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lntroduction

Incandescent

High lntensity Dßcharge

Fluorescent

Conpact Fluorescent

Stage and Studio

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This 2lst edition of the GE Lighting 9200 Lampcatalog o has been totally redesigned to help you moreeasily select which GE Lighting products best fit yourlighting customers' applications.

GE Lighting has continuously invested in worldwidetechnology to expand the range of is products. Now,with an entire new spectrum of lighting productsavailable, this new catalog will assist you in matchingquality GE Lighting products to your customers'lighting needs.

Let GE Lighting help you see your business in a wholenew light.

All ratings and data are subject to change without notice.Technical drawings are not to scale.

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Princiþtes ofLighting

Comparing, Light SourcesThe performance of a lamp or rype of lamp can bejudged according to severaì diffeient criteria. Themost cûinmonly used are efficacy, color rendering,color appearance and lumen maintenance. :

Efficacy

Different types of lamps have differing abilities toconvert electrical power into light. The quantity oflight emitted (measured in lumens) is divided by thepower input to the lamp (measured in watts) todetermine the lamp's efficacy. This is expressed aslumens per watt.

Color ßendering

Color rendering is the degree to which a light sourceshows the true colors of the objects it illuminates.This is measured on a color-rendering index, ratêdfrom 0 to 100. A traditional fluorescent lamp, forexample, rates 54 on the scale, while incandescentlamps rate I00.

Color Appearance

The apparent color of the light emitted from a lightsource is known as color appearance. It is generallydefìned in two different ways. One is the broadcategorization into warm, intermediate and cold,. Theother is by color temperature, measured in Kelvins (K).

Iumen Maintenance

Incandescent lamps fail before there is any seriousdecline in the amount of light they emit,.Othersources, such as fluorescent lamps, show depreciatinglight output during their lifetimès. These facts areimportant in knowing when lamps should be replaced.With incandescent lamps, it is normal to replacêindividual lampl al they fait. For orher rypes of lamps,it is possible to define a lumen maintenánce curye(lightoutputagainst time) to predict when output rvillhave declined to a point where the lamps need to bereplaced, so that each lamp can be changed when theprobability of failure reaches a certain level.

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Varietíes of Lamps

Light can-bg.pqoduccd from electriciry in several ways,of whieh.the most wídely used are incandescence,electrical discharge and fluorescence.

The Tungsten Filanent

,Elecffic cuffent, flowing through a thin wire filament,- heats the filament almost instantþ to a temperature ati which itis ineandescent. The filament quici.ly burns' ,out'if air i* pi.r.rrt, ss.it is enclosed in ån airiigtrt glass' envelope or búI.h, wftich is emptied of air and refilled

:' at a low pressure.with a quantity of inert gas, usually.argori or nitrogen (or sometimes krypton). Theprdsenee of the gas slows down the rate at which themetal filament evaporates, which in turn allows thefilament to ûperate at a higher temperature.

The Incandescent lanpIncandescè¡t lamps are the most familiar tlpe of lightsource, with countless applications in homes, officesand factories. Their advantages include low cost andreliability, good rendering of color and the fact thatthey-need no additional control gear. Incandescentlamps are ideal for applications where good color islimportant, such as in grocery, furniture, and clothingstores; art studios; and beauty salons.

The Tangsten Halogen lanpThe tungsten filament lamp was unchallenged for halfa century before the advent of the more effìcientdischarge and fluorescent lamps. In the 1960s,however, the tungsten filament lamp made acomeback in the form of the tungsten halogen lamp.

In practice, typical tungsten halogen lamps have someof the advantages of the tungsten filament lamp, being50 percent brighter and lasting up to twice as long as

normal filament lamps. At the same time, theefficiency of the lamp is increased to about 22 lumensper watt.

Although more expensive than conventional lamps,this new form of filament lamp has found a host ofapplications where its smallness, brightness and longerlife are valuable. Car headlamps, fog lamps, airfìeldlanding lights and lights on aircraft are just a fewexamples. Tungsten halogen has also beensuccessfully introduced in floodlighting, as lamps andfittings can now be made smaller and lighter, which inturn removes the need for very strong towers or masts.The use of lZ-volt lamps has produced small lamps ofhigh performance for display lighting and exhibitions.These lamps provide a degree of "sparkle" whichother types of lamp cannot achieve.

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use the direct light from theonlyconvert the invisible ultraviolet to

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Discharge lamps work on an enprinciple from that of filament While filament

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the arc vaporizes metals,colors of light.

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efficacy and more efficient use ofThe color of light emitted by adepends on the tlpe ofwide range of phosphorsproduce almost any

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light or color-renderingdegree of "warmth" or

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stores, ofïices, schools, hospitals andcenters.

lamps come in many different types,

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shapes and sizes, from 94.5 in. long to miniature,including one varietyjust 5.9 in. long. Unlike otherrypes of lamp, the fluorescent is linear, which meansthe light it produces is far less directional. Light istherefore dispersed more evenly and shadows arediffused. These qualities make fluorescent lampsexcellent for use in all areas, from offices to kitchens.

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Compact Fluorescent Lanps

The GE Lighting line of compact fluorescent lampsrepresents a m4jor breakthrough in fluorescenttechnology. Compact fluorescents such as the lampsin GE's 2D or BiaxrM range look very different fromconventional models (the two end caps are combinedin a single unit), but they operate on exactþ the sameprinciple. Because of their folded discharge path,compact fluorescents are far smaller thanconventional models. They use about a quarter of thepower of filament lamps with similar output and last

:. çight to ten times longer. This is due to abreakthrough in the development of tri-phosphors;

. these enhance efficiency and color, and make possiblethe use of high-loaded, small-diameter fluorescenttubes.

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Compact fluorescent lamps have two signi{icantadvantages: first, they can be used as replacements forincandescent lamps with the benefit of longer life andreduced maintenance costs, and second, they are coollight sources that make the most of leading-edgeplastics, allowing,the design of new-generation light

-fixtures. Fluorescent lamps produce much less heat'than filament'tlpes, and sinie they convert most oftheir electrical energy into visible light, they are muchmole efficient, producing up to 90 lumens per watt.In fact, coÍnpact fluorescent lamps produce about thesame"lumens as an incandescent bulb, at less than halfthe watts, This, in addition to their compact size andunigue-configurations,ìopens the door to a widevariety of industrial: and commercial applications.

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Headings in the catalog sections

The following glossary of terms and descriptions canhelp you when checking lamp specifications and whenordering products. Lamps are listed by basic productlines: Incandescent, Halogen, High-IntensityDischarge, Stage & Studio, Fluorescent and CompactFluorescent. Within each product line, lamps aredivided into families. Within families, lamps are listedalphabetically by bulb shape. In each of these groups,lamps are listed in order by ascending wattage.

Finding a lanpIn this catalog, all lamps are listed alphabeticallyaccording to bulb shape. Within the bulb shape table,

lamps are listed by wattage in ascending order. to" '

find your lamp, follow these simple steps:

When You Don't Know The Lamp Description:

1. Identi$ bulb sLape by using table on page 7.22.2. Measure bulb diameter using ruler on page 7.22 to

determine widthlin eighths of an inch.3. Identify base type using table on page 7.7.4. Find your lamp in'the table containing the bulb

shape, size and base, which are all listedalphabetically.

When You Know The lanp Descrþtion:

Go directly to table containin$ bþlb shape listed inalphabetical order. Or go to the index contained inChapter 7 which lists:lampsby description inascending wattage order.

0EDER C0DE: ttis¡npoftant to ße rhß ftvedig¡l

tode when oídering Ío ensuß thatyou reæive the exæt pndun you

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DESCßIPTIØÎí: th¡s

infornaion induda the knpbbuning position nd liniutions on

the lanp's opaating position. ltalnindudestheabbreviathns,R1fH l9an knp in 9ile 0own .

lo Horizontal position) md 8A

l9un lanp in Ease Up pßit¡tll ',

only). Atso shown in tlis colitnnß packaging inlornqiòn l48PK, 'tAßP[0, ffrAY, etc.). '

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lenet tonbination in whidt C ß amihd wie Íilanent, CC is a nihdwie that iç itself wound into a

largu nil, and Sfr is a nraþhttibbon filanent. llunbets

repßMil the rype oÍ fiknent-supput aïangenm.

M0lin. (nn): Mainun1venll length in inthes mdnillinuen.

ICL in. (nn): 1isnnæ

and the lþht Center Length

refercnce plane, in inch* mdnillineters

DESCßIPflOIII:tonplue base diagrans ue btated on pages

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Ycllow Highlighl inditates that thß is a raduced

wattage option lor knps nomally used in this

appliøtion. 8e sure to check wattag|, lunens and

lile n denrnine wlrirh lanp is ben saiud to yurneads.

ßATEI' AVEßAGE LIFEH0UßS: Awngelit'eflunfþwe rcprcæns the lanpbnedian value of lik apectamy.

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Lunms lþue lin lunens) is baæd

on phuonury of knps opuaadfor a brief period, at rated vohs

MEAI! LUMEI\IS: Aßo tßndin Fluuesænt and Hlo suions.

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wrth hþh colu nndøing,whiú helpsobjeceandpeßoß illun¡nated û app*u

tuoß ttß Io lifa. (found onlliq fl10, flror^csrìt Conpad

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tß|, Center Rmn Candhpzwer and 9ean Spread are also included in the appropriaa nuions.

All ntings and daa ue subþu to change wihouî notiæ.

llote: lanp drawings are not to sale. Be sarc to check size

and dinensfun inîornation when identiÍying each lamp,

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App lica t io n Sp u ilic k fo r n a io n(i.e., flood)

DIAMEIER: Ianpshek apressed a icnainun in eþhths oÍ an

inch. for exanph, an A2lIanp is 21 eþhths ofan

¡nch 12Ug') ar ißnainun dinmsions

6PK 120 tt6 53/a (136.5) 2000 485 ll¡#P-nefhnilFkod

321 t8 t20 24 ttô 2000 525 ßeflector Flood-l.E

23558 120 24 Ctô 51all36.5) 20t0 7/5 Krypnn filhd WattÃliseP-neÍhctur fl00d

6t 20002355e 60ffi0/swM \ t2o 24 \er.o 53/a lt36.5t 775 Kryptln F¡lhd WattMßeP-flelleaor Spot

t5 t57os lflffiaFus1ùr\ \< 24 rà\ 5\attn6.5l 2000 /70 WattMkeP-ßeflntorflood

bô tïlfi 75ffi0/SPß5wM \ /2r\ 24 n¿ \ ¡yaltso.5) 2000 770 Watt¡lîßeP-nefbctorspot

Ò5 20331 1,ß/fL/Mt-t 6PK \/2' \q. ccô }i(slt36.5) 2000 /10 MßeP-fieflÆtot Flood

65 20332 fl,ß/sp/MH ilpK /)( J' \ ccô 5yìff16.51 20t0 //0 lllneP ßefleaorSpu

75 3820/ /5ffiq/ft /zr \ 24 \n+ 5rþß6)5J,. 900 fleÍlecnrfloodlnsidefnst2000

75 18443 75ß30/f1.1 6PK tzo \, f}d\ b3/elt16.5) \ 2000 900 Sundødßefhctorflood

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General Service lanpsDecoratíve Lamps

Airport lanps Listed By AnPeres

Airport Lanps listed By Watts

Multþle Street lighting LanPs

Series Street lighting lanPs

Supplementary Lighting

Lanps Listed hy Anperes And Volts

Directional Lanps/For Export 0nly

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Introdaction

GE Lighting's incandescent lamps trace their ancestryto the world's first practical electric bulb,.invented byThomas Alva Edison, founder of General ElectricCompany, in 1879.More than a century of research and developmentlater, GE Lighting's present range of incandescentlamps represents the state of the art of lamps forresidential and commercial use, as well as specialpurpose lamps for decorative or display applications.In an incandescent lamp, light is generated byheating the filament to incandescence. The hotterthe filament, the more efficient it is in convertingelectricity to light. Flowever, when the filamentoperates hotter, its life is shortened so the design ofeach lamp is a balance between efficiency and life.This is why lamps of equal wattage may have differentlumen ratings and different life ratings.Incandescent lamps of similar size are commonlyavailable with different wattage ratings. The fixturewattage limit should not be exceeded.

Protection From Moisture

When HRG appears in the Chart Heading orAdditional Information column, the outer bulbs aremade of special thermal-shock-resistant glass.

Flowever, external protection of the lamps issometimes needed to eliminate the chance of bulbbreakage resulting from contact with water duringoperation. Footnotes will indicate when externalprotection is needed. Where HRG is not shown, thebulb glass is such that the lamps require protectionfrom exposure to mist or condensation as well as

direct contact with water during operation. Cov-R-GuardrM lamps (lamps coated with Teflon@) need nosuch protection from water. (Teflon@ is a registeredtrademark of DuPont.)

ßated Life

Values are based on a large number of representativelamps under controlled conditions. Individual lampsor groups of lamps rnay vary from the Rated Lifeshown. Rated Life is a medianvalue of life expectancy -the total operating time at which under normalconditions, 50Vo of any large group of initiallyinstalled lamps are expected to be still burning.

Bases

When Brass Base (BB) appears in the Chart Headingor Additional Information column, the lamp issupplied only with a brass base. If Brass Base (BB)does not appear in the Chart Heading or AdditionalInformation column, the lamp is supplied only withan aluminum base. Brass Bases are recommended foroirt¿Jor lighting applications.

Burning Position

Unless otherwise stated, the lamp can be burned inany position. Limitations on lamp operating positionare shown in the Additional Information column. Thefollowing abbreviations are used: BDTH (Burn lampin Base Down To Horizontal position), BU (Burnlamp in Base Up position).

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ATTENTION: This brand-name cross-reference chart isprovided only as a quick reference. Other lamp companybrand listings may only represent a near equivalent, versusan identical match to GE brands. Individual lampmanufacturers' product offerin gs and performancespecifications should be consulted. Lamp performance maybe affected by environmental conditions, ballast type and/orother auxiliary equipment.

Yellow Highlight indicates that this is a reduced wattage option for lamps

nornally used in thk apphcattln. Be surc t0 check wattage, lunens and life to

duumine which lanp is best suited to your needs.

Light RIao Highlight indicates that this ß a lanp with hþh nlor renduing,

which heþs ob¡ens and penons illuninated t0 appear nnre true t0 l¡fe.

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15 12656 t5At5 120 t20 tg 31þ189) 2Ia160.3) 2500 I 15 lnside f¡on

l5 41269 15415 24PK t20 120 c.g Jtþ(qst z3/a 160.3) 2500 I 15 lnside frost

t5 t2658 15415 130 120 c9 3tþl8q) 23/a(60.3) 2500 I 15 lnside fnst

t5 t6215 t5At5/CU88 130 120 C-9 3 tþßg) 2 3/a (60.3) 3000 ll0 CleaÅisn ß8)23

15 1931/ l'A/Gfl/tug t30 120 tg 31þl8s) 23/a(60.3) 8000 Cleu-kng Life S¡gn (8R)23

15 412/0 t'A/W 24PK 120 120 Cg 3t/z(85) 2500 1 l0 SoÍt White

I5 12828 t5A/8 120 t20 c.9 31þ(89) 2500 Elue l08fJ

15 12832 15A/0 120 c-9 3 tþ(89) 2500 1mge þR)23120

t5 12833 l,A/n 120 120 c9 3 tþ(89) 2500 ned 188)'3

15 t2836 tsAI 120 120 c.s J tþlss) 2500 Yellow (88)23

15 44448 25A15/nfl 120 c.9 31þl8S) 23h160.3) 3000 fleflunr Sþn Lþhr Lf. (88fJ130

14129 304t5 130 120 c,9 3 1þ189) 23/s160.3) 5000 215 Lf. thanging l,længe Stgn 188f3,?0

30 15291 30A15/u 130 t20 C-9 3tþ(8s) 23/a(60.3) 5000 215 Clw Chngng Mxnge Stgn (88)23

30 t9358 30415/8 130 120 Cs 3 tþ(89) 23/e 160.3) 8000-10000 180 l.f. Srsn (9BfJ

thar4pplance and 0ven Senite.

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43540 120 120 150015199 40415 C-9 3 tþl?g) ZIa (60.3)

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Yihntion nesÍan (2,9)

120 60 1500 43540 15206 404t5 CAß] tg 3tþl8s) 2Ia(60.3)

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t20 60 1500 43540 Cg 3 1/r(891 23/a160.3)2t 188 40AÍ5 t0/2

40 20451 40415/Cf Co/2 t20 60 C'9 3 tþ(89) ZIa (60.3) 1500 435 Chr-Ceiling fan. l/ibration flxitant (9J

40 20452 40415/1/U/CfC0/2 120 60 tg 3 tþl]g) 23/a (60.3) 1500 355 Wh¡tele¡l¡ng Fan. y¡bnr¡zn ßÆ¡tant (9)

Chuleiling fm md Appknce.

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1500 65060 120 60t7759 60A15/CF C0/2 ts 3 tþlqs) 23/a (60.3)

Cler frailway Sigml IEht (10).

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150018 t0 120t3630 18415/3 tC.6 3Y4(95.3) 2Uvl56.a)

18 13636 18A15// t0 t20 Ct6 33/t(95.4 23/v153.2) 1500 37ug 8æe ll0)

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13647 t8/3.54t5// t0 t20 CC-6 3I¿195.3) Ct6.37w 8æe (10)15U0IB

15 t276/ 15A t20 t'6 3Va(92.1) 23/a(60.3) It00 lns¡de F¡ost (53)I2

12t84 154 34 t20 tg 35/elS2.t) 23/a(60.3) l.f.-lnin 153)1000t5

l5 12813 154 120 Cs 3Ve(92.1) 23h160.3) t000 14/ l.F.-fnin (53)/5

C-9 35/¿192.1) 2tþ163.5)25 t3/u 2,At//ns t20 t000 250 l.E-Inin. floagh Seuice (53)/5

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J4 12612 40A/34Mt 120 t20 tC-6 4//tt (l 12.4 3 t/s (/9.4) 1500 405 Watr-lvlkeP-1ifasetoat¡ng

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25 14108 25A/ß 25t 120 C-|/A 37/a198.4) t000 ßed (88)a (1.53)

25 13889 254 300 t2t C-1/ 3//a198.4) 2In(65.t) t000 lnsìde fton (53)

25 13879 25A 250 120 C-tlA 3r/a198.4) 2%o(65.1) 1000 220 ksideFronlSS)

25 t3872 254 230 12t t|/A 3Va(98.4) 2'3/n(65.1) t000 220 kside fnst 153)

25 13802 254 60 120 C-9 3//a198.4) 2e/n(65.1J t0t0 285 Lf.-lnin (53)

25 13/84 254 34 120 C-9 3 7/a 198.4) 2 %o (65. il 1000 390 l.f. lnin 153)

25 t37/9 254 30 12t C-9 3//a(98.4) 2\n(65.t) t000 345 Lf.-lnin (53)

25 13/69 25A 12 120 t6 3r/a198.4) 2\rcl65.ll t000 3/B lnsbe Fnst (53)

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25 t4305 254t9/Gß/rn t30 120 C-9 3t/aß8.4) 2Ia160.3) 3000 Tnnspun t fl ed-Stgn (8 Bf1

25 t4294 25419/0ß/tF t30 120 C-9 3 t/a (98.4) 23/a 160.3) 3000 190 l.f. Srgn (88)23

25 14293 2,Atq/Gn/Cr 130 t20 C-9 3Ua(98.4) 23/a(60.3) 3000 190 Cleu-Sisn (88fJ

25 49728 25A,qY 6PK t20 t20 C-9 3 t/a (98.4) zYa 160.3) 2500 lramp. Yelhw-"Pa ny Rulb "

25 49/2/ 25AIß 6PK 120 t20 Cg 3 t/a (s8.4 23/a 160.3) 2500 fiaßp. ßed-"Pany galb"

49/26 254/T0 6PK 120 t20 tg 3 7/o ß8.4) 2r/a (60.3) 2500 Irarep. 0nn gr' Parry 8u lb'

25 49725 254/TG 6PK 120 t2t tg 3 t/o (98.4) 23/a (60.3) 2500 lransp. Grcen-'Paty Rulb

25 49/24 25A/f8 6PK 120 t20 C-9 3 t/t (98.4) 23/o (60.3) 2500 lraßp. Elrr'Pañy qalb"

25 37793 254/Y 24PK 120 t20 C-9 3 t/a /98.4) 2500 lellow l88f1

25 14t18 254/ß2 120 t20 C-9 3//a198.4) 2500 flose (88/3

25 375/9 254/ß 24PK 120 120 t-9 3 //a 198.4) 2500 ned 188)'3

25 14088 254/0 t20 120 tg 3//a198.4) 2500 1range ßRf'

25 3/5/8 254/G 24PK 120 t20 C-9 3 //a lq|.a) 2500 Gnn (88)23

25 37577 254/R 24PK 12t t20 C-9 3//a198.4) 2500 Rlue lR8)23

25 l9il6 2,A/Cß/CUB 130 120 C-9 3 //a 198.4) 23/a 160.3) 8000 tlearlong Life Sþn (88fJ

25 33488 254/fr5 24PK 130 120 t1/ 3//a(98.4) 2In(65.t) 1000 190 l.F.-floughSenicel9S)

25 33486 254/ß3 24PK 120 120 t'1/ ?t/alSî.4) 2In(65.1) 1000 190 Lf.-floughSenicel9S)

lellon@4l lna¡erl

250024t2025 230 lnside fnst-t0V-ß'GllAß0ru (95) l88f1t9 4thlt08) 2Iþ(63.5)l4/3/ 2,A/qVG 24PK

25 t3992 254/tL t30 t2t ttô 4thlt08) 2tþ163.5) 2500 215 thar

25 15064 25A/CL 24PK 120 120 tt$ 4thlt08) 2tþ(63.5) 2500 215 Crynal Chu

25 t3990 254/tL t20 120 Ct$ 4t/4(108) 2rþ163.5) 2500 215 thu-Duaaive

25 412/2 Z'A/ryr 24PK 120 120 ttô 4thlttg) 2tþ(63.5) 210 SoftWhite2500

25 356t3 254 t30 120 tCô 4 t/4 (108) 2 t/2 163.5) 2500 215 kside fnst

25 412/t 254 24PK 120 120 ct$ 4th(108) 2tþ163.5) 25t0 215 Standad

2E 13828 25A t20 120 tt6 4th(108) 2tþ163.5) 2500 215 lnside host

Al9 Dianeter 2 3/a " - Mediun (826,/24) Base FE. I

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IAl9 Bulb Shape

Wattage Range: 34 - 52

s

fis. I

Al9 Dianeter 2 3/s " (60 nn) - Mediun Base

I

Ð

l\ut lblß eP Plus-1i lfuse Cu ti ng.

Ionglile (88fJ

34 130 t20 2500 380t3009 404/34MtP/99 CCô al/rc1112./) 3t/s(/9.4)

40 t5288 404 120 120 CC-6 4 t/rc ll 12.7) 3 t/s (/9.4) 1000 495 lnside fioç

40 13255 404 48PK 120 tu CC-6 4 1/ta ll 12.7) 3 t/a (/5.4) 1000 505 Snndud

40 34034 40A 130 CC'6 a t/rc ll 12./) 3 t/s (/9.4) 1000 495 lns¡de frost12u

40 1325/ 4tA/W 48PK 120 t44 tC-6 4 7/rc ll 12./) 3 t/a (/9.4) 1000 490 Soft lflhite

40 t3259 404,4y/LI 24PK 120 t20 tC-6 a t/rc ll 12./) 3 t/s (/5.4) 1500 455 SoltWhite-Longlih

40 15305 40A/CL 120 120 tC-6 4|/rc1112./) 3t/s(/9.4) t500 480 Char

40 123il 40A/CL 24PK 120 120 CC-6 4 t/rc ll 12./) 3 t/s (79.4) 1500 480 Ctystal lckail

40 34t25 404/CL 130 120 tC-6 4|/rc1112.7) 3t/s(79.4) t500 480 Cht

Suruivortu Longlik. l.F. Vibntion ßæisant

(8ay:

40 120 120 3000 38015802 40A/S ts at/rc1112.4 3t/s(/9.4)

Sunivolil Longlife. l.f. Vktation ßeskan

(RqfJ

40 130 120 3000 38015803 40A/S tg 4l/rc(112.7) 3t/s09.4)

Gaage 1oa LEht (R8f3 V¡brat¡on

flsßnnf

40 120 120 3000 4052253t 4tA/t0 24PK C-S 4//n(112.7)

lns¡de fros tIqV-ßAlAn 0M lB 3. 95)

(88fr feflon@ü Coated

40 120 24 t500 48014728 404/CvG 24PK tt6 4t/tt(112./)

40 12386 404/y 24PK 120 120 tt6 4t/n(112.7) t000 320 Eutlite.

50 16121 50A/ns 120 120 t 1/A 3 t/s (98.4) 2%o 165.1) 1000 480 l.F. floughSew¡tel9í)

50 33495 504/nS 24PK 120 120 t1/A 3//aß8.4) 2Inl65.l) t000 480 l.E-Bmsh Seruiæ 195)

50 16t23 504/nS t3t 120 C-I/A 37/a(98.4) 2Tn(65.1) t000 480 Lf.-ßugh Senice (95)

50 3349/ 50A/ßS 24PK t30 120 t-17A 37/aß8.4) 2e/tel65.l) 1000 480 l.f. floughSe:ræ|9í)

lnside Fros t10V-ß{ !.|Afl 0il fl oug h

Seruice (83,95) l9?fr leflon@47 Coated

50 24 t0t0 4801472/ 504/nS/Cr/6 24PK 120 t 1/A 3 Uo (98.4) Ze/n 165.1)

50 16242 50419/5 120 120 C-22 3//a(98.4) 2yß165.1) t000 tkar-ßough Senire (95)

50 33498 50A/VS 24PK t20 120 Cs 3 7/a 198.4) 2 tþ /63.5) 1000 550 l.f. Y¡bnt¡on Sevice

50 33500 504/VS 24PK 130 t20 C-9 3 Ua 198.4) 2 Iþ 163.5) t0t0 550 L|-Vibntion Seruhe

50 16t08 504/nS 32 t2t C-9 3t/a198.4) 2Yrc165.1) t000 Lf.-flough Senice. fnin 153,95)

50 16201 50A19/fr5 75 t20 C-9 3 Uo 198.4J 2 Iþ 163.5) 1000 545 l.E flouuhSen¡ce.Tnin153,95)

50 15985 504 230 120 C-IIA 3//a(98.4) 2Tn165.1) t000 490 lnside Frost

50 15995 504 250 t20 C-IIA 37/a198.4) 2\rc165.1) 1000 490 ksìde fnst

50 16t4/ 504/ß5 250 t20 C-22 37/el98.4) 2e/tt165.1) t0t0 4/0 Lf.-flughSen¡æ 195)

50 1608t 504/n 250 t2t C-l7A 3tþ198.4) 2yß(65.1) 1000 fled

5t 1631/ 50At9 300 t20 C'tlA 3 7/o l9B.4J 2%a 165.1) 1000 Insile Frost

52 126t5 604/52WM t20 t20 tC-î 4t/nll12./) 31/s(/9.4) t0t0 /80 llanMßeP-1ilfitntuting

12623 604/52WM t30 120 CC-î 4//ttll12./) 3t/sl/9.4) 1000 750 WatMßeP ]iffuntoating52

Wan ll4ßeP Plus. 1itfure

Cmting. Longl¡le lREfJ

52 t20 t20 25t0 6/0130fi 804/52WMP/99 tt8 a|/rc/112./)

þlatt l,4ßeP Plus. 0ilftise

Coaing. kngl¡fe l88fJ

52 130 120 2500 650t30t2 604/52MtP/99 Ct8 4 t/n ll 12.1)

52 13554 00A/52M1/CL 120 120 CC-9 4//rc11t2./) 3t/s179.4) 1tt] /90 watt ll4ßeP-clea¡

13555 604/52W¡i,l/CL 130 120 tC8 al/rclllz.l) 3t/s(/9.4) 1000 760 Watt-l,l¡seP thiltC-9 4l/rc(112.7) 3t/sl/5.4)52 20034 52A/tC 48PK 120 144 1000 /80 nnagy ChoiæM-1iÍlase Coating

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Al9 Bulb Shape

Wattage Bange: 55 - g0

cs

f¡C. I

t5 lncandescent Lamps

Al9 Dianeter 2 3/a " - Mediun Base

C-9 4 //n (1 12./) 3 t/s (/9.4) Swiwy'M J. f . 0a yligh t 9lue.

Iongl¡Íe l9t)23

75 19240 /,A/S-qLU| 120 t2t 3000

75 15812 /54/S 130 t20 C-9 4 7/to (1 12./) 3 t/s (/9.4) 3000 Suruivoy'M longlife l.F. l/ibntion ßesßant

ß8F3

850

/5 15808 /54/S 120 120 cs 47/n(il2.7) 3lh179.4) 3tqt 85t Surivoy'M longlife l.f. l/ibnt¡ln nesßÍant

ß8r3

75 17468 /54/nX 120 t20 CC-6 4 t/to (l 12./) 3 th l/9.4) 5000+ ned txir L¡sht (6)

75 2032/ /54/SPK 24PK 120 120 CC-6 47/ß1112.7) 1000 900 Solt Pink 146l

75 10428 /'A/CL 24PK 120 120 CC-6 4t/tolll2.4 3t/a(ß.4) /50 1200 Crynaltlear

/5 4128/ 7'A/UV/LL 24PK 120 120 CC6 4t/ß1112./) 3t/s[9.4) 1 t25 I 125 SoÍt lilhite-Longlle

/5 41032 /54/W 48PK 120 144 CC-6 4 7/u (l 12./) 3 t/s (/9.4) /50 I l/0 soft lyhite

/5 1/34/ /54 t3t 120 tC-6 4t/rc(112.4 3t/s(/9.4) /50 1 180 kside Frost

/5 4t030 /54 48PK 120 144 CC-6 4//n1112.7) 3t/s179.4) 750 1 190 Standard

75 17345 t'A t20 120 tC-6 47/n(112.4 3t/sI9.4) /50 1 180 lnside Fnst

/0 12030 704/ti'lt/U 48PK t2t 144 tC-ï 4lha(112.4 3t/s(/5.4) 825 ll25 ll'liseP

6/ 20635 6/A/tt 48PK t20 144 Ct-B 4t/nlll2.7) 3t/sl/9.4) /50 1080 fnugy1hziæIv-tilfuseCoating

6/ t355/ /54/6/WM/îL t30 120 Ct8 4t/n(112./) 3t/s(ß.4) /5t 1065 WattltliseP4nr

6/ t3550 754/07Mí/CL 120 120 Ct8 4//n(112.4 3t/s(/s.41 /50 1095 lilau-l',úßePllleu

6/ l30tB /5A/67WMP/95 130 120 CC-? 4 //n (1 12./) 3 t/s (79.4) 2500 530 WattlíkeP Plus-]¡Ífße toating 180)23

67 t3013 /54/67MtP/99 t20 120 Ct8 47/to(112.1) 3t/8I9.4¡ 2500 960 þVanMkeP Plus-1iffwe tnat¡ng l88fJ

6/ 12824 /,A/t/Mt 130 120 CC8 4 //n (1 12./) 3 t/s l/9.4) /50 1050 Waï-lvl¡seP l¡fluffiCnr¡ng

67 126l/ /5A/6/W¡tl 120 t20 CC8 47/tt(112.7) 3t/s179.4) 750 l08t WatÍ-lv\¡seP-ù¡fÍase1zat¡ng

60 41624 604/Pr 6PK 120 24 tcô 4//to(112.7) 3t/s(79.4) It00 Plant lþht-Gro I Sho@ (4) (88f3

60 20326 604/SPK 24PK 120 120 CC$ 4Uß(t12.4 3t/81/9.4) 1000 675 Solt Pink (46)

60 t696/ 604/1 24PK 130 t20 CC-6 4 7/to l1 12.7) 3 t/o 175.4) 1000 550 lellow 9uglin

60 41284 6tA/r24PK 120 t2t CCô 4 t/to (1 12./) 3 t/s l/9.4) 1000 550 Yellow EugTite

60 169t3 604/SBtf 120 t20 CC-6 4 7/n lt 12.7) 3 th l/9.4) 1000 74t Lf.-Silvaed Eowl

60 16882 604/0 120 t2t CC-6 4 t/rc (l 12.7) 3 t/8 (/9.4) 1000 500 Lf.-0aylþht

60 22384 604/G0 24PK 120 24 CC-6 4 t/ß lt 12./) 3 th l/9.4) 3000 650 Lþht I.f. Grage 0oor l/¡htat¡nn ßßßtant

60 23097 604/GIt CAil) 120 24 CC-6 4 7/n ll 12.7) 3 th l/9.4) 3000 65t Light Lf. Guage 000t. t/ibnr¡ln nesßhnt

80 14414 604/tt/G 24PK 12t 24 tC-6 4t/n(112.4 3th(ß.4) 1000 850 lnsíde f ræ tl1V-fl -0llAß 0M (83. 95 /(9Rf feflon@il Coated

6t 1580/ 60A/5 t30 120 C'9 at/n(112.4 3t/s(79.4) 3000 650 Sunivorw Lonlife l.F. V¡bniln nes¡stant

(8a)2e

EO 15805 604/5 120 120 C-9 4 7/n ll 12./) 3 t/a (/9.4) 3000 650 SunivorM LongLife l.f. l/ibnilln Bes¡stant

ß813

6t 39322 604/Cr 24PK 120 120 tC-6 4t/n(112.4 3t/s(/9.4) 1000 8/0 Crystal Clea

60 41285 804/WrL 24PK t20 120 tC-î 4 //to ll 12./) 3 t/s l/9.4) t500 820 Softlrt/hite-IongliÍe

60 41028 604/Vv 48PK t2t 144 ttô 4//n(112.4 3t/s(/9.41 1000 855 SoftWhite

60 t6783 6UA 130 120 CC-6 a lht ll 12.1) 3 t/s 179.4) t000 860 kside frost

60 41t26 6tA 48PK t20 144 ttô 4//tt(112./) 3t/s(/9.4) 1000 865 Standa¡d

60 16/81 604 120 120 CC'6 a//n(112.4 3t/s(/9.4) t000 060 lnside frost

t2629 554/Mt/U 48PK t20 144 tC-? 4 t/to (l 12.1) 3 t/s (79.4) t100 800 MßeP

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0/4.

IAl9 Bulh Shape

Wattage ßange: 90 - 100

fìs. I

Al9 Dianeter 2 3/a " (60 nm)- Mediun (826/24) Base Frg. I þontnued)

I

,ti ;, ij ! |i j ¡,i i!! i!:1|,i:t !i.j I

90 12018 1004/90WM 120 120 Ct8 4t/nll12.4 3t/s(/5.4) /50 1540 t/t/attl,liseP-1iffuseCnting

90 12625 |00A/90WM 130 120 tCî 4 t/tt ll 12./) 3 t/s (/9.4) /50 1520 lilattMkeP-tìlfuseCmting

90 13019 l00a90wMP/99 120 t20 tC-| 4 7/to ll 12.7) 2500 l3l5 lMattMiseP Plus-1it'fuse

toaring. kngLiÍe (88FJ

90 13023 |00A/90WWP/99 t30 t20 CCB 4 1/to (l 12.4 2500 1295 lilnrMisePPlas-0iffus

Coaing. longLife l8 R)23

90 13550 l00A/90w1/cr t20 t2u CC8 aUn(112.7) 3rh(/9.4) 750 l56t WanMßetþ Clea

90 13559 |00A/90WM/CL t3t 120 CC8 4//rc1112./) 3 t/s79.4l /50 l54t WanMiseP-Cku

90 20637 904/[t 48PK 120 144 tC8 4 t/rc (l 12.7) 3 t/s (/9.4) /50 1540 fnugy thorceil-Iiffun Coatng

OE 1263t 95U1il/U 4BPK 120 144 CC8 47/nll12./) 3 l/sl/9.4) 825 1800 MiseP

t00 1/93t 1004 120 120 tt8 4lha(112./) 3t/s(ß.4) /50 1720 lnside frost

100 4t034 1004 48PK 120 144 CtB 4 //to ll 12.7) 3 t/s 179.4) 750 1730 Standild

100 17933 100A 130 120 ttï 4t/n(l12.4 3t/s(/9.4) /50 l/20 lnside Fnst

100 41036 t1oA/vt/ 48PK t20 144 CC-î 4 1/to (1 12.7) 750 l7l0 Soltl¡lhite

It0 41289 |1qWLI 24PK t20 t20 CC-| 4 7/n (l 12./) 1125 1600 Soltlyhite-Ionglife

100 3932t |qqA/CI 24PK 120 t20 tc-? 4 t/n (1 12./) 3 t/s (/9.4) 75t I /50 C¡ystal Cleat

100 t/995 IqtAlHr t20 t20 CC-6 4Un(112.7) 3t/s(75.4) 750 1690 lnside Fron l1Rfr Lefttlml Mediun Bas

t00 t58t3 I00A/S t20 120 C-9 4 t/n (1 12.4 3 t/s (/9.4) 3000 I 160 Su:ivoy'M longliÍe. l/ibratizn flesßtail

(46)ß8),3

t00 t5815 1004/5 130 120 c-9 4//rc1fi2./) 31h(/9.4) 300t 1 lfit Suuivuil LongLiÍe. I/ibrat¡ln nesktant

(46) 18813

100 41291 100A/r 24PK 120 120 tt8 4//to/112.7) 1000 1010 BugLite

100 18285 t00AI 24PK 130 120 tc-B a7hlt12./) 1000 1010 9ug-Lite

100 20328 |01A/SPK 24PK 120 120 tt8 4//ttll12./) 3t/sl/9.4) 1000 1330 Solt Pink (46)

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A2l Bulb Shape

Wattage ßange: 40 - 90 fN

| / lncandescent Lamps

A2l Dianeter 2 5/a " (67 mn)- Mediun (826,/24) Base Ftg. I

C-llV 43/s(111.1) 2Un16l.9) Watf-MkeFÇlear. Tnífic Sþnal Bun

oofu ¡aoyt r,ypt*

90 t/glt tqtA2t/qMÍil.Ts 120 120 80t0 t040

75 17482 75A2t 12 120 t45 3t3/n (96.8) t000 Ins¡de fnst

75 l/472 75A21 6 120 c.6 5 thlt17.4) Jt3/n(98.8) t000 Insi4e fnn 153)

/5 4421/ /'A/ßt 12PK 120 12 C-1/ 5t/4(133.4) t000 : flough Seruiæ. 'nuff-n'laf" (B?F lg5)

/5 14/24 /54/ßS/ty0 24PK t20 24 t.l/ 5 t/41133.4) It00 /40 Inside fnn-t0V-fl-GUAfl0tu flough

Sewice (83.95) l8B)23 leflon@o Cnted

75 1152/ /54/nS 60PK 130 60 t1/ 5t/41133.4) 3ß/n(96.8) 1000 /50 Lf. ßough Senice (95)

/5 t8274 754/nS UPK t20 60 CC-l/ 5th(133.4) 3ß/to(96.8) It00 750 IF. ßugh Sen¡æ 195)

75 t/526 /54/nS 6tPK t20 60 c-l/ 5t/4(133.4) 3ß/nß6.8) 1000 /50 l.f. ßugh Seniæ 195)

69 l/325 69A21/15 130 120 C-9 43/allll.l) 27/n16l.9) 8000 6/5 Cleu-fraíic Signl 80TH (9BfJ

69 t7324 69421/13 t25 t20 C-9 43/a ll 1 Ll) 2 lhe 161.9) 800t 675 Chu-fraffic Signal B?TH (RBf3

69 I/323 69A2|IS t20 120 C-9 43/a(l1l.l) 27/n16l.9) 8000 6/5 Cka-Inffic Sþnal 80rH (88fJ

6/ 38553 6/A2115 130 120 C-9 4Ia(11t.t) 2t/tol6t.9) 8000 635 Clea-Tnlfic SEnal 80TH l88fJ

67 38552 67421/tS t25 120 C-9 4Ia(l1l.l) 2//to16l.9) 8000 835 Cha-fnÍfic Srgnal B7TH l8B)23

67 38551 6/A21/tS t20 120 C-9 4Ia(111.1) 2//ta161.9) 8000 635 Ckar-fnffic Sþnal 80tH 188)23

60 t7t22 60421 230 120 CtTA 43/a(1t1.1) 2Y4"169.9) t000 585 Inside frost

60 t7034 60421/y 120 120 C-9 4 //o (123.8) 10t0 Yelhw (46)

60 t/028 6042Uß2 120 120 tg 4 t/t (123.8) 1000 nose (46J

60 t/02/ 60A2UB 120 120 C-g 4 t/t (123.8) t000 ned (46)

60 16909 6042U0 120 120 tg 4 7/e 1123.8) 1000 0nnge 146)

00 l/009 60A21/G 120 120 tg 4//t(123.8) 1000 tnen (46)

60 18997 60A2UB 120 t20 C-9 a 7/o ll23.B) r000 Slue (46)

60 t/969 69A2U60WM/ïS 130 r20 C-ttV 4Yslll1.1) 27/tt(8t.9) 8000 610 Wau-l,4iseP{lear Tnfic Sþnal. Bwn

s\IH (8Rf3

60 t/988 69A2U00WM/rS 120 t20 C-llV 43/allll.l) 2./tt(61.9) 8t00 610 Wan l,4ßeP-tlear lnlfic Sþnal. 1wn

EorH (8il23

56 167.?8 56A21 t20 120 C-9 43/al|ll.il 26/ßl/4.6) 2000 l.E Srræt flailway 0uþn. Anps:.5 19 (4 l)

54 l/96t 80A2U54WM/ïS t30 t20 C-l|V 43/ollll.t) 2|he16l.S) t000 530 lilan-litliseP. Cha-fnffic Sþnal. Run

80TH 188)23 Krypnn

54 17s60 60421/54Wt/rS I2t 120 C-llV 43/a(111.1) 2//tt16l.9l 8000 530 llatt lnkeP . tku-tnffic Sþnal. Rwn

80TH (88fr Krypnn

50 16390 50A21 34 120 C-9 4 7/a (123.8) 3 7/n l8/.3) 1000 LE-rnin 153)

50 16385 50421 30 120 C-9 4//a(123.8) 3//tol8/.3) 1000 805 Lf.-Tnin 153)

50 205/8 50421/ßV l2 48 t6 4t/a(123.8) 3//ßl8/.3) 1000 875 flareaional Vehide I trlarine.

lnside fron 153)

50 16J66 50421 t2 120 C-6 4 7/o (123.8) 3 7/n 181.3) 1000 875 kside fnst 153)

40 15554 404/rS 130 120 C-9 43/t(l1l.l) 2//n(61.s) 2000 380 thar-rnffic Sþnal 80\ll (88fJ

40 t5552 404/'tS t20 120 Cs a!o(|ll.l) 27/n161.9) 2000 380 Cleu-fnfir Sisnal 80fH l8R)23

40 t5599 40421/0ß,4v t3t 120 tg 43/a(1ll.l) 2tVn(/4.6) 3000 fnnsparcn t Yelbw-S¡gn (88f3

40 1559/ 40A2U0n/rß 130 120 C-s 4Irlt t 1.1) 2t5/n(/4.6) 3000 fnreparen ßed-Sþn l88f]

40 t5593 40A2UGq/T0 t30 120 tg 4Io (l I 1.1) 2 ß/tt (/4.6) 3000 lnnspaen t ìrcen-SEn ( ERfj

40 15591 40A2U0ß/'r8 130 120 ts a%(111.1) 2tVn(/4.6) .?000 fnreparen t ElurStgn (8 8f 3

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Wattage Bange: 90 - 135

s

F¡s. 1

A2l Diameter 2 7c " (67 - Mediun Base I (nntnued)

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't :í;!ìi:t r!r| t,t iti'!j i.1 r! ¡ ) t,r:11,. i)¡tjt:t t:jl ttr/;, ttti,rt)ttl

lilau-MiseP-Clea¡ tnt'Írc SignaL Bwn

80lH IRR)23 Ktypton

t20 Bt00 t04t9t 179/2 100A2U90M|IS 130 tttV 43/al11l.l) 21tt(61.9)

t00 t82r2 10t421 120 60 CC6 5thlt33.4) 3//a198.4) /50 1890 Inside frost

100 tq22t 100421 t3t 60 tC-6 5 th 1133.4) 3 7/o l9B.a) /50 1690 kside fnst

100 21314 100A21/99 60PK 120 60 CCô 5th(133.4) 3t/a198.4) 250t 1440 tiffuse toating-Ernndel Seruice (88fJ

It0 2t315 ltoA2l/99 60PK 60 tt 6 5 th (t33.4) 3 t/s 198.4) 2500 1440 tiffun toaing-fxnnded Senice (88fJt.?0

t00 1/520 tqqA/ns 60PK t20 80 C-1/ 5 1/4 1133.4) 3 t3/n (98.81 t000 1260 l.f. ßough Se¡vtte (95)

t00 18275 t00A/fr5 l2PK t20 60 c-17 5thlr33.4) 3ß/ß(96.8) t000 1260 I.F. flmsh Seru¡æ (95)

t7522 1004/ß5 60PK C'l/ 5th(133.4) 3ßha196.8) 1260 Lf. ßugh Sewiæ 195)130 60 1000100

1230 L|.I1Y-?0UAßIIM ßlugh Seruhe

(83. 95) 188)23 leÍlon@at toaad

120 120 1000100 t4/19 1004/nS/Ct/G c.t7 5th(133.4) lß/nß6.8)

t00 t6t59 t00A/ßt t2PK 120 12 t 17 5 th 1133.4) 1000 flough Setuiæ-"ßuff-nlutf" lB3. 95)

100 17626 looA/CUnS t20 60 c-t/ 5 t/4 1133.4) 3 ß/tt (96.8) t0t0 Clear-fl ug h Se rvtce 195)

100 t762/ 1004/tUßS t3t 60 Hl 5 th (t33.4) 3 t3/ta 156.8) 1000 tlear-ßough Seruice 195)

100 1/525 t00A2US8tF 60PK 120 60 CC6 5 th (133.41 3 7/a (98.4) 1000 Lß. Silvaed Eowl 128)

t00 17528 t00A2t/58 6tPK 120 60 tc.6 5 th (133.4) 3 //a 198.4) 1000 tleu$lvaed Eowl(28)

Chil-Tßlf¡c Signal. naød Watß: 98.

Bt)tH (8813

120 3000 1280t00 120 tg 43/allll.l) 2Ì/n16l.9)18363 t00A2t/TS

Chu-ïnffic Sþnal flaed

watrs: gB. E?TH lERfJ

30t0 t2B0100 t30 120t8365 I00A2l/qS C-9 43/a(111.1) 27/n(61.5)

18306 looA2t/SP 120 120 C5 43/a (1 I 1.1) 3 (/6.2) 200 1340 tlnr-Spotlrght(8R)'3100

t00 17860 ttoA2t/4SP 120 120 t5 43h11t1.1) 3 (76.2) 200 L¡sht l.f.-lt4edical Splil¡sht l9?fs

t00 18290 tqqA/ns 30 120 t-g 5 th 1133.4) 3t3/n 196.8) 1000 l. E-frough Seniæ 153, I 5)

I/845 tooAzUS 32 I2t c-5 49/alfit.t) 316.2) 500 1610 Clear-Iomnotire Hmdlþht (13.53) IBB)23100

100 1/515 1004 60PK 230 60 C-/A 5 th (t33.4) 3t3/rc 196.8) 750 1280 kside fnst (53)

100 1/516 1004 60PK 250 60 tlA 5th(133.4) 3ß/to196.8) 750 1280 kside fnst (53)

100 17529 1004/99 60PK 230-25t 60 tlA 5thll33.4) 3ß/n196.8) 2500 l.f. txtended Senice 153) l8R)23

t/524 tqqA/ns 60PK C-il SthllJJ.4) 3t'/n(96.8) 960 l.E frough Seftice (53,95)6u It00t00 250

lnside hßtl?V-n GUAß7il noagh

Se¡viæ 183,53,95) (88)23 lellon^4t Coand

940250 t2t t000100

277 60100

147t8 rq1A/frS/CVG

1/517 100A 60PK lnside frost (32.53)

c.t/ 5 th (133.4) 3t3/n (96.81

c,/A 5 th (133.4) 3 Yn 196.8) 750

t16 t9oo8 I 1642t//ts 120 120 tg arh11l1.1) 2t/to(61.9) 8000 1280 Cleu-TnÍficSignal.R7lH l88f1

t16 t9t09 Il8A2lIS t25 120 t-9 4I¿lttt.1) 2Un(61.s) 8000 1280 CleaÞfníicSignal. E7TH lEBfJ

I t6 19010 l16A2|/T5 130 t20 Cg 43/ollll.l) 2Ì/n(61.9) 8000 1280 Clear-lnllicSignal.E1Tí IBB/3

135 12019 t50aß5wM 120 60 CC-B 5 3/a (136.5) 750 2450 luatll4ßeP4iffuretnting

135 1262/ t50Al35WM 130 60 cc8 53/a1136.5) 750 2420 lltat-lLíkeP-1ilfusetoating

t3322 150A/|35WM/CL tt| 53h(136.5) 4t/n(103.2) /50 2480 WanltlkeP4mrt20 60135

CC-? 5!ell36.5)' 4r/n(103.2) 150 2450 WanMiseP-Char135 1344/ t50A/t35Mt/CI 130 60

Waí-MßeP Plus-1¡fße kating.

IongI¡le

2500 2200t35 60 CC-? 53/a1136.5)13024 l50Al35WMP/99 l2o

lltatltl ßeF Plus-1 i Ífwe toatin g.

IongLiÍe

2lB02500135 6013025 t50A/t35MVP/99 130 tcî 5r/a1136.5)

otA

ftg. I

A2l Bulh Shape

Wattage ßange: 15 - 200 (lndudes 3-14/ay Lanps) ¡{

è

t9 lncandescent Lamps

750 39lt

1200 4240

Soh Whie80120200 CC-B 53/a(136.5) 4t/rtll03.2)11585 200A/W.t t2PK

200 16069 200A/cI.t t2PK 120 60 CC-9 53/a(138.5) 4thtll03.2) /5t 4010 ttystal lchar)

Suruivoy'M LongLife. Vibrailln nßßbil 146)

188)23

2t00300060130150 C-9 4tTn1125.4) 3Ia(85./)158t8 t50A/S

Sunivoy'M longLife. I/ibmion ßæßnn 146)

ßR13

2t00300060120t50 C-9 4t5/tt 1125.4) 33/a ß5./)t58t/ t50A/s

t50 l/t25 t,qA2t/frs 130 60 c-|7 5th(133.4) 3ß/rt(96.8) 1000 I.f.-flough Senice (95)

150 1/623 tñqA2UfrS 120 60 C-l/ 5thll33.4) 313/n(96.8) t000 Lf.-flough Senice 195)

t50 16068 l,qA/tL 12PK 120 CC8 53/a(136.5) 4t/tt1103.2) /50 2850 trystal tlear60

150 10429 l,qA/l/t/ l2PK 120 60 tt8 53/a1136.5) /50 2/80 Soft Whie

t50 330t9 1504 130 60 CC8 53/e1136.5) 4t/n1103.2) 750 285t lnside frost

t50 41294 t50A 24PK 120 80 tC-? 5Ie(136.5) 4t/rtlt03.2) /50 2850 Slandad

150 19168 t50A 120 60 Ct8 5Ialt36.5) 4t/to(103.2) 750 2850 lnside Fnç

þlatlllßeP4m Trafic Srgnal. Bwn

80TH (8Rf3 Krypnn

I 75tt000120t35 C-|tV 4tl/toll19.l) 3(/6.2)1/9/4 t50A2Ut35Wht/15 130

ltt/att A|ßeP -cka. Inlfic signal. Bwn

80TH (88fr Krypton

I 7507000120135 ttlV 4tt/ttll19.l) 3(76.2)l/s/3 t50A2ut35wM/rs t20

Iilat-ltlkeP Plus4ut

Longlle (8Rf3

220080135 tt8 53þ1136.5) 4t/rt(103.2) 2500t3320 t50Al35WtPß9CL t30

IlanllßeP Pluslleu.

