2" diameter)
T8 Single Pin (1" diameter)
OCTRON T8 Single Pin (1" diameter)
T12 Single Pin (1-1/2" diameter)
U-Shaped T12
(1-1/2" diameter)
6” leg spacing
OCTRON T8 U-Shaped
with 1 5/8" leg spacing
(1" diameter)
DULUX D/E
DULUX T
ICETRON®
CIRCLINE 4-Pin T-9
(6-1/2", 8", 12", 16"
outside diameters)
DULUX
EL TWIST
DULUX EL CLASSIC
(A-Shape)
DULUX EL
BULLET
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DULUX EL Low
Profile GLOBE
PENTRON CIRCLINE 4Pin T5 (8.85" & 11.77"
outside diameters)
DULUX T/E
DULUX T/E/IN
DULUX L
DULUX
EL Triple
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T14-1/2 Recessed Double Contact (1-13/16" diameter)
T8 Medium Bipin (1" diameter)
OCTRON T8 U-Shaped
with 6" leg spacing
(1" diameter)
DULUX S
OCTRON T8 Recessed Double Contact (1" diameter)
DULUX EL
GLOBE
DULUX EL
REFLECTOR
BR-30
DULUX F
DULUX EL Circline (6-1/2"
& 8" outside diameters)
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For linear Preheat and Rapid Start Lamps, four electrical contacts are required, two at each end of the
lamp. This is accomplished in the standard line of
lamps by the use of a miniature bipin base for T5
lamps and a medium bipin for T8 and T12 lamps.
The OCTRON® T8 medium bipin lamps may also be
operated as instant start lamps with the proper wiring
and ballasts. When operating OCTRON bipin lamps
with instant start ballasts, the two contacts in the
lamp holder are shorted together and connected to
the single circuit in the ballast. In Circline lamps, the
cathodes are connected to a four-pin base located
between the junction of the two ends of the lamp.
High Output (HO) and Very High Output (VHO) lamps
have recessed double contact (RDC) type bases.
Slimline Instant Start lamps require only two electrical contacts, one on each lamp end and have single
pin bases.
SINGLE PIN
Single Pin for
T6 Slimline
Single Pin for T8 Slimline
& OCTRON
Single Pin for
T12 Slimline
BIPIN
Miniature Bipin for T5
Preheat & PENTRON®
Recessed Double Contact
for OCTRON T8 HO
Miniature Bipin for T8
Preheat & OCTRON
Axial T2 Subminiature
Medium Bipin for T12
Recessed Double Contact
for T12 HO & VHO
Pin-based compact fluorescent lamps have either 2
pins or 4 pins. Each 2-pin lamp has an internal
starter and is designed for preheat, magnetic operation. The 4-pin lamps are designed for electronic ballast operation and are dimmable. These lamps have
no internal starter; starting the lamps is a function of
the ballast.
4-pin for
PENTRON Circline
4-pin for T9 Circline
Medium screw base, compact fluorescent lamps have
integral ballasts.
ICETRON® Mounting Brackets
OCTRON T8 & T12 Rapid Start CURVALUME
FOR CHOKE/STARTER OPERATION
GX 23
G 23
G 24 d2
GX 23-2
G 23-2
G24 d3
FOR ELECTRONIC OR DIMMING OPERATION
G 24 q-1
GX 24 d-2
2 G 11
G 24 q-3
G 24 q-2
GX 24 d-3
GX 24 q-1
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
104
2G7
GX 24 q-2
2 GX 7
GX 24 q-3
2G 10
DULUX F
GX 24 q-4
Medium Screw Base
or DULUX® EL
GX 24 q-5
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
DULUX® S
DULUX® S PREHEAT 2-PIN ECOLOGIC® COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
with Starter in Lamp Base for Magnetic Ballast
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
Product
Number
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
5
4.2
20325
CF5DS/827
50
10000
2700 82
T4
107
G23
CFT5W/G23/827
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
230
198
|
|
|
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20547
CF5DS/827/RP
CFT5W/G23/827
10
10000
2700 82
230
198
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20303
CF5DS/841
CFT5W/G23/841
50
10000
4100 82
230
198
1,2,3,
4,5,6
7
T4
5.3
135
G23
20327
CF7DS/827
CFT7W/G23/827
50
10000
2700 82
400
344
20548
CF7DS/827/RP
CFT7W/G23/827
10
10000
2700 82
400
344
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
1,2,3,
4,5,6
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20310
CF7DS/835
CFTW/G23/835
50
10000
3500 82
400
344
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20304
CF7DS/841
CFT7W/G23/841
50
10000
4100 82
400
344
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20307
CF7DS/850
CFT7W/G23/850
50
10000
5000 82
400
344
1,2,3,
4,5,6
9
T4
6.5
165
G23
20536
CF9DS/827/RP
CFT9W/G23/827
10
10000
2700 82
580
499
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20333
CF9DS/835
CFT9W/G23/835
50
10000
3500 82
580
499
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20305
CF9DS/841
CFT9W/G23/841
50
10000
4100 82
580
499
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20308
CF9DS/850
CFT9W/G23/850
50
10000
5000 82
580
499
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20329
CF9DS/827
CFT9W/G23/827
50
10000
2700 82
800
688
1,2,3,
4,5,6
13
T4
7.1
180
GX23
20299
DULUX S 9W/78
20331
CF13DS/827
CFT13W/GX23/827
50
10000
BLK
50
10000
2700 82
1,2,4,5,7
800
688
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20374
CFT13WDS/EC/827
CFT13W/GX23/827
10
10000
2700 82
800
688
20549
CF13DS/827/RP
CFT13W/GX23/827
10
10000
2700 82
800
688
1,2,3,5,8
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20283
CF13DS/830
CFT13W/GX23/830
50
10000
3000 82
800
688
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20397
CFT13WDS/EC/830
CFT13W/GX23/830
10
10000
3000 82
800
688
20335
CF13DS/835
CFT13W/GX23/835
50
10000
3500 82
800
688
1,2,3,5,8
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20368
CFT13WDS/EC/835
CFT13W/GX23/835
10
10000
3500 82
800
688
20306
CF13DS/841
CFT13DS/GX23/841
50
10000
4100 82
800
688
1,2,3,5,8
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20375
CFT13WDS/EC/841
CFT13W/GX23/841
10
10000
4100 82
800
688
20309
CF13DS/850
CFT13W/GX23/850
50
10000
5000 82
800
688
1,2,3,5,8
1,2,3,
4,5,6
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
105
DULUX® S/E
DULUX® D
DULUX® S/E 4-PIN COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
for Dimming and Electronic Ballast
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
Product
Number
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
5
T4
3.4
85
2G7
20311
CF5DS/E/827
CFT5W/2G7/827
50
10000
2700 82
230
198
1,2,3,8,9
20315
CF5DS/E/841
CFT5W/2G7/841
50
10000
4100 82
230
198
1,2,3,8,9
7
T4
4.5
115
2G7
20312
CF7DS/E/827
CFT7W/2G7/827
50
10000
2700 82
400
344
1,2,3,8,9
20316
CF7DS/E/841
CFT7W/2G7/841
50
10000
4100 82
400
344
1,2,3,8,9
9
T4
5.7
145
2G7
20313
CF9DS/E/827
CFT9W/2G7/827
50
10000
2700 82
580
499
1,2,3,8,9
20317
CF9DS/E/841
CFT9W/2G7/841
50
10000
4100 82
580
499
1,2,3,8,9
13
T4
6.2
157
2GX7
20314
CF13DS/E/827
CFT13W/2GX7/827
50
10000
2700 82
800
688
1,2,3,8,9
20284
CF13DS/E/830
CFT13W/2GX7/830
50
10000
3000 82
800
688
1,2,3,8,9
20318
CF13DS/E/841
CFT13W/2GX7/841
50
10000
4100 82
800
688
1,2,3,8,9
®
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
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®
DULUX D PREHEAT 2-PIN ECOLOGIC COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
with Starter in Lamp Base for Magnetic Ballast
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
Product
Number
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
9
4.3
20537
CF9DD/827/RP
10
10000
2700 82
T4
110
G23-2
CFQ9W/G23/827
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
525
452
|
|
|
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20689
CF9DD/827
CFQ9W/G23/827
50
10000
2700 82
525
452
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20783
CF9DD/830
CFQ9W/G23/830
50
10000
3000 82
525
452
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20690
CF9DD/835
CFQ9W/G23/835
50
10000
3500 82
525
452
1,2,3,
4,5,6
13
T4
4.6
118
GX23-2
20538
CF13DD/827/RP
CFQ13W/GX23/827
10
10000
2700 82
780
671
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20691
CF13DD/827
CFQ13W/GX23/827
50
10000
2700 82
780
671
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20705
CF13DD/830
CFQ13W/GX23/830
50
10000
3000 82
780
671
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20692
CF13DD/835
CFQ13W/GX23/835
50
10000
3500 82
780
671
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20708
CF13DD/841
CFQ13W/GX23/841
50
10000
4100 82
780
671
1,2,3,
4,5,6
18
T4
6.0
153
G24D-2
20676
CF18DD/827
CFQ18W/G24D/827
50
10000
2700 82
1150
1075
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20709
CF18DD/830
CFQ18W/G24D/830
50
10000
3000 82
1150
1075
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20677
CF18DD/835
CFQ18W/G24D/835
50
10000
3500 82
1150
1075
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20678
CF18DD/841
CFQ18W/G24D/841
50
10000
4100 82
1150
1075
1,2,3,
4,5,6
26
T4
6.8
173
G24D-3
20679
CF26DD/827
CFQ26W/G24D/827
50
10000
2700 82
1710
1548
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20710
CF26DD/830
CFQ26W/G24D/830
50
10000
3000 82
1710
1548
1,2,3,
4,5,6
20680
CF26DD/835
CFQ26W/G24D/835
50
10000
3500 82
1710
1548
1,2,3,
4,5,6
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
106
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
DULUX® D
DULUX® T
DULUX® D PREHEAT 2-PIN ECOLOGIC® COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
Product
Number
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
26
6.8
20681
CF26DD/841
50
10000
4100 82
T4
173
G24D-3
CFQ26W/G24D/841
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
1710
1548
|
|
|
1,2,3,
4,5,6
DULUX® D/E 4-PIN ECOLOGIC® COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
for Dimming and Electronic Ballast with End-of-Lamp Life (EOL) Protection
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
Product
Number
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
13
5.2
20682
CF13DD/E/827
CFQ13W/G24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
900
774
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20721
CF13DD/E/830
CFQ26W/G24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
900
774
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20671
CF13DD/E/835
CFQ13W/G24Q/835
50
12000
3500 82
900
774
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20667
CF13DD/E/841
CFQ13W/G24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
900
774
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20683
CF18DD/E/827
CFQ18W/G24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
1150
1075
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20724
CF18DD/E/830
CFQ18W/G24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
1150
1075
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20672
CF18DD/E/835
CFQ18W/G24Q/835
50
12000
3500 82
1150
1075
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20668
CF18DD/E/841
CFQ18W/G24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
1150
1075
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20684
CF26DD/E/827
CFQ26W/G24D/827
50
12000
2700 82
1710
1548
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20722
CF26DD/E/830
CFQ26W/G24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
1710
1548
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20673
CF26DD/E/835
CFQ26W/G24Q/835
50
12000
3500 82
1710
1548
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20669
CF26DD/E/841
CFQ26W/G24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
1710
1548
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
18
26
T4
T4
T4
5.8
6.5
131
147
166
G24Q-1
G24Q-2
G24Q-3
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
|
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DULUX® T PREHEAT 2-PIN ECOLOGIC® COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
with Starter in Lamp Base for Magnetic Ballast
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
18
4.8
T4
123
Product
Number
GX24D-2 20756
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CF18DT/827
50
12000
2700 82
CFTR18W/GX24D/827
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
1200
1032
|
|
|
1,2,3,
4,5,6
26
T4
5.4
138
GX24D-3 20752
CF26DT/827
CFTR26W/GX24D/827
50
12000
2700 82
1800
1548
1,2,3,
4,5,6
DULUX® T/E 4-PIN ECOLOGIC® COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
for Dimming and Electronic Ballast
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
13
4.2
T4
106
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
GX24Q-1 20891
CF13DT/E/827
CFTR13W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
900
774
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20892
CF13DT/E/830
CFTR13W/GX24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
900
774
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
Product
Number
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Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
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107
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
DULUX® T
DULUX® T/E 4-PIN ECOLOGIC® COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
13
4.2
T4
106
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
GX24Q-1 20893
CF13DT/E/835
CFTR13W/GX24Q/835
50
12000
3500 82
900
774
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
20894
CF13DT/E/841
CFTR13W/GX24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
900
774
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
Product
Number
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
18
T4
4.6
116
GX24Q-2 20760
CF18DT/E/827
CFTR18W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
1200
1032
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
26
T4
5.2
124
GX24Q-3 20767
CF26DT/E/827
CFTR26W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
1800
1548
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10
32
T4
5.8
147
GX24Q-3 20768
CF32DT/E/827
CFTR32W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
2400
2064
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11
|
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DULUX® T/E/IN AMALGAM, 4-PIN ECOLOGIC® COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
for Dimming and Electronic Ballast for High and Low Temp Applications
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
18
4.4
26
32
42
57
T4
T4
T4
T4
T4
5.0
5.6
6.5
7.76
111
126
142
163
197
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
GX24Q-2 20875
CF18DT/E/IN/827
CFTR18W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
1200
1032
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,12
20876
CF18DT/E/IN/830
CFTR18W/GX24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
1200
1032
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,12
20877
CF18DT/E/IN/835
CFTR18W/GX24Q/835
50
12000
3500 82
1200
1032
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,12
20878
CF18DT/E/IN/841
CFTR18W/GX24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
1200
1032
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,12
GX24Q-3 20879
CF26DT/E/IN/827
CFTR26W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
1800
1548
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,12
20880
CF26DT/E/IN/830
CFTR26W/GX24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
1800
1548
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,12
20881
CF26DT/E/IN/835
CFTR26W/GX24Q/835
50
12000
3500 82
1800
1548
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,12
20882
CF26DT/E/IN/841
CFTR26W/GX24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
1800
1548
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,12
GX24Q-3 20883
CF32DT/E/IN/827
CFTR32W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
2400
2064
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20884
CF32DT/E/IN/830
CFTR32W/GX24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
2400
2064
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20885
CF32DT/E/IN/835
CFTR32W/GX24Q/835
50
12000
3500 82
2400
2064
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20886
CF32DT/E/IN/841
CFTR32W/GX24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
2400
2064
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
GX24Q-4 20887
CF42DT/E/IN/827
CFTR42W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
3200
2752
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20888
CF42DT/E/IN/830
CFTR42W/GX24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
3200
2752
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20871
CF42DT/E/IN/835
CFTR/42W/GX24Q/835 50
12000
3500 82
3200
2752
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20890
CF42DT/E/IN/841
CFTR42W/GX24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
3200
2752
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
GX24Q-5 20895
CF57DT/E/IN/827
CFTR57W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
4300
3698
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
Product
Number
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Initial
Mean Symbols &
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DULUX® T
DULUX® L
DULUX® T/E/IN AMALGAM, 4-PIN ECOLOGIC® COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
57
7.76
70
T4
T4
9.25
197
235
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NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
GX24Q-5 20896
CF57DT/E/IN/830
CFTR57W/GX24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
4300
3698
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20897
CF57DT/E/IN/835
CFTR57W/GX24Q/835
50
12000
3500 82
4300
3698
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20899
CF57DT/E/IN/841
CFTR57W/GX24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
4300
3698
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
GX24Q-6 20794
CF70DT/E/IN/827
CFTR70W/GX24Q/827
50
12000
2700 82
5200
4472
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20795
CF70DT/E/IN/830
CFTR70W/GX24Q/830
50
12000
3000 82
5200
4472
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20796
CF70DT/E/IN/835
CFTR70W/GX24Q/835
50
12000
3500 82
5200
4472
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
20797
CF70DT/E/IN/841
CFTR70W/GX24Q/841
50
12000
4100 82
5200
4472
1,2,3,
6,8,9,10,11,12
Product
Number
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
DULUX® L HIGH LUMEN COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
Product
Number
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
18
9.0
229
2G11
20587
FT18DL/830
FT18W/2G11/830
10
12000
3000 82
1250
1075
1,2,3,8,9
10.5
267
2G11
20595
FT18DL/830/RS
FT18W/2G11/RS/830
10
20000
3000 82
1250
1075
1,2,3,8,9
9.0
229
2G11
20588
FT18DL/835
FT18W/2G11/835
10
12000
3500 82
1250
1075
1,2,3,8,9
10.5
267
2G11
20594
FT18DL/835/RS
FT18W/2G11/RS/835
10
20000
3500 82
1250
1075
1,2,3,8,9
9.0
229
2G11
20589
FT18DL/841
FT18W/2G11/841
10
12000
4100 82
1250
1075
1,2,3,8,9
10.5
267
2G11
20593
FT18DL/841/RS
FT18W/2G11/RS/841
10
20000
4100 82
1250
1075
1,2,3,8,9
12.9
326
2G11
20597
FT24DL/830
FT24W/2G11/830
10
12000
3000 82
1800
1548
24
T5
T5
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
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1,2,3,8,9,
13
20580
FT24DL/835
FT24W/2G11/835
10
12000
3500 82
1800
1548
1,2,3,8,9,
13
20596
FT24DL/841
FT24W/2G11/841
10
12000
4100 82
1800
1548
1,2,3,8,9,
13
36
T5
16.6
422
2G11
20581
FT36DL/830
FT36W/2G11/830
10
12000
3000 82
2900
2494
1,2,3,8,9,
13
20582
FT36DL/835
FT36W/2G11/835
10
12000
3500 82
2900
2494
1,2,3,8,9,
13
20583
FT36DL/841
FT36W/2G11/841
10
12000
4100 82
2900
2494
1,2,3,8,9,
13
40
55
T5
T5
22.6
21.1
573
535
2G11
2G11
20584
FT40DL/830/RS
FT40W/2G11/RS/830
10
20000
3000 82
3150
2709
1,2,3,8,9
20585
FT40DL/835/RS
FT40W/2G11/RS/835
10
20000
3500 82
3150
2709
1,2,3,8,9
20586
FT40DL/841/RS
FT40W/2G11/RS/841
10
20000
4100 82
3150
2709
1,2,3,8,9
20576
FT40DL/850/RS
FT40W/2G11/RS/850
10
20000
5000 82
3150
2709
1,2,3,8,9
20590
FT55DL/830
FT55W/2G11/830
10
12000
3000 82
4800
4128
1,2,3,8,9,
14
20591
FT55DL/835
FT55W/2G11/835
10
12000
3500 82
4800
4128
1,2,3,8,9,
14
20592
FT55DL/841
FT55W/2G11/841
10
12000
4100 82
4800
4128
1,2,3,8,9,
14
80
T5
22.6
573
2G11
20572
FT80DL/830
F180W/2G11/830
10
12000
3000 82
6000
5160
1,2,3,8,9,
14
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DULUX® L
DULUX® F
DULUX® EL Triple
DULUX® EL Twist
DULUX® L HIGH LUMEN COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
Product
Number
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
80
22.6
20622
FT80DL/835
10
12000
3500 82
T5
573
2G11
FT80W/2G11/835
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
6000
5160
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1,2,3,8,9,
14
20624
FT80DL/841
FT40W/2G11/841
10
12000
4100 82
6000
5160
1,2,3,8,9,
14
DULUX® F FLAT COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
42
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Avg
MOL
(in) (mm) Base
Product
Number
NEMA
Ordering Abbreviation Generic Designation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
18
4.8
20551
CF18DF/830
10
10000
3000 82
T5
122
2G10
CFM18W/2G10/830
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
1100
946
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1,2,3,8,9,
15
20552
CF18DF/841
CFM18W/2G10/841
10
10000
4100 82
1100
946
1,2,3,8,9,
15
24
T5
6.7
171
2G10
20553
CF24DF/830
CFM24W/2G10/830
10
10000
3000 82
1700
1462
1,2,3,8,9,
15
20558
CF24DF/841
CFM24W/2G10/841
10
10000
4100 82
1700
1462
1,2,3,8,9,
15
36
T5
8.5
217
2G10
20559
CF36DF/830
CFM36W/2G10/830
10
10000
3000 82
2800
2408
1,2,3,8,9,
15
20560
CF36DF/841
CFM36W/2G10/841
10
10000
4100 82
2800
2408
1,2,3,8,9,
15
DULUX® EL SELF-BALLASTED COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Triple Tube Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
Avg
15
T4
20
23
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
CF15EL/830/MED/1
120
6
10000
3000
82
850
731
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29308
CF20EL/830/MED/1
120
6
10000
3000
82
1200
1032
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29310
CF23EL/830/MED/1
120
6
10000
3000
82
1450
1247
1,2,
3,16,17,18
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
5.7
Med
29307
T4
6.42
Med
T4
6.93
Med
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Mini Twist Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
7
4.4
11
13
MINITWIST
MINITWIST
MINITWIST
Avg
4.5
4.5
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Med
29451
CF7EL/MINITWIST/2700K
120
6
8000
2700
82
375
323
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29379
CF7EL/MINITWIST/1
120
6
8000
3000
82
375
323
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29371
CF7EL/MINITWIST/BL/1
120
6
8000
3000
82
375
323
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29378
CF11EL/MINITWIST/1
120
6
8000
3000
82
600
516
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29364
CF11EL/MINITWIST/BL/1
120
6
8000
3000
82
600
516
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29409
CF13EL/MINITWIST/2700K 120
6
8000
2700
82
800
688
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29376
CF13EL/MINITWIST/1
6
8000
3000
82
800
688
1,2,
3,16,17,18
Med
Med
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120
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DULUX® EL Twist
DULUX® EL SELF-BALLASTED COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Mini Twist Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
13
4.5
19
23
MINITWIST
MINITWIST
MINITWIST
Avg
5.2
5.75
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
120
6
8000
3000
82
800
688
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29169
CF13EL/MINITWIST/DAY/BL/1 120
6
8000
3500
82
800
688
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29410
CF19EL/MINITWIST/2700K 120
6
8000
2700
82
1200
1032
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29396
CF19EL/MINITWIST
120
6
8000
3000
82
1200
1032
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29347
CF19EL/MINITWIST/BL/1
120
5
8000
3000
82
1200
1032
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29367
CF19EL/MINITWIST/DAY/BL/1 120
5
8000
3500
82
1200
1032
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29411
CF23EL/MINITWIST/2700K 120
6
8000
2700
82
1600
1376
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29397
CF23EL/MINITWIST
120
6
8000
3000
82
1600
1376
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29394
CF23EL/MINITWIST/BL/1
120
5
8000
3000
82
1600
1376
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29417
CF23EL/MINITWIST/DAY/BL/1120
5
8000
3500
82
1600
1376
1,2,
3,16,17,18
Ordering Abbreviation
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Med
29116
CF13EL/MINITWIST/BL/1
Med
Med
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L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
Twist Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
Base
Product
Number
15
5.13
Med
29286
CF15EL/TWIST
120
6
10000
3000
82
850
731
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29289
CF15EL/TWIST/BL/1
120
6
10000
3000
82
850
731
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29287
CF20EL/TWIST
120
6
10000
3000
82
1200
1032
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29290
CF20EL/TWIST/BL/1
120
6
10000
3000
82
1200
1032
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29288
CF23EL/TWIST
120
6
10000
3000
82
1450
1247
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29291
CF23EL/TWIST/BL/1
120
6
10000
3000
82
1450
1247
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29412
CF27EL/TWIST/2700K
120
6
10000
2700
82
1750
1505
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29390
CF27EL/TWIST
120
6
10000
3000
82
1750
1505
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29391
CF27EL/TWIST/1/BL
120
6
10000
3000
82
1750
1505
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29370
CF27EL/TWIST/DAY/1/BL
120
6
10000
3500
82
1750
1505
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29353
CF27EL/TWIST/5000K
120
6
10000
5000
82
1750
1505
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29395
CF30EL/TWIST
120
6
6000
3000
82
2000
1720
1,2,
3,16,17,18
20
23
27
30
TWIST
TWIST
TWIST
TWIST
TWIST
Avg
5.5
5.88
6.1
5.13
Med
Med
Med
Med
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DULUX® EL Twist
DULUX® EL Classic
DULUX® EL Globe
DULUX® EL Reflector
DULUX® EL SELF-BALLASTED COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Twist Compact Fluorescent Lamps
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
Avg
30
TWIST
12
19
28
TWIST
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
CF30EL/TWIST/1/BL
120
5
6000
3000
82
2000
1720
1,2,
3,16,17,18
CF28EL/3WAY/TWIST/1
120
6
6000
3000
82
600
1100
1600
516
946
1376
1,2,
3,16,17,18
CF28EL/3WAY/TWIST/1/BL 120
5
6000
3000
82
600
1100
1600
516
946
1376
1,2,
3,16,17,18
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
5.13
Med
29392
5.75
3Contact Med 29351
29349
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Classic (A-Shape) Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
14
4.75
A19
Avg
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Med
29468
CF14EL/A19
120
5
6000
3000
82
800
688
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29345
CF14EL/A19/1/BL
120
5
6000
3000
82
800
688
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29346
CF14EL/A19/1/BL/YELLOW 120
5
6000
YLW
82
475
409
1,2,
3,16,17,18
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
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Decorative Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
4
4.25
7
Flame
Flame
Avg
5
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Candelabra
29135
CF4EL/DECO/CANDELABRA 120
6
6000
3000
82
160
138
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29121
CF4EL/DECO/CANDELABRA/1/BL120
6
6000
3000
82
160
138
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29167
CF7EL/DECO/MEDIUM/1/BL 120
6
6000
3000
82
280
241
1,2,
3,16,17,18
Ordering Abbreviation
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
Med
Voltage
|
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Globe Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
Base
Product
Number
11
4.6
Med
29414
CF11EL/G25/2700K
120
6
6000
2700
82
450
387
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29344
CF11EL/G25/1/BL
120
5
6000
3000
82
450
387
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29368
CF11EL/G25/DAY/1/BL
120
5
6000
3500
82
450
387
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29195
CF15EL/G/830/MED
120
6
6000
3000
82
700
602
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29278
CF15EL/G/830/MED/1/BL
120
5
6000
3000
82
700
602
1,2,
3,16,17,18
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
6000
2700
82
15
G25
G30
Avg
5.5
Med
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Reflector Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
15
5.6
BR30
Avg
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Med
29413
CF15EL/BR30/2700K
120
6
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560
482
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3,16,17,18
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DULUX® EL Reflector
Circline
DULUX® EL SELF-BALLASTED COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Reflector Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
15
5.6
20
BR30
BR40
Avg
6.5
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
120
6
6000
3000
82
560
482
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29331
CF15EL/BR30/FROST/1/BL 120
5
6000
3000
82
560
482
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29366
CF15EL/BR30/DAY/BL/1
120
5
6000
3500
82
560
482
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29399
CF20EL/BR40
120
6
8000
2700
82
900
774
1,2,
3,16,17,18
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Med
29352
CF15EL/BR30/FROST
Med
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Low Profile Bullet and Circline Electronic Compact Fluorescent Lamps
44
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
MOL
(in)
15
5.5
30
T20
T9
Avg
2.8
Voltage
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
CRI @25°C/77°F Footnotes
CF15EL/B/830/MED
120
6
6000
3000
82
700
602
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29278
CF15EL/B/830/MED/1/BL
120
6
6000
3000
82
700
602
1,2,
3,16,17,18
29294
CF30EL/CIRC/830/MED
120
5
10000
3000
82
1800
1548
1,2,
3,16,17,18
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Med
29195
Med
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F
L
U
O
R
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OCTRON® AND OCTRON® CURVALUME® FLUORESCENT LAMPS
OCTRON® lamps are T8 fluorescent lamps designed to be operated on dedicated magnetic rapid start or electronic instant start, rapid start or programmed rapid
start (also known as programmed start) ballasts. OCTRON lamps may be operated on electronic instant start ballasts with ballast factors ranging from .71 to
1.20 at the nominal ballast input voltage. For details on various lamp/ballast system combinations, please refer to the Systems Performance Guide in the “SYLVANIA QUICKTRONIC® Ballast Technology & Specification Guide”.
OCTRON® 700 and 700 XP™ Lamps
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41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
14
18
17
25
32
T8
T8
T8
T8
24
36
48
17.91
23.78
35.78
47.78
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
21665
FO13/730/ECO
30
20000
3000
75
830
745
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21666
FO13/735/ECO
30
20000
3500
75
830
745
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21667
FO13/741/ECO
30
20000
4100
75
830
745
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21918
FO17/730/ECO
30
20000
3000
75
1300
1170
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21636
FO17/730/XP/ECO
30
24000
3000
78
1325
1255
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21769
FO17/735/ECO
30
20000
3500
75
1300
1170
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21699
FO17/735/XP/ECO
30
24000
3500
78
1325
1255
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21770
FO17/741/ECO
30
20000
4100
75
1300
1170
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21637
FO17/741/XP/ECO
30
24000
4100
78
1325
1255
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21937
FO25/730/ECO
30
20000
3000
75
1950
1755
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21638
FO25/730/XP/ECO
30
24000
3000
78
2050
1945
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21941
FO25/735/ECO
30
20000
3500
75
1950
1755
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21698
FO25/735/XP/ECO
30
24000
3500
78
2050
1945
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21942
FO25/741/ECO
30
20000
4100
75
1950
1755
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21639
FO25/741/XP/ECO
30
24000
4100
78
2050
1945
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21700
FO25/765
30
20000
6500
75
2000
1800
1,2,8,20,21
21961
FO32/GOLD
10
20000
1700
1530
1,2,8,20,21,24
21234
FO32/AQUATIC/XP/ECO
30
24000
10000
52
1250
21997
FO32/730/ECO
30
20000
3000
75
2800
Base
Product
Number
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
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1,2,6,8,20,
21,22
2520
1,2,
6,8,20,21
22006
FO32/730/ECO/PALLET
1968
20000
3000
75
2800
2520
1,2,
6,8,20,21
21711
FO32/730/XP/ECO
30
24000
3000
78
2850
2705
21902
FO32/735/CVP
12
20000
3500
75
2800
2520
1,2,
6,8,21,22,23
1,2,8,
20,21
21998
FO32/735/ECO
30
20000
3500
75
2800
2520
1,2,
6,8,20,21
21945
FO32/735/ECO/PALLET
1968
20000
3500
75
2800
2520
1,2,
6,8,20,21
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T8 Med Bipin
T8 Single Pin
OCTRON® AND OCTRON® CURVALUME® FLUORESCENT LAMPS
OCTRON® 700 and 700 XP™ Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
32
48
T8
47.78
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
21678
FO32/735/SL
30
20000
3500
75
2745
2470
1,2,20,
21,25,26
22044
FO32/735/XP/ECO
30
24000
3500
78
2850
2705
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21981
FO32/741/CVP
12
20000
4100
75
2800
2520
Base
Product
Number
Med Bipin
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20,21
21999
FO32/741/ECO
30
20000
4100
75
2800
2520
1,2,
6,8,20,21
22181
FO32/741/ECO/CVP
12
20000
4100
75
2800
2520
22008
FO32/741/ECO/PALLET
1968
20000
4100
75
2800
2520
1,2,6,
8,20,21
1,2,
6,8,20,21
21712
FO32/741/XP/ECO
30
24000
4100
78
2850
2705
22141
FO32/750/ECO
30
20000
5000
75
2650
2385
1,2,
6,8,21,22,23
1,2,
6,8,20,21
22175
FO32/765/ECO
30
20000
6500
75
2700
2430
1,2,
6,8,20,21
40
59
T8
60
T8
96
59.61
94
Med Bipin
Single Pin
22102
FO40/730/ECO
30
20000
3000
75
3500
3150
1,2,6,
8,20,21
22103
FO40/735/ECO
30
20000
3500
75
3500
3150
1,2,6,
8,20,21
22104
FO40/741/ECO
30
20000
4100
75
3500
3150
1,2,6,
8,20,21
22030
FO96/730/ECO
24
15000
3000
75
5700
5130
1,2,
6,8,27
21737
FO96/735/ECO
24
15000
3500
75
5700
5130
1,2,
6,8,27
21736
FO96/741/ECO
24
15000
4100
75
5700
5130
1,2,
6,8,27
86
T8
96
93.91
Recessed DC
®
22041
FO96/735/HO
24
18000
3500
75
8000
7200
1,2,8
22042
FO96/741/HO
24
18000
4100
75
8000
7200
1,2,8
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
®
OCTRON 800, 800 XP™ and 800 XPS Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
17
24
T8
23.78
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Med Bipin
22135
FO17/830/ECO
30
20000
3000
82
1350
1240
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21785
FO17/830/XP/ECO
30
24000
3000
85
1375
1305
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22150
FO17/830/XPS/ECO
30
30000
3000
85
1400
1340
1,2,6,
8,21,28,31
22136
FO17/835/ECO
30
20000
3500
82
1350
1240
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21778
FO17/835/XP/ECO
30
24000
3500
85
1375
1305
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22151
FO17/835/XPS/ECO
30
30000
3500
85
1400
1340
1,2,6,
8,21,28,31
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T8 Med Bipin
OCTRON® AND OCTRON® CURVALUME® FLUORESCENT LAMPS
OCTRON® lamps are T8 fluorescent lamps designed to be operated on dedicated magnetic rapid start or electronic instant start, rapid start or programmed rapid
start (also known as programmed start) ballasts. OCTRON lamps may be operated on electronic instant start ballasts with ballast factors ranging from .71 to
1.20 at the nominal ballast input voltage. For details on various lamp/ballast system combinations, please refer to the Systems Performance Guide in the “SYLVANIA QUICKTRONIC® Ballast Technology & Specification Guide”.
OCTRON® 800, 800 XP™ and 800 XPS® Lamps
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41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
17
24
25
28
30
32
T8
T8
T8
T8
T8
36
48
48
48
23.78
35.78
47.78
47.78
47.78
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
22137
FO17/841/ECO
30
20000
4100
82
1350
1240
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21907
FO17/841/XP/ECO
30
24000
4100
85
1375
1305
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22152
FO17/841/XPS/ECO
30
30000
4100
85
1400
1340
1,2,6,
8,21,28,31
22138
FO25/830/ECO
30
20000
3000
82
2150
1975
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21910
FO25/830/XP/ECO
30
24000
3000
85
2175
2065
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22153
FO25/830/XPS/ECO
30
30000
3000
85
2200
2090
1,2,6,
8,21,28,31
22139
FO25/835/ECO
30
20000
3500
82
2150
1975
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21776
FO25/835/XP/ECO
30
24000
3500
85
2175
2065
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22154
FO25/835/XPS/ECO
30
30000
3500
85
2200
2090
1,2,6,
8,21,28,31
22140
FO25/841/ECO
30
20000
4100
82
2150
1975
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21774
FO25/841/XP/ECO
30
24000
4100
85
2175
2065
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22155
FO25/841/XPS/ECO
30
30000
4100
85
2200
2090
1,2,6,
8,21,28,31
22177
FO28/830/XP/SS/ECO
30
18000
3000
82
2725
2560
1,2,6,
22,23,29,30
22178
FO28/835/XP/SS/ECO
30
18000
3500
82
2725
2560
1,2,6,
22,23,29,30
22179
FO28/841/XP/SS/ECO
30
18000
4100
82
2725
2560
1,2,6,
22,23,29,30
22063
FO30/830/XP/SS/ECO
30
18000
3000
82
2850
2680
1,2,6,
22,23,29,30
22060
FO30/835/XP/SS/ECO
30
18000
3500
82
2850
2680
1,2,6,
22,23,29,30
22062
FO30/841/XP/SS/ECO
30
18000
4100
82
2850
2680
1,2,6,
22,23,29,30
22039
FO32/827/XP/ECO
30
24000
2700
84
3000
2850
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21777
FO32/830/ECO
30
20000
3000
82
2950
2710
Base
Product
Number
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
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1,2,
6,8,20,21
21759
FO32/830/XP/ECO
30
24000
3000
85
3000
2850
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21680
FO32/830/XPS/ECO
30
30000
3000
85
3100
2945
1,2,6,
8,14,21,28,31
21779
FO32/835/ECO
30
20000
3500
82
2950
2710
1,2,
6,8,20,21
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T8 Single Pin
OCTRON® AND OCTRON® CURVALUME® FLUORESCENT LAMPS
OCTRON® 800, 800 XP™ and 800 XPS® Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
32
48
T8
47.78
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Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
21763
FO32/835/XP/ECO
30
24000
3500
85
3000
2850
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21697
FO32/835/XPS/ECO
30
30000
3500
85
3100
2945
1,2,6,
8,14,21,28,31
21676
FO32835PLT 1776/CS 1/SKU
1776
20000
3500
82
2950
2714
Base
Product
Number
Med Bipin
1,2,8,
20,21
21781
FO32/841/ECO
30
20000
4100
82
2950
2710
1,2,
6,8,20,21
40
55
T8
T8
60
96
59.61
94
Med Bipin
Single Pin
21767
FO32/841/XP/ECO
30
24000
4100
85
3000
2850
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
21681
FO32/841/XPS/ECO
30
30000
4100
85
3150
2990
1,2,6,
8,14,21,28,31
22143
FO32/850/ECO
30
20000
5000
80
2800
2576
1,2,6,
8,20,21
22026
FO32/850/XP/ECO
30
24000
5000
85
3000
2850
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22144
FO40/830/ECO
30
20000
3000
82
3650
3473
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21912
FO40/830/XP/ECO
30
24000
3000
85
3750
3560
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22145
FO40/835/ECO
30
20000
3500
82
3650
3473
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21911
FO40/835/XP/ECO
30
24000
3500
85
3750
3560
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22146
FO40/841/ECO
30
20000
4100
82
3650
3473
1,2,6,
8,20,21
21916
FO40/841/XP/ECO
30
24000
4100
85
3750
3560
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
22099
FO96/830/XP/SS/ECO
24
18000
3000
82
5700
5415
1,2,6,
34,35
22100
FO96/835/XP/SS/ECO
24
18000
3500
82
5700
5415
1,2,6,
34,35
22101
FO96/841/XP/SS/ECO
24
18000
4100
82
5700
5415
1,2,6,
34,35
59
T8
96
94
Single Pin
22147
FO96/830/ECO
24
15000
3000
82
5900
5428
1,2,
6,8,36
22036
FO96/830/XP/ECO
24
18000
3000
85
6100
5795
22148
FO96/835/ECO
24
15000
3500
82
5900
5428
1,2,6,
8,14,22,35
1,2,6,
8,36
21740
FO96/835/XP
24
18000
3500
85
6100
5795
1,2,8,14,
22,35
22034
FO96/835/XP/ECO
24
18000
3500
85
6100
5795
1,2,6,
8,14,22,35
22149
FO96/841/ECO
24
15000
4100
82
5900
5428
1,2,
6,8,36
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22025
FO96/841/XP
24
18000
4100
85
6100
5795
1,2,8,14,
22,35
22032
FO96/841/XP/ECO
24
18000
4100
85
6100
5795
1,2,6,
8,14,22,35
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T8 Med Bipin
T8 U-Shaped (leg spacing of 1-5/8" )
OCTRON® AND OCTRON® CURVALUME® FLUORESCENT LAMPS
OCTRON® 800, 800 XP™ and 800 XPS® Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
59
96
T8
94
Base
Product
Number
Single Pin
22173
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
FO96/850/ECO
24
15000
5000
80
5900
5428
|
|
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1,2,
6,8,36
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
86
T8
96
93.91
Recessed DC
22174
FO96/850/XP/ECO
24
18000
5000
85
5900
5605
1,2,6,
8,22,27
22037
FO96/835/HO
24
18000
3500
84
8200
7380
1,2,8
22040
FO96/841/HO
24
18000
4100
80
8200
7380
1,2,8
OCTRON® 5000K And 6500K for Displays, Signage and Backlighting
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
14
18
T8
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
21731
FO13/865/XP/ECO
30
24000
6500
85
850
805
Med Bipin
21868
FO14/950/20in
30
20000
5000
90
750
638
Base
Product
Number
17.91
Med Bipin
20
19.78
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
1,2,8,20,21
15
T8
20
19.78
Med Bipin
21716
FO14/865/XP/ECO
30
24000
6500
85
1000
950
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
16
T8
10.5
10.60
Med Bipin
21726
FBO16/865XP
15
24000
6500
85
1125
1069
1,2,8,21,22,
23,37,38
17
T8
24
23.78
Med Bipin
21871
FO17/950/24in
30
20000
5000
90
800
680
21718
FO17/865/XP/ECO
30
24000
6500
85
1250
1188
21869
FO21/950/30in
30
20000
5000
90
1000
850
21730
FO21/865/XP/ECO
30
24000
6500
85
1600
1520
21
25
28
32
40
T8
T8
T8
T8
T8
30
36
40
48
60
29.78
35.78
39.78
47.78
59.61
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
21872
FO25/950/36in
30
20000
5000
90
1250
1063
21719
FO25/865/XP/ECO
30
24000
6500
85
2000
1900
21870
FO28/950/40in
30
20000
5000
90
1800
1530
21727
FO28/865/XP/ECO
30
24000
6500
85
2250
2138
21880
FO32/950/48in
30
20000
5000
90
1800
1530
21720
FO32/865/XP/ECO
30
24000
6500
85
2850
2708
21873
FO40/950/60in
30
20000
5000
90
2200
1870
21721
FO40/865/XP/ECO
30
24000
6500
85
3650
3468
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1,2,8,20,21
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
1,2,8,20,21
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
1,2,8,20,21
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
1,2,8,20,21
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
1,2,8,20,21
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
1,2,8,20,21
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23
OCTRON® CURVALUME® U-Shaped Lamps, 1 5/8" Leg Spacing
The OCTRON® CURVALUME® lamps are made to the same color standards and may be used in combination with other SYLVANIA OCTRON lamps to meet the
needs of lighting installations where OCTRON T8 systems are used. Since Curvalume and linear OCTRON lamps of the same/similar wattages operate on the
ballasts, the types of ballasts used in an installation can be minimized. When OCTRON FBO31 lamps are used in 2x2 luminaires, the 2x2 luminaires can deliver
light levels similar to 2x4 luminaires with the same number of linear OCTRON lamps. The nominal length of the CURVALUME lamp is measured from base face
to the outside of the glass bend.
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
16
10.5
T8
10.60
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
21834
FBO16/830
15
20000
3000
82
1125
1035
1,2,8,20,21,
37,38
21835
FBO16/835
15
20000
3500
82
1125
1035
1,2,8,20,21,
37,38
Base
Med Bipin
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Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Product
Number
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
T8 U-Shaped (leg spacing of 1-5/8" )
T8 U-Shaped (leg spacing of 6")
OCTRON® AND OCTRON® CURVALUME® FLUORESCENT LAMPS
OCTRON® CURVALUME® U-Shaped Lamps, 1 5/8" Leg Spacing
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
16
10.5
24
31
T8
T8
T8
16.5
22.5
10.60
16.6
22.6
Ordering Abbreviation
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
21836
FBO16/841
15
20000
4100
82
1125
1035
1,2,8,20,21,
37,38
21726
FBO16/865XP
15
24000
6500
85
1125
1069
1,2,8,21,22,
23,37,38
21874
FBO24/830
15
20000
3000
82
1925
1771
1,2,8,20,21,
37,38
21875
FBO24/835
15
20000
3500
82
1925
1771
1,2,8,20,21,
37,38
21876
FBO24/841
15
20000
4100
82
1925
1771
1,2,8,20,21,
37,38
21877
FBO31/830
15
20000
3000
82
2725
2507
1,2,8,
20,21,37,38
21693
FBO31/830/XP/ECO
15
24000
3000
85
2775
2636
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23,37,38
21878
FBO31/835
15
20000
3500
82
2725
2507
1,2,8,
20,21,37,38
21695
FBO31/835/XP/ECO
15
24000
3500
85
2775
2636
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23,37,38
21879
FBO31/841
15
20000
3500
82
2725
2507
1,2,8,
20,21,37,38
21696
FBO31/841/XP/ECO
15
24000
4100
85
2775
2636
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23,37,38
21926
FBO31/841XP
15
24000
4100
85
2775
2636
1,2,8,21,22,
23,37,38
21819
FBO31/750
15
20000
5000
75
2600
2340
1,2,8,
20,21,37,38
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
Base
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
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Pkg
Qty
Product
Number
OCTRON® CURVALUME® U-Shaped Lamps, 6" Leg Spacing
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
30
22.5
32
T8
T8
22.5
22.6
22.6
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Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Med Bipin
22170
FBO30/830XP/6/SS/ECO
16
18000
3000
82
2800
2632
1,2,6,
22,23,29,30,37
22171
FBO30/835XP/6/SS/ECO
16
18000
3500
82
2800
2632
1,2,6,
22,23,29,30,37
22172
FBO30/841XP/6/SS/ECO
16
18000
4100
82
2800
2632
1,2,6,
22,23,29,30,37
22046
FBO32/730/6/ECO
16
20000
3000
75
2750
2475
1,2,
6,8,20,21,37
21970
FBO32/830/6
16
20000
3000
82
2850
2622
1,2,8,
20,21,37
21663
FBO32/830/6/ECO
16
20000
3000
82
2850
2622
1,2,6,
8,20,21,37
22054
FBO32/830XP/6/ECO
16
24000
3000
85
2900
2755
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23,37
22094
FBO32/830XPS/6/ECO
16
24000
3000
85
3000
2850
1,2,6,
8,21,37,39,40
22051
FBO32/735/6/ECO
16
20000
3500
75
2750
2475
1,2,
6,8,20,21,37
Med Bipin
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
119
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
T8 U-Shaped (leg spacing of 6")
T5 Mini Bipin
OCTRON® AND OCTRON® CURVALUME® FLUORESCENT LAMPS
OCTRON® CURVALUME® U-Shaped Lamps, 6" Leg Spacing
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
32
22.5
T8
22.6
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
21670
FBO32/835/6/ECO
16
20000
3500
82
2850
2622
1,2,6,
8,20,21,37
21984
FBO32/835XP/6
16
24000
3500
85
2900
2755
1,2,8,21,22,
23,37
22055
FBO32/835XP/6/ECO
16
24000
3500
85
2900
2755
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23,37
22095
FBO32/835XPS/6/ECO
16
24000
3500
85
3000
2850
1,2,6,
8,21,37,39,40
22052
FBO32/741/6/ECO
16
20000
4100
75
2750
2475
1,2,
6,8,20,21,37
21671
FBO32/841/6/ECO
16
20000
4100
82
2850
2622
1,2,6,
8,20,21,37
22057
FBO32/841XP/6/ECO
16
24000
4100
85
2900
2755
1,2,6,
8,21,22,23,37
22096
FBO32/841XPS/6/ECO
16
24000
4100
85
3000
2850
1,2,6,
8,21,37,39,40
22053
FBO32/750/6/ECO
16
20000
5000
75
2625
2363
1,2,
6,8,20,21,37
Base
Product
Number
Med Bipin
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
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PENTRON® T5 LAMPS
PENTRON® T5 lamps are designed to operate on dedicated electronic programmed rapid start (also known as programmed start) ballasts only. These lamps are
globally standardized and are designed to operate with their peak light output at 35°C (95°F) ambient temperature. For comparison purposes and to accommodate existing lamp measurement standards, ratings are given at both 25°C (77°F) and 35°C (95°F). The new lamp dimensions allow for innovative fixture
designs and improved fixture performance. A PENTRON Fixture Design Guide is available on request.
PENTRON® High Performance T5 Lamps
45
Avg
Nominal
Wattage
Bulb
Nominal
Length
(in)
14
T5
24
MOL
(in)
Base
Product
Number
22.2
Mini Bipin 20810
20907
21
T5
36
34
Pkg
Qty
FP14/830
40
20000
3000
82
1200
1350
1116
1256
FP14/830/ECO
40
20000
3000
82
1200
1350
1116
1256
CCT
(K)
CRI
FP14/835
40
20000
3500
82
1200
1350
1116
1256
20908
FP14/835/ECO
40
20000
3500
82
1200
1350
1116
1256
20822
FP14/841
40
20000
4100
82
1200
1350
1116
1256
20914
FP14/841/ECO
40
20000
4100
82
1200
1350
1116
1256
20919
FP21/830
40
20000
3000
82
1900
2100
1767
1953
FP21/830/ECO
40
20000
3000
82
1900
2100
1767
1953
20832
FP21/835
40
20000
3500
82
1900
2100
1767
1953
20921
FP21/835/ECO
40
20000
3500
82
1890
2100
1767
1953
1900
2100
1767
1953
20835
120
Ordering Abbreviation
20812
Mini Bipin 20823
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Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean
@25°C/77°F Symbols &
(@35°C/95°F) Footnotes
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
FP21/841
40
20000
4100
82
|
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1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
T5 Mini Bipin
PENTRON® T5 LAMPS
PENTRON® High Performance T5 Lamps
45
Avg
Nominal
Wattage
Bulb
Nominal
Length
(in)
21
T5
36
28
35
T5
T5
48
60
MOL
(in)
Base
34
Mini Bipin 20924
45.8
57.6
Product
Number
Mini Bipin 20838
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
FP21/841/ECO
40
20000
CCT
(K)
CRI
4100
82
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean
@25°C/77°F Symbols &
(@35°C/95°F) Footnotes
1890
2100
1767
1953
1,2,6,
8,9,11
FP28/60[RED]
40
10000
2100
1,2,8,9,11
20839
FP28/66[GREEN]
40
10000
3500
1,2,8,9,11
20840
FP28/67[BLUE]
40
10000
700
1,2,8,9,11
20836
FP28/830
40
20000
3000
82
2600
2900
2418
2697
20868
FP28/830/ECO
40
20000
3000
82
2600
2900
2418
2697
20841
FP28/835
40
20000
3500
82
2600
2900
2418
2697
20901
FP28/835/ECO
40
20000
3500
82
2600
2900
2418
2697
20842
FP28/841
40
20000
4100
82
2600
2900
2418
2697
20902
FP28/841/ECO
40
20000
4100
82
2600
2900
2418
2697
Mini Bipin 20843
20925
FP35/830
40
20000
3000
82
3300
3650
3069
3394
FP35/830/ECO
40
20000
3000
82
3300
3650
3069
3394
20844
FP35/835
40
20000
3500
82
3300
3650
3069
3394
20926
FP35/835/ECO
40
20000
3500
82
3300
3650
3069
3394
20845
FP35/841
40
20000
4100
82
3300
3650
3069
3394
20927
FP35/841/ECO
40
20000
4100
82
3300
3650
3069
3394
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F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
PENTRON® High Output, High Performance T5 Lamps
45
Avg
Nominal
Wattage
Bulb
Nominal
Length
(in)
24
T5
24
MOL
(in)
Base
Product
Number
22.2
Mini Bipin 20846
20928
39
T5
36
34
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
FP24/830/HO
40
20000
3000
82
1750
2000
1627
1860
FP24/830/HO/ECO
40
20000
3000
82
1750
2000
1627
1860
CCT
(K)
CRI
20852
FP24/835/HO
40
20000
3500
82
1750
2000
1627
1860
20929
FP24/835/HO/ECO
40
20000
3500
82
1760
2000
1627
1860
20853
FP24/841/HO
40
20000
4100
82
1750
2000
1627
1860
20931
FP24/841/HO/ECO
40
20000
4100
82
1760
2000
1627
1860
3100
3500
2883
3255
Mini Bipin 20854
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean
@25°C/77°F Symbols &
(@35°C/95°F) Footnotes
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
FP39/830/HO
40
20000
3000
82
|
|
|
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1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
121
T5 Mini Bipin
Circline 4-Pin T5
PENTRON® T5 LAMPS
PENTRON® High Output, High Performance T5 Lamps
45
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
Avg
Nominal
Wattage
Bulb
Nominal
Length
(in)
39
T5
36
54
T5
48
MOL
(in)
Base
34
Mini Bipin 20932
45.8
Product
Number
60
57.6
FP39/830/HO/ECO
40
20000
CCT
(K)
CRI
3000
82
3100
3500
2883
3255
FP39/835/HO
40
20000
3500
82
3100
3500
2883
3255
20933
FP39/835/HO/ECO
40
20000
3500
82
3100
3500
2883
3255
20856
FP39/841/HO
40
20000
4100
82
3100
3500
2883
3255
20934
FP39/841/HO/ECO
40
20000
4100
82
3100
3500
2883
3255
Mini Bipin 20857
FP54/830/HO
40
20000
3000
82
4450
5000
4138
4650
FP54/830/HO/ECO
40
20000
3000
82
4450
5000
4138
4650
20858
FP54/835/HO
40
20000
3500
82
4450
5000
4138
4650
20904
FP54/835/HO/ECO
40
20000
3500
82
4450
5000
4138
4650
1,2,6,
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
FP54/841/HO
40
20000
4100
82
4450
5000
4138
4650
20906
FP54/841/HO/ECO
40
20000
4100
82
4450
5000
4138
4650
8,9,11
4050
5000
3766
4418
8,9,11
Mini Bipin 20863
20935
FP54/860/HO/ECO
40
20000
6000
82
FP80/830/HO
40
20000
3000
82
6150
7000
5719
6510
FP80/830/HO/ECO
40
20000
3000
82
6150
7000
5719
6510
20864
FP80/835/HO
40
20000
3500
82
6150
7000
5719
6510
20936
FP80/835/HO/ECO
40
20000
3500
82
6150
7000
5719
6510
20865
FP80/841/HO
40
20000
4100
82
6150
7000
5719
6510
20937
FP80/841/HO/ECO
40
20000
4100
82
6150
7000
5719
6510
|
|
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8,9,11
20860
20862
T5
Pkg
Qty
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean
@25°C/77°F Symbols &
(@35°C/95°F) Footnotes
20855
20903
80
Ordering Abbreviation
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
1,2,6,
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
1,2,8,9,11
1,2,6,
8,9,11
PENTRON® Circline T5 Lamps
46
Nominal
Wattage
22
40
Avg
Bulb
Outside
Diameter (in)
Base
T5
8.66 - 9.06
2GX13
T5
11.54 - 12.01
2GX13
Product
Number
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
20702
FPC22/830
12
12000
3000
82
1800
1585
1,2,8,9,11
20712
FPC22/835
12
12000
3500
82
1800
1585
1,2,8,9,11
20715
FPC22/841
12
12000
4100
82
1800
1585
1,2,8,9,11
20731
FPC40/830
12
12000
3000
82
3200
2815
1,2,8,9,11
20732
FPC40/835
12
12000
3500
82
3200
2815
1,2,8,9,11
20733
FPC40/841
12
12000
4100
82
3200
2815
1,2,8,9,11
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122
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
|
|
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
Circline 4-Pin T5
T12 Med Bipin
PENTRON® T5 LAMPS
PENTRON® Circline T5 Lamps
46
Nominal
Wattage
55
Avg
Bulb
Outside
Diameter (in)
Base
T5
11.54 - 12.01
2GX13
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
20741
FPC55/830/HO
12
12000
3000
82
4000
3520
1,2,8,9,11
20750
FPC55/835/HO
12
12000
3500
82
4000
3520
1,2,8,9,11
20751
FPC55/841/HO
12
12000
4100
82
4000
3520
1,2,8,9,11
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RAPID START LAMPS
3' SUPERSAVER® Rapid Start Lamps
Rapid start lamps, 3-foot and 4-foot in length, are typically designated by their wattage: e.g. F40 = Fluorescent 40W. Therefore, lamps previously designated as
F30T12/RS/SS, F40/SS and FB40/SS energy saving types will now be designated as F25T12/RS/SS, F34/SS and FB34/SS, respectively, to comply with standard
lamp designation nomenclature for these families of lamps.
