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EQUIPMENT
RADIANT P1500 SERIES
P O I N T- O F - S A L E T E R M I N A L
for the retail industry
Retail operators face unprecedented competition, demanding
consumers, and high labor turnover. Sales growth has become an
urgent priority, and the key to driving topline growth is having
point-of-sale technology that is fast, reliable, and flexible.
Radiant P1500 Series point-of-sale terminals combine a retailhardened design with the latest high-performance open technology.
Configurations include advanced features, such as a high bright 15inch touch screen, Intel® Centrino™ mobile technology, and flash
memory – helping you accelerate speed of service, increase
customer throughput, and drive topline growth.
p
IMPROVE SPEED OF SERVICE
Increase customer throughput, improve
order accuracy, and significantly reduce
cashier training – high-performance touch
screen technology, a graphical order
confirmation display, multi-media, and
stereo sound help promote fast, accurate
service.
p
MAXIMIZE SYSTEM UPTIME
Provide consistent customer service even
during the busiest times with a highly
reliable, fit-for-purpose POS terminal.
Withstand challenging operating conditions found in extreme retail and hospitality environments.
p
INCREASE FLEXIBILITY THROUGH
OPEN ARCHITECTURE
Leverage industry-standard Intel
components, numerous powered peripheral
ports, and the latest wireless technology to
meet your business needs today and in the
future. Easily integrate the solution with
your site’s network and other technology
systems. Run Radiant or third-party POS
software on Radiant hardware.
p
ACHIEVE A SINGLE POINT OF
ACCOUNTABILITY
Use Radiant as a single source for a
comprehensive, integrated hardware and
software solution for your operations.
Reduce implementation risks and optimize
the technology solution for your operating
environment.
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REDUCE COST OF TECHNOLOGY
OWNERSHIP
Ensure longevity of your technology
investment – use a solution designed for
extreme retail environments, built with
industry standard components, and backed
by Radiant’s comprehensive support and
return-to-service capabilities.
R A D I A N T
P 1 5 5 0
P O S
The Radiant P1500 Series POS
offers different configuration
options to meet the needs of any
operator. Available features include
(depending on configuration):
SPECIFICATIONS
P1520 POS
P1550 POS
CPU
Celeron® M 1.3 Ghz
Intel Pentium® M 1.6 Ghz or
Celeron® M 1.3 Ghz
Chipset
Intel 852GM
Intel 855GME
pIntel® Centrino™ Mobile
Ports
and Expansion
6 Powered Serial, 4 USB 2.0 Host Ports
2 dedicated cash drawer ports,
1 DVI port (output for second order
confirmation display or monitor),
1 PS/2 Port, 1 Mini-PCI expansion slot
1 low profile PCI slot, Optional
parallel and powered USB (24v)
8 Powered Serial,
4 USB 2.0 Host Ports,
2 dedicated cash drawer ports
1 DVI port (output for second order
confirmation display or monitor),
1 PCMCIA slot (Type II),
1 low profile PCI slot
Storage
Hard Drive, uDOC or Compact Flash
Hard Drive or Compact Flash
Volatile Memory
2 DIMM slots with up to 2GB DDR
SDRAM supported
2 DIMM slots with up to 2GB DDR
SDRAM supported
Networking
Auto-selecting 10/100 Base-T
Ethernet using TCP/IP
Auto-selecting 10/100 Base-T
Ethernet using TCP/IP
Primary Display
15" XGA, Active Matrix, also supports
VGA & SGA
15" XGA, Active Matrix, High-brightness
(500 NIT), also supports VGA & SGA
Customer Display
2x20 display (integrated or pole
mount) or 5.5” digital video Order
Confirmation Display (stand or pole
mount); supports 12.1" Interactive
Customer Display and external displays
2x20 display (integrated or pole
mount) or 5.5” digital video Order
Confirmation Display (stand or pole
mount); supports 12.1" Interactive
Customer Display and external displays
Speaker
Integrated 2 watt x 2 speakers for
stereo sound
Integrated 2 watt x 2 speakers for
stereo sound
Touch Screen
Native support for 5-wire resistive or
capacitive
Native support for 5-wire resistive or
capacitive
MPEG Video
Decoding
Software MPEG decoding supported
Software MPEG decoding supported
Enclosure
Polycarbonate/ABS impact resistant,
high strength blend, environmentally
sealed
Polycarbonate/ABS impact resistant,
high strength blend, environmentally
sealed
Dimensions
13.4" to 14.2" L x 15.8" or 16.8" W
x 11.5" to 14.2" H,
34.0 to 36.0 cm L x 40.1 or 42.6 cm
W x 29.2 to 36.0 cm H
13.4" to 14.2" L x 15.8" or 16.8" W
x 11.5" to 14.2" H,
34.0 to 36.0 cm L x 40.1 or 42.6 cm
W x 29.2 to 36.0 cm H
Base Dimensions
11.9" L x 10.7" W,
30.2 cm L x 27.1 W
11.9" L x 10.7" W,
30.2 cm L x 27.1 W
Tilt Angle
20° to 100° from vertical
20° to 100° from vertical
Weight
22.7 lbs., 10.3 kg
22.7 lbs., 10.3 kg
Operating
Temperature
32°F - 104°F, 0°C - 40°C
32°F - 113°F, 0°C - 45°C
Storage Temperature
32°F - 158°F, 0°C - 70°C
32°F - 158°F, 0°C - 70°C
Humidity
5% to 85%, non-condensing
5% to 85%, non-condensing
EMI Certifications
FCC Class A, CE, C-Tick
FCC Class A, CE, C-Tick
Safety Certifications
UL, CUL
UL, CUL
technology – combining a
Pentium® M based processor,
Intel 855 chipset, and optional
PRO/Wireless card
pIntel EmbeddedATX mother-
board form factor
pRobust and reliable thermal design
using an isolated heat pipe
pResistive or capacitive touch screen
pFully integrated, low-profile, water
and tamper-resistant housing
pRadiant’s innovative CableLock™
System, which provides concealed
cable routing and cable restraint
for higher system reliability and
ease of installation
p3.5" hard drive for fast, high-
capacity storage
p3-Track integrated Magnetic Stripe
Reader (MSR) for credit, debit,
loyalty, and employee ID cards
pIntegrated motion sensor
(optional– on P1550)
pIntegrated stereo water-proof
speakers to provide high-quality
feedback for user interaction
pSupport for multiple operating
systems, including Windows XP
Professional, XP Embedded,
Windows Embedded for Point-ofService (WEPOS), and others
F O R M O R E I N F O R M AT I O N , P L E A S E V I S I T U S AT
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P1500S-RETAIL-0706
© 2007 Radiant Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Radiant Systems and design is a registered trademark of
Radiant Systems, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
CompactThermalReceiptPrinter
withTwo-ColorCapability
Epson
TM-T88IV
POSPrinter
TheTM-T88IVthermalprinteristhelatestaddition
toEpson’sinnovative,industry-leadingTM-T88
POSprinterseries.
Designed specifically for high-volume retail and food service
environments, the TM-T88IV delivers more speed and
more reliability than ever before. It offers 25% faster printing
of text and graphics than the TM-T88III, two-color
capability and more ease-of-use features.
• High-speedprintingofupto7.9”/sec.—25%faster
thantheTM-T88III
• Samefastprintspeedforbothtextandgraphics
• Two-colorprintingofreceiptsincludinglogosand
allothergraphics
• Ease-of-usefeaturesincludingdrop-inpaperloading,
long-lastingautocutterandAutoStatusBackmessages
• Improvedcoverdesignforincreasedspillresistance
• Optionalpowersupplycase
• Two-yearwarranty
Fast two-color printing of text
and graphics
Now you can speed customer transactions with the TM-T88IV printer.
It prints receipts at speeds of up to
200mm (7.9 inches) per second—
25% faster than the TM-T88III and,
unlike other printers, the TM-T88IV
prints text and graphics at the same
fast speed. In addition, its two-color
red and black printing capabilities can
be used to highlight order changes
to minimize kitchen errors and create
attention-getting color logos and
impactful marketing messages.
Designed for ease-of-use
and convenience
The TM-T88IV’s small footprint is
ideally suited for both retail and food
service environments. The printer
can be placed either on the countertop or wall using an optional wallhanging bracket, whichever is most
convenient. It also features easy,
drop-in paper loading, an autocutter,
an improved cover design to protect
from spills and an optional annunciator to alert wait staff when kitchen
orders are ready.
Reliability you can count on
The TM-T88IV boasts even more
reliability than the TM-T88III.
With a MCBF of 52 million lines,
a MTBF of 360,000 hours and an
autocutter life of 1.5 million cuts,
the TM-T88IV printer delivers the
outstanding reliability that is critical
in high-volume environments.
Integration made easy
With Epson’s wide range of
Connect-It™ interfaces, the TMT88IV is compatible with today’s
best-of-breed and component-based
systems. Interface options are available for high-speed USB, serial,
parallel, Ethernet and wireless. The
TM-T88IV also has the same external dimensions as the TM-T88III for
easy drop-in replacement.
Backed by the leader
The TM-T88IV features the quality
and reliability that Epson is known
for and is backed by Epson’s two-year
warranty.
CompactThermalReceiptPrinter
withTwo-ColorCapability
TM-T88IVPOSPrinter
Epson
Printer Specifications
TM-T88IV
General
Printmethod
Thermallineprinting
Printfont
Font
9x17/12x24
Columncapacity
56/42columns
Charactersize
FontA:1.41x3.39FontB:0.99x2.40Kanji:3.39x3.39(WxHmm)
Characterset
95Alphanumeric,37International,128x11Graphic(includinguser-definedpage)
Traditional/SimpleChinese,Thai,Japanese,Korean
Barcode
UPC-A/E,CODE39/93/128,EAN8/13,ITF,CODABAR
2Dsymbols:PDF417,QR-CODE
Printer
Interface*
RS-232C,IEEE1284parallel;RS-485;high-speedUSB;10/100Base-T/TX;wireless
Databuffer
Receive:45bytesor4KB,selectable;user-defined:12KB;macro:2KB;NVgraphics:
256KB;NVuser:1KB;pagemodearea:106K
Printspeed(max.)
7.9”/second(200mm)graphicsandtext;3.9”/secondin2-colorprintmode
Paperdimensions
3.13”±0.02”x3.27”diameter(79.5±0.5(W)x83mm)
Paperthickness
55–80µm
Power
24VDC±7%
Powerconsumption
Approx.1.8A(mean)
D.K.D.function
2drivers
Reliability
MTBF
360,000hours
MCBF
52,000,000lines
Autocutter
1.5millioncuts
Overalldimensions
5.71x7.68x5.83”(WxDxH)(145x195x148mm)
Mass
3.96lb(1.8kg)
Color
ECW,EDG
Factoryoptions
Powersupplycover,PS-180ACadapter,wall-hangingbracket,affixingtapeand
Connect-Itinterfaces*
Control Board
EMIstandards
FCC/ICES-003ClassA
Safetystandards
UL1950/CSAC22.2No.950
Inch values are approximate.
dpi: dots per 25.4mm (dots per inch)
cpi: characters per 25.4mm (characters per inch)
lps: lines per second
*To find out more about our line of Connect-It interfaces,
talk to your Epson Sales Representative.
Optional power supply case
secures cords under printer.
10%
Epson America, Inc. • 3840 Kilroy Airport Way • Long Beach, CA 90806 • (562) 290-5304 • http://pos.epson.com
©2008 Epson America, Inc. Epson is a registered trademark and Epson Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark of Seiko
Epson Corporation. Connect-It is a trademark of Epson America, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective
owners. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
SD-DST884F
Power supply case fits under printer
without increasing footprint size.
Recognition Systems
HandPunch® 1000-E
Biometric Time & Attendance Terminal
An Ethernet Biometric time clock that is truly
affordable for small to midsize businesses.
Ingersoll Rand Recognition Systems now brings the accuracy and
convenience of biometric technology easily within reach of any
time and attendance application. In operations that range from
the corner deli to franchise chains, Ingersoll Rand Recognition
Systems HandReaders have proven themselves to be a practical
and precise solution. Our terminals are so affordable, they make
card-based systems seem obsolete.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Saves money over card-based systems
• Dramatically reduces payroll costs
• Easily integrates into existing network
infrastructures
• Eliminates badges
• Eliminates buddy punching
• Fast and easy to use
• Comes standard with an Ethernet card
• Up to 100 users
• Platen also comes standard with a printed hand
outline to ensure accurate hand placement while
punching
Your Hand Is Your Card
There are no cards to create, administer, carry – or lose. The
HandPunch® 1000-E verifies employees' identities in less than one
second, based on the unique size and shape of their hands. For small
companies, the HandPunch 1000-E provides a quick return on investment
by eliminating the cost associated with administrating and managing
cards. For companies that have small, multiple locations, minimal
supervision leaves opportunity for buddy punching and time fraud.
With the HandPunch 1000-E one employee can't punch for the other.
Time fraud is eliminated thereby reducing payroll costs and increasing
the company's bottom line.
Affordable Ethernet Solution
The HandPunch 1000-E comes standard with a built-in Ethernet
connection allowing for quick integration into your time and attendance
application and existing network infrastructure.
Hand Geometry Technology
The HandPunch 1000-E uses Ingersoll Rand Recognition Systems'
field-proven hand geometry biometric technology. The terminal
captures a three-dimensional image of the hand each time the
employee punches. The hand's size and the shape are used to verify
their identity with unparalleled accuracy. No fingerprints or palm prints
are utilized. Green and red lights notify the employee of the status of
each punch. There's no question, employees have to be there to punch
in.
Small Enterprise Solution
The HandPunch 1000-E provides a new solution for companies with
100 employees or less per terminal or location. Just because you run a
small company doesn’t mean you don’t have time fraud issues. The
HandPunch 1000-E terminal allows small companies to put an end to
time fraud and begin utilizing biometric technology. The added benefit
of standard Ethernet allows easy connectivity to most time and attendance applications. With the HandPunch 1000-E, small companies no
longer need to worry about lost timecards, making new cards,
or employees clocking in for another employee.
SPECIFICATIONS
Part Number: HP-1000E
Size: 8.85 in (22.3 cm) wide
11.65 in (29.6 cm)high
8.55 in (21.7 cm) deep
Weight: 6 lbs (2.7 kg)
Power: 12 to 24 VDC or 12 to 24 VAC 50-60 Hz,
7 watts
Environment: Operating: 32˚F to 113˚F (0˚C to 45˚C)
Relative Humidity: 20% to 80% NC
Non-operating (storage):
14˚F to 140˚F (-10˚C to 60˚C)
Relative Humidity: 5% to 85% NC
Verification Time: Less than one second
Memory Retention: Up to 5 years via the standard internal
lithium battery.
Transaction Storage: 5120 transactions
ID Number Length: 1 to 10 digits from keypad
User Capacity: 100 users
Template Size: 9 bytes
Communications: Ethernet 10 Base-T (TCP/IP)
Options: BB-200 Operational Battery Backup
WAR-EXT 1 year extended warranty
HandPunch® is a registered trademark of Ingersoll Rand Recognition Systems
Specifications subject to change. Please check with your system vendor for details.
-E
408-341-4100 • recognitionsystems.ingersollrand.com
© 2007 Ingersoll-Rand Company
IR-TA-1546
Rev 2/07
SPECIFICATION ShEET
Symbol LS2208
Handheld scanner
FEATURES
Durable construction:
single board construction;
meets Motorola’s stringent
5 ft. drop tests; scratchresistant tempered glass
exit window
Designed for continuous
usage all day, every day;
significantly reduces
downtime and repair costs
high performance 1D
linear scanner
Accurate first time scanning;
always ready for the next
scan; increased productivity
resulting in shorter check-out
lines and better customer
service
Wide working range:
contact to 17 in./43 cm on
100% UPC/EAN symbols
Improves productivity
Increased productivity, lower TCO
The Symbol LS2208 handheld scanner from Motorola
offers high performance scanning at a moderate
price point. From the retail point-of-sale and
backroom to the patient bedside or school book
checkout, the Symbol LS2208 provides fast, reliable
scanning in a durable, lightweight form factor,
delivering enhanced productivity and efficiency
while reducing your total cost of ownership (TCO).
high performance scanning — fast
With aggressive scanning capabilities and a wide
working range, the Symbol LS2208 accurately
captures data fast, helping employees work quickly
and efficiently. And you’ll be up and running fast,
because the Symbol LS2208 is easy to deploy and
use, thanks to its plug-and-play installation and intuitive,
user-friendly design, which requires little or no
training. Plus the ergonomic, balanced form factor
reduces user fatigue to maximize user comfort.
Durable, future-proof construction
The Symbol LS2208 is engineered for continuous,
heavy usage all day, every day and has been tested
to withstand multiple 5 ft./1.5m drops to concrete.
The patented single board construction eliminates
a common point of failure – the interconnection
between multiple boards, and the liquid polymer
scan element delivers integral shock protection to
further ensure reliable operation. Scratch-resistant
tempered glass helps preserve bar code scanning
accuracy. Integrated multiple interfaces, universal
cable compatibility and support for emerging
symbologies provide the investment protection you
need to help ensure that the scanner you buy today
will work with the system you use tomorrow.
Proven quality you can trust
When you choose the Symbol LS2208, you receive
the added assurance of purchasing a product from
Motorola — the global leader in handheld bar code
scanning with millions of scanners in use every day
by the world’s largest retailers worldwide. And since
even the most durable scanners require a support
plan, Motorola’s Service from the Start Advance
Exchange Support provides next-business-day
delivery of a replacement device for true service
peace of mind. This offering also includes Motorola’s
unique Comprehensive Coverage, which extends
normal wear and tear to cover accidental damage
to exit windows, scan elements, housings and
more at no extra charge — virtually eliminating
your unforeseen repair expenses.
For more information about the Symbol LS2208
handheld scanner, visit us at www.motorola.com/
ls2208 or access our global contact directory
at www.motorola.com/enterprisemobility/contactus
SPECIFICATION ShEET
Symbol LS2208
Multiple interfaces: RS232,
USB, KBW (keyboard wedge),
Wand, IBM 468X/9X,
Synapse and Undecoded
in one scanner
Simplifies installation and
integration; future-proof
solution helps ensure
compatibility with your host/
POS today and tomorrow
Symbol LS2208 Specifications
Power Source:
Host power or external power supply
Plug-and-play; universal
cable; intuitive scanning
Rapid deployment; single
cable connects to any
computing environment;
practically eliminates setup
and training time for faster
return on investment
Color:
Cash Register White or Twilight Black
Ergonomic and
lightweight design
Reduces user fatigue with
sleek, balanced form for
maximum user comfort
and productivity
hands-free Intellistand™
Enables presentation
scanning and easy switching
between hands-free and
handheld modes
Advanced Data
Formatting (ADF)
Enables users to modify
data prior to sending to
host computer, reducing
costly modifications to the
host software
Physical Characteristics
Humidity:
Dimensions:
6 in. H x 2.5 in. W x 3.34 in. D
15.2 cm H x 6.3 cm W x 8.4 cm
Drop Specifications: Unit functions normally after repeated
5 ft./1.5 m drops to concrete
Weight:
5.15 oz./146 gm
Ambient Light
Immunity:
Immune to direct exposure of normal
office and factory lighting conditions, as
well as direct exposure to sunlight
Electrostatic
Discharge:
Conforms to 15 kV air discharge and 8 kV
of contact discharge
Voltage and Current: 5 volts +/- 10% at 130 mA typical,
175 mA max
Performance Characteristics
Scanner Type:
Bi-directional
Light Source:
650 nm visible laser diode
Scan Element Frequency:
50Hz
Scan Rate:
100 scans per second typical
Nominal Working
Distance:
See chart below.
Print Contrast:
20% minimum reflective difference
Roll (Tilt): 1
1 +/- 30 degrees
Pitch:
2 +/- 65 degrees
2
Skew (Yaw):
3
3 +/- 60 degrees
Decode Capability: UPC/EAN, UPC/EAN with Supplementals,
UCC/EAN 128, Code 39, Code 39 Full ASCII, Code 39 TriOptic,
Code 128, Code 128 Full ASCII, Codabar, Interleaved 2 of 5,
Discrete 2 of 5, Code 93, MSI, Code 11, IATA, GS1 DataBar
(formerly RSS) variants, Chinese 2 of 5
Interfaces Supported:
RS232, Keyboard Wedge,
Wand, IBM 468X/9X, USB, Synapse and Undecoded
5% to 95% relative humidity, noncondensing
Accessories
Hands-Free Intellistand™: 20-61019-01 or 20-61019-02
Regulatory
Electrical Safety:
Certified to UL1950, CSA C22.2 No. 950,
EN60950/IEC950
EMI/RFI:
FCC Part 15 Class B, ICES-003 Class B,
European Union EMC Directive,
Australian SMA, Taiwan EMC, Japan
VCCI/MITI/Dentori.
Laser Safety:
CDRH Class II, IEC Class 2
Environmental:
Compliant with RoHS directive 2002/95/EEC
Warranty
The Symbol LS2208 is warranted against defects in workmanship
and materials for a period of 5 years (60 months) from date of
shipment, provided that the product remains unmodified and is
operated under normal and proper conditions. See full warranty
for details.
1 - Roll (Tilt): Controlled by rotating the wrist clockwise or counterclockwise
2 - Pitch: Controleed by dropping or raising the wrist
3 - Skew (Yaw): Controlled by rotating the wrist from left to right or vice versa
User Environment
Operating Temp.:
32° to 122° F/0° to 50° C
Storage Temp.:
-40° to 158° F/-40° to 70° C
Depth of Field
Label Density
LS2208
Paper Label
English
Metric
Code 39 - 5 mil
2-50” - 6.00”
6 - 15.25 cm
Code 39 -7. 5 mil
1.50” - 10.00”
3.8 - 25.4 cm
Code 39 - 10 mil
1.00” - 14.25”
2.54 - 14.25 cm
100% UPC - 13 mil
0” - 17.0”
0 - 43 cm
Code 39 - 20 mil
0” - 23.00”
0 - 58.5 cm
Code 39 - 40 mil
0” - 30.00”
0 - 76 cm
motorola.com
Part number SS-LS2208. Printed in USA 12/08. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. Symbol is a registered trademark of
Symbol Technologies, Inc. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. ©Motorola, Inc. 2007. All rights reserved. For system, product or services
availability and specific information within your country, please contact your local Motorola office or Business Partner. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
General Product Description – MS 16-inch Printer Fired
Cash Drawer
Radiant Model P000F024
Radiant cash drawer model P000F024
is a custom-designed cash drawer
manufactured by M-S Cash Drawer for
Radiant Systems. The cash drawer
features a full five-bill, five-coin
molded till and a printer fired interface
with detachable cable. A stainless steel
front, three-function lock, and rugged
screw on feet all come standard.
Every-Unit-Item Features and Benefits
Feature
Benefit
Detachable Cable
The same drawer can be used with many
different types of receipt printers simply by
switching interface cables; If your printer
requirements ever change, you won't have to
replace the whole cash drawer
Printer Driven
Eliminates the need for a power supply or
separate power cord
Dual Beveled Media Slots
Quick access to media storage reduces
transaction time
This document is intended only for internal use by Radiant employees, and may contain information
which is privileged, confidential and exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If the reader of
this document is not a Radiant employee, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution
or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited.
Cash Drawer Features
Feature Number P000F024
MS 16-inch Printer Fired Cash Drawer
Includes black 16-inch CD00046 cash drawer with stainless steel front, five-bill/five-coin till,
24V printer fired interface, and detachable cable compatible with receipt printers that have Epson
compatible cash drawer kick out ports.
Optional Accessories
CB00318 Spare cash drawer interface cable f/ printers w/ Epson compatible CD ports, 6 ft
CB00319 Cash drawer interface cable for printers with Ithaca compatible CD ports, 6 ft
CB00320 Cash drawer interface cable for printers with Star compatible CD ports, 6 ft
OP00013 Spare/extra 5-bill, 5-coin money till
CD00048 Optional steel locking lid
CD00049 Optional under-the-counter mounting brackets
CD00050 Spare cash drawer foot
CD00020 Spare cash drawer key 010
Specifications
Enclosure
Steel enclosure with black powder coat finish
and stainless steel drawer front
Key lock
Three function lock (manual open, electrically
on-line, and locked closed)
Till
Five-bill/five-coin
Media slots
Two beveled media slots
Interface
Printer fired; 24VDC solenoid @ 25 ohms
Cable length
6 feet
Tray release
Quick release tray; No tools are required to
remove the tray
Dimension
15.9” (W) x 16.7” (L) x 4.36” (H) with feet
Weight
20 lbs
Power
Powered by receipt printer
This document is intended only for internal use by Radiant employees, and may contain information
which is privileged, confidential and exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If the reader of
this document is not a Radiant employee, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution
or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited.
Operating temperature
0 to 50 C
Operating humidity
10% to 90% without condensation
Storage temperature
-20 to 70 C
Storage humidity
5% to 95% without condensation
Installation Notes
Footprint: An area of no less 15.9” (W) x 16.7” (L) x 4.36” (H) is recommended to properly
install the cash drawer. Additional clearance is required in front of the drawer to allow the
drawer to open. Optional mounting brackets for under-the-counter installation are available.
Power and Cabling: The cash drawer is powered from the interface cable when connected to a
receipt printer's 24V cash drawer kick out port. A single cable provides both power and drawer
interface. Make sure that the cable end labeled "Printer" is connected to the printer's cash drawer
kick out port, and that the cable end labeled "Cash Drawer" is connected to the port on the back
of the cash drawer.
Moisture: The cash drawer is not water-resistant. Accordingly, units should not be installed in
areas where they might be exposed to direct water spray. Units are not intended for outdoor
installation.
This document is intended only for internal use by Radiant employees, and may contain information
which is privileged, confidential and exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If the reader of
this document is not a Radiant employee, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution
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HP LaserJet P1000 and P1500 Series
User Guide
C
Device specifications
Table C-1 Physical specifications1
1
Specification
HP LaserJet P1000 Series
HP LaserJet P1500 Series
Device weight (without cartridge)
4.7 kg (10.4 lbs)
5.4 kg (11.9 lbs)
Device weight, including cartridge
5.2 kg (11.5)
5.9 kg (13 lbs)
Device height
195 mm (7.7 inches)
225 mm (8.9 inches)
Device depth, with paper tray closed
238 mm (9.4 inches)
245 mm (9.6 inches)
Device depth, with paper tray extended
for letter size paper
344 mm (13.5 inches)
355 mm (14 inches)
Device depth, with paper tray extended
for A4 size paper
353 mm (13.9 inches)
355 mm (14 inches)
Device depth, with paper tray full
extended for legal size paper
411 mm (16.2 inches)
413 mm (16.3 inches)
Device width
349 mm (13.7 inches)
379 mm (14.9 inches)
Values are based on preliminary data. See http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1000 or http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1500 for
current information.
WARNING! Power requirements are based on the country/region where the device is sold. Do not
convert operating voltages. Doing so might damage the device and void the product warranty.
Table C-2 Electrical specifications1
1
Item
110 Volt models
220 Volt models
Power requirements
100-127V (+/-10%), 50/60 Hz (+/- 2 Hz)
220-240V (+/-10%), 50/60 Hz (+/- 2 Hz)
Rated current for the HP LaserJet P1000
Series
4.9 amps
2.9 amps
Rated current for the HP LaserJet P1500
Series
4.9 amps
2.9 amps
Values are based on preliminary data. See http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1000 or http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1500 for
current information.
Table C-3 Power consumption (average, in Watts)1
ENWW
Product model
Printing2
Ready2
PowerSave
Off
HP LaserJet P1000
Series
285 Watts
4 Watts
4 Watts
0.8 Watt
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Table C-3 Power consumption (average, in Watts) (continued)
Product model
Printing2
Ready2
PowerSave
Off
HP LaserJet P1500
Series
380 Watts
5 Watts
5 Watts
0.8 Watt
1
Values are based on preliminary data. See http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1000 or http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1500 for
current information.
2
Power reported is highest values measured for monochrome printing using all standard voltages.
