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VENTURE LIGHTING

INTERNATIONAL

Positioned For The 90's


Venture Lighting International, Inc. believes the decade of the 90's will be one of the most significant and exciting times for
energy efficient

lighting. Our efforts over the past two years

have

been to position our c0mpany to take full advantage of the opportunities which we believe will be presented during this
decade.

The 90's will represent some unique challenges to people in both their personal and professional lives. There will be renewed emphasis on environmental concerns, such as energy conserva-

tion and pollution control. Metal halide technology offers


excellent opportunities for positive benefits to the environment. For example, in many applications, metal halide lamps can easily

replace their incandescent counterparts and provide the same

illumination for about one-fourth the energy consumption.


Perhaps the most important development which has occurred for Venture Lighting during the past year is our emergence as the world's largest employee owned lamp manufacturer. Venture Lighting will continue to focus on

our original goal: being not only the largest, but the best metal halide lamp company in the world. Our commitment to that goal is evidenced by the continued growth of our company as seen in this catalog.

I welcome this opportunity to thank all of you for your past support and your continued faith in Venture Lighting
and its quality products, Your support has been the critical ingredient for our success. We are prepared to work very hard to maintain your trust in us as we enter this new decade by offering our custonters tomorrow's high quality, ener$/ efficient, white light sources today. Together we can improve our environment and continue our mutual growth.

Chief Executive 0fficer

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WFTYMETAT HATIDE?
Unquestionably, Venture's focus has been on the development of metal halide lamp technology. 0f the lighting
technologies available today, why has Venture put almost all of its resources behind this one? The answer to this question

=T

lies in the attributes of the metal halide lamp and the user features this technology offers. There are seven primary advantages of metal halide: white light, high efficiency, compact size, long life, versatility, user comfort, and positive environmental impact.

Standard metal halide lamps produce white light with a color temperature of 4000' Kelvin and a Color Rendering lndex (Cru; from 65 to 70. This color rendition is superior to the fluorescent cool white lamp, long the standard for commercial indoor lighting. Metal halide lamps can also be designed to provide colors from 3000'Kelvin (incandescent lighD to 5000"* Kelvin (natural daylight) with CRI's up to
90.

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Metal halide lamps produce light 3 to 5 times more efficiently than incandescent lamps. They are the most
efficient white light source available. When you combine this

feature with the other benefits of metal halide, it clearly is the standard against which the other lighting technologies
should be measured.

The small size of the metal halide arc tube allows for the design of very compact lamps. A 100 watt metal halide lamp g p of less than I inch produces the same light with an ^rc an 84 inch long high output cool white fluorescent output as lamp. Smaller lamps mean smaller luminaires with better control, allowing the lighting designer to put light where it is
most needed.

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Photograph by Vance Roth,VRA Photography

Most discharge lamps have the inherent advantage of long life relative to their incandescent counterparts. Metal halide is no exception with lives ranging from 3,000 to 20,000 hours. Long life rneans fewer replacement lamps and less relamping labor over the life of the installation. In order to provide the same lumen hours over the life of one MH100/U, you would need 45-100 watt incatrdescent light
bulbs.

Metal halide lamps can be usecl indoors or outdoors equally well. \pical temperature extrenres have no inrpact on perfornrance. Metal halidc lanrps are also available in a wicle range of wattages (5tl t0 1650 watts) and lumen packages (3ttOO to 180,000 lut'netts), making tltcm useful over tlte widest possible range of applications.

Metal halide lamps provide the user with an efficient white light source which most people prefer over the yellow of high

pressure sodium or the blue-green of clear mercury, Because the source is efficient, it produces substantially less heat than incandescent lamps for a given light level. The reduction in heat from the lighting reduces the amount of
energy required to cool the lighted space.

A metal halide lighting system is able to deliver a given light

level in a space for considerably less energy than that required by an incandescent systenr. Less energT required for lighting means less gencration of electricity. This in turn means less consumptiott of our dwindling supplies of fossil fl,rels and less smokestack ernissiotrs from our power plants. Nl in all, use of rnetal halidc larnps instead of irrcandescent will help us to improve our envircnment.

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Univers al Metal

Ha\ide Lamps
(Mogul Base)

The workhorses of metal halide technology are the universal operating lamps.
Available over the range of 70

The newest members of the universal mogul base family are the low wattage versions, available in 70, 100 and 150

to 1000 watts, these lamps can be operated in any position. This versatility
allows them to be used in the many lighting jobs where the fixture orientation needs to

watt sizes. They

have

exceptionally cool outer bulb

operating temperatures compared to their ED17


medium base counterparts.
This particular characteristic makes them well suited for

be flexible, such as sports and building floodlighting. Where an application calls for

use in hazardous location


fixtures.

all the lamps in the same


operating orientation, the use

of position oriented lamp


designs is preferable.

Universal operating design allows the lamp to perform in any orientation. T Full range of wattages available from 70 to 1000 watts. T Standard metal halide color of 4000 K and very good CRI of 55. I Available in both clear and coated designs. T Low wattage designs have cooler bulb wall temperatures compared to their medium base counterparts.

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std.
Avg. ANSI Spec. M98 M90 M107 M57PE-175 M57PF-175 M58PG-250 M58PH-250 M59PJ-400 M59PK-400 M47PA-1000 M47PB-1000 Notes
Life lnitial (Hours) Lumens

/Vatts Base

Bulb

Product Number 16017 67868

Lamp Description MH TOIUIED2B

Case Qty.
12 12 12 12 12 12 12 6 6 6

Mean Lumens 4200 5850 10100


1

Nominal Color Temp.

Dimensions
Fix. Req.

MOL (in )
B 5/16 B 5/16 B s/16 B 5/16 B 5/16 B 5/16

LCL (in )
5

l)*

70 100 150

MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED37 MOG ED37 MOG BT56

Clear (2) Clear (2) Clear (3)


Clear (2)

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000

5600 7800
1

o*
a*

MH 1OO/U/ED2B MH 150/U/ED2B MH 175lU MH 17'ICIU


MH 250/U MH 250/C/U MH 4OO/U MH 4OO/C/U

695s9
88791

3500 4000 4000

4000 K 4000 K 4000 K 4000


K

E E E E E E E

(
5 5
q q 5

175 175 250 250 400 400


'1000
1

1 1

0500 5400 5000

96627 63052
61
1

Coated (2)
Clear (2)

10100
1 1

20500 20500 36000 36000


1 1 0000 1 1 0000

3700 K 4000 K 3700 4000 3700 4000 3700


K K K K K

290

Coated (2)
Clear (2)

8 5/16 11 1/2 11
112

8520

20000 2000 2000

28800 27700
BBOOO

S S
S

7
7

83545 72051
B846O

Coated (2) 20000

000 MOG BT56

MH'1000/u MH l OOO/C/U

Clear (2) Coated (2)

1 1

15 3/B

112

84700

15 3/B

91/2

* = New Product I = Unique Product


F'ootnotcs

See page

47 for

,t,

discussion of

2. t.ifc shown is tor vcrtical

safe

tl anil tirture

requirenrents.

30 degrees ope ration, All othcr burning positions ',vt J5"l, of rated lifc

.i.Lanrpol)eratesonthcsanrebdlast

asthcstandrrtllT5rvattnrctal halide lanrp(M57).

[-

Vertical High Output Metal Halide


Vertical high output metal halide lamps provide more light for the same power

the lamp to become hard


starting while at the same time releasing other gases which

consumption

as

their improve lumen maintenance

universal operating counter-

and color stability.

This

parts. This performance


advantage, however, is provided in a limited number of

regulator has been incorporated by Venture Lighting in all of its position oriented designs.

positions; base up or base down within 15 degrees of The primary uses for vertical
vertical.

high output lamps

a,re

This product line has been

development

dramatically improved by the new

of a

industrial, indoor commercial and any other fixed vertical orientation lighting applications.

environmental regulator
(Figure 1). This regulator
removes gases from the inside

of the bulb which can cause

r r I

Increased lumen output for the same ener$/ consumption. Uses same ballast as the universal lamps. Improved lumen maintenance and color stability with the new environmental regulator.

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std.
Watts Base Bulb Product Number Case Qtv ANSI Spec. Avg. Life (Hours) Nominal Mean Lumens

Dimensions
Fix.

Color
Temp.

Lamp Description

Notes

Req

MOL (in )

LCL (in )

a* a* o*

175 175 175 175 250 250 250 400

MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED37 MOG ED37 MOG ED37 MOG ED37 MOG ED37

55087
8401 0

MS 175/BU MS 17S/BUA/V MS 175/C/BU MS 17S/C/BUA/V


MS 250/BU MS 250/C/BU MS 250/C/BUA/V MS 4OO/BU MS 4OO/BU/ER MS 4OO/C/BU MS 4OO/BD MS 400/C/BUA/V

12 12 12 12 12 12

M57PE-175 M57PE-175 M57PF-175 M57PF-175 M58PG-250 M58PH-250 M58PH-250 M59PJ-400


(3)

Clear Clear Coated Coated Clear Coated Coated Clear Spec. Ballast Req Coated Clear Coated

1 1

0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000

11250

rlrfir

10100 11250 10100 17250


1

4000 K 3200 K 3700 K 3200 K 4000 K 3700 K 3200 K 4000 K 4000 K 3700 K 4000 K 3200 K 3900 K 3400 K 3900 K 3400
K

E E E E E E E

8 5/16
B 5/16 B 5/16 B 5/16

5 5 5 5 5
5

84985
20981

1
1 1 1

36297 63539 18477 47432 73530 62597


B4B7B

8 5/16
B 5/16
B 5/1

6560

12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

14760 32000 35700


31

5 7

20000 30000 20000 20000 20000


1 1 1

t*

400 400

M59PK-400 M59PJ-400 M59PK-400

000

400 400
1 1 1 1 1

32000 27700 87750 84240 87750


1
1

35142
89113 59982 94669
1

000 MOG BT56 000 MOG BT56 000 MOG BT56 500 MOG BT56 500 MOG BT56

MS lOOO/BU MS lOOO/C/BU MS lOOO/BD MS 1sOO/HBU MS 1sOO/HBD

M47PA-1000 Clear M47PB-1000 Coated M47PA-1000 Clear M4BPC-1500 Clear (2\ M4BPC-1500 Clear (2)

2000 2000 2000

o o o o o o o o
E

11 1t2 11 112 11 112 11 1/2 11 1t2


'15 3/B

7
7
7

91/2

15 3i8 9112

15 3/B 9112 15 3/B

8360

3000 3000

40000 40000

91t2

79037

3400 K

15 3/8 9112

= New Product <) = Unique Product

Footnotes

l.

Scc page 47 tor

discussion of

saf'et,v

and fixture requirenrents.

2. [,ifc sholvn is rated for 5 hoLrrs per start. 3. Special ballast and starter rcquired. Not for usc with stanclard or pcak lcad rrretal halide ballasts. tiallast approval by Venture Lighting is lequired for ratings to be valid.