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
Product
Number
25
36
Med Bipin
23451
T12
35.78
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
F25T12/D30/RS/SS
formerly F30T12/D30/RS/SS
30
18000
3000
70
2050
1804
23473
F25T12/WW/RS/SS
formerly F30T12/WW/RS/SS
30
18000
3000
52
1975
1679
23485
F25T12/D35/RS/SS
formerly F30T12/D35/RS/SS
30
18000
3500
70
2050
1804
23472
F25T12/CW/RS/SS
formerly F30T12/CW/RS/SS
30
18000
4200
62
1925
1636
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
Ordering Abbreviation
|
|
|
1,2,42
1,2,42
1,2,42
1,2,42
3' Standard Rapid Start Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
30
36
Med Bipin
T12
35.78
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
23474
F30T12/D830/RS
30
18000
3000
80
2290
2061
23490
F30T12/WW/RP
6
18000
3000
52
2275
1934
1,2,8,43
23482
F30T12/WW/RS
30
18000
3000
52
2275
1934
1,2,8,43
23484
F30T12/D35/RS
30
18000
3500
70
2250
1980
1,2,8,43
23139
F30T12/D835/RS
30
18000
3500
80
2290
2061
1,2,8,43
23477
F30T12/CWX/RS
30
18000
4100
87
1600
1360
1,2,8,43
23488
F30T12/D41/RS
30
18000
4100
70
2250
1980
23493
F30T12/CW/RP
6
18000
4200
62
2200
1870
1,2,8,43
23476
F30T12/CW/RS
30
18000
4200
62
2200
1870
1,2,8,43
23487
F30T12/CW/RS/UPC
30
18000
4200
62
2200
1870
1,2,8,43
23478
F30T12/D/RS
30
18000
6500
76
1900
1615
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
|
|
|
1,2,8,43
1,2,8,43
1,2,8,43
4' SUPERSAVER® Rapid Start Lamps
|
|
|
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
Product
Number
34
48
Med Bipin
24535
F34/D30/SS/ECO
formerly F40/D30/SS/ECO
30
20000
3000
70
2800
2520
1,2,6,
43,44,45,46
24589
F34/D830/SS
formerly F40/D830/SS
30
20000
3000
80
2900
2610
1,2,43,
44,45,46
24544
F34/D830/SS/ECO
formerly F40/D830/SS/ECO
30
20000
3000
80
2900
2610
1,2,
6,43,44,45,46
24595
F34WW/SS
formerly F40WW/SS
30
20000
3000
52
2750
2365
T12
47.78
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
1,2,43,44,45,
46
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
123
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
T12 Med Bipin
RAPID START LAMPS
4' SUPERSAVER® Rapid Start Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
Product
Number
34
48
Med Bipin
24538
24591
T12
47.78
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
F34WW/SS/ECO
formerly F40WW/SS/ECO
30
20000
3000
52
2750
2365
F34W/SS
formerly F40W/SS
30
20000
3450
57
2750
2365
24585
F34/D35/SS
formerly F40/D35/SS
30
20000
3500
70
2800
2520
1,2,43,
44,45,46
24522
F34/D35/SS/CVP
formerly F40/D35/SS/CVP
10
20000
3500
70
2800
2520
1,2,43,
44,45,46
24540
F34/D35/SS/ECO
formerly F40/D35/SS/ECO
30
20000
3500
70
2800
2520
1,2,6,
43,44,45,46
24547
F34/D835/SS/ECO
formerly F40/D835/SS/ECO
30
20000
3500
80
2900
2610
1,2,
6,43,44,45,46
24542
F34/D41/SS/ECO
formerly F40/D41/SS/ECO
30
20000
4100
70
2800
2520
1,2,6,
43,44,45,46
24554
F34/D841/SS/ECO
formerly F40/D841/SS/ECO
30
20000
4100
80
2900
2610
1,2,
6,43,44,45,46
24588
F34CWX/SS
formerly F40CWX/SS
30
20000
4100
87
1925
1656
F34LW/SS
formerly F40LW/SS
30
24566
F34LW/SS/ECO
formerly F40LW/SS/ECO
30
24508
24590
Ordering Abbreviation
|
|
|
1,2,6,
43,44,45,46
1,2,43,44,45,
46
1,2,43,44,45,
46
20000
4150
48
2825
2430
1,2,43,44,45,
46
20000
4150
48
2825
2430
F34CW/RS/SS/672PLT
672
formerly F40CW/RS/SS/672PLT
20000
4200
62
2650
2279
F34CW/SS
formerly F40CW/SS
30
20000
F34CW/SS/10
formerly F40CW/SS/10
10
F34CW/SS/CVP
formerly F40/CW/SS/CVP
10
24596
F34CW/SS/ECO
formerly F40CW/SS/ECO
30
20000
4200
62
2650
2279
1,2,6,
43,44,45,46
24396
F34CW/SS/SL
formerly F40CW/SS/SL
30
20000
4200
62
2600
2235
1,2,25,26,43,
44,45
28012
F34CW/SS/UPC
formerly F40CW/SS/UPC
30
20000
4200
62
2650
2279
24706
F34/D865/SS
formerly F40/D865/SS
30
20000
6500
80
2650
2385
24599
F34/DX/SS
formerly F40/DX/SS
30
20000
6500
88
1930
1565
24594
24516
24524
1,2,6,
43,44,45,46
1,2,43,44,45,
46
4200
62
2650
2279
1,2,43,44,45,
46
20000
4200
62
2650
2279
1,2,43,44,45,
46
20000
4200
62
2650
2279
1,2,43,44,45,
46
1,2,43,44,45,
46
1,2,43,
44,45,46
1,2,43,44,45,
46
4' Standard Rapid Start Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
40
48
T12
47.78
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
24673
F40/GO
10
20000
24454
F40IF
30
20000
Base
Med Bipin
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Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Product
Number
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
1980
2750
89
1480
|
|
|
1,2,8,43,44,46,
47
1273
1,2,8,43,44,
46,47
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
T12 Med Bipin
T12 U-Shaped (leg spacing of 3-5/8" or 6")
RAPID START LAMPS
4' Standard Rapid Start Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
40
48
T12
47.78
|
|
|
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
24521
F40/D30/ECO
30
20000
3000
70
3200
2880
1,2,
6,8,43,44,46,47
24543
F40/D830/ECO
30
20000
3000
80
3300
2970
1,2,
6,8,43,44,46,47
24537
F40/D35/ECO
30
20000
3500
70
3200
2880
1,2,
6,8,43,44,46,47
24546
F40/D835/ECO
30
20000
3500
80
3300
2970
1,2,
6,8,43,44,46,47
24438
F40N
30
20000
3600
86
2100
1806
1,2,8,43,44,
46,47
24584
F40/D41
30
20000
4100
70
3200
2880
1,2,8,
43,44,46,47
24541
F40/D41/ECO
30
20000
4100
70
3200
2880
1,2,
6,8,43,44,46,47
24553
F40/D841/ECO
30
20000
4100
80
3300
2970
1,2,
6,8,43,44,46,47
24442
F40CWX
10
20000
4100
87
2150
1849
1,2,8,43,44,
46,47
24441
F40CWX
30
20000
4100
87
2150
1849
1,2,8,43,44,
46,47
24683
F40DSGN50
30
20000
5000
90
2200
1892
1,2,8,43,44,
46,47
24570
F40/D865
30
20000
6500
80
3000
2700
1,2,8,
43,44,46,47
24477
F40/DX
30
20000
6500
88
2180
1770
1,2,8,43,44,
46,47
Base
Product
Number
Med Bipin
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
CURVALUME® Rapid Start SUPERSAVER® - U-Shaped, 6" Leg Spacing
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
Product
Number
34
22.5
Med Bipin
24063
T12
22.6
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
FB34/D30/6/SS
formerly FB40/D30/6/SS
12
18000
3000
70
2730
24047
FB34/WW/6/SS
formerly FB40/WW/6/SS
12
18000
3000
52
2650
2279
24052
FB34/WW/6/SS/ECO
formelry FB40/WW/6/SS/ECO
12
18000
3000
52
2650
2279
24062
FB34/WW/6/SS/UPC
formerly FB40/WW/6/SS
12
18000
3000
52
2650
2279
24065
FB34/D35/6/SS
formerly FB40/D35/SS
12
18000
3500
70
2730
2457
FB34/D41/6/SS
formerly FB40/D41/SS
12
24049
FB34/LW/6/SS
formerly FB40/LW/6/SS
12
18000
4150
48
2800
2408
1,2,43,45
24046
FB34/CW/6/SS
formerly FB40/CW/6/SS
12
18000
4200
62
2600
2236
1,2,43,45
24054
FB34/CW/6/SS/ECO
formerly FB40/CW/6/SS/ECO
12
18000
4200
62
2600
2236
24067
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Ordering Abbreviation
2457
|
|
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1,2,43,
45
1,2,43,45
1,2,6,
43,45
1,2,43,45
1,2,43,
45
18000
4100
70
2730
2457
1,2,43,
45
1,2,6,
43,45
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
125
T12 Med Bipin
Circline 4-Pin T9
T12 RDC
RAPID START LAMPS
CURVALUME® Rapid Start SUPERSAVER® - U-Shaped, 6" Leg Spacing
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
Product
Number
34
22.5
Med Bipin
24059
T12
22.6
Ordering Abbreviation
FB34/CW/6/SS/UPC
formerly FB40/CW/SS/6
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
12
18000
4200
62
2600
2236
|
|
|
1,2,43,45
CURVALUME® Rapid Start Standard Lamps - U-Shaped, 6" Leg Spacing
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
40
22.5
T12
22.6
Base
Product
Number
Med Bipin
24080
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
FB40/D30/6
12
18000
3000
70
3050
2745
|
|
|
1,2,8,
43
24017
FB40/D830/6
12
18000
3000
80
3200
2880
1,2,8,
43
24081
FB40/D35/6
12
18000
3500
70
3050
2745
1,2,8,
43
24004
FB40/CWX/6
12
18000
4100
87
2100
1806
24082
FB40/D41/6
12
18000
4100
70
3050
2745
1,2,8,43
1,2,8,
43
Circline T9 Rapid Start Lamps
46
Nominal
Wattage
Avg
Bulb
Outside
Diameter (in)
20
T9
22
T9
30
T9
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial
Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
20155
FC6T9/WW/RS
12
8000
3000
52
800
696
1,2,8,48
20156
FC6T9/CW/RS
12
8000
4200
62
750
653
1,2,8,48
20209
FC8T9/DWW/RP
6
12000
3000
70
1100
990
20088
FC8T9/WW/RS
12
12000
3000
52
1050
914
1,2,8,48
20148
FC8T9/CW/RS
12
12000
4200
62
1050
914
1,2,8,48
20151
FC8T9/CW/RS/6 PACK
6
12000
4200
62
1050
914
1,2,8,48
20080
FC8T9/D/RS
12
12000
6500
76
900
783
20210
FC8T9/830/EL
6
10000
3000
80
1850
1591
Base
Product
Number
6.25-6.75
4 Pin
8.00-8.50
4 Pin
8.00-8.50
4 Pin
|
|
|
1,2,8,48
1,2,8,48
1,2,3,16,17,
49
32
40
T9
11.50-12.0
T9
15.5-16
4 Pin
4 Pin
20233
FC12T9/DWW/RP
6
15000
3000
70
2100
1806
20037
FC12T9/WW/RS
12
15000
3000
52
1950
1697
1,2,8,48
1,2,8,48
20142
FC12T9/CW/RS
12
15000
4200
62
1925
1675
1,2,8,48
20143
FC12T9/CW/RS/6 PACK
6
15000
4200
62
1925
1675
1,2,8,48
20030
FC12T9/D/RS
12
15000
6500
76
1650
1436
20057
FC16T9/WW/RS
12
18000
3000
52
2800
2436
1,2,8,48
20132
FC16T9/CW/RS
12
18000
4200
62
2750
2393
1,2,8,48
20072
FC16T9/D/RS
12
18000
6500
76
2350
2045
1,2,8,48
1,2,8,48
®
High Output (800mA) Rapid Start SUPERSAVER Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
55
T12
48
46
95
T12
96
93.91
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
25137
F48T12D35/HO/SS
30
12000
3500
70
3750
3375
25008
F96T12/D830/HO/SS
15
12000
3000
80
8750
8050
Product
Number
Recessed DC
Recessed DC
Base
|
|
|
1,2,50,51
1,2,50,
51
25011
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126
F96T12/WW/HO/SS
15
12000
3000
52
7700
6237
1,2,50,51
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
T12 RDC
RAPID START LAMPS
High Output (800mA) Rapid Start SUPERSAVER® Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
95
96
T12
93.91
Base
Product
Number
Recessed DC
25024
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
F96T12/D35/HO/SS
15
12000
3500
48
8350
7515
|
|
|
1,2,50,
51
25001
F96T12/CW/HO/SS/ECO
15
12000
4050
62
8000
6480
25023
F96T12/D41/HO/SS
15
12000
4100
70
8350
7515
1,2,6,50,51
1,2,50,
51
25025
F96T12/LW/HO/SS
15
12000
4150
48
8000
6480
1,2,50,51
25010
F96T12/CW/HO/SS
15
12000
4200
62
8000
6480
1,2,50,51
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
High Output (800mA) Rapid Start Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
Product
Number
25
T12
18
15.91
Recessed DC
25303
F18T12/DSGN50/HO
30
9000
5000
90
850
740
35
T12
24
21.91
Recessed DC
25313
F24T12/CW/HO
30
9000
4200
62
1650
1337
25312
F24T12/DSGN50/HO
30
9000
5000
90
1200
1044
1,2,8
25314
F24T12/D/HO
30
9000
6500
76
1400
1134
1,2,8
1,2,8
1,2,8
42
T12
30
27.91
Recessed DC
25322
F30T12/CW/HO
30
9000
4200
62
2250
1825
1,2,8
45
T12
36
33.91
Recessed DC
25333
F36T12/CW/HO
30
9000
4200
62
2850
2309
1,2,8
25334
F36T12/DSGN50/HO
30
9000
5000
90
2100
1701
1,2,8
25332
F36T12/D/HO
30
9000
6500
76
2500
2025
1,2,8
55
60
75
80
85
T12
T12
T12
T12
T12
42
48
60
64
72
39.91
46
57.91
61.91
69.91
Recessed DC
Recessed DC
Recessed DC
Recessed DC
Recessed DC
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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25342
F42T12/CW/HO
30
9000
4200
62
3400
2754
25344
F42T12/DSGN50/HO
30
9000
5000
90
2550
2066
1,2,8
1,2,8
25343
F42T12/D/HO
30
9000
6500
76
3050
2471
1,2,8
25148
F48T12/D830/HO
30
12000
3000
80
4400
4048
1,2,8,51
25147
F48T12/WW/HO
30
12000
3000
52
4130
3345
25154
F48T12/D35/HO
30
12000
3500
70
4250
3825
1,2,8,51
25144
F48T12/CWX/HO
30
12000
4100
87
2800
2268
1,2,8,51
25136
F48T12/D41/HO
30
12000
4100
70
4250
3443
1,2,8,51
25146
F48T12/CW/HO
30
12000
4200
62
4050
3281
25122
F48T12/CW/HO/ECO
30
12000
4200
62
4050
3281
1,2,6,8,51
25153
F48T12/DSGN50/HO
30
12000
5000
90
3050
2471
1,2,8,51
25150
F48T12/D/HO
30
12000
6500
76
3600
2916
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,51
25127
F60T12/WW/HO
30
12000
3000
52
5250
4253
25128
F60T12/D35/HO
30
12000
3500
70
5600
5040
1,2,8,51
25126
F60T12/CW/HO
30
12000
4200
62
5200
4212
25119
F60T12/DSGN50/HO
30
12000
5000
90
3850
3119
25120
F60T12/D/HO
30
12000
6500
76
4600
3826
25352
F64T12/CW/HO
30
12000
4200
62
5750
4658
25355
F64T12/DSGN50/HO
30
12000
5000
90
4200
3402
1,2,8,51
25353
F64T12/D/HO
30
12000
6500
76
4900
3969
1,2,8,51
25097
F72T12/D30/HO
15
12000
3000
70
6650
5985
1,2,8,51,52
25098
F72T12/D830/HO
15
12000
3000
80
6750
6210
1,2,8,51,52
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,51
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
127
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
T12 RDC
RAPID START LAMPS
High Output (800mA) Rapid Start Lamps
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
85
72
Recessed DC
100
110
T12
T12
T12
84
96
69.91
81.91
93.91
Recessed DC
Recessed DC
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
25177
F72T12/WW/HO
15
12000
3000
52
6400
5184
27249
F72T12/D35/HO
15
12000
3500
70
6650
5985
1,2,8,51,52
25281
F72T12/D835/HO
15
12000
3500
80
6750
6210
1,2,8,51,52
25182
F72T12/N/HO
15
12000
3600
86
4400
3564
1,2,8,51,52
25187
F72T12/CWX/HO
15
12000
4100
87
4560
3694
1,2,8,51,52
27245
F72T12/D41/HO
15
12000
4100
70
6650
5985
1,2,8,51,52
25176
F72T12/CW/HO
15
12000
4200
62
6250
5063
25171
F72T12/CW/HO/ECO
15
12000
4200
62
6250
5063
1,2,6,8,52
25190
F72T12/DSGN50/HO
15
12000
5000
90
4600
3726
1,2,8,51
25189
F72T12/D/HO
15
12000
6500
76
5550
4496
1,2,8,51,52
|
|
|
1,2,8,51,52
1,2,8,51,52
25383
F84T12/D35/HO
15
12000
3500
70
7880
7092
25384
F84T12/CW/HO
15
12000
4200
62
7550
6115
1,2,8,51
25386
F84T12/DSGN50/HO
15
12000
5000
90
5600
4536
1,2,8,51
25385
F84T12/D/HO
15
12000
6500
76
6700
5427
1,2,8,51
25149
F96T12/D30/HO
15
12000
3000
70
9050
8145
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,
51
25152
F96T12/D830/HO
15
12000
3000
80
9400
8648
1,2,8,
51
25165
F96T12/D35/HO
15
12000
3500
70
9050
8145
1,2,8,
51
25166
F96T12/D835/HO
15
12000
3500
80
9400
8648
1,2,8,
51
25162
F96T12/N/HO
15
12000
3600
86
6050
4900
1,2,8,51
25158
F96T12/CWX/HO
15
12000
4100
87
6100
5307
1,2,8,51
25184
F96T12/D41/HO
15
12000
4100
70
9050
8145
1,2,8,
51
25114
F96T12/D841/HO
15
12000
4100
80
9400
8648
25129
F96T12/CW/HO/CT/ECO
15
12000
4200
62
8600
6966
1,2,8,51
1,2,6,8,51,
53
25164
F96T12/DSGN50/HO
15
12000
5000
90
6450
5225
25185
F96T12/D865/HO
15
12000
6500
80
8800
7920
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,
51
High Output (800mA) Rapid Start Lamps for Cold Temperature Operation
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
110
96
T12
93.91
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
25134
F96T12/CW/HO/COLD TEMP
15
12000
4200
62
8600
6966
1,2,8,51,53
25118
F96T12/CW/HO/COLD/10/CVP 10
12000
4200
62
8600
6966
1,2,8,51,53
25129
F96T12/CW/HO/CT/ECO
12000
4200
62
8600
6966
Base
Product
Number
Recessed DC
15
|
|
|
1,2,6,8,51,
53
25135
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128
F96T12/D/HO/COLD TEMP
15
12000
6500
76
7600
6156
1,2,8,51,53
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
T12 RDC
T8 Single Pin
T12 Single Pin
RAPID START LAMPS
Very High Output (1500mA) Rapid Start Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
115
48
Recessed DC
T12
46
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
|
|
|
25248
F48T12/CW/VHO
30
10000
4200
62
6600
4620
1,2,8,54
25249
F48T12/CW/VHO/LT
30
10000
4200
62
6750
5250
1,2,8,54,55,56
21260
F48T12/CW/VHO/PB/30
6
10000
4200
62
25244
F48T12/D/VHO
30
10000
6500
76
5600
3920
1,2,8,57
1,2,8,54
135
T12
60
57.91
Recessed DC
25262
F60T12/CW/VHO
30
10000
4200
62
8700
6090
1,2,8,54
141
T12
60
57.91
Recessed DC
25263
F60T12/CW/VHO/LT
30
10000
4200
62
8700
6090
1,2,8,54,55,56
160
T12
72
69.91
Recessed DC
195
T12
96
93.91
Recessed DC
215
T12
96
93.91
Recessed DC
25272
F72T12/CW/VHO
15
10000
4200
62
10600 7420
1,2,8,54
25274
F72T12/CW/VHO/LT
15
10000
4200
62
11000 7700
1,2,8,54,55,56
25270
F72T12/D/VHO
15
10000
6500
76
9400
6580
1,2,8,54
25296
F96T12/CW/VHO/SS
15
10000
4200
62
13000 9100
1,2,8,54,58
25211
F96T12/WW/VHO
15
10000
3000
52
14000 9800
1,2,8,54
25209
F96T12/CW/VHO
15
10000
4200
62
14000 9800
1,2,8,54
25292
F96T12/CW/VHO/LT
15
10000
4200
62
15000 10500 1,2,8,54,55,56
25210
F96T12/D/VHO
15
10000
6500
76
11600 8120
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
1,2,8,54
INSTANT START LAMPS
Slimline Instant Start SUPERSAVER® Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
32
48
60
T12
T12
96
46.00
94
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Single Pin
24829
F48T12/D35/SS
30
9000
3500
70
2575
2369
24825
F48T12/D41/SS
30
9000
4100
70
2575
2369
24823
F48T12/CW/SS
30
9000
4200
62
2450
2200
29825
F96T12/D30/SS
15
12000
3000
70
5600
5152
Single Pin
|
|
|
1,2,59
1,2,59
1,2,59
1,2,51,
59
29809
F96T12/D30/SS/ECO
15
12000
3000
70
5600
5152
1,2,
6,51,59
29823
F96T12/D830/SS
15
12000
3000
80
5800
5452
1,2,51,
59
29854
F96T12/D830/SS/ECO
15
12000
3000
80
5800
5452
1,2,
6,51,59
29795
F96T12/WW/SS/ECO
15
12000
3000
52
5500
4840
1,2,6,
51,59
29819
F96T12/D35/SS
15
12000
3500
70
5600
5152
1,2,51,
59
29808
F96T12/D35/SS/ECO
15
12000
3500
70
5600
5152
1,2,
6,51,59
29811
F96T12/D835/SS
15
12000
3500
80
5800
5452
1,2,51,
59
29859
F96T12/D835/SS/ECO
15
12000
3500
80
5800
5452
1,2,
6,51,59
29814
F96T12/CWX/SS
15
12000
4100
87
3850
3388
29853
F96T12/D41/SS/ECO
15
12000
4100
70
5600
5152
1,2,51,59
1,2,
6,51,59
29812
F96T12/D841/SS
15
12000
4100
80
5800
5452
1,2,51,
59
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
129
T12 Single Pin
T6 Single Pin
T8 Single Pin
INSTANT START LAMPS
Slimline Instant Start SUPERSAVER® Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
60
96
T12
94
Base
Product
Number
Single Pin
29860
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
F96T12/D841/SS/ECO
15
12000
4100
80
5800
5452
|
|
|
1,2,
6,51,59
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
29820
F96T12/LW/SS
15
12000
4150
48
5600
4928
1,2,51,59
29815
F96T12/CW/SS
15
12000
4200
62
5300
4664
1,2,51,59
29805
F96T12/CW/SS/CVP
10
12000
4200
62
5300
4664
1,2,51,59
29505
F96T12/CW/SS/ECO
15
12000
4200
62
5300
4664
1,2,6,
51,59
29816
F96T12/CW/SS/UPC
15
12000
4200
62
5300
4664
29851
F96T12/D865/SS
15
12000
6500
80
5300
4770
1,2,51,59
1,2,51,
59
29828
F96T12/DX/SS
15
12000
6500
88
3860
3397
29868
F96T12/DX/SS/ECO
15
12000
6500
88
3860
3397
1,2,51,59
1,2,6,
51,59
Slimline Instant Start Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
21
T12
24
25
T6
42
F24T12/CW
30
7500
4200
62
1150
1000
Single Pin
Single Pin
38
T6
64
62
Single Pin
48
22403
40
34
T12
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
Single Pin
36
39
CCT
(K)
22.0
T12
72
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
Base
30
T8
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Product
Number
70
46
Single Pin
Single Pin
24270
F42T6/WW
24
7500
3032
52
1825
1606
24269
F42T6/D35
24
7500
3500
70
1830
1684
24266
F42T6/CW
24
7500
4200
62
1750
1540
23618
F36T12/CW
30
7500
4200
62
1970
1734
|
|
|
1,2,8
1,2,8
1,2,8
1,2,8
1,2,8
26470
F64T6/WW
24
7500
3000
52
2900
2552
1,2,8
26469
F64T6/D35
24
7500
3500
70
2930
2696
1,2,8
26466
F64T6/CW
24
7500
4200
62
2800
2464
1,2,8
27270
F72T8/WW
24
7500
3000
52
3100
2728
1,2,8
27266
F72T8/CW
24
7500
4200
62
3050
2684
1,2,8
27200
F72T8/D
24
7500
6500
76
2600
2288
24827
F48T12/CW/ECO
30
9000
4200
62
2820
2482
24836
F48T12D/ECO
30
9000
6500
76
2450
2156
1,2,8
1,2,6,8
1,2,6,
8
50
T12
60
58
Single Pin
51
T8
96
94
Single Pin
52
T12
64
62
Single Pin
55
T12
72
70
Single Pin
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130
24832
F48T12/D35
30
9000
3500
70
3000
2760
24830
F48T12/CW
30
9000
4200
62
2820
2482
24834
F48T12/D
30
9000
6500
76
2450
2156
1,2,8
1,2,8
1,2,8
26018
F60T12/D35
30
12000
3500
70
3850
3542
26001
F60T12/CW
30
12000
4200
62
3700
3256
1,2,8,51
26002
F60T12/D
30
12000
6500
76
3000
2640
1,2,8,51
29666
F96T8/CW
24
7500
4200
62
4000
3520
1,2,8
29650
F96T8/D
24
7500
6500
76
3550
3124
26403
F64T12/CW
30
12000
4200
62
3900
3432
26404
F64T12/D
30
12000
6500
76
3300
2904
1,2,8,51
27255
F72T12/D830
15
12000
3000
80
4800
4512
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,51
1,2,8
1,2,8,51
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
T12 Single Pin
T12 Med Bipin
INSTANT START LAMPS
Slimline Instant Start Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
55
72
Single Pin
T12
70
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
27250
F72T12/D35
15
12000
3500
70
4700
4324
1,2,8,51
27243
F72T12/D41
15
12000
4100
70
4700
4324
1,2,8,51
27256
F72T12/CW
15
12000
4200
62
4500
3960
27259
F72T12/D
15
12000
6500
76
3800
3432
70
T12
84
82
Single Pin
28417
F84T12/CW
15
12000
4200
62
5300
4664
75
T12
96
94
Single Pin
29818
F96T12/D30
15
12000
3000
70
6420
5906
|
|
|
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,51
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,
51
29796
F96T12/D30/ECO
15
12000
3000
70
6420
5906
1,2,
6,51
29827
F96T12/D830
15
12000
3000
80
6550
6157
1,2,8,
51
29856
F96T12/D830/ECO
15
12000
3000
80
6550
6157
1,2,
6,8,51
29685
F96T12/D35
15
12000
3500
70
6420
5906
1,2,8,
51
29686
F96T12/D35/ECO
15
12000
3500
70
6420
5906
1,2,
6,8,51
29843
F96T12/D835
15
12000
3500
80
6550
6157
1,2,8,
51
29838
F96T12/D835/ECO
15
12000
3500
80
6550
6157
1,2,
6,8,51
29478
F96T12/CWX
15
12000
4100
87
4400
3872
1,2,8,51
29858
F96T12/CWX/CVP
10
12000
4100
87
4400
3872
1,2,8,51
29489
F96T12/CWX/UPC
15
12000
4100
87
4400
3872
1,2,8,51
29797
F96T12/D41/CVP
10
12000
4100
70
6420
5906
1,2,8,
51
29798
F96T12/D41/ECO
15
12000
4100
70
6420
5906
1,2,
6,8,51
29852
F96T12/D41/UPC
15
12000
4100
70
6420
5906
1,2,8,
51
29857
F96T12/D841
15
12000
4100
80
6550
6157
1,2,8,
51
29850
F96T12/D841/ECO
15
12000
4100
80
6550
6157
1,2,
6,8,51
29833
F96T12/DSGN50
15
12000
5000
90
4400
3872
29849
F96T12/D865
15
12000
6500
80
6000
5520
1,2,8,51
1,2,8,
51
29500
F96T12/DX
15
12000
6500
88
4360
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
F40T12/CW/IS
30
9000
3837
1,2,8,51
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
4200
62
3000
Instant Start Bipin Lamp
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
Product
Number
40
48
Med Bipin
24571
T12
47.78
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2640
|
|
|
1,2,8,60
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
131
T5 Mini Bipin
T8 Med Bipin
T12 Med Bipin
PREHEAT LAMPS
Miniature T5 Preheat Lamps (Starter Required)
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
4
6
Mini Bipin
6
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
8
13
T5
T5
T5
T5
9
12
21
5.91
8.91
11.91
Mini Bipin
Mini Bipin
20.4
Mini Bipin
20.91
Mini Bipin
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
20416
F4T5/CW
24
6000
4200
62
135
117
1,2
20415
F4T5CW/BL/1/6
6
6000
4200
62
135
117
1,2
20420
F4T5/D
24
6000
6500
76
115
100
20617
F6T5/WW
24
7500
3000
52
275
239
20616
F6T5/CW
24
7500
4200
62
270
235
1,2
20619
F6T5CW/BL/1/6
6
7500
4200
62
270
235
1,2
20620
F6T5/D
24
7500
6500
76
260
226
20817
F8T5/WW
24
7500
3000
52
400
348
1,2
20819
F8T5/WW/BL/1/6
6
7500
3000
52
400
348
1,2
20821
F8T5/W
24
7500
3450
57
400
348
1,2
20837
F8T5/CWX
24
7500
4100
87
270
235
20816
F8T5/CW
24
7500
4200
62
390
339
1,2
20834
F8T5CW/BL/1/6
6
7500
4200
62
390
339
1,2
20824
F8T5/DSGN50
24
7500
5000
90
280
244
1,2
20820
F8T5/D
24
7500
6500
76
350
305
1,2
21301
L13W/25
25
7500
4000
75
700
630
1,2
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1,2
1,2
1,2
21317
F13T5/WW
24
7500
3000
52
880
766
1,2
21332
F13T5/WW/BL/1/6
6
7500
3000
52
880
766
1,2
21316
F13T5/CW
24
7500
4200
62
860
748
1,2
21315
F13T5CW/BL/1/6
6
7500
4200
62
860
748
1,2
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
Standard T8 and T12 Preheat Lamps (Starter Required)
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
13
T8
12
14
T8
15
T12
15
15
T8
18
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
11.71
Med Bipin
21766
F13T8/CW
24
7500
4200
62
530
461
1,2
14.78
Med Bipin
21486
F14T8/CW
24
7500
4200
62
685
644
1,2
21488
F14T8/D
24
7500
6500
76
575
561
1,2
14.78
Med Bipin
21451
F14T12/DWW/RP
6
9000
3000
70
720
648
1,2
21435
F14T12/WW
30
9000
3000
52
660
574
1,2
21536
F14T12/DCW/1/6/RP
6
9000
4100
70
720
648
1,2
21409
F14T12/CW
30
9000
4200
62
650
566
1,2
21410
F14T12/CW/6/RP
6
9000
4200
62
650
566
1,2
21411
F14T12/D
30
9000
6500
76
590
513
1,2
21610
F15T8/D830
24
7500
3000
82
920
846
1,2
21701
F15T8/WW
24
7500
3000
52
845
735
1,2
21765
F15T8/WW/RP
6
7500
3000
52
845
735
1,2
21609
F15T8/D35
24
7500
3500
70
940
846
1,2
21682
F15T8/N
24
7500
3600
86
560
487
1,2
21627
F15T8/CWX
24
7500
4100
87
600
522
1,2
21603
F15T8/DCW/RP
6
7500
4100
70
900
810
1,2
17.78
Med Bipin
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T8 Med Bipin
T12 Med Bipin
PREHEAT LAMPS
Standard T8 and T12 Preheat Lamps (Starter Required)
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
15
18
Med Bipin
T8
T12
18
20
25
T8
T12
T12
18
17.78
17.78
Med Bipin
24
23.78
Med Bipin
26
25.78
Med Bipin
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
21616
F15T8/CW
24
7500
4200
62
825
718
1,2
21619
F15T8/CW/6PK
6
7500
4200
62
825
718
1,2
21642
F15T8/DSGN50
24
7500
5000
90
600
539
1,2
21600
F15T8/D
24
7500
6500
76
700
653
1,2
21551
F15T12/DWW/RP
6
9000
3000
70
770
693
1,2
21542
F15T12/WW
30
9000
3000
52
770
670
1,2
21544
F15T12/WW/RP
6
9000
3000
52
770
670
1,2
21535
F15T12/DCW/RP
6
9000
4100
76
770
693
21532
F15T12/CW
30
9000
4200
62
750
653
1,2
21513
F15T12/CW 6PK
6
9000
4200
62
750
653
1,2
21534
F15T12/D
30
9000
6500
76
660
574
23014
F18T8CW/K24
24
7500
4200
62
1190
1035
1,2
23012
F18T8CW/K24/1/12/UPC
12
7500
4200
62
1190
1035
1,2
23025
F18T8/CW/K26PLT
3168
7500
4200
62
1280
1079
1,2
23027
F18T8CW/K26
24
7500
4200
62
1280
1079
1,2
21728
F18T8/D/K26
24
7500
6500
76
1100
957
1,2
1,2
27.78
Med Bipin
23028
F18T8CW/K28
24
7500
4200
62
1360
1131
1,2
30
29.78
Med Bipin
23030
F18T8CW/K30
24
7500
4200
62
1400
1200
1,2
21
20.78
Med Bipin
22080
F20T12/CW/21
30
7500
4200
62
1020
887
1,2
22
21.78
Med Bipin
22085
F20T12/D/22
30
7500
6500
76
975
848
24
23.78
Med Bipin
27.78
Med Bipin
30
29.78
Med Bipin
33
32.78
Med Bipin
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U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
1,2
28
28
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1,2
22997
F20T12/G
10
9000
22075
F20T12/D830
30
9000
3000
80
1350
1242
1,2
22252
F20T12/DWW/RP
6
9000
3000
70
1300
1170
22131
F20T12/WW
30
9000
3000
52
1250
1088
1,2
22134
F20T12/WW/RP
6
9000
3000
52
1250
1088
1,2
22251
F20T12/D35
30
9000
3500
70
1300
1170
1,2
22082
F20T12/CWX
30
9000
4100
87
890
774
1,2
22255
F20T12/D41
30
9000
4100
70
1300
1170
1,2
22256
F20T12/DCW/RP
6
9000
4100
76
1300
1170
22078
F20T12/CW
30
9000
4200
62
1200
1044
1,2
22015
F20T12/CW/RP
6
9000
4200
62
1200
1044
1,2
22073
F20T12/CW/UPC
30
9000
4200
62
1200
1044
1,2
22119
F20T12/DSGN50
30
9000
5000
90
880
766
1,2
22083
F20T12/D
30
9000
6500
76
1075
935
1,2
22087
F20T12/D/UPC
30
9000
6500
76
1075
935
22527
F25T12/CW/28
30
7500
4200
62
1670
1453
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
22333
F25T12/WW/30
30
7500
3000
52
1750
1523
1,2
22528
F25T12/CW/30
30
7500
4200
62
1730
1505
1,2
22529
F25T12/CW/33
30
7500
4200
62
1850
1610
1,2
22531
F25T12/D/33
30
7500
6500
76
1600
1392
1,2
Symbols/Footnotes on page 139-143
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T8 Med Bipin
T12 Med Bipin
T14 1/2 RDC
PREHEAT LAMPS
Standard T8 and T12 Preheat Lamps (Starter Required)
F
L
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R
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S
C
E
N
T
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
30
36
Med Bipin
T8
40
T12
65
T8
70
T8
35.78
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
23140
F30T8/DWW/RP
6
7500
3000
70
2360
2124
23701
F30T8/WW
24
7500
3000
52
2150
1871
23182
F30T8/N
24
7500
3600
86
1500
1305
1,2
23127
F30T8/CWX
24
7500
4100
87
1550
1349
1,2
23121
F30T8/CW
6
7500
4200
62
2180
1897
1,2
23116
F30T8/CW
24
7500
4200
62
2180
1897
1,2
23100
F30T8/D
24
7500
1850
1653
24409
L40W/30-1
25
48
47.2
Med Bipin
Med Bipin
24736
L 65W/10 S
25
70
70
Med Bipin
20804
L70W / 21 - 840
25
15000
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
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1,2
1,2
6500
76
3000
50
1,2
6000
75
4000
80
6550
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
1,2,43,44,47
1,2,8
6026
1,2,8
SPECIALTY FLUORESCENT LAMPS
SAFELINE® Shatter Resistant Coated Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
32
T8
48
34
T12
48
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
47.78
Med Bipin
21678
FO32/735/SL
30
20000
3500
75
2745
2470
47.78
Med Bipin
24396
F34CW/SS/SL
formerly F40CW/SS/SL
30
20000
4200
62
2600
2235
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21,25,26
1,25,26,43,44,
45
Weather-Shielded Jacketed Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
70
T14.5
60
110
T12
96
128
T12
165
T12
215
T12
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
21124
FJ60T12/CW/HO
8
12000
4200
62
5300
4293
1,2,8,51,61
21356
FJ96T12/CW/HO
8
12000
4200
62
8500
6885
1,2,8,51,61
Recessed DC
21330
FJ48T12/CW/VHO/LT
12
10000
4200
62
6750
4725
1,2,8,54,56,61
Recessed DC
21335
FJ72T12/CW/VHO/LT
8
10000
4200
62
10700 7490
1,2,8,54,56,61
Recessed DC
21340
FJ96T12/CW/VHO/LT
8
10000
4200
62
15300 10710 1,2,8,54,56,61
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
66
325
1,2,8,62
480
1,2,8,62
89
750
1,2,8,62
66
800
1,2,8,62
1200
1,2,8,43,44,
46,47
1700
1,2,8,43,44,
46,47
Base
Product
Number
57.91
Recessed DC
93.1
Recessed DC
48
45.91
72
69.91
96
93.1
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GRO-LUX Lamps for Plant Growth & Aquariams
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
15
T8
18
20
T12
24
30
T8
40
T12
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
17.78
Med Bipin
21657
F15T8/GRO/AQ/RP
6
7500
23.78
Med Bipin
22029
F20T12/GRO/AQ/RP
6
9000
22013
F20T12/GRO/AQ/WS/RP
6
9000
36
35.78
Med Bipin
23160
F30T8/GRO/AQ/RP
6
7500
48
47.78
Med Bipin
24660
F40/GRO/AQ/RP
6
20000
24671
F40/GRO/AQ/WS/RP
6
20000
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3400
89
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T2 Axial Base
Icetron
SPECIALTY FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Miniature T2 Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
6
8.6
8
11
13
T2
T2
T2
T2
12.6
16.6
20.6
8.6
12.6
16.6
20.6
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
26204
FM6/830
20
10000
3000
80
330
297
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26233
FM6/835
20
10000
3500
80
330
297
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26213
FM6/841
20
10000
4100
80
330
297
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26237
FM8/830
20
10000
3000
80
540
486
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26234
FM8/835
20
10000
3500
80
540
486
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26232
FM8/841
20
10000
4100
80
540
486
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26239
FM11/830
20
10000
3000
80
750
675
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26235
FM11/835
20
10000
3000
80
750
675
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26231
FM11/841
20
10000
4100
80
750
675
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26253
FM13/830
20
10000
3000
80
930
837
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26291
FM13/835
20
8000
3500
80
960
837
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
26230
FM13/841
20
10000
4100
80
930
837
1,2,8,9,11,
63,64
Base
Product
Number
Axial
Axial
Axial
Axial
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C
E
N
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ICETRON® Inductively Coupled, Electrodeless Lamps
The ICETRON® System is a unique adaptation of the inductively coupled electrodeless technology delivering high luminous efficacy, extremely long system life
of 100,000 hours in a shape uniquely suited for a variety of lighting applications. The ICETRON lamps and ballasts are designed as dedicated systems and are
not interchangeable with other lamps and ballasts. Please consult OSRAM SYLVANIA for fixture design and application assistance. An ICETRON Design Guide
is available on request.
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
70
100
T17
T17
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
12.32
12.32
Ordering Abbreviation
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
26081
ICE70/835
1
100000
3500
80
6200
4588
1,2,11,65,66,
67,68,69
26087
ICE70/835/2P/ECO
1
100000
3500
80
6200
4588
1,2,6,
11,66,67,68,69
26082
ICE70/841
1
100000
4100
80
6200
4588
1,2,11,65,66,
67,68,69
26088
ICE70/841/2P/ECO
1
100000
4100
80
6200
4588
1,2,6,
11,66,67,68,69
26089
ICE70/850/2P/ECO
1
100000
5000
80
5950
4588
1,2,6,
11,66,67,68,69
26100
ICE100/835
1
100000
3500
80
8000
5920
1,2,11,65,66,
67,68,69
26102
ICE100/835/2P/ECO
1
100000
3500
80
8000
5920
1,2,6,
11,66,67,68,69
26101
ICE100/841
1
100000
4100
80
8000
5920
1,2,11,65,66,
67,68,69
26103
ICE100/841/2P/ECO
1
100000
4100
80
8000
5920
1,2,6,
11,66,67,68,69
Base
Mounting Bkts
Mounting Bkts
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Qty
Product
Number
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Icetron
T12 Med Bipin
T5 Mini Bipin
T8 Med Bipin
T12 RDC
SPECIALTY FLUORESCENT LAMPS
ICETRON® Inductively Coupled, Electrodeless Lamps
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
5920
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100
T17
12.32
Mounting Bkts
26105
ICE100/850/2P/ECO
1
100000
5000
80
7600
1,2,6,
11,66,67,68,69
150
T17
16.28
Mounting Bkts
26150
ICE150/835
1
100000
3500
80
12000 8880
1,2,11,65,66,
67,68,69
26152
ICE150/835/2P/ECO
1
100000
3500
80
12000 8880
1,2,6,
11,66,67,68,69
26151
ICE150/841
1
100000
4100
80
12000 8880
1,2,11,65,66,
67,68,69
26153
ICE150/841/2P/ECO
1
100000
4100
80
12000 8880
1,2,6,
11,66,67,68,69
26155
ICE150/850/2P/ECO
1
100000
5000
80
11650 8880
1,2,6,
11,66,67,68,69
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
F40T12/SDB/65W
30
1000
Diazo (SDB)
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
Product
Number
65
48
Med Bipin
24465
T12
47.78
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Blacklight, Preheat Lamps (Starter Required)
These lamps are not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
6
T5
9
20633
F6T5/350BL
24
7500
1,2,71,72,73
8
T5
15
T8
Mini Bipin
20833
F8T5/350BL
24
7500
1,2,71,72,74
Med Bipin
21623
F15T8/350BL
24
7500
1,2,71,72,75
20
22
23.78
Med Bipin
22113
F20T12/350BL
24
9000
1,2,71,72,76
14.78
Med Bipin
21445
F15T12/350BL/500/PH
30
18
17.78
Med Bipin
21703
F25T8/350BL/18in
24
36
35.78
Med Bipin
23113
F30T8/350BL
24
18
17.78
Med Bipin
21525
F18T12/350BL/700/PH
30
Base
Product
Number
8.91
Mini Bipin
12
11.91
18
17.78
T12
24
T12
15
25
T8
30
T8
32
T12
CCT
(K)
CRI
Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
@25°C/77°F Footnotes
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1,2,71,72,77
1,2,71,72,78
7500
1,2,71,72,79
1,2,71,72,80
Blacklight, Rapid Start Lamps (No Starter Required)
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
40
T12
48
115
T12
48
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
24922
F40/350BL
30
20000
1,2,43,44,46,47,
72,81
25251
FR48T12/350BL/VHO/180
30
10000
1,2,72,82,83
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
6000
1,2,71,72
Base
Product
Number
47.78
Med Bipin
45.91
Recessed DC
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Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
4
T5
6
8
T5
15
T8
20
T12
Base
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
5.91
Mini Bipin
20425
F4T5/BLB
24
12
11.91
Mini Bipin
20825
F8T5/BLB
24
7500
1,2,71,72
18
17.78
Med Bipin
21625
F15T8/BLB
6
7500
1,2,71,72,84
24
23.78
Med Bipin
22116
F20T12/BLB/RP
6
9000
1,2,71,72,84
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T12 Med Bipin
T5 Mini Bipin
T8 Med Bipin
SPECIALTY FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Blacklight Blue, Rapid Start Lamps (No Starter Required)
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Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
40
48
T12
47.78
Base
Product
Number
Med Bipin
24026
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
F40/BLB/RP
6
20000
Avg
Rated
Life (hrs)
CCT
(K)
CRI
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Initial Mean Symbols &
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1,2,43,44,46,47,
72,85
Germicidal, Preheat Lamps (Starter Required)
41
Nominal
Wattage Bulb
Nominal
Length MOL
(in)
(in)
Base
8
T5
12
11.91
15
T8
18
17.78
30
T8
36
35.78
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Mini Bipin
20811
G8T5
24
6000
1,2,32,71,87
Med Bipin
21612
G15T8
24
7500
1,2,32,71,87
Med Bipin
23112
G30T8
24
7500
1,2,32,71,87
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Approx Lumens
Initial Mean Symbols &
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Ordering Abbreviation
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Description
42812
FS-2
100
Fluorescent starter for use with F14, F15 and F20 preheat fluorescent lamps. UL, CSA
42901
FS-2/BL/2PK
12
Fluorescent starter for use with F14, F15 and F20 preheat fluorescent lamps, bulk pack with 2
starters. UL, CSA
44812
FS-4
100
Fluorescent starter for use with F13, F30 and F40 preheat lamps. UL, CSA
44820
FS-4
1000
Fluorescent starter for use with F13, F30 and F40 preheat lamps. UL, CSA
44900
FS-4/BL
100
Fluorescent starter for use with F13, F30 and F40 preheat lamps, blister pack. UL, CSA
44902
FS-4/BL/2PK
12
Fluorescent starter for use with F13, F30 and F40 preheat lamps, blister pack with 2 starters. UL,
CSA
45812
FS-5
100
Fluorescent starter for use with F4, F6 and F8 preheat fluorescent lamps. UL, CSA
45813
FS-5/BL/2PK
12
Fluorescent starter for use with F4, F6 and F8 preheat fluorescent lamps, blister pack with 2
starters. UL, CSA
43813
FS-12/BL/2PK
12
Fluorescent starter for use with FC12 Circline lamps when operated by preheat ballasts and F22T8
preheat lamps, blister pack with 2 starters. UL, CSA
42512
FS-25
100
Fluorescent starter for use with FC6 (20W) & FC8 (22W) Circline lamps when operated by preheat
ballasts; F25 and F18T8 preheat lamps. UL, CSA
42513
FS-25/BL/2PK
12
Fluorescent starter for use with FC6 (20W) & FC8 (22W) Circline lamps when operated by preheat
ballasts; F25 and F18T8 preheat lamps, blister pack with 2 starters. UL, CSA
44901
ST 111 STARTER
800
Fluorescent starter for use with 4, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, 30, 32, 36, 38, 40, 58, 65,
80W preheat lamps; 18, 24 & 36W DULUX L lamps when operated by preheat ballasts. ENEC & VDE approved
44903
ST 151 STARTER
800
Fluorescent starter for series operation for use with 4, 6, 8, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22W preheat lamp; 18
& 24W DULUX L lamps when operated by preheat ballasts; ENEC & VDE approved
44910
ST 191 STARTER
800
Fluorescent starter for use with 100, 115 & 140W preheat lamps; ENEC & VDE approved
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Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Description
42302
FS-20 (COP-20)
100
Fluorescent starter with cutout and manual reset for use with F15 & F20 preheat lamps. UL, CSA
44102
FS-40/400 (COP-40/400) 100
Fluorescent starter with cutout and manual reset for use with F40 preheat lamps. UL, CSA
HID STARTER
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Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
44918
SE600
800
Description
Replacement starter element (built-in spark gap type) for igniters used with Powerstar HQI metal
halide and Vialox HPS lamps. Replace each time lamp is replaced.
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SYMBOLS & FOOTNOTES FOR FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Symbol
Description
New item introduced within the past year.
Item will be discontinued when inventory is depleted.
QUICK60+® warranty
Rating given for 200mA operation.
This fluorescent lamp generates radiant energy which is most beneficial for plant propagation and enhances vegetative and reproductive
growth of many plants for home and commercial use.
This lamp or ballast meets minimum Federal efficiency standards.
This ECOLOGIC® lamp was designed to pass the Federal TCLP criteria for classification as non-hazardous waste in most states. Disposal regulations may vary; check local and state regulations.
This lamp is a High Color Rendering Lamp
Product is Canadian Standards Association approved for the Canadian market
Product is Underwriters Laboratories listed
Footnote
Description
1
Approximate initial lumens after 100 hours operation.
2
The life ratings of fluorescent lamps are based on 3 hr. burning cycles under specified conditions and with ballast meeting ANSI specifications. If burning cycle is increased, there will be a corresponding increase in the average hours life.
3
Rule of Thumb for Compact Fluorescent Lamps: Divide wattage of incandescent lamp by 4 to determine approximate wattage of compact fluorescent lamp that will provide similar light output.
4
Minimum starting temperature: CF5: -22 degrees F; CF7: -4 degrees F; CF9: 14 degrees F; CF13DS: 14 degrees F; CF13DD: -4 degrees F;
CF18DD: 5 degrees F; CF18DT: -4 degrees F; CF26: 14 degrees F.
5
2 pin CF lamps should never be installed in 4 pin sockets regardless if lamp will fit.
6
SYLVANIA ECOLOGIC® fluorescent lamps are designed to pass the Federal Toxic Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) criteria for classification as non-hazardous waste in most states. TCLP test results are available upon request. Lamp disposal regulations may vary, check
your local & state regulations. For more information, please visit www.lamprecycle.org
7
CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 1 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.3 meters (12 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.2m (8 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
8
Minimum starting temperature is a function of the ballast; consult the ballast manufacturer.
9
There is a NEMA supported, industry issue where T2, T4, and T5 fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps operated on high frequency ballasts may experience an abnormal end-of-life phenomenon. This end-of-life phenomenon can result in one or both of the following: 1. Bulb
wall cracking near the lamp base. 2. The lamp can overheat in the base area and possibly melt the base and socket. NEMA recommends that
high frequency compact fluorescent ballasts have an end-of-life shutdown circuit which will safely and reliably shut down the system in the
rare event of an abnormal end-of-life failure mode described above. The final requirements of this system are yet to be defined by ANSI. For
additional information refer to NEMA papers on their WEBSITE at www.NEMA.org.
10
This 4-pin DULUX® lamp has an internal end-of-life mechanism (EOL) that shuts down the lamp preventing abnormal end-of life failure modes.
This lamp was designed for use with high frequency ballasts that do not have their own end-of-life (lamp) sensing circuits, but it is also compatible with high frequency ballasts that have their own end-of-life (lamp) sensing circuits.
11
Lumen output and life rated on high frequency operation.
12
Amalgam compact fluorescent lamps provide at least 90% light output from 40-140 degrees F. Non-amalgam compact fluorescent lamps
provide at least 90% light output from 60-100 degrees F in the base up position, the temperature range is narrower for horizontal or base
down.
13
These lamps may also be operated on rapid start circuits. On rapid start circuits the 24 watt lamp operates at 27 watts and the 36 watt lamp
operated at 39 watts. Rated lamp life is unchanged.
14
Lumen output rated on high frequency operation. 60 HZ operation would result in lower lumen output.
15
DULUX® F lamps can typically be operated on DULUX L and PENTRON® HO ballasts of the same/similar wattage. Check with the ballast manufacturer to verify lamp/ballast compatibility.
16
Minimum starting temperature for DULUX EL lamps is 0° F, unless otherwise specified in product literature.
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DULUX® Els meet CSA, FCC and UL requirements.
18
Caution: DULUX EL units cannot be used on dimming circuits, emergency exit fixtures or lights, electronic timers, photocells or lighted
switches. In outdoor applications, use only in enclosed fixtures to avoid exposure to weather. Use only on 120V, 60 Hz circuits. Never disassemble or modify lamp. Install or remove unit from fixture by grasping plastic base. Best performance achieved when operated at
77degrees F (25 degrees C).
19
Minimum starting temperature for EL Globes & Reflectors is -22 degrees F. Minimum starting temperature for EL Triples, Twists and Mini
Twists is 0 degrees F.
20
The life rating of OCTRON® and OCTRON Curvalume lamps operated on magnetic rapid start ballasts is 20,000 hours. The life rating of
OCTRON and OCTRON Curvalume lamps operated on instant start electronic ballasts is 15,000 hours.
21
OCTRON lamps should be operated only with magnetic rapid start ballasts designed to operate 265 mA, T8 lamps or high frequency (electronic) ballasts that are either instant start, or rapid start, or programmed rapid start specifically designed to operate T8 lamps. OCTRON
lamps may be operated on instant start ballasts with ballast factors ranging from a minimum of 0.71 to a maximum of 1.20 at the nominal
ballast input voltage. When OCTRON lamps are operated in the instant start mode, the two wires or two contacts of each socket should be
connected to each other. They should then be connected to the appropriate ballast lead wire using National Electric Code techniques.
22
Life rating of OCTRON XP™ lamps operated on instant start electronic ballasts is 18,000 hours based on the industry standard life test cycle of
3 hours per start.
23
The lamp lumen maintenance factor used to determine the mean lumen value was 95%. This is the lamp lumen maintenance factor at 8,000
hours, 40% of 20,000 hours. It was used to allow comparison to standard OCTRON® lamps with an average rated life of 20,000 hours. The
lamp lumen maintenance factor at 40% of the 24,000 hour average rated life of this lamp, 9600 hours, would be 94%.
24
Gold OCTRON lamp has plastic tube guard which filters wavelengths less than 525nm and provides shatter protection.
25
SAFELINE® lamps satisfy the criteria of having a non-shattering covering for prevention of glass and other lamp components in your product
by containment within the safety coating material. The covering must be intact or the lamp must be replaced to be in compliance. An onsite
inspector will require correction if the lamps are installed improperly or not maintained properly.
26
SAFELINE lamps are intended for indoor use only. Lamps must be used in ambient temperatures below 135 degreed F. The coating is
designed to withstand constant operating temperatures up to 239 degrees F and has a melting point in excess of 500 degrees F. Lamps must
be used with sockets that provide adequate lamp pin to socket contact. Lamps must not be used with defective ballasts sockets, or fixtures
with improper wiring.
27
The lumen maintenance factor used to determine the mean lumens value was 90%, measured at 40% of the average rated life, 15,000 hours.
The lumen maintenance factor at 4,000-4,800 hours (for comparison to F96T12 HO and F96T12 Slimline instant start lamps) is 91%.
28
The lamp lumen maintenance factor used to determine the mean lumen value was 95%. This is the lamp lumen maintenance factor at 8000
hours, 40% of 20,000 hours. It was used for comparison to standard OCTRON® lamps with an average rated life of 20,000 hours. The lamp
lumen maintenance factor at 40% of 24,000 hours, 9600 hours, would be 94%; the lamp lumen maintenance factor at 40% of 30,000 hours,
12,000 hours, would be 93%
29
This lamp may also be operated by the OSRAM SYLVANIA QUICKTRONIC® PSN ballast (.88 BF), or the QUICTRONIC PSX ballast (.71 BF).
30
Recommended to be used on any F32 T8 Instant Start circuit. It is not recommended to be used:(1) with Rapid Start circuits unless the open
circuit voltage is greater than 550V, (2) at lamp ambient temperatures below 60 degrees F or in drafty locations, (3) on low power factor ballast, (4) dimming ballast or (5) inverter operated emergency lighting systems unless any of the above equipment is specifically listed for use
with the OCTRON® SUPERSAVER® 28 or 30 watt, 4 foot or 30W U-bent T8 lamp. Any of the above situations could result in lamp starting
and stabilization problems.
31
The 30,000 hour average rated life of the FO32/800XPS/ECO OCTRON® lamp is based on operation at 3 hours per start on a dedicated
QUICKTRONIC® PSX ballast. If operated on other ballasts for T8 OCTRON lamps, lamp life will be 20,000 hours for rapid start operation,
24,000 hours for programmed rapid start operation and 15,000 hours for instant start operation at 3 hours per start.
32
Germicidal lamps can be operated on corresponding wattage preheat ballasts.
33
Mean lumens at 8,000 hours (40% of 20,000 hours for comparison to standard OCTRON and F40 rapid start lamps). The lumen maintenance factor at 40% of average rated life (9,600 hours) is 94%.
34
Recommended to be used on any F96 T8 Instant Start circuit. It is not recommended to be used: (1) at lamp ambient temperatures below 60
degrees F or in drafty locations, (2) on low power factor ballast, or (3) inverter operated emergency lighting systems unless any of the above
equipment is specifically listed for use with the OCTRON FO96 SUPERSAVER 55 watt T8 lamp. Any of the above situations could result in
lamp starting and stabilization problems.
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The lumen maintenance factor used to determine the mean lumen value was 95%. This is the lamp lumen maintenance factor at 6000 hours,
40% of 15,000 hours. It was used to allow comparison to standard OCTRON® lamps with an average rated life of 15000 hours. The lamp
lumen maintenance factor at 40% of the 18,000 hour average rated life of this lamp, 7200 hours, would be 94%.
36
The lumen maintenance factor used to determine the mean lumens value was 92%, measured at 40% of the average rated life, 15,000 hours.
The lumen maintenance factor at 4,000-4,800 hours (for comparison to F96T12 HO and F96T12 Slimline instant start lamps) is 93%.
37
Approximate length of OCTRON CURVALUME lamps is measured from base face to outside of glass bend.
38
For optimum performance OCTRON CURVALUME 1 5/8 inch leg spacing lamps in the 3000K, 3500K and 4100K color temperatures are now
available only in the 82CRI version (800 series). These lamps are made to the same color standards and may be used in combination with
other SYLVANIA OCTRON lamps to meet the needs of lighting installations where T8 lamps are used.
39
The 30,000 hour average rated of the OCTRON® XPS CURVALUME® lamp is based on operation at 3 hours per start by a dedicated
QUICKTRONIC® PSX ballast. If operated by other ballasts for T8 OCTRON lamps, life will be the same as that of the XP version of the
lamp: typically 24,000 hours for rapid or programmed rapid start operation and 18,000 hours for instant start operation at 3 hours per start.
40
The lamp lumen maintenance factor used to determine the mean lumen value was 95%. This is the lamp lumen maintenance factor at 8,000
hours, 40% of 20,000 hours. It was used to allow comparison to standard OCTRON lamps with an average rated life of 20,000 hours.
The lamp lumen maintenance factor at 40% of 24,000 hours, 9600 hours, would be 94%; the lamp lumen maintenance factor at 40% of
30,000 hours, 12000 hours, would be 93%.
42
Recommended only for use on 2-lamp, 30 watt rapid-start high power factor lead, indoor ballasts that meet ANSI standards. Not intended
for use: (1) at lamp ambient temperatures below 60 degrees F or in drafty locations, (2) on low power factor ballasts, (3) reduced
current/reduced light output ballasts, (4) dimming ballasts, or (5) on inverter operated emergency lighting systems unless any of the above
equipment is specifically listed for use with 25 watt lamps.
43
Average rated life is measured at 3 hours per start on 2-lamp, rapid start magnetic ballasts per IES recommended practice. Lamp life on single-lamp rapid start ballasts may be reduced.
44
Average life rating at 12 hours operation per start is 28,800 hours.
45
Recommended for use on one or two lamp 40 watt rapid start, high power factor, lead, indoor ballasts that meet ANSI standards. Not intended for use: (1) at lamp ambient temperatures below 60 degrees F or in drafty locations, (2) on low power factor ballasts, (3) reduced current/reduced light output ballasts, (4) dimming ballasts, or (5) on inverter operated emergency lighting systems unless any of the above
equipment is specifically listed for use with 34 watt lamps.
46
The "RS" designation has been eliminated to simplify the ordering abbreviation.
47
40W Rapid Start Lamps may be used in starter operated fixtures designed for 40W preheat lamps. Life rating for preheat service is approximately 15,000 hours average.
48
Rating for OSRAM SYLVANIA Circline lamps are based on operation in Rapid Start circuits. They will also operate on preheat circuits.
49
Caution: DULUX® EL Circline units cannot be used on dimming circuits, emergency exit fixtures or lights, electronic timers, photocells or lighted switches. In outdoor applications, use only in enclosed fixtures to avoid exposure to weather. Use only on 120V, 60 Hz circuits.
50
Recommended for use on one or two lamp high power factor, lead, 8-foot lamp, high output, indoor ballasts that meet ANSI standards. Not
intended for use: (1) at lamp ambient temperatures below 60 degrees F or in drafty locations, (2) on low power factor ballasts, (3) reduced
current/reduced light output ballasts, (4) dimming ballasts, or (5) on inverter operated emergency lighting systems unless any of the above
equipment is specifically listed for use with 95 watt lamps.
51
Average life rating at 12 hours operation per start is 18,000 hours.
52
May be operated at 100 watts (1000MA) same as F84T12/HO.
53
Labeled for cold temperature (below 60 degrees F) operation only per EPACT.
54
Average life rating at 12 hours operation per start is 15,000 hours.
55
Low temperature performance rated at 35 degrees F ambient.
56
Low temperature performance rated at 35 degrees F ambient.
57
Cool White lamp with 30 degree aperture (Power Beam).
58
Recommended for use on 2-lamp high power factor, lead, 8-foot lamp, very high output, indoor ballasts that meet ANSI standards. Not
intended for use: (1) at lamp ambient temperatures below 60 degrees F or in drafty locations, (2) on low power factor ballasts, (3) reduced
current/reduced light output ballasts, (4) dimming ballasts, or (5) on inverter operated emergency lighting systems unless equipment is
specifically listed for use with 195 watt lamps.
59
Recommended for use on one or two lamp high power factor, lead, instant-start, indoor ballasts that meet ANSI standards. Not intended for
use: (1) at lamp ambient temperatures below 60 degrees F or in drafty locations, (2) on low power factor ballasts, (3) reduced
current/reduced light output ballasts, (4) dimming ballasts, or (5) on inverter operated emergency lighting systems unless any of the above
equipment is specifically listed for use with 32 watt or 60 watt lamps.
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For operation on instant start circuits. Use only in fixtures equipped with Instant Start Ballasts.
61
A fluorescent jacketed lamp consists of a T12 (1 1/2" diameter) lamp enclosed inside a T14.5 (1 13/16" diameter) glass jacket. A jacketed
fluorescent lamp operates efficiently over a wide range of climatic conditions, including extremes of cold and strong wind in which an unjacketed (bare) lamp would be inefficient or inoperable. The jacket size provides the clearance necessary to minimize damaging lamp-jacket contact; narrow bands of rubber placed between the lamp and the jacket further prevent contact. A weather-tight seal is formed by neoprene
rubber end caps.
62
Preheat lamp, starter required.
63
Due to their small diameter, T2 miniature fluorescent lamps operate at higher surface temperatures than other fluorescent lamps. To avoid
possible burns, do not touch the lamp during operation and allow sufficient cooling time before removing the lamp from the fixture. The typical bulb wall temperature during operation is 120 degrees at the ends. The maximum allowable bulb wall temperature is 150 degrees C. To
avoid electrical shock, turn electrical power off before removing or installing the lamp.
64
Use only with electronic ballasts which have been specifically designed to operate T2 miniature fluorescent lamps and to reliably and safely
control all lamp operating modes including end-of-lamp-life sensing circuitry. If a non-conforming ballast is used, very high temperatures
(350 degrees C typical) may be generated at the ends of the lamp especially during end-of-lamp-life operation, causing the lamp to crack and
resulting in potential fire, electrical shock, or burn hazards.
65
Current ballast design incorporates a modular 2-Pin connector plugin from the lamp. An adapter, NAED code 26240, is available to connect
3-Pin lamp types to current (2-Pin) design ballasts.
66
Color and CRI at amalgam tip temperature of 149 degrees F (65 degrees C) for ICETRON 70 and ICETRON 100 and at 158 degrees F (70
degrees C) amalgam tip temperature for ICETRON 150.
67
ICETRON diameter is the outside diameter of the ferrite coil. ICETRON MOL is the length from the outside edge of the mounting bracket on
one end to the outside edge of the mounting bracket on the opposite end.
68
WARNING: ICETRON® Inductively Coupled Electrodeless Fluorescent lamp. Read these warnings and instructions before installing and using
this lamp. 1. This lamp operates at a higher temperature (130 C) than standard fluorescent lamps. To avoid the possibility of minor skin
burns, do not touch lamp or metal mounting brackets during operation and allow sufficient cooling time prior to servicing, handling, or
replacing lamp. 2. This lamp generates electric and magnetic fields during operation. The electric and magnetic fields generated by this lamp
during operation in typical lighting applications do not pose exposure risks relative to the limits documented in ANSI C95.1. 3. To prevent
electric shock, shut off the main power to the fixture and allow at least two minutes for ballast voltage to discharge before attempting to service or replace lamp. 4. To obtain optimum safety and system performance, use only with OSRAM SYLVANIA ballast. 5. To avoid potential
electric shock hazard, do not use lamp if wires or insulation are cut or pulled out of connector. 6. To avoid potential electric shock hazard, do
not use lamp if wires or insulation are cut or pulled out of connector.
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WARNING: ICETRON® Inductively Coupled Electrodeless Fluorescent lamp. Read these warnings and instructions before installing and using
this lamp. Instructions for Installation and Use. 1. To avoid premature lamp or ballast failure and ensure proper lamp, ballast, and system
performance, make sure lamp, ballast, and fixture are properly installed. Electrical interconnects, electrical grounds, thermal management,
and heat sinking specifications and requirements must be fully adhered to in all applications. (See OSRAM SYLVANIA ICETRON DESIGN
GUIDE.) 2. Do not alter the electrical connector on lamp and/or ballast. To do so may adversely affect lamp operation, ballast life, and/or
emission of EMI (electromagnetic interference). 3. This product may cause interference with radios, cordless telephones, and remote control
devices. If interference occurs, relocate the radios, cordless telephones, and/or remote control devices away from this product.
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The /2P version of the ICETRON lamp is supplied with a 24 inch lead wire terminated by a 2-Pin connector rather than the old 12 inch lead,
3-Pim connector design. The /2P versions are powered by QT1X100 ICE/UNV-T or QT1X150 ICE/UNV-T ballasts.
71
Starter required.
72
These lamps are not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic, or cosmetic purposes.
73
CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 1 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.35 meters (14 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.25m (10 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
74
CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.45 meters (18 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.3m (12 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
75
CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.55 meters (22 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.4m (16 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
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Footnote
Description
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CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.65 meters (26 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.45m (18 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
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CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.6 meters (24 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.45m (18 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
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CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.7 meters (28 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.54m (20 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
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CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.75 meters (30 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.55m (22 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
80
CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.8 meters (31 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.55m (22 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
81
CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
1.0 meters (39 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.64m (24 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
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Blacklight lamp with 180 degree reflector.
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CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
2.0 meters (79 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 1.4m (55 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
84
CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 1 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.25 meters (10 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.14m (6 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
85
CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 1 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.3 meters (12 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.14m (6 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
86
CAUTION: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation and is in Risk Group 1 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Exposure at less than
0.3 meters (12 inches) should be limited; for example exposure at 0.15m (6 inches) should not exceed 4 hours in an 8 hour interval (see
ANSI/IESNA RP-27.1-96). Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity. Consult your physician for specific
information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long term exposure in close proximity to the lamp. This
lamp is not intended and should not be used for diagnostic, therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
87
WARNING: To prevent possible serious injury, eyes and skin should not be exposed to direct or reflected ultraviolet power emitted by this
lamp. This lamp is in Risk Group 3 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. Adequate protection should be provided by clothing, gloves, opaque materials, and ordinary window glass. Although this lamp will operate in standard fluorescent fixtures, it should not be used for general lighting
applications.
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QUICKTRONIC® ELECTRONIC BALLASTS
THE SYSTEM SOLUTIONTM
OCTRON® T8 Systems
Instant Start
Normal Light Output
30 to 40% energy savings over F40T12 magnetic systems with comparable light output.
High Light output
20% more lumen output than F40T12 magnetic systems while saving nearly 20% in energy. 30% more
light output than standard T8 systems - fewer lamps/ballasts/fixtures required.
Low Power
77% ballast factor for reduced wattage applications. 15% energy savings over standard T8 systems and
30% over F34T12 magnetic systems.
Instant Start Professional Universal Voltage
High Efficiency
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Saves 6% over standard electronic T8 ballasts.
Programmed Rapid Start Professional
(PROStart®) Universal Voltage
Operates linear and U bend T8 lamps in applications where extended lamp life is required.
In short cycle applications, delivers over twice the number of start cycles as IS or RS Circuits
PSX T8 Universal Voltage Professional
(PROStart)
Extra low (0.71) ballast factor ballast combined with high lumen output OCTRON XPS® T8 lamps
delivers 15% energy savings over standard 700 series T8/88% BF systems with comparable light output
Dimming (HELIOS™) Professional
Operates linear and U-bend equivalent T8 lamps over a wide dimming range (100-5% and 100-10%
models). Controlled via standard 0-10V fluorescent dimmers Ideal for both energy management and
architectural applications.
Instant Start 8 Foot T8
Normal Light Output
Over 30% energy savings when compared to F96T12 magnetic systems.
High Light Output
30% more light output than standard T8 systems and 20% more than F96T12 systems.
Instant Start 8 foot T8 Professional
Over 30% energy savings when compared to F96T12 magnetic systems
SLIMLINE T12 and T12HO Systems
T12 Rapid Start and
T12HO Rapid Start 8 foot
15% energy savings over standard magnetic systems
T12 Instant Start 8 foot
88% Ballast Factor for most standard applications. Operates silently and provides energy savings of
10 to 15%
PENTRON® T5 Systems (PROStart)
T5 Programmed Rapid Start Professional
Contains QUICKSENSE® end-of-lamp-life sensing technology
Over 10% more lumen output than T8 systems at comparable power levels. New benchmark for 2-lamp
system efficacy of 92 LPW.
T5HO Programmed Rapid Start Professional
Provides nearly twice the light output (188%) of T8 systems.
T5HO Dimming (HELIOS) Professional
Provides nearly twice the light output (188%) of T8 systems. Operates PENTRON®HO, PENTRON HO
Circline and DULUX®L T5 lamps over a wide (100-1%) dimming range.
Compact Fluorescent TT5 Systems
TT5 Instant Start
TT5 Programmed Rapid Start
Professional (PROStart)
Contains QUICKSENSE end-of-lamp-life sensing technology
Over 30% more lumen output than 34T12 systems at nearly the same input power.
Over 20% more lumen output than 34T12 systems.
Compact Fluorescent T4 Systems (PROStart) Contains QUICKSENSE end-of-lamp-life sensing technology
Universal Voltage
Four mounting styles of low profile, lightweight enclosures provide simple assembly for any
fixture application.
Fluorescent Miniature T2 Systems
Small diameter lamp and low profile ballast create new design opportunities. Contains end-of-lamp-life
sensing technology.
ICETRON® Systems
Longest life available from a fluorescent system in the market today. Lamp can last 100,000 hours, reducing maintenance costs and extending relamping cycles.
Electronic Metal Halide Systems
Small and light weight. Electronic design delivers performance levels unattainable with standard magnetic systems, including up to 15% energy savings.
NOTE: For LED power supplies and modules, go to the LED Systems section.
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HOW TO READ PRODUCT INFORMATION - ELECTRONIC BALLASTS
Primary No
Input
Lamp
of
Voltage
Type
Lamps (VAC)
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
FO32T8
2
120
49913
QT2X32T8/120ISN-SC
10
0.90
59
0.51
Leads
FO32T8
2
277
49914
QT2X32T8/277ISN-SC
10
0.90
59
0.22
Leads
Symbols &
Footnotes
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1,2,3,4
Dimensions
Wiring Diagram
Wiring Method
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Indicates if product has lead wires or wiretrap connectors
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QT2X32T8/120ISN-SC
QTP3X32T8/UNV ISN-SC
QTP2X32T8/UNVPSN-SC
QT
2x
32T8
120
ISN
SC
QTP QTP - QUICKTRONIC Professional
Series <10%THD
3x
Number of lamps the ballast operates
32
Lamp wattage or length
T8
Lamp type
UNV Input voltage (120-277V)
IS
Starting Method
N
Ballast Factor
SC
Case Size
QTP QTP - QUICKTRONIC Professional
Series <10%THD
2x Number of lamps the ballast operates
32 Lamp wattage or length
T8 Lamp type
UNV Input voltage (120-277V)
PS Starting method
N
Ballast factor
SC Case size
QT - QUICKTRONIC®
Number of lamps the ballast operates
Lamp wattage or length
Input voltage
Starting Method/Ballast Factor
Case Size
BALLAST CATEGORIES
QUICKTRONIC
QUICKTRONIC
Professional Series
Number of lamps the
ballast operates
Lamp type
SYLVANIA QUICKTRONIC electronic ballasts feature high power quality (<20% THD).
SYLVANIA QUICKTRONIC Professional Series (QTP) of electronic ballasts feature high power quality.
(<10% THD), lightweight, low profile designs.
1x, 1/2x, 2x, 3x, 4x.
T8, T12, T12HO, T5, T5HO, TT5 & DL - DULUX® L, CF - T4 Compact Fluorescent, FM - T2 Fluorescent Miniature, ICE ICETRON®, MH - Metal Halide.
Input voltage
Starting Method
Ballast Factor
120, 230, 277, 347, UNV - Universal 120-277.
IS - Instant start, PS - Programmed Rapid Start, DIM - Dimming, RS - Rapid Start.
N - Normal Ballast Factor(0.85-1.00), L - Low Ballast Factor(0.75-0.80), H - High Ballast Factor(1.13-1.20), X - Very Low Ballast
Factor(0.71), PLUS - High Ballast Factor(1.15-1.20), LP - Low Ballast Factor(0.77).
Case Size
Packaging configuration
Leads vs Connectors
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Distributor Pack.