3
Recovery time from Power Save to start of printing: < 8 seconds
4
Maximum heat dissipation for all models in Ready Mode = 62 BTU/Hour
Table C-4 Acoustic emissions1
Sound Power Level for the HP LaserJet P1000 Series
Declared Per ISO 92961
Printing (14 PPM)2
LWAd = 6.29 Bels (A) [62.9 dB (A)]
Ready
Inaudible
Sound Power Level for the HP LaserJet P1500 Series
Declared Per ISO 92961
Printing (22 PPM)3
LWAd = 6.3 Bels (A) [63 dB (A)]
Ready
Inaudible
Sound Pressure Level (SPL)-Bystander Position for the
HP LaserJet P1000 Series
Declared Per ISO 92961
Printing (14 PPM)2
LpAm = 50 dB(A)
Ready
Inaudible
Sound Pressure Level (SPL)-Bystander Position for the
HP LaserJet P1500 Series
Declared Per ISO 9296
Printing (22 PPM)3
LpAm = 50 dB(A)
Ready
Inaudible
1
Values are based on preliminary data. See http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1000 or http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1500 for
2
Configuration tested: HP LaserJet P1000 Series, continuous monochrome printing on A4 paper at 14 PPM.
3
Configuration tested: HP LaserJet P1500 Series, continuous monochrome printing on A4 paper at 22 PPM.
current information.
Table C-5 Environmental specifications
1
Recommended1
Operating1
Storage1
Temperature
17.5°C to 25°C (63.5°F to 77°
F)
10°C to 32.5°C (50°F to 90.5°
F)
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Relative Humidity
30% to 70% (no
condensation)
10% to 90% (no
condensation)
10% to 90% (no
condensation)
Values are based on preliminary data. See http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1000 or http://www.hp.com/support/ljp1500 for
current information.
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Appendix C Device specifications
ENWW
Installation
2 Placement / Power
1 Connect the Battery
®®
In compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, the Back-UPS is shipped with the
internal red battery wire disconnected. The Back-UPS will not operate until the internal red wire is connected to the battery. Once connected, allow the Back-UPS to charge for a full eight hours prior to use.
Note: Small sparks may occur during battery connection. This is normal.
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Back-UPS™
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350/500
Avoid placing the Back-UPS in:
•
Direct sunlight
•
Excessive heat
•
Excessive humidity or in contact with fluids
of any type
Plug the Back-UPS into a wall outlet, as shown.
a.
Open the battery compartment, as shown.
c.
Connect the red battery wire to the
battery terminal.
b.
Pull the battery about half way out, as shown
d.
Push the battery into the battery compartment
and re-install the cover, as shown.
User’s Manual
positive
990-2084A 2/02
3 Check the Building
Wiring Fault Indicator
If the red Building Wiring Fault indicator on the
rear panel of the Back-UPS is lit, one of the
following conditions exists:
• Open or high resistance ground
• Hot or neutral polarity reversed
• Overloaded neutral circuit
A lit indicator means that a potential shock
hazard exists. Improper building wiring should
be corrected by a qualified electrician. Do not
use the Back-UPS until the condition that caused
the fault is corrected.
Note: Improper building wiring will not prevent the
Back-UPS from operating, but it will limit its
protection capability. It may also result in
equipment damage that is not covered by the APC
Equipment Protection Policy.
6 Switch On the
Back-UPS
Note: Allow the Back-UPS to charge for a full eight
hours prior to use.
Press the push-button on the front panel of the
Back-UPS.
On Line
On Battery
Overload
Replace Battery
4 Connect Equipment to the Back-UPS
Surge Only Outlets (qty. of 3). These outlets are
always On (when utility power is available) and
are not controlled by the On/Off switch. These
outlets do not provide power during a power
outage. Connect a printer, fax machine or scanner
to these outlets.
Monitor
Fax
Computer
Printer
External
Drive
Scanner
The telephone ports provide lightning surge protection for any device connected to the telephone
line (computer, modem, fax or telephone). The
telephone ports are compatible with Home Phoneline Networking Alliance (HPNA) and Digital
Suscriber Line (DSL) standards, as well as all
modem data rates. Connect as shown.
Wall Outlet
Black Velcro Straps (qty. of 2 - not shown). For
convenience, two velcro traps have been included
and can be used to manage power cords.
7 Connect USB Cable and Install Software (optional)
Note: The Back-UPS software CD-ROM provides
data reporting and unattended shutdown of
computers connected to the device. The User’s
Guide contains additional information about the
Back-UPS software. The User’s Guide is
contained in the main folder with the CD-ROM.
Attention: USB Hubs
The Back-UPS should be plugged into the USB
port of the computer, not into a USB hub.
The computer must be powered On before
connecting the USB cable. Connect the USB cable
end (USB symbol facing down) to the rear panel
USB port of the Back-UPS. Connect the other end
of the USB cable to the USB port (usually located
on the rear panel of the computer).
Windows 98 and Windows Me Users
• The green On-Line indicator flashes.
5 Connect the Phone
Modem/Phone/Fax
For other Microsoft® Windows® or Macintosh®
operating systems, please follow the steps below,
as appropriate:
Observe that the following events occur after
pressing and releasing the push-button:
The Back-UPS charges the internal battery
any time it is connected to a wall outlet.
Line to Surge Protection
The rear panel of the Back-UPS consists of the
following elements:
Battery Back Up Outlets (qty. of 3). These
outlets provide battery back-up, surge protection,
and Electro-magnetic Interference (EMI) filtering.
In case of power outage, battery power is
automatically provided to these outlets. Power
(utility or battery) is not supplied to these outlets
when the Back-UPS is switched Off. Connect a
computer, monitor, and external disk or CD-ROM
drive to these outlets.
•
Please insert the APC PowerChute® Personal
Edition Software CD-ROM included with your
Back-UPS into the CD-ROM drive of your
computer. The installation program will load
automatically. Please follow the on-screen
instructions to install the software.
Windows 2000 Users
The APC PowerChute Personal Edition Software
CD-ROM included with your UPS contains a
“wizard” that optimizes your system’s power
settings for operation with your Back-UPS. It does
this by changing various settings in Power
Options Properties in the Control Panel. APC
strongly advises you to reconfigure your system
by running this wizard.
1. Insert the APC PowerChute Personal Edition
Software CD-ROM into the computer’s CDROM drive.
2. Choose “Start” and then the “Run” option.
Type: <CD-ROM drive letter>:\setup.exe.
Click “OK” and follow the instructions.
Microsoft Windows XP Users
Please visit the APC website at www.apc.com/
windowsxp for updates on the availability of
Windows XP software.
Insert the APC PowerChute Personal Edition
Software CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. An
icon called “APC Shutdown Manager v1.0.1” will
appear on your desktop. Open the folder and
double-click the “ReadMe” file. Make sure your
hardware matches the requirements stated in the
ReadMe file. Double-click on “APC Shutdown
Manager v1.0.1” to begin the installation of the
software. At the first dialog, click on “Continue”.
Read the displayed license agreement and click
“Accept” if you agree to the terms. Click on
“Install” to begin. After installation, click on the
“Restart” dialog button to restart your computer.
All Other Users
The software is designed for the Windows and
Macintosh operating systems mentioned in this
section. If you do not have one of these operating
systems, your unit will still provide these primary
features:
• Battery backup, surge protection, and telephone
line protection to protect your entire desktop
from lightning and power surges.
• Runtime needed for you to work through brief
power disturbances: provides time to manually
save data and shut down safely.
Installation of the APC PowerChute Personal
Edition Software is not mandatory. However, other
features provided by the software include
unattended automatic operating system shutdown,
as well as application data saving. To activate
these features, install the software as previously
discussed.
• The yellow On Battery indicator lights while
the Self-Test is being performed.
• When Self-Test has successfully completed,
only the green On Line indicator will be lit.
• If the internal battery is not connected, (see
Step 1 above) the green On Line indicator and
red Replace Battery indicator will light. The
Back-UPS will also emit a chirping sound.
Mac OS 9 (9.0.4/9.1 or higher) Users
APC PowerChute Personal Edition Software has
been designed specifically to work with Mac OS 9
(9.0.4/9.1 or higher). There are builds of Mac OS
prior to Mac OS 9.0.4/9.1 with power drivers that
have known problems, so please make sure that
you have the most up to date version of Mac OS 9
(9.0.4/9.1 or higher).
TO COMPUTER
USB PORT
RJ-45 to USB
CABLE
Status Indicators and Alarms
There are four status indicators (lights) on the front
panel of the Back-UPS (On Line, On Battery,
Overload, and Replace Battery).
On Line
On Battery (yellow) - is lit whenever the bat-
Overload (red) - is lit whenever power demand
Replace Battery (red) - is lit whenever the bat-
tery of the Back-UPS is powering equipment connected to the Battery Backup Outlets.
has exceeded the capacity of the Back-UPS.
tery is near the end of its useful life, or if the battery is not connected (see above). A battery that is
near the end of its useful life has insufficient runtime and should be replaced.
Four Beeps Every 30 Seconds - this
alarm is sounded whenever the BackUPS is running On Battery. Consider
saving work in progress.
Continuous Tone - this alarm is
sounded whenever the Battery Backup
outlets are overloaded.
On Battery
Overload
Replace Battery
On Line (green) - is lit whenever utility power
is powering the Battery Backup outlets.
Continuous Beeping - this alarm is
sounded whenever a low battery condition is reached. Battery run-time is
very low. Promptly save any work in
progress and exit all open applications. Shutdown the operating system,
computer and the Back-UPS.
Circuit Breaker - the circuit breaker
button located on the rear panel of the
Back-UPS will stick out if an overload
condition forces the Back-UPS to disconnect itself from utility power. If the
button sticks out, disconnect non-essential equipment. Reset the circuit breaker
by pushing the button inward.
Chirps for 1 Minute Every 5 Hours this alarm is sounded whenever the
battery has failed the automatic diagnostic test.
APC, PowerChute and Back-UPS are registered trademarks
of American Power Conversion. All other trademarks are
Property of their respective owners.
Troubleshooting
Back-UPS Storage
Use the tables below to solve minor Back-UPS installation and operation problems. Consult APC On-line
Technical Support or call APC Technical Support for assistance with problems that cannot be resolved using
this document:
Before storing, charge the Back-UPS for at least eight hours. Store the Back-UPS covered and upright in
a cool, dry location. During storage, recharge the battery in accordance with the following table:
Storage Temperature
Possible Cause
23 o to 86o F (-5o to 30oC)
Procedure
Back-UPS will not switch on
Back-UPS not connected to an AC
power source.
Check that the Back-UPS power plug is
securely connected to the wall outlet.
Recharge Frequency Charging Duration
Every 6 months
8 hours
86o to 113o F (30o to 45oC) Every 3 months
8 hours
Please contact APC Technical Support to troubleshoot the unit before returning it to APC.
Order Replacement Battery
Back-UPS circuit breaker “tripped”.
Very low or no utility voltage.
Disconnect non-essential equipment from the
Back-UPS. Reset the circuit breaker (located
on the rear panel of the Back-UPS) by pushing the circuit breaker button fully inward
until it catches. If the circuit breaker resets,
switch the Back-UPS on and reconnect the
equipment one-at-a-time. If the circuit
breaker trips again, it is likely that one of the
connected devices is causing the overload.
The typical battery lifetime is 3-6 years (depending on the number of discharge cycles and operating
temperature). A replacement battery can be ordered over the phone from APC, or the battery can be
ordered on-line from the APC web site (see below, a valid credit card is required).
Check the wall outlet that supplies power to
the Back-UPS using a table lamp. If the lamp
bulb is very dim, have the utility voltage
checked by a qualified electrician.
Battery replacement is a safe procedure. The Back-UPS can be left on with the equipment connected
during this procedure. Do not replace the battery when the Back-UPS is On Battery. Refer to the APC
Safety Guide for additional information.
Back-UPS does not power computer/monitor/external drive during an outage
Internal battery is not connected.
Check the battery connections. (See “Connect the Battery” under
“Installation” on the front page of this document.
Computer, monitor or external disk/
CD-ROM drive is plugged into a
Surge Only outlet.
Move computer, monitor, or external drive power cord plug to the
Battery Backup outlets.
Back-UPS operates on battery although normal utility voltage exists
Back-UPS circuit breaker “tripped”.
Disconnect non-essential equipment from the
Back-UPS. Reset the circuit breaker (located
on the rear panel of the Back-UPS) by pushing the circuit breaker button fully inward
until it catches.
The wall outlet that the Back-UPS is
connected to does not supply utility
power to the unit.
Connect the Back-UPS to another wall outlet or have a qualified
electrician check the building wiring.
When ordering, please specify Battery Cartridge RBC2.
Battery Replacement
Please consult the "Connect Battery" diagrams (a through d) on the front page of this document when
performing the following procedures:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
While viewing the Back-UPS from the front, lay the Back-UPS on its left side (diagram a).
Slide the battery compartment cover off of the Back-UPS (diagram a).
Grasp the tab attached to the battery and slide the battery partially out of the case. Grab the battery
firmly and pull it straight out. The battery wires will disconnect as the battery is pulled out (diagram b).
Carefully unpack the new battery. Retain the packing carton so that the old battery can be recycled.
Insert the new battery halfway into the Back-UPS (diagram d).
Connect the wires to the new battery as follows:
Red Wire - to red (positive) terminal
Black Wire - to black (negative) terminal
Note: Small sparks at the battery terminals are normal during connection.
Carefully insert the battery fully into the Back-UPS.
Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
The Replace Battery indicator will shut off within the 14-day self-test interval, or when the BackUPS is switched On.
The old battery must be recycled. Deliver the battery to an appropriate recycling facility or return it to
APC in the packing carton that came with the new battery. Additional recycling information is provided
with the new battery.
Back-UPS does not provide expected backup time
Back-UPS is excessively loaded.
Unplug non-essential Battery Backup connected equipment, such as
printers and plug them into Surge Only outlets.
Note: Devices that have motors or dimmer switches (laser printers,
heaters, fans, lamps, and vacuum cleaners, for example) should not be
connected to the Battery Backup outlets.
Back-UPS battery is weak due to
recent outage and has not had time
to recharge.
Charge the battery. The battery charges whenever the Back-UPS is
connected to a wall outlet. Typically, eight hours of charging time are
needed to fully charge the battery from total discharge. Back-UPS
run-time is reduced until the battery is fully charged.
Battery requires replacement.
Replace battery (see Order Replacement Battery). Batteries typically
last 3-6 years, shorter if subjected to frequent power outages or elevated temperatures.
A red indicator is lit
Battery is not connected properly.
Check the battery connections. Consult "Connect the Battery" under
"Installation" on the front page of this document. It shows how to
access the battery and connect the wires.
The Overload indicator is lit if
equipment connected to the Battery
Backup outlets is drawing more
power than the Back-UPS can provide.
Move one or more equipment power plugs to the Surge Only outlets.
Battery requires replacement.
The battery should be replaced within two weeks (see "Order
Replacement Battery"). Failure to replace the battery will result in
reduced run-time during a power outage.
Red indicators are flashing
Back-UPS failure.
Call APC for service.
Replace Battery indicator lit and an alarm sounds when the Back-UPS is turned on
Internal battery not connected.
Check the battery connections. Consult "Connect the Battery" under
"Installation" on the front page of this document. It shows how to
access the battery and connect the wires.
Specifications
Input Voltage (on line)
Frequency Limits (on line)
On Battery Waveshape
Maximum Load
If the Back-UPS arrived damaged, notify the carrier.
If the Back-UPS requires service, do not return it to the dealer. The following steps should be
taken:
1.
2.
Consult the Troubleshooting section to eliminate common problems.
Verify that the circuit breaker is not tripped. A tripped circuit breaker is the most common BackUPS problem.
3.
If the problem persists, consult APC On-line Technical Support or call APC Technical Support
(see below).
• When calling APC Technical Support, have the Back-UPS model number, serial number and date
of purchase available. Be prepared to troubleshoot the problem over the phone with an APC Technical Support representative. If this is not successful, APC will issue a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number and a shipping address.
• A Back-UPS under warranty will be repaired at no cost. The standard warranty is two (2) years
from the date of purchase. APC’s standard procedure will be to replace the original unit with a factory reconditioned unit. APC will ship the replacement unit once the defective unit has been
received by the repair department, or cross ship upon the receipt of a valid credit card number. The
customer pays for shipping the unit to APC. APC pays ground freight transportation costs to ship
the replacement to the customer.
• Customers who must have the original unit back due to assigned asset tags and set depreciation
schedules must declare such a need at first contact with an APC Technical Support representative.
• If the warranty has expired, there is a repair charge.
For return:
• Disconnect the red battery terminal wire from the Back-UPS battery (see "Connect the Battery"
instructions and graphics on the front of this document). Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations require that the battery wire be disconnected before shipping the Back-UPS to APC.
• Pack the Back-UPS in its original packaging. If the original container is not available, contact APC
Technical Support to obtain a a new set. Pack the Back-UPS properly to avoid damage in transit.
• Never use styrofoam beads for packaging. Damage sustained in transit is not covered under the
warranty (insuring the package for full value is recommended).
• Write the RMA number on the outside of the package.
• Return the Back-UPS to APC by insured, prepaid carrier to the address provided by APC Technical Support.
Warranty
98 - 132 Vac
47 - 63 Hz (autosensing)
Stepped Sine Wave
350 VA - 210 W
500 VA - 300 W
Typical Recharge Time
8 Hours
Operating Temperature
32o to 104o F (0o to 40 oC)
Storage Temperature
23 o to 113 oF (-5 o to 45o C )
Operating and Storage
Relative Humidity
0 to 95% non-condensing
Size (H x W x D)
Service
6.5 x 3.6 x 11.2 inches
The standard warranty is two (2) years from the date of purchase. APC’s standard procedure is to replace
the original unit with a factory reconditioned unit. Customers who must have the original unit back due
to assigned asset tags and set depreciation schedules must declare such a need at first contact with an
APC Technical Support representative. APC will ship the replacement unit once the defective unit has
been received by the repair department, or cross ship upon the receipt of a valid credit card number. The
customer pays for shipping the unit to APC. APC pays ground freight transportation costs to ship the
replacement to the customer.
APC Contact Information
USA/Canada
1.800.800.4272
(16.5 x 9.2 x 28.5 cm)
Mexico
292.0253 / 292.0255
Weight
350 VA - 12.5 lb (5.7 kg)
500 VA - 13.8 lb (6.3 kg)
Brazil
0800.12.72.1
Shipping Weight
350 VA - 14.0 lb (6.4 kg)
500 VA - 15.3 lb (7.0 kg)
Worldwide
1.401.789.5735
Internet
http:\\www.apc.com
Technical Support
http:\\www.apc.com/support
EMI Classification
On Battery Run-Time
FCC/DOC Class B Certified
20 Minutes typical - desktop computer and 15 inch (38.1 cm) monitor.
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Capacity
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Model
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the potential of corrosion.
• See our website www.truemfg.com for
latest color and sign offerings.
• Convenient clean-out drain built in
cabinet floor.
• Listed under NSF-7 for the storage and/or
display of packaged or bottled product.
ELECTRICAL
• Unit completely pre-wired at factory and
ready for final connection to a 115/60/1
phase - 15 amp dedicated outlet. Cord
and plug set included.
115/60/1
NEMA-5-15R
OPTIONAL FEATURES/ACCESSORIES
Upcharge and lead times may apply.
❒ 230 - 240V / 50 Hz.
❒ Black exterior.
❒ White exterior.
❒ Stainless steel exterior.
❒ Black aluminum interior liner with black
shelving.
❒ Stainless interior liner.
❒ 6" (153 mm) standard legs.
❒ 6" (153 mm) seismic/flanged legs.
❒ 21/2" (64 mm) diameter castors.
❒ 4" (102 mm) diameter castors.
❒ Red wine thermostat.
❒ Chocolate thermostat.
❒ White wine thermostat.
❒ Barrel locks (factory installed).
❒ Ratchet locks.
❒ Additional shelves.
❒ TrueTrac4 gravity feed organizers.
❒ Remote cabinets (condensing unit
supplied by others; system comes
standard with 404A expansion valve and
requires R404A refrigerant). Consult
factory technical service department for
BTU information.
PLAN VIEW
391/2"
(1004 mm)
7615/16"
78 5/8"
(1955 mm)
(1998 mm)
299/16"
297/8"
(751 mm)
(759 mm)
5/16
5/16
"
(8 mm)
"
(8 mm)
13/8"
(35 mm)
ELEVATION
WARRANTY
METRIC DIMENSIONS ROUNDED UP TO THE
One year warranty on all parts
NEAREST WHOLE MILLIMETER
& labor and an additional 4 year
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE
warranty on compressor.
WITHOUT NOTICE
(U.S.A. only)
PLAN VIEW
KCL
Model
Elevation
Right
Plan
3D
GDM-33
TFAY08E
TFAY08S
TFAY08P
TFAY083
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PM6700 SERIES
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60PM6700
50PM6700
PICTURE QUALITY
• Triple XD Engine
• Resolution Upscaler
• Full HD 1080p Resolution
• 600Hz Max Sub Field Driving
• Super Black Level
SMART TV
• Magic Remote Ready
• Home Dashboard
• Smart Share
- Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi)
- Network File Browser
Easy access to thousands of movies,
customizable apps, videos and browse
the web right at the click of magic motion
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• 3D Wide Viewing Angle
• 3D Wizard
• 3D Zone
Bring your content to life with 3D technology!
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• TruSlim Frame
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PANEL SPECIFICATIONS
Screen Size Class (diagonal)
Resolution
Dynamic Contrast Ratio
Protective Skin Glass
ISM (Image Sticking Minimization)
600Hz Max Sub Field Driving
SPECIAL FEATURES (CONTINUED)
60PM6700 50PM6700 1920x1080p
3M:1
•
•(Orbiter/ColorWash)
•
1080p Source Input
AV Input Navigation
Input Labeling
Screen Adjust
Quick View (Flashback)
Parental Control w/V-Chip
Rating (DTV)
Key Lock
Closed Caption
Photo Mode
Memo Caster
60"Class(59.8"diagonal)
50"Class(49.9"diagonal)
BROADCASTING SYSTEM
Analog
Digital
NTSC
ATSC/NTSC/ClearQAM(1Tuner)
VIDEO
Triple XD Engine
Aspect Ratio
Aspect Ratio Correction
Just Scan (1:1 Pixel Matching)
0% OverScan
Color Temperature Control
Real Cinema 24p (3:3 Pull Down)
Cinema 3:2/2:2 Pull Down Mode
Resolution Upscaler
AV Mode (Picture & Sound)
Picture Mode
Expert Mode (ISFccc Ready)
Intelligent Sensor Mode
xvYCC
DTV Signal Strength (Digital)
•
16:9
6Modes(16:9/JustScan/SetbyProgram/4:3/
CinemaZoom/Zoom)
HDMI
1080p/1080i/720p
Component 1080p/1080i/720p
RF
1080i/720p
3Modes(Warm/Medium/Cool)
•(HDMI108024p)
•
•
3Modes(Cinema/Game/Off)
8Modes(Vivid/Standard/APS/Cinema/Game/
Photo/ISFExpert1/ISFExpert2)
•
•
•
•
CONVENIENCE FEATURES
Languages
Auto Tuning/Programming
Channel Add/Delete
Favorite Channel Programming
Auto/Manual Clock
On/Off Timer
Sleep Timer
Auto Off/Auto Sleep
RF In (Antenna/Cable)
AV In
Component Video In
(Y, Pb, Pr) + Audio
Digital Audio Out (Optical)
HDMI™/HDCP Input
RGB In (D-Sub 15 Pin) - PC
PC Audio Input
USB 2.0
LAN
RS-232C (Control/Service)
Remote Control In
•
•
1Way2Speakers
10W+10W
•
•
•(BandEQ)
•
•
7Modes(Standard/Music/Cinema/Sport/
Game/Vivid/UserSetting)
•
Swivel (Right/Left)
VESA Compatible
Remote Control
Magic Remote Compatible
3D Glasses
ENERGY STAR® Qualified
Power Supply (Voltage, Hz)
Power Consumption
On Mode
Standby Mode
TV without Stand (WxHxD)
TV with Stand (WxHxD)
Shipping Dimensions (WxHxD)
TV without Stand Weight
TV with Stand Weight
Shipping Weight
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•
•
•
•
•
•(Camerarequiredandsoldseperately.
Skypesubscriptionalsorequired.)
•(Built-in)
•
•
•
•
•
SPECIAL FEATURES
Intelligent Sensor
Picture Wizard II (2D/3D)
Smart Energy Saving
60PM6700
50PM6700
100V~240V,50/60Hz
60PM6700 50PM6700 TBD
0.2W
•
60PM6700
50PM6700
60PM6700
50PM6700
60PM6700
50PM6700
60PM6700
50PM6700
60PM6700
50PM6700
60PM6700
50PM6700
54.6"x32.2"x2.1"
46.0"x27.7"x2.1"
54.6"x34.8"x14.0"
46.0"x29.8"x11.7"
60.8"x37.4"x11.2"
52.4"x32.2"x9.0"
80.3lbs
58.2lbs
89.5lbs
63.5lbs
106.0lbs
75.8lbs
XXXW
XXXW
WARRANTY / UPC
Limited Warranty
UPC
2YearPanel/1YearParts&Labor
60PM6700 719192584860
50PM6700 719192584884
Wireless Internet connection & certain subscriptions required and sold separately. Content and services
vary by product and are subject to change without notice.
For a small percentage of the population, the viewing of stereoscopic 3D video technology may cause
discomfort such as headaches, dizziness or nausea. If you experience any symptoms, discontinue using
the 3D functionality and contact your health care provider. 3D glasses required and sold separately.
Screen images simulated.
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Customer Service and Technical Support: (800) 243-0000
LG.com
20º/20º
60PM6700
•(600mmx400mm)
50PM6700
•(400mmx400mm)
Standard
•(SoldSeperately)
AG-S350(SoldSeperately)
DIMENSIONS / WEIGHT
CONNECTIVITY
Wi-Fi Ready/Built-in
WiFi Direct
Intel® Wireless Display (WiDi)
DLNA (Movie/Photo/Music)
Windows 7 Certified
SIMPLINK (HDMI CEC)
1(Rear)
4(2Side/2Rear)
1(Rear)
1(Rear)
2(Side)
1(Rear)
1(Rear)
1(Rear)
POWER
SG
•
•
•(20Steps)
•(20Steps)
•(20Steps)
•(20Steps)
FrameSequential/SidebySide/Top&Bottom/
CheckerBoard/FramePacking
178º/178º
RF(Bluetooth)
10m
SMART TV FEATURES
Home Dashboard 2.0
Full Web Browser
App Store
Premium Content Providers
3D Content Streaming
UltraViolet
Skype™ Ready
1(Rear)
1(Rear)
2(Rear)
CABINET / ACCESSORIES
3D FEATURES
3D Type (SG/FPR)
2D to 3D Mode
3D to 2D Mode
2D to 3D Depth Control
2D to 3D Viewpoint Control
3D Depth Control
3D Viewpoint Control
Format
Viewing Angle
3D Emitter Type
3D Emitter Range
4 (English/Spanish/French/Korean)
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•
AV INPUTS/OUTPUTS
AUDIO
Mono/Stereo/Dual (MTS/SAP)
Dolby Digital Decoder
Speaker System
Audio Output (Watts - THD 10%)
3D Sound Zooming
Virtual Surround
On Screen Equalizer
Auto Volume Leveler II
Clear Voice II
Sound Mode
Mute
HDMI
60p/30p/24p
Component 60p/30p/24p
RGB
60p(WXGA)
•
•
•
•
•
•(byEPG)
•
•
6Modes(Orginal/Mono/Vintage/OilPainting/
Vignetting/Sketching)
•
Design, features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Non-metric weights and measurements are approximate.
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registered trademark of LG Corp. All other product and brand names are
trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. 01/23/12
Products & Projects
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DisplayShield™ provides unobtrusive
and cost-effective protection against
impact
to
i
t damage
d
t the
th display
di l screen
face and factory plastic bezel.
The clear screen cover has an abrasion
and scratch resistant anti-glare
anti glare
protective coating perfect for high
ambient light conditions found in QSR,
transportation and other public spaces.
DisplayShield’s clear screen cover is
fabricated from optically clear
Polycarbonate which is ten times more
impact resistant than other plastics and
five times stronger than tempered glass.
It will not shatter.
Polycarbonate has been used for
astronaut helmet shields, space shuttle
windshields and bulletproof windows.
windows
Digital Factory’s exclusive and patented
DisplayShield™ 360 Degree Bezel Vent
System allows the protective cover to be
mounted in either portrait or landscape
mode with no modification.
DisplayShield is available in optional
DisplayShield™
colors, stainless steel or themed painted
to match your store décor. Text and
silkscreened logos can also be applied
to the bezel face for a unique branding
opportunity.
Call us for pricing and availability.
We have many more designs not shown in this
presentation or on our website.
