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surface-mounted

fluorescent lighting
The basic design objectives reflected in Lightolier's
wide range of advanced fluorescent luminaires are:

SUPERIOR PHOTOMETRIC PEHFORMANCE


Refractors, injection-molded in one piece, have pre-
cise prisms for exceptional brightness control.
Prismatic shieldings provide optimum efficiency and
good control of surface brightness.
Diffusers of uniform whiteness provide generous, (A) INJECTION MOLDED PBISMATIC LENS. One-piece injection
soft illumination. molding assures precision, uniformity and ruggedness, sets a new
standard for brightness control in the 55"-90'zone, both crosswise
Louvered shieldi ngs provide direct-i ndirect illumina- and lengthwise. (B) INTERLOCKING ENDS. Precision rib-embossed
end plates interlock to assure true alignment when fixtures are
tion with positive cut-off and low brightness side- mounted in continuous runs.
Iig hting.

REFINED APPEARANCE

Shallow depths meet today's lower ceiling needs.


Frameless shieldings provide large luminous areas
and avoid the cluttered "frame in a frame" look of
metal-framed shieldings.
No extraneous hardware, exposed hinges or "styl-
ing treatments."
Careful detailing prevents light leaks and light spill
on adjacent ceiling areas where spill is not intended.
Selection of sizes, shapes and lamp arrangements
permit coordinated lighting schemes for a lvide (C) CLEAN DETAILING. Seamless, drawn end pieces fit flush into
variety of area needs. matching offset in side of housing. There are no exposed sheet metal
edges. (D) EXTRUDED FRAMES. Heavy-gauge extruded anodized
Optional genuine walnut frames on standard prod- aluminum frames, with corners mitred and keyed for precise fit,
fully enclose light source, eliminate light spill.
ucts permit distinctive treatment of selected areas
while maintaining design continuity.

BUTLT-tN QUAL|TY, StMpltFtED MATNTENANCE,


EASE OF INSTALLATION
Flugged, heavy-gauge constructions install easily,
reduce maintenance costs.
Fully enclosed, dust-free constructions assure main-
tenance of high photometric efficiency.
Easy-to-handle frameless shieldi ngs.
Hidden hinges suspend shieldings safely during re-
lamping.
Maximum lamp-to-shielding spacing within shallow (E) LUMINOUS JOINTS. Enclosed luminous ends of one-piece, injec-
overall depth provides longer diffuser life. tion-molded refractor eliminate the need for joiner straps, create
clean, unbroken lines of light. (F) FBAMELESS SHIELDINGS. Precise
Certified thermally protected ballasts (40 watt) lo- fit of frameless sh jeldings into cleanly detailed, minimum-trim hous-
cated and mounted for optimum heat dissipation, ings eliminates light leaks; absence of exposed hardware permits
maximum lumlnous areas, avoids the heavy "frame in a frame" look
maximizing ballast life. of metal-framed shieldings.

Copyright 1967 by Lightolier lncorporated

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SURFACE FLUORESCENT SELECTOR INDEX
MODULAR PRISMALUX ilt. Controiled
direct illumination from bhallow source.
\Y..IIIiTIIIIIIII ::: : ::::::::: ::
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One-piece, injection-molded, frameless STYLE PAGE STYLE PAGE STYLE PAGE
prismatic lens, acrylic or styrene. Opaque
\\\:::::::: :

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\j:ilii+jiliilit sides. Seamless flush ends. Optional
walnut frame. PAGES 4.5.
10'101....22-23 10316. .. "12-13 10996. ... .. 31
1A102. . . .22-23 10317. . ".12-13 10997...... 31
r@- OPTICON. Efficient general illumination
with prismatic brightness control. Frame-
10103. ...22-23 10320. ...12-13 '10998...... 31
w
\:: ::::::::::::.:lr : ::r:r::: : : / less, injection-molded refractor, acrylic 10104. . . .22-23 10321....12-13 10999. . . .26-27
\:::::::l::::::iil or styrene. Prismatic sides and bottom. 10106. ...22-23 10322. . . .12-13 13126. . . .14-15
\ Bibbed ends interlock precisely on con-
tinuous runs PAGES 6-9. 10107. ...22-23 10323. ...i2-13 13136"...14-15
PRISMACONE. Efficient direct illumina- 10108. . . .22-23 10406....10-1 13142....14-15
tion thru clear prismatic bottom combined 10109. . . .22-23 10407....10-1 13144. . . .14-15
with softly diffused illumination thru 10112. . . .24-25
luminous opal sides. One-piece extruded 10408. . . .10-1 13148....14-'r5
acrylic or styrene shielding. Ends inter- 10113....24-25 10409....10-1 13176. . . .14-15
lock precisely on continuous runs.
PAGES 10-ll.
10114. . . .24-25 10410....10-11 13186. ...14-1s
10118 ...24-25 10411....10-11 13192....14-1s
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!:-riTii.Ia,. .
PRISMALINE. Well-diffused general il-
lumination thru prismatic. one-piece ex- 10122....24-2s 10412.. . .10-1 1 13194" ...14-1s
\i:i.i:::i:::.:: :: rr'7 truded-embossed shielding, acrylic or 10123. . . .24-25 10413....10-11 13198. ...14-15
styrene. Luminous bottom and sides. 10124. . . .24-25
Ends interlock precisely on continuous 10414....10-11 13476....16-17
runs. PAGES t2_i3. 10128. . . .24-25 10415....10-11 13486. ...16-17
CORONA. Generous direct illumination 1013s. ...22-23 10416..,.10-11 |J4YZ....tb-t/
\\---+.--.-----+-___+_r__J/ from shallow, widespread source. Walnut r0136. . . .22-23 10417 ..
. . 10-1 13494....16-17
\\---t-:=t---------
\\+=+#/ :---Hl frame, modular birch grid. Matte white
10138. ...22-23
1

\\=:+:-/ diffuser, acrylic or styrene. Regressed 10420.. . .10-1 1 13498....16-17


matte black housing PAGES I+I5. 10139. ...22-23 10421 .. . .10-1 1 13524. . . .20-21
DIPLOMAT. Uniform high-level direct il- 10145. ...22-23 10422....10-11 13s26. . . .20-21
lumination from wide, thin source. Bronze- 10147....22-23 1042s....10-11 13s44^...20-21
anodized aluminum frame and inner grid 10152....26-27 10532. .....6-7 15143....30-31
support prismatic acrylic shielding. Re-
gressed matte black housing. 10153. ...26-27 10533......6-7 1s353....30-31
PAGES 16-r7. 101s8. . . .26-27 10534......6-7 15753....30-31
MODULAR ISOPLEX. Well-diffused sen- 10163. . . .26-27 10541......8-9 I trOOC
IJOUJ....JU-JI
a^ a4
eral illumination from frameless, matte-
finish acrylic diffuser. Luminous reveal. 10168. ...26-27 10542......8-9 15925....30-31
Opaque sides. Seamless flush ends. Op- 10182. .. .24-25 10552......B-9 1s926....30-31
tional walnut frame PAGES I8-19- 10183. ...24-25 10554......8-9 15927 .. . .30-31
MODULAB OPTIPLEX and OPTIPLEX. 10184 . . .24-25 10564......6-7 80415......4-5
Well-diffused general illumination thru
sides, ends and bottom of frameless one- 10188. ...24-25 10566......6-7 80416......4-5
piece acrylic diffuser. Optional walnut 10192....24-2510s68......6-7 80515......4-5
f rame PAGES 20-2r. 10193. ...24-2s 10632......6-7 80516......4-5
CIRCULUME. Widespread general illumi- 10194....24-25 10633......6-7 80611....."4-5
nation. No uplight or side spill. Regressed,
convex glass diffuser. Self-illuminated in-
10198. ...24-25 10634......6-7 80612......4-5

OO
A
ner bezel matches outer band. Genuine
wa lnut or g ray ena me I f in ish.
CIRCULITE l. Well-diffused general illumi-
nation. Choice of acrylic or styrene shal-
low-formed rounds or squares.
CIRCULITE ll. Generous direct illumina-
tion with acrylic diffuser in floating frame.
10241. . . .28-29
10243. . . .28-29
10245. . . .28-29
10247....28-29
10249. . . .28-29
10302. ...12-13
10641 .....8-9
10642......8-9
10652......8-9
10654......8-9
10664......6-7
10666......6-7
80613......4-5
806'14......4-5
80615.,....4-5
80616......4-5
80813......4-5
80814. 4-5
PAGES 22-23.
LYTELUME l. Well-diffused general illumi-
10303. ...12-13 10668......6-7 80815......4-5
nation thru bottom and sides of extruded 10304. ...12-13 10910. ..... 31 80816......4-5
acrylic or styrene diffuser. Ends interlock
precrsely on continuous runs.
10305. .. .12-13 10948. . . .28-29 80915......4-5
10306....12-13 10949. . " .28-29 80916......4-5
ffi LYTELUME ll. Efficient Iinear source
using extruded prismatic shielding to di- 10307....12-13 10982....., 31 82415.. . .18-19
rect light down and outwards thru bottom 10308....12-13 10983...... 31 82515. . . .18-19
and sides of clear prismatic lens. Espe-
cially suited to corridor walls and library 10309... .12-13 10984...... 31 82615....18-19
stacks. Ends interlock precisely on con- 10310....12-13 10986. ..... 31 834'15. . . .20-21
W tinuous runs PAGES 2+25. 10311....12-13 10990" . . .24-25 83s15 ...20-21
'10993......31
M MODULAR SIGHTRON. Uniform gerreral
diffuse illumination. Injection-molded
10312. . . .12-13
10313. ...12-13 10994...... 31
83615. . . .20-21
83813. . . .20-21
acryllc or styrene diffuser with luminous

\l ends. No joiner bands or joints. Ceiling


or wall mounting PAGES 26-27.
10314. . . "12-13
10315. ...12-13
10995.. "... 31 83815. . . .20-21

REFLECT-A-LlNE. High-level illumination


of work plane from shallow, compact,
self-contained (no remote ballast) source.
ffi Surface and stem mounting on ceiling or
wall, individually or in continuous runs.
U PAGES 28-29.
LOUVRON. Direct-indirect illumination
with low-brightness sidelighting. 45' x 35"
cut-off. Shallow side panels of rugged
perforated steel webbed with translucent
plastic. Rigid interlocked louvers.
The frameless, prismatic lens of Modular Prismalux
MODULAR PRISMALUX III- lll is molded of acrylic or styrene in one piece to
assure precision, uniformity and ruggedness. Lens
has thousands of conical prisms which redirect the
light, keeping it out of the glare zone, with a result
that establishes a new standard for brightness con-
trol in the 55" to 90" range-both crosswise and
lengthwise. Lens is of uniform texture, free of lamp
images, durable and dimensionally stable.
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Lens fits precisely into shallow, cleanly detailed
housing. A narrow luminous reveal allows the lens
to be shifted horizontally for relamping. Concealed
integrally-molded pin hinges assure safe suspension
during servicing.
Knockouts permit mounting end-to-end or side-to-
side. Optional: Genuine walnut frame.
'Modular Prismalux lll is available in a 2-light 2' x 4' version
thaf satisfles the /.E.S. Sclssors Curve Crlterion for Maxi'
mum Brightness. Consult factory.
SPECIFICATION FEATURES
lnjection-Molded Lens (f) is one-piece, 100% virgin acrylic or
light-stabilized styrene, 0.180" minimum thickness; rigidizing
end walls are 0.187" thick to assure dimensional stability;
no separate frame; fully supported along length of fixture and
suspended on lntegrally-Molded Pin Hinges (2) during relamp-
ing; removes without tools; no visible hardware Seam/ess
Drawn Ends (3) fit flush into matching offset of chassis; no
exposed sheet metal edges; accepts walnut frame Ballasts:
40W-Rapid Start HPF, internally-fused, ETL certified; 20W
Start LPF.
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STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS


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DOUBLE STEM SINGLE STEM
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SINGLE STEM-CONTINUOUS MOUNTING
Stem Sets on Page 31. (2' x 2' and 1' x 4' fixtures-double
or single stem mounting; 2'x 4' and'l'x 8'flxtures-single
stem mounting; 4' x 4' fixtures--4-stem corner mounting.)