LongliÍe lERfJ

222060î35 ttï 5Is1136.5) 4t/ta(103.2) 2500l33lg l50A/l35wtPß9tL t20

A2l Dianeter 2 5/a " - Mediun Rase I (continued)

A2l i-Way Dianeter 2 7o " (67 - ?-Contact Mediun Base Fþ. I

I

t5G10o150 20329 50/|50SPK t2PK 60 1500

1200

1200

560

1300

1860

a

120 ct8

tt85t/41133.4) 3//a(58.4) SoÍ P¡n* 7-Way. I t, 2 5, 46)

5&100-150 t6t42 50/150 twil PK t20 24 tt4CC-8

5 t/4 1133.4) 3 //a (98.4) t50t

t20t

t20t

580

1640

2220

Soft llthite. S-Way. fw¡n Pack (25.46)

50100t50 41280 50/150 t2PK t2t 60 tc8

CC.8

5 th /133.4) 3 //a 198.4) 1500

1200

1200

580

1640

2220

Soft White. ?-Way (25,46)

45-95-140 20682 45/1408C 12PK t2t 60 CC.8

TC.B

5 tþ 1133.4) 3 t/a 190.4) t500

t200

t200

550

1500

2050

frergy thoicr1ilfuse

toaÍing. 1-Wat 125.46)

30.70.t00 412/3 30/1t0 I2PK t20 60 02n

CC.B

5 th (133.4) 3 //s 198.4) t500

t200

t200

280

1035

1315

Soft Whie. ]-Way (25,46)

Æ135-t50 23000 t5/150s[cuBIY 120 60 c-2n

îc-B

5 th (t33.4) 3 7/o (98.4) 3000

t200

1200

84

2330

2414

Snwity 3-Way (25,46)

1il35.t50 4!)99/ 15/150 t2PK 120 60 c-2ß

tc-q

5 th (133.4) 3 7/o 198.4) 1500

t200

t200

88

2330

2418

MßeP. 3-Way (25.46)

A2l,423 Bulb Shapes

Wattage Bange: 50 - 250 (lncludes ?-Way Lanps)

D

0tA

Fis. I

è

lncandescent Lampst/0

t) lìll !l: j ;j:l ít i r!:t! :tr: tt:t jì't'r::tl. :t ti,t ..:j)i. '!i¡jt tit):j|rra

A2l 3-Way Diameter 2 7a " (67 nn)- 3-Contact Mediun Rase

A23 Dianeter 2 7/a " - Mediun Rase I

A23 7-Way Dianeter 2 Ve " (73 nm)- 3-Contact Mediun 1

Ð

50-135-rB5 134ì2 50185 t2PK t20 60 tc-q

CC.B

5 th 1133.4) 3 //a 198.4) 1500

1200

1200

580

2330

2510

MßeP. 3-þrE (25.46)

50200250 19445 5o/250-l 12PK 120 60 cc-| 5 t/4 (133.4) 3 7/a 198.4) 1500

1200

580 Soft White. S-t/ttay 11.25.46)

tc 25 3660

t00 33454 100A23/VS 24PK 120 t20 tg 5ß/ß(150.8) 47hall12./) 1000 1340 l.F.-Vibntion Se:ice (12)

100 33456 l0tA23/1/S 24PK t30 120 C-S 5t5/n(150.8) 4Unl1t2./) 10t0 1340 Lf.-Vibntion Seruice ll2)

1t0 t848t t00A/0 t20 120 CC-6 5tVrc(150.8) 4//tolll2./) 750 910 Lf.-]aylþht

100 t8502 t00A/s8tf t20 12t CC-6 5t5/rc1150.8) 4//ø1112./) /50 14/0 Lf.-Silvercd Eowl l2B)

100 t8599 l00A/8 t20 120 CC-6 5 Un 1150.8) /50 Elue (46)

100 18610 t00A/0 120 120 CCô 5t,/to 1150.8) /50 Çrcen 146)

100 18632 100A/ß 120 120 CCô 5tTnll50.8) /50 ned (46)

100 18449 tt0A23 120 120 ttÊ b1þ/ß1150.8) 4t/tt(112./) /50 lnside frost

t00 18542 100423/20 120 t20 tC6 5 6/tt ll50.B) 4 7/n (l 12.7) lt00 Chu-Connøcial lven l88fr l3)

t00 18512 100A23 t2 t20 t6 56/nll5t8) 4t/nl112.4 1000 lnside Fnn (53J

100 t/904 tqtA 34 120 C-9 5 ß/n (150.8) 4 7/n (1 12./) 1000 2160 l.f.-rnin (53)

100 t/906 |]qA/BR 34 t20 C-9 5 tí/n (150.8) 4 r/rc (1 12./) t000 2160 t.F.-rnin (88fr 153)

î50 ts080 t5tA23 t20 60 tCî 6In(157.2) 45/e(117.5) 750 2780 lnside hoç

150 t9082 150423 t30 6t tC-î 63/n(157.2) 45/olll/.5) /50 2/80 kside fnst

150 15204 150A23/99 120 60 CCq 63/n(15/.2) 4Va(ll/.5) 2500 2310 LF.-fxtended Seniæ l88f1

150 19206 150423/99 130 60 CC-î 61/to115/.2) 45/a1117.5) 2310 Lf.-tnended Seruice IBBF2500

t/0 15842 |7qA/frUSW 6PK 120 30 tt8 5t5/nll5o.8) 750 3100 Soft Whitrflnda Lrgh[M

2t0 20049 2004/Cr 120 60 cc8 6Irclt5/.2) 4Val1t7.5) /50 4010 Clear

200 20051 2004/tL 130 60 tt8 6%01157.2) 4Vallt/.5) 4010 Clear150

200 20028 2004 t20 60 Ct8 6\nll5/.2) 4Va(ll/.5) /50 4010 lnside Fnsl

200 2001s 20tA l2PK t20 60 tC-î 6Ittll57.2) 45/e(11/.5) /50 4010 Standad

200 20t30 2004 130 60 tt8 6Yt61t57.2) 4%ltt/.5) 750 4010 lns¡de frosl

200 200/6 2004/99 12t 60 CC| 63/nll5/.2) 45/a(lll.5) 2500 3410 LE-EnndedSewiæ (ßRfJ

200 20078 200A/99 130 60 CC? 63/tt1157.2) 45/s1117.5) 2500 3410 Lf.-fnendedSeruice IBB)n

200 2008t 2004/99t1 130 60 CC-? 63/n(15/.2) 45/a(11/.5) 2500 Cha-tunnded Seruice (88f3

250 15843 2504/qUSW 6PK 120 30 CC8 îr/t(146.1) 750 4500 S1ftwh¡te-BeaderL¡ghtrull)

HN

CC.B

1000

2800

3800

It00 Softlrlhite-ßeadalEhtw

sway (t) (251 146)

stVn (150.8)3080-t/0250 15846 B0/250A/ßUSW 6PK 120

Base

I l/ lncandescent Lamps0tA.

f¡s. I f¡s.2 ng. J fE.4

C7 Diameter 7/e " - Candelabra Base Fþ. I

C7 Diameter Ae " Q2 nn) - Double Contact

CZ EIZ 8830, Eß40 Bulh ShaPes

WattageBange:4-120For more C shape lamps see Decorative Section

Base 2

1Èè

li,:t¡; i)

:i .tti,.':'i,¡t; .,:t:,:Jiii

l0 1t975 tq|l tßAY 120 24t t lA 2t/s 154) 5000+ 42 tleu-kdicaot. l2lanp Tny (6)

7 1t0t9 ltvß |BAY 120 240 C-7A 2 t/s 154) 3000 fled-lndicau. 1 2lanp lny

/ 1t805 tc7/0 rnAy 120 240 C-/A 2 t/s 154) 300t 0nn g*ln dia nr. I 2lanp Iny

7 11815 /C//W rflAY 120 240 C-7A 2 t/s (54) 30t0 36 ltt/hite-lndinto¡ l2Lanp l¡ay

/ 1l/92 /C7 rnAy 130 240 C-/A 2 t/s (54) 300t 46 ClearJndicato¡ l2-Lanp lray

/ il779 /t7 fßAY 120 240 c-/A 2 t/o 154) 3000 46 Clearlndicato¡ l2lanp Iray

4 205/3 4CVWS C0/4 120 t20 t 7A 2 t/s 154) 2000 14 Snndud lllhite I'litht Liqht 144)

4 16001 4t//vr co/2 120 240 t /A 2 t/s (54) 3t00 12 L%hietool Ewningtv Nigh L¡gh 19)

4 205/2 4t7/S CD/4 120 120 t 7A 2 t/s (54) 2000 l9 Standard Chil llight Light 144)

4 21491 4|VPK to/2 120 240 c-/A 2tþl5a) 3t00 tool Rwningw Pink lttight Light 19)

21493 4C7/BL t0/2 120 24t t lA 2 t/s 154) 3t0t t00l EuninglÚ Elue ¡light Light (9)4

4 4305t 4t/ Co/2 120 240 CZA 2 t/8 154) 3000 16 Cool Rwningw Char tt¡ght Light l9)

t0 120t4 tqt//,oc t20 120 t-/A 2 t/s (54) 5000+ tlear-kditaor. floagh Seniæ 16)

t0 11994 10C/0t TnAy 120 240 î-/A 2 t/s (54) 500th 40 Clear-kdicuot. l2lanpfry 16)

/5 35/82 /,ft7/tF t2PK t20 120 tC-6 5 (127) 3 t/s (79.4) 4000 Pzil L¡ghtJ.f. IeÍlon@at toated (88/3

El7 lJianeter 2 t/a " nn)- Medíun (826/24) Base Fþ. 3

Eß30 ùianeter 3Ia " (95 nn)- Mediun (826/24) Base 4

Eß40 Dianeter 5 " nn)- Mediun (826,/24) Base Fþ.4

E

/5 42850 /58Ê30 t30 24 ct6 6th1t58.8) 2t00 850 Efl-Flliptical flefhaa. Iþht I.f. (4,35,58)

75 37044 /58H0 120 24 Ct6 6 t/4(158.8) 2000 850 tfflpliîal neÍlectzt ltght Lf. (435,56)

5t 478/8 508ß30/PK 120 24 tCô 6 t/41158.8) 2000 ffi-illtptical nelkctlr-Pink (4,35,56)

50 il823 508ß30 t30 24 tC-ï 6 t/4 (158.8) 2000 525 E?.flltpr¡nl ßefleilu l¡gh 1.f.14,35,56)

50 M29 50tfl30 t20 24 tt6 6 th (158.8) 2000 525 tntl¡ptical neÍhctIt lirht l.f.l4,35,56)

120 43231 120tn40 130 24 tCô /3/ell8/.3) 2000 1425 ffi4utpr¡mlneÍhctnt LtghtLE(435,56)

t2t 4180/ 1208n40 120 24 CC-6 /3/e(18/.3) 200t 1425 Efr-flliptital ßefhuor ltght l.F.(435,56)

a

Gl6 t/z, G25, Ê3q G40 Bulh Shape

Wattage ßange: 25 - 1000

For more G shape lamps see Decorative section.

0tA.

Fb.lftS. 2 Ftg.3

F¡s.4 fis.5

Gl6 t/z Dianeter 2 t/to " Contact Base I

Gl6 t/z Dianeter 2 t/to " (52 nn) - Douhle Contact Rayonet (Balfid) Base FE. 2

G25 Ðianeter 3 Ua " (79 nn) - Mediun (826,/24) Base Fþ.3

t000 22170 ll/l/G251 I t5 t2 c-5 5Yo(t38.5) 3Va(92.1) 50 thu-Undemaa Euning (88F (Hn0/5

(34,39,99)

G30 Dianeter 3 3/t " (95 nn) - Mediun (826,/24) Base Fþ.3250 20589 2500/SP t20 60 C-5 5 t/sltst 2) 3 (/6.2) 200 4500 CleaFspnil¡ght. R]fH 199) (88)23

250 20604 2500/fL 120 60 C-5 5 t/s lt30 2) 3 176.2) 800 3650 Chu-Fbodlisht E?lH l99) 188f3

400 2t343 4t00ßP t20 60 C5 5 t/s (130 2) 3 l/6.2) 2t0 8400 cleaÅpIrlight.80tHl99ll88f3

400 21383 4000/ft î20 60 c-5 5th11302) 306.2) 800 6800 CleaÞFhldl¡ohr. R?fH /95) 1REF

G30 Dianeter 3 3/t " - Medium Skirted Base 4

G40 Diameter 5 " (127 nn)- Mogul (839) Base Fþ.5

Ð

ttttijtti:ì).t iji¡t),i')itlti)

25 W83 25G16lzSC 120 60 t5 3l/6.2) 1th(31.8) 1000 Clear-flailway Srgnal Ltght (69)

100 t87t7 t00ît6 tþ/295C t20 60 tt13 308.2) 13/a(34.9) 2t0 1660 CleaFsplil¡gh 80rH (/.99) l88fi

100 t8721 t00çt6 tþ/290c tzt 6t tî-13 3 l/6.2) 1 3/a (34.9) 2t0 1660 CleaÍ-Sp1thghl 80lH (/.99) (88)2r

125 19031 l25GI6 t/20C t20 60 tt13 3(/6.2) 1 tþ138.1) 6t0 Ckar-Spotlþh I ?fH ( /, 99)

250 20629 250030 120 60 C-/A /Yß(182.6) 5(12/) 5000+16l tlear-lnhued. lndusrial (4.46.56) (BB(J

3/5 21329 375G30 1t5 24 t lA /r/n (182.6) 5 (127) 50t0+(6) Clear-lnfrued. lndusrìal 14.46.56) IBB4J

500 2t426 500G30/1 115 60 c-7A /thft7|) 5112/) 5000+/6J lnfrarcd. kdustrial /2A,46,56) IBB)23

500 2r45t 500G/FL 120 24 c-5 tthal1/9.4) 4thil08) 80t 93t0 thaFfkldl¡nht. R2fH 199) IRB4J

C5 tUa(200) 5thll33.4)1000 22193 |M/G4ofL 120 24 800 20000 cha Ftndtþht. 80fH (99) (88)13 lHßcl'

DIA.

ftc. I fig.2

P25, P25-2 Bulh Shapes

Wattage Bange: 50 - 250

è

LTL

d

| /3 lncandescent lanrps

250 20681 250P25 60 tíA 43/t(120./) 3 16.2) 500 4650 tleølonnotive Hudlþht 113, 53)

150 19364 150P25/85ß 120 80 C"IA 43/t(120.4 20t Mediun l. F.-Sp0tltght. S¡lviled B1wl.

Hud qlass buÍon /28) 188P3

150 19334 150P25/258 120 60 clA 4|t(t2t./) 200 tlear-Spotlþht. Silvercd Rowl. Had glass

buflon (28) l88f'

150 19372 150P25/10 120 60 C-/A 43/t 1120./) 3 (/6.2) 200 2100 ltght l.f.-Spotlþk Hard glæs bann l88f'

I5t 19366 t50P25/10 24 60 t5 4It1t20.7) 3l/6.2) 200 Ligh L f.-Spnt. Hild glaß buflln (53)

(8q'3

P25 Diameter 3 tk " øg nn) - Mediun (826,/24) Base Fþ. I

P25 2-Filanent lJianeter 3 t/s " (79 nn) - î-Contact Rase 2

t

P25 lunen-ßated TraÍlic Diameter 3 t/e " nn) - Mediun (826/24) Brasls Base Fþ. I

it

t0ot00 18818 100/100P25/29 120 60 5th6ll28.01 3'/tt(84.1) 750 t0B0

I 160

thu-2lilanent llaine

ßnning hght (1) (RRf3

5t50 16535 50/50P25/28 î20 60 L-C

f-o

5tholl28.61 3'/tol84.l) /50 tl e a r-2 li I a n e n t M a t i n e

flunning lþhr ll) (88fr

t90 20097 |950UP25IS t30 60 ts 4I¿ (12t./) 3 176.2) 8000 1950 thu-Tnlfic Sþnal (80TH)

t90 20096 1950UP25/|S t25 60 C-9 43/t (120.7) 3 (/t.2) 8000 1950 thar-fnfüt S¡gnal l80fq)

190 20094 t950UP25/rS 120 60 î-9 43/t 1120./) 3 l/6.2) 8000 1950 thu-Tnffh Stgnal lB0tH)

¡

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PAß20, PAß30 Bulb Shapes

Wattage Bange: 50 - 75DIAI

s

fis. I ftg. z

lncandescent Lamps t/4

It )".ti:.

,|.:t:lt I ljt i !liiti¿: t t1 tit tt:t tf: t!iì t:

PAß20 Diameter 2 t/z " - Mediun

PAß30 Dianeter 3 3/¿ " - Mediun

trlickel Plated Brass Base'q t5 I

llickel Plated Brass Base,5 t5 2

50 22392 50PAß20/FUHAL 6PK t20 Jb Ct? 3 t/s 179) 2000 560 2800 1850 26 Halogen Fkod (56,80.88)

50 t/912 ,qPAqZ0/SP/HAI 6PK l2o 36 tc-ï 3 t/s l/s) 2000 560 28t0 6000 10 Halogm spn (56,80,08)

50 t/867 50PAß20/H/\VFL25" t20 CC-î 3 t/s l/9) 2000 560 2800 1850 26 Halogm llarow Fhod. lB0.B8)t5

50 t/888 5tPAn20/HItfL25" t30 Ctî 3t/s79) 2000 560 2800 1850 26 Halogenl\anwfkod.l90.B8)15

CC8 3 t/s (/g) 2000 560 2800 1850 26 Halogen Cnl Rean llunw fbod

l/8,8t,88)

5t t519705 50PAn20/CB/H/t'tfI25' 120

CC8 3 t/s(/g) 2000 560 2800 1850 26 Halogen Cool ßean ltarow Fbod

178.0t,88)

50 15t9/06 SUPAß20/C8/H/NFL25" 130

5t 17864 50PAq20/HI'!SP|0" 120 l5 tt8 3 t/a (/9) 2000 56t 280t 800t l0 Halogen llunwsplL (56,8t 88)

50 17808 50PAn20/Hl,lSPl0" 130 CC-B 3t/s79) 2000 560 2800 6000 10 Halogenitarnwsp1t 156,80,88)I5

t/8/3 50PAß30/H/q135" r20 I5 CC-? 3b/0192.1) 2000 6/0 2800 1600 36 Halogen Fhod.156,80,88)50

50 l/874 50PAffi0/H/ft35" 130 l5 Ct9 35/0192.1) 2000 870 2800 1600 36 Halognfkod.l56.80.88)

50 t/8/1 50PAß30/H/¡IFU5" 120 15 tC8 3Ta192.1) 2000 6/0 2800 2/00 24 Halognllurowfhod.l56,B0,88)

50 t/872 50PAffi0/H/ilfU5" 130 15 tC8 3Val92.l) 20t0 670 2000 2/00 24 Halosenl'lurowfkod.(56,8t88)

CC8 35/a(92.1) 2000 6/0 2800 2/t0 24 Halogen Cnl Sean llanw Fkod

(56./8,80.88)

50 15t9/09 50PAffi0/CB/H4VFL25' 120

CtB 35/a(s2.1) 2000 6/0 2800 2/00 24 Hahgen Cool Rean I'larow Fbod

156./8,80.88)

50 t5tsTtt 50PAm0/c8/H/t/Fu5" 130

17869 ãqPAffiq/Hl(SPtf t20 t5 CC-ï 3Va (92.1) 2000 6/t 2800 10500 I I Halosen llønwsplt. (56,80.8t)50

50 t7870 50PAn30/H/tVSPll" 130 I5 tC-î 35/a 192.1) 2000 610 2800 10500 I 1 Halogen llønw Splt 156.80,88)

50 19900 50PAB30/Hln/f135" 120 t5 tC-B 3Tal92.l) 3000 lttt 285t 240t 33 HalogerlflFlnd.(56.80,88)

50 t9903 50PAß30/Htn/fß5" t30 t5 CC-9 3la(92.1) 3000 1000 2850 2400 33 Halogenlflfkod.(56.8û,88)

50 19901 50PAß30/Hlfl/Nfl25" 120 15 CC8 35/slg2.1) 3000 1000 2850 4t00 23 Halogen-lfrllunwflmdl56,B0,B8)

50 21533 50PAß30/HßI,IíU5" 130 CC8 3Vt(92.1) 3000 1000 2850 4000 23 HalosenlßNunwFkod(5t,80,88)15

5t 19902 ,]PAß1q/HtßItSPr U0 l5 tC8 3s/el92.l) 3000 1000 2850 19500 / Halogen-lflNunwsp0Ll56,80.88)

50 21534 ãqPAÆq/illn4tlsPr ß0 Ct8 3Ta(92.1) 3000 1000 2850 19500 7 HalogerlßNurowsp0r.l56,80,89)t5

/5 18059 /5PAß30/H/F135" 120 l5 Ct8 3 Va 192.1) 200t I 100 2850 2500 36 Haksen fkoL (56,80,88)

75 18060 /5PAn30/H/f135" l3t t5 Ctg 35/a (92.11 2000 I 100 2850 2500 36 Hakgen fhod. 156,B0,BB)

/5 1805/ 75PAn30/H/ilf125" t20 t5 tC-î ?Va (92.1) 2000 1 100 2850 3500 2/ Halosm I'funw Fl00d 156,80.88)

/5 t8058 75PAn30/H/t'tFL25" 130 l5 tC-î 3Val92.l) 2000 1100 2850 3500 27 Halogm llunwfkodl56,8Q88)

tC8 35/al92.t) 2000 1100 285t 350t 27 Habgen tool Eean llarow flood.

156,78,80,88)

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75 18056 l5PAfr30/HI,tSPll" 130 15 CC8 3Ta(92.1) 2000 l10t 2850 15000 1l HalosenMunwspzt (56,tt,881

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CCô 23/t169.9) 1500 Ptoi,e cÍo Ffn ¡ n Wil n ¡ n g.88 3981/ 88P4ffi6/fl /5 t2

Ctô 2Va(69.9) 500 PA fr -ln in rlta n in g -n o u 0 h S e ru it e75 33869 75PAß36/ßS /5 t2

C-6 23/t(69.9) 2000 330 240 55 VeryWdefbod fìlanentShield50 16542 50PAß36VWFL 12 t2

12 C-6 23/t169.9) 4000 300 /20 3/x2/ lili4e flood. filanmt Shield50 11468 50PAffi6WfU4 t2

12 12 Cô 2Y4165.9) 2000 330 900 39t2/ l¡t/i4e flood. filanent Shield50 16541 5OPAffi6WfT

50 16540 50PAfl36t'tSP t2 12 C-6 23/tl69.S) 2000 330 I 1000 l0 llarrow Spot. fiknent Shield

50 12892 50PAfr36t/ilSP 1212 C8 2It(69.9) 2000 330 19000 6 Veryl'lanwSpot. F¡knenrshieU

50 19000 50PAffi0/H/WfL3t" t2 t2 tô 2It (69.5) 4000 400 3050 1300 30 Habgen Wide Flud

50 ls0/0 50PAffi6/H/v¡tsP5" t2 12 t-6 2It 169.9) 4000 400 3050 40000 5 Hatogm Very tVørowspot

50 15879 50PAß38/H/il5P0" t2 12 M 2It (69.5) 4000 400 3050 I 1000 I Haksen Narow Spot

35 1907/ 35PAB36/H/WqL30' t2 t2 t6 2Iq 169.9) 4000 250 3000 900 30 Halosm Mde Fhod

35 198/3 35PAq36/H/VNSP5" t2 12 C-6 2It (69.9) 4000 250 3000 25000 5 llalogm Very llurow Spot

198/6 35P4ffi6/HltSP8" t2 t2 t6 2y4 169.5) 4000 250 3000 8000 I Halosm Nørow Spu

25 14556 25PAß36/VWqL 12t2 C-6 23/t 169.9) 2000 150 160 55 l/ety lilide Fbod. Fknmt Shisld

14555 25PAB36/WFL 12l2 c-6 23h (69.9) 2000 150 360 25x3/ Mde fkod4iknent Shigld

25 t4554 25PAR36/ilSP t2 t2 t4 2Y4(69.9) 2t0t 150 260t I NunwSpot-filanmtShieh

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45 î8229 4'PAn/H/SPlf CC-î 55h611349) 2000 540 2800 8800 11 HabgenSp0il¡ghtl56,B|,96)130 t2

CC.B 55/n(134.9) 2000 540 2800 8800 l1 HabgenSpultght(56,88,96)45 t/4/0 4,PAq/SP/HA| 6PK 120 6

Ct 8 5 Vn ( 134.5) 2000 540 2800 1 /00 32 Habsen Fkodltght (56,88,98)45 t6230 45PAß/H/'130' 120 l2

45 1623t 45PAn/H/f130" 130 Ct8 5 Vrc /134.9) 2000 540 2800 I /00 32 Halogen FkodlEht 156,88,96)12

45 17471 4,PAß/FUHAI 6PK I2O tt-î 55/tt 1134.9) 2000 540 2800 l/00 32 Halogn Fhodlþht 156,88,96)6

45 16232 4'PAfr/HIlSPg" CCï 55/ttll34.9) 2000 540 2800 11500 I Halogmllurowsp0iltghtlS6.BB,96)120 t2

45 16236 45PAß/H/il5P9" Ctî SVto (134.9) 2000 540 2800 I 1500 I Halogen I'lunwsp1tlshr (56,88,96)t30 12

55 t3299 55P4fr/fl CC-6 îTn (134.9) 3000 560 2650 1200 37 PAB-Hþ| Pelunmæ120 t2

60 t8626 toPAß/Hln/Fn0" 120 12 CCî 5Tn(134.9) 3000 ll50 28/5 3650 29 Haksenfl00d(56,88,96)

60 18628 6tPAn/Htn/f130' 130 12 tC-? 55/n1134.9) 3000 1150 28/5 3650 29 HalogenFloodlS6,Bî,96)

t260 1862/ 60PAn/Hln/5P10" 120 Ct? 5Vn1134.9) 3000 1150 28/5 18500 10 HalosenSpnl56,88,96)

t260 18629 60PAfrllln/SPl0" 130 ttï 5Vrc1134.9) 3000 1t50 28/5 18500 10 flalosnSpul56,8B,96)

l260 2094/ 60PAß/HIß/ryvf155" t20 tC-î 55/rc1134.9) 3000 1150 2815 1250 53 HalogmWidefhodl56,88,96)

1260 20948 60PAn/HIß/',vvfI55" 130 CC-B 55/nll34.9l 3000 1150 28/5 1250 53 HalognWidefkodl56,88,96)

65 t2802 /5PAq/FU65WM 120 12 CC-6 55/to(134.9) 2000 6/5 26/5 1150 30 Waft-LlßeP-flnd156,96)

65 t280/ /5PAß/qU65WM 6PK t20 CC-6 55/n(134.5) 2000 6/5 26/5 I/50 30 MßeP-PAflflood(56,96)6

65 I2OO5 /'PAß/qUâ,WM 130 t2 CCô 5Vn(134.9) 2000 675 26/5 l/50 30 Watt\liseP-Floodl56,96)

65 12800 /5PAß/SP/65WÅ,î t20 12 Ct$ 5Vß1134.9) 2t00 6/5 2675 5900 14 WatMßeP-5p0t156,96)

65 12806 /5PAß/SP/65WM 6PK 120 CCô 55/nlt34.S) 2000 6/5 26/5 5900 14 ll4iseP-PAnSpot(56.96)6

65 12801 /5P4fl/SP/65WM 130 t2 CCô sVta(134.9) 2t00 615 26/5 5900 14 WaftllßeP-Spil(56,96)

75 2138/ /5P4fr/HltfL25" t20 t2 tC-î 55/rc1134.9) 2500 10/0 2850 4000 26 HahgenMunwFl00d(46,56,88.96)

21389 75PAn/H/ilFr25" 130 12 CC-B 5Tn(13a.9) 2500 l0/0 2850 4000 26 Haksenilu¡owfh0d(46,56,88,96)

/5 21388 /5PAß//H4|SP8" 120 12 CC'? STto(134.9) 2500 I0/0 2850 18400 I Halognllanwsp0t(46,56,88,96)

75 2t390 /5PAn//HltSP8" 130 t2 tC-? 55/tt(134.9) 2500 10/0 2850 18400 I HalogmllanwSpot(46,56.88,96)

/5 16137 /'PAq/FL 6PK CC-6 5 Vn (134.s) 200t t65 2/t0 1750 33 PAn-fkod (56,96)120 6

CC-6 55/ttll34.9) 2000 /65 2100 1750 33 PAfl-Floodl56,96)/5 t6/63 /'P4fr/FI t30 t2

tC-6 55/n1t34.9) 2000 765 2t00 A00 17 PAß-5p0t156,96)75 16138 I'PAB/SP 6PK 120 6

tC6 5Vttll34.9) 2000 /65 2l0t 1750 33 PAfl-tool9eanfhodlTS)75 il685 75P4ffi8/2fL t20 t2

Ct6 5Vt01134.9) 2000 /65 2700 l/50 33 PAfllml9eanFkod.(l8)75 34531 /5PAß38/2FL t30 t2

/5 l/66/ /,PAn/fL 30 12 C-6 55/tt (134.9) l0t0 975 1800 60 PAfr-ftatn. Flood

/5 1/870 tSPAß/fL Jb 12 C-6 5þ/tt(134.9) 1000 9/5 1800 60 PAfl-fkod. fishing 1nt

t285 t3202 100P4fr/FU85WM 120 CCô 55/n(134.9) 2000 930 2/00 2000 37 Wattll4ßeP Pnjeüufl11d

6B5 13312 |qqPAq/FUq'WM 6PK 120 tCô 55/n(134.5) 2000 930 2/00 2000 37 ll1iseP PAnfhodl14,56,96)

t285 1320t tqqPAß/sP/BíwAt 120 Ct6 55/n1134.9) 2000 930 2/00 6800 15 Watt-Mkel'Pnþtt1rsp1t

685 13313 100P4ß/SP/85W1/î 6PK 120 tC-6 55/n1134.9) 2000 930 2/00 6800 l5 MßeP PAßSpotll4,56,S6)

CC6 5Vta1134.9) 2tt0 930 2/00 6800 15 WatMiseP PrqunrSpuB5 t3943 t00PAn/SP/85W,'t l3t l2

6 CC-6 5Vrc1134.9) 2000 MßeP PAfl-SilicmeAnbe¡85 13463 |00PAß/A/B5WA,| 6PK t20

6 CC6 55/tt (134.9) 20t0B5 13465 lt0PAß/8/85WM 6PK 120 ll¡liseP PAß,Silimne Rlue

6 CC-6 55/ß (134.9) 200085 t3474 100PAfr/G/85WM 6PK 120 MkeP PAfr-Silicone Green

6 CC-6 îTn (134.9) 200085 134/1 |00PAß/PK/85WA,| 6PK 120 I4keP PAß-Silimne Pink

6 tt 6 55/n 1134.9) 200085 13472 t00PAn/n/85Mt 6PK 120 llliseP PAfl-Silime Bed

CC6 55/n1134.9) 200085 13473 tqtPAn/v/B,Mí 6PK 120 6 MßeP PAfl-Silimne

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150 19469 150PAn/fW 120 t2 ttô 55/n (134.9) 2000 fbod 0ichro {ellow

150 19468 t,qPAfr/fun 120 12 tt6 55/n ll34.s) 2000 flood. 1ithro fled

150 19467 t,nPAß/fUC t2t 12 tC-6 55/n(t34.9) 2000 fbod. Dithro trcn

t50 19465 150PAfr/fU8 120 t2 tC-6 55/rc(134.9) 2000 fbod. 1hhro Elue

t50 19464 150PAß/qUA t20 12 tt6 55/nlt34.S) 20t0 flood. Dithro Anber

t50 19481 150PAfl38/2SP 120 t2 tC-6 5Vrc(134.9) 2000 l/40 2/75 12000 16 Cool1earspotl/8)

t50 17125 t50PAn38/2WfL 130 t2 tC6 5yßll34.g) 2000 1740 2775 ll50 54 Coot1n¡n-MdeFtndlT|)

t50 34532 t50PAffi8/2fL 130 t2 CCô 55/tt/134.9) 2000 1740 2n5 3n0 36 Cool1ean-fkodl/8)

t50 t94tJ t50PAffi8/2ft 120 t2 CCô 55/to(134.9) 2000 1740 2//5 3100 36 Cnl1nn-Fhod(/B)

150 342t5 tñqPAn/Wfr 130 I2 CCô 5Tnlt349) 2000 1/4u 2775 t750 54 vltidefbod(14,56,96)

t50 34214 l'qPAß/l/t/fL 120 t2 Ctô 55/t01134.9) 2000 1740 27/5 l/50 54 tttidefbod(14,56.96)

15t 39185 t'1PAfr/SP 130 12 CC-6 SVto(134.9) 2000 1740 27/5 12000 16 Sp0tlt4,56,g8)

150 t5609 |50PAß/SP 6PK 120 6 tt6 5yß (134.9) 2t0t 1740 2775 12000 16 PAfr-Spnt 114,56,96)

150 39184 t,1PAfl/SP 120 12 Ctô 55/to(134.9) 2000 I74t 2//5 12000 16 5p0t114,56.96)

150 39183 t,qPAß/fL 130 t2 Ct6 55/n(134.5) 2000 l/40 2//5 3100 36 PAfr-Fkod(14,56,96)

150 15608 l,1PAß/fr 6PK t2t 6 tCô 55/n(ßa.Ø 2000 t/40 27/5 3100 36 PAfllkod(14,56,96)

150 39182 t,qPAB/fL t20 t2 tC-6 55/n(134.9) 2000 Iln 2715 3lt0 36 rb0d114,58.96)

120 12476 tnqPAn/SP/t2qwir t30 12 tC-6 55/n1134.9) 2t00 l3/0 2/25 9200 lB Waft.MkeP-5p0r114,56.96)

t20 12362 tñtPAfl/SP/tzqWM 6PK t20 6 tC-6 5yß1134.9) 2000 l3/0 2725 9200 l8 MiseP-5pu114,56,96)

t20 l2llt 150PAB/SP/t20Wit 120 t2 CC-6 55/rc1134.9) 2000 1370 2725 9200 l8 WattlrlkeP-Sp0t(14,56.96)

120 t24/5 |nqPAß/FU|2qWM 130 t2 CCô 55/to(134.9) 2000 l3/0 2/25 3600 30 WanlilkeP-flood(14,56,96)

t20 12380 l,qPAn/fL/t2qWM 6PK 120 6 CC6 slto(134.9) 2000 l3/0 2725 3600 30 lt4ßeP-fkodll4,56,96)

t2t l2l/5 rfi0PAß/FUl2îM'l 120 t2 CCô 55/toll34.9) 2000 1370 2/25 3600 30 WanltliseP-Fkod(14,56.96J

100 t8824 tqqPAffia2Fr 12 l2 C4 55/to/134.9) 1000 1400 2200 60 PAß-fbod 114,56,96)

100 18638 100PAq/Hß/SP|0" 130 t2 CC8 51nfi34.9) 3000 2000 2525 30t00 10 Halosm-.Spot

100 18835 I00PAq/HIß/5P10" 120 12 CC8 55/ttll34.9) 3000 2000 2925 30000 10 Hakgen-Spot

100 18833 100P4fl/Htn/f135" t3t 12 Ct? SVto(134.9) 3000 2000 2925 55t0 33 Hahgen-fbod

100 l8î3l t00PAn/Htß/F135" t20 t2 tt 8 5 5/n 1134.9) 30t0 2000 2925 5500 33 Hakgen-flood

90 16583 90PAß/H/1VSP8. I3t 12 CtB STto(134.9) 2000 l2/0 2925 23000 I llaksenVarowspot

90 t6582 q0PAq/H/NSP8" t2t t2 tt8 55/to(134.5) 20t0 l2/0 2525 230t0 I Habgenllaïlwspnt

90 t7697 90PAß/CE/H/5P10" r30 t2 Ct-î 5Vn(134.9) 2000 l2/0 2925 18500 l0 Habsent00l9eanSpot.(78)

9t l/693 g0PAn/m/H/SPt0" 120 t2 tC-ï 55/t01134.91 2000 1270 2925 18500 l0 HabgenCool9eanspul8)

90 1/450 9qPAß/SP/HAL 0PK 120 6 CC-q 5 Vn (134.9) 2000 l2/0 2925 18500 I0 Habgen Spot (14,56,85.56)

90 13309 90PAq/H/SP|0" 130 l2 tC-| 55/n 11349) 2t0t 12/0 2925 18500 10 Halosen Spu 114,56,88,96)

90 13309 S0PAq/H/SP|0" 120 t2 CC-î 5Vn(134.9) 2000 1270 2925 18500 l0 HalogenSpotll4,56,80.96)

90 17692 90PAn/C8/H/f130" 130 t2 CC-B 5Vn1134.9) 2t00 1270 2925 4U00 30 Halngen1lnl9eanfllld (78)

90 17691 90PAfr/CB/H/f130" 120 l2 tC-î 55/n (134.5) 2000 12/0 2925 4t00 30 Hakgen Coot Bnn fbodll8)

90 l/451 q0PAn/fuHAL 6PK 120 6 CC-B 55/rc 1134.9) 2000 12/0 2925 4U00 30 Halogen Fkod

g0 13308 90PAn/H/f130" 130 t2 CC-î 5Vrc1134.9) 20t0 l2/0 2925 4000 30 Haksen Flmd

90 1330/ 90PAfr/H/F130" 120 l2 C-8 55/ttll3a.Ø 2000 1270 2925 40t0 30 Halogenftood

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ôÐ 12847 /5P48/3SP/65MI t20 12 tC-6 a5hall09.5) 2000 6/5 2615 5900 14 Waü.lllßeP-tlnpactsplt

/5 t/682 Z5PAnßfwt'tt 12t 12 tî-6 45/rc (109.5) 2000 /65 2725 1/50 33 Mine rtnd (56,58.96)

/5 t7664 /,PA?ßSP/MIw| t20 12 CC-6 4s/n 1109.5) 2000 /65 2/25 ll¡ne Spot (56,58,56)

t00 18822 l00PAß38/fr l2 12 C-6 4Tttll09.5) 1000 1400 2725 2200 60 PAfl-MinefloodlSS)

120 128t0 tãqPAnßSPl2qWM 120 t2 CC-6 45/to 1109.5) 2000 1370 2725 9200 IB Watl4iseP-Splt (56,58.96)

t20 12812 t,qPAnßSP/l2qWM 130 l2 CC.6 4Vn (109.5) 2000 l3/0 2/25 9200 lt lilattMiseP-Spot (56.5t,96)

t20 12000 taoPAnßn/t20wv 120 t2 CC-6 4Vt01109.5) 20t0 1370 2725 38t0 30 WattMiseP-fkodl56,5ï,96)

120 '12005 lfiqPAnßfut2qMit 130 t2 CCô 45/to(109.5) 2000 1370 2125 3600 30 lhttMßeP-flmlþ6.58.96)

15t 19503 t,1PAn/1FW¡Vf 120 l2 CC-6 4Vn (105.5) 2000 1/40 2//5 3100 36 Mine-Fkod (56.68,96)

150 t9505 t,qPAE/1FWlil[ 130 I2 Ct 6 45/n (109.5) 2000 l/40 2/75 3100 36 Mine-fkod (56,68,96)

15t 1948/ |ãqP4flßSP/MlV[ 120 I2 Ct6 45/n(105.5) 2000 1740 2775 12000 16 MinrSpu(56.58.96)

150 19489 |,qP4ß/SSPItllllt t30 I2 Ct6 4Vn(105.5) 2000 1/40 2//5 12000 16 lyl¡ne-Spot(56.58,96)

150 44933 |'qPAß/1WI/fL 125 12 HJ 45/n llt9.5) 200t 2/t5 l,lin*Very Wtde Fhod (lu

150 t949/ 150PAn/4 125 t2 C-13 4Vrcll1g.5) 2000 27/5 M¡ne-Spot ( I 8,56,96)

t50 43684 150PAm8/Fr t2 12 C'6 4Vrc1109.5) 1000 ltlinrFbod (56,58,96)

t50 19410 150PAß38 32 t2 CC-? 45/to 1109.5) 1000 A4¡nrspot (56,58,96)

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150 t95t/ t50P4fl46 125 I2 C-13 33/t195.3) t000 M ine loconotive Hndlþ ht

100 3U65 t00PAß46 60 l2 CC"2V 33/t195.3) gtÌ Mine lonnotive Headliqht 171)

75 l/654 75PAn46 4B I2 CC-21/ 3r/t195.3) 800 PAfl-Mine lomnuive (/l)

80 t/2t2 6tPAn/2/n 38 I2 CC-2V 3Y4155.3) 800 ßed Len-lnin lUaning l/l)

60 1/20/ 60PAn 38 l2 CC-2V 3 3/t 195.3) 800 Mine lonnuive Hndlight I I)

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200 20138 200P4ß46/3MFL 120 l2 CC-13 4U01.6) 20t0 22/0 2750 1150t 2nß Mediunfbod(4,11,36,56,58,96)

200 20il/ 200P4n46/3il5P 130 I2 CC-13 4(101.6) 2000 22/0 2/50 31000 I2tB llatowSpotl4,l1,36.56,58,96)

200 20115 200PAn46/3t'tSP 120 12 tC-13 4110l.6) 2000 22/0 2/50 31000 12x8 tlarowSpot(4,11.36.56,58,96)

150 4t968 t50PAß48/3MfL 125 t2 CC-13 4110l.6) 20t0 1500 2/50 8000 26x13 Mediunfbod(4,11,56,58,96)

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(4,t 1,56,59)

300 12t t239403 300PAß50/2WFL

t20 t9023 |2qPAq,qVNSP t2 t2 Cô 4 tþ (l 14.3) 2000 1050 2/50 60000 Bxî Very ilarnw Spnt (l 1,56.59)

t20 19024 l2tPAn56MFL 12 t2 Cô 4 Iþ (l 14.3) 2000 1050 2/50 l9tt0 l8x9 Mediun fkod l1 1,56.59)

t20 19025 |20PAq56WFL 12 l2 c-6 4tþ(il43) 2t00 1050 2/50 5625 35xt8 Mdeflndlt1,56.59)

200 20t22 200P4ß 3t t2 cc? 4tþ(1t4.3) 500 2/0t00 9t9 Llnnlt¡ve Headlìght 12)

240 205/5 240P4ß56/'lIlSP t2 t2 C"6 4 tþ (1 14.3) 2000 25/0 2800 140000 9t6 yery llarnw Splt l4,l 1,56.59)

240 205/6 240P4n56/htfr l2 t2 t6 4tþ(l14.3) 2000 2570 2800 46000 l9t8 Alediunfloodl4.l1.56.59)

240 2057/ 240PAn56/Vvfr t2 12 C-6 4t/zlll4.3) 2000 25/0 2800 1300t 35t18 Mdeflood(4,11,56,69)

300 2342/ 300P4n56/Vvn t2 12 t8 4t/zlll4.3) l0t0 6000 PAfl-Wi1e Fkod. Swinning 14)

350 19866 350P4q56/SP /b î2 cc8 4tþ(fi4.3) 500 1¡tch LtghFLoco notive 14, 59)

200 49889 200P4n56/túfL t20 t2 ct 13 5 (12/) 2000 2/50 15000 22x13 Mediunfloodl4.ll,56,59)

300 20803 300PAq56I|SP t2t t2 Ct13 5112/) 2t00 3840 2/5t 68000 l0x8 I'lunwSpot(4,11,56,59)

300 20836 300P4n56/MfI 120 12 ît 13 5 ll2/) 2000 3840 2750 24000 23tl I A'tediun Fbod l4.l 1,56,59)

300 20838 300P4fl56/MFI 12t3t CC-13 5 lf2l 2000 3840 2750 2400t 23tl I lr'fed¡un Fkzd 14,1 1,56,59)

300 20849 300P4n56/'ltt/fl t2 CC13 5 ll24 2000 3840 2750 I t000 ShlB Wide fkod (4.1 1,56,59)120

300 2005t 30tPAn56/WfI 130 l2 cc-13 5 lr27) 2000 3840 2/50 11000 3/xl8 liltdefbodl4.1l,56,59)

500 354t6 500P4ß64ltSP t20 l2 tC-13 6(152.4) 2000 6500 2800 ll0t00 l2x/ llarowSpu(4,11,56,59)

500 39409 500P4q64/MFL t20 t2 tî-13 61152.4) 2000 6500 280t 37000 23xll ll,ledìunFb0d14,11,56,59)

500 394t0 500PAn84ltfI 130 12 Ct 13 6 (152.4) 2000 6500 2800 3/000 23tl I Llediun fbod l4.l 1,56,59)

500 39412 500P4n64/vvfl 120 12 ît 13 6 (152.4) 2000 6500 2800 1300t 42t20 þltide ftood (4.t 1,56,59)

500 394t3 500P4n64/vvFr 130 t2 CC-13 6 1t52.4) 2000 6500 2800 13000 42t20 Wide fkod (4,1 1,56,59)

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Wattage Bange: 100 - 300 (lncludes î-Way Lanps)l)li

è

F¡s. 2

t2/ lncandescent Lamps

300 209t/ 300M/tf 130 60 tC-î 6t,/toll/6.2) 53/toll31.8) /50 6380 lnside frost

300 41058 300M/tf 12PK 120 60 tC-î 6tTtt(1/6.21 5In1131.81 /50 8360 lnside frost

300 2t915 300Mlf 120 60 tCï 6tYß ll/6.2) S1/n (t7t.B) 750 6360 lnside fron

300 20863 300M t30 60 CC-B 8t,/rc ll/6.2) 53/to 1131.8) /50 6360 Clea

300 20861 300M 120 60 tC? 6t5/n(l/6.2) 5Irc(131.8) /50 6360 Clear

t50 19/44 l50Ps25lf 250 60 tlA 6tVnll/6.2) 53/n(l7l.t) 100t lnside fÍost 153)

l5t t9599 t'q/SBtF t30 60 C'9 6tVrcll/6.2) 53/toll3l.8) 1000 23/0 l.f.-Silvu Eowl 128)

t50 19597 t6t/S9tf t20 60 t g 6t,/to (116.2) 5r/rc ll3l.8) 1000 2370 l.f.-Silvu Eowl 128)

t50 195t4 150/0 t20 60 tg 6tVtall/6.2) 51/tt(131.8) 1000 Lf.-qaylþht

t5t 19606 I50PS25/r t20 60 C-9 6 ß/nll/6.2) 53/rc1131.8) 1000 1560 Yelhw Suglite

t5t 19651 150/CU\/S 130 60 tg 6t'/rc1176.2) 51/rc(131.8) 1000 C I ea r-Vi b ra t i o n Se ru ire

t5t 33465 150//3 24PK t3t /2 C-9 6tVn(l/6.2) 53/n1131.8) 10t0 2400 Lf.-l/ibntionSe¡vice

150 33463 150/VS 24PK t20 /2 C-g 6 ß/n1176.2) 53/nl13l.B) 1000 2400 l.E-Vihra¡innSeruire

150 19631 t,t/CUßS t30 60 c-|7 6ts/n(176.2) 53/tol13t.8) t000 Clear-flough Senice (95)

150 19629 150/CUßS 120 60 C-l/ StVn(176.4 íIn(131.8) t000 Clear-ßngh Seruice (95)

150 t4/16 |,q/BS/CVG 120 80 C-l/ 6 6/n (1/8.2) 1000 2120 Inside f ræ t-C?V-fl-G UAß?IM fl ough

Seu¡ce ß3,95) (RB)ä TeÍlon@4l toatud

150 15818 150/ß5 130 60 C-|7 6ls/n11/6.2) 5%t1131.8) 1000 216t l.f.-flough Seil¡ce 195)

150 19616 150/ß5 120 60 C-l/ 6tVn (1/6.2) 5In (131.8) 1000 2160 lE-ßough Seruiæ (95J

150 t9668 150/99/CL 130 60 C'9 6 ß/tt 11/6.2) 53/to (131.8) 2500 2300 Clear-fxtended Sefr¡æ (88)23

150 19658 150/99 130 60 C-9 6tTn (1/6.2) 53/n (131.81 250t 230t l.F.-fnended Seuiæ IBB)23

150 19656 150/59 120 60 C-9 6 tshe ll 76.2) 5 3/tt 1131.8) 2500 2300 LF.-tnended Seruiæ l88f]

150 t9563 t50/tL 130 60 C-9 6tVto(1/6.2) 53/ttll3l.8) 750 268t Cka

150 t9561 150/CL 120 60 C-9 6t,/to/l/6.2) 53/ttll3l.B) /50 2680 Clea

150 t4635 150P525/Ct/0 120 60 tg 6tVrc(l/6.2) 1000 2630 ksidefrßt10v-fr&lAß0w(83.55)188f3

TeÍlon@47 toated

r50 19530 15t/tf 130 60 tg 6t,/n1il6.2) 53/nltJt.8) 750 2680 kside fnst

t50 19528 l50lf 120 80 tg 6tVrc(l/6.2) íi/nlt?l.B) /50 2680 lnside Fnst

PS25 Dianeter 3 r/a " (79 nn)- Mediun (826,/24) Base FE. I

PS25 Dianeter 3 t/a " - ?-Contact Base

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18780 100ßt0/2 120 8t CC.6

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6 tt/ß(t6s.g) 4t/n(112./) 1500

1200

1200

1320

3300

4620

Soft White-3'Way. ( l, 25, 46)

lleck oÍ buk na¡ed nd

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100200-300 4t459 100/300 6PK 120 30 CC.6

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6 tt/ß (169.9) 4t/n (il2.t) 1500

t200

1200

l32t SoltùVhite-3-Way(1,25,46)

3300

4620

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Wattages: 150,200,300

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PS30 Diameter 3 3/t " - Mediun

PS30 Dianeter 3 3h "

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tleú 143.53) IRB)23

t50 100019/56 150P530 230.250 60 C-9 8t/n1204.8) 6 1152.4)

200 20170 200 120 60 tg 8tha1204.8) 6 1152.4) /50 3710 Clear

200 20t/t 200 t25 60 tg 8t/tt1204.8) 6 1152.41 /50 3/10 Cht

200 20172 200 t30 60 C-9 8t/t01204.8) 6 U52.4) /50 3/10 tleu

lnside frost-t0V-fr-G1Aß0ttl83,95) IRB)23

leÍlon@at toated

120 60200 t000 348014836 200P530/tV0 C-9 Stho 1204.8)

2tt 2t250 200/tf 120 60 C'9 Br/n(204.8) 6 (152.4) 750 3/10 kside frost

200 20252 200/tf 130 80 C-9 8t/n?048) 6 (152.4) 3110 lnside Frost750

200 20341 200/99 120 60 C-9 8t/n(204.8) 6 1t52.4) 250t 3260 tha-fnnded Seuice l19)n

200 20343 200ß9 130 60 ts 8r/n(204.8) 6 (t52.4) 2500 3260 tlea-txtended Seruice (RB)23

200 20352 200/99tf 120 60 C-9 8t/tt1204.8) 6 (152.4) 250t L f .- frtended Seruiæ ( 88)23

200 20354 200/99tF 130 60 C-S Bt/n(204.8) 6 (152.4) 2500 l. f .-t rnnded Senice ( RR)23

200 33466 200PS3t/23 24PK 120 24 C-9 8t/n(204.8) 6 (152.4) 1000 3400 l.F.-frough Sefl¡ce (95)

200 33468 200P530/23 24PK 130 24 C-9 8th01204.8) 6 1152.4) 1000 3400 LF.-ßough Seuiæ 195)

lnside Fn*10V"fl-GllAfl0r$ flough

Senice (83,95) l88fr Tefkn@at Coaed

200 120 60 1000 33301463/ 200P$0/ns/cvÇ t'9 Bt/n 1204.8)

200 20401 20tPS30/24 120 60 t-g 8t/ta1204.8) 6 1152.4) 1000 3400 Clear-ßough Senice 195)

200 20403 200P530/24 t30 60 tg 8t/t0?04.8) 6 (152.4) t000 3400 Char-ßoughSeruhe(95)

200 203t6 200/sBtF t20 60 C-g Bthtl204.8l 6 1t52.4) 1000 3320 l.E-Silvaed Eowl (28)

200 2o3tB 200/s8tF t30 60 C-9 8t/n(204.8) 6 (152.4) t0t0 3320 l.f.-Silvued Eowl 128)

200 20192 200 250 60 tg 8the?04.8) 6 (152.4) t000 2980 Cleal

200 20283 2001f 250 80 C-9 Btr6?04.8l 6 (152.4) 1000 2980 lnside Frost

200 20201 200 300 60 C-9 8t/n?04.8) 6 1t52.4) t0t0 tleu

200 20348 200/59 230 60 C-9 8t/to(204.8) 6 1t52.4) 2500 Char-tunnded Senice (43) l08f1