We’d be very happy to discuss specific
requirements, make suggestions and provide
cost estimates no matter h
how complex
l your
project may be.
Give us your ideas and we’ll take it from there.
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®
ES-600C-IC-5
OVERVIEW
When you are searching for a great sounding
commercial speaker that is easy to install, look
no further than the ES-600C-IC-5. Improved
components, crossovers, front tap and
included tile bridges make these commercial
speakers an installer’s dream. Add amazing
sound quality and a lifetime warranty, and
you’re looking at a “best-in-class” product for
commercial applications.
FEATURES
•Front-mountedswitchforeasytap
adjustments after installation
•Extendedlowfrequencyresponsewith
optimally tuned and ported steel enclosure
•Pivotingtweeterprovidesinstallation versatility and precise tuning
SPECIFICATIONS
Woofer
5”PolyCone
Tweeter
¾”TitaniumDome
PowerHandling
80WRMS,200W
Peakinto16ohm
Nominal Impedance
16
FrequencyResponse
85Hz-20kHz
CrossoverFrequency
2.5kHz
Sensitivity2.83V/1Meter
87
TapSettings
30W,15W,7.5W,
3.75W,16ohm
Connections
Removablescrewterminal
Weight
6.9 lbs.
Cut-outDimensions
8.3”
FinishDimensions
9.5"diameter,8.6"D
MountingDepth
8.2”
•Easyinstallationindroptileorsheetrock
ceilings with “dog toggle” mounting system
and included tile bridge
•Protective rear cover with knock-outs allows
through-conduit installation
•Securityhookforattachmenttoceiling
grid
•Removablescrew-terminalconnectorwith
loop out for easy wire terminations and
speaker connections
•Aluminumgrillesandplasticbezelimprove
aesthetics for a contemporary look
•High-qualitytransformersminimizeinsertion
loss while delivering increased power
handling for demanding audio applications
•Self-resettingpoly-switchoffersincreased
protection in high output situations
•ETLListed.ComplieswithUL-1480and
UL-2043standards
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®
ES-600C-IC-6
9.45"
(24.0cm)
8.06"
(20.48cm)
7.87"
(20.0cm)
7.59"
(19.29cm)
8.58"
(21.8cm)
0.63"
(1.61cm)
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BRIGHTSIGN HD
Refreshed product line – improved and more affordable
BrightSign HD products bring exceptional performance and solid-state reliability to your digital signage
installations. Updated HD models have an improved media handling platform, a smaller physical form factor,
and are lower cost than ever before. Customers enjoy superior ease of use and integration for simple plug and
play content or robust interactive capabilities. BrightAuthor software is included free of charge for easy creation
of signage and kiosk presentations. Simply select the BrightSign model of your choice for a reliable signage
solution that is highly affordable and simple to deploy. With three models to choose from, the BrightSign HD
solution supports a wide variety of applications from stand-alone kiosk displays to networked solutions with
engaging interactivity.
Features
More affordable than ever
Full HD quality
Includes BrightAuthor software & free networking
options – nothing else is needed
So easy to use & reliable, no need for professional
IT or A/V support
Low power consumption due to solid-state
platform helps keep operating costs down – a
green solution
Updated platform technology with provides
improved media handling capabilities, a better
bottom line and longer availability
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•
Effortless to use – simply build playlists in
BrightAuthor and publish to an SD card or network
Engages with ease by connecting to a wide variety
of interactive devices from buttons to touch
screens and UDP commands
Ultra compact size for easy integration
•
•
Robust decoding for exceptional Full HD video quality
Multi-zone screen layouts
Signature reliability
•
•
Purposely built for digital signage with a solid-state
platform and a slim OS
Superior reliability – no PC down time
Dynamic capabilities
•
Easy to use and integrate
•
•
•
•
•
Live Text – simple data integration to connect Twitter
feeds, stock tickers and other private and public
databases to POS displays, menu boards, wait lists,
financial/manufacturing displays, and more
Create unique video walls for vibrant exhibits, events
and promotions
Utilize dynamic playlists to update a set of content
without republishing an entire presentation
HD120
HD220
Basic Interactive Model: Bring your
stand-alone display to life with our
most affordable, Full HD solution
that offers solid-state reliability,
multi-zone screen layouts, simple
GPIO interactivity and our signature
ease-of-use and integration.
Networked Looping Model:
Enjoy easy, networked content
updates and live data feeds along
with flawless video playback, and
Ethernet synchronization.
HD1020
Networked Interactive Model:
Engage your audience with a wide
range of interactive options using
GPIO, USB, serial and UDP
connections and networked content
for a truly impressive display.
* Partner pricing available upon request.
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V2.3
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Model Specifications
Video Engine
Processor
Video Engine Decoder
Media Formats
Display Resolutions
Up to 256 MB of DRAM
Storage via SDXC (up to 2TB) and SDHC (up to 32GB)
Decodes @ 25 Mbit/s
Video Codecs: MPEG-1, MPEG-2, H.264, WMV
Video Containers: MPEG-2 transport & program streams, ASF,
MP4, MOV, AVCHD/BDAV
Images: BMP, JPEG, PNG
Audio: MP2, MP3, AAC, and WAV. AC3 is passed through
1920x1080 @60p, 60i, 59.94p,59.94i, 50p, 50i, 30p, 29.97p & 24p;
1280x720 @60p, 59.94p & 50p; 1360x768x60p; 1280x800x60p;
1280x768x60p; 1024x768x60p; 800x600x60p; 720x576x50p;
720x480x60p & 59.94p; 640x480x60p
*not all video modes are supported for both HDMI and VGA
PAL/NTSC
SD Slot for SDHC and SDXC
HD120
X
X
X
X
HD220
X
X
X
X
HD1020
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
USB High Speed Host Port
GPIO Port (8 bi-directional)
X
X
RS-232 Serial Port
Connectors
X
Analog Stereo Audio Out
X
X
X
VGA & HDMI Out
X
X
X
Component Video via VGA
X
X
X
Composite/S-Video via VGA
X
X
X
X
X
LEDs: Power, Error, Busy, Update
X
X
X
Reset Button
Looping Playlists
Multiple Content Zones
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Text Ticker Feed and Subtitles
X
X
X
Usage Tracking Statistics
X
X
X
Ethernet 10/100
Features
Real Time Clock
X
X
X
Playback Scheduling and Day-Parting
X
X
X
BrightControl (CEC controls via HDMI)
X
X
X
RSS Ticker Feed
X
X
Synchronization (across multiple displays and video walls)
X
X
X
X
Supports Basic Touch Screen Interactivity
X
Remote Interactivity (via Network Commands)
USB Interactivity
GPIO Interactivity
RS-232 Serial Interactivity
X
X
X
X
Update Content via USB
BrightAuthor (presentation creator)
Software
Accessories
X
BrightSign Network (hosted networking service)
X
X
Free BrightSign Simple File and Local Area Networking
X
X
X
USB Button Pads
Weight
X
124.8 x 32.2 x 136.6mm (W x H x D)
or 4.9 x 1.3 x 5.4 in. (W x H x D)
471 grams or 16.6 ounces
Power
5V / 3A
Multi-Country Power & Regulatory Approvals
X
X
X
Built-in Wall Mounting Brackets
1 year warranty, parts and labor
X
X
X
X
X
X
BrightSign, LLC. 16795 Lark Ave., Suite 200 Los Gatos, CA 95032
USA +1-408-852-9263 | International +44 1223 911842 | www.brightsign.biz
V2.3
X
X
Dimensions
Miscellaneous
X
X
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STELLAR NEWS (SMALL, T1E)
FINISHES AND MATERIALS
DESIGNING & INSTALLING TRESPA ®
METEON ® AND TRESPA ® VIRTUON ®
IN SPECIFIC VARIATIONS
This document is intended to provide general recommendations only. Trespa provides these guidelines and all testing, code
and design data for informational purposes only and strongly advises that the customer, project owner and architect seek
independent advice from a certified construction professional and/or engineer regarding application and installation as well
as compliance with design requirements, applicable codes, laws and regulations, and test standards. Please check your local
codes and applicable design requirements for proper use.
General
The following aspects must receive attention when designing and installing Trespa® Meteon® and Trespa® Virtuon® panels
in specific colors, decors and finishes.
Panel directionality (Metallics, Wood Decors and Naturals)
Directionality of the panel is an important feature to consider during the design and installation of a facade or other exterior
application. In case of directionality, special measures need to be observed. Whether panels feature a directional colored
surface depends on the color, decor or finish.
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Trespa® Meteon® and Trespa® Virtuon® Uni colors panels feature a non-directional colored surface.
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Trespa® Meteon® Metallics and Trespa® Virtuon® Metallics panels feature a directional colored surface.
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Trespa® Meteon® Wood Decors and Naturals panels (NW and NA) feature a directional colored surface.
The grain of Trespa® Meteon® Wood Decors runs the length direction of the panel.
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Arrows on the reverse side of the full size Trespa® panels have been applied by Trespa to indicate the direction in which the
panels have been produced (Figure 1). When cutting the panels, temporarily mark the original production direction on the
visible side of the individual panels by using adhesive stickers and remove them immediately after installation. This will make
the fixing of the panels in the same direction easier.
Special effects can be created by installing directional colored Trespa® Meteon® and Trespa® Virtuon® panels with random
orientation (Figure 2). On the other hand, to achieve a more coherent appearance, install the panels in the same orientation
(Figure 3). All other instructions for processing and fixing are as standard for Trespa® Meteon® and Trespa® Virtuon® panels.
Figure 1
Panel
Figure 2
Project
Figure 3
Project
Project
Single batch ordering (Metallics)
The quantity of Trespa® Meteon® and Trespa® Virtuon® Metallics panels required for a project must be ordered and supplied as
a single instruction in order to ensure a fully consistent and uniform appearance.
Susceptibility to scratching (Gloss finish)
Smooth glossy surfaces, such as Trespa® Meteon® panels with a Gloss finish, are apt to show minor scratching more than a
matted or textured surface like Trespa® Meteon® with a Satin or Rock finish. Trespa recommends the use of a Satin or Rock
finish in applications with an aggravated risk on mechanical loads.
Fixing distances (Gloss finish)
Based on the surface properties of Trespa® Meteon® Gloss panels, fixing distances must be reduced compared to other finishes.
code V3084 version 2.0 date 07-07-2011
For more details, please visit www.trespa.info/Meteon/fixingsystems
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Disclaimer
This is a print generated by you from www.trespa.info (“Website”). By accessing the Website and printing this document you have accepted the
Terms of Use of the Website. Please refer to the Website for all conditions that apply to this document. Not all the systems shown in this document
may be suitable for all applications and jurisdictions. We provide you with testing, code and design data for informational purposes only and
strongly recommend that you or any other user of this document obtains independent advice regarding compliance with design requirements,
applicable codes, laws and regulations, and test standards. Please check your local codes and design requirements for proper use. Trespa will not
accept any liability in relation to your use of this document.
All intellectual property rights, including copyrights and other rights regarding the content of the Website and this print generated from the Website
(including logos, trademarks, service marks, software, databases, audio, video, text and photographs) are owned by Trespa and/or its licensors.
Trespa®, Meteon®, Athlon®, TopLab®, TopLabPLUS ®, TopLabECO-FIBRE ®, Virtuon®, Volkern®, Trespa Essentials® and Mystic Metallics® are registered
trademarks of Trespa.
All oral and written statements, offers, quotations, sales, supplies, deliveries and/or agreements and all related activities of Trespa are governed by the
Trespa General Terms and Conditions of Sale (Algemene verkoopvoorwaarden Trespa International B.V.) filed with the Chamber of Commerce and
Industry for Noord- en Midden- Limburg in Venlo (NL) on 11 April 2007 under number 24270677,which can be found on and downloaded from
the Trespa website, www.trespa.com.
code V3084 version 2.0 date 07-07-2011
All oral and written statements, offers, quotations, sales, supplies, deliveries and/or agreements and all related work of Trespa North America, Ltd. are
governed by the Trespa General Terms and Conditions of Sale, which can be found on and downloaded from the Trespa North America Ltd. website,
www.trespa.com/na. A copy of these general conditions of sale will be provided free of charge on request.
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Material Property Datasheet
TRESPA® METEON®
Decorative high-pressure compact laminates according to EN 438-6:2005 with thicknesses of 6 mm (± ¼ in) or greater for outdoor applications.
Sheets consisting of layers of wood-based fibers (paper and/or wood) impregnated with thermosetting resins and surface layer(s) on one or both sides, having decorative colors or designs. A transparent topcoat is added
to the surface layer(s) and cured by Trespa’s unique in-house technology Electron Beam Curing (EBC), to enhance weather and light protecting properties. These components are bonded together with simultaneous
application of heat (≥ 150° C / ≥ 302° F) and high specific pressure (> 7 MPa) to obtain a homogeneous non-porous material with increased density and integral decorative surface. They are available in the Standard
grade (EDS; not available in all worldwide areas) and in the Fire-Retardant grade (EDF).
Properties
Test method
Property or attribute
Unit
Result
Grade: EDS (Meteon®)
Standard: EN 438-6
Color/decor: All
Grade: EDF (Meteon® FR)
Standard: EN 438-6
Color/decor: All
Surface quality
Spots, dirt, similar surface defects
Surface quality
EN 438-2 : 4
Fibers, hairs & scratches
mm²/m²
in²/ft²
mm/m²
in/ft²
≤2
≤ 0.0003
≤ 20
≤ 0.073
Dimensional tolerances
mm
EN 438-2 : 5
Thickness
in
EN 438-2 : 9
Flatness
EN 438-2 : 6
Length & width
EN 438-2 : 7
Straightness of edges
mm/m
in/ft
mm
in
mm/m
in/ft
mm
Dimensional tolerances
Squareness
in
Trespa Standard
Radius inside/
outside corner
Curved Elements
mm
in
n.a.
mm
Max. height
Max. angle (°)
in
n.a.
n.a.
6.0 ≤ t < 8.0: +/- 0.40
8.0 ≤ t < 12.0: +/- 0.50
12.0 ≤ t < 16.0: +/- 0.60
0.2362 ≤ t < 0.3150: +/- 0.0157
0.3150 ≤ t < 0.4724 : +/- 0.0197
0.4724 ≤ t < 0.6299: +/- 0.0236
≤2
≤ 0.024
+5/-0
+ 0.1968 / - 0
≤1
≤ 0.012
2550 x 1860 = diagonals length of 3156 +/- 13
3050 x 1530 = diagonals length of 3412 +/- 14
3650 x 1860 = diagonals length of 4097 +/- 17
4270 x 2130 = diagonals length of 4772 +/- 20
100.39 x 73.23 = diagonals length of 124.25 +/- 0.5118
120.08 x 60.24 = diagonals length of 134.33 +/- 0.5512
143.70 x 73.23 = diagonals length of 161.30 +/- 0.6693
168.11 x 83.86 = diagonals length of 187.87 +/- 0.7874
970 / 980 +/- 5%
1290/1300 +/- 5%
38.19 / 38.58 +/- 5%
50.79 / 51.18 +/- 5%
r 970/980: 1300 (-0/+5)
r 1290/1300: 1300 (-0/+5)
r 38.19 / 38.58: 51.18 (-0/+5)
r 50.79 / 51.18: 51.18 (-0/+5)
90 +/- 0.5°
Physical properties
Resistance to impact
by large diameter ball
EN 438-2 : 21
Indentation diameter - 6 ≤ t mm
with drop height 1.8 m
Impact resistance
ASTM D5420-04
Mean failure height
Mean failure energy
Dimensional stability
at elevated temperature
EN 438-2 : 17
Cumulative dimensional change
ASTM D2247-02
ASTM D2842-06
Mass increase
Appearance
Water resistance
Water absorption
ft
J
Longitudinal %
Transversal %
%
Rating
Rating
%
EN ISO 178
Stress
MPa
ASTM D638-08
EN ISO 178
ASTM D790-07
EN ISO 527-2
ASTM D638-08
EN ISO 1183
ASTM D792-08
Stress
Stress
Stress
Stress
Stress
Density
Density
psi
MPa
psi
MPa
psi
g/cm3
g/cm3
ISO 13894-1
Pull out strength
N
EN 438-2 : 15
Resistance to wet conditions
Modulus of elasticity
Flexural strength
Tensile strength
Density
Resistance to fixings
mm
Due to conversion from metric values, the US values provided are approximate.
All data are related to the products mentioned in the Trespa® Meteon® standard delivery program.
Availability limited – contact your local Trespa representative for more details.
Please visit www.trespa.info for the most
up to date version of this document.
≤ 10
1.0466
11.3
≤ 0.25
≤ 0.25
≤3
≥4
No change
0.5
≥ 9000
Curved Elements: ≥ 8000
≥ 1305000
≥ 120
≥ 17500
≥ 70
≥ 10150
≥ 1.35
≥ 1.35
6 mm: ≥ 2000
8 mm: ≥ 3000
≥ 10 mm: ≥ 4000
0.2362 in: ≥ 2000
0.3150 in: ≥ 3000
≥ 0.3937 in : ≥ 4000
Material Property Datasheet
TRESPA® METEON®
Properties
Test method
Property or attribute
Unit
Result
Grade: EDS (Meteon®)
Standard: EN 438-6
Color/decor: All
Other properties
Thermal resistance / conductivity
Weather resistance properties
EN 12524
Thermal resistance / conductivity
W/mK
Resistance to climatic shock
EN 438-2 : 19
Flexural strength index (Ds)
Flexural modulus index (Dm)
Appearance
Resistance to artificial weathering
(incl. Light fastness)
West European cycle
EN 438-2 : 29
Resistance to artificial weathering
(incl. Light fastness)
Florida cycle 3000hrs
Trespa
Standard
Resistance to SO2
DIN 50018
Appearance
Index
Index
Rating
Grey scale
Grey scale
Rating
Grey scale
Grey scale
Rating
Grey scale
Grey scale
Rating
Classification t ≥ 6 mm / 0.2362 in
Euroclass
Contrast
Appearance
Contrast
Appearance
Contrast
Grade: EDF (Meteon® FR)
Standard: EN 438-6
Color/decor: All
0.3
≥ 0.95
≥ 0.95
≥4
4-5
4-5
≥4
4-5
4-5
≥4
4-5
4-5
≥4
ISO 105 A02
ISO 105 A03
ISO 105 A02
ISO 105 A03
ISO 105 A02
ISO 105 A03
Fire performance
Europe
B-s2, d0
Reaction to Fire
EN 438-7
Classification t ≥ 8 mm / 0.3150 in
(Metal Frame)
Euroclass
Reaction to Fire (Germany)
Reaction to Fire (France)
North America
DIN 4102-1
NF P 92-501
Classification
Classification
Class
Class
B2
M3
B1
M1
Classification
ASTM E84/UL 723 Flame Spread Index
Smoke Developed Index
Class
FSI
SDI
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
A
0-25
0-450
GB 8624
Class
D-s2, d0
B-s1, d0, t1
Material Surface Burning
Characteristics
Asia Pacific
Reaction to Fire (China)
Classification
D-s2, d0
B-s1, d0
Due to conversion from metric values, the US values provided are approximate.
All data are related to the products mentioned in the Trespa® Meteon® standard delivery program.
Not valid for following colors: A04.0.1/A10.1.8/A20.2.3/A36.3.5/A17.3.5/A12.3.7/CM22.4.1/CM26.4.2.
For other applications/colors such as project colors, please contact your local Trespa representative.
For more information on Delta E values, please contact the Technical Service Department of Trespa North America at 1-800-487-3772.
Laboratory test results are not intended to represent hazards that may be present under actual fire conditions. For multi-story applications, where local or national building codes may require full-scale fire
testing in accordance with NFPA 285(U.S.) or Can/ULC-S134 (Canada), please visit our website www.trespa.info or contact the Technical Service Department of Trespa North America at 1-800-487-3772
for installation information.
code V8001 version 3.2 date 08-01-2012
Please note:
Trespa® Meteon® is engineered for vertical exterior wall coverings such as façade cladding, balcony panelling as well as horizontal exterior ceiling applications (Trespa® Meteon® Curved Elements are only suitable
for vertical exterior wall coverings). For other applications please contact your local Trespa representative.
Storage, machining, mounting and cleaning instructions are provided by the manufacturer.
Please visit www.trespa.info for the most
up to date version of this document.
Certificate of Compliance
Certification Details:
Certificate No: 947-5
Meteon
Status: Certified
Trespa
This product has been certified according to the
GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Certification
Program for Low Emitting Products
Period: 01/2008 - 09/2012
Restrictions: NONE
Reference Standard: GGPS.001 GREENGUARD IAQ Standard for Building Materials, Finishes, and Furnishings
Product Type: Furniture Components/Materials, Seating, and Free Standing Furniture and Furnishing Units
Criteria
TVOC¹
Formaldehyde
Allowable Limits
”PJP³
”SSP
Total Aldehydes²
”SSP
Individual VOCs³
”7/9
4-phenylcyclohexene
”PJP³
Listing of measured carcinogens and reproductive toxins as identified by California Proposition 65, the U.S. National Toxicology
Program (NTP), and the International Agency on Research on Cancer (IARC) must be provided.
Any pollutant regulated as a primary or secondary outdoor air pollutant must meet a concentration that will not generate an air
concentration greater than that promulgated by the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (U.S. EPA, code of Federal Regulations,
Title 40, Part 50).
See referenced standard for a complete technical explanation.
¹ Defined to be the total response of measured VOCs falling within the C6–C16 range, with responses calibrated to a toluene surrogate.
² Defined to be the total response of a target list of aldehydes (2-butenal; acetaldehyde; benzaldehyde; 2, 5-dimethylbenzaldehyde,
2-methylbenzaldehyde; 3-and/or 4-methylbenzaldehyde; butanal; 3-methylbutanal; formaldehyde; hexanal; pentanal; propanal), with each
individually calibrated to a compound specific standard.
³ Any pollutant not listed must produce an air concentration level no greater than 1/10 the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) industrial work place standard
(Reference: American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists, 6500 Glenway, Building D-7, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211-4438).
Seating complies with ANSI/BIFMA X7.1-2011, ANSI/BIFMA M7.1-2011, and ANSI/BIFMA e3-2010 Credit 7.6.1
GREENGUARD Certification affirms that products meet the criteria of the referenced standard and the
requirements of the specific certification program. Certification testing is conducted according to a consistent,
defined protocol. The testing does not evaluate emissions under usage conditions other than those defined in
the protocol and does not address potential environmental impact other than chemical and particle emissions.
The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute (GEI) is an industry independent, third-party certification
organization that qualifies products for low chemical emissions. GREENGUARD Certification programs use
defined product standards, test methodologies, product sample collection and handling procedures, program
application processes and on-going verification procedures. GREENGUARD standards, methods, and procedures
are available at www.GREENGUARD.org.
© 2011 GREENGUARD Environmental Institute
GGPC.001D
Hardw are and accessories
Hardware &
Accessories
Assure that your installations and designs are
completed in professional fashion by utilizing
Stylmark’s Hardware and Accessories. This catalog
represents a collection of these items, which can also be
found throughout the pages of our product catalogs in various
applications. Don’t accept anything less than Stylmark quality
when choosing or replacing these items.
Curving
2
Angles
3
Bracket Hardware
5
Channels
6
Flat Bars and Inserts
8
Locks/Latches
10
Pulls
11
Rolling Door Components
12
Shelf Standards and Brackets 16
Tees
Tubes -
19
Round, Square & Rectangular 19
Miscellaneous
20
Curving
Bring it all together with a few carefully placed curves. Stylmark is able to curve virtually
all of our products to meet your radius requirements. Simply provide us with dimensions
as indicated below and watch your design come to life!
(S)
(L)
CHORD (C)
(IR)
(α)
(IR)
EXAMPLE
Required Information:
• Radius (IR)
•ArcLength(S)
•Chord(c)orIncludedAngle(α)
•StraightLength(L)
Notes:
• Provide AutoCAD® or SolidWorks drawing if available
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Angles
A
A
B
B
LENGTH THICKNESS LENGTH THICKNESS
110030
1/16”
1/2”
1/16”
1/2“
PART #
110034
3/4“
1/16”
3/4”
1/16”
110090
110150
110159
110165
110167
110168
3/8”
1 1/2”
1/2”
1”
2”
3/4“
1/16”
1/8”
1/16”
1/16”
1/8”
1/8”
7/8”
1 1/2”
1”
1”
2”
1 1/2”
1/8”
1/8”
1/16”
1/16”
A - Thickness
1/8”
1/8”
110180
7/16”
1/16”
5/8”
1/16”
110182
3/8”
1/16”
1 1/4”
1/16”
110293
1”
1/16”
2 1/2”
1/16”
110306
1 1/2”
1/8”
1 1/2”
1/8”
110451
7/8”
1/16”
7/8”
1/16”
110728
9/16”
1/16”
1 17/32”
1/16”
110737
1/4”
1/16”
1”
1/16”
120059
5/16”
3/64”
5/8”
3/64”
120062 17/32”
1/16”
7/8”
1/8”
Part # 110030
A - Length
B - Thickness
B - Length
Part # 110090
Part # 110034
1/16”
1/16”
1/16”
1/2”
1/16”
√
√
1/16”
√
√
1/2”
Part # 110150
√ 3/8”
3/4”
1/8”
7/8”
3/4”
Part # 110159
Part # 110165
1/16”
1/8”
1/2”
1”
√
√
1 1/2”
1/16”
1”
1/16”
√
1/8”
1”
√
1 1/2”
√
√
1/16”
√ = finished surface
Drawings are not actual size
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Angles
Part # 110167
Part # 110168
1/8”
Part # 110180
1/16”
√
1/8”
7/16”
1/8”
1/8”
√
√
2”
Part # 110182
1 1/2”
Part # 110293
1/16”
1/8”
1 1/2”
√
√
2 1/2”
1 1/4”
Part # 110451
Part # 110728
1/16”
Part # 110737
1/16”
1/16”
1/4”
√
9/16”
√
1/16”
√
7/8”
1/16”
1”
√
√
135º
1 1/2”
1”
3/8”
√
√
√
1/8”
√
1/16”
5/8”
Part # 110306
1/16”
1/16”
1/16”
√
√
3/4”
√
2”
7/8”
√
1 17/32”
Part # 120062
Part # 120059
1/16”
3/64”
135º
1/8”
3/64”
17/32”
7/8”
√
√
√
5/16”
√
5/8”
√ = finished surface
Drawings are not to scale
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PART #
A
B
THICKNESS
110022
9/16”
5/8”
1/16”
110023 13/16” 5/8”
1/16”
110024
110026
110080
110162
110251
110315
3/8”
9/16”
3/4”
3/4”
5/16”
1 1/2”
7/16”
7/16”
1“
1 3/16”
5/16”
-
1/16”
1/16”
3/64”
1/16”
-
110358
1 1/4”
2”
1/8”
110359
2”
-
1/8”
110360
2”
1”
1/8”
110361
1”
1”
1/8”
110413
4”
3/4”
-
1”
2”
1/8”
110577
1/2”
3/8”
-
110650
1/2”
9/16”
1/16”
110683
3/4” 1 11/16”
1/16”
1/4”
-
1/16”
170008
1 1/4”
1”
1/16”
Part # 110022
9/16” Single Channel
A
B
110461
110691
Thickness
Part # 110023
13/16” Single Channel
1/16”
Part # 110024
Edge Molding
1/16”
√
1/16”
9/16”
3/8”
√
√
13/16”
5/8”
Part # 110026
Edge Molding
Part # 110080
Top U Channel
Part # 110162
1 3/16” Top Channel
1 3/16”
1/16”
√
√
7/16”
5/8”
9/16”
√
7/16”
3/4”
√
√
3/4”
1”
3/64”
√ = finished surface
Drawings are not to scale
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Channels
Part # 110251
Shoe Filler
Part # 110315*
1 1/2” Front Frame
for Curving
5/16”
1/2”
√
5/16”
Part # 110358
Anchor Channel
1/8”
√
1/16”
1 1/4”
1 1/2”
√
1/4”
2”
√
1/16”
3/4”
Part # 110359
Top Channel with Legs
Part # 110360
2” x 1” Top Channel
Part # 110361
1” x 1” Bottom Channel
1”
1/8”
√
√
1”
2”
2”
1”
√
√
1/8”
√
1/8”
Part # 110461
1” x 2” Channel
√
Part # 110413
3/4” x 4” Channel
1”
Part # 110577
Showcase Molding
1/8”
1/16”
1/16”
1/2”
√
√
√
1”
√
√
√
√
1/8”
4”
Part # 110650
3/8” Glass Channel
1/2”
√
3/4”
√
2”
3/8”
3/4”
Part # 110683*
3/4” x 1 1/2” Channel
9/16”
Part # 170008
Wall#110650
Jamb
PART
Part # 110691
Channel W/Legs
3/8" GLASS CHANNEL
1/16”
1/16”
√
Notes:
√
1
1/4” PART #110153
HEAVY DUTY MOLDING
1 1/8”
11/16”
•*Part#110683stocklengthis120”.