Horizontal High Output Metal Halide Lamps


Horizontal high output metal lamp operated in a horizontal

halide lamps are position orientation. Horizontal lamps oriented designs, which are unique in that they provide more light for the require a Position Oriented same power consumption and Mogul Base (POMB) on the
more life than their universal counterparts operating in the

lamp, and a position oriented mogul socket in the fixture.


This combination orients the

hori zontal orientation.


Universal lamps have both a life and light output derating for off-vertical operation. Like the vertical high output lamps, these also contain the new

horizontal lamp
performance.

in

the

correct position for optimum

Horizontal high output lamps

environmental regulator for


improved performance.

are used extensively in

gas

station canopies, outdoor billboards, architectural The horizontal high output sitelights, car lots, sports lamps provide up to 25% lighting, and lighting for more light and 33% longer life retailing and commercial than a comparable universal office interiors.

Higher light output and longer life than universal lamps operated horizontally, New environmental regulator for increased lumen maintenance and color stability. Asymmetric arc tube design allows for an increased 45" from horizontal. operating range of Sign and sports lighting lamps specifically designed to operate over a range of postions.

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Product Bulb Number srd. Case Avg. ANSI Spec
M57 Life

Watt

Base

Lamp Descriptron MS 175/HOR MS 175/C/HOR MS 175IC/HORA/V


MS 250/HOR MS 250/C/HOR MS 250/C/HORA/V MS 4OO/HOR MS 4OO/C/HOR MS 400/C/HORA/V MS 4OO/SIGN2O MS 4OO/SIGN MS 1000/HOR (Sport 60) MS 1500/HOR (Sport 60) MS 1650/HOR (Sport 60)

Qtv.
12 12 12 12 12 12 6
t)

Notes Clear Coated Coated Clear Coated Coated Clear Coated Coated

(Hours) 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000

Nominal Mean Color Lumens Temp. 2000 0080 8000 7000 5000 000

Dimensions
Fix. Req

MOL (in )
B 5/16

LCL (in )
5 5

175 POMB 175 POMB 175 POMB 250 POMB 250 POMB 250 POMB 400 POMB 400 POMB 400 POMB

ED28 57330
ED2B ED2B
1

1 1 1 1

4000

IEIEI

E E
E

6348

M57 M57 M58 M58 M58 M59 M59 M59 M59 M59 M47 M48

11300
1 1 1 1

3700 K 3200 K 4000 K 3700 K 3200 K 4000 K 3700 K 3200 K 4000 K 4000 K 3400 3400 3400
K K K

8 5/16
B 5/16 B 5/'16 B 5/16 B 5/16

96677 94883 44155


4051 3

5
5
6

ED28
ED2B ED2B

E E
E E

'10000
1

5 7 7

ED37 ED37 ED37 ED37 ED37 BT56 BT56 BT56

40509

20000 20000 20000

32000
31

11 112 11
112

64648
50489 36706 47745 47503 82070 16419

E E E E

27700 32000 32000 93600


1 1

11 1t2 11 112 11 112


15 3/B

7
7 7

a* a* a* a*
t*

400 POMB 400 POMB


1

ti
6

Clr.Sign Vue (3) 20000 Sign Master (4) 20000 Clear


1

000 POMB 500 POMB 650 POMB

6 6 6

2000

Erdi

E E E

9112

1
1

Clear (2) Clear (2)

3000 3000

46000 60000

1s 3/8 1t2 't5 3/B 9112

ir

= New Product = Unique Product

F'o0tnotcs

See page

47 tior

cliscussion of safety and fixturc requirenlents

2. Lifc shorvn is rrted for 5 hours per start. .1, Optirlizcd lanrp lurlcns rt * 20 degrcc burning position.
4.

0ptirlizcd lanrp lLrrlcns ovcr tlre full rangc of horizontal


deg,rccs.

20

Warm Color & Daylight Color Metal Halide Lamps


One of the principal features of metal halide technology is its ability to be designed to provide white light in avariety of color temperatures. The warm color metal halide lamps provide a warm, incan-

The other end of the general

lighting color temperature spectrum is represented by the new daylight color from Venture Lighting. This 5000
K lanrp provides a clear, crisp blue-white light which can be

descent halogen compatible

color temperature appropriate for today's high impact ligh tin des ign s. Interior designers who prefer

used to enhance today's high technology chrome and glass interiors. It can also be used

retail

very effectively for outcloor

merchandising and landscape lighting applications.

the warmth of incandescent lighting can now achieve the same look with ntetal halide
at about 4 times the efficiency

of the standard incandescent


lamp.

17 5

Metal Halide Color Comparison

T Wide range of wattages available.

Operate on standard ballasts.

I Color selection to fit the application

- Warm for incandescent color compatibility - Daylight tbr a cool, high technology look
Std. Color 4000k

Warrn Color 3000k

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std.
Watts Base MED MED MED MED MED MED MOG POMB MOG POMB MOG POMB Bulb ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17
ED2B ED2B ED2B Product Number

Avg. ANSI Spec. M98SJ-70 M98SI-70 M90TW-100 M90TX-100 M107TT-150 Notes Clear Coated Clear Coated Coated Coated Coated Coated Coated Coated Coated
lnitial (Hours) Lumens Life
1 1 1 1

l-)imoncinnc Mean Lumens

Lamp Description

Case Qtv
12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Burning Position
BU,BD+.15"

Fix. Req.
E
E

MOL (in )

LCL
(rn
)

a* a* a* a*
a

70

64741 MS 7OIBU/BDA/V
901 70 MS 7OIC/BU/BDA/V

0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000

6000 5600 9000 8500


1 1 1 1

4s00
4200 6750

5 7116 3 7116

70
100 100 150

ilgu,so+t s'
BU,BD+.15"

5 7116 3 7116 5 7/16 3 7/16 5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7t16
B 5/16
5

28709 MS'1OO/BU/BDA/V
1

E
E

8463 MS 1OO/C/BU/BDA/V

6120
9000
1 1

BU,BD+15'

43498 MS 1SO/C/BU/BDA/V 52522 MS 17s/C/BU/MEDM


20981

Coated (2) "10000


1 1 1 1 1

2500 4000 4000 4000

tgu,go+t s'

E E

175 175 175 250 250 400 400

M57 -175
M57PF-175 M57 -175 M58PH-250 M58 -250 M59PK-400 M59 -400

0800 0800

MS 17S|C/BUA/V

96677 MS 17SIC/HORA/V
4051 3 MS 250/C/HORA/V

11000
1
1

il
t

ED28 18477 MS 250/C/BUA/V


ED37 ED37

20500 20500 36000 36000

5000 5000

5' BU+1 5' HoR*+s' BU+1 5'


BU+1

E
E

5/16

5
5

E
E

B 5/16

HOR+45" BU+15"

B 5/16

5 7 7

35142 MS 400/C/BUA/V
50489 MS 4OO/C/HORA/V

6 6

20000 20000

26000 26000

o
E

11 112 11 1t2

HOR+45'

Pro-Arc' & Super Pro-ArcrM Daylight Color Metal Halide Lamps


std.
Watts Base MED
tul,OG

Product Bulb Number

Lamp Description

Case Qtv
12 12 12

ANSI Spec. MgoTw-1oCI

Notes Clear Clear

Avg Life lnitial (Hours) Lumens

Mean Lumens

Burning Position Universal Universal

Fix. Req
E

Dimensions MOL LCL (in ) (in )

t:
a* a*
i

t* a* a*

1CIO

ED17 40684 MH IOO/UIDAY HD?8 7gs8t

7500 7500 7500 15000 15000

7000
1

5300 9000 14300

175

MH I:7S/IJIDAY

M57P8.175 M58PG'A50
MSgPJ.400 M59"400 M47PA-1000 M48FO-1500

2000

E E

ts0
400 400 1000 1500

MOG MOG POMB


,MOG,

EDzE ?'7252 Mhr zso/ul,DAY ED37 3681S Ml{ 400/UIDAY ED37 283Sp M$,a0otH0R/nAY Bil'56. 35914 hilH.1000/tiJ/nAV
tsT56

Clear Clear
Clear

19000 32500 34000 80000 125000

Universal Universal HOR+45"

I 5/1 I 5/16 I 5/16


11 112 11 1/2
15 3/8
15 3iB

5
5 5

6
6 6 b

24400
25500 60000 94000
IiootrIotes
l , Sec pagc

S
E E
E

7 7

Clear Clear

gs00 2254

e Universal
BU+105"
4J for
,t

91/2 91/2

MOG

10908 MH ISOOiHBU/DAY

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discussion of safety and fixfurc rcquircnients

2, Lanrp opcratcs on tlrc sarne ballast as tlte standard I75 Watt nrctal halide (M57) lanrp

LowWattage MetalHalide Lamps

Medium Base
The low wattage family has

dramatically extended the range of metal halide


applications. The core of this

cover glass in the fixture (pages t6 t 17).

Fixtures available for low


wattage metal halide lamps have grown substantially. These lamps are now found

product line is the medium

base universal operating


lamp in both clear and coated designs. Warm color medium base lamp designs are

in a diverse array of lighting


applications including parking garages, bollards, compact floodlights, downlights,

also available where

warmer look is desirable. Recent product line expansions include reflector (pages 18 & 19) and mogul base low

wattage lamps (pages L4 &15). The most recent additions to the low wattage family are the open fixture lamps which will require no

wallpacks and decorative street lighting. Everlwhere you look metal halide low wattage is being specified.

The next revolution


lighting has clearly begun.

in

r r r r

Compact EDl7 bulb, familiar and economical medium base. Choice of color temperatures. Wide range of wattages and lumen packages. Hundreds of fixture designs available for an extensive range of applications.

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std.
Product Bulb Number Case Lamp Description MH sO/U MH 50/C/U MH 7OlU MS 7OIBU/BDA/V MH TOICIU
MS 7OIC/BU/BDA/V Qtv.

ANSI Spec. M110TM-50


M1 10TL-50

Notes Clear Coated

Avg. Life lnitial Mean (Hours) Lumens Lumens

Nominal Color Temp.