200 20349 200/S9lf 2.?0 60 C-9 8t/n(204.8) 6 (152.4) 25t0 Ln.-Enmded Senice 143) (8ß)23

2t0 20468 2t0PS30/nS 250 6t C-9 8t/to?048) 6 1152.4) t000 Chu-ßough Sew¡ce (43,95))

300 20085 300Íit/99 120 60 tg Bt/n(204.8) 6 (152.4) 2500 5190 thartxanded Seruiæ (88)23

2088/ 3t0lL4/Sg 130 60 ts 8t/ßp04.8) 6 (152.4) 2500 5lS0 tha-fnnded Senice (88)23300

300 20892 300tuîß9/tf 120 60 C-9 8t/n(204.8) 6 1152.4) 2500 5150 l.f.-trtended Senice (88fJ

300 20894 300M/99/tf 130 80 C-9 8thtl204.B) 6 (152.4) 2500 5190 l.F.-fnnded Senice (88fJ

20942 300lrl/P530/lF t20 60 tg 8t/tc(204.8) 6 (152.4) /50 6110 lnsile fiost300

30t 2t944 1qut/PsStlf t30 60 C-9 8tht1204.8) 6 1152.4) /50 6110 kside host

200 20424 200P530/12 I2t 60 C-9 8lhel2l4.3) 63/s(161.9) 750 Char

20t 20426 200P530/t2 t30 60 C-9 8|/tt/214.3) 63/ol/61.9) /50 tlear

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Wattages: 300,500, \ ,l)lf, ltl, ,,

r23 lncandescent Lamps

PS35 Dianeter 4 3/o " ît

PS40 Dianeter 5 " 7

Base

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I

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500 21581 500/tf t30 24 tC-î 93/a/238.1) /11/7.81 t000 10850 kside frnt 188)23

50t 215/9 500/tf t20 24 tC-î 93/s1238.1) /ll//.8) 1000 1t850 kside fßt (88fr

500 21532 500 t30 24 CC-B I 3/a I 238.1) 7 ll 77.8) t000 10850 Chul19fs

500 2153t 500 t20 24 tC-9 93/a ( 238.1) / (l//.8) It00 10850 Chu/BR)23

3tt 2t058 3t0 2// 24 t lA I 3/a ( 238.1) / lt //.8) 1000 thar l88f]

30t 21t39 300/S8tr t30 24 C-9 93/a I 238.1) 7 ll/7.8) 1000 5410 Lf.-Silvet BowI Rwn base up 146)

30t 2n37 30t/S8tF t2t 24 [9 93/a ( 238.1) / (l//.8) t00t 5410 Lf.-Silver Eowl flun base ap (46)

300 2lt1/ 3t0/ßs 130 24 C-9 s3/o(238.t) /ll/7.8) 1000 5340 thu-ßough Sew¡îe 195) IBB)23

30t 2fi15 300/nS t20 24 ts 93/a1238.t) /(t7/.8) 1000 5340 thu-ßough Seilice (95) IBR|J

30t 211// 30t/9Sf t3t 24 tg 93/a ( 238.1) / (1//.8) 2500 5190 l.f. fxtended Seruice (88)23

3t0 2il/5 300/g9tf 120 24 tg 93/a(238.1) /ll7/.8) 25t0 5190 Lf.-txtended Senice (RB)23

3tt 2il6/ 3tt/99 130 24 tg 93/a ( 238.U / (l//.8) 2500 5190 tleil txøndedsetuice

300 2il65 300/99 120 24 C-s 93/a(238.t) /(177.8) 2500 5190 tlear-fnendedSeniæ

300 2t0/9 3t0lf 130 24 C-9 93/a(238.1) /(1/7.8) t000 5820 lnside Frost

3tt 2107/ 3001F 120 24 tg 93/a(238.1) /(1/7.8) 1000 5820 kside Fræt

300 21025 300 130 24 Cs 93/a(238.1) /(1//.8) t000 5820 tlear

3t0 21023 300 120 24 C-9 93/a ( 238.1) 7 (177.8) It00 5820 Char

500 2t64t 500/99 23&250 24 C-/A 93/q?a/.4 /ll//.8) 2500 Cle a-Et t e n d ed S e n iæ (43 )

5t0 21560 5t0 2// 24 C-/A s3/¿ (247./) 7 ll77.B) 1000 Cka

500 2155/ 500 250 24 C-.A 93/qQ47.7) lll/7.8) 1000 9270 tleat

500 2t624 500/SRtf 130 24 C-9 93/t Qal.7) / (l//.8) 1000 9530 l.f.-Silvu Bowl. 8U (46)

500 21622 500/S0tr 120 24 c-s 9rh(24/.4 /(1//.8) 1000 9530 l.f.-Silvu 9owL 0U 146)

500 21661 500/fl5 130 24 C-9 ?Iq 124/./) 7 117/.8) 1000 thø-ßough Seurce

500 21659 500/nS 120 24 C-9 q1t (24t.4 / lt//.8) 1000 thar-ßough Seniæ

500 21651 500/99/tF 130 24 C-9 93/t124/./) / (1//.8) 2500 9070 l.f.-fnendedSeniæ

500 21649 500/99/tf 120 24 C'9 93/t 124/.7) 7 (17/.8) 25t0 90/0 l.f.-fnendedSeuice

500 21643 500/99 t30 24 C-9 q\t (247./) 7 (t//.8) 25t0 90/0 tlear-[xnndedSeniæ

500 21641 500/99 t20 24 C-9 93/tQ4/./) / (1//.8) 2500 90/0 tkar-[nndedSetvice

500 2168/ 500P540 t20 24 C-9 9It/2a7.7) 7117/.8) t000 99t0 Clear

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Wattage ßange: 750 - 1500

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750 22000 /50 130 t2 tC-î tJ (330.4 I t/2(241.3) 100t 11040 tlea¡ 14,92)

/50 22016 /50/tF 120 12 ccï t3(330.2) 91þ124t.3) t000 1/040 Lf. (4.92)

/50 22018 /50/tF 130 ctî 13(330.2) Itþ(241.31 1000 1/040 t.f. (4.92)t2

750 2206t /50/95 t3t t2 c./A t3 (330.2) I tþ (241.3) 2500 14200 Cha-fnnded Seniæ (4,92)

/50 22038 /50/S8tf t20 t2 c-/A 13 (330.2) I tþ Q41.3) 10t0 l. E-S ihaed Eowl 14, 1 9. 92)

750 22t08 750 250 12 1:7A tJ /330.2) I t/2 (241.3) 2000 tleu 14, I 9,92)

1000 22258 t000 120 t2 ttî 13 (330.2) I tþ 1241.3) 100t 23740 Chu14.92)

1000 22260 1000 130 t2 cc8 13 1330.2) S tþ (241.3) 1000 23740 Cku 14,92)

1000 223t0 100t/tF 120 12 tC-9 13 (330.2) s t/2 (241.3) 1000 23/40 t.F. (4.92)

t000 223t2 1000/tF 130 t2 cc8 131330.2) Stþ1241.3) 1000 23/40 r.E (4,52)

t000 22299 1000/95 120 l2 c-/A 13 (33t.21 I tþ p41.3) 250t 19800 thar-fnmded Seum 14.92)

1000 22301 tt00/99 130 t2 c-7A 13 1330.2) I 1þ 1241.3) 2500 19800 thu-tnmded Seruice (4,92)

1000 22348 ttqq/Sqtf 120 t2 C'/A 131330.21 St/r(241.3) Itqt 204t0 Lf.-Silvued9owl14.l9,92)

1000 22280 1000 250 12 t lA t3 1330.4 I 1þ 124t.3) 2000 17700 thr 14,92)

22284 t000 27/ 12 c-.A t3 1330.2) I 1þ 1241.3) 2000 that (492)

1500 22590 t500 t20 t2 t lA t3 (330.2) I 1þ 124t.3) 1000 34400 tleu (4,20,92)

150t 22552 1500 t3t t2 t lA 13 (330.2) I 1þ 124t.3) 34400 Ckar (4.20,92)1000

1500 2260t t500ß9 t30 l2 c./A 13 (330.4 I tþ 1241.3) 2500 Cleu-fnen ded Suviæ 14 20, 92)

125 lncandescent Lamps

ß72, ß14, ß20, ß25 Bulb Shapes

Wattage ßange: 15 - 75tÍril ¡DIA

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ß14 Diameter I I¿ " (45 nn)- Internediate I Rrasls Rase 2

ß20 lJiameter 2 r/z " (63 nn)- Medium (826,t24) Base J),rli,

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25 33405 25|14SC/SP 12 120 tC-9 2Va166.7) 2000 230 neÍhctot Spot, I¡ght Lf. (4)

15 33404 15ß145C/SP t2 120 CC8 2s/e(66.4 20t0 135 ßelhnuSpot,Lichtlnsidefrcil(4)

15 34555 t,ßt4SC/fL t2 120 ttg 25þ166 /) fleflectot Fhod-|.f.2000

25 18230 25n4¡t 130 120 Ct2y 2s/n/65.1) t200 180 nefkctut-I¡ghtks¡de Fnsr(4)

25 22254 25ß14il t2PK 120 120 CC'2V 2s/to(65.1) t500 180 ßeílenu Liøhtkside hostl4)

25 39156 25q14il 120 120 Ct2v 2In165.1) 1500 180 neÍbctlt-'I¡ghtkside fnsr(4)

50 23515 50n20/SW 120 24 tg 3ßhol100) 20t0 ßefleuor-Soft þIthite

50 41825 50ß2t/PL 6PK 120 24 tg 315/n (1oo) 2000 neÍlectû Plant light-Gt| I ShoM 14.56)

50 16698 50fr20/PK 120 C-9 3 6/n (100) 2000 ßelhctul¡nk60

50 22065 50820/SPK 6PK 120 24 î-9 3 6/to 1100) 20t0 nelhctil-Soft P¡nk

5t 16697 5tß20/8W 120 60 Cg 315/tc (100) 2000 fleÍleuu-Rlue ft/hite

50 16692 50820 130 60 C-9 3 ß/n (100) 2000 410 neÍkctot- Lighr l.f.

5t 496/9 50n20 6PK 120 60 C-9 3 6/n (100) 2000 410 Standanl Beflprtot

50 16693 5tfr20 120 8t C,g Jtt/n (ttt) 2000 410 fleÍlectot-L¡ghtl.f.

t9ltl CP: 530

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30 41930 30n20 6PK t20 60 C-9 3 ß/rt ll00) 2000 200 Standadfrelhna

30 15003 30ß2t t20 60 C.g Jtsho lt00) 2000 200 neflenoHight l.f.

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45 20330 45ß/fWIt 6PK t20 30 tC6 5yslt36.5) 2000 485 MìseP-fleflam flood

50 32118 50fl30/fl t20 24 tC6 53/a1136.5) 2000 525 nefhütrfbod l.F.

60 23558 60ß30/fWM 120 24 tC-6 53/a1136.5) 2000 //5 Krypm F¡lhd WattMßeP-ßeflettlr fl00d

60 23559 60ß30/SP/V\/A4 120 24 CC.6 53h(1J6.5) 20u0 //5 Ktyptln filed WattMßeP-nefhttlr Splt

65 15/09 /5ffi0/fu65Mvl 120 24 CC6 53/a 1136.5) 2000 //0 Waft-MkeP-nefþctotFkod

65 15/t1 75fl30/SP/65M1 120 24 CC-6 ïIa(136.5) 2000 170 WartM¡seP nelþctuspot

65 20331 65ß/FW-1 6PK 120 30 tC-6 53/a1136.5) 2000 77tl MiseP-ßeflenorflood

65 20332 65ß/SP/MH 6PK 120 30 tC6 51alt365) 2000 //t Á.|iseP-net'hctuspot

/5 38207 /5ß30/fL 120 24 Ct6 53/a1136.5) 2000 900 fleÍleuor Flood lnside fnst

/5 t6443 75ß30/fl-l 6PK 120 30 tC-6 53/a1136.5) 20u0 900 Standard Befleûor fbod

t5 38208 /5fr30/FL t30 24 CC6 53/81136.5) 2000 900 flelleüot Fkod

/5 14722 7'ffi2/fUCVG 120 24 tC-6 53/a1136.5) 2000 880 fl elleau flood. t1V-ß-1üAfl 0M ß3, 95)

l8B)23 Tefon@il Coated

/5 38209 l5ffiq/SP 120 24 CC-6 5Is1136.5) 2000 900 neíectot Spot, L¡ght l.f.

75 16M /5ffi0/SP-1 6PK 120 30 CC6 5Ia(t36.5) 2000 900 neflecror Spor, I¡ght l.E

/5 382t0 /5ß30/SP 1.?0 24 tC-6 5Ia(136.5) 2000 900 ßefknorSpu

/5 38211 /5fr30/A 120 24 CCô 5Ia(136.5) 200t ßefhuo14nber

/5 38212 /5fr30/8 120 24 CCô 53/a (136.5) 2000 Beflector-Rlae

/5 38213 /5ffi0/8w 120 24 Ct6 5r/a1136.5) 2000 flefkctot-BlueWh¡te

/5 38214 75n30/C 120 24 CC-6 53/a1136.5) 2000 fleflenu Grem

75 2206/ /5ß30/SPK 6PK t20 30 tC'6 53/a(136.5) 2000 ßeflenor-Soft Pink

/5 38215 líffi1/PK t2u 24 tC-6 5 r/a 1t36.5) 2000 frefhctot-Pink

75 23520 /5ß30/SW 120 30 cc-6 53h1t36.5) 20t0 fleÍleuot Solt White

75 38216 l5ffiq/fl 120 24 CC6 5Ia(136.5) 2000 ßP.fleclor-Red

/5 382t/ /5ffi0/v 120 24 tt6 5\elt365) 2000 flelleuorfellow

75 20996 /5fr30/Pl-l 6PK 120 30 CC-6 51a(t36.5) 2000 nelþrtu Splt+knt Gn ú ShrM (4,56) 8P3

100 2355/ 1t0ffi0/fl 6PK 120 30 CC-6 5Ia(136.5) 2000 1225 Belletlor Flood

100 39503 t00ffi0/tr 12 24 C-6 5 3/a ( 136 5) 2000 1200 ßeflenor-tlea. Swinni¡o Pool 14,46,53)

(88/3

110 18980 110w0/FUBS 120 24 t 17 53/a(136.5) 2000 flefleuor flood. LF. flmoh Seruice (9BfJ

/5 l//36 /'n/FL t20 24 CC-6 6Ttoll66.7) 2000 890 freflectot fbod-|.F. (4,35.56)

/5 18889 /'n/Fr t 6PK 120 30 CC6 6\rc1166./) 2000 890 Standild ßelectu fhld (4,35,561

/5 1//38 /'ß/FI 130 24 CC'6 6\ttl166.l 200t 890 flefleuot flood-|.f. (4.35,5t)

1t0 19/13 100fl/ft1 6PK 120 30 tC-6 6%t1166.7) 20t0 I 190 ßefleuor fkod. l.f. (4.35,56)

100 tBBTt tqqfr/fl 120 24 tt6 6s/n1166./) 2000 I 190 ßefleuor Flmd. Lf. (4,35.56)

100 188/3 100ß/fL 130 24 CC-6 6Itt(166./) 2000 1150 netuuotFkod.l.f.14,35,56)

100 t9/t5 100n/sP-t 6PK 120 30 Ct6 6In(166./) 2000 I 190 ßeflenor Spu light l.f. 14,35,56)

t0t t88/6 t00ß/sP 120 24 CCô 6Inll66./) 2000 1 190 neÍlecrqt Sp1t l¡ghr l.F. (4,35,56)

120 15048 150fr/fUt20WM 120 24 tt6 îe/n(166./) 2000 1600 Wa tt M ß e P -ßefleuu f kod l. F.

14,35,46,56)

Waï-lilßeP freíedu fkod l.E

/4,35.46,56)

t20 t5/46 150fl/FU120WM 130 24 CCô 6ytt 1166./) 2000 1600

0tA

840 Bulb Shape

Wattages: 120 - 300

è

f¡c. 1

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;ii.tiri,

1:l :

iì!!:r:t:t;j, !t:ii! t!;:).tt';

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ßeflemr fbod l.f. (8R)23

lqnql 5 (3 5. 36.46, 5 6. 73 )

6 3/a (1 71.5) 3/5020002412t300 21229 300n/frfi

CC.2V

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neÍhctot FloodJ.f. H1frlz

(4,35,46,56,/3)

6%a1166./) 3/5020t024130300 21215 300ß/fL

tt-2t/

lHtnE)

flelhnot Fhod-|. F. H0frlZ

(4,35,46,56,73)

6 eha /166./) 3/50200024t2030t 2t213 300n/fL

c-9 / tþ lts0.5) ßeflecÍol kfrared (4, 29, 34, 46, 5 6)250 20/23 250n40/5 t20 24 500t+

CleatltV-ßâUAß0M

Ielbn@ o Cu ted. fnd Wuning

(34,46,56,83,94,95)

500024120250 C-9 6In (166./)16257 250q40/1/CVG

fr eflecnr-ln hand. ßed (Hfl 0) t 5

124,4,6,34,46,56,94)

5000+12120250 C-9 6 e/n (166.t)18053 250ß40/t0 t2PK

fl efhaor-ln harcd. ßed lHß 0) t 5

124,4,6,34,46,56,94)

50011+30120250 C-9 6Yß(166./)3///t 250n40/10 6PK

fl e Íh u o t- I n fra r e d. l) Ie a r

Face (2A, 4, 6, 34, 46, 56. 94)

50t0+3t120250 t-9 8Yß1t86.7)3///0 250n40/t 6PK

flefkcto¡Jnfrared Clear

face (2A, 4, 6, 3 4, 46, 56. 94)

5000+24t20250 c-9 6Vß1t66.7)2t/25 250ß40/1

Jewelry Spn fleflena Tnnspuent

qaylght 81rc 14, 3 5, 4 6, 56. 76)

200024t20150 CC-6 6Yß1166./)446/4 150n40/'t8

neÍleclor Pkn L¡ghr-Gn SShoIM

14.46.56) (8813

2t0t30t50 CC6 6In(166./)21000 t50n40/Pl.t 6PK 120

19851 t50n/y tc-6 6%o(166.1) fl efl uto r- Ye llo w | 4 6, 3 5, 3 6 )2t0024120150

150 19t4t 150ß/ß 120 24 CC-6 6In(166.4 2000 ß efl e c to Þn ed (4 6, 3 5, 3 6 )

19835 t50ß/PK tt6 6Yß1166.7) nefl ectot-Pink 146, 35, 36)200024120150

t982/ tStn/8w ttô 8Inlt66.7) nefhctoF9luþWh¡te (4 6, 35, 36)200024t2t150

150 ß8n Æon/8 120 24 CC-6 6e/rc(166.7) 2000 ßelhctu-8lue 146, 35, 36)

t50 t9844 150n/A 120 24 CC-6 6\rclt6î.7) 2000 fl eÍhuor4nba (46, 3 5, 36)

t9/85 150n/SP Ct6 6s/r6 (168./) 1900 flelhuu Spot-Iþht l.f. (4,46.3b,b6)200024130t50

150 16446 150ß/5P.1 6PK 120 30 cC-6 6In(166./) 2000 19t0 Standild nefkctnt Spzr 14,46,35.56)

t50 19/83 t'qn/SP 120 24 Ct6 6Yß(166./) 2000 1900 fleÍlect1tSpilLightl.f. (4.46,35,56)

(4.35,46.56.83.95) /RR)23 lefbn@4t toateo

200t2413015t 1860 flet'lettotFlond-î1V-ßtìllA1ll|ilCcô 8In(166.t)14/15 t'0n/futvç

150 19799 150n/FL t30 24 cc-6 6In(166.4 1900 fleflntorflood(435,46,56)200t)

16445 t'qq/fL-t 6PK 120 3t tt6 6In(166./) 2000 1900 Standard neÍlectzt fl00d (4,46,35,561150

t50 t9/9/ tãqfr/fl t20 24 tt6 6Tnlt66.7) 2t00 1900 frefknorfkod-Al'lSl:01ilC(4,46,35,56)

125 t3049 25n4t/t t2t 24 tg 6e/rc(166./) 5000+ ßefleau lnfraed. tleu 12A,446,56,94)

t20 20334 120fr/SP/¡i'lll t20 30 CC-6 6Yß1t66.7) 2000 1600 l1¡seP-nefkctztSpnt14.35.46.56)

120 20333 t2qß/futúH 6P( 120 tC-6 6e/x(16t.4 2000 1600 l1ßeP-ßeflecrufkld(4,35,46.56)30

lVa n MiseP -fl eflnnr SpotTþh t L f .(4,35,46,56)

160020002413012t CCâ 6s/n 1166.415747 t50n/SP/120WM

Watt MiseP -fl efhuor Spotlþht L f .(435,46,58)

1600200024120t20 Ctô 6Trc(166./)1504/ 150ß/sPl20wit

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Bras{3 Base Fþ.2

Bras{3 Base F¡s. 3

840 Dianeter 5 " 27 - Medíun Skirted

840 Dianeter 5 " 7

tc-2t/

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3t50 Beflectot SpoH¡ght lE H0ßlZ

(4.35,46,56,/31

6sr6 (166./)300 t20 24 20002il9/ 300n/sP

300 t30 24 20002il99 30tßßP tt2v 6Yß(166.4 3850 BeflectotSpotlightl.EHqflZ

Befleuu flood. Swinning (88)23

lHßGls (35.36.931

400 t20 24 20001/542 400fr40/fl tCzV 6r/t(l/1.5)

tc.2t/

/H0ßtz)

fleflecÍot fbod-Swinn¡ng (BBl23

lHflGl5 /35.36.93)

63/¿lt/1.5)50t t20 24 20004t928 500n40/5FL

fl e Ílnn r I n lru ed k du str ia l-t þ h t

t.814,6,56)

t25 t15 24 5000+19t48 t25fr40 tS /3/allB/.3)

nellecta lnfrarcd kdust¡allhat faæ

(4,6,46,56) lHB0/5

250 120 24 500t+20723 250fr40/5 Cg / t/, (190.5)

ßellectlt ktarcd lndßtr¡aH¡ght l.f.

(4,6,34,56)

250 t20 24 500th20724 250fr40/4 tg / t/n (188.9)

flelkuu ktued lndwtriaHþht l.f.

(4,6,46,56)

1153/5 24 500t*21331 3/5fl40 Cg /3/a (18/.3)

115 flellenot lnftated lnduçrial-Clear Face

(4.6,46.5q (Hn0/5

3/5 24 5000+21334 3/5ß40/l c9 7tþ(150.5)

1t5 ÊeÍlector kfrared lndusuial-Bed Rowl

(4.6,46,56) lHÊGls

3/5 24 5000+21336 3/5ß40/t0 c9 7tþ(r90.5)

300 21254 300ß/3fL 120 24 cc-2v 7 Ih 1t84.2) 2000 3750 freflenorflood-|.f.(4,33,73)

300 2t256 300nßn 130 24 îC.2t/ / rh (tA4.Z) 2000 3/50 ßeflect,t fl00d-1.f. (4,33,/3)

300 21268 300fr/3fUMS 120 24 C.rA /th(t84.2) t000 fleÍlenor Fbod-|.f. Mirl Serice (4,33)

3t0 23425 300n40/fl I2 24 C-2V / t/4 1184.2) t00t 5000 flefknor fbod-|.f. Swinning (21,35,53)

300 21263 300nßFL 250 24 C./A /r/t (t84.2) 2000 ßefknor fbod-|.f. (433. /3)

300 21265 300nßFL 271 24 C-4A 7 t/4 (184.2) 2000 ßeflettor Fbodl.f. 14,33, /3)

500 2t734 500ßßFL t20 24 îC.2V

(H1ßtz)

/ th ltB4.2) 2000 6500 ßethnorfbod-1.f. (4,33,/3)

500 2l/36 500nßfl 130 24 CC.2Y

(H0ßtz)

/ t/4 (184.2) 2000 6500 ßefleuorflood-1.f.14,33,73)

500 2t/51 500qßFWS 120 24 clA /th(184.2) n00 nelkctot fhod-l.E M¡ll Seiliæ (4)

500 2t728 500ß/3SP t2t 24 cc.2r/ 7 th (184.2) 200t 6500 nefhûot Spot. 14.33.73)

t 7A / t/4 (1842)500 21/44 500ß/3fL 250 24 2000 ßelhuor fkod-|. f. 14,33, /3)

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852, ßPll Bulb Shapes

Wattages: 24, 500, 750

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ßPl I Diameter I 3/e " (35 nn) - Single Contact Bayonet (Balñs) Base FE. 2 l)lilrr

10400 ßellutor Hþh 9ay1þht

IF. 114,19,34,/3,92)

200012250750 C lA I I 3/a (298.5)22093 750n52

13000 fleflutor Hþh Bay-lEht

t.F. lÍ4,19,34,73,92)

200012t30/50 C-7A ll3/t(258.5)22082 /50n52

13000 ßefhuor Hþh qay4þht

t.F. 1 t4. t9,34,73,92)

200012t20/5t C-/A 113/t(298.5)22080 /50fr52

flefhuu Hrgh Bay-Lþht

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6tt020t012250500 C-/A 113/t1298.5)21 //3 500ß52

neÍhctot High 9ay-I¡ght Lf.

(4,19.34,/3,92)

t2500 /6t020t0l.?0 C-7A 1tY41298.5)21761 500ß52

neÍhctot fligh &afl¡ghl

t.f. (4.19,34/3,92)

/6002000t2120500 C-/A 113/¿1298.5)21759 500ß52

24 43065 24nP/fi33 C0/2 6 240 c-2ß 2 th l5/.2) 1 th (31.8) 200 Ckar-l2tud Pac* , 32tP 19,/4,97)

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56 Dianeterrh " - Ilouble Contact I Base I

56 Diameter 3/¿ " (19 nn) - lnternediate (El7) Base FE. 3

S8 Dianeter I " (25 nn) - Single Contact (Balñs) Base Fþ.4

'tiiii;t:!1t!.t ttlit'.11i¡ttiiti'')t:;i:t ):i:¡:'.ì:::

3 1t096 356/5 t20 2n C-lA I 7/o 147.6) I 5/to ß3.3) 3000 11 Chat-lnditator

3 fiqst 3s6/5 t30 24t t /A I t/o 147.6) I Vn 133.3) 3000 Il ClearlnJicator

6 il36/ 656 tßAv 120 240 C-/A I t/a 14/.6) I Vto (33.3) 1500 4l Clear-lndicatot. l2Tanpfny

6 t5820 656 to/2 120 240 t lA I 7/a 147.6) 1 s/to

133.3) 15t0 4l Clear-lndicnor(9)

6 11369 656 rßAy 130 240 C-4A tt/a147.6) lVnl33.3) 1500 4l Clearlndinto¡l2"Ianplny

6 It5t7 656/3 120 240 C-/A I //a 14/.6) 1 Vn ß3.3) 5000+ CleaÅ¡gnalL¡ghr 16)

6 t13t0 6s6 135 240 C-4A I 7/a (47.6) 1 5/to

133.3) 1500 4l Clear-lnditator

6 I 1372 656 145 240 C-/A 1 Ua ß/.6) t yß (33.3) 1500 4l tharlndiator

6 il3/4 656 155 240 t lA 1 //a ß/.6) I Vn (33.3) 1500 4l tlearlndiator

I il485 656/ß rnAr t20 240 t lA l t/a (4/.8) t500 Transparcn fled-lndicnu. l27anp lny

6 11523 656,/UV rBAv 120 240 tlA I //a(41.6) t500 34 Whi¡rlndicaor. 121anp lny

6 15822 656/W CIt/2 t2t 240 tlA I //a(4/.6) t500 34 Whin-lndicatot (9)

I 1t565 656/8 t20 240 C-/A I 7/ala/.6) 1500 Çbxy Rlurlrain

6 1t311 656 6 240 C-2ß I t/tl4/.6) lt/n(2/) 1500 tleadndhaa

6 I IJIo DJÒ t2 240 C-21/ I r/e 14/.6) 1 t/to l2/) t5t0 CleatJnditatot

6 1 t329 656 24 24u C-2V t 7h 14/.6) 1 t/n (2/) 1500 Clear*lnlha¡or

6 fi33t 656 30 240 C2l/ I t/al4/.6) |t/n!l t5t0 50 Ckar-hain

6 4339/ 656/8R 32 240 C-2v I 7/o 147.6) 1 t/n (27) 1500 Clear-Tnin IRB)23

6 il34t 656 4B 240 C-2V I t/a 14/.6) I t/n (2/) 1500 tlearlndicnor

6 t1346 656 60 240 C-7A I 7/aH/.6) lt/tol2/) 1500 Clear-Tnin

6 75 240 1500 Clear-[rain lndicatort1356 ES6 t lA I t/a 14/.6) 1 t/n l2/)

10 t2o4t 1os6/10 230 240 C-/A 1 t/a 14/.6) I t/to l2/) 1500 66 Clear-kdicnot

t0 t205t 10s6/10 250 240 C-lA 1 Ual4/.6) lt/tol2/) 1500 66 Clear-lnditatot

5025 Cht-Hish k tereity k d¡ntorC-/A 1 Ua (4/.6) I t/n l2/)1456/ 2556 115 240

3 35326 356/50C t2t 240 C-lA 1t3/rc146) lt/rc|2/) 300t l1 ClearJndiator

6 fi592 6560C rfrAr t20 240 C-/A 1t3/n(46) lt/u124 1500 41 Clear-lndicaor.l2-Ianphay

I 11594 6S6Dt TßAv t30 240 tlA I ß/rc(46) lt/tal2U 1500 4l tharlndinnr.l2lanpTny

b 1t609 6S6tC 145 240 tlA lt3/rc(46) lt/to(21 t500 41 ClearJndiator.l2lanplny

6 1t820 6560C 24 240 t2t/ tt3/n146) tthtl2l t500 Clear-lndiato¡

6 1 t35/ 6S6Dt 75 240 tlA I ßhal48) lthol2l) t500 tlea¡-lndimtor

t0 12060 t0s6/t00t 230 240 CIA I ßho/46) lthol2/) t500 66 Cha-lndicanr

t0 12061 t0s6/t00c 250 240 C./A tt3/n146) tthrl2l 1500 66 tlea-lndhaa

6 11660 658// rßAY 120 240 c/A I ß/n 146) | t/n l2/) t500 tkaFkd¡carot. I 27anp hay

10 12t07 10s8/t3 250 24t C-lA lt%0146) t500 66 Clearlndicau

12 43062 1258/fir îo/2 12 240 c-6 2 150.8) t th 131.8) t000 tkar- I 2f,ard Pæk 19, 6 6, l4))

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Wattage ßange: 7 th - 40

'îr'4

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F¡s. 2 F¡5. 3 r¡s. 4

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25 t4594 25S|U5C 120 t2t C-/A 2th(57.2) lIn(39./) 500 fleprographic-Fnst. Prìnnr

25 t4585 25S1U2C 120 120 t'7A 2 thl57.2) t Vn 136.5) 500 thu-MedimlSpotlisht

t5 13236 15SlUt4 120 t20 C-/A 2 th 157.2) I 3/a (34.9) 200 150 thu-MedinlSpotliqht

l5 t32t0 15SlUt3 120 120 C-/A 2 t/4 157.2) I e/n (35./) /50 13/ tkar

10 t2249 ttSlUlS 120 t20 C-/A 2thl5/.4 l'g/rc(3î./) t500 Clear-lndicaw

Irlhite atenal manel naing. Lþhted

tosnuic Alitnr

t500t2012010 t/A 2tß(5/.4222/5 10511C/tW

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Sl I Diameter I 3/e " (35 nn) - Douhle Contact Bayonet (Baîñd) Base Fþ. 2

Sl I Dianeter I 3/s " - Internediate Rase .J

Sl I Diameter I 3/a " (35 nn) - Mediun (E26,/24) Base FE. 4

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30 t/948 305il0C/ßS /5 t20 C-9 23/a 160.3) 1 th (31.8) 2000 300 Clear-lnin

30 t50t2 30s1DC 75 t20 C'/A. 23/0160.3) 1t/4131.8) 5t0 Clear-Tnin Maker Contnl 80fH

30 t5u1 30s1t0t 64 t20 C-7A 2i/a160.3) I th(31.8) 500 350 Char-lrain A,latka. B]fH

t5 t3188 1551U30C 75 t20 C-9 2Ys160.3) 1thl31.B) 1000 138 Clear-Inin

40 15734 4qSt|tV/t/F 120 120 tg 2yß158./) 15/a(41.3) 500 44t Ftost 114.99J

40 35156 405nil/t tAn0 12t 240 ts 2 5/tt /58.7) 1 Val4l.3) 500 440 Clear-|2-tudPaú(14,99)

15 13268 155t1/8/ 120 120 t-lA 25/tol58./) 1%(41.3) t50 Cleu-1ptical IRR|J

1t 18289 ltstlt't t3t t2t tlA 2yß(58./) 15/e4l.3) 5000 /4 Cleu-Sisn IBB(J

10 33228 105il¡t/In 13t t20 tlA 2,/ttl58./) lVsl4l.3) 1500 frarcpuent fl ed-S ig n I RB4J

10 12233 10St1N/tW 130 120 t-ZA 2 5/to (58./) 1500 l{hìte-SEn I 1æuuive (RR)23

10 1222/ 105fiilßn 130 t20 C-/A 2 Vrc 158.7) 1500 fled-Sign ú 1etontive l88fr

10 t2t88 105ilt!/f 120 120 clA 2Vrc158./) lVo(4t.3) t500 lS fræt-Appliame

t0 t2185 10St|N 130 120 t/A 2Vtol58./) 1Vt(41.3) 1500 B0 Clear-Stgn ßBf3

t0 12186 105fiN 120 t2t C-/A 2Vtol58./) t 5/o(41.3) t500 80 CleaFsign ß8/3

15 c-.A 2 thl57.2)13291 1551Ut02 tfrAy t20 240 400 13/ Clear-flefrþaaorl2lanpfny

/ ,/, 11911 lt/zS/tn rnAY 130 240 t-9 2 th (5/.21 1400 fled-l2lanp Tny

/ t/z 39227 /t/zS/CB CAfl0 t20 240 tS 2 t/4 l5/.2) 1400 Bed

I t/z 11910 lt/zS/Cfr lflAY 120 2411 t-9 2th(5/.2) 1400 fled-|2lanp fny

/ '/t 11895 /tþS/m TnAy t30 240 c-9 2thl5/.2) 1400 0rang*l27anp tny

/ '/z 11894 7t/zS/ffi rßAl 120 240 t-9 2thl5/.2) 1400 0range-l2\anp hay

I t/t 11880 /t/zS/CG TflAY t20 240 t9 2 thl5/.2) 1400 Gßen-l27anp hay

/ '/z 11887 7t/zS/CB fflAY t2t 240 t9 2th157.2) 1400 Elue-|2-Ianp Tray

I t/t 11922 /t/zS/CW TßAY 130 240 t-9 2 t/4 (5/.4 1400 39 llthite-|2lanp Iny

7 t/z 4126/ /t/zS/CI( CAßD t20 240 t9 2 thls/.4 t400 3S White

/ '/t 11921 lt/zS/CW rßAl 12t 240 t9 2thl5/.2) 1400 39 tilhit*l?lanp lny

/ t/z 11848 7t/zS TfrAY 130 240 tg 2t/4(5/.4 1400 53 Clear-l2lanp lny

/ t/z 1184/ 7t/zS lflAY t20 240 t-9 2thl5/.2) 1400 53 Clear-l2lanp lray

a

Sll, Sl4 Bulh ShaPe

Wattageßange:5-25IDIA.

F¡C. I

a

Èèj

Fig. 2

lncandescent LampstS2

,iiìii liJt tt:¡ !t t:1 r,:ri:) !: t )¡,ttili :ti!t::: .,t:¡!: ?t;;. 'i¡t:iti!;t,

Sl I Diameter I 3/a " (35 nn) - Single Contact I Rase I

o 514 Dianeter I % " (tl4 nn)- Medium (826/24) Base Fþ.2

5 t1t38 5S|1/S4SC 10 120 C-2n 23/0160.3) lth(31.8) t000 CbaFnaituay Sanal laht (/t)

t0 t2t54 105t1/5SC 120 120 C-/A 23/a(8t.3) I th(31.8) 1500 tlear-ßairway Sþnal Lþht 169)

t1 1256/ lISIISC 1t 120 tC-6 23/a(60.3) I t/4(31.8) 25t0 Cleu*flailway Signal Lirht It)LI.ú

c-12

thar-ßailway Sþml Lþht

Fiknent in nultþle (/0)

10t01t 120I7tþ t2649 13/3tþS1l/95 23/a(60.3) ¡ r¡al3l.8)

l/ 20556 llSllSC 13.5 t20 tt6 23/o(60.3) I thl31.8) 2000 Cleu*lnin

18 13655 lBSlUlSC 10 t2t ttô 23/a160.3) I thl?l.8) 2000 250 îharflaìlway Signal ltght (/0)

LL.b

C.I2

CharÊailway Srgnal Lrght.

filanent in nnfttple (/0)

IB t0 t20 100013659 18/3tþSIlSC 23/a(6t.3) I thl3t.8)

20 19549 ?qS|UISC t0 120 cc-6 23/a(60.3) I t/4(31.8) 3000 flailway Srgnal hght

t4575 25S|U4SC 1t 120 tCô 23/a160.3) I t/4(31.8) 1000 Char-frailway Signal light I0)

5 il182 5514 34 120 t9 3 tþ (88.9) 1000 Clear-Tnin (53)

It 12342 10514 t20 120 t-9 3 1/2 (88.9J 2 tþ 163.5) 1500 // Clearlign ß9fJ

t0 124t1 tqst4/tf t20 120 ts Jtþ(sî.s) 2tþl67.s) 1500 76 l.f.-Stgn (9BfJ

l0 12420 t0St4/C8 120 120 C-9 3 r/2 188.9) 1500 Sluhliøn t Uecorattve 188f"

IO 12433 10514/tC t20 t20 c.9 3 tþ188.9) 1500 9rcen-Sign I Decuaive IBR4J

IO 12449 10514/t0 120 t20 c9 3 tþ/88.9) 1500 1nnge-Sþn I 1emntive l88f1

10 t2455 10514/Cn 120 120 c.9 3 tþ188.9) 1500 fled-Snn t Uecoraûve l86ft0 t24/2 10514/CW 120 120 c.9 3 tþ188.9) 1500 Iilhite-Sign I 1econtive (RR4J

1t t2483 10514/Cy 120 120 c-9 3tþ(88.9) t500 Yellowsþn I 1enrative (88)23

II 125/5 1t514 130 120 tg 3 tþ (BB.s) 2 t/2 (63.5) 3000 // Clearlisn (RB(J

1I t2589 11514/lf t30 120 c-9 3tþ(88.9) 2tþ(63.5) 3000 /6 l.F.-Sign (88)23

1t 1259/ ilSI4/8 t30 120 t9 3 tþ ß8.9) 3000 Blu*Sign ßRfJ

t1 126t3 115t4/o t3t 120 c-9 3tþ(88.9) 3000 1nwrSisn l9tfJtl 12621 ||SH/n 130 120 c.s J tþ (sa.s) 3000 fled-Sign ßRf3

t1 12626 t1514,4v 130 120 c9 3tþ188.5) 3000 lrhiÞSisn l88f1

II t2632 t1514/Y 130 t2t c-9 3 tþ188.9) 3000 Yelbw-Sisn (R9fJ

I1 12639 llsl4/r8 130 t20 c.9 3tþ188.9) 2tþ163.5) 3000 Tnntparnt Rlue Srgn (08fJ

1t t2641 ilS|4IG 130 t2t c-9 3tþ188.9) 2tþ(63.5) 3000 Tn rcparen Grcen-Sþn lR Rf3

1t 12643 11514/T0 130 120 c.9 3tþ(88.5) 2tþ163.5) 3000 tnnsparen 1nnge-S¡gn IBR4J

1l 12645 I lsl4/'fn 130 t20 t9 3 tþ 188.9) 2 tþ (63.5) 3000 lnnsparen t ßed-Sign (8 8/3

II 12647 1tst4flv 130 120 t9 3tþ(88.5) 2tþ(63.5) 3000 Tnnsparcn Yelbw-Sign ( R Rfj

15 321/3 15514/Gß/CI t30 120 te 3tþß8.9) 2tþ163.5) 3000 t 10 Clear-Stgn. 9nup flepkænnt (88/3

l5 1113/ t,St4/Gn/CUg t30 120 t9 3tþ188.9) 2tþ(63.5) 8000 Clearlþn. Gnup flEkænnt (9BfJ

t5 32175 15514/oßlF t3t 120 C-s 3 rp ¡08.9) 2 tþ l67.s) 3000 1 10 l.F.-Sign. Gruup frepkænent (BR)23

t9 3tþ188.9) 2tþ163.5)t5 42590 l5Sl4/F/88 34 120 1000 W fnn-LoanuiveCahl99f]

iiÐ

ftb.3

74, T4 t/z T6, T6 r/2 Balh Shapes

WattageBange:6-40DIA

F¡s. I

,ül'i

s

J

FiS.2

,a::r. !ti. !:lii'i! t tì:' t ìi t)i : :r rt iiirl

T4 Dianeter Uz " (13 nn) - Candelabra (El2) Bns{S Base Fþ. I

133 lncandescent Lamps

6 It/64 6r4tþ/l t30 100 C-/A I 7/o H/.6) | 5/to 133.3) t50t 42 tlear-lndiator

6 11/62 6f4 t/,/l t20 100 C-7A 1 7/e147.6) lVtoß3.3) t500 42 tlear-lndin¡nr

6 11758 614/3 125 100 2C-2f I I 1500 Clear-lndicator Coih in series

T4 t/z Diameter eha " - Candelabra Base Fþ. I

T6 Diameters/¿ " (19 mn)- Candelahra (El2) Base Fþ. I

T6 1/z Diameter'3/to " I - Douhle Contact Bayonet (Bal5d) Base Fig.2

T6 t/z Diameter,sha " (21 nn) - lnternediate (El7) Base J

ûtil){

tùïu

I

15 22il4 t5r6Æ0 CAill t45 120 t lA 3 t/ß (/7.8) 2t0t 102 thar-Sw¡tchboild.9lßrercild

13402 l5t6 t45 60 C-/A 3t/to (//.8) 2000 102 Char-Switchboad

t5 13390 t5r6 t20 60 C-lA 3t/ß (//.8) 2000 107 Cleu-Switdtboard

1468/ 2516 tþq,/f 230 80 t8 sTnltaß) 1000 1ußide fnsFsmle lllan¡naÍor

?E 14685 2516t/z0Ç/f 130 60 C-B 5\n(t41.3) 1000 240 fnst-ApplianceScalellluninaor

14683 25T6t/z0C/f t20 60 t8 5Yß1t41.3) t000 240 fnn-þpliance Scale llluninaor

t46/g 25T6t/z0C t30 80 t8 5Tnlt41.3) 1000 244 Chr-Applianæ. Sah llluninator

'E146/6 2516t/z0C t20 60 C-B 5e/toll41.3) 1000 244 thar-Appliance. Sah lllaninau

20 34241 2016 tþoC/F t20 EO t8 5e/rc1141.3) 50t0+ 90 fnsFtxitliohtlql

/.4 43405 /.416t/z0C/f 10.5 60 t8 ítþ(t?g.I) t0tt0 55 Fnn-ftitSþn

40 t5742 4016 tþ/2f t20 60 t8 5tþlt3s.4 75t frut4ppliarce

40 41312 4016t/z/Z CAflD 120 120 t8 5 tþ1t39./) Clea-ßelrrgøau750

40 15/40 4016 fz/2 t20 C_B 1tþ(t?s.l 750 Clnr-flefrþuau80

t4668 2516 tþ/F t30 60 t8 5tþ(t39./) t000 240 ftosrlhowcase

25 15830 25t6y,/FtAfl0 t20 120 t8 5tþ1t39/) 1000 240 ftosFShowrase

14666 2516 t/r/f t20 60 tB 5tþ1t39./) 1000 240 ftosÍ-Showcase

25 14641 25\6t/z 130 60 c8 5tþ1139.1 1000 244 Cka¡lhowcase

25 15821 25T6t/z CAfl] t20 120 t8 5tþ1139.4 t000 244 tlear-Showtase

14639 25T6t/z t20 tt tB 5tþlt3s.7) 1000 244 Clear-Showcase

20 342/2 2016 tþ/r t20 60 t8 5tþ1t39./) 7000+ 90 fnst-fxft Lirh 16)

a

a

tT7, T8 Bulb Shapep

Wattages: 15,25DIA

è

f¡s. 1 Fig.2 Fis. 3

T7 Diameter Aa " Q2 nn) - Double Contact Bayonet (Balfid) Base Fþ. I

T7 Dianeter 7/s " - Candelabra Base z

T7 Diameter 7/a " (22 nn) - lnternediate (El7) Base Fþ. 315 35153 t,f/t! CAfl] 120 240 c-lA 2th(57.4 t%t139.7) l2s) 108 Cku-Appknæ (62)

T8 Dianeter I " Candelabra Base 2

o T8 Diameter I " (25 nn) - Douhle Contact Bayonet (Balñd) Base Fþ. I

','!,ttt ti:j,::

15 t3453 r5n0t 120 t2t ClA 2 1/4 l5/.4 I $/to (33.3) (29) l0B thil-Appliante 162)

15 35154 15r/Dt CAß] 120 240 t-tA 2 rhlS/.2) t 5/n (33.31 (2s) 108 tleat4ppliance 162) l2?æk

l5 13467 15r70t/F 120 120 c./A 2 rhlsl.z) t Vn (33.31 129) 106 Ftost-AWliancelî2.l

t5 13494 t,rlc 120 120 c.7A 2th157.2) 1 tþ(38.1) 3000+ 108 tlearlþnal lþht. Appliance (29,62)

15 13565 t5t8c 120 t0 [7A Sthal//.8) /50 150 thar-tuhulu

25 14809 25tBt t2t 60 C-4A 25/a166.4 I tþ138.1) 200 195 tlear-Miaowave

25 t4/4t 25r80C 120 60 C-/A 25/e (66.7) I 5/n (33.3) 200 195 thar4pplianæ

25 35155 25r80C CAß] 120 240 tlA 2%166./) tVn(33.3) 200 195 thar4ppliance.l2-Pack

25 t4/59 25rB0t/F 120 60 tlA 25/0166.7) 1 5/n133.3) 200 193 Fræt-Applianæ

DIA

f¡C. I

T8 Bulb Shape

Wattage ßange: 25 - î00

fis.4

fiC. 5

fll

l.J-

s

fis.2 f¡c.3

:itii li!:tj ¡.: t t1¡:1 itrt )t::r t:l

T8 Dianeter I " - Disc Rase Fig. 4

T8 Diameter I " (25 nn)- lntermediate (El7) Base Fþ. 1

60 t7266 160/W t20 24 C4 l/3/t 1450.s) 1500 450 WhitrLunike

60 1/226 160 t20 24 C4 173/t1450.5) t500 Clearluniline

40 15839 t40/W t20 24 t8 113/t1298.5) t500 295 Whi¡e-Laniline

4u 15804 140 t20 24 c3 113h1298.5) 1500 CleaAuniline

30 150/t r30/w 120 24 C-8 173/t(450.9) t50t 2lt tilhite-Luniline

30 15029 130 t20 24 C3 1/3/t(450.9) 1500 Clp.arluniline

| 35 lncandescent Lamps

25 20535 25r8N CAßo t20 240 tlA 25/a(86.7) 1yß139.7) 200 195 tlear-Miuowave

25 14/91 25rBN t20 60 tlA 25/a186.4 l\tt(39./) 200 195 Chu-Applianæ

ill)ì, (T8 Diameter I " - Mediun Base 6

T8 Diameter I " Contact I Base

T8 Dianeter I " (25 nn) - Single Contact Prefocus Base Fþ. 3

2

40 15/84 40t8/f 120 24 c-23 t1%(298.5) 1000 425 fnst-Shwmæ

40 t5/56 4018 130 24 c-23 tllt(298.5) 1000 430 Clear-Showcaæ

40 15/54 40rB 120 24 C.2J il r/a (298.5) I0t0 430 tlear-Showtas

îkartonou llîap AAISI: BZA

(8,31.61,94) Surce 4.5t3.0 nn (WXfl)

502420100 Ct6 3 16.2) 23/n 155.6118881 100r8/ßC

25 t4804 25T8/SîP 6 24 C-8 3 t/s (/9.4) t 5/a (41.3) 50 Cleu-kstrunent Souræ 13 7, 6 1 )WH:0.8x45nn. R]lH

u1

Ia

15l a

Tl0, Tl2 Bulh Shapes

Wattage Bange: l5 - 400:ts

F¡c. I fic. 2 Fis.3 F¡s. 4

lncandescent Lamps t36

:.t,.1::,i,1

\':.¡.: l!,! j ,t::: ' I i | '

: ì , I t i | , , . I I i I t : : i | : ì t : j i t

Tl0 Diameter I t/t " (32 mn)- Mediun Base I

IO

Tl0 Dianeter I t/¿ " - Mediun Prefocus Base Fþ.2

Tl2 2-Filanent Dianeter I t/z " - 3-Contact Mediun (826d) Brasls Base Fþ.3

15 3440/ 15rn 24PK 120 12t C-8 55/a1142.9) 2500 thø-Aquariun

25 14864 25n0 120 120 c-8 5Va(142.9) 1000 248 Chu-,Showan

25 14880 25n0 24PK 120 192 t8 55/a(142.9) t000 248 thu-Showcase

,E 413t3 25nt CABq t20 t2t C-B 55/a(142.5) t000 248 tlea¡-Shwmp.l2.Pack

25 14866 25n0 130 t20 C-8 55/a(142.9) 1000 248 tlearlhowase

14907 25no/f 120 120 C8 55/a(142.9) I0t0 244 frost-Showcase

25 t49t6 25nt/f 24PK t20 t92 C-8 5Va(142.9) t000 24 fnst-Shomase

25 1348/ 25n0/f tAnD t20 t20 C-8 55/a(U2.9) t000 244 frostlhownse

25 14909 25t10/f 130 t20 C.g 55/a(t4z.g) It00 24 Fnst-Shorcase

25 36682 25nt/6 24PK t20 120 C-8 5s/a1142.9) 2500 tlear-Aqmriun

25 14886 25t10 24PK 250 192 C-17A 55/o (142.9) 1000 tkarlhowase (53)

40 15852 40t10 t2t 120 C-8 îVa (142.9) t000 420 tlear-Showcase

40 15856 40110 24PK t20 192 C-B 55/a(142.9) t000 420 tlearlhowase

40 13489 40t10 tAn] 120 120 î-8 îVo 1142.9) 1000 420 Clear-Showcase

40 15854 40t10 t30 120 C8 5Valt42.e) It00 420 Char Showase

40 15892 40n0/F 120 120 t4 55/all42.S) 1000 415 frosÅhorcase

40 1590t 40n0/f 24PK 120 tot C-8 5Va(142.9) 1000 415 ftost-Showcase

40 41314 40il0/f CAn] 120 120 C-8 55/tll42.9l 1000 415 Frost-Showase

40 15894 40n0/f 130 120 t4 55/olla2.S) 1000 415 frostlhownse

6t 1/802 60t10 CAnq 120 120 t8 5Vr(142.9) 1000 /40 Cha¡-Showcase.E]IH

60 1/292 00T10/64 24PK 120 192 t8 55/t(142.9) 1000 /45 tleaÅhowcase. 80TH

60 1728/ 60Tt0/f 24PK 120 152 t4 5Vtft42.9) 1000 hosr-Showcase. 80fH

6t 1/804 60Tt0/F CAn] 120 t20 t4 5Vt(142.9) 1000 fnst-Shownse. R0TH

/5 1//54 /5n0/45 120 24 C-23 ll7/a(301.6) 1000 tlear-Showase

75 1/t49 /5n0/t 120 24 t23 tt Ua(301.6) 1000 fnst-Showcase

Marine llavþuional lþht. Spiral Lead (l)

l¡Æafs

60 120 24 1000 s00t6533 60n0/2 tC-î 5//¿1149.2) 23/a(60.3)

125 19053 125t10P 120 C-138 5//a(149.2) 2Io(60.3) 500 1820 Chat-Spltlght. 9un bße down l+/- 30')24

roI t5 Clear2lknmt Marine ßunning lþht ll)5050 24 750t6/26 50/50n2 5Trc1134.9) 3(/6.2)

CleøSepngrophn 0paque kd.

tu¡ntet, 80 +/_ 30"

400 65 2421406 400n2/2P C-130 53/t(146.1) 2In(55.6) 20t

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Tl2 Dianeter I r/z " - Mediun Prelocus Base (HRG)15 Fig.4

0tA

Fis.l

TB19 Bulh Shape' Halogen

Wattages: 50,90 qÈ

t3/ lncandescent Lamps

90 20640 goA/ilAL 6PK 120 24 tC? 47/rc1112.7) 3t/s09.4) 2000 1680 Halogmlnn (83,88)

90 18745 90rB/H t30 80 tc-ï 47rc1112./) 3t/sï9.4) 2t00 1680 Halogen-fnst(B3,BB)

90 16744 90r8/H 120 60 ttg 47/nlrU.7) 3t/s(/9.4) 2000 1680 Habgen-fnstl83.88)

50 1674/ 50r8/H 130 60 ttg 4t/nlll2.l) 3t/s09.4) 2000 830 Habgen-hßt 183,88)

50 t6/46 50tB/H t20 60 ct| 4 t/n ll 12./) 3 t/s (/9.4) 2000 830 Habgen-fi0st183,88)

50 2064/ ãOA/HAT 6PK 120 6 tt8 4 7/to ll 12./) 3 t/s Ig.4) 2000 830 Habgen+tßt (83,88)

TBlg Diameter 2 3/e " (60 nn)- Mediun (826/24) Bras{3 Base Fþ. I

6d

0tA.

fig. I ftg. I

T20, T24 Bulb Shapes

Wattage Bange: 300 - 1000

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't t:;..:irj

,l tll;, ttj i'ì,) t:ì tit. ttt: t/ij: )tltiit t¡t:,¡t:t¡¡\'l:¡¿: t:jt¡t): l:r!J!