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1 1/4”
√
√
3/4”
√
1/8”
1”
√ = finished surface
Drawings are not to scale
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Flat Bars and Inserts
B
110050
1”
1/2”
110051
2”
1/2”
110398
7/16”
1/8”
110419
3”
1/8”
110538 1 21/32”
1/8”
110655
110665
6 1/2”
1/2”
1/4”
1/4”
110693
1/2”
3/16”
110709 1 11/32”
110787 1 1/2”
110788 3/4”
110810 1/4”
110818 1/4”
150012 3 1/8”
Part # 110050
Part # 110051
√
√
1/2”
√
1/16”
1/8”
3/32“
1/4”
1/8”
.070”
1/8”
A
√
110099
3/4”
110166
1”
110171 1 1/4”
110194 1 1/16”
110229 3 1/2”
110305
7”
110391 7/16”
B
1/2”
√
A
√
PART #
2”
1”
Part # 110166
Part # 110099
1”
3/4”
1/4”
1/4”
1/8”
3/32”
Part # 110171
3/32”
√
1/8”
√
1/16”
√
1/2”
1/8”
Part # 110194
3/4”
√
1/4”
1/8”
1 1/4”
1 1/16”
*Part # 110305
1/8”
√
3 1/2”
Part # 110391
.070”
√
7”
√
1/8”
√
Part # 110229
7/16”
√ = finished surface
Drawings are not to scale
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Flat Bars and Inserts
Part # 110398
√
1/8”
√
1/8”
√
*Part # 110655
Part # 110538
Part # 110419
3”
1/8”
√
6 1/2”
1 21/32”
7/16”
Part # 110665
Part # 110709
Part # 110693
√
√
√
√
1/2”
√
3/16”
√
√
√
1/4”
1/4”
1/2”
1/2”
√
1 11/32”
Part # 110788
Part # 110787*
1 1/2”
√
√
√
√
3/4”
Part # 110818
1/4”
Part # 119006
Vinyl track insert
works with #110035
Part # 150012
√
√
√
√
1/4”
Notes:
.050”
.078”
3 1/8”
.28”
•*Part#110305stocklengthis96”.
•*Part#110655stocklengthis120”.
•*Part#110787isspecialorderonly.
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√
√
1/8”
1/4”
√
1/4”
√
√
√
√
√
1/8”
Part # 110810
√ = finished surface
Drawings are not to scale
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Locks and Latches
Stylmark provides a Kenstan K-41 chrome finish lock as a standard component. Stylmark
provides fabrication for Best lock 2S & 4S series. Stylmark shoe #110350 (see page 15) is
designed to accommodate the Best 4S series lock. Best Locks not supplied by Stylmark.
Part # 510187
Chrome T-Bolt Lock
The Kenstan K-45 is typically
used with our security
by-pass door system.
Part # 510199
Chrome Cam Lock
Kenstan K-13 lock can be
used with #110153 hinged
door frame extrusion.
One key available.
Part # 510245
Push Latch
This magnetic push latch
is an alternate to the
#510349 latch.
Part # 510808
Lock
Small profile lock installs in the
#110012 and #110067 shoes. Six
key types are available.
Part # 510249
Offset Cam Lock
The Kenstan K-41 showcase lock
installs in the #110140, 110350, and
110412 shoes. Five key types are
available. The key stays in lock in
open position.
Part # 510269
‘L’ Cam Lock
For use with showcase frame
#710000 series, side-hinged door.
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Part # 511040
Chrome Plunger Lock
Stylmark Hardware and Accessories
Use with showcase frame
#710000 series, top or bottom
hinged door.
Part # 510349
Push Latch
This mechanical push latch is used with
hinged door or transparency frames.
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Pulls
Stylmark’s door and drawer pulls are available in 12 foot stock lengths that can be fabricated to
any length. Many styles are available in pre-cut sizes—edges on these are finished because they’re
anodized after fabrication. A cut size of 3 3/4” includes two counter sunk holes for easy installation.
Part # 110104: 12’
Part # 410101: 3 3/4” PreFabricated
4˚SlantTopPullfor3/4”Drawer
Part # 110105: 12’
Part # 110108: 12’
Part # 410103: 3 3/4” Pre-Fabricated
Part # 410114:
4˚SlantTopPullfor
3 3/4” Pre-Fabricated
13/16” Drawer
4˚SlopePullfor3/4”Drawer
√
√
√
√
√
√
2 1/4”
2 1/4”
3/4”
13/16”
2 1/4”
3/4”
Part # 110027: 12’
Part # 110029: 12’
Part # 110111: 12’
Part # 410001: 2 3/4”
Part # 410002: 2 3/4”
Part # 410123: 3 3/4” Pre-Fabricated
Pre-Fabricated Edge Pull
Pre-Fabricated Edge Pull
Drawer Pull with Label Holder
for use with 1/4” panels that accept
for use with 1/4” panels that
#119000 series glazing vinyl.
accept #119000 series glazing vinyl.
√
√
7/16”
7/16”
√
13/16”
23/32”
√
2 1/4”
1 3/16”
√
Part # 110028: 12’
Part
Part##110069:
110069:12’12”
7/16”
*Part
12”
Part##110531:
110531: 12’
7/16”
√
3/8”
√
√
√
√
1 1/4”
√
1 1/16”
9/16”
√
Part # 110258: 12’
Can be easily and securely installed
into a groove on the edge of a
panel.
√
√
Part # 510016:
Finger pull kit comes with two pulls, one bumper, and screws. A bumper prevents the pull
from striking the opposite door. Available in
satin natural and satin black finishes.
√
1 3/8”
√
Notes:
7/8”
√ = finished surface
Drawings are not to scale
*Part #110531 is special order.
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Flexible•Collaborative•Transformative•Solutions
For companies that need more than “just the components”,
Stylmark is a versatile manufacturer that creates the
spectrum of essential elements – to create comprehensive
and distinctive lifestyle environments.
Architectural Trim & Moldings
Backlit Displays & Transparency Frames
Complete Solutions & Specialty Fixtures
Fitting Room Systems & Mirror Kits
Framing & Partition Systems
Hardware & Accessories
Shelving
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CommERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL SoLUTIoNS
Security Grilles
ThE TURNkEY SoURCE foR CommERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SoLUTIoNS AND SERvICE
Selection of overhead Door products automatically includes the unequaled expertise and experience of
overhead Door Red Ribbon Distributors. Nationwide coverage by our over 400 Red Ribbon Distributors is
unique in our industry–providing a single source for design and application consulting, installation, service
and ongoing maintenance. Turnkey services to maximize the lasting value of your product choice. Your
overhead Door Distributor is also your only source for a full line of commercial and industrial grille and
operator systems specifically designed for integrated applications. for over four
generations, our Red Ribbon Distributors have been committed to providing
commercial and industrial grille solutions. Combined with overhead Door product
design and manufacturing superiority, our distributors are a proud part of the
overhead Door family, sharing our name, our Red Ribbon logo and our commitment
to industry leading innovation and excellence.
SECURITY GRILLE SELECTIoN ChECkLIST
CoNTENTS
Determining whether a side-folding or upwardcoiling grille is best for your project can be a
matter of the application, opening conditions,
or personal preference. Some basic design
considerations are listed below. Your local
overhead Door Red Ribbon Distributor is
also a good resource for additional insight
and information.
Intro to Upward-Coiling Grilles
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Intro to Side-Folding Security Grilles
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Security Grille Comparison Chart
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Upward-Coiling Grilles
8 – 9
Upward-Coiling Details
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A side-folding security grille is often used in applications where:
• Headroom is limited
• There is limited or no clearance above the opening
or on one side of the opening
• The grille must follow a radius
• The opening is extremely wide
Side-Folding – Full Closure Grilles
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Side-Folding – Open Air Grilles
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Side-Folding Details
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• Electric operation or electrically-controlled emergency
egress is not necessary.
Electric Operators
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An upward-coiling security grille is ideally used in applications
where:
• Electric operation is necessary
• Electrically-controlled emergency egress is desired
• The grille is subjected to heavy usage (an optional high usage
package is available)
• In applications with no clearance on one or both sides
of the opening
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SecurityGrille Systems
overhead Door Corporation’s security grilles provide an array of attractive solutions for a spectrum of
retail, commercial and industrial applications. our side-folding grilles boast the shortest stacking dimension of any grille available today, and feature a handsome clear anodized finish (standard) in a variety of
patterns and optional colors. We also offer a complete line of upward-coiling grilles. Constructed of
aluminum, stainless or galvanized steel – with optional electric motor – these grilles are designed for
durability and easy operation. Backed by the best service company in the industry, a market-leading
warranty and over 400 overhead Door Red Ribbon Distributors nationwide – our comprehensive line of
security grilles affords both reliable security and peace of mind.
Installation and Service: Overhead Door Company of Dallas-Commercial
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Upward-Coiling Grilles
overhead Door Corporation’s upward-coiling
grilles provide an attractive yet functional
means to secure areas where public access
must be restricted. These ruggedly-constructed
grilles provide security without sacrificing visual access, air circulation or light infiltration.
Available in aluminum, galvanized steel, or
stainless steel curtain – and with an optional
electric operator – our rolling grilles are wellsuited to most any environment and application.
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Upward-Coiling Grilles: many options, versatile Applications
• Aluminum, galvanized steel or stainless steel curtain meet
a wide range of project and design requirements
• Aluminum curtain with optional fire-retardant
polycarbonate panel provides full visual access, and adds
protection against theft
• Choice of straight-lattice or staggered brick pattern for
added interest
• Optional electric operator allows grille automation for
24-hour parking garages and institutional/industrial
applications
• Special high-usage package promotes long-life and
low-maintenance in heavy-use applications
Side-folding Grilles
overhead Door Corporation’s side-folding
grilles offer a reliable means of security with
an extraordinary measure of style – and the
shortest stacking dimension of any side-folding
grille on the market. manually-operated, these
grilles are ideal in areas where headroom is
limited or the grille must turn a horizontal
radius. our comprehensive line of grilles
include full-closure and open-air designs
in a wide range of curtain inserts, patterns
and colors – for long-lasting good looks
wherever a security grille is required.
The Shortest-Stacking, Lowest-Profile Side-folding
Grille Available
• Panels fold to an average 2” (51 mm) per linear foot of
curtain on standard-width models, and an average 1 1/2”
(38 mm) per linear foot on wide-body models for
superior compactness
• Minimum clear pocket widths of 8” (203 mm) on
standard-width models. Minimum clear pocket widths
of 13” (330 mm) on wide-body models require less depth.
• Low-profile, top-mounted aluminum track requires only
1 5/8” (41 mm) headroom and 1 3/8” (35 mm) width
Innovative Engineering Enhances Design Capabilities
• Up to 2” (51 mm) of vertical adjustment allows for easy
field correction and accommodates irregular or non-level
surfaces
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• Modular construction allows customization to fit any
opening width
• Choice of standard or wide-body panels (selected models)
provides alternative stacking pocket depths to suit
individual applications
• Full height, countertop, multi-level, and cut-out styles, as
well as irregular wall filler panels, allow adaptation to
special applications and unusual designs
• Four stock curves (90°, 120°, 135° and 150°) with standard
14” (356 mm) radius for standard body and 22” (559 mm)
radius for wide-body panels allow unique design capabilities
to close odd-shaped openings or follow lease lines
• Additionally available special curves and radii afford
limitless design possibilities
A Wide Range of options Add versatility and Style
• Full-closure grilles available in tempered glass, fire-retardant
polycarbonate, painted perforated steel, and aluminum
curtains for added security and full functionality in any
application
• Open-air grilles maximize ventilation and visual access
without compromising security
• Wide variety of side-folding grille curtain patterns and
finishes, colors and styles afford design flexibility
Standard Anodized finish and the Spectrum of Color options
• Standard clear, clean anodized finish on all side-folding
grilles lends unsurpassed beauty and durability
• Unlimited custom-color matching is optionally available for
most side-folding grilles in anodized, Duracron® acrylic
paint, or powder coat paint finishes
Installation and Service: Overhead Door Company of Madison
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Security Grille Comparison Chart
Upward-Coiling Security Grilles
Manualrelease
Straightlattice
Staggardbrick
Emergencyegress
Aluminum
Aluminum/glass
Galvanizedsteel
Steel–perforated
Stainlesssteel
Aluminumwith
polycarbonate
Pattern
Manualpush-up
to80sqftsteel
120sqftaluminum
Chainhoist
Crank
Electricoperator
Curtainmaterial
SERIES
Operation
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Side-Folding Security Grilles
Standardtrackcurves
Track(mount)
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alum
6-5/16”
(160mm)
11-3/16”
(298mm)
Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
677
manual
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alum
6-5/16”
(160mm)
11-3/16”
(298mm)
Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
678
manual
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alum
6-5/16”
(160mm)
11-3/16”
(298mm)
Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
679
manual
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alum
6-5/16”
(160mm)
11-3/16”
(298mm)
Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
681
manual
alum
6-5/16”
(160mm)
11-3/16”
(298mm)
Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
681 E Value Engineered
manual
alum
HIEP*
6-5/16”
(160mm)
11-3/16”
(298mm)
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Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
682
manual
alum
6-5/16”
(160mm)
Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
(356mm)
682 E Value Engineered
manual
alum
HIEP*
6-5/16”
(160mm)
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Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
683
manual
alum
6-5/16”
(160mm)
Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
(356mm)
683 E Value Engineered
manual
alum
HIEP*
6-5/16”
(160mm)
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Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
684
manual
alum
6-5/16”
(160mm)
Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
(356mm)
684 E Value Engineered
manual
alum
HIEP*
6-5/16”
(160mm)
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Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
685
manual
alum
6-5/16”
(160mm)
Top
HDalum
90˚,120˚,135˚,150˚
Trackmaterial
HIEP*sleeves
HIEP*–HighImpactExtrudedPolymer
§Series682style99orstyle1212–14’(4.3m)
Series682style1616orstyle2424–20’(6.1m)
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Framewidth
StandardBody
Curtain
Widebody
Open-air
Perforatedsteel
Polycarbonate
Aluminum
Curtaininsert
Glass
manual
Operation
675
SERIES
Full-closure
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Powdercoating
StainlesssteelNo.4
Acrylicpaint
Bronzeanodized
Optionalfinishes
Clearanodized
Locklinks(EEG†)
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Lockingmechanisms
Thumbturnguards
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Non-electricemergencyegress
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Aluminumhood
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Stainlesssteelhood
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Galvanizedsteelhood
Stainlesssteel2B
Clearorbronzeanodized
(option)
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Cylinderlock
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Finishes
Automaticrelease
Millfinishaluminum
(standard)
AVAILABLE OPTIONS
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Specialradii
Emergencyegressgrilles
Exitpaddles
Optionalfinishes
Acrylicpaint
Powdercoating
24”
(7,315mm)
Clearanod.
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(7,315mm)
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(356/559mm)
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(7,315mm)
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(7,315mm)
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(559mm)
NoLimit
24”
(7,315mm)
Clearanod.
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(559mm)
NoLimit
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(7,315mm)
Clearanod.
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(356mm)
NoLimit
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Clearanod.
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NoLimit
12”
(3,658mm)
Clearanod.
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(356mm)
NoLimit
10”
(3,048mm)
Clearanod.
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NoLimit
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Clearanod.
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Clearanod.
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Specialtrackcurves
NoLimit
Standardfinish
Maximumwidth
14”/22”
(356/559mm)
Maximumheight
Standardradius
AVAILABLE OPTIONS
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Installation and Service: Overhead Door Company of Huntsville
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Upward-Coiling Grilles
series670671
The 670 and 671 Series. Security
Standard features At a Glance
Warranty
1-year limited
Operation
Manual
Curtain
Material
Pattern
Aluminum (670 Series)
Steel, galvanized or stainless
(671 Series)
Optional: fire-retardant
polycarbonate panels
Straight lattice: 5/16” (8 mm)
rods at 2” (51 mm) o.c. and
links at 9” optional 5’ (76.2 mm)
and 6’ (152.4 mm) link spacing
(229 mm) o.c.
Optional: Staggered brick: 5/16”
(8 mm) rods at 2” (51 mm), o.c.,
and links at 4 1/2” (114 mm) o.c.
Optional: Curtain with
polycarbonate 5/16 (8 mm) rods
at 3” (76 mm) o.c. and links at
12” (305 mm) o.c.
Finish
Mill finish on aluminum; 2B on
stainless; galvanized on steel
Guide type
Aluminum extruded track
Mounting
Face mount with wall angle
Between the jambs on 3” x 3”
(76 mm x 76 mm)
Or 4” x 4” (102 mm x 102 mm)
structural steel tubes
Locking
Slide bolt for manual and crank
operation
Chain lock for chain hoist
operation
options
• Electric operator, chain hoist, removable awning
crank or crank box
• Electric operator with automatic emergency egress
• Compliant with IBC 1008.1.4.4 & NFPA 101
• Emergency egress operation with manual release
• Aluminum curtain with polycarbonate filler panels
• 24-gauge galvanized steel hood
• Heavy-usage package
• Anodized finishes: clear, bronze (aluminum)
• No. 4 finish (stainless)
• Powder coat paint finish in 197 standard colors or
color matched to your specification
• Controls: time clock, card reader, keypad access
• Cylinder lock
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When your project calls for an upwardcoiling grille that is as versatile and
attractive as it is rugged and secure, look
no further than the 670 and 671 Series.
These grilles provide an attractive yet
functional means to secure areas where
public access must be restricted, without
blocking air, light or sight. A wide range
of options – including the choice of
material, curtain pattern and inserts,
finish, type of operator, 24-gauge steel
hood, and heavy-usage package – make
these grilles an ideal choice for interior
or exterior use in a variety of retail,
industrial and commercial settings.
The Choice of Aluminum, Steel or Stainless.
The 670 and 671 Series offers a choice of curtain
materials to meet the aesthetic and functional
requirements of most any environment. The 670
Series features an aluminum (670 Series) curtain,
with optional fire-retardant polycarbonate inserts.
The 671 Series is fabricated of galvanized steel, with
stainless steel available as an option with optional
fire retardant polycarbonate inserts. The standard
curtain pattern for both the 670 and 671 Series is a
straight lattice configuration, but you can opt for a
staggered brick design.
High-Performance, Low Maintenance.
The 670 and 671 Series are built for long-lasting,
trouble-free performance. The counterbalance
assembly features heavy-duty helical torsion springs
in a steel tube or pipe barrel to provide long and
reliable service. Guides feature silicon woolpile
strips or PVC inserts for ease of operation and noise
reduction. Surfaces are factory pre-finished to
minimize field preparation and enhance the finish’s
durability. Optional crank operation or electric
operation further simplifies grille operation.
An optional heavy usage package provides extended
life in applications requiring higher-duty cycles,
such as parking garages and service access gates.
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series670 671
That’s Both Practical and Stylish.
Emergency Egress Options
For public building applications, where grilles are utilized to
secure access to public areas, an emergency egress may be
necessary to prevent entrapment in the event of emergency
or power failure. Applications including hospitals, schools,
office buildings and libraries are ideal for adding this safety
option to the grille system. The emergency egress allows
exit in the event of an alarm or power failure. The grille is
unlocked and therefore allowing exit. This feature avoids
entrapment as well as provides immediate access to
emergency personnel. Overhead Door offers two different
ways to implement the emergency egress option. Both ways
meet the IBC 1008.1.4.4 requirements. One option is the
auto release option using an egress electric operator system
designed specifically to work with Overhead Door emergency
egress. The other option is the manual release which can
be operated with standard Overhead Door® commercial
operators.
Optional Electric Operation
The 670 and 671 Series grilles are available with an electric
operator to provide automatic passage for a variety of
commercial and industrial uses, including schools, hospitals,
libraries, public access buildings and parking garages. Our
commercial operators are designed specifically for the 670
and 671 Series grilles to ensure precise, smooth and safe
operation for years to come. These operators are available
with a variety of safety and actuator options that make the
670 and 671 Series grilles suitable for nearly any commercial
or retail application. These options include:
• Entrapment protection, including an electric or pneumatic
sensing edge or photoelectric sensors
• Push-button, key or combination stations; surface
or flush-mounted for interior or exterior locations
• Vehicle detectors, key card readers, photocell and grille
timer controls
• Treadle or pull-switch stations
• Telephone entry and coded keyboard stations
• Universal programmable grille timer
• Radio control systems (24 VAC or 120 VAC)
• Emergency Egress allows for exiting without electrical
power
Installation and Service: Overhead Door Company of Huntsville.
For additional information, or special project requirements, consult your Overhead Door distributor or the Overhead Door Architectural Design Manual.
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Upward-Coiling Grilles,
Grille Patterns, face-of-Wall Clearance Dimensions
series670671 Grille Patterns
Brick
Straight Lattice
Lexan®
Note: These products allow air infiltration and are not weather tight.
Grille Clearance Elevations
face-of-Wall mounted
headroom and Sideroom Clearance Dimensions
Dimensions A and B
Operation: Push-up, chain hoist, crank or electric.
For clearance details on electrically operated grilles, see Motor
Operator details on page 22.
670/671
Opening Height
“A”
“B”*
Thru6’0” (1,829mm)
15” (381mm)
17” (432mm)
Thru11’0” (3,353mm)
17” (432mm)
19” (483mm)
Thru15’0” (1,829mm)
19” (483mm)
21” (533mm)
Thru18’0” (3,353mm)
21” (533mm)
23” (584mm)
Thru21’0” (1,829mm)
23” (584mm)
25” (635mm)
Thru23’0” (3,353mm)
25” (635mm)
27” (686mm)
Thru24’0” (1,829mm)
27” (686mm)
29” (737mm)
* IfMotorOperatedadd21/4”(57mm)toB
* IfSafetyEdgeadd33/4”(95mm)toB
Grille UpSets
670/671
Manual w/o
Weather Strip
Electric w/o
Safety Edge
With
Safety Edge
Bottom Bar
13/4”(44mm)
13/4”(44mm)
13/4”(44mm)
Tubular
21/2”(63mm)
43/4”(121mm)
6 1/4”(159mm)
Extruded “T”
13/4”(44mm)
33/4”(95mm)
5 1/4”(133mm)
Double Angle
Dimension C
670/671
Operation
ChainSTD 10
“C”
Add to “A”
81/2”(216mm)
F.O.H.Chain 51/2”(140mm)
+10*(254mm)
AwningCrank
51/2”(140mm)
+12*(305mm)
Push-Up
51/2”(140mm)
ElectricModelRMX® 71/2”(191mm)
ElectricModelRSX® 81/2”(216mm)
ElectricModel1RHX®
63/4”(172mm)
S70
51/2”(140mm)
SpecialMart
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Guide Details
face - of - Wall mounted
Section B-B
Steel Tube Jamb
Steel Jamb
Steel tube requires coping out for drive clearance on crank or motor operated grilles
masonry/Concrete Jamb
Wood Jamb
For more detailed information, refer to the Overhead Door Corporation’s Architectural Design Manual, or consult your local Overhead Door distributor.
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Upward-Coiling Grilles
Between Jambs Clearance Dimensions
series670671
Grille Clearance Elevations
Between Jambs mounted
Operation: Push-up, chain hoist,
crank or electric.
For clearance details on
electrically operated grilles, see
Motor Operator details on
page 22.
For more detailed information, refer to the Overhead Door Corporation’s Architectural Design Manual, or consult your local Overhead Door distributor.
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Upward-Coiling Grilles
Guide Clearance Dimensions
SecurityGrille Systems
series670 671
Guide Details
Between Jambs mounted
Section B-B
Steel tube requires coping out. Consult factory for dimensions.
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Side-folding full Closure Grilles
series675677678679
Standard features At a Glance
Warranty
Curtain
Frame
Panel width
Finish
Track
Trolley assembly
Track detail
Curves
Radius
Post types
Lead post
Intermediate post
Trailing end post
Locking mechanisms
Lead post
Intermediate post
Trailing end post
1 year limited
Truss-like aluminum top and
bottom plates; 1/8” (3 mm) thick
6 5 /16” (160 mm) standard body;
11 1/4” (298 mm) wide body
Aluminum clear anodized
1 1/8” (29 mm)
Vertical adjustment 1” (25 mm)
up/down without curtain
removal (not available for
E-models)
Top-mounted, heavy-duty
aluminum sections
Height: 1 5/8” (41 mm)
Width: 1 3 /8” (35 mm)
90°, 120°, 135°, 150°
Custom upon request
14” (356 mm) standard body
22” (559 mm) wide body
Custom upon request
Hook lock and wall channel;
bi-part; top bottom shoot bolts
Bottom shoot bolt
Traveling; fixed; hook lock and
wall jamb; top and bottom shoot
bolts; carrier
Concealed cylinder-operated
hook lock accessible from
interior and exterior
Concealed cylinder-operated
shoot bolt accessible from one
side only
Attached 10’ max. (3048 mm)
protection plate self-locking
into a steel V-Stop
The 675/677/678/679 Series side-folding closures
are ideal for applications that require a secure
barrier against theft and debris, such as retail
applications in malls, airports and concourses.
The series includes four panel materials:
painted perforated steel for full ventilation;
clear polycarbonate for visual access and
nonbreakable durability; tempered glass for
a crystal-clear view; and full-height aluminum
for maximum security. All four models are
available in both standard-body and
wide-body versions.
675 Series
Curtain: 6 5/16” (160 mm) standard-width, 18-gauge
painted perforated steel panels with 3/16” (5 mm) dia.
holes on staggered centers that slide into aluminum
hinges. Panels are framed by min. 4” (102 mm) high
aluminum bottom plates and 5 1/4” (133 mm) high
aluminum top plates.
Visibility: 51% of 4 3/4” (121 mm) viewable area
Note: All Post types can be used in most any position as need dictates
options
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Custom radii and curves
Emergency egress grille
Thumb-turn guards
Color-matched, anodized finish
Color-matched, Duracron® (acrylic) finish
Powder coat paint finish in 197 standard colors, or
color-matched to your specification (“E” series not
available in special colors)
Duracron is a registered mark of PPG INDUSTRIES OHIO, INC.
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675 Series (Wide Body)
Curtain: 11 1/4” (286 mm) wide-body panels, constructed
of 18-gauge painted perforated steel with 3/16” (5 mm)
dia. holes on staggered centers that slide into aluminum
hinges. Panels are framed by min. 4” (102 mm) high
aluminum bottom plates and 5 1/4” (133 mm) high
aluminum top plates.
Visibility: 51% of 8 7/8” (225 mm) viewable area
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677 Series
678 Series (Wide Body)
Curtain: 6 5/16” (160 mm) standard-width panels with 1/8”
(3 mm) thick fire-retardant polycarbonate that fit into
aluminum hinges. Panels are framed by min. 4” (102 mm)
high aluminum bottom plates and 5 1/4” (133 mm) high
aluminum top plates.
Visibility: 100% of 4 3/4” (121 mm) viewable area*
Curtain: 11 1/4” (286 mm) wide-body panels, with 1/8” (3 mm)
thick tempered glass that fit into aluminum hinges and are
framed by min. 4” (102 mm) high aluminum bottom plates and
5 1/4” (133 mm) high aluminum top plates.
Visibility: 100% of 8 7/8” (225 mm) viewable area*
677 Series (Wide Body)
679 Series
Curtain: 11 1/4” (286 mm) wide-body panels with 1/8” (3 mm)
thick fire-retardant polycarbonate that fit into aluminum
hinges. Panels are framed by min. 4” (102 mm) high aluminum
bottom plates and 5 1/4” (133 mm) high aluminum top plates.
Visibility: 100% of 8 7/8” (225 mm) viewable area*
Curtain: 6 5/16” (160 mm) standard-width panels constructed
of full-height, solid aluminum that slide into aluminum hinges.
Panels are framed by alternately positioned 5 1/4” (133 mm)
high aluminum top plates.
Visibility: 0%
678 Series
679 Series (Wide Body)
Curtain: 6 5/16” (160 mm) standard-width panels with
1/8” (3 mm) thick tempered glass that fit into aluminum hinges.
Panels are framed by min. 4” (102 mm) high aluminum bottom
plates and 5 1/4” (133 mm) high aluminum top plates.