NOTE: All Modular Prismalux lll fixtures are approved for in-
stallation on low-density fiberboard ceilings. For low-density-
ceiling fixtures, specify catalog number followed by "-LD."
ORDERING INFORMATION
) lze
Cat. No. Lamps Len s
(Mminal)
aoqro 4-2ow 2'x2'
aosro 2 - 4OW I x4'
80612 2-40w 2'x4'
80614 3-4OW Styrene
2'x4'
80616 4-4OW 2'x4'
eo8r4 6 - 40w 4'x4'
aoaro B-4OW 4'x4'
aoero 4-40W 1;x8'-
80415 4-2ow 2'x2'
80s15 2- 4ow 1'x4'
aoorr 2-4OW ,;r;
80613 3 - 4Ow
aoors 4_ 4OW
Acrylic
2'x4'
0
80813 6-40w i;xq'
aogrs B-4OW +i: x+-
aogis 4 - aow 1'xt'
*Optional genuine walnut frame available for all sizes above
(see page 3l).

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The following Quick Calculator Charts, based on room surface reflectances of 80% ceiling, 50% walls
and 20y" lloor, determine the number and spacing of fixtures lor any desired level of illumination.
Coefficients of utilization were computed by the Zonal-Cavity Method, l.E.S. Recommended Practice,
rlr) and are based on a2Do/o floor cavity reflectance.

2 Lr.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Parcllel 7.2i Perpendicular 1.2 % Effective E.T.t. REP0RT N0. 395988
Ceilins Cavitv

m
Reflec-tance 80 |
Rellectance 50 30 10150 30 l0l50 30
50 I 10

10
Rm-
Cavity Coefficients of Utilization

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t--" w2
Ratio

.5r.48 .46 .48 .46 44 .45 .44 .42


3 .46 .43 .40 .44 .41 39.41.39.38
4 4 .42.38 .35 .40 .37 35.38.36.34
2 Lt.40W 5 .38 .34 .31 .36 .33 31.35.32.30
3 Lt.40W
6 .35 .31 .28 .33 .30 28 .32 .29 .27
7 .32 .28 .25 .30 .27 25 .29 .26 .24
8 .29 .25 .22 .28 .24 22 .27 .24 .22
4 Lt.40W 9 .26 .22.r9 .25 .22 19.24.21 .19
10 .24 .20 .t7 .23 .20 17 .22 .19 .17

t_I o-q o--AT


D-
4 Lt.-20W
l*_24r,;.-_ {.1 ; SPACTNG RATI0: Pa'allel L.2i Perpendicular 1.4
o" Effecrive
E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 398115
Ceilins Cavitv
Refleclance- 80 I 50 I
ffi
10

offi;
Etro
JL o-xq%-U-f 4 Lt.40W
R oom--
Cavity Coefficients of Utilization
Ratio
ffi
2 .61 .58 .55 .58 .55 .53 .54.52 .51
3 .56 .51 .48 .53 .49 .47 .50.47 .45
4 .50 .+6 .42 .48.44 .41 ,45 .43 .40
f. :" 5
6
.46.4t.37 .44.39.36.41 .38.36
.41 ,37 .33 .40 .36 .33 .38 .35 .32
7 .38 .33 .29 .36 .32 .29 .35 .31 .28
8 .34 .29 .26 .33 .29 .25 .3r .28 .25
9 .31 .26 .22 .30 .25 .22 .28 .25 .22
CENTER TO C'NILR OISTANCT OF frXIURE JN FEII 10 .28 .23 .20 .27 .23 .20 .26 .22.20
o. o.=-O o

e 4 Lt.-40W,3 Lt.-40W & 2 Lt..40W o" Etfective


o_@ SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.4 E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 397749
( )-(s)
Ceilins Cavitv
Refleclance- 80 I 50 I
I | 3250 LUMENS,PER UMP

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Hi.d.rdrpr.l
Foom-
Cavity
Ratio
1
2
Coefficients of Utilization
.63 .61 .59 .59 .58 .57 .55.54 .53

ts
.57 .54.51 .54 .51 .49 .50 .49 .47
4 Lt.20W 2 Lt.40W 3 3 .51 .48 .44.49 .46 .43 .46 .44.42
4 .47 .42 .39 .44.41 .38 .42 .39 .37
Poo%-;q:l t
T0g6-]-T-
bc-l 5
6
.42.37 .34 .40 .36 .33 .38 .35 .33

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8
.38 .34 .30 .37 .33 .30 .35 .32 .29
.35 ,30 .27 .33 .29 .27 .32 .29 .26
.31 .27 .23 .30 .26 .23 .29 .25 .23
9 .28 .24 .20 .27 .23 .20 .26 .23 .20
10 .26 .2t .r8 .25 .2r .18 .24 .20 .18
Above data for 4 Lt.-+o Watt units. For 3 Lt.--40 Above C.U.'s for 4 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 3 Lt.
Watt units, multiply chart values by 0.8i for 2 Lt.--40 --40 Watt units, multiply C.U.'s by l 1; for
Watt units, multiply by 0.6. 2 Lt.--40 Watt units, multiply by 1.2.

- 8Lr.-40W&61t.-40W o" Effeclive


SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2; Perpendicular 1.4 E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 398246
CeilinR Cavity
Reflectance 80 I 50 I 10
il
ni,rlliiun.. so 30 10l50 30 10150 30 10

Cavity Coeff icients of Util ization


Ratio
rcsil.ss.54
2 .58.55 .s2 .55 .53 .50 .51 .50 .48
3 3 .53.49 .45 .50 .47 .44.47 .45 .43
4 .48.43 .40 .45 .42 .39 .43 .40 .38
5 .43 .38 .35 .41 .37 .34 .39 .36 .34
6 .39 .35 .31 .38 .34 .31 .36 .33 .30
7 .36.31 .28 .34 .30 .27 .33 .30 .27
8 .32.28 .24 .3r .27 .24 .30 .26 .24
qlq!r!ilrir14 rt rF r' .3 19 ,o ?r ,, ,3 ,a ,! 9 .29 .24 .21, .28 .24 .2r .27 .23 .2r
CEN-LR -O.
tNlft D'.rAfi.rlrirJPC Ot rN LLr
1b
10 .26 ,22 .r9 .26 .22 .19 .25 .2r ,19
Above data for 8 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 6 Lt.--40 Above C.U. s for 8 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 6 l-t.
6Lt.40W 8Lt.40W
o, o,:, o ,o .+/ Q, o ,_, o ,o
Watt units, multiply chart values by 0.8.
-
--40 Watt units, multiply C.U.'s by 1.1.

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14" oPTlcoN' A high-performance, Iow-cost unit that provides
efficient general illumination with prismatic bright-
ness control, the 14" Opticon features a one-piece,
injection-molded, frameless refractor of acrylic or
styrene.
Refractor bottom has clear, sharply debossed
prisms for uniform low surface brightness and maxi-
mum structural strength. Sides have horizontal ex-
terior prisms and vertical interior prisms, minimize
brightness contrasts between fixiure and adjacent
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ceiling. Ends are luminous. Refractor opens from
either side without tools, remains safely suspended
on concealed hinges during relamping.
Rib-embossed end plates interlock precisely in
continuous runs, assure true alignment, eliminate
dark joiner straps. Unit is completely enclosed and
refractor is destaticized to prevent dust accumu-
lation.
The 14" Opticon is ideal for schools, offices,
stores, hospitals, and has design-coordinated coun-
terparts in 9" Opticon.
U.S. Patent No. D195,529.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Refractor (l) is injection-molded, one-piece 100% virgjn acrylic
0.145" thick or light-stabilized styrene 0.125" thick; clear de-
bossed prismatic bottom; horizontal exterior side prisms;
vertical interior side prisms; luminous ends; frameless; no
mold joint lines; no visible hardware. Concealed Hinges (2)
permit refractor to swing down from either side of fixture for
relamping. Reflector (3) completely encloses wiring and bal-
lasts, removes without tools. End Plates (4) with ribbed em-
bossing provide true alignment, precise interlocking in con-
tinuous runs; contain concealed snap-outs for thru-wiring.
8al/astsi Flapid Start HPF, internally-fused, ETL certified.

SINGLE STEM-CONTINUOUS MOUNTING

Stem Sets on Page 31.

NOTE: All Modular Prismalux lll fjxtures are approved for in-
stallation on low-density fiberboard ceilings. For low-density-
ceiling fixtures, specify catalog number followed by "-LD."

ORDERING INFORMATION
Cat. No. Len gth Refractor Lam ps

10532 2-40w
1q533 _ 3 jOW
10534 4-40W Styrene
4!'/!:
rosoq-- t-tow e6)1i'
r0566 6-40W 963/r t" ,
10568 8-40W eg'lt_
1
0632 2-40W 48t/e"
1 3-40w
0633
10634 4-40w Acrylic
!8'l'l'
48t/91 O
10664 4 -40W 963/t t
r0666 6 40W g63t,tlL
10668 8-40W 963/ t"

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The followingQuickCalculatorCharts,based on roomsurfacereflectancesof80Toceiling,50%walls


and 20yo tloor, determine the number and spacing of fixtures for any desired level of illumination.
Coefficients of utilization were computed by the Zonal-Cavity Method, LE.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a20yo floor cavity reflectance.

2 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallei 1.3; Perpendicular 1.4 E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 387582
i:,itl,.illi,"
Reflec-tance- 80 I 50 I 10
ffi
Ro0 m
Cavity Coefficients of Utilization
Ratio
ffi
3 2 .66 .61 .58 .60 .57 .54 .53 .51 .49
3 .59.53.49 .54 .50 .46.48.45.43
a 4 .53 .47 .42 .48.44 .40 .44 .40 .38
5 .47 .41 .36 .43 .38.35 .39 .36 .33
6 .42.36 .32 .39 .34 .30 .35 .32 .29
7 .38 .32 .28 .35 .30 .27 .32 .29 .25
8 .34 .28 .2+,32 .27 .23 .29 .25 .22
34 s 6 9 t0 9 .31 .25 .21 .29 .24 .20 .26 .22.L9
CENTER TO CENIER DISTANC OF f XIURT N FEET 10 .28 .22 .L8.26 .21 .18 .24 .20 .I7

3 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2; Perpendicular 1.4 %.Effec-tive. E.T.l. REP0RT N0. 387583
uerlrng cavrty
Reflectance 80 I 50 I 10
ffi
Rerlectance 50 30 10150 30 10l!q !Q lq
F-tm--
Cavity Coeff icients of Utili2ation
Ratio
ffi
2 .56.52 .49.51 .48 .46.45 .44.42
3 .50 .45 .42 .46.42 .39 .41 .39 .37
4 .45.40 .36 .41 .37 .34 .37 .34 .32
5 .40 .35 .31 .37 .33 .30 .33 .30 .28
4 Lt.40W 2 Lt.40W 6 .36 .31 ,27 .33 .29 .26 .30 .27 .25
7 .32 .27 .24 .30 .26 .23 .28 .24 .22
6 Lt.40W 3 Lt.40W 8 .29 .24 .2r .27 .23 .20 .25 .22 .19
9 .26 .21 .r8 .24 .20 .L8 .22 .r9 .17
8 Lt.40W 4 Lt.40W 10 .24 .19 .16 .22 .L8 .15.20 .r7 .L5

4 Lt.-40W
il :c__l'I SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.3 %.Effec-live. E.T.t.
uerlrng cavtty
REP0RT N0. 387584

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Reflectance 80 I
ffi
Rffiifr-
50 I 10

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Cavity Coefficients of Utilization
RCR-51Rn Wdrh=2rftl n dd.*dlphi,
Rc N r mfiM wts:{k. tt $rt.*nro -, I 5T52 A9 A8 A7
8 2 47 .44 .44 .42 .4r
.48 .44 .40 .44 41 .38 .40 .38 .36
4 4 .43 .38 .35.40 36.33.36.34.31
5 .39 .34 .30 .36 32.29.33.30.28
25- .35.30.27.33 29 .26 .30 .27 .24
7 .3I .27 .23 .29 25 .22 .27 .24 .22
8 .28 ,24 .20 .27 22 .20 .24 .21 .19
456 7 3 9 rO lt r2 15 16 I .25 ,2r .18 .24 20 .77 .22.L9 ,L6
CENIER TO CENTER D STANCE O 10 .23 ,L9 .L6.22 18.15.20.17.15

ir1*r
g" oPTlcoN' A slim, shallow luminous form, the 9" Opticon is a
design-coordinated counterpart of the 14" Opticon,
designed to offer high performance and economy
for school, office, store and hospital applications.
A one-piece, injection-molded, frameless refractor
provides eff icient general illumination with prismatic
brightness control. Refractor opens from either side
without tools, remains safely suspended on con-
cealed hinges during relamping.
Clear, debossed refractor bottom has sharply
molded prisms to assure uniform low surface bright-
ness and maximum structural strength. Sides have
horizontal exterior prisms and vertical interior prisms
to minimize brightness contrast between fixture and
adjacent ceiling. Ends are luminous.
Rib-embossed end plates inti:rlock precisely in
continuous runs, assure true alignment, eliminaie
dark joiner straps. Unit is completely enclosed and
refractor is destaticized to prevent dust accumu-
Iation.
U. S. Patent No. D195,529

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Refractor (t) is injection-molded, one-piece 100%virgin acrylic
0.130" thick or Iight-stabilized styrene 0.100" thick; clear de-
bossed prismatic bottomt horizontal exterior side prisms;
vertical interlor side prisms; luminous ends; frameless; no
mold joint Iines; no vjsible hardware. Concealed Hinges (2)
permit refractor to swing down from either side of fixture for
relamping. Reflectar (3) completely encloses wiring and bal-
lasts, removes wlthout tdols. End Plates (4) with ribbed em-
bossing provide true alignment, precise interlocking in con-
tinuous runs; contain concealed snap-outs for thru-wiring.
Baliasts: Rapid Start HPF, internally-fused, ETL certified.

STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS

DOUBLE STEM SINGLE STEM

SI NGLE STEM_CONTINUOUS MOUNTING

Stem Sets on Page 3t.

NOTE: All Opticon fixtures are approved for installation on


low-density fiberboard ceilings. For Iow-density-ceiling fix-
tures, specify catalog number followed by "-LD."

ORDERING INFORMATION
Cat. No. Lamps Fefracto r Length

1 0541 r -+ow ialri


10542 2-40w aB /e"
Styrene ga3it!
I 05s2 2,40W
1 4-40w
0554 963/r t"
10641 1 -40w 48W
10642 2 - 40W Acrylic
48t/a"
106s, 2-4ow ga3/ d'
106s4 4-4ow 963/t t"
I

4=(2) r/ KO's

o
o//
g=(2)e/zztt x)/ztt KO
C:1t/zt'KO zo
g=(2) 1t/tttt & r7 a/' KO's
tr
1=(4) 1t/ ttt & | lsl/ KO's -d
2

o
=
o
z

The followingQuickCalculatorCharts,based on roomsurfacereflectancesof 80%ceiling,50%walls


and 20yo Iloot, determine the number and spacing of fixtures for any desired level of illumination.
Coefficients of utilization were computed by the Zonal-Cavity lvlethod, l.E.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a20"/o floor cavity reflectance.

I Lt.-40W
E.T.L. REpoRT N0. 37s116
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2; Perpendicular 1.5 r:,ii?.J,li,
Refleclance 80 I 50 I
ffi
10

mom---
Coeff icients of Utilization

2
3
3
4 .50 .44
.40 .45 .41 .37 .40 .37 .34
= 5 .45 .38
.34 .40 .36 ,32 .36 .32 .30
6 .40 .34
.30 .37 .32 .28 .32 .29 .26
7 .36 .30
.26 .33 .28 .24 .29 .26 .23
8 .32.26 .22 .30 .25 ,2L26 .23 .20
?;4 I A I p 9 rp I .29 .23 .19 .27 .22.I8.24.20.I7
CENTER TO CENIER D STANCE OF F XIURT N FEET 10 ,26 .2I .17 .24 .20 .16.22 .18 ,15

:."
2 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel L.2j Perpendicutar 1.2 'o E'fecrrvp. E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 379117
uerllng uavtty
Ref,ectance 80 I 50 I lO
o/"Wall I I

Re{rectance 50 30 10150 30 10150 30 10


Rnom.--
Cavity

o
Coefficients of Utilizatlon
Ratio
1 .60 .57 .55 .53 .51 .50 .46 .45.44
2 .53 .49 .46.47.44 .42.41 .39 .38
3 .47 .42 .39 .42.39 .36 .37 .35 .33
4 4 .42.37 .34 .38 .34 .31 .34 .31 ,29
5 .37 .32 .29 .34 .30 .27 ,30 .27 .24
2 Lt.40W 1 Lt.40W 6 .34 .29 .25 .3t .27 .24 .28 .25 .22
4 Lt.40W 2 Lr.40w 7 .31 .26 .22.28 .24.2t .25 .22 .20
8 .28 .23 .20 .25 .21 .19 .23 .20 .17
9 .25 .20 .t7 .23.19 .16.21 .18 .15
10 .23 .18 .15 .2t .I7 .r5.19 .16 .14

o
t-t(il-lTC)l-tl=t? e
PRISMACONE A wafer-thin rectangular source that provides
high-level controlled illumination. Bottom panel of
cone prisms gives uniform low surface brightness,
eliminates all lamp images at usual angles of view.
Softly luminous opal white sides give diffused
peripheral lighting.
End plates are injection-molded, with vertical ribs
for precise interlock and true alignment on con-
tinuous runs, have a built-in light trap. Concealed
o
"snap-outs" permit thru-wiring.
Prismatic shielding, continuously suppofted from
inside by the chassis flanges, swings down for re-
lamping from either side, remains safely suspended
on pivots built into the end plates. This dependable
construction eliminates all exposed hardware.
SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Prismatic Shielding (t) is of extruded, one-piece 100% virgin
acryl c or llght-stabilized styrene 0.150" thick; clear, em-
bossed conical prism lens bottom; translucent white sides;
frameless; no vlsible hardware. F,nd Plates (2) are injection-
molded; precisely detailed ribs provide true alignmeni in
continuous runs; built-in light trap; conceaied snap-outs for
thru'wlring; built-in pivots for safe suspension of shielding
during relamping. Reflector (3) completely encloses wiring
and ballasts, removes without tools. Baliasts: Rapid Start
HPF, internally fused, ETL certified.

STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS


iii:
::'.- ..1

i
1.
:E.r .r
-.-
1 ;L:.i i, t !,i. .N
-- - - :,
DOUBLE STEM SINGLE STEIV

iril i
,;l | : -*
:.'..-::- *L:--. . .;--.
E'Srar o!
..-... -....-"
4 r..r.N
.
8 .i.rr 0N
SINGLE STEM-CONTINUOUS MOUNTING
Stem Sets on Page 3t.

NOTE: All Prismacone fixtures are approved for installation


on low-density fiberboard ceilings. For Iow-density-ceiljng
fixtures, speclfy catalog number followed by "-LD."

ORDERING INFORMATION
prismacone _ 101/2,, ytlide

Cat. No Lamps Prismatic Shielding Length

10420 2-40W 481/t"


-70+zl '' 4-Zow Styrene g6;A,i
-
toqii i-+ow Ann,lin
48lo--
:
10423 4 - 4OW 963/a,,

Prismacone - I6" Wide


Lar. t\ o Lamps Prismatic Shielding Length

0406 40W 48'/t"


- Joqoa 4 -- 4ow
1 2
>tYrene go%"
- 10407 2 - 4OV\t 48t/+"
Acrylic
10409 4 - 4OW 961e"
-48t,;''
10410 3 4OW rrYrene
ioqrz 6 - 4ow 9ff/e"
iollt 3-4ow Acryrrc
481/c';
'g6j/""'
- 10414 --- 64 - 4ow
I o+t s
"-
- 4OW ^.
stYrene
481/q"
lo+ro- B-4ow g6)/s''
"-4BYo''
io4r5-- 4-4oW
"'Toqt 8-4ow Acrylic gd,4;

t0
I

A= lt/ztt KO
g= (2) e/sztt x r/2,/
Slots
C=(4) rll6/f KO's

The foliowingQuickCalculatorCharts,based on roomsurfacereflectancesof 80%ceiling,50%walls


and 20yo Iloot, determine the number and spacing of fixtures for any desired level of illumination.
Coefficients 0f utilization were computed by the Zonal-Cavity l\4ethod, l.E.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a20o/o floor cavity reflectance.

2 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2; Perpendicular 1.3 %.Effec^tive. E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 399725
L;erllng cavrty
Rellectance
o/" Wall
80 I 50 | 10
I I
Re{lectance 50 30 10l50 30 lOl50 30jq
Cavity Coefficients of Utilization
Ratio _
1 .65 .63 .61 .60 .58 .57 .54 .53 .52
2 .s8.55 .52 .s4 .51 .49 .49 .47 ,45
3 .52.48.45.49 .45 .43 .45 .42 .40
4 .47.43 .39 .44 .40 .38 .40 ,38 .36
5 .43 .38 .34 .40 .36 .33 .37 .34 .31
6 .39 .34 .30 .36 .32 .29 .34 .3r .28
7 .35 ,30 .27 .33 .29 .26 .3r.28 .25
8 .32 .27 .24 .30 .26 .23 .28 .25 .22
34 5 6 9 .29 .24 .21 .27 .23 .20 .25 .22 .20
10 .26 .22 .r8 .25 .2L .L8,23 .20 .18

3 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 7.2i Perpendicular 1.3
-% Effec-tive. E.T.L. REPoRT N0. 400009
0etlrng cavrty
Reflectance 80 I 50 I
ffi f0

R(m -------------._.'_---.....-
Cavity Coefficients of Utilization
Ratio
ffi
2 .56.53.50.52.50.48.48.46.45
4 Lt.40W 4 Lt.40W 3 ,51 .47 ,43.48 .44.42 .44 .4r.39
4 .46 .41 .38 .43 .39 .37 .40 .37 .35
6 Lt.40W 5 .41 .37 .33 ,39 .35 .32 .36 .33 .31
6 .38 .33 .29 .35 .31 .29 .33 .30 .28
I Lt.40W 7
8
.34 .29 .26 .32 .28 .25 .30 .27 .25
,31 .26 .23 .29 .25 .22 .27 ,24 ,22
9 .28 .23 .20 .26 .22 .20 .25 .2r .19
10 .25 .2L .18 ,24 .20 .r7 .23 .r9 .L7

4 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel L.2t Perpendicular 1.3 E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 3es727
3:,rri,tf.J:l?,,
Refrectance 80 I 50 I
ffi
Rmm-........-............-.---.-
Cavity
10

Coefficients of LJtilization
:: Ratio
1 Gl Js .57.5t .55-i4--Tio.50
2 .55 .51 .49 .51 .49 .46 .47 .45 .44
.49 .45 .42.46 .43 .41 .43 .41 ,39
4 .45 .40 .37 .42 .39 .36 .39 ,36 ,34
5 .40 .36 .32 .38 .34 .31 .35.32 .30
6 .37 .32 .29.35 .31 .28 .32 .29 .27
7 ,33 .29 .25 .3L28 .25 .30 .27 .24
8 .30 .25 .22 .29 .25 .22 ,27 .24 .2I
45 6 7 a 9 1o ll 12 13 14 15 t6 I .27 .23 ,19 .26 .22 .t9 .24 ,21 .19
CENTR IO CENTER DSTANCT OI F XIURE IN FEET 10 ,25 .20 .17 .24 .20 .r7 .22 .19 .17

2 Lt.40W 2 Lt.40W

Fql 3 Lt.40W
4 Lt.40W
l--ro , ! -
-ll-o--]b-lL-T
Lri
[- S
'0"---]
JL
I MIL-Ttr
.+;- I :-

-IO
l6Mdri:I
-1O+-

l-l(il-lTC)l-ll=l? 11
A shallow, crisp form offering luminous efficiency
PRISMALINE with brightness control at a modest price. One-piece
shielding has a clear, debossed prismatic bottom,
horizontal interior prisms on sides.
End plates are injection-molded, with verlical ribs
for precise interlock and true alignment on con-
tinuous runs, have a built-in light trap. Concealed
"snap-outs" permit thru-wiring.
Prismatic shielding is continuously supported
from inside by the chassis f langes, swings down for
relamping from either side, remains safely sus-
pended on pivots built into the end plates.
Prisrnaline is available in 16" wide 2-light and 4-
light units that satisfy the LE.S. Scissors Curve
Criterion for Maximum Brightness.
SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Shielding (t) is of extruded, one-piece 10001 virgin acrylic or
light-stabilized styrene 0.100" thlck; clear, debossed pris-
matic bottom; horizontal interior prisms on sides; frameless;
no visible hardware. End Plates (2) are injection-molded;
precisely detailed ribs provide true alignment, precise inter-
locking in continuous runs; built-in light trap; concealed snap-
outs for thru-wiring; bullt-in pivots for safe suspension of
shielding during relamping. Reflector (3) completely encloses
wiring and ballasts, removes without tools.8al/asls: Bapid
Start HPF, internally-fused, ETL certlfied.

STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS

;lL- 92,.

8 sEcr oN
oliiilft s'.r SINGLE STEM

q6ri" _-++_48'r
-92," -

8 sacr oN I s..r ioN


SINCLE STEM-CONTINUOUS MOUNTING
Stem Sets on Page 31,
NOTE: Prismaline fixtures are approved for installation
All
on low-density fiberboard ceilings. For low-density-ceiling
fixtures, specify catalog number followed by "-LD."
ORDERING INFORMATION
Prismaline - 1012" Wide
Cat. No Lamps Prismatic Shielding Length
10320 2-40W 481/q"
Styren
t6zzz e -qow
e
YO"/B

' 10321
10323 4 .4ow Acrylic
2 -40w 48'/q"
6flJ-
PrGmaline - 16" \l'lide
-
No.
Cat. Larps Prlsrat c Shiehing -Lergth
10302. 2-40w ^o1 "
48%"
0304- 4a _4ow
StYrene
- ioso+.1
- 40W - o63/l--
eb%
'I
0303* 2*40w ----- 48r/;"
0305-. 4-40w
Acrylic g5ptr--
-110306 2 - 4oW :. ------ -
>IYrene wtr--
-io-so8 4 - 4ow
10307 2 - 40W 48'/a"
-lbsoe
-4 3-40w -?oW
Acrylic
ow--
10310 48Ud"
lo31-2 6 - affi Styrene g-6W,-
-1 031 1 3-4OW . , 48Tn-
'10313 6 40W Acrylrc gry{--
roSr+ +-4ow ^ --- qET
- 10316- 8-40W rlyrene T6T-
10315 4 -40W 48Yq"
B - 4ow
Acrylic g6w-
-105f7
'Meets /.E.S. Scis sors Curve Cr i ter i on tor M ax imum Erightness

12
)
A=1)/zttKO
g=(2) e/tzt' x r/2" Slots
Q=({) r/rol/ KO's zo
tr SCISSORS
e
CURVE
q
o DATA
o
=
CROSSWISE

LENGTHWISE
ANCI' fROM NAD R N DCRIES

The following Quick Calculator Charts,


-.
based on room surface
reflectances af 80% ceiling, 50% walls
and 2A7o floor, determine the number and spacing of fixtures for any desired level of illumination.
Coefficients of utilization were computed by the Zonal"Cavity lVethod, l.E.S. Recommended practice,
and are based on a 20yo floor cavity reflectance.

2 Lt.-40W (Scissors Curve)


SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.,2; Perpendicular 1.4 E.T.r. REP0RT N0. 400582
r;,iitft,l?,,
Reflectance 80 I 50 I
ffi
ffi
Coeff icients of Utilization
10

1
2
.47 .43 .40.44 .41 .39 .40 .38 .37
=
4 .42.38 .35.40 .36.34 .37 .34.32
5 .38 .34 .30 .36 .32 .30 .33 .31 .29
6 .34 .30 .27 .33 .29 .26 .30 .28 .26
7 .3r .27 .24 .30 .26 .23 .28 .25 .23
8 .28 .24 .2L27 .23 .20 .25 .22 .20
o .25 .21 ,L8.24 .20 .L8 .23 .20 .t8
10 .23 .19 .16 .22 .18 .t6.21 .18 .16

2 Lt..40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2; Perpendicular 1.5
il,ii?t:li, E.T.L. REPoRT N0. 3es724

,*Erllt#al9e-_80l 50+_10_
Reflectance 50 30 10150 30 10150 30 10
Rmm--_'-'----
laylty
Ratio _,,
Coefficients of Utilization
1 .71 .68 .66 .65 .64 .62 ,59 .58 ,s7
2 .63 .58,55.53.53.51 .49
4 Lt.40W 4 Lt.40w 3 .56 .51 "52 .48 .45 "48 .4s .43
4 .50 .45 .40 .47 .42 .39.43 .40 .37
6 Lt.40W 5 ,45 .35 ,42 "37 .33.38 .35 .32
6 .40 .34 .JU .38.33,29.35.31 ,28
8 Lt.40W 7 .Jb .30 .26 .34 .29 .25 .31 .27 .24
8 1t .t6 tt
.30 .25 .22 .28 .24 .21
3,_4 9 q 1 I ? L! U I .19 .27 .22 .I9 .25 .21 .L8
CENTER IO CENTER D SIANCE OF FXIURE IN FEEI 10 .26 .20 .t7 .25 .20 .r7 .23 .19 .16

3 Lt..40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.4 %.Erfec-tive. E.T.t. REP0RT N0. 400008
cerlrng cavrty
ffetlectance 80 I 50 I
ffi
10

Room
Cavity Coefficients of Utilization
Ratio
I .06 ,OO .O9 .OJ .O1 .OU ,C/ .f,O ,3f,
2 .6r.s7 .54 .56 .54 ,51 .52 .50 .48
3 .54.50 .46 .51 .47 .44 .47 .44.42
4 4 .49.43 .39 ,46 .41 .38 .42 ,39 .36
5 .43 .38 .34 .41 .36 .33 .38 .34 .32
6 .39 .33 .30 .37 .32 .29 .34 .3A .28
7 .35.30 .26 .33 .28 .25 .3I .21 .24
ARLA PLR FXT!RE IN SOUARE FEET 8 .31 .26 .22.30 .25 .22 .28 .24 .21
34 5 6 7 3 9 ln tl 12 9 .28 .23 .L9.27 .22.I9 .2s.2r.r8
CENTER IO CENIER DISIANCE CF AXTURE IN FTI 10 .26 .20 .17 .24 .20 .I7 .23 .19 .16

2 Lt.40W
4 Lt.-40W
2 Lt.40W SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.4 %.Etfec^tive. E.T.L REPoRT N0. 3S9726
uerlrng uavrly
{6:ril\l 3 Lt.40W Reflectance 80 I 50 I
l- ro. -l " 4 Lt.40W *ffi;;;;;;l;,,-
Room--
10

{--rEll Cavity Coefficients of Utilization


f,- io ---l i; 8
1 65 .62
62 .60 .52
54.51
E r:6\l
2 58 .54
.58 .47 .46
a .52 47 .44
52 .47 .42 .40
4 41.38
46 .41
.46 .35
l-tu' -..1 g 5
6
41.36
.47 36.32
32.28
37 .32
.30
ta .27
7 33 .28
,33 28 .25
r6---'''bd\f 456 7 3
8
I
.30
.27
25 .2r
30 .25
at 1a
27 .22
.23 .20
.20 .17
!-
9

re ---.1 ' CENIER 10 CENIER DISIANCE OF FIXT!RE N F'ET 10 24 .19


.24 19 "16 .18 .15

l-l(il-lT()l_ll=1"
A shallow panel of acrylic or styrene framed in
CORONA satin-finished, genuine walnut and supported by a
modular birch grid, Corona creates an atmosphere
of elegance and warmth for residential interiors, fine
stores, boardrooms and other distinctive interiors.
Matte white diffuser gives uniform, high-level
illumination free of lamp images. Shallow frame
wraps cleanly around grid, is carefully engineered
to eliminate all light leaks. Regressed matte black
c
housing visually reduces shallow depth even further,
conceals ceiling irregularities.
Entire shielding assembly swings down f rom either
side without tools, remains safely suspended for
easy cleaning and relamping. Diffuser is held
securely in the frame by removable steel retainers.
There is no exposed hardware.
Corona is available in a coordinated line of
smaller incandescent units for surface and wall
mounting (see Brochure No. 41-A).
U. S. Patent No. D193.575

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Diffuser (1) is 100% virgin acrylic 0.060" thick or medium-
impact, light-stabilized styrene 0.040" thick; secured to frame
by removable steel retainers. Frame (2) is genuine walnut,
satin-finished; birch grld, satin-finished; built-ln Iight baffles
at ends prevent light spill; opens from either srde without
tools; remains safely suspended whiie relamping or cleaning;
no exposed hinges or latches. Housing (3) is matte black;
regressed. Ballasts: 30W or 4oW-Rapid Start HPF internally-
fused, ETL certified; 2ow-Trigger Start LPF.

STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS

DOUBLE STEM MOUNTJNG


FOB 2 LT.-+oW, 4 LT.--40W, 6 LT.-20W

SINGLE STEM MOUNTING SINGLE STEM MOUNTING


FOR 6 LT._3OW FOR 2 LT.-40W,
4 LT.--40W, 8 L.T.--40W

Stem Sets on Page 31.

ORDERING INFORMATION
Cat. No Lamps Diffuser

13126 6 - 20W . 30" x 30"


a136
--6 - 39w 42';42"
-l{tqf-
-r 13144 4 z-cow Styrene 16t; x54il
- 40W 32'x54"
13148 8-40W i+" xsq"
- r s176 -6-- iOw 30" x 30"
13186 6-30W a2"
13152 2-40W Acrylic -a2"
1e" xsc;
131 9a a - a61t7 32" x54"
13198 8-40W 54" x54"

ls
tr-(!) rTrol/
KO's 6 Lt.20W

o B-141s1trrr
C=(4) rrl5' KO's
x
7zl/ KO's

D-121s1rr" x %" Slots


1=(4)e/tztt x r/z// Slots
F=3" KO

The following Quick Calculator Charts, based on room surface reflectances of 80% ceiling,50% walls
u-t_I
^f6!%_oVdb@1.--T and 207o float, determine the number and spacing of fixtures lor any desired level oJ illumination,
l-_30. --___-l F; Coefficients of utilization were computed by the Zonal-Cavity Method, l.E.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a20y" floor cavity reflectance.

6 Lt.30W 2Lt.-40W&61r.-20W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel l.2i Perpendicular 1.2
o/o E{fective E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 374804
Ceiling Cavity

m
Rellectance 80 I
Reflectance 50 30 10150 30 10150 30
50 I 10

10

Cavity Coeff icienis of tJtilization


Ratio
1------7F"45 .43 Ft72 .41 .40 .40 .39
2 .4r.39 .36 .39 .37 .35 .36 .3s .34
3 .37 .34 .31 .35 .32 .33 .30 .31 .29
4 .33 .29 .27 .3r .28 .28 .26 .27 .25
5 .29 .25 .23 .28 .25 .26 .22 .24 .22
6 .26 .22 .20 .25 .22 ,24 .20 .21 .r9
7 .I7 .21
.24 .20 .77 .23 .19 .r9 .17
8 .2L.18 .15.20 .17 .1s .19 .17 .15
1a ? I I q 9 I .19.15.13.18.15.13.17.15.13
-loVo oqo oWL-f 10 .t7 .r4.t2 .t7 .14 .11.16 .13 .11
'9

Above data fot 2ll.4o Watt units. For 6 Lt.-20 Above C.U.'s for 2 Lt.-40 Watt units. For 6 Lt.
l_42" ____).- Watt !nits, multiply chart values by 1.1. Watt units, multiply C.U.'s by 1.0.
-
-20
4Lt.-40W&61t.-30W
2 Lt.40W l.2i Perpendicular 1.2 E.T.L. REPoRT N0. 375023
4 Lr.40W SPACING RATI0: Parallel
i: i',llt,li,,
Relleclance 80 I 50 I
ffi 10

o @

rn
Flm-..............-..............-
Cavity
Ratio
1
2
3
coeff icients of Utilizaiion
.51 .49 .48.48 .47 .46.45.44.43
.46.43 .40 .43 .41 .39 .40 .39 .37
,41 .37 ,34 .39 .36 .34 .36 .34 .32
4 4 .36 .32 .30 .35 .31 .29 .32 .30 .28
5 .32.28 .25 .31 .21 .25 .29 .26 .24
6 .29 .25 .22.28 .24 .22 .26 .24 .21
7 .26 .22 .r9 .25 .22 .79 .24 .2L .19
8 .24 .20 .17 .23.i9 .17.21 .19 .17
9 .2L .t7 .15 .20.17 .r5.19 .16 .14
10 .19 .15 .13 .19.15 .13 .18 .15 .13
Above data for 4 Lt.-40 Watt units. For 6 Lt.-3C Above C.U.'s for 4 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 6 Lt
Watt units, multiply chart values by 1.2. JO Watt units, multiply C.U.'s by 1.1.