500 218/2 500t20/50 1J0 12 c-13 6 tþ (165.1) 4 l1ot.6) 1000 e80o t.f. (52,13.8s.99) lHßG/5

500 218/0 500r20/5t 120 12 c-13 6tþ(165.1) 4ltn.6) 1000 s800 t.f. (52,73,8s.eq lqnqts

300 2t280 300t20/1 120 t2 ct7 6 tþ (165.1) 4 (101.6) 1000 lnside fnst (52./3.89.99) lHßG/s

300 12492 300r20/t/îL 120 t2 c-t? 6 tþ 1165.t) 4 1101.6) 1000 Clear 152, /3. B 9, I 9) ( Hn0t5

T20 Dianeter 2 Uz " (63 nn)- Mediun Bipost Base

T24 Dianeter 3 " (76 nn)- Mediun Base 15 Fig 2 6[t

IMoo a 224t9 tMm4 120 24 t 13 93/t01233.4) 5 Iþ1139./) 21200 lns¡de frost (52,/3.89.99)1000

/50 22117 750124 130 24 H3 93/rc(233.4) 5tþ(t39./) 14800 lnside fnn 152,/3.89.99)1000

/50 221t5 750A4 t20 24 C13 93/n1233.4) 5tþll3g./) 1000 14800 lnsiy'e fnst (52,/3,89.99)

I]lA.

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810,813, C11, C,48, CA9 Bulb Shapes

WattageRange:2-60

è

FtS. I fis. 2 FtS. 3 f¡s.4 fig.5

Bl0 Diameter I t/4 " (32 nn) - Candelabra (El2) Base Fþ. I

;o Bl3 Diameter I 7a " (41 nn)- Mediun (826,/24) Base Fig. 2

Cl I Diameter I 3/a " (35 nm) Candelabra (El2) Base frg. 34t) t6420 4]CC/FW C0/2 120 60 tlA 4(101.6) 1 Ua(47.6) 1500 360 Satin Gk. 80IH l9l

CAB Diameter I " (25 nn) - Candelahra (El2) Base Frg. 415 41528 |,CAC t2PK 120 120 C lA 4 t/s (104.8) 1 //s (4/.6) 1500 CrysÍal lcleil) 8m f¡p

15 4t929 |6CAC t0/2 120 60 C-/A 4t/s(1048) 1UaH7.6j 1500 Crynal l,karl-qm rip l9)

l5 4152/ ISCAC/f t2PK t20 120 C-/A 4 t/s (104.8) I t/a (4/.6) 1500 Sat¡n lfnst) 8m f¡p

15 47930 tSCAC/f C0/2 120 60 C'/A 4 t/s (104.8) 1 //o (47.6) 1500 Satin lfrost)-Beil f¡p l9)

15 4t524 |SCAC/L 120 120 C-/A 4 t/s (104.8) 1 //a (4/.6) 4000 Crystal lcleail-Reil f¡p

CAg Diameter I t/e " (29 nn)- Mediun Base E

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2 42535 28C/fL I2I] I2u 3//sß8.a) 2500 Clear-Fliúer l8R)23

15 130t4 |SRC t2PK t20 120 ClA 3 3/t195.3) l5/t(41.3J 1500 136 Ctystalltleat) 81uilftp

25 14329 258C t2PK t20 120 t}-2t/ 3y4195.3) t7/0147.6) 1500 Crystal (Chil)-Blun l¡p. 80fH

25 4/939 258C Co/2 I2u î0 tC-21/ 3 3/t(95.4 tth4/.6) 1500 trystal (tleat)-Rluil ftp. 80fH (9)

25 15787 258C 25PK 120 200 ClA 3 3/t195.3) lVa(41.3) 1500 trystal (tleat)-Blun fip. ilfH40 38123 408C t2PK 12t 12t CC-?V 3 3/t 195.3) I 7/s (47.6) 1500 Crysral (thil) gluil f¡p. B]fH

40 19110 408c t0/26PK t2t) 30 tC-2Y 3 3/t 195.3) I t/a (47.6) 1500 trystal (tlear)-gIuil fip. EtfH (9)

40 19981 408C t0/4 120 30 tc2l/ 3 3/t 195.3) 1 t/a (4/.6J 1500 trystal (tleâd-Rluil fip 80TH 144)

40 t5/88 408C 25PK 120 200 CC-?V 3 3/t 195.3) I 7/o H/.6) 1500 trystal (Chil)-gtun f¡p. B]fH

40 13t54 408C1 120 120 CC-21/ 3 3/t 195.3) I t/a (4/.6) 4000 trystal ltlea|-9Iuil np. 80fH

60 3/891 608C 12PK 120 t20 t|2v 33/t195.3) 1t/a(4/.6) 1500 Aysral (Chat) Rlun fip. 80TH l 13)

60 47949 608C t0/2 120 60 CC-ZV 3 3/r 195.3) 1 t/a (47.6) 1500 trystal (thil)-ghn rip 80rH (9, 13)

25 22/56 258M t0/2 120 Ê0 C-9 4Va(11/.5) 2Ys(60.3) 1500 220 Aysral (Chal-Rluil fip l9)

25 t305/ 258¡,t 12PK 120 120 tg 45/a(117.5) 23/a(60.3) 1500 220 Ctystal (Chil)-ghn fìp

40 t5631 408tø 12PK 120 120 ts 4%(11/.5) 2Ia(60.3) 1500 455 Crysîal l1lead-9|ail np

40 12993 408M t0/2 120 60 c-9 45/o(117.5) 23/a(6t.3) 1500 455 Ctystal (Cleil) 8lant ttp lg)

60 2275t 60BM t0/2 120 60 C'9 45/a(tt/.5) 2Ia(60.3) 1500 650 Ctystal lcleilJ-glun T¡p 19)

25 40043 25CAM4 120 120 CC'ZV 4 e/re1t15.9) 2thl54) 4t00 Crystal lcleil)-qm f¡p

25 40044 25CAM/f/L 120 120 tt2v 4Inlll5.9) 21h154) 4000 Sat¡n lfnst)-geil f¡p

40 34651 40CAt4 t2PK 120 120 cc-2v 4 e/n/115.9) 2t/8(54) 1500 CrysrallÇlead RmtTtp

40 4/945 4q|Attl t0/2 120 60 C|ZV 4 e/nlll5.9) 2t/s154) 1500 Crystal (Cleil)-gent fip l9)

t6049 40CAM t0/4 120 30 Ct-2Y 4 %a1115.9) 2t/a154) 1500 Crystal lÇleal)-Rent T¡p 144)40

40 34652 4qCAM/f |ZPK 120 t20 C|'ZY 4 e/nlttí.9) 2thl54) 1500 Satin lfnst)-qnt T¡p

40 12994 40CAA4/f tt/2 120 6t ct2t/ 4 r/ta(l15.9) 2thl54) 1500 Satin lfrcst)-qeil fip (91

40 4004/ 4qqAM/L 120 CC-2Y 4 e/rc||15.9) 2t/8(54) 4000 Crystallcleil) 9mt ftp120

60 34655 60CAM 12PK t2t 120 tt2v 4Ircllt5.9) 2thl54) 1500 Crystal (Clea1-geil l¡p (13)

60 4/948 60CAM C0/2 120 60 CC-2Y a e/rc|t15.9) 2th(54) 1500 Crystal (Cleil) 9mt fìp 19. 13)

60 2t009 60cAM c0/4 120 tt2v 4 e/ttllt5.9) 2thl54) 1500 trysta I (tka il-9eil r¡p | ß, A)30

60 164/4 60CAM/f C0/2 120 60 cc2y 4 e/rc1il5.9) 2t/o(54) 1500 Sat¡n lfnst) qffit f¡p 19, 13)

tt2V 4 Tn(115.s) 2thl54)60 40048 60CAM/L 120 120 4000 Crystal (thail-9eil rip (13)

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CA.l0, Fl0 Bulb ShapesWattage Range: 15 - 60

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60 40049 60CAC4 120 120 CC2V 4lhll04.B) I t/s14l.6) 4000 CrysÍal lcleil) 9nt l¡p. 80fH I I 3)

60 16051 60CAC/f to/4 120 30 ct2v 4th(104.8) 1 //e14/.6) 1500 Satin lFnst)-qeil f¡p. 80rH 113,44)

60 47947 60CAC/F [0/2 120 60 CC-2V 4th(104.8) t t/s(47.6) 1500 Satin lFrßt)-qilt Iþ. 80rH 19, 13)

60 34658 60CAC/F t2PK 120 t20 CC'ZV 4t/s1104.8) lt/t/47.6) t500 Sâtin lfnst)-gmr f¡p. 80fH ll3)

60 t5/81 60tAC 25PK 120 204 CC2l/ 4t/s(104.8) I //sl4/.6) 1500 trystal l)leil) 9mt ftp. 80fH (ß)

60 16050 6tcAC c0/4 120 30 CC-2V 4t/s(104.8) l//a(4/.6) 1500 Crystal (tlear)-qeil ftp. B?fH (ß,44)

60 19153 60CAC C02 6PK t20 30 CCZV 4t/s(104.8) lt/a14/.6) t500 trystal (Cleil)-9ffit T¡p. 80fH (ß)

60 3465/ 60CAC t2PK 120 t2u CC2V 4t/s(104.8) l//a(47.6) 1500 Crystal ltleil) 8m np. 80fH (ß)

40 40834 4qtAC/f/L 120 120 CC-2V 4 t/s (104.8) I Ì/s (4/.6) 4000 Sat¡n lfnst) qmt lip. 80fH

40 40050 4qÇAC/L 120 t20 CC?V 4 t/s (104.8) I r/a (4/.6) 4000 trystal ltleil)-?M f¡p. EtfH

40 t6/34 4ttAC/F tPK 120 200 CC2V 4 th 1104.8) 1 Ua (47.8) 1500 Sar¡n (fnst) gilt T¡p. 80fH

40 16048 40CAC/ft0/4 120 30 CC-ZV 4 th (104.81 I Us (4/.6) 1500 Satin lFnst)-ten fip. RD|H 144)

40 4t941 40tAC/fC0/2 t20 60 CC2V 4t/81104.8) lTaH/.6) 1500 SaÍ¡n lfíßr)-gm fip. 80fH l9)

40 34654 4ntAt/f 12PK 120 t20 tt"2v 4 th lt04.B) 1 7/a 14/.6) 1500 Sat¡n lFrßt) 8m ftp. 80fH

40 157/8 40CAC 25PK 120 200 tt2V 4th(104.8) lt/a14/.6) 1500 Crystal lthat)-Bent ltp. BDffl

40 t604/ 40tAC C0/4 t20 CC 2V 4 th | 104.8) I t/a

141.6) t500 Crysral lcleil)-9nt ltp. 80fH 144)

40 1910/ 40tAC t0/2 6PK t20 30 tt2v 41h1104.8) 1 7/s14/.6) 1500 Aysrâl ljleil) BM f¡p. 80ffl 19)

40 34653 40CAC t2PK t20 120 CC 2V 4 t/s 1104.8) I t/a (47.6) 1500 Crysral lchil)-gm rþ. 80rH

25 40046 Z,CAC/F/L 120 120 CC 2Y 4 th 1104.8) I 7/t 147.6) 4000 Satin lfnst) qmt ltp. 80fH

25 4t045 2,CAC/I 120 120 tt2v 4th(104.8) I //s14/.6) 4000 Crystal (tlear)-Bm fip. B]TH

25 16733 2'CAC/F CPK 120 200 CC2Y 4th(104.8) l//a14/.6) 1500 Sât¡n (Fnst)-qffit Itp. 80fH

25 16046 2,CAC/F t0/4 120 30 tt 2Y 4 t/s (104.8) I //a l4/.6J 1500 Sat¡n lFnsr) 8mÍ fip. B]TH (44)

25 4/934 25CAC/f Ct/2 t20 60 CC-2V 4 t/s (104.8) I r/a (4/.6) 1500 Satin (Fnst)-ßeil np. 80fH (9)

25 34650 26CAC/F t2PK 120 120 tC2V 4t/s(104.8) l//a(47.6) 1500 Sat¡nlfnsil qmf¡p.80TH

25 157/7 25CAC 25PK 120 200 tc-2v 4 t/s (104.8) I ua (4/.6J 1500 Crystal (that) Sent T¡p. 80TH

25 16045 25CAC ut/4 t20 30 CC'21/ 4 I/s (104.8) I //a 14/.6) t500 Crystal l)kil)-9m rip. EtrH ø4)

25 47933 25tAt t0/2 120 60 CC-2V 4 l/s 1104.8) I //a (47.8) 1500 Crystal ltleil) 9ilt T¡p. R0fH 19)

25 .?4649 25îAt: 12PK 121t 121) CC-2V 4 ]/s (104.8j t Us (4/.6) 1500 Crystal ltlear)-?eil np. 80fH

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C-/A 3 t/s (/9.4)25 12991 25FC CD/Z 120 60 1500 ttystal lthu) fkne 19)

25 t4385 25fC t2PK 120 120 C 7A 3 t/s (/9.4) 1500 Crynal lÇhu)-fkne

l5 4/92/ lsFt/AU C0/2 120 60 C-/A 3 t/s (/9.4) t500 Awadesæn fkne (9)

13076 tSft/AU |ZPK C lA 3 t/s l/9.4) t500 Autadevent Flane120120t5

t5 47926 tsFC/A t0/2 120 60 C-/A 3 1/o l/9.4) 1500 Anberfkne 19)

l5 13074 |SFC/A t2PK 120 t20 C-/A 3 t/s l/9.4) 1500 Anbu flane

t5 4t980 tSftl I 2tì 120 c.A 31hI9.4) 15/o(4t.3) 4000 CrystallChu) Flane

15 4/928 15FC C02 t20 60 c-/A 3 th l/9.4) 1500 136 trystal (tleu)-Flane (9)

t5 130/3 |SFC 12PK 120 t20 t lA 3 th IS.4) 1500 136 CtystallCleu)-Fkne

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Wattage Range: 25 - 60

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Ê16 t/z Dianeter 2 r/to " (52 nn)- Candelabra Base 2

t4403 25fM 12PK CC2l/ 43/allll.l) 215 CrystalltlearJ-fkne1500120 12013

18890 25FMC1/2 6PK tt2t/ 43/sllll.l) 215 trystallthar)1kne(9)1500120 3025

40982 25Fþl/L t2t [C2I/ 4It(l1l.l) Crystalltlear)Jlane120 4000'E

I'1405 2ñflllllV 12PK CC-2V 43/a1111.1) 179 Pearl(lltthin)4lane1500120 120'E

tBB95 2,fM/vtt t0/2 tPK 120 cc-2t/ 43/a (|il.il 179 Peal (ilhin)-flane (9)15003t25

14404 25FM/A 12PK t20 tt2l/ 4Iollll.l) Anbs4anet20 t50025

t8891 25FM/AC0/26PK 120 tt2| 43/t(lll.l) Anberlkne (9)1500301J

40903 2,f¡ùt/Al CC-2V 43/a(111.1) 4000 Anbe¡-fkne120 120

1445t Z6qM/AU l2PK 120 CC2ll 43/o(111.11 Auadsmnt-fknet20 t50025

15 18894 2'qM/AU C0/2 qPK 120 30 tc-2v 1t. 1500 Aundescent-fkne (9)

40 Ct-2V 43/e(111.1) 455 Crysnl(Ckar)-Flane1500120 12015692 40f14 tzPK

t8096 40fM Co/2 qPK 120 30 tC2V 43/a1111.1) 455 Crystal (tlear)-flane l9)150040

40 40984 4qFlll t20 120 CC-?V 4Ielttt.t) 4000 Crystal (thar)-Fkne

15693 40fM/W 12PK CC-2v 43/ollll.l) 390 Pearl(lilhitelJkne150040 120 12t

t8899 40FM/WC0/26PK 120 30 tt2V 4Ia(111.1) 390 Peail lwh¡teJ-fkno l9)150040

40 15894 4of¡¡t/Au t2PK 120 120 tC-zV 43/a (l I 1.1) 1500 AutadqscenÍ+lane

40 1809/ 4qqM/AU t0/2 6PK 120 3t CC-2t/ 43/ellll.l) 1500 Awadesnnt-flane l9)

120 c-/A 3 176.2) 130 Crystal (Cleat) Ghbe120 1500t5 t2985 |SGC l2PK

15 1//20 t50c tt/2 120 60 c-/A 3 (/6.2) 1500 130 Crystal (tleâr) 9bbe 19)

c-7A 3 ï6.4 130 ttystal ltka) Gbbe1500t5 120 10015/89 ISGC 25PK

39931 150C/Vt/ l2PK 120 t /A 3 116.2) 120 Peail lwh¡teJ-Globe120 t500l5

l5 In21 150C/vV C0/2 120 80 c-/A 3 (/6.2) 1500 120 Peatllwh¡n)-Gbbe(9)

t5/92 t50C/W 25PK c.7A 3 (/6.2) 120 Pn¡lflttthite)-ôbbe150015 120 100

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90 Pearl ftilhiteJ-Globe

tlA 3(/6.2) lVa(4t.3) 235 CrystallthuJ4obe150026 120 120t1303 25Gt tzPK

tn22 25GC to/2 120 C-/A 3 (76.2) I 5/a (41.3) 235 t\/stalqhal-Globe(S)60 1500'E

15790 25GC 25PK 120 100 c-lA 3l/6.2) 1%141.3) 1500 235 ûynal(Cleu)-Gbbe

396/9 Z6GC/vv 12PK c-ZA 3 (/6.2) 210 Parl(lilhite)-6lohet500120 120

t7729 250t/W Co/2 c-/A 3 176.2) 210 Pntl ftilhite)-Gbbe l9)60 t50025 120

tà t5793 250C/W 25PK 120 100 c-/A 3 (/t.2) 1500 210 PeatllLhitd-ekbe

4t158 25GC/I C-7A 3 16.21 1 Te 141.3) trynal (tku)-Gbbe4000t20 00

25 40s86 2,GC/WI 120 60 C-|A 3 176.2) I 5/t (41.3) 4000 Peail ûfhin)-Globe

40 t4958 40Gt IzPK 12t 120 C-9 3 l/6.2) I 6/o 141.3) 1500 260 trystallthar)-0lobeqtrq(4)

tmq 400c ct)/2 te 3 (76.2) t Va ßt.3) 260 trystal (Chaffilobe 9UH (4.9)t50040 120 60

40 15/9t 40tC 25PK 120 t00 c.9 3 (/6.2) 1 5/a (41.3) 150t 260 ûynalltha)-Globe10T1(4)

40 12999 4nçC/vv 12PK 120 t20 c.9 sf6.2) 1500 245 Pwrlllltthite)4lobe 80lH (4)

17732 400C,/Ut/ CI)/2 c-9 3 178.2) 245 Pnil üllhite)-Globe 9ffH 149)t50040 120 8A

40 t5795 40GC/W 25PK 120 100 c.9 3 (/6.2) t500 245 Pnrl(White)-Gbbeq0Tq(4)

40 43155 40CC/L 12û 60 c4 3 (/6.2) 1 Va (4t.3) 4000 trysral ltkal-Gbbe RtrH ø)

120 60 c-e 3 l/6.2) î To 141.3)40 13039 4nGC/WL 4U00 Peail lwhite)-âlobe 80lH 14)

Crystal (Clea!-ûlobe R?fH ø,5)1500120 6060

t500DU 120 60 Peail (White)-Gbhe 80fH ß,9)

te 316.2) t%/41.3123091 00tt co/2

tg 3 176.21 I s/a 141.3)23093 600C/Vt/ Co/2

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Gl8 1 / z, G25, G30 Bulb ShapesWattage Range: 25 - 60 fr

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15 14955 25G181þ/W t2PK 120 120 C-9 3Yß (90.5) 1500 220 Sptayedlt/lhin)4lobe

25 1450/ 25018t/2/W 120 120 t-9 3e/n(90.8 t500 220 SprayedlWhite)-Gkbe

Ê18 t/z Diameter 2 5/t6 " (69 - Mediun Base

G25 Diameter 3 t/a " - Mediun Base Fþ. I

G30 Dianeter 3 3/a " (95 nn) - Mediun (826,/24) Base fE. 2

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60 14848 60025//V 6PK t20 24 C-9 4tþ(114.3) 2ß/tol/46) 1500 660 Pearl(llthite)-Globe

6t 20428 t0G25/W.24 120 24 t-9 4 tþ (1 143) 2 b/n l/4.6) 1500 660 PeðrllWh¡te)4obe

t4846 80025 6PK 120 24 t9 4tþ(lt4.3) 2t,/tol/46) t500 Cryshl (tleai-Çkhe60

60 2042/ 6002524 120 24 ts 4tþ(114.3) 2ß/to(/46) 1500 trysbl ltlea!-ekbe

4t 23521 40G25/SPK 12t 24 t-9 4 tþ (il4.3) t500 Solt Pink-lìlohe

40 20420 40025/t//1.24 120 24 t9 4tþ(il4.3) 4000 325 PearllWhin),$kbe

40 20419 40G25/L-24 120 24 c.9 4 tþ1il4.3) 4t00 360 ttysÍal(tlea!-9kbe

40 16740 40G25/Vt/ CPK 120 6t c-9 4 tþ (il4.3) t500 370 Pearl lwhite)-[hbe

40 t29/9 40G25/Vy tPK 120 24 t9 4tþ(1t4.3) t5t0 3/0 Pearl lwh¡þ)-qkbe

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20422 40C25/41/-24

2104/ 40G25/AU 6PK

t6/37 40G25 tPK 120 80 C-9 4 Vz 11 t4.3) 1500 410 ttystallÇha|-0bbe40

40 12980 40G25 6PK 120 24 cs 4tþ(114.3) t500 410 trystal(thu)-Gbbe

40 20416 40G25.24 120 c-9 4 tþ 11 14.3) t500 410 Crwtal l1hail-ûbbe24

25 20410 25G25/Wl-24 t20 24 ts 4tþll14.3) 2ß/to(/4.6) 4000 I /0 Pnil Mhite)-0kbe

25 20408 25025124 t20 24 C-9 4 tþ U 14.3) 2 6/n (/4.6) 4000 185 CrynallÇhu) flobe

'Et6/36 25025/4/y CPK 120 60 c-9 4 tþ1t14.3) 1500 lS0 Pnrlþfhin)-Çbbe

25 12982 25025/Vv 6PK t20 24 c.9 4 tþ 1il4.3) 1500 190 Pnl (white)-Gbbe

25 203/9 25G25/W.24 t20 24 t9 4tþ(t14.3) t50t lS0 Pearl(lilhite)-0bbe

16/35 25025 îPK t20 60 C-9 4 tþ ll 14.3) 2 ß/n l/4.6) 1500 2lt Crynalltlear)-Çlobe

25 12983 25G25 6PK t2t 24 C-g 4 tþ ll 143) 2 ß/to (/4.61 t500 210 trystall,ht) Gbbe

25 20405 2502t24 120 24 C-9 4 tþ (l 14.3) 2 ß/n14.6) 1500 210 CtystallClea)-Globe

60 t4850 60G30/!1/ 6PK 120 24 CC-9 5 (124 3 t/a l/9.4) 2500 Putl lilhite)-Globe. ßuail Pack

60 13955 60G30/W t20 24 CC'9 5(12/) ?t/s]s.4) 2500 Pearl lWhite)-Gkbe

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G40 Diameter 5 " (127 nn)- Mediun (826/24) Base FE. /

HXl0 t/2 Diameter I 5/to " - Candelabra Rase

ST9 t/z Diameter I 3/to " (30 nn)- Candelabra Base

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15 39625 25G40 120 24 ct6 6lyß1176.2) 2500 235 Ctys¡al(tlear)-Çkbe

25 39626 25ç40,/vy 120 24 tt6 6rs/n(t/6.2) 2500 215 Pnrl(rlhite) Gkbe

40 37914 40G40 t20 24 cc'6 61Vt6 (l/6.4 2500 440 tryNal(Char)-Gkbe

4t 36191 40G40/W 6PK 120 6 tC-6 6lVnlt/6.4 2500 400 Pea¡l(White)-Ghbe

40 36192 40G40/W 130 24 cc6 6t5/ß1t76.2) 2500 400 PnrlflLrhite) Gbbe

40 43423 40040/L 120 24 Ct6 6tVrc(1/6.4 4000 415 Crysbl (Chil)-Ghbe

60 4U25U 60t;40 t20 24 CC-t 6tç/rc1176.2) 2500 /40 Ctystalltleu)-Ghbe

60 t4187 60G40 6PK 120 I CC6 6 t5/r6 ll/6.2) 2500 740 Ctystal ltleil) Ghbe

60 t/03/ 60G40 tPK t20 24 cc-6 6 t5/ß (1/6.2) 2500 740 Crystâl lÇhil)-Gkbe

60 40251 60C40/t1/ 120 24 tC-6 6lVn(176.2) 25U0 680 Peal (Wh¡te)-Gkbe

6t 49/80 60ç40,/yt/ 6PK 120 6 tt6 615/rc (l/6.2) 2500 680 Pnillwh¡te) Ghbe

60 16/4t 60G40,4/t/ tPK t20 24 tC-6 6|Vto11/6.4 2500 680 PHI(Wh¡te)-Gbbe

60 13044 60C40/WL 120 24 tC-6 6 6/rclt/6.2) 4000 640 Pmllflhie)-Çkbe

75 36t93 /5040/W 6PK 120 6 CC 6 6 IVrc ll /6.2) 2500 910 Pnrl(White) 6kbe

100 39851 100G40 t20 24 ct6 6Æ/ß11/6.2) 2500 1380 CtystallCleu)-Gkbe

100 14963 100G40 6PK t20 6 CC.6 6t;/tt 1176.2) 2500 1380 trystallchil) Gkbe

100 170.?B 100G40 tPK t20 24 CC6 6tVrc (l/6.2) 2500 l3B0 Crystalltleil) Gbbe

100 3962/ 100G40/W t20 24 tt6 6tí/tt (l/6.2) 2500 l28t Pearllwh¡te)-çbbe

t00 49781 100040/t/ 6PK 120 6 tt6 6|Vn1176.2) 2500 1280 PmllWt¡te) Gbl)e

100 16/42 100640/W tPK t20 24 CC-6 6tVn(l/6.2) 2500 1280 Pmllwh¡te)-Gkbe

t00 13046 t00040/wr t20 24 tt6 6|Vn1176.2) 4000 1220 Peal (Whtte)-Gkbe

t50 16585 150040/W 120 24 CC 6 615/n ll /6.4 2500 PnrllWhie) Gkbe

25 16453 25CßC C0/2 t20 60 C-tA 4Va(1t7.5) t Ì/a(4/.6) 1500 175 trystalke Qlefl (9)

40 16454 40tnt to/2 t20 60 C-/A 4 5/a (l 1/.5) I //a (47.6) 1500 360 Crystalline ltleu) BDIH l9)

4/931 25Sn t0/2 120 60 CC2l/ 4110l.6) l//el4/.6) 1500 Crystal (tleat)-Stutght ltp. 80lH (9)25

25 4/932 Z,ST,/F t0/2 t20 60 tt2l/ 4lt0l.6) t t/s147.6) 1500 Sat¡n lFßù Srra¡ghr l¡p. 80fH (9)

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PAB56 ùianeter 7 " 78 nn) - Mogul End Prong (GXl6d) Rase 15 I (ûb.b 23304 6.6A/PAß56 100w 12 t6 5 1t27.0) /5 Iens mvet

PAB56 Diameter 7 " (178 nn) - Screw Terminal Base t5 2

Tl0 Diameterlh"(32 - Mediun Prefocus Base Fþ.3

Tl4 Diameter I 3/¿ " - Mediun Prefocus (P28) Base FE.3

6.6 23310 6.6A/PAfl56/5 45W 12 t4 4tþ1t14.3) t000 Stþpled cua

6.6 23295 6.64/noP 45W 60 c-2t/ 3t5/ß1100.0) I t/2ßB.t) 1000 0/5 Cht(l)

Ò.b 23294 6.6A/n0/tP 30w 60 C-2V 3t,/toll00.0) 1 tþ(38.t) t00t 400 Cleull)

b.b 346// 6.6AI14/3P 2l0w 24 ctJ 5y41t46.1) 2yß155.6) 300 Cku (t) lqÊGls

6.6 23300 6.6A/ft4/2P 204W 24 C-tJ 5y4lt46.t) 2In(55.6) 500 tleu ll)

b.b 23298 6.64/n4P 200w 24 C-13 53/t(146.t) 23/10155.6) 4900 tlear (l)

20 234t/ 204/r2o/3 503W 12 c-13 6 1165.1) 2z/tz 16/.5) 50t

T20 lJiameter 2 t/z " - Mediun Bipost (G22) Base (HßÊ)15 4

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PAR38, PAR64, PS40, Tl0, T20 Bulb Shapes

Wattage Range: 45 - 1200

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0PAß38 Dianeter 43/¿ " 121 - Mediun Skirted (826,t50X39) Base (HßG)15 Fþ. I

PAß64 DianeterS"(203 - Screw Terninal Base I

45 t593/ 45P4fr38/6.6 6.64 t2 C6 55/to (134.9) 800 Flood

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6 t2 3000t20 393s5 t2qPAn t6 4(101.6)

620 21950 62qPS40P 120 24 c-9 10t/n 1255.6) 5 rr¡6 1144.5) 3000 11200 Char

620 2t952 620P540P t30 24 C'9 101/n Q55.6) ítt/tt 1144.5) 3000 I 1200 tlear

PS40 DianeterS"(127 Prefocus Base

Tl0 Diameter I th " (32 nn) - Mediun Prelocus (P28) Base Fþ.440 t5921 4|ftqP I2t 60 fl:.2v 3 I tþ 138.t) 1000 Cha (t)

T20 Diameter 2 t/z " (63 nn) - Mediun

T20 Dianeler 2 t/z "

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500 2t835 5o0r2o/13 120 12 c-130 7 tþ (190.5) 3 16.2) 500 10300 Cleu Runn 140,89,99)

1000 22429 1M/T20RP 120 t2 t 13 s tþ 124t.3) 4 1t01.6) 500 22000 tlear-Reacon (1)

120t 22524 1200120 I t5 l2 tt? Itþp4t.3) 41t01.6) 750 29600 thar-Rmnn(1./3,99)

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Multiple Street Lighting lamps

Unless otherwise indicated, GE Multiple StreetLighting Lamps will operate in any burning position,but lumen maintenance is best when burned verticallybase up. Nominal lamp wattage is indicated by the firstthree digits in the Description column.

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A23 Dianeter 2 Aa " F3 nn)- Mediun (826,/24) Bras{3 Base Fþ. I

92 t9/95 92423/49 130 t20 C.g 5ß/tolt50.8) qlfulfiI.I) 3000 1225 Cleu

92 1//84 92A23/49 t20 t2t C-9 5 ß/ß (150.81 4//to ll 12.4 3000 1 t85 Char

PS25 Dianeter 3 t/s " - Medium Bras{3 Base 2

PS35 Dianeter 4 3/a " (l I I nn) - Mogul (E39) Rras{S Rase Fþ. 3

189 19939 t89PS25/64 t30 60 C-9 6t5/rc/176.2) 5th(133.4) 3000 2500 Cleu

189 19938 1B9PS25/64 t20 60 ts 6tvrc/1/6.2) 5th(133.41 3000 2St0 Clear

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295 20//2 2S5PS35/58 125 24 tg 9r/a / 3000 40t0 Clear

PS40 Dianeter 5 " Bras{3 Base J

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Extended Group Replacement Multiple Street Lighting Lamps are designed for applications requiring longerlife

A23 Dianeter 2 Ve " (73 nn)- Mediun Brasls Rase Fþ. I

PS25 Dianeter 3 t/e " (79 nn)- Mediun (826,/24) Rras{s Rase Fþ. 2

{e405 2t408 405PS4t/54 120 24 C-9 93/t Qa/.7) 7117/.9) 3000 6850 thar

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Lamps listed by amperes and volts generally areidentifrable by their low voltage ratings (less than 120volts), as well as their ratings in amperes rather thanwatts. They are designed-to perform a broad variety ofprecise lighting tasks, principally in the followingapplicationsi

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PAß38 Bulh Shape

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80 t8179 80PAn/fU27 240/0 t2 cc-6 140 2000 tnt 2650 t50t 35 Clear flnd

80 t8650 80PAfr/fU8/2/ 240/0 t2 tt6 140 Silimne Rlue flood2000

80 t8653 80PAß/qU0/2/ 240/0 12 tî6 140 Silicone Gnen fkod2000

80 18656 80PAn/fUß/2/ 240/0 12 cc-6 140 Silicone fred fkod2000

80 18658 80PAß/fI/rr/2/ 240/0 12 ct6 140 Silhone fellow Flood20t0

100 4002/ tqqPAn/sP/zl 220/0 12 cc-6 140 Char Spot2000 800 2600 3300 20

t00 42il0 100P4fl/SP/21 240/0 12 tc-6 140 Chat Spot2000 800 2600 3300 20

220/0 12 cc.6 140 tlear Flonl2000 800 2600 1500 35t00 38854 100PAß/qU2/

240/0 12 CCô 140 thar fbod2000 800 2600 1500 35t00 42/il t00PAß/fu2/

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cc.6 140 Silicone \rem Flmd2000t00 40029 100PAß/qU0/2/ 220/0 12

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100 cc-6 t40 Silicone Grcm Flood20002t/// ttqPAn/ruq/27 240/0 t2

100 cc-6 t40 Silimre fled Flmd2000207/8 t00PAn/FUn/27 240/0 t2

100 cc8 140 Silimne Yellow fkod200t20//9 100PAfr/Fr/Y/2/ 24A0 U

120 t8t/5 |20PAß/SP/27 2n/0 t2 ct6 140 tlear Spol2000 t200 2675 5500 20

120 t0t77 120PAfl/SP/27 240/0 12 CCô I4O tleu Spu2000 t200 2675 5500 20

120 t81/2 120P4ß/FU27 22t/0 t2 tcô t40 tku Fkod2000 t200 26/5 2300 35

120 t81/3 |20PAß/FU27 240/0 t2 tc-6 t40 Clear fkod2000 1200 2675 2300 35

150 t8/44 t,qPAfl/SP/2l 24 I2 tc-6 t40 Low Volt tleat Spot2000 1400 2/50 5/00 20

150 186/4 l50PAn/fU2/ ctô 140 low Volt tleat flood24 î2 2t00 t400 2750 2500 35

150 40032 t,tPAfl/SP/27 tt6 r40 Char Spot220/0 t2 2000 t350 2650 5600 20

150 40034 l'qPAn/SP/2/ tt6 140 îkar Spot240/0 l2 200t 1350 2650 5600 20

150 40033 tstPAß/fu2l ttô t40 Clear Fkod2000 t350 2650 2450 35220/t t2

150 40035 t,tPAfr/fu27 tc-6 140 Char Flnd2000 t350 2650 2450 35240/0 t2

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300 2t854 300PAÊ56/WF| 230 I2 tt13 t2/ 2000 3450 Wide Flood ( I 1.36, 56, 59)

t867/ 3t0P4fl56/MfL 240/0 t2 tulediun fbod (1 1,36,56,59)300 2000 345ttc-13 t2/

30t 20852 300PAß56/MqL 230 12 tc.t3 127 2000 3450 Mediun fkod ll 1,36,56.59)

300 1t876 1qtPAfrñî/ilSP 240/0 12 CC]3 127 2000 3450 llunw Spn (l 1,36,56,59)

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500 394t4 500PAn64/yyft 230 12 cc.t3 6 1152.4) 200t 2/00 Irttide fbod (4, I 1,56,59)

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General lnformatign

Spectral Energy llistribution

The radiant energy produced by incandescent lampsis distributed in what is called a continuous spectrum.This means that over the entire range of wavelengthsat which energy is emitted, from the near ultravioletinto the far infrared, there are no gaps in thespectrum - no bands or regions or discretewavelengths at which radiation does not occur. Theaccompanying spectral energy curyes show data forlamps commonly used in general lighting service(3000K), and in photographic lighting service(3400K). Curves of this sort are regularly used toshow graphically the distribution of radiant energyfrom all kinds of light sources. Amplitude of theenergy is plotted against wavelength.Much useful information is revealed by spectralenergy curyes. One notes at once that all wavelengthsin the range of emission are present in therepresentative curves shown, but not in equalamounts. Therefore, pigmented ("colored") surfacesapþearas colored surfaces when illuminated by lightfrom incandescent lamps - that is, the wavelengthsthat these surfaces are capable ofreflecting arereflected because they are present in the light thatfalls on them. The curves show, however, that thedistribution of energy across the visible spectrum is farfrom uniform: The energy is relatively weak at theblue end of the spectrum, and increases until it isrelatively strong at the red end.Because of this lopsided distribution of energy, the"warmer" colors (the reds, oranges, and yellows) areemphasized in illumination from incandescent lamps,and the "cooler" colors (the blues and violets) aresubdued. Comparing the two curyes, it will be seenthat the variation in relative energy across the visiblespectrum, although pronounced in both lamps, isconsiderably greater for the 3000K lamp than for the3400K lamp. The more uniform energy distributionof the 3400K lamp is what makes it a "whiter" lightsource than the 3000Klamp.

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Designers often find it useful to know the apparentcolor temperature of an incandescent light source,especially in photographic lighting applications. Thecurye at left expresses the approximate relationshipbetween color temperature and luminous efficacy fora fairly wide range of wattages of gas-filled lamps.Lamp efficiency is frequently published, or it may becalculated from published lumens and wattage. Fromthis value, it is possible to estimate the average colortemperature of the filament.

Lumen Depreciation

Because of filament evaporation throughout life, thefilament of a lamp becomes thinner, and thusconsumes less power. The light output decreases as

the lamp progresses through life because of loweringfilament temperature and bulb blackening. The curveshows the range of depreciation characteristics oftlpical lamp types.

Mortality Curve

Lamp life is based on averages obtained from life-testing many lamps annually. The mortality curve fortypical lamps reflects the progress made in uniformityof life rating of GE lamps. A perfect mortality recordwould be one in which all lamps reached their ratedlife and then burned out. \4¡hat actually happens isthat some lamps fail before they reach rated life andothers burn longer than rated life. Average rated lifeis the operating time at which 50Vo of a large group oflamps burn out and the remainder continues to burn.

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FootnotesBurning position-base dom only

Because bulb coating may become electrically conductive, takeprecaution to avoid electric shock: use in sockets supplied by samevoltage as marked on lamp. Do not install in higher-voltage seriescircuits.

Burning position-horizontal

Do not allow the bulb to be dragged across or to strike a hard surfacesince this action may cause minute cracks. Do not place lamp direcdyover the exposed person unless a protective screen or mesh is l¡etweenlamp and user.

Burning position - base up.

Operate lamp only when bulb is cooled by direct immersion in water,to avoid overheating. Obsene cleaning instructions.

Avoid contact of hot glass bulb with liquid or metal, as glass mayshatter.

Design life in excess of5000 hours. Actual life depends on sewiceconditions.

Base pins approximately parallel to plane of lead wires.

For use only in equipment specially designed to maintain bulb andbase temperatures within safe limits.

Indicates total count of 2lanp packs in shipping units. Multiply by 2to detennine actual quantity of lamps.

Single contact medium bayonet base without pins, with a lug focrrsingsleeve as indicated. LCL and A.A. tolerance; 1/64" (0.4mm).

To protect persons against risk ofbreakage, use a protective screenexternal to the lamp.

Not recommended for hori2ontal burning.

Unsatisfactory lamp operation is likely to occur in burning positionbetween horizontal and base up, particularly between 45o from baseup and base up.

In "base up" use, heat eventually may deteriorate paper-lined or plasticsockets.

Lamp is made of heat resistant glæs (HRG).

Operating position horizontal with locating lug up or down and withlamp supported by bulb rim.

Burn within 25' ofvertically base up.

Recommended burning position: any within 60' of vertically bæe upor dom; but lumen maintenance is best when burned vertically base

up.

May not give satisfactory performance if any accessory equipment is

attached to or touches the glass bulb. The bulb, although made ofheat-resistant glass, may break if moisture falls on it.

Lamp base is a brass base (BB).

To produce all three levels of light, this lamp should be tightenedfirmly but not forcibly in the socket to assure that all contacts areconnected.

For use only in porcelain sockets and fixtures so designed that thetemperatures of the lamp and fixture do not exceed limits forsatisfactory operation.

Average laboratory life is 200 hours for vacuum cleaners and 600hours for sewing machine seruices.

Bulb top selected for minimum glass imperfections.

This 277-volt lamp should be enclosed if it is used on high-capacity lowimpedance electrical distribution systems. At the end of lamp life onsuch systems, the lamp may shatter, with risk of injury to persons orproperty if it is not suitably enclosed.

Light output is maintained best when burned within 45" ofverticallybase up.

May not give satisfactory pedormance if any accessory equipment is

attached to or touches the glass bulb.

Should not be used in equipment where the base temperature willexceed 500'F (260"C)

Should be shielded against moisture falling on the bulb.

The plane containing the base axis and the major locking eyelet (the

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eyelet that is equidistant from the other two eyelets) is at right anglesto the plane of the filament or lead wires. Distance from bottom bäecontâct to bottom of the collar is .406.

38. Special base. Lead wire to shell soldered at bottom.

39. Tungsten powder cleaner in bulb. Useful lamp life and maintenanceof output depend on periodic removal from socket and rotating toscour bulb wall with tungsten powder to remove dark film thatnormally accumulates.

40. Operatebasedownwithin4Soofvertical. Anytiltshouldbeindirection in which the filament plane faces.

41. Nominal watts. Actual watts are determined by multipþng the voltsby the design amperes.

43. Design volts ofrange: 240

44. Indicates total count of 4lamp packs in shipping units. Multiply by 4to determine actual quantity of lamps.

46. This lamp produces base temperatures which may deteriorate paper-lined or plætic sockets. Use only in fixtures approved for this type andwattage bulb.

41. Teflon@ coated. Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont.

52. Operate bæe up, within 30o ofvertical.

53. Use lamp only on circuits suppþing the same voltage as marked onthe bulb. DO NOT insert in household sockets.

55. Lamp base is a nickel plated brass base (NPBB).

56. Avoid use at short distances on materials that are inflammable orsusceptible to heat damage.

58. For use only with heat-resistant connector ãûd with lamp supported bybulb rim or metal shell of base.

59. For use only with heat-resistant connector and with lamp supported bybulb rim.

61. Muimum Excursion Radius: %" (15.9mm).

62. Wattâge shom is nominal. Design current is 0.139 amps at 120 volts.

64. Designed for base down burning but can be operated in otherpositions. Brightness maintenance is best when filament is viewedhorizontally or from below when lamp is burned in any position otherthan base down.

66. Rated average life is based on l4volt operation.

69. Light center length and A.A. tolerance: 1/16" (1.6mm).

70. Light center length and A.A. tolerance: 1/64" (0.4mm).

71. Burning position - plane through lamp axis and base terminals is

horizontal.

72. Burning position - plane through lamp axis and base prongs is

horizontal. Base is without insulator.

73. Collector grid.

74. High Intensity (Supplementary Lighting) lamps should be replacedonly with an equivalent lamp having correct volts and watts for thefixture used. Substituting higher wattage lamps may cause damage tofixture.

76. Burn base down to horizontal.

78. Use only in fixtures rated for Cool Beam lamp operation.

80. Do not use lamp in application where it may be exposed to directwater splash. Iflamp is used outdoors, it must be protected by anenclosed fixture or an overhang. Failure to properly protect the lampcan result in premature failure of the lamp.

83. Will operate in arry burning position, but fixed-socket usage otherthan base up or continuous burning in any position in ambienttemperatures above 150"F (66C"), may result in some loss ofprotective coating. Reflectors and accessories may raise bulbtemperature and cause some loss of protective coating.

88. If lamp is cracked or broken, replace immediately. The lamp maycontinue to light, but the inner bulb is pressurized and couldunexpectedly shatter. Dispose of with care.

89. Insertion in "twist-in" type sockets requires only a slight clockwise turn- excessive force may break the bulb.

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92. IAMP SHOULD BE SCREWED FIRMLYINTO THE SOCKET,ALTHOUGH NOT FORCIBLY so that it will not loosen and fall oulUSE I-{MP-GRIP SOCKETS OR WIRE GUARDS where vibration is

presenì, particularlyiflamp is used above or close to people. DONOTATTEMPT TO USE THE IAMP IFTHE FITAMENT HAS BEENBR.OKEN even though ends of filament are in contact. Also, HAVECIRCUITS PROPERLYFUSED. DO NOT USE IF GI.ASS ISCRACKED.

93. Use only in swimming pool fixtures that comply with applicable safetystandards and codes.

94. Obsewe operating and exposure limitations stâted on packagingmaterial, fìxture and/or instruction booklet enclosed.

95. Do not use in hazardous locations such as near gæoline or othercombustible materials or vapor.

96. Under moist conditions, metal parts of lamp and lampholder maybecome a shock hazard. Therefore, disconnect from circuit beforetouching.

91. While this lamp wæ carefully inspected before shipment, the glass

bulb may crack when subjected to abnomal pressure. Therefore, it is

recommended that the bulb be gmsped with a cloth or glove whenremoving or instålling the lamp in a tight-fitting socket.

99. Foruse only in equipment designed forlamps ofthis type andwattage, having ventilation adequate to maintain bulb and bæetemperatures within safe limits.

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Why is Halogen better?

InventedbyGE Lightingin 1952 halogen lampsprovide the user with a small, higtrly efficient whitelight source. Unlike standard incandescent lamps,halogen lamps use halogen gas which allows the bulbsto burn more intenselywithout sacrificing life. Theresult is lamps with higher lumen per watt (lpw)ratin5 than the standard incandescent alternatives.Depending on the specific lamp design, the benefitsfiom halogen as compared to ordinary incandescentalternatives* include energy savings, longer life,whiter light, better beam control, and morecompact sources.

How does Halogen work?

Halogen vapor present in the lamp combineswith particles of tungsten that have evaporatedfrom the filament and redeposits them on thefilament.

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Halogenlß"First used on a lamp by GE in 1983, Halogen-IRretains all the benefits of standard halogen but iseven more efficient. Halogen-IR is the mostefficient halogen lamp available. In addition tousing the halogen cycle noted in the diagrambelow, Halogen-IR uses a high-temperaturereflective film called "Power-IR Film" to coat theinner lamp and trap wasted invisible infrared inthe lamp. This redirected infrared heats thefilament to produce more visible light, resultingin efficiency gains over standard halogen of up to40%. 'fhis not only saves on lighting expense,but it also reduces air conditioning loads, re-duces fading of sensitive objects, and allows GEengineers to develop longer-life products withoutreducing light output. You get the same crispwhite light, beam control and compactness ofstandard halogen.

ATTENTION: This brand-name cross reference-chart is

provided only as a quick reference. Other lamp companybrand listings may only represent a near equivalent, versusan identical match to GE Lighting brands. Individual lampmanufacturers' per{ormance specifications should beconsulted. Lamp performance may be affected byenvironmental conditions, ballast type and/or otherauxiliary equipment.

How does Halogen-lE work?

Electrical current as well as redirected infraredenerg'y heat the filament. Less input power isnecessary to keep the filament hot.

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Halogen Display lamps - Precise*Precise lamps a.. iow wattage tungsten halogenreflector-mounted lamps popular for down-lighting and accent lighting applications becauseof their small size, preclse beam control, highefficacy (compared to standard incandescent),excellent white light and cool beamcharacteristics.A Precise lamp comprises a small halogen lowvoltage filament tube permanentþ cemented intoa one-piece, dichroic-coated all glass reflector.Ihe patented Multi-Mirror* reflector designproduces a "precise" beam pattern with excellentuniformity and sharp beam cut-off. The reflectoris ellipsoidal in shape. The filament is preciselyaligned by computer along the optical axis of thereflector during the manufacturing process to .

achieve the required beam pattern.Precise lamps are available in two sizes - theMR16 and the more compact MRll - and inwattages ranging from 20 watts to 75 watts.Beam patterns range from very narrow spotsto wide floods.

Operating [llotes

Low voltage tungsten-halogen lamps are sensitiveto voltage variations. Even a small change involtage can have a considerable impact on lamplife. Designers should match fixture transformerratings to actual line voltages to ensure that thelamps operate at as close to 12 volts as possible.Rapid cycling can also shorten lamp life, anddesigners should take advice from their GELighting representative before using these lampsin flashing or blinking applications.The lamps may be dimmed by reducing voltage.However, this may cause the bulbs to blacken. Ifthis occurs the lamp should be run at full voltage(12 volts) for fifteen minutes, thereby clearingthe problem. Note that the nature of low voltagelighting systems requires the use of fluorescent-type dimmers. Lamp can be operated on AC orDC currents.

Preciseru MBll Lamps

Ultra-compact lamp fits low-profile fixtures.o Delivers the same lighting impact as compar-

able MRl6lamps.o LonB life (3500 hours) cuts lamP and

maiñtenance costs and is especially suited foruse in hard-to-reach areas.

o Available with 20- and 35-watt filaments.

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20 30/54 AqMntUSPtS" tqPK 12 20 Cô I 3/a (35) 3500 2900 1/60 17 Spot ll32J ANSI: FtC

20 30755 AqMßtUilSPlq" 10PK 12 20 Ct$ I 3/e 135) 350t 2900 5500 l0 llarnw Spot (132) ANSI: fIR

20 30//3 AqMntuilfl3]" tnPK 12 20 Cô 1Ial35) 3500 2900 600 30 I'lunw Flood ll32) Al'lSI: FI]

35 307/4 035Mfr11/5P20" l1PK 12 20 tô I 3/s 135) 3500 290t 3t00 20 Spot 1132) ANSI: ftf35 30/60 03'MntUilSPg" tqPK 12 20 CG$ lIsl?,) 3500 2900 9000 8 ltarow Spot (132) AlrlSl: fl[

t4 t 3/t 135) 350035 30890 035¡tfrll/ilf130" 10PK 12 20 290t 1300 30 llunw Fkod ll32) AlrlSl: FIH

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Constantâolor* Precise* Mß16 lamps

For consistent color quality and longest liÍeGE's exclusive ConstantColor reflector coatingmeans consistentþ high-quality lighting, lamp tolamp, throughout life.GE's ConstantColor Precise lamp will delivercrisp white light with no color shift for the ratedlife of the lamp.o Consistent white light throughout lifeo No color shift throughout lifeo No discoloration at edge of beamo No discoloration of reflectoro No ofÊhuesHigh lunen maintenance over lamp liÍeo No lumen loss due to coating degradation.