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For more information about Electronic ballast warranties, please visit the warranty section of this catalog or go to:
www.sylvania.com/business/ballast/warranty.htm
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T8 FLUORESCENT
T8 INSTANT START, <20%THD
Normal Light Output
Operates FBO16, FO17, FBO24, FO25, FBO31, FO32, FBO32, FO40 & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents; For F40T8 operation use 1 lamp on a 2 lamp ballast, 2 lamps
on a 3 lamp ballast or 3 lamps on a 4 lamp ballast
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No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
FO32/XP
1
120
49911
QT1X32T8120ISNSC
10
0.90
30
0.26
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,8,
9,10,11,12,13
277
49912
QT1X32T8277ISNSC
10
0.90
30
0.11
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,8,
9,10,11,12,13
120
49913
QT2X32T8120ISNSC
10
0.90
59
0.51
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,
7,8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49914
QT2X32T8277ISNSC
10
0.90
59
0.22
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,
7,8,9,10,11,12,13
347
49240
QT2X32T8347ISNSC
10
0.90
59
0.18
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
120
49915
QT3X32T8/120-ISN-SC
10
0.89
87
0.74
Leads
1,2,5,6,7,8,
9,10,11,12,13
277
49916
QT3X32T8/277-ISN-SC
10
0.89
87
0.32
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
347
49593
QT3X32/347IS
10
0.90
87
0.26
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,
10,11,12,13
120
49917
QT4X32T8/120-ISN-SC
10
0.89
114
0.95
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49918
QT4X32T8/277-ISN-SC
10
0.89
114
0.42
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
347
49594
QT4X32/347IS
10
0.90
114
0.34
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,
10,11,12,13
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Operates FBO31, FO32, FBO32 & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents
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Voltage
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Product
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Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
FO32/XP
2
120
49923
QT2X32T8/120-ISH-SC
10
1.20
78
0.67
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49924
QT2X32T8/277-ISH-SC
10
1.20
78
0.29
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
347
49226
QT2X32/347PLUS
10
1.20
78
0.23
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,8,
9,10,11,12,13
120
49525
QT3X32/120PLUS
10
1.18
112
0.96
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,8,
9,10,11,12,13
277
49526
QT3X32/277PLUS
10
1.18
112
0.42
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,8,
9,10,11,12,13
277
49521
QHE4X32T8277ISH
10
1.15
148
0.53
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,8,
9,10,11,12,13
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T8 FLUORESCENT
T8 INSTANT START, <10%THD
High Light Output, Universal Voltage
Operates FBO31, FO32, FBO32 & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents
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Voltage
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Universal
120-277
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
49845
10
1.18
114/111 0.95/0.41
Leads
QTP3X32T8UNVISHSC
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9,10
T8 INSTANT START, <20%THD
Low Power Systems
Operates FBO16, FO17, FBO24, FO25, FBO31, FO32, FBO32, FO40 & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents; For F40T8 operation use 1 lamp on a 2 lamp ballast, 2 lamps
on a 3 lamp ballast or 3 lamps on a 4 lamp ballast
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No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
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Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
FO32/XP
1
120
49931
QT1X32T8/120-ISL-SC
10
0.77
28
0.24
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49932
QT1X32T8/277-ISL-SC
10
0.77
26
0.10
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
120
49933
QT2X32T8/120-ISL-SC
10
0.77
51
0.44
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,
7,8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49934
QT2X32T8/277-ISL-SC
10
0.77
51
0.19
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,
7,8,9,10,11,12,13
347
49241
QT2X32T8347ISLSC
10
0.77
51
0.15
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
120
49935
QT3X32T8/120-ISL-SC
10
0.77
76
0.66
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49936
QT3X32T8/277-ISL-SC
10
0.77
76
0.29
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
120
49537
QT4X32/120LP
10
0.77
98
0.84
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49538
QT4X32/277LP
10
0.77
98
0.37
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
347
49225
QT4X32/347LP
10
0.77
98
0.29
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,
10,11,12,13
2
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Universal Voltage
Operates FBO16, FO17, FBO24, FO25, FBO31, FO32, FBO32, FO40 & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents; For F40T8 operation use 1 lamp on a 2 lamp ballast, 2 lamps
on a 3 lamp ballast or 3 lamps on a 4 lamp ballast
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Voltage
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Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
Universal
120-277
49941
QTP1X32T8/UNV-ISN-SC
10
0.88
30
0.26/0.11
Leads
1,2,4,6,7,8,
9,11,12,13,17
2
Universal
120-277
49943
QTP2X32T8/UNV-ISN-SC
10
0.88
59
0.50/0.21
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,
7,8,9,11,12,17
3
Universal
120-277
49945
QTP3X32T8/UNV-ISN-SC
10
0.88
87
0.75/0.32
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,11,12
4
Universal
120-277
49947
QTP4X32T8/UNV-ISN-SC
10
0.88
114
0.95/0.40
Leads
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Instant Start
ISN, ISL: Operates FBO16, FO17, FBO24, FO25, FBO31, FO32, FBO32 & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents
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Voltage
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Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
Universal
120-277
49851
QHE1X32T8UNVISNSC
10
0.88
28
0.25/0.11
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,11,12,17
2
Universal
120-277
49853
QHE2X32T8UNVISNSC
10
0.88
55
0.47/0.20
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,
7,8,9,11,12,17
3
Universal
120-277
49855
QHE3X32T8UNVISNSC
10
0.88
83/82
0.69/0.30
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,11,12,17
4
Universal
120-277
49857
QHE4X32T8UNVISNSC
10
0.88
108/107 0.91/0.39
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,11,12,17
2
Universal
120-277
49863
QHE2X32T8UNVISLSC
10
0.78
48
0.41/0.18
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,
7,8,9,11,12,17
4
Universal
120-277
49867
QHE4X32T8UNVISLSC
10
0.78
95
0.80/0.35
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,11,12,17
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
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Universal Voltage Xtreme System Low Ballast Factor
Operates FBO24, FO25, FBO31, FO32, FBO32
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Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
FO32/XPS
1
Universal
120-277
51420
QTP1X32T8/UNVPSX TC
10
0.71
25
0.21/0.09
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,17,75
2
Universal
120-277
51425
QTP2X32T8/UNVPSX TC
10
0.71
47/46
0.40/0.17
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,75
3
Universal
120-277
51430
QTP3X32T8/UNVPSX SC
10
0.71
73/71
0.59/0.25
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,17,75
10
0.71
93/91
0.78/0.33
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,17,75
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
4
Universal
51435 QTP4X32T8/UNVPSX SC
120-277
Universal Voltage SUPERSAVER® Xtreme System Low Ballast Factor
Operates FO30WSS & FO28WSS Lamps
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
FO30/SS
1
Universal
120-277
51420
QTP1X32T8/UNVPSX TC
10
0.71
24
0.21/0.09
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,17,75
FO28/SS
1
Universal
120-277
51420
QTP1X32T8/UNVPSX TC
10
0.71
22
0.19/0.09
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,11,
12,17,75
FO30/SS
2
Universal
120-277
51425
QTP2X32T8/UNVPSX TC
10
0.71
44/43
0.37/0.16
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,11,
12,17,75
FO28/SS
2
Universal
120-277
51425
QTP2X32T8/UNVPSX TC
10
0.71
41/40
0.35/0.15
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,17,75
FO30/SS
3
Universal
120-277
51430
QTP3X32T8/UNVPSX SC
10
0.71
69/67
0.58/0.24
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,17,75
FO28/SS
3
Universal
120-277
51430
QTP3X32T8/UNVPSX SC
10
0.71
64/62
0.55/0.23
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,11,
12,17,75
FO30/SS
4
Universal
120-277
51435
QTP4X32T8/UNVPSX SC
10
0.71
88/86
0.74/0.31
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,11,
12,17,75
FO28/SS
4
Universal
120-277
51435
QTP4X32T8/UNVPSX SC
10
0.71
82/80
0.70/0.30
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,11,
12,17,75
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For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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T8 FLUORESCENT
T8 PROGRAMMED START, <10%THD
Universal Voltage Normal Light Output
Operates FBO16, FO17, FBO24, FO25, FBO31, FO32, FBO32, & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
FO32/XP
1
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
Universal
120-277
51400
QTP1X32T8/UNVPSNTC
10
0.88
31/30
0.26/0.11
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,11,
12,17,75
2
Universal
120-277
51405
QTP2X32T8/UNVPSN TC
10
0.88
60/58
0.50/0.21
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,17,75
3
Universal
120-277
51410
QTP3X32T8/UNVPSNSC
10
0.88
88/85
0.74/0.31
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,11,
12,17,75
4
Universal
120-277
51415
QTP4X32T8/UNVPSNSC
10
0.88
118/113 0.99/0.41
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,11,
12,17,75
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T8 INSTANT START, <20%THD, 8 FOOT
Normal Light Output
Operates FO96T8 & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
FO96T8
2
120
49581
QT2X59/120IS
10
0.88
110
0.95
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49582
QT2X59/277IS
10
0.88
110
0.41
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
347
49217
QT2X59/347IS
10
0.88
110
0.33
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,
10,11,12,13
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High Light Output
Operates FO96T8 & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
FO96T8
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
120
49583
QT2X59/120PLUS
6
1.19
151
1.30
Leads
1,2,6,7,8,9,
10,11,12,13
277
49584
QT2X59/277PLUS
6
1.19
151
0.56
Leads
1,2,6,7,8,9,
10,11,12,13
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
49598
20
0.88
112/110 0.93/0.40
Leads
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,13
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T8 INSTANT START, <10%THD, 8 FOOT
Operates FO96T8 & SUPERSAVER® Equivalents
Normal Light Output - Universal Voltage
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
FO96T8
2
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Universal
120-277
QTP2x59T8/UNV-ISN-SC
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• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
149
E
L
E
C
T
R
O
N
I
C
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
T5 LINEAR FLUORESCENT
T5HO PROGRAMMED START, <10%THD
QTP1X54T5HOUNV PSN and QTP2X54T5HOUNV PSN operates FP54T5HO, FT55DL, FPC55; QTP1X3924T5HOUNV PSN and QPT2X3924T5HOUNV PSN operates FPC22, FT24DL, CF24DF, FP24T5HO, FT36DL, CF36DF, FPC40, FP39T5HO; QTP1X80T5HOUNV PSN operates FP80T5HO and FT80T5DL
E
L
E
C
T
R
O
N
I
C
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
FP24T5HO
1
FP39T5HO
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
Universal
120-277
49100
QTP1X3924T5HOUNVPSN
10
1
29
0.23/0.10
Leads
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
1
Universal
120-277
49100
QTP1X3924T5HOUNVPSN
10
1
42
0.36/0.15
Leads
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
FP24T5HO
1
Universal
120-277
49101
QTP1X3924T5HOUNVPSN NL
20
1
29
0.23/0.10
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
FP39T5HO
1
Universal
120-277
49101
QTP1X3924T5HOUNVPSN NL
20
1
42
0.36/0.15
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
FP54T5HO
1
Universal
120-277
49120
QTP1X54T5HOUNVPSN
10
1
62/60
0.51/0.21
Leads
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
49121
QTP1X54T5HOUNVPSN NL
20
1
62/60
0.51/0.21
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
FP80T5HO
1
Universal
120-277
49151
QTP1X80T5HOUNVPSN NL
20
1
90
0.74/0.32
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
FP24T5HO
2
Universal
120-277
49110
QTP2X3924T5HOUNVPSN
10
1
55/54
0.47/0.20
Leads
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
FP39T5HO
2
Universal
120-277
49110
QTP2X3924T5HOUNVPSN
10
1
85/83
0.76/0.32
Leads
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
FP24T5HO
2
Universal
120-277
49111
QTP2X3924T5HOUNVPSN NL
20
1
55/54
0.47/0.20
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
FP39T5HO
2
Universal
120-277
49111
QTP2X3924T5HOUNVPSN NL
20
1
85/83
0.76/0.32
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
FP54T5HO
2
Universal
120-277
49130
QTP2X54T5HOUNVPSN
10
1
121/118 1.00/0.43
Leads
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
49131
QTP2X54T5HOUNVPSN NL
20
1
121/118 1.00/0.43
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
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T5 PROGRAMMED START, <10% THD
Universal Voltage
Operates FP14, FP21, FP28, FP35
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
FP28T5
1
Universal
120-277
49171
QTP1x28T5UNVPSN NL
20
1.00
32
0.28/0.12
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
2
Universal
120-277
49181
QTP2X28T5UNVPSN NL
20
1.00
65/63
0.55/0.23
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,2,4,6,8,9,
10,11,12,17,23
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
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T5HO PROGRAMMED START, <10%THD
Discrete Voltage
QTP1x80T5HOPSN operates FP80T5HO
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
FP80T5HO
1
120
49660
QTP1x80T5HO/120PSN-E
20
1.00
91
0.75
Wiretrap
Connectors
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,13,16
277
49670
QTP1x80T5HO/277PSN-E
20
1.00
90
0.33
Wiretrap
Connectors
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,13,16
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• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
TT5 COMPACT FLUORESCENT
TT5 INSTANT START, <20%THD
Operates FT40DL
Primary37
Lamp
No of
Type
Lamps
FT40DL
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
1
120
277
49641
49642
QT1X40/120DL
QT1X40/277DL
10
0.96
40
0.33
0.14
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
2
120
49643
QT2X40/120DL
10
0.96
75
0.63
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49644
QT2X40/277DL
10
0.96
75
0.28
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
120
49645
QT3X40/120DL
10
0.96
110
0.94
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
277
49646
QT3X40/277DL
10
0.96
110
0.42
Leads
1,2,4,5,6,7,
8,9,10,11,12,13
3
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Symbols &
Footnotes
TT5 PROGRAMMED START, <10%THD
Normal Light Output
Primary37
Lamp
No of
Type
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
FT40DL
120
50320
QTP1X40TT5/120PSN F
20
0.88
38
0.32
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,13,16
277
50330
QTP1X40TT5/277PSN F
20
0.88
37
0.13
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,13,16
120
50340
QTP2X40TT5/120PSN F
20
0.88
76
0.63
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,13,16
277
50350
QTP2X40TT5/277PSN F
20
0.88
73
0.27
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,13,16
120
50360
QTP3X40TT5/120PSN B
20
0.88
110
0.92
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,13,16
277
50370
QTP3X40TT5/277PSN B
20
0.88
108
0.39
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,12,13,16
1
2
3
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T4 COMPACT FLUORESCENT
PROGRAMMED START UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE <10% THD
99
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Primary
Lamp
Type
No. of Ballast
Lamps Factor
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Input
Wattage
(W)
51718
51778
51748
QTP 1/2X13CF/UNV BS
QTP 1/2X13CF/UNV QS
QTP 1/2X13CF/UNV TS
20
16
20
13W DD/E,T/E
1
2
1.0
1.0
Universal
120-277
51723
51783
51753
QTP 1/2X18CF/UNV BS
QTP 1/2X18CF/UNV QS
QTP 1/2X18CF/UNV TS
20
16
20
18W DD/E,T/E
1
2
1.0
1.0
51733
51793
51763
QTP 2X26CF/UNV BS
QTP 2X26CF/UNV QS
QTP 2X26CF/UNV TS
20
16
20
26W DD/E, T/E
26W DD/E, T/E
32W DT/E
42W DT/E
1
2
1
1
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Circuit
Type
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
16
29
Series
Wiretrap
Connectors
8,9,10,11,17,25,28
Universal
120-277
20
38
Series
Wiretrap
Connectors
8,9,10,11,17,25,28
1.0
1.0
0.98
1.0
Universal
120-277
28
54
35
45
Series
Wiretrap
Connectors
8,9,10,11,17,25,28
Note: QTPx26CF/UNV models now also operate one lamp as shown above
51738
51798
51768
QTP 1/2XCF/UNV BM
QTP 1/2XCF/UNV PM
QTP 1/2XCF/UNV TM
20
18
18
26W DD/E, T/E
26W DD/E, T/E
32W DT/E
42W DT/E
1
2
1
1
1.02
1.02
0.97
1.0
Universal
120-277
28
57
36
46
Series
Wiretrap
Connectors
6,8,9,10,11,17,25,28
51743
51803
51773
QTP 2X26/32/42CF/UNV BM
QTP 2X26/32/42CF/UNV PM
QTP 2X26/32/42CF/UNV TM
20
18
18
26W DT/E
32W DT/E
42W DT/E
2
2
2
1.02
0.96
0.95
Universal
120-277
54
69
94
Series
Wiretrap
Connectors
6,8,9,10,11,17,25,28,
51740
51800
QT 1X57CF/UNV BM
QT 1X57CF/UNV PM
20
18
57W DT/E
70W DT/E
1
1
1
0.92
Universal
120-277
62
71
Series
Wiretrap
Connectors
6,8,9,10,11,17,25,28
• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
151 R1
E
L
E
C
T
R
O
N
I
C
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
T8 FLUORESCENT
T8 DIMMING, <10%THD
0-10V
Operates FBO31, FO32, FBO32
Primary38
Lamp
Type
Input
No of Voltage
Lamps (VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Control
Setting
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
FO32/XP
1
120
50700
QTP1X32T8/120DIM5 B
20
0.94
32
0.27
100%-5%
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,29,30,31
277
50710
QTP1X32T8/277DIM5 B
20
0.94
32
0.12
100%-5%
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,29,30,31
120
50720
QTP2X32T8/120DIM5 B
20
0.94
66
0.57
100%-5%
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,29,30,31
277
50730
QTP2X32T8/277DIM5 B
20
0.94
66
0.25
100%-5%
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,29,30,31
120
50750
QTP3X32T8/120DIM5-Q
20
0.88
93
0.78
100%-5%
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,29,30,31
277
50760
QTP3X32T8/277DIM5-Q
20
0.88
93
0.34
100%-5%
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,29,30,31
120
50770
QTP4X32T8/120DIM10 Q
20
0.88
120
1.10
100%-10% Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,29,30,31
277
50780
QTP4X32T8/277DIM10 Q
20
0.88
120
0.55
100%-10% Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,29,30,31
Symbols &
Footnotes
2
E
L
E
C
T
R
O
N
I
C
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
3
4
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T5 LINEAR FLUORESCENT
T5HO DIMMING, <10% THD
0-10V
Operates FP54T5HO
Primary38
Lamp
Type
Input
No of Voltage
Lamps (VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Control
Setting
Wiring
Method
FP54T5HO
1
120
49671
QT1X54/120PHO-DIM
20
1.00
62
0.54
100-1%
Wiretrap
2,4,6,8,9,10,
Connectors 11,13,29,31,32
277
49672
QT1X54/277PHO-DIM
20
1.00
61
0.23
100-1%
Wiretrap
2,4,6,8,9,10,
Connectors 11,13,29,31,32
120
49673
QT2X54/120PHO-DIM
20
1.00
120
1.07
100-1%
Wiretrap
2,4,6,8,9,10,
Connectors 11,13,29,31,32
277
49674
QT2X54/277PHO-DIM
20
1.00
117
0.45
100-1%
Wiretrap
2,4,6,8,9,10,
Connectors 11,13,29,31,32
Control
Setting
Wiring
Method
2
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T8 FLUORESCENT
T8 DIMMING, <10%THD
DALI
Operates FBO31, FO32, FBO32
Primary38
Lamp
Type
Input
No of Voltage
Lamps (VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
FO32/XP
1
Universal
120-277
51350
QTP1X32T8/UNV DALI
25
1.00
36
0.31/0.13 100% - 1% Wiretrap
8,9,10,11,17,24,31,32
2
Universal
120-277
51352
QTP2X32T8/UNV DALI
25
1.00
72/70
0.61/0.26 100% - 1% Wiretrap
8,9,10,11,17,24,31,32
Symbols &
Footnotes
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T5 LINEAR FLUORESCENT
T5HO DIMMING, <10%THD
DALI
Operates FP54T5HO
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
FP54T5HO
1
2
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Universal
120-277
51364
QTP1X54T5HO/UNV DALI
25
1.00
62/61
0.52/0.22
Wiretrap
Connectors
8,9,10,11,17,24,31,32
Universal
120-277
51366
QTP2X54T5HO/UNV DALI
25
1.00
122/119 1.05/0.44
Wiretrap
Connectors
8,9,10,11,17,24,31,32
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
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T5 DIMMING, <10%THD
DALI
Operates FP28T5
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
FP28T5
1
Universal
120-277
51356
QTP1X28T5/UNV DALI
25
1.00
32
0.27/0.11
Wiretrap
Connectors
8,9,10,11,17,24,31,32
2
Universal
120-277
51358
QTP2X28T5/UNV DALI
25
1.00
64/62
0.55/0.23
Wiretrap
Connectors
8,9,10,11,17,24,31,32
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
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T12 FLUORESCENT
T12 INSTANT START, <20%THD, 8 FOOT
Normal Light Output
Operates F60T12, F72T12, F84T12, F96T12, F96T12/SS
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
F96T12
2
120
49881
QT2X96/120IS
10
0.88
135
1.20
Leads
2,4,5,6,7,
9,10,11,13,16,32,63
277
49882
QT2X96/277IS
10
0.88
135
0.52
Leads
2,4,5,6,7,
9,10,11,13,16,32,63
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T12HO RAPID START, <20%THD, 8 FOOT
Operates F48T12/HO, F60T12/HO, F72T12HO, F84T12/HO, F96T12HO, F96T12/HO/SS
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
F96T12/HO
2
120
49883
QT2X96/120HO
10
0.88
210
1.79
Leads
2,4,5,6,7,
9,10,11,13,16,48,63
277
49884
QT2X96/277HO
10
0.88
210
0.78
Leads
2,4,5,6,7,
9,10,11,13,16,48,63
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T12 RAPID START, <10%THD
Operates F40T12
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
F40T12
1
120
50560
QTP1X40T12/120RSN B
20
0.875
38
0.34
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,32,34
277
50570
QTP1X40T12/277RSN B
20
0.875
38
0.14
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,32,34
120
50580
QTP2X40T12/120RSN B
20
0.84
69
0.68
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,32,34
2
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E
L
E
C
T
R
O
N
I
C
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
T12 FLUORESCENT
T12 RAPID START, <10%THD
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
F40T12
2
277
50590
QTP2X40T12/277RSN B
20
0.835
68
0.27
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,32,34
3
120
50600
QTP3X40T12/120RSN B
20
0.875
109
0.92
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,32,34
277
50610
QTP3X40T12/277RSN B
20
0.865
105
0.45
Leads
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,32,34
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ICETRON® UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE
QT1x100ICE/UNV operates ICE70, ICE100; QT1x150ICE/UNV operates ICE100, ICE150
E
L
E
C
T
R
O
N
I
C
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
ICE70
1
ICE100
1
ICE150
1
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
Universal
120-277
49753
QT1X100ICE/UNV-T
5
1.05
79/77
0.66/0.29
Connectors
4,6,8,9,10,11,
17,20,63,72,76,77,78
Universal
120-277
49753
QT1X100ICE/UNV-T
5
1.00
106/103 0.88/0.37
Connectors
4,6,8,9,10,11,
17,20,63,72,76,77
49772
QT1X150ICE/UNV-T
5
1.38
154/149 1.28/0.54
Connectors
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,17,20,63,72,77
49772
QT1X150ICE/UNV-T
5
1.00
161/156 1.34/0.58
Connectors
2,4,6,8,9,10,
11,17,20,63,72,77
Universal
120-277
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METAL HALIDE
UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE
QTP1x39MH/UNV operates (M130) PAR20, PAR30, T-6; QTP1x70MH/UNV operates (M143/M98) PAR30, PAR38, ED-17, (M139) T-6; QTP1x100MH/UNV operates (M140/M90) PAR38, ED-17
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
39W T6
1
70W T6
100W E17
1
1
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Universal
120-277
Universal
120-277
Universal
120-277
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
51940
QTP 1X39MH/UNV F
10
1.00
45
0.38/0.16
Leads
4,6,8,9,10,11,
17,25,27,37,38,39
51941
QTP 1X39MH/UNV J
10
1.00
45
0.38/0.16
Leads
4,6,8,9,10,11,
17,25,27,37,38,39
51942
QTP 1X70MH/UNV F
10
1.00
80
0.68/0.29
Leads
4,6,8,9,10,11,
17,25,27,37,38,39
51943
QTP 1X70MH/UNV J
10
1.00
80
0.68/0.29
Leads
4,6,8,9,10,11,
17,25,27,37,38,39
51944
QTP 1X100MH/UNV F
10
1.00
112
0.95/0.40
Leads
4,6,8,9,10,11,
17,25,27,37,38,39
51945
QTP 1X100MH/UNV J
10
1.00
112
0.95/0.40
Leads
4,6,8,9,10,11,
17,25,27,37,38,39
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Input
Wattage Current
(W)
(Amps)
Wiring
Method
Symbols &
Footnotes
49734
50
1.00
33
Wiretrap
Connectors
1,4,6,8,9,10,
11,13,24,32
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T2 FLUORESCENT MINIATURE
Operates FM6/H, FM8/H, FM11/H, FM13/H
Primary37
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
FM13/H
2
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Universal
120-277
QT-FM
0.28/0.14
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• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
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HOW TO READ PRODUCT INFORMATION - MAGNETIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTS
Primary
Lamp
Type
F34T12
No
Input
of
Voltage Product
Lamps (VAC) Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Power
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
2
120
48001
MB2x40/120RS-SRNK
10
0.88
73
0.65
F96T12/VHO 2
120
48131
MB2x96/VHO/120RS-SRNK
4
0.95
450
3.8
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Symbols &
Footnotes
1,2,3
1,2,3
F15T12
1
120
48200
MB1x15/120PH/TP
16
0.79
32
0.60
1,2,3
HOW TO READ ORDERING ABBREVIATIONS
MB2x40/120RS-SRNK
MB2x96/VHO/120RS-SRNK
MB1x15/120PH-TP
MB
2x
40
120
RS
SRNK
MB
2x
96
VHO
120
RS
SRNK
MB
1x
15
120
PH
TP
Magnetic ballast
Number of lamps the ballast operates
Lamp wattage or length
Input voltage
Starting method/lamp type
Product is Shrinkwrapped
Magnetic ballast
Number of lamps the ballast operates
Lamp wattage or length
Starting method/lamp type
Input voltage
Starting method/lamp type
Product is Shrinkwrapped
Magnetic ballast
Number of lamps the ballast operates
Lamp wattage or length
Input voltage
Starting method/lamp type
Thermal protection
BALLAST CATEGORIES
Number of lamps the
1x, 2x
ballast operates
Input voltage
120, 277
Starting method/lamp type IS - Instant start, RS - Rapid start, PH - Preheat/trigger start, CIRC - Circline, HO - High output, VHO - Very High Output
Sylvania Magnetic Fluorescent ballasts are all rated for 60Hz input frequency.
Rapid Start Ballasts
These ballasts operate the popular 40W T12 and T8 lamps with a smooth start to ensure proper operation. A rapid start ballast removes the need for the separate starter required with pre-heat lamps and also eliminates the flicker associated with pre-heat starting.
Slimline Ballasts
Slimline ballasts are designed for use with single pin T12 lamps and do not require separate starters. Slimline ballasts start lamps with a high starting voltage
without preheating the coils. Slimline lamps are specially constructed to utilize this starting method, and provide good system efficacy because no power is
used to heat the coils.
HO and VHO Ballasts
HO and VHO ballasts are rapid start T12 ballasts designed to operate the High Output and Very High Output T12 lamps popular in retail and industrial environments. They come in larger versions of the standard magnetic F-Can to handle the higher power loads of these systems.
Trigger Start Ballasts
Trigger Start ballsts are designed to start a preheat lamp without the use of a starter.
HO Sign Ballasts
HO Sign ballasts are rapid start T12 ballasts designed for cold weather and outdoor applications which provide reliable performance in sign applications.
Circline and Pre-Heat Ballasts
These products are available for the most popular circline and pre-heat lamp types, and come in standard and thermally protected models. Pre-Heat ballasts
also require the use of an external starter to ignite the lamps.
For more information about Magnetic ballast warranties, please visit the warranty section of this catalog.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 173-174
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A
G
N
E
T
I
C
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
CERTIFICATIONS Depicts ballast is listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. in accordance with UL 1029 for HID ballasts, and UL 935
for Fluorescent ballasts.
Depicts ballast is listed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. in accordance with UL 1029 and CAN/CSA - 22.2 No. 74
for Canada.
Depicts ballast is a recognized component by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. in accordance with UL 1029 for US and
CAN/CSA - 22.2 No. 74 for Canada.
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
Depicts ballast is certified by the Canadian Standards Association in accordance with CAN/CSA - 22.2 No. 74-92.
Indicates SYLVANIA ballast complies with National Energy Conservation Amendments of 1988 (unless otherwise
indicated).
Indicates SYLVANIA ballast complies with Canadian Energy Standards (unless otherwise indicated).
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 173-174
RAPID START
T12 & T10
High Power Factor; Class A Sound Rating; MB2x30 also operates F30SS; MB1x40 also operates F40, FB40, FB40SS, F40T10, F30 or F30SS; MB2x40 also operates F40, FB40, FB40SS or F40T10; MB1x40/120RES is Normal Power Factor and operates only F40T12, FC12T9 or FC16T9
Primary35
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number
F30T12
2
120
48409
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
MB2X30/120RS-SRNK
10
0.95
80
0.67
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Symbols &
Footnotes
4,6,8,32,40,41,
43
277
48410
MB2X30/277RS-SRNK
10
0.95
80
0.29
4,6,8,32,40,41,
43
F34T12
1
120
48011
MB1X40/120RS-SRNK
10
0.91
44
0.38
4,6,8,32,
40,41,43
277
48120
MB1X40/277RS-SRNK
10
0.91
44
0.16
4,6,8,32,
40,41,43
2
120
48001
MB2X40/120RS-SRNK
10
0.88
73
0.65
4,6,8,32,
40,41,43
277
48121
MB2X40/277RS-SRNK
10
0.89
77
0.29
4,6,8,32,
40,41,43
F40T12
1
120
48210
MB1X40/120RES-SRNK
16
0.60
31
0.53
4,6,8,32,40,43,
44,45
INSTANT START
T12 SLIMLINE
High Power Factor; Class B Sound Rating; MB2x48 also operates F48T12SS; MB1x96 & MB2x96 also operates F96T12SS, F84, F72, F64 or F60
Primary35
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number
F48T12
2
120
48122
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
MB2X48/120IS-SRNK
6
0.93
87
0.77
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Symbols &
Footnotes
4,6,8,12,41,43,
46
277
48123
MB2X48/277IS-SRNK
6
0.93
88
0.34
4,6,8,12,41,43,
46
F96T12
1
120
48124
MB1X96/120IS-SRNK
6
0.93
101
0.90
4,6,8,32,41,43,
46
277
48125
MB1x96/277IS-SRNK
6
0.93
101
0.39
4,6,8,32,41,43,
46
2
120
48018
MB2X96/120IS-SRNK
6
0.93
160
1.39
4,6,8,32,
41,43,46
277
48126
MB2X96/277IS-SRNK
6
0.93
162
0.60
4,6,8,32,
41,43,46
RAPID START
T12HO
High Power Factor; Class C Sound Rating; MB1x96HO and MB2x96HO also operates F96T12HOSS, F84HO, F72HO, F60HO, F48HO, F42HO, F36HO or F24HO.
MB1/2x48/96HO also operates one F48HO, F60HO, F72HO , F84HO, F96HO or two F24HO or two F36HO
Primary35
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number
F96T12/HO
1
120
48127
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
MB1X96/HO/120RS-SRNK
4
0.95
136
1.19
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Symbols &
Footnotes
4,6,8,41,43,48,
49
277
48128
MB1X96/HO/277RS-SRNK
4
0.94
138
0.53
4,6,8,41,43,48,
49
2
120
48025
MB2X96/HO/120RS-SRNK
4
0.95
243
2.05
4,6,8,41,
43,48,49
277
48027
MB2X96/HO/277RS-SRNK
4
0.95
242
0.90
4,6,8,41,
43,48,49
• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
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M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
RAPID START
T12HO
Primary35
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number
F48T12/HO
2
120
48151
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
MB1/2x48/96/HO/120RS-SRNK
4
0.95
154
1.33
Symbols &
Footnotes
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4,6,8,43,48,49
T12HO SIGN BALLAST
Also operates any T12HO lamp within quantity of lamp and lamp length requirements, see www.sylvania.com for further information
Primary35
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number
F96T12/HO
1-2
120
48225
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
MSB-12-0412-TP
1
0.88
124
1.10
Symbols &
Footnotes
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5,6,8,48,49,52,
53
F72T12/HO
2-4
120
48226
MSB-24-0620-TP
1
0.92
266
2.23
5,6,8,48,49,52,
55
48227
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
MSB-24-1224-TP
1
0.83
290
2.51
5,6,8,48,49,52,
57
F120T12/HO
2-4
120
48228
MSB-24-2040-TP
1
0.80
471
3.96
5,6,8,48,49,52,
59
F72T12/HO
4-6
120
48229
MSB-46-1240-TP
1
0.78
383
3.37
5,6,8,48,49,52,
60
F96T12/HO
4-6
120
48232
MSB-46-2448-TP
1
0.85
588
4.92
5,6,8,48,49,52,
61
COMPONENTS
J-BOX COVER
Cover for Sign & F-Can Ballasts
Primary35
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number
48275
Ordering Abbreviation
JBOXCOVER
(FOR SIGN AND FCAN BALLASTS)
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
Symbols &
Footnotes
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2
RAPID START
T12VHO
High Power Factor; Class D Sound Rating; MB1x96VHO also operates F96T12VHOSS, F72T12VHO, F60T12VHO or F48T12VHO; MB2x96VHO also operates
F96T12VHOSS or F72T12VHO
Primary35
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number
F96T12/VHO
1
120
48129
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
MB1X96/VHO/120RS-SRNK
4
0.92
218
1.96
Symbols &
Footnotes
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4,6,8,41,43,48,
49
277
48130
MB1X96/VHO/277RS-SRNK
4
0.91
212
0.81
4,6,8,41,43,48,
49
2
120
48131
MB2X96/VHO/120RS-SRNK
4
0.95
452
3.80
4,6,8,41,43,48,
49
277
48132
MB2X96/VHO/277RS-SRNK
4
0.93
423
1.57
4,6,8,41,43,48,
49
• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
PREHEAT/TRIGGER START
T5, T8 & T12
Normal Power Factor; Class A Sound Rating; MB1x8 also operates F6T5 & F4T5; MB1x15, MB1x20 & MB2x20 operates F14T12, F15T12, F20T12, F14T8 &
F15T8
Primary35
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
F8T5
1
120
48475
MB1X8/120PH/TP/S
40
0.97
10
0.16
F15T12
1
120
48200
MB1X15/120PH/TP
16
0.98
33
0.69
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Symbols &
Footnotes
4,6,8,32,43
4,6,8,32,40,43,
45
F20T12
1
2
120
120
48201
MB1X20/120PH/TP
40
0.83
22
0.34
4,6,8,32,62
48202
MB1X20/120PH
40
0.83
22
0.34
6,8,32,62
48203
MB2X20/120PH/TP
16
0.58
41
0.47
4,6,8,32,40,43
RAPID START
T8
High Power Factor; Class A Sound Rating; MB1x17 also operates FBO16; MB1x25/32-LW also operates FO25; MB1x25/32 & MB2x25/32 also operates FBO32,
FBO31, FO25 & FBO24
Primary35
Lamp
Type
F017
F032
FO32
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
1
120
48312
MB1X17/120RS
10
1.05
31
0.27
4,6,8,32,40
Symbols &
Footnotes
1
120
48096
MB1x25/32/120RS-LW
10
0.84
33
0.29
4,6,8,32,40
1
120
48240
MB1X25/32/120RS-SRNK
10
0.94
44
0.39
4,6,8,32,40,43
4,6,8,32,40,43
1
277
48241
MB1X25/32/277RS-SRNK
10
0.93
43
0.16
2
120
48242
MB2X25/32/120RS-SRNK
10
0.94
74
0.63
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4,6,8,32,40,
43
277
48243
MB2X25/32/277RS-SRNK
10
0.93
75
0.28
4,6,8,32,40,
43
T9 CIRCLINE
Normal Power Factor; Class A Sound Rating; MB1x32 also operates FC16T9
Primary35
Lamp
Type
No of
Lamps
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
Ballast
Factor
Input
Wattage
(W)
Input
Current
(Amps)
FC8T9
1
120
FC12T9
1
120
48230
MB1X22/120CIRC
16
0.82
29
0.63
4,6,8,32,40,43
48231
MB1X32/120CIRC
16
0.62
31
0.61
4,6,8,32,40,43
Symbols &
Footnotes
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159
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
F
L
U
O
R
E
S
C
E
N
T
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
HOW TO READ PRODUCT INFORMATION - MAGNETIC HID BALLAST
Primary
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg
Qty
ANSI
Code
Input
Power
(W)
Max. Input
Current
(Amps)
Open
Circuit
Voltage
Circuit
Type
Symbols &
Footnotes
M250PS
47282
M250/SUPER5-PS-KIT
1
M138
288
250/1.40
1.30/1.10
0.65
290
CWA
20,22,
24,25
120/208/
240/277
46522
H100-MULTI-KIT
1
H38
120
1.05/0.60
0.52/0.45
250
CWA
20,22,
24,25
120
47304
LU100/120R
1
S54
120
2.70
120
Reactor/NPF
Product
Number
120/208/
240/277/
480
H100
LU100
Circuit Type
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21,22
CWA - Constant wattage autotransformer, CWI - Constant wattage isolated,
HX-HPF - (Autolag) High reactance autotransformer, R-NPF - Reactor normal power factor
HOW TO READ ORDERING ABBREVIATIONS
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
H
I
D
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
M250/SUPER5-PS-KIT
M
Lamp Type-METALARC Metal Halide
250
Lamp wattage
SUPER5 Input Voltage
PS
Pulse Start
KIT
Packaging configuration
H100-MULTI-KIT
H
Lamp Type-Mercury
100
Lamp wattage
MULTI Input Voltage
KIT
Packaging configuration
LU100/120R
LU Lamp Type-LUMALUX High Pressure Sodium
100 Lamp wattage
120 Input Voltage
R
Ballast Type-Reactor Ballast
BALLAST CATEGORIES
Lamp type
Input voltage
M-METALARC metal halide, LU-LUMALUX High Pressure Sodium, H-Mercury
Super5 - 120/208/240/277/480; Multi-120/208/240/277; 120/240; 120; 277; 480; 480/120T (480/120TAP)
SYLVANIA HID Ballasts are available in easy-to use replacement kits for the range of metal halide, high pressure sodium and mercury lamps. These ballast kits
help to eliminate the hassles of identifying what's required for a replacement or upgrade by providing an array of components in each kit. New Super5 Kits can
be used for multiple taps styles 120/208/240/277 & 480V application minimizing hassles associated with selecting the wrong voltage product. All are rated for
60Hz input frequency and utilize dry film capatitors where applicable.
METALARC® Metal Halide Magnetic Ballast Kits
Named for SYLVANIA METALARC lamps, these kits include core and coil, capacitors, ignitors (where required), brackets and mounting hardware.
Available for a broad range of metal halide and pulse start metal halide lamps, most kits are also suitable for use with like wattage mercury lamps. Each is clearly labeled with the appropriate combinations.
METALARC Indoor Enclosed HID Ballasts
New Indoor Enclosed ballasts for indoor applications where remote mounting is required. Remote mounting allows for cooler ballast operation, easy replacement and minimal noise.
F-Can HID Ballasts
New F-Can ballasts for indoor aplications operate a range of metal halide, pulse start metal halide and high pressure sodium lamps with minimal noise. Available
in a fluorescent can type ballast and are thermally protected.
LUMALUX® High Pressure Sodium Magnetic Ballast Kits
These kits, named for the SYLVANIA LUMALUX high pressure sodium lamps, include core and coil, capacitors, ignitors, brackets and mounting hardware.
LUMALUX High Pressure Sodium Reactor Ballasts
Available for low wattage lamps, these ballasts are the simple reactor ballasts popular for 120V applications. Power factor correction capacitors are available for
installations requiring higher power factors than normal.
MERCURY Magnetic Ballast Kits
These kits are available for the array of available mercury lamps and include core and coil, capacitor, brackets and mounting hardware. Some models also offer
dual lamp capability.
For more information about Magnetic ballast warranties, please visit the warranty section of this catalog.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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METALARC® METAL HALIDE
CORE & COIL KITS
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
M175
120/208/
47243
240/277/480
120/208/
240/277
480
M250
M400
M1000
M1500
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
M175/SUPER5-KIT
1
M57, H39
210
1.96/1.15/
305
1.00/0.86/0.54
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
47735
M175/MULTI-KIT
1
M57, H39
210
1.80/1.04/
0.90/0.78
305
CWA
8,4,20,48,65
47035
M175/480-KIT
1
M57, H39
210
0.54
305
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480/120TAP 47253
M175/480/120T-KIT
1
M57, H39
210
0.54
305
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/277
47254
M175/120/277-KIT
1
M57, H39
210
1.80/0.78
305
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
47265
240/277/480
M250/SUPER5-KIT
1
M58, H37
290
2.50/1.45/
300
1.25/1.10/0.63
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
47737
M250/MULTI-KIT
1
M58, H37
290
2.50/1.45/
1.25/1.10
300
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480
47611
M250/480-KIT
1
M58, H37
290
0.63
300
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480/120TAP 47268
M250/480/120T-KIT
1
M58, H37
290
0.63
300
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
47049
M250/MULTI 3X4-KIT
1
M58, H37
294
3.16/2.15/
1.60/1.40
300
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480
47050
M250/480-3X4-KIT
1
M58, H37
294
0.86
300
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
47338
240/277/480
M400/SUPER5-KIT
1
M59, H33
458
4.00/2.30/
300
2.00/1.70/1.00
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
47739
M400/MULTI-KIT
1
M59, H33
458
4.00/2.30/
2.00/1.70
300
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480
47065
M400/480-KIT
1
M59, H33
458
1.00
300
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480/120TAP 47394
M400/480/120T-KIT
1
M59, H33
458
1.00
300
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/240
M2X400/120/240-KIT
1
M59, H33
880
7.90/3.95
630
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
47427
240/277/480
M1000/SUPER5-KIT
1
M47, H36
1080
9.20/5.30/
420
4.60/4.00/2.30
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
47744
M1000/MULTI-KIT
1
M47, H36
1080
9.00/5.20/
4.50/3.90
421
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480
47655
M1000/480-KIT
1
M47, H36
1080
2.30
421
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480/120TAP 47432
M1000/480/120T-KIT
1
M47, H36
1080
2.30
421
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
46808
M1500/MULTI-KIT
1
M48
1605
13.50/7.80/
6.75/5.85
435
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480
47095
M1500/480-KIT
1
M48
1605
3.50
435
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
M1500/480/120T-KIT
1
M48
1605
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
47075
480/120TAP 47434
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
Symbols &
Footnotes
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M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
H
I
D
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
PULSE START CORE & COIL KITS
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
M39
M50
M70
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
120/208/
240/277
47001
M35/MULTI-HQ/CI-KIT
1
M130
58
0.50/0.29/
0.25/0.22
215
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/277
47203
M35/120/277-KIT
1
M130
54
1.02/0.45
235
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47007
M50/MULTI-KIT
1
M110
67
1.33/0.77/
0.68/0.58
250
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/277
47204
M50/120/277-KIT
1
M110
67
1.33/0.58
250
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47013
M70/MULTI-KIT
1
M98
95
1.70/0.96/
0.83/0.72
250
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
Symbols &
Footnotes
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METALARC® METAL HALIDE
PULSE START CORE & COIL KITS
Primary36
Lamp
Type
M70
M100
M150
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
120/277
47217
M70/120/277-KIT
1
M98
95
1.70/1.72
250
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47645
M70/MULTI-HQ/CI-KIT
1
M98, M85,
M139, M143
95
0.94/0.55/
0.48/0.41
215
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47019
M100/MULTI-KIT
1
M90
130
2.16/1.25/
1.10/0.95
250
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/277
47219
M100/120/277-KIT
1
M90
130
2.16/0.95
250
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47682
M150/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M102
185
3.60/2.06/
1.78/1.55
260
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
47640
M150/MULTI-PS-CWA-KIT
1
M81, M102,
M142
189
1.80/1.03/
0.90/0.78
215
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/277
47228
M150/120/277-PS-KIT
1
M102
185
3.60/1.55
260
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47229
M150/MULTI-KIT
1
M81
185
3.60/2.05/
1.80/1.55
245
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47686
M175/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M137, M152
208
1.80/1.10/
0.90/0.80
275
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480
46801
M175/480-PS-KIT
1
M137, M152
208
0.50
275
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47690
M200/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M136
232
2.00/1.20/
1.00/0.90
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480
46802
M200/480-PS-KIT
1
M136
232
0.50
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
240/277
M175/PS
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
H
I
D
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
M200/PS
Symbols &
Footnotes
480/120TAP 47259
M200/480/120T-PS-KIT
1
M136
232
0.50
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
HQI250
120/277
M250/120/277-KIT
1
M80
290
5.50/2.30
240
HX-HPF
8,14,20,48,50,65
M250/PS
120/208/
47282
240/277/480
M250/SUPER5-PS-KIT
1
M138, M153
288
2.50/1.40/
290
1.30/1.10/0.65
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47112
M250/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M138, M153
288
2.50/1.40/
1.30/1.10
280
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480
47106
M250/480-PS-KIT
1
M138, M153
288
0.65
290
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480/120TAP 47283
M250/480/120T-PS-KIT
1
M138, M153
288
0.65
290
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47676
M320/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M132
368
3.2/1.9/
1.62/1.4
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480
46803
M320/PS
M350/PS
M400/PS
M450/PS
47273
M320/480-PS-KIT
1
M132, M154
368
0.90
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480/120TAP 47303
M320/480/120T-PS-KIT
1
M132, M154
368
1.90
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47695
M350/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M131
400
3.40/2.00/
1.70/1.50
275
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480
47697
M350/480-PS-KIT
1
M131
400
0.90
275
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480/120TAP 47337
M350/480/120T-PS-KIT
1
M131
400
0.90
275
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
47400
240/277/480
M400/SUPER5-PS-KIT
1
M135, M155
452
3.80/2.20/
275
1.90/1.70/1.00
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47132
M400/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M135, M155
452
3.80/2.20/
1.90/1.70
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480
47138
M400/480-PS-KIT
1
M135, M155
452
1.00
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480/120TAP 47403
M400/480/120T-PS-KIT
1
M135, M155
452
1.00
275
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47405
M450/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M144
508
4.30/2.50/
2.20/1.90
275
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480
46804
M450/480-PS-KIT
1
M144
512
1.10
275
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
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METALARC® METAL HALIDE
PULSE START CORE & COIL KITS
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
M450/PS
480/120TAP 47408
M750/PS
120/208/
240/277
47717
120/277/
347/480
M1000/PS
HQI2000
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
M450/480/120T-PS-KIT
1
M144
505
1.10
275
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
M750/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M149
818
7.00/4.00/
3.50/3.00
360
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
47409
M750/120/277/347/480-PS-KIT
1
M149
818
7.00/3.00/
2.45/1.75
360
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480
47718
M750/480-PS-KIT
1
M149
818
1.75
360
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/208/
240/277
47416
M1000/MULTI-PS-KIT
1
M141
1080
9.00/5.20/
4.50/3.90
421
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
120/277/
347/480
47417
M1000/120/277/347/480-PS-KIT
1
M141
1080
9.00/3.90/
3.20/2.40
421
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
480
46805
M1000/480-PS-KIT
1
M141
1080
2.30
421
CWA
8,14,20,48,50,65
277/347/
480
47090
M2000/277/347/480-HQI-RL-KIT
1
2200
8.50/6.60/
4.90
370
Reg. Lag
8,14,20,48,50,65
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Symbols &
Footnotes
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F-CAN
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
M175
120/277
47743
M175/120/277/F-CAN
1
M57, H39
205
1.75/0.75
310
CWA
6,8,33,48,68,69
M250
120/277
47751
M250/120/277/F-CAN
1
M58, H37
295
2.60/1.10
310
CWA
6,8,33,48,68,69
M400
120/277
47759
M400/120/277/F-CAN
1
M59, H33
460
3.90/1.70
300
CWA
6,8,47,48,68,69
Symbols &
Footnotes
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PULSE START F-CAN
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
M39
120/277
47680
M35/120/277/F-CAN
1
M130
54
1.05/0.45
235
HX-HPF
6,8,11,48,50,68,69
M50
120/277
47195
M50/120/277/F-CAN
1
M110
67
1.33/0.58
250
HX-HPF
6,8,33,48,50,68,69
M70
120/277
47693
M70/120/277/F-CAN
1
M139
95
HX-HPF
6,8,48,50,68,69
47694
M70/120/277/F-CAN
1
M98, M143,
M139
94
1.95/0.85
250
HX-HPF
6,8,33,48,50,68,69
2.50/1.07
260
HX-HPF
6,8,33,48,50,68,69
Symbols &
Footnotes
M100
120/277
47734
M100/120/277/F-CAN
1
M90
125
M150
120/277
47738
M150-PS/120/277/F-CAN
1
M102
180
CWA
6,8,48,50,68,69
M175/PS
120/277
47741
M175-PS/120/277/F-CAN
1
M137
205
CWA
6,8,48,50,68,69
M200/PS
120/277
47747
M200-PS/120/277/F-CAN
1
M136
232
CWA
6,8,48,50,68,69
M250/PS
120/277
47749
M250-PS/120/277/F-CAN
1
M138, M153
295
2.70/1.17
300
CWA
6,8,33,48,50,68,69
M320/PS
120/277
47753
M320-PS/120/277/F-CAN
1
M132, M154
375
3.35/1.46
300
CWA
6,8,47,48,50,68,69
M400/PS
120/277
47757
M400-PS/120/277/F-CAN
1
M135, M155
465
4.10/1.80
285
CWA
6,8,47,48,50,68,69
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INDOOR ENCLOSED
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
M175
120/208/
240/277
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
47153
1
210
305
M175/MULTI-I/D
M57, H39
1.80/1.04/
0.90/0.78
CWA
Symbols &
Footnotes
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6,8,48,71
• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
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M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
H
I
D
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
METALARC® METAL HALIDE
INDOOR ENCLOSED
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
M250
120/208/
240/277
47158
M250/MULTI-I/D
1
M58, H37
290
2.50/1.45/
1.25/1.10
300
CWA
6,8,48,71
M400
120/208/
240/277
47172
M400/MULTI-I/D
1
M59, H33
458
4.00/2.30/
2.00/1.70
300
CWA
6,8,48,71
M1000
120/208/
240/277
47207
M1000/MULTI-I/D
1
M47, H36
1080
9.00/5.20/
4.50/3.90
421
CWA
6,8,48,71
Symbols &
Footnotes
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LUMALUX® HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
CORE & COIL REACTOR
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
H
I
D
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
LU35
120
LU50
LU70
LU100
LU150
120
120
120
120
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
Symbols &
Footnotes
47269
LU35/120R
12
S76
45
1.10
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72
47537
LU35/120R-INT
12
S76
45
1.10
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72,73
47274
LU50/120R
12
S68
60
1.45
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72
47548
LU50/120R-INT
12
S68
60
1.45
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72,73
47284
LU70/120R
12
S62
81
1.95
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72
47558
LU70/120R-INT
12
S62
81
1.95
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72,73
47304
LU100/120R
12
S54
120
2.70
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72
47585
LU100/120R-INT
12
S54
120
2.70
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72,73
47319
LU150/120R
12
S55
170
4.10
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72
47616
LU150/120R-INT
12
S55
170
4.10
120
R-NPF
8,50,65,72,73
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CORE & COIL KITS
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
LU35
120/240
47271
LU35/120/240-KIT
1
S76
55
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
LU50
120/277
47549
LU50/120/277-KIT
1
S68
66
1.05/0.45
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
LU70
120/208/
240/277
47301
LU70/MULTI-KIT
1
S62
91
1.43/0.85/
0.72/0.62
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
480
47579
LU70/480-KIT
1
S62
91
0.35
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
120/277
47571
LU70/120/277-KIT
1
S62
91
1.43/0.62
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
120/208/
240/277
47316
LU100/MULTI-KIT
1
S54
128
2.00/1.16/
1.00/0.87
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
480
47593
LU100/480-KIT
1
S54
128
0.50
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
120/277
47592
LU100/120/277-KIT
1
S54
128
2.00/0.87
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
120/208/
240/277
47335
LU150/MULTI-KIT
1
S55
188
2.81/1.65/
1.45/1.25
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
480
47619
0.80
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
LU100
LU150
LU200
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
Symbols &
Footnotes
LU150/480-KIT
1
S55
188
480/120TAP 47621
LU150/480/120T-KIT
1
S55
190
120/277
47617
LU150/120/277-KIT
1
S55
188
2.81/1.25
120
HX-HPF
8,14,20,50,65,72
480
47623
LU150/480-CWA-KIT
1
S55
185
0.40
110
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
120/208/
240/277
47628
LU200/MULTI-KIT
1
S66
230
1.96/1.13/
0.98/0.85
182
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
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• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
LUMALUX® HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
CORE & COIL KITS
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
LU200
480
47631
LU200/480-KIT
1
S66
230
0.50
182
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
LU250
120/208/
47634
240/277/480
LU250/SUPER5-KIT
1
S50
295
2.50/1.50/
190
1.30/1.10/0.65
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
120/208/
240/277
47357
LU250/MULTI-KIT
1
S50
295
2.50/1.50/
1.30/1.10
185
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
480
47358
0.65
185
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
185
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
185
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
185
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
464
3.80/2.20/
190
1.90/1.70/1.00
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
S51
464
3.90/2.25/
1.95/1.70
190
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
1
S51
464
1.00
190
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
LU400/480/120T-KIT
1
S51
465
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
LU400/120/277-KIT
1
S51
464
3.90/1.70
190
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
47712
LU750/MULTI-KIT
1
S111
830
6.80/4.00/
3.50/3.10
220
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
47658
LU750/480-KIT
1
S111
830
1.75
220
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
120/208/
47659
240/277/480
LU1000/SUPER5-KIT
1
S52
1100
9.50/5.50/
440
4.70/4.10/2.40
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
120/208/
240/277
47389
LU1000/MULTI-KIT
1
S52
1100
9.50/5.50/
4.80/4.10
435
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
480
47391
LU1000/480-KIT
1
S52
1100
2.40
435
CWA
8,14,20,50,65,72
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
LU35
120/277
47761
LU35/120/277/F-CAN
1
S76
47
0.80/0.35
120
HX-HPF
6,8,33,50,68,69,72
LU50
120/277
47762
LU50/120/277/F-CAN
1
S68
65
1.05/0.46
125
HX-HPF
6,8,33,50,68,69,72
LU70
120/277
47763
LU70/120/277/F-CAN
1
S62
90
1.50/0.65
120
HX-HPF
6,8,33,50,68,69,72
LU100
120/277
47764
LU100/120/277/F-CAN
1
S54
125
1.95/0.85
120
HX-HPF
6,8,33,50,68,69,72
LU150
120/277
47765
LU150/120/277/F-CAN
1
S55
185
3.05/1.32
120
HX-HPF
6,8,33,50,68,69,72
LU250
120/277
47777
LU250/120/277/F-CAN
1
S50
298
CWA
6,8,50,68,69,72
LU310
LU400
LU750
LU1000
LU250/480-KIT
1
S50
295
480/120TAP 47637
LU250/480/120T-KIT
1
S50
295
120/277
47642
LU250/120/277-KIT
1
S50
295
2.50/1.10
120/208/
240/277
47643
LU310/MULTI-KIT
1
S67
355
3.00/1.73/
1.50/1.30
480
47644
LU310/480-KIT
1
S67
355
0.75
120/208/
47647
240/277/480
LU400/SUPER5-KIT
1
S51
120/208/
240/277
47364
LU400/MULTI-KIT
1
480
47376
LU400/480-KIT
480/120TAP 47657
120/277
47656
120/208/
240/277
480
Symbols &
Footnotes
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M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
H
I
D
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
F-CAN
Symbols &
Footnotes
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MERCURY VAPOR
CORE & COIL KITS
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
H46
120/208/
240/277
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
46518
1
68
235
H50/MULTI-KIT
H46
0.60/0.35/
0.30/0.26
CWA
Symbols &
Footnotes
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8,14,20,48,65
• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
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MERCURY VAPOR
CORE & COIL KITS
Primary36
Lamp
Type
Input
Voltage
(VAC)
H43
H38/H44
H39
H37
M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
H
I
D
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
H33
H36
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Pkg ANSI
Qty Code
Input Input
WattageCurrent
(W)
(Amps)
Open
Circuit Circuit
Voltage Type
120/208/
240/277
46519
H75/MULTI-KIT
1
H43
92
0.80/0.46/
0.40/0.35
250
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
46522
H100/MULTI-KIT
1
H38, H44
120
1.05/0.60/
0.52/0.45
250
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
277
47472
H100/277-KIT
1
H38, H44
120
0.45
250
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/240
47471
H100/DUAL-KIT
1
H38, H44
120
1.05/0.52
250
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
47489
H175/MULTI-KIT
1
H39
205
1.85/1.10/
0.92/0.80
250
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480
47490
H175/480-KIT
1
H39
205
0.45
250
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
47499
H250/MULTI-KIT
1
H37
285
2.55/1.5/
1.27/1.1
260
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480
47500
H250/480-KIT
1
H37
285
0.62
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480/120TAP 46531
H250/480/120T-KIT
1
H37
285
0.62
270
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
47509
H400/MULTI-KIT
1
H33
455
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480
47510
H400/480-KIT
1
H33
454
1.00
250
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480/120TAP 46533
H400/480/120T-KIT
1
H33
454
1.00
250
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120
47517
H2X400/120-KIT
1
H33
880
7.8
495
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
277
47518
H2X400/277-KIT
1
H33
880
3.38
495
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
120/208/
240/277
47524
H1000/MULTI-KIT
1
H36
1080
9.2/5.36/
4.6/4.0
420
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
480
47525
H1000/480-KIT
1
H36
1080
2.3
420
CWA
8,14,20,48,65
Symbols &
Footnotes
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COMPONENTS
CAPACITORS
Replacement capacitors for SYLVANIA HID ballasts only
48
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
General Description
47912
CAP 24MF 480VAC
24MF 480VAC (MIN) Capacitor
47920
CAP 26MF 525VAC
26MF 525VAC Capacitor
47926
CAP40MFD280VAC
40MF 280 VAC Capacitor
47927
CAP52MFD280VAC
52MF 280 VAC Capacitor
47932
CAP 35MF 280VAC
35MF 280 Capacitor
47938
CAP28.5MFD330VAC
28.5MF 330 VAC (MIN) Capacitor
47942
CAP 55MF 300VAC
55MF 300VAC Capacitor
47952
CAP 10MF 400VAC
10MF 400VAC Capacitor
47954
CAP 15MF 400VAC (MIN)
15MF 400VAC Capacitor
Diameter
Height
Symbols &
Footnotes
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• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
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Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
COMPONENTS
IGNITORS
Replacement ignitors for SYLVANIA HID ballasts only
48
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
General Description
Diameter
Height
47996
IGNITOR MH PS 35-150
35-150W MH Ignitor
1.25x2.00
2.50
47997
IGNITOR MH PS 175-400
175-400W MH Ignitor
1.75
2.00
47998
IGNITOR MH PS 750-1000
750-1000W MH Ignitor
1.17x1.90
2.50
47843
IGNITOR HPS 35-150
35-150W HPS Ignitor
1.375
2.40
47844
IGNITOR HPS 200-400
200-400W HPS Ignitor
1.25x2.00
2.50
47847
IGNITOR HPS 600-1000
600-1000W HPS Ignitor
1.87x1.89
2.50
47877
HPS IGN 35-150W
35-150W HPS Ignitor
2.315
2.83
Symbols &
Footnotes
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M
A
G
N
E
T
I
C
H
I
D
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
• Data shown is based on primary lamp type.
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
Symbols/Footnotes on page 168-170
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SYMBOLS & FOOTNOTES FOR ELECTRONIC & MAGNETIC BALLAST CONTROL SYSTEMS
Symbol
Description
New item introduced within the past year.
Item will be discontinued when inventory is depleted.
Product is Canadian Standards Association certified for U.S. and Canadian markets
Electronic Control Systems Logo
Dimmable Logo T5
QUICK60+® warranty
QUICKSENSE® Circuitry
PROStart® Programmed Start
cULus
This lamp or ballast meets minimum Federal efficiency standards.
Product is Canadian Standards Association approved for the Canadian market
Product is Canadian Standards Association certified for the U.S. market
Product complies with the requirements of Canadian Standards Association energy efficiency and performance standards
Product is Underwriters Laboratories listed
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
Product is an Underwriters' Laboratories recognized component, certified for both U.S. and Canadian requirements
Product is an Underwriters' Laboratories recognized component
Footnote
Description
1
Remote Mounting up to 18 feet
2
70C Max Case Temperature
4
UL Listed Class P, Type 1 Outdoor
5
Insulate unused leads
6
Ground ballast case
7
Lampholder must be shorted per diagram
8
Install in accordance with National Electric Codes
9
Complies with FCC 47 CFR Part 18, Non-Consumer
10
ANSI 62.41 Cat. A Transient Protection
11
Class A Sound Rating.
12
Minimum Starting Temperature: 0F/-18C.
13
Input Frequency: 60Hz.
14
Product is a kit containing the core & coil, capacitor, ignitor (where required), brackets and mounting hardware
15
Remote Mounting up to 12 feet
16
Remote Mounting up to 10 feet
17
Input Frequency: 50/60Hz.
18
Wiring diagram applies to instant start standard, low power (LP), PLUS, and HD10 ballast types.
19
Oil Filled Capacitor
20
Product contains installation instructions
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
168
SYMBOLS & FOOTNOTES FOR ELECTRONIC & MAGNETIC BALLAST CONTROL SYSTEMS
Footnote
Description
21
Remote mounting defined by harness length
22
Remote Mounting up to 19 feet (keep red wires short for 1&2 lamp).
23
Type CC
24
75C Max Case Temperature
25
Minimum Starting Temperature: -5F/-20C.
26
Remote Mounting up to 19 feet (keep red wires short for 1&2 lamp models).
27
ANSI C62.41 cat. B3 Transient Protection.
28
Remote mounting - Typically 6ft with suitable ground plane, but varies by model and application. Contact ECS Application Engineering for
information on longer applications.
29
Remote Mounting up to 7 feet
30
Minimum Starting Temperature: 60F/16C.
31
Data shown is at full light output.
32
Minimum Starting Temperature: 50F/10C.
33
Class B Sound Rating.
34
Remote mounting up to 8 feet.
35
85C Max Case Temperature
36
90C Max Case Temperature
37
Suitable for recessed use.
38
90C max. case Temperature, thermally protected.
39
Remote mounting - Typically 6ft, but varies by application, remote capability up to 15ft. Contact OSRAM SYLVANIA for details.
40
Mount lamps within 1/2 " of grounded metal reflector
41
Minimum starting temperature: 60 F / 16 C with SS lamps
42
Full light output
43
Product is individually shrink-wrapped
44
For residential use only
45
Circuit Interrupting Lampholder required
46
Cutout Lampholder
47
Class C Sound Rating.
48
Minimum starting temperature: -20 F / -29 C
49
Mount lamps within 1" of grounded metal reflector
50
High Voltage Pulse Present on Open Circuit
51
White painted metal enclosure
52
Thermal protection: Class P, Type 2 outdoor
53
For any 1 or 2 T12/RS/HO 800mA lamp combination provided total lamp length is not less than 4 ft. nor more than 12 ft.
54
Class D Sound Rating.
55
For any 2, 3 or 4 T12/RS/HO 800mA lamp combination provided total lamp length is not less than 6 ft. nor more than 20 ft.
56
Normal ambient temperature: 77 F / 25 C
57
For any 2, 3 or 4 T12/RS/HO 800mA lamp combination provided total lamp length is not less than 12 ft. nor more than 24 ft.
58
Class E sound rating
59
For any 2, 3 or 4 T12/RS/HO 800mA lamp combination provided total lamp length of each circuit (A) and circuit (B) is not less than 10 ft. nor
more than 20 ft. Circuit "A" consists of lamp 1, 2 Circuit "B" consists of lamp 3, 4
60
For any 4,5 or 6 T12/RS/HO 800mA lamp combination provided total lamp length of each circuit (A) and circuit (B) is not less than 6 ft. nor
more than 20 ft. Circuit "A" consists of lamp 1, 2, 3 Circuit "B" consists of lamp 4, 5, 6
61
For any 4, 5 or 6 T12/RS/HO 800 mA lamp combination provided total lamp length of each circuit (A) and circuit (B) is not less than 12 ft.
nor more than 24 ft. Circuit "A" consists of lamp 1, 2, 3 Circuit "B" consists of lamp 4, 5, 6
62
Starter required
63
High power factor
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
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SYMBOLS & FOOTNOTES FOR ELECTRONIC & MAGNETIC BALLAST CONTROL SYSTEMS
Footnote
Description
64
Connector Included
65
Ground Ballast Core
66
Maximum ambient temperature: 104 F / 40 C
67
Dry Capacitor
68
Suitable for Recessed Use Do not install insulation within 3 inches of ballast sides or above ballast in such a manner to entrap heat.
69
UL Listed Type 1 Outdoor, Auto-reset thermal protector
70
Minimum starting temperature: -22 F / -30 C
71
Insulate unused leads individually for 600V
72
Minimum Starting Temperature: -40F/-40C.
73
Reactor with Integral Ignitor
74
Contact OSRAM SYLVANIA for UL benchtop coil rise code
75
Remote mounting up to 18 feet. Keep blue wires short i.e. lamp(s) attached to the blue leads to remain in the fixture that houses the ballast.
76
65C Max Case Temperature.
77
Use only with an overall electrical enclosure - protect from exposure to water.
78
Minimum starting temperature for 70W lamp: -13F/-25C.
B
A
L
L
A
S
T
S
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OSRAM BRAND
PHOTO-OPTIC LIGHT SOURCES
Lighting to provide solutions in diverse applications such as effect lighting, stage, studio, TV, projection systems,
microlithography, medical/scientific, industrial, and airfield/aircraft.
Photo-Optic Lamp Types
HALOGEN
Airfield/Aircraft
Audio Visual
Special Purpose Heat Lamps
Studio, Theatre, TV & Video
HPL
HPR™
OSRAM STUDIOLINE®
DISCHARGE
HBO®
HMD®
HMI®
HMP®
HSD®
HSR®
HTI®
LINEX®
VIP®
XBO®
XERADEX®
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
S
P
E
C
I
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L
T
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The following item was accepted into the 2003 IESNA Progress Report which recognizes innovative products
introduced to the industry during that year.
LINEX Mercury-Free Xenon Fluorescent Systems
IMPORTANT!
PHOTO-OPTIC WARNINGS
In accordance with ANSI/IESNA Standard RP-27, all Photo-Optic Discharge lamps are Risk Group 3 products, and all Photo-Optic Incandescent
and Tungsten Halogen lamps are Risk Group 2 products.
Please read and understand the Safety and Warning Instructions for each lamp type before use. Safety and Warning Instructions can be found at the
end of this Photo-Optic section.