8 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Pa'allel 7,2i Perpendicular 1.2 % Eftective E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 375024
Ceiline Cavitv
Reflec-tance- 80 I 50 I
.f6i%lfT
rryl
t l'"
--. --_.1 :"
nf6W-ffi'lrnT
I
t-^..
II m
Reflectance 50 30 10150 30 10 150
10

30 10
|.- Ib r-32--''------.1&, Rrm-
Cavity Coeff icients of Utilization
Ratio
ffi
8 Lt.40W 2 .5t.48 .45 .48 .46 .43 .45 .43 .42
3 .46 .41 .38 .43 .40 .37 .40 .38 .36
4 .4r.36 .33 .39 .35 .32 .36 .34 .31
5 .36 .31 .28.34 .30.28.32.29 .27
6 .32 .28 .24 .3r .27 .24 .29 .26 .24
-@ 7
8
.29 .25 .2r .28
.26 .22 .18 .25
.24 .2r .26 .23 .21
.2r .18 .24 .20 .18
@' I
10
.24.19.16,23.19.16.21.18.16
.2L .17 .r4 .2L.r7 .14.20 .16 .14

GHID PATTERNS

:.1
'-20.,____-11
o0-
-41'.

30"x 30" 16"x54" 32"x54" 42"x42" 54"x54"

l-l(il-lT()l-tl=l? 15
Shailow, broadly scaled and enhanced by the
DIPLOMAT elegance of architectural bronze, Diplomat creates
a custom look for executive offices, board rooms
and other selected areas where distinguished light-
ing is required.
Extrutled aluminum frame is anodized in satin-
finished medium bronze. Acrylic shielding, fully sup-
ported by the matching bronze grid, has a finely-
scaled square prismatic pattern that spreads ample,
uniform, bri ghtness-controlled illumination.
Frame has corners mitered and keyed for precise
fit, is fully enclosed and fitted wlth light traps to
eliminate all spill Iight. Regressed matte black hous- I
ing visually reduces shallow depth even further,
conceals ceiling irregularities.
Entire shielding assembly swlngs down from either
side without tools, remains safely suspended for
easy cleaning and relamping.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Prismatic Shielding (1) is 1000/q virgin acrylic 0.135" thick;
embossed pyramid prisms; secured to frame by removable
steel retainers. Frame and Grid (2) is extruded aluminum,
anodized medium bronze; satin-finished; bullt in I ght baffles
at ends prevent light spill; opens from either slde without
tools; remains safely suspended while relamping or cleaning;
no exposed hinges or latches. Houslng (3) is malte bl.ack;
regressed. Bal/asts: 30W or 4oW-Rapid Start HPF lnternally-
lused, ETL certified; 20W-Tr gger Start LPF.

STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS

DOUBLE STEM MOUNTING


FOR 2 LT.-+oW, 4 LT.--40W, 6 LT.-20W

SINGLE STEM MOUNTING SINGLE STEM MOUNTJITJG


FOR 6 LT.-3OW FOR 2 LT..+OW,
4 LT.-+oW, I LT.-40W

Stem Sets on Page 31.

ORDERING INFORMATION
Cat. No Lamps Shielding Size

6-20W 30" x 30"


-13!79
1 3486 6-30W 42" x42
I
13492 2-40W Acrylic 16" x54"
13494 4 - 40W JZ X54
t3498 B-40W 54" x54"

16
o A,=(2) tV 6il KO's 6 Lt.20W
B= (4) e/3ztt x r/z// Slots
C=(4) rY 5// KO's
D=(2) eA2tt x %/r Slots a
E=(4)sA2r x %/, KO's
F=3" KO d
ts
q

i o
=

zo
I
-.l6rt%-oV-db|!fthT
u-_______:__-__ ll The following Quick Calculator Charts, based on room surface reflectances of 80% ceiling, 50% walls
and 20yo floor, determine the number and spacing of fixtures lor any desired Ievel of illumination.
l*_30._____.1d Coefficients of utilization were computed by the Zonal-Cavity Method, LE.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a20Y" floor cavity reflectance.
6 Lt.30W
2Lt.-40W&61t.-20W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.4 % Efrective E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 389334
Ceiling Cavity

m
Reflectance
Reflectance 50 30 10150 30 10150 30
80 I 50 I 10

10

Cavity Coefficients of Utilization


Rati o
ffi
.54.51.49.51,49.47.48.46.45
.49 .45 .42 .47 .43 .4L 44 .41 .40
.44 .40 .37 .42 .39 .36 .40 .37 .35
.39.35.32.38.34.31 .36.33.30
.36 .31 .28 .34 .30 .27 .32 .29 .27
.32.28 .24.3t .27 .24 .29 .26 .24
.29 .24 .21 .2a .24 .27 .27 .23 .2t
3 -4 5 I 7 3 e ro ]L 12 9 .26 .21 .18 .25.21 .18 .24 .20.r8
-foVo-Vo o%L-f l0 .24 .19 .16 .23 .19 .16 .22.t8 .16
CENTER TO CENTER DSTANCE OF ftXIURE IN FELT

Above data for 2 Lt.--40 Watt un ts. For 6 Lt.-20 Above C.U.'s for 2 L1.40 Watt units. For 6 Lt.
| I -
f--+z-------------.1;" Watt units, multiply chart values by 1.0. -20 Watt units, multiply C.U.'s by
-
"^. 0.9,

4Lt.-40W&61t.-30W o".Eflec,tive E.T.L.


SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.4 REP0RT N0. 389335
2 Lt.40W 4 Lt.40W Ceilins Cavity
Re{lectance 80 I 50 I
ffi
10

o Cavity
Ratio
1
Coeff icients of Utilization
.63 .61 .59 .59 .58 ,56 .55 .54 .53

F1 lI E
2
3
4
5
.56 .53 .50 .53 .51 .48 ,50 .48 .46
.50.46.43.48 .45 .42.45 .43.4L
.45 .4r .37 .43.40 ,37 .41 .38 .36
.40 .36 .32 .39 .35 .32 .37 .34 .31
glg 6 .37 .32 .28 .35 .31 .28 .33 .30 .27
7 .33 .28 .25 .32 .27 .24 .30 .27 .24

I [4
8 .30 .25 .2r .28 .24 .2I .27 .24 .2L
9 .26 .22 .I8 .25 .2I .r8 .24 .21 .L8

Il
345 6 7 ! 9 l0 Lt r2
CFNITF TO CENTIR D STANCT O 10 .24.19 .16 .23 .19 .16 .22 .L9 .16
Above data for 4 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 6 Lt.-30 Above C.U.'s for 4 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 6 Lt.
Watt units, multiply chart values by 1.1.
tl -
-30 Watt units, multiply C.U.'s by 0.9.

8 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Patallel L2t Perpendicular 1.4
'; Effective
Ccilins Cavitv
E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 389336
Reflec-tance- 80 I 50 I
nroiMhT
H1
L-re ---! '
lrfb-%gd%lnT
u:+t1
l-_3r._______l
ffi
Rmm.............................................................-
Cavity Coeff icients of Utilization
10

i; Ratio
@
2 .62.58.55 .59 .56.53.55.53 .51
3 .56.51 .48.53 .49 .47 .50 .47 .45
=
4 .50 .45,42,48 ,44.4L .45 .42.40
5 .45 ,40 .36 .43 .39 .36 .41 .38 .35
6 .41 .36 .32 .39 .35 .32 .37 .34 .31
7 .37 .32.28 .35.31 .28 .34 .30 .28
1 8 .33 .28 .25 .32 .27 .24 .30 .27 .24
9 .30 .25 .2L .29 .24 .2r .27 .24 .2r
CENI'R TO CENTER DSTANCE O 10 .27 .22 .L9 .26 .22.19 .25 ,2L ,L9
I
GRID PATTERNS

I ffiT
: 30"x30" 16"x54" 32"x54" 42"x42" 54"x54"

l- I (i l-I T() l- I lI l? rz
Shallow and flush with a flat, matte opal acrylic
MODULAR ISOPLEX diffuser, Modular lsoplex provides well-diffused
direct illumination from a simple surface-mounted
sou rce.
Cleanly detailed sieel chassis has seamless,
drawn end pieces which fit flush into matching
offset in side of chassis. There are no exposed sheet
metal edges. Buili-in light stop prevents light leaks.
Only 31/2" deep, the housing has knockouts for side-
to-side or end-to-end mounting. There are no latches
or exposed hardware to mar its simplicity of line.
Vacuum-formed acrylic diffuser is flush with the
bottom of the housing. A luminous reveal maximizes
the lighted area and provides space for fingertip
pressure to release the diffuser for relamping. lt
remains suspended on concealed hinge straps dur-
ing servicing.
Optional: Genuine walnut frame which fits pre-
cisely over f ixture, available for enriching selected
areas with the warmth of wood.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Diffuser (11 is one-piece, vacuum-formed 100% virgin acrylic
0.060" thick; matte finish; no separate frame; luminous reveal;
supported by flexible, high-strength hinge straps during re-
lamping; removes wlthout tools. Chassis (2) is of stamped
steel; opaque sides. Seam/ess Drawn Ends (3) fit flush into
matching offset in chassis; no exposed sheet metal edges;
accepts walnut frame. Bal/asts: 40W-Fapid Start HPF, in-
ternally-fused, ETL certified; 20W--Trigger Start LPF

45',

SINGLE STEM_CONTINUOUS MOUNTING

Stem Sets on Page Jl,(2' x2' and 1' x 4'fixtures-double


or single stem mounting; 2' x 4' fixtures-single stem mount
ins.)

NOTE: All Modular lsoplex fixtures are approved for instal-


lation on low-density fiberboard ceilings. For Iow-density-
ceiling fixtures, specify catalog number followed by "-LD."

ORDEBING INFORMATION
Size*
Cat. No. Lamps Dtffuser
(Nominal)

- 82415 4-20W 2'x2'


825'1 5 2-40W Acrylic 1'x4'
-q-qow ,4 --
81615 2'
rcit*t g*riii *unut tri,ie ini:"blei, all sit;s-"bNe
(see page 31 ).

18
A:1l/zttKO
B=(2) r76' KO's
C:(2) t/ro/' KO's & 7+// Slots
D:(4) eA2tt x I/1/ Slots I
E= 3// KO a
F
a

The followingQuickCalculatorCharts,based on roomsurfacereflectancesof 80%ceiling,50%walls


and 20% floor, determine the number and spacing offixtures for any desired level of illumination.
Coefficients of utilization were computed by the Zonal-Cavity Method, l.E.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a207" floor cavity reflectance.

