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Performance, Versatility, Quality and Aesthetics.

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Contents
Product Structure
\ SITE / APEA Th s vers on O 1993 23 mportant Features
PARKING STRUCTURE
ROADWAY
47 App icatlon GLr des
ABCHITECTURAL FLOOD / ACCENT 9 F xture Spec f catlons
LANDSCAPE 10 14 Order ng nformat on
FOUNTAIN LIGHTING 15 3-Step Photometr c System
]6555 EAST GALE AVENUE l6 19 AFL6 Photometr cs
PO BOX r 275 20 23 AFLT Photometr cs
C TY OF NDUSTF]Y CALIFOBNIA 9]749 24 25 AFLS Photometr cs
USA 26-27 AFLg Photometr cs
PHONF 818 / 968 5666
FAX 818 r 369 ?695 28 AFLB & I Louver Photometr cs
29 Conputer Layouts and Diskettes

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Product Structure See AFL Series Catalog
for 70 Watt to 175 Wati
Arch tectura Floodl ghts.

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Gr d Louver Option
for AFLg only

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Mu tlple
Top l\y'ounts
Mlutpe

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Wal Mount
Slde N,4ounts

Pole w th 2" p pe size


tenon by Kim or others.
Stee tenon requ red
for two or more
fixtures.

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lmportant Features

Four Beam Patterns The nature of f ood ghting riran-


AFL6
dates versat ty. The tremen-
dous varlety ol surlaces and
oblects to lle unlnated s lur
ther complicated by vary ng
requ rements lor fixture ocation
and dlstance. To sat sfy thls
need for llexlb ty theAFL'has
been designed w th four ava
able beam patterns These four
patterns can be used rnd vidu
aly or ln cornb nations to ght Horizontal F ood
practica y any oblect from dis
tances of 10' to 120' The AFLT
Vert cal Flood fras a un quc AFLS AFL9
optica desgnthat s dea for
lghtirg both vertca and horl
zonta surfaces w th very ow
br ghtness above the maif
beam A lour bearn patterns
are produced by prec s on
ref ector systems lhat generatc
high eff c encles afd outstand'
lng unlform ty of I urn nat on
See pages 4 through 7 for app
cat on guldes Medium Flood Spot

Oie Cast Housing with The AFL" hous ng and door


lnterchangeable Optics frame are prec s on die cast ngs
wlth ntegral coo ng r bs that
d ss pate heat a ow fg the e ec
tr ca corfponents to operate
we below the r a owab e mlts
A s ng e housing w acceptany
ofthe four opt ca systerfswhch
are easl y nterchangeab e on
the job Becalselood ghtlng s
as much an art as a sc efce,
f na adjust.nents on the ghting
ellect may often require conr
p ete changes of the beam pat
tern To accornpllsh this, the
door frame s opened and
reraroved from tss phngcs
a ow ng easy access to the
ref ector rnodule Each ref ector
modu e s a one p ece assemb y
reta fed by elght screws around
a per meter f ange. Changifg
beam patterns s a s mp e task
ard prov dcs the AFL: witlr flex-
lb ty for f ne-tun ng prolects
after insta at or scompete

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Multi-Function Swivel The AFL: design p aces strong
emphasis on the sw ve as a key
element to the funct on and aes
thet cs of the overall concept
The sw vel is constructed of
heavy cast a um num w th
ock ng teeth, and serves three
functions. F rst t prov des f x
ture aim nq in the vert ca plane
by loosening a sing e recessed
stain ess stee bo t ard sett ng
ocking teeth w th 5" nterva s
Second it provides a f eld-
sp ce compartment access ble
through the opposite knob lrom
the a m ng adiustment. Third y
the swivel mounts to siandard 2"
P Pe-S ze tenons by an interna
c arnping System that requlres
only two recessed a en head
bo ts and one set screw for posi
tive ocking Th s mount ng
rnethod a so prov des full 360'
horizontal f ixtur-. adjustrnent
The AFL| sw vel is a beaut fu
ComP ernent to the f xture aes
thetics and a abor savlng
insta lat on device.
See pages 11 through 131or Kinr
mount nq options.

Glare Conirol F ood ights rnust occasional y


be ocated where v ewers w ll be
subjected to g are. At the same
t me, shield ng devices must be
careful y engineered to prevent
shadows and preserve beam
efficiency. The AFL' has three
glare conlro dev ces each
eng neered lor a specific pur-
pose. The Fixed Hood ls a rnod-
erate shie ding dev ce for
ground rnounted flxtures ocaled
next to wa kways dtiveways or
roadways. lt can be used with
any of the AFL'models but is
part cu arly we I su ted for the
AFL6 and AFL7. The AFLB and
AFLg are avaiable with a grid
ouver speclfica y engineered to
maintain bear.r effciency and
uniform ty whi e e minaling
excessive stray lghl Al glare
contro opt ons are fie d mounted
to factory predri led ho es; are
fu ly interchangeable, and
f nished n black TGIC Powder-
Coat Paint.

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AFLO Horizontal r-tood

Application Guide
ceneral Guidelines:
The AFL6 produces a very wlde
each fixture and the des red
ght level. As a po e or wal
mourted f xture for ghtng
See pages 15 16 19forphoto
metrlc reports 0
hor zontal bearn pattern
designed to yie d maxlmum lix parkifg iots or open areas the
ture spacings and exceptiona y ldea rnounting he ght ls 20' to
unlform I lumlnal on when the 35'depend ng on the um na-
unlts must be located c ose to t on and spac ng crlteria.
the lighted surface As a
ground-mounted f xture Jor
facade light ng, the dea lxture-
to surface d stance s l0'to 30'
depending on the ength of
lacade to be um nated by

Automobile Dealers.

Fast Food
Chains.

Shipping Docks and Building Security.

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AFLT verrica Food

Application Guide
General Guidelines: h qh anoles lor ncreased ldea f xture to sLtriace d s
The AFLT produces a ur que vis b llty tances are lhe same as lor lhe
dislr but on n wh ch the peak AFL6,
ntens ly occLrrs above the See pages 15. 20 23 for
almifg ne and rap d y reduces photometric reports
be ow the a m ng llnc to gener
Hap d Cutoff of cafd epowcr
ate oL.rtsiandlfg unilorrnityof Ll

minaton on lacades or hor zofta


surfaccs when the lixture is at
opl r.rur.t 50'ti t As a pole or
wa rarountcd urtina re, the
AFLT has very ow br qhtness at

High Rise Buildings-with Courtyards and Atriums-


. , i'lj. stepped facades lixtures mounted lwo to three
Facades-two storles high.
flve stor es.
to
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Airport Ramps-wa I or pole mounted luminatres.

Tennis Courts.

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AFLS MediumFood

Application Guide
General Guidelines: the r range or reshape the over See pages 15 24 25 and 28 lar
The AFLB bridges the gap a light pattern photorretr c reports
between llood and spoi d str
butions lt samid-range
um na re des gned for ghtng
arch tecturc from d stances of
20' to B0' w th ow a m ng
ang es generat ng exce ent uni-
formity ol umlnation t can a so
be used n comlllnatlon w th
other AFL'mode s to extend

Atriums-down lighting from three


to six storv ievel.

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Courtyards and Common Areas-
from four to six story rooftops.

Flags-30' to 50' height.

Combination-AFL7 and AFL8


Extends range of uniform
liqhting.

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AFL9.o'
Application Guide
ceneral Guidelines: project ons or to accenluate See pages 15,26-28Iat
The AFL9 produces a very con surface texture lt can also be photometr c reports
ccrtrated beam capab e of used n comb natlon with other
ghting arch tecture from d s AFL: mode s to extend their
tances up to 120' or creat ng range or reshape the overall
very hlgh ght eve s to hlghllght llqht pattern
bui dlng features or f ags from
mld range d stanccs ol 40' to
B0' The AFLg may a so be
ocaied c ose to structures
us nq a h qh qrazinq ang e to
highllght bu d ng reilefs and

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High Rise Buildings-w th
stepped facades.

Combination-AFL7, 8 and I
Extends range ol unifornl
ght ng.