Visibility: 100% of 4 3/4” (121 mm) viewable area*
Curtain: 11 1/4” (286 mm) wide-body panels constructed of
full-height, solid aluminum that slide into aluminum hinges.
Panels are framed by alternately positioned 5 1/4” (133 mm)
high aluminum top plates.
Visibility: 0%
* 1” Plate separator panels on full height closures over 6’ in height
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Side-folding open Air Grilles
series681682683684685
Installation and Service: Overhead Door Company of Madison.
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SecurityGrille Systems
series681 682 683 684 685
Standard features At a Glance
Warranty
Curtain
Frame
Panel width
Finish
Track
Trolley assembly
Vertical adjustment
Track detail
Curves
Radius
Post types
Lead post
Intermediate post
Trailing end post
Locking mechanisms
Lead post
Intermediate post
Trailing end post
Security/safety options
1-year limited
Truss-like aluminum top and
bottom plates; 1/8” (3 mm) thick
6 5/16” (160 mm) standard body;
11 3/4” (299 mm) wide body
Aluminum clear anodized
1 1/8” (29 mm)
1” (25 mm) up/down without
curtain removal (not available
for E-models)
Top-mounted, heavy-duty
aluminum sections
Height: 1 5/8” (41 mm)
Width: 1 3/8” (35 mm)
90°, 120°, 135°, 150°
Custom upon request
14” (356 mm) standard body
22” (559 mm) wide body
Custom upon request
open-air side-folding grilles provide security,
while allowing air circulation and full visual
access to interior spaces. The 681/682/683/
684 Series offer a wide range of features
to fit most any application where an open-air
grille satisfies security requirements, such as
in retail environments, malls, schools, offices
and airports. The product line is distinguished
by a variety of curtain patterns, colors and
finishes. Several models are available with widebody panels, and the 681-E and 683-E
Series are available with an economical high
impact extruder polymer (hIEP) curtain.
A countertop version is also available.
Hook lock and wall channel;
bi-part; top and bottom
shoot bolts
Bottom shoot bolt
Traveling; fixed; hook lock and
wall jamb; top and bottom
shoot bolts; carrier
Concealed cylinder-operated
hook lock accessible from
interior and exterior
Concealed cylinder-operated
shoot bolt accessible from
one side only
Attached 10’ (3048 mm) max
height protection plate selflocking into a steel V-Stop
Thumb-turn guards and
protection bars. Emergency
egress grille (except 685 Series).
High-impact extruded polymer
(HIEP) curton sleeves (681-E,
682-E, 683-E and 684-E only)
Note: All Post types can be used in most any position as need dictates
options
• Custom track radii and curves
• High-impact extruded polymer (HIEP) curtain (681-E,
682-E, 683-E and 684-E only)
• Emergency egress grille (except 685 Series/
Windowgard™)
• Thumb-turn guards and protection bars
• Color-matched, anodized finish*
• Color-matched, Duracron® (acrylic) finish
• Powder coat paint finish in 197 standard colors, or
color-matched to your specification (“E” series not
available in special colors.)
Straight Pattern
Brick Pattern
681/681-E Series 681/681-E (Wide Body)
Curtain: 11 1/4” (286 mm) wide-body panels. Panels are
constructed of 1” (25 mm) aluminum plates spaced
at 12” (305 mm) horizontal intervals with three vertical
steel rods space at 1 7/8” (48 mm) intervals covered
in aluminum (681 Series) or HIEP sleeves (681-E Series).
Panels are framed by min. 2” (51 mm) high aluminum
bottom plates and 5 1/4” (133 mm) high aluminum top
plates.
*681/683 anodized finish only
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Side-folding open Air Grilles
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682 Series/682E Series
Curtain: 6 5/16” (160 mm) standard-width panels, framed
by min. 4” (102 mm) high aluminum bottom plates and 5 1/4”
(133 mm) high aluminum top plates. Panels are constructed
of alternating aluminum plates according to the model specified:
AG-99 9” (229 mm) panel alternating with 9”
(229 mm) spacing
AG-1212 12” (305 mm) panel alternating with 12”
(305 mm) spacing
AG-1818 18” (457 mm) panel alternating with 18”
(457 mm) spacing
AG-2424 24” (610 mm) panel alternating with 24”
(610 mm) spacing
S-52/E-52
S-12/E-12
684/684-E Series
Curtain: 6 5/16” (160 mm) standard-width panels, framed by
min. 4” (102 mm) high aluminum bottom plates and 5 1/4”
(133 mm) high aluminum top plates. Panels are constructed
of 3” (76 mm) by 2” (51 mm) pieces of aluminum, separated by
either aluminum or HIEP tubes spaced at intervals according
to the model specified: S-52 5” (127 mm) high aluminum tubes
E-52 5” (127 mm) high HIEP tubes
S-12 10” (254 mm) high aluminum tubes
E-12 10” (254 mm) high HIEP tubes
Straight Pattern
Brick Pattern
683/683-E Series
Curtain: 6 5/16” (160 mm) standard-width panels, framed
by min. 4” (102 mm) high aluminum bottom plates and 5 1/4”
(133 mm) high aluminum top plates. Panels are constructed
of 1/8” (3 mm) by 6” (152 mm) horizontal aluminum links that
slide onto 5/16” (8 mm) vertical rods. Rods are held in place
by 1/2” (13 mm) aluminum (683 Series) or HIEP spacer tubes
(683-E Series) on alternate rods.
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685 Series Windowgard™
Windowgard can be furnished in any grille pattern desired.
683 Series S-52 is shown.
Side-folding Grilles Elevations
SecurityGrille Systems
series681 682 683 684 685
Grille Clearance Elevations
Note:
* Curtain height is adjustable
to a maximum of 1” (25 mm)
upward, and 1” (25 mm)
downward to compensate for
unexpected field conditions.
** This will vary top clearance
from curtain to track from 1⁄2”
(13 mm) to 2 1⁄2”
(63 mm)
Side folding Grilles Post Descriptions
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Wall Channel
Lead Post – with cylinders interior/
exterior engaging hook bolt lock
Bi-Part – with cylinders interior/exterior
and interior drop bolt
Bi-Part – with cylinder exterior and interior thumb turn and drop bolt
Intermediate Post – with interior cylinder
lock and drop bolt
Intermediate Post – with interior
drop bolt
Top and Bottom Post – with interior/
exterior cylinder lock and rubber bumper
Top and Bottom Post – with cylinder lock
and protection plate
Traveling End Post – with protection
plate, post self locks into floor “V” stop
Fixed End Post
90° Bi-Part – With interior/exterior
cylinders and exterior drop bolt
Bi-Part, Pocket Both Sides
Commonly used to break up large curtains or to provide
a balanced look.
Single Stack Into Pocket With Wall Channel or Pocket Grille
In this configuration, the traveling end post becomes a
secured, keyed locking post and avoids drilling for floor
socket needed by #7 post.
Stack Between Jambs
For use where there is no pocket availability.
Note: Use of #7 posts for the lead or end are a viable alternative
For more detailed information, refer to the Overhead Door Corporation’s Architectural Design Manual, or consult your local Overhead Door distributor.
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Post Types Typical Layouts
series681682683684 685
Side-folding Grilles Typical Layouts
Special Radius Curve
Dual Track
Enables the curtain to follow any lease line and
adds a dramatic look to the entrance.
For use when minimal pocket depth is available. A top and
bottom lead post with attached spacing post to an angled
wall allows access to locking on the acute angle side.
90º Curve With Bi-Part Single Stack Into Pocket
“S” Curve (2 135º curves) With Single Stack
Into 90º Pocket
Bi-parting curtains are recommended for curtains 30' or
more for ease of use.
Remote Stack With Caddy
Remote stacks move the curtain away from a secured area to
a convenient stack area. Caddy systems allow wall-to-wall
locking with a curved stack area.
Note: On all layout drawings, top is exterior, bottom is interior of opening.
Pocket construction by others.
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S-curves enable the curtain to avoid obstruction and provide added visual interest.
Side-folding Grilles Track Details
Drop Ceiling Recessed Track
Drop Ceiling Surface Track
SecurityGrille Systems
Drywall Ceiling Recessed Track
face-of-Wall mount
685 Series Windowgard
Top Track with header Tube
Top and Bottom Track*
Note:
Load requirements are 3 lbs. per square foot (1.66 Kg per square meter) and 200 lbs. per linear foot (91 Kg per
linear meter) stacked. Threaded rod 1⁄2” (13 mm) with 2” (51 mm) x 6” (152 mm) wood stud shown.
Other acceptable mounts include 2” (51 mm) x 4” (102 mm) steel or wood stud. A column is not required for support.
Header and supporting structure by others.
*Curtain height is adjustable up to 1” (25 mm) up or down without removal.
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Side-folding Grilles Pocket Details
Note: Special radius curves are available only with a template supplied.
Curves cannot be smaller than 90°
Double 3/4” (19 mm) plywood eliminates problem blocking of curved layouts.
Standard
1 3/16” (30 mm) per linear foot plus 3” (76 mm) for each posts.
Min. clear pocket width 8” (203 mm)
Wide Body
3/4” (19 mm) per linear foot plus 3” (76 mm) for each posts.
Min. clear pocket width 13” (330 mm)
Add 3” (76 mm) per stack per locking post. Add 8” (203 mm) to stack per Emergency Egress Grille. Add 6” (152 mm) each for bi-part.
Note: The maximum space between locking posts is 10’ (3,048 mm) for full height grilles, 6’ (1,829 mm) on standard counter height and at center of every curve.
For more detailed information, refer to the Overhead Door Corporation’s Architectural Design Manual, or consult your local Overhead Door distributor.
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The Original, lnnovative Choice for Unequalled Quality and Service
overhead Door Corporation pioneered the upward-acting door industry, inventing the first upwardacting door in 1921 and the first electric door operator in 1926. Today, we continue to be the industry
leader through the strength of our product innovation, superior craftsmanship and outstanding customer
support, underscoring a legacy of quality, expertise and integrity. That’s why design and construction
professionals specify overhead Door Corporation products more often than any other brand.
The Overhead Door Red Ribbon is a mark of quality that also reflects the pride we take in the people who support our products.
Our family of over 400 Red Ribbon Distributors across the country not only share our name and logo, but also our commitment
to excellence. Your Red Ribbon Distributor will work with you in a consultative role to ensure that product selections achieve
your design and application requirements — in addition to offering expert installation, professional field service and ongoing
maintenance. From project design and manufacturing to installation and service, the Overhead Door Red Ribbon is your
guarantee of genuine quality and turnkey service excellence.
Together with our Red Ribbon Distributors, we offer comprehensive technical information and resource materials to
support your project, including:
• Architectural Design Manual – a comprehensive guide to selecting, specifying and detailing all commercial and
industrial Overhead Door products can be found at www.OverheadDoor.com/ADM/base.html
• Operation & Maintenance Manual – detailed product information, customized for your project, to ensure reliable,
long-life door system operation
• Custom application and technical assistance through ordering plants’ customer service and technical services
respectively
• Visit our Architect’s Corner at www.OverheadDoor.com
Advanced Rolling Steel Door
RapidSlat®
Thermacore® Sectional Doors
Rolling & Side Folding
Security Grilles & Closures
Rolling Service Doors
Commercial Operators
Today, Overhead Door Corporation – along with our Horton Automatics division, for automated pedestrian entrances – is
recognized as the leading, single-source manufacturer of integrated door and operator systems for commercial, industrial and
residential applications. With multiple manufacturing locations throughout the United States, a state-of-the-art TREQ (Testing,
Reliability, Engineering, and Quality) Center for design and engineering, and a national network of authorized Red Ribbon
Distributors, our capabilities are leading-edge and our field service and technical support second to none. Built best and backed
best, Overhead Door is the industry’s leading choice for quality that shows and lasts.
To talk with the Overhead Door Red Ribbon Distributor nearest you, call 1-800-929-DOOR.
overhead Door Corporation
2501 S. State Hwy. 121 Bus., Suite 200
Lewisville, Texas 75067
1-800-929-DOOR
www.OverheadDoor.com
INDUSTRY LEADING
CommERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL SoLUTIoNS
The Overhead Door Corporation family of quality commercial and industrial products includes:
A part of Sanwa Holdings Corporation
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Overhead Door Corporation. Knock & Lock is a registered trademark of Kenneth E. Nachreiner. All other trademarks are property of their rightful owners. Consistent with our policy
of continuing product improvement, we reserve the right to change product specifications without notice or obligation. C900-038
Aluminum Slatwall Specifications
Standard Colors
We can custom powdercoat match most colors. Setup
charges and minimum runs may apply. CAD files are
available on request. Standard products and finishes
usually ship in 1-2 weeks. All orders are shipped bulk,
common carrier unless other arrangements are made.
000 Raw Mill
111 Black
800 Clear Anodize
112 White
Single Sided
1” On-Center, 6” High Extrusion
Part #
Description
Raw Mill
Anod./Paint
A10-1S-96
AHF-1-96
A10-2S-96
Flat Back, 96” long
Hidden Fastener - No Visible Screw, 96” long
Double Sided, 96” long
$31.00
$37.00
$57.50
$39.50
$46.00
$75.00
Hidden Fastener
Double Sided
1.5” On-Center, 6” High Extrusion
Part #
Description
Raw Mill
Anod./Paint
A15-1S-96
AHF-15-96
A15-2S-96
Flat Back, 96” long
Hidden Fastener - No Visible Screw, 96” long
Double Sided, 96” long
$31.00
$37.00
$57.50
$39.50
$46.00
$75.00
2” On-Center, 6” High Extrusion
Part #
Description
Raw Mill
Anod./Paint
AHF-2S-96
Double Sided, 96” long
$31.00
$39.50
3” On-Center, 6” High Extrusion
Part #
Description
Raw Mill
Anod./Paint
AHF-3-96
Hidden Fastener - No Visible Screw, 96” long
$27.00
$36.50
J-Cap for All Hidden Fastener Extrusions
Part #
Description
Raw Mill
AHF-JC-96
Start/Finish Strip for Hidden Fastener, 96” long
$8.50
PATENT NUMBER 6,349,507
Anod./Paint
$11.00
Serves for both top and bottom trim
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Product Bulletin 7125
Release I, Effective December 2010 Replaces H, Dec 06)
See Bulletin Change Summary on last page
Scotchcal™ ElectroCut™ Graphic Film
Series 7125
For Electronic Cutting, Thermal Transfer Printing and Screen Printing
1. Product Description
Film series 7125 are 2-mil, pressure-sensitive films designed for permanent graphics that
may be prespaced and electronically cut, screen printed, or used in narrow width thermal
transfer printing systems. This film, which is the same color on both sides, has a paper
liner. The liner is blue on white films -10 and -20, for ease in weeding, and white for all
others. This film is available in 62 colors.
2. Recommended Types of
Graphics and End Uses
When constructed and used as described in this Bulletin, these types of graphics and end
uses may be warranted by the 3M™ MCS™ Warranty. Please read the entire Bulletin for
details.
• Prespaced and electronically-cut graphics in the applications described in Product De­
scription.
• Commercial and industrial graphic applications, including emblems, vehicle graphics,
labels, striping, general signage, two-way window markings
• Thermal transfer printed graphics
A. Limitations of End Uses
(1) Do not use the film
for these end uses
3. Compatible Products
3M does not normally warrant other uses or applications, but please contact us to discuss
your needs or let us suggest other 3M products.
•
•
•
•
•
Application to corrugated surfaces or surfaces with compound curves
Thermoforming
Application to stainless steel for fleet applications
Backlit signage (Use 3M™ Scotchcal™ Translucent Graphic Film Series instead)
Use in Summa's SummaChrome™ or DuraChrome® printers or similar printers
This Bulletin provides details about the base film, recommended construction options,
warranted durability and warranty limitations for the constructions shown in the Warran­
ted Durability Tables. Additional specific information about compatible products can be
found in the Product and Instruction Bulletins listed in 3M Related Literature at the end of
this bulletin.
A. Screen Printing Inks
• 3M Screen Printing Ink Series 1900 line color only
• 3M Screen Printing UV Ink Series 9800 line color only
B. Graphic Protection
•
•
•
•
•
•
C. 3M Flexible Substrate
• 3M Panaflex Awning and Sign Facing Series 945GPS
D. Other Products
•
•
•
•
•
3M Screen Printing Gloss Clear 1920DR
3M Screen Printing Matte Clear 1930
3M Screen Printing Gloss Clear 9720UV
3M Screen Printing Matte Clear 9730UV
3M Screen Printing Gloss Clear 9800CL
3M Screen Printing Gloss UV Clear 9720i
3M™ Prespacing Tape SCPS-2
3M™ Prespacing Tape SCPS-3 with HVA
3M™ Prespacing Tape SCPS-53X
3M™ Premasking Tape SCPM-3
3M™ Premasking Tape SCPM-44X
Product Bulletin 7125 - 1
4. Characteristics
A. Physical Characteristics
B. Color Chart
These are typical values for unprocessed product; processing may change the values.
Contact your 3M representative for a custom specification.
Characteristic
Description
Film
Cast vinyl
Thickness
Without adhesive: 2 mil (0.05 mm)
With adhesive: 2.5 to 3.5 mils (0.063 to 0.09 mm)
Color
See Chart, below
Adhesive type
Pressure sensitive
Adhesive color
Clear
Liner
Films 7125-10, 7125-20: Blue kraft paper
All other others: White kraft paper
Tensile
strength
minimum
5 pound/inch at 73F (0.9 kg/cm at 23C)
Adhesion
24 hours after
application
ABS: 4 pounds/inch (0.7 kg/cm)
Acrylic: 4 pounds/inch (0.7 kg/cm)
Acrylic enamel: 4 pounds/inch (0.7 kg/cm)
Fruehauf painted panels: 4 pounds/inch (0.7 kg/cm)
Polycarbonate: 4 pounds/inch (0.7 kg/cm)
Urethane paints: 4 pounds/inch (0.7 kg/cm)
Aluminum, alodine: 8 pounds/inch (1.4 kg/cm)
Chrome: 5 pounds/inch (0.9 kg/cm)
Polypropylene: 3 pounds/inch (0.5 kg/cm)
Chemical
resistance
Resists mild alkalis, mild acids, and salt
Excellent resistance to water (this does not include immersion)
Flammability
Film 7125-10 has been tested for flame spread per ASTM E84, “Surface
Burning Characteristics of Building Materials," and meets the
requirements of National Fire Protection Association Class A (1) (most
fire-resistant class) as defined in NFPA 101, “Life Safety Code."
Contact 3M at 1-800-328-3908 for more information.
Number Color
Number Color
Number Color
7125-10
7125-11
7125-12
7125-13
7125-14
7125-15
7125-17
7125-19
7125-46
7125-47
7125-48
7125-49
7125-53
7125-54
7125-56
7125-57
7125-58
7125-59
7125-63
7125-64
7125-66
7125-77
7125-85
7125-86
7125-88
7125-89
7125-90
7125-96
7125-98
7125-99
7125-103
7125-105
7125-120
7125-130
7125-131
7125-139
7125-173
7125-176
7125-177
7125-186
7125-187
7125-193
7125-196
7125-197
7125-263
7125-273
7125-276
7125-307
7125-357
7125-20
7125-22
7125-23
7125-24
7125-25
7125-27
7125-29
7125-31
7125-37
7125-38
7125-39
7125-41
White
Pearl grey
Black
Tomato red
Bright orange
Bright yellow
Vivid blue
Deep mahogany
brown
Matte white
Matte black
Deep red
Terra cotta
Sunflower
Indigo
Russet brown
Medium grey
Sapphire blue
Royal purple
Tan
Dark grey
Kelly green
Intense blue
Purple
Beige
Cardinal red
Light orange
Dark green
Olympic blue
Burgundy
Putty
Geranium
Apricot
Forest green
Peacock blue
Vista yellow
Robin egg blue
Violet
Sandstone
Antique white
Teal
Dark violet
Fawn
Magenta
Harvest gold
Satin aluminum
Eggshell
Satin gold
Saddle brown
Salmon pink
Aqua
Shadow blue
Bright green
Wedgewood blue
Mauve
Apple green
Light navy
Perfect match red
Process magenta
Bottle green
Dark aqua
Bermuda blue
Product Bulletin 7125 - 2
C. Application Characteristics
Characteristic
Description
Finished graphic
application
recommendation
Graphic orientation: Vertical, non-vertical and horizontal
Surface type: Flat with and without rivets; Simple curves
Substrate type: Panaflex substrate 945GPS, metal, glass, acrylic,
polycarbonate, fiberglass, painted surfaces
Application temperature: 50° to 100°F (10° to 38°C) air and
substrate
Applied film
shrinkage
0.010 inch (0.3 mm) maximum
Finished graphic
exposure
temperature
-40° to +225°F (-40° to +107°C)
Graphic removal
None, permanent
5. Definitions
A. Exposure
U.S. Vertical
Exposure
U.S.
Non-vertical
Exposure
B. Graphic Types
face of graphic
face of graphic
The face of the graphic is +/- 10° from vertical.
The face of the graphic is greater than 10° from vertical
and greater than 5° from horizontal. This includes
non-vertical surfaces of vehicle wraps or fleet graphics.
U.S.
Horizontal
Exposure
face of graphic
U.S. Desert
Southwest
Exposure
Any outdoor graphic exposed to solar energy more than half of the daylight
hours in Arizona, New Mexico and the desert areas of California, Nevada,
Utah and Texas is subject to reduced warranties. A detailed map is available
at 3Mgraphics.com under Warranties.
Indoor Signs
Stationary graphics applied indoors and not exposed to the elements.
Outdoor Signs
Stationary graphics applied outdoors and exposed to the elements.
The face of the graphic is +/- 5° from horizontal.
C. Graphic Construction
The products used to make a graphic, which may include film and/or flexible substrate, graphic
protection, ink, printer and application tape.
D. Vehicle
Fleet Vehicle
Straight trucks, semi-tractors and trailers used in commercial fleets.
Excludes air shields.
Standard Vehicle
Buses, vans, automobiles, recreational vehicles unless otherwise noted.
6. Warranty Information
A. Limitations and Disclaimers
Applicable to All Warranties
& Warranty Coverage
Overview
Both the warranty coverage and the durability for each graphic is based on the user(s)
reading and following all applicable and current 3M Product and Instruction Bulletins. 3M
will honor the Warranted Durability stated in the base film or substrate Product Bulletin that
is current when the film was purchased. Warranted durabilities may be reduced and
stipulations may apply for certain constructions and applications, as covered in this Bulletin.
Continued on the next page.
Product Bulletin 7125 - 3
The following is made in lieu of all other express or implied warranties, including any im­
plied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or implied warranty
arising out of a course of dealing, custom or usage of trade. 3M will replace or refund the
price of any 3M materials that do not meet this warranty within the specified time periods.
These remedies are exclusive. In no case shall 3M be liable for any direct, indirect, or
consequential damages, including any labor or non-3M materials charges.
See the 3M Graphics Market Center Warranty Brochure at 3Mgraphics.com, which gives
the terms, additional limitations of the warranty, if any, and limitations of liability.
B. 3M Basic Product Warranty
All 3M products are warranted to be free of defects in materials and manufacture at the
time of shipment and to meet the specifications stated in this Product Bulletin and as further
set forth in the 3M Graphics Market Center Warranty Brochure.
C. 3M™ MCS™ Warranty
Finished graphics constructed with the materials specified and the exposure specified in the
Warranted Durability Tables, Section C.(1), is eligible for the 3M™ MCS™ Warranty. For
warranties for other exposures, see Section D.(1).
Subject to Stipulations set forth in
Section D., below
Veh
Out
In
=
=
=
Fleet, Standard and Recreational Vehicle Graphics
Outdoor Signs
Indoor Signs
Warranted Durability In Years
(1) Warranted Durability
Table for Finished
Graphics in a Standard
U.S. Vertical Exposure
No Printing
Graphic
Protection
Veh
Out
In
Ink Series 1900
Ink Series 9800
Ink Series 9800
Metallic
Veh
In
Veh
Out
In
Veh
Out
In
Out
Graphic
Protection
Film Colors: 7125-10, 12, 20, 22
1920DR, air dry
—
—
—
5
5
5
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920DR, oven dry
—
—
—
6
6
6
—
—
—
—
—
—
1930
—
—
—
2
2
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
9720i
—
—
—
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
9720UV
—
—
—
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
9730UV
—
—
—
3
3
3
3
3
3
—
—
—
9800CL
—
—
—
—
—
—
5
5
5
5
5
5
None
8
7
7
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Film Colors: 7125-114, 120, 131
1920DR, air dry
—
—
—
5
5
5
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920DR, oven dry
—
—
—
5
5
5
—
—
—
—
—
—
1930
—
—
—
2
2
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
9720i
—
—
—
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
9720UV
—
—
—
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
9730UV
—
—
—
3
3
3
3
3
3
—
—
—
9800CL
—
—
—
—
—
—
5
5
5
5
5
5
None
5
5
5
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Film Colors: All other colors of film series 7125
1920DR, air dry
—
—
—
5
5
5
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920DR, oven dry
—
—
—
6
6
6
—
—
—
—
—
—
1930
—
—
—
2
2
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
9720UV
—
—
—
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
9730UV
—
—
—
3
3
3
3
3
3
—
—
—
9800CL
—
—
—
—
—
—
5
5
5
5
5
5
None
6
6
6
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Warranty requires oven drying the last color of ink series 1900 and screen print 1920DR for 2 hours at 150°F
(65°C).
Product Bulletin 7125 - 4
(2) Legibility Warranty
For Fleet Graphics ONLY for
Horizontal Exposure and
Selected Constructions
Applications subjected to maximum sunlight and environmental conditions used on rooftops
of commercially-owned fleet vehicles where identification from the air is needed are
warranted for legibility only for the following constructions. The graphic will change color,
lose gloss and chalk, which is not covered by warranty.
Warranty in Years
Film Colors: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 22, 53
D. General Warranty
Stipulations for 3M™
MCS™ Warranty
(1) Reduced Warranted Durability
for Non-vertical Graphics
Horizontal Exposure
Ink Series
Clear
U.S.
U.S. Desert
Southwest
No printing
None
5
3
These stipulations apply to graphics covered by the 3M™ MCS™ Warranty. Specific
provisions of these stipulations are found in the 3M Graphics Market Center Warranty
Brochure at 3Mgraphics.com.
For graphics oriented in a non-vertical, outdoor exposure, multiply the warranted durability
years for your graphic construction as shown in the applicable Warranted Durability Tables,
Section C.(1) or Section D(1), by the percentage shown for the intended graphic exposure.
If the Graphic Exposure is:
Use this Percentage of
U.S. Vertical Exposure,
Warranted Durability
Calculation Examples
U.S. Non-vertical
50% (0.5)
0.5 x 5 years = 2.5 years
Desert Southwest Vertical
70% (0.7)
0.7 x 5 years = 3.5 years
Desert Southwest Non-vertical
35% (0.35)
0.35 x 5 years = 1.75 years
Horizontal
0%
0
(1) Opacity
This film can be used on opaque surfaces but has less hiding power than a film with a
colored adhesive. Consider this characteristic when selecting and preparing the substrate.
(2) Abrasion and Loss of Gloss
Abrasion damage and loss of gloss are not covered by any 3M warranty. This is considered
normal wear and tear.
(3) Application to Glass
3M accepts no liability for glass breakage when using this film for window graphics. See
Instruction Bulletin 5.1 for details.
(4) Application Outside the U.S.
Contact the 3M organization for that country.
(5) Graphics Made with
Components Not Sold or
Recommended by 3M
The 3M™ MCS Warranty does not cover finished graphics made with inks, film, graphic
protection and/or application tapes that are not sold or recommended by 3M. The user is
solely responsible for the graphic appearance, performance and durability of graphic con­
structions that include any other products.
(6) Printed Vehicle Graphics
Screen printed vehicle graphics require a clear to be warranted
(7) Harsh Washing
Graphics exposed to abrasive washing conditions, harsh cleaners or chemicals are not
warranted.
(8) Clears that Haze
Clears 1930 and 9730UV may haze, which is not covered by the warranty.
(9) Chalking
Chalking for unprinted film colors 20, 263, 273 and 286 as they age is considered normal
and acceptable wear. Chalking can be removed by normal graphic cleaning methods.
Product Bulletin 7125 - 5
7. Factors that Affect Graphic
Performance Life
The actual performance life of a graphic is affected by all of the following.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Correct combination of 3M-recommended graphics products
Ink formulation (screen printing)
Adequate ink drying and/or UV curing (screen printing)
Selection and preparation of the substrate
Surface texture
Application methods
Angle and direction of sun exposure
Environmental conditions
Cleaning or maintenance methods
8. Graphics Manufacturing
!