2 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATIO: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.3 E.T.L. REPoRT N0. 3e8117
3:,it?.Jll,i,
Reflec"tance' 80 I so I
ffi
10

Rmm-'......................................................-
Cavity Coeff icients of LJtilization
Ratio
@
4 Lt.40W 2 .46.43 .40 .43 .41 .39 .40 .38 .37
3 .40 .37 .34 .38 ,35 .33 .36 .34 .32
4 4 .36 .32 .29 .34 .3I .28 .32 .29 .27
5 ,32 .27 .24 .30 .27 .24 .28 .26 .23
6 .28 .24 .2), .27 .23 .2r .25 .23 .20
7 .26 .2LL8 .25 .2L18 .23 .20 .18
8 .23 .19.76.22.18.16.21 .18.15
3! i 0 z q s r! 9 .20 .16 .14 .20 .16 .13 .19 .16 .13
FFXIUR' NFEII 10 .19 .15 .12 .18 .14 .12 .I7 .L4 .L2

4 Lt.-20W
% Efreclive E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 398116
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.3 Ceilins Cavity
Reflectance 80 I 50 |
ffi
10

2 Lt.40W 4 Lt.20W
li-fi:-6-1-T pffirEf Cavity Coeff icients of utilization
lrt-l L Ut::---:::-{ 1 Ratio
L--12." ---l ' l__ _z+r,"_-1 ; I
2
.63 .6i .58.59 .57 .56
,55 .51 .48 .52 .4S .46
.55
.48
.53 .52
.46.44
3 .49 .44 .40 .46.42 .39 .43 .40 .38
4 .44.38 .34 .41 .37 .34 .38 .35 .33
5 .38 .33 .29 .36 .32 .28 .34 .30 .28
6 .34 .29 .25 .33 .28 .25 .3t .27 .24
7 .3t .26 .22 .29 .25 .2r .28 .24.21
8 .28 .22.t9 .26 .22 .19 .25 .2r .78
, 3 4 5 6 7 ! e rn rr 9 .25 .20 .L6 .24.19 .16 .22 .19 .16
l0 .22 .L8 ,L4 ,2L .L7 .r4 .20 .r7 .r4

4 Lr.-40W -i;iL?.J.li,
SPACING RATI0: Paraliel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.3 E.T.L. REPoRT N0. 3e8212
Reflectance 80 I 50 I 10
ffi
Reflectance 50 30 10150 30 10150 30 10
I cR:l widh: Mt :hr*dkd.m)
Ro-d6--
lRh l0 I Hr
Cavity Coeff icients of tltilization
d cR-5lRm t dth:2rtq n,hr ioilohr)
',J I C R- l0(Rod widlh:tt Hi dd.*dr! ild 1
2
3
4
6 .35 .29 .25 .33 .29 .25 .3t .28 .25
7 ,3r .26 ,22 .30 .25 .22 .28 .24 .21,
8 .28 .23 .19 .27 .22 .r9 .25 .2t .r9
o ,25 .20 .16 .24 .20 .t6.23 ,19 .16
10 .23 .18 .15 .22 .r7 .r4 .21 .r7 .!4
Optiplex offers a shallow, fully luminous diffuser
MODULAR OPTIPLEX /OPTIPLEX that extends below the housing to provide an even
distribution of diffused illumination through the sides,
ends and bottom. Sidelighting minimizes brightness
contrasts between fixture and adjacent ceiling.
Downlighiing is soft and uniform.
Frameless one-piece diffuser of vacuum-formed
virgin acrylic permanently retains its dimensions and
pure white color. Concealed spring hinges permit
diffuser to snap out with fingertip pressure and
swing down for easy relamping without use of tools.
Die-formed steel chassis is cleanly detailed with
precise corners that align perfectly when units are
mounted in continuous runs. No extraneous hardware.
Modular Optiplex is available in 4 sizes for mount-
ing singly, end-to-end or side-to-side; and with op-
tional genuine walnut f rame for distinctive treatment
of selected areas. Optiplex is available in 3 sizes
for mounting singly or end-to-end.
SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Diffuser (1) is one piece, vacuum-formed 100% virgin cast
acrylic sheet 0.125" thick; semi-matte finish; no separate
frame; supported by concealed sprlng hinges during relamp-
ing. Ref/ector (2) completely encloses wiring and ballasts,
removes without tools. Seam/ess Drawn Ends (3) f it f lush into
matching offset in chassis; no exposed sheet metal edges.
Ny'odular Optiplex chassis accepts walnut frame. Bal/asts:
40W-Rapid Start HPF, internally-fused, ETL certif ied; 20W-
Trigger Start LPF.

STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS

OPTIPLEX
--Tr- TL-a -..i T
-il -TT
tNtt l*d s<]+48,--48 !;

r:-':-:f i
T-T-;-r.'\j'\
t(.g-

DOUBLE SINGLE SINGLE STEM-


STEM STEM CONTINUOUSMOUNTING
Stem Sets on Page 31.
(Modular Optiplex: 2' x2' and 1'x 4'fixtures-double or single
stem mounting; 2'x 4'fixtures-single stem mounting; 4'x 4'
fixtures--4-stem corner mounting. Optiplex: 1' x 4' fixtures-
double or single stem mounting; 1' x 2' and 2' x 2' fixtutes-
::Ti:::::rvii:::::r1: 1I"--.
NOTE: AllModular Optiplex and Optiplex fixtures are ap-
proved for installation on low-density fiberboard ceilings. For
low-density-ceiling fixtures, specify catalog number followed
by "-1D."
OBDERING INFORMATION
Modular Optiplex*
Size"
Cat. No Lamps D i ffus er
(Nominal)
83415 4-20W 2'x2'
83515 2-40W 1'x4'
__8_9615
4-40W Acrylic -'.-
2 X4
8381 3 6-40W 4--
4' x
83815 8-40W 4'x4'
Optiplex
Cat. No. Lamps D i ffus er Size

13524 4 -20W 1131,,x2a%,,


13s26 6-20W Acrylic 2314,,x24%"
13544 4-40W 14%i'x48%0"
;opr;;; genuine walnut frame available for all Modular
Optiplex sizes above (see page 3l).
20
A=1t/z't KO

0 B -(2)
C=121
I
'/ o"
tt1 un
& 7+/ Slots
D-141s1rr" x t/ztt KO's
Ko's
4O'"
I
a
E=3f KO q
F=33/+ttKO
G=(4) ryL6l KO,s
o
=
MODULAR OPTIPLEX
z

T The followingQuickCalculatorCharts,based on roomsurfacereflectancesof 80%ceiling,50%walls


and 20y" tloot, determine the number and spacing of fixtures for any desired level of illumination.
Coefficients of utilization were computed by the Zonal-Cavity Method, l.E.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a207" floor cavity reflectance.

4 Lt.40W 2Lr.-40W&41r.-20W
;i 1.3
I

SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.3 E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 337518
l;,[tt"J.li,,

il Reflectance 80 I
ffi
Roo m
Cav ity
50 I

Coeff icients of Utilization


10

E tl
O.ti^
i
2 Lt.40W
rl 4 Lt.20W
6

=
L
2
3
4
5
6
7
.67 .64 .62 .62-.60 .58 .56 .55 .54
.58.54 ,50 .54 .s1 .48 .50 .47 .45
.51 .46 ,42.48 .44 .4r .44.4r .39
.46.40 .36 .43 .38 .35 .39 .36 .33
.40 .34 .30 .38 .33 .29 .35 .31 .28
.36.30.26.34 .29 .25 .31 .28 .25
.32 .27 .23 .30 .26 .22 .28 .24 .2r
r6'vdtT
lr-------n t t70---d'%---U.'ElT
Ir- --------- { !6 7 q 9 r! r1 E L3
8
9
.29 .23 .20 .27 .23 .19 .25 .21 .19
.26 .20 .17 .25 .20 .r7 .23 .19 .16
L-------J. :- -t CNTER IO CEIIER DISTANCE OF NXl!R N FEEI 10 .24 .18 .15 .22.I8 .L5 .2t .I7 .14
l-r:'^ ---{ a l-_24'," ________-l ; Above data for 2 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 4 LL-20 Above C.U.'s for 2 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 4 Lt.
Watt units, multiply chart values by 0.7. -20 Watt units, multiply C.U.'s by 0.9.

o\ o 4 Lt.-40W
\o r-f SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.3 % Effective E.T.L. REP()RT N0.
Ceilins Cavity
Re{leclance 80 I 50 I
372161

ffi 10

ffi
T -@
ll Cavity
Ratio
ffi
Coeff icients of LJtilization

.54.50 .46 .50 .47 .45 .47 .44.43


.47.43.39.4s.41.38.41.39.36
z .42 .37 .33.40 .35 .32 .37 .34 .31
.37.31 .28.35.30.27.33.29.26
IT .33 .28 .24 .3L27 .23 .29
.30 .24 .20 .28 .24 .20 .26
.26 .23
.23 .20
.27 .2L18 .25 .21 .18 .24 .20 .I7
44" .24 .19.15.23.18.15.21 .18.15
I o 1l .22 .17 .13.21 .16 .13 ,20 .16 .13

8Lt.-40W&61r.-40W
6 Lr.40W I Lr.40W SPACING RATl0r Parallel 1.3; Perpendicular 1.3 E T.L. REP0RT N0. 35424e
3:,itli.J,li,
ffiI Rellectance 80 I 50 I
ffi 10

:,
ou*"----------] . ffi
Cavity Coefficients of Utilization
Ratio
ffi
3 2 .53.49 .46 .49.46 .44 .45 .43 .41
4
3 .47 .42 .39 .44.40 .37 .40 .38 .35
OPTIPLEX 4 .42.37,33.39.35.32.36.33.30
5 .37 .31 .28 .34 .30
.27 .32 .28 .26
6 .33 .28 .24 .3r .27
.23 .29 .25 .22
7 .30 .24 .2r .28 .23
.20 .26 .22 .20
8 .26 .!8 .23 .20 .17
.21 .r8 .25 .21
I a1 ?2 tot)t?)l t! rt tF t1 19 t9 20 2t 22 23 2a 25 29 9 .I9 .r5 .22,18 .15 .21 .17 .15
.24
CEITER TO CENTLR D STANCE OT FXIURE N FTEI 10 .17 .14.20 .16 .13 .r9 .16 .13
.22
Above data for I Lt.--40 Watt units. For 6 Lt.-40 Above C.U. s for 8 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 6 Lt
Wdtt units, multiply chart values by 0.8. --40 Watt units, multjply C.U. s by 1.1.

@
@
gl
I
4 Lt. 20W

,,, __J."
4Lt.-40W&51t.-20W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2i Perpendicular 1.2
% Effec^tive. E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 337019
L;erlrng uavrly
Refleclance 80 I
ffi 50 | 10

@'.c-t t RC l-t nn.wd- l0r& tt rb.*drrrml Foom-


Coeff icients of lJtilization
vP R+, RC i-5nn.Wffi =2r tu fr $d!*dlrLnd Cavity
Ratio
-I @
2 .50 .46 ,43 .46 .43 .41 .42.40 .38
3 .44.40 .36 .41 .38 .35 .37 .35 .33
z 4 .39 .34 .31 .36 .33 .30 .33 .30 .28
5 .35 .30 .26 .32 .28 .25 .30 .21 .24
25 6 .31 .26 .22 .29 .25 .22 .27 .23 .21
7 .28.23.19.26 .22.I9.24.21.18
8 .25 .20 .17 .23.19 .16 .22 .18 .16
13 14 15 16 9 .22.18 ,15 .21 .17 ,14 .19 ,16 ,14
CENTTR IO CTNTR OISTANCE OF FIXTURE IN FEEI 10 .20.16.13.19.15.13.18.15.12
6 Lt.20W Above data for 4 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 6 Lt.-20 Above C.U.'s for 4 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 6 Lt.
Watt units, multiply chart values by 0.7. -20 Watt units, multiply C.U.'s by 1.1.
CIRCULUME/CIRCULITE

Round CIRCULITE I offers an abundance of well,diffused general


jllumination from Circline lamps in a shallow-formed diffuser of
virgin acrylic or light-stabilized styrene, is well-suited to installation
in general utility and circuiatton areas. Fully-enclosed, f rameiess dif-
fuser fits tightly into regressed ceiling pan, forming a dust-inhibiting,
light-tight seal. Hidden, flexible spring hinges permit fast, simple
mai ntenance.
CIRCULUN/E offers the textured richness and color of genuine
walnut veneer or the simplicity of clean matte gray enamel ln a
shallow fixture wjth widespread direct distribution. There is no up-
light or side spill to emphasize flaws on the ceiling. Convex glass
diffuser is regressed. Self-jlluminated bezel matches outer band.
On the walnut version, the outer surface and inner bezel are ver-
tically grained and a beaded rim protects the edge of the veneer.
Ceiling pans are regressed, finished in matte black. Torsiontite*
Spring Hinges permit fast, safe relamping.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Ceiling Pan (1) is regressed;
matte black tioish. Diffuser (2)
is convex glass; regressed.
Diffuser Assemb/y (3) pulls
down from any side with finger-
tip pressure and remains sus-
pended on Torsiontite" Spring
Hinges (4) during relamping;
can be removed entirely by
compressing springs and dis-
engaging from retainer. 8al- 32l4OW spACtNG RATIo:
/asts: Rapid Start LPF (Circline
Fluorescent lamps).
z
22132W sPACTNG RATro: 1.2 tr
!q