AFLS

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Fixtu re Specif ications Photometrics: Based olr fde
pend-ofi
reports
1--st fg aboratory
Warning: Flxture n'ust be
grcLnded I accordafce !\' th
oca ccccs or the Nat oNa t ec
Certification: l.l L sted (lor 120 208, 244. 217 1r cal Corl-- Fa lre io.lo so niay
af d .180 vo t or"r yl ard C S A cerl l ed (10r 120 tesLtt I serrous petsota tuty.
and 3.,17 vo: on y) for wet iocat ons

Housing: Ore piccc C e cast


a um nufl N a cy lldr ca shape
,,^,'tl' rtegra cool fg I rls cvcr
tre ent.e ergtl' ald 125 mn
-L.r- \,va th ckless Cofcea,od
ntegra cast s p fifges !,, th t-
stain ess stee D ns Ore p ece :'
extrldcd and vu can zed s ---t-1
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cofr-ogaskct bctweef frousing Front View '1l + -+_'
ano doori.arr-- lL, y cof cea ed
\'vhen fxt!re s c osec AFLT
Door Frame: One p ece d c Lamp Position
cast a un rLrrr'r !,,'ilr f t--g.a
coo fll 1 lls 125' nrin rarLrm !\/al AFL6,8&9Lamp
th ckfess [4ates '/r' th hoL]s Ig Posltions
to fot- a contirL.lous cyi rdr ca Note: A amps
shape Concealed n:egra s p must be rated for
h nges a o\,! remova w iholi "Un versa Burnrno
too s Femovab c stop arm pro Posltron becaus;
g changes
f xture tllt
v ded io
mit 0oor open f 1,1:r' S ng e Fixture
amp or entatron.
th ck c ear 1e'rpered g ass efs E.P.A. 1.3 (45'r 11)
rs sea ed to door frafire lly a ore 2.3 (Face-on)
p ece mo ded si cone gasket Weight
Dcor frame secLres to hous ng 250 W HPS 43 5lbs.
by loLr "ecessec capt ve a ef 250 W [,41 43 5lbs.
head sta I ess stee scre[/s 4OO W HPS 49.0 bs.
FoLr tappcd afd p lgged ho es 400 w [/]Fl 46.0 bs.
prov ded 'o. attachl.enl oj
F xed lood G. d Louvers a|d
Poyca'bofate Sh e c opt ors
Swivel: leavy cast a irm r Jtr't
:v,, n <nob conl gurat or ,"! tr ir
Iegra fre d'sp icc comparir-ent
afd rterra c arnps fo. r g d
Side View
moLrnt ng to a 2 p pe s ze tcro t
(2:/." AD /.4- mn efgth)
Ole sta n ess stee bo t reoes 221/:" Max.
sed I kro[r ocks s\,!ive teetr 121/2"
back tilt
al "rlax.
at 5' ncrements Oppos te kfob
s rcr.oveab e lor access to tl'e
li-^ C sp ce co.rpa'tmef L Slx ve
s fL y gasketed
Retlector Assemblies: fter
cl.afgeab e in a fttur AFL
moOe s SpecLr ar A zak optca Swlve clamps to
con'ponefts r g d y raro!fted n 2" pipe size tenon
a c eat anod zec a um nutl.t (23/a" O.D.x41/,'
i.ame u,rh ch atiaches to hoJS m n. length requ red).
ng as a one p ece assemb y
A I sockets a.e pcrce a I llogu
l-rase raie.l .1KV
Electrical Components: Fac
tory moL,fted afd 1009: tcsted
n horrs ng !",r th eads --xtef C ng Alm no |ne s d
olt ihe sw !e sp ce comp:lrt a ways perpend cular \\
mer:. A componerts ll L si-.d to fronl face of
vr':h h gh po[,er lactor oa asts flxture.
rated lor 20'F start nq Optofai
pholoce fterna y mounted with 0' Horizontal
I JSr sersoT or s ie ol l'ous nq
Finish: llous rg -of s lrame
afd s$/ ve are TG C Therr'osct
Po yester Powder Coat Parnt
apo ed over a Chromate cof
vers on coat ng Ava ab e n
b ack. (lark
or !,/h te co or
brofze ghi gray
Aiming Range
w th swivel clamp
down.
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Fixture Ordering Information
See AFL Series Catalog
for 70 Watt to I75 Watt
Architectural F oodl ghts.

Fixture Ordering Example:


Fixture must be ordered by a
single cata og number cons st ng
of F xture Type E ecklcal Mode,
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Finish and Optional Photocel
f des red
Options must be ordered
separate from fixture (except
photocell). Do not add opt ons to a rro/aoon es zzz / oe-e/ a+t
f xture number

Fixture Type and Electrical Mode

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Horizonta Flood
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Vertica Flood
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N4edlum F ood
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Spot

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Electrical Data
Lamp (by others) Line nput l\,/lax.
Volts Electrical Mode Electrical Mode Eleclrical Mode A.nps
124 250HPS120 250HPS120 250HPS120 250HPS120 300 2.75
250 Watt
2AB 250HPS208 250HP5208 250HPS208 250HPS208 300 r.60
Hrgh Pressure Sod L]m
240 250HPS240 250HPS240 250HPS240 250HPS240 300 1.38
E-18 Clear l\.4ogu Base
277 250HPs277 250HPS277 250HPs277 250HP5277 300 1.20
347 250HPS347 250HPS347 250HPS347 250HPS347 300 0.88
484 250HPS480 250HPS480 250HPS480 250HP5480 300 0.69

400 Watt 124 400HPS120 400HPS120 400HPS120 400HPS120 465 4.30


2AB 400HP5208 400HP5208 400HPS208 400HPS208 465 2.48
H gh Pressure Sod urn
240 400HP5240 400HP5240 400HPS240 400HPS240 465 2.15
E 18 C ear lvogu Base
277 400HPS277 400HPs.277 400HPs277 400HPs277 465 186
347 400HPS347 400HP5347 400HPS347 400HPS347 457 144
480 400HPS480 400HPS480 400HPS480 400HPS480 465 107
250 Watt 120 250MH120 250MH120 250MH120 250MH120 295 2.50
2AB 250MH208 250MH208 250MH208 250MH208 295 1.44
l\,4eta Hal de
24A 250MH240 250MH240 250MH240 250MH240 295 125
BT 28 C ear Mogul Base
277 250MH277 250MH277 250MH277 250MH277 295 108
UniveTsa Burn nq 347 250MH347 250MH347 250MH347 250MH347 290 0.90
480 250MH480 250MH480 250MH480 250MH480 295 0.65
400 Watt
124 400MH120 400MH120 400MH120 400MH120 455 4.00
N/letal Ha ide
2AB 400MH208 400MH208 400MH208 400MH208 455 234
ED-28 Clear l\.4ogu Base 240 400MH240 400MH240 400MH240 400MH240 455 2AO
Spec a Reduced Size 277 400MH277 400MH277 400MH277 400MH277 455 1.75
Outer Jacket 347 400MH347 400MH347 400MH347 400MH347 458 14A
Un versal Burning 4aa 400MH480 400MH480 400MH480 400MH480 455 100

Fixture Finishes: Cat. No. Co or Optional Photocell: Factory Cat. No L ne Vots


TGIC Thermoset Po yester BL-P B ack nstalied with flush sensor on A-30 120V.
Powder-Coat Paint appled over DB.P Dark Bronze, resembles s de of hous ng Caution: Use a-31 20BV
a chromate conversion coating. 313 Duranod cd color only in locations where adjacent A-32 24AV.
LG-P L ght Gray I ghtlng \1/ill not affect operat on A-33 277V
WH-P Wh le of photocel . Se ect photoce I A-35 347V.
with same I ne vo ls as Jrxirrre 4B0V (Not Avaiab e)

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Pe'ere..e s\mbo 'or [rxl ire dimir g ra^ge wler
Option Ordering -l
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mo.lteo on I s eo oprior Sl orvs airr ^g ra- ge r
,o'r cd plare at o ooes rot recer\d ily apo
rne
/A$l\ y
lnformation (ffi
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co'ro o s See page I or'- la
mountirq opt ons.
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Fixed Hood (FH2): Formed %a' Cat. No. Color
thick a uminum finished in black FH2,BL-P Black.
TGIC Thermoset Polyester Pow-
der Coat Paint lvounts to pre
dr I ed door frame holes, and
rnay be used with Lexano Shie d
opt on. Provides moderate
shielding for ground mounted
f xtures next to walkways, drive
ways or roadwavs. Can be used
with any AFL' model, but is
best suited for AFL6 and AFL7.