CAUTION
A. Thermal Transfer Printing
Before using any equipment, follow the manufacturers' instructions for safe operation.
Formulations and processing conditions can affect ink durability. Refer to the Product and
Instruction Bulletins for your ink for limitations and proper usage.
This film can be imaged with narrow width thermal transfer printing systems. Refer to the
equipment manufacturer's literature for details.
B. Screen Printing
Refer to the ink's Product and Instruction Bulletins.
C. Cutting
Based on cutting and weeding evaluations that used Helvetica medium upper case, the
recommended minimum cutting height for text is 0.375 inch (0.95 cm). Because of the
differences in electronically-controlled cutting equipment and font characteristics, users
should determine their own cutting and weeding capability.
These factors can affect cutting quality and ability:
• Sharpness of the knife blade. Dull blades create a serrated look to the cut edge of the
film.
• Weight on the knife blade. The ideal weight slightly scores the liner. Too little weight
does not cut completely through the film and the adhesive. Excessive weight cuts the
liner. It also causes the blade to drag, accelerating wear and eventually creating a ser­
rated cut edge on the film.
• Temperature and relative humidity are minor considerations, but avoid extreme or rap­
idly fluctuating conditions.
• Store the film in the same environment as the cutting equipment.
• Consider the stroke width of characters, style of serifs or extensions, and small details
of scanned or digitized artwork.
• The minimum recommended stroke width is 0.040 inch (1.0 mm) when film is exposed
to cleaning or other physical stress.
D. Weeding
The excess film should be weeded (removed) as soon after cutting as practical. This is to
minimize the effect of possible adhesive flow 24 or more hours after cutting.
E. Application Tapes
The application tape to use depends on the type of graphic produced. See Instruction
Bulletin 4.3 for more details.
(1) When to Use
Premasking Tape
• As an application aid to increase stiffness, and prevent stretching and damage during
application.
• When little or no liner is exposed.
(2) When to Use
Prespacing Tape
• Hold cut and weeded letters or graphics in registration after removing the film liner.
• Protect cut graphic parts from scratching or damage during application.
• Use when large amounts of liner are exposed.
Product Bulletin 7125 - 6
(3) How to Select a Tape
Determine whether you want to premask the graphic or prespace cut pieces of film such as
letters. Then locate the graphic protection used on your graphic in the table below, and use
the corresponding tape. See Instruction Bulletin 4.3 for complete details.
EXAMPLE: To premask a film that includes clear 1920DR, use premasking tape SCPM-3.
Graphic Protection
Refer to the Warranty tables to determine whether the
Graphic Protection option listed is approved for the ink
series you are using with these films.
1920DR
1930
9720UV
9730UV
9720i
9800CL
Ink 9800,
no clear
Unprinted
film
Premasking SCPM-3 with
HVA use for prespacing
Prespacing SCPS-2
Prespacing SCPS-53X
Premasking SCPM-3
Premasking SCPM-44X
9. Shelf Life, Storage and Shipping
A. Shelf Life
Total shelf life: 3 years from the date of manufacture on the original box. Up to 3 years
unprocessed, OR process within 2 years and then apply within 1 year of processing.
B. Storage Conditions
•
•
•
•
•
C. Shipping Finished Graphics
Flat, or rolled printed side out on 5 inch (13 cm) or larger core. This helps prevent the liner
and, if used, the application tape from popping off.
40° to 100°F (4° to 38°C)
Out of sunlight
Clean dry area
Original container
Bring the film to print room temperature before using
10. Health and Safety
CAUTION
When handling any chemical products, read the manufacturers' container labels and the
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for important health, safety and environmental inform­
ation. To obtain MSDS sheets for 3M products go to 3M.com/MSDS, or by mail or in case of
an emergency, call 1-800-364-3577 or 1-651-737-6501.
When using any equipment, always follow the manufacturers' instructions for safe
operation.
Product Bulletin 7125 - 7
11. 3M Related Literature
Before starting any job, be sure you have the most current Product and Instruction
Bulletins.
The information in 3M Product and Instruction Bulletins is subject to change. Current
Bulletins are available at 3Mgraphics.com. The following applicable Bulletins provide
information and processes you need to properly make the graphics described in this
Bulletin. Additional Bulletins may be needed as indicated in the 3M Related Literature
section of other 3M components you use.
Bulletin types: PB = Product Bulletin; PB-IB = Product & Instruction Bulletin; IB = Instruction Bulletin
Subject
Type
Bulletin No.
3M™ Scotchcal™ Translucent Graphic Film Series 3630
PB
3630
3M™ Panaflex™ Awning and Sign Facing 945GPS
PB
945
3M™ Screen Printing Ink Series 1900 and Overprint Clear VI0402
Screen printing with ink series 1900 - line color
- 4-color
PB
IB
IB
1900
3.12
3.11
3M™ Screen Printing UV Ink Series 9800
• Screen printing with UV ink series 9800
PB
IB
IB
9800
3.20
3.21
3M™ Screen Print UV Gloss Clears 9720i, 9720UV, 9730UV
PB-IB
Clears 9720
Design of graphics
IB
2.1
Using 3M application tapes; premasking and prespacing for films
IB
4.3
Application, substrate selection, preparation and substrate-specific application
techniques
IB
5.1
Application, general procedures for indoor and outdoor dry applications
IB
5.5
Application, wet method for translucent screen printed, thermal mass transfer
and cut graphics
IB
5.7
Storage, handling, maintenance, removal
IB
6.5
3M Graphics Center Warranty Brochure
go to www.3Mgraphics.com
- line color
- 4-color
3M, ElectroCut, MCS, Panaflex and Scotchcal are trademarks of 3M Company.
12. Bulletin Change Summary
Commercial Graphics Division
3M Center, Building 220-12E-04
PO Box 33220
St. Paul, MN 55144-3220 USA
General Info. 1-800-374-6772
Technical Info. 1-800-328-3908
Fax 1-651-736-4233
www.3Mgraphics.com
Total shelf life has increased from 2 years to 3 years. Films 7125-10 and 7125-20 are
transitioning to a blue liner; existing stock cannot be exchanged for blue liner. Changed
minimum application temperature from 40 to 50F.
3M Canada
3M México, S.A. de C.V
3M Puerto Rico, Inc.
P.O. Box 5757
London, Ontario
Canada N6A 4T1
1-800-265-1840
Fax 519-452-6245
Av. Santa Fe No. 55
Col. Santa Fe, Del. Alvaro Obregón
México, D.F. 01210
52-55-52-70-04-00
Fax 52-55-52-70-22-77
Puerto Rico Industrial Park
350 Chardon Avenue, Suite 1100
San Juan PR 00918
787-620-3000
Fax 787-620-3018
3M 2010. All rights reserved.
Product Bulletin 7125 - 8
Purekor Fire Retardant Plywood
Description
Purekor Fire Retardant Plywood is an industrial
grade Fir plywood panel that contains no added Urea
Formaldehyde and is FSC Certified. This panel is
also Class A fire retardant.
LEED Credits
MR 5.1 + 5.2 (location dependent)
MR 7.0
EQ 4.4
Uses
Purekor Fire Retardant Plywood is manufactured for use
in roof, flooring or wall sheathing applications where the
building code requires Class A fire retardant plywood
Features/Customer Benefits
Multiple LEED Credits:
Contributes to multiple LEED Credits simultaneously
FSC Certified:
Contains 100% FSC Mixed Credit
Available in the following grades:
CD, CC, CC P+TS, AC and Struc-1
Complete selection of thicknesses:
Available in 3/8”, 15/32”, 19/32”, 23/32”, 31/32”and 1 1/8”
Class A Fire Retardant:
Pressure Fire Treated to meet Class A requirements
Service
McKillican can provide you with all your green forest
product needs. Our product experts are available
to answer any questions you may have regarding
this product or any other, as well as LEED®
requirements.
Specification
Purekor Fire Retardant Plywood is made with no added
ure formaldehyde. This product is FSC Certified under
Panel Source Chain of Custody number SCS-COC-001034
Purekor Fire Retardant Plywood is produced under
Performance Standard PS-1 and is certified by the
American Plywood Association. This panel is also Class
A fire retardant. The panel is available as CC, CD, CC
P+TS, AC and Struc-1. This product is certified to be
in conformance with the standards established by the
American Wood Preservers Association. (AWPA)
Sizes/Thicknesses
Thicknesses
3/8” 15/32”, 19/32”, 23/32”,
31/32”,1 1/8”
Finished Mat Size
48”X96”
Thickness Tolerance
+/- .005”
Length/Width Tolerance +/- 1/32” per lineal foot
Physical Properties
Modulus of Rupture
Modulus of Elasticity
Hardness
Screw Hold (face)
Density
4757 psi
561,000 psi
500 lbs
371 lbs
34lbs / cu ft
(32.8 N/mm2)
(3998 N/mm2)
(2222 N)
(1645 N)
(540kg/M3)
Panel Source – A Division of McKillican International, Inc.
www.mckillican.com
www.panelsource.net
Green Building Information Center: 1-877-464-7246
Purekor FSC Certified MDF
Description
Purekor FSC Certified MDF is a premium grade MDF
panel that uses 100% FSC Certified fiber that is also
100% pre-consumer recycled.
LEED Credits
MR 4.1 + 4.2
MR 7.0
Uses
Purekor FSC MDF can be used in multiple interior
applications, ranging from paneling, cabinetry, store
fixtures and displays, case backs, veneered cores,
hardwood plywood cores, molding and millwork, trim,
doors, and office and household furniture.
Features/Customer Benefits
Multiple LEED Credits:
Contributes to multiple LEED Credits simultaneously
FSC Certified Content:
Contains 100% FSC Certified Fiber
Moisture Resistant:
Can be used in any interior location
Superior bonding:
Bonds well with all common glues
Superior physical properties:
Allows for great machinability and cutting
Resists warping:
Provides superior dimensional stability
Broad selection of thicknesses:
Available from 2.3mm to 1”
Melamine Laminates:
Available in a variety of melamine laminates
Class A Fire Retardant:
Also available as a Class A Fire Retardant Panel
See Pyroblock FSC MDF
This product is also available as a Platinum Grade HDF
(High Density) Thin Panel
Specifications
Most thicknesses are available in all panel sizes. Purekor
FSC Certified MDF is produced in accordance with the
requirements of ANSI A208.2-2002 as per ASTM E 103796a Part A. This panel contains 100% FSC Certified
content under Panel Source
Chain of Custody number SCS-COC-001034. Purekor and
Pyroblock are registered trademarks of Panel Source.
Sizes/Thicknesses
Thicknesses
2.3mm, 3.2mm, 6.0mm, 1/2”,
5/8”, 11/16”, 3/4”, 1”
Finished Mat Size
49”X97”, 49”X121”, 61”X97”
Thickness Tolerance
+/- .005” average thickness
Length/Width Tolerance +/- 0.005””
Physical Properties
Modulus of Rupture
Modulus of Elasticity
Internal Bond
Screw Hold (face)
Density
Color
4500 psi
455,000 psi
120 psi
335 lbs
48bs / cu ft
Light tan
(32.1 N/mm2)
(3245 N/mm2)
(0.85 N/mm2)
(1490 N)
(770kg/M3)
Service
McKillican can provide you with all your green forest
product needs. Our product experts are available to
answer any questions you may have regarding this
product or any other, as well as LEED® requirements.
Panel Source – A Division of McKillican International, Inc.
www.mckillican.com
www.panelsource.net
Green Building Information Center: 1-877-464-7246
SDF
sus tainable design f iber board
Features & Benefits
• Awarded CARB NAF Exemption due to
formaldehyde-free adhesive system. Meets
CARB ATCM 93120 Phase 2 emission
requirements.
• Class 1 cer tified MDF with performance
characteristics comparable to standard MDF
• Meets physical proper ties of ANSI A208.22009, Grade 130
• New York City MEA Approved
• Core is dyed red for easy identification of fire
retardant panel
• FSC® cer tified panels available upon request
Mill Capabilities
Panels available in the following dimensions:
• 4’ and 5’ widths, lengths up to 18’
• 1/4” - 1-1/4” thicknesses
• Minimum order may be required for some
sizes
Handling & Installation
• Store indoors on a flat, level surface with
adequate suppor t to prevent sagging.
• For best results, Medite® FR should be
conditioned to the final environment 48-72
hours prior to installation.
• Refer to Architectural Woodwork Standards
(AWS) for fabrication and installation
procedures.
Limitations
Medite® FR is not suitable for external or structural
applications.
How to Specify
Industrial Grade Medium Density Fiberboard
(MDF), manufactured with a formaldehyde-free
adhesive system and cer tified as a Class 1 Flame
Retardant panel in accordance with ASTM E84-09
and CAN/ULC-S102M to a Flame Spread of 25 or
less and Smoke Developed of 50 or less.
Painting/Laminating
When choosing a coating or laminate system,
confirm compatibility of the paint, laminate or
adhesive with the respective manufacturer and
ensure the Class 1 flame spread classification of the
Medite® FR panel will not be adversely affected.
Ideal Applications
LEED Projects, Schools, Libraries,
Theatres, Offices & Museums
Hospitals,
SierraPine warrants that its products will meet the specifications applicable
to such products in effect at the time of shipment as disclosed to customer
and available on SierraPine’s website at www.sierrapine.com under Terms
& Conditions. Any claim for breach of such warranty must be received by
SierraPine within 90 days after delivery of products to customer. SierraPine
makes no other warranty or guarantee, either express or implied, including
implied warranties of merchantability and of fitness for a par ticular purpose
to the original purchaser or to any subsequent user of the products, except as
expressly contained in our Terms & Conditions. In the event state or provincial
law precludes exclusion or limitation of implied warranties, the duration of
any such warranties shall be no longer than, and the time and manner of
presenting any claim hereon shall be the same as, that provided in the express
warranty stated therein.
Medite® FR is a sustainable Class 1 flame retardant medium density fiberboard (MDF)
panel manufactured from pre-consumer recycled wood, meeting the most stringent
formaldehyde emission standards in the world. SierraPine’s patented manufacturing
process utilizes a formaldehyde-free adhesive system to produce Medite® FR.
During processing an additive is blended with the fibers to provide flame-retardant
proper ties throughout the board. Unlike surface flame retardant coatings, the
flame retardant proper ties of Medite® FR aren’t compromised when the panel is
machined or sanded. Medite® FR is the ideal product for interior applications that
require a cer tified Class 1 product and where cer tain indoor air quality requirements
are specified.
Technical Data
Imperial
Metric
Density
Internal Bond
Modulus of Rupture
Modulus of Elasticity
Modulus of Hardness
Screw Holding, Face
Screw Holding, Edge
Thickness Tolerance
Thickness Swell
Linear Expansion
Water Absorption
Flame Spread Rating
Moisture Content
Formaldehyde Emissions
48 lb/ft3
130 lb/in2
3,130 lb/in2
380,000 lb/in2
750 lbs, Janka ball
250 lbs
200 lbs
+ 0.005 inches
3%
0.30%
14%
Class 1 (A)
6 - 8%
as low as 0.01 ppm
769 kg/m3
.90 N/mm2
22 N/mm2
2,618 N/mm2
340 kg
1,112 N
890 N
+0.127 mm
Average physical proper ties for 3/4” panel when tested in accordance with ASTM D1037. Specific design applications and technical data
are available upon request. Emissions tested in accordance with ASTM E-1333.
Cert no. XXX-XXX-000
®
www.fsc.org
FSC C014647
®
FSC© C014647
The mark of sustainable
forest management
LEED® 2009 Credits Supported
Materials & Resources: 4, 5, 7
Indoor Environmental Quality: 4.4
SCS Certified
Pre-Consumer Recycled Wood Fiber
No-Added Formaldehyde
EPP Certified
Specification CPA EPPS 3-08
CARB Third Par ty Cer tifier TPC-1
CHPS Compliant
Meets Materials Specifications for
VOC emissions section 01350
8 0 0 - 676 - 3339
3010 Lava Ridge Ct., Suite 220, Roseville, CA 95661
www.sierrapine.com
© 2010 SierraPine 7/10
Wilsonart Laminate Basic Types (#107, #335, #350)
Technical Data
Manufacturer
Wilsonart International, Inc.
2400 Wilson Place
P.O. Box 6110
Temple, Texas 76503-6110
Phone: (254) 207-7000; (800) 433-3222
Fax: (254) 207-2384
Web Site: www.wilsonartlaminate.com
Product Description
Recommended Uses
Wilsonart Laminate is suitable for use on fine quality residential and contract furniture, fixtures and
casework, and also for architectural application on columns, wainscoting, valances, cornices, interior
doors and divider systems.

General Purpose (HGS) Type 107 is most frequently used for work surfaces on counters,
islands, vanities, desks and tables. Typical vertical uses include surfacing for wall panels, teller
cages and the front panels of workstations, such as those in hospitals, airports and restaurants.
Type 107 is produced for both horizontal and vertical interior applications where the surface must
be functional, durable and decorative.

Vertical Surface (VGP) Type 335 is the usual choice to surface cabinet walls, doors and drawer
panels. It often appears on the vertical surfaces of desks, restaurants booths and maitre d’
stations, and as architectural cladding. Type 335 is intended for vertical applications where a
functional, durable, decorative surface must absorb somewhat less impact than a comparable
horizontal surface. VGP surfaces may be postformed to achieve radiused edges.

Postforming (HGP) Type 350 adds the decorative capability of a soft edge to any typical laminate
use. Common applications of postforming laminates are formed edges for counters, desktops,
cabinet doors and drawer panels. Type 350 is intended for use on vertical and horizontal interior
surfaces where it is necessary or desirable to roll the laminate on a simple radius over the edge of
the substrate. This eliminates seams and leaves an attractive surface.
Product Composition
Decorative surface papers impregnated with melamine resins are pressed over kraft paper core
sheets impregnated with phenolic resin. These sheets are then bonded at pressures greater than
1000 pounds per square inch at temperatures approaching 300F (149C). Finished sheets are
trimmed, and the backs are sanded to facilitate bonding.
Basic Limitations
Wilsonart Laminate is for interior use only and is not recommended for direct application to plaster,
concrete walls, or gypsum wallboard. It is not structural material and must be bonded to a suitable
substrate.
Do not subject Wilsonart Laminate to extremes in humidity, temperatures higher than 275F (135C)
for substantial periods of time, or intense, continuous, direct sunlight.
Patterns & Colors
Available in the full range of Wilsonart solid colors, stones, marbles, woodgrains, leathers and
patterns. Please see actual sample before specifying.
1
Finishes – You can confirm finish availability on individual designs by clicking on Pattern
Availability
 #01 High Gloss - Premium
A mirror sheen finish, which gives a smooth, brilliant appearance. All Wilsonart Laminate with
#01-High Gloss finish also features AEON™ technology and can be used for horizontal
applications such as countertops and light-to-medium commercial applications. Excellent for
vertical application. #01-High Gloss finish carries a premium upcharge. Glossometer reading:
MD and CD 110 ± 10.
 #07 Textured Gloss - Premium
A textured finish which reproduces the high sheen of waxed wood furniture. Recommended
for horizontal and vertical application. #07 finish features AEON technology and carries a
premium upcharge. Glossometer reading: MD and CD 42 ± 4.
 #12 Soft Grain - Premium
A dense, wood grain structure that is low gloss and soft to the touch. Subtle highlights of reflectivity
Randomly occur within the embossed grains, creating a sophisticated raw wood look.
Glossometer reading: MD and CD 6 ± 1.
 #18 Linearity - Premium
A directional texture running the length of the sheet, having a narrow, random, matte-gloss
linear quality. It is complementary to linear wood-grains, and linear patterns (such as the
“Satin” series), and provides dimension and visual movement to solid colors. #18 finish
features AEON technology and carries a premium upcharge. Recommended for horizontal
and vertical application. Glossometer reading: MD and CD 18 ± 4
 #38 Fine Velvet Texture
A smooth textured finish with moderate reflective value. Recommended for horizontal and
vertical application. Glossometer reading: MD and CD 14  2
 #52 Quarry - Premium
Premium finish emulating the “pitted” look of polished natural stone. Recommended for
horizontal and vertical application. #52 features AEON technology and carries a premium
upcharge. Glossometer reading: MD 55  5.
 #60 Matte
Textured finish with a moderate reflective quality. Recommended for horizontal and vertical
application. Glossometer reading: MD and CD 10  2.
 #78 FineGrain - Premium
The FineGrain premium finish features the polish and luxe of a real wood veneer, with a
subtle, narrow grain structure that runs the length of the sheet. Recommended for horizontal
and vertical application. #78 finish features AEON technology and carries a premium.
Glossometer reading: MD and CD 38  3.
NOTE: Glossometer readings are made at a 60 angle of incidence. MD refers to the machine
direction of a laminate sheet, and CD refers to the cross direction.
Finish Availability: Not all finishes are available in all patterns/colors. Some finish options have limited
size availability. Please check with your Wilsonart representative or consult the pattern availability
lookup on our website (www.wilsonart.com/design/patternavail) to verify size availability by finish type.
Standard Sheet Widths
36”
914mm
48”
1219mm
2
60”
1524mm
Standard Sheet Lengths
96”
2438mm
120”
3048mm
144”
3658mm
NOTE: Not all sizes are available from stock; contact your Wilsonart representative for details on local
availability. Minimums apply to non-standard designs and finishes in sizes other than 48”x96” and
60”x144”. Please check with your Wilsonart representative.
Thickness and Weight
Description
107
Thickness
0.048” ± 0.005”
(1.22mm ± 0.13mm)
Weight per square
foot
0.322#
335
0.028” + 0.001 - 0.004”
(0.7mm + 0.03 - 0.10mm)
350
0.039” ± 0.005”
(0.99mm ± 0.13mm)
0.186#
0.260#
Technical Data
Physical Properties of General Purpose Laminates
NEMA Test
Thickness
Appearance
Light Resistance
Cleanability (cycles)
Stain Resistance
Reagents 1-10
Reagents 11-15
Boiling Water Resistance
High Temperature Resistance
Impact Resistance
Radiant Heat Resistance
Dimensional Stability
Machine Direction
Cross Direction
Surface Wear Resistance
(cycles)
Formability
Blistering
Typical Wilsonart
Type 107
0.048”  0.005”
(1.22mm  0.13mm)
No ABC def.
Slight effect
10
NEMA Standard
HGS
0.048”  0.005”
(1.2mm  0.13mm)
No ABC def.
Slight effect
20 (max.)
No effect
Slight effect
No effect
Slight effect
65” (1651mm)
160 seconds
No effect
Moderate effect
No effect
Slight effect
50” (1270mm)
125 sec. (min.)
0.3%
0.7%
Meets or Exceeds 400
0.5%
0.9%
400 (min.)
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Physical Properties of Vertical Surface Laminates
NEMA Test
Thickness
Appearance
Light Resistance
Cleanability (cycles)
Stain Resistance
Reagents 1-10
Typical Wilsonart
Type 335
0.028” + 0.001 - 0.004”
(0.7mm + 0.03 - 0.10mm)
No ABC def.
Slight effect
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NEMA Standard
VGS
0.028”  0.004”
(0.7mm  0.10mm)
No ABC def.
Slight effect
20 (max.)
NEMA Standard
VGP
0.028”  0.004”
(0.7mm  0.10mm)
No ABC def.
Slight effect
20 (max.)
No effect
No effect
No effect
3
Reagents 11-15
Boiling Water Resistance
High Temperature
Resistance
Impact Resistance
Radiant Heat Resistance
Dimensional Stability
Machine Direction
Cross Direction
Surface Wear Resistance
(cycles)
Formability
Blistering
Slight effect
No effect
Slight effect
Moderate effect
No effect
Slight effect
Moderate effect
Slight effect
Slight effect
40” (1016mm)
120 seconds
20” (508mm)
80 sec. (min.)
20” (508mm)
80 sec. (min.)
0.5%
0.8%
Meets or Exceeds 400
0.7% (max.)
1.2% (max.)
400 (min.)
1.1% (max.)
1.4% (max.)
400 (min.)
7/16” radius (11mm)
45 seconds
Not applicable
Not applicable
1/2” radius (13mm)
40 seconds
*Radius for face is actually the radius of the form around which the laminate is postformed. The radius
for back is actually the radius to which the decorative face is postformed.
Physical Properties of Postforming Laminate
NEMA Test
Typical Wilsonart
Type 350
Thickness
0.039”  0.005”
(0.99mm  0.13mm)
No ABC def.
Appearance
Slight effect
Light Resistance
10
Cleanability (cycles)
Stain Resistance
No effect
Reagents 1-10
Slight effect
Reagents 11-15
No effect
Boiling Water Resistance
High Temperature Resistance Slight effect
55” (1397mm)
Impact Resistance
140 seconds
Radiant Heat Resistance
Dimensional Stability
0.5%
Machine Direction
0.8%
Cross Direction
Meets or Exceeds 400
Surface Wear Resistance
(cycles)
*9/16” face (14.28mm)
Formability*
*3/16” back (4.76mm)
70 seconds
Blistering
NEMA Standard
HGP
0.039”  0.005”
(1mm  0.12mm)
No ABC def.
Slight effect
20 (max.)
No effect
Moderate effect
Slight effect
Slight effect
30” (762mm) (min.)
100 sec. (min.)
1.1% (max.)
1.4% (max.)
400 (min.)
*5/8” face (16.00mm)
55 seconds
*Radius for face is actually the radius of the form around which the laminate is postformed. The radius
for back is actually the radius to which the decorative face is postformed.
Typical Fire Test Data
High-pressure laminates are subject to Flame Spread and Smoke Developed standards in structures
where codes establish such conditions.
Test data to determine compliance with these codes are obtained by the Steiner Tunnel Test method
of the American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM-E-84, Standard Test Method for Surface Burning
Characteristics of Building Materials). Tests were conducted in accordance with test method and
mounting procedure as described in paragraph X1.7.2 of the test method. This procedure is cataloged
by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. as UL 723.
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Here is typical data for Wilsonart laminates, averaged from two specific tests:
Typical Flame Spread and Smoke Developed Properties
Product Type
Test Condition
Flame Spread
General Purpose
Unbonded
50
Type 107
Vertical Surface
Unbonded
45
Type 335
Postforming
Unbonded
60
Type 350
General Purpose
Bonded with contact
40
Type 107
adhesive to
particleboard
substrate; 3/8”
Vertical Surface
Bonded with contact
40
Type 335
adhesive to
particleboard
substrate;
3/8”
Product Type
Test Condition
Flame Spread
Postforming
Bonded with contact
50
Type 350
adhesive to
particleboard
substrate;
3/8”
Smoke Developed
45
40
35
100
155
Smoke Developed
140
When you wish to specify decorative laminate for a Class I or A fire rating, please refer to the FireRated Laminate Tech Data.
Model Code Designations used to determine flame spread classification
Flame Spread
International
Life Safety
Classification
(IBC)
(NFPA 101)
(Max. Rating)
25
A
A
75
B
B
200
C
C
(RE: Architectural Woodwork Quality Standard, 8th Edition, Version 1.0, - 2003)
All Model Codes regulate the generation of smoke by interior finish material. In all cases they specify
a maximum smoke development rating of 450.
Codes and Certifications
General Standards
Wilsonart laminates conform to the voluntary standards of the American National Standards
Institute/National Electrical Manufacturers Association (ANSI/NEMA) LD3-2005, for thickness,
performance properties and appearance. Various grades of Wilsonart laminates meet or exceed the
International Standards Organization specifications as found in ISO 4586, titled “High-Pressure
Decorative Laminate (HPDL) – Sheets Based on Thermosetting Resins – Part I: specifications.”
The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute™ has awarded its GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality
Certification to Wilsonart Laminate. All Wilsonart Laminate product types were tested under the
stringent GREENGUARD Standards for low-emitting products. All GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality
®
Certified products ensure minimal impact on the indoor environment. For a copy of the certificate,
visit www.greenguard.org.
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Specific Product Standards
U.S. Federal Specification L-P 508H, April 9, 1977, “Plastic Sheets, Laminated, Decorative and
Nondecorative.” Spells out criteria for decorative laminates for federal installations. Wilsonart 107,
335 and 350 laminates comply.
NSF International (NSF) #35, “Laminated Plastic for Surfacing for Food Service Equipment.” All solid
colors and printed patterns in Basic Types 107, 335 and 350, comply.