Over 88% maintained light over rated lamplife. The ConstantColor coating stands thetest of time.

lVow up to 5000-hour lanp lileNew permanent ConstantColor reflector coatingallows GE to build lamps that last 5000 hours(5O-watt types).

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J5 : 20841 0/5Mnl6/t/l\fL25" lqPK 12 20 llanw Fkod (132)

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422tt030504U002t/5 tô l//aØ6)20840 0/5Mn16/t/f140" 10PK 12

llunwSpu Il32J

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t4120003050400020/5 t-6 I //s146)20843 0/5Mnl6/CItSPt5" tqPK 12

Mde fbod (132)

ANSI: fllV

I 150 553050500t50 tô t th(a6)20832 050Mn16/t/vvfl55" t0PK 12 20

AllSl: EXK

24503050500t50 32 llunwfkodllS2)C6 t //eH6)20834 050Mn16/CItfr30" tqPK 12 20

llunw fbod 1132/

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2734003050500050 t6 I //aH6)20835 050Mn16/t4tfr25' tnPK 12 20

fbod lt32)

AllSl: fXtl

40t8503050500050 t6 I //aH6)20833 050Mfl16/C/fr40" 10PK 12 20

llaruw Spu 1132)

AItlSl: fXt14t02003050500050 tô I //t(46)20839 050Mn16/t/ilSPt5" tqPK 12 2t

llanow fkod (132)

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2/24003000500042 t4 l//a(a6)20028 042Mn16/t/ilf125' tqPK 12 20

AllSl: fZlt31003000350042 I Very Nanow Spot 1132)tt6 I //aH6)20030 042Mß16/t/vilsp9' tqPK 12 20

fbod ll32)

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40t6003000400035 tô I //o(46)20025 ß5Mnt6/t/f140" ttPK t2 20

NatrowSpot (132)

AllSl: fßR

t287003000400035 t4 1//aß6)2082/ ß5Mn16/tI,tSPt2" tqPK 12 20

Spil (132)

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flood 1132)

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40525290040002t C6 I ì/aß6)20814 020Mß16/t/Fr40" 10PK 12 20

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Halogen Lamps 2'4

Constantãolor" Drecise* Cover Glass Lamps

The advantages of'ConstantColor Precise plus aglass lens to maintain efficiency

Bulb/refledor protected during replacement. Cover glass eliminatei fingerprints on bulb

and reflector alea, which carreduce lightoutput. Cover glass also reduces the possibilityof damage and guards reflector againstcareless handling.

A cleaner hulb lor more lighto Bulb and reflector are protected from dust and

dirt, which can substantially reduce lightoutput over the life of the lamp.

o Clear glass lenso Retains the optical advantages of precise lamps.

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Mß16 Dianeter 2" (51 nn) 2-Pin (GU5.3) Base, Constantûolof'lãover Glass - Cool Rean ßellector - Carded

20 20858 020Mfl16/C/C0/t'tSPt5" tqPK t2 20 t6 I t/a(46) 4000 2900 3350 l3 llanw Spu. thu glass

pnuuive hns 1132) AlrlSl: ISX

20 2085/ 0204,1ß16/C/C0/f140" l0PK 12 2u t-6 I 7/s146) 400t 2900 490 40 fkod. tlear glæs pronnive len

lt32) AilSt: gAR

35 20860 035Mß16/C/q0/5P20" 10PK 12 20 t6 17/oþ61 4000 3000 Jb15 20 Spot. tlea glas pronuive lens

(t32) AltSl: fBA

35 20864 0351tflt6/C/t0/t'tsPt2' tqPK 12 20 t6 I//tH6) 4000 3000 809t l2 llanw Spot. Cha glass

pnuuive hns 1132) ANSI: Ffr9

35 20859 0354tfr16/t[G/f140" tqpK 12 20 C-6 I 7/0146) 4000 3000 1490 40 fkod. tkar glass proanìve hns

ll32) AIVSI: fh4lil

50 208/2 050Mnt6/t/t0lvsp15" 10pK 12 20 t6 I7/oH6) 50t0 3050 9500 t4 Alarnw Spa. tlea glass

pnrect¡ve hß (132) Allsl: En

50 2080/ 050Mfl16/t/tq/wfL40" 10PK 12 20 t4 I //0146) 5000 3050 1 72t 40 fkod. tlea glas pronurve hns

(132) AttSl: EXt't

5t 2087t 050Mnt6/t/t04tfL25" t1PK t2 20 C-6 t 7/s(46) 5000 3050 3160 27 Narow fkod. tleu glass

pnteuive lens (132) AltlSl: fXZ

50 208/0 050Mßt6/t/t04tfL30" 10pK t2 20 Cô I //0146) 5000 3050 2280 Nanow fkod. tkar glass

pnnuive lens ll32) AllSl: IXK

50 20865 050MR16/C/CG/Wq\55" 10PK t2 20 C-8 lÌ/aØ6) 5000 3050 10t0 55 Mde fbod. tlear glass

pnteu¡ve hß (132) Allsl: FltlY

/5 208/6 075Mnt6/C/tG/tVSPt5" 10PK t2 20 tô I //t(46) 4000 3050 1t200 12 llarow Spu. Clea glæs

pronnive hns (132) AllSl: tlf75 208/3 0/5Mß16/C/tÊ/ft40" 10pK t2 20 Cô I 7/e146) 4000 3050 1950 42 fbod. tha glax pntectile lens

1132) AAISI: tYC

/5 208/4 0/5Mq16/C/CÊ/NFL25" tqPK 12 20 C-6 I 7/a146) 4000 3050 4560 25 ltlarnw flood. tku glass

pnred¡ve hß ll32) ANSI: [fJ

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Twist And Lock (TAI) lanpsA new addition to GE Lighting's halogen productoffering is the TwistAnd Lock (TAL) base andlampholdeç which both simpli$' lamp installationand provide a rugged mechanical bond betweenlamp and lampholder. TwistAnd Lock describesthe movement required to mount the lamp.Electrical contact is made only after mechánicallocking has been achieved, with the overall resultof mechanical and electrical simplicity and safety.

All TwistAnd Lock lamps use the GE ConstantColoi-dichroic coating and are enclosed by a thick coverglass lens. TAL lamps are suitable for open (non-enclosed) fixtures, like PAR lamps.

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65 30897 65Mß16/0/40"/il 12 l0 c-B 2 150.5) 3.500 3000 t,600 38 FlndllS2)

Dþ 30938 65Mß16/o/20"/ft 12 t0 c8 2 150.5) 3.500 3000 5,000 l8 Spü1132)

85 30898 65Mnt6/0/t2"/TL t2 t0 c-8 2 (50.5) 3,500 3000 I t5t0 12 llarnwSpn(|32)

50 30935 50Mnt6/9/60"/ft t2 l0 c-6 2 (50.5) 3.500 3000 630 60 Wide Fbod (132)

50 30899 50Mß16/440"/ft l2 t0 c6 2 150.5) 3,500 3000 38 Flood ll32)

30900 50Mnt6/0/20"[r t2 IO c-6 2 (50.5) 3.500 3000 3,330 2l llanw fkod ll32)50

50 30901 50Mnt6/0/r0"/rL t2 l0 c-6 2 (50.5) 3.500 3000 10,800 l0 llurowSpullS2)

Jþ 30934 35Mß16/A40"/TI l2 t0 c6 2 (50.5) 3.500 2900 8/0 38 flood (132)

2E 30933 35Mnt6/0/20"I1 t2 t0 c-6 2 (50.5) 3,500 2900 3,240 18 Spot (132)

35 30932 35Mß16/0/B"IL 12 IO c6 2 150.5) 3.500 2900 8,100 I Veryl'lønwSpu(132)

20 30931 20Mfrt6/0/35"/tL t2 IO t6 2 (50.5) 3.500 2900 45t 36 Flood ll32)

20 30920 20Íúnt6/0/25"/TL t2 l0 c.8 2 (50.5) 3.500 2900 900 24 llunw fbod ll32)

20 3092/ 2044ß16/0/11"Ir t2 IO cô 2 150.5) 3,500 2900 4500 I 1 Alarow Spot (132)

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MBl6 Diameter 2" (51 nn)- 2-Pin (GX5.3) Base - Cool Rean ßeflector Fþ. I5t 43948 050Mßlt([PZ) 10P 13.8 20 CCô 13/t4a.5) l00t 3150 9000 t4 0ßpky/MicnÍiln.

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20 14789 U0Mnt6/NSPt5" tqPK 12 20 Cô t t/t146) 3000 2900 3600 13 |latrowSwt 1132) ANSI: fSX

20 14942 A0Mß16/VilSPr tqPK t2 20 tC-6 I t/eþî) 3000 29t0 82t0 / Very ltlanow Spor (132) Al'l9l: EZX

2t 14790 û20Mnt6/f140" toPK t2 20 C6 t //t148) 4000 2900 525 40 flood ll32) Al'lSI: BAR

35 t9983 ß5Mnt6/5P20" tqPK t2 20 tô I t/0146) 4000 3000 3s00 20 Spot ll32) AllSl: fflA

35 19982 035Mfrt6/ilSPt2" 10PK t2 20 Cô I 7/sH6) 4000 30t0 8100 12 l\aratr Spot ll32) AIISI: ffr?

35 19984 ß5Mnt6/fr40" 10PK t2 20 cô t hH6) 4000 30t0 t600 40 flood ll32) AIISI: FÃllil

42 t4!145 042Mnt6/VilSP9" t0PK 12 20 tC-6 I t/o(40) 3500 3000 13100 9 Very Alurow Spil 1132) Allsl: EZf

42 14785 042Mßt8/tVfL25" 10PK t2 20 t6 r 7/oH6) 4000 30t0 2400 27 l,lanø,rr fkod ll32) AllSl: IYS

5t 1478/ U50Mnl6I,lSP15" lqPK 12 20 t6 t /þH6) 4000 3050 10200 14 llatrow Spot /132) AllSl: fXT

50 t4788 050Mnt8/fI4U' t]PK t2 20 C-6 I Ì/sH6) 4000 3050 lB50 4t flood. ll32) AIISI: EXN

50 3985/ 050Mß16/fU1/tNL lqPK t2 20 Cô I 7/0146) 4000 3050 2325 32 Nanowfkod ll0S, l32)Al,lSl:[NI

50 16634 050Mnt6/ilf130" 10PK 12 20 tô I //oH6) 4000 3050 2450 32 ìlanowfkodllS2)AllSl:FXK

50 t4793 050Mnt8/ilf125" 10PK t2 20 t6 I 1/e(ail 4000 3050 3400 2/ llarow fbod ll32) AIISI: tXZ

50 18/10 050Mßlt/wft55" lqPK 12 20 C-6 I //s146) 4000 3050 il50 55 Wtde fkod ll32) AllSl: fl'l[

75 t4795 0/5Mnt6/il5P15" t]PK 12 20 tô I //t146) 4000 3050 12000 14 l'lurow Spot ll32) AIISI: tYF

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Compact Halogen and Compact Halogenl?*PAB lanpsUltra+onpact size delivers hig lighting punch

Ultra-compact size provides the flexibility tocreate unique lighting designs with smaller, lessobtrusive, upscale fixtures, without sacrificinglight output or color. These lamps are perfectfor designing recessed and accent lighting thatwill not detract from aesthetic appeal.Compact Halogen and Halogen-IR lamps allowyou to upgrade existing 1Z0-volt R20 and R30sockets by retrofitting with compact HalogenPAR lamps of equal wattage, and get a significantincrease in light intensity without the cost ofadding new fixtures. Cool Beam versions areavailable for even greater design flexibility.

Halogenlß advantages

The Halogen-IR PAR30 option offers 50Vo longerlife than regular PAR30lamps andSSVo morelight than the standard 5O-watt halogen PAR30.

PAR20, PAR30, Bulb Shapes

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PAß20 Dianeter 2t/2" - Mediun lVickel Plated Brass Basetta (HB0)1ffi Ftg. I

PAß30 Dianeter 3Tí'(95 nn)- Mediun (826,/24) lllickel Plated Brass Baselta (HAe|00 ¡r. t5t l/866 50PAß20/H/NSP10" 130 t5 tt9 3t/a(/9) 2000 560 2800 6000 l0 Halosm¡lanwSpu.(56,80,88)

5t 1/864 50PAß20/H/NSP10" t20 t5 ttg 3t/a(/9) 2000 560 2800 6000 l0 Halognl,lørowsp0t(56,80,88)

tt9 3 t/a(79) 200t 560 2800 1850 26 Halogen Cool Eean llatow Fhod

(78,80,88)

t550 t9706 50PAn2t/C8/H/tVfL25" t1o

tt9 3t/o(/9) 2000 560 2800 1850 26 Halogn Cul 9nn llunw fhod

(/8,8488)

l550 t9705 50P4fr20/CB/HltfL25" 120

t/868 50P4fr20/HltFt25" 130 l5 CC-q 3 t/a (/9) 2000 560 2800 1850 26 Hal1gen Narí^w fk1d (80,88)50

50 t7B6/ 50P4fr20/H/ilF125" 120 15 Ct8 3 t/a (/9) 2000 560 2800 1850 26 Halosen Nunw fkod. 180.t8)

50 I/912 ,OPAfr2O/SP/HAI 6PK 120 Jb tt 8 3 t/a (/9) 2000 560 2800 6000 lt Hal1gen Sp\t (56.80,88)

50 22392 50PAß20/qUHAL 6PK 120 tt8 3 t/a (/9) 2000 560 2800 lg50 26 Halogm fbod (56,80,88/

75 18056 75PAß30/H/il5P11" 130 15 Ct? 3 s/a lS2.l) 2000 I 100 2850 15000 I I Halaen Nunw Spzt. /56.80.88)

1575 18055 75PAffi0/H/NSP11" 120 CC9 35/s(92.1) 2000 1100 2850 15000 II Halogmllurowsplt (56.80.88)

75 19/08 /5PAß30/tB/H/ilF125" 130 15 Halogen Cool Sean llarow Flood.

(56./8,80,88)

Ct 8 3 5/8 (52. I) 2000 I 10t 2850 3500 27

75 t9/0/ /5PAß30/t8/H/Nfr25" t20 15 tC-| 3 5/s (92.1) 2000 1 100 2850 3500 2/ Hakgen Cnl Rean I'larcw Fhod.

, 158./8,80,80)

CtB 35/s(92.1) 2000 1100 2850 3500 2/ Hakgen llønwfkod(56,80,88)/5 18058 75PAffi0/H/Nft25" 130 15

15 tt9 3 5/s (92.il 2000 I 100 2850 3500 27 Haksen llilnrv fb1d 156,80,88)/5 1805/ /5PAffit/H/NfL25" 120

15 tC8 3s/a(52.1) 2000 1100 2850 2500 ,36 HaksenFlud.(56,80.88)/5 18060 /5PAffi0/H/f135" 130

15 CC8 3 5/s (52.1) 2000 1 100 285t 2500 36 Hahsen Flmd. (56.80.88)/5 18059 /5PAß30/H/ft35" 120

15 tC8 3s/a(52.1) 3000 1000 285t 19500 / Halogen-lßl'larowsp0t.(56,80,88)50 21534 50PAß30/H1B/NSP/" 130

15 tC-B 3Ia(52.1) 3000 1000 285t 19500 / Haksenlßllarowsp0f.l56,80,88)5t 19902 ,qPAfr1q/Htn/NSPr 20

15 CC8 3 5/s (52. l) 3000 1000 285t 40t0 23 Hahsen-lß I'1. flood 156,80,88)50 21533 50PAfr30/Hln/AtfU5" 130

15 [C-8 3 5/s (52.il 3000 1000 285t 4000 23 Hakgen-lß lV. fl00d (56.80,88)5t 19901 50PAß30/Htn/AtfL25" 120

1550 19903 50PAß30/Htn/fß5" 130 tC-9 3 Ta (52.1) 3000 1000 2850 2400 33 llakgenLß Fkod. 156,80.88J

155t 19900 50PAß30/Htfr/f135" 120 tC-9 3 ¡/a (52.il 3000 1000 2850 2400 33 Haksen-lß fkod. 15â,80.88)

1550 l/8/0 50PAß30/H/NSPil" 130 tt9 3 W (92.1) 2000 610 2800 10500 11 Hakgen I'larnw Sp1t. (56.80,88)

50 1/869 50PAß31/H/NSP1|" 120 t5 tC-9 3 5/s (92.1) 2000 6/0 2800 10500 I 1 Halogen ¡lunw Sp1r. 156,80,88)

50 1S/t0 50PAm0/c8/HltFL25' 130 t5 ttq 35/a(92.1) 2000 6/t 2800 2/00 24 Halogen tool Bean llarow flood

156,78,80,88)

50 19/09 50PAn0/C8/H/ilF125" 120 15 ttg 3w(s2.il 2000 670 2800 2/00 24 Halogm tool Bean llarnw fkod

(56,/8,t0,88)

5t 178/2 50PAß30/H/NFL25" 130 tC-9 3 W (52.1) 2000 6/0 2800 2/00 24 Halogen ¡larnw fkod. (56,80,88)t5

50 1/8/1 50PAß30/H/N,L25" t20 tt9 3 5/s 192.U 2000 6/0 2800 2/00 24 Halogen llønw Flnd. 156,80,88)t5

50 1/8/4 50PAß0/H/q135" t30 t5 tt9 35/s(92.4 200t 6/0 2800 1600 36 Halogn Flnd.156,80,88)

50 1/873 50P4ffi0/H/f135' 120 tt9 3 5/s (92.1) 2000 6/0 2800 1600 36 Halosm H00d 156,80,88)t5

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PAR38 Dianeter 4i/q" (l2l nn) Mediun Skirted (826/50x39) (HBG)|5 F¡9. 2

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198/3 35P4ffi6/H/VwSP5" t2 12 C-6 2 Y4 l/0) 4000 250 3000 25000 5 Very llarow Spor

35 198// 35P4ffi6/H/WfL30" t2 12 C-6 2Itl/0) 4000 250 3000 900 30 Wide Fhod

19879 50PAß36/H4VSP8" 12 t2 C-6 2ItI0) 4000 400 3050 11000 I NarowSpot50

50 19878 50P4ffi6/H/VNSP5' 12 12 C-6 2 ¡/t (/0) 4000 400 3050 40000 5 l/ery llunw Spot

C-6 2 Y4 (/0) 4000 400 3050 1300 30 lltide flood50 t9BB0 50P4fr36/H/WFr30" 12 t2

45 tC-î 5 s/rc ll35) 2000 540 2800 880t I 1 Sp1ltght. 156, 88, 96)16228 4,PAn/H/SPtf 120 12

45 t6229 4,PAq/H/SP| t' CC-î 5 5/ß /135) 2000 540 2800 8800 I 1 Spotltghr. 156, 88, 96)t30 12

45 cc.8 5 ¡/n (t35) 2000 540 2800 8800 I 1 Spotltght. (56. 88, 96)1/4/0 4íPAî/SP/HA| 6PK 120 6

45 cc.B 5 ¡/n (t35) 2000 540 2800 I /00 32 fkodlEht. (5t, 88, 96)16230 45PAq/H/F130' 120 12

45 cc.B 5s/n(135) 20t0 540 2800 t/00 32 fk0dlisht(56,88,96)1623t 45PAn/H/f130' 130 t2

45 cc.8 5s/n(135) 2000 540 2000 t700 32 flndlishr(56,88,94t/4/t 45PAq/FUHAL 6PK 120 6

45 CC-q 5 In (135) 2000 540 2800 1 1500 I Nurow Spotltght (56, 88, 96)16232 4'PAB/HIVSP9" 120 t2

45 16236 45P4fl/Hl'tSP9" 130 t2 CC8 5¡/nll35) 2000 540 2800 11500 I lVarowSpotltghr(56,88,96)

tt9 5s/rc1135) 3000 1150 28/5 3650 29 Flmd(56,88,96)60 t8626 60PAß/Htn/F130" 120 t2

ttB 5s/rc1135) 3000 1150 28/5 3650 29 Flnd156,88,96)60 lB62B 60PAß/Hlß/f130" 130 t2

tC-9 5Trcll35) 3000 1150 28/5 18500 l0 Sp0Í156,88,56)60 tB62/ 60PAn/Htß/5P10" 120 12

CC-B 5Tnlt35) 3000 ll50 28/5 18500 l0 5p0t156,88,s6)60 18629 6tPAn/Hlß/5P10" 130 12

60 2094/ 60PAß/Hlß/Wfr55" 120 12 CC-î 5 s/n ll35) 3000 I 150 28/5 1250 53 Wide fbod. 156, 88, 96)

60 20948 60PAß/Htß/Vt/fr55" 13t 12 CC-î 5 ¡/rc (135) 3000 I 150 28/5 1250 53 Wide flood (56, 88, 96)

75 CC-? 5 s/n (135) 2500 l0/0 2850 4000 26 Nunw fhod. (46, 56, 88, 96)2t3B/ /5PAß/H4VqL25" 12t 12

Ct? 55/ß(135) 2500 10/0 2850 4000 2E NurowFhod.146,56,88,96)75 21389 7'PAn/HIvFr2," 130 12

CC-9 5 5h6 (135) 2500 l0/0 2850 18400 I ltlamw Spot. 146, 56, 88. S6)75 21388 l5PAfr/Hl'tSP8" 120 12

CC-g 5 s/ß 1135) 2500 10/0 285t 18400 I llarow Spot. 146, 56, 88. S6)75 21390 75PAß/HI'|SP8" l1t 12

90 t330t 90PAq/H/F130" C-8 55he ll35) 2t00 1270 2925 4000 30 Flmd120 12

90 tC-9 5 sha ll35) 200t l2l0 2925 4000 30 FImdt3308 90PAR/H/q130" 130 12

90 CC-9 5 sho ll35) 2000 l2l0 2925 4000 30 flndt/45t 90PAn/fuHAr6PK t2o 6

90 CC-q 5 s/n U35) 2000 1270 2925 4000 30 Cool qnn Flmd1/691 S0PAn/CB/H/fl30" r20 12

90 îC-B 5 In (135) 2000 1270 2925 4000 30 Cml Rean flmd1/692 90PAq/C8/H/F130" t30 12

90 CC-| 5 5/ß (135) 2000 1270 2925 18500 10 Sp1t (14, 58. 88. 96)13309 90PAq/H/5P10" 120 t2

90 CC-| 5 5/ß (135) 2000 1270 2925 18500 l0 Sp1t (14, 58. 88, 96)13311 90P4fl/H/SPt0" 130 t2

90 CC8 5 5/ß (135) 2000 1270 2925 18500 10 Sp1t (14, 56, 88, 96)I/45T qTPAfl/SP/HALqPK 120 6

90 Ct8 55/ß (135) 2000 12/0 2925 18500 10 tool qnn Spott/693 90PAq/CB/H/SP|0' 120 t2

90 t|g 55/ß ll35) 2000 1270 2925 18500 l0 tnl Bun Spot1/69/ 90P4fl/C8/H/SPt0' 130 t2

9t CC'9 5 Tto ll35) 2000 1270 2925 23000 I llarow Spot16582 S0PAfr/H/VSP8" t20 t2

90 CC-î 5 Ttt ll35) 2000 1270 2925 23000 I llar¡lw Spztt6583 S1PAß/H/il9P9" 130 t2

CC-ï 5 5/ß (135) 3000 2000 2925 5500 33 floodtqt 18t31 tt0PAfr/Htfr/fl35" 120 12

CC-ï 5 s/n U35) 3000 2000 2525 5500 33 Flood100 18633 t00PAß/HtÊ/f135" t30 12

CC 8 5 ltt (135) 3000 2000 2925 30000 l0 Spzt100 18635 t00PAn/Htn/sPî0" t20 12

CC-î 5 s/n (135) 3000 2000 2925 30000 10 Sp1t100 18636 t00PAn/Htn/sP10' 130 12

CC-î 55h6(135) 40t0 1125 2900 25000 10 Spot-CuannSuket0nly.(112,120)t50 fi t0/ 0t51PAfl/sPt?' 120 t2

tt9 5s/rc1135) 40t0 1/25 290t 7200 22 fbod-taanitSaket0nly(112,120)150 I 1 108 0150PAfl/F120" 120 12

tt9 5Trc(135) 6000 33/0 2900 52000 l0 Spû Cilanics0ckettnly(112.120)250 237t9 0250PAß/SP|0" 120 12

CC9 55/ß1135) 6000 33/0 2900 12000 22 Flood-CaanhSmket0nlylll?.120)250 23/t8 0250PAß/F120" 120 12

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2 9 Halogen Lamps

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PAß56 Diameter 7" 78

PAß 56, PAß 64, B60Wattages: 500, 1000

F¡c. 3Fig. 2

End Base t06 I

PAß64 Dianeter 8" (203 nn) - Ertended Mogul End Prong (GX|6d) Rase (HRqn6 2

ß60 Diameter fli' (îgl nn) - Mogul (E?g) - lllickel Plated 4,'ss Basetta Fìe.3

500 43456 0500PAn56WfL 120 6 ctô 5 ll24 4000 8000 19000 44t20 Mde fbod l13l)

500 43495 0500P4ß58Mn 120 6 cc-6 5 lt27) 4t0t 8000 43000 26x10 Mediun flood llSl)

5t0 43494 0500PAn56ilSP 120 6 ct6 5 lt2/) 4000 8000 96t00 l3x8 l\aínwSpor(131)

1000 43499 0t000PAÊ64wFL 120 6 cc.$ I (152.4) 400t t9400 3000 33000 48t24 tilide fkod l13l)

1000 43498 0|000PAß64MFL 120 6 ccô 6 1152.4) 4000 t9400 3000 80000 28x12 tulediun flnd fi31)

1000 4349/ 0t000PAn64ilsP 120 6 cc-6 6 u52.4) 4000 t9400 3000 2000t0 15xB llmw Spu l13l)

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:ì)ittt:)t.:!;,tt¿t;, :titt,jtli!:j ;.ta. ' it!i:' ):!ili:

1000 23/8t 0t000fl60f1 t2t 6 CC.8 10 t/a 1257.2) 3000 18300 1/400 ßellenor fbod-l.F.ll08) ll/2)

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Wattage Range: 45 - 1500

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T2 Dianeter th" - ßecessed Rase fig. I

T2t/2 Diameter 5/n" - Becessed Base I

T3 Diameter 3/d'(10 nn)- Becessed Single-Contact (ß7s) Base Fþ. I

t. i,lttJtat., '.i:i.,

225 20940 0225T2/CUHIB 120 6 C-8 4tthtlllq.l) 2yt6l55) 3000 5950 Halogen-|fl tleu

20/60 0300/225|2/CU[C5PK 120 25 C-8 4111¡61119.1) 2Ittl55) 3000 5950 tnuw Choice^lß-Cha

Chußepngnphh 2400K H0fllZ

(t03, 125)

100 610/0 C-8 1/tt/t6 1u9.3) 153/rc 1383)4/038 û1070r2ßL

45 2J850 045t2 tþ/cl / t2 c-8 2t/n (52.4) 1000 710 690 îlear-lnstrunn¡ ll37)

t1S 145/al3/1.2) I2th(311.2) 1000 34400 34t00 CkarâepngrEh ir 3 I 00K H0ßlZ.

l12q

t500 6238t9 0t5t0I2 tþ/U 230

100 22488 0100T3/CI 120 6 C-B 2 tt/tc 168.3) 150t 1850 tleaú950K

100 22489 Utt]I1/CUt] ,PK 120 5 t8 2tt/tt168.31 t500 t650 Chu-Carded. 2950K

150 ts3/8 0150r3/tuc0 ,PK 120 5 C8 33/t0181.0) l(25.4) t500 2400 Char2B61K H1ßlZ. Caded.

200 t6580 020013 120 6 CC-? 3 r/s | /s.4) ß16 123.8) 1500 3350 3000 ríßted (lt1)

200 437t3 0200ß/Cl t20 6 cc.8 3 t/s( /9.4) ß/toq3.8) 1500 3480 3100 Cka

250 22865 0250ß/CI 120 6 c.8 3 th (82.6) 1500 4000 Clea-ll0fllZ

250 2212t A,?ß/CUCUC] 5PK 120 5 C4 3 t/4(82.6) 1500 4000 tleu-tarded

300 43/03 0300T3/C4EHM) 120 6 t8 4ttholllî.l) 21/s(54) 20t0 5950 5/60 thar-H1fl|l.

300 193/9 030013/CUC0(tHtt) ,PK 120 5 tt 4tt/tt(119.1) 2r/s(54) 2000 5950 5760 tht-H0fllZ.tatded

300 43704 0300ßltHZ) 120 6 C-B 4rt¡¡6(119.1) 2t/s(54) 2000 5900 5700 Ftosted-HqfrlZ.

350 13094 0350ß/tUHtß 120 6 tB 4tt/n(119.1) 2th(57) 2000 1000t 9500 Halogen-Clear-H0frlZ.

350 t43n 0350ß/tuqtß 130 6 C.8 4rth6(1lg.l) 2It160.3) 2000 9600 9100 Halogenlßllear40ßlZ.

425 ilt78 0425ß/CL t20 t2 c.B 4rr¡6(fi9.t) 23/a(60.3) 2000 8900 8600 ckar.H1ßlz.

500 23/31 q,qtß/tuf,U 120 l2 C-8 4tt/n ll l9.l) 2 t/4 (5/.4 2000 1 I 100 10750 Clear-H1BlZ.

500 19382 0500T3/CUC0 lfCU ,PK 120 5 t8 4tthtll19.1) 2thþ/.4 2000 11100 10/50 tleat4qqlz.tuded

500 23/33 0500t3/C40t/S) 130 12 tB 4tt/ßlt19.t) 23/a160.3) 2000 10550 10250 tleat-H]fl|l.

50t HA 0500ß/cu6 120 12 C8 4tthe ll 19.1) 2 r/4 l5/.2) 1500 10950 10600 Clear. 6 f¡knent Suppott.

flough Seruhe H0ßlZ. (103, 133)

500 23/03 05t0ßlfcz) 120 12 C.8 4tt/n(il?.1) 2thl5/.2) 2000 10800 10500 frosted-H0frZ.

500 23717 050013 t30 t2 c.8 4ttl6(1t9.1) 23/a160.3) 2000 103t0 10000 fmted H0il2.

s00 t3642 qqt0r?/tuqtfr 240 6 C4 101/n 1255.6) 6 t/s (155.6) 2000 32000 30400 Halogm-lß Cleu. H1fllZ.

900 14335 0900ß/CUHtn 277 6 C4 10t/ß (255.6) 6 t/s (155.6) 20t0 31000 29450 ltalogm-lß Cleu. Hqßll.

t000 437il 01000t3/cL 22t 6 C-B 10 t/rc (255.6) 6 t/to (154.5) 2000 21500 20850 Cleat-H1fllZ.

t000 43/t2 U10t0I3/tL 240 6 t8 10t/n1255.6) 65/nll6t) 2000 21500 20050 tleu*H1fllZ.

1500 23828 01500ß/Cr 2t8 t2 C-B l0the(255.61 stTnllîl.l) 2000 35800 34/00 thu-H1ßlZ.

1500 23826 01500ß/CL 220 12 C-8 l0thel255.6) 65/n(t60) 20t0 358t0 34/00 Char-H0ßtZ.

1500 23830 01500t3/CL 240 t2 C-8 lttho?55.6l 6Vn(160) 2000 35800 34/00 tkar-HtfllZ.

1500 23836 0150tß/CU6 240 12 C-8 l0t/to/255.6) 63/a(tîl.r) 1000 3580t 34700 Clear-|4 F¡lanent Súppoft. nough

Seniæ H1ßlZ. (100, 133)

t2t500 23832 01500T3/CI 277 t4 10r/n(255.6) 6Irc(166./) 2000 34400 33400 Cleu-H1ßlZ.

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T-3 Dianeter 3/í' (10 nn) Miniatare Screw (El0) Base Fþ. I

Single-Ended Halogen lanpsT3,T4 Bulb Shapes

WattageRange:5-100

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2 // Halogen Lamps

/5 395/4 075Ct 2B 20 tc-6 2tþ(63.5) 13/nßt.4 2000 t350 1300 geu

T3 Dianeter 3/í'(10 nn) - 2-Pin (G4) Base Fþ.2

T4 Dianeter t/2" 3 - 2-Pin Rase J

20 ts3/5 020t3/cuc0 ,PK t2 5 C-6 1 t/4 131.8) 3/t (19.1) 2000 350 3000 Clear. tuded (132)

2t t8432 A]n/tL t2 50 C.6 1 t/4 131.8) 3/t 119.1) 2000 350 3000 Char(132)

t0 19371 010t3/CUCo 5PK 12 5 C-6 1th131.8) Iqllî.l) 2000 140 3000 Char Cuded(132)

t0 t8431 0t0t3/cl t2 5t C-6 ttß(3t.8) It(ls.t) 2000 140 3000 Ckar(132)

t0 It42/ Qttß/cl b 50 c-6 1thl?t.8) y4ltî.t) 2000 120 3000 Char (132)

5 18428 05ß/tL t2 50 c6 1thl7t.8) r/tl|q.t) 20t0 60 3000 Cleu (132)

100 tB44t 0100r4/cL 24 50 tCô I 3/t 144.5) I 3/n 130.2) 2000 2200 3000 Ckar (132)

100 18440 0100r4/cL 12 50 t6 I3/tß4.5) 1tt/u(29.8) 2000 2500 3000 Cku1132)

/5 193/7 075r4[Ut0 'PK

12 5 t'0 r1t(aa.5) I t/s(28.6) 2000 t600 3000 tlea.Cñed(132)

75 1843/ 0/5r4ßL 12 50 C6 l1¿Ha.fl I t/s128.6) 2000 1600 3000 Clea(132)

50 19376 050r4/tuto ,PK 12 5 t6 |1/t(A.fl It/8128.6) 2000 950 3000 tleu. Carded ll32)

50 18436 050t4/CI t2 50 C-6 1 It (44.5) 1 r/s QB.6) 20t0 950 30t0 thar (132)

22104 ß5r4/tl 12 50 Cô lIt4a.il l3/t0130.4 2000 560 3000 Charlls2)

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Single-Ended Halogen lampsT4 Bulb Shapes

Wattage Range: 100 - 500

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T4 Diameler t/2" (13 nn) - Double Contact I Base I 2

T4 Diameter /2" (13 nn) - Mini-Candelabra (El l) Base F¡9. 3 (CC-2V), 4

lt' j

t00 16451 0t0mc t20 6 CtB 2 Un 161.91 I Ia 134.9) 2000 1550 frosted

t00 15508 0t00cu0c t20 b tt? 27/n(61.9) IIa134.91 2000 1600 tleu

100 44386 0|00CU0C/2VESß) 120 6 tt2Y 27/n(61.9) t3/a134.91 /50 1800 1675 Cleat

100 4465/ 0t000t/2t4fr0) t20 6 tC-2V 2 //n 161.9) I 3/e ß4.9) /50 1750 1630 Fnsted

t50 4:t693 0150CU0tlilC) 120 6 CCî 2 rþ (63.5) I 3/e (34.9) 2000 2800 2600 tlear

150 44384 0150CU0|/2V([SP) 120 6 tC-2V 2 //tt 161.9) I It 134.9) 1000 2800 2600 Char

150 44653 0tnqtt(fff) 120 I CC'9 2tþ163.5) l3/aß4.9) 2000 2700 2500 Fnsted

250 43697 ASqCUqç1ESS) 120 6 CC8 3 (76.2) 1 5/o (41.3) 2000 5000 4850 tka

250 43658 AsqCUoC t30 6 CC-B 3 (/6.2) 1 Va (41.3) 20t0 5000 4850 tht250 43/01 02500tlftq) t20 6 CC-î 3 (/6.2) I 5/a 141.3) 2000 4850 4/00 frosted

250 43702 4500C t30 6 ttg 3l/6.2) I,/o(alfl 2000 4850 47t0 frosted

500 43/10 0500tu0c t20 6 ct| 3ußl8/.3) 2t/0154) 200t 10450 t0150 Clea

500 43709 05000t t20 t tc.8 3 //to ß/.3) 2 t/0 154) 2000 10100 9800 frosled

100 16452 0100¡,lC 120 tC8 2 ßho (71.4) I 3/o 134.9) 2000 1550 fnsted0

t0t 1550/ 0100cuMt 120 6 CC-î 2 ßht Il.4) t Io 134.9) 2000 l60t Char

100 19383 0100tUA,lC/C0 5PK 120 5 cc8 2ß/n(/1.4) 13/aßa.4 2000 1600 Ilha¡ Carded

100 44385 0100CUt4C/2tItSil) 120 CC-21/ 2 t%o (/ L4) 1 3/o

134.9) /50 1800 16/5 Chu6

t00 44656 0100MC/2VETE) 120 6 CC-2V 2 ß/n (/1.4) 1 3/a ß4.9) /50 I/50 1630 fnsþd

150 43694 0150tWC(frG) t20 6 CC-| 3 (/6.2) I 3/a l?a.Ø 2000 2000 2600 tlea¡

150 t9386 0|50CWC/C0 'PK

120 5 tt? 3 176.2) 1 3/a (34.9) 2000 2800 2600 Cka. tarded

150 44383 I|ñqqWC/2VESA 120 6 Ct-Zt/ 2 ß/n (/1.41 I Ia ßa.4 n00 28t0 26t0 Cleu

150 44654 qtnqMç(ilHl t20 6 tt8 3 (/8.2) I 3/a 13a.4 2000 2700 2500 Frosred

250 43659 Asqtwqltqt) 120 6 tC-î 3 5/tz 180.2) I 5/a 14 I .3) 2000 5000 4850 Char

250 1938/ AsqtuMt/tt ñPK t20 5 CC-| 3yr2180.2) lVa(41.31 2t0t 5000 4850 Cha¡ Caded

250 4:t/00 a,qtwc t30 6 tCî 3Vv180.4 l5/ol4l.3) 2000 5000 4050 tlear Caded

250 43695 A,qMt(tSM) 120 6 CC8 3Vp180.2) lTol4l.3l 200t 4850 4700 frosted

250 4t698 A50i4t t30 0 CCa 35/v(80.4 I 5/e141.3) 2000 4850 4/00 fnsted

40u 43t0/ 0400cuMt 120 6 CC8 35/tls2.1) 2(50.8) 2000 825t 8000 Clear

400 4?t06 0400Mt 12t 6 cc8 3Vt192.1) 2150.8) 2000 7850 /600 fnsred

Single-Ended Halogen lanpsT4, T6, T20Wattage Range: 150 - 1000

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T4 Dianetcr t/2" 3 Becessed

T4 Diameter r/2" (13 nn) - 2-Pin (GX6.35) Base Fig. 2

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Fis.2 fis. 3

Base t

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400 43708 0400T4/tLltqil - l2o 6 tc8 3 t/s (/9.4) ß16 12t.6) 2000 //50 7540 Cleu

300 43705 ß00r4/[UtHP) 120 6 tt8 ?t/s 175.4) rr¡6 (l/.5) 2000 5650 5480 Clea

150 23/t0 0150r4/cL 25 t2 cC8 2Yn165.t) 3000 2760 26t0 tleatÅental Sp1iltght llSg)

?28 il548 0n5r4/3 I2 CCô 2 I t7/tz 138.9) 150 6t00 hosted-lnst¡unent PreÍous I I 03)

213 Halogen lamps

T6 Dianeter th" - Becessed Singleûontact (ß7s) Base Fþ. I1000 23800 01000r6/u0wT) 120 6 CC.8 5 1 2000 23400 22700 Cleu

T20 Dianeter 2/2" (64

f¡s. I

TBl9 Dianeter 23/í' - Mediun

RiPost Base 3

Rrass Rasd?

Single-Ended Halogen lanpsTB19 Bulb ShapeWattages: 50,90

I

1000 41734 010001208P 120 6 tH stþp4t.J) 4ltot.6) 3000 22400 21700 EAS| 00w!

CC.8 4 Urc (ll3) 3 t/a I9). 2000"90 . 20648 qOA/HAL flPK 120 1680 fnst 183, 80)6

90 16/45 90r8/H 130 tC-? 4t/n llt?) ?t/E 19) 2000 1600 fron (83, 88)60

s0 16744 90tB/H 120 6t CC8 4 t/n ll 13) 3 t/o (/g) l6t0 fíost 183, 88)2000

5t t674/ 50r8/H 130 CC$ 4 ¡/rc ll 13) 3 t/o (/9) 2000 830 frost 183,88)

t6/46 5ff8/H 120 60 tC8 4//to lll?) 3I/o Iq 2000 830 ftost 183,88)50

5t 2t64/ 50A/HAL6PK t20 6 tC8 4 //n (lt7l 3tß 179) 2000 830 ftost 183,88)

Halogen Lamps 2 /4

Airport lanps Bated By AnperesPAR 56, PAR 64 Birlb Shapes

Amperes: 6.6,20Wattage Range: 200 - 500

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PAß56 Diameter 7" (178 mn) - Mogul End Prong (ÊXl6d) Rase (HBG)|ffi Fig. I

PAß56 Dianeter 7" (178 nn) - Screw Terminal Rase (Hnqrn 2

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200 382/1 06.64/PAß56/2 l2 cc-6 5 lt27) 1000 16000 PAß-Airyon 80lH

200 18309 06.64/P4fr56/4 6.6 t2 cc-6 5 1124 600 PAß-Aitpott. Ptßnatic leß. 9Ìlll300 t5492 û204/PAn58/t 20 t2 tt6 5 ft27) 500 PAfl-Airpon leflon@

tnnd (l 13) Rwn pos: Any

500 t5485 0204/PAq56/UC 20 12 cc.6 5 lt27) 500 PAß-Aipon Teflon@

toand (1 13) 9wn pæ: Any

200 332/9 06.64/PAß58/3 D.b 12 tc-6 4 tþ l1 t43) t00o 200000 PAfr-Airpoñ. R|lH

PAß-Airport

qun pos: Åny

300 20 t2 2000003286t 0204/PAß56/2 c.6 4 tþ (t t4.3) 500

499 23863 A0A/PAq56/3 20 t2 tc6 4tþ(1t43) 500 330000 PAn-A¡rpon BïTH

PAß64 Diameter 8" (203 nn) - Mogul End (ÊXl6d) Prong Rase (Hß0|00 ¡¡n.i200 13224 U6.64/PAq64/2P 6PK 6.6 6 tt6 4tþ(t14.3) 2000 PAn-A¡ry1n. Rtn3t0 13223 06.6A/PAfr64/3P 6.6 6 cc-6 4 tþ (t t4.3) 20oo PAß-A¡rpoÍ. 80lH

Airport lanps Bated By AmperesT2Y2,T3, T4, TB Bulb Shapes

Wattage Range: 45 - 500

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2'î5 Halogcn lamps

T2t/2 Diameter 5hí' - Becessed (B7s) Base Frg. I {f45 23846 t6.6A/t2t/2/cl 6.6 t2 t-8 21/n 1000 7t0 705 t5u

T2t/z Diameter 6ha" nn) - Special Basettît) F¡9. 245 2384/ 06.6A/f2t/2/ltl C8 llq (u.5) 1000 710 705 thar4ipott(|34, l3/, l5l)t26.6

T3 Dianeter%" mm) Recessed Single-Contact (ß7s) Base - Iisted By Anperes fE. I

T3 Dianeter %" (10 nm)- 4" (102 nn) leads Fig. 3

100 23853 06.64/t3/tl C8 2Yt6158.1 1t00 2180 2160 CleaFksrrunnt (138. 15il126.6

t0u 23855 06.64/r3/2CL 6.6 12 c8 2(50.8) 1000 2290 22/0 tku-Airponll34,138)

T3 lJiameter 3/í'(10 nn) - ßecessed Base(t76) 7100 37540 0t00n/6tr 6.8 12 t8 2Vn(58.4 1000 2080 2t60 t00,

T4 Dianetert/y'' t3 I ßibbon leadstt/5) F¡9. 6

T4 Dianeter /i'(13 nn)- Double Contact Bayonet (BAl5d) Base Fig.4

200 2385/ 06.6A/T4/5CL 6.6 t2 tt8 500 5000 Cleil-A¡ípn (134, 135)

200 23860 06.64/r4/0çfr 6.6 t2 cc-6 2 tþ (63.5) | t/tt l2/) 500 5150 Cha¡4irpn /129)flinoed

45 t44/3 045r4/CU0Cfr 6.6 /2 C-6 2Irt 165.5/ t t/n Q7) 500 845 tleu-Airpon 2850K 1129) flinged

T4 Dianeter t/2" l3 - 2-Pin Prefocus FE.5

20t 40/02 0200r4/tL b.b t2 CC-6 2 tþ 163.5) 1 tt/u (38.9) 500 4500 4450 Clear4irput. EAS| t1ttll

100 41542 t100r4/tr 6.6 t2 t6 2t/,163.5) I17pß8.9) 500 2080 2t60 CleaÍ4irplil.EAst11Wll|1t)

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3/5 38893 0H375T3/l I 15.125 l2 C4 8tth6 1220.6) 5t/ß 112|.6) 500û+ lnfrued (lt1)

500 21787 0H500ß// t15-125 t2 t4 Btl/n (220.6) 4 ß/rc (123) 500U+ lnfrued (100)

r600 22699 0ql6t0ß// 2to220 t2 C4 l95h4gî.5) 151/a1400) 5000+ lnfrued-H0ßlZ. ll00)

1600 2269t 0ït600t3/l 230.250 t2 t8 195/t1498.5) 15Ua1400) 5000+

2500 22837 0H2500t3I 460500 12 C-8 28s/a(72/.1) 24t/a(631.8) 5000+ lnftared. H0ßlZ. 1100)

300 390t9 0ffi00r3 I 15125 t2 c4 8t5/n1215.1) 43/nllt6.4) 5000+ hfrued (100)

3/5 2133/ 0H3/5ß fir125 t2 C4 Bßhtl2ß.8) 5thtll28.6) 5000+ lnfrarcd 1100)

500 21/82 0fl500r3 115.125 I2 c.8 8 t%t 1223.8) 4 ß/rc (123) 5000+ lnhøed (100)

500 2t/88 0H500ß/u I t5-125 t2 t8 8ßht?23.8) 4t3/rc1123) 5000 lnftaedlhu ll00)

t0t0 22355 0H1000ß 20t220 12 c-B t3 ß/ß (350.8) l0 (254) 50t0+ Infrued (100)

1000 2235/ 0H1000t3 230.250 12 C-8 13 ß/n 1350.8) 10 1254) 500th lnfraed ll00)

1000 22358 0H|000T3/CL 230,250 12 C-8 t t //a (301.6) l0 1254) 500æ lnlrued4ear HlfllZ. 1100, 125)

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t200 2253t 0Hl2t0ß/CL 144 I2 t4 I ßho 1223.8) 6 t/s (15/) Inftarcd. Cleat. H0fllZ | 100,123,125t

lnftaed-f,lea. Hi.-Tenp. tonnr.

H0ßtz. (t00, 125)

144 t21200 t4 Bß/ttQ23.8l 6t/sll5/)22532 qHtz]il3/CUHT

1600 22686 0H1600t3 200-220 t2 C-8 19 ß/rc (503.2) 15 Ua 1400) 500tr hfrøed. H0nE. ll00)

1600 2268/ 0H1600t3 23U-25t l2 t8 lît3/rc (503.4 15 Us(400) 5000+ hf¡ued H0ßlZ. ll00)

1600 22695 0Ht600ß 2/7 t2 C-8 l9 ß/tt (503.2) 15 7/a (400) 5000+ lnftared H0ßlZ. (l0tJ

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2000 1215551 0H2M/'13/ltUHf/ry8 nH50 c4 11 ß/t61303.2) I ttls (246)

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2000 t222790 1H2M/|'/CUH| 230-250 C-B 13 ß/n (350.8) l0 1254)

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2000 22832 0H2500t3 460500 12 tt 28ß/ni3l.8) 247/a(631.81 5000+ Inftued. H0fllz. (100)

2500 22838 0H2500T3/tL 46&500 t2 t8 20t3/nll3l.8) 24//a163l.B) 5000+ lnhand4nr. H1ßlZ 1100)

3650 t0812 0H3850t3/5 480 b C-8 41 5/s 1105/) 38 1965) 5000+ lnftarcd. H0ÊlL ll00)

3800 228/5 0t1380ff3 550600 6 C-8 4l t1/tt 11082) 38 lS65) 5000+ lnftared. H0fllZ. ll00)

3800 228/8 0H3800t3/t/8 55M00 6 C4 41 t1/n 11062) 38 (965) 50tt+ lnf¡a¡ed. Vífrf. 1100. 123)

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Êeneral lnfornation

Halogen lanp 0perating Precautions

The lamps listed in this catalog are filled to highinternal gas pressures to maximize lamp efficacy(lumens per watt). Some general cautions aregiven below.

High Øperating Temperatures

Since operating temperatures are critical to theeffective selÊcleaning properties of halogen lamps,filament tube wall temperatures should not gobelow 482"F (250'C). Hot spots on the bulb wallitself can go as high as 1230'F (700"C) in normaloperation.Substantial heat is generated in all halogenlamps, so equipment design should make allow-ance for the dissipation of excessive heat. Certainlamps and extremely confined fixtures mayrequire additional ventilation or heat sinking toensure proper operation of the halogen cycleand to prevent damage to the fixture. It is a goodpractice to test the lamp in the operating envi-ronment early in the design cycle to ensureadequate performance. Precautions must betaken in the selection of materials forlampholders, reflectors and lamp housingsbecause the 1230"F (700'C) bulb wall tempera-ture is greater than the kindling temperature ofmany materials.Lamp base temperatures should not exceed662"F (350'C) because, above that point, leadwires may deteriorate and the basing cementloosen, causing premature lamp failure.

Distribution oÍ Spectral Badiation

Halogen lamps offer large amounts of visible andinfrared energy from a small light source, withabout 907o of the energy in the infrared. Somehalogen lamps can be used for special applica-tions where small amounts of ultraviolet energyare required. The slight ultraviolet radiation thatcomes from unprotected sources could causeskin and eye irritation following extended directexposure. Passing the light through ordinaryglass or plastic provides adquate protection. Thelenses of the PAR, TAL or Coverglass Precise*lamps provide this protection.

Halogen ùuartz Heat lanpsGE standard heat products are primarily pressur-ized halogen lamps. Many standard tungsten coilfilaments have been converted to a deflection coilwinding design that eliminates the need for fila-ment supports through an integral coil/supportconstruction. These changes will improve lamp lifeas well as keep the bulb wall cleaner during opera-tion and throughout the life of the lamp.GE has added a reflectorized heat lamp with apatented design that directs the infrared to asurfæe rather than in 360o angle.

Halogen lanps - Caution [llotice

The filament tubes or bulbs used in all halogenlamps generate intense heat, are pressurized andcould shatter if scratched or damaged. Glasshalogen bulbs should be protected againstliquids when in use.

Use only in fixtures designed for high temperatureoperation. Provide glass or plastic protective shield-ingwith equipmentinwhich halogen bulbs areinstalled or used. PAR and TAL lamps have integralshields and do not require extra protection.Do not operate in proximity to substances ormaterials that are flammable or adversely aÊfected by heat or drying.For satisfactory performance :

. Do not operate above rated voltageo For 2 Pin (GU4, GU5.3) lamps, care must be

taken to ensure that the lamp seal area is notstrained, cracked, chipped or otherwise damaged to avoid premature lamp failure

o Limit seal and outer lead wire temperature to662'F (350'C) to avoid lead wire deterioration

o Maintain a minimum bulb wall temperature of482"F (250"C) for operation of the halogencycle

o Remove grease or fingerprints from qtJartzhalogen bulbs with a grease-free solventbefore use.

Use appropriate protection to avoid risk of injurywhen handling or disposing of all halogen bulbs.Wear eye protection. Turn power off wheninstalling and before removing lamp. Allow lampto cool before removal.Halogen PAR lamps use an inner halogen bulb. Ifthe outer sealed envelope is broken replace theentire unit. Do not use even though it appears tobe operable. Remove carefully and dispose of thelamp by placing it in a closed container.A complete statement of precautions is providedwith each halogen lamp.

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In "base up" use, heat eventually may deteriorate paperJined or plasticsockets.

Lamp is made of heat resistant glass (HRG).

Lamp base is a brass basc (BB).

This lamp produces base temperatures which may deteríorate paper-lined or plastic sockets. Use only in fixtures âpproved for this tlpe andwattage bulb.

Avoid use at short distances on materials that are inflammable orsusceptible to heat damage.