Grid Louver for AFL8 (GLB): Cat No. Color


Formed %6'thick a uminum fin- GL8/BL-P Black.
ished n black TGIC Thermoset
Poiyester Powder Coat Pa nt
Mlounts to predrl led door frame Total shield ng ang es
holes. Provides g are contro for
AFLS Med um F ood while
maintain ng beam efficiency /,
and uniformlty For use w th
AFLB only.
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Horizontal Vertlcal

Grid Louver lor AFLg (GL9): Cat. No. Color


Formed 76'thick aluminum fin- GLg/BL-P Black.
ished in b ack TGIC Thermoset
Polyester Powder Coat Pa nt.
[,4ounts to predril ed door frame Tota Shie ding angles:
ho es. Provides glare control for
AFLg Spot wh le maintainlng
beam effic ency and un formity.

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For use with AFLg only.

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Horizontal
vVertica

Polycarbonate Shield Cat. No. AFL-LS2


(AFL-LS2): 7s' clear convex
U.V stabl ized vacuum formed
polycarbonate with gasket.
Mounts over lens to predllied
133/4"
door frame ho es and rnay be
used w th F xed Hood option.
Caution Use only when vanda -
ism is anticipated to be h gh
Useful lfe s limited by U.V
d sco orat on from sun ight and
rnetal ic ha ide lamps

Stanchion Mount (SM2): 4' 2" Pipe Size Cat. No. Co or 360'hor zontal
O D. cast alurnlnum stanch on 1" tvlin. Tenon SMZBL-P Black flxture adjustrnent
with 2' plpe slze aluminum 7Y2" Max.
tenon for mounting a slng e fix-
ture or multip e top-mounts (see 41/2'
p. 13). B ack TGIC Thermoset
Po yester Powder-Coat finish.
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Caut on: Multiple Top-Ny'ounts
must not be used in locations
where people can c imb on fix- Note: To assure a rigid instal a
lures and mount nq arms. tion and product longevity, stan-
chion must be set in concrete by
others
Kl.i Lighting 1l
Option Ordering
Information, Con't.

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Surlace Mount Tenon (SMT): Cat No. Co or
2" plpe slze a um num tenon SMT/BL-P Black
welded to a cast aluminurn plate. A;:,?;i:1i3i,fl
fixture adjustment
P ate has four %" dla mount ng
ho es, and tenon has one %"
N PI for s de condu t entry. TG C
PowderCoat I nish. For mounting
one fixture on y
Note; SiMT may be wall mounted
if horizonta f xture adjustment is
not required. For hor zonta f x By
ture adjustment, use Wall [,4ount others
listed below.
Wall Mount (WM2): 2" plpe slze Cat. No. Co or
\^
alum num tenon welded to an 2" Pipe Size WM2/BL-P B ack
extruded a umlnum arm with a
removab e end cap forwir ng
access. Arm is we ded 10 a cast
aluminum plate w th two %" d a
WM2/DB-P Dark Bronze resem
b es 313
Duranod co co or
WM2/LG-P Light Gray
w
mounting holes. Avaj able in four WM2/WH-PWh te.
TGIC Powdercoat f nishes.
Optlona Wa Embedment Optiona Wa Embedment
Bracket (WEB)with %" bot Bracket:
receptacles aval ab e for castinq Cat. No. WEB
360" hor zontal
in concrete wa s. For mountlng fixture adlustment
one f xture on y

Multiple Side-Mounts (MSM): 2" Pipe Size Cat. No Co or


For insta atlons not requlring
nd v dual horizontal fixtu re 31/2" sq.
MSM-2B/BL-P Black.
MSM-2B/DB-P Dark Bronz-^..
-dT\
\@--
adjustment l'lorizonta y MSM-2B/LG-P L ght Gray.
mounted 2"p peslze a urn num MSM-28/WH-PWhite.
tenons welded to a cast a uml- Total EPA with f xtu res 2.85
num hub with lnternal c amps for
rgid mounting to poleswith 2" MSM-2L/BL-P B ack
plpe slze stee tenons (2%" O.D. x MSM-2L/DB-P Dark Bronze.'
4%" mln. length) Aval ab e ln four MSM-2L/LG-P Light Gray.
TG C Powder-Coat f nishes.
MSM-2L/WH-P Whlte
Approved for mounting to po es Tota EPAw th fixtures 2.3
with steeltenons only
EPA ratings are for a comp ete
MSM-3T/BL-P B ack.
assemb y inc uding iixtures, and MSM-3T/DB-P Dark Bronze.-
mustbe equa to or essthan poe MSM-3T/LG-P Light Gray
EPAfor jobsltewind cond tlons.
MSM-3T/wH-P Whlte.
See page l4 Tota EPAwthflxtures 3.85

MSM-4C/BL-P B ack.
MSM-4C/DB-P Dark Bronze..
MSM-4C/LG-P Light Gray .
MSM-4C/wH-PWhlte.
Tota EPAW th fixtures 4.0 * Resernb es Duranod c@
313 co or

Venture 400W. Metal Halide Cat No. Descrlpt on Note Ph lps VllI400/U/ED2B
Lamp with Special Outer MH400/U/ED28 400 Warr n-ray a so be used. 36,000
Jacket, Universal Burning: 36.000 initlal vert ca n tia vertical lmens, 3700K:
For a 400W meta ha ide AFL' lumens, 4000K', 20 000 10,000 hrs.i ED 28 clear
mode s
\- 31/i' hrs.' ED-28clear mogu base Consu t your

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mogulbas-^. ocale ectr cal distr butor
-Average fe, based on 10 hours
operation per start.

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Multiple Top-Mounts (MTM): Cat No Color
Forinsta at ons requ r ng fu MTM-2B/BL-P B ack
horizonta f xture adjustment Ver 25',C-C MTM'28/DB-P Dark Bronze '
t ca y rnounted 2" p pe s ze MTM-2B/LG-P Licrht Grav.
a um nurn tenons we ded 10 360'hor zontai
MTM-2B/WH-PWhite

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extruded a um nurn atms w th fixture adjustment
Tota EPA w th fixtrrres 3.5 --)
removab e end caps for wir og --
access Arrns are welded to a MTM-3E/BL"P B ack
cast a uminum hub w th nterna
clamps lor r g d moLrnt ng to
2 Tenons at 180' 24" MTM-3E/DB-P Dark Bronze
MTM-3E/LG-P LightGray.
poles or stanch ons w th 2" pipe
MTM-3E/WH-PWh te
size steel tenons (2%' a D.'t 4l::'
TotalEPAw th f xl!res 5.3
min ength) Availab e lf foui'
TGIC Powder Coat f nishes
Approved for mount ng to po es or
MTM-4C/BL-P B ack
stanch onsw ih stee tenonson y
MTM-4C/DB-P Dark Brofze '
MTM- C/LG-P L cthl Grav.
EPA rat ngs are lor a comp et-- See be ow
3 Tenons in line MTM-4C/WH-PWh te.
assembly lnc ud fg f xtures and Tota EPAw th fixtures 6.0 Ior K rn
must be equa toor less than poe poles
EPA lor jobs te wind cond tions
See paqe l4