a
o
zo
tr =
Q
F
q 8 z
5
o
+
This Quick Calculator Chart, %.Effec-tive. E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 368617
o based on room surface L;eilrng uavrly
z
ARA PER FXTURE /N SOIAFL FEET reflectances oi 80% ceiling, Rellectance 80 I 50 I 10
?llqi99 50% walls and 20'/" tloor, ffi
CENIER IO CENITR OSTANCT OF FXTURT IN IEET
determine the number and Re{rectance 50 30 10l50 30 10 l50 30 10
spacing of fixtures for any RM-.--
desired level of illumination. Cavity Coefficients of Utilization
This Quick Calculator Chart, %.Effec-tlve E.T.t. REP0RT N0. 400368 Rati o
based on room surface uerllng uavrty CoefJicients of utilization were @
reflectances of 80% ceiling, computed by the Zonal-Cavity 2 .5L4l .43 ,45.42 .39 .38 .36 .34
50% walls and 20o/o lloot, Method. l.E.S. Recommended 3 .45 .40 .36 .40 ,36 .33 .34 .31 .29
determine the number and Practice, and are based on a 4 .39 .34 .30 .35 .37 .28 .30 .27 .25
spacing of fixtures for any
Coeff icients of Util ization
20Y" Iloor cavity reflectance. 5 .35 .29 .25 .3t .27 .23 .26 .23 .2r
desired level of illumination. 6 .31 .25 .22 .28 .23 .20 .24 .20 .I8
Coefficients of utilization were 7 .27 .22 .t8 .25 .20 .r7 .21 .r8 .16
comouted bv the zonal-Cavitv
8 .25 .20 .16 .22.18 .15 .19 .16 .14
Method. l.E.S. Recommended'
2 .30 .28. 30 .28 .27 .28 .27 .26 9 .22 .17 .14 .20.16 .13 .17 .14 .12
Practice, and are based on a
3
4
.26 .23 .27 .25 .23
.20 .24 .2r .20
.25 .23 .22
.22 .20 .r9
10 .20 .15 .12 .18 .14 .11 .16 ,13 .10
2070 tloor cavity reflectance- 5 22 .19 .17 .21 .79.17 .20 .18 .16
6 20 .17 .15 .19 .16 .15 .18 .16 .14
7 18 .15 .13 .17 .15 ,15 .16 ,14 .12
16 ,13 .11.15.13.11.i5.12.11
f----ri lA
8
9 I4 .11 .10.14.11.10.13.11.09

t,
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OBDERING INFORMA,TION
-B ' Dlmensions
ORDERING INFORMATION Cat. No. Lamps Finish Diffuser

D mensl ons -5%"


32/40W ^ 24" Dia.
i

Cat. No. Lamps Finlsh Diffuser


White StVtn-:-
'
10102 22/32W 4%" 18" Dia.
10145 22/32W Walnut 4%" 1411" Dia. 10106 32140W s%" 24" Dia.
LilaSS '- White ACryllC-
10147 22/32W Gray 4ia" 14%" Dia. 10107 22/32W ' 4%" 18" Dia.

22
Square CIRCULITE I offers an abundance of well-diffused general
iilumination from Circiine lamps in a shallow-formecl diffuser of
virgin acrylic or light-stabilized styrene, is well suited to general
utility and circulation areas. Fully-enclosed, frameless diffuser fits
tightly into regressed ceiling pan, forming a dust-inhibiting, light-
tight seal. Hidden, flexible spring hinges permit fast, simple
maintenance.

CIRCULITE ll has an acrylic diffuser supported tn a frame softly


SPECIFICATION FEATURES illuminated by spill light which gives it a floating iook, thus reducing
Ceiling Pan (t) is circumferentially embossed for maxjmum rigidity and the apparent depth. Regressed ceiling pan and outer band eliminate
tight-to-ceiling mounting. Mounting P/ate (2) supports and permits rotation
of ceiling pan for correct orientation with buildtng elements. Diffuser (3) ljght leaks, block uplight or sidelight which might emphasize flaws
is 1000/q virgin acrylic 0.08d'thick or lighrstabilized styrene 0.060" thick; on the ceiling. Torsiontite* Spring Hinges permit diffuser frame to
upper edge fits totally within ceiling pan for dust-inhibiting, light-tight be puiled down from any side for fast, easy, safe relamping. Avail-
seal; supported on ceiling pan by two concealed weld studs and flush
snap latch; suspended on Concealed Spring Hinges (4) durtng relamping. able with matte charcoal gray enamel outer band, white enamel inner
8aliastsi Flapid Start LPF (Circline Fluorescent lamps). band; matte charcoal brown outer band, satin copper inner band.
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f!'i'tt;'.t:l:,,
based on room surface
reflectances of 80% ceiling,
50% walls and 20a/" lloot,
determine the number and
9#P,,#
Rellectance
Rm-m
-.-- 50 30 10150 30 10150 30 10 This Quick Calculator Chart,
Above data for 32,/40

o;.Effec^tive.
Watt unrts For
units, mult ply chart values by 0.6.
22132

E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 4001'15


Watl

spacing of fixtures for anv uerlrng cavtty


desired level of illumination.
Coefficients of utilization were
computed by the Zonal-Cavity
Cavity
Rati o
@
2
Coefficients of Utilization

,51 .4/ .43 .45.42 .39 .38 .36 .34


based on room surface
reflectances of 80% ceiling,
50% walls and 20o/" iloor,
determine the number and
ffi
BclE-qbrce---10 3! u150 30 ro l5o 30 10
R00m
Method. l.E.S. Recommended 3 .45 .40 .36 .40 .36 .33 .34 .3i ,29 spacing of fixtures for any
Cavity Coefficients of Utilization
Practic6. and are based on a 4 .39 .34 .30 .35 .37 .28 .30 .27 .25 desired Ievel of illumination. Ratio
207o floor cavlty reflectance. 5 .35 .29 .25 .3I .27 .23 .26 .23 .2L Coefficients of utilization were ffi
6 .31 .25 .22 .28 .23 .20 .24 .20 .L8 computed by the Zonal-Cavity 2 .53 .49.46 .50 .47 .45 .46 .44.43
7 .27 .22 .78 .25.20 .17 ,21 .18 .16 [4ethod. l.E.S. Recommended .47 .43 .39.44 .41 .38 ,41 .3S .37
8 .25 .20 .16 .22.18 .15 .19 .16 .14 Practice, and are based on a .42 .31 .33.40 .36 .32 .37 .34 .32
9 .22 ,17 .I4 .20.16 .13 .17 .14 .12 20o/" lloor cavity reflectance. .37 .32 .28.35
.31 .28 .33 .30 .27
10 .20 .15 .12.18 .14 "11 .16 .13 .10 ,33 .28 .24 .31
.27 .24 .3A .26 t24
i-. .30 .25.21 .28
,24 .2L27 .23 .21.
.27 .22 .I8 .26 .2r .r8 .24 .2r .18
.24.19.16.23 .19 .16 .22 .r8 .16
t irr
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lA 10 .22 .17 .I4 .2LI7 .1.4.20 ,16 .14
Above C U. s for 32i40 Watt units. For
22i32 Watl units. multiply C.U. s by 0.9.

ORDERING INFORMATION ORDERING INFORMATION


Dimensions
Cat. No. Lamps Finish D iffuser Cat. No. Lamps Fin ish Diffuser
AB -a- B--
roio: 3214c,vr - --, - -:
vvnrte srlo;; zq" sq. lgj5 ?2t32w l11v_"qryq" 4%"
lotu zz/szw_ _ utyrene
iy; - 3"sq. 101-9_?l?\_?Py_t9qryg Acrylic
4%"
_ 16" pia.
10108 32140W
Tuos - nW White Acrylic s%" 24" Sq. -4w',-
_L0t!q _9?1_49y c'ey3\^/lllr__
10139 32140W Brown & Copper
5"
5"
22" Dia.
18" ;. 22" Oia
;
u. s. put.ni Nol,7or29;

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Lytelume l, with a matte-finished diffuser of uni-
LYTELUME I/LYTELUME II form whiteness, provides soft, comfortable down-
lighting and generous sidelighting, is ideal for cor-
ridors, stairhalls or other circulation areas.
Lytelume ll, with a clear prismatic shielding on
bottom and sides, directs lights down and outward,
providing high-level illumination of vertical surfaces
such as corridor walls or library bookstacks.
Ribbed end plates are die-cast for ruggedness,
have a built-in light trap and precisely-detailed ribs
that assure precise interlock and true ailgnment.
Frameless shieldings release with only fingertip
compression of sides, swing down and remain safely
suspended on pivots integrally cast with the ends.
Shieldings can be completely removed without tools
and replaced from either side of fixture.
SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Lytelume I Dittuser (1) is extruded, one-piece 100% virg n
acrylic or light-stabilized styrene 0.080" thick; translucent
white; matte finish; frameless; swings down on pivot pins for
relamping; removes without tools. Lytelume Il Prismatic
Shielding (2) is extruded, one-piece 1000/6 clear virgtn acryl c
or light-stabilized styrene 0.125" thick, with external linear
prisms of varylng angles on bottom and sides; frameless;
swings down on pivots for relamping; removes wlthout tools.
Dte-Cast Ends (3) are precisely detailed with vertical ribs;
built-in light trap; panel removes easily to expose ample
knockout for thru-wiring. Chassis (4) is die-formed steel;
white enamel finish. Eaiiastsr 30W cr 40W-Fapid Start HPF,
internally-fused, ETL certlfied; 20W-Trigger Start LPF.

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STEM MOUNTING
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SINGLE STEM

SINGLE STEM-CONTINUOUS MOUNTING


Stem Sets on Page 31.
NOTE: All Lytelume fixtures are approved for installation on
low-density fiberboard ceilings. For low-density-ceiling flx-
tures, specify catalog number followed by "-LD."

ORDERING INFORMATION
Lytelume I
Cat. No. Cat. No. Lamps Le ngth
Styre ne_ Acrylic
10112 10122 1-20W 243/e',l

101 13 10123 1 -30W 36%"


10114 10124 1 -40W i8'lJ'
101 18 10128 2-40W 96 i '"
Lytelume ll
Cat. No Cat. No Lamps Le ngth
Styrene Acrylic
10182 10192 1 -20W 243/e"
r0183 10193 1 -30W 363/e'l
'1
0184 10194 1 -40W 483/a"

10188 10198 2-4OW 96t i t"


Joiner-Light
Cat. No. Lamps Size
r0e90 7%w 7% S/CW) a%" Sq.
1ow 10s14/tF I i':li?i:
11w 11s14,1F I :;::i:lY
1sw 15A1 5 ) -'--'-'-

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The following Quick Calculator Charts, based on room surface reflectances of 807" ceilinc,50% walls
and 20o/o floot, determine the number and spacing of fixtures for any desired level of illumination.
Coefficients of utllization were computed by the zonal-Cavity Method, l.E.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a 20yo floor cavity reflectance.

1 Lt.-40W,1 Lt.-30W& I Lt..20W LYTELUME I


RATIo: Parallel
SPACING RATI0: L2, Perpendicular 1.7 1.7 % Efrec-rive. E.T.t, REP0RT N0. 400007

Cavity
Ratio
8 ffi
2 .60 .s5 .50 .51 .47 .43 .40 .38 .35
3 .52.46 .40 .44 .39 .35 .35 .32 .29
2
4 .46 .39 .34 .39 .34 .30 .31 .27 .25
5 .40.33 .28.34 .29 .25.27 .23.20
6 .36 .29 .24 ,30 .25 .2L24 .20 .17
7 .32 .25 .20 .27 .22 .18 .22 .18 .r5
?? { i I / ? 8 .29 .22 .L7 .24.19 .15 .20 .16 .13
CTNTER TO CENTER D STANCE OF FXIURE IN FEEI '! 9 .26.L9.15.22.17.13.18.14.11
10 .23 .r7 .r3 .20 .r5 .12.16 .12 .10
Above data for 1 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 1 Lt.-20 Above C.U.'s for 1 Lt.--40 Watt units. For I Lt
Watt units, multiply chart values by 0.4; for'l Lt.-30 -20 Watt and 1 Lt.-30 Watt units, multiply
Watt units, multiply by 0.7. C.U.'s by 1 .0.

I Lr.-40W,1 Lt.-30W & I Lt.-20W LYTELUME II


SPACING MTl0: Patallel 7.2; Perpendicular 1.1 % Effective E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 400868
CeilinE Cavitv
Re{leclance- 80 I 50 I 10

Rellectance 50 30 10 150 30 10150 30 10

Cavity Coeff icients of Utilization


Ratlo
ffi 2 .6L.57 .52 .53 .50 .47 .44 .42 .40
3 .55.49.44.48.43.40 .39 .37.34
4 .49.43.38.43.38.34.35.32.30
2 Lr.40W
5 .43 .37 .32 .38 .33 .30 .32 .29 .26
6 .39 .33 .28 .35 .30 .26 .29 .26 .23
7 .35 .29 .25 .31 .27 .23 .21 .23 .20
?3 { t I 7 A 9 rp 8 .32 .26 ,22.28 .24 .20 .24 .2r .78
CENIER TO CENTTR D]SIANCE Of F {IURE IN FEIT 9 .29 .23 .19 .26.21 .18 .22 .19 .16
10 .27 .2L.L7 .24.19.16 .20,17 .r4
Above data for 1 Lt.--40 Watt units. For 1 Lt.-20 Above C.U.'s for 1 Lt.--40 Watt units. For I Lt.
Watt units, multiply chart values by 0.4; for 1 Lt.-30 -20 Watt and 1 Lt.-30 Watt units, multiply
Watt units, multiply by 0.7. -C.U.'s
by 1.0.