Use only in fixtures rated I'or Cool Beam lamp operation.

Do not use lamp in application where it may be exposed to direct watersplash. Iflamp is used outdoors, it must be protected by an enclosedfixture or an overhang. Failure to properly protect the lamp can resultin premature failure of the lamp.

Will operate in any burning position, but fixed-socket usage other thanbase up or continuous burning in any position in ambient temperaturesabove 150'F (66"C)may result in some loss ofprotective coating.Reflectors and accessories may raise bulb temperature and cause someloss of protective coating.

If lamp is cracked or broken, replace immediately. The lamp maycontinue to light, but the inner bulb is pressurized and couldunexpectedly shatter. Dispose ofwith care.

Under moist conditions, metal pars of lamp and lampholder rnaybecome a shock hazard. Therefore, disconnect from circuit beforetouching.

For use only where seal temperature does not exceed 650"F. Forsatisfâctory lamp operation a minimum bulb wall temperature of 500'F.is required.

Life dependent on seruice conditions.

For a more uniform lighting pattern in display applications calling forENL, use Precise* lamp (Q50MR16,/NFL30" (EXK).

AÌthough made ofheat-resistant glass, the bulb and lens should beprotected from moisture or breakage may result. The lens or bulb maybreak during usage under certain other conditions beyond the controlofthe manufacturer. Therefore screening techniques are recom-mended where appropriate, to protect people and surroundings fromhot fmgments.

The bulb, although mãde of heat-resistant glass, may break if moisturefalls on it. Lamp not recommended for use in enclosed close-fittinghousings.

Flexible leads not included in maximum overall length.

This lamp is made of heat-resistant glass. It can be used indoors in anopen fixture, and outdoors without moisture protection if burned baseup to base horizontal in a neck sealed gæketed-q?e lampholder. Inother burning positions outdoors, protect lens and bulb from moisture,or breakage may result. Lamp is not recommended for enclosed, close-fitting housings.

Nickel plated brass base (NPBB).

Initial Avg. Max. Candlepower (Average over a 5o cone for SP and NSPand over a 10' cone for FL and NFL).

36mm stranded leads with lug terminals.

Can be operated in any position, even vertically; however, when burnedother than horizontally, the end marked "This End Up" on the sleevebase must be higher than other end oflamp.

Generally limited to intermittent burning in special equipment.

D.C. Bayonet (Ba15d) base with ring collar added. Light CenterLength measured from plane of the three bosses on ring collar.

For use only with heat-resistant connector and with lamp supported bybulb rim.

For use only in equipment designed for lamps of this tfpe ancl wattage,having ventilation adequate to maintain bulb and base temperatureswithin safe limits.

Lamp provides maximum filament straightness under severe operatingconditions.

MOL dimension includes only length of quartz.

135. Filament: diameter, 3.6mm; length, 5.5mm (+lQlo¡.

137. Filament: diameter, 1.5mm; length,4.5mm (+10%).

138. Filarrent: diameter, 1.5mm; length, l0mm (+1070).

139. Filament: diameter,3mm; length, l0mm (110%).

150. Filament dirnension: diameter, 1.9mm; length, 6.4mm (+|Q/e).

151. Filament offset 0.0359 from center axis of lamp.

161. Approx. 1" (25mm) ribbon leads extending along axis ofthe lamp.

172. Initial average beam candlepowerwithin cone is 15,500.

175. Approx. 1" (25mm) ribbon leads extending nomal to lamp ãis insame plane æ seals.

176. Recessed Single Contact base with metal ferrule. Designed for use onlyin special equipment, not for general use. The non-insulated ferrulesare exposed and may be energized.

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High Pressure Sodiun lanps - Iucalox"

High Pressure Sodium lanps - Deluxe Lucalox"

High Pressure Sodium lanps - White Lucalox^

High Pressure Sodiun lanps - Standhy Lucalox'

High Pressure Sodíun Lanps - E-Z tux" Lucalox"

Lotu Pressure Sodiun Lanps - SOX

Metal Halide lanps - Malti-Vapof

Metat Halide Lanps - MXB Halarc"

Metat Halide lanps - Multi-Vapof

Metal Halide lanps - High ùutput Multi-Vapof

Metal Hatide Lamps - I Líne Multi-Vapof

Metal Halíde Lanps - Saf-T-Gard" Multi-Vapof

Conpact Metal Halide Lanps - Arcstream*

Conpact Metal Halide lanps - CSI

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Mercury lamps - E-Z Merc"

Export Lanps

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High Pressure Sodiun lamps - Iucalox'Lucalox lamps are specifically designed for theuser who wants a highly efficient high pressuresodium lamp with the benefits of excellent lumenmaintenance, good color rendering, small physicalsize, stability of operation and longer life.This is achieved by the use of GE's patented"amalgam reservoir" design. This limits the rateof lamp voltage rise throughout life and helpsprovide uniform lighting performance andincreased life expectancy as well as resistanceto vibration.

Description

Lucalox lamps comprise a sodium dischargesystem operating at high pressure within aceramic arc tube which is mounted in an outerglass bulb. AII lamps have the patented amalgamreservoir outside the arc tube. The special con-struction of the ceramic end seals enhances lamplife by reducing the possibility of thermal cracks,and the exclusive seal glass design permits highertemperature operation.The outer bulbs may be clear or diffuse; all arefitted with a corrosión-resistant base.These lamps are designed for use with externalignitor circuits. External starting simplifies lampconstruction and is very reliable.

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6150 5 V4 (145) 3 rp 189) 13253 IUl50/0A'lt0 S55nP-150 240t0+ 15000 13500 2000 22 2iífwel2, l0)

6s55nil-150 240t0+ 16000 14400 2000 22 CIeu (2, l0)150 5 y4 (1451 t t/t (89) 13252 IUtS]Iylt]

6100 5 Y2(138) 3 npz(84 13251 tu100/0lrtt0 S54SH-100 2400tr 8800 /920 2000 22 0ilfase 13)

6100 5 t/z(1381 3 np(84 13250 LUlt0AtE] s5450.100 2400t+ 9500 8550 200t 22 Chr(3)

24000+ 595t 5050 1500 22 Dilfwe 13)6/0 5 ¡/n ll38) 3 ß/r2 (8/) I 1340 IU/0/0ll[0 S62IH./0

70 5 UßU38) 3 npz¡9/) 11339 LU/0/ME0 s62Le/0 22 Clear (3)2400u+ 6400 5450 19006

50 5 Uß ll38) 3 n¡z ¡8/) 1 134/ LUãÌ/0/tultt 5681fr-5t 2400t+ 3800 3420 1900 22 0iÍfuse (3)6

50 5 Uß ll38) 3 nßz l8/) 1 1345 LU50/M|0 s68LP-50 22 Clear 13)6 24000+ 4000 3600 t900

35 5 Ut6 ll38) 3 nßz l8/) 1 1869 Lu35/0/ylf0 Sl6H835 6 t60tt 2150 1935 1900 22 llilfwe 13)

35 5 t/n ltJB) 3 nßz (87) I 1668 lu35/ltF0 st6HA.35 6 1600t 2250 2025 1900 22 Clear l3)

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J5 6 //r2 (t5B) t6/57 IU],/ßfr S]65M35 5 16000 1400 1280 t900 22 ïIiíeFloodlS)

" 70. 5 t/s(130) 3Ip(82) 18582 IU/0/nt/Mt] 12 24000+ 6100 5ls0 ts00 22 Clea(3)

50 5 t/a(130) 3s/y(82) 18581 IU50/T10/M[0 12 24000+ 4000 3600 t900 22 tlear (3)

35 5 r¡(13t/ 35/sr(82) 18580 lß5/n0ltt0 t2 t6000 2100 1890 1900 22 tka(3)

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Applications

Lucalox lamps are ideal for many industrial,r oadway, outdo or/are a, security, an d archite cturalfl oodlighting applications.

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Wattage ßange: 50 - 1000

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825 Diameter 3r/í' Base

828 Dianeter 3t/2" (89 nn) Base 3 Char, 4 Diffuse

I150 85/ß l2l1) 5 lt24 U243 1|t50fi00 s5650-150 t2 2400t+ .15000 13500 2000 22 tka(2, 11)

150 I sho l2t 1) 5 lr2/) 18245 lut']fiqo/o 5565il50 12 24000+ 14000 12600 2000 22 ]iffuse (2, 1 l)

250 I 1229) 5 ltzl) 44051 1U250/t s50vc-250 t2 2400tÞ 2Ê000 23400 2t00 22 ]ilrttæ (l)

837 Dianeter 45/í' t8 (E39) Rase FE. 2

200 9It(248) 5t/tll46) 44206 1U200 s66M¡!.200 t2 24000+ 22000 19800 2100 22 tleu 12)

250 sItl248) 5Itll46) 4404/ 1U250 s50r/4.250 t2 24000+ 28000 2/000 2100 22 tleu (l)

250 9Itl248) 5¡/t(146) 44049 1U250/S 22 tleu 13)s50t/A-250/s 12 24000+ 30000 28000 2100

3t0 !t/tl24B) 5t/¿(146) 44053 IU3l0 56lMHIO 22 tleø (2)24000+ 37000 33300 2100t2

400 9Itl248) 53h(146) 44054 1U400 s51W4400 22 CIeu (2)t2 2400th 510t0 45000 2100

50 / t/t ltql) 5 ll27) 44975 LU50 568ti,ls-50 12 24000+ 4000 3600 1900 22 tleu/3)

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/0 /¡/q (19/) 5 (127) 14110 Lytq/t 5PKS62MF/O 5 24000+ 5950 5050 1900 22 ]ilfue-Conuna Pæk 13)

t00 /Itll9/) 5(121 U03/ LUt00 s5458-100 t2 24000+ 9500 8550 2000 22 Chr(3)

t00 / 3h lt97) 5 1124 44038 LUt00/0 s54Mt-100 t2 24000+ 8800 /920 2000 22 1iÍuse (3)

150 / 3h ltql) 5 lt24 44043 1U150/55 s55SC-150 12 24000+ t6000 w00 2000 22 Chal2)

150 /3/4119/) 51127) 4045 1U150/55/0 s55A40-150 12 24000+ 15000 13500 2000 22 1ilfree 12, 10)

1000 15 8It(2221 44058 1U1000 s52X8-1000 6 24000+ 140000 126000 2100 22 Char

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Hþh Pressure Sodiun lamps - I)eluxe lucalox'Deluxe Lucalox lamps, with a color renderingindex (CRI) of 65-70, have much better colorrendering than standard high pressure sodiumlamps. The benefits derivedfrom the externalamalgam reservoir help ensure high qualityillumination and consistentþ high color render-ing throughout lamp life.

Description

Deluxe Lucalox lamps operate at a higher pressurethan standard Lucalox lamps and as a result showa higher color temperature and much improvedcolor rendering. These lamps are available withclear and diffuse elliptical outer bulbs.

Applications

Deluxe Lucalox lamps are highly versatile andcan be used in storage rooms, reception areas,industrial facilities, offices, gymnasiums, malls,parks, pedestrian areas and on building facades.

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/0 5 t/t(140) 3 t/2189) 16612 IU/t/0X/0lt[0 S62LH./0/0X 6 10000 360t 2880 2200 65 ù¡frtrvl1l

70 5 t/z 1140) 3 t/z 189) 1661 1 lU/t/9XItl[0 56210,/0/0X 6 t0000 380t 3040 22u0 65 Clse(3J

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150 /t/t1197) 5(124 18093 1U150/55/0X/0 S55l',10.150/0X 12 15000 9s00 8600 220t 65 0¡ftßclZ)

150 7y41197) 5(124 18092 1U150/55/0X S55ltt-150/0x 12 15000 10500 9135 2200 65 tleslz)

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400 9 (229) 55ht 180) t9654 1U400/0X/t 551W8400/0X 12 15000 35500 32600 2200 /0 0iñussl2)

400 9 (229) 55ht (80) t9650 1U400/0X s5twA400/0x 12 t5000 37400 34400 2200 /0 tløs(21

250 9 (229) 5[124 16456 rU250/0X/0 550yC250/0X 12 15000 20000 18400 220t 65 0¡ñus{2)

250 9Y41248) 5 I 1 /85 1U250/0X s50v4.250/0x t2 15000 22500 20/00 2200 65 0eu(2)

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High Pressare Sodiun Lamps - White lucalox'White Lucalox lamps are compact, energy-efficient light sources with color similar to thatof incandescentthe GE Lucalox

This newest member ofprovides excellent color

performance throughout its 10,000-hour life.

DescriPtion

This custom-designed lamp and ballast systemprovides white light at 2800K with a CRI of 70+ior vivid display of colors and textures. An excel-lent choice for color-critical applications, theWhite Lucalox range has a stable CRI and virtu-ally constant color temperature (maximum shift75K) throughout lamp life.The lamp is available with either 817 or T10shape.The ballast is rated for indoor applications inambient temperatures ranging from 15"F to122'F (-10"C to 50'C).

Applications

lVhite Lucalox lamps are the perfect choice forretail and commercial display applications need-ing a warm color temperature with superb colorconsistency th roughout life.\,Vhite Lucalox is designed for use in open orenclosed fixtures. No cover glass is required.

ùperating Position

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Electronic Ballast

This ballast, specially designed for use with \MhiteLucalox lamps, delivers power suitable for oneWhite Lucalox lamp. Spècifr order code #18783for I20volt (+197o¡ or#18779 for230volt (+t67o¡.

The outside dimensions are 81Yzz" (212 mm) long,55Áø" (735 mm) wide and2lYsz" (66 mm) high.

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High Pressare Sodiun lanps- Standhy lucalox'The highly reliable Standby Lucalox lampshave a long rated life of 40,000 hours comparedto 24,000+ hours for standard high pressuresodium. Unlike standard high pressure sodium,Standby Lucalox lamps providè light as soon aspower is restored after a momentary interrup-tion, and the lamps will increase to full lightoutput within 1 to 2 minutes. The instant restrikefeature eliminates the need for inst¿lling costþsupplemental incandescent quartz lamps forrestrike standby lighting. The Standby Lucaloxcombines with the additional standard Lucaloxbenefits of excellent lumen maintenance, goodcolor rendering, small physical size, and stabilityof operation.

Description

Standby Lucalox lamps comprise a sodiumdischarge system operating at high pressurewithin a ceramic arc tube which is mounted in anouter glass bulb. All lamps have two arc tubes,each having the patented amalgam reservoiroutside the arc tube. The second arc tube willinstantþ light when power is reapplied after amomentary power interruption. The specialconstruction of the ceramic end seals enhanceslamp life by reducing the possibilityof thermal cracks, and the exclusive seal glassdesign permits higher temperature operation.

Applications

Standby Lucalox lamps are ideal for industrialand exterior applications, including security,roadway, floodlighting, and industrial interiorillumination.

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High Pressure Sodiun lamps - E-Z Lux^ lucalox^As concern aboudenergy efficiency increases,more and more discharge lamp users want totake advantage of the superior performanceof high pressure sodium lamps. However, theexpense of changing ballasts often makes itimpractical to replace existing mercury withhigh pressure sodium. E-ZLux Lucalox lampsprovide a solution to this problem.

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E-ZLux Lucalox lamps are high pressure sodiumlamps which have been specially designed tooperate on common mercury ballasts. The 150-watt and 2Ií-watt lamps can directþ replace 175-watt and 250-watt mercury lamps respectivel¡without the use of any additional equipment andgive energy savings of 14%. At the same time,llght output is increased by more than 40%.

Applications

E-ZLux Lucalox lamps can be used for therefurbishment of any mercury installation todramatically increase lighting levels and reduceenergy bills. They are suitable for most industrialand warehouse installations, recreational facilitiesand fl oodlighting applications.

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Use 150-watt E-Z Lux onlywith H39 175-wattmercury ballasts: high reactance lag-type auto-transforme r, 240 -v olt or 27 7 -v olt reac to r. IJs eZlí-wattB-ZLttx only with H.37 250-watt mercuryballasts : hi gh reac tance lag-type autotransformer,240-volt or 277-volt reactor type meeting currentANSI H37 ballast specs. Do not use either withCW (lead-type) or CWAballasts.

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Iow Pressure Sodiun Lamps - SOXThe visible energy from a low pressure sodiumlamp is concentrated at wavelengths of 589 and589.6nm. This monochromatic radiation occursclose to the peak sensitivity of the human eye andtherefore provides the highest luminous efficacyfor general lighting purposes. This characteristicalso produces the familiar yellow color.

Description

SOX lamps consist of a low pressure sodiumdischarge system operating in a U-shaped arctube which is mounted in a tubular outer bulb.The bulb has an internal infrared reflectivecoating to provide thermal insulation and toensure that the operating temperature of thearc tube is held near its optimum value.

Applications

The high efficacy results in low energy costswhich make the lamps particularly suitable wherelong operating hours are required. The mainapplications are for external lighting of roads,tunnels and pathways, security lighting of parkinglots, subways, storage areas, construction sites,and similar locations.SOX lamps are also useful where monochromaticradiation is required for scientific and graphic artpurposes. However, the lamps should not be usedwhere color discrimination is required.

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Horizontal *20o.18- to 55-watt rated lamps may also be operatedvertically, base up.

Wattage ßange: l8 - í35

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Metat Hatide Halarc' Ianps - MXBHalarc low wattage metal halide lamps providesparkling white light and excellent color rendi-tion (3200K with a CRI of 65) for perfectþlighted environments for customers and employ-ees alike. The compact elliptical bulbs offersuperior control and are ideal sources for generaldisplay and downlighting. Halarc lamps provideexcellent operating efficiency, which makes bothvisual and economic sense.

Description

Halarc lamps consist of a specially shaped arctube which optimizes the thermal properties ofthe lamp for maximum performance. The 32-watt Halarc lamp has a coated bulb and a qrrartzshield around the arc tube, enabling the lamps tobe operated in open luminaires. The 50- through775-watt products come in both clear and coatedelliptical bulbs with medium or mogul bases.

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The 3Z-watt Halarc lamps must be operated onspecial GE lighting-approved ballasts. A suitablehigh power factor electronic ballast is listed.

Applications

Halarc lamps are ideal for retail and commercialapplications requiring efficient white light.

Wattage ßange: 32 - 175

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Metat Hatide lamps - Mutti-VapofThe Multi-Vapor line of metal halide lamps givesexcellent color rendition with a neutral white lightoutput and excellent operating efficiency. In addi-tion, Multi-Vapor lampi have lòng life and enableprecise optical control, which contributes to theirextensive use in HID lighting applications.

SP30 Multi-Vapor Metal Halide

SP30 Multi-Vapor lamps combine all the advan-tages of the Multi-Vapor range with a warm colorappearance. With their unique blend of phos-phors, the SP30 Multi-Vapor lamps provide awarm, rich color that gives merchandise, furnish-ings and decor added appeal. The 3000K colortemperature of SP30 lamps blends exceptionallywell with incandescent, halogen and tri-phosphorfluorescent lamps.

Conpact Multi-Vapor

Reduced outerjacket lamps are available in776and 400 watts. The 175 watt is a BDIZ versus thestandard EZB, and the 400 watt is an 8D28, versusthe standardBST. These lamps provide the poten-tial for compact fixture design and improvedoptical control.

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Multi-Vapor lamps consist of a high pressuredischarge in mercury vapor with metal halideadditives to provide the éxcellent color perfor-mance. The quartz arc tube is mounted in anelliptical glass bulb which may be either clear orphosphor coated. The phosphor\coating im-proves the level of color rendering and gives-more consistent color from lamp io lamþ andwattage to wattage.

Applications

Multi-Vapor lamps may be used for the lightingof retail outlets, offices, arenas, service stationcanopies and parking lots.SP30 Multi-Vapor lamps can be used for all large-scale interior lighting, including commercial andretail areas.

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Metat Hatide Lanps - High ùutput Mutti-VapofMajor improvements in the Multi-Vapor rangehave been achieved by optimizing performancein particular burning positions. Horizontal lampsgive up to 257o more light than their universalburning equivalents, while for vertical lamps animprovement of more tlrran l0% is possiblé.Lumen maintenance is also very good, ensuringthat the benefits of increased light output con-tinue throughout the life of the lamp.In addition, GE horizontal Multi-Vapor lamps lastup to 67% longer than universal buining lamps.This translates into substantial financial savingswith reduction in the costs of replacement lampsand maintenance labor.For any application where fixed orientationlamps can be used, the GE High OutputMulti-Vapor range can reduce costs dramatically.

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Description

The arc tube desþ of thç High OutputMulti-Vaporlamps has been optimized for operation in eithefahorizontal or avertical burning position in order toachieve increased operating efficiency. Arc tubes aremounted in elliptical glass bulbs with clear or colorenhancing phosphor coated finishes.

Applications

The unsurpassed performance of the HighOutput range of Multi-Vapor lamps makes themsuitable for a very wide range of installations,including commercial and industrial interiors,shopping malls and floodlighting of all kinds.The very long life of the lamps makes themparticularly suitable for limited-access areas suchas sports centers and swimming pools, servicestations and billboard lighting.

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Applications

I Line Multi-Vapor lamps are excellent conver-sions for mercury lamps in virtually any existinginstallation. A list of compatible mercury ballastsfor l-Line Multi-Vapor lamps is available from GELighting (Form #205-01030).

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Universal - U: Burn any position, but in positionsother than vertical base up or base down, useonly in enclosed fixtures which can containfragments of hot qtrartz or glass.

Vertical - VBU/VgD: Vertical base up or verticalbase down - lamp must be operated only within15" ofvertical.

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65400061000/ ttlVß3251/U/WM325 lls/n1288) /(l/8)

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ttll e ta t H a I i d e La m p s - S a f-T-G a rd' M u lti-Va p o rSaÊT:Gard Multi-Vapor selÊextinguishing lampsinclude a special construction feature designed tohelp prevent exposure of people to harmful ultra-violet energy in case the outer glass bulb of thelamp is broken or punctured. SaÊT:Gard lampshave an internal device that automatically discon-nects the electrical supply to the arc tube within15 minutes after breakage during operation, thusûrning off the l*p.SaÊT:Gard lamps are certifiedro meet Federal Standard 21 CFR 1040.30.

Applications

SaÊT:Gard Multi-Vapor and SaÊT:Gard I Linelamps are ideal for commercial and industrialapplications, especially where open fixtures arebeing used.

0perating Position

Vertical base up t15î

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Caution: If the outer glass envelope of a SaÊT:Gardlamp is broken, although the arc tube will have selÊextinguished, its supporting structure will still beelectrically connected. Be sure power is off and thelamp has cooled before removing to avoid possibleelectrical shock from contact with the arc tubesupport or burn from the hot arc tube.

Wattage Bange: 325 - 1000

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t00t l5tþ(391) I t/z(243) 11150 MWl101/t/BU M47PA-|1000/VRU 6 10000 105000 83000 4000 65 Char-VBUx|î" (6)

325 llTtt(284 /(1/8) 11148 MW325l/U/Wt/, 6 15000v 26700v

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400 llln(28/) /1178) 1il15 AtW4qq/Cl/U M59PKr400l/U 6 t5000 34300t/

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400 ll¡/to(284 /11/8) 11144 MW400/V8U A'|59PJ|400/V8U 6 20000 3/400 29900 4000 65 Clear VBUI|î" 0./5 (/)

400 115/ß(2Bl /(1/8) 11145 MW4q]/C/VBU A459PK-T400/VBU 6 20000 37400 28800 3t00 /0 Coated-V9Ux||" A75 (/)

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3 /5 High lntensity Discharge Lamps

Compact Metal Halide Lamps - Arcstream"The Arcstream range is available in a choice ofwattages, color temþeratures, and bulb shapes.,Longlife and superb operating efficiencies makeArcstream lamps highly attractive to end users.Compact lumiäaireîeiign and excellent opticalcontrol are made possible by this single-ended,small point light source. MBI150 Arcstreamlamps are also available in the PAR64 format.

Mùl Lanps

The Arcstream MQI is used in a variety of fixturesand applications from indoor display lighting toexterior floodlighting.

Applications

The Arcstream family's strongest feature is itsversatility, which enables it to be used for anytype of lighting needing high quality light fromefficient sources. Applications include retail andcommercial applications and museums wherecrisp, white light is required.

Operating Position

MBI - Universal. MQI - Horizontal t45o

0perating lllotes

It is important the tubular shaped lamps areoperated in suitably enclosed luminaires with aUV absorbing cover glass. Full enclosure will alsoretain any fragments of quartz in the unusualevent of the outer bulb shattering.All Arcstream lamps can operate on the relevantdouble-ended metal halide ballasts. They can alsobe used on standard high pressure sodium ballasts.

Wattages: 70, 150

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150 5 t/4 ll33) 300t0 4t8fi50/PAn64/304t I 6000 11000 9675 3000 80 Med¡üt &safi- l3o

150 5 t/t lt33) 21286 lvlqll50/P4fl64/40v I 6000 10250 8325 4000 86 lla¡nwùæn-f

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150 3t/t189) 2lhlb/) 21054 M8ll50/T/40 10 6000 11250 10/50 4000 8l] tlw150 3 t/z 189) 2 1/4 (5/) 2t053 M8t150/rßt 10 6000 1200t 9250 3000 '80 A¿ø

7t 3 t/z l8S) 2 t/4 (5/) 2105/ MBI/0/'|/40 l0 6000 5000 4100 4000 '80 tlsø

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ICompact Metal Halide lamps - CSI

Compact Source, Sealed Bean

CSI Sealed Beam lamps extend the possibilitiesof floodlighting design by providing a spotlightrather than the wide beam flood offered by linearlamps. Being a metal halide light source, colorperformance is excellent, with a high CRI andcolor temperature of 4000K. With its own built-inreflector system, optical control is extremelyaccurate.CSI lamps are also available in a hot restrikeversion so that in the event of an interruption tothe power supply, the lamps will restart immedi-ately. Finall¡ with their high efficacy and longlife, operational and maintenance costs are lowerthan would be expected from conventionalfloodlighting lamps.

Description

CSI lamps consist of a high pressure dischargewith metal halide additives operating in a quartzarc tube. The arc tube is mounted in a PAR 64sealed beam unit with a clear front glass. Thisunit not only provides thermal and physicalprotection for the arc tube, but also acts as anintegral precision reflector system.

Applications

CSI lamps are ideal for the long range projectionof light. Based on the economy of operation andexcellent color rendition, they are most frequentlyused for indoor and outdoor sports lighting andgeneral fl oodlighting applications.

0perating Position

Universal.

Wattage: î000

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Mercury LampsMercury lamps combine good efficiency and longlife for use in many general lighting applications.The clear mercury lamps offer good optical con-trol while the phosphor-coated lamps providegood color characteristics. Phosphor-coated lampsare available in deluxe white (3900K) and warmdeluxe white (3300K).

Description

Mercury lamps consist of a high pressure mer-cury discharge operating within a qûartz arctube. The arc tube is mounted in a glass outerbulb which may be clear or phosphor-coated.

Applications

Mercury lamps may be used in a variety of appli-cations, including roadway lighting, parking, andstorage areas. Indoor applications are usuallyrestricted to industrial facilities where no specialconsideration is paid to color rendition.GE Lighting makes E-Z LuP LucaloP high pressuresodium and I Line Multi,-VaþaP metal hakde lampsthat are reduced ua,tta,ge retrofit reþIacements formercury lamps. See pages 3.6, 3.13, and 3.14 for moreinformation.

0perating Position

Universal.

Wattage Bange: 40/50 - 100

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100 [ t/n lls|) 3 t/z lB9) 12464 Hfl100A38/A23 HJtu-100 5 1t000 3/00 3000 5/00 15 Clear

100 5 t/n lt38) 3 t/z (09) 12467 Hq1000X38/A23 H38MP-100/0X 5 18000 4000 3050 3800 50 0elure White

t00 5Unl13B) ?t/zlB9) 1/113 HRlq09XJBA'lt] HJBAVI01/0X 5 18000 4000 3800 3900 50 Delwe White 16)

/5 5 t/ß 1138) 3 t/z l89J 12461 Hß/50X43 H43AV-/5/0X 5 16000 2800 2250 3900 50 qeluxe ltt/hite

40/50 5 t/a (130) 3 th 179) t2460 Hn40/500X4546 H45AY40/50/0X 5 18000 1 140 910 3900

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50Won H46 Ralkst

H3gqt:t00 5 24000+ 3850 2800 2800100 / tþ ltst) 5 (12t) 12471 Hnt00A38 t5 Chu(6)

1t0 I t/z ll9l) 5 112/) 124/4 Hnl00W0X38 H38JA-100/WDX 5 24000+ 3400 2600 3300 50 Wan 1elute White 16)

100 7 tþ ltqt) 5 (t27) 22575 Hßt000X38 12PK HSBJA-100/0X 12 24000+ 4200 3200 3s00 50 0eluteWhitelî)

100 /y2ll91) 5(12/) 16617 Hfrl10qXJB 5PK HJBJA-|1q/0X 5 24000+ 4200 3200 3900 50 0elne Whie 16)

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828 Dianeter 3t/2" Mogul (839) Base FE.3 Whire, 4 Clear

837 Dianeter 4%" (l I8 nn) Base 5 White, Ftg.6 Chu

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400 I I 5/ß 1287) / ll/8) 32313 H33Gt40t/0X/8r t 24000+ 22t00 t6500 3900 50 0elureWhite(l)

1000 15 r/n (1BJ) 9 t/z (241) 24191 Hn10000X36 H36GW1000/0X 6 24000+ 6300t 40000 Jg00 50 0elwelilhite(6)

1000 15 t/nl3q1) I t/2(24t) 24171 Hnru00A36 24000+ 5/0t0 44450 5/00 15 tlea(E)H36Gr/.t000 6

,¡¡¡ 75t/nl3Bz) 93/0(238) 32/33 Hfl1000tx34 50 1elwe blthite (28)b 16000 62000 4//00 3900

l/5 g t/t 1210) 5 (124 24062 Hßl/50X39 HSqKC-|/5/0X 12 24000+ 8600 7200 3900 50 0eluxeWhite(6)

l/5 I t/4 (210) 5 1124 l4lll Hfrt75tx39 'pK

H39KC.1/5/0X 5 24000+ 860t 7200 3900 50 1elwetrlhite(0)

1/5 tt/tlzl1) 51124 378/2 H?175wtx39 H39KC-1/5/vv0x tz 24000+ /000 5400 JJ00 50 Warn 0elwe lVhie (6)

1/5 8Y4l2l0) 51124 24t48 Hß175A39 15 tharl6)12 24000+ 7950 7t00 5/00H39K&1 75

1/5 B t/t1210) 5 lt27) 16616 Hfr175A39 ,PK H39K8-l/5 2400th /950 7000 5700 15 that (6)5

25t g t/e 1210) 5 (127) 3212/ Hß2500X3/ H3/KÇ-250/0X t2 2400t+ 12100 9800 3900 50 qeluxeWhirelî)

250 B y4l2l0) 5 (127) 3/8/t Hn250w0X37 H3/Kt-250/uv0x 12 24000+ 10000 /2t0 JJ00 50 liløn 1elue lllhite 16)

250 B th t2 24000+ fi200 9850 57005 H37KR-250 1524068 H8250A37

400 l1¡/rc(287) /11/B) 23998 Hn4000X33 H3301400/0X 6 24000+ 22500 1/500 3900 50 0eluxe Whire l/)400 11 s/rc 1287) / lll8) 3/B/t HÊ4û0W0X33 H33GL4t0/,!v0X 6 24000+ t9500 t4450 3300 50 llarn telwe White [)

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Description

Mercury reflector lamps consist of a highsure mercury discharge operating withinarc tube.

Applications

Mercury reflector lamps are particularly suitablefor operation in dirty industrial environments orinaccessible areas where minimum maintenanceis required. In addition, mercury PAR and Rlamps can be used for landscape and commercialand industrial fl oodlighting.

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Wattage ßange: 100 - 1000

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100 5 U16 (13t1 19648 H?|00PSP44/MF0 12 12000 2450 l/00 5/00 15 PARSpol

PAß38 Dianeter 43h'l (121 nn) Adnediun Skirted Base Fþ. I

100 5 //ß (tgg) 24040 HB100PSP44 H4405-100 t2 12000 2450 1700 5/00 15 PAn Spot

100 5Unll38) 24038 Hn100PfL44 H44JM-100 12 12000 2450 1/0t 5/t0 15 PAfr fbod

n40 Dianeter 5" 7 Mediun Base 2

1/5 7 (t/8) 50 frefleûuwFl]elwewhirelî)33026 Hnt/5B0Xfr39 H39BP-175/0X 12 24000+ 5/00 4350 3900

1/5 / (l/8) 24058 Hnt75BFL39 H398M.175 t2 24000+ 5/00 4800 5/00 15 ßeflecnr Flood (6)

100 / (t/8) 36495 Hnt]qn9xFISB H38BP.|00/0X t2 24000+ 2850 2050 3900 50 ßefleaalilflteluxetllhite(6)

100 / (178) 36238 Hn100nFr38 H388t't-100 12 240t0+ 2850 2000 5/0t 15 freflunr flood 16)

ß40 Dianeter 6" 27 Base 2

ß52 Dianeter 6t/2" 65 Base

ß60 Dianeter 7'/r" (lgl nn) Mogul (839) Rase Frg.2

t/5 7 t/z (191) 36445 Hflt/'nfßg/M H3985-175 t2 24000+ 5700 4800 5100 15 fleflenu fhodl6)

400 llY41279) 24112 Hfl400ß33 fl33FY40t 6 24000+ 18300 15900 5/00 15 nelhctorl.f. (/)

400 Il It 1279) lït 1197) 338/9 Hfr400fl0x33 H330N400/0X 6 24000+ 22000 1/100 3900 50 flellectoF1eluxe White [)

4t0 10 t/a 125/) 23996 Hß400fl5P33 H33FP400 6 15 fleflætor Spotlhu Faæ 17)24000+ 153t0 I 1050 5/00

400 t0 Yt (254 33938 H1400ß0XFI33 H33f5400/tX 6 2400t+ 15500 8950 3900 50 freflectot lilfL. ]elwe l¡y'hite.

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Applications

SaÊT:Gard mercury lamps are ideal for commer-cial and industrial applications, especially whereopen lighting fixturès are being used.GE Lighting makes EZ Luf Lucalof high pressuresod,ium and I Li,ne Multi,-VaþoP metal halide lampsthat are reduced wattage retrofit replacements fornxsrcury lamþs. See þages 3.6, 3.13, and 3.14 for moreinformation.

0perating Position

Universal.

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Caution: If the outer glass envelope of a SaÊT:.Gardlamp is broken, the arc tube will selÊextinguish,but its supporting structure will still be electricallyconnected. Be sure power is off and the lamp hascooled before removing to avoid possible electricalshock from contact with the arc tube support orburn from the hot arc tube.

Wattage Bange: 175 - 1000

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E23t/, Dianeter 2tíhí' Mediun Rase 2

I828 Dianeter 3,/y'' nn) Mogul (839) Base Frg.3

t00 /t/,ltst) 5(124 12457 Hn000X38 ,PK H38JA-400/0X 5 16000 3/00 3t0t 3900 50 Deluxe Whi¡e

l/5 sr¡1210) 5112/) 4339t Htl/50X39 ffiqKcnls/0x t2 16000 //00 6450 3900 50 1elwe White

250 8 r/a l2t0) 5 112/) 43392 Ht2500X3/ 50 1eluxe Whieffi/KC,r250/0X t2 24000 I 12t0 9050

837 Diameter 45/0" (118 nn) Mogul (839) Base Fig. 4400 tt¡hol287) 7/178) 4336i Ht4000X33 H33GI t400/0X 6 24000 20t00 I 1400 3900 50 0elurc White

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Mercury lamps - E-Z Merc' SetÍ-Battasted lanpsE-ZMerc selÊballasted lamps do not requiremercury ballasts - nor any other auxiliary electri-cal component.E-Z Merc lamps easily convertinaccessible incandescent lamp sockets to thelongerJife benefits of mercury lamps for long-term reductions in lamp replacement labor.

Applications

Commercial and industrial installations wherehigh-wattage incandescent lamps are being usedin areas difficult to access or maintain.

0perating Position

Universal.

Operating lllotes

E-ZMerc lamps can be operated on AC or DCcircuits, in any burning position. However, hori-zontal operation will provide somewhat lowerreference lumens. Recommended only for use inambient temperatures between -15"C (5'F) and5o"c (122'F).

Wattage ßange: 160 - 750

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824 Dianeter 3" (76 nn) Mediun (826/24) Base FE.2160 / (1/8) 4s/n(116) 45t/B HSBl60/lvl R87vM-r60 24 120t0 2300 1600 39t0 50 0elweWhhe. l20V/9)

828 Dianeter 3/2" Mediun Base 2

828 Dianeter 3t/2" (89 nn) Mogul (839) Base Fþ.3

250 8 1þ(218) 53/ß1132) 45t/4 H58250/lt B94HM-250 12 12000 5000 3750 3900 50 0elue White. 130V (9)

250 8t/z 5Yß 45t/6 HSB250 R94HP-250 t2 120t0 5000 375t 3900 50 ]elue White.

857 Diameter 7/s" (l8l nn) Mogul (839) Base Fþ.4

/50 l2Vql324) 8ys(213) 440t3 HSB750î/240 b Belkctot fkod-

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Wattage Bange: 50 - l000

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E2l Diameter 67 mn E27 Base

E23t/, Diameter 75 nn 840 Base

250 t50 44048 1U250/40 12 24000+ 28000 27000 2100 22 Cku (l)

250 252 t50 44050 1U250/S/40 12 24000+ 30000 28000 2100 22 Cku (3)

400 252 t50 44055 1U400/40 12 24000+ 510t0 45000 2100 22 Ckar (2)

50 t60 105 10/92 LU50/50/27 l2 24000+ 3400 3060 1900 22 Cleu (3)

50 160 105 10/94 LU50/90/0/2/ t2 24000+ 3300 29/0 1500 22 tiffuse (3)

/0 160 105 10405 ru/0/s0/27 t2 24000+ 6000 5400 1900 22 Cleu (3)

/0 160 105 10101 rut0/90/0/2/ 12 24000+ 5800 5220 1900 22 Dtffuse (3)

100 186 127 1t589 LUt00/100/0/40 12 24000 9200 /820 2000 22 9iffuæ 13)

150 201 t31 44044 LUt50/55/40 12 24000+ 16000 w1t 2000 22 Cleu (2, 10)

825 Diameter 80 mm 840 Rase

t000 386 224 44055 LUt000/40 6 24000+ t40000 126000 210t 22 tlear

828 Dianeter 89 nm 840 Base

125 232 at40 LU|25A0 24000 12000 10800 2000 22 Chr (3)

150 215 131 44245 rut50/100/o/40 t2 24000+ 14000 12600 2000 22 ]iffus12, ll)250 232 44t52 ru250/o/4t 12 24000+ 26000 23400 2000 22 1ttfuse ll)

837 Diameter I 18 nn E40 Base400 292 182 44057 tU400/0/40 6 24000+ 47500 42750 2t0t 22 0iffuse

Tl0 Diameter 32 mm E27 Base

/0 143 90 t8583 LU70/90/'n0/2/ 12 16000 6000 54t0 1900 22 Chr (3)

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70 1/5 105 l//33 IU/0/90/'t/2/ l2 16000 6000 5400 t900 22 thu (3)

Tl4'/, Diameter 46 nn 840 Base100 209 t27 t/590 1U100/100/r/40 12 24000 9600 8160 2000 22 Chu (3)

150 209 13t 44244 1u150fi00/40 12 24000+ 15000 t3500 20t0 22 Cleu (2, 1 1)

250 260 158 22453 1U250/r/40 t2 24000+ 2t500 24750 2ttt 22 tleu (l)

400 ZBt 180 I 16/8 1U400/r/40 t2 24000+ 51000 45000 2100 22 Chu (2)

TIB Diameter 58 mm E40 Base1000 382 224 4424/ LU|000/T18/40 6 24000+ 140000 t26000 2100 22 Clear (3)

High Pressare Sodium lamps - lucalox' (continued)

Export Base lamps

Wattage Bange: 50 - 400

Deluxe Lucalox lamps

828 Dianeter 89 nm 840 Base

400 223 t36 19653 1U400/tM4o t2 1500t 37400 3U00 2200 65 Cleu l2l

250 252 150 1t/8/ 1U250/oX/40 12 t5000 2t000 18400 2200 65 tku 12)

lnternal lgnitor lucalox lanps

E23t/2 Diameter 75 nn 827 Skirted Base

Mercury ßetrofit lucalox lamps

E23t/2 Diameter 75 nn 827 Base

70 186 t17 1t/36 LU70/90/0/t/27 12 16000 5800 5220 1900 22 0iffuse 13)

70 186 117 fi/35 IU70/90/U27 l2 16000 6000 5400 1900 22 Cha 13)

50 186 11/ t1734 tu50/90/0/t/27 12 t6000 3300 29/0 1900 22 1ilfitæ (3)

50 186 fi7 11733 LU50/90/t/2/ t2 t6000 3400 306t t900 22 Chu (3)

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110 l/5 109 I 1683 t2 t6000 8800 7920 1900 22

828 Dianeter 89 mn 840 Base

215 232 49941 LUH215/0/'Z/40 12 12000 2t200 18600 1900 22 0ilfuse 16. 12)

White lucalox lanps

Tl0 Dianeter 32 mn 827 BaseOE 133 B3 18839 LU95/5P28/27 t2 10000 5200 4160 2800 70

Tl0 Dianeter 32 nn PGl2 Base

95 149 8/ lBB3B 12 5200 4t60 2800 70 Cku (3)

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Rl7 Dianeter 54 mn 827 Base - Enclosed Fixtures

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Protection of Bulbs from Moisture. Outer bulbs ofHID lamps are made of heat resistant glass, de-signed to have strength and thermal-shock-resis-tant characteristics suitable for normal applica-tions in typical luminaires. However, shielding oflamps must be provided to avoid bulb breakagethat could result from direct contact with liquids(such as water) durins operation. Reflector typeGE HPS lamps in R-38 bulbs are Teflon@ coated toresist breakage due to thermal shock from contactwith liquids and snow. Teflon@ is a registeredtrademark of DuPont.Rated Life. Values are based on laboratory testsof a large number of representative lamps undercontrolled conditions, including operation at 10

hours per start on ballasts having specified electri-cal characteristics. Individual lamps or groups oflamps may, of course, vary from the Rated Lifeshown. Lamp operating conditions can also affectlife. \À/here Rated Life is less than 24,000 hours,it is a MEDIAN value of life expectancy; that is,the total operating time atwhich, under normaloperatingèonditions, 50% of any large group ofinitially installed lamps is expected to be stillburning. Where Rated Life is 24,000+hotrs,67Voof lamps are expected to be still burningat24,000hours. For cost-oÊlight calculations involving theselamps, if an estimated operating time is requiredatwhich 50% of tli'e lamps will still be burning,a value of 28,500 hours is suggested. At burningcycles shorter than 10 hours per start, the medianlift will be shortened: 5 hrs,/st - approx. life 75%of rating; 2Yzhrs/st- approx. hfe 56% of rating;I%hrs/st- approx. hfe 42% of rating.Reference Lumens. Rated average lamp lumensobtained under controlled laboratory conditionsin a prescribed burning position. Initial ReferenceLumens refer to the lamp lumen output after 100-hours burning. Mean Reference Lumens refer tothe lamp lumen output at the mean lumen pointduring lamp life. The mean lumen point occurs at50Vo rated life for HPS and mercury lamps, whilethe mean lumen point occurs at 407o rated life formetal halide lamps. Lamp performance on typicalsystems under rypical service conditions will varyfrom the reference lumen ratings.Design Factor. A factor that combines the in-crease or decrease of lamp light output over lamplife with the electrical characteristics of ballastsand, when applicable, fixture characteristics. Thedesign factor, when multiplied by the publishedReferenced Mean Lumens of the lamp, will moreaccurately state the light output of the HIDsystem over life. Fixture Coefficient of Utilizationand fixture /lamp depreciation are not includedin the Design Factor.

Ballasts. HID lamps (except E-Z-Merc@) requireauxiliary ballast equipment designed to produceproper electrical values. Actual lamp watts mayvary depending on ballast characteristics. Fortotal system watts, add nominal ballast watts.Specifications for auxiliary equipment are avail-able from the GE Lighting Marketing & SalesDivision. All Lucalox@ and mercury lamps willstart at ambient temperatures of -2ZoF (-30'C)when used on ballasts meeting these specifica-tions. All metal halide lamps, except I Line andMXR32 Halarc@ lamps, will start at ambient tem-peratures of -22"F (-30'C) when used on ballastsmeeting these specifications. I Line Multi-Vapor@will start at ambient temperatures of 5oF (-15"C)when used on approved mercury ballasts. HalarcMXR32 will start at ambient temperatures of 50oF(10'C) when used on approved ballasts.Start Characteristics. Full light output does notoccur immediately when power is applied. In-stead, there is a time delay for the lamp to reach90Vo total light output. The starting delay forLucalox is 3-4 minutes, for Multi-Vapor 2-5minutes, and for mercury 5-7 minutes.Restart Characteristics. Withof half cycle or more the arc

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Caution

The following operating instructions must becomplied with to help avoid possible shatteringand early failure of the lamp.Metal Halide lamps are constructed of an outerbulb with an internal arc tube made of quartz.The arc tube operates under high pressure atvery high temperatures - as high as approxi-mately 1100'C. The arc tube and outer bulb mayunexpectedly rupture due to internal causes orexternal factors such as a system failure ormisapplication.¡ Lamp may only be operated in the types of

fixtures prescribed in the applicable specifica-tion bulletin. Fixture lens/diffuser materialmust be able to contain fragments of hotqvartz or glass (up to 1100'C). If in doubt,contact your fixture manufacturer.

o Electrically insulate any metal to glass supportin fixture to avoid decompositon of the glass.

¡ Protect lamp from direct contact with liquids(such as water) to avoid breakage from ther-mal shock.

o In continuously operating systems (24hours/day,7 days/week), turn lamps off once perweek for at least 15 minutes. Failure to complyincreases the risk of rupture.

o Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into thesocket to minimize loosening due to vibration.Do not use excessive force as the glass bulbmay break.

¡ Do not scratch glass bulb because it may breakduring installation or later during lamp operation.

o Relamp fixtures at or before the end of rated life.Beyond rated life, light output diminishes whileenergy consumption and risk of rupture increase.

o Turn power offand let lamp cool before removalto avoid potential burn and electrical shockhazard during lamp replacement.

Use In Bnclosed Fixtures. For lamps requiringenclosed fixtures, fixture lens/diffuser materialmust be able to contain fragments of hot quartzor glass (up f"o 1100'C).Use In Open Fixtures. For lamps operated in thevertical position that are not designated "En-closed Fixtures only", lamp may be used in anopen or enclosed lighting fixture dependingupon the application and operating environ-ment. For example, if the lamp is located nearcombustible material or in an area which isunoccupied for extended periods, an enclosedfixture which can contain fragments of hotquartz or glass is recommended.

For more information, contact your fixturemarrufacturer.Arcstream'" tubular lamps must be used in e,n-closed fixtures with UV absorbing glass. Enclosedfixtures must be capable of containing fragmentsof hot quartz or glass (up to 1100'C).

lnportant lVotice

In accordance with Federal Standard 21 CFR1040.30, the notice to the Multi-Vapor! Halarc$ and 64 (thosehaving Ordering Codes beginning with theletters *M\|R...,' "MXR... " or "M8I150P4R64... ")*WARNING. This larnp can cause serious skinburn and eye inflammation from shortwaveultraviolet radiation if outer envelope of thelamp is broken or punctured, and the arc tubecontinues to operate. Do not use where peoplewill remain for more than a few minutes unlessadequate shielding or other safety precautionsare used. Certain types of lamps that will auto-matically extinguish when the outer envelope isbroken or punctured are commercially availablefrom General Blectric Company." These are theself-extinguishing Saf-T-Gard@ Mercury andMulti-Vapor lamps.

ATTENTION: This brand-name cross-reference chart isprovided only as a quick reference. Other lamp companybrand listings may only represent a near equivalent, versusan identical match to GE Lighting brands. Individual lampmannfacturers' performance specifications should beconsulted. Lamp performance may be affected byenvironmental conditions, ballast type and/or otherauxiliary equipment.

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I Mercury lamps are constructed of an outer bulbI with an internal arc tube made of quartz. The arc

tube operates under high pressureãt very highremperatures - as high as approximately 1100"C.The arc tube and outer bulb may unexpectedlyrupture due to internal causes or external factorssuch as a system failure or misapplication.o Lamp may be operated in any position. Lamp

must only be operated with compatible electri-cal equipment in the tlpes of fixtures pre-scribed in the applicable specification bulletin.Fixture lens/diffuser material must be able tocontain fragments of hot qmrtz or glass (upto 1100'C). If in doubt, contactyour fixturemanufacturer.

o Electrically insulate any metal to glass supportin fixture to avoid decomposition of the glass.

o Protect lamps from direct contact with liquids(such as rain, sleet or snow) to avoid breakagefrom thermal shock.

r Screw lamp firmly but not forcibly into thesocket to minimize loosening due to vibration.Do not use excessive force as the glass bulbmay break.

¡ Do not scratch glass bulb because it may breakduring installation or later during lamp operation.

L o Turn power off and let lamp cool beforeI remo,Jal, to avoid potential burn and electrical

shock hazard during lamp replacement.o Relamp fixtures at or before the end of rated

life. Beyond rated life, light output diminisheswhile energy consumption and risk of ruptureincrease.

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In accordance with Federal Standard 21 CFR1040.30, the following notice applies to all Stan-dard Mercury Lamps (those having OrderingCodes beginning uÂth the letters "HR..."):WARNING: This lamp can cause serious skinburn and eye inflammation from shortwaveultraviolet radiation if outer envelope of thelamp is broken or punctured, and the arc tubecontinues to operate. Do not use where peoplewill remain for more than a few minutes unlessadequate shielding or other safety precautionsare used. Certain types of lamps that will auto-matically extinguish when the outer envelope isbroken or punctured are commercially availablefrom General Electric Company." These are self-extinguishing Saf-T:Gard@ mercury and Multi-Vapor@ lamps.

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01. Design Factor 1.1

02. Design Factor 1.05

03. Design Factor 1.0

04. Design Factor .90

05. Design Factor.85

06. Design Factor.80

07. Design Factor.75

08. Design Factor.70

09. Do not use this lamp in fixtures designed for less than rated lampwattage.

10. When operated on ANSI specification "556" High Pressure Sodiumballasts, lumen ratings will decreæe by abowt 50Vo.

11. When operated on ANSI "S55" High Pressure Sodium ballasts,intermittent cycle and short lamp life will occur.

72. On suitable mercury ballæts, lamp wattage will slowly drop æ the lampages.

13. For use only in 175-watt metal halide luminaires that do not exceedmuimum temperatures of 160oC ât the point where metallic basemeets the heat resistant collar and 245oC on the solder button of theplastic collar for this lamp.

14. Life shom is for vertical 130" operation. All other burning positions:6,000 hours.

15. Life shom is forvertical 130'operation. All other buming posiúons:15,000 hours.

16. Approximate lumen ratings at 45o burning position: Initial - 145,000.Mean - 135,500.

17 . Mean lumens and rated life based on 5 or more burning hours perstart.

18. Life shom is for vertical 130' operation. Ail other buming positions:10,000 hours.

19. Mean lumens shom are for operation on approved CIC\rVA mercuryballasts at 10 hours per start. For continuous operation, mean lumensare 22,800 for vertical burning and 21,000 for horizontal.

20. Mean lumens shown are for operation on approved CPCWA mercuryballasts at 10 hours per stårt. For continuous operation, mean lumensare 22,000 for vertical burning and 20,200 for horizontal.

21. When operated vertically on metal halide-type ballasts at 10 hours perstart, approximate mean lumens are 27,000. This value also applieswhen lamp is operated continuously on approved CW/CWA ballasts.When operated horizontally, initial and mean lumens decreæe by about2000 lumens.

22. When operated vertically on metal halide-type ballasts at 10 hours perstart, approximate mean lumens are 26,300. This value also applieswhen lamp is operated continuously on approved ClW,/CX¿VA ballasts.When operated horizontally, initial and mean lumens decreæe by about2000 lumens.

23. Mean lumens shom are for operation on approved CW/CWA mercuryballasts at 10 hours per start. For continuous operation, mean lumensare 21,ô50 for vertical burning and 19,850 for horizontal burning.