"Reserarbles
Duranod c B

313 coor
Non-Tapered and Tapered Non-Tapered Square Steel Poles with Tenons: (See Kim spec
Square Steel Poles with sheet PSS)
Tenons: For s ng e AFL fixtures. Bot Base
Mu tiple Side Mounts and l\lLrll - Shait C rc e Bolt Anchor Cover
p e Top lvounts Shaft s Cal No Ht S ze oia. Bols S/c
labr cated of h gh tens e carbon Boi PSS10-4120PT 10 4'xll ga 8 /i xl5'+3 4'x8% sq

steel one p ece cofstruct on w th C rcle PS512 4120PT 12 4'xll qa I 3V!" /i xl5'r 3 4'x SYs sq
one vert ca we ded seam. Shaft Dia. PSS14,4120PT l4 4 xIIqa I 3it" t! x15',r3', 4'x SYi sq
PSS16-4120PT l6 4 x11qa I 3/s" i'r'x 15' + 3" 4'x 8r'i sq
s we ded to a f at stee anchor PSS20-4120Pr 20' 4 x 11!a 8', 3|3 l! x26'+ 3" 4'x 8i'3' sq
base supp ied w tfr a cast a Lrrn - 2', PSS20-4188PT 2A 4x ]ga 8', 3lr' l4'x26'- 3 4 x 8l3'sq
num base cover and stainless P pe Size PSS25 4120PT 25' 4 xll ga 8" 3ls 26 i 3
-va'x 4 x87t'sq
stee ho d down scre\,!s A po es Steeilenon PSS25-4188PT 25' 4 x IQa 8" 3.,/6', Y!x26 r3 4'x8%"sq.
41y4" org PSS25 5120PT 25 5'xll ga 11lr' 1x33 r4 4 x 12ls sq
have a 2" pipe s ze steel tenon PSS30,4't88PT 30 4x 7qa 8" 3h' l!x26'+3 4' x 8l's sq
\2'li' O D. \ 4:il' ong). A 3" x 5" PSS30-5108PT 30 5x 7ga 11/,', 37/8" 1 x33' + 4' 47s'x I2tl'sq
reinforced ova hand ho e s pro PSS35-5188PT 35' 5 x 7!a 111/," 31h" 1 x33". 4" 4ys x 12!/3 sq
v ded lB" Lrp from base, w th a
PS535-6188PT 35' 6 x 7!a 11|h" 31k" I r33" - 4 4Ys x 12/s sq.
PS539-6188PT 39' 6 x 70a 111/'1" 3/i 47s x 12% sq
Cover and groufding nut A
po es nc ude fourga van zed Tapered Square Steel Poles with Tenons: (See Klrn spec sheet
ancfror bolts eight nuts, elght flat PISS)
washers and one presswood Bo t Anchor Base

templale Ava abe nfourther Shalt Crrc e Bot Anchor Cover


Cat No H1 S ze Da Prolecliof Bolts Sze
mosei po yester powdeFCoat
PTSS20-52120PT 20' sr,/i x 1l ga l0l1: 3/!
pa ntfin shes PTSS25-62120PT 25 6/a t11Qa 1212 31k 1 t33'- 4" 4.1A'x12./, sq
Caui on: Any Lrnauthor zed Plss30-62120PT J0 o ,rqd ' 1 \33'+ 4' 4.1/1 x12:/, sq
J
PTSS3s 71120PT ,q qd I ) 1"x33 +4 41; x13,4'sq
accessories secured to po es, or )o .s --qa
nsta alon of poesw thout umr
PTSS39-71120PT ) J" 1" x44 4 4a x13h" s9
na reS vo dS Slrength guarantee
PTSS39-71183PI
"o " 7 S" , ,a 1 x44 + 4 4rL x131/',i'sq
s

See page l4lor w nd map and Standard Pole Finish: Thermoset Polyester Powder Coat pa nt
al owab e po e EPA (Red Oxide Co or) appl ed as a protective pr mer lor jobs te pa nt ng
by others

Optional Pole Finishes: Factory app ed Ther.foset Poyester


Powder Coat Pa nl
Cat. No Powdercoat Co or Speclfy Pole and F n sh
BL-P B ack Examp e.
DB-P Dark Bronze reserfbles PSS30 5IBBPT,DB P
3T 3 Duranodico co or.
LG-P Light Gray.
WH-P Wh te

K rn Llghting 13
Allowable pole EPA for jobsite wind conditions must be equal to or
Allowable Pole EPA greater than fixture mount EPA. Responsibility lies with the specifier
for correct pole selection based on A.N.S.l. wind map and job
location.

Ref. Amer can Nat onal Standard A58.1 1982

., '..

v!
"'

Notesl
I Values are fastest m le
speeds 33 ft above
qround, open terrain wnh llu\-'/
\'1
1oo scattejed obstruct ons ol30 ft he ght or less. annuat probab ity
0 02 50 year mean recurrence
2 L near nterpolation between conlours acceplable
rrfi3. Specialwind reg ons that may have considerab y h gher
pp-o
,O\L <rio. idoog. tor.dooqo
n Lo.o.nrd, oU.-qo .OILa l".r"tt. o od.-,toRt,o
consult slate or oca clanatolog sts
5. Bas c w nd speed: Hawaii 80, Puerlo Rico 95

Allowable Pole EPA Wnd Map Gustnq Wnd


for var ous wind speeds
Sleady Wnd EqLr vaenl

EPA ral ngs are for w nd map Pole Cat No. \4 ro Spe-os *
qoI17 t
steadyw nd x L3 standard gust 80 1n4 100/ItO IIO 14.1

factor. Non Tapered


PSS10-4120PT 244 tB 0 14 0

I
F xture [,4ount PSS12-4.t20PT 21 A 15 0 10 0
PSS14-4120PT 245 125 90
@F@ PSS16-4t20PT 1B 0 |.0 BO
1

PSS20-4120PT 121 8.5 60


PSS20-4188PT 200 15 0 110 Cons|'] t
PSS25-4120PT 69 43 23 Factory
A lowab e po e EPA PSS25-4188PT 115 75 45
for jobstew nd PSS25-5.120PT 128 60
cond t ofs rnust PSS30-4188PT 69 40 1B
be equalto or PSS30-5188PT 131 91 59
greater than PSS35-5 t88PT 72 37 t0
fixture mount EPA. PSS35-6.t88PT 13 5 75 45
PSS39-6188PT 95 50
Tapered
PTSS20-52120PT tB.4 13 3 9.5
Pole ] PTSS25-62120PT 17.2 116 7.7
PTS530-62120PT 13 5 76 4.1
PTSS35-71 120PT 125 62 3.5
PTSS39-71120PT 77 35
PTSS39-71188PT 123 B3 60
14 KmLghtng
Photometrics and Fixture Spacing
3-Step System
Step 1.
Determine illuminance level
Surrounding Liqht Level Level Pedestrian
requ ired.
of Security
Charts at right show LE.S. Activ-
recommended i um nance in itv
Avg. l\4aintained Footcandles
Average l\,4ainta ned Footcand es.
Liqht marble, white plaster, white or Low 0.5 0.8
These tinted va ues correspond
cream terra cotta.
to the tinted values on each
Concrete, tinted stucco, bufltace brlck. Med. 1 2
isofootcand e diagram on the
following photometr c pages
H iqh 4
Common red brick, stained wood,
dark qray brick.

Step 2. For facade, wal or sign lighting, Facade, Wall or Sign


Determine unilormity of optimum visual unlformity s
illumination required. achieved when the maximum-
Note: All areas of uniformity are to-minimum illurn nation is no
based on a ightlng system not greater than 3r1.
individual f ixtures. Therefore
areas of uniformity are calcu- Use so d tan area of
ated assuming contributlons lsofootcandle diagram
from adlacent flxtures. to determine f xtrrre
spac ngs.

For facade, wa or sign lighting


where a slight noticeable drop in
ilumination between fixtures is
acceptable, use 6:l uniformity.

Use shaded tan area


of sofootcandle d a
gram to determine flx-
ture spacings

For parking lot or area lightlng, a


121 rnaxlmum-to minimum unl- Wa or Pole Nilounted Fixtures
lorrn ty w ll prov de excel ent
results.

LJse ar-oa with n


r, dashed tan iine on
, isofootcand e diagram
to determlne fixture
spacings.