Dimensions Burning Position Universal Universal


Fix. Req

MOL (in )

LCL

(in

t t

ED17 52312 ED17


1

12 12 12

5000 5000
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1

3400 3400 5600 6000 5600 5600 7800 9000 7800 8500
1 1 1 1 1 1
1

2700
2600 4200 4500 4000 4000 5850 6750 5600
61

4000 K 3700 K

E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E

5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116 5 7/16 3 7/16 5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116 5 7t16 3 7t16 5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116 5 7/16 37t16 5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116
5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116

3093

a*
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ED17 781 38 ED17 64741 ED17 12180 ED17 901 70 ED17 27266 ED17 28709 ED17 ED17
1 1

M98SJ-70 MgBSJ-70 M98SI-70 M98St-70 M90TW-100 M90TW-100 M90TX-100 M90TX-100

Clear (2)
Clear

0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000

12
12 12 12 12 12 12

4000 K Universal 3200 K BU/BDt 15" 3700 K Universal 3200 K BU/BDA 15' 4000 K Universal 3200 K BU/BDA15' 3700 K Universal 3200 K BU/BDt15" 4000 K 3700
K

a*
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Coated

()* t

MH

1OO/U

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Clear

c* t
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5823 8463

MS 1OO/BU/BDA/V MH lOO/C/U
MS 100/C/BU/BDA/V

Coated (2)
Coated

s0

ED17 44810 ED17 39083


ED1 7 ED1 7

MH 150/U MH 150/C/U
MS 150/C/BU/BDA/V

12 12 12 12 12 12
12

M107TS-150 Clear (2) (3) M107TT-150 Coated(2) (3) M107TT-150 Coated (3)

3500 3500 2500 5000 5000 6000 4000

10100

Universal Universal

a*

9720
9000 11250 10100
1

43498
1

5556

MH 175lU/MED
MH 175/C/U/MED MS 175lBU/MED
MS 175/C/BU/MED/VV

ED17 631 87
ED1 7 7031 0

M57- 175 M57- 175 M57- 175 M57- 175

Clear (2) Coated (2)


Clear Coated

3200 K BU/BDI15" 4000 K Universal 3700 K 4000 K 3200 K


Universal

5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116


5 7116 3 7/16

0000 .i0000
1

2000

BUt15'
BUl 1 5"

ED17 52522

0000

10100

5 7116 3 7116

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[rootnotes

Sec page

47 for

discussion of safety and firture requirentents.

2. Life shown is for vertical

430

degrees operation. All other burning

positions are75% of rated lifc. J. Larrp operates on the sarnc ballast as the standard 175 watt ntetal halide (M57) lanrp.

Mogul Base Low


Wattage Metal

Halide Lamps
The adciition of the mogul
base low wattage lamps

in an ED28 outer bulb provides

The very cool bulb wall temperature allows these lamps to be designed into
hazardous location fixtures
where bulb wall temperature

some interesting possibilities

for lighting applications. It


allows a standard mogul base

fixture to be offered in a lower light output package


with no change of the socket.
Adaptation of existing fixtures is often easily accomplished,

is a significant factor in the determination of the fixture


classification. CAUTION: Only

fixtures can be rated for


hazardous location applications, not lamps. Please refer

since the lower wattage ballasts are smaller than those used by the higher
wattage lamps.

to fixture manufacturers
literature for specific recommendations and ratings on

fixtures which utilize these


lamps.

Mogul base and larger bulb allow for easy adaptation of low wattage lamps into higher wattage mogul base fixtures. Cool bulb wall is ideally suited for use in many hazardous location fixtures.

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Watt Base Bulb srd. Product Case ANSI Number Lamp Description Qtv Spec. Notes 16017 MH TOIUIED2B 12 M98 Clear (2\ 67868 MH lOO/U/ED2B 12 M90 Clear (2) 12 M107 Clear (2) 69559 MH 150/U/ED2B Avg. lnitial (Hours) Lumens
Life

Mean Lumens 4200 5850 10100

Nominal Color Temp.

Dimensions Burning Position Universal Universal Universal


Fix. Req.
E E E

MOL (in)

LCL (in)
5 5 5

a* a*
<}*

0000 0000 1 0000


1 1

5600 7800 1 3500

4000 K 4000 K 4000 K

B5/16
B 5/16 B 5/16

.l

= Unique Product *= New Product l'ootnotes

l.

See page

47 for it discussion of safctv and firturc requircrlcnts,

2. Life shown is for vertical

30 degrccs operation. All other burning positions

re

75% of rrted lifc.

Open Fixture

Metal H alideLamps
This catalog marks the which provides an internal introduction of the most safety shield in the event of
significant development to date in low wattage metal halide technology the open fixture compatible lamp. Through a unique design concept, Venture Lighting has developed a lamp which is designed to be used in a completely open
fixture.

arc tube shattering. In this unlikely event, the outer


shroud is designed to prevent the hot quartz particles from the arc tube from breaking

The heart of the open fixture

lamp concept is the light capsule, containing an arc tube and an outer shroud

the lamp's outer bulb. This concept can be applied to a wide variety of outer bulb configurations. The initial products which incorporate this concept will find wide application in indoor commercial lighting for both
offices and r etail spaces.

SPECIAT SOCKET FOR OPEN STANDARD SOCKET FOR ENCLOSED FIXIURE LAMP

IS,

Unique "light capsule" design allows the lamp to be used in open fixtures. T No cover lens required on fixture. T Open flxtures allow for easy replacement of burned out lamps.

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STNDARD ED17

BULB

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std.
Product
Watts Base

Avg.
Life

a*

t*

a* a* a* a* i* a*

70 70 70 70 70
100 100 100

Bulb Number MED ED1 7 45424 MED ED17 14611 MOG ED28 47062 MED PAR38 19522 MED PAR38 21 983 MED ED1 7 96770 MED ED17 11245 MOG ED2B 37043

Lamp Description MS MS MS MH MH

Case ANSI Qtv. Spec.


12
12 12 12 12 12 12 12

(Hours 0000 0000 1 0000 7500 ITTilIET 7500 1 0000 1 0000


1 1

7OIBU/BD/OM

M9B

70/C/BU/BD/OA/V 7OIBU/BD/O/ED28^/V 7O/PAR38/FL 7OIPAR38/SP MS 1OO/BU IBDIO//./

MS 1OO/C/BU/BD/O/VV MS 1OO/BU/BD/O/ED28M

M98 M98 M98 M98 M90 M90 M90

Total Mean Lumens Lumens 6000 4500 5600 4000 4500 6000 (2\ (2)
(2) (2)

Nominal Color Temp.

Burning Position

'10000

9000 8500 9000

6800 61 00 6800

3200 3200 3200 4000 4000 3200 3200 3200

K
K K K K

BU/BDt15"

BU/BDt15' BU/BDI15'
Universal Universal

K BU/BDt15" K BU/BDt15"
K

BU/BDt15'

Dimensions MOL LCL (in ) (in ) 5 7116 3 7116 5 7t16 3 7t16 5 7116 3 7t16 5 5/16 5 5/16 5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116

O = Unique Product

*=
l,

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Footnotes
See page

47 for a discussion of safety and fixture requirements,

2. See pages 30 and

3l for data,

Reflector Metal Halide Lamps


Reflector metal halide lamps

however, lamps can

be

provide optical control built

right into the

lamp, eliminating the need for an external reflector in the fixture. An added benefit of the reflector lamp design is that the hermetically sealed bulb protects the reflector surface from the light reducing impact of dirt and corrosion. They are available in spot and flood beam patterns in 70, 100, and 175 watt designs. The most widely used color is the standard 4000 K white light,

supplied in warm or daylight color (special order).

These lamps being ^re in increasingly specified


landscape lighting. Also
available by special order are

primary color lamps of red,

green and

blue.

These

products were designed for

those special applications where a color enhances a


display

and visually

or ueates a unique
attractive

environment.

T Built in optical control; no fixture reflector required.

I I I

0perate on standard ballasts. Many color options available (special order).


Sealed reflector surface inside bulb remains clean

throughout life.

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lector Metal Halide Lamps


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Product Number 68020 92437
91

Avg ANSI Spec.


M9B M9B Life

Lamp Description
MH 7O/R4O/FL MH 7O/R4O/SP

Case Qtv
12 12 12 12 12 12

Center Beam
Cp

Hours) 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000

Beam Spread @50%


70

Nomina Color Temp.

Dimensions Burning Position Universal


Universa.l Fix. Req MOL

(in

70 100 100
tlJ

MED MED MED MED MED IVED

1 1 1 1 1 1

2300 60000 3300 80000 6500 95000

4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000

K K

E E
E

6 1t2
o ltl

I
<)

15"

079

MH 1OO/R4O/FL MH 1OO/R4O/SP MH 175/R4O/FL MH 175/R4O/SP

M90 M90 M57


tM57

70'
15

K
K

Universal Universal Universal Universal

6 1t2 6 1t2 6 1t2 6 1t2

<t l}

88671

E
E E

6596/
12144

70'
16

K K

1'

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White-Lux@

Metal H alideLamps
White-Lux@ is the cost effec-

tion of high pressure sodium

tive solution for replacing high pressure sodium lighting with the clean, white light of metal halide. These
lamps are designed to retrofit

unacceptable

lighting

for their requirements.


and

Higher productivity

directly into a high pressure

sodium 250 or 400 watt fixture with no change of ballast--just screw in the
White-Lux@

lamp.

Some

applications may require enclosed fixtures (page 47).

This radical new design eliminates the need for


ballast and ignitor changes or repositioning of the socket.

improved employee morale are often cited as benefits of the conversion to white light illumination. The high cost associated to change the fixtures or modify the current fixtures to operate metal halide is a barrier. With the White-luxo lamp, conversion from yellow to white light in
warehouses, factories, parking lots or any other location

is accomplished cost effectively by changing only the


lamp.

Many facilities today are finding the low color rendi-

Change from high pressure sodium to metal halide lighting by changing only the lamps--no change in ballasts, ignitors or sockets. Complete electrical compatibility with the 250 or 400 watt high pressure sodium ballast. Rated for open fixture use (400 watt only) if the lamp is operated vertically + 15 degrees.

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Pro-Arc' & Super Pro-ArcrM White-Lux@ Metal Halide Lamps


std.
/t/atl Base Product Bulb Number
91 051

Avg. ANSI Spec.


Life lnitial (Hours) Lumens

Lamp Description MS 250/BU/LU MS 250/C/BU/LU MH 4OOIU/LU/ED2B MS 4OO/BU/LU MS 4OO/C/BU/LU

Case Qtv
12 12 12

Mean Lumens 5400 4800

Nominal Color Temp.

Dimensions Burning Position


BU+1 BU+1

Fix. Req.

MOL
(in.)

LCL (in.)

a* a*
a

250 MOG ED2B 250 MOG ED2B 400 MOG ED2B 400 MOG ED37 400 MOG ED37

1 1 1

0000 0000 5000 5000 5000

20500 20500 36000 40000 40000

1
1

4000 3700 4000 4000 3700

K K K K K

30053 59441

5' 5'

B 5/16 B 5/16 B 5/16

314

E S

5 3/4
5

2BBOO

Universal
BU+1 5" BU+1

52134 72190

6 6
Footnotes

1
1

32000
31

000

5'

o o

11 11

112 112

314

5 3t4

*=

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New Product

Scc pagc 47 for r. discussion of safety and firturc requirerlents.

2. Life shown is forvcrtical

l5

degrees operation. All other burningpositions

ue75%of rateriltfe.