24. Mean lumens shom are for operation on approved CW,/CWA mercuryballasts at 10 hours per start. For continuous operation, mean lumensare 21,100 for vertical burning and 19,350 for horizontal burning.

25. Mean lumens shown are for operation on approved CW/CWA mercuryballasts at 10 hours per start. For continuous operation, mean lumensare 26,700 for vertical burning and 23,600 for horizontal burning.

26. Mean lumens shom are for operation on approved CW/CWA mercuryballasts at 10 hours per start. For continuous operation, mean lumensare 25,500 for vertical operation, 22,600 for horizontal burning.

27. Data shom are for operation on typical C@CWA mercury ballæts. Onlag-type mercury ballasts: approx. initial lumens 109,200; mean lumens87,350; lamp wattage approximately 970 watts. On M47 metal halideballasts; approximate initial lumens 115,000; mean lumens 92,000; lampwatts 1000.

28. Use only 1000-watt H12 or HS4tlpe ballasts. Do not use on 1000-wattH3Gqpe ballasts.

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Fluorescent Tl2 ßapid Start lanpsGE Trinline TSTM Lanps

StaybrightTM XL

Slinline Lanps

High 0utput lanpsVery High 0utput Lanps

Power Groove@ Iamps

All-Weather lanpsMod-U-Iine@ U-Shaped Lanps

Circline Circular Fluorescent Lanps

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Initial Iunens

Initial lumen ratings are based on lamp performanceafter 100 hours of operation, measured on a referenceballast that meets specifications established by theAmerican National Standards Institute (ANSI) .

Lumens delivered by lamps operated by commercialballasts may or may not be equivalent to referenceballast ratings. Refer to the ballast manufacturer'spublished data for the appropriate "Ballast Factor" toapply to lighting design calculations.

Iífe

The rated average life (hours) shown is the medianlife when lamps are operated for 3 hours per startunder controlled conditions on a 60 Hertzelectromagnetic ballast which meets ANSI StandardsC-78 and C-82.1, orwhich meets GE Lightingspecifications where ANSI Standards do not exist.Rated average life for lamps with integral ballasts isthe median life when the lamps are operated for3 hours per start under controlled conditions on theintegral ballast. In most applications, median life canbe extended appreciably by extending the length ofthe burning cycle. Actual lamp life in fìxtures usingcommercial ballasts rrray yary, depending on theapplication and the ballast parameters.

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CONSUI,TYOUR SATES REPRESENTATIVE TOR LIFI AND LUMENINFORMATION ON OTHER I,A,MPS.

Dimensions

The nominal lamp length shown in inches andmillimeters (mm) is the overall dimension of thelamp, including the lampholders in which it is seated,except as noted.

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All GE fluorescent lamps should be used only withauxiliary equipment designed to produce propercharacteristics. Specifications for auxiliary equipmentare covered by ANSI. Specifications for auxiliaryequipment not included in ANSI Standards areavailable from GE Lighting Technical Support.

ßatings

Ratings published in this catalog are based onlaboratory tests conducted under controlledconditions. Design improvements are frequentlymade in fluorescent lamps, which tend to obsoleteratings after a period of time. Technical bulletins willbe issued from time to time if changes in ratings occurprior to the next catalog printing.

Lumens (lnitial)

This is the light output of the lamp on a referenceballast after the lamp has burned 100 hours.

Iumens (Mean)

This is the light output of the lamp on a referenceballast after the lamp has burned for 40Vo of its ratedlife.

Ballasts

The three basic types of ballasts for fluorescent lampsare preheat, instant start and rapid start. In general,lamps identified as preheat, rapid start or instant startshould be used only on the corresponding ballasttype. Electronic ballasts are presently available in bothinstant start and rapid start designs.

Color Temperature

Measured in Kelvins, color temperature describes theoverall warmth or coolness produced by the source. Alower color temperature indicates a warm source thatemphasizes reds, oranges and yellows. A higher colortemperature designates a cool sour'ce that emphasizesblues and greens.

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The color rendering index shows how well (normaland natural) a source makes objects appear.Generally, the higher the CRI, the better it makespeople and objects look' The CRI of different sourcescan be compared only if the sources have the samecolor temperature.

Factors Affecting Lamp Performa nce

The Ballast

Operating Characteristics - The life of a fluorescentlamp is strongly affected by the ballast. The AmericanNational Standards Institute has set standards forfluorescent ballasts that will ensure proper operationof fluorescent lamps. Ballast characteristics that havea significant effect on lamp life are Current CrestFactor, Starting Time, Cathode Voltage and OpenCircuit Voltage.

Ballast Factor - This is the percentage of a lamp'srated lumen output that can be expected whenoperated on a specific, commercially available ballast.For example, a ballast having a ballast factor of 0.93will result in the lamp emitting 93Vo of its rated lumenoutput.

High Frequency - All fluorescent lamps operate moreefficiently when driven at frequencies greater than15 kHz. Four-foot fluorescent lamps operateapproximately I}Va more efficientþ, while eight-footlamps improve by about 5%. This efhciencyimprovement is one reason for the populariry ofelectronic ballasts.

0ther Factors

Temperature - The characteristics of a fluorescentlamp - light output and watts - are affected by theambient temperature, or by drafts. Most fluorescentlamps reach their maximum light output at roomtemperatures or at "luminaire temperatures," as doHigh Lumen BiaxrM Lamps. All-Weather fluorescentlamps are designed with glassjackets that permit themto reach optimum performance at outdoor and sub-zero temperatures.

Luminaire - The design of the lighting fixture(luminaire) affects the ambient temperature in whichthe fluorescent lamps will be operating. A fixture thatoperates too cool or warm will result in lower lightoutput from the lamps and reduce illumination levels.

Switching - The life of a fluorescent lamp is affected bythe number of times the lamp is started. Frequentswitching results in shorter lamp life, while continuousoperation will provide the longest lamp life. Allfluorescent lamps, except where noted, have liferatings based on 3 hours per start.

Phosphors and Colors

SP and SPX Bare Earth Phosphors

Great Color - Without Giving Up light

GE Lighting's specially developed rare earthphosphors provide what conventional phosphorscannot: both high efficiency and very good colorrendering.

Historically, good color rendering lamps (WarmWhite Deluxe and Cool \{hite Deluxe), made withconventional phosphors, produced only 60% to7}Voof the light of their standard counterparts (Cool\Alhite and Warm White).

Now, in SP and SPX lamps, GE Lighting technologyhas produced a color-enhancing fluorescent lamp thatactually delivers more light than a standard lamp.

The SP lamps use a double coating of conventionaland rare earth phosphors for a moderately priced,good color rendering lamp. The SPX lamps use muchmore of the rare earth phosphors for a premium-priced, very good color rendering lamp with high CRI.

Deluxe and ChronalinerÚ

The Deluxe (\I\"VVX, C\ÀX) and ChromalinerM (C50,C75) colors are used where a balanced, broadspectrum light source is needed to reproduce colorsvery accurately. These lamps have high CRIs - theC50 and C75 are in the 90s - but have lower lightoutput than the SP/SPX lamps. Typical applicationsare medical facilities, treatment rooms and artgalleries, where color rendering is of the utmostimportance.

Standard

Most of these lamps use a family of phosphors knownas "halophosphates," which produce a "whitish" lightfrom a single component coating. Standard colorsrange in color temperature from 3000K to 6500K andinclude Warm White, White, Cool White and Daylight.

Standard colors are used in areas where aneconomical light source is needed and high-qualitycolor is not critical.

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Special Colors

GE Lighting has a complete line of fluorescent lampsfor special applications, including:

BLIBLB (Blacklights) - These emit [IV-A radiationand are commonly used to detect fluorescentmaterials in a variety of industrial applications or inprocesses employing fIV curable dyes and inks. Theyare also used to display fluorescent posters andcostumes and to create effects in nightclubs andrestaurants.

Plant Lights - Both PL and PLIAQphosphors weredeveloped for use in horticultural and aquariumapplications. The unique phosphor blend is designedto promote plant growth and enhance the appearanceof plant and aquatic life.

Germicidal - This term designates clear lamps made ofa uV' transmitting glass which transmits th.e 253.7nanometer radiation from the discharge-a wavelengtheffective in killing various forms of bacteria.Applications include water and air purifìcation.

CAUTION: These lamps emit short wavelengthradiation. Be sure eyes and skin are properþprotected at all times.

Lanp Fanilies

Trinline TBTM

GE Trimline T8 lamps wse 20% fewer watts thanstandard F40s and operate even more effìciently whenused on electronic ballasts. TrimlineTS lamps areavailable in both SP and SPX phosphors, ranging incolor temperature from warm to cool, and they comein a number of sizes and wattages.

GE Trimline TB lamps operate on either rapid start orinstant start ballasts, and due to their high energyeffìciency, are included in most energy reductionrebate programs.

Conpact

The GE Lighting family of plug-in compact lampsincludes LowWattBiaxrM, High Lumen BiaxrM, DoubleBiaxrM and 2DrM. Also available are CompaxrM,Circlite@ and a complete line of Electronic BiaxrMproducts designed to screw right into incandescentsockets, and provide the comparable light output at upto one-fourth the wattage of an incandescent lamp.

Many of the products are available with GE's SPX27phosphor, which provides a warm, pleasing colorclosely matching that of an incandescent lamp.

Waft-Miser@

Watt-Miser lamps are a direct, low wattage alternativefor most standard wattage lamps. They operate on av.aFSty of ballasts and result in an immediate energy

savings. Watt-Miser lamps are available in a variety ofwattages and sizes. Nearly every color is available,from standard Cool White and Warm White, throughthe Deluxe colors, to our popular SP/SPX family ofhigh efficiency, high CRI phosphors.

Watt-Miser lamps are intended for use where ambienttemperatures are 60oF (16'C)or higher and where thelamp surface is protected from strong air drafts.Failure to protect the lamp surface may result inreduced life, poor starting or erratic operation, suchas flickering or spiraling.

All Watt-Miser lamps are intended for use on two-lamp,indoor, lead, high power factor ballasts and are notrecommended for use with dimming or reduced currentsystems. The use of Watt-Miser lamps on single lampballasts may shorten lamp life. Rapid StartWatt-Miserlamps are intended for use only with Rapid Start ballasts.

F40 Watt-Miser Plus lamps are not recommended foruse with cathode cut-out ballasts. The F40 Watt-MiserPlus lamp is not recommended for use with electronicballasts and may require up to one minute to restart ifa circuit interruption of up to 60 seconds occurs.

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ATTBNTION: This brand-name cross-reference chart isprovided only as a quick reference. Other lamp companybrand listings may only represent a near equivalent, versusan identical match to GE Lighting brands. Individual lampmanufacturer's performance specifi cations and productofferings should be consulted. Lamp performance may beaffected by environmental conditions, ballast Lype and/ orother auxiliary eqr,ripment.

Yellow Highlíght indicates that this is a reduced waÍÍage optnn for knps

nunally used in this applicatnn. Be surero check wattage, lunens and life to

deternine which lanp ts best suited to your needs.

líght Elue Highlight indicates that this ß a lanp with high cobr renduing,

which haþs ob¡ects and penons illuninared tu appear nore true to life.

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Preheat Fluorescept Lamps

Preheat fluorescent lamps require the use of starters forproper operation. They are available in a number oflamp diameters (T5, T8, T12 and T17) and lengths-6"(152 mm) through 36" (915 mm), 60" (1524 mm) forT17. As the smallest class of linear fluorescents, theyfind use in a number of small-fit applications, includingcabinet and display case lighting, emergency lightingand transportation vehicles.

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T5 Dianeter 5/a " 6 - Miniature Bipin (G5) Base Fþ. I

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T8 Diameter I " (26 nn)- Mediun Base 2

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4 6 (152) 10004 [4t5/tw 135 100 415024 6000 62 tool tilhite

4 6 (152) 15583 f4r'/CW CAflo 10 6000 135 t00 4t50 62 CmlWhite

4 6 lt52) lt]ll F4r5/o 24 6000 fi5 85 8250 /5 qaylìghl

6 I 1229) 10032 f6t5/CW 62 tool t/lthite7500 295 235 415024

6 9 (229) r59t6 f6l5/tw CAßo IO /500 235 4150 62 CmlWhite

6 I (229) 10028 f6r5/o 24 /500 230 185 6250 75 qaylight

8 12 1305) 10059 fgr,/cw 62 CnlWhite7500 400 320 4t5024

B t2 1305) 1598/ FgT,/CW CAßo l0 7500 400 320 4150 62 toolWhite

B 12 (3051 10064 ß15,4¡1/W 24 7500 410 33t 3000 52 Wam Wh¡te

8 t2 (305) 10055 f8r5/t 24 7500 330 1b5 625t /5 Daylight

t3 2t /533) 10086 F13r5/M 24 7500 850 /05 4150 62 Cool lilhite

13 2t (533) 10089 fßr,/Vvw 24 /500 8/0 /20 3000 52 llarn lilhite

t3 12 1305) 10098 Fßrq/cw 24 /500 565 480 4150 62 Cool t|hie

14 15 (3Bl) 10104 fl4lq/M 580 415024 /500 685 62 Cool lllhite

14 t5 l38t) 10102 fl4tg/o 24 /500 575 450 6250 75 q¿yl¡ght

15 t8 145/) 19644 Fl5t8/SPX30 B224 /50t t000 900

82"It00 900 350024 t50015 18 (45/) t9645 F15|8/SPX35

24 /500 1000 9tû 4100 8215 t8 (457) 19646 f15T8/SPX4l

15 I8 1454 17910 fl5r8/sP30 ,,,æ.,Sr .,¡.'.3000 /024 /500 940 850

t5 tB l45t) 1/911 fl5r8/5P35 24 7500 940 850 3500 /3

15 18 (457) 19643 F15r8/5P41 24 /500 940 850 4100 /0

t5 lB (454 10142 flírg/M 4t5024 /5t0 825 725 62 Cmltilhite

15 t8 1457) 15488 F|S|B/CW PAL 62 Cool ltthite. Palht 2304 lanps825 /25 4t5024 7500

t5 18 1457) 10143 Fl,rq/tw 6PK 62 Cool lMhie24 /500 825 725 4150

t5 t8 (454 I0t4/ fl,rqllvw 300024 7500 845 /45 52 Warn lMhite

15 t8 1457) 44433 ft,tq/Sw 6PK 77 Softwhite. flepkmWWX7500 580 495 302524

t5 tB 145/) 213t6 flírq/swqq /7 Solt White. flepkæs WX Hook hang24 7500 5t0 495 3025

t5 18 l45n 10139 FlSrB/W 750 345024 /500 850 6t White

t5 t8 (457) 10134 Fl,rq/o l5 DaylEhr1500 /00 6t5 625024

t5 t8 (454 rol35 fl5l8/0 6PK 75 0aylight24 7500 /00 615 6250

15 t8 145/) 38185 FlstB/Cn0 24 750t 620 525 5000 90 Chnna 50

30 36 (St,) 16323 H]rq/SPX1o 82 ßE 83û Phosphor24 /500 2300 2140 3000

30 38 (915) 10315 f3trq/cw 4t5024 /500 21 /5 t980 62 tool White

30 36 (915) t0316 f']tB/cw 6PK 7500 21 75 ts80 4t5024 62 Coolùlhite

3o 36 (515) 103t8 F30I8W 7500 225024 2050 3t0t 52 Watn Whie

Preheat Lamps þontinued)

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ftg. 2

T8 Diameter I " (26 nn)- Mediun

Tl2 Diameter I t/z " (38 nn) - Medíun

Tl7 Dianeter 2 t/a " ¡54 nn1-

Rase

Base 2

Base Ftg. 2

30 36 l9t5) 10328 ß0rBIl 24 /500 1500 1320 3/00 90 llatutal

30 36 l9t5) 1t320 fi]rg/cwx 24 /500 1550 1360 4t /5 89 ]elurcCnlWhhe

30 36 (915) 103il fi0r8/0 6PK 24 7500 1850 t680 6250 /5 ]aylþht

30 36 l9t5) tt3t0 F30t8/0 24 7500 1850 t680 6250 75 Dayliqht

30 36 (9t5) 21321 F10|q/SWHH 24 /500 1500 t320 3025 // Soft lUhite. flepkæs WWX Hook hang

30 36 (9t5) 4443/ FStrg/SW 6PK 24 /500 1500 t320 3025 // Soft l4/hie. flepkæs lilylX

20 24 1610) 1023/ F20t12/G0 6PK 24 9000 850 /60 0old

20 24 l6t0) 10233 f20n2/G 6PK 24 9000 1575 975 Grem

20 24 l6t0) 1023t f20n2/R 6PK 24 9000 450 330 Slue

20 24 1610) 38t14 F20n2/t50 24 9000 8/5 790 5000 90 Chtona 50

20 24 l6t0) 10223 f20n2/wwx 24 9000 875 /s0 3025 89 ]elue Wun White

20 24 l6t0) 10220 F20T|2/CWX 24 9000 890 800 41/5 // 0elute Cnllilhite

20 24 l6t0) 10206 F20il2/0 6PK 24 9000 1025 945 6250 75 tayliqht

20 24 (6t0) 1t205 F20Tt2/0 24 s000 t025 945 6250 75 0aylight

2t 24 (610) 10210 rztn2/yv 9000 t250 1 t50 3450 60 White24

2t 24 (6t0) 213t9 f2ff|2/SWHH 24 9000 B/5 79t 3025 77 Soft White. Hook hang

20 24 (610) 44435 F20|12/SW 6PK 24 9000 8/5 790 3025 // Soft White

20 24 (61t) 102t7 f20T12/Wr// 9000 1250 1 t50 3000 52 Wun lUhite24

20 24 (610) t0247 f2fftVtwt 24 7500 940 865 4150 62 tnllrlhite-t.Cqpention

20 24 l61t) t02t4 f20t12/CW 6PK 24 9000 1200 I 15t 4150 82 CoolWhite

20 24 (6tt) 102t3 f20n2/cw 24 9000 1200 1 150 4150 62 CoolWhire

/04tt0120012/590002420 24 l61t) t5353 f20n2/5P41

/33500120012/590002420 24 1610) w23 f20n2/sP35

/03000120012/590002420 24 l6t0) 14446 f20n2/5P30

823500t220130t90002420 24 l6t0) 15354 f20n2/SPX35

B23000t2201300s0002420 24 /6t0) 15t09 f20n2/sPx30

15 t8 145/) 10t79 F15It2/0 st00 640 5/5 6250 /5 9aylight24

15 18 ø5/) 21317 F|,fi2/SWHH 24 9000 525 455 3025 // Soft White. Bephæs lilVy'X Hook hang

15 18 (454 44695 F15q2/SW 6PK 24 s000 525 455 77 Soft ft/hite. ßeplaæs WWXi025

15 l8 (45/) 10t85 f15n2/MA 900t 780 t00 3000 52 Wam Whìte24

15 tB (454 t0183 ftíft2/Cw 6PK 24 9t0t /60 685 4150 62 Cool Whie

15 18 (45/) 10182 F15|12/CW 24 s000 t60 685 4150 62 CnlWhiti.'

14 15 (381) t01t3 ft4n2/0 9000 555 4t0 6250 75 qaylþht24

14 15 (381) 21322 ft4t|2/SWHH 24 9000 460 3/5 3025 // Softlthite. frepkæsWtrlX. Hu* hang

t4 t5 1381) 44693 ft4n2/Sw 6PK 24 9000 460 3025 // Soft White. flepkæs tlr/WX375

14 l5 (381) 10117 ft4n2/tw 6PK 24 9000 650 550 4150 62 Cnlllthite

t4 t5 1381) 10116 ft4n2/Cw 24 9000 650 550 4150 62 Cool White

t2 75 0ayl¡ghtst'60(t524) t0641 F90n7/0 9000 5t50 4530 6250

9t 60 (t524) t0643 fqtflV|W t2 9000 6000 5280 4150 62 Cool White

82 6011524) 4J443 Fq1ryïCW1VM t2 9000 5/50 5060 4150 62,toolwhite.WartllßeP

,

Fluorescent Tl2 Bapid Start Lamps

The fluorescent T12 rapid start lamp is the workhorseof commercial lighting. The Watt-Miser@ line ofreduced wattage fluorescent lamps has proven to bean effective long-term answer to the rapidly escalatingcost of electricity.

Upgrading new and existing facilities is as easy as

changing the lamp. SP/SPX color-improved T12rapid start lamps are available in both the standardand Watt-Miser lines.

Perlormance lVote:

Life is rated average life on rapid start circuits. Ratedaverage life on preheat circuits is 15,000 hours. Lifeon single-lamp, rapid start ballasts may be reduced.

All Watt-Miser lamps are intended to be used inambient temperatures of 60oF (16'C) or above.Flickering can occur at lower temperatures, or wherestrong air drafts blow directly onto unprotected lamps.

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ftg. I

I /80 3000 7025 361915) tMl f30n2/SHA/nS/WM 24 18000 2025

25 36 (515) 14425 f30TI2/5p35/ßS/yyM 24 t8000 2025 1 780 3500

25 36 (915) 14701 F3qq2/SP4UßS/WM 1 /80 4100 /024 18000 2025

25 36 (515) 44599 ß0n2/Cwns/wt't 24 18000 1640 41501925 62 Cool ltVhite. WanI4keP

25 36 (Sl5) 44600 H0ry2/4/VWÊS/WM 24 18000 1680 3t00l9/5 52 Watn lühite. Wan MiseP

25 36 1915) 21620 fi0n2,/yV/BS/VyM 1635 345024 1925 60 Wh¡te. WaÍtliliseP1t000

30 36 (9t5) t5t08 f30r14SPX30/fr5 2t4t 3000 B2 '...8ât0'ëùWù;:,. ;.'.iì: .,24 18000 23/5

30 36 (9t5) t5355 Fl]rt2/SPnS/nS ö1 .íta:Jorþ4íþM .24 18000 2375 2140 350t

7030 36 l9t5) t5266 F30t12/SnUnS 24 18000 2350 2120 3000

/33t 36 l9t5) t5085 t30n2/SÆ5/ns 24 18000 2350 2120 350t

30 36 (9t5) 15267 f30t12/5P41/ßS /024 t8000 2350 2120 4100

62 tool White24 t8000 2225 1940 415030 36l9t5) 1035/ f1qn2/CWnS

62 CnlWhite30 36 (915) 39176 fi|n2/twßS tPK 24 180t0 2225 1940 4150

52 Watn White30 36l9t5) 10359 f1?n2/'UyWnS 24 18000 2275 19t0 3000

24 t8000 225030 36 1915) 10363 f1?il2/Uy/ßS 1960 3450 60 tllhite

t90030 36 (9151 10385 f30Tt2/0/ns 1650 6250 /5 kl¡Chr24 t800t

t600 tStt 4t/530 36 1915) 10358 f30t12/CWX/ßS 89 0eluxe Cool White24 18000

t575 t290 302530 36 (515) t0382 F3qn2/ûyWX/ßS 24 18000 // Deluxe Watn White

165030 36 (915) 381 t5 n0n2/C50/ßS 24 18000 t350 5000 S0 Chnna 50

Tl2 Bapid Start Lamps (contnued)

Nan. l¿ngtht-

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ftg. 1

F40Tl2 ßS Diameter I t/z " (38 nn)- Energy Saving - Mediun Bipin (Ê13) Base Fig. I

30 20000 200034 48 11220) l92l/ ,40/C50/ßS/WM t720 5000 90 thnwãî.Watt4ûìs¿f

34 48 (t220) 13808 r4]wx/ns/lvtvl 30PK 30 20000 t925 1560 3025 // fulüsWair¡W¡ø.Wail.Mis*

34 48(1220) 13804 F40MX/ßS/'YI4q| 30PK 30 20000 1950 t580 4l /5 89 . nølse^sdWtinwattttisef

34 48(1220) l3qt9 ,400/ßS/WM 30PK 30 20000 2225 t9t0 6250 /5 1aylisht.Wau'MkeP

34 4B(1220) t3820 f4tWnS/WM 30PK 30 2000t 2650 2280 3450 60 Vr'hie.WattMßeP

34 48(1220) 44307 f4qLwns/vvAt 6PK 24 20000 2825 2430 4200 49 l¡te Wh¡te. Watt llrlßeP

34 48 (1220) 13822 f4qLWnS/Wú 30PK 30 2000t 2825 2430 4200 49 Lite lthite. ltattll'lßeP

34 48 (1220) 15982 F40At/C0il530/SIV 30 2t000 2/50 2370 3000 52 MßeP

34 4811220) 12/02 f40l,t/ßS 6PK 24 20t00 2/50 23/0 3000 52 llûßeP

34 4811220) - 13821 F4qWnS/Wtvt 30PK 3t 20000 2/50 23/0 3000 52 lilun Whìn WatlvlßeP

34 48 (t220) 22020 f4qtwns/VvÁt/C 6pK 6 20000 2650 2280 4t5t 62 tool tlhite. l\arMiseP

tonnacial Pack

34 4B 1t220) 4058t f41M/ßS/Wt 6PK 24 20000 2650 22Bu 4t5u 62 fnolWhie.WantulßeP

34 48(1220) 23485 f40M/ßS/'!VM/t IqPK t0 20000 2650 2280 4150 62 CnlWhite. WattMiseP

tonnscial Pæk

34 48(1220) t3803 f4tM/nS/WM 30PK 30 20000 2650 2280 4150 62 tml þfhiu. þfattMiseP

34 48(1220) 13809 r40SP4UßS//,/Á't 30PK 30 20000 2800 2520 4100 /0 ßt /11 Fl¡aVâst filad$iæf

34 48(1220) 21984 F405P35,44/M/t 6PK 6 20000 2800 2520 3500 /3 Bt /35 frtædts. lt¡latr*li#.

tomt êttialP&

34 4B 1t220) 23486 f40SP35/Wt4/t 10PK 10 20000 2800 2520 3500 73 ât 7r5 fltbsp|ûE Wøetä#.

&îþnenidFa*

34 4811220) 19989 F4qSH,/nS/Wvt 6PK 24 20000 2Bt0 2520 3500 /3 ßtÌîâPhosghw.Warî,túÅrf

34 48 (t22t) 1380/ f40Sp35/ßS/vvM 30PK 30 20000 2800 2520 3500 73 ßt736ftiswha.llaa*lM

34 48 11220) 14200 f40SP30/fr5/VvM 30PK 30 20000 2800 2520 3000 /0 tr nînþsþrotwdlt&rþ*

34 481t220) 23459 f40SPX50/nS/Yt/tvt 30PK 30 20000 2/00 2430 5000 82 ÆqqïfÍogltø.Watt&Íid

34 48(1220) 148il |40SPX4UBS/!vA,| 30PK 30 20000 2850 2570 4t00 B2 frtwlqttwlû,Wa1täÈef

34 48(1220) 14628 f40SPX35/ßS/vl/44 30PK 30 20000 2850 25/0 3500 82 ãt8864ùWhø.Ylaîtlid

34 48(1220) 1462/ ,4]SPß1/qS/WM 30PK 30 20000 2850 25/0 3000 82 ffffiîfhryha.tl/att&îiv.

32 48 (1220) t4222 f4qIWnS/VyÁtP 30PK 30 15000+ 2700 2380 4200 49 LiteWhite.Wan'MisePPlus(1)

32 48 (1220) 14223 f41wns/'vvllP 30PK 30 15t00+ 2625 2310 3000 52 Wun White. lMau-MßeP Plas l1)

32 48 (1220) 14221 F4tM/nS,/Vt/MP 30PK 30 15000+ 2525 2220 4150 62 tnllVhite.WanMkeFPlusll)

32 48 11220) 14226 f40SH0/nS/Ut/MP 30PK 30 t500h- 2650 2410 3000 l0 Ê[ /80 Photph$. Watttû¡tsf Ptß ll,32 481t220) 14225 f4q'fi,/nS/WMP 30PK .?0 150t0+ 2650 24tt 3500 /3 ß[ /35 Wat4,lisoî Plusll,

32 48(1220) t4224 f4tsp4t/ns/VvÍitP 30PK 30 15000+ 2650 2410 4100 /0 Êt /41 Phøphalrllttt{t4íæf Ffuc(|,

a

Tl2 Bapid Start lanps (continued)

?

¡lan. length

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t

2960 3t00 8240 4811220) t50/9 |40SPX30 30PK 30 2t00th 3250

2960 3500 824o 48(1220) 15083 540SPX35 30PK 30 2000th 3250

2960 4100 B240 481t220) 15084 F40SPX41 30PK 30 20000+ 3250

2820 50û0 8240 4B 11220) 2345/ F40SPX50 30PK 3t 20000+ 3100

29t0 3000 7040 48 11220) 150/5 f40sP3t 30PK 30 20000+ 3200

29t0 3500 /340 48 11220) t50/7 f40sP35 30PK .?u 20u0t* 3200

2910 41t0 /040 481t220) t5078 F40SP41 30PK 30 20t0t+ 3200

30 20000+ 30504o 48 (t22t) 13/92 F40CW 30PK 2680 4150 62 Cool White

40 48 1t220) 23484 |4qCWC 10PK t0 20000+ 3050 2680 415t 62 îool Whin. tonnacial Pack.

24 2000t+ 305040 48 (t220) t04/2 f4tCW 6PK 2680 4150 62 Cnlûlthite

6 20000+ 305040 48 (122t) 219/9 f40M/C 6PK 2680 4150 62 CmlWhia.ConnacialPatk.

40 48 (1220) 15645 F40CWC0wS30 30 20000+ 3050 2680 4150 62 Cnl Whia. tonsunu 1hPack

40 48 (1220) 15646 f40qWtü't530/Srt/ 30 20000+ 3050 2680 4150 62 CnlWhite.Skeved

t5 20000+ 30504t 48 (1220) 17140 f40M/Mï! 2680 4150 62 CmlWhie

40 4B (1220) 15641 f40/SH0P/t0il530 30 12000 3tt0 2/9t 4150 62 Shoplite. Consunu SHack

40 48 (1220) 15644 f4t/Sq0p/t0t't530/Stv 30 12000 3100 62 Shoplite. Shwed2790 4Í50

4t 48 (1220) 20890 f40/5H0P550-PAr 30 12000 3100 62 ShoplitePaller.SS0lanps2/90 4150

40 4B(1220) 16442 ,40/SH0P lqPK 10 12000 3t00 62 Shopl¡b2/9t 4t50

4o 48(1220) 13800 f40WW 30PK 30 20000+ 3t50 2/70 3000 52 liløn lilhite

40 4811220) 10487 f4oWW 6PK 24 20000+ 3150 2//0 300t 52 Watn llhite

40 48 11220) U439 f40SW 6PK 24 200t0+ 2200 t830 3025 // Softllthite.ßeplaæs[lWX

40 48 11220) 15980 F40SWC0NS30/SLV 30 20000+ 2200 tB30 3025 ll Soft White. ßeplaces tWX Sheved

40 4811220) t3BlB F40W SqPK 30 2000th 3050 60 llthhe26t0 3450

40 48 11220) 13/96 F400 S1PK 30 20000+ 2550 75 qayl¡iht2240 6250

4o 48 (1220) 10502 t400 6PK 24 20000+ 2550 2240 6250 /5 1aylight

40 48 1t220) t3/93 F4q|WX 30PK 3t 20000+ 2250 t8/0 4t/5 89 0elurc Cnllilhite

40 48(1220) 10482 F4q|WX 6PK 24 2000th 2250 t8/0 4t75 89 1elure CmlWhie

40 48(Í220) t3801 ,4]WWX 30PK // ]elurc Warn White20000+ 2200 183030 3025

40 4811220J t3/S/ F40il 30PK 90 l1atural3t 20000+ 2t0t t/40 3/00

40 48(1220) t0510 f40¡t 6PK 90 llarual24 2000th 2t00 t/40 3700

40 4811220) t3/94 F4o/C,o 30PK 20000+ 2250 18/0 5t00 9t Chnna 5030

40 48(t220) 13/95 f40/C/5 30PK 92 Chnna /5t6B0 /50030 2000rh 1950

40 48(1220) t3799 f4oSGw soPK 30 2000t+ 2350 2020 5200 82 Sþn White

40 48(1220) 10535 f40CG 6PK 245024 2000th 2850 L00t bteen

40 48(1220) t05t/ f4oo 6PK 200024 2000t+ 4000 Grem

4o 48(1220) 10522 f4oço 6PK 24 200tN 2150 Gold1830

40 4B(1220) t0514 f408 6PK /20 RIue24 20000+ 1200

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GE Trinline TSTM Lamps

On the cutting edge of lamp effìciency. the TrimlineT8's l-inch diameter offers superior design flexibilityin 2,3, 4,5 and 8 ft. lengths. Trimmer, moreinnovative fìxtures are able to create a more energy-effìcient, attractive environment, even where space is

limited,

Trimline T8 lamps are used in new construction andin upgrading older, less efficient lighting systems.They are an excellent, energy-efficient choice forge.neral lighting in offices, conference rooms, storesand hallways. 1?-watt through 40-watt Trimline lampscan be used on either rapid start, instant start orcathode cutout types of ballasts rated for TB lamps.The F96T8 lamp can be operated on instant startballasts only.

ßare earth phosphors for high color rendering and efÍiciency

Trimline lamps are available in SP color or-evenbetter-SPX color, for superior color rendering.Color options ranging from warm to cool are availableto let you create just the right atmosphere.

Long lamp liÍe

The GE Trimline TS lamp is designed to provide longlamp life when operated on either instant start orrapid start ballasts. At 3 hrs.,/start, lamp life will be15,000 hours on an instant start ballast.

An even longer 20,000 hours of life will be obtainedon a rapid start ballast. (The new F96TB eight-footTrimline lamp can be used on instant start ballastsonly.)

High elliciency ... up to 40% reduction in wattage

F32T8 Trimline lamps are rated at 32 watts, 20Vo fewerwatts than standard F40s, and 6Vo fewer than energysaving F40s. But savings of up to 40% can be realizedwhen a GE Trimline lamp with an electronic ballast isused to replace F40 lamps on standard magneticballasts.

Compare the performance of GE's F32T8 Trimlinelamp to that of other four-foot lamp tlpes:

*Comparisons are for similar colors. Be sure to check wattage,lumens and life to determine which lamps are best suited to yourñe"eds.

Note in the preceding chart the potential for a 40Vo

reduction in system wattage with nearly the same lightoutputl Because of their high efficiency, GE TrimlineTB lamps are included on most energy reductionrebate programs offered by electric utilities. Cashrebates for upgrading your lighting could besubstantial. Contact your local GE distributor formore information.

Performance lllote:

The rated average life shown on page 4.10 for bipinbased lamps is for rapid start operation. Life oninstant start ballasts is 15,000 hours. Life for theF96T8 lamp is based on instant start operation at 3hours per start.

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Typical Perlormance Conparison - Four lanp lensed Fixture

SYSIEM

BATUST WATIS

STAIIIDABD I8IEIIEßÊY SAVIIIG 164

ENEBEY SAVITIO 143

ELECTBOÍIIC 108

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l l3/5 1230 3000 84rl 24(61t) 22642 fl7tB/SPX10 24 20000

t375 1230 3500 841/ 241610) 22646 f1/t8/SPX35 24 20000

t375 1230 4100 BO17 24l6to) 2264/ ftltg/SPx4| 24 20000

1325 1 t90 3000 75tl 24 (610) l/033 fl/t8/sP30 24 2t000

1325 1 190 35t0 75tl 24 (6t0) r/035 fl/r8/sP35 24 20000

t325 I 190 4t00 7524 20000tl 24 (610) 17t36 ft7r8/5P41

1980 3000 8425 36 1915) 22648 F25T8/SPX30 24 20000 2200

t98t 350t 8425 36 19151 22650 f25r8/SPX35 24 20U00 2200

t980 4t00 8024 20000 220025 36 (915) 22651 F2,TB/SPX4|

1910 3t00 l525 36 l9t5) 15543 F25r8/5P30 24 20000 2125

t9t0 3500 7525 36 1915) 15944 f25t0/5P35 24 20000 2125

1910 4100 /524 20000 212525 36 (9t5) t5545 f25t8/SP4l

2650 30t0 8432 4B 11220) 22655 F32ß/SPX30 24 20000 2950

B42650 350032 48 (1220) 22656 q3218/SPX35 24 20000 2950

2650 4ttt 8024 20000 295032 48 1t220) 22657 ß2r8/SPX4l

2800 2520 5000 BO32 48 (1220) 23460 F32T8/SPX50 24 20000

25ttì 3000 t5285032 48 (1220) 15948 F32t8/SP3o 24 20000

2850 25/0 3500 t524 2000032 4B (1220) 1594/ f32ß/5P35

285t 25/0 4100 7532 48 (122t) 15949 f32t8/SP4t 24 20000

3000 843725 335040 60 11524) 22660 f4otASPXs] 24 20000

3/25 3350 3500 B440 6o 11524) 2266t f40r8/SPX35 24 20000

3/25 3350 4100 804t 60 1t524) 22662 f40tB/SPX41 24 20000

24 2UU00 3240 30t0 75360040 60 1t524) t5950 f40r8/5P30

36t0 3240 3500 /540 60 (1524) t5951 F40r8/5P35 24 20000

3600 /540 60 11524) 15952 F4or8/5P41 24 20000 3240 4100

595t 8424 15000 5410 300059 96 (2440) 23414 q96ï8/SPX30

5950 8459 96 12440) 234t5 Fs6t8/SPX35 24 15000 54t0 3500

5950 BO59 96 pMq n416 r96r8/SPX41 24 15000 5410 4100

/524 15000 5800 5280 300059 96 12440) 2340/ fqotq/SP1o

7559 96 l2U0) 23411 f96n/5P35 24 15000 5800 5280 3500

7524 15000 5800 5280 41t059 96 t2440) 23412 f96T8/SP4l

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Stayùright rM XlStayBright XL lamps are long life four-foot lamps coatedwith an improved blend of rare earth phosphors forhigher light output and excellent color. They areavailable in both full wattage and Watt-Miser@ versions.

StayBright XL full wattage lamps are GE's highestlumen, longest life four-foot T12 lamps. Rated life at3 hours per start is 24,000 hours, and at 12 hours perstart, a full 30,000 hours! Light outputis 77Vo-I4%higher than F40 Cool Whites and 7Vo more thanstandard F40 rare earth phosphor lamps.

StayBright XL Watt-Miser is a reduced wattageproduct, consuming only 34watts, but has nearly thelight output of a 40-watt Cool White lamp.

Now you can cut energy costs while saving on lampand maintenance costs ... without giving up light.

With either the StayBright XL or StayBright XLWatt-Miser@, you will receive premium performancefrom a premium lamp.

Perfornance lllote:. StayBright XL four-foot lamps are designed foroperation on rapid start ballasts. Life on preheatballasts will be reduced. Operation on instant startballasts is not recommended.. StayBright XL four-foot Watt-Miser lamps areintended for use on rapid start ballasts and in ambienttemperatures of 60oF (16'C) or higher.

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/3 ßtl?îP|ìosphor40 48 1t220) 18338 F40SXUSP35 30 24000 3400 3060 3500

/0 ßf /30 Phaphor40 48 1t220) 1833/ 140SXUSP30 30 24000 3400 i000.?060

82 ßESñllPhosphw40 48 (1220) 23471 F40SXUSPX50 30 24000 3350 3050 5000

24000 3500 82 flf841 Plnryhø4t 48 (1220) 18333 .4qSXUSPX4| 3t50 4t00,9u

30 24000 3500 3t50 3500 82 ßfî1íPhosphøt4o 48 (t220) t8332 ,40SXUSPX35

30 24000 3500 3150 3000 82 ßt9StPhwphø40 48 11220) t8331 F4]SXUSPXS]

34 4qlt22o) 2284 q4qSXUSP4|/WM 30 20000 2610 4100 l0 ßF 741 Phoryhor. ll/attMisøD2900

34 48 11220) 2284t f4qeYUSP35/Ml 30 20000 2900 26t0 3500 73 flt /35 Phosphor lhttMiseP

34 4B (1220) 22/43 ,4qSXUSPSq/WM 30 20000 2900 26t0 30t0 /0 EE l1tPhßphoÌ. Wattí,îiseP

34 48 (1220) 234/3 F40SXUSPX50/1/VM 30 20000 2700 243t 5000 82 flf1S7Phosphu.lltaniliseP

34 48 (1220) 22849 F4qSXUSPX4I/\|M 30 20000 29/5 26/5 4100 82 fr[841 Phasphat llllattMiseP

34 48 11220) 2204/ ï41SYUSPXSS/Wq| 30 20000 26/5 3500 82 frE11ïPhosphor.ll¡attllßeP29/5

34 48 1t220) 22846 f40SKUSPX3q/vvA,l 30 2t000 2675 3000 82 ßf A30 Phosphot lltan4,lßf29/5

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Slinline Lamps

Slimline lamps are single pin based lamps designed tooperate on instant st¿rt ballasts. They are available inlengths from 2 feet to 8 fe_et and in a variety of colors,including GE Lighting's rare earth family of SP andSPX phosphors.

Slimline lamps have efficiencies of up to 98 lumensper watt, one of the highest efficiency Fluorescentproducts available.

Both standard wattage and reduced wattageWatt-Miser@ lamps are available in the Slimline family

Typical applications are store lighting, industriallighting and institutional lighting.

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25 42 11t67) 10720 f42t6/CW 24 /500 1 750 1580 4t50 62 Cmllilhite

25 42Ut6/) 10721 f42t6/AW 24 t500 lB25 1640 3000 52 Watn White

25 421t06/) 10722 F42r6/CWX 24 /500 1300 n10 4t/5 89 0elwe CmlWhite

40 64 1t620) 10805 f64r6/CW 24 7500 2800 2520 4150 62 CoollMhite

4t 64 1t826) 1080/ F64|6/UW 24 /500 2900 2610 3t00 52 Wam Wh¡te

40 64 il626) 10808 F64|6/CWX 24 /50t 205t t/8t 4t/5 89 1elwe CoolWhite

35 /2 (183t) 10829 fl2Tq/tw 24 7500 3t00 2/30 4150 62 Cool ll/hite

52 lilatn White35 /2(1830) 10835 f/2Tq/Vt/W ,PK 24 /500 3100 2820 3000

82 toolltl/hite.WattMiseP40 98 (240) 4t002 F96rA/CWVVM 24 7500 3450 3t70 415t

62 toollilhite50 96pMq 10912 f96T8/tW 24 /500 4050 3/30 4150

2t 24 (6tt) 10691 r24rØCW 24 /500 1165 4t50 02 Cool lilhite

30 361915) 10709 H6u2/CW 24 /500 2000 1800 4t50 62 Coollilhite

24 242t 3000 /030 48 11220) 15183 F48il2/5P30/tttw 9000 25/5

7324 2420 350t30 4B (1220) 143t9 F48u2/5P35/WM 9000 25/5

24 2420 4100 /030 48 (1220) 13048 FqAn2/SP4lW¡t 9000 25/5

30 48 (1220) Mtîl F4qil2/Mflt¡t 24 9000 24/5 2200 4150 62 CoolWhite. WanllßeP

30 48 (1220) 10520 f4în2@W¡itl 24 9000 2475 2280 3000 52 lila¡n llhia. WattlþlßeP

30 481t220) 4497t f4gn2/LWWM 24 9000 2650 244t 4200 49 litetVhite.lilattMiseP

35 42 1t064 lo/35 f42t12/tw 24 7500 24t0 22t0 4150 62 tmllUhite

24 28/0 3000 829t00 305040 48 (t220) 15088 F48U2/SPX30

24 2870 3500 0240 48 1t220) 151 16 F48Û2/SPX35 9000 3050

24 2820 3000 /040 48 lt220l 15261 r48n2/SP3t 9000 3000

24 2820 3500 /340 48 1t220) 15262 F48n2/5P35 9000 3000

40 48 (1220) 10748 f48n2/CW 24 9000 28/5 2650 4150 62 Coolùthite

40 48(1220) 10/49 f48n2/CW 6PK 24 9000 2875 2650 4t50 62 Cool þlthite

4o 4B(1220) 10755 f4Bn2W 24 9000 2900 26/t 300t 52 Wun l¡t/hite

40 48 (1220) 10/61 f48n2/o 24 9000 2450 2250 6250 75 0ayl¡ghr

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55 /2ltq30) 15098 f/2n2/SPX35 |SPK

55 /2(1830) 15118 F/2n2/5P30 tsPK

55 /2 (1830) 15286 ft2n2/5P35 lsPK

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,65¡ 84(2134) 13764 f84l/2/CW |SPK 62 tool White41504BBA5,?1Il12000/5

60 96 (2440) t3756 F96n2/C50//r/VM |SPK t5 12000 90 ' Chnna 50. WatMkeF4000 3520 5000

60 s6 12440) t3737 F96f12,ryywxltyttt 15PK 3430 3025 7/ Delue Wiln White. WattA4iseP,19U012U0t)15

60 9612440) 13/32 F96Tl2/tWX/Wtl 15PK t5 /2000 4000 3520 4t 75 89 uelwe Cml White. Wat ll4ßeP

60 9612440) t3/33 f96n2/0/Mt tsPK 15 t2000 4650 4280 6250 /5 Daylþht WatrMßeP

60 96 12440) 13/35 f96n2,/vt//vt/lvl 15PK t5 12000 5204 4/80 60 White. Watt-l'liseP,9454

6t s6(2440) l/893 f96n2/LWWA4 tqPK la 12000 5800 5340 4200 49 L¡þ White. WattMßeP

60 96 (2440) 13742 f96n2/rWWA4 |SPK 5340 4200 43 Lite White. Watt Misu'58001200015

60 s6 (2440) 13/36 F96t12/WWwtt lsPK t5 12000 5700 5240 3000 52 Wam White. Wâttl,'lßeP

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5060 41506 t20t0 550t60 9612440) 21/53 f96Tt2/tWWM/C 6PK

60 9612440) 17892 f96n2/M/WM lqPK t0 12000 5500 5060 4150 62 CmlWh¡te. WãttA4iseP

60 96(2440) 13/29 F96q2/CWWM lsPK t5 u0a0 5504 5t60 4150 62 toolWh¡te.WâttlrlßeP

6t 96(2440) 13/58 rgEn2/SP4UMtt tsPK /5 1200t 5750 4100 /0 ß[ /41 Phosphor. llatlvlkeP5410

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6 350054t060 9612440) 2l/94 \96T12/5P35,/|VM/C 6PK /3 ßt /35 Phæphor. Wa¡tdliseP.12000 5/50

60 9612440) 13849 FS6n2/5P35/1/vM 15PK t5 /2000 5/50 /3 ßf /35 Phosphor. Watt'MiseP.?50054t0

60 /t300054105/5014201

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60 96(2440J 14630 r96n2/SPx35/t/lttt |SPK t5 12000 5900 5550 3500 B2 Æ 835 Phosphtr. Wattilisef

60 9612440) 14629 f96t12/SPX30/Wt4 lsPK 15 12000 5900 5550 3040 82 ßf 830 Phosphor. Watt'MßeP

55 72(t830) to89/ F/2n2/60 6PK 12 12000 3200 Gold2840

55 /2ltB30) t3746 FlZnz/tWX lsPK t5 t2000 33t0 2500 41 /5 Bg Delwe CulWhite

55 /2(1830) 13/48 F72n2/0 tsPK 15 12000 3800 3500 6250 /5 qaylþht

55 /211830) t3/51 fun2/Ww tsPK 15 t2000 4280 3000 52 Warn White4650

55 /2U830) 2t98t f/2n2/twc 6PK 6 12000 4500 4140 4150 62 tool Wh¡te. tonnùc¡al Paîk

55 /211830) 10886 Fl2ryVCW 6PK t2 12000 4500 4140 4150 62 Cool Wh¡re

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55 /21t830) t3/43 Fl2ry2/CW tsPK

55 /2 (1830) 1509/ F/2n2/SP4t lsPK

55 /2llq30) l,llt f/2n2/SPX30 lsPK t5 12000 48t0 4510 3000 82 8f 830 Phospho¡

50 6411626) 23085 f64nV0 tsPK t5 12000 .?040 6250 /5 1aylisht,?,?|il1

50 6411626) 23082 F64t12/tW lsPK t5 12000 3850 3540 4/50 82 tool Whie

5o 60(1524) 230/6 F60il2/o lsPK t5 t2000 3000 2/60 6250 /5 taylþltt

50 6011524) 44203 F60q2/CW 6PK 3310 4t5A 62 toolWhie3600t2u0t)24

50 6011524) 230/3 q60T12/CW tsPK 15 12040 J600 3310 4150 62 tmlWhite

4t 4811220) 10/5/ f4Bn2/CWX 24 9000 2t0a t8la 4l /5 89 ]elwe tnlWhite

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/5 96(2440) 15110 f96n2/SPX30 |SPK 15 12000 6550 6t60 3000 B2 ' ,'FfiflÈ.fli '-i:.:r:, r.-, ,

75 S6 (2440) 15101 f96n2/SPX35 lsPt( 15 t2000 6550 6160 3500 82 .'ef'86ñ ",,':: ,',.:,1,r: :

/5 96 (2440) 15335 f96t12/SPX41 15PK 15 12000 6550 6160 4100 82 ", Æ8|1:4 i;,:,,r,:,, ,.',,., ,

t5 96 12440) 23466 f96t12/SPX50 15PK t5 12000 6250 82 ,,.',9¡,¿pî!@.,:., . '.',,', ,,5880 5000

/5 96(2440) 15357 F96r12/5P30 15PK t5 12000 6425 lo .'trw*fiW i ., -r :, r6040 3000

/5 9612440) t4o6/ f96n2/5P35 |SPK t5 1200t 6425 B2''' trÌ#W::..:','-r¡,.,¡.6040 5000

75 96(2440) t5358 F96n2/5P41 15PK t5 12000 lo Æ74rftugq, , ,, :604t 41006425

t5 12000 6l5t 62 toolWhite75 96(2440) 13722 fS6n2/CW 15PK 5680 4150

t0 12000 615075 96(2440) l/903 f96n2/CW 10PK 5660 4150 62 tool White

/5 S6(2440) 10964 f96f12/CW qPK 12 5660 4150 62 CnlWhite6150t2000

75 96 12440) 2t980 F96n2/tryt 6PK 6 12000 6150 5660 4t50 62 Cml White. Connatial Pack

75 9612440) 20548 f96n2/tws IqPK t0 9000 6250 5/50 4t50 62 tool White. Seruirelite

/5 96(2440) 13727 F96n2/WW 15PK t5 64t0 5890 3000 52 Warn White12000

/5 9612440) 13726 f96n2/vt/ |SPK 6t50 566t 345t 60 Whitet5 12000

/5 S6(2Aq 13/24 F96n2/0 tsPK 4330 6250 /5 )ayl¡ghl525015 t20t0

/5 96(244t) t/895 FS6n2/t 10PK 4330 6250 75 1aylght525010 12000

3960 4l /5450075 96(244t) 13/23 q96112/CWX |SPK t5 t2000 Bg ]elwetoolWhite

3560 4t 75450075 96(2440) 18326 f96t12/CWX toPK t0 12000 Bg 0elueìoolWhite

3870 30254400/5 S6 12440) 13/28 f96t12/VvWX |SPK 15 12000 77 0elwe Wtn White

/5 9612440) 13/25 f96n2/N |SPK 3/4t 3700 90 Natunl4250t5 120t0

/5 9612440) 17898 F96n2lV loPK 90 llafunlt0 t2000 4250 3740 3700

75 9612440) 13/52 F96n2/C50 |SPK 4050 5000 g0 Chnna 5015 t20t0 4600

/5 S6(2440) t789/ F96n2/G0 10PK 38/0435010 12000 Gold

40 48 (1220) 13984 f40n2/twß 30 t500 3000 2/6t 4150 Cool Wh¡te. lnstant Stârt (2)62

40 6o 1t524) 10575 f40|t7/twß 7500 2850 2620 415012 62 tool t/t/hite. lnstant

High Output Lamps

High Output lamps-the earliest of the higher-current,rapid start lamps-usually operate at 800m4. At800m4, these lamps produce about 45% more initiallumens than Slimline lamps of corresponding physicalsize.

The high light output and long life make them anexcellent choice for industrial areas where efficient,uniform lighting is required. Rare earth phosphorcoatings are available when better color is needed.