Step 3. Dimension X is obtained dlrect y D mension Y (fixture spacing) is


Determine X and Y tixture from the sofootcandle diagram. simp y a multiple of X, obtalned
spacings. Llsted X dimensions represent by figuring the onqitudinal dls-
the optimurn ranqe for that larnp tance to the next fixture The
and wattage. next fixture is located where its
lght pattern intersects the previ'
ous f xture as llustrated above.

Kirn Lightiirg 15
250 Watt
AFL6
Horizonial Flood
High Pressure Sodium
E-18 Clear mogul base 'Superiof'
30 000 initla umens
.T.L. Test No. 34659

See page 15 for l.E.S. recom-


rnended illuminance for f ood-
lightinq and parkinq ot liqhtinq.
Note: A I areas of lniformity are
based on a light ng system, not
ndivldual f ixtures. Therefore
areas of un formity are ca cu-
I Total area within ls 3:1 maximum to min mum uniformlty of
I um nation. Use for optimum v sual uniformlty on facades,
walls or signs.

2
lated assuming contributions Total area withln is 6 1 maxlmum to m nimum uniformity of
from adjacent f xtures. illumination. Use where a slight noticeab e drop n i umina-
tion between f xtures ls acceptable on facades, walls or
signs.

l.E.S. Type: 7x6 Tota area w thin is 12:1 maxlmum{o-mlnimum unlformlty of


Field Angle: 146.8"H x 106.4"V I liumination. Use for park ng ot or area ghting where fix-
(10% of max.) ture is wal or po e rnounted.

Typical Half | |
1158 110% of Max.)
-l ts-l l'

.06 .24

.36 .56

5.8
.89 1.4
o
1.9 3.0 5.3 q
.64 '1
1.8 2.8 o
't2
a
2.8 4.3 7.7
1.3 2 3.6 5.6 q

3.2 8.9 14
.2
o
(!

25' 120', | 15'. I 12', I 10',

lnitla Footcand es
at Distance X.
-x-
Average Maintained
Footcandles within
area ot designaled
uniformity.
Assumes contribution
trom adjacent tixtures. Longitudinal Distance ln N4ultiples of X
See note above. (Use to determine fixture spaclng Y See page 15)
Ground

16 hrm L ght ng
AFL6
Horizontal Flood
400 Watt
High Pressure Sodium
E.'1B clear mogul base
50,000 initla lumens
I T.L. Test No. 34660

See page 15 for l.E.S. recom


mended ii uminance for flood
iighting and parking lot lighting.
Notei Al areas of uniformity are
based on a ighting system, not
individual f ixtures. Therefore,
areas of uniformlty are calcu-
lated assuming contributions
from adjacent fixtures.
I Total area within ls 3:1 maximum-to-minimum uniforrn ty of
illumination. Use for optimum vjsual uniformity on facades,
walls or signs.

Total area within is 6:1 maximum{o-min mum un formity ol


i uminat on. Use where a slight notlceable drop in llumina-
% t on between flxtures is acceptable on facades, walls or
slgns.

l.E.S.Type:7x6 Total area within is 12:1 maximum to-mlnimum uniformity of


Field Angle: 147.8"H x 109.8'V i luminat on. Use for parking lot or area llghtlng where fix-
I
(10% of max.) ture is wall or pole mounted

rsircanodra oia jra,i l^"


Typical Hall i"
+ 1760 (10% of Max ) 70"
..i^lA
)JE \\
L 1 [n"
6000 /v I

40"
8000 I
\10ogo lf II h 30"

/lt lt .-^
15,000 llAt. t. o4 .06
1q,000 \ r2,ooo
F;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:

\ //
t , !o' .09

\
l=\v
Y

70. .22 .32 .5 .89


1.5 2.2 3.4 6.1
t't t'3 0'40"50'6 4"7 1"80"
I

44 .64 '1
1.8
2.1 3.1 4.8 8.5 o
_q
.88 1.3 2 36 .g
3.1 4.5 7 12 f

2.2 5 8.9 0)

4.4 6.4 10 18
d
.!
q)

30' 125' 120' 115' )12'

ln tial Footcandles
at Distance X.
-x-
Average Maintained
Footcandles within
o area ot designated
unitormity.
Assumes contribution
trom adiacent lixtures. Long tudina Distance n l\y'ultiples of X
See note above. (Use to determine fixture spacing Y. See page 15)
Ground

Km Lighting 17
250 Watt
AFL6
Horizontal Flood
Melal Halide
BT-28 c ear mogul base
20,500 nitia ur.rens
T L Tesr No. 34661

See page 15 for I E.S. recom-


mended lllum nance for f lood
lighting and parking lot lighting.
Note: All areas ol uniformity are
based on a ilghting system, not
individua f xtures. Therefore,
areas of uniformity are calcu
lated assuming contributions
from adjacent fixtures.
I maxirnumlo minimurn uniformity of
Total area w thin is 3r'1
ium nation. Use for optimum visual uniformity on facades,
walls or signs.

Tota area wlthln is 6 1 maxlmum to m nirnum un form ty of


llumination. Use where a slight noticeab e drop in llum na
% tion belween fixtures ls acceptable on facades, wa ls or
signs.

LE.S.Type:7x6 Tolal area within is l2:1 max mum{o-mlnimum uniformity of


Field Angle: '146.6"H x.106.8'V I i urn nat on. Use for park ng lot or area ghting where fix-
(10% ot max.) ture is wa I or po e mounted.

lsocandela Diagrar
Typical Halt l I 'eo"

807 fib% bf N/axl)- l-70'


+l- I l'
18 00'
50'
I
28 0 )t
I
A I -20"
I

4900
f 1'o'
i_
59 bo :"\ rT"
\ 00b'l
L
Lil"
Vt

) .06 1B .28

70'
l .13 .2 .36 56
.83 '1.3 2.3
f 20"30'40"50' )'7 -80" 3.6

.32 .5 .89 1.4 o


'1.2 1.8 3.2 5.0 a
.g
'1.8
.64 1
1.6 2.5 4.4 6.9
.g
13 2 3.6 5.6

.9
3.2 8.9 14 o
(!
o
)

25'120',|15',112', 10',

lnit a Footcandles
at Dlstance X.
-x-
Average Maintained
Footcandles within
area ot designated
unitormity.
Assumes conlribution
lrom adjacent tixtures. Longitud nal Distance in l\,4ultip es of X
See note above. (Use to determine fixture spacing Y. See page l5)
Ground

'18 Klm Light ng


AFL6
Horizontal FloorJ
400 Watt
Metal Halide
ED-28 ciear mogu base
36,000 initial lumens
l.T.L. Test No.34662

See page 15 for I E.S. recom-


mended i luminance for flood-
ghting and parking lot lightinq.
Note: Al areas of uniformity are
based on a lghting system, not
individua f ixtures. Therefore
areas of uniformity are calcu
ated assurn ng contributions
I Total area withln is 3:1 maximum-to-m nirnum un formitv of
i luminat on. Use for optimum visua unlformity on lacades,
walls or slgns.

2
Totai area within s 6:1 maximum-to-m nimum uniformitv of
from adjacent f xtures. i luminat on. Use where a sl ght noticeable drop ln llumlna-
t on between fixtures s acceptable on facades, walls or
s/gns.

LE.S.Type:7x6 Total area within is 12:1 maximum-to-m nimum unlformity of


Field Angle: 147.1"H x 108.1"V I llumination. Use for parking iot or area gh|ng where flx-
(10% ol max.) ture is wallor pole mounted.

lsoca ndela Diagrar


I 'ao'
Typic al Half
14A2 tO% of'l\lax t-
i-r
/

I
l lo'
60"

;00n
I IA
h I

40"

F,"
)09
, L?"
1 000 t: t:.
12,00
-13 00

\ \ v/ Fllllllllllllllll#

rso'
'(r
\ gI, I
2
J 50'

70"
I
.22 .5 .89
ITI
)'20'30"40'5 0'6r )'7t t'80' 1.1 1.5 2.4 4.3
44 .64 1 1B
1.5 2.1 5.9
o
o
8B 1.3 2 3.6 a
2.0 2.9 4-6 8.2
q
0)
2.2 8.9
o
.a
4.4 6.4 '18 o
o

__)

30' 125', 2A' $' I 12'


_x_
ln tial Footcand es
at Distance X.