U.S. Federal Register, August 9, 1984, Housing and Urban Development Mobile Home Construction
and Safety Standard, (24CFR) 3280.203. General Purpose Type 107 and Vertical Surface Type 335
comply.
U.S. Federal Test Method, Federal Aviation Regulation, DOT, Part 25.853, Airworthiness Standards:
Transport Category Airplane (Interior Finish). Vertical Surface Type 335 and Postforming Type 350
comply with parts a and c.
U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 302, “Flammability of Interior Materials.” Basic
Types 107, 335 and 350 comply.
U.S. Military Standard MIL-P-17171E (SHIPS)/Plastic Laminate. General Purpose Type 107 complies.
Installation: Fabrication and Assembly Recommendations
Fabrication should follow approved methods. Assembled pieces should meet the specifications of
KCMA (Kitchen Cabinetmakers Manufacturers Association), ANSI A-161.2-1998 (revised), and
“Architectural Woodwork Quality Standards, Guide Specifications and Quality Certification Program”
guidelines of the Architectural Woodwork Institute where applicable.
Wilsonart laminates must be bonded to a substrate of reliable quality, such as particleboard, medium
density fiberboard or plywood with one A face. High-pressure laminate, plaster, concrete and gypsum
board should not be considered suitable substrates. Basic Types laminate may not be used as
structural members.
Bond with adhesives and follow the techniques recommended by the adhesive manufacturer.
Recommended adhesives are permanent types, such as urea and polyvinyl acetate (PVA), and
contact types. Wilsonart adhesives are recommended for most bonding conditions.
To avoid stress cracking, do not use square-cut inside corners. All inside corners should have a
minimum of 1/8” (3.175mm) radius and all edges should be routed smooth.
Drill oversized holes for screws or bolts. Screws or bolts should be slightly countersunk into the face
side of a laminate-clad substrate.
Take care to ensure an appropriate acclimation between the laminate and the substrate prior to
fabrication. The face and backing laminates and the substrate should be conditioned in the same
environment for 48 hours before fabrication.
Recommended conditioning temperature is about 75F (24C). Laminates should be conditioned at
45% to 55% relative humidity.
With postforming machinery, Wilsonart 335 and 350 will postform at a nominal sheet temperature
range of 325F to 338F (163C to 170C) in 20  5 seconds.
Carbide-tipped saw and router blades should be used for cutting. High tool speed and low feed speed
are advisable. Cutting blades should be kept sharp. Use a hold-down to prevent any vibration.
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Warranty
Wilsonart International, Inc. (“Wilsonart”) warrants to the original consumer purchaser for one (1)
year after date of purchase (“Warranty Period”) that, under normal use and service, Wilsonart®
Laminate Sheets are free from manufacturing defects and conform to published specifications. This
warranty applies only to a Wilsonart Laminate Sheet which has been installed in an interior application
and remains installed at that location (“Warranted Product”) and is extended only to, and may be
enforced only by, the original consumer purchaser. THIS WARRANTY IS NOT TRANSFERABLE.
This warranty is expressly conditioned upon submission of proof of date of purchase.
WHAT IS EXCLUDED:
This warranty shall not apply to damage arising from any of the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Accidents, abuse or misuse;
Exposure to extreme temperature;
Improper fabrication or installation; or
Improper maintenance or repair.
WHAT WILSONART WILL DO IF YOUR CLAIM IS COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY
Wilsonart will provide, at no cost and with delivery prepaid, a Wilsonart® Laminate Sheet to replace the
Warranted Product. Wilsonart will not pay for removal of the Warranted Product or for fabrication or
installation of the replacement laminate or any other costs. No replacement under the warranty shall
extend the Warranty Period.
Any replacement is limited to colors and styles of Wilsonart® Laminate Sheets available at the time
of replacement. Exact color matches may not be possible. If the original color or style is no longer
available, Wilsonart has the right to substitute another Wilsonart Laminate Sheet of equal or greater
value than the Warranted Product.
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO
To make a claim under this warranty, you must contact the Wilsonart Warranty Center at the
address listed below before the end of the Warranty Period. You must provide proof of date of
purchase, photographs of the Warranted Product and access for inspection for warranty
determination by a Wilsonart representative, and thereafter Wilsonart will provide you a
determination on your claim.
Wilsonart Warranty
Center
2400 Wilson Place
Temple, Texas 76504
877-537-0533... Toll Free
THE FOREGOING SHALL CONSTITUTE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE PURCHASER AND
THE EXCLUSIVE LIABILITY OF WILSONART.
THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS
WARRANTIES WHETHER ORAL OR WRITTEN. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHICH MAY
ARISE BY OPERATION OF LAW, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN
DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF THE WRITTEN WARRANTY SET FORTH HEREIN.
WILSONART SHALL NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES OR UNDER ANY LEGAL
THEORY, BE LIABLE TO THE PURCHASER O R ANY OTHER PERSO N FOR SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION DAMAGES TO, OR LOSS OF USE OF, PROPERTY, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF
PROFITS OR REVENUES OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE PURCHASE.
WILSONART'S LIABILITY WILL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
WILSONART® PRODUCT.
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Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations and exclusions may not
apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
No agent, dealer, employee or representative of Wilsonart nor any installer, fabricator or other
person is authorized to modify the warranty in any respect.
The invalidity of all or a part of any of the provisions of the Limited Warranty shall not affect or
invalidate any other provision of the Limited Warranty.
For further assistance or questions, contact Wilsonart at the address or telephone number listed above
or at www.wilsonart.com.
Maintenance*
The decorative surface may be cleaned with warm water and mild soaps, such as those used for
hands or dishes. Do not use cleansers that contain abrasives, acids or alkalis; they will damage the
decorative surface. Remove stubborn stains with a 2-minute exposure to hypochlorite bleach such as
Clorox, followed by a clean water rinse.
We recommend that you not allow any of the following agents to remain in contact with the decorative
surface:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Hypochlorite bleach, except as described above
Hydrogen peroxide solution
Mineral acids, hydrochloric acid such as Lime-A-Way, sulfuric or nitric acid
Caustic solutions containing greater than 2% lye, such as Drano
Sodium bisulfate, such as Sani-Flush
Potassium permanganate
Berry juices
Silver nitrate, in 1% concentration or greater
Gentian violet
Mild silver protein, such as 20% argyrol
Bluing
Fabric dye, such as Tintex or Rit
Alcohol containing 1% iodine in solution
If you require a decorative laminate that can withstand these and other chemicals, please refer
to the Tech Data for Wilsonart Chemsurf Chemical-Resistant Laminates.
Free copies of the “Care and Maintenance Guide,” which covers all Wilsonart products, are available.
The guide can be accessed at http://www.wilsonartlaminate.com or by calling our hotline at 800-4333222. It can be used for your own information, for project manuals, and for provision to clients and
contractors involved with interior construction and finishing.
*Not applicable for Phenolic Laminate Backing Sheet.
Technical Services
For samples, literature, questions or technical assistance, please contact our toll-free Hotline at (800)
433-3222, Monday through Friday, 7 am – 7 pm, CST.
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Specification Form:
Surface shall be Wilsonart Laminate,
produced by Wilsonart International, Inc.,
Temple, Texas 76503-6110
Type: Specify 107, 335 or 350
Surface
Color Number: __________
Color Name:
__________
Finish
Number:
Name:
__________
__________
Edge Trim
Color Number: __________
Color Name:
__________
Adhesive
Name:
Grade/Type:
Brand:
__________
__________
Wilsonart Adhesive
Basic Types TD (TD2200)
Revised: June 1, 2012
© 1998-2012, Wilsonart International, Inc.
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Metal Moldings
Our complete line of Moldings MX™ are more durable and rugged than traditional vinyl and wood
products. Use for wall protection and appearance. All Moldings feature heavy duty all metal construction Pre-formed inside and outside corners eliminate miter cuts making installation easy.
Available in 4 ft , 8 ft and 10 ft lengths as well as custom sizes. Check out all of the stunning metals
and anodized colors. Use for factories, offices, restaurants, commercial spaces, and more. Looks
great, works even better™.
Advantages
Metal Options for All Moldings
All Metal Construction
Heavy Duty Protection
» Steel (Galvanized)
» Steel (Colors)
» Aluminum (Brushed)
» Aluminum (Colors)
More Durable and Rugged
than traditional plastic protectors
Pre-Formed Corners
Pre-Formed Inside Corners and Outside Corners available eliminating complex
miter cutting.
Easy to Cut
cuts and drills like traditional trim. Use cutting blade designed for sheet metal.
» Aluminum Diamond Plate
Easy to Clean
just wipe off
Chemical Resistant
resistant to oil, grease, petroleum products and most household chemicals
0.045”
(17GA)
For Commercial and Residential Use
factories, workshops, retail spaces, restaurants, architectural spaces, and more
Wing Sizes
1-1/8”
2”
0.063”
(14GA)
0.125”
(8GA)
0.030”
(22GA)
0.063”
(16GA)
0.125”
(11GA)
Heights
4”
3”
» Aluminum Diamond Plate (Anodized Colors)
» Stainless Steel (Brushed)
Use for Protection and Appearance
protects walls and looks great
Custom Size
2”
Heights
4”
4.75”
6”
Custom Size
2”
4”
6”
Custom Size
Lengths
Lengths
Lengths
48”
48”
48”
96”
96”
96”
120”
120”
120”
Edge Styles
Kick Options
Backing Options
Plain Back (use construction adhesive to install)
Peel & Stick Adhesive
Straight
Eased
Backing Options
Plain Back (use construction adhesive to install)
Peel & Stick Adhesive
For more information, contact:
Anil Gupta
Brand Manager
T. 1-888-98-DGEAR x104
F. 412.793.1055
E. anil@diamondlifegear.com
Store. diamondlifegear.com
Yes
No
Backing Options
Plain Back (use construction adhesive to install)
Peel & Stick Adhesive
C E R T I F I E D
ISO 9001
Quality Management System
diamondLife
234 Lott Road · Pittsburgh, PA 15235 · USA
Instructions
Contents
“A”
2”
A
high-flow bonding adhesive
4-3/4”
6”
1/4”
Installation Instructions
Mounting Option 1: use construction adhesive to mount plain back moldings
1.
For best adhesion, wall should be clean and free of oil, moisture and dust and should be
approximately 60 degrees Fahrenheit. A hair dryer may be used to warm up wall surface if
needed.
2.
We recommend using Liquid Nails® Polyurethane formulation or Loctite® Premium Fast
Grab PLAX Strong to mount metal moldings onto drywall
3.
Apply an appx 1/4” diameter bead of construction adhesive on the back side of the molding
in the “S” pattern shown below. Adhere to wall. Follow remaining instructions listed on the
construction adhesive you are using.
Mounting Option 2: use peel & stick adhesive to mount
1.
For best adhesion, wall should be clean and free of oil, moisture and dust and should be
approximately 60 degrees Fahrenheit. A hair dryer may be used to warm up wall surface if
needed.
2.
If your wall is painted and the paint is bonded well to the wall, you can apply Base Molding
MX™ directly onto the painted surface. There is a simple test you can do to find out if the
paint is well bonded to the wall. First, take a piece of aggressive sticky tape, such as duct
tape, and press the tape down firmly on the painted surface, keeping one end of the piece
of tape in your hand. Then, rip the tape up quickly. If the paint comes off with the tape, the
paint is not well bonded and your wall will need to be stripped before applying Base Molding
MX™. If the paint doesn’t lift off with the tape, the paint is well bonded to the wall and you
can begin applying Base Molding MX™ to the painted surface. Be sure to test several areas
of the wall to insure the entire surface is suitable for installation.
3.
Peel off paper liner and press Base Molding MX™ to the wall. Use firm and even pressure to
secure bond.
4.
Do not keep the adhesive exposed to the air for more than a minute as the adhesive will
begin to dry immediately and adhesion strength will decrease.
5.
For easiest positioning of product, make contact with one corner of the product first and
then let the entire product make contact.
6.
Once the entire product has made contact, immediately use a rolled up rag or towel and
apply good pressure over the entire product to adhere it. It is important to apply this pressure immediately otherwise any existing air gaps will immediately begin to dry the adhesive.
7.
For best cutting results on aluminum, use saw blades designed to cut 1/16” thick metal
(also known as “sheet metal”).
8.
For best cutting results on stainless steel, use a low speed saw and use a saw blade designed to cut 1/16” thick metal (also known as “sheet metal”).
9.
If walls are bowed, product may lift off wall after some time. Fasten product to the wall
using either:
> liquid adhesive: cyanoacrylate (“super glue” type) or an epoxy type
> small finishing nails: for best results, hammer finishing nails into wall at slight angles.
One finishing nail per corner is adequate. Pre-drilling holes are optional
11. CAUTION: Even though a freshly painted wall feels dry to the touch, it may not be fully
cured. Freshly painted walls can continue to evolve volatile oils (VOC) for weeks which will
reduce the adhesion bond strength significantly and cause the product to lift off wall after
some time. Consult your paint supplier to determine adequate cure time for the type of
paint used and room environment present. Depending on the brand of paint, 8 week cure
times are not uncommon. To re-attach product to wall, use a “super glue” type of adhesive
or finishing nails as described above.
Accessories
Base Molding MX™ Inside Corner
shown in Brushed Aluminum
available in other metals/colors
Base Molding MX™ Outside Corner
shown in Brushed Aluminum
available in other metals/colors
Base Molding MX™
P/N: HBMA.LL
Any questions or problems, please contact us:
Gupta Permold Corporation
Consumer Goods Division
diamondLife™ Brand
234 Lott Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
USA
Ph. 412.793.3511 x103
Fx. 412.793.1055
Email. help@diamondlifegear.com
Store. diamondlifegear.com
Find hundreds of more great
work space enhancement products
at www.diamondlifegear.com
Doing a common thing uncommonly well,
brings success.
Welcome to the diamondLife.™
Helpful Hint!
Remove protective plastic film
after installation
Helpful Hint!
It is essential with all adhesives that
the surface to be applied to must be
clean, dry and free of any contaminating influences such as grease and dirt.
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SECTION 09 77 00
GECKO™ WALL SYSTEM
DISTRIBUTED BY SPEC-RITE DESIGNS, LLC
(SOLID PHENOLIC WALL LINING SYSTEM)
PART 1 — GENERAL
1.1 RELATED DOCUMENTS
A. Gecko™ Wall System (GWS) system for mounting interior wall lining panels including;
extruded plastic and reclaimed architectural grade aluminum channels providing panel
mounting, accommodation of panel and building movement, alignment, and individual
demount-ability. Panels are intended to be solid phenolic or equivalent material.
B. Use: GWS is for building interiors that are climate-controlled, with a typical ambient
temperature between 60- 80 degrees Fahrenheit and stable relative humidity.
C. Drawings and general provisions of the contract, including general and supplementary
conditions and Division 1 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.
D. 1.01 Related sections:
1. Section 05500- Metal Fabrications; additional sub framing.
2. Section 06200- Finish Carpentry
3. Section 08400- Entrances and Storefronts
4. Section 09260- Gypsum Board Systems
1.2 SUMMARY
A. This Section includes the following: Installation hardware and system for vertical application
composite plastic and composite wood fiber interior wall panels and plastic and aluminum trim
product types:
1. Extruded aluminum framing (load bearing of specified wall panels and weights only).
2. Extruded Aluminum and extruded plastic moldings to accommodate movement and panel
alignment.
3. Rubber-isolated flexible moldings to transfer horizontal loads from panel face to sub wall
behind. .
4. Coated steel corrosion-resistant mechanical fasteners and spacing requirements.
B. Related Sections include the following:
1. Section 1.4 E. “potential LEED applicability”.
2. Division 6 Section “Plastic Wall Panels”.
1.3 DEFINITION
A. GECKO WALL SYSTEM™ is defined as architectural grade mounting system for ¼”– 3/8”
interior wall panels, comprised of minimum 70% reclaimed post-industrial aluminum alloy
content, high performance fastening systems and interlocking moldings, maintaining specified
ANSI/ NEMA/ ASTM performance standards and having specified physical, performance, and
environmental specifications.
B. Appearance: mill finish and clear finished aluminum moldings, monochrome plastic moldings,
translucent mounting tabs.
1. GECKO WALL SYSTEM™ pre-engineered weight-bearing mounting system for decorative
non-load-bearing commercial interior wall panels.
1.4 SUBMITTALS
A. Product data:
1. GECKO WALL SYSTEM™ moldings and fasteners.
a. Product Sell Sheet
Gecko Wall System™
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b. Product Installation Guide- IMPORTANT
c. Product Warranty
d. CSI Specification Editorial
e. Product Engineering Guide- IMPORTANT
f. Product MSDS
B. Installer instruction requirements:
1. Show location of each item, dimensioned plans and elevations, large-scale details,
attachment locations, seam locations, approved blocking and other components prior to
commencement of work.
a. Show locations and sizes of cutouts, and holes for fixtures, and other items
installed in decorative wall panels.
b. Show location of seams and panel moldings
c. Dress all openings as per approved drawings; including providing finished
edges on panels and/ or capping panels or corners with specified moldings, or
abutting specified architectural moldings.
C. Samples:
1. For each type of product specified.
a. Manufacturer will supply minimum 6-inch long sample in specified profile.
b. Cut sample and join together for representation of 6mm (1/4”) reveal joinery
system.
2. Approved samples will be retained by manufacturer as a standard for work.
D. Code Compliance:
1. Fabricator and installer shall ensure that drawings and documents showing compliance
with local, state, and federal building code compliance prior to acceptance of installed
services bid. All specified performance requirements to be agreed upon prior to receipt
of order.
E. Engineering calculations:
1. Fabricator shall submit engineering calculations as required by local and State building
codes, showing the installed panels and attachment systems meet all applicable project
requirements.
F. LEED submittals:
1. MR Credit 4.1 and 4.2 Recycled Materials.
a. GECKO WALL SYSTEM aluminum moldings contain minimum 70% preconsumer waste by weight.
b. Load bearing J-Channel molding maximum designed weight for panels is 30
Lbs. per lineal foot (3 Lbs./ SF by 10’ maximum wall height), example: Trespa®
3/8” thick panels are 2.7 Lbs. / SF.
2. MR Credit 5.1 and 5.2 Regional Materials:
a. Product origin: Livonia, Michigan; St. Louis, Missouri.
3. IEQ Credit 4.1 Low Emitting Materials: Adhesives and Sealants
a. GECKO WALL SYSTEM™ components are not known to contain any VOC
materials and have no intentionally added VOC content.
F. Product certificates:
1. Signed product compliance certificates available upon request with each purchase
order.
G. Fabricator/installer qualifications:
1. Gecko Wall System fabricates and installs with standard tools. Installation guide is
available to be sent directly to the installer with each order upon request.
Gecko Wall System™
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H. Other Product data:
1. Installation Guide available upon request.
2. MSDS available upon request.
3. Various recommended construction details available upon request.
4. See Suggested Architectural Specification at the end of this document.
1.5 QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALIFICATIONS
A. Installer qualifications:
1. Work of this section shall be by an experienced installer. See manufacturer’s published
Installation Guide, Use and Care Guide, and MSDS documents for more information.
B. Applicable standards:
1. Standards of the following, as referenced herein:
a. American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
b. American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
d. American Wood Council (AWC)
e. National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
2. Fire test response characteristics:
a. Not applicable. System is capable of supporting panels with E-84 Class-C and
Class-A surface burning characteristics as may be determined by authorities
having jurisdiction.
1.6 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING- Fabricator will:
A. Deliver no components to project site until areas are ready for installation.
B. Store all GWS and wall panel materials indoors at the temperature that the room will be during
occupancy for at least 48 hours prior to installation. Verify panels have appropriate moisture
levels suitable for indoor installation and use.
C. Handle materials to prevent damage to finished surfaces.
1. Upon request [prior to receipt of order] - provide protective coverings to be placed by
installers to prevent physical damage or staining following installation of complete wall
system for duration of project.
1.7 WARRANTY
A. Provide manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials.
1. Warranty shall provide material to repair or replace defective materials returned to
manufacturer as specified in manufacturer’s warranty.
2. Damage caused by physical or chemical abuse or improper installation, or
inappropriate wall panel materials (e.g.; corrosive, or overweight panels) damage from
insufficient anchoring into structure, or aesthetic concerns over undressed or
uncovered edges will not be warranted.
3. Warranty shall be non-transferable to subsequent owners.
B. Manufacturer’s Warranty Period:
1. Thirty (30) days from date of purchase.
1.8 MAINTENANCE
A. None required.
B. Removal of stains with common janitorial bleach-free cleaners. Occasional treatment of plastic
moldings with a UV protectant or plastics conditioner (e.g.; Armor All®, Carnauba Wax) will
extend the useful life of any exposed plastic moldings.
PART 2 — PRODUCTS
2.1 MANUFACTURER
A. Spec-Rite Designs, LLC.
1054 Central Industrial Drive
Gecko Wall System™
Section 09 77 00
Revised 2.29.12
Spec-Rite Designs, LLC
1054 Central Industrial Drive
St. Louis. MO 63110
P/314/633/4978 F/314/771/7136
www.specritedesigns.com
St. Louis, MO 63110 USA
314.633.4978
info@specritedesigns.com or tech@sdpitech.com
2.2 MATERIAL PROPERTIES
A. Description:
1. GECKO WALL SYSTEM™ components are defined as architectural grade mounting
system for ¼”– 3/8” interior wall panels, comprised of minimum 70% reclaimed postindustrial aluminum alloy content, high performance adhesives fastening systems, and
protective thermoplastic moldings, maintaining specified ANSI/ NEMA/ ASTM
performance standards and having specified physical, performance, and environmental
specifications.
B. Thickness:
1. Standard panel set-off (airspace behind panel) from finished wall is 0.335”.
2. Installed system with 3/8” thick panels is 0.720” thick (nominal ¾”).
3. Standard Low Profile reveal between panels is 1/4” (0.250”, 6mm).
C. Edge treatment:
1. Fabricator is to sand or file all molding cut edges smooth. All panel edges (front and
back) are recommended to be chamfered for safety, reduced chipping, and improved
panel movement and clearance within the system.
2. Panel sizes: Recommended minimum is 18” square; recommended maximum panel
size is 6’ wide, and 10’ high for first row and 7’ high thereafter.
D. Performance characteristics:
Part description
Design
Capability
Std. J-Channel
Load bearing for panels
30 Lb./ LF dead load***
Horizontal Flex
Reveal molding
0. Max. 0.050” movement
between panels
Wood screw
115 Lbs. each
AWC (1991), 1.5” depth
lateral load
(#8 fastener)
Dimensional
accommodation of linear
0.050”/ 4’ maximum**
Stability
thermal expansion
*AWC results based on the 1991 standard as published by AWC. (www.awc.org)
** For panels 6’ wide or less. *** Large J-Channel has higher load capacity for thicker panels,
standard J-Channel accommodates ¼”, 5/16”, 3/8” panel thickness. .
2.5 Material Qualifications
A. GECKO WALL SYSTEM™- 70% post-industrial T-6063 aluminum by weight.
B. GECKO WALL SYSTEM™- contains no intentionally added VOC materials.
C. GECKO WALL SYSTEM™ allows for air circulation behind wall panels to help preclude the
growth of mold or mildew.
D. Accessibility: GECKO WALL SYSTEM allows for access to all wall panels at any time.
E. Aluminum channels and plastic mounting tabs do not support fungi per ASTM G21.
F. GECKO WALL SYSTEM MOLDINGS guaranteed safe to be cleaned with:
■ Soapy water
■ Cascade 5% detergent solution and water
■ Formula 409® All Purpose Cleaner
■ Windex® Multi-Surface Cleaner with Vinegar
■ Fantastik® Multi-Purpose Cleaner
■ Kaboom® with OXI CLEAN Stain Fighter
G. GECKO Wall System components may be sanitized with Clorox® Anywhere® Hard
Surface™ Daily Sanitizing Spray. (see details from product manufacturer)
2.6 Accessories, Adhesives, and Sealant
A. Gecko Wall System accepts most standard interior panels and protective moldings.
B. Gecko Wall System is specifically designed to attach with system fasteners.
Gecko Wall System™
Section 09 77 00
Revised 2.29.12
2.7 Product Availability: Manufacturer’s standard available profiles and sizes
A. GECKO WALL SYSTEM STANDARD MOLDING PROFILES (FINISHES):
■ 1 7/8” J-Channel (mill)
■ 1/4” Reveal Molding (clear
anodized))
■ 3 5/8” Dual row seam strip (mill)
■ #6, 8, Pan Head Screw (black)
■ 2” Multi-Row Support Molding (clear
anodized)
■ Rubber isolated Batten (black poly)
■ 1 ¾” Single row seam strip (mill)
■ #10 Pan Head Safety Screw 2 ½” (black)
PART 3 — EXECUTION (Installation process)
3.1 EXAMINATION
A. Upon request, fabricator/ installer will assist customer to examine wall surfaces and
site conditions with customer present for compliance with requirements for installation
tolerances, and other conditions affecting performance of work.
B. Upon request, manufacturer will assist customer to examine panel material samples
and provide technical information to Project Architect to help determine suitability or
appropriateness of installation specifications and project environment.
C. Installer to proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been
corrected.
3.2 INSTALLATION: Installer shall:
A. Cleaning:
1. Panels to be cleaned with standard cleaning solution. Check with panel
manufacturer regarding panel cleaning.
2. Repair or replace all damaged material to the satisfaction of the Architect
and/or Contractor.
3. Installed areas or portions of the work are subject to approval by the Project
Architect/ General Contractor.
B. Installation:
1. Aluminum frame components shall be plumb, straight, level and securely
fastened to solid sheetrock walls or equivalent per instructions and good
construction practice
2. Black steel screws must be imbedded 1.5” (38mm) into wall structure or
approved blocking behind. Leave 1/32” minimum gap at all panels, edges, and
walls, in accordance with approved specifications and product data.
3. Form field joints using manufacturers recommended 6mm (1/4”) reveal
molding, leaving minimum 1/16” (.030”) space for expansion at each joint.
4. Clean entire surface, and protect as required to preclude construction damage.
5. See manufacturer’s published Installation Guide.
3.3 REPAIR
A. Repair to correct installed fixtures to specified condition or to replace damaged work,
which cannot be repaired to architect’s satisfaction.
1. Gecko Wall System is repairable in most circumstances, and individual panels
or components may be removed and replaced at any time.
3.4 CLEANING AND PROTECTION
A. Keep components clean during installation, or clean and cover with protective
covering.
B. Remove excess adhesives, sealants and other stains.
C. Where specified, protect surfaces from damage during construction.
3.5 SCHEDULE
A. Wall panel Installation:
1. Gecko WALL SYSTEM wall panels shall be installed in accordance with all
guidelines and recommendations in GECKO WALL SYSTEM™ Installation
Guide [available upon request].
2. Panel moldings: Proprietary SDPI Moldings for support, reveal and fastening.
Gecko System is not compatible with any other system moldings for these
components. Standard “corner guard” type, and base and crown moldings may
be used with Gecko System.
B. Wall panel seams:
1. Reveal molding (6mm clear anodized).
C. Sealant
1. Sealant as specified, SDPI sealant is recommended due to adhesion to
Trespa and other phenolic surfaces and forms proper seal to panel edges under
normal installation conditions.
Decorative Interior Wall Panel Mounting Specification:
Wall panels shall be individually demountable, with zero liftoff and flexible joints at panel edges
where specified. Panel support framing shall be architectural grade aluminum alloy with minimum
70% recycled content by weight. Wall panels shall have minimum 0.33” air space behind to allow
for air circulation behind precluding trapped air from occurring, and be aligned with consistent
reveal width across horizontal and vertical joints with internal indexing system across each reveal.
Panel weight shall be supported solely by engineered reclaimed aluminum extrusions. No known
VOC materials are to be included in wall panel framing and supports. Panel mounting shall
accommodate minimum .050” (1.27mm) movement in three-dimension per each panel up to 5’ in
length and up to 10’ in height.