&
ffi

J. Lanrps operate on 250 watt ballasts desigrred for high pressure sodium (S50) larnp rypes. 4. Larlps operate on 400 watt ballasts dcsigned for high pressure sotlium (S5l) lamp rvpes.

ffi#flm

,ffi ffiil9

Reduced

"r:iil ,t )i.. ,/ii!,it

0uter Jacket MetalHalide Lamps


Metal halide larnps above 175 These lamps also provide the

watts, with their inherently

higher efficiencies, were originally designed as replacements for mercury


lamps. In order to make the

potential for better optical control than the full sized lamps, since the arc tube is able to be situated closer to
the reflector in the fixture. There are applications where a

transition from mercury to

metal halide fixtures


on metal halide lamps counterpart. Venture

as

painless as possible, the same size outer jackets were used


as

smaller fixture will provide

more cost effective systern, In

pole mounted fixtures the


effective projected area (EPA)

were used on their mercury


has determined that many of the

of the fixtures in
graphic
EPA

metal halide lamps can be


designed into smaller outer bulbs, which allows for the

part determines both the pole gauge and footer characteristics within a given geoThe higher the ^rea,. fixture (s), the more of the potential for cost will be in the pole and its installation. These

design of more compact fixtures. Often, these more


compact flxtures are selected

for lighting installations,


primarily due to aesthetic considerations, such as a
lower flrture profile.

special lamps from Venture


may allow for the utilization of

smaller size (lower


fixtures.

EPA)

Smaller outer bulb allows for a more compact fixture design. Reduced system cost possibilities for pole mounted

a cl trl

c
\1r U)

fixtures. Improved fixture optical control possible.

:; aJ

T Lower profile fixture designs.

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il*

Dimen SIONS

std.
Base MOG
MOG MOG

Avg. Notes lnitial Life (Hours) Lumens 20500 36000 36000


1 1 1

ffi
a

Product Number

Lamp Description

Case ANSI Qtv. Spec.


12
12 12 6

lVean

Lumens
.15400
2BBOO

Nominal Color Temp.

Burnrng Posrtion

Fix. Req

MOL (in )

LCL

(in

33479 MH 250/U/EDlB
57540 MH 4OO/U/ED2B

M58 M59 M59 M47 M48 M58


M5B

Clear (2)
Clear (2)

0000

4000 4000 3700 4000

K K K K

Universal Universal Universal Universal Universal

E E
E E E

I314
B 5/16
B 5/16

314 5 5 7

20000

MOG MOG POMB


.

20753 MH 4OO/C/UIED2B MH 1000/ulBr37 1 5332


66866
oocEc OOJJJ

Coated (2) 20000 Clear (2) 1 2000 Clear (3)


Clear Clear Clear Coated Coated Clear 3000 0000 0000

27700
BBOOO
1

0000

11 112
11 1t2

I
a

MH 1500/UlBr37
MS 250/HOR/ED1B MS 250/HOR/EDlB/W MS 4OO/HOR/ED2B MS 4OO/C/HOR/ED2B

55000

40000

3400 K 4000
K

12 12 12 12 12
Ct

1 1

23000 20500 40000 40000 36000


11

17250
1

HORt45'
HOR+45" HOR+45"

E E

a*
a

POMB POMB POMB POMB POMB I'


, ;ltl lirr

58483 21929 24573


ii

5400 000

M59 M59 M59 M47

20000 20000 20000


1

32000
31

3200 K 4000 K 3700 K 3200 3400


K K

I314 I314
B 5/16 B 5/.16 B 5/16

314

5 3t4
5 5 5 7

E E E E

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HOR+45" HOR+60'

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27700 93600

2000

7000

11

112

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VEI{TURE LIGHTING'S METAT


APPLICATIOI{
APPLICATION

LAMP FAMILY

ARCHITECT
AREA LIGHTING

CAR & PARKING LOTS

PARKING DECK

OUTDOOR AREA

EXTERIOR DOWNLIGHTING

LANDSCAPE

UNIVERSAL MOGUL Pages 4 & 5

VERTICAL MOGUL Pages 6 & 7


HORIZONTAL Pages 8 & I

WARM COLOR Pages 10 & 11


DAYLIGHT COLOR Pages 10 & 11 LOW WATTAGE MEDIUM Pages 12 & 13 LOW WATTAGE MOGUL Pages 14 & 15

OPEN FIXTURE Pages 16 & 17


LOW WATTAGE REFLECTOR Pages 18 & 19

WHITE.LUX'
Pages 20 & 21 REDUCED SIZE OUTER JACKET Pages 22 &23 INSTANT RESTART Pages 26 &27 GLARE GUARDTM Pages 28 &29
PAR METAL HALIDE Pages 30 & 31

DOUBLE ENDED Pages 32 & 33


Color chart corresponds to color tabs on product pages.

ROADWAY

Instant Restart Metal Halide Lamps


Standard metal halide lamps require from 5 to 15 minutes

Due to the high voltages associated with this system,


the fixture is required to be enclosed and the door safety

to restart after power interruptions. However, these instant restart lamps from Venture are capable of relighting instantaneously with the use of a specially designed ignitor. Power interruptions of l5 seconds or less will allow full restoration of light as soon as power is applied to the lamp. Interruptions longer than this will produce less than full light output upon re-ignition. The
amount of light produced will depend on the time the lamP
has had to cool down.

interlocked. These precautions are necessary to safeguard the user from the
danger of electrical shock.

Applications for this product include sports arenas (both indoor and outdoor), prisons, military installations, facto-

ries and any other location


where loss of light will cause

potential issues of either


safety or security.

ffi)

Nlows for instant restoration of light if a momentary power interruption occurs. Does not require the presence of an uninterruptible power supply. Designs are universal operation.

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/Vatts Base

Avg. ANSI Spec. M57. M58M59. M47. M48M48.


Life lnitial (Hours) Lumens

Bulb

Product Number

Lamp Description

Case Qtv
12 12

Mean Lumens 0500 5400

Nominal Color Temp.

Dimensions Burning
Posrtion Fix. Req.

MOL (in )
B 5/16 B 5/16

LCL (in )
5 5 7

a a a a a a a

175

MOG BT2B
MOG BT2B

43309 39885

MH 175/U/IS
MH 250/U/IS MH 4OOIU/IS

1 1

0000 0000 2000

4000

1 1

2s0
400

20500 36000
11
1 1

4000 K 4000 K 4000 K 4000 K 3400 K 3400 K 3400 K

Universal Universal Universal Universal

E E E E E E
E

MOG BT37

97352
31

6 6 6 6
6

20000
1

2BBOO
BBOOO
1 1 1

11 112
"t5 3/B

MOG BT56 1 000


1

685

500 MOG BT56

39097

'1500 POMB BT56


1 650 POMB BT56

45634
16419

MH 1000/u/ts MH 1sOO/HBU/IS MS 1500/HOR/lS MS 1650/HOR/rS

0000

I
I

1t2

3000 3000 3000

55000 62000

40000 46000 60000

BUtl 05'
HORr60' HORt60'

9112 .15 3/B 9112


15 3/B 15 3/B 1/2

177000

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Fr-rotnotes

L See page 47 tior a discussion of safct.v and firture requirelnents. 2,Lifeshownisforvertical l-30degreesoperation. All othcrburningpositions ue75%of ratedlife
3. Life rated at 5 hours per start.

Lanrps operate on standarct ballasts plus auxiliary ignitors.

Gl are GuardrM

Metal Halide Lamps


Glare Guard" metal halide lamps are easily identified by

the highly reflective aluminized coating on the top of


the bulb. Since this coating is both opaque and reflective, it effectively reduces glare while redirecting the spill light back into the reflector, The result is reduced glare and a more

Glare Guard'''* lamps have been used in both indoor and outdoor sports lighting, out-

door architectural lighting


and indoor downlighting for
malls, gymnasiums and com-

mercial spaces. The control of spill light is particularly advantageous where the lighting designer is attempting to keep light trespass to a

uniform lighting pattern on


the illuminated

minimum.
^rea.

T T T T

Glare reduction from fixture.

Reduction of spill light -- light trespass control. More uniform illumination. No special ballast or fixture required.

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Dimensions Natt Base Bulb Product Number
8.1032

std.
Lamp Description MH sO/U/GG MH 7OIU/GG Case Qtv
12 12 12 12 12

Avg. ANSI Spec.


M"110

Life Mean ln itial Hours) Lumens Lumens

Nominal Color Temp.

Burning Position Universa Universa Universa Universa Universa Universa Universa


BU+1

Fix. Req

MOL (in )

LCL

(in

a* a*
()*

50 70

MED ED17 MED ED1 7 MED ED17 MOG ED2B MOG ED2B MOG ED37 MOG BT56 MOG BT56

5000 7500 7500


1 1

3200 5200 7600


1

2400 3900 5700


1 1

4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 3400

K K K K K K K K

E E E E E E E E

5 7116 3 7116 5 7116 3 7116


5 7116 3 7116 B 5/16
B 5/16
5

39958 17457
1

M9B

100 175

MH 1OO/U/GG MH 175/U/GG
MH 250/U/GG MH 4OOIU/GG

M90 M57 M58 M59 M47 M48


f-ootnotrs

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0000 0000 2000

3600

0200 5000

250 400
1 1

201 55

20000 35000
1 1

5 7

34243
23517

6 6

20000
1

28000 85600
1

11

112

000 500

MH l OOO/U/GG
MH 15OO/HBU/GG

0700 5000

15 3/B 15 3/8

9112 9112

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discussion of safctv arrd tirture rrtltrilt,ntcnts.

2. Life shorvn is for vcrtictl

.1{tdcq,recs oprrrrtion, All other burning positions are 75% of rutcti lifc

3. t.ife riited at 5 hours pcr start.

Pro-Arc@ Glare

Guard" Lamp

Reduces Spill
PTo-ATc@

tight Up To 70%

TVFICAI;,ttfi ETAUI HAI-I DE LAM P

GLARE GUARDTM METAL HALIDE LAMP

Par Metal Halide

Lamps
The PAR38 metal halide
larnps are designed for open fixture operation. Available in
7

Where more light is needed over a longer distance, the

0 watt flood and

spot

designs, these lamps provide

an alternative to the higher wattage incandescent PAR lamps. The sealed PAR bulb provides protection for the internal aluminized reflector surface over the life of the
lamp. This means less impact

and Pfn64 ntetal halide larnps provide for excellent optical control in a narrow spot design. Wider
PAR56

beam patterns can

be

obtained through the use of standard spread lenses.

Anticipated applications for

the

on light output from


environmental factors such
as

PAR lamps include lighting for flags, atriums,


building columns and other

locations where drantatic


architectural lighting effects
are desired,

dirt and other airborne

contaminants.

T Narrow spot, highly directional light source. T Operate on standard ballasts. T Ideal for long throw lighting applications.

Sealed reflector surface inside bulb remains clean

throughout life.

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Base MED MED MOGPRG MOGPRG MOGPRG MOGPRG MOGPRG

Bulb
PAR3B PAR3B

Product Number 19522 21 983


65OBB

Lamp Description
MH 7O/PAR3B/FL MH 7O/PAR3B/SP MH 7O/PAR56/SP

Case Qtv
12 12

PAR56 PAR56 PAR56 PAR64 PAR64

62149 1 2635

MH 1OO/PAR56/SP MH 175/PAR56/SP
MH 250/PAR64/SP MH 4OO/PAR64/SP

4 4
4 4

70132
9351 4

Avg. Center ANSI Life Beam Spec. Notes (Hours) Cp. M98 Flood 5000 1 2000 M9B Spot 5000 40000 M9B Spot 1) 5000 1 05000 M90 Spot 2) 5000 1 06000 M57 Spot 2) 5000 1 08000 M58 Spot 2) 5000 21 0000 M59 Spot .l 5000 1 20000
Footrrotcs L Scc pagc 4J tu'

Beam Nominal Spread Color @ 50% Temp.