Average Maintained
Footcandles within
area ot designated
uniformity.
Assumes contribution
from adiacent tixtures. Long tudina Distance n l\,4ultiples of X
See nole above. (Use to determine fixture spacing Y See page 15)

Klrn Lightifa 19
t_
250 Watt
AFLT
Vertical ood F
High Pressure Sodium
E-]8 c ear mogu base Superor
30,000 init a umens
TL Test No.34535

See page 15 for LE S. recom Note Al areas of uniformlty are Tota area with n s 3 1 maxlmum{o-mln rrrum un]formlty of
mended i luminance for f ood- based on a ghting system, not llumination. Use for opt mufir v sua un lorm ty on facades
lighting and parking ot ightlng ndlvldual f ixtures. Therefore, wa ls or signs
areas ol un form ty are calcu
E.S. Type t ated assumlng contr but ons Tota area wlthln s 6 1 maxlmun'r{o-rnln murll unlformlly of
Bearn Spread: ' from adjacent f xtures. llumination. Use where a slight not ceab e drop ln I um na
'Standard beam descript ons tlon between fixtures s acceptable on facades wa s or
do nol adequately def ne the slclns.
unique AFLT opt ca system
(see p.5). The sofootcandle dla- ola aea l'l 151^ mo i^ -m o ^ - -L" ,r 'o'- lr o'
gram represents the on y true . llLmrraflo'r LJse lo p. - ir g o' or a ea ,rg- rg ,!ie e i -
performance picture for the r' ture is wa orpoernounted.
AFLT at opt mum tllt.

lsocandela E riag fan


Tvoical Hall -40"
2000 of Ma x.)

25'
2o'

)0' 14, 00
5"
\ \ 12 000

70 00 ]." 06 .18

I 13 36 56
)0 t5'
24" i.? 5.ll
.32 B9 1.4
2s',
2.! :r,L
64 1B 2.8
) 35' 2.i) 'r2-
1.3 3.6 5.6
f40'5i t'6 l'80'
o
_a
o

3.2 89

q
o
G
a)

25' 120' | 15', I 12'. 10'

lnit a Footcandles
at D stance X
-x-
llr,ieiag",l"ia i riai ine!
FD{..iit; nd Ies lriit.i i r-
area 0f esrgrnateo
un'frr:riiir".
AssLit'aes :or'rtri:uiticii
Long tudina Dlstance n Mu tlples of X
f 1-"r['n adieceTt jii:rtrircs.
,qee nolle aleolje. (Use to determ ne f xiure spacrng Y. See page l5)
G rou nd

20 Kim Light ng
400 Watt
AFLT
i

High Pressure Sodium


Vertical Flood E-18 c ear mogul base
50,000 lnit a lumens
T.L. Test No.34541

See page 15 lor l.E S. recom Note: All areas of uniform ty are Total area with n s 3 1 max mum to min mum un formitv of
rnended lluminance for f ood based on a light ng system not llul^ninat on Use for opt mum v sual uniforrnity on facades,
ght ng and parking ot ight ng. ind v dua f xtures. Therefore wa sorsgns
areas of Lrn form ty are calcu
LE.S Type: . ated assum ng contr but ons Tota area w th n is 6l max mum to mln mum uniform ty ol
Beam Spreadr* from adjacent f xtures. llumination. Use where a slight not ceable drop n I umina-
. Standard beam descript
ons tion between fixtures s acceptab e on facades wa s or
do not adequate y def ne the signs.
un que AFLT optical system
(see p.5). The isofootcandle dia -"=- Tota areawthn s12:'l maximum-to-m nimum uniform ty of
gram represents the only true
\, llumrrarior Uselo'oa {rg ot ora'ea g1l ^ow-e'efr,
performance picture for the r ture s wail or pole mounted
AFLT at optimum tllt.

lsocandela Diagram l,
Typical Hall i*

a4 .06 l 1B

.09 t3 .2 .36

.22 .32 5 .89


'n.5
5.2
.44 64 1 t.B
2.2 2.2 ii.t t. ii
.88 13 2 36
[..7 7.4 '13

2.2 32 5 8.9 o

o
A ming Pont t
q
44

9)
o
.o

J
30't25',1zA',t$',t12',
_x_
WalorPoe
ln tial Footcand es
at D stance X.
I
,4{veraEe llJla i inta i nee
X
Footcandles ril.'ithin
area oi desigtnateci
unitornrit,f.
,'.\ssL!mes e0!rto'ib! 1iai1
f i'on'i adiecenli fixtures. Lonqitud nal Distance n l\,4ultiples of X
See i'lolie ahn'rc. (Use to determine f xture spacing Y See page 15)

Km L ghlng
250 Watt
AFLT
Vertical Flood
Metal Halide
BT 28 c ear mogul base
19.500 n tial horizonta umens
lT.L. Test No 34543

See page 15 for .E.S recom- Notei A areas of un lorm ty are Ffh, Tota area wlth n is 3 1 rf ax mum to m nir.rlm un formlty of
mended i uminance lor flood- based on a ightlng system not i'Hi llumination. Use for opt rnum visua un forrn ty on facades
ght n9 and park ng lot ghting ndiv dual fixtures. Therefore - 5r, wa s or signs
areas of un formity are ca cu-
.E.S Type
*
' ated assumlng contributions r; i':i. Tota area withln s 6 1 maxlmum to rnlnimum unlform ty of
Beam Spread:
t
from adjacent f xtures 'f/4, lllumination Use where a slight not ceab e drop ln i um na
Standard beam descrlpt ons yr'a tion between I xtures s acceptab e on facades, wa s oT
do not adequate y define the siq ns
unlque AFLT optical system
(see p 5). The isofootcand e dia- Total area w thin is 12:1 max rnum-to-m nlmurn un forrn ty ol
gram represents the only true i um nat on. Use lor park ng lot or area ghling where flx'
performance p cture for ihe ture ls wa or po e mounted
AFLT at optimum t lt.

lsocandela Dia! ran


64"
Typical Half

I
40"
1257 (a7. of N,4a) )
-.1 J- 24'

9:!::ffi P '16'

'ffifi
44 )0 I 16" .28
2800
24"
.13 .2 36 56 B
,/
.96 2.7 4.2

l +I
5 .89 1.4 2
1.4 2.',) 3.!l 6.i 9.8
56" .64 1 1B 2.8 4

10" 20"30"4 l'50'6 0"7 l'80' :i.:l 5. r' e.9


13 2 36 5.6 B o
q
o
a
q
8.9

I
o
(!
I
__.1

25',120',1 15', 12', I 1A',

nliial Footcand es
at Distance X.
-x-
age []"iia it]ta iilet
l\iNeI
Foo'ica nd [e9'ir iti] i n
area !:! clesignaitedl
iinif0r'rlniiilr.
iines conltr: truiii0n
,s\ss!-i
Longltudina Distance n Multlples of X
A Arm nq
ro nr
ironx acljacei-it f iiiiiures.
See n@te aholre. (Use to determ ne f xture spac ng Y. See page l5)
Ground

22 Ki.i L ght ng
400 Watt
AFLT
Vertical F-lood
Metal Halide
ED 28 c ear mogul base
34.560 ln tial horizonta umens
lT.L. Test No 34547

See page 15 for I E.S recom Note: A areas of uniformity are Tota area w th n is 3:l max rnum-to min mum uniformlty of
mended I urninance for flood lrased on a light ng system not llumination. Use for optimum visua uniformity on facades
ghting and parking lot llghting. ndiv dLral flxtures. Therefore wa sorsgns
- areas of un formity are ca cu
LE.S Type lated assumlng contr but ons Total area within s 6:1 maximum-to-rn nimum uniformity ol
Beam Spread:*
. Standard beam descr ptions from adjacent f xtures i urn nat on. Use where a s ght noticeab e drop n i umina
t on between flxtures is acceptable on facades wa s or
do not adequately define the s qfts.
unique AFLT opt ca system
(see p 5). The sofootcand e dia Tota area wlth n s 12 I maximlrn-lo-rnlnimum un formrty of
gram represents the on y true ' i." .t or Jbe{o oarIoor oded gf 10,^'tpp ,'
perforlnance picture for the
AFLT at optimum ti t.
7 ture s wallor pole mounted

lsocandela Diaqram
Typical Hall

1990 (10% of [..4ax )