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that can be tailored to your specific project. With its hallmark superior flatness,
Alucobond ® offers an extensive selection of standard and custom finishes that
span the color spectrum.
coil coated paint
or anodized Finish
0.020"
nominal
thickness
aluminum Skin
polyethylene or
Fire retardant core
physical properties
material composition
› Aluminum facings in 0.020" nominal thickness (interior and exterior to ensure flatness)
› Polyethylene core available in 3mm, 4mm, and 6mm thicknesses (PE)
› Proprietary fire-resistant core available in 4mm thickness only (Plus)
panel Widths
panel lengths
› Standard widths 50" and 62" (coil coated) › Standard lengths 122", 146", and 196"
› Standard widths 50" and 62" (anodized)
› Custom lengths up to a maximum of 360"
› Custom width 40"
minimum Bending radius
› The minimum bending radius of Alucobond® and Alucobond® Plus without routing the
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› PVDF, FEVE
› Polyester
› Modified Polyester
› Anodized
› Monochromatics, Micas, & Metallics
› Natural
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alucobond
alucobond plus
Thickness
3mm 4mm 6mm
4mm Plus
Nominal Weight (lbs/sq.ft)
0.92 1.12 1.59
1.52
Coefficient of Expansion x10-5 (in./in.°F) 1.31 1.18 1.24
1.11
Temperature Resistance
-55° to 175° F (-50° to 80° C)
Minimum Peel Strength
115 N mm/mm
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› IBC
› City of New York
› City of Los Angeles
› Miami-Dade County Florida
› National Building Code of Canada (1998)
› State of Florida
material code tests
Alucobond® has successfully passed the following tests:
› ASTM E 84 – Surface burning characteristics
› ASTM D1929 – Ignition properties
› ASTM D1781 – Peel Strength
› NFPA 285 – Intermediate scale multi-story (Alucobond® Plus only)
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attachment methods
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Dry Seal
rout & return
Wet Seal
rain Screen
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LIGHTING FIXTURES DL-RS
Type
STATIC LINEAR – WET, DAMP, or DRY LOCATION
LED RIGID STRIP SERIES
Project
Catalog No.
LED Rigid Strip without opal cover
DESCRIPTION
LUMEN DATA
LED Rigid Strip is a dimmable linear fixture suitable for wet, damp,
or dry location. Includes 2 inch lead wires with waterproof
connections for input and output connections. Opal cover can be
ordered separately. The opal cover provides 70-80% light diffusion
and creates a nearly seamless look. Also included with fixture are
two 0 deg, two 45 deg mounting clips (4 total), and one outdoor DC
output end cap. The outdoor DC end cap is required at the end of
each run.
SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage
Length
12 inch
Watts
3.2
6.4
24V DC
120°
LEDs (per ft)
18
36 inch
9.6
–22°F to 140°F
Lamp Life
50,000 hours
Maximum Run
24 ft
48 inch
12.8
5/8” W x 5/8” H
1-5/16” H with opal cover
Dimensions
Housing
Environment
DL-RS
24 inch
Beam Angle
Operating Temp *
LED Rigid Strip with opal cover
Aluminum extrusion
†
Color Temp
Lumens *
Efficacy
2600-2800K
265
83 lm/W
3000-3200K
300
94 lm/W
4000-4200K
325
102 lm/W
6200-6400K
360
113 lm/W
2600-2800K
530
83 lm/W
3000-3200K
600
94 lm/W
4000-4200K
650
102 lm/W
6200-6400K
720
113 lm/W
2600-2800K
795
83 lm/W
3000-3200K
900
94 lm/W
4000-4200K
975
102 lm/W
6200-6400K
1080
113 lm/W
2600-2800K
1060
83 lm/W
3000-3200K
1200
94 lm/W
4000-4200K
1300
102 lm/W
6200-6400K
1440
113 lm/W
* Using the opal cover will reduce the lumens by approx 15 to 20%.
Wet, Damp, or Dry location
Certifications
Warranty
5 Years – see published warranty terms
for detailed information.
* Exceeding the operating temperature values may damage the LEDs by
reducing the lifespan, lumen output, and adversely impact color
consistency. It is recommended adequate airflow and heat sinking be
taken into consideration in the installation and application of this product.
Improper thermal management may lead to premature product failure.
† This product cannot be submersed in water. The outdoor DC end cap
(DL-PS-OD-EC) is required at the end of each run.
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DL-RS
Type
STATIC LINEAR – WET, DAMP, or DRY LOCATION
LED RIGID STRIP SERIES
Project
Catalog No.
ORDERING INFORMATION
LED Rigid Strip with no cover
MODEL
–
–
DL-RS
DL-RS-HO *
LENGTH
LED Rigid Strip with opal cover
–
–
12 : 12”
24 : 23-7/8”
36 : 35-5/8”
48 : 47-1/2”
COLOR
MODEL
27 : 2600-2800K
30 : 3000-3200K
40 : 4000-4200K
60 : 6200-6400K
R : Red
G : Green
B : Blue
Y : Yellow
DL-RS
DL-RS-HO *
–
–
LENGTH
–
–
12 : 12”
24 : 23-7/8”
36 : 35-5/8”
48 : 47-1/2”
COLOR
–
–
27 : 2600-2800K
30 : 3000-3200K
40 : 4000-4200K
60 : 6200-6400K
R : Red
G : Green
B : Blue
Y : Yellow
COVER
C
C : Opal Cover
* Custom option for higher lumen output. Consult factory for availability.
All fixtures include one DL-RS-MC-1 and one DL-PS-OD-EC.
WIRING DIAGRAMS – For reference purposes only. Not for installation. Not to scale.
PLUG & PLAY • On/off in-line dimmer switch
A.
Power Supply
DL-PS-XX/24
B.
In-line Dimmer Switch (optional)
LC-DIM050, LC-DIM100-RF (not shown)
C.
LED Luminaire
DL-RS-XX-XX
D.
End Cap
DL-PS-OD-EC
A
B
C
D
HARD-WIRE • Multiple Runs • On/off
A.
Power Supply
DL-PS-XX/24-JB-XX
B.
Output Power Connector
DL-PS-OD-PT-F
C.
LED Luminaire
DL-RS-XX-XX
D.
End Cap
DL-PS-OD-EC
E.
Power Splitter
DL-PS-OD-2Y (shown), DL-PS-OD-3Y
A
B
E
C
C
D
D
HARD-WIRE • On/off in-line dimmer switch
A.
Power Supply
DL-PS-XX/24-JB-XX
B.
In-line Dimmer Switch (optional)
LC-DIM100-RF-HW, LC-DIM200-RF-HW
C.
LED Luminaire
DL-RS-XX-XX
D.
End Cap
DL-PS-OD-EC
E.
Output Power Connector
DL-PS-OD-PT-F
A
B
E
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DL-RS
Type
STATIC LINEAR – WET, DAMP, or DRY LOCATION
LED RIGID STRIP SERIES
Project
Catalog No.
HARD-WIRE • 0-10V Dimming for multiple runs
A.
Power Supply
DL-PS-XX/24-JB-XX
B.
Dimming Interface
LC-DIM5A-HW
C.
Output Power Connector
DL-PS-OD-PT-F
D.
LED Luminaire
DL-RS-XX-XX
E.
End Cap
DL-PS-OD-EC
B
+
-
+ -
24V DC Input
+
+
+
A
120V AC Input
+
24V DC Output
-
C
D
E
0-10V Control
B
+
+
+ -
24V DC Input
+
+
A
120V AC Input
24V DC Output
-
C
D
E
POWER SUPPLY – See specification sheets for more information.
Multiple runs may be installed per power supply as long as the Max Load or Max Run values are not exceeded.
Wattage = Max power capacity of power supply. May need to be de-rated if operating at max temperature.
Max Load = Fixture quantity a power supply can power.
Max Run = 24 ft. Maximum length of a single home run.
Hard-Wire Power Supplies
Wet, Damp, or Dry Location
UL Listed (with Junction Box)
Model Number
DL-RS-12
Watts
DL-RS-24
DL-RS-36
DL-RS-48
3.2 W
6.4 W
9.6 W
12.8 W
Max Load
Max Load
Max Load
Max Load
DL-PS-80/24-JB-OD
80
22 pc
11 pc
7 pc
5 pc
DL-PS-96/24-JB-OD
96
27 pc
13 pc
9 pc
6 pc
DL-RS-12
DL-RS-24
DL-RS-36
3.2 W
6.4 W
9.6 W
12.8 W
Max Load
Max Load
Max Load
Max Load
Plug & Play Power Supplies
Dry Location
UL Listed
Model Number
Watts
DL-RS-48
DL-PS-WP24/24
24
6 pc
3 pc
2 pc
1 pc
DL-PS-24/24
24
6 pc
3 pc
2 pc
1 pc
DL-PS-48/24
48
13 pc
6 pc
4 pc
3 pc
DL-PS-60/24
60
16 pc
8 pc
5 pc
4 pc
DL-PS-100/24
90
25 pc
12 pc
8 pc
6 pc
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DL-RS
Type
STATIC LINEAR – WET, DAMP, or DRY LOCATION
LED RIGID STRIP SERIES
Project
Catalog No.
DIMMERS – See specification sheets for more information
Plug and Play
Hard Wire
Part Number
Description
Part Number
Description
LC-DIM050
24V, 4A, in-line dimmer with rotary switch
Smooth dimming
LC-DIM100-RF-HW
12 / 24V, 10A, Step and smooth dimming
Remote control
LC-DIM100-RF
24V, 10A, Remote control
Step and smooth dimming
LC-DIM200-RF-HW
24V, 8A, Remote and local control
Smooth dimming
LC-DIM200-RF
24V, 8A, Remote and local control
Smooth dimming
LC-DIM5A-HW
12 / 24V, 0-10V Dimming Interface
Requires separate 0-10V dimmer switch
DS-DV-TV-WH
0-10V Wall Plate Dimmer Switch
Smooth dimming, used with LC-DIM5A-HW
ACCESSORIES
Mounting Clip Kits
Part Number
Clips Included
Description
DL-RS-MC-1
(2) 0 deg, (2) 45 deg
DL-RS-MC-2
(2) 30 deg, (2) 60 deg, (2) Adjustable
The mounting clip kit packages allows for different installation
angles. DL-RS-MC-1 included with fixture.
Magnet
Part Number
Dimensions
ACC-MT-MAG-01-SET
1” x ½”
Description
Magnet can be attached directly to the fixture or mounting clip
using the double sided tape. Sold as a pair.
Opal Cover
Cover end caps
Part Number
Length
DL-RS-C-12
DL-RS-C-24
DL-RS-C-36
DL-RS-C-48
DL-RS-C-72
12 inch
24 inch
36 inch
48 inch
72 inch
Description
The opal cover provides 70-80% light diffusion to create a
nearly seamless look. Includes two cover end caps. Longer
covers may cover multiple fixtures for a cleaner look with less
breaks.
Height: 11/16”
OUTDOOR POWER ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Description
Part Number
Description
DL-PS-OD-PT-F
Output power connector, clear wire
Bare wire to female connector
Length: 8 inches
Lock Nut Diameter: 11/16 inch
Must use for outdoor applications
DL-PS-OD-EXT18
Extension cable, clear wire
Length: 18 inches
Lock Nut Diameter: 11/16 inch
DL-PS-OD-2Y
2-Way power splitter, clear wire
Overall Length: 13 inches
Length of Split Lead: 6 inches
Lock Nut Diameter: 11/16 inch
Requires DL-PS-W-EC on open ends
DL-PS-OD-EXT48
Extension cable, clear wire
Length: 48 inches
Lock Nut Diameter: 11/16 inch
DL-PS-OD-3Y
3-Way power splitter, clear wire
Overall Length: 13 inches
Length of Split Lead: 6 inches
Lock Nut Diameter: 11/16 inch
Requires DL-PS-W-EC on open ends
DL-PS-OD-EXT96
Extension cable, clear wire
Length: 96 inches
Lock Nut Diameter: 11/16 inch
DL-PS-OD-PT-M
Input power connector, clear Wire
Bare wire to male connector
Length: 8 inches
For special applications only.
DL-PS-OD-EC
Outdoor DC output power connector end
cap
Apply to the end of each run.
(1) Included with fixture.
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Reflex – model: LED18
LEDme® 120V Track Luminaire
1d"
Fixture Type:
62"
Catalog Number:
74"
Project:
3w"
3a"
54"
Location:
PRoduct descRiPtion
fixtuRe PeRfoRmance
High performance and precise thermal management with robust
die-cast construction makes this luminaire perfect for general, accent
and wall wash applications in residential and commercial environments.
Model #
Designed for use on WAC Lighting track, and compatible
with other manufacturers tracks.
Beam
Color Temp
Lumens
Efficacy
CBCP
CRI
led18s-WW
led18f-WW
10°
25°
3000K
3000K
580
580
32.2 Lm/W
32.2 Lm/W
8406
3285
85
85
led18s-cW
led18f-cW
10°
25°
4500K
4500K
675
675
37.5 Lm/W
37.5 Lm/W
9667
4572
80
80
featuRes
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
lamP PeRfoRmance
Available in two interchangeable reflector designs
360° horizontal rotation and 180° vertical aiming
Free of projected heat, UV and IR radiation
Replaceable LED module (consult factory)
50,000 hour rated life
Accepts up to 2 lenses or accessories
5 year WAC Lighting product warranty
0° Aiming Angle (ceiling to floor)
Distance
6 ft
8 ft
10 ft
12 ft
sPecifications
LED18S-CW
fc
l
W
269 1.0 1.0
151 1.4 1.4
97
1.7 1.7
67
2.1 2.1
LED18F-CW
fc
l
W
127 2.7 2.7
71
3.5 3.5
46
4.4 4.4
32
5.3 5.3
LED18S-WW
fc
l
W
234 1.0 1.0
131 1.4 1.4
84
1.7 1.7
58
2.1 2.1
LED18F-WW
fc
l
W
91 2.7
2.7
51 3.5
3.5
33 4.4
4.4
23 5.3
5.3
LED18S-WW
fc
l
W
83
2.1 1.5
46
2.8 2.0
30
3.5 2.5
21
4.2 3.0
LED18F-WW
fc
l
W
32 5.6
3.8
18 7.5
5.0
12 9.3
6.3
8
11.2 7.5
construction: Die-cast aluminum body and clear lens.
45° Aiming Angle (ceiling to wall)
driver: Input voltage: 100V~240VAC 50/60Hz
Max Load: 9W (includes 2 drivers).
light source: 6 × 3W Cree LED.
Total power consumption of 18W with included drivers.
dimming: May be dimmed to 8% with electronic low voltage (ELV) dimmer.
finish: Powder coat paint Black (BK) and White (WT) finishes.
Electroplated Brushed Nickel (BN) finish.
Distance
6 ft
8 ft
10 ft
12 ft
LED18F-CW
fc
l
W
45
5.6 3.8
25
7.5 5.0
16
9.3 3.6
11
11.2 9.4
fc– Initial footcandle level at the center of the beam
l– Beam length at the point the candlepower drops off to 50% of maximum*
W– Beam width at the point the candlepower drops off to 50% of maximum*
*Measured in feet
standards: UL & CUL Listed. Meets Energy Star Requirements.
oRdeR numbeR
finisHes
System
Model # Beam Spread Color Temp
l L Track led18 s 10°
WW 3000K
H H Track
f 25°
cW 4500K
J J Track
– led18
LED18S-CW
fc
l
W
95
2.1 1.5
53
2.8 2.0
34
3.5 2.5
24
4.2 3.0
–
Example: l-led18s-WW-bn
WAC Lighting
www.waclighting.com
Phone (800) 526.2588 • Fax (800) 526.2585
–
Finish
bK Black
bn Brushed Nickel
Wt White
bK
bn
Wt
accessoRies
Color Lens
lens-25Dichroic Color Lens lens-25-dic-
Headquarters/Eastern Distribution Center
615 South Street • Garden City, NY 11530
Phone (516) 515.5000 • Fax (516) 515.5050
amb
blu
GRn
Red
Yel
Amber
Blue
Green
Red
Yellow
Frosted Lens
Spread Lens
Beam Elongating Lens
Honeycomb Louver
lens-25-fR
lens-25-sPR
lens-25-bel
lens-25-Hcl
Western Distribution Center
168 Brea Canyon Road • City of Industry, CA 91789
Phone (909) 468.1848 • Fax (909) 468.9958
WAC Lighting retains the right to modify the design of our products as part of the company's continuous improvement program. FEB 2012
Hr-Led411
4" LEDme® Open Reflector Downlight Trim
Fixture Type:
2a"
Catalog Number:
Project:
>8"
3s"
Location:
54"
Product descriPtion
sPeciFications
Round recessed trim with interior open reflector.
For use with HR-LED418 series housings.
construction: Durable die-cast aluminum construction.
Three heavy gauge retention clips firmly hold trim to housing.
Features
Light source: Utilizes six 3W LED's (included with housing).
See individual housing for wattage rating.
• Less than 8” thick, super low profile die-cast aluminum trim
Finish: Abrasion resistant powder coat painted or plated metal finish.
Baffle is available in Black (BK) or White (WT).
Trim is available in Black (BK), Brushed Nickel (BN), or White (WT).
• Recessed depth from LEDs to trim edge is 2a"
• Narrow flood beam spread
• Deep regression produces a very low glare with 40° cut-off angle
standards: UL & CUL Listed.
• Handles surfaces up to w” thick
• 5 year WAC Lighting product warranty
order number
FinisHes
Model #
Finish
Baffle/Trim
Hr-Led411
bK/bn
bK/Wt
Wt/Wt
Black/Brushed Nickel
Black/White
White/White
Hr-Led411
bK/bn
bK/Wt
Wt/Wt
–
Example: Hr-Led411-bK/bn
comPatibLe Housings
Model #
Hr-Led418-nic-W
Hr-Led418-n-W
Installation Type
New Construction – IC-Rated
New Construction – Non-IC
Color Temp
3000K
3000K
Lumens
380
480
CRI
80
80
Input
120V 50/60Hz
120V 50/60Hz
Wattage
11W max
18W max
Current
450mA
700mA
Dimensions
L: 15-242" W: 6w"
L: 15-242" W: 6w"
H: 52"
H: 52"
Hr-Led418-nic-c
Hr-Led418-n-c
New Construction – IC-Rated
New Construction – Non-IC
4500K
4500K
457
600
75
75
120V 50/60Hz
120V 50/60Hz
11W max
18W max
450mA
700mA
L: 15-242" W: 6w"
L: 15-242" W: 6w"
H: 52"
H: 52"
Hr-Led418-ric-W
Hr-Led418-r-W
Remodel – IC-Rated
Remodel – Non-IC
3000K
3000K
380
480
80
80
120V 50/60Hz
120V 50/60Hz
11W max
18W max
450mA
700mA
L: 11d"
L: 11d"
W: 6a"
W: 6a"
H: 5s"
H: 5s"
Hr-Led418-ric-c
Hr-Led418-r-c
Remodel – IC-Rated
Remodel – Non-IC
4500K
4500K
457
600
75
75
120V 50/60Hz
120V 50/60Hz
11W max
18W max
450mA
700mA
L: 11d"
L: 11d"
W: 6a"
W: 6a"
H: 5s"
H: 5s"
See individual housing spec sheets for complete information.
WAC Lighting
www.waclighting.com
Phone (800) 526.2588 • Fax (800) 526.2585
Headquarters/Eastern Distribution Center
615 South Street • Garden City, NY 11530
Phone (516) 515.5000 • Fax (516) 515.5050
Western Distribution Center
168 Brea Canyon Road • City of Industry, CA 91789
Phone (800) 526.2588 • Fax (800) 526.2585
WAC Lighting retains the right to modify the design of our products as part of the company's continuous improvement program. JAN 2012
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DESCRIPTION
The 474 Drum Pendant features Bold Trim and is available in two
diameters with multiple mounting options.
Type
Catalog #
Project
STELLAR SMALL
STELLAR
SMALL
Date
Comments
Prepared by
09.04.12
09.04.12
S P E C I F I C AT I O N F E AT U R E S
M a te ri a l / M o u n t i n g
L a m p / S o cke t
Labels
Solid aluminum or solid brass with
matte acrylic panels.
Three Stem (Standard): Three 3/8"
stems with a standard height of 24"
(OA), minimum 18" (OA). Maximum
overall hang height for one piece
stem assembly is 5' (OA). 5' to 25' a
5/8" Collector Body (CB) will be
provided. Contact factory for
lengths above 25'. Specify SCA for
sloped ceilings up to 45°.
24": Four (4) 27W (2G11) high
lumen CFL lamps or three (3) 75W
A-19 lamps.
30": Four (4) 39W (2G11) high
lumen CFL lamps or three (3) 100W
A-19 lamps.
CFL socket injection molded
plastic. INC socket fired ceramic
rated for 660W-250V. Lamps
furnished by others.
U.L. and C.U.L approved for indoor
and damp location. See options for
damp location finishing
requirements. Shaper's DL option
is for interior applications (only)
that have more than average
moisture (i.e. bathroom, laundry
room, etc.) but are not UL listed for
pool, sauna, shower, whirlpool and
any exterior applications (i.e.
covered garage or building
entrance) with exposure to weather
elements such as rain, wind, etc.
Installation
Finish
Standard: Natural Aluminum (NA)
[Sustainable Design].
Premium: Gun Metal (GNM), Matte
White (MW), Lacquered Satin
Aluminum (SAL), Lacquered
Polished Aluminum (PAL), Satin
Brass (SB), Polished Brass (PB),
Oxidized Brass (OBRS), Oxidized
Copper (OCP), Satin Copper (SCP),
Polished Copper (PCP), Satin Nickel
(SN), Polished Nickel (PN), Clear
Anodized Aluminum (CAL) or
Custom Color (CC).
Optics
Refer to www.shaperlighting.com
for complete photometrics.
Ballast
Integral electronic HPF, multi-volt
120/277V (347V Canada), thermally
protected with end-of-life circuitry
to accommodate the specified
lamp wattage.
Supplied with a universal circular
strap for a standard 4" J-box or
plaster ring. Safety cable provided.
Shaper luminaires are designed for
interior installations only.
Options
Hand Painted Faux Alabaster
Panels (FP), Hand Painted Faux
Linen (LNP), Dimming Ballast
(except 27W): Advance Mark 7
(DMA7), Mark 10 (DMA10) or
Lutron (DML) - Available with 47230" only, Sloped Ceiling Adaptor (Single, Triple Stem & Multi-Bowls
only) - Specify up to 45° (SCA),
Perforated Band (PFB), Decorative
Finial (DF), Cobalt Blue Inserts
(CBI), Decorative Finial with Ball
(DFB), Circular Trim Bar (CTB),
Remote Emergency Ballast Supplied by others (REM), Integral
Emergency Ballast (30") (IEM),
Damp Location (DL): All Painted
Finishes or Clear Anodized
Aluminum (CAL) finish only. MRI
Applications (INC only) - Contact
factory.
Modifications
Shaper's skilled craftspeople with
their depth of experience offer the
designer the flexibility to modify
standard pendant luminaires for
project specific solutions. Contact
the factory regarding scale options,
unique finishes, mounting,
additional materials/colors, or
decorative detailing.
474 SERIES
Pendant Luminaire
D r u m w i t h B o l d Tr i m
SUSTAINABLE
DESIGN
Shaper has a long-standing history of
offering environmentally-friendly fixtures.
The copper and bronze alloys used in our
exterior luminaires feature up to 98% recycled content, contribute less undesirable
air emissions compared to painted aluminum and are easy to recycle.
MAGNETIC
RESONANCE
IMAGING (MRI)
Lighting fixtures for MRI facilities are
specialized and unique, requiring nonferrous construction. Fluorescent fixtures
cannot be used due to the ferrous parts in
ballasts and lampholders. Modified incandescent fixtures meet the requirements.
ENERGY
STAR
Shaper now offers a wide variety
of fixtures that can be provided
with an Energy Star Rating.
Refer to the Icon Legend
Link on shaperlighting.com.
Specifications and dimensions subject to change without notice.
Consult your representative for additional options and finishes.
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474 SERIES PENDANT LUMINAIRE
O R D E R I N G I N F O R M AT I O N
Sample Number: 474-30-CFL/4/40-277V-PCP-24
474
474
24"
24"
Series
474 =Drum w/
Bold Trim
Lamp
CFL/4/27 1
CFL/4/39 2
INC/3/75 1
INC/3/100 2
Size
24"
30"
1
3
4
Available in 24".
1S
1S
Options
1S =Single Stem
Standard
NA =Natural Aluminum
CC =Custom Color
MW =Matte White
TSS2D =Triple Stem Suspended Double Drum
TSS3D =Triple Stem Suspended Triple Drum
TSS4D =Triple Stem Suspended Four Drum
CBI =Cobalt Blue Inserts
OBRS =Oxidized Brass
PAL =Lacquered Polished Aluminum
DL =Damp Location 4
DMA7 =Dimming Ballast (Advance Mark 7)
PB =Polished Brass
PCP =Polished Copper
DMA10=Dimming Ballast (Advance Mark 10)
DML =Dimming Ballast (Lutron) 3, 5
PN =Polished Nickel
SAL =Lacquered Satin Aluminum
IEM =Integral Emergency Ballast 2
REM =Remote Emergency Ballast 6
Premium
Available in 30".
Available with CFL only.
Available with 474-30” only.
6
Supplied by others.
3, 5
3, 5
CTB =Circular Trim Bar
DF =Decorative Finial
SN =Satin Nickel
CAL =Clear Anodized Aluminum
Specify up to 45°.
Suspension
Height
24"
or Specify
SCA =Sloped Ceiling Adapter 7
SB =Satin Brass
SCP =Satin Copper
Interior applications only.
5
7
NA
NA
Finish
Voltage
120V
277V 3
347V 3
Notes:
2
120V
120V
CFL/4/27
CFL/4/27
DFB =Decorative Finial w/ Ball
FP =Hand Painted Faux Alabaster Panels
PFB =Perforated Band
LNP= Hand Painted Faux Linen Panels
DIMENSIONS
6" ø
(15.2 cm)
6" ø
1-1/8"
1-1/8”
(2.8 cm)
24”
24"
(61 cm)
6"
6"
24" ø
30" ø (76.2 cm)
474 - 24” STANDARD
474 - 30” STANDARD
STA N DA R D O P T I O N S
DECORATIVE
FINIAL (DF)
DECORATIVE FINIAL
WITH BALL (DFB)
PERFORATED
BAND (PFB)
COBALT BLUE
INSERTS (CBI)
CIRCULAR TRIM
BAR (CTB)
Specifications and dimensions subject to change without notice.
Consult your representative for additional options and finishes.
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M U LT I - B OW L S U S P E N S I O N O P T I O N S
Triple Stem Suspended Double Drum (TSS2D): Three 3/8” (.95 cm) stems
with a standard hang height of 30” (76.2 cm) (OA), minimum. Maximum
overall hang height for one piece stem assembly is 5’ (152.4 cm) (OA).
Lengths from 5’ to 25’ (762 cm) a 5/8” (1.6 cm) Collector Body (CB) will be
provided. Standard bowl stem length is 5” (12.7 cm), contact factory for
custom lengths. Contact factory for lengths above 25'. Specify SCA for
sloped ceilings up to 45°.
7” ø
(17.7 cm)
2-5/8” (6.6 cm)
11”
30”
(27.9 cm)
(76.2 cm)
Triple Stem Suspended Triple Drum (TSS3D): Three 3/8” stems with a
standard hang height of 30” (OA), minimum. Maximum overall hang
height for one piece stem assembly is 5’ (OA). Lengths from 5’ to 25’ a
5/8” Collector Body (CB) will be provided. Standard bowl stem length is
5”, contact factory for custom lengths. Contact factory for lengths above
25'. Specify SCA for sloped ceilings up to 45°.
Triple Stem Suspended Four Drum (TSS4D): Three 3/8” stems with a
standard hang height of 30” (OA), minimum. Maximum overall hang
height for one piece stem assembly is 5’ (OA). Lengths from 5’ to 25’ a
5/8” Collector Body (CB) will be provided. Standard bowl stem length is
5”, contact factory for custom lengths. Contact factory for lengths above
25'. Specify SCA for sloped ceilings up to 45°.
5'-6" (167.6 cm)@ 24” ø DRUM
474 TRIPLE STEM SUSPENDED
DOUBLE DRUM (TSS2D)
Installation
Multi-Bowl Pendants: Contractor to provide appropriate structural
support for fixture weight. Refer to installation drawings for details.
Integral safety cable provided.
7" ø
7" ø
2-5/8"
2-5/8"
30"
30"
11"
11"
6'-0" (182.9 cm)@ 24” ø DRUM
5'-6" (167.6 cm)@ 24” ø DRUM
474 TRIPLE STEM SUSPENDED
FOUR DRUM (TSS4D)
474 TRIPLE STEM SUSPENDED
TRIPLE DRUM (TSS3D)
C O M PA N I O N P R O D U C T S
273
482
605
673
Specifications and dimensions subject to change without notice.
Consult your representative for additional options and finishes.
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