35
15

Dimensions

Burnrng

20 20 20
15

30

4300 K 4300 K 4300 K 4300 K 4300 K 4300 K 4300 K

Position Un versal Un versal Un versal Un versal Un versal Universal Universal

Fix. Req.

MOL

(in

o o
E E E E

5 5/16 5 5/16
5 5 5
6 6

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Photometric Performance
Spreao
Lamp Descriplion @

Beam

0" 50% D

Aiming Angle

Fc

Lamp Description @

Spreao 0' Aiming Angle _

Beam

50% D

10' 120 5'


Beam

7' 245 3.5', 3.5', 8' 190 4' 4' 9' 150 4.5' 4.5'
5'

@io,44o

20' 110 3'

L I 15' 195 2'

Fc

W
1'

lttr/oPARSoSPm

Lamp Descriprion

Sp's3s 6l SO..

Beam

-0D

AimingAngle

FC

W
3 3

25' 70 4'

2' 3'

4'

r$ -q ' lll\ ll ' rt ts ---

20' 340 2',


25',

30' 150 3'

220 2',

4'
5

spreao 0' Aiming Angle


Lamp Description @

50% D

Fc

W
s',
7',

Lamp Descrprion

170 z', 30' 120 3'


25',

20' 265

z',

anroa; 0 Aiming - Angle ffi6Xl D Fc L25' 170 2'

Beam

W
Z

Lamp Descript on @

Spread 0' Aiming Angle

Beam

50% D

Fc

8'

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30' 120 3' 40' 65 4'

8' 10'

13

25' 350 4' 8' 30' 245 s' 9' 40' Ao 6'12'

'

Lanp Descriptio.r @

Soread

Beam

0' 50./. D

Aiming Angle

FC

W
13' 15'
20',

30' 135 6'

25',

195 5'

Center beam footcandles. Beam length at 50% of center beam footcandles W = Beam length at 507o of center beam footcandles.
Fc L -

40' 75 8'

Double Ended
MetalHalide Lamps
The double ended metal halide lamps in 70 and 150
watt designs have become popular in Europe for lighting of displays in retail applications. With three color

temperatures

choose from(IOOO K, 3500 K, and

to

Venture has developed 't number of higher wattage double ended lamps. The primary advantage of these sources is their extremely compact size relative to the
nlore standard bulb configur-

4000 K), the designer can select the color to obtain the
desired look for the display.

ations. These larger wattages are finding use in sports and


fl

oodl ighting appl ications.

The compact design of these lamps allows them to be used in small flxtures. The lamps do, however, emit ultraviolet

radiation; requiring them to

with a cover glass

be used in enclosed fixtures

for

absorption of this potentially harmful radiation.

I r I

Very small lamp and fixture combination. Good optical control possible. Ballasts widely available.

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Bulb
20

Watts Base

Product Number

Lamp Description
MH-DE 7Ol4K MH-DE 7OI3.5K MH-DE 7Ol3K MH-DE
1OO

Case Qtv
12 12 12 12 12
12 12 12

ANSI Spec. M85PX-70 M85PX-70 M85PX-70 M91- -100..


MB1 PS-150

Notes

Nominal Life ln itial Mean Color (Hours) Lumens Lumens Temp. 7500 7500 7500 7500
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Avg.

Dimensions Burning Position


Fix. MOL Req (mm)

N/A

70 70 70

RSC RSC

60248
BTBBB
1

NeutralWhite
Brilliant White Warm White

5500 5500 5000 6800


1 1

3900 3900 3500 5440 9600 9600 9200 14400 14400 14400 24500 30000 80000
1

4200 K HOR+ 45'

E E E
E

120 120 120


138
'138

20 20 23
23 23 23 25 25 25 30 30 25 23

RSC
RSC RSC RSC RSC RSC Fc2 Fc2 RSC

6786

3500 K HOR+ 45' 3000 K HOR+ 45'


4200 K HOR+ 45" 4200 K HOR+ 45"

o*

100 150

23567 74756
7551 6

NeutralWhite NeutralWhite
Brilliant White Warm White
(4)

MH-DE 15OI4K MH-DE 150/3.5K MH-DE 150/3K MH-DE 250/HV MH-DE 250/3.5K MH-DE 25OI4K MH-DE
4OO

0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 5000 5000

2000 2000

E E E E
E

o*

150 150 250 250

MBl PS-150 MB,lPS-150 M103VL-250 M80PR-250 M80PR-250

11295
3801 3 35491

11500 20000 20000 20000 34000 40000


1 1
1

3500 K HOR+ 45' 3000 K HOR+ 45'


4200
K

138 138
'163

HOR+ 45"

12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Brilliant White

3500 K HOR+ 45"


4200 K HOR+ 45' 4200
K

163 163

t t

250 400 400


1
1

72748

NeutralWhite

E E E
E E

73110
281 65

FcZD
RSC RSC RSC

MS-DE 4OOIHORIZ MH-DE l OOO/TB/HOR/4 MH-DE 1500tT7tHORt7 MH-DE 1sOO/TB/HOR/4

Ml OBEF-4OO NeutralWhite(a) Ml OBEE-4OC NeutralWhite(2)(4


(3X5)

HOR+ 45" HOR+ 15'

254 254 178 256 178

4200 K HOR+ 45'

000 500 500

25628
46743 24694

3000
(3)(4)

00000 50000 50000

3800

4e0vt30

2000 2000
Irootnotes

30000 30000

3BOO K 3BOO K

25

265Vr25 (3)(6)

HORt 15" HORI 15"

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47 frtr

cliscussion of sat'etv and firturc require nrcnts,

l)owtttvltrd irtscrtrort blrc


Lif'e rated at 5 hours per start, Requires special ignitor, [,anrps opcrate on ballast clesigned for 1000 u,att (M47) lanrps and a specral ignitor Lanrps operatc on ballast designed fur 1500 rvatt (M4U) Iamps and a special ignitor

Please

Note

MOL:

3tJrnnr.

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International
Single Ended Metal Halide Lamps
Venture Lighting International has always been focused on Double ended lamps discussed

r-s1

metal halide lighting as a worldwide product. Many lamps in use in the United
States do

not adaptwell to the

international marketplace due to variations in voltages


and the control gear (ballasts

on pages 32 and 33 of this catalog are just one example of Venture's international commitment. The single ended products shown on these pages are some of the other types developed for international applications.

and ignitors) which ^re common in these markets. Based on input from our
strategic partners throughout

These lamps have been


designed to offer the user an advantage over the standard

the world, Venture has been developing lamps to meet the varying requirements of all
markets in which we participate.

products. tn addition, all of the single ended lamps in this catalog are available in

40 mogul or 27 medium screw bases for our international customers.


:,,1r

Lamps designed to operate on local control gear.

T lamps in familiar bulb shapes and bases. T Adaptation available for all Venture metal halide larnps
with 40 mogul and27 ntedium bases.

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Watts

Base E40 E40 E40

Bulb
ED2B

Product Number

Lamp Description

srd. Case Lamp Qty. Voltage 12 6 12

Avg.
Life

Notes Coated(2)(3) Coated(2)(3) Coated(2)(3)

(Hours)
1 0000 20000 20000

lnitial Lumens 20500 36000 36000

Mean Lumens
1

Nominal Color Temp.

Dimensions

Burning Position

Fix. MOL LCL Req (mm) (mm)


E E E

* *
o*

250 400
400

ED37 ED28

87664 HtE 250/C/U 34471 HIE 400lclu 58122 HIE 4OOICIUIED2g

130 135 135

5800

27000 27000

3700 K Jniversal 3700 K Universal 3700 K Universal

226

292 226

Super Pro-ArcrM White-Lux@ Metal Halide Lamps for High Pressure Sodium Ballasts.
i* a*
150

E40 E40 E40

ED2B

9803 HIE 1sO/C/BU/LU HIE OOICIBU/LU

12 12 b

t*
l* o* a* o* a*

250
400

ED28 ED37

3961 3 HIE25OICIBU/LU
541 60

100 100 105

Coated(5) Coated(5) Coated(5)

1
1

0000 0000 1 5000

1 3500 20500 40000

9700 4800 31 000


1

3700 K BU+1 5' 3700 K BU+1 5' 3700 K BU+1 5"

226 226 292

Pro-Arc'& Super Pro-ArcrM Low Wattage Metal Halide Lamps


70

E27 E27 E27 E27 E27 E27 E27 E27

70 100 100 150 150 150 150 150 150

o* o*

t*

t*

E26 E26

ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17 ED17

99936

MH

7jlclul27

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

85
B5

5291 0 MS 7OIC/BUIBDIOMI2T

26022 MH 1jjlclul27 65850 MS 1 oo/C/BU|BD|OM t27 64602 MH 1sjlclul27 23820 MS 1sO/C/BUIBDMI2T 69876 MS 15O/CiBUIBDMI2TILV 40563 MH 150/C/Ul27lLV 94986 MH 15o/C/U/LV 43911 MS 150/C/BU/BDM/LV

100 100
'1'10

110 95 95 95 95

Coated(2)(4) Coated(4) Coated(2)(4) Coated(4) Coated(2)(6) Coated(6) Coated(4) Coated(2)(4) Coated(2)(4) Coated(4)

0000

'10000
1

0000 1 0000 1 0000 1 0000 1 0000


'10000

5000 5500 7700 9000 11300 3000 1 2500 11500 11500 1 3000
1

3850 4250 5600 6500 8300 9350 9350 8300 8300 9350

'10000 '10000

3700 3200 3700 3200 3700 3200 3200 3700 3700 3200

K Universal
K

141 141 141 141 141 141 141 141 138 138

91 91 91 91 91
9'1

BU/BD+15'

o
E

K Universal K BU/BD+15' K Universal K BU/BD+15" K BU/BD+15" K Universal K Universal K BU/BD+15'

o
E E E E E E

91
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Footnotes

,:fL |

See page

47 for a discussion of safety and flrture requirements.

2. Life shown is for vertical

J0 degrees operation. All other burning positions xe75% of rated life.