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Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
ANSI Code
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Application
Watts Volts
BAA
54924
BAA
Projector
75
28
GX5.3
2000
MR16
24
BBA
11619
BBA 118V
Photoflood
250
No.1/Enlarger & Printer
118
Med
4
A21
12
BCK
54576
BCK
Projector - Slide
500
120
G17t
50
T6
24
BHC/DYS/DYV
54836
BHC/DYS/DYV
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
600
120
GZ9.5
17500
75
T6
24
BHC/DYS/DYV/X
54868
BHC/DYS/DYV/X
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
600
120
GZ9.5
14500
250
T6
24
BHC/DYS/DYV-5
54835
BHC/DYS/DYV-5
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
600
125
GZ9.5
17500
75
T6
24
BRJ/EVB
54039
BRJ/EVB 64633 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
150
15
G6.35
5600
50
T3.25
100
BRL
54034
BRL 64610 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
50
12
G6.35
1600
50
T3
100
BRL
54035
BRL 64610 HLX BULK
Project, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
50
12
G6.35
1600
50
T3
250
BRN
54698
BRN
Projector
1200
120
G17q
20
T7
24
BVA
54673
BVA
Projector
900
120
GY9.5
75
T7
24
BVE
54812
BVE
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
625
120
GY9.5
50
T6
24
CAX
58831
CAX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
50
120
DC Bayonet
750
250
T4
24
CBA
54580
CBA
Projector - Slide
500
120
G17t
50
T6
24
1
DDK
54729
DDK
Projector
80
19
GX5.3
150
50
T3.15
24
4
DDL
54660
DDL
Projector - Microfilm
150
20
GX5.3
500
MR16
24
DDM
54737
DDM
Projector - Slide
80
19
GX5.3
400
50
MR16
24
DDS
54944
DDS
Projector - Microfilm
80
21
GX5.3
1000
MR16
24
DED
54726
DED
Projector - Microfilm
85
14
GX5.3
150
1000
MR16
24
DEK/DFW
74440
DEK/DFW
Projector
500
120
Trufocus
T12
24
DNE
54409
DNE
Projector
150
120
GX7.9
100
15
TB16
24
DNF
54411
DNF
Projector - 8mm
150
21
GX7.9
300
25
MR18
24
DVY
54528
DVY
Projector, Stage &
Studio
650
120
G5.3
20000
25
T6
12
DYH
54561
DYH
Projector, Stage &
Studio
600
120
G5.3
17000
75
T5
24
DZE
54755
DZE
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
150
24
GZ9.5
4000
100
T4
24
EBV
11558
EBV 118V
Super Photoflood/ No.2 500
118
Med Brass
17800
8
PS25
24
ECA
13365
ECA 120V
Super Photoflood
250
120
Med Brass
6500
20
A23
24
ECT
11560
ECT 120V
Photoflood
500
120
Med Brass
13650
60
PS25
24
EFM
54123
EFM 64607
Projector - 8mm
50
8
GZ6.35
50
MR16
20
EFN
54126
EFN 64615 HLX
Projector - 8mm
75
12
GZ6.35
50
MR16
20
EFP
54189
EFP 64627 HLX
Projector - 8mm
100
12
GZ6.35
50
MR16
20
EFP/X
54192
EFP/X 64629 HLX
Projector - 8mm
100
12
GZ6.35
600
MR16
20
EFR
54210
EFR 64634 HLX
Projector - 8mm
150
15
GZ6.35
50
MR16
20
EFR-5/X
54211
EFR-5/X 64620 HLX
Projector - 8mm
150
15
GY6.35
500
MR16
20
EHA
54585
EHA
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
500
120
GY9.5
50
T6
24
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Lumens
Bulb
Pkg
Qty
Footnotes
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2
3
4
4
4
3
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11
Lumens
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
Bulb
Pkg
Qty
PG22
3600
50
T4
30
G6.35
10000
50
T4
100
21
GX5.3
354
40
MR16
24
24
GX5.3
725
50
MR16
24
4
40
TB18
24
4
100
MR16
24
4
200
MR16
24
4
80
1000
MR16
24
4
115
25
MR16
24
4
50
MR16
20
800
50
MR16
24
4
GX5.3
550
300
MR16
24
4
24
GX5.3
475
700
MR16
100
4
Overhead projection,
250
fiber-optic, entertainment
24
GX5.3
475
700
MR16
24
4
ELC-HL
Overhead projection,
250
fiber-optic, entertainment
24
GX5.3
950
50
MR16
24
54745
ELD
Projector - Microfilm
21
GX5.3
350
40
MR16
24
ELH
54776
ELH
Projector - Overhead
300
120
GY5.3
525
35
MR16
24
4
ELS
54810
ELS
Projector
50
16
GX7.9
20
650
TB14
24
4
ELV
54765
ELV
Projector
150
22
GX7.9
225
100
TB18
24
4
ELZ
54816
ELZ
Projector
150
21
GX7.9
350
60
TB18
24
4
EMG
54828
EMG
Projector
500
220
GY9.5
75
T6
24
EMM/EKS
54960
EMM/EKS
Projector - 16mm
250
24
GX7.9
725
50
MR14
24
ENG
54957
ENG
Projector
300
120
GY5.3
690
15
MR16
24
4
ENH
54986
ENH
Projector - Slide
250
120
GY5.3
340
175
MR16
24
4
ENH-5
54988
ENH-5
Projector - Overhead
250
125
GY5.3
340
175
MR16
24
4
ENL
58786
ENL
Projector - Display,
Fiber-Optics
50
12
GX5.3
85
4000
MR16
24
ENX
54984
ENX
Projector - Overhead
360
82
GY5.3
460
75
MR16
24
4
ENX-5
54913
ENX-5
Projector - Overhead
360
86
GY5.3
540
75
MR16
24
4
ENX-7
54916
ENX-7
Projector - Overhead
360
88
GY5.3
540
75
MR16
24
4
EPR
54829
EPR
Projector
500
120
G17t
50
T6
24
1
EPS
54977
EPS
Projector
500
240
G17t
50
T6
24
1,3
EPS/230
54975
EPS/230
Projector
500
230
G17t
50
T6
24
3,5
EPT
58782
EPT
Projector Fiber-Optics
42
11
GX5.3
8000
MR16
24
EPV
54926
EPV
Projector - Microfilm
90
14
GX5.3
500
MR16
24
ANSI Code
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Application
Watts Volts
Base
EHE
54038
EHE 64626 HLX
Projector
100
12
EHJ
54045
EHJ 64655 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
250
24
EJA
54753
EJA
Projector - Fiber
optics
150
EJL
54730
EJL
Projector - 16mm
Color printer
200
EJM
54747
EJM
Projector - 8mm
150
21
GX5.3
170
EJV
54732
EJV
Projector - 8mm,
Printer
150
21
GX5.3
270
EKE
54842
EKE
Projector - 8mm,
Fiber-Optics
150
21
GX5.3
80
EKE/X
58771
EKE/X
Projector - 8mm,
Fiber-Optics
150
21
GX5.3
EKP/ENA
54734
EKP/ENA
Projector - 8mm
80
30
GX5.3
ELC
54212
ELC 64653 HLX
Overhead projection,
250
fiber-optic, entertainment
24
GX5.3
ELC
54840
ELC
Overhead projection,
250
fiber-optic, entertainment
24
GX5.3
ELC-3/X
54841
ELC-3/X
Overhead projection,
250
fiber-optic, entertainment
24
ELC-7/X
54811
ELC-7/X BULK
Overhead projection,
250
fiber-optic, entertainment
ELC-7/X
54814
ELC-7/X
ELC-HL
54804
ELD
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GX5.3
43
GX5.3
80
Application
Watts Volts
Base
EPX
54927
EPX
Projector - Microfilm
90
14
EPZ
54743
EPZ
Projector - Microfilm
50
14
ERK
55050
ERK BULK
Projector
12
6
Wedge
150
T2.25
500
ERM
55054
ERM BULK
Projector
7
6
Wedge
30
T2.25
500
ESA/FHD
54025
ESA/FHD 64225
Projector
10
6
G4
200
100
T3
100
ESB
54019
ESB 64250 HLX
Projector
20
6
G4
480
100
T3.5
100
ETJ
54928
ETJ
Projector
250
120
GY5.3
600
175
MR16
24
EVA
54052
EVA 64623 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
100
12
GY6.35
2800
2000
T4
100
EVC
54047
EVC 64657 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
250
24
G6.35
9000
300
T4
100
EVD
54100
EVD 64663 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Studio
400
36
G6.35
16000
50
T6
24
EVD
54103
EVD 64663 HLX BULK
Projector, Microfilm,
Studio
400
36
G6.35
16000
50
T6
100
EVW
54723
EVW
Projector
250
82
GY5.3
390
50
MR16
24
4
EXR
54392
EXR
Projector - Slide
300
82
GX5.3
925
35
MR13
24
4
EXR
54393
EXR BULK
Projector - Slide
300
82
GX5.3
35
MR13
100
4
EXW
54388
EXW
Projector - Slide
300
82
GX5.3
1050
15
MR13
24
4
EXY
54394
EXY
Projector - Slide
250
82
GX5.3
400
200
MR13
24
4
EYB
54446
EYB
Projector, Stage &
Studio
360
82
G5.3
10000
75
T3.5
24
EYB-5
54448
EYB-5
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
360
86
G5.3
10000
75
T3.5
24
EYB-7
54455
EYB-7
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
360
88
G5.3
10000
75
T3.5
24
EZE
54386
EZE
Projector, Stage &
Studio
150
82
GX5.3
350
150
MR13
24
FBV
54568
FBV
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
250
30
E10
7000
6
T3
12
FCR
54036
FCR 64625 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
100
12
GY6.35
3600
50
T3.5
100
FCS
54041
FCS 64640 HLX
Projector
150
24
G6.35
6000
50
T4
100
FCS
54042
FCS 64640 HLX BULK
Projector
150
24
G6.35
6000
50
T4
250
FDS/DZE
54055
FDS/DZE 64643
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
150
24
GY9.5
5000
100
T4
30
FDT 64628
54031
FDT 64628
Projector, Stage &
Studio
100
12
GY9.5
3000
50
T4
30
FDV
54054
FDV 64642 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
150
24
G6.35
5000
300
T4
100
FHS
54979
FHS
Projector - Slide
300
82
GX5.3
650
70
MR16
24
FKT/EYH
54547
FKT/EYH
Projector - Video
Camera
250
120
G5.3
5400
200
T6
24
FLE
54383
FLE
Projector
360
82
GY5.3
1250
75
MR16
24
4,7
FLT
54440
FLT
Projector - Video
Camera, Microfilm
25
14
G4
500
MR11
24
8
FNS
58635
FNS 64512
Projector, Stage &
Studio
300
120
GX6.35
9500
15
T5
25
FNT
54044
FNT 64656PT HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
275
24
G6.35
10000
75
T4
100
ANSI Code
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Rated
Life(hrs)
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
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Bulb
Pkg
Qty
Footnotes
500
MR16
24
4
3000
MR16
24
4
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4
4
Symbols/Footnotes on page 221-224
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Watts Volts
Base
Lumens
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
FNT 64656PT HLX BULK Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
275
24
G6.35
10000
75
T4
250
54899
FSG
Projector
1200
120
P28s
28000
100
T7
12
54897
FSX/230
Projector
400
230
GY9.5
75
T6
24
3
54898
FSY
Projector
400
240
GY9.5
75
T6
24
3
54912
FXL
Projector - Overhead
410
82
GY5.3
75
MR16
24
54904
FXL-HL
Projector - Overhead
410
82
GY5.3
850
40
MR16
24
54430
GCB
Projector, Stage &
Studio, Video
200
30
G5.3
5300
200
T3
24
54432
GCC
Projector, Stage &
Studio
100
12
G5.3
3100
200
T3
24
54845
GCD
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio
590
50
GZ9.5
21500
50
T6
24
53998
64638 HLX
Projector
100
24
G6.35
2900
300
T3
100
53999
64265 HLX
Projector
30
6
G4
765
100
T2
100
54021
64251 HLX
Projector
20
6
PG22
500
100
T3
30
54022
64260
Projector
30
12
PG22
800
50
T3
30
54023
64261
Projector
30
12
G6.35
750
50
T3.25
100
54026
62138 HLX
Projector
100
12
GZ6
25
T3
100
54027
64275
Projector
35
6
G4
780
50
T3
100
54028
64611 HLX
Projector
50
12
G6.35
1350
100
T3.25
100
54032
64621 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
100
Stage & Studio, Aircraft
12
PG22
2750
2000
T3
30
54050
64223
Projector
10
6
G4
150
300
T3
100
54056
64650
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
50
23
G6.35
1000
1300
T4
100
54057
64664 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
400
36
G6.35
14500
150
T6
25
54058
64665 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
400
36
G6.35
12200
300
T6
25
54120
64258 HLX
Projector
20
12
G4
2000
T3
100
54121
64617S
Projector
75
12
G5.3-4.8
25
MR11
20
54122
64255
Projector
20
8
GZX4
50
MR11
20
54124
64617
Projector
75
12
G5.3-4.8
25
MR11
20
54125
64624
Projector
100
12
G5.3-4.8
25
MR11
20
54136
64654 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
250
24
GY9.5
9000
300
T6
30
54138
64602
Projector, Microfilm,
Microscope, Studio
50
12
G6.35
1000
1100
T3.25
100
54214
64637
Projector
100
12
GZ6.35
1500
MR16
20
54233
64635 HLX
Projector, Fiber-Optic
150
15
GZ6.35
50
MR16
20
54400
85T3/RM
Projector
85
82
GX5.3
40
MR16
24
54466
120/T4/SPECIAL
Projector
120
24
Special
2750
500
T4
24
58729
60T4QCL
Medical Overhead
Illumination
60
24
BA15d
1280
500
T4
12
58939
220T4Q/2PPF
Medical Overhead
Illumination
220
22
GY9.5
6200
200
T4
12
ANSI Code
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
FNT
54046
FSG
FSX
FSY
FXL
FXL-HL
GCB
GCC
GCD
Application
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Pkg
Qty
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11
ANSI Code
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Application
Watts Volts
Base
Lumens
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
5800
200
Bulb
Pkg
Qty
T4
12
Footnotes
58941
235T4Q/2PPF
Medical Overhead
Illumination
235
33
GZ9.5
76302
70335 BULK
Special Purpose
27
6
Special
200
76304
70314 (390153)
Special Purpose
25
6
P47D
100
76305
70313 (390158)
Special Purpose
30
6
P47D
76311
8013
Projector
10
6
BA15d
200
100
76313
8017
Projector
15
6
DC Bayonet
1000
100
76314
8018
Projector
15
6
DC Bayonet
100
100
10,11
76317
8025
Projector
6
BA20d
300
100
10
76319
8029
Projector
15
BA20d
25
100
76321
8100
Projector
5
E14
600
100
76362
91645
Special Purpose
110
PY280
60
50
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10
100
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Lumens
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
Bulb
Pkg
Qty
G38
580000
350
T32
1
120
P28s
11000
750
T6
12
120
P28s
13000
100
T6
12
750
120
P28s
17000
500
T7
12
750
120
P28s
20000
200
T7
12
Stage & Studio
1000
120
P28s
27500
250
T6
12
Stage & Studio
650
230
GX6.35
20000
15
T8
25
BVT
Stage & Studio
1000
120
P40s
23000
500
T7
6
BVV
Stage & Studio
1000
120
P40s
27500
200
T6
6
54692
BVW
Stage & Studio
2000
120
P40s
59000
280
T9.5
6
54717
CXZ
Stage & Studio
1500
120
G38
38500
325
T8
6
54706
CYV
Stage & Studio
1000
120
G38
27500
200
T7
6
54613
CYX
Stage & Studio
2000
120
G38
55000
300
T9
6
DNS/FMC
54655
DNS/FMC
Stage & Studio
500
120
P28s
11000
500
T6
24
DNT/FMD
54658
DNT/FMD
Stage & Studio
750
120
P28s
17000
500
T7
24
DPY
54647
DPY
Stage & Studio
5000
120
G38
143000
500
T17
1
DTA
54716
DTA
Stage & Studio
1500
120
P40s
39000
100
T8
6
DTY
54696
DTY
Stage & Studio
10000 120
G38
290500
350
T24
1
DWE
54500
DWE
Stage & Studio
650
Screw Term
24000
100
PAR36
12
DWT
58937
DWT
Stage & Studio
1000
120
RX7s
22000
2000
T6
12
DXW
53997
DXW
Stage & Studio
1000
120
R7s
28000
150
T5
12
EFX
54787
EFX
Stage & Studio
500
120
G22
10000
2000
T5
12
EGE
54648
EGE
Stage & Studio
500
120
P28s
10000
2000
T5
12
EGG
54652
EGG
Stage & Studio
750
120
P28s
15000
2000
T5
12
EGJ
54654
EGJ
Stage & Studio
1000
120
P28s
25500
400
T6
12
EGK
54656
EGK
Stage & Studio
1000
120
P28s
24500
400
T6
12
EGN
54659
EGN
Stage & Studio
500
120
G22
13000
100
T6
12
ANSI Code
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Application
Watts Volts
Base
BCM
54694
BCM
Stage & Studio
20000 230
BTL
54685
BTL
Stage & Studio
500
BTM
54686
BTM
Stage & Studio
500
BTN
54687
BTN
Stage & Studio
BTP
54688
BTP
Stage & Studio
BTR
54689
BTR
BVM
58638
BVM 64540
BVT
54690
BVV
54691
BVW
CXZ
CYV
CYX
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STUDIO, THEATRE, TV & VIDEO
11
Lumens
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
Bulb
Pkg
Qty
G22
20000
200
T7
12
G22
27500
250
T6
12
ANSI Code
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Application
Watts Volts
Base
EGR
54662
EGR
Stage & Studio
750
120
EGT
54664
EGT
Stage & Studio
1000
120
EGW
58637
EGW 64535
Stage & Studio
650
120
GX6.35
20000
15
T8
25
EHC/EHB
54506
EHC/EHB
Stage & Studio
500
120
G9.5
13000
300
T4
12
EHD
54508
EHD
Stage & Studio
500
120
G9.5
10600
2000
T4
12
EHF
54510
EHF
Stage & Studio
750
120
G9.5
20400
300
T5
12
EHG
54512
EHG
Stage & Studio
750
120
G9.5
15400
2000
T5
12
EHP
58942
EHP
Stage & Studio
300
120
R7s
5000
2500
T4
12
EHR
58936
EHR
Stage & Studio
400
120
R7s
7500
2000
T4
12
EHZ
54550
EHZ
Stage & Studio
300
120
R7s
5900
2000
T2.5
12
EJG
54598
EJG
Stage & Studio
750
120
R7s
20600
400
T3
12
EKB
54837
EKB
Stage & Studio
420
120
GZ9.5
11000
75
T6
24
FAD
54574
FAD
Stage & Studio
650
120
R7s
16500
100
T4
12
FAL
58860
FAL
Projector, Stage &
Studio
420
120
R7s
11000
75
T4
24
FCB
54483
FCB
Projector, Stage &
Studio
600
120
R7s
16500
75
T4
24
FCM
54442
FCM
Stage & Studio
1000
120
R7s
28000
400
T3
12
FDA
54471
FDA
Stage & Studio
400
120
R7s
10400
250
T4
12
FDB
54435
FDB
Stage & Studio
1500
120
R7s
41200
400
T4
12
FDN
54534
FDN
Stage & Studio
500
120
R7s
12800
400
T2.5
12
FEL
54570
FEL
Stage & Studio
1000
120
G9.5
27500
300
T6
12
FEP/220
54636
FEP/220
Stage & Studio
1000
220
G9.5
23000
150
T6
12
FEP/240
54515
FEP/240
Stage & Studio
1000
240
G9.5
23000
150
T6
12
FER
54571
FER
Stage & Studio
1000
120
RX7s
27500
500
T6
12
FEV
54441
FEV
Stage & Studio
200
120
BA15d
5500
50
T4
12
FEX/230
54514
FEX/230 64781
Stage & Studio
2000
230
RX7s
50000
300
T8
12
FEX/240
54518
FEX/240 64781
Stage & Studio
2000
240
RX7s
50000
300
T8
12
FEY
54559
FEY
Stage & Studio
2000
120
RX7s
57400
400
T8
12
FFJ
54488
FFJ
Stage & Studio
600
120
R7s
16500
75
T4
24
14
FFM
58862
FFM
Stage & Studio
420
120
R7s
11000
75
T4
24
14
FFT
54350
FFT
Stage & Studio
1000
120
R7s
27000
300
T3
12
FHM
54532
FHM
Stage & Studio
1000
120
R7s
27300
300
T3
12
FKW
54711
FKW
Stage & Studio
300
120
GY9.5
7800
200
T6
24
FLK
54589
FLK
Stage & Studio
575
115
G9.5
16500
300
T5
12
FMR
54412
FMR
Stage & Studio
600
120
GY9.5
12500
2000
T5
24
FRG
54629
FRG
Stage & Studio
500
120
GY9.5
13000
150
T6
24
FRK
54631
FRK
Stage & Studio
650
120
GY9.5
16900
200
T6
24
FSH
54436
FSH
Projector, Stage &
Studio
125
120
G5.3
2500
200
T3
24
FTK
54875
FTK
Stage & Studio
500
120
GY9.5
12000
200
T6
24
FVL
54459
FVL
Stage & Studio
200
120
GX5.3
5200
200
T4
24
FVM
54434
FVM
Stage & Studio
105
120
GX5.3
2250
250
T4
24
GCA
54428
GCA
Projector - Video,
Studio
250
120
G5.3
5700
200
T3
24
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11
Lumens
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
G9.5
14000
G9.5
10500
ANSI Code
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Application
Watts Volts
Base
GKV
54511
GKV
Stage & Studio
600
230
GLA
54516
GLA 575/115/2000
Stage & Studio
575
115
GLC
54507
GLC 575/115/300
Stage & Studio
575
115
G9.5
15500
300
GLF
54460
GLF
Stage & Studio
235
230
G5.3
5100
100
20607
STUDIOLINE 55W/3200
Compact Fluorecent
/Studio-TV
55
2G11
3800
8000
T5
10
20608
STUDIOLINE 55W/5600
Compact Fluorecent
/Studio-TV
55
2G11
3800
8000
T5
10
54001
64501
Stage & Studio
150
120
GX6.35
4500
25
T4
25
54232
64614
Projector, Video,
Studio
75
12
G5.3-4.8
25
T2.5
20
54499
4515 PAR36 30W
Stage & Studio
30
6
Screw Term
67000
100
PAR36
12
54549
HPR 575/115
Stage & Studio
575
115
G9.5
18000
300
T5
12
16
54602
HPL750/115 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
750
115
21900
300
T6
12
19
54603
HPL750/230 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
750
230
19750
300
T6
12
19
54604
HPL550/77/X (UCF)
Stage & Studio
550
77
12160
2000
T6
12
19
54605
HPL750/120 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
750
120
21900
300
T6
12
19
54611
HPL750/115/X (UCF)
Stage & Studio
750
115
16400
1500
T6
12
19
54614
HPL750/240 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
750
240
Special
19750
300
T6
12
19
54618
HPL575/230 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
575
230
Special
14900
400
T6
12
19
54619
HPL575/240 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
575
240
Special
14900
400
T6
12
19
54622
HPL575/115 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
575
115
16520
300
T6
12
19
54623
HPL550/77 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
550
77
16170
300
T6
12
19
54625
HPL375/115 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
375
115
10540
300
T6
12
19
54649
HPL375/115/X (UCF)
Stage & Studio
375
115
8000
1000
T8
12
19
54653
HPL750/120/X (UCF)
Stage & Studio
750
120
54807
HPL575/115/X (UCF)
Stage & Studio
575
115
54813
HPL550/64 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
550
64
54815
HPL575/120/X (UCF)
Stage & Studio
575
120
54817
HPL575/120 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
575
54822
HPL575/100 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
575
54825
HPL750/77 (UCF)
Stage & Studio
750
77
58636
64515
Stage & Studio
300
230
GX6.35
58639
64573
Stage & Studio
1000
120
58640
64575
Stage & Studio
1000
230
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Special
Special
Special
Bulb
Pkg
Qty
Footnotes
300
T6
25
5
2000
T6
12
17
T6
12
17,18
T4
24
16400
1500
T6
12
19
12360
2000
T6
12
19
Special
16340
300
T6
12
19
Special
12360
2000
T6
12
19
120
Special
16460
300
T6
12
19
100
Special
16730
300
T6
12
19
22950
300
T6
12
19
8500
15
T5
25
12
GX6.35
33000
15
T8
25
GX6.35
33000
15
T8
25
12
Lumens
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
Bulb
Pkg
Qty
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11
ANSI Code
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Application
Watts Volts
Base
EXC/230
56280
EXC/230
Stage & Studio
1000
230
Ext Mog End Pr
300
PAR64
6
20,21
EXC/240
56232
EXC/240
Stage & Studio
1000
240
Ext Mog End Pr
300
PAR64
6
20,21
EXD/230
56281
EXD/230
Stage & Studio
1000
230
Ext Mog End Pr
300
PAR64
6
20
EXD/240
56233
EXD/240
Stage & Studio
1000
240
Ext Mog End Pr
300
PAR64
6
20
EXE/230
56283
EXE/230
Stage & Studio
1000
230
Ext Mog End Pr
300
PAR64
6
20
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LARGE PAR
11
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
Ext Mog End Pr
Ext Mog End Pr
120
120
1000
1000
350
Product
Number Ordering Abbreviation
Application
Watts Volts
Base
EXE/240
56234
EXE/240
Stage & Studio
1000
240
EXG
56282
EXG/230
Stage & Studio
1000
230
FFN
56214
FFN
Stage & Studio
1000
FFP
56215
FFP
Stage & Studio
1000
FFR
56217
FFR
Stage & Studio
FFS
56216
FFS
Stage & Studio
14974
350PAR56/SP
Train Ditch Light
ANSI Code
Bulb
Pkg
Qty
Footnotes
300
PAR64
6
20
300
PAR64
6
20,22
Ext Mog End Pr
800
PAR64
6
20,23
Ext Mog End Pr
800
PAR64
6
20,21
120
Ext Mog End Pr
800
PAR64
6
20,24
120
Ext Mog End Pr
800
PAR64
6
20,22
75
MEP
750
PAR56
12
20
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12
Lumens
Avg
Rated
Life(hrs)
Bulb
Pkg
Qty
Footnotes
G9.5
56500
200
T8
12
25,26
120
GX6.35
7700
75
T6
25
25,26
230
GX6.35
7300
75
T6
25
12,25,26
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ANSI Code
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation
Watts
Volts
Base
FRN
54588
FRN 2000T8Q
2000
120
54007
64514
300
54008
64516/300T6/CL
300
54546
750/120/T5/RTP
750
120
G9.5
15400
2000
T5
15
25,26
54560
1000TQ/RTP/CR/BULK
1000
120
G9.5
25000
2000
T6
15
25,26,27
54584
1000Q/T6/RTPFS
1000
120
G9.5
27500
300
T6
12
25,26
54633
1500Q/T6/RTPGS
1500
120
G9.5
42000
300
T6
12
54752
1000T6QRTP/X
1000
120
G9.5
25000
2000
T6
12
59803
2500T3Q/IR/7 480V
2500
480
RSC
5000
T3
12
59822
500T3Q/IR/7 120V
500
120
RSC
5000
T3
12
25,26,28
59841
1600T3Q/IR/7 240V
1600
240
RSC
5000
T3
12
25,26,28
59850
500T3Q/IR 120V
500
120
Flex Nickel Leads
5000
T3
12
25,26,28
59859
3650T3Q/IR/CL 480V
3650
480
Flex Nickel Leads
5000
T3
12
25,26,28
59860
1000T3Q/IR 230-250V
1000
240
Flex Nickel Leads
5000
T3
12
25,26,28
59864
1600T3Q/IR 240V
1600
240
Flex Nickel Leads
5000
T3
12
25,26,28
59867
2500T3Q/IR 480V
2500
480
Flex Nickel Leads
5000
T3
12
25,26,28
59870
3800T3Q/IR 570V
3800
570
Flex Nickel Leads
5000
T3
12
25,26,28
59934
1200T3Q/IR/CL/HT 144V
1200
144
Flex Nickel Leads
3000
T3
12
25,28,29,30
59936
1600T3Q/IR 277V
1600
277
Flex Nickel Leads
5000
T3
12
25,26,28
25,26,28
AIRCRAFT
13
Watts
Bulb
Volts Base
Product
Number
100
T3
12
PG22
54032
64621 HLX
Projector, Microfilm,
Stage & Studio, Aircraft
250
PAR46 28
Screw Term
15399
4551
Aircraft Taxiing
VNSP 75000
450
PAR46 28
Screw Term
56229
Q4681
Aircraft Landing /
Taxiway
600
PAR64 28
Screw Term
14936
4559
56222
Q4559
Ordering Abbreviation Application
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Beam
Type CBCP
Avg
Rated
MOL Pkg
Filament Life(hrs) (mm) Qty Footnotes
2000
48
CC-6
25
95.25 12
23
VNSP 310000
CC-6
50
63.5
20,23
Aircraft Landing /
Taxiway
VNSP 600000
CC-8
25
101.6 6
23
Aircraft Landing /
Taxiway
VNSP 600000
CC-8
100
101.6 6
20,23
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13
Volts Base
Product
Number
Ordering Abbreviation Application
Beam
Type CBCP
Avg
Rated
MOL Pkg
Filament Life(hrs) (mm) Qty Footnotes
Watts
Bulb
600
PAR64 28
Screw Term
56223
Q4559X
Aircraft Landing /
Taxiway
VNSP 765000
CC-8
100
101.6 6
20,23
1000
PAR64 28
Screw Term
14988
4557
Aircraft
Landing/Taxiway
VNSP 540000
CC-8
25
101.6 6
23
14994
5557
Aircraft
Landing/Taxiway
VNSP 540000
CC-8
50
101.6 6
23,31
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14
Watts
Bulb
30
MR16 Special
Ordering Abbreviation
Application
Avg
Current
Rated LCL MOL Pkg
(A)
Lumens Filament Life(hrs) (mm) (mm) Qty Footnotes
58537
6.6A/30MR16/64331A/SP
Airfield/Airport
6.6
58730
6.6A/30MR16/64331AC/FL
Airfield / Airport
6.6
GZ9.5
58779
6.6A/30T3.5/64322/EXL/DL
Airfield/Airport
6.6
400
C-8
2000
16
58
30
Med Prefocus
17980
6.6A/30T10/1P
Airfield/Airport
6.6
400
C-2V
1000
38.1
100
60
MR11 PK30d
58787
6.6A/40MR11/64333B
Airfield / Airport
6.6
45
MR16 Special
58545
6.6A/45MR16/64337A45-15
Airfield / Airport
6.6
19000
1500
10
1500
10
PK30d
58758
6.6A/45MR16/64337B45-15
Airfield / Airport
6.6
T3
R7s
58704
6.6A/45T3/CL/64315
Airfield/Airport
6.6
750
C-8
1000
23
47.5
T3.5
GZ9.5
58775
6.6A/45T3.5/64320/EXM
Airfield/Airport
6.6
875
C-8
1000
25.4
44.5
100
G6.35
58813
6.6A/45T3.5Q/64321
Airfield / Airport
6.6
840
C-8
1200
33
50
100
T10
48
10
T10
40
PK30d
1500
10
32
33
33
25
58697
6.6A/45T4/64319 FEMALE
Airfield/Airport
6.6
800
C-8
1000
20
53
100 34,35
58705
6.6A/45T4/CL/64317
Airfield/Airport
6.6
800
C-8
1000
16
58
100 35
Special
58722
6.6A/45T4/64319Z
Airfield/Airport
6.6
800
C-8
1000
20
53
100 36,37
Med Prefocus
17981
6.6A/45T10/P
Airfield/Airport
6.6
675
C-2V
1000
38.1
100
60
MR16 Special
58711
6.6A/48MR16/64338AC
Airfield / Airport
6.6
58792
6.6A/48MR16/64337A48-15
Airfield/Airport
6.6
20000
1000
10
1500
10
35
65
T4
Special
58726
6.6A/65T4/64328Z/HLX
Airfield/Airport
6.6
1450
C Bar 6
1000
20
53
100 37,38
100
T4
Special
58703
6.6A/100T4/64341Z/HLX
Airfield/Airport
6.6
2700
C Bar 6
1000
20
55
100 37,39
2700
PK30d
105
MR16 PK30d
58706
6.6A/100T4/64342/HLX
Airfield/Airport
6.6
58709
6.6A/100T4/64341/HLX
Airfield/Airport
6.6
C Bar 6
1000
20
58
100 35
C Bar 6
1000
20
55
100 35
58759
6.6A/105MR16/64339B
Airfield/Airport
6.6
1000
10
33
58785
6.6A/105MR16/64339A
Airfield / Airport
6.6
1000
10
35
Special
58816
6.6A/105MR16/64339C
Airfield / Airport
6.6
115
T4
GY9.5
58794
6.6A/115T4Q/58798/2PPF/EVV
Airfield/Airport
6.6
DCR
58819
6.6A/115T4Q/DCR/DL
Airfield/Airport
6.6
150
T4
PK30d
58717
6.6A/150T4/64361/HLX
Airfield/Airport
6.6
Special
58724
6.6A/150T4Q/64361Z/HLX
Airfield/Airport
6.6
3600
C Bar 6
1000
20
58
100 37
GY9.5
58777
6.6A/150T4Q/64354/EWR/DL
Airfield/Airport
6.6
4000
C Bar 6
1500
39.1
65
30
40,41
GY9.5
58795
6.6A/175T4Q/58799/2PPF/DL
Airfield/Airport
6.6
4700
C Bar 6
1000
39.1
57
30
41,43
6.6A/200PAR64/2
Airfield/Airport
6.6
CC-6
1000
175
T4
200
PAR64 Ext Mog End Pr 14985
T4
3600
10
37
C Bar 6
1000
39.1
57
30
40,41
C Bar 6
1000
26.9
60.3
100
C Bar 6
1000
20
58
100 35,42
6.6A/200PAR64Q/2P
Airfield/Airport
6.6
6.6A/200T4/64382A/HLX
Airfield/Airport
6.6
Special
58708
6.6A/200T4/64382/HLX
Airfield/Airport
6.6
4800
CC-6
1000
20
64
100 45
GY9.5
58789
6.6A/200T4Q/2PPF/58750/EZL/DL Airfield/Airport
6.6
5200
CC-6
1000
39.1
57.0
30
4800
CC-6
2000
CC-6
1000
114.3 6
56220
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180
1000
2900
58649
PK30d
|
|
|
10
1000
T3.5
T4
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
Base
Product
Number
114.3 6
20
64
20,44
100
40,41
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AIRFIELD
14
Avg
Current
Rated LCL MOL Pkg
(A)
Lumens Filament Life(hrs) (mm) (mm) Qty Footnotes
Watts
Bulb
Base
Product
Number
200
T4
G6.35
58815
6.6A/200T4Q/64386
Airfield / Airport
6.6
4700
C Bar 6
1200
33
47
100
DCR
58821
6.6A/200T4Q/CL/DCR/DL
Airfield/Airport
6.6
5000
CC-6
1000
27
80.9
100
T5
R7s
58707
6.6A/200T5/CL/64380
Airfield/Airport
6.6
4400
CC-8
1000
21.3
60.2
25
T14
Med Prefocus
17983
6.6A/204T14/2P
Airfield/Airport
6.6
4220
C-13
500
55.5
146
24
204
Ordering Abbreviation
Application
|
|
|
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
H
A
L
O
G
E
N
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181
HMI® METAL HALIDE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
HMI® SINGLE-ENDED
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
D
I
S
C
H
A
R
G
E
Ordering Abbreviation
HMI 123 W
HMI 200 W/SE
HMI 250 W/SE
HMI 400 W/SE
HMI 575 W/SE
Product Number
54059
54061
54062
54137
54063
Watts (W)
125
200
270
400
575
Volts (V)
80
70
50
70
95
Current (A)
1.7
3.0
5.0
6.9
7.0
Lumens (lm)
8500
16000
16200
33000
49000
Color Temp (K)
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
Length l max (mm)
64
80
84
110
145
Distance a (mm)
26.7
39
35
60
70
Diameter d (mm)
10
20
12
23
30
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
4
5
5
6
7
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
150
200
250
650
750
Operating Position
Any
Any
p 45
Any
Any
Base
Special
GZY9.5
FaX1.5
GZZ9.5
G22
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fig No
1
2
3
4
5
Symbols & Footnotes
1
1
1,2,3
4
4
Ordering Abbreviation
HMI 1200 W/SE
HMI 2500 W/SE
HMI 4000 W/SE
HMI 6000 W/SE
HMI 12000 W/SE
Product Number
54067
54070
54072
54099
54113
Watts (W)
1200
2500
4000
6000
12000
Volts (V)
100
115
200
123
160
Current (A)
13.8
25.6
24.0
55
84
Lumens (lm)
110000
240000
380000
600000
1150000
Color Temp (K)
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
Length l max (mm)
200
225
250
360
450
Distance a (mm)
107
127
142
210
255
Diameter d (mm)
42
60
75
75
100
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
10
14
20
23
27
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
750
500
500
500
300
Operating Position
Any
Any
Any
s 135
s 135
Base
G38
G38
G38
GX38
GX38
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fig No
6
7
7
8
8
Symbols & Footnotes
4
4
4
4,5,6
4,5,6
HMI® SINGLE-ENDED
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HMI® METAL HALIDE
1
2
3
4
5
HMI® DOUBLE-ENDED
Ordering Abbreviation
HMI 200 W
HMI 575 W/GS
HMI 1200 W/GS
HMI 1200 W/S
HMI 2500 W/GS
Product Number
54060
54098
54066
54088
54069
Watts (W)
200
575
1200
1200
2500
Volts (V)
80
95
100
100
115
Current (A)
3.1
7.0
13.8
13.8
25.6
Lumens (lm)
14000
49000
110000
110000
240000
Color Temp (K)
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
Length l1 max (mm)
75
135
220
135
355
Length l2 max (mm)
60
115
180
115
290
Diameter d (mm)
14
21
27
21
31.5
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
10
7
10
7
14
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
300
1000
750
750
500
Operating Position
p 15
Any
Any
Any
p 30
Base
X515
SFc10-4
SFc15.5
SFc10-4
SFa21
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fig No
1
2
3
2
4
Symbols & Footnotes
4
4,7
4,7
4,8,9
4,7
Ordering Abbreviation
HMI 2500 W/S
HMI 4000 W
HMI 6000 W
HMI 12000 W/GS
HMI 18000 W
Product Number
54068
54071
54073
54074
54075
Watts (W)
2500
4000
6000
12000
18000
Volts (V)
115
200
123
160
225
Current (A)
25.6
24.0
55.0
84.0
88.0
Lumens (lm)
240000
380000
570000
1150000
1700000
Color Temp (K)
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
Length l1 max (mm)
210
405
450
470
500
Length l2 max (mm)
150
340
Diameter d (mm)
31.5
36
54
64
70
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
14
34
21
25
44
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
500
500
500
500
250
Operating Position
p 30
p 15
p 15
p 15
p 15
Base
SFa21
SFa21
S25.5
S30
S30
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fig No
4
4
5
5
5
Symbols & Footnotes
4,8,9
4,10
4
4,7
4,10
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
D
I
S
C
H
A
R
G
E
HMI® DOUBLE-ENDED
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183
HMP® METAL HALIDE
1
2
3
HMP® SINGLE-ENDED
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
D
I
S
C
H
A
R
G
E
Ordering Abbreviation
HMP 575 SE
Product Number
54145
Watts (W)
575
Volts (V)
100
Current (A)
6.7
Lumens (lm)
49000
Color Temp (K)
6000
Length l (mm)
145
Distance a (mm)
70
Diameter d (mm)
30
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
7
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
1000
Operating Position
Any
Base
G22
Hot Restart
Yes
Fig No
1
Symbols & Footnotes
4,11
HMP® DOUBLE-ENDED
Ordering Abbreviation
HMP 400 DE
HMP 575 DE
Product Number
54146
54144
Watts (W)
400
575
Volts (V)
100
100
Current (A)
4.8
6.7
Lumens (lm)
33000
49000
Color Temp (K)
6000
6000
Length l (mm)
92
135
Distance a (mm)
35
57.5
Diameter d (mm)
16
21.5
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
5.5
7
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
750
1000
Operating Position
p 45
Any
Base
SFXc10-4
SFXc10-4
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Fig No
2
3
Symbols & Footnotes
4,12,13
4,11
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HTI® METAL HALIDE
1
2
3
4
HTI® SINGLE-ENDED
Ordering Abbreviation
HTI S 35/12
HTI 150 W
HTI 152 W
Product Number
69000
54078
54079
Watts (W)
35
150
150
Volts (V)
85
90
95
Current (A)
2.5
1.8
1.8
Lumens (lm)
3200
9500
9500
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
6500
5000
4200
Color Temp (K)
4250
6500
5000
Length l max (mm)
79.5
46
48
Distance a (mm)
27.1
30
30
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
4.2
5.0
6.75
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
3000
750
2000
Operating Position
p 10
Any
Any
Base
P32d-2
GY9.5
GY9.5
Hot Restart
Yes
No
No
Fig No
1
2
3
Symbols & Footnotes
1,2
4,14
4
Ordering Abbreviation
HTI 250 W/SE
HTI 400 W/SE
HTI 404 W/SE
Product Number
54091
54084
54106
Watts (W)
270
400
400
Volts (V)
45
55
55
Current (A)
6
7.3
7.3
Lumens (lm)
10000
28000
28000
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
40000
30000
40000
Color Temp (K)
4900
4800
6000
Length l max (mm)
80
84
84
Distance a (mm)
35
35
35
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
2.5
4.0
3.0
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
250
250
500
Operating Position
p 45
p 45
p 45
Base
FaX1.5
FaX1.5
FaX1.5
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fig No
4
4
4
Symbols & Footnotes
1,2,3,15
1,2,3,15,16,17,18
1,15,16
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
D
I
S
C
H
A
R
G
E
HTI® SINGLE-ENDED
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HTI® METAL HALIDE
1
2
3
4
HTI® SINGLE-ENDED
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
D
I
S
C
H
A
R
G
E
Ordering Abbreviation
HTI 405 W/SE
HTI 600 W/SE
HTI 705 W/SE
Product Number
54139
54087
54130
Watts (W)
400
600
700
Volts (V)
55
95
70
Current (A)
7.3
7.7
10
Lumens (lm)
28000
48000
59000
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
40000
25000
Color Temp (K)
5800
5300
5700
Length l max (mm)
80
84
85
Distance a (mm)
36.5
35
39
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
3.0
5.5
4
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
500
300
500
Operating Position
p 45
p 45
p 45
Base
GY9.5
FaX1.5
GY9.5
Hot Restart
No
Yes
No
Fig No
1
2
1
Symbols & Footnotes
1,2,6,15,17,18
3,4,15,16
6,15
Ordering Abbreviation
HTI 1200 W/SE
HTI 2500 W/SE
Product Number
54141
54142
Watts (W)
1200
2500
Volts (V)
100
115
Current (A)
13.8
25.6
Lumens (lm)
99000
240000
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
26000
30000
Color Temp (K)
4500
6000
Length l max (mm)
135
180
Distance a (mm)
59
85
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
7
14
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
600
600
Operating Position
s 135
s 135
Base
GY22
G22+Cable
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Fig No
3
4
Symbols & Footnotes
4,6,15,19
4,6,20
HTI® SINGLE-ENDED
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HTI® METAL HALIDE
1
2
3
4
5
HTI® DOUBLE-ENDED
Ordering Abbreviation
HTI 300 W/DEL
HTI 300 W/DX
HTI 600 W/D
HTI 700 W/DE
HTI 4000 W/DE
Product Number
54112
54143
54140
54117
54133
Watts (W)
300
300
600
700
4000
Volts (V)
85
100
95
73
115
Current (A)
4.3
3.6
7.7
10
39.0
Lumens (lm)
20000
22000
48000
59000
360000
20000
25000
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
35000
Color Temp (K)
5700
6500
5300
5600
6300
Length l max (mm)
92
92
75
135
270
Distance a (mm)
70
70
59
115
140
Diameter d (mm)
16
16
16
18
40
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
5.5
5.5
5.5
4
15
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
3000
750
300
750
500
Operating Position
p 45
p 45
p 45
Any
p 30
Base
SFc10-4
SFc10-4
Special
Special
S25.5
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fig No
1
1
2
1
3
Symbols & Footnotes
4
4,21
4
4,6
4
HTI 403 W/24
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
D
I
S
C
H
A
R
G
E
HTI® WITH DICHROIC REFLECTOR
Ordering Abbreviation
HTI 250 W/22
HTI 250 W/32
HTI 250 W/32C
HTI 400 W/24
Product Number
54080
54081
54089
54083
54104
Watts (W)
270
270
270
400
400
Volts (V)
45
45
45
55
55
Current (A)
6
6
6
7.3
7.3
Color Temp (K)
5600
5600
5600
5600
5600
Length l max (mm)
73
73
73
73
73
Working Distance a (mm)
22
32
32
24
24
Diameter d (mm)
67
67
67
67
67
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
2.5
2.5
2.5
4.0
4.0
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
250
250
250
250
750
Operating Position
P 20
P 20
P 20
P 20
P 20
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
YES
Fig No
4
4
5
5
5
Symbols & Footnotes
1
1,22
4
1
1
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HSR® METAL HALIDE
1
2
HSR® WITH OUTER JACKET
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
D
I
S
C
H
A
R
G
E
Ordering Abbreviation
HSR 400/60
HSR 575/60
HSR 575/72
Product Number
54102
54115
54116
Watts (W)
400
575
575
Volts (V)
67
95
95
Current (A)
6.9
7
7
Lumens (lm)
33000
49000
49000
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
20000
10000
10000
Color Temp (K)
5900
6000
7200
Length l (mm)
110
125
125
Distance a (mm)
62
65
65
Diameter d (mm)
23
30
30
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
5
7
7
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
650
1000
1000
Operating Position
Any
Any
Any
Base
GX9.5
GX9.5
GX9.5
Hot Restart
No
No
No
Fig No
1
1
1
Symbols & Footnotes
4
4
4
Ordering Abbreviation
HSR 700/60
HSR 1200/60
Product Number
54107
54168
Watts (W)
700
1200
Volts (V)
72
100
Current (A)
11
13.8
Lumens (lm)
58000
110000
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
10000
20000
Color Temp (K)
6000
6000
Length l (mm)
155
175
Distance a (mm)
75
85
Diameter d (mm)
30
40
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
8
10
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
1000
1000
Operating Position
Any
Any
Base
G22
G22
Hot Restart
No
No
Fig No
2
2
Symbols & Footnotes
4
4
HSR® WITH OUTER JACKET
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HSD® METAL HALIDE
1
2
HSD® WITH OUTER JACKET
Ordering Abbreviation
HSD 150/70
HSD 200/60
HSD 250/60
HSD 250/78
Product Number
54119
Watts (W)
150
54167
54170
54118
54129
200
250
250
575
Volts (V)
Current (A)
97
70
90
90
88
1.8
3.3
3.1
3.1
7.4
Lumens (lm)
12000
13000
17000
17000
45000
Color Temp (K)
7000
6000
6000
7800
7200
Length l (mm)
105
108
110
108
135
Distance a (mm)
56
55
55
55
65
Diameter d (mm)
20
23
23
23
30
Electrode Gap - cold (mm)
5.5
5
5
5
7
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
2000
2000
2000
3000
3000
Operating Position
Any
Any
Any
Any
Any
Base
G12
GY9.5
GY9.5
GY9.5
GX9.5
Hot Restart
No
No
No
No
No
Fig No
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2
2
2
2
Symbols & Footnotes
4,23
4
4,24
4
4
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2
VIP S 170/13
VIP R 273/45
Product Number
69320
69327
Watts (W)
170
270
Volts (V)
85
38
Current (A)
2.0
7.1
Lumens (lm)
11900
17000
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
30000
100000
Color Temp (K)
9000
5800
Length l (mm)
62
73
Distance a (mm)
35
45
Diameter d (mm)
13
67
Arc Length (mm)
5
1.9
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
4000
1000
Operating Position
Horizontal, tip-off up
Horizontal, tip-off up
Base
SFc10-4
Hot Restart
Yes
Yes
Fig No
1
2
Symbols & Footnotes
1,25
1,25,26
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XBO® <= 450W XENON SHORT ARC
1
2
Ordering Abbreviation
3
XBO 75 W/2
XBO 75 W/2 OFR
XBO 100 W OFR
XBO R 100 W/45 OFR
Product Number
69231
Watts (W)
75
69232
69233
69197
69191
75
100
100
100
Volts (V)
Type of Current
14
14
14
13
13
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
DC
5.4
5.4
7.0
7.0
7.0
Lumens (lm)
1000
1000
1900
Luminous Intensity (cd)
100
100
270
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
40000
40000
31000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
0.25 x 0.5
0.25 x 0.5
0.4 x 0.8
0.4 x 0.9
0.4 x .09
Length l1 max (mm)
90
90
90
83
83
Length l2 max (mm)
82
82
82
75
75
Distance a (mm)
43
43
44.5
Diameter d (mm)
10
10
11
67
67
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
400
400
500
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
400
400
500
500
Operating Position
s 105
s 105
s 105
p 15
p 15
Required
Required
Required
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XBO R 100 W/45C OFR
Current Control Range (A)
2
Forced Cooling
Base Anode
SFa9-2
SFa7.5-2
SFa9-2
Base Cathode
SFa7.5-2
SFa7.5-2
SFa7.5-2
Fig No
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1
1
2
3
Symbols & Footnotes
27,28,29,30
28,29,30,31
29,30,31
28,29,31,32,33,34
28,29,30,31,34
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Ordering Abbreviation
XBO R 101 W/45C OFR
XBO 150 W/1
XBO 150 W/1 OFR
XBO 150 W/4
Product Number
69190
Watts (W)
100
69234
69235
69238
150
150
Volts (V)
150
13
20
20
20
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
7.0
7.5
7.5
7.5
Lumens (lm)
3000
3000
3000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
300
300
300
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
15000
15000
15000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
0.5 x 2.2
0.5 x 2.2
0.5 x 2.2
Current Control Range (A)
2
Length l1 max (mm)
83
150
150
150
Length l2 max (mm)
75
127
127
127
57
57
57
Distance a (mm)
Diameter d (mm)
67
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
20
20
1200
1200
1200
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
500
Operating Position
p 15
s 15
s 15
s 15
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
Base Anode
SFc12-4
SFc12-4
SFc12-4
Base Cathode
SFcX12-4
SFcX12-4
SFcX12.4
Fig No
1
2
2
2
Symbols & Footnotes
28,31,34,35,36
28,29,30,37,38
28,29,30,31,38
28,29,30,39
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XBO® <= 450W XENON SHORT ARC
1
2
Ordering Abbreviation
3
4
XBO 150 W/CR OFR
XBO 150 W/S
XBO R 180 W/45/OFR
XBO R 180 W/45C OFR
Product Number
69237
Watts (W)
150
69236
69186
69183
150
180
Volts (V)
180
18
20
14
14
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
8.5
7.5
12
12
Lumens (lm)
2900
2200
Luminous Intensity (cd)
290
220
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
20000
18000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
0.5 x 1.6
0.5 x 1.9
Length l1 max (mm)
150
117
90
90
Length l2 max (mm)
127
96
75
75
Distance a (mm)
57
47.5
Diameter d (mm)
20
20
67
67
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
3000
1000
500
500
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
1200
800
Operating Position
s15 p15
s15 p15
p 15
p 15
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
Base Anode
SFc12-4
SFa12-11
Base Cathode
SFcX12-4
SFa12-11
Fig No
1
2
3
4
Symbols & Footnotes
28,29,30,31,40,41
8,28,29,30,40
28,29,30,31,34,42
28,29,30,31,34,35
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Current Control Range (A)
2
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Ordering Abbreviation
3
XBO R 181 W/45C OFR
XBO 250 W OFR
XBO R 300 W/60C OFR
XBO 450 W
Product Number
69184
Watts (W)
180
69239
69167
69241
250
300
Volts (V)
450
14
13
17
17
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
12
18
16
25
Current Control Range (A)
14-20
14 - 19
17-30
Lumens (lm)
4800
13000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
530
1300
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
26000
35000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
0.7 x 1.7
2
0.9 x 2.7
Length l1 max (mm)
90
226
62
260
Length l2 max (mm)
75
192
30
212
93
60
95.5
82.5
29
Distance a (mm)
Diameter d (mm)
67
25
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
500
1200
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
2000
1000
Operating Position
p 15
s 15
p20
s 30
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
Base Anode
SFa16-8
Base Cathode
SFa16-10
SFa20-8
SFa20-10
Fig No
1
2
3
2
Symbols & Footnotes
28,29,30,31,34,35,36
28,29,30,31
28,29,30,31,35,43
28,29,30,44,45
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XBO® <= 450W XENON SHORT ARC
1
2
Ordering Abbreviation
XBO 450 W OFR
XBO 450 W/1
XBO 450 W/2 OFR
XBO 450 W/4
Product Number
69245
Watts (W)
450
69242
69243
69244
450
450
Volts (V)
450
17
17
17
17
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
25
25
25
25
Current Control Range (A)
17-30
17-30
17-30
17-30
Lumens (lm)
13000
13000
13000
13000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
1300
1300
1300
1300
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
35000
45000
35000
35000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
0.9 x 2.7
0.7 x 2.2
0.9 X 2.7
0.9 x 2.7
Length l1 max (mm)
260
260
177
260
Length l2 max (mm)
212
212
Distance a (mm)
95.5
95.5
79
95.5
Diameter d (mm)
29
29
29
29
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
2000
800
2000
2000
2
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
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212
800
Operating Position
s 30
s 100
s 30
s 30
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
Base Anode
SFa20-8
SFa20-8
SK19/36
SFa20-8
Base Cathode
SFa20-10
SFa20-10
SK19/36
SFa20-10
Fig No
1
1
2
1
Symbols & Footnotes
28,29,30,31
28,29,30
28,29,30,31
28,29,30,39
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Ordering Abbreviation
3
4
XBO 500 W/H OFR
XBO 700 W/HS OFR
Product Number
69257
Watts (W)
500
Volts (V)
Type of Current
5
XBO 900 W OFR
XBO 1000 W/HS OFR
69260
69261
69263
69264
700
900
1000
1000
17
18
19
19
19
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
28
37
45
50
50
Current Control Range (A)
17-30
30-45
30-53
30-55
30-55
Lumens (lm)
14500
20000
30000
32000
32000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
1450
2000
3000
3000
3000
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
40000
40000
50000
60000
60000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
0.9 x 2.5
1.1 x 2.9
1.1 x 3.3
1.1 x 2.8
1.1 x 2.8
Length l1 max (mm)
190
235
325
235
236
Length l2 max (mm)
165
205
277
205
222
Distance a (mm)
75
95
123
95
95
Diameter d (mm)
35
40
40
40
40
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
2000
1500
2400
2000
2000
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
2000
1500
2000
2000
Operating Position
s30 p30
s20 p20
s 30
s20 p20
s20 p20
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
Required
Magnetic Arc Stabilization
Required
Base Anode
SFa16-8
SFa27-11
SFa25-10
SFa27-11
SK27/50
Base Cathode
SFa15-10
SFcX27-8
SFa25-12
SFcX27-8
SFcX27-8
Fig No
1
2
3
4
5
Symbols & Footnotes
2,28,29,30,31,46
2,8,28,29,30,31,46
28,29,30,31,46
2,8,28,29,30,31,46
2,8,28,29,30,31,35,46
2
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XBO 1000 W/HSC OFR
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XBO® >450W XENON SHORT ARC CINEMA FILM PROJECTION
1
2
Ordering Abbreviation
3
XBO 1000 W/HTP OFR
XBO 1600 W/HS OFR
Product Number
69265
Watts (W)
1000
Volts (V)
Type of Current
4
5
XBO 1600 W/HSC OFR
XBO 1600 W OFR
69268
69269
69266
69267
1550
1550
1600
1600
21
23
23
24
24
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
45
65
65
65
65
Current Control Range (A)
30-55
50-70
50-70
45-75
45-75
Lumens (lm)
35000
70000
60000
60000
60000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
3200
5500
5500
6000
6000
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
45000
70000
70000
65000
65000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
1.0 x 4.0
1.0 x 3.2
1.0 x 3.2
1.4 x 4.0
1.4 x 4.0
Length l1 max (mm)
330
235
236
370
370
Length l2 max (mm)
277
205
222
322
322
Distance a (mm)
123
95
95
142.5
143
Diameter d (mm)
46
46
46
52
52
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
2400
2000
2000
2400
2400
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
2400
2000
2000
Operating Position
s30 p30
s20 p20
s20 p20
s 30
s 30
Required
Required
Required
Required
2
Forced Cooling
Magnetic Arc Stabilization
Required
Base Anode
SFa25-14
SFa27-11
SK27/50
SFa27-10
SFaX27-10
Base Cathode
SFc25-14
SFcX27-8
SFcX27-8
SFa27-12
SFa27-12
Fig No
1
2
3
4
5
Symbols & Footnotes
2,28,29,30,31,46
2,8,28,29,30,31,46
2,8,28,29,30,31,35,46
28,29,30,31,46
28,29,30,31,46,47
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3
XBO 2000 W/H OFR
XBO 2000 W/HS OFR
Product Number
69258
Watts (W)
2000
Volts (V)
Type of Current
4
5
XBO 2000 W/HTP OFR
XBO 2000 W/SHSC OFR
69270
69247
69256
69310
2000
2000
2000
2000
28
25
27
26
25
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
70
80
70
70
80
Current Control Range (A)
50-85
50-85
50-85
50-85
50-85
Lumens (lm)
80000
80000
80000
80000
80000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
7500
7500
7500
7500
7500
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
80000
80000
75000
80000
75000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
1.3 x 4.8
1.3 x 4.0
1.3 x 4.8
1.3 x 4.0
1.3 x 4.8
Length l1 max (mm)
370
342
375
236
375
Length l2 max (mm)
322
302
322
222
322
Distance a (mm)
142.5
145
142.5
95
142.5
Diameter d (mm)
52
60
52
46
52
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
Operating Position
s30 p30
s30 p30
s30 p30
s20 p20
s30 p30
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
Magnetic Arc Stabilization
Required
Base Anode
SFaX27-10
SFaX27-9.5
SFa25-14
SK27/50
SFa25-14
Base Cathode
SFaX27-12
SFa27-7.9
SFc25-14
SFcX27-8
SFc25-14
Fig No
1
2
3
4
5
Symbols & Footnotes
2,28,29,30,31,46
2,8,28,29,30,31,46
2,28,29,30,31,46,
48,49
2,28,29,30,31,35,46,
50,51
2,28,29,30,31,40,46,
48,49
2
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Required
XBO 2001 W/HTP OFR
Required
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XBO® >450W XENON SHORT ARC CINEMA FILM PROJECTION
1
2
Ordering Abbreviation
3
XBO 2500 W OFR
XBO 2500 W/HS OFR
XBO 3000 W/H OFR
XBO 3000 W/HS OFR
Product Number
69248
Watts (W)
2500
69249
69251
69250
69252
2500
3000
3000
3000
Volts (V)
Type of Current
29
26
30
30
30
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
85
90
100
100
100
Current Control Range (A)
60-95
70-100
60-110
60-110
60-110
Lumens (lm)
100000
100000
130000
130000
130000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
9500
10000
12000
12000
12000
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
60000
80000
90000
90000
85000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
1.5 x 6.0
1.5 x 4.5
1.7 x 5.0
1.7 x 5.0
1.7 x 5.0
Length l1 max (mm)
428
342
428
342
405
Length l2 max (mm)
382
302
382
302
357
Distance a (mm)
167.5
145
167.5
145
162.5
Diameter d (mm)
60
60
66
60
66
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
2000
1800
1800
1800
1800
1500
1500
1500
1500
s30 p20
s30 p30
s30 p30
s30 p30
Required
Required
Required
Required
2
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
Operating Position
s 30
Forced Cooling
Magnetic Arc Stabilization
Required
Required
Base Anode
SFaX27-13
SFaX27-9.5
SFaX27-13
SFaX27-9.5
SFa27-14
Base Cathode
SFaX27-14
SFa27-7.9
SFa27-14
SFa27-7.9
SFc27-14
Fig No
1
2
2
2
3
Symbols & Footnotes
28,29,30,31,46
2,8,28,29,30,31,46
2,28,29,30,31,46
2,8,28,29,30,31,46
2,28,29,30,31,46,48
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Ordering Abbreviation
3
XBO 4000 W OFR
XBO 4000 W/HS OFR
Product Number
69253
Watts (W)
4000
Volts (V)
Type of Current
4
XBO 4000 W/HTP OFR
XBO 4200 W/CA OFR
69254
69296
69294
69350
4000
4000
4200
4200
32
28
31
29
29
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
120
135
130
140
140
Current Control Range (A)
80-140
80-150
100-140
80-160
80-160
Lumens (lm)
180000
155000
155000
190000
190000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
19000
17000
16000
20000
20000
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
70000
90000
90000
100000
100000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
2.0 x 7.5
1.9 x 6.0
1.9 x 6.0
2.1 x 5.7
2.1 x 5.7
Length l1 max (mm)
432
410
433
428
428
Length l2 max (mm)
384
370
382
382
382
Distance a (mm)
176
171
167.5
167.5
167.5
Diameter d (mm)
60
70
70
70
60
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
1000
1000
1200
1000
500
1000
1200
2
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
XBO 4200 W/GS OFR
500
Operating Position
s 15
s20 p20
s20 p20
s 15
s 15
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
Required
Base Anode
SFa30-18
SFaX30-9.5
SFa27-14
SFaX27-13
SFaX27-13
Base Cathode
SFa30-20
SFa30-7.9
SFc27-14
SFaX27-14
SFaX27-14
Fig No
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2
3
4
4
Symbols & Footnotes
28,29,30,31,46
2,8,28,29,30,31,46
2,28,29,30,31,46,48
28,29,30,31,46,47,52
7,28,29,30,31,46
Magnetic Arc Stabilization
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1
2
Ordering Abbreviation
3
XBO 4500 W/HS
XBO 4500 W/HTP
XBO 5000 W/H OFR
XBO 5000 W/HTP OFR
Product Number
69359
Watts (W)
4500
69360
69315
69336
4500
5000
Volts (V)
5000
32
32
34
35
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
135
135
140
140
Current Control Range (A)
80-150
100-150
100-150
100-150
Lumens (lm)
200000
200000
225000
225000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
20000
20000
27000
22000
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
120000
120000
95000
95000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
1.8 x 6.0
1.8 x 6.0
2.2 x 6.5
2.2 x 6.5
Length l1 max (mm)
410
433
433
433
Length l2 max (mm)
370
370
382
382
Distance a (mm)
171
171
168
165
Diameter d (mm)
70
70
70
70
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
1000
1000
1000
1000
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
1000
1000
1000
1000
Operating Position
s15 p15
s15 p15
s15 p15
s15 p15
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
Magnetic Arc Stabilization
Required
Required
Required
Required
Base Anode
SFa30-7.9
SFa27-14
SFaX30-16
SFa27-14
Base Cathode
SFaX30-9.5
SFc27-14
SFa28-18
SFc27-14
Fig No
1
3
2
3
Symbols & Footnotes
28,46
28,46
2,28,29,30,31,46
2,28,29,30,31,46,48
2
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3
XBO 6000 W/HS OFR
XBO 6000 W/HTP OFR
XBO 6500 W
XBO 7000 W/HS OFR
Product Number
69339
Watts (W)
6000
69340
69298
69295
6000
6500
Volts (V)
7000
37
37
40
42
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
160
160
160
160
Current Control Range (A)
110 - 165
110 - 165
80-160
110-165
Lumens (lm)
300000
280000
325000
350000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
28000
28000
32000
35000
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
105000
105000
95000
100000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
2.0 x 7.5
2.0 x 7.5
2.3 x 9.0
2.0 x 7.5
Length l1 max (mm)
433
433
483
433
Length l2 max (mm)
393
382
434
393
Distance a (mm)
170.5
165
200
170.5
Diameter d (mm)
78
78
60
78
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
600
600
500
500
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
600
600
Operating Position
s15 p15
s15 p15
s 10
s15 p15
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
2
Magnetic Arc Stabilization
500
Required
Required
Base Anode
SFaX30-9.5
SFa30-14
SFa30-20
SFaX30-9.5
Base Cathode
SFa30-7.9
SFc30-14
SFa30-22
SFa30-8.0
Fig No
1
2
3
3
Symbols & Footnotes
2,8,28,29,30,31,46
2,8,29,30,31,46,53,54
28,29,30,46
2,28,29,30,31,46
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XBO® >450W XENON SHORT ARC CINEMA FILM PROJECTION
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2
Ordering Abbreviation
XBO 7000 W/HSH OFR
XBO 8000 W/HS OFR
XBO 10000 W/C OFR
XBO 10000 W/HS OFR
Product Number
69301
Watts (W)
7000
69351
69297
69342
8000
9600
Volts (V)
10000
43
45
59
51
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
160
175
160
195
Current Control Range (A)
110-165
150-180
110-170
160-200
Lumens (lm)
350000
400000
500000
500000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
35000
40000
47500
45000
Average Luminance (cd/cm )
110000
110000
80000
90000
Luminous Area -- w x h (mm)
2.0 x 7.5
2.3 x 10.5
2.7 x 14.0
2.4 x 12.0
Length l1 max (mm)
433
433
483
433
Length l2 max (mm)
393
393
434
393
Distance a (mm)
170.5
170.5
200
170.5
Diameter d (mm)
78
90
78
90
Avg Rated Life Vertical (hrs)
500
500
500
500
Avg Rated Life Horizontal (hrs)
500
500
Operating Position
s 15, p15
s 15, p15
s 15
s15 p15
Forced Cooling
Required
Required
Required
Required
Magnetic Arc Stabilization
Required
Required
Base Anode
SFaX 30-9.5
SFaX 30-9.5
SK30-20
SfaX 30-9.5
Base Cathode
SFa30-7.9
SFa 30-7.9
SFa30-22
SFa30-7.9
Fig No
1
1
2
2
Symbols & Footnotes
2,28,29,30,31,46
2,28,29,30,31,46
28,29,30,31,35,46,55
2,28,29,30,31,46
2
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2
3
HBO 50 W AC L1
HBO 50 W AC L2
HBO 50 W/3
HBO 100 W/2
Product Number
69213
Watts (W)
50
69214
69215
69217
50
50
Volts (V)
100
37
42
23
20
Type of Current
AC
AC
DC
DC
Current (A)
1.45
1.3
2.3
5.0
Lumens (lm)
2000
2000
1300
2200
Luminous Intensity (cd)
230
230
150
260
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
30000
30000
90000
170000
Luminous Area – w x h (mm)
0.3 x 1.0
0.3 x 1.0
0.2 x 0.35
0.25 x 0.25
Luminous Efficacy (lm/W)
40
40
26
22
Length l1 max (mm)
53
53
53
90
Length l2 max (mm)
47
47
47
82
Distance a (mm)
22
22
22
43
Diameter d (mm)
8.5
8.5
9
10
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
100
100
200
200
Operating Position
s 45, anode down
s 45, anode down
s 45, anode down
s 90, anode down
Cooling
Convection
Convection
Convection
Convection
Base Anode
SFa6-2
SFa6-2
SFa6-2
SFa7.5-2
Base Cathode
SFa6-2
SFa6-2
SFa8-2
SFa9-2
Fig No
1
1
2
3
Symbols & Footnotes
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Ordering Abbreviation
2
3
HBO 103 W/2
HBO R 103 W/45
HBO 200 W/2 L1
HBO 200 W/2 L2
Product Number
69182
Watts (W)
100
69311
69198
69222
100
200
Volts (V)
200
23
23
61
53
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC or AC
DC or AC
Current (A)
4.44
4.3
Lumens (lm)
2550
9500
9500
Luminous Intensity (cd)
270 MIN
1000
1000
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
150000
40000
40000
Luminous Area – w x h (mm)
0.25 x 0.25
0.6 x 2.2
0.6 x 2.2
Luminous Efficacy (lm/W)
30
47.5
47.5
Length l1 max (mm)
90
128
128
Length l2 max (mm)
82
102
102
Distance a (mm)
43
40
40
Diameter d (mm)
10
17
17
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
300
300
400
400
Operating Position
s 90, anode down
p 15
s 45, anode down
s 45, anode down
Cooling
Convection
Convection
Convection
Convection
Base Anode
SFa7.5-2
Pin
SFc10-4
SFc10-4
Base Cathode
SFa9-2
Pin
SFc10-4
SFc10-4
Fig No
1
2
3
3
Symbols & Footnotes
56
34,57
58,59,60
58,59,60
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Ordering Abbreviation
HBO 200 W/2 TM L1
HBO 200 W/2 TM L2
HBO 200 W/4
HBO 200 W/DC
Product Number
69221
Watts (W)
200
69223
69224
69225
200
200
Volts (V)
200
47
47
61
Type of Current
57
DC or AC
DC or AC
AC
DC
3.6
3.5
Current (A)
Lumens (lm)
9500
9500
9500
10000
Luminous Intensity (cd)
1000
1000
1000
1100
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
40000
40000
40000
40000
Luminous Area – w x h (mm)
0.6 x 2.2
0.6 x 2.2
0.6 x 2.2
0.75 x 2.3
Luminous Efficacy (lm/W)
47.5
47.5
47.5
50
Length l1 max (mm)
128
128
128
128
Length l2 max (mm)
102
102
102
102
Distance a (mm)
40
40
40
40
Diameter d (mm)
17
17
17
17
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
400
200
200
1000
Operating Position
s 45, anode down
s 45, anode down
s 45, anode down
s 15, anode down
Cooling
Convection
Convection
Convection
Convection
Base Anode
8-32 UNC-3A
8-32 UNC-3A
SFc10-4
SFc10-4
Base Cathode
8-32 UNC-3A
8-32 UNC-3A
SFc10-4
SFc10-4
Fig No
1
1
1
1
Symbols & Footnotes
61
61
62
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HBO® MERCURY SHORT ARC
1
Ordering Abbreviation
2
3
HBO 201 W/HS-D2
HBO 202 W/4
Product Number
69168
69316
69364
Watts (W)
200
200
250
Volts (V)
25
61
40
Type of Current
DC
AC
DC
Current (A)
8
3.6
6.25
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HBO 250 W/HS
Lumens (lm)
Luminous Intensity (cd)
1000
Average Luminance (cd/cm2)
40000
Luminous Area – w x h (mm)
0.6 x 2.2
Luminous Efficacy (lm/W)
47.5
Length l1 max (mm)
150
128
143
Length l2 max (mm)
127
102
125
40
62
Distance a (mm)
Diameter d (mm)
20
17
20
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
1000
200
1000
Operating Position
Vertical, anode up
s 45, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Cooling
Convection
Convection
Convection
Base Anode
SFcX32-22
SFc10-4
SFa 13-5/20
Base Cathode
SFcX12-4/15
SFc10-4
Special
Fig No
1
2
3
Symbols & Footnotes
28,63
64
63
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Ordering Abbreviation
3
HBO 250 W/BY
HBO 350 W
HBO 350 W/S
HBO 450 W/GS
Product Number
69246
Watts (W)
250
Volts (V)
Type of Current
Current (A)
69226
69228
69343
69205
350
350
450
500
40
68
68
50
60
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
6.5
5.3
5.15
9
8.3
4600
4700
Radiant Intensity 350..450 nm (mW/sr)
HBO 500 W/A
6200
Length l1 max (mm)
152
128
127
150
190
Length l2 max (mm)
125
102
103
105
161.5
Distance a (mm)
62
45
52.5
53
73
Diameter d (mm)
20
20
20
22
29
Electrode Gap -- cold (mm)
2
2.9
3
2.2
4.5
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
1000
600
600
600
800
Operating Position
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Cooling
Forced Base
Convection
Convection
Convection
Convection
Base Anode
SFc13-5/20
SFcY 10-4
SFcY10-4
SFc 13-5/15
SFcY13-5
Base Cathode
SFc13-5/20
SFcY 10-4
SFcY10-4
SFc 13-5/15
SFcY13-5
Fig No
1
2
2
1
3
67,68,69,70
67,70
71
70,71,72
Symbols & Footnotes
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Ordering Abbreviation
2
3
HBO 500 W/B
HBO 1000 W/CEL
Product Number
69206
Watts (W)
500
Volts (V)
Type of Current
Current (A)
4
5
HBO 1000 W/G
HBO 1000 W/NEL
69175
69208
69176
69177
750
750
750
750
48
47
47
47
47
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
10.3
16
16
16
16
Radiant Intensity 350..450 nm (mW/sr) 5800
8300
8300
8300
8300
Length l1 max (mm)
180
175
197
190
175
Length l2 max (mm)
151.5
157
169.5
168
157
Distance a (mm)
78.5
78.5
85
84.5
78.5
Diameter d (mm)
29
28
28
28
28
Electrode Gap -- cold (mm)
3
3
3
3
3
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
800
2500
600
2500
2500
Operating Position
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Cooling
Convection
Convection
Forced Base
Convection
Convection
Base Anode
SFcX13-5/20
SxFc15-6/20
SFcX14-6/25
SFa15-5/16
SFc15-6/20
Base Cathode
SFcY 13-15/20
SFc15-6/20
SFcX15-4/20
SFaX14-5/21
SXFc15-6/20
Fig No
1
2
3
4
5
Symbols & Footnotes
70,71,73,74
75,76,77
67,76
71,76,78,79,80
76
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HBO 1002 W/NEL
HBO 1002 W/NIL
Product Number
69273
Watts (W)
750
Volts (V)
Type of Current
Current (A)
4
HBO 1003 W/PI
HBO 1003 W/PIL
HBO 1000 W/D
69347
69195
69180
69200
750
750
750
1000
47
25
26
26
38
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
16
27.1
27.1
25.8
26.5
Radiant Intensity 350..450 nm (mW/sr) 8300
10800
Length l1 max (mm)
190
187
197
195
240
Length l2 max (mm)
168
168
169.5
169.5
208
Distance a (mm)
78.5
78.5
85
85
89.5
Diameter d (mm)
28
29
29
29
40
Electrode Gap -- cold (mm)
3
3
3
3
3
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
2500
1500
850
1500
1000
Operating Position
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Cooling
Convection
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Base Anode
SFaX14-5/21
SFaX14-5/21
SFcX14-6/25
SFcX14-6/25
SFc15-6/25
Base Cathode
SFc15-6/25
SFc15-6/25
SFc15-6/25
SFc15-6/25
SFc15-6/25
Fig No
1
2
3
3
4
Symbols & Footnotes
77,81
77,82
76,83,84
76,83,85
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Ordering Abbreviation
2
HBO 1500 W/CI
HBO 1500 W/CIEL
HBO 1500 W/CIL
HBO 1500 W/PI
Product Number
69185
Watts (W)
1500
69171
69179
69319
69181
1500
1500
1500
1500
Volts (V)
Type of Current
23
23
23
23
23
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
DC
65.2
65.2
65.2
65.2
65.2
Length l1 max (mm)
262
262
262
267
273
Length l2 max (mm)
242
242
242
240
242
Distance a (mm)
122
122
122
118
118
Diameter d (mm)
52
52
52
47
46
Electrode Gap -- cold (mm)
4
4
4
4
4
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
850
2250
1500
850
1500
Operating Position
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Cooling
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Base Anode
SFa27-10/35
SFa27-20/22
SFa27-10/35
SFc30-6/25
SFc30-6/25
Base Cathode
SFa27-20/23
SFa27-20/23
SFa27-20/23
SFc27-10/35
SFc27-10/35
Fig No
1
1
1
2
2
Symbols & Footnotes
86,87,88
87,88,89
86,88
66,90
66,91,92
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Radiant Intensity 350..450 nm (mW/sr)
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HBO 2000 W/NIL
HBO 2001 W/NIEL
Product Number
69303
Watts (W)
1750
Volts (V)
Type of Current
Current (A)
4
HBO 2001 W/NIL
HBO 2002 W/NIL
HBO 2001 W/CIEL
69306
69292
69287
69166
1750
1750
1750
2000
26
26
26
24
26
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
67
67
67
67
77
Length l1 max (mm)
241
251
251
254
329
Length l2 max (mm)
221
231
231
234
309
Distance a (mm)
112.25
112.5
112
107.5
148.75
Diameter d (mm)
52
52
50
52
62
Electrode Gap -- cold (mm)
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
1500
2250
1500
1500
2250
Operating Position
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode up
Cooling
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Base Anode
SFc27-12/35
SFc27-10/35
SFc27-10/35
SFc27-7/35
SF33.5/50 with cable
connection (M8)
Base Cathode
SFc27-7/35
SFc27-7/35
SFaX27-7/35
SFc27-10x1.25/35
SFa33.5-10/50 with
cable connection (M6)
Fig No
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2
2
3
4
Symbols & Footnotes
88,92
88,92
88,92
86,92
89,93,94
Radiant Intensity 350..450 nm (mW/sr)
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HBO® MERCURY SHORT ARC FOR MICROLITHOGRAPHY
1
Ordering Abbreviation
2
3
HBO 2001 W/CIL
HBO 2002 W/MA
Product Number
69189
Watts (W)
2000
Volts (V)
4
HBO 2011 W/NIL
HBO 2500 W/PIL
69199
69288
69172
2000
2000
2500
26
37
24
28
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
77
54
80
90
Length l1 max (mm)
329
292
256
350
Length l2 max (mm)
307
272
236
315
Distance a (mm)
149
138.5
107.75
149
Diameter d (mm)
62
62
52
62
Electrode Gap -- cold (mm)
4.5
3
4.5
6.7
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
1500
1000
1500
1500
Operating Position
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode up
Cooling
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Base Anode
SF33.5/50
SF27/35
SFc27-7/35
SFc30-6/50
Base Cathode
SFa33.5-10//50
SFa27-10/35
SFc27-12x1.5/35
SFc30-6.3/50
Fig No
1
2
3
4
Symbols & Footnotes
86,92,93,95
28,86,88,92,96
86,92
28,89,92,97
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HBO® MERCURY SHORT ARC FOR MICROLITHOGRAPHY
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2
3
HBO 2501 W/NIL
HBO 2510 W/NIL
Product Number
69289
Watts (W)
2500
Volts (V)
4
HBO 2700 W/CIL
HBO 3500 W/PI
69299
69344
69174
2500
2700
3400
23
23
24
23
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
110
109
110
148
Length l1 max (mm)
367
367
334
340
Length l2 max (mm)
327
327
309
315
Distance a (mm)
157.75
157.5
148.75
154
Diameter d (mm)
70
70
62
77
Electrode Gap -- cold (mm)
4.5
4.5
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
1500
1500
1500
850
Operating Position
Vertical, anode down
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode up
Cooling
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Base Anode
SFc33.5-8/50
SFc33.5-8/50
SFa33.5/50
SFaX40-6/50
Base Cathode
SFc33.5-14/5
SFc33.5-14/50
SFa33.5-14.59
SFc32.5-6.7/50
Fig No
1
2
3
4
Symbols & Footnotes
28,86
28,92,98
71,86,99
28,89,92,100
Radiant Intensity 350..450 nm (mW/sr)
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HBO® MERCURY SHORT ARC FOR MICROLITHOGRAPHY
1
Ordering Abbreviation
2
HBO 3500 W/PIL
HBO 3501 W/PI
HBO 3501 W/PIL
HBO 4500 W/CIL
HBO 5500 W/PI
Product Number
69169
Watts (W)
3400
69127
69165
69162
69164
3400
3400
4500
Volts (V)
5000
23
23
23
30
25
Type of Current
DC
DC
DC
DC
DC
Current (A)
148
148
148
148
200
Length l1 max (mm)
360
360
360
360
Length l2 max (mm)
315
315
315
315
355
Distance a (mm)
154
154
154
154
154
Diameter d (mm)
77
77
77
77
85
Electrode Gap -- cold (mm)
4.5
4.5
4.5
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
1500
850
1500
1500
850
Operating Position
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode up
Vertical, anode up
Cooling
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Forced Base
Base Anode
SFaX40-6/50
SFaX40-6/50
SFc32.5-6.7/50
SFAX40-6/50
SFcX 42.5-6/50
Base Cathode
SFc32.5-6.7/50
SFc32.5-6.7/50
SFaX40-6/50 with cable
connection (M10)
SFC32.5-6.7/50
SFa 37.5-9/50
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1
1
1
1
2
Symbols & Footnotes
28,65,89,92
28,89,92
65,85,91,97,99,101,10 65,66
2,103
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9,30,83,89,104
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EXCIMER AND SPECTRAL LAMPS
1
2
3
EXCIMER - XERADEX
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XERADEX 20
XERADEX 20/HV
XERADEX 20/SY45/45
Product Number
69338
69352
69349
Watts (W)
20
20
20
Length l1 max (mm)
245
245
300
Length l2 max (mm)
120
120
125
Distance a (mm)
75
75
45
Diameter d (mm)
40
40
40
Avg Rated Life (hrs)
1500
1500
1500
Operating Position
Any
Any
Any
Fig No
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1
2
Symbols & Footnotes
105,106,107,108
105,106,107,109
105,106,107,110
SPECTRAL
Ordering Abbreviation
Na 10 FL
Product Number
69284
Elements
Sodium
Watts (W)
9
Volts (V)
16
Current (A)
0.57
Type of Current
AC
Operating Position
Vertical, base down
Base
Pico 9
Fig No
3
Symbols & Footnotes
111,112
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LAMP BASES
BA15d
IEC 7004-11
DIN 49721
DL
Bayonet
FaX1.5-3x1
GY6.35-15
IEC 7004-59
2-pin
BA15s
IEC 7004-11A
DIN 49720
SC
Bayonet
G4
IEC 7004-72
DIN 49757
2-pin
BA20d
IEC 7004-12
DIN 49730
GX5.3
IEC 7004-61
DIN 49640
2-pin
GZ6.35
IEC 7004-59 A
DIN 49754
2-pin
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GZX9.5
GZZ9.5
IEC 7004-70 B
DIN 49756
2-pin
pre-focus
E10
IEC 7004-22
DIN 49610
miniature
Edison
E14
IEC 7004-23
DIN 49615
small
Edison
G5.3-4.8
2-pin
GY5.3
2-pin
G9.5
IEC 7004-70
medium
2-pin
E27/E26
IEC 7004-21
DIN 49620
E26-NA
E27-EURO
G6.35-15
G6.35-20
G6.35-25
IEC 7004-59
2-pin
GX9.5
DIN 49638
IEC 7004-70 A
2-pin
pre-focus
E40/E39
IEC 7004-21
DIN 49625
E39-NA
E40-EURO
GX6.35-25
IEC 7004-59
2-pin
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GZ9.5
DIN 49756
IEC 7004-70 B
2-pin
pre-focus
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LAMP BASES
GX16d
2-pin
G38
IEC 7004-76
MOGUL
Bipost
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DIN 49758
IEC 7004-45
2-pin
GX38q
GY17q
DIN 49758
IEC 7004-74
4-pin
K24s
Length of cable
250 mm
Hole of cable lug
ø 8.4 mm
DIN 49748
P40s
DIN 49728
IEC 7004-43
medium
pre-focus
GY17t
DIN 49665
IEC 7004-45
4-pin
G22
IEC 7004-75
medium
Bipost
Pico9
DIN 41539
GY22
2-pin
PG22-6.35
DIN 49751
IEC 7004-48
P28s
DIN 49728
IEC 7004-42
MOGUL
pre-focus
.