.44 06 1B

.09 13 36

22 32 .5 .89
.i.D
1.5 2.:) /t.1

.44 .64 1 t8
l.r[ ,il 5.7
.88 1.3 2 3.6
2.1 3.0 4.7 4.4
o
_a
.g

32 8.9

q
64 o
(n

25' 120' I 15' 12',

ln tial Footcand es
at Distance X.
-x-
Arei age LViaiirtaineei
FoD'rc6iri:lles,,Lrithin
area oi desigirated
Linifrrr[ftity.
Assu r'1es eontri bution
;ror,n adiaeent fixtures. Longltudina Distance n MLrltiples of X
gee note aklove. (Use to determlne tixture spac ng Y. See page 15)
G ro! nd

K m Liqht ncl
250 Watt 400 Watt
AFLS
Medium Flood
High Pressure Sodium
E 18 c ear mogul base 'Supe-
AFLS
lvledlum Flood
High Pressure Sodium
E-18 c ear mogui base
r ol 30.000 lnit a lumens 50,000 lnitial Iumens
LT.L. Test No.34536 LT.L. Test No. 34539

LE-S. Type: 6 x 5 Note. A areas of un form ty are l.E.S.Type; 7x5 Notei Ai areas of un formity are
Field Angle: 122.3'H x 70.3'V based on a ightlng system, not Field Angle: 132.0" H x 81.3'V based on a ilght ng system not
(10'l" of max.) ndlv dual fixtures. Therefore, (10% ol max.) '' d t d n' r,'cs. Tiere'ore
Beam Angle; 44.0'H x 34.0"V areas of un form ty are calcu Beam Angle: 46.0" H x 40,0'V areas oi uniformity are ca cu-
(50% ot max.) lated assuming contr but ons (50% ot max.) aled ass-. -g co rr bu-tons
lrom adjacent f xtures. from adjacent f xtures.

%
Total area w thin is 6:1 maximum to m nimum uniformjty of
llum nat on. Use where a slight noticeable drop in illumlna
n Total area w thin ls 6;1 maximum to minimum uniformity of
il umination. Use where a s ght noticeab e drop in illurnina-

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tion between fxtures is acceptable on facades walls or sgns. tlon between fxtures is acceptabe on facadeq wails or signs

Totai area w thin ls 3:1 maxlmum to min murn uniform ty of Total area with n is 3 1 max mum-to-minimurn uniform ty of
i urnination. Use for opt mum visual uniformlty on facades, lllumlnatlon. Use for optimum visua uniformity on facades
walls or signs walls or sjgns.

rs<icalaeiariialrari 1," lsocandela riiairar


rypical Hall I i." Typical Hall
ib:.
I 4256 (10% of Mt ]X
-l-t l- \
I;.
3056 (10% of Max.)
,
l i2,
I i 1","
l
I
2a.
F 16'
I

6000
10 000
l 1'" l 1''
13,000 !1" 14,000
19,000 \r
v 17,000
20,000
l l'" 24,AO0
29,000
-f
l"
24,O00 34,000 16"
26,000 37,000
I
24'
i I

I
40. _ 40"
- I

48.
I

48"
I
56' 56"
64'
- 64'
-
3'80' )" 20"30'40'50'60" 7

44 .64

'1.8 4.4 6.3


.64 1 4
.88 1.3
4.5 7.1 13 28
o o
1.3 2 3.6 I 6.6
2.2
9.6
q
7 11 20 44 o o
3.2 5 B9 20
= 6.4 a
10 9.6
.= .q
15 13
c c
60'l 50' 40' I 30' | 20' .a B0' I 70',1 60'150' 40'
o d
(! _x_ o
(!
lnit a Footcandles __J
ln tial Footcandles J
at Distance X. at D stance X.

Average Maintained Average Maintained


Footcandles within Footcandles within
area ot designated area ol designated
unilormity. unilormity.
Assumes contribution Longitud nal Distance in lvlultiplesof X Assumes contribution Lonoitudinal Distance ln N,4ult p es ofX
trom adjacent lixtures, (Use to determ ne flxture spaclng Y lrom adjacent fixtures. (Use to determine fixture spacing Y.
See note above. See page 15) See nole above- See page 15)

Km Lighting
AFLs
l\iledium Flood
250 Watt
Metal Halide
BT 28 clear mogu base
AFLS
IVed um Flood
400 Watt
Metal Halide
ED 28 c ear mogu base
20,500 in tial lumens 36.000 nta umens
.T L. Test No. 34544 See page 28 for test l.T. L. Test No. 34548
with GL8 Grid Louver.

l.E.S.Type:5x4 Note Ail areas of uniformity are l.E.S.Type:5x4 Note: All areas of un form ty are
Field Angle: 74.7"H x 59.6"V based on a ghting system not Field Angle; 99.4"H x 67.9"V based on a lighting system, not
(10% ot max.) individual
ndividual f xtures
xtures Therelore
ore (10% ol max.) indlvidua f lxtures. Therefore
Beam Angle: 46.0'H x 3O.O"V areas of uniformity are ca cu Beam Angle: 48.0'H x 34.0'V areas of un formity aTe calcu
(50% ol max.) lated assurning contributions (50'l" ol max.) ated assuming conlrlbut ons
lrom adjacent fixtures from adjacent fixtures.

2 Total area withln is 6:1 rnaxjmum-to-min mum uniformity of


illum nation. Use where a slight noticeable drop n i lumina
2 Total area w thin s 6:1 maximum to minimum uniform ty of
liumination. Use where a s ight noticeable drop in i umina-

I I
tion between fixtures is acceptable on facades walls or slgns. tion between fixtures ls acceptable on facadeq walls or signs

Tota area w thin s 3:1 maximum{o m nirnum un form ty of Tolai area within s 3:1 maximum-to mlnimum uniform ty of
il uminatlon. Use for optimum v sual unlform ty on facades, llumination. Use for opt mum vjsua uniformity on facades,
wal s or sjqns. walls or signs

lsocandela 5i"tir"rh ,^"


Typical Hall
tlli:.
-l J.l
I rl
trfi:.
tl
-2317 (10, of Max.)

\, 5"
0'

.1^\ llll t
I 5200
8000
11
-
000 - 10"
14,000
'17,000 15'
20,000 - 20'
22,000 t5'
l0'
15"

1( 'o 24o 224 4Oo 48.


^6a6t

.44 .64 1

4 5.3 8.3
20 o .88 1.3 2
o
8 4.8 7 11.
27
o 2.2 3.2
q
o b
20 ,q
4A
= 4.4 6.4 '10
6.6 9.6 15
.= B.B '13 .q
c c
60' I s0' 40' | 30' 120' .q B0'I 70',I 60', I 50', i40' q
o o
(! (d

(!
lnitial Footcand es lnitial Footcandles
at D stance X. al Dislance X
-x_
Average Maintained Average Maintained
Footcandles within Footcandles within
area of designated area ot designated
unitormity. uniformity.
Assumes contribution Lonq tud nal Distance in [,4u t p es of X Assumes contribution Longitudina Distance in l\.4ultiplesof X
lrom adjacent fixtures. (Use to determine fixture spacing Y. lrom adiacent fixtures. (Use to determ ne fixture spacing Y.
See note above. See page 15) See note above. See paoe 15)

K m Llghting
AFL9
Spot
250 Watt
High Pressure Sodium
E 18 clear mogu base "Supe-
AFL9
Spot
400 Watt
High Pressure Sodium
E 18 clear mogul base
rior" 30 000 in tial lumens 50,000 initial lumens
I T.L. Test No. 34537 LT.L. Test No. 34540

LE.S. Type: 3 x 4
Field Angle: 42.2"H x 50.3'V
(10% ol max.)
Note: Ali areas of unlformity are
based on a ightlng system, not
individual f ixtures. Therefore,
l.E.S.Type:4x4
Field Angle:48.2"H x 59.7"V
(10% ot max.)
Note: All areas of uniformity are
based on a lighting system, not
individua f lxtures. Therefore
o
Beam Anqle:20.0"H x 26.0"V areas of un formity are calcu- Beam Angle: 22.0'H x 31.0"V areas of uniformity are calcu
(50% ol max.) lated assuming contributions (50% of max.) lated assum ng contr butions
f rom adjacent f xtures from adjacent f ixtures.