LIGHTING DATA FOR LIBRARY BOOKSTACK APPLICATIONS

t Lt.20w I Lt.30W
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? WITH SINGLE UNIT WITH,5 UNITS FLOOR

F-s'2"--4
Values shown are initial footcandles on a vertical surface using 40 Watt warm white !amps.
Values at left are those obtained using a single Lytelume ll unit; values at right are those
obtained in the center of a2Q' run of 5 Lytelume ll units.

l- N (i l-t T(3 $*" # HH ne


MODULAR SIGHTRON A compact, slim channel of Iight that distributes
uniform, well-diffused illumination through an in-
jection-molded white acrylic or styrene diffuser,
Modular Sightron is ideally suited for corridor, entry
and utility area lighting in offices, banks, schools,
hospitals. transpodatlon terminals.
Diffuser, with parlially closed Iuminous ends, has
no separate frame or exposed hinges and latches to
mar its clean lines. Two concealed hinges support
diffuser during relamping and maintenance, assure
positive locking when it is closed.
Chassis, of sturdy die-formed steel, has built-in
baff Ies on each side to prevent light leaks, is equally
free of exposed hardware. Cleanly detaited end
plates remove easily for continuous mounting*,
require no joiner straps. Matching corner accessory
of white enameled cast aluminum permits coordi-
nated square or rectangular patterns.
Modular Sightron can be used for surface, stem
or wall mounting.
*Removal of both end plates in continuous runs decreases
nominal length by 1/a" per fixture.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Diffuser (1) is
injection-molded 1000/o virgin acrylic or light-
stabilized styrene 0.100" thick; partially closed luminous
ends; supported on two concealed hinges during relamping.
Chassls (2) is one-piece, dje-formed steel; built-in baffles on
both sides prevent light leaks. Ref/ector (3) snaps into chassis,
completely encloses wirlng and ballasts; removes without
tools. Ealiastsj 40W-Bapid Start HPF, internally-fused, ETL
certified; 20W-Trigger Start LPF.

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STEM MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS

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DOUBLE STEt\,,1 SINGLE STEM

SINGLE STEM-CONTINUOUS MOUNTING

Stem Sets on Page 31.

ORDERING INFORMATION

Cat. No. Lamps D lffu ser Length


10152 1 - 20W iiii,l
101s3- 1 -40W Styrene lgxc'1,
iolaa z_ iow e6xi'
i o16s-- ! _10! Acrylic
48%i
10168 2
- 40Vl e6%i'
10999 CornerAccessory-White
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The followingQuickCalculatorCharts,based on roomsurfacereflectancesof 80%ceiling,50%walls


and 20y" Iloot, determine the number and spacing of fixtures for any desired tevel of illumination.
Coefficients of utilization were computed by the Zonal-Cavity Method, LE.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a20yo floor cavity reflectance.

I Lt.-40W& I Lr.-20W o/o Effecjive E.T.L. REP0RT N0. 356429


SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.2; Perpendicular 1.5 Ceilinp Cavitv
Reflec"tance' 80 I so I
\ 3250 LUM'NS PR
lt
LAMP
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I Lt.20W
8
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Cavity
Ratio
ffi
2
3
Coefficients of Utilization
_
.55.50 .45 .48 .43 .40 .38 .36 .33
.48 .42 .37 .41.36 .33 .33 .30 .28
4 .42.35.30,36 .3t.27 .29.26.23
s .37 .30 .25 .32 .26 .22 .26 .22 .19
6 .33 .26 .21, .28.23 .19 ,23 .r9 .16
7 .29.23 .18 ,25 .20 .16 .20 .I7 .14
8 .26.20.15.22.18.14.18.r5.12
? ? I .- 1 q 7 I 9 9 .23 .t7 "L3 .20.15 .12 .17 .13 .10
CTNT'R IO CINIER DISTANCE OF FIXIURT IN FEII 10 .21 .15 .11 .18 .14 .10 .15 ,11 .09
Above data for 1 Lt.-40 Watt un ts. For 1 Lt.-20 Above C.U. s for I Lt.--40 Watt units. For 1 Lt
Watt unlts. multiply chart values by 0.4. C.U. s by L0.
-20 Watt units, mulriply

2 Lr.40W I Lt.40W

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CORNER ACCESSORY
Shallow and compact, lect-A-Line is ideal
REFLECT.A.LINE Ref
wherever mounting space is limited, can be surface
or stem-mounted individually or end-to-end in con-
tinuous runs.
When surface-mounted (on side or back), it can be
used under cabinets or shelves to provide efficient,
high-level illumination for desk tops, counter tops
and other work planes.
When stem-mounted on ceilings or walls, Reflect-
A-Line can be rotated, providing great,f lexibility for
lighting objects in either the horizontal or vertical
plane. Stem-mounted units can, for example, be
used to illuminate bulletin or chalk boards or to
provide back-lighting of merchandise displays.
Chassis, f inished in covert gray enamel, shields
the lamp, has its own high-reflectance, baked white
enamel reflector to assure maximum light output.
Units are completely self-contained (no remote
bal last).

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Die Formed Reflector (1) with baked whrte enamel assures
maximum light outpuii reflector fully encloses wiring, snaps
securely (2) into Chassis (3) of one-plece steel finished in
covert gray enamel. Dle-Cast Ends (4) with removable inserts
for thru wiring and stem mounting. Bal/asts; 1-Light 15W-
Pre-Heat LPF; 1-Light 2OW-Trigger Start LPF; 1-Light 30W and
1-Light 40W Rapid Start LPF; 2-Light 4ow-Rapid Start HPF,
lnternally fused, ETL certified.

ORDERING INFORMATION
Cat. No La mps Finish Le ngth

22"
31"
Covert
43"
Gray
tr tr,/

10249* 2-40W 106"


'KO for switch.

ACCESSORIES
Cat. No. Descri pti on Application
'I
0948 End Stem Use one stem at each
Satin Aluminum end of a fixture or
Fin ish run of fixiures. Stem
length of 18" can be
shortened on the job
rsing ortly a hacksaw.
1 0949 Joiner Stem Use one stem at each
Satin Aluminum joint between fixtures
Finish in continuous runs.

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When mounted as
shown (l.E.S. When mounted as
recom mended shown, Fleflect-A-
practice), Reflect- Line provides an
A-Line provides average of 90
the following light footcandles on a
levels for studying: vertical surface
40 watt-150 (40 watt Reflect-A-
footcandles,30 watt Line illustrated).
footcandles.
-105

STEM MOUNTING
INDIVIDUAL REFLECT-A-LINE Stem-Mounted With Two No. 10948 Stems.

o t Lt.30W
Reflect-A-Line
used with No. 109.ltl
Stem Set rotates
360o clockwise or
counter-c I ockwi se
when individually
r Lt.40W stem-mou nted.

-:-f
-l CONTINUOUS ROW REFLECT-A-LINE Stem-Mounted With One No. 10949
Joiner Stem Between Fixtures and Two No.'10948 Stems for Ends of Run.

1l
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I
Reflect-A-Li ne Flefl ect-A-Li ne
used with No. 10949 used with No. 10949
Stem Set rotates Stem Set rotates
80" when installed 200'when installed
with reflector with reflector
facing towards T
lsd
facing away from
mounting plane. mounting plane.

2 Lr.40W 1 Lt.20W

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LOUVRON A ruggedly built fixture that provides direct-indi-
rect illumination with positive cut-off (45o x 35o) and
low brightness sideiighting, Louvron is especially
adaptable for use in schools, offices, banks, stores
and institutional applications.
Unbreakable side panels are of Perfalux--an ex-
clusrve material that combines the translucency of
plastic with the structural qualities of perforated
steel, creating thousands of tiny lenses which diffuse
the light and create uniform luminosity. Smooth
surface texture of Perfalux prevents dust accumula-
tion, minimizing maintenance.
Louver blades, pressure-locked to the louvers to
prevent rattling and maintain rigidjty, provide visual
cut-off to light source. Louvers, supported by spring-
lock fasteners when fixture is closed, are suspended
on steel safety chains durlng relamping.
Shallow chassis, ends and sides, are precisely
fitted to each other, providing a level top that fits
neatly against the ceiling across the entire width of
the fixiure.
Top reflectors are available for conversion to use
as a downlighting fixture only.

SPECIFICATION FEATURES
Side Panels (l) are perforated steel with baked white enamel
finish, overcoated with clear, high-temperature plastic; re-
movable without tools. Louver Blades (2) are pressure-locked
to V-shaped louver channel to prevent rattling, provide maxi-
mum rigidity. Louver (3) is supported by spring-lock fasten-
ers when closed; suspended on safety chains during relamp-
ing. Bal/asts: Rapid Start HPF, internally-fused, ETL certified.

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Stem Sets on Page 31.

ORDERING INFORMATION
Louvron - l3" Wide -
No. Lamps ii.iJ- -
cat. f-""gth
1s143 2-4oVU toit ii "
aa /8
White
rszsd 4:4ow saIr,i;
Tou"ron - 2t' Wide
15353 4-40W 48t4"
- 15BBa -- t-?ow
White g6lyi'
Accessories

Cat. No D es cri pti on .Application

1 5925 Slide Clamp F;-;tt";hi; t


Hanger stems at any point
along length of f ix-
tu re.
15926 4'Top Fleflectors* For use with

15927
,., lllt:!:9-,, l!:1-511?-
4'Top Reflectors" For use with
(4 Lt. Set) No. 15353
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The following Quick Calculator Charts, based on room surface reflectances of 80% ceiling, 50% walls
and 20yo lloor, determine the number and spacing of fixtures for any desired level of illumination.
Coefficients of utillzation were computed by the Zonal-Cavity Method, i.E.S. Recommended Practice,
and are based on a 2Q7o floor cavity reflectance.

2 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.0; Perpendicular 1.5 % Erfeclive E.T.L REPoRT N0. 356552
Ceiline Cavitv
Reflectance' 80 I 50 I 10

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Rnm
CavityCoefficients of Utilization
Ratio
ffi
.62 .57 .54 .47 .44 .42 .3A .29 .28
.55 .50 ,46 ,42 .39 .36 .21 .26 .25
.49 .44 .39 ,38 ,34 .32 .25 .23 .22
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.44 .38 .34 .34 .30 .28 .22 .21 .1,9
.39 .33 .29 .31, .27 .24 .20 .t9 .17
.35 .30 .26 .28 .24 .2r.19 .17 .15
.32 .26 .22 .25 .21 .r9 .17 .15 .14
3 4 5 6 7 3 9 r0 jr l2 tl 9 .29 .23 .20.23 .19 .16 .15 .13 .12
10 .26 .21 .r7 .21. .r7 .14 .14 .1.2 .10

4 Lt.-40W
SPACING RATI0: Parallel 1.0; Perpendicular 1.4 % Efrective E.T.L. REPoRT N0. 356554
3:11'J.1;'."J" 80 r 50 r
ffi
10

F66fr-- Coeff icients of LJtilization


Cavity
Ratio
8 ffi
2 .63:59 .55 .47 .44 .42 .28 .27 .26
8 Lr.40W 4 Lt.40W 3 .56 .51 .47 .42 .39 .36 .26 .24 .23
z 4 .50 .44 ,40 .38 .34 .31 .23 .22 .20
5 .44.39 ,34 .34 .30 .27 .21 .19 .18
6 .40 .34 .30.30 .27 .24 .1,9 .17 .16
7 .36 .30 ,26 .28 .24 .21 .r8 .16 .1,4
8 .33 .27 .23 .25.21 .19 .16 ,14 .13
9 .29 .24 .20 .23.19 .16 .14 .13 .1i
10 .27 .2r .18 .2r .r7 .M,13 .11 .10

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4 Lt.40W 2 Lt.40W

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