PK30d
R7s
RX7s
DIN 49750
IEC 7004-92
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K30 s
Length of cable
275 mm
Hole of cable lug
dia 8.4 mm
DIN 49748
K39 d
with flexible Siaf cable
Length of cable 300 mm.
Hole of cable lug dia. 8.4 mm
K59 d
with flexible Siaf cable
Length of cable 350 mm.
Hole of cable lug dia. 8.4 mm
DIN 49732
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LAMP BASES
SFcX27-8
(5/16-18UNC-2 A)
SK27-50
SFa5-2
SFa6-2
SFa7.5-2
SFa8-2
SFa9-2
SFa12-11
SFa21-5
SFa15-10
SFa16-8
SFa16-10
SFa20-8
SFa20-10
SFa25-10
SFcX12-4
(with M4 thread and
centering collar)
SFa27-8
SFa27-10
SFa27-11
SFa27-12
SFa27-14
SFa28-18
SFa21-12
DIN 49759
SFc10-4 M4-thread
SFc6-3 M3-thread
SFc12-4 M4-thread
SFc13-4 M4-thread
SFaX27-10
SFaX27-9.5
SFaX27-12
SFaX27-13
SFaX27-14
SFaX30-9.5
SFaX30-16
SX15s
SFc25-14 (M 14x1.5)
SFc27-14 (M 14x1.5)
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DIN 49613
SFcX 13-4
SFcX 15-4 (with US inch
thread 8-32 UNC-3A and
centering collar)
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OPERATING POSITIONS
Schematic diagrams
permitted
not permitted
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GENERAL INFORMATION
In North America, OSRAM brand Photo-Optic lighting products are sold by OSRAM SYLVANIA AND OSRAM SYLVANIA LTD. Sales are
subject to standard terms and conditions of sale prevailing as of the date of purchase.
Operational data and dimensions are nominal values. OSRAM reserves the right to make technical modifications without notice. All
supplies are subject to availability.
® = Registered trademarks of OSRAM GmbH
Lamps are designated in accordance with ANSI standard C78.370-1982 (As amended).
When disposing of spent lamps, always consult federal, state, local and/or provincial hazardous waste disposal rules and regulations to
ensure proper disposal.
Use of improper, unapproved or unsuitable ballasts will negatively impact the performance of Photo-Optic lamps and could void the lamp
warranty. A list of power supply manufacturers is available upon request.
Discharge lamps in the HMD®, HMI®, HMP®, HTI®, HSR®, HSD®, HBO®, OSRAM STUDIOLINE® and VIP® types and the spectral lamps
contain small quantities of harmful substances (such as mercury).
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SYMBOLS & FOOTNOTES FOR PHOTO-OPTIC HALOGEN LAMPS
Symbol
Description
New item introduced within the past year.
Item will be discontinued when inventory is depleted.
Footnote
Description
1
Base - filament connections: Pins 1 and 4.
2
Lamp has monoplane filament.
3
Lamp has internal proximity reflector.
4
Lumens refers to screen lumens.
5
Lamp also available as a 240V model (Product Number 54977).
6
Product number 54100 is the replacement for product number 54048.
7
Lamp service life 75hr life is defined at 76V with a duty cycle of 45 min. ON / 15 min. OFF.
8
Lamp suited for video camera heads; 500hr life @ 1.8V/ 45 min. ON / 15 min. OFF.
9
Lamp has round-core double filament.
10
h (Operating Position) = Vertical, base up
11
Lamp has a flat core filament with filament area perpendicular to the lamp axis.
12
Lamp also available in 240 V model.
13
Length l1 = Contact to contact.
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Length l = Contact to contact.
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Lamp also available as 115V model (Product Number 54636).
16
Lamp interchangeable with HX 600
17
Lamp has a biplane filament.
18
Lamp interchangeable with HX 602
19
High-performance HPL halogen lamps are manufactured under license from ETC,Inc.
20
Do not tilt perpendicular to the filament.
21
NSP=Narrow Spot
22
WFL=Wide Flood
23
VNSP=Very Narrow Spot.
24
MFL=Medium Flood
25
For use where seal temperature does not exceed 650F.
26
Life at rated voltage and at 650F maximum seal temperature.
27
Clean room ready packaging.
28
A suitable protective shield, screening technique, or both must be used to protect people and surroundings from the possibility of a lamp
shattering and from possible ultraviolet radiation.
29
High temperature base. Retards seal deterioration where seal temperature exceeds 650F.
30
Usually limited to intermittent burning.
31
Average service life of lamp if operated with 400W is 100 hrs.
32
Snap-on connector, female / male contact.
33
Connector = Female, round, with 4mm pin.
34
Lamp also available with male connectors (Product Number 58722)
35
Female contact is according to DIN 46247.
36
Lamp also available with female connectors (Product Number 58697)
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Male contacts according to DIN 46248.
38
Lamp also available with female connectors (Product Number 58721)
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Lamp also available with female connectors (Product Number 58709)
40
This lamp type is twice the life of the ANSI standard version.
41
WARNING: Lamp only for use where seal temperature does not exceed 650 degrees F (343 degrees C). Minimum bulb wall temperature 480
degrees F (249 degrees C).
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Lamp also available with male contact according to DIN 46248. 64361/HLX Z (Product Number 58717)
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Footnote
Description
43
This lamp type is twice the life of the standard version.
44
Max. Beam Candlepower (MBCP) : 175 kcd.
45
Lamp has snap-on male contact to DIN 46248.
SYMBOLS & FOOTNOTES FOR PHOTO-OPTIC DISCHARGE LAMPS
Symbol
Description
New item introduced within the past year.
Item will be discontinued when inventory is depleted.
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Description
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Type of current: square-wave AC.
2
p (Operating Position) = Horizontal
3
OSRAM socket #46721, cable length 22" for use with the following OSRAM lamps: HTI 250W/SE (product number 54091), HTI 400W/SE
(product number 54084), HTI 600W/SE (product number 54087), and HMI 250W/SE (product number 54062).*
4
Type of current: sine-wave (sinusoidal) AC.
5
In horizontal operation position it is recommended that the "lead connection" wire be in the top position with filler tip facing down.
6
Optimized lamp seal technology to withstand interior base temperatures of up to 450 degrees C.
7
GS=Gap Shortened
8
S=Short
9
Lamp bases need to be forced cooled.
10
Necessary input voltage: 380 volt.
11
Permitted wattage range: 400W to 700W.
12
Lamp filler tip needs to point upwards during operation.
13
Permitted wattage range: 300W to 600W.
14
Lamp arc needs to be in horizontal operating position.
15
Current bar needs to be positioned underneath the discharge arc during operation.
16
Lampholder for FaX 1.5 base = HMI Socket 46721 (Product Number 69302).
17
All HTI® lamps are hot restrikeable with the exception of HTI 150, HTI 152, HTI 405 W/SE, and 705 W/SE.
18
SE=Single Ended
19
WARNING: Lamp has a special GY22 base. Ignition voltage must be applied only to the thin pin.
20
WARNING: The contact pins on the base are connected internally. The electrode farthest from the base must be connected via cable.
21
DX=Type of Double Ended
22
Lamp is also available with connecting cable and plug-in contact. HTI 250W/32 C (Product Number 54089).
23
When operated on electronic control gear (ECG) service life extended to 3000h.
24
Lamp HSD 250/78 also available with 7800K color temperature and average rated life at 3000 hr. Product Number 54118.
25
All VIP® lamps are for AC operation on electronic power supplies and are hot restrikeable. All VIP® lamps need forced cooling.
26
Lamp has a elliptical reflector.
27
Lamp also available in ozone-free version XBO 75 W/2 OFR (Product Number 69232)
28
This lamp has positive pressure even when cold. Please read safety/warning instructions before using this lamp.
29
Distance a is from end of base to the respective electrode tip (cold) - see lamp drawing.
30
With vertical operating position: anode(+) on top.
31
OFR=Ozone Free
32
Lamp also available with connecting cable and plug-in contact. XBO R 100W/45 C OFR (Product Number 69191).
33
Lamp current not to exceed 7.2A.
34
The focus lies 45mm in front of the mounting rim (working distance).
35
C=Cable
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Description
36
The connecting cables do not have a plug-in connector.
37
Lamp also available in ozone-free version XBO 150 W/1 OFR (Product Number 69235)
38
Lamp also available in Suprasil quartz glass version: XBO 150 W/4 (Product Number 69238).
39
Lamp uses Suprasil quartz glass.
40
Magnetic arc stabilization required.
41
Lamp is suitable for Crosfield color scanner (CR = Crosfield).
42
Lamp also available with connecting cable and plug-in contact. XBO 180W/45 C OFR (Product Number 69183).
43
Lamp focus is 60mm in front of reflector rim.
44
Lamp also available in ozone-free version XBO 450 W OFR (Product Number 69245)
45
Lamp also available in Suprasil quartz glass version XBO 450 W/4 (Product Number 69244)
46
Photometric data is measured in vertical operating position at rated wattage.
47
CA=Cable on anode base
48
TP=Threaded Pin
49
Lamp also available as XBO 2001 W/HTP OFR (Product Number 69310).
50
SHSC=Super short
51
Lamp has same dimensions as XBO 1600 W/HSC OFR (Product Number 69268).
52
Lamp also available as XBO 4200 W/GS with 60mm bulb diameter and 500 hrs life.
53
H=Suitable for horizontal operation
54
Magnetic arc stabilization: necessary for horizontal operation
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Lamp XBO 10000 W/HS OFR also available with current control range 160-299 amps. Product Number 69342.
56
Lamp optimized for fluorescence microscopy.
57
Lamp also available with AMP plug contact. HBO R 103/45 C (Product Number 69311).
58
For DC operation both Product Numbers 69198 & 69222 can be used (47...65Volts / 3.1...4.2Amps). For AC operation Product Number
69198 (L1 version 57 65 Volt / 3.6 Amps) or Product Number 69222 (L2 version 49 57 Volt / 4.2 Amps) can be used.
59
Lamp also available with threaded pin 8-32 UNC-3A: HBO 200 W/2TM (Product Number 69223).
60
Technical data if operated on AC current: Volts=65, Lumens=10,000 lm, Luminous Efficacy=50 lm/W.
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For DC operation both Product Numbers 69221 & 69223 can be used (47...65 Volts / 3.1...4.2Amps). For AC operation Product Number
69221 (L1 version 57 65 Volt / 3.6 Amps) or Product Number 69223 (L2 version 49 57 Volt / 4.2 Amps) can be used.
62
Lamp also available with increased radiation in the wavelength range below 450nm for UV-curing. HBO 202W/4 (Product Number 69316).
63
2000hr warranty against non-passive lamp failure.
64
Lamp same as HBO 200 W/4 (Product Number 69224 but with increased radiation in the wavelength range below 450nm for UV-curing.
65
Lamp also available with 850 hrs (HBO 3500 W/PI, Product Number 69174)
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Anode Base=Cooling fins with cable connection (M 8).
67
Anode and Cathode Base with UNC-3A thread.
68
Lamps suitable for pulse operation between 250W and 500W. Maximum permissible average power is 350W (also for constant power operation).
69
HBO 350W (Product Number 69226) replaces HBO 350 W/G (Product Number 69227).
70
Lamp service life is defined with a switch-on/switch off duty cycle of 12hours ON / 30 minutes OFF.
71
Maximum permitted base temperature: 200 degrees C (392 degrees F).
72
Lamp base(s) with M 5x0.9 thread.
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Cathode base with M 5x 0.9 thread
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Lamp anode base (hexagon) with thread M5x0.9
75
Anode Base=Hexagon base with M 6 thread.
76
Lamps suitable for pulse operation between 700W and 1000W. Maximum permissible average power is 750W (also for constant power operation).
77
Cathode Base=Sleeve base with M 6 thread.
78
Cathode base with cable connection (M 5)
79
Cathode Base with cooling fins.
80
Anode sleeve base without thread.
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Anode Base=Sleeve base with cable connection (M 5)
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Anode Base=Sleeve base with cable connection (M 6).
83
Lamp has cooling fins on anode base.
84
Lamp also available as Longlife version HBO 1003 W/PIL (Product Number 69180) with 1500hr life.
85
Lamp also available as version HBO 1003 W/PI with 850hr life (Product Number 69195)
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Anode Base with cable connection (M 8).
87
Lamp also available as Longlife version HBO 1500 W/CIL (Product Number 69179) with 1500hr life.
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Cathode Base with cable connection (M 8).
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Anode Base with cable connection (M 10).
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Lamp also available as Longlife version HBO 1500 W/PIL (Product Number 69181) with 1500hr life.
91
Lamp also available with 850 hr HBO 1500 W/PI (Product Number 69319)
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Lamp should not be ignited more than ten times over lifetime.
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Lamp also available as version HBO 2001 W/CI with 850hr life (Product number 69219)
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Lamp also available as version HBO 2001 W/CIL with 1500hr life (product number 69189)
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Cathode Base with cable connection (M 6).
96
The average rated life of this lamp depends on the operating mode (initial power setting).
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Lamp also available as version HBO 2500 W/PI with 850hr life (Product Number 69178)
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Anode base with cable: length 340mm; connector 8/25.
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Distance a = Distance (cold) of either anode base to anode tip or cathode base to cathode tip depending on lamp type.
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Lamp also available as Longlife version HBO 3500 W/PIL with 1500hr life (Product Number 69169).
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Average service life of lamp if operated with 400W is 100 hrs.
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Also available with 850h, HBO 3501 W/PI: NAED 69127.
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SHP - series (Super High Performance Technology).
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Lamp life may vary depending on duty cycle and application.
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product. XERADEX lamps generate a strong 172 nm (VUV) radiation. This short-wave radiation will convert atmospheric oxygen (O2) surrounding the lamp into ozone (O3). Ozone gas is toxic when inhaled in high concentrations over long periods of time. Ozone levels can be
measured and monitored with commercial measuring equipment. Always keep ozone levels below the applicable TLV (threshold limit value).
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Base is KF50 flange fitting; lamp is designed for use in vacuum environments at pressures above 300 mbar.
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TUNGSTEN HALOGEN & INCANDESCENT PHOTO-OPTIC LAMPS
The following information pertains to all Photo-Optic Tungsten-Halogen and Incandescent lamps including Infrared Heat Lamps, Current-Controlled Airfield Lamps,
PAR and other Reflector Lamps.
WARNING:
In accordance with ANSI/IESNA Standard RP-27, Photo-Optic incandescent & tungsten halogen lamps are Risk Group 2 products.
Read and understand this warning before using this bulb!
THIS LAMP EMITS ULTRAVIOLET AND INFRARED RADIATION. ALWAYS WEAR SUITABLE EYE PROTECTION WHEN WORKING NEAR THIS LAMP. THIS LAMP
OPERATES AT HIGH PRESSURE AND AT HIGH TEMPERATURE AND MAY SHATTER UNEXPECTEDLY. THIS LAMP MUST BE USED IN A FIXTURE THAT HAS A SUITABLE PROTECTIVE SHIELD AND/OR SCREEN TO PROTECT PEOPLE AND SURROUNDINGS AGAINST THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE
FROM LAMP SHATTERING AND EXPOSURE TO INFRARED OR ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION.
ALL OF THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES MUST BE FOLLOWED FOR SAFETY AND TO OBTAIN SATISFACTORY LAMP PERFORMANCE.
GENERAL SAFETY AND INSTALLATION TIPS:
1. This lamp generates UV (ultraviolet) and/or IR (infrared) radiation. Prolonged exposure to this lamp may cause skin and eye irritation from the radiation when
operated at or above rated voltage.
Please note that lamp with reference number 64614 has enhanced UV output as a result of its reflector coating.
2. To avoid risk of serious eye injury from the intense light, do not stare at operating lamp.
3. Because this lamp radiates considerable heat, do not use in close proximity to people, combustible materials, or substances adversely affected by heat or drying.
4. To avoid shattering of glass parts and/or lens/reflector, keep water, other liquids and metal objects from contacting hot glass surfaces. Protect the entire lamp
from moisture (rain, snow, etc.) to avoid cracking or breaking.
5. Protect the lamp from contamination, abrasion and scratches. Do not use if lamp is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
6. For safe and proper lamp operation, operate at rated voltage and wattage. Operation above rated voltage increases UV output and internal pressure, thus increasing the risk of rupture.
7. This lamp (for reflectorized lamps, this applies to inner lamp capsule) operates at high internal pressure and at high surface temperature and may unexpectedly
shatter resulting in hot, flying fragments of glass or metal. Although this lamp was carefully constructed, tested and inspected before packing and shipping, under
certain conditions beyond the manufacturer's control, the glass parts could crack or break.
8. For PAR and other reflectorized lamps: Even though this lamp may continue to operate after the reflector and/or lens is broken or damaged, it should be replaced
as soon as possible since the pressure-filled inner lamp capsule could unexpectedly shatter if scratched or otherwise damaged, creating a risk of personal injury
or property damage.
LAMP MOUNTING AND OPERATION:
1. Use only in equipment/fixture specifying this lamp type, including voltage and wattage. Use in circuits, which do not exceed rated voltage and in sockets and
equipment designed for its use.
2. Do not touch or handle the quartz glass with bare fingers. Contaminants can burn in at high operating temperatures and cause glass to recrystalize. This makes
the glass opaque and milky; it increasingly loses its strength, and the risk of bursting increases. If lamp is touched, clean with denatured alcohol and wipe dry
with a soft, clean lint-free cloth before operating.
3. Make sure lamp is properly installed into socket to obtain good electrical contact and to avoid damaging lamp and/or socket. A heat resistant connector should be
used to make electrical contact to the lamp base for safety and to obtain rated lamp life. To avoid damage to lamps with bipin bases, do not twist. Pull old lamp
straight out and push new lamp straight in. For safe and proper operation of lamps with lead wires, please ensure that the lamp is securely supported and the
lead-wires are securely connected to the electrical supply.
For PAR 36, 46, 56, 64 lamps: To avoid breaking, the lamp must be supported by its rim.
4. Operating temperatures deteriorate lamp sockets. Socket condition may affect lamp life. Replace socket if deterioration of socket or lamp base contacts is
observed.
5. Do not move, bump or bounce equipment/fixture during operation because mechanical shock can cause shattering and failure of the lamp.
6. For PAR 36, 46, 56 and 64 lamps: Lamp should be operated with a protective shield (especially in public places -- churches, auditoriums, etc) to prevent the risk
of personal injury or property damage from flying lamp fragments in the event of the lamp cracking or breaking.
7. To avoid risk of burns or electrical shock, do not remove or insert lamp when power is on, allow lamp to cool to room temperature before removing or storing.
8. Replace all equipment/fixture covers and shields after servicing to prevent personal injury or property damage.
9. All Photo-Optic lamps have a range of permissible operating positions. Please see relevant operating position information in our literature or on-line catalog and
only operate lamps at the operating positions specified. The basic rule for all single-ended Photo-Optic halogen and incandescent lamps is that the lamp may only
be tilted/inclined perpendicular to the plane through both filament lead-wires (see illustrations and list of affected filament designs below).
Not Permitted
Not Permitted
Permitted
Not Permitted
Affected Filament Designs:
C-2V, C-6, C-6F, C-13, C-13D, CC-2V, CC-6, CC-13, CC-13D, 2C-8, 2CC-8
10. Keep lamp seal temperature below 350°C (660°F) and the lamp wall temperature between 250°C (480°F) and 900°C (1650°F). When used in equipment designed
to provide cooling to operating lamp, do not obstruct equipment cooling system.
11. Filaments for high luminance applications are designed in such a way that the incandescent elements do not block each other in the direction of projection. The
positioning of single filament coils in one plane is called a monoplane filament. Biplane filaments have the incandescent elements staggered forward and backward in two parallel planes while maintaining adequate spacing to prevent arc-over.
12. Note: Photometric values of a frosted lamp will vary from the published values of the same non-frosted type.
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LAMP DIMMING:
1. Incandescent lamps (non-halogen): Incandescent lamps perform according to fixed relationships between luminous flux, luminous efficacy, color temperature,
electrical voltage, electrical current and electrical power consumption. In general, a 5% increase in applied lamp voltage results in half the lamp life, and conversely a 5% reduction of lamp voltage results in twice the lamp life.
2. Tungsten-Halogen Lamps: In standard incandescent lamp operation, there is an inverse relationship of lamp life vs. supply voltage; i.e., the lower the voltage, the
longer the life. In some tungsten halogen lamps, however, this holds true only when operated within 5 to 10% of the rated voltage. Further dimming, beyond the
10%, may affect the halogen chemistry in the lamp and may cause filament corrosion. There are also tungsten halogen lamps that only achieve nominal lamp
lives regardless of the level of dimming that is used. Unlike standard incandescent lamps, the relationships in halogen lamps are not clear-cut because of the
halogen chemical cycle. For the vaporized tungsten to be removed from the inner bulb wall, a minimum bulb wall temperature is necessary. This temperature is
directly related to the power input to the lamp such that a reduction in power effects a reduction in the bulb wall temperature. Special design techniques have
been incorporated in modern halogen lamps to prevent blackening regardless of the level of dimming. Consideration must be given to lamp dimming in applications that require maximum constancy of color temperature (photographic and video recording, for example), since the color temperature changes with the filament temperature.
CURRENT-CONTROLLED HALOGEN LAMPS:
Some lamp types are designed for constant current operation, primarily for airfield applications. They are usually operated in series with an isolation transformer tap
connected to each lamp to ensure that all lamps have the same brightness. Constant current-operated lamps differ in performance from the published values of constant applied voltage lamps. Direct series connection of non-constant current designed lamps is not recommended.
INFRARED HEAT LAMPS:
These lamps are designed for use in applications specifically requiring an infrared radiation source. Infrared radiation from these lamps causes surfaces to be heated.
These lamps operate at high temperatures. Allow sufficient cooling time before handling. A listing of Kelvin temperatures, method for electrical connection, and operating positions with appropriate cooling recommendations for tungsten halogen special heat lamps can be found in the OSRAM literature or in the on-line catalog.
CAUTION: The infrared reflector lamp, HLX 64635 is specially designed to produce high temperatures at its focal point (approximately 1300°C / 2372°F) for soldering,
welding and heating applications.
LAMP DISPOSAL:
1. Disposal of spent lamps must be in accordance with applicable federal, state/provincial, and local regulations.
2. Lamp users in North America may obtain specific state or province information concerning disposal regulations, toll free, by calling 1-866-666-6850.
3. OSRAM SYLVANIA Products Inc. cannot advise lamp users as to general or specific disposal regulations for federal, state/provincial, and/or local municipalities.
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WARNING:
In accordance with ANSI/IESNA Standard RP-27, Photo-Optic metal halide lamps are a Risk Group 3 product.
Read and understand this warning before using this lamp!
THIS LAMP EMITS ULTRAVIOLET AND INFRARED RADIATION. ALWAYS WEAR SUITABLE EYE PROTECTION WHEN WORKING NEAR THIS LAMP. THIS LAMP
OPERATES AT HIGH PRESSURE AND AT HIGH TEMPERATURE AND MAY SHATTER UNEXPECTEDLY. THIS LAMP MUST BE USED IN A FIXTURE THAT HAS A SUITABLE PROTECTIVE SHIELD AND/OR SCREEN TO PROTECT PEOPLE AND SURROUNDINGS AGAINST THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE
FROM LAMP SHATTERING AND EXPOSURE TO INFRARED OR ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION.
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1. All Photo-Optic metal halide lamps operate at high internal pressures (upwards of 500psi or 35bar possible) and may unexpectedly rupture resulting in the discharge of hot fragments (approximately 800°C / 1472°F) of quartz and/or metal particles, as well as the release of mercury/mercury vapor. In the event of such a
rupture, there is a risk of personal injury, burns and fire.
2. All Photo-Optic metal halide lamps generate ultraviolet (UV), infrared (IR) and visible radiation during operation. This radiation can cause permanent damage to the
eyes (including blindness) and serious injury to the skin (including burns and blistering). To avoid eye damage, other personal injury and/or property damage, the
lamp MUST be operated in a suitable fixture.
3. A suitable fixture is one that will prevent the arc from being viewed directly while operating, and in the event of a lamp rupture, will prevent hot (up to 800°C /
1472°F), flying fragments of quartz and/or metal from escaping into the area.
4. To minimize the risk of a lamp rupture, replace the lamp at or before the end of rated life (see OSRAM SYLVANIA product catalog for rated life) or when the lamp
shows signs of blackening.
5. The discharge vessel of Photo-Optic metal halide lamps is constructed of quartz glass that is filled with a quantity of mercury, elemental metals and/or rare earth
elements. These lamps are not at positive pressure when cold (not operating, at room temperature).
GENERAL SAFETY & INSTALLATION TIPS
BROKEN LAMPS (MERCURY VAPOR RELEASE AND DISPOSAL):
1. In the event of a lamp rupturing during operation, all personnel should leave the area immediately to avoid the inhalation of mercury vapor. The area should then
be thoroughly ventilated for a minimum of 30 minutes or until the mercury vapor in the area is below the ACGIH TLV (American Conference of Governmental
Industrial Hygienists Threshold Limit Value). Inhaling vapor or small particles of mercury or its compounds can be harmful to lungs, kidneys and nervous system.
Penetration of the skin or ingestion can also be harmful.
2. To avoid mercury vapor getting into air conditioning systems, mercury vapor-absorbing filters should be used. When the lamp housing has cooled, mercury
residue may be picked up with special mercury adsorptive agents or a mercury vacuum cleaner (available from laboratory safety equipment suppliers) and
disposed of in accordance with local, state and federal regulations. There should be no direct skin contact with and/or inhalation of mercury residues that may
be residing in lamp housing, optics or lamp parts.
If a cold (room temperature) lamp is broken, proceed with clean up and disposal as indicated above (in the bold, italic statement).
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INSTALLATION:
1. Do not use if lamp is scratched, cracked or damaged in any way.
2. To prevent electric shock, shut off main power to the fixture before attempting to service or replace lamp.
3. To avoid damaging the quartz and causing premature lamp failure, do not handle lamp with bare hands. Use clean gloves.
4. If the quartz parts are inadvertently touched, clean fingerprints off with denatured alcohol and wipe dry with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use cleaning rags
or material that can leave a residue.
5. To prevent skin burns, allow lamp to cool before handling.
6. To avoid breakage, mounting of the lamp must be free of mechanical stress during installation and during operation by allowing for thermal expansion along its
axis.
7. Photo-Optic metal halide lamps should not be subjected to force/stress during installation. Single-ended lamp types use a metal bar, which runs parallel to the
lamp body and provides an electrical path for the lamp current (from the socket end to the opposite end of the lamp). To avoid overheating the lamp current bar,
Photo-Optic metal halide lamp types without outer jackets should not have the lamp current bar positioned above the discharge arc during operation. Singleended lamp types with outer jackets may be operated in any position and with any current bar position.
8. Replace all fixture covers and shields after replacing lamp to prevent eye damage, other personal injury or property damage.
9. Use only in instruments/equipment specifying this light source.
10. CAUTION - Shorting Hazard: The HTI 2500 W/SE has both base pins connected to the same point inside the lamp socket. A lead wire on the opposite side of the
lamp provides the current connection necessary for operating the lamp.
11. Make sure lamp is properly installed into socket/connector to obtain good electrical and thermal contact and avoid damaging lamp and/or socket/connector.
electrical connections should be free from dirt and corrosion. Socket/connector condition may affect lamp life. Replace socket/connector or lamp if deterioration
(pitting, scorching, corrosion, etc.) is observed.
Please note that certain Photo-Optic, AC metal halide lamps have dedicated pins or connectors for high voltage ignition.
OPERATION:
1. Magnetic current-limiting ballasts (chokes) provide sine-wave current operation for lamps. However, electronic control gear (ECG) allows for square wave cur-rent
operation, often at higher frequencies. Some Photo-Optic metal halide lamps have been designed for, and therefore require, ECG square-wave operation. Please
see OSRAM literature for power requirements for your specific lamp type.
2. Operate with compatible power supply and fixture only.
3. OSRAM Photo-Optic metal halide discharge lamps are designed for either hot re-start (high ignition voltages) or cold start (low ignition voltages only). Please see
OSRAM literature for power requirements for your specific lamp type.
4. To ensure that lamps operate at the correct power during AC operation, connections on the ballast/choke in the power supply should be made to the correct voltage taps; i.e., tap voltage should match input line voltage. To avoid wall blackening, overheating or other premature failure modes, OSRAM strongly advises
against operating Photo-Optic metal halide lamps at higher than rated wattage ("boosted operation"). Only OSRAM HMP Photo-Optic metal halide lamps are
offered with a unique power feature allowing for operation at increased wattage of up to 1.5 times their rated wattage, but with reduced service life. For safe lamp
operation and optimum performance, use only those ballasts/power supplies that have been approved by OSRAM. See your OSRAM dealer for a list of approved
equipment.
5. Dimming of Photo-Optic metal halide lamps, like incandescent lamps, causes a drop in luminous output. If a metal halide lamp is dimmed by electrical means, it
will not reach its optimum operating state and, unlike incandescent lamps, will not last longer. When dimmed, the lamp wall temperature falls more rapidly on a
lamp that has no outer jacket. In metal halide lamps without an outer jacket, reduced power operation causes an increase in the color temperature and a reduction
in CRI. Lamps with outer jackets can have either a vacuum or filling gas (often Nitrogen) within. Metal halide lamps with outer jackets tend to maintain their color
properties better under dimmed conditions because the outer jacket provides thermal insulation against internal lamp cooling.
6. Photo-Optic metal halide lamps need 5 to 20 minutes (depending on lamp type and cooling conditions) before they reach their operating temperatures. To ensure
proper ignition on subsequent start-up, lamps should not be switched off during the warm-up period.
7. Average service life of these lamps is determined by the ON/OFF duty cycle. Lamp performance is reduced with increased duty cycle.
OPERATING POSITION:
Photo-Optic metal halide lamps may only be used in the operating positions described in the OSRAM SYLVANIA product catalog. Please note that lamp photometric values and arc stability can be effected by the operating position.
OZONE GENERATION:
• During operation, Photo-Optic metal halide lamps produce a spectrum that ranges from about 150 nm in the ultraviolet region to the infrared region.
• If the quartz glass bulb is transparent in the ultraviolet region between 180 and 220 nm, this short-wave radiation will convert a small quantity of atmospheric oxygen (O2) surrounding the lamp into ozone (O3). Moreover, the oxygen molecules will link together with the nitrogen (N2) in the air, creating nitrogen oxides (NOx).
(Some believe that the smell attributed to ozone is in actuality from the nitrogen oxides.)
• Ozone gas is toxic when inhaled in high concentrations over long periods of time. Ozone levels can be measured and monitored with commercial measuring
equipment. Always keep ozone levels below the applicable TLV (threshold limit value)
• An "ozone smell" (or smell of nitrogen oxide) may be detected shortly after ignition. There are two probable causes for this condition. O3 and NOx production is
caused by the (short-duration) radiation of the spark gap used for lamp ignition. Or, the cold condition of the quartz glass bulb has slightly shifted its UV-absorption characteristics thus permitting a small amount of radiation in the very short-wave ultraviolet range to be emitted by the bulb. Typically, after the lamp has run
up to its operating temperature range, virtually no ozone is produced by the lamp, as a rule, due to the quartz glass absorption and the self-absorption of the plasma.
LAMP COOLING:
1. All Photo-Optic metal halide lamp bases must be kept below 230˚C (446˚F) during operation to prevent premature lamp failure. If convection cooling is inadequate,
forced air-cooling may be used. Please see OSRAM literature for cooling requirements of specific lamp types.
2. If forced air-cooling is used, care must be taken to direct airflow at the bases only. Striking elsewhere on the lamp with the airflow will result in poor lamp performance or premature failure.
3. Discoloration, surface pitting, and/or corrosion of the lamp connections indicates a thermal overload. To obtain optimum lamp performance, components exhibiting these conditions must be cleaned or replaced.
LAMP REMOVAL:
• Turn off power to the lamp and allow lamp to cool (forced or convection) for a minimum of 30 minutes prior to shutting main fixture power and opening fixture.
Do not remove lamp until it has cooled.
• Lamps should be placed in their original OSRAM SYLVANIA packaging for temporary storage until disposal and/or transportation to a disposal location. See
"Lamp Transportation" and "Lamp Disposal" sections below for relevant information.
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LAMP TRANSPORTATION:
1. All Photo-Optic metal halide lamps should be transported ONLY in their original packaging.
2. Transportation in non-original packaging can damage the lamp and void warranty.
3. U.S. Federal regulations require mercury-containing lamps to be shipped ONLY in DOT-compliant packaging. Original OSRAM packaging is DOT-compliant.
MERCURY FILL OF Photo-Optic METAL HALIDE LAMPS:
• Mercury is referred to by its chemical symbol, Hg, which is derived from the Greek and Latin "hydrargyrum," a silvery shiny liquid metal at room temperature. In
humid air it is covered with a gray oxide skin. Of all metals it has the highest vapor pressure which increases exponentially with rising temperatures. For this reason, mercury is volatile at room temperature. The colorless and odorless vapors produced are poisonous and heavier than air.
• The inhalation (respiration) of mercury or mercury compounds as vapor or dust will lead to the damage of lungs, kidneys, and the nervous system. Apart from
inhalation, mercury can be transmitted through the skin (penetration) or through the gastro-intestinal tract (ingestion), which is also harmful.
• The ACGIH TLVs are merely guidelines to assist in the control of health hazards. The ACGIH states that the TLVs refer to airborne concentrations of substances
and represent conditions under which it is believed that nearly all workers may be repeatedly exposed day after day without adverse health effects. Therefore, the
TLV for mercury should never be exceeded.
• Analytical detection of mercury vapor is possible by means of gas/vapor detector tubes (rough measurement) or air-monitors that absorb mercury vapor.
OSRAM metal halide lamps have the following mercury contents:
Lamp Family
HMI
HMP
HTI
HSR/HSD
HMD
Maximum Mercury Content (mg)
1200
70
180
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520
PROPERTIES OF MERCURY:
• Chemical symbol:
• Atomic number:
• Molecular Weight:
• Density:
• Melting Point:
• Boiling Point:
• Vapor pressure:
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Concentration in air:
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RCRA waste number:
Other Names:
Hg
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200.59
13.6 g/cm3 @ 20°C / 68°F
-39°C / -38.2°F
357°C / 674°F
160 Pa @ 20°C / 68°F
370 Pa @ 30°C / 86°F
823 Pa @ 40°C / 104°F
13.6 mg/m3 @ 20°C / 68°F
29.6 mg/m3 @ 30°C / 86°F
62.7 mg/m3 @ 40°C / 104°F
7439-97-6
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Hydrargyrum, Colloidal mercury, Kwik, Mercure, Mercurio, Metallic mercury, Quecksilber, Quick silver, Liquid Silver
LAMP DISPOSAL:
1. Disposal of spent lamps must be in accordance with applicable federal, state/provincial, and local regulations. State laws may differ in their disposal requirements for lamps.
2. Lamp users in North America may obtain specific state or province information concerning disposal regulations, toll free, by calling 1-866-666-6850.
3. OSRAM SYLVANIA Products Inc. cannot advise lamp users as to general or specific disposal regulations for federal, state/provincial, and/or local municipalities. It
is the responsibility of the waste generator to ensure proper classification and disposal of waste products.
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Manage in accordance with disposal laws
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VIP® SUPER HIGH PRESSURE MERCURY LAMPS (PHOTO-OPTIC)
WARNING:
In accordance with ANSI/IESNA Standard RP-27, VIP Super High Pressure Mercury Lamps are Risk Group 3 products.
Read and understand this entire statement before using this lamp!
RUPTURE & RADIATION (UV- VISIBLE) HAZARD:
1. The discharge vessel of Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps is constructed of quartz glass that is filled with a quantity of mercury. These lamps are not pressurized when cold (i.e., at room temperature).
2. All Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps have high internal pressures (up to approximately 3,675 psi or 250 bar) during operation and may unexpectedly
rupture resulting in the discharge of hot fragments (approximately 800°C / 1472°F) of quartz and/or metal particles, as well as the release of mercury/mercury vapor. In the event of such a rupture, there is a risk of personal injury, burns, and fire.
3. Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps generate intense ultraviolet (UV), visible and infrared radiation during operation. This radiation can cause permanent damage to the eyes (including blindness) and serious injury to the skin (including burns and blistering). To avoid eye damage, other personal injury,
and/or property damage, the lamp MUST be operated in a suitable fixture.
4. A suitable fixture is one that will prevent the arc from being viewed directly while operating, and in the event of a lamp rupture, will prevent hot (up to 800°C /
1472°F), flying fragments of quartz and/or metal from escaping into the area.
5. To minimize the risk of a lamp rupture, replace the lamp at or before the end of rated life (see OSRAM SYLVANIA product catalog for rated life).
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VIP® SUPER HIGH PRESSURE MERCURY LAMPS (PHOTO-OPTIC) (continued)
BROKEN LAMPS (MERCURY VAPOR RELEASE AND DISPOSAL):
1. In the event of a lamp rupturing during operation, all personnel should leave the area immediately to avoid the inhalation of mercury vapor. The area should then
be thoroughly ventilated for a minimum of 30 minutes or until the mercury vapor in the area is below the ACGIH TLV (American Conference of Governmental
Industrial Hygienists Threshold Limit Value). Inhaling vapor or small particles of mercury or its compounds can be harmful to lungs, kidneys, and nervous system.
Penetration of the skin or ingestion can also be harmful.
2. When the lamp housing has cooled, mercury residue may be picked up with special mercury adsorptive agents or a mercury vacuum cleaner (available from laboratory safety equipment suppliers) and disposed of in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations. There should be no direct skin contact with and/or
inhalation of mercury residues that may be residing in lamp housing, optics or lamp parts.
3. If a cold (room temperature) lamp is broken, proceed with clean-up and disposal as indicated in item 2 above.
GENERAL SAFETY & INSTALLATION TIPS
INSTALLATION:
1. Do not use if lamp or any lamp parts such as reflector, front glass, etc. are scratched, cracked, or damaged in any way.
2. To prevent electric shock, shut off main power to the fixture before attempting to service or replace lamp.
3. If the quartz parts are inadvertently touched, clean fingerprints off with denatured alcohol and wipe dry with a soft, clean, lint-free cloth. Do not use cleaning rags
or material that can leave a residue.
4. To prevent skin burns, allow lamp to cool before handling.
5. To avoid breakage, mounting of the lamp must be free of mechanical stress during installation and during operation by allowing for thermal expansion.
6. Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps should not be subjected to force/stress during installation.
7. Replace all fixture covers and shields after replacing lamp to prevent eye damage, other personal injury, or property damage.
8. Use only in instruments/equipment specifying this light source.
9. Make sure lamp is properly connected to avoid damaging lamp and/or socket/connector. Electrical connections should be free from dirt and corrosion.
Socket/connector condition may affect lamp life.
10. Replace socket/connector or lamp if deterioration (pitting, scorching, corrosion, etc.) of either is observed.
OPERATION:
1. Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps are designed for operation on AC only.
2. Operate with compatible power supply and fixture only.
3. Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps need approximately 5 minutes (depending on lamp type and cooling conditions) before they reach their operating temperatures. To ensure proper ignition on the following start-up, lamps should not be switched off during the warm-up period.
4. The average service life of Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps is influenced by their ON/OFF-duty cycle. Lamp performance is reduced with increased duty
cycle.
OPERATING POSITION:
Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps may only be operated in the positions described in the OSRAM SYLVANIA product catalog and/or technical literature.
LAMP COOLING:
1. To prevent premature failure, forced-air cooling is required. Maximum permitted lamp temperatures are described in the available technical literature.
2. Discoloration, surface pitting, and/or corrosion of the lamp connections indicate a thermal overload. Components exhibiting these conditions must be cleaned or
replaced.
LAMP REMOVAL:
Turn off power to the lamp and allow lamp to cool (forced) for a minimum of 15 minutes prior to shutting main fixture power and opening fixture. Do not remove
lamp until it has cooled.
LAMP TRANSPORTATION:
1. All Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps should be transported ONLY in their original packaging.
2. Transportation in non-original packaging can result in damage to the lamp thus voiding the warranty.
3. U.S. Federal regulations require mercury-containing lamps to be shipped ONLY in DOT-compliant packaging. Original OSRAM packaging is DOT-compliant.
MERCURY FILL OF SUPER HIGH PRESSURE MERCURY VIP LAMPS:
Mercury is referred to by its chemical symbol, Hg, which is derived from the Greek and Latin "hydrargyrum," a silvery, shiny liquid metal at room temperature. In
humid air it is covered with a gray oxide skin. Of all metals it has the highest vapor pressure which increases exponentially with rising temperatures. For this reason, mercury is volatile at room temperature. The colorless and odorless vapors produced are poisonous and heavier than air.
The inhalation (respiration) of mercury or mercury compounds as vapor or dust may lead to the damage of lungs, kidneys, and the nervous system. Apart from
inhalation, mercury can be transmitted through the skin (penetration) or through the gastro-intestinal tract (ingestion), which is also harmful.
Threshold Limit Values (TLVs) are not fine lines between safe and dangerous concentrations but are guidelines to assist in the control of health hazards. They represent the maximum exposure to substances, both short-term and long-term, that a person may experience without resulting in health-related problems.
Therefore, the TLV for mercury should never be exceeded.
Analytical detection of mercury vapor is possible by means of gas/vapor detector tubes (rough measurement) or air-monitors that absorb mercury vapor.
OSRAM Super High Pressure Mercury VIP lamps have the following mercury contents:
Power level
100-200W
Maximum Mercury content (mg)
12
PROPERTIES OF MERCURY:
• Chemical symbol:
• Atomic number:
• Molecular Weight:
• Density:
• Melting Point:
• Boiling Point:
• Vapor pressure:
Hg
80
200.59
13.6 g/cm3 @ 20°C / 68°F
-39°C / -38.2°F
357°C / 674°F
160 Pa @ 20°C / 68°F
370 Pa @ 30°C / 86°F
823 Pa @ 40°C / 104°F
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• Concentration in air:
13.6 mg/m3 @ 20°C / 68°F
29.6 mg/m3 @ 30°C / 86°F
62.7 mg/m3 @ 40°C / 104°F
• CAS Registry Number: 7439-97-6
• RCRA waste number: U151
• Other Names:
Hydrargyrum, Colloidal mercury, Kwik, Mercure, Mercurio, Metallic mercury, Quecksilber, Quick silver, Liquid Silver
LAMP DISPOSAL:
1. Disposal of spent lamps must be in accordance with applicable federal, state/provincial, and local regulations. Some U.S. states differ in their disposal requirements for lamps containing mercury.
2. Lamp users in North America may obtain specific state or province information concerning disposal regulations, toll free, by calling 1-866-666-6850.
3. OSRAM SYLVANIA INC. cannot advise lamp users as to general or specific disposal regulations for federal, state/provincial, and/or local municipalities.
Hg
Lamp Contains Mercury
Manage in accordance with disposal laws
See www.lamprecycle.org or 1-866-666-6850
WARNING
XBO® HIGH PRESSURE XENON LAMPS
WARNING:
In accordance with ANSI/IESNA Standard RP-27, this XBO bulb is a Risk Group 3 product.
Read and understand this warning before using this bulb!
XBO lamps are at high internal pressure when cold (up to 35 bar or approximately 525 psi) and at operating temperature (up to 80 bar or approximately 1200 psi
at bulb wall temperatures of 600°C to 800°C). Therefore, XBO lamps may unexpectedly rupture resulting in the discharge of hot fragments of quartz and/or glass
and metal. In the event of such a rupture, there is a risk of personal injury, burns and fire. Only handle lamps with their protective covers in place. Do not handle lamps without their protective covers unless government-approved (OSHA-approved in the U.S.A.) safety glasses, facemask (with neck protector), chest protector, and gauntlets are worn.
RUPTURE & RADIATION (UV-VISIBLE-IR) HAZARDS:
1. Intense ultraviolet (UV), visible, and infrared (IR) radiation is also generated during operation. This radiation can cause permanent damage to the eyes (including
blindness) and serious injury to the skin (including burns and blistering). Some operating lamps also generate ozone (O3). Others, designated "OFR," are constructed of materials that prevent the generation of ozone. See the "Ozone Generation" section below.
2. To avoid eye damage, other personal injury and/or property damage, the lamp MUST be operated in a suitable fixture. A suitable fixture is one that will prevent the
arc from being viewed directly while operating. It is ventilated to the outside for those lamps that produce ozone and, in the event of a rupture, will prevent hot
(up to 800°C), flying fragments of quartz and/or glass or metal from escaping into the surrounding area.
3. To minimize the risk of a lamp rupture, the lamp must be replaced at or before the end of rated life (see catalog for rated life) or when the lamp shows signs of
advanced blackening or quartz devitrification (recrystalization, a white, frosted appearance).
4. XBO lamps are constructed of quartz glass, tungsten electrodes and either tungsten support rods or molybdenum foils. High wattage XBO lamps used for cinema
film projection have nickel-plated end caps (bases). Reflectorized XBO lamps have a dichroic-coated borosilicate glass reflector.
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INSTALLATION:
1. Do not use if lamp is scratched, cracked, or damaged in any way.
2. To prevent electric shock, shut off main power to the fixture before attempting to service or replace lamp.
3. To avoid damaging the quartz and causing premature lamp failure, do not handle lamp with bare hands.
4. Handle lamp ONLY with suitable, clean, safety gloves. See special handling instructions for using government-approved personal protective safety equipment with
high-pressure lamps.
5. If the quartz parts (or the reflector for reflectorized lamps) are inadvertently touched, clean fingerprints off with denatured alcohol and wipe dry with a soft, clean,
lint-free cloth. Do not use cleaning rags or material that can leave a residue.
6. To prevent skin burns, allow lamp to cool before handling.
7. To avoid breakage, mounting of the lamp must be free of mechanical stress during installation and during operation by allowing for thermal expansion along its
axis. For this reason, XBO lamps should be fixed at one end only and the electrical connection on the other end must be flexible enough to avoid stressing the
lamp.
8. XBO lamps should not be subjected to force/stress during installation.
9. Handle lamp only with protective safety cover in place. When installing lamp, remove safety cover only AFTER fully securing lamp in lamphouse/fixture and immediately preceding the replacement of equipment covers or closing of lamphouse door.
10. Replace all fixture covers and shields after replacing lamp to prevent eye damage, other personal injury, and/or property damage.
11. Use only in instruments/equipment specifying this lamp type.
12. Make sure lamp is properly installed into socket/connector to obtain good electrical and thermal contact and avoid damaging lamp and/or socket/connector.
Electrical connections should be free from dirt and corrosion.
13. Socket/connector condition may affect lamp life. Replace socket/connector or lamp if deterioration (pitting, scorching, corrosion, etc.) of either is observed.
14. All XBO lamps are designed for DC operation. Make sure that the polarity is correct before turning power on. Incorrect polarity can destroy the lamp in a matter
of seconds. Operate with compatible power supply and fixture only.
15. For best performance, operate this XBO lamp at rated current. Note: some low wattage XBO lamps may not be operated above their specified rated wattage. See
catalog for details.
16. For those XBO lamps that have a current control range, the current may be increased to its maximum value to compensate for loss of light over the life of the
lamp. Operating the lamp at minimum current does not prolong the life of the lamp. The DC current may only be varied within specified control limits for the
selected type. (See catalog for these limits for your specific lamp type.)
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XBO® HIGH PRESSURE XENON LAMPS (continued)
17. When installing bare lamps that have an included flat washer, slip the washer over the threaded pin on the cathode (- negative) side. Removal of this flat washer
(after half the average life) will allow a rotation of the lamp by 180° resulting in better output maintenance over life for horizontally operated lamps. This should be
done only if darkening is evident in the upper part of the bulb. In instances where bare lamp cathode bases are provided with two metal pins, they may be
engaged with the two slots on the protective cover to screw the cathode end of the lamp into its socket.
LAMP REMOVAL:
1. Turn off power to the lamp and allow it to cool (forced or convection) for a minimum of 15 minutes prior to shutting main fixture power and opening fixture.
Do not remove lamp until it has cooled. After the lamp has cooled, place the protective cover around it and reverse the procedure described above. See special
handling instructions for using government-approved safety equipment with high-pressure lamps.
2. Lamp should be placed in the original OSRAM SYLVANIA packaging for temporary storage until disposal and/or transportation to a disposal location. See
"Lamp Disposal" section below for transportation and spent lamp disposal information.
OPERATING POSITION:
1. XBO bare lamps are designed to operate vertically. Of those, some (having an "H" in their designation) may also be operated in the horizontal position as well. For
vertically operated lamps, the anode (+ positive) electrode must be on the top. See catalog for operating position and permissible deviation for your specific type.
2. Some horizontally operated lamps require magnetic arc stabilization. Check the catalog for your specific lamp type.
3. XBO reflector lamps are designed to operate with lamp/reflector axis within 15° of the horizontal position.
LAMP COOLING:
1. Discoloration, surface pitting, and/or corrosion of the lamp indicates a thermal overload. Components exhibiting these conditions must be cleaned or replaced.
2. If forced-air cooling is used, care must be taken to direct airflow at the lamp bases only. Striking the lamp elsewhere with the airflow will result in poor lamp performance or premature failure.
3. To prevent premature failure, the following cooling instructions must be followed:
Bare lamps - Bases must be kept below 230˚C (445˚F) during operation. If convection cooling is insufficient and additional cooling is required, forced air-cooling
may be used. If forced air is used, care must be taken to direct airflow at bases only, since striking elsewhere on the lamp with the airflow will result in poor lamp
performance or premature failure. See catalog for your specific lamp type to learn whether forced air-cooling is required.
Reflector lamps - To avoid damaging the reflector coating, do not allow the outer reflector surface to exceed the maximum temperature of 250°C (480˚F).
[Optimum temperature: 175-200°C (345-390˚F)] To prevent premature failure, the lamp ends must not exceed the maximum temperature of 350°C (660˚F).
[Optimum temperature: 200-250°C (385-480˚F)] Forced air-cooling is therefore required and the air flow must be directed perpendicular to the lamp/reflector axis,
through the slots in the openings of both ceramics. See catalog for diagram.
OZONE GENERATION:
An electrical discharge in xenon gas generates radiant energy ranging from approximately 140 nm in the UV region to far into the infrared region. Xenon lamps
are made of quartz glass. The quartz glass allows for the transmission of short UV wavelengths starting from approximately 140 nm, depending on the quartz
type. Ozone gas (O3) is generated by the conversion of oxygen (O2) in the air by UV energy in the range of approximately 110-200 nm. Ozone is extremely toxic
and will cause serious health problems if inhaled in excess of allowable limits over a prolonged period of time. For more information on allowable limits, please
refer to the ACGIH (American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists) publication, "TLVs and BEIs" (Threshold Limit Values and Biological Exposure
Indices). Ozone production can be suppressed in xenon discharge lamps by adding materials to the quartz glass that block short-wave UV transmission.
QUARTZ GLASS DESIGN OPTIONS:
OSRAM XBO® xenon lamps are offered in three quartz glass designs. They are:
1. OSRAM XBO W/4: These lamps are fabricated from synthetic Suprasil quartz glass. Suprasil quartz is low in impurities and provides for maximum short-wave UV
transmission and consequently allows for the production of ozone. These lamps should always be used with external ventilation with no possible direct exposure
to humans. Under no circumstances may the applicable maximum allowable workplace concentration of ozone be exceeded for any OSRAM xenon XBO lamps.
2. OSRAM XBO: These lamps use standard quartz glass and will also emit UV radiation that produces ozone. These lamps, like the W/4 types, must always be
externally ventilated. With these types of lamps, health risks must always be minimized by suitably extracting the air from the lamp housing and externally venting it.
3. OSRAM XBO OFR: These lamps are designated "Ozone-Free" and are characterized by the letters "OFR" in the order description. OSRAM XBO OFR type lamps
have their quartz glass transparently coated to effectively suppress radiation below approximately 250 nm, resulting in the elimination of ozone production during
operation.
LAMP DISPOSAL:
1. There is a risk that a lamp could rupture because of its high internal pressure (both hot and at room temperature). A lamp rupture could result in personal injury
or property damage from flying fragments of glass and/or metal. Therefore, spent (end-of-life) lamps should ALWAYS be stored in the protective covers and packaging in which they originally came, and ultimately depressurized before release for disposal. The following is one example of a depressurizing method for XBO
lamps prior to disposal, but it may not be the most suitable or appropriate method depending on the circumstance:
• The operator must wear government-approved (OSHA-approved in the U.S.A.) safety glasses, facemask (with neck protector), chest protector, and
gauntlets during this entire procedure.
• With protective lamp covers in place, place lamps1 into steel drum2 and lock down cover with bolt ring and bolt.