J. Lamps are designed t0 operate on mercury control gear with suitable (3-4,5KV) ignitors. 4. Lamps will operate on HPS control gear, but require a minimum of a 3.3K1 ignitor pulse for starting. Fixtures require a 4,01tr pulse rated socket.
5. Lamps operate

on ballasts designed for high pressure sodium (150W100V, 250W, or 400W) lamp types, A 2.8 - 4.5N ignitor pulse is required for starting, to operate on 175 watt peak-lead ballast.
]i,

6. Lamps are designed

u*!,

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Ordering Code Cross Reference
Single Ended Metal Halide Lamps
by Wattage

VENTU RE

LIGHTING WATTS ORDERING CODE 175


88791

GENERAL ELECTRIC MULTIVAPOR MVR175/U

PHILIPS METAL HALIDE MH175/U MH175ICIU

SYLVAN IA

PRO-ARC'and
SUPER PRO-ARCTM MH 175lU MH 17\ICIU MS 175/HOR MS 175/C/HOR MS 175IC/BU^/V MS 175IC/HORA/V
MH 250/U MH 250/C/U MS 250/HOR MS 250/C/HOR MS 250/C/BUA/V MS 250/C/HORM MH 4OO/U MH 4OO/C/U MS 4OO/BU MS 4OO/C/BU MS 4OO/BD MS 4OO/HOR MS 4OO/C/HOR MS 4OO/C/BUM MS 40O/C/HORA/V MVR40OiU
MVR4OO/C/U MVR4OOiVBU MVR4OO/C/VBU
MH4OO/U

METALARC

ANSI CODE M57PE-175 M57PF-175

96627 57330
1

MVRl T'ICIU

MS175/HOR MS175/C/HOR

M57 M57
M57PF-'175

6348

20981

MXRl TsICIBU
MH25O/U MH25O/C/U

M175I3WBU.ONLY MS175/3K/HOR

96667

M57 M58PG-250 M58PH-250 M58 M58 M58PH-250 M58 M59PJ-400 M59PK-400 M59PJ-400 M59PK-400 M59PJ-400 M59 M59 M59PK-400 M59 M47PA-1000 M47PB-1000 M47PA-1000 M47PB-1000 M47PA-1000 M48PC-1500 M48PC-1500

250

63052
61

MVR25O/U

M250/U

290

MVR25O/C/U

M250lClU
MS25O/HOR MS25O/C/HOR M25OI3K/BU-ONLY MS25O/3K/HOR

94883 44155 18477


4051 3

400

8520

M400/u

83545 47432 62957

MH4OO/C/U MS4OO/BU MS4OO/C/BU

M400/c/u
MS4OO/BU-ONLY

MS4OO/C/BU-ONLY
MS4OO/BD-ONLY MS4OO/HOR MS4OO/C/HOR MS4OO/3K/BU

84878
40509 64648

MVR40O/VBD
MVR4OO/HOR MVR4OO/C/HOR

35142
50489
1

MS40O/3K/HOR

000

72051 88460 89113 59982 94669

MH 1000/u MH l OOO/C/U MS l OOO/BU MS 1000/c/BU MS l OOO/BD MH 1sOO/HBU MH 1sOO/HBD

MVRl

OOO/U

MH1000/u MHl
OOO/C/U

M1000/u

MVRl OOO/C/U

M1000/c/u
MSl OOO/BU-ONLY MSl OOO/C/BU-ONLY MSl OOO/BD-ONLY
M15OO/BU-HOR

MVRl OOOA/BU
MVRI OOOiVBD MVRlsOO/HBU/E MVRlsOO/HBD/E

MSl OOO/BU MSl OOO/C/BU MSl OOO/BD


MH1sOO/BU MH1sOO/BD

500

8360

79037

M1500/8D

Venture's Unique Metal Halide Lamps


Ordering Code Cross Reference

VENTURE LIGHTING ORDERINC


/VATTS

VENTURE LIGHTING ORDERING iVATTS CODE

VENTURE LIGHTING ORDERING /VATTS CODE

PRO-ARC'and sUPER PRO_ARCTT/

PRO-ARC'and sUPER PRO_ARCTI/

PRO-ARC'and
SUPER PRO-ARCTM

CODE

MS 175lBU MS 175/C/BU MS 175/BU/W MS 250/BU 63539 73530

MH 7OIUIEDZ8

MH 250/U/ED18 MS 250/HOR/ED1B MS 250/HOR/ED1BA/V

MS 4OO/HOR/ED2B 24573 MS 7O/C/BU IBDIO/// MS lOOO/HOR/8T37 MS 4OO/SIGN 20 MS 4OO/SIGN MH 7OIPAR3B/FL MH 7O/PAR3B/SP MS 1OO/BU IBDIOM 11245 MS 100/C/BU/BD/OA/V MS 1OO/BU IBDIOIEDZBM

MS l OOO/HOR (SPORT 60 MS 1500/HOR (SPORT


16419

MH 1000/ulBr37 MH 1500/UlBr37

MS 1650/HOR (SPORT 60)

MH 175/U/IS
MH 250/U/IS MS 7OIBU/BDA/V MH 7O/R4O/FL MH 7O/R4O/SP MH 1sOO/HBU/IS

MS 1OO/BU/BDA/V MS 100/C/BU/BDA/V MS 15O/C/BU/BDAru MS 17S/C/BU/MEDA/V

MH 1OO/R4O/FL MH 175IR4O/FL

MH 1OO/U/DAY MH 175/U/DAY
MH 4OO/U/DAY MS 4OO/HOR/DAY

17457

MH 175/U/GG
MS 4OO/BU/LU MS 4OO/C/BU/LU

MH lOOO/U/DAY MH 1sOO/HBU/DAY

MH 1sOO/HBU/GG

MH 7O/PAR3B/FL MH 7O/PAR3B/SP MH 7O/PAR56/SP

MH 1OO/PAR56/SP MH 175/PAR56/SP
MH 250/PAR64/SP MH 4OO/PAR64/SP

MH 175lUiMED MH 17'ICIU/MED

High Pressure Sodium Lamps


High pressure sodium lamps are somewhat more efficient

than metal halide lamps of the same wattage. They are popular for general lighting applications where it has been determined that color rendition is not important. Parking lots, street lighting and security lighting comprise the major applications for high pressure sodium.
These lamps are also used for
fl oodlighting where the materials in the facade

over the years to be an excellent outdoor lighting source with long life, good lumen maintenance and high system reliability.
Medium based low wattage
wattage larnps are
use.

and mogul based h igh


in
wide

The twin arc tube lamps were designed to provide a faster reignition system in case of

building

power interruptions. The


second arc tube is preheated

are best presented by the very

by the operating one, and it

warm appearance of high pressure sodiunt illumination"

High pressure

sodium

preferentially ignites after short duratiorr (less than 10 seconds) power interruptions, providing about 1015% of the full light output
upon ignition.

technology has shown itself

I r I

High efficiency general lighting source Long life. Excellent lumen maintenance.

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Product Number

Watts Base
35 35 50 50 70 70 100 100 150
150

Bulb
E17 E17

Lamp Description LU LU LU LU LU LU LU
LI.-J

srd. Case ANSI Qtv Spec.


12 12
12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Avg.
Life

ff

Mean
Lumens

Notes Clear Diffuse Clear Diffuse Clear Diffuse Clear Diffuse Clear Diffuse Clear Diffuse Clear Diffuse Clear Diffuse Clear Diffuse Clear Clear Clear Diffuse Clear Diffuse Clear

(Hours) 6000 6000 24000 24000


1 1

Nominal Color Temp.

#,il,., FQ$lia;fi';

MOL

,1

Dimensions LCL (in ) (in ) 3 7116 3 7/16 3 7116 3 7116 3 7116 3 7t16 3 7116 3 7t16 3 7116 3 7116
5 6

MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MED MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG

E17 E17 E17

41476 32584 60949 97683 51918


53631

35/MED 35/D/MED
5O/MED

s76 s76
56B
S6B

2025
935 3600 3420 5670 5387 8550 7920 14400 1 3s00
1

2100
2100

K K K

2100

sO/D/MED
7O/MED

2100 K

El7
E17 E17 E17 E17

69456

7O/D/MED lOO/MED
1OO/D/MFD

28286
28638 77770 34077 44761 90045 2s472

LU 150/55/MED LU 150/55/D/MED

s62 s62 s54 s54 s55 s55


56B
S6B

24000 24000
24000 24000 24000 24000

2100 K
2100 K

2100 K 2100 K 2100 K 2100 K 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100
2100
K K
K

5 7116 5 7/16 5 7116 5 7116 5 7116 5 7116 5 7116 5 7116 5 7116 5 ltt6

50 50
70

70 100 100 150 150 150

E231/2 E23112 E23112 E23112 E23112 E23112 E23112 E23112


ED28
ED1 B ED1 8

u50

12
12 12 12 12 12 12 12

24000
24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000

hiL14-Sjffiixii
i,iiSl$lfrS,.Jlj

3600

i[rl$'$s SHIllll 7 314

72538 LU sO/D
LU 70 LU TOID LU 100 87785 LU l OO/D 6461 6 LU 150/55 54192 LU 150/55/D 30035 LU 150/100 34912 LU 2OO 35946 LU 250 90960 LU 250/D 17934 LU 4OO 17461 LU 4OO/D 86345 LU 1000

3420
5670 5387 8550

s62 s62 s54 s54 s55

L3A
7 3/4

l,it!ffi$li.$ffIi{i
t.lit

7920
14400 3500 1 3500 1 9800 24750
1

K K K
K

iiit 7 3t4
7 314

7 314
7 3/4

5 5 5 5 5
q q

s5s
s56 s66 s50 s50
s51 ss1

12
12 12 12 12 12 12

200 250 250 400 400 1 000

2100 K 2100 K 2100 K 2100 K


2.100 K

7 314
,;i{

7 314 9 314

I3/4

ED2B ED1 8

23400
45000
427sO
1

ED37

E25

s52

24000

26000

2100 K 2100 K 2100 K

tl
1

I314
s st+
1 5/'16

5 314 5 314 5 314 5 314


7
B 314

lii

15 1/16

Pro-Arc"o

Double Ended High Pressure Sodium Lamps

Pro-Arc'"'Twin Tube Hi h Pressure Sodium Lamps: Standby Lamps.


T141t2
T14112
Twin Tubes

Mercury Vapor Lamps


Clear mercury lamps were at

one time the mainstay of street lighting and are still in use on many of our

sources displayed in abundance on the prior pages,

secondary roads. High

pressure sodium has all but replaced mercury for modern

street lighting with


su

perio

ffic

ie n

cy

its

an d

lumen maintenance. The


improved color rendition of the phosphor coated deluxe

color mercury lamps have allorved their use in the


retailing environment, Once
again, however, these lantps are rapidly being replaced irr

Where lamp-to-lamp color uniformity is critical, deluxe color mercury lamps are still selected today. The Venture product line contains prirnarily those sources which provide increased color rendition. The deluxe white lamps are 4000 K with a CRI oI 4).

these applicatiorrs by the more efficient metal halide

Consistent color uniformity.

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Pro-Arc'i' Mercury Vapor Lamps


lVatts 40 50 75
'100

Base MED MED MED MED MED MOG MOG MOG MOG MOG

Bulb

Product Number

Lamp Description/ ANSI Code H45DL-40-50/DX

std.
Case Qtv
12 12 12 12

Avg.
Life

(Hours) 24000+
24OOO+ 24OOO+ 24OOO+
1

lnitial Lumens
1

Mean Lumens 910 910 2250 3400 3000 3400 7600 1 0700 19100 47500

Nominal Color Temp.