Tota area withln is 311 max mum-to-min mum un formity ol Total area with n is 3:l max mum-to m nimum uniformity of
illumination. Use for optimum vlsual uniform ty on facades lium nation. Use for optimum visual un form ty on facades,
wa s or signs. walls or signs.

lsocandela lsocandela Diagram


40' Typical Hall
Typical Hall I

8457 (10% of N/lar )

6146 10"1 of [,4ax.) 20'


-t Aiming
Angle
Airnlng
Angle
10'
\ 5"
\ [-*
N l-
-0"
30,000
\ Wa I or Pole 40,000 -..11 Wa or Pole
\ 51,000 i_

t o)
gQ
F9
9?,999
73,000
80,000
r

t;-- Ground
1 1"24"

.55 5
5, 3.2 29
21 11 10
'Cr 15
10
20 o
15
q _q
20 o 30 o
af -
30
c .=

(!
B0' I 70',1 60'I 50'140' <1)
120', I 100',t 80' I 60', I 40', .a
o o
(d
o
_x_ o
c)

lnitia Footcand es lnitlal Footcandles


at Distance X. at Distance X.

Average Maintained Average Maintained


Footcandles within Footcandles within
area ol designated area of designated
unilormity. unilormity.
Assumes conlribulion Longltudinal Distance in l\y'ultiples of Assumes contribution Longitud nal Distance in Multiples of
lrom adjacent lixtures. (Use to determine fixture spacing Y. from adjacent lixtures- (Use to determine lixture spacinq Y
See note above. See page 15) See note above. See page 15)

Klm Lighting
250 Watt 400 Watt
AFL9
Spot
Metal Halide
BT 28 c ear mogu base
AFL9
Spot
Metal Halide
ED-28 clear mogu base
20,500 nitial lumens 36,000 initial lumens
LT.L. Test No 34545 See page 28 for test LT.L. Test No 34549
with GL9 Grid Louver

I.E.S.Type:3x3 Note: All areas of uniformity are l.E.S.Type:3x3 Note; All areas of uniformity are
Field Angle:42.3"H x 43.3'V based on a lighting system, not Field Angle: 44.3"H x 45.9'V based on a lighting system not
(10% of max.) ndiv dual flxtures. Therefore (10"/. ol max.) individua f lxtures. Therefore,
Beam Angle:21.0'H x 24.0"V areas of uniformity are ca cu- Beam Angle: 22.0" H x 25.0'V areas of uniformlty are calcu-
(50% ol max.) lated assumlng contributions (50% of max.) ated assumlng contributions
from adjacent f xtures. from adjacent flxtures.

Total area w thin is 3;1 maximum{o-m nimum uniformitv of Total area w thin is 3:1 maximum-to-min mum uniformlty of
i lumination. Use for optimum v sual unlformity on facades, illumination. Use for optimum visua uniformity on facades,
walls or s gns. walls or signs.

7622 (A% ol Max.)

1.3 2
9.2 14 b
5 24
10 X
6.4 10 i5
o o
9 t5 20
Io 30 _a
13 2A .e

.t .q

B0' 70'160' I 50' | 40' .a 120',1 100'1 80' I 60' 40' .q


o o
(! _x_
ln tial Footcand es J lnitial Footcandles )
at D stance X. at Distance X.
-x_
Average Maintained Average Maintained
Footcandles within Footcandles within
area ot designated area ol designated
uniformity. unilormity.
Assumes contribution Longitudina Distance in Nlutlp es of Assumes conlribution Longitudlnal Distance n N,4ultiples of
lrom adjacent fixtures. (Use to determ ne f xture spacing Y. lrom adjacent lixtures. (Use to deterrnine fixture spacing Y.
See note above. See page 15) See note above. See page 15)

Kim L ghting
400 Watt 400 Watt
AFLS
Medium Flood with
Metal Halide
ED-28 c ear mogu base
AFL9
Spot w th
Metal Halide
ED-28 c ear mogu base
GLB Grid Louver 36,000 initia umens GLg Gr d Louver 36.000 initial umens
T L Test No. 34550 lT L. Test No. 34551

l.E.S.Type:5x4 Note All areas of uniformlty are l.E-S.Type: 3x3 Note: A I areas of uniformjty are
Field Angle: 72.0'H x 49.9"V based on a ghting system, not Field Angle: 40.2"H x 39.0'V based on a ighting system, not
(10% of max.) lndividual lixtures. Therefore (10% ol max.) lndividua fixtures Therefore.
Beam Angle: 48.0"H x 26-0"V areas of uniform ty are calcu Beam Angle; 21.0'H x 25.0'V areas of un form ty are calc!
(50% ol max.) lated assuming contr but ons (50% ot max.) lated assum ng contributions
from adjacent flxtures. from adlacent f xtures.

Total area w thin ls 3:1 maximum{o-mlnimum un lorm 1y ol Total area wilhln is 3 1 maximum-to minirnum l.]niforrnity of
i lumination. Use for optlmum visual unlform ty on facades, I um nat on. Use for opt mum v sual uniform ty on facades,
wal s or siqns walls or s gns.

tsbcanadta diajrar n
Typical Hall
40'
I

I 7203 (10% of lvlax.


3667 (10% ol N/ar
30'
) I

24"

10'
5'

\ '*12,000
7000
1S :16 000 10' Wa orPoe
S t25,
'zt ooo 15"

t33,ooo

- T ---T-T-T- f :w
\"24" i2. 4e]" 4n"56.64.

o o
q _a
,q .9

.g
=

80' 70' 60' J50' | 40' .a 120',t 100't80' 60' I 40' .a


o o
_x_ d _x- .o

ln tial Footcand es ln tial Footcand es


at D stance X at D stance X

Averaqe Maintained Average Maintained


Footcandles within Footcandles within
area ol designated area ol designated
uniformily. unilormity.
Assumes contribution Longitudina Dlstance n lvlult p es of X
Assumes contribution Long tudina Distance n N,4u t plesofX
trom adiacent iixtures. (Use 10 determ ne f xture spac ng Y lrom adjacent fixtures, (Use to detern-r ne lixlure spacing Y
See note above. See page 15) See note above. See page 15)

28 Krm L ght ng
KIM Computer Layout
and Diskette Service
Diskettes For specil ers who have
n-house computer capabl ity
w th outdoor ight ng programs,
Kim can supply an l.E.S for-
matted diskette prov dirg raw
data for the AFI'. Diskettes
are a so avarab e for the ent re
-W#--ffieffi
'A section of the Kim binder
inc !d ng the sma er AFL
version. Contact your oca
Kim representat ve

Computer Layouts Computer techno ogy now


a ows the ghting ndustry to
prov de spec fiers w th detai ed
ghting system performance
predict ons that wo! d have
been time proh b tve in the
past. At K m we emp oy the at
est cornputer hardware afd
software to he p design
proless ora s apply our prod
ucts w th confidence if
um naire spaclngs or llght eve s
canfot be adequate y der ved
from photometr c charts if th s
catalog a cornputer pr ntout
can be provided for your spe-
c fic prolect requ rements
Coftact your ocal K rn
Representat ve

K m cornputer pr ntouts for the


AFL' are normally prov ded
to sca -o on standard computer
:tillj l,|l,;lj,ll I r ;ltl lljlt

paper On spec a request 22 . 2::


(allow add tiona turn around '.
t me) prlftouts can be provided
on iransparent vellum for over ay
on b! ld ng e evations. Th s
a ows easy v sual zat on of the
overa system perforrnance or
dent f cation of prob err] areas
where adj!strnents rfust be
made.

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