• Drop drum onto solid surface (concrete floor) from at least five feet. Increase height as needed to ensure all lamps are depressurized.
• Wait for dust to settle (about 5 minutes) before opening drum. Loosen bolt and allow gas to escape before complete removal of cover.
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The lamps should not exceed the half-full point in the drums. Adjust the maximum number of lamps accordingly.
8, 20, or 30-gallon drums, depending on quantity of lamps to be de-pressurized, are available. Drums of 20-gauge steel are recommended and are available from many
safety supply companies.
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2. Disposal of spent lamps must be in accordance with applicable federal, state/provincial, and local regulations. State laws differ in their disposal requirements.
3. Lamp users in North America may obtain specific state or province information concerning disposal regulations, toll free, by calling 1-866-666-6850.
4. OSRAM SYLVANIA Products Inc. cannot advise lamp users as to general or specific disposal regulations for federal, state/provincial, and/or local municipalities.
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WARNING:
In accordance with ANSI/IESNA Standard RP-27, this HBO bulb is a Risk Group 3 product.
Read and understand this warning before using this bulb!
RUPTURE & RADIATION (UV- VISIBLE) HAZARD:
1. The discharge vessel of HBO lamps is constructed of quartz glass that is filled with a quantity of mercury and either Argon or Xenon gas. Most HBO lamps are not
at positive pressure when cold (not operating, at room temperature). However, there are several HBO lamps that DO have a positive internal pressure of upto
approximately 8 bar (or approximately 120 psi) in the cold (room temperature) state. The printing of the following bold warning statement on individual packages
identifies them as positive-pressure lamps.
WARNING
RISK OF LAMP RUPTURING. TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING WHEN HANDLING THESE
LAMPS. Never handle these lamps unless government-approved (OSHA-approved in the U.S.A.) safety glasses, facemask (with neck protector), chest
protector, and gauntlets are worn.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
These positive-pressure lamps may unexpectedly rupture resulting in the discharge of quartz and/or metal fragments as well as exposing the surrounding area to
mercury. In the event of such a rupture, there is a risk of personal injury or property damage. Therefore these positive-pressure lamps should be handled in
accordance with these safety instructions.
All HBO lamps have high internal pressures (400 - 1100 psi or 30 to 75 bar) during operation and may unexpectedly rupture resulting in the discharge of hot fragments (approximately 800°C / 1472°F) of quartz and/or metal particles, as well as the release of mercury/mercury vapor. In the event of such a rupture, there is a
risk of personal injury, burns, and fire.
All HBO lamps generate intense ultraviolet (UV) and visible radiation during operation. This radiation can cause permanent damage to the eyes (including blindness) and serious injury to the skin (including burns and blistering). To avoid eye damage, other personal injury, and/or property damage, the lamp MUST be
operated in a suitable fixture.
A suitable fixture is one that will prevent the arc from being viewed directly while operating, and in the event of a lamp rupture, will prevent hot (up to 800°C /
1472°F), flying fragments of quartz and/or metal from escaping into the area.
Fixtures for lamps that produce ozone during operation should be ventilated and filtered to the outside for ozone removal.
To minimize the risk of a lamp rupture, replace the lamp at or before the end of rated life (see OSRAM SYLVANIA product catalog for rated life) or when the lamp
shows signs of blackening.
BROKEN LAMPS (MERCURY VAPOR RELEASE AND DISPOSAL):
1. In the event of a lamp rupturing during operation, all personnel should leave the area immediately to avoid the inhalation of mercury vapor. The area should then
be thoroughly ventilated for a minimum of 30 minutes or until the mercury vapor in the area is below the ACGIH TLV (American Conference of Governmental
Industrial Hygienists Threshold Limit Value). Inhaling vapor or small particles of mercury or its compounds can be harmful to lungs, kidneys, and nervous system.
Penetration of the skin or ingestion can also be harmful.
2. To avoid mercury vapor getting into air conditioning systems, instruments/equipment using lamps of 350 watts or greater should be connected to separate air
exhaust systems through mercury vapor-absorbing filters. When the lamp housing has cooled, mercury residue may be picked up with special mercury adsorptive agents or a mercury vacuum cleaner (available from laboratory safety equipment suppliers) and disposed of in accordance with local, state, and federal
regulations. There should be no direct skin contact with and/or inhalation of mercury residues that may be residing in lamp housing, optics or lamp parts.
If a cold (room temperature) lamp is broken, proceed with clean-up and disposal as indicated above (in the bold, italicized statement).
GENERAL SAFETY & INSTALLATION TIPS
INSTALLATION:
1. Do not use if lamp is scratched, cracked, or damaged in any way.
2. To prevent electric shock, shut off main power to the fixture before attempting to service or replace lamp.
3. To avoid damaging the quartz and causing premature lamp failure, do not handle lamp with bare hands.
4. Only handle lamp with suitable, clean safety gloves. See special, bolded warning for using government-approved safety equipment when handling positive-pressure lamps.
5. If the quartz parts are inadvertently touched, clean fingerprints off with denatured alcohol and wipe dry with a soft, clean, lint-free cloth. Do not use cleaning rags
or material that can leave a residue.
6. To prevent skin burns, allow lamp to cool before handling.
7. To avoid breakage, mounting of the lamp must be free of mechanical stress during installation and during operation by allowing for thermal expansion along its
axis. For this reason, HBO lamps should be fixed at one end only and the electrical connection on the other end must be flexible enough to avoid stressing the
lamp.
8. HBO lamps should not be subjected to force/stress during installation.
9. Replace all fixture covers and shields after replacing lamp to prevent eye damage, other personal injury, or property damage.
10. Use only in instruments/equipment specifying this light source.
11. Make sure lamp is properly installed into socket/connector to obtain good electrical and thermal contact and avoid damaging lamp and/or socket/connector.
Electrical connections should be free from dirt and corrosion.
12. Socket/connector condition may affect lamp life. Replace socket/connector or lamp if deterioration (pitting, scorching, corrosion, etc.) of either is observed.
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OPERATION:
1. Some HBO lamps are designed for operation on only AC or only DC while some are designed for operation on either AC or DC.
2. Note: all HBO lamps with power consumption of 350 W and higher are only suited for DC operation. Make sure that the polarity is correct before turning power on.
Incorrect polarity can destroy the lamp in a matter of seconds.
3. Operate with compatible power supply and fixture only.
4. To ensure that AC-suited lamps operate at correct power during AC operation, connections on the ballast/choke in the power supply should be made to the voltage
taps that are marked the same as the marking on the lamp base (L1 or L2). Some power supplies are equipped with a switch (or taps) for selecting L1 or L2. For
correct and safe lamp operation, use only those ballasts/power supplies that have been approved or meet minimum requirements as specified by OSRAM. See
your OSRAM dealer for list of approved equipment.
5. HBO lamps need 5 to 20 minutes (depending on lamp type and cooling conditions) before they reach their operating temperatures. To ensure proper ignition on
subsequent start-up, lamps should not be switched off during the warm-up period.
6. The average service life of high wattage HBO lamps (≥350 watts) is determined by their ON/OFF duty cycle. These lamps have been designed for a limited amount
of ignitions only (less than 10). Lamp performance is reduced with increased duty cycle.
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HBO® HIGH PRESSURE MERCURY LAMPS (continued)
OPERATING POSITION:
HBO lamps may only be operated in the operating positions described in the OSRAM SYLVANIA product catalog.
Some HBO lamps are designed to operate horizontally (mainly low wattage types in the power range of 50 to 200 W) and others, vertically (all lamp types withpower consumption of 350 W and higher). Greater arc stability is obtained in vertically operating lamps when they are operated as close to vertical as possible.
See catalog for permissible operating positions and electrode positions.
OZONE GENERATION:
During operation, HBO lamps produce a spectrum that ranges from about 150 nm in the ultraviolet region to the infrared region.
If the quartz glass bulb is transparent in the ultraviolet region between 180 and 220 nm, this short-wave radiation will convert a small quantity of atmospheric oxygen (O2) surrounding the lamp into ozone (O3). Moreover, the oxygen molecules will link together with the nitrogen (N2) in the air, creating nitrogen oxides
(NOx). (Some believe that the smell attributed to ozone is in actuality from the nitrogen oxides.)
Ozone gas is toxic when inhaled in high concentrations over long periods of time. Ozone levels can be measured and monitored with commercial measuring
equipment. Always keep ozone levels below the applicable TLV (threshold limit value).
The production of ozone and nitrogen oxide can be suppressed by using doped quartz glass, which absorbs the ozone-producing ultraviolet radiation. The quartz
glass used in high wattage i-line (365nm) enhanced HBO lamps only transmits wavelengths above 250 nm, which provides effective, ozone-free lamps. Please be
advised that the OSRAM HBO 4000 W/PL lamp is designed to generate UV wavelengths below 250nm. Consequently, this lamp will generate ozone in operation
and should be externally ventilated.
An "ozone smell" (or smell of nitrogen oxide) may be detected shortly after ignition. There are two probable causes for this condition. O3 and NOx production is
caused by the (short-duration) radiation of the spark gap used for lamp ignition. Or, the cold condition of the quartz glass bulb has slightly shifted its UV-absorption characteristics thus permitting a small amount of radiation in the very short-wave ultraviolet range to be emitted by the bulb. Typically, after the lamp has run
up to its operating temperature range, virtually no ozone is produced by the lamp, as a rule, due to the quartz glass absorption and the self-absorption of the plasma.
LAMP COOLING:
1. To prevent premature failure, lamp base temperatures must be kept below 230˚C (446˚F) for 50 to 350 watt lamps and below 200˚C (392˚F) for all lamps with
power consumption of more than 350 watts.
2. Discoloration, surface pitting, and/or corrosion of the lamp connections indicates a thermal overload. Components exhibiting these conditions must be cleaned or
replaced.
3. If convection cooling is insufficient and additional cooling is required, cooling fins may be applied to the bases and/or forced air may be used.
4. If forced air is used, care must be taken to direct airflow at the bases only. Striking elsewhere on the lamp with the airflow will result in poor lamp performance or
premature failure.
LAMP REMOVAL:
Turn off power to the lamp and allow lamp to cool (forced or convection) for a minimum of 30 minutes prior to shutting main fixture power and opening fixture.
Do not remove lamp until it has cooled. See special, bolded warning for using government-approved safety equipment when handling positive-pressure lamps.
Lamps should be placed in their original OSRAM SYLVANIA packaging for temporary storage until disposal and/or transportation to a disposal location. See
"Lamp Transportation" and "Lamp Disposal" sections below for relevant information.
LAMP TRANSPORTATION:
1. All HBO lamps should be transported ONLY in their original packaging.
2. Transportation in non-original packaging can damage the lamp and void warranty.
3. U.S. Federal regulations require mercury-containing lamps to be shipped ONLY in DOT-compliant packaging. Original OSRAM packaging is DOT-compliant.
4. When transporting positive-pressure lamps, the bolded warning found in the "Rupture & Radiation Hazard" section MUST be placed on outside surface of the shipping carton and the warning instructions must also be placed inside the shipping packaging.
MERCURY FILL OF HBO LAMPS:
Mercury is referred to by its chemical symbol, Hg, which is derived from the Greek and Latin "hydrargyrum," a silvery shiny liquid metal at room temperature. In
humid air it is covered with a gray oxide skin. Of all metals it has the highest vapor pressure which increases exponentially with rising temperatures. For this reason, mercury is volatile at room temperature. The colorless and odorless vapors produced are poisonous and heavier than air.
The inhalation (respiration) of mercury or mercury compounds as vapor or dust will lead to the damage of lungs, kidneys, and the nervous system. Apart from
inhalation, mercury can be transmitted through the skin (penetration) or through the gastro-intestinal tract (ingestion), which is also harmful.
The ACGIH threshold limit values (TLVs) are merely guidelines to assist in the control of health hazards. The ACGIH says that the TLVs refer to airborne concentrations of substances and represent conditions under which it is believed that nearly all workers may be repeatedly exposed day after day without adverse health
effects. Therefore, the TLV for mercury should never be exceeded.
Analytical detection of mercury vapor is possible by means of gas/vapor detector tubes (rough measurement) or air-monitors that absorb mercury vapor.
OSRAM HBO® lamps have the following mercury contents:
Power level
Maximum Mercury content (mg)
50 - 200 W
110
350 W
300
500 W
500
1,000 W
600
1,500 W
800
2,000 - 2,500 W
5,000
3,500 W and higher
12,000
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HBO® HIGH PRESSURE MERCURY LAMPS (continued)
PROPERTIES OF MERCURY:
• Chemical symbol:
• Atomic number:
• Molecular Weight:
• Density:
• Melting Point:
• Boiling Point:
• Vapor pressure:
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Concentration in air:
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CAS Registry Number:
RCRA waste number:
Other Names:
Hg
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200.59
13.6 g/cm3 @ 20°C / 68°F
-39°C / -38.2°F
357°C / 674°F
160 Pa @ 20°C / 68°F
370 Pa @ 30°C / 86°F
823 Pa @ 40°C / 104°F
13.6 mg/m3 @ 20°C / 68°F
29.6 mg/m3 @ 30°C / 86°F
62.7 mg/m3 @ 40°C / 104°F
7439-97-6
U151
Hydrargyrum, Colloidal mercury, Kwik, Mercure, Mercurio, Metallic mercury, Quecksilber, Quick silver, Liquid Silver
LAMP DISPOSAL:
1. Disposal of spent lamps must be in accordance with applicable federal, state/provincial, and local regulations. State laws differ in their disposal requirements for
lamps containing mercury.
2. Lamp users in North America may obtain specific state or province information concerning disposal regulations, toll free, by calling 1-866-666-6850.
Hg
Lamp Contains Mercury
Manage in accordance with disposal laws
See www.lamprecycle.org or 1-866-666-6850
3. OSRAM SYLVANIA Products Inc. cannot advise lamp users as to general or specific disposal regulations for federal, state/provincial, and/or local municipalities.
Special disposal note for cold, positive-pressure lamps (see "RUPTURE & RADIATION HAZARD" section for applicable lamps)
There is a risk that these lamps could rupture because of their high internal pressure when hot (during operation) and when cold (at room temperature when not
operating). A lamp rupture could result in personal injury or property damage from flying fragments of quartz and/or metal. Therefore, spent (end-of-life) lamps
should ALWAYS be stored in the packaging in which they originally came.
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Lamp Disposal Labeling
The following information appears on the packages and/or stuffer of mercury-containing Photo-Optic lamps. For more information
on lamp disposal labeling, see the inside back cover of this catalog.
Hg
Lamp Contains Mercury
Manage in accordance with disposal laws
See www.lamprecycle.org or 1-866-666-6850
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Index by Ordering
Abbreviation
Type
Page
1000Q/T6/RTPFS . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
1000T3Q/IR 230-250V . . . . . . . .179
1000T6QRTP/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
1000TQ/RTP/CR/BULK . . . . . . . .179
120/T4/SPECIAL . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
1200T3Q/IR/CL/HT 144V . . . . . .179
1500Q/T6/RTPGS . . . . . . . . . . . .179
1600T3Q/IR 240V . . . . . . . . . . . .179
1600T3Q/IR 277V . . . . . . . . . . . .179
1600T3Q/IR/7 240V . . . . . . . . . .179
220T4Q/2PPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
235T4Q/2PPF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
2500T3Q/IR 480V . . . . . . . . . . . .179
2500T3Q/IR/7 480V . . . . . . . . . .179
350PAR56/SP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
3650T3Q/IR/CL 480V . . . . . . . . .179
3800T3Q/IR 570V . . . . . . . . . . . .179
4515 PAR36 30W . . . . . . . . . . . .178
4551 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
4557 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
4559 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
500T3Q/IR 120V . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
500T3Q/IR/7 120V . . . . . . . . . . .179
5557 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/100T4/64341/HLX . . . . . . .180
6.6A/100T4/64341Z/HLX . . . . . .180
6.6A/100T4/64342/HLX . . . . . . .180
6.6A/105MR16/64339A . . . . . . .180
6.6A/105MR16/64339B . . . . . . .180
6.6A/105MR16/64339C . . . . . . .180
6.6A/115T4Q/58798/2PPF/EVV
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/115T4Q/DCR/DL . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/150T4/64361/HLX . . . . . . .180
6.6A/150T4Q/64354/EWR/DL . .180
6.6A/150T4Q/64361Z/HLX . . . . .180
6.6A/175T4Q/58799/2PPF/DL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/200PAR64/2 . . . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/200PAR64Q/2P . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/200T4/64382/HLX . . . . . . .180
6.6A/200T4/64382A/HLX . . . . . .180
6.6A/200T4Q/2PPF/58750/EZL/DL
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/200T4Q/64386 . . . . . . . . . .181
6.6A/200T4Q/CL/DCR/DL . . . . . .181
6.6A/200T5/CL/64380 . . . . . . . . .181
6.6A/204T14/2P . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181
6.6A/30MR16/64331A/SP . . . . .180
6.6A/30MR16/64331AC/FL . . . .180
6.6A/30T10/1P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/30T3.5/64322/EXL/DL . . . .180
6.6A/40MR11/64333B . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/45MR16/64337A45-15 . . .180
6.6A/45MR16/64337B45-15 . . .180
6.6A/45T10/P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/45T3.5/64320/EXM . . . . . .180
6.6A/45T3.5Q/64321 . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/45T3/CL/64315 . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/45T4/64319 FEMALE . . . . .180
6.6A/45T4/64319Z . . . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/45T4/CL/64317 . . . . . . . . . .180
6.6A/48MR16/64337A48-15 . . .180
6.6A/48MR16/64338AC . . . . . . .180
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6.6A/65T4/64328Z/HLX . . . . . . .180
60T4QCL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
62138 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64223 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64251 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64255 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64258 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64261 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64265 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64275 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64501 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
64514 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
64515 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
64516/300T6/CL . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
64573 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
64575 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
64602 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64611 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64614 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
64617 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64617S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64621 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . .175, 179
64624 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64635 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64637 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64638 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64650 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64654 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64664 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
64665 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
70313 (390158) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
70314 (390153) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
70335 BULK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
750/120/T5/RTP . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
8013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
8017 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
8018 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
8025 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
8029 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
8100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
85T3/RM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
91645 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BAA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BBA 118V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BCM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BHC/DYS/DYV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BHC/DYS/DYV/X . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BHC/DYS/DYV-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BRJ/EVB 64633 HLX . . . . . . . . .172
BRL 64610 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BRL 64610 HLX BULK . . . . . . . .172
BRN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BTL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BTM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BTN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BTR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BVA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BVM 64540 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BVT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BVV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BVW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
CAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
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CBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
CXZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
CYV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
CYX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DDK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DDL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DEK/DFW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DNE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DNF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DNS/FMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DNT/FMD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DPY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DTA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DVY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DWE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DWT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DXW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DYH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EBV 118V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
ECA 120V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
ECT 120V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFM 64607 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFN 64615 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFP 64627 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFP/X 64629 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFR 64634 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFR-5/X 64620 HLX . . . . . . . . . .172
EFX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EGT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EGW 64535 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EHC/EHB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHE 64626 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EHF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHJ 64655 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EHP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EJA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EJG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EJL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EJM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EJV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EKB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EKE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EKE/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EKP/ENA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC 64653 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC-3/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC-7/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC-7/X BULK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC-HL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
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ELD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EMG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EMM/EKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENH-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENX-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENX-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPS/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EPZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ERK BULK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ERM BULK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ESA/FHD 64225 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ESB 64250 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ETJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EVA 64623 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EVC 64657 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EVD 64663 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EVD 64663 HLX BULK . . . . . . . .174
EVW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EXC/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXC/240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXD/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXD/240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXE/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXE/240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
EXG/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
EXR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EXR BULK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EXW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EXY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EYB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EYB-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EYB-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FBV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FCM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FCR 64625 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FCS 64640 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FCS 64640 HLX BULK . . . . . . . .174
FDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FDB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FDN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FDS/DZE 64643 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FDT 64628 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FDV 64642 HLX . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEP/220 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEP/240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEX/230 64781 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
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FEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FFJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FFM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FFN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FFP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FFR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FFS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FHM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FHS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FKT/EYH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FKW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FLK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FLT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FMR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FNS 64512 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FNT 64656PT HLX . . . . . . . . . . .174
FNT 64656PT HLX BULK . . . . . .175
FRG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FRK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FRN 2000T8Q . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FSG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
FSH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FSX/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
FSY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
FTK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FVL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FVM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FXL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
FXL-HL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
GCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
GCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
GCC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
GCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
GKV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
GLA 575/115/2000 . . . . . . . . . . .178
GLC 575/115/300 . . . . . . . . . . . .178
GLF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
HBO 100 W/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204
HBO 1000 W/CEL . . . . . . . . . . . .209
HBO 1000 W/D . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
HBO 1000 W/G . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209
HBO 1000 W/NEL . . . . . . . . . . . .209
HBO 1002 W/CEL . . . . . . . . . . . .209
HBO 1002 W/NEL . . . . . . . . . . . .210
HBO 1002 W/NIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
HBO 1003 W/PI . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
HBO 1003 W/PIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
HBO 103 W/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
HBO 1500 W/CI . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
HBO 1500 W/CIEL . . . . . . . . . . . .211
HBO 1500 W/CIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
HBO 1500 W/PI . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
HBO 1500 W/PIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
HBO 200 W/2 L1 . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
HBO 200 W/2 L2 . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
HBO 200 W/2 TM L1 . . . . . . . . .206
HBO 200 W/2 TM L2 . . . . . . . . .206
HBO 200 W/4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206
HBO 200 W/DC . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206
HBO 2000 W/NIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .212
HBO 2001 W/CIEL . . . . . . . . . . . .212
HBO 2001 W/CIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .213
HBO 2001 W/NIEL . . . . . . . . . . .212
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H
O
T
O
O
P
T
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C
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N
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E
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Abbreviation (cont.)
P
H
O
T
O
O
P
T
I
C
I
N
D
E
X
Type
Page
HBO 2001 W/NIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .212
HBO 2002 W/MA . . . . . . . . . . . . .213
HBO 2002 W/NIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .212
HBO 201 W/HS-D2 . . . . . . . . . . .207
HBO 2011 W/NIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .213
HBO 202 W/4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207
HBO 250 W/BY . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
HBO 250 W/HS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207
HBO 2500 W/PIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .213
HBO 2501 W/NIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .214
HBO 2510 W/NIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .214
HBO 2700 W/CIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .214
HBO 350 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
HBO 350 W/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
HBO 3500 W/PI . . . . . . . . . . . . . .214
HBO 3500 W/PIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
HBO 3501 W/PI . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
HBO 3501 W/PIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
HBO 450 W/GS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
HBO 4500 W/CIL . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
HBO 50 W AC L1 . . . . . . . . . . . . .204
HBO 50 W AC L2 . . . . . . . . . . . . .204
HBO 50 W/3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204
HBO 500 W/A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
HBO 500 W/B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209
HBO 5500 W/PI . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
HBO R 103 W/45 . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
HMI 1200 W/GS . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 1200 W/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 1200 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI 12000 W/GS . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 12000 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI 123 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI 18000 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 200 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 200 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI 250 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI 2500 W/GS . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 2500 W/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 2500 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI 400 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI 4000 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 4000 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI 575 W/GS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 575 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI 6000 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMI 6000 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMP 400 DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
HMP 575 DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
HMP 575 SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
HPL375/115 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL375/115/X (UCF) . . . . . . . . .178
HPL550/64 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL550/77 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL550/77/X (UCF) . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL575/100 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL575/115 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL575/115/X (UCF) . . . . . . . . .178
HPL575/120 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL575/120/X (UCF) . . . . . . . . .178
HPL575/230 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL575/240 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL750/115 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL750/115/X (UCF) . . . . . . . . .178
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HPL750/120 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL750/120/X (UCF) . . . . . . . . .178
HPL750/230 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL750/240 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPL750/77 (UCF) . . . . . . . . . . . .178
HPR 575/115 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
HSD 150/70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
HSD 200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
HSD 250/60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
HSD 250/78 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
HSD 575/72 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
HSR 1200/60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
HSR 400/60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
HSR 575/60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
HSR 575/72 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
HSR 700/60 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
HTI 1200 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
HTI 150 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
HTI 152 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
HTI 250 W/22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 250 W/32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 250 W/32C . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 250 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
HTI 2500 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
HTI 300 W/DEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 300 W/DX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 400 W/24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 400 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
HTI 4000 W/DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 403 W/24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 404 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
HTI 405 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
HTI 600 W/D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 600 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
HTI 700 W/DE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI 705 W/SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
HTI S 35/12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
Na 10 FL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
Q4559 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
Q4559X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
Q4681 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
STUDIOLINE 55W/3200 . . . . . . .178
STUDIOLINE 55W/5600 . . . . . . .178
VIP R 273/45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190
VIP S 170/13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190
XBO 100 W OFR . . . . . . . . . . . . .191
XBO 1000 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . .196
XBO 1000 W/HSC OFR . . . . . . . .196
XBO 1000 W/HTP OFR . . . . . . . .197
XBO 10000 W/C OFR . . . . . . . . .203
XBO 10000 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . .203
XBO 150 W/1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192
XBO 150 W/1 OFR . . . . . . . . . . .192
XBO 150 W/4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192
XBO 150 W/CR OFR . . . . . . . . . .193
XBO 150 W/S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193
XBO 1600 W OFR . . . . . . . . . . . .197
XBO 1600 W/CA OFR . . . . . . . . .197
XBO 1600 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . .197
XBO 1600 W/HSC OFR . . . . . . . .197
XBO 2000 W/H OFR . . . . . . . . . .198
XBO 2000 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . .198
XBO 2000 W/HTP OFR . . . . . . . .198
XBO 2000 W/SHSC OFR . . . . . .198
XBO 2001 W/HTP OFR . . . . . . . .198
XBO 250 W OFR . . . . . . . . . . . . .194
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XBO 2500 W OFR . . . . . . . . . . . .199
XBO 2500 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . .199
XBO 3000 W/H OFR . . . . . . . . . .199
XBO 3000 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . .199
XBO 3000 W/HTP OFR . . . . . . . .199
XBO 4000 W OFR . . . . . . . . . . . .200
XBO 4000 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . .200
XBO 4000 W/HTP OFR . . . . . . . .200
XBO 4200 W/CA OFR . . . . . . . . .200
XBO 4200 W/GS OFR . . . . . . . . .200
XBO 450 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194
XBO 450 W OFR . . . . . . . . . . . . .195
XBO 450 W/1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195
XBO 450 W/2 OFR . . . . . . . . . . .195
XBO 450 W/4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195
XBO 4500 W/HS . . . . . . . . . . . . .201
XBO 4500 W/HTP . . . . . . . . . . . .201
XBO 500 W/H OFR . . . . . . . . . . .196
XBO 5000 W/H OFR . . . . . . . . . .201
XBO 5000 W/HTP OFR . . . . . . . .201
XBO 6000 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . .202
XBO 6000 W/HTP OFR . . . . . . . .202
XBO 6500 W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .202
XBO 700 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . . .196
XBO 7000 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . .202
XBO 7000 W/HSH OFR . . . . . . .203
XBO 75 W/2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191
XBO 75 W/2 OFR . . . . . . . . . . . . .191
XBO 8000 W/HS OFR . . . . . . . . .203
XBO 900 W OFR . . . . . . . . . . . . .196
XBO R 100 W/45 OFR . . . . . . . .191
XBO R 100 W/45C OFR . . . . . . .191
XBO R 101 W/45C OFR . . . . . . .192
XBO R 180 W/45/OFR . . . . . . . .193
XBO R 180 W/45C OFR . . . . . . .193
XBO R 181 W/45C OFR . . . . . . .194
XBO R 300 W/60C OFR . . . . . . .194
XERADEX 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
XERADEX 20/HV . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
XERADEX 20/SY45/45 . . . . . . . .216
Index by Product
Number
Type
11558
11560
11619
13365
14936
14974
14985
14988
14994
15399
17980
17981
17983
20607
20608
53997
53998
53999
54001
54007
54008
54019
54021
54022
54023
54025
54026
54027
54028
54031
54032
54034
54035
54036
54038
54039
54041
54042
54044
54045
54046
54047
54050
54052
54054
54055
54056
54057
54058
54059
54060
54061
54062
54063
54066
54067
54068
54069
54070
54071
54072
54073
54074
54075
Page
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . .175, 179
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
Product Number
Page
54078 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
54079 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
54080 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54081 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54083 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54084 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
54087 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
54088 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
54089 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54091 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
54098 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
54099 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
54100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54102 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
54103 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54104 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54106 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
54107 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
54112 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54113 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
54115 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
54116 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
54117 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54118 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
54119 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
54120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54121 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54122 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54123 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54124 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54125 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54126 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54129 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
54130 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
54133 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54136 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54137 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
54138 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54139 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
54140 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54141 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
54142 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .186
54143 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
54144 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
54145 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
54146 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
54167 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
54168 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
54170 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
54189 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54192 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54210 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54211 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54212 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54214 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54232 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54233 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54350 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
54383 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54386 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54388 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54392 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54393 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54394 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54409 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
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Index by Product
Number (cont.)
Type
54411
54412
54428
54430
54432
54434
54435
54436
54440
54441
54442
54446
54448
54455
54459
54460
54466
54471
54483
54488
54499
54500
54506
54507
54508
54510
54511
54512
54514
54515
54516
54518
54528
54532
54534
54546
54547
54549
54550
54559
54560
54561
54568
54570
54571
54574
54576
54580
54584
54585
54588
54589
54598
54602
54603
54604
54605
54611
54613
54614
54618
54619
54622
54623
Page
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
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Product Number
Page
54625 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54629 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
54631 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
54633 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
54636 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
54647 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54648 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54649 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54652 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54653 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54654 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54655 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54656 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54658 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54659 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54660 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54662 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
54664 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
54673 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54685 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54686 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54687 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54688 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54689 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54690 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54691 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54692 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54694 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54696 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54698 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54706 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54711 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
54716 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54717 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54723 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54726 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54729 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54730 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54732 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54734 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54737 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54743 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54745 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54747 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54752 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
54753 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54755 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54765 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54776 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54787 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
54804 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54807 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54810 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54811 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54812 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54813 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54814 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54815 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54816 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54817 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54822 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54825 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
54828 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54829 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54835 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54836 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
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54837 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
54840 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54841 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54842 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54845 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54868 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54875 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
54897 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54898 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54899 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54904 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54912 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
54913 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54916 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54924 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54926 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54927 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54928 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54944 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
54957 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54960 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54977 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54979 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
54984 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54986 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
54988 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
55050 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
55054 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
56214 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
56215 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
56216 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
56217 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
56220 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
56222 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
56223 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
56229 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
56232 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
56233 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
56234 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
56280 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
56281 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
56282 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
56283 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
58537 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58545 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58635 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
58636 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
58637 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
58638 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
58639 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
58640 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
58649 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58697 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58703 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58704 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58705 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58706 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58707 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181
58708 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58709 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58711 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58717 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58722 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58724 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58726 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
Product Number
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58729 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
58730 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58758 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58759 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58771 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
58775 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58777 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58779 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58782 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
58785 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58786 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
58787 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58789 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58792 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58794 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58795 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58813 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58815 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181
58816 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58819 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
58821 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181
58831 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
58860 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
58862 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
58936 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
58937 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
58939 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
58941 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
58942 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
59803 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59822 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59841 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59850 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59859 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59860 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59864 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59867 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59870 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59934 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
59936 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
69000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185
69127 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
69162 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
69164 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
69165 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
69166 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212
69167 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194
69168 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207
69169 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .215
69171 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
69172 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213
69174 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .214
69175 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209
69176 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209
69177 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209
69179 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
69180 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
69181 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
69182 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
69183 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193
69184 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194
69185 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
69186 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193
69189 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213
69190 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192
69191 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191
Product Number
Page
69195 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
69197 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191
69198 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
69199 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213
69200 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
69205 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
69206 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209
69208 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209
69213 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204
69214 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204
69215 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204
69217 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204
69221 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206
69222 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
69223 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206
69224 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206
69225 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206
69226 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
69228 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
69231 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191
69232 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191
69233 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191
69234 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192
69235 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192
69236 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193
69237 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .193
69238 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192
69239 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194
69241 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194
69242 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195
69243 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195
69244 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195
69245 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195
69246 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
69247 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198
69248 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199
69249 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199
69250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199
69251 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199
69252 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199
69253 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200
69254 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200
69256 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198
69257 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196
69258 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198
69260 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196
69261 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196
69263 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196
69264 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196
69265 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197
69266 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197
69267 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197
69268 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197
69269 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197
69270 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198
69273 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
69284 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
69287 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212
69288 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .213
69289 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .214
69292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212
69294 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200
69295 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .202
69296 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200
69297 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .203
69298 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .202
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69299 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .214
69301 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .203
69303 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212
69306 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212
69310 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198
69311 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .205
69315 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201
69316 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207
69319 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .211
69320 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190
69327 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190
69336 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201
69338 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
69339 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .202
69340 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .202
69342 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .203
69343 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208
69344 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .214
69347 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210
69349 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
69350 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200
69351 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .203
69352 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
69359 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201
69360 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201
69364 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207
74440 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
76302 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
76304 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
76305 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
76311 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
76313 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
76314 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
76317 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
76319 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
76321 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
76362 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
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Type
Page
BAA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BCM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BHC/DYS/DYV . . . . . . . . . . .172
BHC/DYS/DYV/X . . . . . . . . .172
BHC/DYS/DYV-5 . . . . . . . . .172
BRJ/EVB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BRL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BRN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BTL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BTM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BTN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BTR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BVA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
BVM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BVT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BVV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
BVW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
CAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
CBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
CXZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
CYV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
CYX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DDK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DDL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DDM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DEK/DFW . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DNE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DNF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DNS/FMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DNT/FMD . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DPY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DTA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DVY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DWE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DWT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DXW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
DYH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
DZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EBV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
ECA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
ECT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFP/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFR-5/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EFX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176
EGR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EGT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EGW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172
EHC/EHB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
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EHD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EHF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EHP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EHZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EJA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EJG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EJL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EJM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EJV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EKB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
EKE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EKE/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EKP/ENA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC-3/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC-7/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC-7/X . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELC-HL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ELZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EMG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EMM/EKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENH-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENX-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
ENX-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPS/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173
EPX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EPZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ERK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ERM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ESA/FHD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ESB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
ETJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EVA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EVD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EVV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
EVW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EWR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
EXC/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXC/240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXD/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXD/240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXE/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
EXE/240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
EXG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
EXL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
EXM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
EXR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EXW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EXY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
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EXY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EYB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EYB-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EYB-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
EZL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180
FAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FBV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FCM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FCR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FCS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FDB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FDN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FDS/DZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FDT 64628 . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FDV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEP/220 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEP/240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEX/230 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEX/240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FFJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FFM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FFN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FFP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FFR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FFS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FHM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FHS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FKT/EYH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FKW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FLK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FLT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FMR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174
FNT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174, 175
FRG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FRK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FRN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
FSG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
FSH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FSX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
FSY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
FTK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FVL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FVM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
FXL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
FXL-HL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
GCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177
GCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
GCC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
GCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175
GKV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
GLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
GLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
GLF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178
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OSRAM PLANON®
New Fluorescent Technology
The OSRAM PLANON® is a two-dimensional, mercury-free light
source based on the operating principle of excimer discharge.
OSRAM technology sets standards
Mercury-free light tile
The luminous body of OSRAM PLANON® can be
compared with a tile. Thanks to its specific shape
and unique uniform light output, PLANON® opens
new construction and application possibilities for
the lighting industry.
Unique advantages
The new mercury-free discharge light source OSRAM PLANON®
has a number of unique product characteristics:
Unique lighting power
• wide viewing and illumination angle
• uniform high luminance from center to edge
• diagonal lengths from 10.4" to 21.3"
• ultra flat at <10mm (0.4")
Extremely long lamp life, up to 100,000 hours
• absence of failure-prone electrodes
• no bulb darkening
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Extremely thin ≤10mm
Mercury-free
• luminous flux not related to temperature
- same light output from -30°C to +85°C ambients
• instant light with high luminance
Lamp and ballast available as system
Applications
• LCD backlighting
• Architectural effects
• Digital imaging
• Indoors or outdoors
• Signage backlighting
• Film and photography lighting
• Information displays
• Task lighting
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OSRAM OPTO SEMICONDUCTORS
THE LEADER IN LED GENERAL LIGHTING SOLUTIONS
Innovative light-emitting diodes are compound semiconductors that convert electric current directly to light. Just a few
millimeters in size, LEDs offer distinct advantages through advanced technology, making them a real alternative
to conventional lamps in many applications.
TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANTAGES
• Low power consumption and heat generation
• Extremely long life
• Negligible early failures
• High color efficiency
• Small dimensions
• High resistance to shock and vibration
• Directed radiation
• No IR/UV radiation -Optimized power supplies and controls
USER BENEFITS
• Creative design possibilities for innovative light solutions through a variety of LED colors, compactness and flexible modularization
• Economically attractive because of low power consumption, long life and minimal maintenance
• Maximized safety due to excellent reliability, even in difficult operating conditions
CREATIVE LIGHT SOLUTIONS FOR ALL KINDS OF APPLICATIONS
LED modules and power supplies from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors are the ideal basis for creative design-ins and new light solutions in
a wide range of applications:
• Colored light of your choice - LEDs emit yellow, orange, red, blue, green and white light, 3 color multi - LED (RGB) option are
available
• Colored light with plexiglass optics for highly decorative effects
• Can be adapted to complex structures - e.g. backlighting of letters - through compact, flexible modules
• Extremely low-profile light solutions
• Reliable orientation lighting that is easy to install and integrates perfectly in the existing architecture with minimal structural change
• Economical operation through low power consumption
• Reliable outdoor operation through mechanical ruggedness in a wide range of operating temperatures
• Ideal for powering by solar energy through minimum consumption and low forward voltage
VERTICALLY INTEGRATED
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors offers the core competencies needed for LED lamp module and power supply production - from discrete
components through electrical, thermal and optical design to complex modules and electronic controls.
CONNECTORS
Please call 1-800-LIGHTBULB for assistance.
COMPLETE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
Our solutions come complete with matching power supplies, dimming and RGB controls. Dimmers are compatible with industry standard
protocols such as 0-10 V and DMX 512 (with DMX to 0-10V converters).
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COMPLETE LIGHT SOURCE SOLUTION
Combined with OSRAM SYLVANIA, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors offers the full spectrum of lighting solutions for any project.
Standards and regulations
In the case of LEDs and LED modules, there are regulations for protection of the human eye against excessive doses of radiation. These
are based on the tolerances issued by the ICNRP. OSRAM Opto Semiconductors can submit certification by an accredited test laboratory
for all standard modules. LED lamp modules and power supplies by OSRAM are UL recognized and listed in the Sign Accessories Manual
(SAM).
The stipulations of the low voltage directive are not applicable to LED modules because of their operating voltage of 10 or 24 V DC.
LED modules do not produce any interference in the context of EMC.
The major directives for eye safety:
1. IEC 60825-1 A2: Safety of Laser Devices
2. ANSI IESNA RP - 27.1 to 27.3
3. ACGIH (American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists)
4. CIE TC 6-47 Photobiological Safety of Lamps and LampSystems
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TRULY ILLUMINATING:
LED MODULES FROM OSRAM OS
LED modules from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors consist of a certain number of LEDs with integrated passive or active
current regulation. The single LEDs are mounted on either rigid or flexible printed circuit boards. Secondary optical
elements such as lenses, reflectors and surface light guides can be added for enhanced performance.
POSSIBILITIES TODAY AND TOMORROW
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors produces a high-performance selection of fully contained LED modules - power-saving and cost-saving - for a
wide range of conventional and emerging uses in general lighting.
THREE FAMILIES - VERSATILE AND FLEXIBLE
LED modules without a lens system
- LINEARlight (Rigid or flexible; Monochromatic or integrated RGB)
- BACKlight
- COINlight
LED modules with a lens system
- EFFECTlight
LED modules with light guides
- MARKERlight (rectangular, square, round)
- LEDtag
LED MODULES ACCESSORIES
- Optics, dimming
ELECTRICAL DESIGN OF MODULES
In electrical terms, LEDs are semiconductor diodes. Their major electrical characteristics are:
- Forward voltage VF
- Forward current IF
To ensure long life, the specified forward current should not be exceeded. Modules from OSRAM OS exhibit the following features:
- Series connection of LEDs
- Combined with passive and active current limiting
- Current control device (BCR) are built in for all the OSRAM LED lamp modules
- Operation on 10 V DC and 24 V DC
- Easy operation with OPTOTRONIC® power supplies
THE RIGHT CONNECTION OSRAM LED SYSTEMS FOR LIGHTING
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors offers you more than first-class LEDs and LED modules. You no longer have to spend your
time looking for any extra components you need. Instead you can focus on what is essential for you: your
product and your business. In addition to LED modules we deliver optimized power supplies,
dimming and RGB controls, and other accessories (pg. 264 & 265). For the latest information
call 1-800-LIGHTBULB.
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OPTOTRONIC POWER SUPPLY
• Electronically stabilized, load-insensitive DC output voltage
• Shortcircuit-proof and overload protected
• Designed and built to all applicable standards
• For power supply and packages, please refer to page 265
• Long Life
• Low ripple voltage
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OSRAM OPTO SEMICONDUCTORS:
LED TECHNOLOGY IS THE FUTURE
HOW DOES AN LED WORK?
A light-emitting diode consists of several layers of semiconductor material. When the diode is forward biased, light is
generated in a thin layer, the so-called active layer. Unlike
incandescent lamps, which radiate a continuous spectrum, an
LED emits an almost monochromatic light of a particular color.
The color of the light depends on the material used. Two material systems - AlInGaP and InGaN - are used for creating high
brightness LEDs in all colors from red to blue and also in white
using phosphors.
The efficiency of LEDs has very much improved in the last few
years, and has already reached levels of 30lm/W and more depending on the color. This is the result of high-quality production and advanced technologies.
LED chip
bond wire
active layer
substrate
conductive glue
LED PACKAGES
The typical size of an LED is approximately a few hundred micrometers. The semiconductor is mounted in a package for easy electrical
contact and environmental protection. There are two basic types of packages:
•THT (through-hole technology)
This kind of package is soldered "through holes" to the circuit board. The most common type is the radial 5 mm
package. The LED chip is seated in the reflector, which is connected to the cathode lead. A bond wire establishes electrical contact to the anode. The light is emitted by a lens integrated into the package. Different radiation
characteristics are produced as a function of chip-to-lens spacing and the shape of the lens.
•SMT (surface-mount technology)
This modern design consists of a plastic package that also serves as the reflector. The LED chip is seated in the
cavity. This cavity is filled with epoxy resin to improve light output and protect the chip against environmental
influences. SMT components can be assembled faster and with better quality than THT components.
ELECTRICAL DATA
The highest luminosity is produced with a DC voltage source. The necessary forward voltage depends on the color of the LED light, varying between 2 and 4 V at forward currents up to 70mA.
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TEMPERATURE RESPONSE
The optical output power drops as temperature increases. Temperature dependence is more significant in yellow LEDs than in green
ones. This drop in power, as a function of temperature, can be reversed and has nothing to do with degradation. The maximum operating temperature for LEDs is normally 100 °C, and this should not be exceeded.
LIFETIME AND DEGRADATION
Just like a conventional source of light, the intensity of LED light gradually diminishes in the course of continuous operation. When an
LED produces 50% of its original luminous efficiency, it has, by definition, reached the end of its life.
Under reasonable operating conditions LEDs can last up to 100,000 hours.
WHITE LIGHT LEDs
To generate white light, the radiation of a blue diode is used to stimulate a secondary (fluorescent) emission from a properly chosen
phosphor. By setting the appropriate concentration of luminescent material, the blue primary light from the diode combined with the yellow light emitted by the phosphor creates a spectral wavelength distribution that is perceived as white by the human eye. The color rendering index thus achieved is approximately 80.
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The following item was accepted into the 2003 IESNA Progress Report which recognizes innovative products
introduced to the industry during that year.
LINEARlight Color Mix
HOW TO READ PRODUCT INFORMATION - LED lamp modules
Product Number
70011
Ordering Abbreviation
70017
70010
70027
BACKLIGHT/615/OS/LM03A/A FXLIGHT/505/OS/WL01A/V
LINEAR/OS/LM01A/W
ML/82X33/OS/ML01B/B
Operating Voltage (V)
10
24
10
10
Power (W)
4
1.3
3.2
1.2
Color
Amber Red
Verde
White
Blue
Wavelength (nm) Color Coordinates
617
503
LEDs/Module
32
10
32
12
Operating Temperature (˚C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
559 x 30 x 6
70 x 28 x 34.5
448 x 10 x 3.5
112.3 x 48 x 7
Inter-LED Spacing (mm)
15
14
Luminous Flux (|m)
54
29
Luminous Intensity (cd)
0.535
2000
0.3
Viewing Angle (˚)
120
4
120
470
Maximum Board Spacing (mm)
Luminous Area (mm2)
Operating Voltage (V)
Wavelength (nm) /
Color Coordinates
Inter-LED Spacing (mm)
Luminance (mlm) or
(cd/m2)
Luminous Intensity (cd)
Viewing Angle (°)
Maximum Board
Spacing (mm)
Luminous Area (mm2)
79.5 x 3
DC voltage applied to the entire module.
The center wavelength of the light emitted by the LED expressed in nm OR the CIE X and Y color coordinates for white light sources.
Space between individual LEDs mounted on the module.
When reported in mlm, this is the total amount of light leaving the module, also known as luminous flux. When reported in cd/m2, this is the
brightness of the LED module when viewing it. The cd/m2 value applies only to MARKERlight products.
Intensity of the light shining out from the module. This value is especially important on EFFECTlights.
2 times the angle between the peak intensity at the center of the beam and the 50% intensity direction.
Applies only to BACKlights. This is the maximum separation between two consecutive boards in a BACKlight module.
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Applies only to MARKERlights. This is the area that actually appears lit when looking towards the module.
Weight & Measurement
For weight and measurement information, please visit www.sylvania.com.
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OPTOTRONIC® LED Power Supplies
OSRAM OPROTRONIC power supplies are compact and electronically stabilized. The wide range of input voltage from 100
to 240 V A.C. enables worldwide use on single-phase A.C. power lines. These supplies are available in 10 V d.c. and 24 V d.c.
outputs. The OPTORONIC power supplies are protected against open circuit, short circuit, and overload and overheating.
They are UL recognized and FCC compliant.
KEY SYSTEM FEATURE
• New, small enclosure size (OT6, OT20, OT25 fit into
small junction box)
• Lightweight, low profile
• -20˚C through 50˚C operation
• Wide input voltage range
• Isolated output
• UL Class 2 output
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Weather resistant housing
Long life
Short circuit and overload protection
Low power supply losses
Remote mounting possible
OT50 model rated for outdoor, damp location
OT RGB controls are ideal for Colormixing or Color sequencing applications
• Pulse width modulation (PWM) dimming
• Dimming range of 0-100% with OTDIM & OT RGB 3CH DIM
51500 OT 6/ 100-240/ 10 COS
Item Number
Circular Opto Semi-conductors; S: Square
OPTOTRONIC
Output Voltage (DC)
Output Wattage (6 Watts)
Input Voltage (AC)
Item
Number
Description
51500
51505
51508
51501
OT6/100-240/10COS
OT25/120/10
OT50/120/10
OT6/100-240/24COS
51512
OT20/120-240/24S
For LED Lamp Modules Family
LINEARlight, BACKlight, MARKERlight (Rectangular),and LINEARlight FLEX SIDELED
LINEARlight, BACKlight, MARKERlight (Rectangular),and LINEARlight FLEX SIDELED
LINEARlight, BACKlight, MARKERlight (Rectangular),and LINEARlight FLEX SIDELED
MARKERlight (Square & Circular), EFFECTlight, COINlight TOPLED, COINlight SIDELED
and LINEARlight - FLEX TOPLED
LINEARlight Colormix RGB and LINEARlight Flex TOP Colormix RGB
MARKERlight (Square & Circular), EFFECTlight, COINlight TOPLED, COINlight SIDELED
and LINEARlight - FLEX TOPLED
LINEARlight Colormix RGB and LINEARlight Flex TOP Colormix RGB
System Life / Warranty
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OPTOTRONIC LED Power Supply Products are covered by our LED System Warranty, a comprehensive light source, and power supply system
warranty. For additional detail, refer to our latest version of the LED System Warranty bulletin found in the warranty section of this catalog.
OSRAM LED Lamp Modules Accessories
LINEARlight OPTICS OP4x1-20
LINEARlight Optics is a supplementary optical lens for the LINEARlight module. The optical effect of the optics is a reduction of the viewing
angle from 120˚ to 20˚ and / or 25˚ and proportional intensification of the light. The optic provides light intensification and mechanical protection of the LED module. The optic is suitable for all LED colors.
Each modules lens optic is 56mm long and covers 4 LEDs, which is the smallest divisible unit of LINEARlight. Eight optics are needed to cover
the full length of a LINEARlight strip. The guide pin feature ensures precise alignment that can be easily snapped into place.
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LINEARLIGHT – RIGID
Product Number
70006
70007
70008
70083
Ordering
Abbreviation
LINEAR/587/OS/LM01A/Y1
LINEAR/615/OS/LM01A/A
LINEAR/525/OS/LM01A/T1
LINEAR/610/OS/LM01A
Operating
Voltage (V)
10
10
10
10
Power (W)
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
Color
Yellow
Amber Red
True Green
Orange
Wavelength (nm)
587
617
525
606
LEDs/Module
32
32
32
32
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
448 X 10 X 3.5
448 X 10 X 3.5
448 x 10 x 3.5
448 X 10 X 3.5
Inter-LED
Spacing (mm)
14.000
14.000
14.000
14.000
Luminous Flux (lm)
69
54
36
86
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
0.72
0.56
0.38
0.90
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
120
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LINEARLIGHT – RIGID
Product Number
70009
70010
70044
Ordering
Abbreviation
LINEAR/470/OS/LM01A/B1
LINEAR/OS/LM01A/W1
LINEAR/633/OS/LM1A/S1
Operating
Voltage (V)
10
10
10
Power (W)
4.00
3.20
4
Color
Blue
White
Super Red
Wavelength (nm)
470
Color Temp (K)
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633
5400K, 4700K
LEDs/Module
32
32
32
Operating Temperature (°C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
448 x 10 x 3.5
448 X 10 X 3.5
448 X 10 X 3.5
Inter-LED
Spacing (mm)
14.000
14.000
14.000
Luminous Flux (lm)
9
29
54
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
0.09
0.30
0.56
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
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COINLIGHT – SIDELED – 8 LEDS
Product Number
70046
70047
70048
70049
70050
Ordering
Abbreviation
COIN/615/OS/CM01B/A
COIN/587/OS/CM01B/Y
COIN/525/OS/CM01B/T
COIN/470/OS/CM01B/B
COIN/OS/CM01B/W
Operating
Voltage (V)
24
24
24
24
24
Power (W)
0.50
0.50
0.90
0.90
0.90
Color
Amber Red
Yellow
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm)
615
587
528
470
X=0.32; Y=0.31
LEDs/Module
8
8
8
8
8
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
33 X 5.5 X 11
33 X 5.5 X 11
33 X 5.5 X 11
33 X 5.5 X 11
33 X 5.5 X 11
Inter-LED
Spacing (degrees)
45
Luminous Flux (lm)
3
2
3
1
5
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
135
0.105
0.135
0.04
0.195
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
120
120
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COINLIGHT – SIDELED – 12 LEDS
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Product Number
70051
70052
70053
70054
70055
Ordering
Abbreviation
COIN/587/OS/CM01C/Y
COIN/615/OS/CM01C/A
COIN/525/OS/CM01C/T
COIN/470/OS/CM01C/B
COIN/OS/CM01C/W
Operating
Voltage (V)
24
24
24
24
24
Power (W)
1.50
1.50
1.30
1.30
1.30
Color
Yellow
Amber Red
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm)
587
615
525
470
X=0.32; Y=0.31
LEDs/Module
12
12
12
12
12
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
33 X 5.5 X 11
33 X 5.5 X 11
33 X 5.5 X 11
33 X 5.5 X 11
33 X 5.5 X 11
Luminous Flux (lm)
3.6
4.3
3.7
1.4
6.5
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
0.105
0.135
0.135
0.04
0.195
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
120
120
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COINLIGHT – TOPLED
Product Number
70056
70057
70058
70059
70060
Ordering
Abbreviation
COIN/OS/CM01E/W1
COIN/617/OS/CM01E/A1
COIN/587/OS/CM01E/Y1
COIN/525/OS/CM01E/T1
COIN/470/OS/CM01E/B1
Operating
Voltage (V)
24
24
24
24
24
Power (W)
1.20
1.2
1.2
1.20
1.20
Color
White
Amber Red
Yellow
True Green
Blue
Wavelength (nm)
X=0.32; Y=0.31
617
587
525
470
LEDs/Module
9
9
9
9
9
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30 to +55
-30 to +55
- 30 to +55
-30 to +55
-30 to +55
Dimensions (mm)
33 X 3.5 X 9
33 X 3.5 X 9
33 X 3.5 X 9
33 X 3.5 X 9
33 X 3.5 X 9
Luminous Flux (lm)
10
24
19
10
3
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
0.37
0.89
0.70
0.37
0.11
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
120
120
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LINEARLIGHT – FLEXIBLE – TOPLED
Product Number
70061
70062
70063
70064
70065
Ordering
Abbreviation
LINEARFLEXTOP/587/OS
/LM10A/Y1
LINEARFLEXTOP/617/OS
/LM10A/A
LINEARFLEXTOP/525/OS
/LM10A/T1
LINEARFLEXTOP/470/OS
/LM10A/B1
LINEARFLEXTOP/OS
/LM10A/W1
Operating
Voltage (V)
24
24
24
24
24
Power (W)
72.0
72.0
72.0
72.0
57.6
Color
Yellow
Amber Red
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm)
587
617
525
469
Color Temp (K)
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5400K, 4700K
LEDs/Module
600
600
600
600
600
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
8400 X 10 X 2.5
8400 X 10 X 2.5
8400 X 10 X 2.5
8400 X 10 X 2.5
8400 X 10 X 2.5
Inter-LED
Spacing (mm)
14.000
14.000
14.000
14.000
14.000
Luminous Flux (lm)
1290
930
675
170
540
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
0.72
0.53
0.38
0.09
0.30
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
120
120
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LINEARLIGHT – FLEXIBLE – SIDELED
Product Number
70066
70067
70068
70069
70070
Ordering
Abbreviation
LINEARFLEXSIDE/615
/OS/LM11A/A
LINEARFLEXSIDE/587
/OS/LM11A/Y1
LINEARFLEXSIDE/525
/OS/LM11A/T
LINEARFLEXSIDE/470
/OS/LM11A/B
LINEARFLEXSIDE
/OS/LM11A/W1
Operating
Voltage (V)
10
10
10
10
10
Power (W)
15.0
22.5
30.0
30.0
30.0
Color
Amber Red
Yellow
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm)
615
587
528
470
Color Temp (K)
5400K, 4700K
LEDs/Module
300
300
300
300
300
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
4200X10X4.5
4200X10X4.5
4200X10X4.5
4200X10X4.5
4200X10X4.5
Inter-LED
Spacing (mm)
14.000
14.000
14.000
14.000
14.000
Luminous Flux (lm)
117
405
147
37
405
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
0.135
0.45
0.16
0.04
0.45
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
120
120
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OPTICS ACCESSORIES
Product Number
70072
Ordering Abbreviation
LINEARLT OPTICS OS-OP4X1-20
Operating Voltage (V)
Power (W)
Color
Wavelength (nm)
LEDs/Module
Operating Temperature (°C)
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
Inter-LED Spacing (mm)
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Luminous Flux (lm)
Luminous Intensity (cd)
0.7 - 6.0
Viewing Angle (°)
20 (except 25˚ for white)
Maximum Board Spacing (mm)
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LED TAG
Product Number
70073
70074
70075
70076
70077
Ordering
Abbreviation
LEDTag/633/OS-ML90A-S
LEDTag/606/OS-ML90A-O
LEDTag/528/OS-ML90A-T
LEDTag/470/OS-ML90A-B
LEDTAG/OS-ML90A-W
Operating
Voltage (V)
9
9
9
9
9
Power (W)
0.18
0.18
0.36
0.36
0.36
Color
Super Red
Orange
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm)
633
606
528
470
X=0.32; Y=0.31
LEDs/Module
4
4
4
4
4
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30 to+45
-10 to +45
-10 to +45
-10 to +45
-10 to +45
Dimensions (mm)
71.5 X 38.5 X 14
71.5 X 38.5 X 14
71.5 X 38.5 X 14
71.5 X 38.5 X 14
71.5 X 38.5 X 14
185
420
290
85
420
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Inter-LED
Spacing (mm)
Luminance (cd/m2)
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
Viewing Angle (°)
Maximum Board
Spacing (mm)
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LINEARLIGHT COLORMIX
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Product Number
70080
Ordering
Abbreviation
LINEARCOLORMIX/OS
/LM01M/RGB
Operating Voltage (V)
24
24
24
24
Power (W)
8.3
1.8
3.6
2.9
Color
All colors
Red
Green
Blue
Wavelength (nm)
---
617
525
467 for -B7; 473 for -B8
LEDs/Module
30
30
30
30
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30…+65
-30…+65
-30…+65
-30…+65
Dimensions (mm)
450 x 12 x 4
Inter-LED Spacing
(mm)
15
Luminous Flux (lm)
91
32
51
8
Luminous Intensity
(cd)
1.0
0.36
0.57
0.09
120
120
120
120
Viewing Angle (°)
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LINEARLIGHT FLEX TOP COLORMIX
Product Number
70082
Ordering
Abbreviation
LINEARFLEXTOPCOLORMIX
/OS/LM10M/RGB
Operating Voltage (V)
24
24
24
24
Power (W)
77.5
16.8
33.6
27.1
Color
All colors
Red
Green
Blue
Wavelength (nm)
---
617
525
467, 473
LEDs/Module
280
280
280
280
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30…+65
-30…+65
-30…+65
-30…+65
Dimensions (mm)
4200 x 11.5 x 2.5
Inter-LED
Spacing (mm)
15
Luminous Flux (lm)
849
299
476
75
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
1.0
0.36
0.57
0.09
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
120
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Y
S
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S
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BACKLIGHT
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Product Number
70011
70012
70013
Ordering Abbreviation
BACKLITE/615/OS/LM03A/A
BACKLITE/587/OS/LM03A/Y1
BACKLITE/525/OS/LM03A/T1
Operating Voltage (V)
10
10
10
Power (W)
4.00
4.0
4.00
Color
Amber Red
Yellow
True Green
Wavelength (nm)
617
587
525
LEDs/Module
32
32
32
Operating Temperature (°C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions
559 x 30 x 6
559 X 30 X 6
559 x 30 x 6
Inter-LED Spacing
15.000
15.000
15.000
Luminous Flux (lm)
54
69
36
Luminous Intensity (cd)
0.535
0.72
0.38
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
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BACKLIGHT
Product Number
70014
70045
70071
70081
Ordering Abbreviation
BACKLITE/470/OS/LM03A/B
BACKLITE/OS/LM03A/W1
BACKLITE/610/OS/LM03B/O
BACKLITE/633/OS/LM03A/S
Operating Voltage (V)
10
10
10
10
Power (W)
4.00
3.20
4.0
4.0
Color
Blue
White
Orange
Super Red
Wavelength (nm)
470
606
633
Color Temp (K)
6500K, 5400K
LEDs/Module
32
32
32
32
Operating
Temperature (°C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions
559 X 30 X 6
559x30x6
559X30X6
559x30x6
Inter-LED Spacing
15.000
15.000
15.000
15.000
Luminous Flux (lm)
9
29
86
54
Luminous Intensity(cd)
0.09
0.30
0.90
0.535
Viewing Angle (°)
120
120
120
120
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EFFECTLIGHT
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Product Number
70015
70016
70017
70018
Ordering Abbreviation
FXLITE/615/OS/WL01A/A1
FXLITE/587/OS/WL01A/Y1
FXLITE/505/OS/WL01A/V1
FXLITE/470/OS/WL01A/B1
Operating Voltage (V)
24
24
24
24
Power (W)
1.1
1.1
1.3
1.3
Color
Amber Red
Yellow
Verde
Blue
Wavelength (nm)
617
587
503
469
LEDs/Module
10
10
10
10
Operating
Temperature (° C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
70 x 28 x 34.5
70 x 28 x 34.5
70 x 28 x 34.5
70 x 28 x 34.5
Luminous
Intensity (cd)
3500
2500
2000
350
Viewing Angle (°)
4
4
4
4
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MARKERLIGHT – CIRCULAR
Product Number
70039
70040
70041
70042
70043
Ordering Abbreviation
ML/80D/615/OS/ML03A/A
ML/80D/587/OS/ML03A/Y1
ML/80D/525/OS/ML03A/T
ML/80D/470/OS/ML03A/B
ML/80D/OS/ML03A/W1
Operating
Voltage (V)
24
24
24
24
24
Power (W)
1.92
2.88
3.84
3.84
3.84
Color
Amber Red
Yellow
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm) /
Color Coordinates
615
587
528
470
X=0.32 Y=0.31
LEDs/Module
40
40
40
40
40
Operating
Temperature (deg C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
110 x 110 x 7
110 x 110 x 7
110 x 110 x 7
110 x 110 x 7
110 x 110 x 7
Luminance (cd/m2)
705
1630
705
205
2050
Luminous Area
(diameter, mm)
77
77
77
77
77
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Y
S
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S
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MARKERLIGHT – RECTANGULAR – SMALL
L
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S
Y
S
T
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M
S
Product Number
70019
Ordering Abbreviation
ML/55X22/615/OS/ML01A/A ML/55X22/587/OS/ML01A/Y ML/55X22/525/OS/ML01A/T ML/55X22/470/OS/ML01A/B ML/55X22/OS/ML01A/W
Operating
Voltage (V)
10
10
10
10
10
Power (W)
0.40
0.40
0.80
0.80
0.80
Color
Amber Red
Yellow
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm) /
Color Coordinates
615
587
525
470
X = 0.32 Y = 0.31
LEDs/Module
8
8
8
8
8
Operating
Temperature (deg C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
85 x 37 x 7
85 x 37 x 7
88 x 37 x 7
85 x 37 x 7
85 x 37 x 7
Luminance (cd/m2)
715
440
725
140
880
52 x 22
52 x 22
52 x 22
52 x 22
Luminous Area (mm) 52 x 22
70020
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70021
70022
70023
MARKERLIGHT – RECTANGULAR – MEDIUM
Product Number
70024
Ordering Abbreviation
ML/82X33/615/OS/ML01B/A ML/82X33/587/OS/ML01B/Y ML/82X33/525/OS/ML01B/T ML/82X33/470/OS/ML01B/B ML/82X33/OS/ML01B/W
Operating
Voltage (V)
10
10
10
10
10
Power (W)
0.60
0.60
1.20
1.20
1.20
Color
Amber Red
Yellow
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm) /
Color Coordinates
615
587
525
470
X = 0.32 Y = 0.31
LEDs/Module
12
12
12
12
12
Operating
Temperature (deg C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
112.5 x 48 x 7
112.5 x 48 x 7
112.5 x 48 x 7
112.5 x 48 x 7
112.5 x 48 x 5
Luminance (cd/m2)
405
370
410
90
360
79.5 x 33
79.5 x 33
79.5 x 33
79.5 x 33
Luminous Area (mm) 79.5 x 33
70025
70026
70027
70028
L
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Y
S
T
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M
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MARKERLIGHT – RECTANGULAR – LARGE
L
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Y
S
T
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Product Number
70029
70030
70031
70032
70033
Ordering
Abbreviation
ML/110X44/615/OS
/ML01C/A
ML/110X44/587/OS
/ML01C/Y
ML/110X44/525/OS
/ML01C/T
ML/110X44/470/OS
/ML01C/B
ML/110X44/OS
/ML01C/W
Operating
Voltage (V)
10
10
10
10
10
Power (W)
0.80
0.80
1.60
1.60
1.60
Color
Amber Red
Yellow
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm) /
Color Coordinates
615
587
525
470
X = 0.32 Y = 0.31
LEDs/Module
16
16
16
16
16
Operating
Temperature (deg C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
140 x 59 x 7
140 x 59 x 7
140 x 59 x 7
140 x 59 x 7
140 x 59 x 7
Luminance (cd/m2)
320
300
330
80
280
Luminous Area
107 x 44
107 x 44
107 x 44
107 x 44
107 x 44
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Product Number
70034
70035
Ordering Abbreviation
ML/55SQ/615/OS/ML02A/A
Operating
Voltage (V)
70037
70038
ML/55SQ/587/OS/ML02A/Y1 ML/55SQ/525/OS/ML02A/T
ML/55SQ/470/OS/ML02A/B
ML/55SQ/OS/ML02A/W1
24
24
24
24
24
Power (W)
1.92
2.88
3.84
3.84
3.84
Color
Amber Red
Yellow
True Green
Blue
White
Wavelength (nm) /
Color Coordinates
615
587
528
470
X=0.32 Y=0.31
LEDs/Module
40
40
40
40
40
Operating
Temperature (deg C)
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
-30 to +65
Dimensions (mm)
85 x 85 x 7
85 x 85 x 7
85 x 85 x 7
85 X 85 X 7
85 x 85 x 7
Luminance (cd/m2)
1170
2700
1170
340
3400
52 x 52
52 x 52
52 x 52
52 x 52
Luminous Area (mm) 52 x 52
70036
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OPTOTRONIC DIMMING AND RGB CONTROL MODULES
Product Number
51516
51517
51518
Description
OTDIM
OT RGB 3 CHDIM
OT RGB SEQUENCER
Input Voltage (V)
10.5/24
10.5/24
10.5/24
Max. Input Current (Amps)
5.3
6
6
Output Power (W)
0 - 52.5/0-120
0-20 / 0-48
0-20 / 0-48
60/140
60/140
Max. Output Power (W)
Max. Output Current (Amps)
5
2 A per channel
2 A per channel
Control Voltage (VDC)
0 - 10
0 - 10
0 - 10
Max. Power Loss (W)
3
3
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OPTOTRONIC LED POWER SUPPLY
Product Number
51500
51505
51508
51501
51512
Description
OT6/100-240/10COS
OT25/120/10
OT50/120/10
OT6/100 - 240/24COS
OT20/120-240/24S
Input Voltage (VAC)
100 - 240
120
120
100 - 240
120 - 240
Input Current (Amps) [email protected] , [email protected] 240V
[email protected]
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240V
[email protected] , [email protected] 240V
Output Voltage (VDC) 10.5 +/ - 0.5
10.5 +/ - 1.0
10.5 +/ - 1.0
24.0 +/ - 0.5
24.0 +/ - 0.5
Min. Power (W)
0.2
3
10
0.9
0.2
Max.Power (W)
6
25
50
20
6
Max. Line Ripple (V)
+/- .4V
+/- 1.1V
+/- 1.1V
+/- .2V
+/- .4V
Remote Mounting (ft) 26
10
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SYLVANIA HID SYSTEM
LIMITED WARRANTY
Combination Lamp and Ballast System Limited Warranty
OSRAM SYLVANIA Products Inc. (“OSPI”) warrants SYLVANIA
lamps installed on SYLVANIA magnetic ballasts to be free from
defects in material and workmanship and to operate from the date
of installation (or 3 months from date of manufacture if installation
date is not known or available) for the lamp and ballast warranty
System
METALARC®
METALARC®
LUMALUX®
LUMALUX®
Avg. Rated Lamp Life*
7,000-12,000 hrs
15,000-20,000 hrs
24,000 hrs
≥ 30,000 hrs
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
SYLVANIA lamps and SYLVANIA ballasts must be installed
together as a system and be installed and operated under suitable environmental conditions and in accordance with the latest
National Electrical Code, Underwriters Laboratory Bulletins, and
ANSI Specifications. This warranty will not apply in the event of
conditions demonstrating abnormal use or stress, such as operating temperatures in excess of maximum rated temperatures,
under/over voltage conditions, excessive switching cycles or
operating hours, dirty or cracked sockets, or improper lamp or
ballast installation. Replacement of SYLVANIA lamps with lamps
of other manufacturers will void the lamp portion of this warranty.