Burning Position Universa Universa Universa Universa Universa U niversa U niversa U niversa Universa Universa

Dimensions MOL LCL (in ) (in ) 5 7/16 5 7116 5 7116

817 817
E17

37178

140

37178 H45DL-40-50/DX 92978 H43AV-75/DX


47080
1

100 100

423 423

H38MP-1OO/DX H38LL-1
OO

1140 2800 4300 3700 4400 8500 1 3000 23000 63000

4000 K 4000 K 4000 K 4000 K 4000 K 4000 K 4000 K 4000 K 4000 K

3ltB
3 1/B 3 1/B

57t16
5 7116

31t2
3112
q 6 6
7

1281

20
12 12 12

BO00+

175

250
400
1

000

E23112 31443 BT2B 29171 BT2B 20098 ED37 76447 BT56 17304

H3BJA-1OO/DX

24OOO+ 24OOO+

112

H39KC-17slDX
H37KC-250/DX
H33GL-4OO/DX

B 314 B 3t4 11 112 15 3/B

24000+
24OOO+ 24OOO+

6 6

H36GW-1000/DX

9112

Pro-Arc' Reflector Mercury Vapor Lamps


100

MED MED MOG

175
400

R40 R40 R60

14924 99253 27216

H38BP-1OODX/FL H39BP-175DX/FL H33FS-4OODX/FL

12 12 6

24000 24000 24000

2850 5750 1 5500

2300 4800 12400

4000 K 4000 K 4000 K

Universal Universal U niversal

7 112 7 112
10 7tB

LAMP PERFORMANCE RATING AND GEI.{ERAL INF.ORMATION FOR HIGH II{TENSITY DISCHARGE LAMPS
with a minor shift to a warmer color and a small reduction of lumen output. The deluxe color mercury lamps also utilize a phosphor coated bulb. In these lamps, the phosphor is used to convert the ultraviolet radiation emitted by the arc tube into visible energy which provides for substantial color
improvement. DIFFUSE FINISH high pressure sodium lamps have a non-

This section of the catalog will assist the reader in the interpretation of the technical data tables shown for each
product family of High lntensity Discharge (HID) lamps . The

information is organized in the same order as it appears in

the tables.Page 47 gives some special information concerning the safe operation of metal halide lamps. Please read this

entire section for guidelines as to the proper operation of


these light sources.

phosphor coating material which provides for a softer illumination, but does not alter either the color temperature
or CRL

The performance ratings shown are based on lamp testing, under controlled conditions, 0n A.C. circuits with auxiliary equipment which meets Venture standards. The performance of these lamps under typical service conditions may vary somewhat from rated values. All lamp specifications and ratings are subject to change without notice.

The product number


these lamps.

is a unique 5-digit number used to identify a specific lamp. This number can be used to order

Actual lamp watts may va,ry, depending on the ballast characteristics. For total system watts, add nominal ballast
watts.

These unique codes provide a shorthand description of the lamp and can be used alone or in combination with the product number when placing an order. Abbreviations used

in these codes are:


MH

Pro-Arc"' Standard Lamp

Venture HID lamps have corrosion-resistant brass or nickel plated brass bases. Some metal halide lamps are equipped with a Position Oriented Mogul Base (POMB) and should only be used in proper sockets. Descriptions, abbreviations and drawings of bases are shown on page 45.

MS
DE

Super Pro-ArcrM Lamp


(High Output) Double Ended Lamp

/BD /BU IC /DAY

Base Down Burninq Position Base Up Burning Position


Phosphor Coated Bulb Daylight Color Flood Glare GuardrM Reflective Bulb Horizontal to Base Down Burning Position Horizontalto Base Up Burning Position Horizontal Burning Position

The mogul base has numbers and letters impressed on its surface which represent months and years. This allows the user to record the date of installation by marking the letter

IFL
/GG /HBD

which coincides with the month and the number which coincides with the last digit in the current year.

/HBU

Descriptions, abbreviations and drawings of bulbs are shown on page 45.The outer bulbs of Venture HID lamps are made of glass which is designed to have strength and thermal shock resistance suitable for operation in typical fixtures; however,

/HOR

/ts
ILU /LV /MED /MOG

lnstant Restad Lamp White-Lux'Lamp


Low Voltaqe Medium Base Moqul Base Spot Universal Burninq Position

all HID lamps must be shielded from direct contact with


water or other liquids which could result in lamp breakage.
CTEAR FINISH

lamps are recommended to provide maximum light and favorable color in applications where optical control is required.
COATED FINISH metal halide lamps have phosphor coated bulbs to provide a warmer appe r^nce in applications where

/SP
IU
A/V

Warm Color
Neutral White Brilliant White Warm White

l4K /3.5K

softer shadows and subtle highlights are preferred. The phosphor coated bulbs provide a more uniform brightness,

t3K

in some lamp ordering codes are letter and number codes which designate the bulb shape and bulb diameter (see page 45). In general, items which are considered standard and well recognized are not included in the order code; therefore, an MH 4001U does not include a bulb shape designator of /8D37, or a /MOG for the mogul base in the order code, as this is the standard construction. However, the smaller bulb version of this same lamp will include a bulb size in the order code: MH 400/U lED28.
Also included

The notes column is used to specify additional information pertaining to a lamp. Footnote references are contained in

this column.

Average life is a value of lamp life expectancy based on laboratory tests of representative lamps at rated voltage for 10 hours per start, unless otherwise indicated. The average life

The lamp ordering code is a unique code which provides a shorthand description of the lamp, and can be used alone or

values are the total operating hours at which the median $0U,1 of any large group of lamps, initially installed under normal conditions at rated voltage, will still be burning.

in combination with the product number when placing orders. Abbreviations used in these codes are:
LU

Pro-Arc' High Pressure Sodium


Diffuse Medium Screw Base Recessed Single Contact Base, Double Ended Desiqns

Lamp operating conditions can also affect lamp life. At burning cycles shorter than 10 hours per start, the median life will be shortened. At 5 hours per start, the approximate
lamp life is 75% of the rated life. At 2Il2 hours per start, the approximate lamp life is 50% of the rated life. At I U4 hours per start, the approximate lamp life is 40% of the rated life.

ID /MED /RSC

n7

Tubular Bulb 7/8" diameter


Twin Tube

nf

The bulb and base temperatures of all high intensity discharge lamps must be maintained within certain limits or short life may result. Product specification bulletins are
available that specify these limits.

The lamp ordering code


code. This code
these codes are: /AV /DL /GL /GW IH /BP /FS tJA IKC /MP

for mercury lamps is the ANSI is unique for each lamp and provides a shorthand description of the lamp. Abbreviations used in

Ratings are averages based on photom etry at rated lamp watts

after 100 hours of operation. Zero hour lumens are not


accurate indicators of performance and may be as much
as

E17 Bulb, Medium Base

817 Bulb, Medium Base ED37 Bulb, Mogul Base

20% higher (metal halide) or 7% lower (high pressure sodium) than ratings. When universal burning metal halide lamps operated in off-vertical burning positions, initial ^re lumens will be lower than the rated values. Performance

ratings for universal lamps are determined in vertical


operation.

8T56 Bulb, Mogul Base


Mercury Lamp (R40) Reflector Bulb (R60) Reflector Bulb ED23 112Bulb, Mogul Base
BT2B Bulb, Mogul Base

A23 Bulb, Medium Base


Deluxe White (phosphor coated)

iDX

Ratings are averages based on photometry at rated lamp watts-at 40o/o of average life for lamps operated on typical commercial ballasts at 10 burning hours per start (except as noted). Lumen values of universal and vertical lamps are measured in the vertical burning position, while horizontal lamps are measured in the horizontal burning position.

Under this section of the catalog, the standard case quantity references the full case quantity for each lamp type. Any

order for a number of lamps less than the standard case quantity is subject to broken case pricing.

0n commercial metal halide ballasts, lamp wattage tends to rise slightly throughout lamp life; therefore, actual mean lumens of lamps in service on typical commercial ballasts are higher than rated mean lumens. When universal lamps are operated in off-vertical burning positions, mean lumens will be lower than the rated vertical operation values and life
will be shortened.

This is a unique code assigned to each lamp by the American

National $tandards lnstitute (ANSD which describes both the electrical and physical characteristics of the product.

Ratings are averages based on photometry at rated lamp watts, at 50% of rated life, for lamps operated 10 or more hours per start on typical commercial ballasts.

0n most commercial ballasts, lamp

wattage

will

slowly

All mercury and high pressure sodiunt lamps shown in this catalog are able to be operated in any position; however, the operation of rnetal halide lamps in burning positions other than those specified can result in severe reductions in performance and potentially nonpassive failures. Certain
burning positions require suitably enclosed fixtures for safety reasons. Descriptions and drawings of burning positions, along with a discussion of proper fixture enclosure practices for rnetal halide lanrps, are shown orr page 47.

increase until a peak is reached some time during lamp life, then the lamp wattage will slowly decrease. During rated life

0n commercial ballasts, mean lamp lumens and lamp


wattage will average close to their ratedvalues.

Reflector lamps beam candlepower ratings are averages of the center beam intensity of reflector lamps output when operated at ratedwatts.

to

Beam spread is the angle of the beam in degrees measured 50% of the center beam intensity.

The codes in the fixture requirenrent coluntn indicate whether the lamp nrust only be operated in an errclosed fixture or in an open fixture witltin the specified burnirrg position limitations. It is essential that you read the safety information 0n burning positions and fixture requirentents 0n page 47. Lantps must be supported in fixtures by the bases only. Early performance degradation can result from metal parts of the fixture contacting the glass bulb of the
lamp.

The correlated color temperature of a light source, expressed in degrees Kelvin (K), describes the chromaticity or apparent

whiteness of the lamp which contributes to the visual appeaLr^nce of the lighted space. Color temperatures (where
shown) are appr oximate.

The maximum overall length of single ended lamps is the maximum distance in inches from the top of the bulb to the bottom of the base. For double ended lantps, it is the maximum end-to-end length,

Nl metal halide lamps normally exhibit some lamp-to-lamp


color variation and gradually change in color throughout life. This change during life is toward a warmer appearance and slightly lower color temperature. Near the end of rated life, color temperature may increase and shift toward blue. Metal halide lamps can operate well beyond rated life; however, the light output will be low and the color of the lamp will change
significantly.

The light center length for high intensity discharge larnps is the distance in inches from the center of the arc to a specified reference point on the larnp base, usually the bottom.

Burning position, ballast regulation characteristics and normal variations in supply voltage will affect lamp color and
light output.

Bulb designations consist of letters to indicate the bulb shape, followed by numbers which irrdicate the bulb diameter in l/ti

inch increments, Bulbs are measured at their largest


diameter. F'or example, an ED28 bulb is an elliptical dimpled slrape, 3Il2 inches in diameter.

High pressure sodium lamp color temperature is also


affected by ballasts, lamp design and life; however, because of the saturated yellow spectrum, it is usually less noticeable.

All single ended Pro-Arc'E and Super Pro-Arc'*' lamps have brass or nickel plated brass bases.

The Color Rendering !ndex (CRI) is a mathematically developed rating based on the spectral distribution in comparison to a standard source, It is an indication of a lamp's ability to show all colors of the visual spectrum. This characteristic is not listed in the data tables.

