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TABLE 5-4 Lumens, Life, and Efficacy for the Lamps
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Watts Color Length (ft) * Initial Lumens Life (h) Efficacy (lm/W)
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Incandescent, standard inside frosted 25 40 60 75 100 150 200 300 500 1000 Incandescent PAR-38 150 Spot 150 Flood Quartz incandescent 500 1000 1500 40 40 60 60 85 85 Fluorescent, U-line 40 40 Fluorescent, instant start 60 60 75 75 95 95 110 110 180 215 215 Mercury-vapor 40 50 75 100 175 175 250
235 480 840 1210 1670 2850 3900 6300 10750 23100 1100 1350 10550 21400 35800 3150 2200 4300 3050 2850 2000 2850 2020 5600 4000 6300 4500 8500 6100 9200 6550 12300 14500 13600 1140 1575 2800 4300 8500 7900 13000
1000 1500 1000 850 750 750 750 1000 1000 1000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 20000 20000 12000 12000 20000 20000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 10000 10000 10000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000
9 12 14 16 17 19 19 21 21 23 7 9 21 21 24 78 55 41 50 81 57 71 50 93 66 84 60 89 64 83 59 68 67 63 28 31 37 43 48 45 52
CW & WW CWX CW & WW CWX CW & WW CWX CW & WW CWX CW & WW CWX CW & WW CWX CW & WW CWX CW & WW CWX CW CW WW Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Deluxe Clear Deluxe
4 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
LAMP AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS
TABLE 5-4 Lumens, Life, and Efficacy for the Lamps (continued )
Watts Color Length (ft) * Initial Lumens Life (h)
Efficacy (lm/W)
250 400 400 700 1000 Metal-halide 175 250 400 1000 High-pressure sodium 50 70 100 150 150 200 215 250 400 1000 Low-pressure sodium 65 65 90 135 180
Clear Deluxe Clear Deluxe Deluxe
12100 23000 21000 43000 63000 14000 20500 34000 105000 3300 5800 9500 16000 12000 22000 19000 27500 50000 140000 4800 8000 13500 22500 33000
24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 7500 7500 15000 10000 20000 20000 20000 24000 12000 24000 12000 24000 24000 24000 18000 18000 18000 18000 18000
48 57 52 61 63 80 82 85 105 66 82 95 106 80 110 88 110 125 140 137 145 150 166 183
CW cool white; WW warm white; CWX deluxe cool white; Deluxe produces extra red light; Clear produces very little red light * 1 ft = 03048 meter Suitable for use in a mercury-vapor fixture
manually or with time clocks or photoelectric switches, and by controlling the level of illumination in a given area with dimmers and similar devices
DIMMERS
Solid-state circuitry dimmer switches for incandescent lighting adjust lights from bright to candle-glow without causing a icker In some dimmers, a knob is turned to switch on the light and then
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rotated until the brightness level desired is reached Turning on a light with such a dimmer involves rotating the knob back and clicking the switch on In other types of dimmers, the knob is pushed in to turn the lights on, and then the knob is rotated to the brightness level desired The lights are turned off by pushing in on the knob Push the knob again to turn the lights back on at the exact brightness level that was set when it was turned on This type of dimmer has to have a lter to prevent problems with television and radio reception within the house, especially if they are all on the same circuit The 1000-, 1500-, and 2000-watt models of incandescent dimmers have break-off ns that permit close ganging of the switches, using minimum wall space The 1500- and 2000-watt models have mounting holes for two-gang boxes Light control equipment comes in all sizes Commercial-size units are usually transformers, and in some cases, such as stage lighting, saturable reactors are used These reactors use a low-voltage DC to control the saturation level of the core of a transformer that, in turn, decreases or increases the available current from the secondary winding of the transformer that supplies the lights In most cases, a wall-mounted controller, mounted in a standard 4-inch wall box, is a continuously adjustable transformer The rotating knob of the dimmer produces any light intensity from full bright to off or any level in between It is a smooth, ickerless, stepless control process, suitable for either incandescent or 40-watt rapid-start uorescent lamps Most newer models of dimmers are made with radio frequency interference (RFI) suppression to make sure that the dimmer does not interfere with the operation of a radio or television or any other electronic device on the same circuit or in the building Triacs are made that can handle up to 4000 amperes The high currents are controlled or triggered by diacs that are in turn controlled by low voltage Motor-driven units, composed of electronic circuits with RFI suppression, permit remote control The dimmer can be installed in an out-of-the-way spot and the control station (knob) at a convenient location Dimmers are also available for use with uorescent lamps However, inasmuch as fluorescent lamps usually need about 100 volts to produce light, it is rare that anyone needs to dim them
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