Replacement of the SYLVANIA ballast with any other ballast will
void the entire warranty.
FURTHER CONDITIONS
1. Warranty periods based on a minimum 4,000 hours/year
to a maximum 6,000 hours/year operation (minimum
10hr/start for lamp).
2. The lighting system must operate the lamp within current
ANSI Specifications.
3. OSRAM SYLVANIA reserves the right to examine all failed
lamps to verify cause of failure and shall be the sole judge as
to whether the lamps are in fact defective.
4. System warranty valid only for installations of 50 or more
lamps and ballasts. Contact OSRAM SYLVANIA for further
details.
5. Check with OSRAM SYLVANIA when using occupancy sensors or dimming, as some situations may void the warranty.
WARRANTY ACTIVATION / SERVICE CLAIMS
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Lamp Warranty Period
6 months
12 months
12 months
24 months
Ballast Warranty Period
24 months
24 months
24 months
24 months
The HID System warranty is automatically activated after
OSPI receives a completed HID System warranty registration
form within 30 days after installation. An acknowledgment
will be sent for each registration along with a reference number for future correspondence. Service claims can be made
by contacting 1-800-LIGHTBULB to initiate the process for
problem resolution.
LABOR OPTIONS
No labor allowance is made for lamp or ballast replacement.
RETURN OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCT
After contacting OSRAM SYLVANIA and receiving a
RETURN MATERIAL AUTHORIZATION NUMBER, the
user shall promptly return the product at the user’s expense
to OSRAM SYLVANIA after receiving instructions as to if,
when and where to ship product. Failure to follow this procedure shall void this warranty.
REPLACEMENT OF PRODUCT, LIMITS OF LIABILITY
The foregoing shall constitute the sole and exclusive remedy
of the purchaser and the sole and exclusive liability of OSPI.
NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS MADE OR IS TO BE IMPLIED.
OSPI will not, under any circumstance, whether as a result of
breach of contract or warranty, tort, or otherwise, be liable for
any incidental, special or consequential damages, including
lost profits or revenues or any other costs or damages.
OSPI reserves the right to examine all failed lamps and/or
ballasts and reserves the right to be the sole judge as to
whether any lamps and/or ballasts are defective and covered
under this warranty.
*Subject to and limited by the lamp warranty period limitations set forth above.
Please call customer service at 1-800-654-0089
or contact your local OSRAM SYLVANIA representative.
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periods and subject to the Terms and Conditions specified below.
If lamps fail to operate for the warranty period, OSPI will provide a
free replacement lamp (no labor allowance). If a SYLVANIA magnetic ballast fails to operate within the warranty period, OSPI will
provide a free replacement ballast (no labor allowance).
SYLVANIA HID SYSTEM
Registration Form
LIMITED WARRANTY
Photocopy the form below and use it to register any installation featuring SYLVANIA magnetic ballast systems. Also available is our
on-line version which you may find by visiting our web site at www.sylvania.com. The warranty coverage begins from the date of
installation, but you must register an installation in order to receive warranty service.
Installation Information
Location Name:_______________________________________________________________________________________________
Address: _________________________________City:___________________________State:____________________Zip: ________
Send Registration To: __________________________________________________________________________________________
Address: _________________________________City:___________________________State:____________________Zip: ________
Contact Name: ____________________________Phone: ________________________Email: _______________________________
Installation Date: ___________________________
Operating Hours: __________________________starts/day ______________________hours/day ___________________days/year
Occupancy Sensors* _________________(Yes/No) Dimming* __________________(Yes/No)
* check with OSRAM SYLVANIA when using occupancy sensors or dimming, as some situations may void the warranty.
Comments ___________________________________________________________________________________________________
Type &Quantities (Description and NAED Item # as Shown on Product Packaging)
Ballast
NAED
Lamp
NAED
Description
Item #
Quantity Description
Item # Quantity Comments
e.g. M750/MULTI-PS-KIT
47717
1000
MS750/PS/BU-HOR/BT37
64787
1000
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Please Complete and Return To:
OSRAM SYLVANIA
Or Complete and Fax To:
OSRAM SYLVANIA
Attn: Warranty Dept.
18725 N. Union Street, Westfield, IN 46074
Tel #: 800/654-0089 Email: [email protected]
Fax #: 866/632-9674
OSRAM SYLVANIA National Customer Service and Sales Center
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The Heart of a Comprehensive System Service Program
QUICK 60+®
Compare lighting system warranties – you’ll see that our QUICK 60+ warranty offers
better coverage, more service options and, more important, peace of mind.
Limited Warranty
Combination Lamp and Ballast System Limited Warranty
OSRAM SYLVANIA Products Inc. (“OSPI”) warrants SYLVANIA lamps installed on
QUICKTRONIC® ballasts to be free from defects in material and workmanship and
to operate from the date of installation (or date of manufacture if installation date
is not known or available) for the time periods and subject to the Terms and
Conditions specified below. If lamps fail to operate for the warranty period, OSPI
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QUICKTRONIC® T81
QUICKTRONIC PSX T81
QUICKTRONIC T81
QUICKTRONIC 59
QUICKTRONIC 59
QUICKTRONIC 86/T8HO
QUICKTRONIC 96IS/96HO & 40T12
QUICKTRONIC T5, T5/HO, DIM1
QUICKTRONIC DL40
QUICKTRONIC 54PHO
QUICKTRONIC CF
QUICKTRONIC FM
QUICKTRONIC ICE1, 5
QUICKTRONIC MH6, 7
will provide a free replacement lamp (but no labor allowance). If a QUICKTRONIC
ballast fails to operate within the warranty period, OSPI will provide a free
replacement ballast and labor allowance in accordance with the “Labor Options”
set forth below.
Lamp
Ballast Warranty Period*
Lamp Warranty Period*
OCTRON® XP™, XP/SS2, 3
60 months
36 months
OCTRON XPS®4, XP & XP/SS2, 3
60 months
36 months
OCTRON family
60 months
30 months
OCTRON FO96/XP, FO96/XP/SS
60 months
30 months
OCTRON FO96
60 months
24 months
OCTRON FO96HO
60 months
30 months
N/A
60 months
N/A
PENTRON® Family
60 months
24 months
DULUX® FT40DL
60 months
12 months
DULUX FT55DL
60 months
12 months
DULUX D/E, T/E
60 months
12 months
FM
24 months
6 months
ICETRON®
60 months
60 months
METALARC® CERAMIC Family6
60 months @ <80° C7
6 months
*Note – Fluorescent warranty periods are based on a 3 hour minimum cycle, unless otherwise noted, with a maximum of 4000 hours per year. Other operating
cycles may affect warranty period. Lamp warranty can renew when installation is group relamped, contact OSRAM SYLVANIA for details.
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Occupancy sensor application, 15 minute/start minimum, allowed with QUICKTRONIC PROStart® and with QUICKTRONIC ICE ballasts.
2
OCTRON SUPERSAVER® bipin lamps operate on QUICKTRONIC & QUICKTRONIC Professional Instant Start & PROStart (PSN, PSX) models only.
3
QUICKTRONIC and QUICKTRONIC Professional Series including all IS, RS, PS & DIM models where applicable.
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OCTRON XPS lamps on any other suitable QUICKTRONIC ballast have a 30 month Lamp Warranty Period.
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ICETRON Lamp Warranty Period allows up to 8760 hrs per year (continuous operation), with a 3 hour per start minimum.
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Contact OSRAM SYLVANIA for a list of METALARC CERAMIC lamps approved on the QUICKTRONIC MH HID ballasts.
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QUICKTRONIC MH ballasts warranty is 36 months @ tc < 90 C. Electronic HID system warranty period is based on a minimum cycle of 10hr/start
up to a maximum operation of 6,000 hours/year.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
SYLVANIA lamps and QUICKTRONIC ballasts must be installed together as a
system and be installed and operated under suitable environmental conditions
and in accordance with the latest National Electrical Code, Underwriters
Laboratory Bulletins, and ANSI Specifications. This warranty will not apply in
the event of conditions demonstrating abnormal use or stress, such as
operating temperatures in excess of maximum rated temperatures,
under/over voltage conditions, excessive switching cycles (see above Note
#1) or operating hours, dirty or cracked sockets, or improper lamp or ballast
installation. Replacement of SYLVANIA lamps with lamps of other
manufacturers will void the lamp portion of this warranty. Replacement of the
QUICKTRONIC ballast with any other ballast will void the entire warranty.
WARRANTY ACTIVATION / SERVICE CLAIMS
The QUICK 60+ warranty is automatically activated after OSPI receives
a completed QUICK 60+ warranty registration form within 30 days after
installation. An acknowledgment will be sent for each registration
along with a reference number for future correspondence. Service
claims can be made by contacting 1-800-LIGHTBULB to initiate the
process for problem resolution.
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LABOR OPTIONS (Ballast and ICETRON lamps only)
No labor allowance is made for any lamp replacement except ICETRON,
during the warranty period. OSPI provides for several labor options for service
under the QUICK 60+ warranty program.
1. OSPI will provide full service coverage through SYLVANIA LIGHTING
SERVICES at no cost to the user of the ballast, or
2. OSPI will contact a service provider and coordinate replacement at
no cost to the user of the ballast, or
3. OSPI will reimburse the purchaser reasonable, customary and
necessary labor charges required to install the ballast replacement.
4. Labor options must be pre-approved by OSPI. Any labor option or
cost that is not pre-approved will not be eligible for reimbursement.
RETURN OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCT
After contacting OSRAM SYLVANIA and receiving a return
AUTHORIZATION NUMBER, the user shall promptly return the product at
the user’s expense to OSRAM SYLVANIA after receiving instructions as to
if, when and where to ship product. Failure to follow this procedure shall
void this warranty.
REPLACEMENT OF PRODUCT, LIMITS OF LIABILITY
The foregoing shall constitute the sole and exclusive remedy of the
purchaser and the sole and exclusive liability of OSPI. NO WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS
MADE OR IS TO BE IMPLIED. OSPI will not, under any circumstance,
whether as a result of breach of contract or warranty, tort, or otherwise,
be liable for any incidental, special or consequential damages, including
lost profits or revenues or any other costs or damages.
OSPI reserves the right to examine all failed lamps and/or ballasts and
reserves the right to be the sole judge as to whether any lamps and/or
ballasts are defective and covered under this warranty.
call customer service at 1-800-654-0089 or contact
QUESTIONS? Please
your local OSRAM SYLVANIA representative.
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QUICK 60+® LIMITED
WARRANTY
Registration Form
Photocopy the form below and use it to register any installation featuring QUICKTRONIC® ballast systems. Also available, is our
on-line version which you may find by visiting our web site at www.sylvania.com. The warranty coverage begins from the date of installation, but you must register an installation in order to receive warranty service.
Installation Information
Location Name:______________________________________________________________________________________________
Address:______________________________________City:___________________________State:______________Zip:_________
Send Registration To: _________________________________________________________________________________________
Address:______________________________________City:___________________________State:______________Zip:_________
Contact Name: _________________________________Phone:_________________________Email: _________________________
Installation Date: ___________________________________
Operating Hours: ___________________________________hours/day ______________________days/year
Occupancy Sensors:
Comments
Yes
No
______________________________________________________________________________________________
Type &Quantities (Description and NAED Item # as Shown on label (or packaging)
Ballast
NAED
Lamp
NAED
Description
Item #
Quantity
Description
Item #
Quantity
Comments
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
e.g. QTP2X32T8/UNV ISN-SC
49943
800
FO32/830/XP/ECO
21759
1600
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Please Complete and Return To:
OSRAM SYLVANIA
Or Complete and Fax To:
OSRAM SYLVANIA
Attn: Warranty Dept.
18725 N. Union Street
Westfield, IN 46074
Tel #: 800/654-0089 Email: [email protected]
Electronic Control Systems
Fax #: 866/632-9674
OSRAM SYLVANIA National Customer Service and Sales Center
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Magnetic Ballast Limited Warranty
OSRAM SYLVANIA Products Inc. (“OS”) warrants SYLVANIA fluorescent magnetic ballasts and high intensity discharge (HID) magnetic
ballasts to be free from defects in material and workmanship and to
Magnetic Ballast Type
Fluorescent Magnetic
High Intensity Discharge (HID) Magnetic
Magnetic Sign
operate from the date of manufacture for the time periods specified
below.
Ballast Warranty Period*
36 months
24 months
24 months
*Note - Warranty periods are based on typical 4000 hr/12 months operation; longer operating cycles may limit warranty period.
Contact OS for details.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
SYLVANIA magnetic fluorescent and HID ballasts must be installed
and operated under suitable environmental conditions and in accordance with the latest National Electrical Code, Underwriters
Laboratory Bulletins, ANSI Specifications, CSA standards, and in
accordance with OS installation instructions, where applicable. This
warranty will not apply if conditions demonstrate abnormal use or
stress, such as operating temperatures in excess of maximum rated
temperatures, under/over voltage conditions, excessive switching
cycles or operating hours, dirty or cracked sockets, or improper lamp
or ballast installation.
WARRANTY ACTIVATION / SERVICE CLAIMS
Warranty is activated after installation. Service claims can be made by
contacting 1-800-654-0089 (press “2”) to initiate the process for
problem resolution.
REPLACEMENT OF PRODUCT
OS shall correct any defects by replacing or repairing, at OS’s option,
any ballast determined to be defective under the terms of this warranty. Note: Labor costs are not reimbursed by OS.
QUESTIONS?
LIMITS OF LIABILITY
The foregoing shall constitute the sole and exclusive remedy of the
purchaser and the sole and exclusive liability of OS. NO IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS MADE OR IS TO BE IMPLIED. OS will not, under
any circumstance, whether as a result of breach of contract or warranty, tort, or otherwise,be liable for any costs or damages, including
lost profits or revenues, incidental, special or consequential damages.
OS reserves the right to examine all failed ballasts and reserves the
right to be the sole judge as to whether any ballasts are defective and
covered under this warranty. This warranty does not cover lamps
operated by the ballast.
Please call customer service at 1-800-654-0089
contact your local OSRAM SYLVANIA representative.
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RETURN OF DEFECTIVE BALLAST
After contacting OS and receiving a return AUTHORIZATION NUMBER, the purchaser may be requested to promptly return the ballast
at the purchaser’s expense to OS after receiving instructions as to if,
when and where to ship the ballast. Failure to follow this procedure
shall void this warranty.
OSRAM SYLVANIA Products, Inc. (OSI) is pleased to provide the following
warranty for the periods shown below. This warranty covers OSI’s LED Modules and
Optotronic® Power supplies or controls when installed as a system.
LED SYSTEM WARRANTY
Limited Warranty
OSI LED System Limited Warranty
OSI warrants each OSI LED Module or Optotronic‚ Power supply
or control to be free from defects in materials and workmanship,
and to operate from the date of installation (or date of manufacturer if installation date is not known or available, or verifiable)
for the time periods and subject to the Terms and Conditions
specified below. If an OSI LED module or an Optotronic‚ Power
supply or control fails to operate for the specified warranty period, OSI will provide a free replacement component in accordance with the Terms and Conditions set forth below (labor not
included).
OSRAM LED SYSTEMS FOR LIGHTING WARRANTY
LED Module
Family
Power Supply and
Control Warranty Period
LED Module
Warranty Period
BACKlight, LINEARlight,
LINEARlight Flex, (Colormix),
EFFECTlight, COINlight,
MARKERlight
60 months
60 Months
System4
Optotronic‚ OT and
OSRAM LED Lamp
Modules, Power Supply
or Controls
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
WARRANTY SERVICE CLAIMS
This warranty only applies when OSI’s OSRAM LED Lamp Module
is properly wired and installed; is operated on a suitable power
supply within the electrical values recommended by OSI; used in
lighting equipment designed and approved for the application and
in environmental conditions (temperature, humidity) within the
normal specified operating range of the system. This warranty
does not apply to any abnormal use or use in violation of any
applicable standard, code or instructions for use in installations
including those contained in the latest National Electrical Code
(NEC), the Standards for Safety of Underwriters Laboratory, Inc.
(UL), Standards for the American National Standards Institute
(ANSI) or, in Canada, the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
This warranty will not apply in the event of conditions demonstrating abnormal use or stress, including under/over
voltage/current conditions, excessive switching cycles or operating hours or outside the following recommended operating conditions:
Warranty claims can be serviced by calling OSI’s National
Customer Service & Sales Center:
• Warranty Period is based on typical 8,760 hr./yr.
operation on a continuous burning cycle of 24
hours.
• Mean operating temperature for LED Module: 25˚C
• Maximum operating temperature for LED Module:
65˚C
• Operate at rated DC Voltage
• Mean ambient operating temperature for
Optotronic‚ Power supplies and controls is 40˚C
Replacement of OSI LED Module components with LED components of other manufacturers will void the entire warranty.
Inappropriate use and selection of power supply will void the
entire warranty.
QUESTIONS?
1-800-654-0089
Fax: 866-632-9674
Email: [email protected]
If you are unsure whether a situation exists that is covered by
this warranty, please contact OSI’s National Customer Service &
Sales Center for assistance.
RETURN OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCT
After contacting OSI, the purchaser/user shall promptly return
the product after receiving instructions regarding if, when and
where to ship product. Failure to follow this procedure shall void
this warranty.
REPLACEMENT OF PRODUCT, LIMITS OF LIABILITY
The foregoing shall constitute the exclusive remedy of the purchaser and the sole liability of OSI for the OSI LED Lamp Module
component and Optotronic‚ power supply or controls. NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS MADE OR IS TO BE IMPLIED. In no event shall
OSI be liable for any other costs or damages, including lost profits or revenues, incidental, special or consequential damages.
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OSI reserves the right to examine all failed OSI Module LED and
Optotronic‚ power supply, controls and components to determine the cause of failure and patterns of usage and reserves the
right to be the sole judge as to whether any such controls or
components are defective and covered under this warranty.
Please call customer service at 1-800-654-0089
or contact your local OSRAM SYLVANIA representative.
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference Guide
These tables are intended only as guides and may represent another lamp/ballast company's most similar product rather than an identical
match. Individual manufacturer's performance values should be consulted. For a complete cross reference guide please consult our electronic
catalog at www.sylvania.com.
INCANDESCENT LAMPS
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4C7 CARD 2
4C7/W CD2
10C7 TRAY
10S11N
10S11N/F
15CAC/F-CD/2-12
--15S14/GR/CL
15T10
20T61⁄2DC/F
20T61⁄2/F
25CAC
--25CAC-CD/2-120
25GC 12PK
25G181⁄2/W
25G25
25G25/L/24
25G25/W/L/24
25G40
25G40/W
25S11/5C
25T10
30/100
30A15-130
30R20-120
40A15/CF CD2
40A15/CF/STG CD2
40A 48PK
40A/34WM
40A/34/WMP/99
40CAM CD/2
40CAC-CD/2-120
----40CAM/F CD/2
40FM/L
40GC-12PK-120
40GC/W/CD/2
40G25/L
40G25/L/24
40G25/W/L/24
40G25/W/L
40G25/W/L
40G40/CL
40G40/W
40S11N/1CARD
40S11N/1/F
40T10/F
50/150 12PK
50/150 12PK
50A/RS/CVG 24PK
60A
60A/52WM
60A/52WMP/98
60A21/B
60A21/G
60A/CL 24PK
60A/W/LL-24PK-120
4C7/BL/2PK
4C7/W/BL/2PK
10C7/CL
10S11N/CL
10S11N/IF
15B10/BL/2PK
15B10C/DL/BL
15S14/CL
15T10/CL
20T61⁄2/DC/IF
20T61⁄2/I
25B10C/DL/BL
25B10/DL/BL
25B10C/BL/2PK
25G161⁄2C
25G181⁄2/W
25G25
25G25/DL/RP
25G25/DLSW/RP
25G40
25G40/W
25S11C/P
25T10
30/100A21/W/RP
30A15
30R20
40A15/CL/FAN
40A15/SL
40A
40A/34/SS
40A/34/SS/XL
40B10/BL/2PK
40B10C/BL/2PK
40B10/DL/BL/2PK
40B10C/DL/BL
40B10/W/BL/2PK
40F/CL
40G161⁄2C
40G161⁄2/C/W/BL
40G25
40G25/DL/RP
40G25/DLSW/RP
40G25/W
40G30/W
40G40
40G40/W
40S11N/BL
40S11N/CF
40T10/IF
50/150A21/W/RP
50/150/PS25
50A/RS/SL
60A
60A/52/SS
60A/52/SS/XL
60A/CB
60A/CG
60A/CL
60A/DLSW/2PK/RP
BC-4C7
BC-4C7/W
10C7
10S11N
10S11N/IF
BC-15BA9C/LL
15BA9C/4M
15S11/14
BC-15T10 12/1PK
20T61⁄2DC/IF
20T61⁄2/IF
--BC-25B91⁄2/LL
BC25BA9C/LL
25G161⁄2C/4M
--25G25
----25G40/4M
25G40/4MW
25S11/2C
BC-25T10
30/100A/W
30A15
30R20
BC-40S14/FAN
40A/TF
40A
40A-34A/EW
40A-34A/99/EW
BC-40BA91/2/LL
BC-40BA9C/LL
40BA91/2/4M
40B101⁄2/4M
BC-40BA1/2/FLL
BC-40F15/LL
40G16 1/2 C
BC-40G161/2/WLL
40G25
--40G25/W
40G25/W
40G25/W
40G40/4M
40G40/4MW
BC40S11/N TP
40S11N/IF
BC-40T10/IF
50/150A/W
50/150T/DL
50A/RS/TF
60A
60A-52A/EW
--60A19/B
60A19/G
60A/CL
60A/WL
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INCANDESCENT LAMPS
GE
SYLVANIA
PHILIPS
60A/PL 6PK
60A/CVG 24PK
60A/GD 24PK
60A/S
60A/W 48PK
60A/Y 24PK
69A21/60WM/TS
--60CAM CD/2
60CAC CD/2 6PK
------60CAC/F CD/2
60CAM/F CD/2
--40FM/AU CD/2 6 PK
60GC
60G25 6PK 120V
----60G30/W
60G40 6PK
60G40/W 6PK
--60T10/F 24PK
65R30/FL/LL 6PK
--75R30/FL/65WM
65R30/SP/LL 6PK
75R30/SP/65WM
75A
75A/CL 24PK
75A/RS
75A/RT 6PK
75A/RS/CVG 24PK
75A/67WM
75A/67WMP/99
75R30/A
75R30/B
75R30/G
75R30/PL/1 6PK
75R30/PK
75R30/SP-1 6PK
75R30/Y
75R/FL/1-6PK-120
75ER30
--75R20 6PK
--100A21/90WM/TS 12
100A21/SBIF 60 PK
100A
--100A/RS 12PK
100A21
100A/RS/CVG
100A23/VS 24PK
100A23/20
100A/90WM
100A/90WMP/98
100A/CL 24PK
100R/FL-120
60A/GRO
60A/SL
60A/RS
60A/RS/XL
60A/W/4RP
60A/Y/RP
60A19/TS/8M/SS
60A21/TS
60B10/BL/2PK
60B10C/BL/2PK
60B10/DL/BL/2PK
60B10C/DL/BL/2PK
60B10C/F/BL/2PK
60B10C/W/BL/2PK
60B10/W/BL/2PK
60F/BL
60F/IC/BL/2PK
60G161⁄2C/BL
60G25/RP
60G25/DL/RP
60G25/DLSW/RP
60G30/W
60G40/RP
60G40/W
60K19/DR
60T10/CF
65BR30/DL/FL/RP
65BR30/FL
65BR30/FL/SS
65BR30/SP/RP
65BR30/SP/SS
75A
75A/CL
75A19/RS
75A21/RS/SL
75A21/SL/RP
75A/67/SS
75A/67/SS/XL
75BR30/A/FL/RP
75BR30/B/FL/RP
75BR30/G/FL/RP
75BR30/GRO/FL/RP
75BR30/PK/FL/RP
75BR30/SP/RP
75BR30/Y/FL/RP
75BR/FL/RP
75ER30
75K19/DR
75R20/RP
75R30/FL/SL
90A19/TS/8M/SS
100A21/1SB/IF
100A
100A/DLSW/2PK/RP
100A19/RS
100A21
100A21/RS/SL
100A21/VS
100A23/20
100A/90/SS
100A/90/SS/XL
100A/CL
100BR/FL
60A/AGRO
60A/TF
----60A/W/TP
60A/Y 120-130V
K60A19/TS/EW
K60A19/TS/EW
BC-60BA9/2/LL
BC-60BA9C/LL
60BA91/24M
60BA9C/4M
BC-60BA9 1/2/FLL
--BC-60BA9C/FLL
BC-60F15/LL
BC60F15/LL
--60G25 120V
60G25
60G25/W
--60G40/4M
60G40/4MW
60K19/DL
60T10/64/IF
65BR30/FL/LL55
65BR30/FL55
65BR30/FL55
65BR30/SP20
65BR30/SP20
75A
75A/CL
75A/RS/VS
75A/RH/TF
75A/RH/TF
75A-67A/EW
75A-67A/99/EW 120
--75BR30/PK
--75BR30/AGRO
75BR30/PK
------75ER30
75K19/DL
75R20
75BR30/FL/TF
K90A19/TS/EW
100A/1SBIF
100A
100A/W
100A/RS/VS
100A21
100A/RS/TF
100A/RS/VS
100A23/20
100A-90A/EW
100-90A/99EW
100A/CL
120BR/FL60
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INCANDESCENT LAMPS
GE
SYLVANIA
PHILIPS
100G40
100G40/W/L
120R40/FL/MI-6PK
120R40/FL/LL-6PK
120R40/SP/MI-6PK
120ER40
125R40
150A
150A/135WM
150Q21/99/IF
150A/CL 12PK
150R40/PL-1 6PK
150G40/W
200A 12PK
200/99
200/IF
200/99
200/99IF
250R40/1
----300M/99
300M/99IF
300R/FL
300M/99/IF
300M
300PAR56/MFL
300PAR56/NSP
300PAR56/WFL
300/99IF
100G40
100G40/W
120BR/FL
120BR/DL/FL/RP
120BR/SP
120ER40
125BR40
150A21
150A21/135/SS
150A21/99/XL
150A21/CL
150BR/GRO
150G40/W/RP
200A21
200CL/99/XL
200PS/IF
200PS/CL/99/XL
200PS/IF/99/XL
250BR40
250KBR38/FL
250KR38/SP
300/AX/CL
300/AX/IF
300BR/FL
300M/99/IF/XL
300/M/CL
300PAR56/MFL
300PAR56/NSP
300PAR56/WFL
300PS35/99/IF/XL
100G40/4M
100G40/4MW
120BR/FL60
--120BR/SP20
120ER40
125R40/1
150A
150A-135A/EW
150A/99
150A/CL
150BR/AGRO
150G40/W
200A (A23)
200/99
200/IF
200/99
200/99IF
250R40/1
K250PAR38/FL
K250PAR38/SP
300/2
300/2IF
300R/FL
300M/99IF
300M
300PAR56/MFL
300PAR56/NSP
300PAR56/WFL
300/99IF
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HALOGEN LAMPS
GE
----------50A/HAL
60A/HAL
60A/HAL/CL
75A/HAL
90A/HAL
60PAR16/H/SP10
60PAR16/H/FL30
75PAR16/H/SP10
75PAR16/H/FL30
50PAR20/H/FL25
50PAR20/H/SP10
50PAR30/H/FL25
50PAR30/H/SP10
50PAR30/H/FL35
50PAR30L/H/FL40
50PAR30L/H/SP10
50PAR30L/H/WFL
60PAR30/H/NSP9
60PAR30/H/FL25
75PAR30/H/SP10
75PAR30/H/FL25
75PAR20/H/FL35
75PAR30L/H/SP10
75PAR30L/H/FL25
75PAR30L/H/WFL
35PAR36/H/SP8
35PAR36/H/SP5
35PAR36/H/FL30
50PAR36/H/SP5
45PAR/H/SP10
--45PAR/H/FL25
60PAR/H/SP10
--60PAR/H/FL25
--75PAR/H/SP9
75PAR/H/FL25
90PAR/H/SP10
--90PAR/H/FL25
90PAR/H/WFL
120PAR/H/SP9
120PAR/H/FL30
Q250PAR/SP10
Q250PAR/FL30
Q500PAR56MFL
Q500PAR56NSP
Q500PAR56WFL
Q1000PAR64MFL
Q1000PAR64NSP
Q1000PAR64WFL
45PAR30/HIR/SP9XL
45PAR30/HIR/FL25XL
SYLVANIA
HALOGEN BT15
60BT15/HAL/CL/BL
60BT15/HAL/W/BL
75BT15/HAL/W/BL
100BT15/HAL/W/BL
150BT15/HAL/W/BL
CAPSYLITE MIDBREAK
52A/CAP
60A/HAL/DAY
60A/HAL/DAY/CL
75A/HAL/DAY
100A/HAL/DAY
CAPSYLITE PAR
60PAR16/CAP/NSP10
60PAR16/CAP/NFL30
75PAR16/CAP/NSP10
75PAR16/CAP/NFL30
50PAR20/HAL/SPL/NFL30
50PAR20/HAL/SPL/NSP10
50PAR30/CAP/SPL/NFL25
50PAR30/CAP/SPL/NSP9
50PAR30/HAL/SPL/FL40
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NFL30
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NSP9
50PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/WFL50
60PAR30/CAP/SPL/NSP9
60PAR30/CAP/SPL/NFL25
75PAR30/CAP/SPL/NSP9
75PAR30/CAP/SPL/NFL25
75PAR30/CAP/SPL/FL40
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NSP9
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/NFL25
75PAR30LN/CAP/SPL/WFL50
36PAR36CAPNSP13
36PAR36CAPVNSP5
36PAR36CAPWFL
50PAR36CAPNSP6
45PAR/CAP/SPL/SP9
45PAR/CAP/SPL/WSP12
45PAR/CAP/SPL/FL30
60PAR/CAP/SPL/SP9
60PAR/CAP/SPL/WSP12
60PAR/CAP/SPL/NFL25
60PAR/CAP/SPL/FL30
75PAR/CAP/SPL/SP9
75PAR/CAP/SPL/FL30
90PAR/CAP/SPL/SP9
90PAR/CAP/SPL/WSP12
90PAR/CAP/SPL/FL30
90PAR/CAP/SPL/WFL50
120PAR/CAP/SPL/SP9
120PAR/CAP/SPL/FL30
250PARCAPSPLSP10
250PARCAPSPLFL30
500PAR56QMFL
500PAR56QNSP
500PAR56QWFL
1000PAR64QMFL
1000PAR64QNSP
1000PAR64QWFL
CAPSYLITE IR PAR
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NSP9 130V
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NFL25 130V
PHILIPS
OSRAM
BC60BT15/HAL/CL
BC60BT15/HAL/W
BC75BT15/HAL/W
BC100BT15/HAL/W
BC150BT15/HAL/W
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60PAR16/HAL/NSP10
60PAR16/HAL/NFL27
----50PAR20/HAL/NFL30
50PAR20/HAL/NSP9
50PAR30/HAL/NFL30
50PAR30S/HAL/NSP10
50PAR30S/HAL/FL40
50PAR30L/HAL/NFL30
50PAR30L/HAL/NSP9
50PAR30L/HAL/WFL60
60PAR30S/HAL/NSP10
60PAR30S/HAL/NFL30
75PAR30S/HAL/SP10
75PAR30S/HAL/NFL30
75PAR30S/HAL/FL40
75PAR30L/HAL/NSP9
75PAR30L/HAL/NFL30
75PAR30L/HAL/FL40
----------45PAR38/HAL/SP12/LL
45PAR38/HAL/FL28/LL
60PAR38/HAL/NSP10/WLL
60PAR38/HAL/SP12/WLL
--60PAR38/HAL/FL28/WLL
75PAR38/HAL/SP10/WLL
75PAR38/H/FL28/WLL
--90PAR38/HAL/SP12/LL
90PAR38/HAL/FL28/LL
90PAR38/HAL/WFL60/WLL
--------500PAR56Q/MFL
500PAR56Q/NSP
500PAR56Q/WFL
1000PAR64Q/MFL
1000PAR64Q/NSP
1000PAR64Q/WFL
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HALOGEN LAMPS
GE
45PAR30/HIR/FL35XL
50PAR30/HIR/SP9
50PAR30/HIR/FL25
50PAR30/HIR/FL35
45PAR/HIR/SP12/XL
45PAR/HIR/FL40/XL
50PAR/HIR/SP9
50PAR/HIR/FL25
55PAR/HIR/SP12/XL
55PAR/HIR/FL40/XL
60PAR/HIR/SP10
60PAR/HIR/SP12
--60PAR/HIR/FL30
80PAR/HIR/SP10
80PAR/HIR/FL25
100PAR/HIR/SP10
100PAR/HIR/FL25
100PAR/HIR/FL40
Q20MR11/SP15(FTC)
Q20MR11/NFL30(FTD)
Q35MR11/NFL30(FTH)
Q35MR11/SP20(FTF)
Q20MR16/SP
Q20MR16/FL
Q35MR16CG/FL
Q50MR16/SP
--Q50MR16/FL
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Q20MR16/C/VNSP7
Q20MR16/C/FL40
--Q35MR16/C/SP20
Q35MR16/C/FL40
Q50MR16/C/NSP15
Q50MR16/C/NFL25
Q50MR16/C/FL40
Q50MR16/C/WFL55
Q71MR16/C/NSP15
Q71MR16/C/NFL25
Q71MR16/C/FL40
--------Q37MR16/HIR/CG10
Q37MR16/HIR/CG25
Q37MR16/HIR/CG40
--Q50MR16/HIR/CG10
Q50MR16/HIR/CG25
SYLVANIA
CAPSYLITE IR PAR (continued)
50PAR30/CAP/IR/FL40 130V
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NSP9
50PAR30/CAP/IR/NFL25
50PAR30/CAP/IR/FL40
50PAR/CAP/IR/SP10 130V
50PAR/CAP/IR/NFL25 130V
50PAR/CAP/IR/SP10
50PAR/CAP/IR/NFL25
55PAR38/CAP/IR/XP/SP9
55PAR38/CAP/IR/XP/FL30
60PAR/CAP/IR/SP10
60PAR/CAP/IR/WSP12
60PAR/CAP/IR/NFL25
60PAR/CAP/IR/FL30
80PAR/CAP/IR/SP10
80PAR/CAP/IR/FL25
100PAR/CAP/IR/SP10
100PAR/CAP/IR/NFL25
100PAR/CAP/IR/FL40
TRU-AIM MR11
20MR11/SP10/FTB
20MR11/FL35/FTD
35MR11/FL40/FTH
35MR11/SP10/FTE
STANDARD TRU-AIM MR16
20MR16/NSP8/ESX
20MR16/FL40/BAB
35MR16/FL40
50MR16/NSP12/EXT
50MR16/NFL25/EXZ
50MR16/FL40/EXN
65MR16/NSP10/FPA
65MR16/FL40/FPB
TRU-AIM BRILLIANT MR16
20MR16/B/FL35/C
50MR16/B/NSP11/C/EXT
50MR16/B/NFL25/EXZ
50MR16/B/FL35/C/EXN
TRU-AIM TITAN MR16
20MR16/T/NSP10/ESX
20MR16/T/FL40/BAB
35MR16/T/NSP10/FRB
35MR16/T/NFL25
35MR16/T/FL40/FMW
50MR16/T/NSP10/EXT
50MR16/T/NFL25/EXZ
50MR16/T/FL40/EXN
50MR16/T/VWFL60/FNV
65MR16/T/NSP10/FPA
65MR16/T/NFL25
65MR16/T/FL40/FPB
TRU-AIM IR MR16
20MR16/IR/SP10/C
20MR16/IR/NFL25/C
20MR16/IR/FL40/C
20MR16/IR/WFL60/C
37MR16/IR/SP10/C
37MR16/IR/NFL25/C
37MR16/IR/FL40/C
37MR16/IR/WFL60/C
50MR16/IR/SP10/C
50MR16/IR/NFL25/C
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PHILIPS
OSRAM
--50PAR30S/IRC/NSP10
50PAR30S/IRC/NFL30
50PAR30S/IRC/FL40
----50PAR38/IRC/SP12
50PAR38/IRC/FL25
----60PAR38/IRC/SP10
60PAR38/IRC/WSP12
60PAR38/IRC/FL25
------100PAR38/IRC/SP10
100PAR38/IRC/FL25
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20MRC11/SP10
20MRC11/FL30
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46890SP
46890WFL
46892WFL
46892SP
20MRC16/SP10
20MRC16/FL36
--50MRC16/SP10
50MRC16/NFL24
50MRC16/FL38
75MR16/SP10-EYF
75MR16/FL36-EYC
41860SP
41860WFL
41865WFL
41870SP
--41870WFL
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--50MRC16/SP12/A
50MRC16/NFL24/A
50MRC16/FL36
41861WFL
----41871WFL
20MRC16/CC/SP10
20MRC16/CC/FL38
------50MRC16/CC/SP10
50MRC16/CC/NFL24
50MRC16/CC/FL38
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46860SP
46860WFL
46865SP
46865FL
46865WFL
46870SP
46870FL
46870WFL
46870VWFL
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20MRC16/IRC/SP8
--20MRC16/IRC/FL36
--35MRC16/IRC/SP8
35MRC16/IRC/NFL24
35MRC16/IRC/FL36
35MRC16/IRC/WFL60
45MRC16/IRC/SP8
45MRC16/IRC/NFL24
48860SP
48860FL
48860WFL
48860VWFL
48865SP
48865FL
48865WFL
48865VWFL
48870SP
48870FL
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HALOGEN LAMPS
GE
Q50MR16/HIR/CG40
----Q100CL/DC
Q100CL/MC
Q100DC
Q150CL/DC/2V
Q150CL/DC
Q150CL/MC
Q150CL/MC/2V
Q150DC
Q150MC
Q250CL/DC
Q250CL/MC
Q250DC
Q250MC
Q100T3/CL/CD
Q150T4/CL
Q150T3/117/CL/CD
Q300T3/CL
Q500T3/CL
Q5T3/CL
Q10T3/CL
Q20T3/CL/CD
Q50T3/CL
Q75T4/CL/CD
----Q35T3/CL
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SYLVANIA
TRU-AIM IR MR16 (continued)
50MR16/IR/FL40/C
50MR16/IR/WFL60/C
SINGLE ENDED
100Q/CL/DC/64485
100Q/CL/DC/ESR
100Q/CL/MC/ESN
100Q/DC/ETD
150Q/CL/DC/1/ESP
150Q/CL/DC/ETC
150Q/CL/MC/2/ETG
150Q/CL/MC/ESL
150Q/DC/ETF
150Q/MC/ETH
250Q/CL/DC/ESS
250Q/CL/MC/EHT
250Q/DC/ETB
250Q/MC/ESM
DOUBLE ENDED
100T3Q/CL
150T3Q/S/CL
150T3Q/CL
300T3Q/CL
500T3Q/CL
BIPIN
5T3Q/CL
10T3Q/CL
20T3Q/CL
50T4Q/CL
75T4Q/CL/RP
10T3Q/CL/AX
20T3Q/CL/AX
35T4Q/CL/AX
50T4Q/CL/AX
75T4Q/CL/AX
90T4Q/CL/AX
AR 70 & AR111
20AR70/SP8
20AR70/FL25
50AR70/SP8
50AR70/FL25
35AR111/SSP4
50AR111SSP4
50AR111/SP8
50AR111/FL25
75AR111/SP8
75AR111/FL25
75AR111/WFL45
100AR111/SP8
100AR111/FL25
100AR111/WFL45
PHILIPS
OSRAM
45MRC16/IRC/FL36
45MRC16/IRC/WFL60
48870WFL
48870VWFL
--100Q/CL/DC ESR
100Q/CL ESN
----150Q/CL/DC ETC
150Q/CL
--150Q/DC
150Q ETH
250Q/CL/DC ESS
250Q/CL EHT
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BC100T3Q/CL/TP
BC150T3Q/CL/TP
--300T3Q/P/CL
500T3Q/P/CL
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5W/12V/CAPSULE
----50W/12V/CAPSULE
--10W/12V/CAPSULE
20W/12V/CAPSULE
35W/12V/CAPSULE
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64405S
64415
64425
64440
--64415S
64425S
64432S
64440S
64450S
64458S
15ALR18/NSP6-GBA
--50ALR18/SP10-GBJ
50ALR18/NFL22-GBK
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41970 SP USA
41970 FL USA
41990 SP USA
41990 FL USA
41830 SSP
41835 NSP 12V 50W
41835 SP 12V 50W
41835 FL 12V 50W
41840 SP 12V 75W
41840 FL 12V 75W
41840 WFL 12V 75W
41850 SP 12V 100W
41850 FL 12V 100W
41850 WFL 12V 100W
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HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE LAMPS - METAL HALIDE
GE
CMH39/TC/U/830/G8.5
CMH70/TC/U/830/G8.5
CMH39/T/U/830/G12
CMH70UT830G12
CMH150TU830G12
CMH70TU942G12
CMH150TU942G12
CMH70/TD/830/RX7S
CMH150/TD/830/RX7S
CMH70/U/830/MED
CMH70/C/U/830/MED
CMH100/U/830/MED
CMH100/C/U/830/MED
----CMH39/PAR20/SP10
CMH39/PAR20/FL25
CMH39/PAR30L/830/SP10
CMH39/PAR30L/830/FL25
CMH70/U/PAR30L/830SP
CMH70/U/PAR30L/830FL
CMH70/PAR38/830SP15
CMH70/PAR38/830/FL25
CMH70/PAR38/830/WF
CMH100/PAR38/830/S15
CMH100/PAR38/830/F25
CMH100/PAR38/830/W
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MXR50/U/MED/O
MXR50/C/U/MED/O
MXR70/U/MED/O
MXR70/C/U/MED/O
MXR100/U/MED/O
MXR100/C/U/MED/O
MXR150/U/MED/O
MXR150/C/U/MED/O
MVR175CVBUMEDPA
MVR175VBUVBUPA
MVR175/VBU/PA
MVR175/C/VBU/PA
----MVR250/VBU/PA
MVR250/C/VBU/PA
----MVR320VBU/XHO/PA
MVR320/VBU/HO/PA
MVR320/C/VBU/XHOPA
MVR320/C/VBU/HOPA
MPR320/C/VBUXHOPA
MPR350/C/VBU/PA
MPR320/VBU/XHOPA
MPR400/VBU/SHO/PA
MPR400/C/VBU/XHOPA
MPR350C/VBU/PA
SYLVANIA
METALARC CERAMIC
MC39TC/U/G8.5/830
MC70TC/U/G8.5/830
MC39T6/U/G12/830
MC70T6/U/G12/830
MC150T7.5/U/G12/830
MC70T6/U/G12/940
MC150T6/U/G12/940
MC70T6/DE/830
MC150T7.5/DE/830
MCP70/U/MED/830
MCP70/C/U/MED/830
MCP100/U/MED/830
MCP100/C/U/MED/830
MCP150/U/MED/830
MCP150/C/U/MED/830
MCP39PAR20/U/830/SP
MCP39PAR20/U/830/FL
MCP39PAR30LN/U/830/SP
MCP39PAR30LN/U/830/FL
MCP70PAR30LN/U/830/SP
MCP70PAR30LN/U/830/FL
MCP70PAR38/U/SP/830/ECO
MCP70PAR38/U/FL/830/ECO
MCP70PAR38/U/VWFL/830/ECO
MCP100PAR38/U/SP/830/ECO
MCP100PAR38/U/FL/830/ECO
MCP100PAR38/U/VWFL/830/ECO
MCP150PAR38/U/SP/830/ECO
MCP150PAR38/U/FL/830/ECO
MCP150PAR38/U/VWFL/830/ECO
MCP250/PS/BU-ONLY/940
MCP250/C/PS/BU-ONLY/940
METALARC PULSE START
MP50/U/MED
MP50/C/U/MED
MP70/U/MED
MP70/C/U/MED
MP100/U/MED
MP100/C/U/MED
MP150/U/MED
MP150/C/U/MED
MS175/C/PS/BU-ONLY/MED
MS175/PS/BU-ONLY/MED
MS175/PS/BU-ONLY
MS175/C/PS/BU-ONLY
MS200/PS/BU-ONLY
MS200/C/PS/BU-ONLY
MS250/PS/BU-ONLY
MS250/C/PS/BU-ONLY
MP250/PS/BU-ONLY
MP250/C/PS/BU-ONLY
MS320/PS/BU-HOR
MS320/PS/BU-HOR
MS320/C/PS/BU-HOR
MS320/C/PS/BU-HOR
MP320/350/C/PS/BU-ONLY/BT28
MP320/350/C/PS/BU-ONLY/BT28
MP320/350/PS/BU-ONLY/BT28
MP350/400/PS/BU-ONLY
MP350/400/C/PS/BU-ONLY
MP350/400/C/PS/BU-ONLY
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PHILIPS
CDM35/TC/830
CDM70/TC/830
CDM35/T6/830
CDM70/T6/830
CDM150/T6/830
CDM70T6942
CDM150T6942
CDM70/TD/830
CDM150/TD/830
MHC70/U/MP/3K/ALTO
MHC70/C/U/MP/3K/ALTO
MHC100/U/MP/3K/ALTO
MHC100/C/U/MP/3K/ALTO
MHC150/U/MP/3K/ALTO
MHC150/C/U/MP/3K/ALTO
CDM35/PAR20/M/SP
CDM35PAR20MFL
CDM35/PAR30L/M/SP
CDM35/PAR30L/M/FL
CDMP70/PAR30L/M/SP
CDM70/PAR30L/M/FL
CDM70/PAR38/SP/3K
CDM70/PAR38/FL/3K
CDM70/PAR38/WFL/3K
CDM100/PAR38/SP/3K
CDM100/PAR38/FL/3K
CDM100/PAR38/WFL/3K
------------------------------MS175/BU/PS
------MS250/BU/PS
------MS320/U/PS
MS320/U/PS
MS320/C/U/PS
MS320/C/U/PS
------MP400/BU/PS
MP400/C/BU/PS
MP400/C/BU/PS
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference (continued)
HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE LAMPS - METAL HALIDE
GE
MVR400VBUHOPA
MVR400/C/VBU/PA
MVR400CVBUHOPA
MVR750/VBU/PA
MVR750/C/VBU/PA
--MVR150/U/WM
MVR360/VBU/STB/WM
MVR360/C/VBU/STB/WM
MPR360/VBU/WM/O
--MVR175/HOR
MVR175/C/HOR
MVR250/HOR
MVR250/C/HOR
MVR400/VBU
MVR400/C/VBU
MVR400/SP30/VBU
MVR400/VBU/BT28
MVR400/HOR/BT28
MVR400/HOR/MOG
MVR400/C/HOR/MOG
MVR1000/VBU
MVR1000/C/VBU
--MVR175/U/MED
MVR175/C/U/MED
MVR175/U
MVR175/C/U
--MVR175/SP30/U
MVR250/U
MVR250/C/U
--MVR250/SP30/U
--MVR400/U
MVR400/C/U
MVR400/U/ED28
MVR400/C/U/ED28
--MPR400/VBU/O
MPR400/C/VBU/O
MVR1000/U
MVR1000/C/U
MVR1000/U/BT37
MPR1000VBUO
MVR1500/HBU
MVR1500/U/SPORTS
SPL1500/L/H/652
MQI2000/T9/40
MVT400/VBU
MVT400/C/VBU
SYLVANIA
PHILIPS
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METALARC PULSE START (continued)
MS400/PS/BU-ONLY
MS400/BU/PS
MS400/C/PS/BU-ONLY
MS400/C/BU/PS
MS400/C/PS/BU-ONLY
MS400/C/BU/PS
MS750/PS/BU-HOR/BT37
--MS750/C/PS/BU-HOR/BT37
--M1000/PS/U/BT37
MS1000/BU/BT37/PS
METALARC SUPER SAVER
M150/SS/U/BT-28
--MS360/SS/BU-HOR
MS360/BU/EW
MS360/C/SS/BU-HOR
MS360/C/BU/EW
MSP360/SS/BU-ONLY
MP360BU/EW
MS360/SS/BU-ONLY/ED28
--METALARC SUPER
MS175/HOR
MS175/HOR
MS175/C/HOR
MS175/C/HOR
MS250/HOR
MS250/HOR
MS250/C/HOR
MS250/C/HOR
MS400/BU-ONLY
MS400/BU
MS400/C/BU-ONLY
MS400/C/BU
MS400/3K/BU-ONLY
MS400/3K/BU
MS400/BU-ONLY/BT28
MS400/BU/ED28
MS400/HOR/BT28
MH400/U/ED28
MS400/HOR
MS400/HOR
MS400/C/HOR
MS400/C/HOR
MS1000/BU-ONLY
MS1000/BU
MS1000/C/BU-ONLY
MS1000/C/BU
MS1000/BD-ONLY
MS1000/BD
METALARC STANDARD &
METALARC PRO-TECH
M175/U/MED
MH175/U/M
M175/C/U/MED
MH175/C/U/M
M175/U
MH175/U
M175/C/U
MH175/C/U
MP175/BU-ONLY
MP175/BU
M175/3K/BU-ONLY
MH175/3K/BU
M250/U
MH250/U
M250/C/U
MH250/C/U
M250/U/ET18
MH250/T15
M250/3K/BU-ONLY
MH250/3K/BU
MP250/BU-ONLY
MP250/BU
M400/U
MH400/U
M400/C/U
MH400/C/U
M400/U/BT28
MH400/U/ED28
M400/C/U/BT28
--M400/U/ET18
MH400/T15
MP400/BU-ONLY
MP400/BU
MP400/C/BU-ONLY
MP400/C/BU
M1000/U
MH1000/U
M1000/C/U
MH1000/C/U
M1000/U/BT37
MH1000/U/BT37
MP1000/BU-ONLY
MP1000/BU
M1500/BU-HOR
MH1500/BU
M1500/BD
MH1500/BD
METALARC BRITELINE
M1500T7/DE
--M2000T9/DE
--METALARC SAFELINE
MT400/BU-ONLY
MHT400/U
MT400/C/BU-ONLY
MHT400/C/U
C
R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference Guide (continued)
HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE LAMPS - HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM
GE
ARC70TDUVC730
ARC70TDUVC743
ARC150TDUVC742
ARC150/T/U/840/G12
--LU70/ECO/NC
LU100/ECO/NC
LU150/ECO/NC
LU200/ECO/NC
LU250/EC0/NC
--LU400/EC0/NC
LU35/MED
LU35/D/MED
LU50/MED
LU50/D/MED
LU50
LU50/D
LU70/MED
LU70/D/MED
LU70ECO
LU70/D
LU100/MED
LU100/D/MED
LU100ECO
LU100/D
LU150/MED
LU150/D/MED
LU150/55/ECO
LU150/55/D
LU150/100
LU200/ECO
LU250/ECO
LU250/D
LU310
LU400/D
LU400/ECO
LU750
LU1000
C
R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
LU70/SBY/XL
LU100/SBY/XL
LU150/55/SBY/XL
LU250/SBY/XL
LU200/SBY/XL
LU400/SBY/XL
LU1000/SBY/XL
LUH150/EZ
LUH215/EZ
LUH360/EZ
SYLVANIA
DOUBLE-ENDED HQI
HQI-DE70/WDX
HQI-DE70/NDX
HQI-DE150/NDX
SINGLE-ENDED HQI
HQI-SE 150/NDX
LUMALUX PLUS / ECO
LU50/PLUS/ECO
LU70/PLUS/ECO
LU100/PLUS/ECO
LU150/55/PLUS/ECO
LU200/PLUS/ECO
LU250/PLUS/ECO
LU310/PLUS/ECO
LU400/PLUS/ECO
LUMALUX STANDARD & ECOLOGIC
LU35/MED
LU35/D/MED
LU50/MED
LU50/D/MED
LU50/ECO
LU50/D
LU70/MED
LU70/D/MED
LU70/ECO
LU70/D
LU100/MED
LU100/D/MED
LU100/ECO
LU100/D
LU150/55/MED
LU150/55/D/MED
LU150/55/ECO
LU150/55/D
LU150/100
LU200/ECO
LU250/ECO
LU250/D
LU310/ECO
LU400/D
LU400/ECO
LU750
LU1000
LUMALUX STANDBY
LU70/SBY
LU100/SBY
LU150/55/SBY
LU250/SBY
LU200/100/SBY
LU400/SBY
LU1000/SBY
UNALUX
ULX150
ULX215
ULX360
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PHILIPS
--MHN70/TD/840
MHN150/TD/840
------------------C35S76/M
C35S76/D/M
C50S68/M
C50S68/D/M
C50S68/ALTO
C50S68/D/ALTO
C70S62/M
C70S62/D/M
C70S62/ALTO
C70S62/D/ALTO
C100S54/M
C100S54/D/M
C100S54/ALTO
C100S54/D/ALTO
C150S55/M
C150S55/D/M
C150S55/ALTO
C150S55/D/ALTO
C150S56
C200S66/ALTO
C250S50/ALTO
C250S50/D/ALTO
C310S67
C400S51/D/ALTO
C400S51/ALTO
--C1000S52/ALTO
C70S62/2
C100S54/2
C150S55/2
C250S50/2
--C400S51/2
C1000S52/2
C150S63/Retrolux
C215S65/Retrolux
C360S64/Retrolux
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference (continued)
HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE LAMPS - LOW PRESSURE SODIUM
GE
SOX-18
SOX-55
SOX-90
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SYLVANIA
PHILIPS
SOX LOW PRESSURE SODIUM
SOX18
SOX55
SOX90
SOX180
SOX-E18
SOX55
SOX99
SOX180
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HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE LAMPS - MERCURY
GE
HR40/50DX45-46
HR75DX43
HR100DX38/MED
HR100RDXFL38
HR100A38
HR100DX38
HR175RFL39
HR175A39
HR175DX39
HR250A37
HR250DX37
HR400A33
HR400DX33
HR1000A36
HR1000DX36
HR1000DX34
HT400DX33
SYLVANIA
STANDARD MERCURY VAPOR
H45/46DL-40/50/DX
H43AV-75/DX
H38AV-100/DX
H38BP-100/DX
H38HT-100
H38JA-100/DX
H39BP-175/DX
H39KB-175
H39KC-175/DX
H37KB-250
H37KC-250/DX
H33CD-400
H33GL-400/DX
H36GV-1000
H36GW-1000/DX
H34GW-1000/DX
MERCURY VAPOR SAFELINE
H33GL-T400/DX
PHILIPS
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H46DL-40-50/DX
H43AV-75/DX
H38MP-100/DX
H38BP-100/DX
H38HT-100
H38JA-100/DX
H39BM-175
H39KB-175
H39KC-175/DX
H37KB-250
H37KC-250/DX
H33CD-400
H33GL-400/DX
H36GV-1000
H36GW-1000/DX
H34GW-1000/DX
H33GL-T400/DX
C
R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference Guide (continued)
FLUORESCENT LAMPS
C
R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
GE
SYLVANIA
PHILIPS
F17T8/SPX30/ECO
F17T8/SPX35/ECO
F17T8/SPX41/ECO
--------------F25T8/SPX30/ECO
F25T8/SPX35/ECO
F25T8/SPX41/ECO
--------------F28T8SP30UMX/ECO
F28T8SP35UMX/ECO
F28T8SP41UMX/ECO
F32T8XL/SP30/IS/WM/ECO
F32T8XL/SP35/IS/WM/ECO
F32T8XL/SP41/IS/WM/ECO
F32T8/SP30/ECO
F32T8/SP35/ECO
F32T8/SP41/ECO
F32T8/SP50/ECO
F32T8/SP65/ECO
F32T8/XL/SP30/ECO
F32T8/XL/SP35/ECO
F32T8/XL/SP41/ECO
--F32T8/SPX30/ECO
F32T8/SPX35/ECO
F32T8/SPX41/ECO
F32T8/SPX50/ECO
--F32T8/XL/SPX30/ECO
F32T8/XL/SPX35/ECO
F32T8/XL/SPX41/ECO
F32T8/XL/SPX50/ECO
F32T8/XL/SPX65/ECO
F32T8SXL/SPX30/ECO
F32T8SXL/SPX35/ECO
F32T8SXL/SPX41/ECO
F32T8/XL/SPX30/HLEC
F32T8/XL/SPX35/HLEC
F32T8/XL/SPX41/HLEC
F40T8/SPX30
F40T8/SPX35
F40T8/SPX41
------F96T8/XL/SP30/WM
F96T8/XL/SP35/WM
F96T8/XL/SP41/WM
F96T8/SPX30
OCTRON
FO17/830/ECO
FO17/835/ECO
FO17/841/ECO
FO17/830/XP/ECO
FO17/835/XP/ECO
FO17/841/XP/ECO
FO17/865/XP/ECO
FO17/830XPS/ECO
FO17/835XPS/ECO
FO17/841XPS/ECO
FO25/830/ECO
FO25/835/ECO
FO25/841/ECO
FO25/830/XP/ECO
FO25/835/XP/ECO
FO25/841/XP/ECO
FO25/865/XP/ECO
FO25/830XPS/ECO
FO25/835XPS/ECO
FO25/841XPS/ECO
FO28/830XP/SS/ECO
FO28/835XP/SS/ECO
FO28/841XP/SS/ECO
FO30/830XP/SS/ECO
FO30/835XP/SS/ECO
FO30/841XP/SS/ECO
FO32/730/ECO
FO32/735/ECO
FO32/741/ECO
FO32/750/ECO
FO32/765/ECO
FO32/730/XP/ECO
FO32/735/XP/ECO
FO32/741/XP/ECO
FO32/750/XP/ECO
FO32/830/ECO
FO32/835/ECO
FO32/841/ECO
FO32/850/ECO
FO32/827/XP/ECO
FO32/830/XP/ECO
FO32/835/XP/ECO
FO32/841/XP/ECO
FO32/850/XP/ECO
FO32/865/XP/ECO
------FO32/830XPS/ECO
FO32/835XPS/ECO
FO32/841XPS/ECO
FO40/830/ECO
FO40/835/ECO
FO40/841/ECO
FO40/830/XP/ECO
FO40/835/XP/ECO
FO40/841/XP/ECO
FO96/830XP/SS/ECO
FO96/835XP/SS/ECO
FO96/841XP/SS/ECO
FO96/830/ECO
F17T8/TL830
F17T8/TL835
F17T8/TL841
------F17T8/TL865 PLUS
------F25T8/TL830
F25T8/TL835
F25T8/TL841
------F25T8/TL865 PLUS
------------F32T8/ADV830/EW/ALTO
F32T8/ADV835/EW/ALTO
F32T8/ADV841/EW/ALTO
F32T8/TL730/ALTO
F32T8/TL735/ALTO
F32T8/TL741/ALTO
F32T8/TL750/ALTO
--F32T8/TL730 PLUS/ALTO
F32T8/TL735 PLUS/ALTO
F32T8/TL741 PLUS/ALTO
F32T8/TL750 PLUS/ALTO
F32T8/TL830/ALTO
F32T8/TL835/ALTO
F32T8/TL841/ALTO
F32T8/TL850/ALTO
--F32T8/TL830 PLUS/ALTO
F32T8/TL835 PLUS/ALTO
F32T8/TL841 PLUS/ALTO
F32T8/TL850 PLUS/ALTO
F32T8/TL865 PLUS/ALTO
------F32T8/ADV830/ALTO
F32T8/ADV835/ALTO
F32T8/ADV841/ALTO
F40T8/TL830/ALTO
F40T8/TL835/ALTO
F40T8/TL841/ALTO
------------F96T8/TL830
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference (continued)
FLUORESCENT LAMPS
GE
F96T8/SPX35
F96T8/SPX41
F96T8/SPX50
F96T8/XL/SPX30
F96T8/XL/SPX35
F96T8/XL/SPX41
F96T8/XL/SPX50
F96T8/SPX30/HO
F96T8/SPX35/HO
F96T8/SPX41/HO
--------------F31T8/SPX30/U
F31T8/SPX35/U
F31T8/SPX41/U
------------F32T8/SPX30/U/6
F32T8/SPX35/U/6
F32T8/SPX41/U/6
------F14/T5/830
F14/T5/835
F14/T5/841
F21/T5/830
F21/T5/835
F21/T5/841
F28/T5/830
F28/T5/835
F28/T5/841
F35/T5/830
F35/T5/835
F35/T5/841
F24/T5/830/HO
F24/T5/835/HO
F24/T5/841/HO
F39/T5/830/HO
F39/T5/835/HO
F39/T5/841/HO
F54/T5/830/HO
F54/T5/835/HO
F54/T5/841/HO
F80/T5/830/HO
F80/T5/835/HO
F80/T5/841/HO
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SYLVANIA
OCTRON (continued)
FO96/835/ECO
FO96/841/ECO
FO96/850/ECO
FO96/830/XP/ECO
FO96/835/XP/ECO
FO96/841/XP/ECO
FO96/850/XP/ECO
--FO96/835/HO
FO96/841/HO
OCTRON CURVALUME
FBO16/830
FBO16/835
FBO16/841
FBO16/865/XP
FBO24/830
FBO24/835
FBO24/841
FBO31/830
FBO31/835
FBO31/841
FBO31/830/XP/ECO
FBO31/835/XP/ECO
FBO31/841/XP/ECO
FBO30/830/XP/SS/ECO
FBO30/835/XP/SS/ECO
FBO30/841/XP/SS/ECO
FBO32/830/6/ECO
FBO32/835/6/ECO
FBO32/841/6/ECO
FBO32/830/6/XP/ECO
FBO32/835/6/XP/ECO
FBO32/841/6/XP/ECO
PENTRON & PENTRON HO
FP14/830/ECO
FP14/835/ECO
FP14/841/ECO
FP21/830/ECO
FP21/835/ECO
FP21/841/ECO
FP28/830/ECO
FP28/835/ECO
FP28/841/ECO
FP35/830/ECO
FP35/835/ECO
FP35/841/ECO
FP24/830/HO/ECO
FP24/835/HO/ECO
FP24/841/HO/ECO
FP39/830/HO/ECO
FP39/835/HO/ECO
FP39/841/HO/ECO
FP54/830/HO/ECO
FP54/835/HO/ECO
FP54/841/HO/ECO
FP80/830/HO/ECO
FP80/835/HO/ECO
FP80/841/HO/ECO
PENTRON CIRCLINE
FPC22/830
FPC22/835
PHILIPS
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F96T8/TL835
F96T8/TL841
F96T8/TL850
F96T8/TL830PLUS/ALTO
F96T8/TL835PLUS/ALTO
F96T8/TL841PLUS/ALTO
F96T8/TL850PLUS/ALTO
F96T8/TL830/HO
F96T8/TL835/HO
F96T8/TL841/HO
--------------------------------FB32T8/830/6/ALTO
FB32T8/835/6/ALTO
FB32T8/841/6/ALTO
------F14T5/830
F14T5/835
F14T5/841
F21T5/830
F21T5/835
F21T5/841
F28T5/830
F28T5/835
F28T5/841
F35T5/830
F35T5/835
F35T5/841
F24T5/830/HO/ALTO
F24T5/835/HO
F24T5/841/HO
F39T5/830/HO
F39T5/835/HO
F39T5/841/HO
F54T5/830/HO/ALTO
F54T5/835/HO/ALTO
F54T5/841/HO/ALTO
F80T5/830/HO
--F80T5/841/HO
C
R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
FC9T5/830
FC9T5/835
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference Guide (continued)
FLUORESCENT LAMPS
GE
--------------F34/SP30/RS/WM/ECO
F34/SP35/RS/WM/ECO
F34/SP41/RS/WM/ECO
F34/SPX30/RS/WM/ECO
F34/SPX35/RS/WM/ECO
F34/SPX41/RS/WM/ECO
F40/SP30/RS/ECO
F40/SP35/RS/ECO
F40/SP41/RS/ECO
F40/SPX30/RS/ECO
F40/SPX35/RS/ECO
F40/SPX41/RS/ECO
F40/XL/SP30, 35, 41
F40/XL/SPX30, 35, 41
F40/SP30/U/3
F40/SP41/U/3
------F40/SP30/U/6
F40/SP35/U/6
F40/SP41/U/6
F40/SPX30/U/6
F40/SPX35/U/6
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C
R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
F96T12/SP35/WMP
F96T12/SP30/WM/ECO
F96T12/SP35/WM/ECO
F96T12/SP41/WM/ECO
F96T12/SPX30/WM/ECO
F96T12/SPX35/WM/ECO
F96T12/SPX41/WM/ECO
F96T12/XL/SP35/WM
F96T12/XL/SP41/WM
F96T12/SP30/ECO
F96T12/SP35/ECO
F96T12/SP41/ECO
F96T12/SPX30/ECO
F96T12/SPX35/ECO
F96T12/SPX41/ECO
F96T12/XL/SP35, 41
F96T12/XL/SPX35, 41, 50
F72T12/SPX30/HO
--F96T12/SP35/HO/WM
F96T12/SP41/HO/WM
F96T12/SPX830/HO/WM
F96T12/SPX35/HO/WM
F96T12/SPX41/HO/WM
SYLVANIA
PENTRON CIRCLINE (continued)
FPC22/841
FPC40/830
FPC40/835
FPC40/841
FPC55/830/HO
FPC55/835/HO
FPC55/841/HO
F40 TYPES (STD & SS)
F34/D30/SS/ECO
F34/D35/SS/ECO
F34/D41/SS/ECO
F34/D830/SS/ECO
F34/D835/SS/ECO
F34/D841/SS/ECO
F40/D30/ECO
F40/D35/ECO
F40/D41/ECO
F40/D830/ECO
F40/D835/ECO
F40/D841/ECO
----CURVALUME® 3"
----CURVALUME® 6"
FB34/D30/6/SS
FB34/D35/6/SS
FB34/D41/6/SS
FB40/D30/6
FB40/D30/6
FB40/D41/6
FB40/D830/6
----SLIMLINE
--F96T12/D30/SS/ECO
F96T12/D35/SS/ECO
F96T12/D41/SS/ECO
F96T12/D830/SS/ECO
F96T12/D835/SS/ECO
F96T12/D841/SS/ECO
----F96T12/D30/ECO
F96T12/D35/ECO
F96T12/D41/ECO
F96T12/D830/ECO
F96T12/D835/ECO
F96T12/D841/ECO
----HIGH OUTPUT
F72T12/D830/HO
--F96T12/D35/HO/SS
F96T12/D41/HO/SS
F96T12/D830/HO/SS
F96T12/D835/HO/SS
F96T12/D841/HO/SS
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PHILIPS
FC9T5/841
FC12T5/830
FC12T5/835
FC12T5/841
------F34/SPEC30/RS/EW/ALTO
F34/SPEC35/RS/EW/ALTO
F34/SPEC41/RS/EW/ALTO
F34/30U/RS/EW/ALTO
F34/35URS/EW/ALTO
F34/41U/RS/EW/ALTO
F40/SPEC30/RS/ALTO
F40/SPEC35/RS/ALTO
F40/SPEC41/RS/ALTO
F40/30U/RS/ALTO
F40/35URS/ALTO
F40/41U/RS/ALTO
--------FB34/SPEC30/6/EW/ALTO
FB34/SPEC35/6/EW/ALTO
FB34/SPEC41/6/EW/ALTO
FB40/SPEC30/6/ALTO
FB40/SPEC35/6/ALTO
FB40/SPEC41/6/ALTO
FB40/30U/6/ALTO
FB40/35U/6/ALTO
FB40/41U/6/ALTO
--F96T12/SPEC30/EW/ALTO
F96T12/SPEC35/EW/ALTO
F96T12/SPEC41/EW/ALTO
F96T12/30U/EW/ALTO
F96T12/35U/EW/ALTO
F96T12/41U/EW/ALTO
----F96T12/SPEC30/ALTO
F96T12/SPEC35/ALTO
F96T12/SPEC41/ALTO
F96T12/30U/ALTO
F96T12/35U/ALTO
F96T12/41U/ALTO
-----F72T12/30U/HO
F96T12/SPEC30/HO/EW
F96T12/SPEC35/HO/EW
F96T12/SPEC41/HO/EW
F96T12/30U/HO/EW
F96T12/35U/HO/EW
F96T12/41U/HO/EW
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FLUORESCENT LAMPS
GE
F96T12/SP30/HO
F96T12/SP35/HO
F96T12/SP41/HO
F96T12/SPX830/HO
F96T12/SPX35/HO
F96T12/SPX41/HO
F24"T8/CW/4
F26"T8/CW/4
F28"T8/CW/4
F30"T8/CW/4
--F25T12/SP30/RS/WM
F25T12/SP35/RS/WM
F30T12/SP35/RS
F30T12/SP41/RS
F30T12/SPX30/RS
F30T12/SPX35/RS
SYLVANIA
HIGH OUTPUT (continued)
F96T12/D30/HO
F96T12/D35/HO
F96T12/D41/HO
F96T12/D830/HO
F96T12/D835/HO
F96T12/D841/HO
APPLIANCE
F18T8CW/K24
F18T8CW/K26
F18T8CW/K28
F18T8CW/K30
F18T8/D/K26
OTHER RAPID START
F25T12/D30/RS/SS
F25T12/D35/RS/SS
F30T12/D35/RS
F30T12/D41/RS
F30T12/D830/RS
F30T12/D835/RS
PHILIPS
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F96T12/SPEC35/HO
F96T12/SPEC41/HO
F96T12/30U/HO
F96T12/35U/HO
F96T12/41U/HO
F15T8/CW/24
F16T8/CW/26
F17T8/CW/28
F18T8/CW/30
------F30T12/SPEC35/RS
F30T12/SPEC41/RS
F30T12/30U/RS
F30T12/35U/RS
C
R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference Guide (continued)
COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
GE
F5BX/SPX27/827
F5BX/SPX41/840
F7BX/SPX27/827
F7BX/SPX35/835
F7BX/SPX41/840
F7BX/SPX50/850
F9BX/SPX27/827
F9BX/SPX35/835
F9BX/SPX41/840
F9BX/SPX50
------F13BX/SPX27/827
F13BX/SPX30/830
F13BX/SPX35/835
F13BX/SPX41/84
F13BX/SPX50
F13BX/E/830, 835, 841, 850
F13BX/BLUE
F13BX/GREEN
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C
R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
F9DBX23T4/SPX27/827
----F9DBX23T4/SPX41
F13DBX23T4/SPX27
F13DBXT4/SPX27 (G24d-1)
F13DBX23T4/SPX30
F13DBXT4/SPX30 (G24d-1)
F13DBX23T4/SPX35
F13DBXT4/SPX35 (G24d-1)
F13DBX23T4/SPX41
F13DBXT4/SPX41 (G24d-1)
F18DBXT4/SPX27
F18DBXT4/SPX30
F18DBXT4/SPX35
F18DBXT4/SPX41
--F26DBXT4/SPX27
F26DBXT4/SPX30
F26DBXT4/SPX35
F26DBXT4/SPX41
F26DBXT4/E/827
F26DBXT4/E/830
F26DBXT4/E/835
F26DBXT4/E/841
--F13DBX/SPX27/4P
F13DBX/SPX30/4P
SYLVANIA
DULUX S - 2 PIN
CF5DS/827 (ECO)
CF5DS/841 (ECO)
CF7DS/827 (ECO)
CF7DS/835 (ECO)
CF7DS/841 (ECO)
CF7DS/850 (ECO)
CF9DS/827 (ECO)
CF9DS/835 (ECO)
CF9DS/841 (ECO)
CF9DS/850 (ECO)
CF9DS/BLUE
CF9DS/GREEN
CF9DS/RED
CF13DS/827 (ECO)
CF13DS/830 (ECO)
CF13DS/835 (ECO)
CF13DS/841 (ECO)
CF13DS/850 (ECO)
CFT13/DS/EC/827, 835, 841
--CF13DS/GREEN
DULUX S/E - 4 PIN
CF5DS/E/827
CF5DS/E/841
CF7DS/E/827
CF7DS/E/841
CF9DS/E/827
CF9DS/E/841
CF13DS/E/827
CF13DS/E/830
CF13DS/E/841
DULUX D - 2 PIN
CF9DD/827 (ECO)
CF9DD/830 (ECO)
CF9DD/835 (ECO)
--CF13DD/827 (ECO)
--CF13DD/830 (ECO)
--CF13DD/835 (ECO)
--CF13DD/841 (ECO)
--CF18DD/827 (ECO)
CF18DD/830 (ECO)
CF18DD/835 (ECO)
CF18DD/841 (ECO)
--CF26DD/827 (ECO)
CF26DD/830 (ECO)
CF26DD/835 (ECO)
CF26DD/841 (ECO)
--------DULUX D/E - 4 PIN
--CF13DD/E/827 (ECO)
CF13DD/E/830 (ECO)
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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PHILIPS
PL-S 5W/827
--PL-S 7W/827
PL-S 7W/835
PL-S 7W/841
PL-S 7W/850
PL-S 9W/827
PL-S 9W/835
PL-S 9W/841
PL-S 9W/850
------PL-S 13W/827
PL-S 13W/830
PL-S 13W/835
PL-S 13W/841
PL-S 13W/850
--------------------------------PL-C 13W/827/USA/ALTO
PL-C 13W/827/ALTO (G24d-1)
PL-C 13W/830/USA/ALTO
PL-C 13W/830/ALTO (G24d-1)
PL-C 13W/835/USA/ALTO
--PL-C 13W/841/USAALTO
--PL-C 18W/827/ALTO
PL-C 18W/830/ALTO
PL-C 18W/835/ALTO
PL-C 18W/841/ALTO
PL-C 15mm/22W/827
PL-C 26W/827/ALTO
PL-C 26W/830/ALTO
PL-C 26W/835/ALTO
PL-C 26W/841/ALTO
--------PL-C 15mm/28W/827
PL-C 13W/827/4P/ALTO
PL-C 13W/830/4P/ALTO
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference (continued)
COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
GE
F13DBX/SPX35/4P
F13DBX/SPX41/4P
F18DBX/SPX27/4PL
F18DBX/SPX30/4PL
F18DBX/SPX35/4PL
F18DBX/SPX41/4PL
F26DBXT4/SPX27/4P
F26DBXT4/SPX30/4P
F26DBX/SPX35/4P
F26DBX/SPX41/4P
----------------F13TBX/SPX27/A/4P
F13TBX/SPX30/A/4P
F13TBX/SPX35/A/4P
F13TBX/SPX41/A/4P
F18TBX/SPX27/A/4P
F18TBX/SPX30/A/4P
F18TBX/SPX35/A/4P
F18TBX/SPX41/A/4P
F26TBX/SPX27/A/4P
F26TBX/SPX30/A/4P
F26TBX/SPX35/A/4P
F26TBX/SPX41/A/4P
F32TBX/SPX27/A/4P
F32TBX/SPX30/A/4P
F32TBX/SPX35/A/4P
F32TBX/SPX41/A/4P
F42TBX/827/A/4P/EOL
F42QBX/SPX27/A/4P
F42TBX/830/A/4P/EOL
F42QBX/SPX30/A/4P
F42TBX/835/A/4P/EOL
F42QBX/SPX35/A/4P
F42TBX/841/A/4P/EOL
F42QBX/SPX41/A/4P
----F57QBX/830/A/4P/EOL
--F57QBX/835/A/4P/EOL
--F57QBX/841/A/4P/EOL
F57QBX/850/A/4P/EOL
F18BX/SPX30
F18BX/SPX30/RS
F18BX/SPX35
F18BX/SPX35/RS
F18BX/SPX41
F18BX/SPX41/RS
F27BX/SPX30/RS
SYLVANIA
DULUX D/E - 4 PIN (continued)
CF13DD/E/835 (ECO)
CF13DD/E/841 (ECO)
CF18DD/E/827 (ECO)
CF18DD/E/830 (ECO)
CF18DD/E/835 (ECO)
CF18DD/E/841 (ECO)
CF26DD/E/827 (ECO)
CF26DD/E/830 (ECO)
CF26DD/E/835 (ECO)
CF26DD/E/841 (ECO)
DULUX T - 2 PIN
CF18DT/827 (ECO)
CF26DT/827 (ECO)
DULUX T/E - 4 PIN (NON-AMALGAM)
CF13DT/E/827 (ECO)
CF13DT/E/830 (ECO)
CF13DT/E/835 (ECO)
CF13DT/E/841 (ECO)
CF26DT/E/827 (ECO)
CF32DT/E/827 (ECO)
DULUX T/E/IN - 4 PIN (AMALGAM)
--------CF18DT/E/IN/827 (ECO)
CF18DT/E/IN/830 (ECO)
CF18DT/E/IN/835 (ECO)
CF18DT/E/IN/841 (ECO)
CF26DT/E/IN/827 (ECO)
CF26DT/E/IN/830 (ECO)
CF26DT/E/IN/835 (ECO)
CF26DT/E/IN/841 (ECO)
CF32DT/E/IN/827 (ECO)
CF32DT/E/IN/830 (ECO)
CF32DT/E/IN/835 (ECO)
CF32DT/E/IN/841 (ECO)
CF42DT/E/IN/827 (ECO)
--CF42DT/E/IN/830 (ECO)
--CF42DT/E/IN/835 (ECO)
--CF42DT/E/IN/841 (ECO)
--CF57DT/E/IN/827 (ECO)
CF57DT/E/IN/830 (ECO)
--CF57DT/E/IN/835 (ECO)
--CF57DT/E/IN/841 (ECO)
----DULUX L - 4 PIN
FT18DL/830
FT18DL/830/RS
FT18DL/835
FT18DL/835/RS
FT18DL/841
FT18DL/841/RS
FT24DL/830
PHILIPS
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PL-C 13W/835/4P/ALTO
PL-C 13W/841/4P/ALTO
PL-C 18W/827/4P/ALTO
PL-C 18W/830/4P/ALTO
PL-C 18W/835/4P/ALTO
PL-C 18W/841/4P/ALTO
PL-C 26W/827/4P/ALTO
PL-C 26W/830/4P/ALTO
PL-C 26W/835/4P/ALTO
PL-C 26W/841/4P/ALTO
------------------------PL-T 18W/827/4P/ALTO
PL-T 18W/830/4P/ALTO
PL-T 18W/835/4P/ALTO
PL-T 18W/841/4P/ALTO
PL-T 26W/827/4P/ALTO
PL-T 26W/830/4P/ALTO
PL-T 26W/835/4P/ALTO
PL-T 26W/841/4P/ALTO
PL-T 32W/827/4P/ALTO
PL-T 32W/830/4P/ALTO
PL-T 32W/835/4P/ALTO
PL-T 32W/841/4P/ALTO
PL-T 42W/827/4P/ALTO
F42QBX/SPX27/A/4P
PL-T 42W/830/4P/ALTO
--PL-T 42W/835/4P/ALTO
--PL-T 42W/841/4P/ALTO
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R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
PL-L 18W/830
--PL-L 18W/835
--PL-L 18W/841
--PL-L 24W/830
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference Guide (continued)
COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS
GE
F27BX/SPX35/RS
F27BX/SPX41/RS
F39BX/SPX30/RS
F39BX/SPX35/RS
F39BX/SPX41/RS
F40/30BX/SPX30
F40/30BX/SPX35
F40/30BX/SPX41
F50BX/SPX30/RS
F50BX/SPX35/RS
F50BX/SPX41/RS
F55BX/830
F55BX/835
F55BX/841
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SYLVANIA
DULUX L - 4 PIN (continued)
FT24DL/835
FT24DL/841
FT36DL/830
FT36DL/835
FT36DL/841
FT40DL/830/RS
FT40DL/835/RS
FT40DL/841/RS
------FT55DL/830
FT55DL/835
FT55DL/841
FT80DL/830
FT80DL/835
FT80DL/841
DULUX F - 4 PIN
CF18DF/830
CF18DF/841
CF24DF/830
CF24DF/841
CF36DF/830
CF36DF/841
C
R
O
S
S
R
E
F
E
R
E
N
C
E
For more complete product information visit www.sylvania.com
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PHILIPS
PL-L 24W/835
PL-L 24W/841
PL-L 36W/830
PL-L 36W/835
PL-L 36W/841
PL-L 40W/830/RS
PL-L 40W/835/RS
PL-L 40W/841/RS
PL-L 50W/830/RS
PL-L 50W/835/RS
PL-L 50W/841/RS
------PL-L 80W/830
PL-L 80W/835
PL-L 80W/841
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference (continued)
ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT LAMP BALLASTS
ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING
TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
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QUICKTRONIC® 32 T8 INSTANT START
32 T8 Instant Start - Normal Ballast Factor - Small Can - <20% THD
REL-1P32-SC
QT1x32T8/120ISN-SC
B132I120RH-A
E1/32IS-120SC
VEL-1P32-SC
QT1x32T8/277ISN-SC
B132I277RH-A
E1/32IS-277SC
REL-2P32-SC
QT2x32T8/120ISN-SC
B232I120RH-A
E2/32IS-120SC