Pro-Arc' and Super Pro-ArcrM

Bulbs and Bases

T14112
Tubular 13116" Diameter

ED17

Elliptical Dimpled
2118" Diameter

ED18 Elliptical Dimpled 2114" Diameter

ED231t2
Elliptical Dimpled 215116" Diameter

ED28 Elliptical Dimpled 3112" Diameter

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ED37 Elliptical Dimpled 4 518" Diameter

BT37 Blown Tubular 4 5lB" Diameter

R40 Reflector Bulb 5" Diameter

PAR38 Medium Base 4 314' Diameter

BT56 Blown Tubular T" Diameter

Double Ended

E39 or

E26
or E27

E40

H
T Tubular

f7 =23

mm, TB = 25 mm

RSC Recessed Single Contact

MOG Mogul Base

POMB Position Oriented Mogul Base

MED Medium Base

M
Fc2D Ceramic/Clamp Downward lnsedion

I
Mogul
End

Prong

PAR64 PAR Bulb 8" Diameter

PAR56 PAR Bulb 7" Diameter

IMPORTANT APPLICATIOI.{, CAUTION ND SAFETY II{FORMATIOI{ FOR HIGH INTEI{SITY DISCHARGE LAMPS
$$E{;$$ {r${E::};IIj}{t: lr{}t r${r&t - End-of-life usually occurs when the lamp reignition voltage exceeds the voltage available from the ballast. The lamp typically starts, warms up, turns off and then restarts. This on/off cycling is the most common mode of failure of high pressure sodium

Ratings are based o n lamp testing, under controlled conditions, 0n A.C. circuits with equipment which
meets Venture standards. The performance of these lamps, under typical service conditions, may vary somewhat from rated values. Nl lamp specifications and ratings are subiect to change without notice.

lamps.

MERCURY - The end-of-life of these lamps is a passive


dimming process. These lamps have extremely long lives and reach end-of-life by an eroding of the electrodes in the arc tube, causing heany tungsten deposits (blackening) on the arc tube. Thls ultimately reduces light output to very low
levels.

High lntensity Discharge (UtO)lamps require auxiliary bailast equipment designed to produce proper electrical values. Nl pro-Arc' metal halide lamps will start at ambient temperatures of -30oC (-22"F) when used on approved
ballasts, Pro-Arc@ High Pressure Sodium (HPS) lamps start at -60oC on approved ballasts.

Thesc lattrps cornplv witlt Federal Stanclald includirrg the follolvittg ivarnitlg tttltice:

2l

CF'R 1040.30,

Full light output does not occur immediately when power is applied to cold HID lamps. For metal halide and HPS, there is a time delay of 2 to 4 minutes before the lamps reachg0% of their full light output. For mercury lamps, the delay is 5 to
7 minutes.

R \XARNII,JG: This latttp cttn callse serious skitr bttrtr and cye

inflanuttation lront ihortil,ave ultraviolet radiation if the outcr envclope of larnp is broken tlr lluttctttrecl, attd the arc tube cotttinires to operate. Do not use where people will rentaitt for tngre than a fclv nrintttes ttttless adequate
shielding ot' other safety precatttiotls arc ttsect. Certailr types of these'ianrps nhich lvill autotnatically extingtrish when the outer cnvelope is brolten or puttctttred are cotnntercially
availalrlc.

When there is a power interruption of l/2 cycle or more' HID lamps will extinguish and will not immediately restart when power is applied. Several minutes are required before an arc can be re-established by a normal ballast and starter. The exact time for restarting is dependent upon the ballast and starter, the lamp wattage, the flrture and any variation in supply voltage. Once the lamp restarts, several minutes will be^ie{uired to reach full light output. The time required to establish full light output can be as short as 5 minutes or as
long as 15-20 minutes.
For those applications where loss of light is either a safety or security issue, there are options available in metal halide and HPS lamps. Pro-Arc@ instant restart metal halide lamps can

SPECIAT CAUTIONS FOR DISCHARGE LAMPS High intensity discharge lamps must only be used in auxiliary equipment whicli meetr the electrical specifications of NSi. Total load can be determined by adding auxiliary watts to lamp watts. Venture tighting International will not be responiible for unsatisfactory performance, property damage

0r personal injury resulting from lamp operation in


unauthorized auxiliary equipment
.

restore Tull light output immediately in the case of momentary power interruptions. (see pages 25 & 27). Standby high pressure sodium lamps will provide 10-15% of total light output after amomentary power interruption. (see pages 36 &37).

Wear safety glasses and gloves when installing or removing these lamps.-Direct contact with water, scratches to the outer envelope or undue pressure can cause these lamps to break. If the outer envelope should break, immediately turn off the

power. Do not remove the lamp until it has cooled. Avoid iontact with the arc tube support to prevent electrical shock. Replacement lamps should be screwed firmly, but not forcibly, into the socket to avoid loosening due to vibration. A

complete statement of precautions and operation


instructions is furnished with each lamp.

fail in a nonpassive manner. This occurs primarily when lamps are bperated in off-vertical burning positions; therefore, the fixture requirement specifications should be carefully
METAL HATIDE - These lamps sometimes adhered to when enclosed fixtures are specified. (see page
47).

If the outer jacket of a metal halide or mercury lamp is broken, it is important to turn off power to the lamp to

h.
a

prevent injury wliich could be caused by ultraviolet radiation


eXOOSUfe.

--

sodium lamps are vacuum and may ^ if broken. Suitable protection caution, such as eye frmplode
High pressure

jacketed

enclosed fixtures and the suitability of the lens/diffuser material to be used. Fixture manufacturers can help with
these decisions.

and gloves,

should be used during installation and removal.

application and other technical information, contact Venture Lighting International's


For more detailed
Marketing Department.

REDUCTION OF RISK
The potential of violent failure can be significantly reduced

by relamping at or before the rated end-of-life. In


applications where the lamps burn continuously, the lamps should be turned off for a period of 15 minutes at least once per week, which will cause lamps nearing their end-ollife to fail passively upon relighting. Careful adherence to the above precautions may not eliminate all possible risk associated

The operation

of metal halide lamps in burning positions

in severe reductions in performance and potential nonpassive failure. Lamp life,


other than those specified can result

light output and color can be affected by the burning


position. Certain burning positions require suitably enclosed fixtures for safefy reasons.

with the risk of using metal halide lamps, but it will reduce the likelihood of personal injury 0r property damage.

refer to the Fixture Requirement column in the Lamp Specifications section. The codes describe the fixtures
Please

required:

E S I

Must only be used in suitably enclosed fixtures. Universal burning position lamp can be operated in open fixture when the burning position is vertical base up or vertical base down -r l5o; otherwise, an enclosed tixture is required.
Can be operated in open fixture within the specified burning position limits; otherwise, an enclosed fixture is required.
BU + 150

SAFETY
All metal

Base Up Requires enclosed fixture.

halide lamps have quartz arc tubes that operate at extremely high temperatures and may shatter unexpectedly as a result of misapplication, system failure or internal factors. This violent failure could cause extremely hot glass
and

lamp parts to discharge into the surrounding


Requires enclosed fixture.
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environment, creating L risk of personal injury, fire or


property damage.
Requires enclosed fixture.

It is incumbent on the user to use common sense and good judgment in anticipation of these potential violent failures. If

the environment near the lamp

is susceptible

to

contamination from flying glass, or materials used in the environment are flammable, 0r personnel would be exposed to infury by flying glass, then enclosed fixtures should be used even if the lamp type does not require enclosure.

Requires enclosed fixture.

Requires enclosed fixture


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New

and existing installations should consider the risk of injury 0r property damage to determine the need for

Metal Halide Positive Environment al Imp act


ELECTRICAL ENERGY USAGE
TOTAL CONSUMPTION

Shown in the many pages of this catalog are the wide array of metal halide lamps available from Venture Lighting. Metal halide lamps are often the lighting technology of choice for today's environmentally conscious world. In addition to being a compact, versatile white light source, these lamps
also offer excellent benefits to the environment.

2,634 BILLION KILOWATT HOUFS

RESIDENTIAL
904 BILLION KWH

COMMERCIAL
724 BILLION KWH

OTHER
91 BILLION KWH

It is estimatedthat the U.S. energy bill for lighting alone is $32 Uittion. About 72% of this is used by commercial, institutional and industrial consumers. Since lighting
consumes almost 25% of their total energy usage, efficient

INDUSTRIAL
915 BILL ON KWH

lighting can play a substantial role in any energy savings


plan directed at these end users.

Throughout the United States, it is estimated that l0% of our total electrical energy bill could be saved through the

utilization of efficient lighting. This would result in an energy savings of about 278 billion KWH per year.

G
ELECTRICAL ENERGY USAGE
LIGHTING CONSUMPTION
455 BILLION KILOWATT HOURS

RESIDENTIAL
1

17 5 BiLLION KWH

't3"k

Pollution Reduction
The average power plant in the U.S. consumes about
1

pound of coal or .075 gallons of oil to produce one kilowatt hour of electricity. Based on the current fuel mlx used to generate electricity, a 10% reduction in total electrical usage would save about 75 million tons of coal and almost 27 million barrels of oil. This reduction in fossil fuel usage would also reduce pollution to the atmosphere by approximately 197 million tons of carbon dioxide, 1.7 million tons of sulfur dioxide and 692
thousand tons of nitrogen oxides.

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Reduced Electrical Demand


Power generatin

Reduction of Solid Waste


it was shown that 45 - 100 watt incandescent light bulbs are needed in order to generate the same lumen hours of one 100 watt metal halide lamp. These 45 incandescent bulbs will create almost 20 times

g facil-

0n page 3 of this

catalog,

ities cost about $t.OO for


every watt of capacity. The

l0% electricity reduction in demand cited earlier would translate into not

more solid waste than the metal halide lamp. Even fluorescent lamps, which have close to the same efficiency as the metal halide lamps, will create about 10 times more solid waste for the same number of lumen hours. As landfill sites become even more scarce, solid waste issues such as this will be important.

building power plants


with a generating capacity

of 278 billion kilowatt


hours.

0f course, the energy


savings are not confined just to the energy saved

by the lighting.

Not

building the power plants saves the enerry which would have been expended to build the materials needed for the plants. Annual maintenance costs for the power plants are also saved. The reduced heat output of the more efficient lamps also reduces the power
needed

for air conditioning by another 5% in a typical

commercial application.

HOW MUCH LIGHT IS NEEDED? EFFECT OF AGE ON ILLUMINATION REQUIREMENTS.

Ercellent User Value


Not only do we have the opportunity to save enerry, reduce air pollution and save 0n solid waste generation, but we can do so while improving the quality of our lives through better lighting. As we age, we require much more light to perform a given task than we did when we were young. Metal halide will provide all of the environmental benefits discussed

to maintain or even improve our lighting. Metal halide the lighting technology of tomorrow - today.
above while allowing us
AGE

10

AGE

20

AGE

30

AGE

40

AGE

50

AGE 60

By age 60 a person may require 15 times more light than a child to complete a particular visual task