VEL-2P32-SC
QT2x32T8/277ISN-SC
B232I277RH-A
E2/32IS-277SC
REL-3P32-SC
QT3x32T8/120ISN-SC
B332I120RH-A
E3/32IS-120SC
VEL-3P32-SC
QT3x32T8/277ISN-SC
B332I277RH-A
E3/32IS-277SC
REL-4P32-SC
QT4x32T8/120ISN-SC
B432I120RH-A
E4/32IS-120SC
VEL-4P32-SC
QT4x32T8/277ISN-SC
B432I277RH-A
E4/32IS-277SC
GEL-2P32-SC
QT2x32T8/347ISN-SC
B232I347RH (F-Can)
E2/32IS-347 (F-Can)
GEL-4P32-RH-TP (F-Can)
QT4x32T8/347ISN-SC
B432I347RH (F-Can)
E4/32IS-347 (F-Can)
32 T8 Instant Start - Normal Ballast Factor - Standard “F” Can - <20% THD
REL-3P32-RH-TP
QT3x32/120IS
B332I120RH
E3/32IS-120
VEL-3P32-RH-TP
QT3x32/277IS
B332I277RH
E3/32IS-277
REL-4P32-RH-TP
QT4x32/120IS
B432I120RH
E4/32IS-120
VEL-4P32-RH-TP
QT4x32/277IS
B432I277RH
E4/32IS-277
GEL-3P32-RH-TP
QT3x32/347IS
B332I347RH
E3/32IS-347
GEL-4P32-RH-TP
QT4x32/347IS
B432I347RH
E4/32IS-347
32 T8 Instant Start - High Ballast Factor - “PLUS” High Light Output Systems - Small Can/Standard “F” Can - <20% THD
(High Ballast Factor ballasts may vary greatly in ballast factor between manufacturers/models - please refer to actual specs for details)
REL-2P32-HL-SC
QT2x32T8/120ISH-SC
B232I120RHH
EH2/32IS-120
VEL-2P32-HL-SC
QT2x32T8/277ISH-SC
B232I277RHH
EH2/32IS-277
REL-3P32-HL
QT3x32/120PLUS
B332I120RHH
EH3/32IS-120
VEL-3P32-HL
QT3x32/277PLUS
B332I277RHH
EH3/32IS-277
32 T8 Instant Start - Low Ballast Factor - Low Power(LP/ISL)Systems - SmallCan/Standard “F” Can - <20%THD
REL-1P32-LW-SC
QT1x32T8/120ISL-SC
N/A
EL1/32IS-120
VEL-1P32-LW-SC
QT1x32T8/277ISL-SC
N/A
EL1/32IS-277
REL-2P32-LW-SC
QT2x32T8/120ISL-SC
B232I120L-A
EL2/32IS-120
VEL-2P32-LW-SC
QT2x32T8/277ISL-SC
B232I277L-A
EL2/32IS-277
REL-3P32-LW-SC
QT3x32T8/120ISL-SC
B332I120L-A
EL3/32IS-120
VEL-3P32-LW-SC
QT3x32T8/277ISL-SC
B332I277L-A
EL3/32IS-277
REL-4P32-LW-RH-TP
QT4x32/120LP
B432I120L
EL4/32IS-120
VEL-4P32-LW-RH-TP
QT4x32/277LP
B432I277L
EL4/32IS-277
GEL-2P32-LW-RH-TP
QT2x32T8/347ISL-SC
B232I347L
N/A
GEL-4P32-LW-RH-TP
QT4x32/347LP
B432I347L
N/A
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL 32 T8 INSTANT START UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE SYSTEMS
32 T8 Instant Start - Normal Ballast Factor - Small Can - <10%THD
ICN-1P32-SC
QTP1x32T8/UNVISN-SC
B132IUNVHP-B
EP1/32IS/120-277
ICN-2P32-SC
QTP2x32T8/UNVISN-SC
B232IUNVHP-B
EP2/32IS/120-277
ICN-3P32-SC
QTP3x32T8/UNVISN-SC
B332IUNVHP-A
EP3/32IS/120-277
ICN-4P32-SC
QTP4x32T8/UNVISN-SC
B432IUNVHP-A
EP4/32IS/120-277
ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING
TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
32 T8 High Efficiency Instant Start - Normal Ballast Factor - Small Can - <10%THD
N/A
QHE 1X32T8/UNV ISN-SC
N/A
N/A
QHE 2X32T8/UNV ISN-SC
B232IUNVHE-A
N/A
QHE 3X32T8/UNV ISN-SC
B332IUNVHE-A
N/A
QHE 4X32T8/UNV ISN-SC
B432IUNVHE-A
32 T8 High Efficiency Instant Start - Low Ballast Factor - Small Can - <10%THD
N/A
QHE 1X32T8/UNV ISL-SC
N/A
N/A
QHE 2X32T8/UNV ISL-SC
B232IUNVEL-A
N/A
QHE 3X32T8/UNV ISL-SC
B332IUNVEL-A
N/A
QHE 4X32T8/UNV ISL-SC
B432IUNVEL-A
ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING
TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL 32 T8 PROStart® UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE SYSTEMS
32 T8 Programmed Rapid Start - Normal Ballast Factor - <10%THD
N/A
QTP1x32T8/UNVPSN-TC
B132PUNVHP-A
N/A
QTP2x32T8/UNVPSN-TC
B232PUNVHP-A
GE
GENERAL ELECTRIC
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GE-232-MAX-N/ULTRA
GE-332-MAX-N/ULTRA
GE-432-MAX-N/ULTRA
GE-132-MAX-L/ULTRA
GE-232-MAX-L/ULTRA
GE-332-MAX-L/ULTRA
GE-432-MAX-L/ULTRA
HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
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N/A
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ADVANCE
C
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UNIVERSAL LIGHTING
TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
32 T8 Programmed Rapid Start - Normal Ballast Factor - <10%THD
N/A
QTP3x32T8/UNVPSN-SC
B332PUNVHP-A
N/A
N/A
QTP4x32T8/UNVPSN-SC
B432PUNVHP-A
N/A
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL 32 T8 PROStart® DEDICATED VOLTAGE SYSTEMS
32 T8 Programmed Rapid Start - Normal Ballast Factor - <10% THD
NOTE: UNV PSN models above replace Dedicated Voltage PSN models below.
(Programmed RS, Program RS)
RIC-132, RCN-1S32-SC
QTP1x32T8/120PSN-TC
B132P120RH
N/A
VIC-132, VCN-1S32-SC
QTP1x32T8/277PSN-TC
B132P277RH
N/A
RIC-2S32, RCN-2S32-SC
QTP2x32T8/120PSN-SC
B232P120RH
N/A
VIC-2S32, VCN-2S32-SC
QTP2x32T8/277PSN-SC
B232P277RH
N/A
RIC-3S32, RCN-3S32-SC
QTP3x32T8/120PSN-SC
B332P120RH
N/A
VIC-3S32, VCN-3S32-SC
QTP3x32T8/277PSN-SC
B332P277RH
N/A
RCN-4S32-SC
QTP4x32T8/120PSN-SC
B432P120RH
N/A
VCN-4S32-SC
QTP4x32T8/277PSN-SC
B432P277RH
N/A
QUICKTRONIC® 59 T8, 59 PLUS, and QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL 8 foot Systems
59W F96 T8 Instant Start - Normal Ballast Factor - <20% THD
REL-2P59-S-RH-TP
QT2x59/120IS
B259I120RH
E2/59IS-120
VEL-2P59-S-RH-TP
QT2x59/277IS
B259I277RH
E2/59IS-277
GEL-2P59
QT2x59/347IS
N/A
N/A
59W F96 T8 Instant Start - High Ballast Factor (PLUS) Systems - <20% THD
REL-2P59-HL
QT2x59/120PLUS
B259I120RHH
N/A
VEL-2P59-HL
QT2x59/277PLUS
B259I277RHH
N/A
59W F96 T8 Instant Start - Normal Ballast Factor - <10% THD
RCN-2P59
QTP2x59T8/120ISN-A
B259I120HE
N/A
VCN-2P59
QTP2x59T8/277ISN-A
B259I277HE
N/A
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL T5 HO PROStart® UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE SYSTEMS
T5 HO - Normal Ballast Factor - <10% THD
(Ballast Can Size varies between manufacturers - please refer to specifications for details)
ICN-2S39 (1 Lamp)
QTP1x39-24T5HO/UNVPSN (FP39T5HO)
B239PUNV-D (1 Lamp)
N/A
ICN-2S39
QTP2x39-24T5HO/UNVPSN (FP39T5HO)
B239PUNV-D
N/A
ICN-2S24 (1 Lamp)
QTP1x39-24T5HO/UNVPSN (FP24T5HO)
B224PUNV-C (1 Lamp)
N/A
ICN-2S24
QTP2x39-24T5HO/UNVPSN (FP24T5HO)
B224PUNV-C
N/A
ICN-2S54 (1 Lamp)
QTP1x54T5HO/UNVPSN
B254PUNV-D (1 Lamp)
N/A
ICN-2S54
QTP2x54T5HO/UNVPSN
B254PUNV-D
N/A
ICN-1S80
QTP1x80T5HO/UNVPSN
N/A
N/A
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL T5 PROStart® UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE SYSTEMS
28W T5 - Normal Ballast Factor - <10% THD
(Ballast Can Size varies between manufacturers - please refer to specifications for details)
ICN-2S28 (1 Lamp)
QTP1x28T5/UNVPSN
B228PUNV-C (1 Lamp)
N/A
ICN-2S28
QTP2x28T5/UNVPSN
B228PUNV-C
N/A
QUICKTRONIC® Instant Start DL40
40W TT5 Instant Start, Normal Ballast Factor - <20% THD
N/A
QT1x40/120DL
C240I120RH, C240SI120RH (1 LAMP) E1/40IS-TT-120
N/A
QT1x40/277DL
C240I277RH, C240SI277RH (1 LAMP) E1/40IS-TT-277
N/A
QT2x40/120DL
C240I120RH, C240SI120RH
E2/40IS-TT-120
N/A
QT2x40/277DL
C240I277RH, C240SI277RH
E2/40IS-TT-277
N/A
QT3x40/120DL
C340I120RH, C340SI120RH
E3/40IS-TT-120
N/A
QT3x40/277DL
C340I277RH, C340SI277RH
E3/40IS-TT-277
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL PROStart® DL40
40W TT5 Programmed Rapid Start, Normal Ballast Factor - <10% THD
REL-1TTS40
QTP1x40TT5/120PSN-F
N/A
N/A
VEL-1TTS40
QTP1x40TT5/277PSN-F
N/A
N/A
REL-2TTS40
QTP2x40TT5/120PSN-F
N/A
N/A
VEL-2TTS40
QTP2x40TT5/277PSN-F
N/A
N/A
N/A
QTP3x40TT5/120PSN-B
N/A
N/A
N/A
QTP3x40TT5/277PSN-B
N/A
N/A
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL 32 T8 HELIOS™ DIMMING - A list of 0-10V controllers is available from OSRAM SYLVANIA
32 T8 Dimming Systems (0-10Vdc control) - 100-5% and 100-10% Dimming Range - <10% THD at full output, <20% THD at full dim
RZT-132
QTP1x32T8/120DIM5-B
B132R120V5
N/A
VZT-132
QTP1x32T8/277DIM5-B
B132R277V5
N/A
RZT-2S32
QTP2x32T8/120DIM5-B
B232SR120V5
N/A
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ELECTRONIC FLUORESCENT LAMP BALLASTS
ADVANCE
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING
TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
SYLVANIA
HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
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VZT-2S32
QTP2x32T8/277DIM5-B
B232SR277V5
N/A
RZT-3S32
QTP3x32T8/120DIM5-Q
B332SR120V5
N/A
VZT-3S32
QTP3x32T8/277DIM5-Q
B332SR277V5
N/A
N/A
QTP4x32T8/120DIM10-Q
N/A
N/A
VZT-4S32
QTP4x32T8/277DIM10-Q
N/A
N/A
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL 54 T5 HO HELIOS™ DIMMING - A list of 0-10V controllers is available from OSRAM SYLVANIA
54 T5 HO Dimming Systems (0-10Vdc control) - 100-1% Dimming Range -<10% THD at full output, <20% THD at full dim
RZT-154
QT1x54/120PHO-DIM
N/A
N/A
VZT-154
QT1x54/277PHO-DIM
N/A
N/A
RZT-2S54
QT2x54/120PHO-DIM
N/A
N/A
VZT-2S54
QT2x54/277PHO-DIM
N/A
N/A
QUICKTRONIC® 8 foot T12 Systems
96 T12 Instant Start - Normal Ballast Factor - Large Can (11.75”long) - <20% THD
REL-2P60-S
QT2x96/120IS
B260I120RH
N/A
VEL-2P75-S
QT2x96/277IS
B260I277RH
96 T12/HO Rapid Start - Normal Ballast Factor - Large Can (11.75”long) - <20% THD
REL-2S110
QT2x96/120HO
B295SR120HP
VEL-2S110
QT2x96/277HO
B295SR277HP
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL 40 T12
40 T12 Rapid Start - Normal Ballast Factor - <10% THD
REL-1S40-RH-TP
QTP1x40T12/120RSN-B
B140R120HP
VEL-1S40-RH-TP
QTP1x40T12/277RSN-B
B140R277HP
RCN-2S40, REL-2S40-RH-TP QTP2x40T12/120RSN-B
B240R120HP
VCN-2S40, VEL-2S40-RH-TP QTP2x40T12/277RSN-B
B240R277HP
REL-3S40-RH-TP
QTP3x40T12/120RSN-B
B340R120HP
VEL-3S40-RH-TP
QTP3x40T12/277RSN-B
B340R277HP
QUICKTRONIC® PROFESSIONAL CF - UNIVERSAL VOLTAGE
CF T4 PROStart® - Programmed RapidStart - Normal Ballast Factor - <10% THD
CFL Products run multiple lamp combinations and have various mounting/case sizes. (refer to actual product specs)
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING
TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
ESI (Energy Savings Inc
is no longer in business)
ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
ICF-2S13-H1-LD
ICF-2S13-H1-LD
QTP1/2x13CF/UNVBS
QTP1/2x13CF/UNVTS
C213UNV-BE
C213UNV-SE
PSM213CQMVB
PSM213CQMV
ES-2/1-CFQ-13/10-UNV-C
ES-2/1-CFQ-13/10-UNV-D
ICF-2S18-H1-LD
ICF-2S18-H1-LD
QTP1/2x18CF/UNVBS
QTP1/2x18CF/UNVTS
C218UNV-BE
C218UNV-SE
PSM218CQMVB
PSM218CQMV
ES-2/1-CFQ-18-UNV-C
ES-2/1-CFQ-18-UNV-D
ICF-2S26-H1-LD
ICF-2S26-H1-LD
QTP2x26CF/UNVBS
QTP2x26CF/UNVTS
C2642UNV-BE
C2642UNV-SE
PSG242TRMVB
PSG242TRMV
ES-2/1-CFQ-26-UNV-C
ES-2/1-CFQ-26-UNV-D
ICF-2S42-M2-LS
ICF-2S42-M2-BS
ICF-2S42-M2-LD
QTP2x26/32/42CF/UNVBM
QTP2x26/32/42CF/UNVPM
QTP2x26/32/42CF/UNVTM
C242UNV-BE
C242UNV-BES
C242UNV-SE
PSG242TRMVB
PSG242TRMVBS
N/A
ES-2-CFH-42/32/26-UNV-H
N/A
ES-2-CFH-42/32/26-UNV-G
ICF-2S42-M2-LS
ICF-1Q70-M3-LD
ICF-2S42-M2-BS
ICF-1Q70-M3-BS
QTP1x57CF/UNVBM (1X57)
QTP1x57CF/UNVBM (1X70)
QTP1x57CF/UNVPM (1X57)
QTP1x57CF/UNVPM (1X70)
C242UNV-BE
C242UNV-BE
C242UNV-BES
C242UNV-BES
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference Guide (continued)
MAGNETIC FLUORESCENT LAMP BALLASTS
ADVANCE
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SYLVANIA
T12 RAPID START
F30T12 Rapid Start - High Power Factor
R2SP30TP Mark III
MB2x30/120RS-SRNK
V2SP30TP Mark III
MB2x30/277RS-SRNK
F40T12 Rapid Start - High Power Factor
R140TP Mark III
MB1x40/120RS-SRNK
V140TP Mark III
MB1x40/277RS-SRNK
R2S40TP Mark III
MB2x40/120RS-SRNK
V2S40TP Mark III
MB2x40/277RS-SRNK
F40T12 Rapid Start - Normal Power Factor
RL140TP
MB1x40/120RES-SRNK
T12 INSTANT START SLIMLINE
F48T12 Instant Start - High Power Factor
SM2E40STP
MB2x48/120IS-SRNK
VSM2E40STP
MB2x48/277IS-SRNK
F96T12 Instant Start - High Power Factor
RSM175STP
MB1x96/120IS-SRNK
VSM175STP
MB1x96/277IS-SRNK
R2E75STP Mark III
MB2x96/120IS-SRNK
V2E75STP Mark III
MB2x96/277IS-SRNK
T12/HO RAPID START
F96T12/HO Rapid Start - High Power Factor
RS110TP
MB1x96/HO/120RS-SRNK
VS110TP
MB1x96/HO/277RS-SRNK
R2S110TP Mark III
MB2x96/HO/120RS-SRNK
V2S110TP Mark III
MB2x96/HO/277RS-SRNK
RS110TP
MB1/2x48/96/HO/120RS-SRNK
T12/VHO RAPID START
F96T12/VHO Rapid Start - High Power Factor
RC2S102TP
MB1x96/VHO/120RS-SRNK
VC2S102TP
MB1x96/VHO/277RS-SRNK
RS2S200TP
MB2x96/VHO/120RS-SRNK
VS2S200TP
MB2x96/VHO/277RS-SRNK
T12/HO SIGN BALLASTS
T12/HO Rapid Start
ASB-0412-12-BL-TP
MSB-12-0412-TP
ASB-0620-24-BL-TP
MSB-24-0620-TP
ASB-1224-24-BL-TP
MSB-24-1224-TP
ASB-2040-24-BL-TP
MSB-24-2040-TP
ASB-1240-46-BL-TP
MSB-46-1240-TP
ASB-2448-46-BL-TP
MSB-46-2448-TP
T5, T8 AND T12 PREHEAT/TRIGGER START
F8T5 Preheat Start - Normal Power Factor
LSX113TP
MB1x8/120PH/TP/S
F15T12 Trigger Start - Normal Power Factor
RLQ120TP
MB1x15/120PH/TP
F20T12 Preheat Start - Normal Power Factor
LC1420CTP
MB1x20/120PH/TP
LC1420C
MB1x20/120PH
F20T12 Trigger Start - Normal Power Factor
RL2SP20TP
MB2x20/120PH/TP
T8 RAPID START
F017T8 Rapid Start - Normal Power Factor
--MB1x17/120RS
F025T8 or F032T8 Rapid Start - High Power Factor
--MB1x25/32/120RS-LW
R1P825TP & R1P32TP Mark III
MB1x25/32/120RS-SRNK
V1P825TP & V1P32TP Mark III
MB1x25/32/277RS-SRNK
R2P825TP & R2P32TP Mark III
MB2x25/32/120RS-SRNK
V2P825TP & V2P32TP Mark III
MB2x25/32/277RS-SRNK
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UNIVERSAL LIGHTING
TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
VALMONT
573LTCP
588LTCP
8G3971W
8G3972W
412LSLHTCP
458LSLHTCP
446LSLHTCP
443LSLHTCP
8G1074W
8G1084W
8G1024W
8G1034W
413CTCP
8G1075
213TCP
532BRTCP
8G1600W
8G1710W
822BRTCP
828BRTCP
806SLHTCP
827SLHTCP
8G1762W
8G1764W
8G1004W
8G1014W
481LHTCP
479LHTCP
480SLHTCP
487SLHTCP
490XLHTCP
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951STCP
957STCP
930KTCP
937KTCP
----8G1201W
8G1211W
USB-0412-12
USB-0816-14
USB-1024-14
USB-1632-24
USB-2036-46
USB-2048-46
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546BTCP
8G3560
200H2P
200H2
--89G457
447LRTCP
8G3912
707TCP
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M132R120
727LTCP & M132R120
728LTCP & M132R277C
731LTCP & M232SR120C
732LTCP & M232SR277C
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MAGNETIC FLUORESCENT LAMP BALLASTS
ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
T9 CIRCLINE RAPID START
FC8T9 Circline Rapid Start - Normal Power Factor
RLQS122TPW
MB1x22/120CIRC
FC12T9 or FC16T9 Circline Rapid Start - Normal Power Factor
RLCS140TPW
MB1x32/120CIRC
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING
TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
VALMONT
547RSWSTCP
8G1091G11
445RSWSTCP
8G1085G11
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MAGNETIC HID LAMP BALLASTS
ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
METALARC® METAL HALIDE CORE & COIL BALLAST KITS
35W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M130
--M35/MULTI-HQ/CI-KIT
71A5081
M35/120/277-KIT
50W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M110 or M148
--M50/MULTI-KIT
71A5181
M50/120/277-KIT
70W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M98 or M143
71A5292 & 71A5292-001D M70/MULTI-KIT
71A5282
M70/120/277-KIT
70W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M98 or M143 or M85
--M70/MULTI-HQ/CI-KIT
100W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M90 or M140
71A5390 & 71A5390-001D M100/MULTI-KIT
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
OLD PART NUMBER
NEW PART NUMBER
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M50MLTLC3M &
M50MLTLC3M-500K
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V90D5731K
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V90H5731K
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V90D5832K
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M70MLTLC3M &
M70MLTLC3M-500K
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V90H5832K
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V90D5810K
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11310-90-500K
M100MLTLC3M &
M100MLTLC3M-500K
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V90D5932K
M010071C511K
V90H5932K
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M150MLTLC3M &
M150MLTLC3M-500K
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V90D7130K
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V90D7110K
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M150MLTLC3D &
M150MLTLC3D-500K
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M175ML5AC3M &
M175ML5AC3M-500K
M175MLTAC3M &
M175MLTAC3M-500K
--M17548TAC3M &
M17548TAC3M-500K
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V90D6111K
M017571C211K
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P175MLTAC3M &
P175MLTAC3M-500K
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V90D7210K
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P200MLTAC3M &
P200MLTAC3M-500K
--P20048TAC3M &
P20048TAC3M-500K
V90D7310K
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--V90Y7310TK
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11310-236-500K
11310-510-500K
----11310-177-500K
175W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M57 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H39
--M175/SUPER5-KIT
--71A5590 & 71A5570-001D M175/MULTI-KIT
1130-91R-500K
71A5540 & 71A5540-001D M175/480-KIT
71A5540T
M175/480/120T-KIT
1130-31-500K
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71A5580
M175/120/277-KIT
175W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M137
71A5593 & 71A5593-001D M175/MULTI-PS-KIT
--M175/480-PS-KIT
200W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M136
71A5692 & 71A5692-001D M200/MULTI-PS-KIT
--71A5642T
M200/480/-PS-KIT
M200/480/120T-PS-KIT
HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
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71A5380
M100/120/277-KIT
--150W Metal Halide Lamp, Medium Base - ANSI Code M102 or M142
71A5492
M150/MULTI-PS-KIT
11310-543-500K
--M150/MULTI-PS-CWA-KIT
71A5482
M150/120/277-PS-KIT
150W Metal Halide Lamp, Double-Ended - ANSI Code M81
71A5490
M150/MULTI-KIT
VENTURE
LIGHTING
1130-245R-500K
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ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
OLD PART NUMBER NEW PART NUMBER
250W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M58 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H37
71A5750 & 71A5750-001D M250/SUPER5-KIT
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P320MLTAC4M &
P320MLTAC4M-500K
--P32048TAC4M &
P32048TAC4M-500K
V90D7411K
M032071C611K
--V90Y7411TK
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V90D7512K
M035071C611K
--V90Y7512TK
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M040081C211K
V90D6413K
M040071C211K
--V90Y6413TK
M040011C211K
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----P400MLTAC4M &
P400MLTAC4M-500K
--P40048TAC4M &
P40048TAC4M-500K
----V90D7612K
----M040071C611K
--V90Y7612TK
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P450MLTAC4M &
P450MLTAC4M-500K
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V90D8512K
---
--V90Y8511TK
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P750MLTAC5M &
P750MLTAC5M-500K
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V90D7910K
---
V90J7910K
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V90AM6514K
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M400/MULTI-KIT
1130-93R-500K
71A6041 & 71A6041-001D
71A6041T
M400/480-KIT
M400/480/120T-KIT
1130-33R-500K
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M400/480-PS-KIT
M400/480/120T-PS-KIT
450W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M144
71A6393
M450/MULTI-PS-KIT
--M450/480-PS-KIT
71A6343T
M450/480/120T-PS-KIT
750W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M149
71A64E2
M750/MULTI-PS-KIT
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71A64F2T
M750/120/277/347/480-PS-KIT ----M750/480-PS-KIT
--1000W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M47 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H36
71A6552 & 71A6552-001
M1000/SUPER5-KIT
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71A6091 & 71A6071-001D
--71A6042T
V90Y6211K
--M025071C611K
400W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M59 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H33
71A6051 & 71A6051-001D M400/SUPER5-KIT
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400W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M135
--M2x400/120/240-KIT
--M400/SUPER5-PS-KIT
71A6092 & 71A6092-001D M400/MULTI-PS-KIT
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--V90D8410K
1130-92-500K
M350/480-PS-KIT
M350/480/120T-PS-KIT
V90D6211K
--P250MLTAC4M &
P250MLTAC4M-500K
--P25048TAC4M &
P25048TAC4M-500K
M250/MULTI 3X4-KIT
--71A5943T
M025011C211K
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71A5791 & 71A5771-001D
350W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M131
71A5993 & 71A5993-001D M350/MULTI-PS-KIT
--V90Y6212TK
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1130-32R-500K
---
M320/480-PS-KIT
M320/480/120T-PS-KIT
M025071C211K
---
M250/480-KIT
M250/480/120T-KIT
--71A5842T
V90D6212K
---
71A5740 & 71A5740-001D
71A5740T
320W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M132
71A5892 & 71A5892-001D M320/MULTI-PS-KIT
---
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1130-92R-500K
M250/480-PS-KIT
M250/480/120T-PS-KIT
---
1130-32-500K
M250/MULTI-KIT
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HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
M250ML5AC4M &
M250ML5AC4M-500K
M250MLTAC4M &
M250MLTAC4M-500K
--M25048TAC4M &
M25048TAC4M-500K
M250MLTAC3M &
M250MLTAC3M-500K
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71A5790 & 71A5770-001D
71A5741 & 71A5741-001D M250/480-3X4-KIT
250W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M80
71A5880
M250/120/277-KIT
250W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M138
--M250/SUPER5-PS-KIT
71A5792 & 71A5792-001D M250/MULTI-PS-KIT
VENTURE
LIGHTING
P350MLTAC4M &
P350MLTAC4M-500K
--P35048TAC4M &
P35048TAC4M-500K
M400ML5AC4M &
M400ML5AC4M-500K
M400MLTAC4M &
M400MLTAC4M-500K
--M40048TAC4M &
M40048TAC4M-500K
M1000ML5AC5M &
M1000ML5AC5M-500K
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MAGNETIC HID LAMP BALLASTS
ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
OLD PART NUMBER
NEW PART NUMBER
1000W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M47 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H36 (continued)
71A6592 & 71A6572-001
M1000/MULTI-KIT
1130-97-500K
71A6542 & 71A6542-001
M1000/480-KIT
1130-57-500K
71A6542T
M1000/480/120T-KIT
---
1000W HQI Metal Halide Lamp
--M1000/MULTI-HQI-KIT
1000W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M141
71A6593
M1000/MULTI-PS-KIT
M1000MLTAC5M &
M1000MLTAC5M-500K
M1000480AC5M &
M1000480AC5M-500K
M100048TAC5M &
M100048TAC5M-500K
VENTURE
LIGHTING
HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
V90D6514K
M0100071C212K
---
M0100011C212K
V90Y6514TK
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---
---
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P1000MLTAC5M &
P1000MLTAC5M-500K
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V90D7810K
---
V90J7810K
---
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V90D6612K
M0150071C212K
---
M0150011C212K
V90Y6612TK
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
11210-236C-TC
---
---
---
---
---
11210-506C-TC
---
---
11210-239C-TC
---
---
---
---
---
1110-245SC-TC
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
1110-246C-TC
---
---
---
---
---
P320277AFXM
---
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1110-247SC-TC
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---
---
---
337-1770
---
---
337-1750
---
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337-1780
---
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337-1790
---
---
71A65F3T
M1000/120/277/347/480-PS-KIT ----M1000/480-PS-KIT
--1500W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M48
71A6792 & 71A6772-001
M1500/MULTI-KIT
1130-99R-500K
71A6742 & 71A6742-001
M1500/480-KIT
1130-69R-500K
---
M1500/480/120T-KIT
---
2000W HQI Metal Halide Lamp
--M2000/277/347/480-HQI-RL-KIT --METALARC® METAL HALIDE F-CAN HID BALLASTS
35W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M130
72C5081-NP
M35/120/277/F-CAN
--50W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M110
72C5181-NP&72C5181-NP-001 M50/120/277/F-CAN
--70W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M139
72C5281-NP
M70/120/277/F-CAN
--70W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M98 or M143
72C5282-NP&72C5282-NP-001 M70/120/277/F-CAN
--100W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M90 or M140
72C5381-NP&72C5381-NP-001 M100/120/277/F-CAN
--150W Metal Halide Lamp, Medium Base - ANSI Code M102 or M142
--M150-PS/120/277/F-CAN
--175W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M57 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H39
72C5581-NP&72C5581-NP-001 M175/120/277/F-CAN
--175W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M137
72C5582-NP&72C5582-NP-001 M175-PS/120/277/F-CAN
--200W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M136
--M200-PS/120/277/F-CAN
--250W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M58 or Mercury Lamp ANSI Code H37
72C5782-NP&72C5782-NP-001 M250/120/277/F-CAN
--250W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M138
72C5783-NP&72C5783-NP-001 M250-PS/120/277/F-CAN
--320W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M132
72C5882-NP&72C5882-NP-001 M320-PS/120/277/F-CAN
--400W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M59 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H33
72C6082-NP&72C6082-NP-001 M400/120/277/F-CAN
--400W Metal Halide Pulse Start Lamp - ANSI Code M135
72C6182-NP&72C6182-NP-001 M400-PS/120/277/F-CAN
--METALARC® METAL HALIDE INDOOR ENCLOSED HID BALLASTS
175W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M57 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H39
78E5590-001
M175/MULTI-I/D
--250W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M58 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H37
78E5790-001
M250/MULTI-I/D
--400W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M59 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H33
78E6091-001
M400/MULTI-I/D
--1000W Metal Halide Lamp - ANSI Code M47 or Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H36
78E6592-001
M1000/MULTI-I/D
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M1500MLTAC5M &
M1500MLTAC5M-500K
M1500480AC5M &
M1500480AC5M-500K
M150048TAC5M &
M150048TAC5M-500K
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference Guide (continued)
MAGNETIC HID LAMP BALLASTS
ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
OLD PART NUMBER
NEW PART NUMBER
VENTURE
LIGHTING
HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
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-----
-----
-----
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---
---
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V90H1132K
---
S70MLTLC3M &
S70MLTLC3M-500K
-----
V90D1233K
S007071C511K
-----
-----
S100MLTLC3M &
S100MLTLC3M-500K
-----
V90D1333K
S010071C511K
-----
-----
S150MLTLC3M &
S150MLTLC3M-500K
--S15048TLC3M &
S15048TLC3M-500K
-----
V90D1435K
S015071C511K
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S200MLTAC4M &
S200MLTAC4M-500K
---
V90D1610K
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---
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V90D1711K
S025071C211K
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1230-246S-500K
S250ML5AC4M &
S250ML5AC4M-500K
S250MLTAC4M &
S250MLTAC4M-500K
--S25048TAC4M &
S25048TAC4M-500K
---
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V90D1810K
---
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---
S400ML5AC4M &
S400ML5AC4M-500K
S400MLTAC4M &
S400MLTAC4M-500K
---
---
---
V90D1911K /
V90D1912K
---
S040071C211K
LUMALUX® HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM CORE & COIL REACTOR BALLASTS
35W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S76
71A7707
LU35/120R
1233-251U
71A7707B
LU35/120R-INT
--50W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S68
71A7807
LU50/120R
1233-35U
71A7807B
LU50/120R-INT
--70W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S62
71A7907
LU70/120R
1233-142U
71A7907B
LU70/120R-INT
--100W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S54
71A8007
LU100/120R
1233-10U
71A8007B
LU100/120R-INT
--150W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S55
71A8107
LU150/120R
1233-154U
71A8107B
LU150/120R-INT
--LUMALUX® HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM CORE & COIL BALLAST KITS
35W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S76
--LU35/120/240-KIT
--50W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S68
71A7801 & 71A7801-001D LU50/120/277-KIT
12310-236-500K
70W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S62
71A7991 & 71A7971-001D LU70/MULTI-KIT
12310-153-500K
71A7941
LU70/480-KIT
71A7901
LU70/120/277-KIT
100W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S54
71A8091 & 71A8071-001D LU100/MULTI-KIT
71A8041 & 71A8041-001D LU100/480-KIT
71A8001
LU100/120/277-KIT
150W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S55
71A8192 & 71A8172-001D LU150/MULTI-KIT
71A8142 & 71A8142-001D
71A8142T
LU150/480-KIT
LU150/480/120T-KIT
71A8102
LU150/120/277-KIT
71A8148
LU150/480-CWA-KIT
200W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S66
71A8990 & 71A8970-001D LU200/MULTI-KIT
71A8940 & 71A8940-001D LU200/480-KIT
250W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S50
71A8251 & 71A8251-001D LU250/SUPER5-KIT
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12310-90-500K
12310-30R-500K
12310-239-500K
12310-165-500K
12310-160S-500K
12310-241-500K
--1230-190-500K
1230-186-500K
---
71A8291 & 71A8271-001D
LU250/MULTI-KIT
1230-92S-500K
71A8241 & 71A8241-001D
71A8241T
LU250/480-KIT
LU250/480/120T-KIT
1230-32S-500K
71A8281
LU250/120/277-KIT
310W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S67
71A8391 & 71A8371-001D LU310/MULTI-KIT
71A8341
LU310/480-KIT
400W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S51
71A8453 & 71A8453-001D LU400/SUPER5-KIT
71A8493 & 71A8473-001D
LU400/MULTI-KIT
1230-93U-500K
71A8443 & 71A8443-001D
LU400/480-KIT
1230-33U-500K
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12310-148R-500K
12310-237-500K
S040011C211K
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Manufacturers’ Cross Reference (continued)
MAGNETIC HID LAMP BALLASTS
ADVANCE
SYLVANIA
UNIVERSAL LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
(formerly Magnetek)*
OLD PART NUMBER
NEW PART NUMBER
VENTURE
LIGHTING
HOWARD
INDUSTRIES
---
---
---
S40048TAC4M &
S40048TAC4M-500K
---
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---
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---
---
---
V90D2311K
S100071C211K
1230-57S-500K
S1000ML5AC5M &
S1000ML5AC5M-500K
S1000MLTAC5M &
S1000MLTAC5M-500K
---
---
S100011C211K
---
12210-261C-TC
---
---
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12210-236C-TC
---
---
---
12210-237C-TC
---
---
---
12210-239C-TC
---
---
---
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1220-246C-TC
---
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---
---
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1030-90R-500K
H100MLTAC3M &
H100MLTAC3M-500K
-----
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H175MLTAC3M &
H175MLTAC3M-500K
---
---
---
---
---
H250MLTAC3M &
H250MLTAC3M-500K
--H25048TAC3M &
H25048TAC3M-500K
---
---
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H400MLTAC4M &
H400MLTAC4M-500K
--H40048TAC4M &
H40048TAC4M-500K
-----
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H1000MLTAC5M &
H1000MLTAC5M-500K
---
---
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---
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400W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S51 (continued)
71A8443T
LU400/480/120T-KIT
----LU400/120/277-KIT
750W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S111
71A86E5
LU750/MULTI-KIT
--LU750/480-KIT
1000W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S52
71A8753 & 71A8753-001
LU1000/SUPER5-KIT
71A8793 & 71A8773-001
LU1000/MULTI-KIT
71A8743 & 71A8743-001
LU1000/480-KIT
LUMALUX® HIGH PRESSURE SODIUM F-CAN HID BALLASTS
35W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S76
--LU35/120/277/F-CAN
50W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S68
72C7884-NP & 72C7884-NP-001 LU50/120/277/F-CAN
70W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S62
72C7984-NP & 72C7984-NP-001 LU70/120/277/F-CAN
100W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S54
72C8084-NP & 72C8084-NP-001 LU100/120/277/F-CAN
150W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S55
--LU150/120/277/F-CAN
250W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S50
--LU250/120/277/F-CAN
400W High Pressure Sodium Lamp - ANSI Code S51
--LU400/120/277/F-CAN
MERCURY CORE & COIL BALLAST KITS
50W Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H46
--H50/MULTI-KIT
75W Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H43
71A2080
H75/MULTI-KIT
100W Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H38 or H44
71A2591 & 71A2571-001D
H100/MULTI-KIT
--H100/277-KIT
71A2501
H100/DUAL-KIT
175W Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H39
71A3092 & 71A3072-001D
H175/MULTI-KIT
71A3042 & 71A3042 -001D
H175/480-KIT
250W Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H37
71A3592 & 71A3572-001D
H250/MULTI-KIT
71A3542 & 71A3542-001D
71A3542T
H250/480-KIT
H250/480/120T-KIT
400W Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H33
71A4091 & 71A4071-001D
H400/MULTI-KIT
71A4041 & 71A4041-001D
71A4041T
H400/480-KIT
H400/480/120T-KIT
--H2X400/120-KIT
--H2X400/277-KIT
1000W Mercury Lamp - ANSI Code H36
71A5070-001
H1000/MULTI-KIT
71A5040-001
H1000/480-KIT
1230-97S-500K
----1030-91-500K
1030-31-500K
1030-92-500K
1030-32-500K
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1030-93-500K
1030-33-500K
------1030-97-500K
1030-57-500K
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Index
INCANDESCENT LAMPS
Incandescent Lamp Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Lamp Categories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Bulb Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Base Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Filament Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Incandescent Lamp Shapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
How to Read Product Information – Incandescent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Incandescent Brand Name Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Daylight™ Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Double Life Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-8
General Purpose Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-27
Decorative Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27-31
Traffic Signal Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Symbols & Footnotes for Incandescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
HALOGEN LAMPS
Halogen Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Filaments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Bases
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Lamps
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
How to Read Product Information – Tungsten Halogen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
ANSI Beam Angle Designation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Life Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Tungsten Halogen Brand Name Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
CAPSYLITE® A-Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
CAPSYLITE® A-Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Daylight™ PLUS A-Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Tubular Halogen T10 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Infrared Conserving Halogen Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
TRU-AIM IR® MR16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
CAPSYLITE IR PAR 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39-40
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
CAPSYLITE® PAR Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Daylight PLUS PAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
CAPSYLITE® PAR14 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
DESIGNER 16® - CAPSYLITE® PAR16 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
CAPSYLITE® IR PAR20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
CAPSYLITE® PAR20 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR30 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42-43
CAPSYLITE® PAR30 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
CAPSYLITE® PAR30 Long Neck Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
CAPSYLITE® PAR36 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
CAPSYLITE IR® PAR38 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
CAPSYLITE® PAR38 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45-47
CAPSYLITE COOL LUX Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
CAPSYLITE COOL LUX PAR30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
CAPSYLITE COOL LUX PAR38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Large PAR Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
CAPSYLITE® G9 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
SUPER Q® - Single Ended Quartz Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Double End Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49-50
Double End Quartz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49-50
BI-PIN Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
STARLITE® BI-PIN Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Standard BI-PIN Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
BI-PIN Lamps 24V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
TRU-AIM IR® MR16 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
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TRU-AIM TITAN® MR16 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51-52
TRU-AIM BRILLIANT® MR16 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
TRU-AIM® MR16 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
TRU-AIM® MR11 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
TRU-AIM® Covered MR Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
TRU-AIM TITAN® Covered MR16 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
TRU-AIM BRILLIANT® Covered MR16 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
TRU-AIM Covered MR11 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Aluminum Reflector Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
AR70 Aluminum Reflector Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
AR111 Aluminum Reflector Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54-55
SIRIUS MR16 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
Symbols & Footnotes for Tungsten Halogen Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56-57
MINIATURE LAMPS
Miniature Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58-60
Symbols & Footnotes for Miniature Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE (HID) LAMPS
Understanding High Intensity Discharge Lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62-63
How to Read Product Information - HID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Bulbs
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Bases
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Operating Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
HID Brand Name Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
HID Color Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
Guide to Metal Halide Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67
Metal Halide Warnings & Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68-73
METALARC® Metal Halide Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
METALARC® Powerball® Ceramic Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
METALARC® Powerball Ceramic - PAR Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74-75
METALARC® Pulse Start Lamps & Metalarc PRO-TECH . . . . . . . . . .75-76
METALARC® Pulse Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76-77
METALARC® SUPERSAVER® Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
METALARC® Super Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77-78
Standard METALARC & METALARC® PRO-TECH Lamps . . . . . . . . .78-79
METALARC® BRITELINE Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
METALARC® SAFELINE® Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
HQI® Metal Halide Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
Guide to High Pressure Sodium Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
High Pressure Sodium Warnings & Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . .81-83
LUMALUX® High Pressure Sodium Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
LUMALUX PLUS®/ECO® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
LUMALUX HGF/ECO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
LUMALUX Standard & LUMALUX ECO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84-85
LUMALUX Standby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
UNALUX® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
Specialty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
SOX Low Pressure Sodium Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
Guide to Mercury Vapor Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
Mercury Vapor Warnings & Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87-88
Mercury Vapor Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89
Guide to Reprographic / Photochemical Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90
Reprographic / Photochemical Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
and Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90-91
Reprographic / Photochemical Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Lamp & Ballast System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
Symbols & Footnotes for HID Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93-94
Index (continued)
FLUORESCENT LAMPS
Fluorescent Lamp Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95
How To Read Product Information - Compact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
How to Read Product Information - Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
Fluorescent Lamp Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99
Fluorescent Brand Name Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
Color Cross Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
Electrical Interchangeability Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101-102
Lamps
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103
Bases
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
DULUX® S Preheat 2-Pin ECOLOGIC®
Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
DULUX® S/E 4-Pin Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106
DULUX® D Preheat 2-Pin ECOLOGIC® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106-107
DULUX® D/E 4-Pin ECOLOGIC®
Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
DULUX® T Preheat 2-Pin Ecologic Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . .107
DULUX® T/E 4-Pin Ecologic Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . .107-108
DULUX® T/E/IN Amalgam, 4-Pin Ecologic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108-109
DULUX® L High Lumen Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109-110
DULUX® F Flat Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
DULUX® EL Self-Ballasted Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
Triple Tube Compact Fluroescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
Mini Twist Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110-111
Twist Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111-112
Classic (A-shape) Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
Decorative Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
Globe Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
Reflector Compact Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112-113
Low Profile Bullet and Circline Elecctronic Compact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113
OCTRON® and OCTRON® CURVALUME® Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . .114
OCTRON® 700 and 700 XP™ Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114-115
OCTRON® 800, 800 XP and 800 XPS® Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115-118
OCTRON® 5000K and 6500K for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displays, Signage and Backlighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118
OCTRON® Curvalume® U-Shaped Lamps
with 1 5/8” Leg Spacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118-119
OCTRON® Curvalume® U-Shaped . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lamps with 6” Leg Spacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119-120
PENTRON® T5 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120
PENTRON® High Performance T5 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120-121
PENTRON® High Performance, High Output T5 Lamps . . . . . . . . .121-122
PENTRON® Circline High Performance T5 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . .122-123
Rapid Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123
3' SUPERSAVER® Rapid Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123
3' Standard Rapid Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123
4' SUPERSAVER® Rapid Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123-124
4' Standard Rapid Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .124-125
CURVALUME® Rapid Start SUPERSAVER® U-Shaped, 6" Leg Spacing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125-126
CURVALUME® Rapid Start - Standard Lamps U-Shaped 6" Leg Spacing .126
Circline T9 Rapid Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126
High Output (800mA) Rapid Start SUPERSAVER® Lamps . . . . . . . . . .126-127
High Output (800mA) Rapid Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127-128
High Output (800mA) Rapid Start Lamps for
Cold Temperature Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128
Very High Output (1500mA) Rapid Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129
Instant Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129
Slimline Instant Start SUPERSAVER® Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .129-130
Slimline Instant Start Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130-131
Instant Start Bipin Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131
Preheat Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132
Miniature T5 Preheat Lamps (Starter Required) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132
Standard T8 and T12 Preheat Lamps (Starter Required) . . . . . . . . .132-134
Specialty Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134
SAFELINE® Shatter Resistant Coated Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134
Weather-Shielded Jacketed Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134
GRO-LUX® Lamps for Plant Growth & Aquariums . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134
Miniature T2 Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135
ICETRON® Inductively Coupled, Electrodeless Lamps . . . . . . . . . .135-136
Blacklight, Preheat Lamps (Starter Required) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136
Blacklight, Rapid Start Lamps (No Starter Required) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136
Blacklight Blue, Preheat Lamps (Starter Required) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136
Blacklight Blue, Rapid Start Lamps (No Starter Required) . . . . . . . . . . . .137
Germicidal Preheat Lamps (Starter Required) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .137
Fluorescent Preheat Lamp Starters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138
Glostat Starters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138
COP Starters with Cutout And Manual Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138
HID Starters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138
Symbols & Footntoes for Fluorescent Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139-143
QUICKTRONIC® ELECTRONIC BALLASTS
The System Solution™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144
How to Read Product Information - Electronic Ballasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145
Ballast Categories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145
QUICKTRONIC® T8 Fluorescent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146
T8 Instant Start, <20%THD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Normal Light Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146
High Light Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146-147
Low Power Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147
T8 Instant Start, <10%THD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147
T8 Instant Start, <20% THD Low . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147
T8 Instant Start Start, <10%THD
Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .147
High Efficiency, Instant Start < 10%
Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148
T8 Programmed Start, <10% THD
Universal Voltage Xtreme System Low Ballast Factor . . . . . . . . . . . .148
Universal Voltage SUPERSAVER Xtreme System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .148
Universal Voltage Normal Light Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149
T8 Instant Start, <20%, 8 Foot
Normal Light Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149
High Light Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149
T8 Instant Start, < 10%, 8 Foot
Normal Light Output - Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149
QUICKTRONIC® T5 Linear Fluorescent
T5HO Programmed Start, <10%THD
Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149-150
T5 Programmed Start, <10% THD
Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150
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QUICKTRONIC® ELECTRONIC BALLASTS (cont.)
QUICKTRONIC® T5 Linear Fluorescent
T5HO Programmed Start, <10%THD
Discrete Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150
QUICKTRONIC® TT5 Compact Fluorescent
TT5 Instant Start, <20%THD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151
TT5 Programmed Start, <10%THD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151
QUICKTRONIC® T4 Compact Fluorescent
Programmed Start, <10%
Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151
QUICKTRONIC® T8 Fluorescent
T8 Dimming, <10% THD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152
QUICKTRONIC® T5 Linear Fluorescent - DIM
T5HO Dimming, <10% THD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152
QUICKTRONIC® T8 Fluorescent - DIM
T8 Dimming, <10% THD - DALI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152
QUICKTRONIC® T5 Linear Fluorescent - DALI
T5HO Dimming, < 10% DALI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153
T5 Dimming , <10% THD DALI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153
QUICKTRONIC® T12 Fluorescent
T12 Instant Start, < 20%, 8 Foot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153
T12HO Rapid Start, <20%THD, 8 Foot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153
T12 Rapid Start, <10% THD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153-154
QUICKTRONIC® ICETRON® Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154
QUICKTRONIC® Metal Halide - Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154
QUICKTRONIC® T2 Fluorescent Miniature - Universal Voltage . . . . . . . . . . .154
MAGNETIC FLUORESCENT BALLASTS
How to Read Product Information – Magnetic Fluorescent Ballasts . . . . . . .155
Certifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .156
Rapid Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157
Instant Start Slimline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157
Rapid Start HO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .157-158
Rapid Start VHO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .158
Preheat/Trigger Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159
T9 Circline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159
MAGNETIC HID BALLASTS
How to Read Product Information – Magnetic HID Ballasts . . . . . . . . . . . . .160
METALARC® Metal Halide
Core & Coil Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161
Pulse Start Core & Coil Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .161-163
F-Can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .163
Pulse Start F-Can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .163
Indoor Enclosed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .163-164
LUMALUX® High Pressure Sodium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
High Pressure Sodium Reactor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164
High Pressure Sodium
Core & Coil Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164-165
F-Cans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165
Mercury
Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165-166
Capacitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .166
Ignitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .167
Symbols and Footnotes for Electronic &
Magnetic Ballast Control Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .168-170
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PHOTO-OPTIC SPECIALTY LAMPS
Photo-Optic Lamp Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .171
Photo-Optic Halogen
Audiovisual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172-176
Studio, Theatre, TV & Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176-178
Large PAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178-179
Special Purpose Heat Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179
Aircraft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179-180
Airfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180-181
Photo-Optic Discharge
HMI® Metal Halide
HMI® Single-Ended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
HMI® Double-Ended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183
HMP® Metal Halide
HMP® Single-Ended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
HMP® Double-Ended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
HTI™ Metal Halide
HTI™ Single-Ended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185-186
HTI™ Double-Ended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HTI™ with Dichroic Reflector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187
HSR® Metal Halide
HSR® with Outer Jacket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188
HSD® Metal Halide
HSD® with Outer Jacket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189
VIP® Video and Data Projection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190
XBO® Xenon Short Arc
XBO® <= 450W Xenon Short Arc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191-195
XBO® >450W Xenon Short Arc Cinema Film Projection . . . . .196-203
HBO® Mercury Short Arc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .204-207
HBO® Mercury Short Arc for Microlithography . . . . . . . . . . . . .208-215
Excimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
Xeradex™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
Spectral . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .216
Photo-Optic Reference
Lamp Bases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .217-219
Operating Positions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .220
Photo-Optic Footnotes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .221-224
Photo-Optic Warnings
Tungsten Halogen & Incandescent Photo-Optic Lamps . . . . . .225-226
Metal Halide Photo-Optic Lamps [HMI®, HMD®,
HMP®, HSD®, HSR®, HTI™] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .226-228
VIP® Super High Pressure Mercury Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .228-230
XBO® High Pressure Xenon Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .230-231
HBO® High Pressure Mercury Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .232-234
Photo-Optic Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .235-238
OSRAM PLANON Lamps
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LED MODULES
OSRAM OPTO Semiconductors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .240
LED Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .241
How to Read Product Information – LED Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .243
LED Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .244
LED Lamp Module Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .244
LINEARlight -Rigid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .245-246
COINlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .247-249
LINEARlight -Flexible . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250-251
OPTIC Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .252
LED Tag
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .253
LINEARlight Colormix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .254-255
BACKlight Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .256-257
EFFECTlight Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .258
MARKERlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .259-263
OPTOTRONICS Dimming and RGB Control Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .264
OPTOTRONICS LED Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .265
LAMP AND BALLAST WARRANTIES
HID System Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .266-267
QUICK 60+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .268-269
Magnetic Ballast Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .270
LED System Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .271
MANUFACTURERS CROSS REFERENCE
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