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15 120t0 4300 82 Sþn White80 64(1626) 23t89 f64n2/SGtí/H0 tspK 3660 5200

t5 12000 4/50 /5 1aylisht80 6411626) 2308/ F64t12/0/H0 tsPK 4130 625t

15 12000 62 toolWhite80 641t626J 23t83 F64q2/CWH0 tsPK 4870 4t505600

t5 12t00 4000 340t 5200/5 60(1524) 23081 F60U2/SGN/H0 |SPK 82 Sþn White

15 t2000 4400 3830 6250 l5 1ayl¡Cht/5 601t524) 230// F60r12/0/Ht lsPK

24 t2000 5150 u80 4t5t 62 Cool Whitei5 60(1524) 1t578 F60U2/CWH0 qPK

15 12t00 5150 u80 4150 62 Cool White75 601t524) 230/5 f60t12/tryHt 15pK

60 48 (12201 t0573 f48n2/SCN/H0 24 12000 3t00 2640 52t0 82 Sisn Wh¡te

60 4B 1t220) 10581 ,48T|2/CWX/H0 24 12000 2900 2440 4l /5 89 1elue toolWhite

60 48 (1220) 1o//8 f4|il2/o/Ht 24 12000 3400 2960 6250 /5 0aylght

60 48 (1220) t0565 f48n2/WH0 24 t2000 4t30 3590 3000 52 lila¡n White

60 4B (1220) t0//3 f48Tt2/CWH0 24 12t00 4050 3520 4150 62 CnlWhite

6t 48 11220) 15361 f4gil2/SP4UHt 24 12000 4250 3830 4100 /0 frt /41 Phosphw

60 48 (1220) t5360 f48n2/5P35/H0 24 12000 4250 3830 3500 73 ñt /35 Pho¡dtot

6t 4B (1220) 15359 f48Tt2/5P30/H0 24 1200t 4250 3830 3000 /0 ßE71?Phaphw

6t 48(1220) t5115 f48n2/SPX35/H0 24 12000 4350 3920 3500 82 flt&?íPhosphot

24 12000 4350 3920 3000 B2 BI 831] Phosphor60 48 (1220) 151 t4 f48il2/SPX30/H0

42003390 49 Lite l\hite. llanMiseP24 12000 390055 48 (1220) il 179 f4qnz/LwHq/ryyM

55 4811220) l4lll f48n2/SP4l/H0/Wvl 24 12000 3850 3465 4100 /0 nE 741 Phßphot WattMisor'

55 48(1220) 15342 f4Bn2/5P35/H0/Wt 24 12U00 .?Bqn 3465 3500 73 flEl1îPhowhø.Wattilliset'

55 4B 1t220) 15341 F40112/5P30/H0/tl4vl 24 12000 3850 3465 3000 /0 frE n0 Phosphù. Wa¡tMisf

24 90t0 2600 2210 52t0 82 Srgn lVhite55 42 1t067) 10562 F42n2/SGil/H0

24 9000 2900 2520 6250 /5 qaylþht55 42 11067) 10560 F42il2/0/Ht

24 s000 3400 2960 4150 62 CnlWhite55 421t064 10559 F42U2/CWH0

45 36 (915) 1t388 fi6n2ßil't/H0 24 90t0 2t50 1830 5200 B2 Srgn lVhite

45 36 (515) 10380 ntrl2/0/H0 24 s000 2350 2040 6250 75 0aylghr

45 36 (St') 10374 f36t12/CWH0 24 9000 2800 2440 4150 62 Cool tllhite

40 30 (/62) 33/0/ f30T12/tWH0 24 9t00 2250 1950 4150 62 CmlWhite

35 24 (610) 102/5 f24n2/0/H0 24 9000 1400 1 t60 6250 /5 ]ayluht

35 24l6t0) 10261 f24n2/twH0 24 9000 1620 1345 4150 62 toolWhite

25 18 1454 1t204 ftgt|z/CwHo 24 9000 1000 /50 4150 62 tool White

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B5 /2 (1830) 15351 f/2n2/SPX35/H0 tsPK 15 /2000 6800 6120 3500 82 Rtî1íPhæpho¡

85 /2 11830) 15348 F/2t12/SP4l/H0 15PK 15 12040 6650 5991) 4Il0 /0 fl{ fíl Ph@Bt

85 /211830) 1369t Fl2ry2/CWHq tsPK t5 12000 6350 5520 4/50 62 CoolWite

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95 96(2440) 15t20 \96q2/SPX30/H0/!VA4 15PK 15 12000 8500 7650 3000 82 8t 8â0 Phosphu. WeæÅ;liseP

95 96 (2440) 14069 qS6u2/5P35/H0/WM tsPK t5 12000 8350 /520 3500 n ß[ TJíPhasphot lVattl'lssø

95 96 12440) 13/21 f96n2/SP4l/H0,44/Íi4 lsPK 15 12t00 8350 /520 4tt0 /0 flE /41 PhoîphoL Waa&liseP

110 9612440) 15il9 f96n2/SPX30/H0 15PK 15 12000 9350 8420 3000 82 ftt 830 Pltosqhat

t10 9612440) /5352 f96n2/SPX35/10 15PK 15 12000 9350 8420 3500 82 RE 835 Phæptnr

110 96(2440) 230/0 F96T12/SPX4|/H0 tsPK t5 12000 9350 842A 4100 82 ftf 841 Phtsphor

110 s6(2440) t5362 f96Tt2/5P30/H0 lsPK 15 t2000 9200 8280 3000 70 frf 730 Phosplto¡

il0 s6(2440) /5363 f96rÍ2/5P35/H0 |SPK t5 ua00 9200 8280 3500 /3 ftt l]íPhæphot

110 s6(2440) 15364 f96t12/SP4t/H0 tsPK 15 12000 9200 82t0 4100 /0 flf l1l Phosphot

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85 /2(1830) 1513/ F/2|12/SPX30/H0 15PK 15 12000

85 /2(1830) 1/90/ F/2q2/SPX4//H0 tsPK

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85 /2 11830) 15343 F/2ry2/5P30/H0 tsPK t5 t2000 6650 5990 3000 /0 Êf l30Pho6phsr

B5 72 1t830) t534/ F/2ry2/5P35/H0 15PK t5 12000 6650 5990 3500 /3 ßl /35 Phwhar

85 /2 (t830) 13/02 f /Zilz/WWHt lsPK /5 12000 6550 5/00 3000 52 Wun White

85 /211830) 13699 F/2n2/0/H0 tsPK /5 uElþht15 12U0t) 5,?50 465u 6250

B5 /2(1830) 13698 f/2nz/CWX/H0 tsPK 15 120t0 4640 3860 41 /5 89 0elurc Coal lilhíte

85 72(t830) 11291 f/2n2/lt/Ht 6PK t2 t20t0 430t 36 t0 3/00 90 Nau¡al

41 /015 t2400 4940 5200 B2 White

8500 /650 3500

85 /2 t3/0t fznTsqt(/H0 |SPK

95 96(2440) 15122 f96n2/SPXJ5/H0flVM 15PK 15 12000 82 Êt835qhaspior.Watt4ll¡6ef

95 96 (2440) 23069 fS6n2/SPX4l/H0//vVM 15PK 15 12000

95 S6 12440) t5268 f96n2/5p30/H0/WM tSpK t5 t2000

8500

8350

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7520

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82 ßt 841 Phosphw. ll/att Msetø

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95 9612440) 13/16 q96u2/CWH0/WM 15PK t5 12000 8000 6960 4150 62 toolWhi¡e.Wau-MiseP

s5 96 12440) 137t9 f96n2/WWH0/4/vÁ4 15PK 15 1200t 8200 /130 3000 Warn Whie. Wat¡ Mise952

s5 96(2440) 13/18 F96|12/WHq/WM lsPK t5 12000 8000 6960 3450 60 Whie.WatMßeP

95 9612440) 13/il f96n2/tWX/H0/WA4 15PK t5 12000 5900 4960 4l /5 89 1elae CnlWh¡te. WaÍtMisil@

95 9612440) 13/20 F96il2/LWHt/WM 15PK 15 12000 8500 7500 49 Lire Whire. Wa¡¡MiseP4201)

100 84/2134) 13/66 F84q2/CWH0 tsPK t5 t2000 /700 6/40 4/50 62 Cnlllhite

100 8412134) t3/6/ F84n2/0/H0 tsPK t5 t2000 6500 5660 6250 /5 'taylþht

u0 s6 (2440) 13/03 \S6UZ/CWH0 15PK 1,"00/ tlt/hie15 12000 B90u 7 74tÌ 4t50 62

il0 96(2440) 10960 f96t12/CWH0 6PK t2 t2000 8s00 //40 4150 62 tool t/t/hite

110 96(2440) 13/t4 f96n2/WWH0 tsPK t5 12000 9150 /960 3000 52 Warn White

/10 96(2440) 13/13 F96n2/WHt tspK 1200t 8950 3450 tUhitet5 7790 60

il0 9612440) t3/08 FS6U2/0/H0 tsPK /5 1200t 7600 6610 6250 /5 1aylighr

110 5612440) 13/06 f96t12/tWX/H0 15PK t5 12040 8600 5540 4t/5 89 Delwe Cool White

ilo 96 (2440) 13/05 fS6n2lV/H0 tsPK 15 12000 6200 5210 3/00 90 l\atural

110 9612440) 13/0/ f96n2/t50/H0 tsp( t5 12000 6/50 56/0 90 Chrona 5t5000

ilo 96 12440) 13/10 F96n2/50il/H0 15PK 15 82 Srgn Whlte12U0u 6900 5B70 ,5200

110 96 12440) 35503 F96q2/C0/H0 6PK 12 t2000 6300 5300 Gold

Very High 0utpat Lanps

Very High Output lamps are rapid start lampsdesigned to operate at 1500m4. Typical applicationsinclude factories, warehouses, gymnasiums or anyopen area where high light levels are required.

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41502t5 96 (2440) l3/B/ fn96ll2/tryt500 tsPK 15 10000 9700 62 kolMin fleflnu|1|" Witdw (3)

6/00 4t/5215 96 12440) 13/82 f96n2/twx/1500 |SPK 15 10000 10000 B9 ffi,"{#*-,,ffi"{m215 96 (2440) 13783 f96n2/0/1500 lsPK 15 t00t0 I 1500 8630 6250 /5 0aylght

52 llt/an ùlthite215 96 pMq ß/85 f96ll2/',!WU/1500 15PK t5 t0000 14000 105t0 3000

62 Cool lyhite2t5 96 (2440) 13/Br f96il2/Cvl500 |SPK r5 10000 13500 t0130 4150

9940 4200 49 Lite lthi¡e. WarMkePt85 96 (2440) t3/90 F96n2lvl500/vvM |SPK l5 9000 t3250

9380 4150 62 Cool llhite. þtanÁlisePt85 96 (2440) t3/89 f96n2/tWl500/WM |SPK 15 90t0 12500

7000 3000 52 Watn Whitet65 /21t830) t3/61 f/2il2/Vvvl500 |SPK 15 10000 10000

6/90 4t50 62 tooltlhite165 /211830) 13/60 f/2t12/Cwl500 Í5PK 15 10000 9100

300t 52 Wa¡n White110 4811220) 10/53 f48T12W1500 628024 1000t 4080

l to 48 (1220) 10751 f48n2/tW1500 24 10000 6200 4030 4t50 62 tool lttthite

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Power Groove lamps are rapid start productsoperating at l500mA. The unique bulb shape of thePower Groove lamp permits higher current loadingwithout the use of speciaÍ filling gases which wouldreduce operational life. The grooved bulb places alarge portion of phosphor near the arc to minimizeinternal losses, and the double grooves actuallyincrease the effective length of the arc lry aboutl0%For these reasons, Power Groove lamps provide themost light of any fluorescent lamp on the markettoday!

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95 48 11220) 4n32 f4qPGtl/CW'yVM 12 t2000 5/0t 3990 4150 62 Cml Wh¡te. Watt MßeP

t2 6800 4/60 4t50 62 CoolWhiteI 10 48 (1220) 10/82 f4BPçt7/CW 12000

12 12000 5700 3990 6250 /5 0ayl¡ghtt 10 4B (1220) t0/88 f48PG1 //D

Bt40 4t5t 62 Cool White165 t2 (1830) t0602 fl2PÊtACW 8 12000 11000

10530 4t5t 62 Coolwh¡te.Waft-lil¡seP185 96 (2440) 42666 q96PG|IM/WM B 12000 13500

llqtt 4200 49 L¡te White. Wart MiseP185 96 (244t) 4//31 FS6PG17/LWVuM 8 12000 14100

62 Cool White2t5 96(2440) t1009 F96P0|VCW 8 12000 15300 1t930 4t50

t2250 3000 52 Warn White2t5 36(2440) 1t015 F96PG17/VVW 12000 t5/00B

7/t0 4l 75 8S telwe Cool tlt/hite2t5 9612440) 11012 F96PG|VCWX 8 12000 1 t000

9910 62502r5 96 12440) 11018 F96PG1V0 8 12000 t2/00 75 ]ayl¡ihl

All-Weather Lanps

As the name suggests, these 1500m4 rapid start lampsfind their primary use in cold temperatureapplications. In areas where severe or continued lowtemperatures down to -20oF(-29'C) and/or high windvelocities are encountered, T10 and Tl0J fiacketed)All-Weather lamps will provide higher lumen outputthan T12 or T12J lamps. In still air environments, T12and T1!f fiacketed) All-Weather lamps offer equal orsuperior lumen performance. The nominal lampwatts and initial lumens shown below are peak values.Actual watt and lumen values in service may besomewhat lower, depending upon ambienttemperature conditions.

Ballasts designed for cold weather applications shouldbe used to ensure reliable lamp starting andoperation.

Typical applications include outdoor lighting, freezers

and low temperature display cases.

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I 624t5t205 96 (2440) 10945 F96T|A/CW 9t00 133t0

205 9612440) 13/80 F96n0/CW lsPK Ê2 tool White4150t5 9000 13500

Cool t//hite-1-13/1 6746 nn) dnnue'

chu glass outer þcku

4t50s600s00tB 6210858 fl2nA/CW160 /2 (1830)

t60 /2(1830) 137/6 F/2n0/M |SPK 62 tulWhite4t509/00s00015

Cml White-l-13/16746 nn) dianua

tlear dffis uter jacket

415012 62135 60(1524) 40441 f60na/cw 9000 8000

135 601t524) 13002 f60t1t/cw 6PK 62 Cool White24 41509000 8200

t35 60 (1524) 39t5/ F80110/CW 24 9000 8200 4150 62 toollilhite

135 60(1524) 17135 f60n0/5P30 70 ßÊ lSîPtiosphø30t024 9000 8500

tnl White-|-13/16748 nn) dianue

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12 624150110 4qlt220) 10743 f48t1A/M 9000 6000

fio 4811220) 13t01 F4Bno/CW 6PK 4t5t6200900024 62 tool White

t10 48 (1220) 10/42 F48n0/M 24 41506200s000 62 toolWhite

Cool White-l -1 3/ I 6" (46 nn) dianetu

deat ghss ouÍetJatket

220 96 12440) 416t3 F96t12J/CWl500/0

¡6241508 10000 14000

220 96(2440) 13788 f96n2/Cwt500/0 IñPK 15 10u00 4150taqt 62 Cool ûlthie

Cul White-l - I 3/ I 6 " (4 6 nn) dianuø

dffi glass ount iacka

624t5010500I 10000u0 /2 (1830) 4t6t2 f/2n2J/CW1500/0

Cnl lt/hite-|-13/16746 nn) dianua

chu glass ouw ¡acku

t/0 211830) 13/62 f/2n2/tw1500/0 tsPK 15 10000 10800 4150

6800 624t50

62 CnlWhite

1 t0 48 (1220) 41606 .4BTI2J/CW|500/0 t2 10t00

110 48 (1220) 34206 F48n2/CWl500/0 4t5t700024 10000 62 tool lilhite

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s/a "center-to-center leg spacing) are primarily used in 2' x2' fìixtures with prismatic or parabolic lenses. They areavailable in both full waitage and reduced wattageWatt-Miser@ versions, and can be operated onstandard or electronic rapid start ballasts.

Offices, stores and institutions are ideal locations forfixtures using Mod-U-Line lamps.

Tl2 Diameter I r/z " - Mediun Rase

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ftc. 1

IJ5 22tþ(sto) ú2A3 14044/U/6/fi/M t2 12000 2400 2il0 4150 62 Cool lilhite. lVattlliseP

35 22tþt5/0) Ul$ øWul$Mr 12 t2000 2500 22t0 3000 52 Wun l¡thite. Watt lliseP

35 221þ l5/0) wQa f$N/lt/tlflI4 12 t2000 2400 21 10 3450 60 Wh¡re. WattwiseP

35 22 t/z 15/01 12111 fiAttvttltlwir t2 t20t0 2550 2240 4200 49 L¡te Wh¡re. WattM¡seP

35 22r2¡s/0) tfigg ø614t/uþ/ilM 12 t2000 2350 20/0 4150 62 tool Wh¡re. WâttliíiseP

35 22 tþ l5lol t220t |4ùWWUß/WM t2 120t0 2425 2130 3000 52 þlatn þt/hite. lilantuliseP

35 221/zl570l 12 W fd0ll¡y,lj/t/l¡l,l 12 t2000 2500 2200 4200 49 lite L(hite. lilut"MiseP

3100 2820 3000 8240 22 t/2 15/01 14016 f4ßPX30/U/¿i 12 12000

2820 3500 8240 22t/zl5/0) 14815 140SPX35/U/6 t2 t2000 3t00

3050 2/80 3000 7t40 22t/z 15701 15263 FÁ0SP30/U/0 12 t20t0

305t 2/80 3500 /340 22 tþ l5/0) t422/ 140SP35/U/6 12 12000

2780 4t00 /tn 22tþ(570) 15265 F40SP41/U/0 12 12000 3050

40 22 tþ (570) 39433 f4qtwu/t 12 12000 2800 2460 4150 62 CoolWhite

4U 22 tþ 1570) 39434 f40WU/6 12 12000 2900 2550 3000 52 Wøn l¡y'hite

40 22 tþ (570) 39435 FnWú/6 t2 12000 20t0 2460 3450 60 tltthite

4U 22 tþ l5/0) 40540 F40CW/X/U/6 12 12000 2050 1 /40 4t/5 89 DelueÇooll¡tlhite

40 22 tþ(5/0) 4t541 F40WW)í/U/6 t2 12000 1975 1680 3025 /7 0elurc Wun White

2730 3000 t240 22 tþ l5/0) t48t4 F40SPX30/U/3 t2 12000 3000

2/30 3500 8240 22 tþ (570) 14013 F40SPX35/U/3 12 t2000 30t0

2660 30t0 /040 22tþ(5/0) t5259 ,40SP30/U/3 t2 12000 2925

/340 22 t/r þ/0) 14228 140SP35/U/3 12 t2000 2925 2660 3500

2660 4100 /040 22 tþ15/0J 152t0 F40SP4UA/3 t2 t2000 2925

40 22 tþ(570) 3563t f40tWU/3 t2 t2000 2725 2400 4150 62 toollilhite

40 22 tþ15/0) 39632 f40WU/3 12 t2000 2825 2490 3000 52 llarn lilhite

4U 22 tþ15/0) 39833 f40WUß t2 12000 2725 24t0 3450 60 Wh¡Íe

Circline - Circular Fluorescent Lamps

Circular Fluorescent lamps are employed inhousehold, kitchen and bath applications wheresignificant levels of uniform light are desired.

Designed and rated for operation on rapid startballasts, they will also operate on preheat or switchstart types of ballasts.

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40 t6 (40/) I t052 fc16T9/0 t2 12000 2250 1690 6250 75 ]ayluht

40 161407) 49900 FCl6r9/SW 6PK 12 t2000 1950 t56t 3025 // SoÍt tthie. fleplaæs lilWX

40 16 1407) 11048 Fct6r9//rw 12 12000 2800 2t0t 3000 52 Warn White

40 t6(4t4 33893 fü6t9/M t2 t2000 2/00 2030 4t5t 62 Coollilhite

32 t2 (305) I tt39 fCt2T9/0 t2 t2t00 t550 t 160 6250 75 QayliCht

32 t2 (305) 49899 fCt2rg/SW 6PK t2 12000 t500 1200 3025 // Soft lllhite. flepkæs rlrrWX

32 12 1305) I 1034 FC|2Tq//I/VW t2 12000 18/5 14t0 3000 52 lla¡n White

32 t2 1305) 3389t F|12T9/CW t2 12000 1825 1370 4150 62 L'nolWhi¡e

22 I th l2tt) I t026 ft8t9/0 t2 120t0 875 660 6250 75 kúcht

22 8th(210) 49898 FCî|q/SW 6PK 12 12000 825 620 3025 /7 Solt luhite. flepkæs lrrtWX

22 8 th 1210) I 1023 FCîrq/4ryW 12 t2000 1050 79t 3000 52 Warn tilhite

22 I t/4 (210) 33774 fcgrq/cw t2 t2t00 t000 /50 4t5t 62 Cool lUhite

20 6tþ(165) 42/33 fC6r9/WW t2 12000 825 580 3000 52 Watn lilhite

20 6 tþ(165) 42732 FC6t9/tW t2 t2000 800 560 4150 62 toolWhite

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Fluorescent appliance lamps are designed primarilyfor intermittent burning service on appliances such as

ovens and dryers. Starters are required. Ratedaverage life is 7500 hours at 3 hours per start, but lifeand watts depend upon the characteristics of theballast used within the circuits. Rated average life is

4500 hours at I hour per start, with one exception:F20'fn/CX¡¡ /26 is rated at 3000 hours at 45 minutesper start.

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Tl2 Dianeter I t/z " - Mediun Base 1

t8 22 1580) tt25/ f22"r8/D/4 24 /500 925 /90 6250 75 ]Elighr

t8 241610) 10259 F24'|8/CW4 24 7500 1225 1040 4150 62 CoolWhite

18 241610) 1//05 F24"T8/CW4 6PK 6 1225 1040 4150 82 CoolWhite

19 261661) t0/02 F26"r8/tW4 24 7500 t2/5 1085 4t50 62 Cooltilhite

tg 261661) 38t99 F26"rB/tW4 6PK 6 /500 t2t5 1085 4t50 Ê2 l}nolWhi¡e

t9 28 (/il) t0/06 f28"r8/CW4 24 /500 t35t I 145 4t50 62 tool White

t9 28 (/t1) t/704 . F28'|8/CW4 6PK 6 /500 t350 il45 4t50 62 tnltilhite

ts 30 (/62) t0349 ft0'r8/cw4 24 /500 13/5 1t /0 4t50 82 tool White

30 36(9t5) 10316 H0|q/CW 6PK 24 /50t 2175 1980 4150 62 tool ltt/hite

20 24(610) 10214 f20n2/tw 6PK 24 900t t200 I 150 4150 62 tool lllhite

20 26 (66t) 10253 f20n2/CW26 24 /500 t 175 t060 4150 62 CnlWhite

20 261661) l//35 f20il2/Cw26 6PK 6 7500 I175 Í060 4150 62 îool lilhie

2t 3tl/62) 10355 fit"n2/Cw 24 /500 t350 1220 4150 62 Cnllilhite

25 28 1/1t) 10281 f25n2/CW2B 24 7500 t665 t500 4150 62 Cool lilhite

25 28l/n¡ 10282 f25il2/M/28 6PK 24 /500 1665 4150 62 îool Whìte

25 28 17il) 10286 f25n2/0/28 24 7500 1450 t3t0 6250 75 0aylighl

25 33 1839) 10278 f25t12/CW33 24 /500 t860 t8/5 4150 82 Cool Whie

25 33 (839) 38201 f25n2/M/33 6PK 24 /500 t860 1675 6250 75 0aylight

25 33 1839) 10293 f25112,/t/VWß3 24 /500 t9t0 I /20 3000 52 Wun White

25 i3 1839) 10295 f25t124t/33 /5 0aylþht24 7500 1600 1440 6250

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Blacklight/Blacklight Blue Lanps

Blacklight (/BL) lamps, commonly used in "bugzappers,i' produce long wavelength UVA radiation inthe range of 350 to 400 nanometers. Visible energy inthe 400 to 420 nanometer range is also emitted, grtirgthe lamps a strong blue color when operated.

Blacklight Blue (,/BLB) lamps emit UVA radiationsimilar to BL lamps but are manufactured using a"black" glass that blocks most visible radiation.

These lamps are often used decoratively, in discolighting and in theatrical presentations.

Diazo ßeprographic lanpThe Diazo lamp emits a blue light, peaking atapproximately 417 nanometers, and is used primarilyin reprographic equipment that employs the Diazoprocess.

B la cklight/B lacklig ht B lue La n ps

GernicidalLanps

Germicidal lamps are clear lamps made with a specialUV transmitting glass. The 253.7- nanometerradiation from the mercury discharge is passedthrough the glass and is used in water and airpurification applications.

CAUTION: Exposure to lJVradiation fromGermicidal lamps can be dangerous. Proper safetyprocedures and protective equipment should be usedwhen working with this ty¡re of source.

Plant and Aqaariam lamps

Plant and Aquarium lamps are designed to highlightindoor greenery and enhance plant growth.

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T8 Dianeter I " - Mediun Base

Tl2 Diameter I t/z " (38 nn) - Mediun Bipin (Gî3) Base

Tl2 Dianeter I t/2 " (38 - Becessed Douhle Contact I

8 t2 (305) 1t07/ F8|5/8LB 24 /500 Ekcklþht 9lue. Ur/A Sowæ.

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6 I 1229) 1004/ f6t5/Blt 24 /500 Elacklþht RIue. UVA Surce.

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4 6 lt52) 100t7 f4r5/81 24 6000 9kc*lþht. UVA Soune

25 tB (454 4//18 f25r8/81 24 7500 Ektklþht. UVA Souræ

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15 181457) 35884 f15t8/8r 6PK 24 7500 Ekcklight. UVA Source

40 4811220) 10531 f4oqLq 6PK 24 20tt0+ gkt*lEht qlue. UVA

Smræ. kngralfiha

40 48(1220) 10526 F4081 6PK 24 200t0+ Ekcklþht. UVA Srurce

40 24 l6t0) 40537 F408UU/3 t2 t2000 Rlacklight. UVA Source.

AlodU-Line &5/8" (92. I nn)

Leg Spacing

20 24l6lt) 34/4/ f20t12/818 6PK 24 9000 Ekcklþht Rlue. UVA Smræ.

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20 24(6to) 102U f20T12/Br 6PK 24 9000 Ekrllþht UVA Surce

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Base

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Peak eniçion:417 nn. l00hhour

weful life; auual burning houn longer.

24 1000t25 6011524) 39683 f59"n2/SPB

T5 Diameter 5/a " (16 nn) - Miniature Base

T6 Diameters/t " (19 nn)- Single Pin (Fa9) Rase

B 12 (305) 1 107/ G8r5 24 /500 Clearlor use with staften

Fluareseent lanps 4'24

t5 18 (454 I 1078 Gt5T8 24 /5t0 Clear-for use with stanen

25 18 (45/) I 1082 G25tB 24 /500 tlear-for use with staners

30 36 l9l5) I 1080 ætrg 24 /5t0 tlear-for use with stanets

65 64 l10q6 G64T6 24 7500 CleaFkstant Start. 4l /nn.

T8 lJianeter I " - Medium Base

Plant and Aqaariam Lanps

T8 Diameter I " - Mediun Bipin (Gl3) Base

Tl2 Diameter I t/2" - Mediun Bipin (Gl3) Base

Tl2 Diameter I t/z " (38 nn) Portable lighting ltnit33 25 (635) 43682 qBS2í/GS 6 750t 470 ErighrSilP-GntSho.

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15 t8145/) 49892 ft,tg/PUA? 6PK 7500 510 Pknt I Aquariun - wide spenrun24

t5 18(457) 32/28 ft'tg/PL 6PK 24 75t0 215 Pkn Lighr - 0n I Sho*

30 36 l9t5) 343t5 f30t8/PL 6PK 24 7500 5/5 Pknr light * Gto I Sho

20 2416t0) 48991 f20Tt2/PUA0 6PK 24 9000 /50 Pknt SAquariun - wide spectun

2t 24(61t) 32727 f20n2/Pr 6PK 24 s000 310 Pknt Light - Gn t Sho

40 481122t) 49893 ,40PUA0 6PK 24 2000t+ /s00 Pknt I Aquat¡an - w¡de spectun

40 4tlt220) 32/28 F40Pr 6PK 24 20000+ 800 Plan Lþht - 0n I Sho

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fuotnotes

l. Watt-Miser@ Plus lmps will sørt the same æ other rapid start lamps,except in this special circumstance: Occasionall¡ a lamp will be turnedon immediately after being turned off. If Watt-Miser Plus lamps areturned on between one second and one minute after being tumed off,they will first glow at about one percent of full light output. After about30 seconds, they will begin to light at full brightness. Most lamps will beat normal light levels after one minute. In areas where lights arefrequently tumed on and off, the occupants should be made aware ofthis characteristic of Watt-Miser Plm.

2. F40T72/A¡¡/ IS and F40TI?/CVIS lamps are for use only in fixturesequipped with instant stârt ballasts.

3. When base pins or Recessed Double Contact bæes are horizontal, thewindow opening is centered in avertical plane through the lamp axis.

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low Watt BiaxrM lampsDouble Biaxw lampsElectronic Biaxru lampsElectromagnetic-Ballasted Screw-ln Biaxru

Ianps and Adaptors

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lntroduction

GE's full line of energy saving compact fluorescentlamps keeps GE Lighting in the forefront of meetingtoday's lighting needs. With their longer life anddramatic energy savings over incandescent lamps, GEcompact fluorescent lamps provide users with theopportunity to reduce costs with the same or greaterlight output.

Compact size

High lumen packages are available in a variety ofshapes and sizes to meet your application needs. LowWatt BiaxrM lamps are available in lengths down to5 inches (125 mm), while the innovative shape of theZDrM lamp provides a flat, slim profile perfect fortoday's contemporary fixtures. Electronic BiaxTM

lamps screw right into incandescent sockets and weighless than 6 ounces (170 grams).

Excellent color

GE Lighting uses rare earth phosphors throughoutthe Compact Fluorescent line to create a warm andinviting mood, with colors so rich and natural that youwon't believe they're fluorescent.

ATTENTION: This brand-name cross-reference chart is

provided only as a quick reference. Other lamp companybrand listings may only represent a near equivalent, versusan identical match to GE Lighting brands. Individual lampmanufacturer's performance specifi cations should beconsulted. Lamp performance may be affected byenvironmental conditions, ballast type and/or otherauxiliary equipment.

Yellow Highlight indicates that this is a reduced watïage nptizn fu lanps

nornally used in thß applrcation. Be sure to check wauage, lunens and life to

duunine which lanp ts best nircd n you næds.

Iight Elae ilighl¡gl,t indi$tes that thk is a hmp with high mlor rendering,

whith heþs ebiects and penons illuminated ta appear more true to lifa.

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Compact fluorescent lamps last 10 to 13 times longerthan the incandescent lamps they replace. Longer lifemeans lower maintenance and lamp replacementcosts.

Energy savings

The high efhciency of the compact fluorescent lineallows the user to significantþ reduce energy usage, byup to B0% over incandescent equivalents. Comparethe performance of compact fluorescent lamps to thatof some commonly used incandescent products:

.Bî per kwh over average rand life of the conpau fluuæænt knp.

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GE Lighting's 2D line now offers one of the mostcomprehensive ranges of Compact Fluorescent lampsavailable. There are three physical sizes, giving fivelight output levels:

o lGwatt 2D lamps, which replace 4ûwattincandescent¡ lôwatt 2D lamps, which replace 6ûwattincandescento 2l-watt 2D lamps, which replace TFwattincandescentr 2&watt 2D lamps, which replace l0Gwattincandescent¡ 3&watt 2D lamps, which replace lsGwattincandescent

DimensionsThe flat profile of 2D lamps makes them the perfectchoice for slim, attractive luminaires. Further, theirtwo-dimensional shape makes them particularlysuitable for both uplighting and downlighting.The 28-watt and 38-watt are ideal for 1' x 1' modularceiling luminaires.

All2D lamps are available in both 2700K, to matchwith incandescent applications, and 3500K, to matchwith commercial fluorescent applications.

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High Lunen BiaxrM Lamps

High Lumen Biax lamps are available in a range ofsizes and wattages to meet today's trend towardinnovative, compact luminaire designs. Their highefficiencies and outstanding performance in fixturesmake them the ideal lamp for use in 1' x 1' ,2' x 2' andindirect fixtures. SPX rare earth phosphors provideexcellent color rendering in a wide range of colortemperatures.

The F50BX is the latest addition to GE Lighting'sfamily of High Lumen Biax lamps. Designed tooperate at 50 watts, it's the perfect source for indirectcommercial lighting and high ceiling applications.

Performance lllote:

Life ratings for the Fl8BX Preheat High Lumen Biaxlamps are based on operating the lamp at 3 hrs./starton a preheat type of ballast. Operation on rapid startand instant start ballasts is not recommended.

Life ratings for raþid, startHigh Lumen Biax lamps arebased on operating the lamp at 3 hrs./start on a raþidst(n"t type of ballast. Life rating on a preheat type ofballast is 25% lower. Operation of raþid súarf lamps oninstant start ballasts is not recommended.

Life ratings for insta,nt stañ}{igh Lumen Biax lampsare based on 3 hrs./start on an instant startballast.Operation of instant startlamps on rapid start orpreheat ballasts is not recomrnended.

GE Lighting's F40/30 High lumen BiaxTM Lamps

. May use only 30 watts of electricity but deliversapproximately the light output of a standard 4O-wattU-Tube fluorescent lamp. (See chart on right.). Designed to have outstanding performance whenused with electronic ballasts in today's popular 2' x 2'and indirect fixtures.¡ ljses rare earth phosphors which produce excellentcolor rendering and are available in a range of colortemperatures.. Available in rapid start and instant start models.

The ratings of all fluorescent lamps are based on a60 Hz reference ballast operating the lamp in anambient temperature of 77"F (25'C)- the same typeof ballast and procedure used to rate lamps for over30 years!

However, in recent years, the fluorescent lamp hasgone through some remarkable changes. Electronicballasts and high efhciency 2' x 2' fixtures are now inwide use, and how a lamp performs on a 60 Hz ballastdoesn't always describe how the lamp will operate inmany modern fixtures.

For example, compare the performance of the GE

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Commercial electronic ballasts are available with anumber of "ballast factor" ratings and thereforeoperate High Lumen Biax lamps at wattagessignificantly lower than 39 watts. Although typicallydriven at 30 watts, ballasts can be selected to providethe user with other wattage/lumen packages as

desired.

*Comparisons are for sirnilal colors. Be sure to check wattage,Iumens and life to determine which lamps are best suited to your-neecls.

Conclusions:

. The F40l308X lamp from GE Lighting provides thesame light output as an F40,/U lamp with comparablephosphor, ata20Vo savings in wattage when used onan electronic ballast.

o The low wattage of F40l308X and its high effìcacyon electronic ballasts make it the ideal lamp forDemand Side Management_programs, or for anyprogram designed to lower electric bills and improveIighting qualiry.

See your GE Lighting representative for moreinformation

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Low Watt BiaxTM compact fluorescent lamps canprovide savings in energy costs of up to 73%. Theselamps are designed for use in new installations or forreplacing existing incandescent lamps.

Low Watt Biax lamps offer a warm, inviting light, withcolor rendering of 82 and color temperature of2700K, similar to the light from incandescent lamps.Color temperatures of 3500K and 4100K are alsoavailable.

The Biax lamp's c'ompact design offers greater fixturedesign flexibility than traditional fluorescent lamps, as

well as broader application opportunities.

With rated average life of 10,000 hrs., Biax lamps lastup to ten times as long as their incandescentalternatives, resulting in fewer relampings and a

significant reduction in maintenance costs over thelife of an installation.

Low Watt Biax lamps with G23 and GX23 bases arepreheat lamps with starters built into the base. Theyare not suitable for use with dimming ballasts.

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(sPX27, SPX35, SPX41)

The Double Biax's compact size makes these lampspore suitable for a broader range of applications,including hallway lighting, tasklighting, recessed

downlighting and exit signs.

Perlormance Note:

. Double Biax lamps with 2 pin bases are preheatlamps with starters built into the base. They cannot be

dimmed and are not recommended for use onelectronic ballasts.

. Double Biax lamps with 4 pin bases do not have

starters and can be operated on electronic ballasts oron dimming ballasts designed for that product.

Note: Pin placement and base design on Fig. 1 and Fig. 2

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Electronic Biaxru lamps

GE Lighting's line of Electronic BiaxrM lamps screwdirectþ into incandescent sockets and provide youwith dramatic savings in energy costs. Rare earthphosphors in warm, incandescent-like colors (2700K82CRI) create a pleasing atmosphere in whichfurnishings and people look their best. Lamp life is10,000 hours! That's about ten times the life of atypical incandescent bulb.The integral ballast of the FLEZOTBX provides anadded plus for utilities and specifiers. A high powerfactor of 0.9 and low harmonic distortion(< 33Vo) make it the ideal lamp when power linequality is critical. Its small size, only 6.6 inches long(168 mm), opens up a wide variety of applicationpossibilities.

PerÍormance Note:

The FLEl5DBX, FLE2ODBX and FLE2OTBX are ULlisted for use in any position, indoors or outdoors.When used outdoors, use only in enclosed fixtures.Minimum starting temperature is 0'F (-18'C).

The FLC26 is UL listed for indoor use in open fixturesonly.

All Electronic Compact Fluorescent Lamps aredesigned for use on 12O-volt circuits and are not foruse on dimming circuits.

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lntroduction 6.îPAB lanps 6.2Planar-Filanent lanps with Mediun Bipost (G22) Bases 6.5ùuartzline" Tungsten Halogen lanps 6.62-Pin Prefocus (GX9.5) Bases 6.6Ianps with 2-Pin Prefocus (GY9.6) Bases 6.7Ianps with 2-Pin (Ê5.3) Bases 6.8Ianps with Douhle Contact Bayonet (Bal5d) Bases 6.9Ianps with Miniature Candelahra (El l) Bases 6.10Lanps with Mediun 2-Pin (G9.5) Bases 6.1I

lncandescent Lamps 6.12Iamps with Mediun (826,/24) and Mogul (E39) Bases 6.12Ianps with Mogul Bipost (GX38q) Bases 6.13Ianps with 2-Pin Prefocus (GYl6) Bases 6.13

Twin-filanent lanps with Mogul Bipost (GX38q) Bases 6.î4

Prefocus Lamps

Ianps with Mediun Prefocus (P28s) Bases lor Use

Base Up

Lanps with Mediun Prelocus (P2Bs) Bases lor Use

Base lJown

lanps with Mogul Prelocas (P40s) Bases

Mß|6 MultiMirroi ßeflector lanpswith 2-Pin (GX5.3) Bases

Double-Ended ùuartzline" Ianpswith Becessed Single Contact (ß7s) Bases

CSß Discharge LanpsConpact Metal Halide Discharge LanpsPAB Sealed Bean Bellector Discharge lanpsGeneral Inlormation

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lntroductionGE Lighting has been a leading supplier to stageand studio users for many decades, andcontinues its pioneering work in the develop-ment of new and innovative light sources. Theprimary change in recent years has been themigration from glass to quartz as the standardbulb material. The higher melting point ofq\artz enables bulb envelopes to be reduced insize and the halogen fillings to be run at higherpressures, leading to smaller, lighter, brighter,more energy-efficient and more reliable lamps.Television and film studios in particular haveboth welcomed and encouraged this trend,which has been supported by equipmentmanufacturers anxious to take advantage of thesmaller size of the new sources.A recent innovation has been the adaptation ofsingle ended metal halide discharge technologyfor stage and studio use. By providing more lightthan three tungsten halogen lamps of the samerating, these new lamps are particularly usefulfor location work - and are already taking theirplace alongside more conventional sources inthe studio. These innovations include CSR, CIDand CSI, which have just been added to theGE Stage/Studio Product Offering.GE Lighting's comprehensive range of single-and double-ended lamps designed for use inthird-party luminaires is complemented by anextensive group of PAR lamps, where the lightsource is enclosed in a sealed reflector unit. Thebeam patterns of PAR lamps range from verynarrow spot to wide-angle floods. This ensuresconsistency from lamp to lamp, interchange-ability to suit the beam pattern needs of themoment and instant replaceability without theneed to refocus and re-aim fixtures. The sealedbeam design prolongs the life of the inner lampas well as protecting it from dust, vapor andother hazards, thereby ensuring high lumenmaintenance over the life of the lamp. PARlamps may be used with very simple, lightweight,economical fixtures.The PAR range is now available with newpowerful metal halide discharge sources.Many of the larnþs in this sec-tion reþesmt sþeciaLorder or lout-uolume tyþes and may not be a.uøilablein inuentory at the timà of order ptøcemmt. Checkuith your sales or customer sentice reþesentøtiae forauailablility.

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GE Lighting's extensive range of Parabolic AluminizedReflector (PAR) Lamps find a wide variety ofapplications in design and in stage, television or filmstudio lighting.

Wattage Range: 25 - 650

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PAH6 Dianeter 4t/2" (l 14 nn)- Screw Terminal Base

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PAß36 Dianeter 4,/2" (l 14 - Ferrule Base 2

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25 5.5 14553 25PAß36 (1) t2 t9700 300t 5.5)4.5 1t00

25 12 t4554 25PAffi6/ilSP(1) I 2000t2 2600

25 12 14555 25PAn36/WFtlt) t2 360 49x41 3/x25 2000

25 t2 t4556 25PAß36/VWfr (1) t2 160 55 2000

30 6.4 246/3 45t5 lt) 55000 5x5 t0012

30 6.4 15t33 H4515 (1) 12 6/000 5.5x4 t00

30 12.8 24425 4405 (t) 12 50000 6x5 100

30 12.8 15t29 H4405 (1.2) 66000 /t4 10012

3/.5 12.8 42838 H7616 t2 70000 3007t4

50 12 12892 50PAß361/ilSP lt) l2 19000 6 2000

50 t2 16540 50PAfr36ltSP(1) t2 I 1000 20tl 7 l0 2000

50 12 1654t 50P4fr36/WFr (1) l2 900 40,141 39t2/ 2000

50 12 fi468 50PAffi6/WfL/4lt) t2 720 48t41 3h27 40t0

50 12 16542 50PAß36/VWF| (1) t2 600 80t8t 55 2000

50 l2.B H435/6 7604 lt) l2 100000 lr5 100

50 28 24640 4505 l2 45000 th5 400

100 0.3 40820 DWH/]WJ t2 8500 3400 35x25 3

t00 t3 24650 4509 t2 1 10000 tlxb 25

100 13 41503 4509 12 1 t0000 I 2x6 25

Iqt t3 24892 4595 12 60000 l4x6 300

t00 28 42488 4591 t2 9t000 12x6 25

100 28 24891 4594 t2 /0000 13x/ 300

650 120 41687 0wt-065tpAß36/t (3.4) t2 24000 320t 40t30 100

65t 120 41669 F8t-0650pAn36/50 13,4) t2 36000 5000 25t15 3t

650 t20 41671 fqt- 0650pAß38/5 13,4) 12 6/t00 3400 25x15 30

650 t20 416/5 fgK- U850pAß36/80 (3, 4) t2 160t0 5000 30

250 t2t 39565 FçS/qWA 14) t2 18t00 3400 30t20 4

650 12t 4t666 9XK- 065tpAn36/2 (3.4) 12 28t00 34t0 40t30 30

850 t20 4t668 FAy- 0850pAffi6/30 13, 4) l2 5000 25x15 3036000

650 120 416/0 fq,J- 0650pAß36/3 (3,4) t2 6/000 34t0 25t15 30

650 tzt 4t672 ftry- 0650pAn36/6 (3.4) t2 9000 60x55 1003200

650 t2t 416/3 fCX- 0650pAß36I (3.4) l2 24000 40x30 100.?200

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PAß Lanps (continued)

Wattage Range: 25 - 500

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35 t2.8 24582 436 t2 60000 10t4 300

30 12.8 245// 4435 l1) t2 /5000 5t5 300

30 6.4 24/35 4535 (1) t2 95000 5.5t4 100

25 5.5 14562 25PAfl46 (1) t2 55000 5.5:4.5 t000

200

200

120

130

20t38

20140

12

12

I 1500

I 1500

2/50

2/50

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2000

2000

200P4n46/3A4fL (4)

200

200

120

130

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20t11

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3t000

31t00

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2t50

23x19

23x19

12x8

l2x8

2000

2000

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t,t t25 41968 (4) 12 8000 2/50 39x25 2000

450 28 24/5t 4541 15) 12 470t00 lSxl I 25

240 12 205/7 240PAß56/ryyfL 15) 12 t3t00 50x27 35x18 2000

240 12 205/6 240PAß56/MF| (5) 12 46000 28x15 l8t9 2000

240 t2 205/5 240PAn56//t'tSP 15) l2 140000 7xl0 9t6 200t

200 30 20t22 200PAn t2 2/0000 9t9 500

120 t2 t9t25 120PAn56/WFt t2 5625 50t25 35t18 2000

120 12 19024 t20PAn56/lvlfL t2 19000 29t15 lBx9 2000

t20 t2 ts023 t20PAfl56/4/NSP 12 60000 15t10 8t6 2000

t00 t2.5 24764 4543 l2 225000 915 50

100 12 24768 4545 (1) l2 225000 9t5 100

500 120 43496 0510PAß56/WFL ß) 400u44t2066t342950ts0006

500 120 43455 0500PAn56/MfL (31 4t0t26t1042x202950430006

500 t20 43494 0500PAq56I'\SP 13) 6 2950 32t15 l3t8 4000960U0

30t

300

120

130

20849

2085t

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t2

1 t000

1 t000

2/50

2750

57x2/

5/x2/

37x18

37x18

2000

2000

300P4fl56/WFI (5)

300

300

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t30

20836

20838

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t2

24000

240t0

2/50

2/50

34t19

34t19

23xl 1

23xl 1

2000

2000

300P4n56/A,tfL 15)

300 120 20803 300PAfr56/NSP (5) l2 6800t 2/50 20t14 10x8 2000

200 120 49889 200PAn56A,tfL(5) 15000 2t50 34x22 22x 13 200012

300 120 39403 300PAß56/2Wfr (5, 4 I 1400 20003ht953x282/50t2

Jot 120 39400 300PAq56/2MFL 15, t1 20002111030x1/2t503200t12

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Wattage Range: 100 - 1000

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500

500

220

240

20254

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240000

3200

3200

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cP86 0500PAß64/VwSP(5)

500

500

220

240

20258

20263

6

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140000

140000

3200

3200

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500

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240

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20265

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3200

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32x19

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2|x10

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500

500

120

130

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35x19

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39413

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2000

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1000 t20 t3229 ffP- 0100tPAß64/2 (3) 6 330000 3200 26x14 14x/ 800

1000 t20 13228 fFn - 0t000PAß84/5 13) 6 125000 80044xl 13200 2Bxl2

1000 120 1322/ ffs 0l000PAß64/6131 6 40000 3200 llx45 48x24 800

1000 120 13226 f0Íi4 - 0t00tPAn64/30 l3l 6 200000 5200 24x12 I JXb 200

1000 t20 13225 fçt't - 01000P4n64//0 13) 6 70000 43x20 2/xl 1 2005200

1000

1000

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3200

3200

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1000

220

240

1991 1

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260000

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3200

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23x20

13x10

13x10

300

300

cP6l tx0{1A4PAß64 l3)

1000

100t

220

240

19913

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320t

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39x24

25x14

25x14

300

300

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1000

220

240

19915

19918

6

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40000

400t0

3200

3200

60x38

60x38

45t24

45x24

300

300

HX134 tXG4lMPAn64 ß)

1000 220

240

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30278

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15000

3200

3200

125x95

125x95

70x/0

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300

300

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600 28 405/8 4559 15) l2 600000 I lxl2 25

600 28 405/9 04555 13) 12 600000 12x8 100

600 2B 42552 04559X 13) 12 /65000 1 lx/.5 1t0

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Planar-Filanent Lanps with Mediun Bipost(G22) Bases

Applications

These planar filament lamps are normally used in filmor television studio spotlamps, though the T30 andT31 lamps are applicable to theater spotlamps.

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Unless noted other-wise, all of these lamps are to beused base down to horizontal.

Wattage Range: 500 - 2500

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30423

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6/500

3200

3200

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2000

2000

220

240

400

400

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52000

3200

3200

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220

240

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400

12

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29000

3050

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5 tþ (140)

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240

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200

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33000

33000

3200

3200

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1200

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240

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30380

30381

2t000

21000

3200

3200

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220

240

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20288

250

250

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26500

26500

3200

3200

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650

220

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3200

3200

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200

200

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Applications

Lamps with LIF codes beginning with T are designedfor use in theaters. The other lamps are normallyfound in television or film studios. T11 and T19 lampsare also used in disco lighting.

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These lamps are to be used base down to horizontal.Note that to avoid premature arcing, lamp HX144should not be burned in a horizontal position with thefilament support beneath the filament.

Wattage Range: 650 - 1200I)IA.

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3000

3000

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750

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650

650

220

240

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20315

20319

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169t0

3200

3200

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200

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1000

1000

220

240

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20282

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26500

26500

3200

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250

250

1000

1000

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220

240

18

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30434

30435

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23t00

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3050

3050

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240

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220

240

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12

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25000

250t0

3200

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200

200

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1200

1200

220

240

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30448

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29000

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1200

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This range of lamps includes both mono-plane (C13)grid-form filaments and coiled coil (CC-8) filaments.The specially designed pin configuration ensures thatthe filament is correctly aligned in the fixture.

Applications

LIF coded A lamps are used in audio-visualequipment; T lamps were designed primarily for usein ellipsoidal spotlights and pattern projectors in stageor theatrical environments. T lamps are also used innightclubs. CP lamps are normally used in portablefixtures in fìlm and television studios for color filmproduction.

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These lamps may be used base down to horizontal.Note that to avoid premature arcing (short life),lamps with vertical coiled coil filaments should notbe burned in a horizontal position with the mainfilament support beneath ihe fìlament.

Wattage Range: 235 - 1000

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220

240

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28000

26000

3200

3200

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650

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220

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150

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650

650

650

120

220

240

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304lS

30480

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24

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3050

3050

3050

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400

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500

120

220

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30462

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24

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3050

3050

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400

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500

500

120

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30459

30460

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ùuartzline" Tungsten Halogen Lamps with 2-Pin(85.3) Bases

Applications

These lamps were designed primarily for use inprojectors in stage or theatrical environments.

Operating lVotes

These lamps may be used base down to horizontal(BDTH) unless noted.

Wattage Range: 30 - 650

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600 120 0/ 30364 24 1 /000 32t0 CC-6 2 tþ 163.5) t t/n (36.5) 15

650 120 06 30304 0w(8) 24 20000 3300 CC-6 2 1/4 l5/.4 I lha (36.5) 25

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ùuartzline" Tungsten Halogen andlncandescent LamPs with DouhleContact Bayonet (Bal5d) Bases

Applications

These lamps are usecl in stage strip ligh,ts, spotlights,pattern projectors, and particularly in the case of the

þlanar-filament lamps, Fresnel lens spotlights.

0perating Notes

These lamps may be burned in any position unlessnoted.

Wattage Range: 30 - 500

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254 /30 14 43698 0250CUD| 6 5000 2950 ,? 1 Ta (41.3) 2000 3

250 /20 14 4369/ tsst250tu0c 6 5000 2950 cc.B 3 (/6.2) t 5h (41.3) 2000 3200 120 t4 t4119 F[Vn200/4tu0t 6 5500 3200 cc-Zy 2 //tt 161.9) I 3/a 134.5) 50 I15A 14 43693 [rrulS1cutc 6 2800 290û cc-î 2/¡rc16t.9) l3kß4.9) 2000 3

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100 124 t4 t5508 0t00cu0t 6 t600 2840 tC7 2t/tol6t 9) l1aßa.q 2000 3

100 t20 t4 44386 FSn 0l00'U0c/2v 6 t8a0 2850 tc2v 2t/rc 161.9) I 3h 134.9) /50 1

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Applrcations

These lamps are used in stage strip lights, spotlightsand pattern projectors.

0penting lVotes

These lamps may be burned in any position(universal burn) .

Wattage Range: 75 - 600

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t00 t20 14 t550/ 0100cuMC 6 t60t 2800 Ct-? 2 Urc l/1.4) I Is 134.91 2000 3

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250 120 14 43699 fHm2StCUMt 6 5000 2950 CC8 35/r,180.2) | 5/s 141.3) 200t 3

250 130 T4 4:t700 0250twc 6 5000 2950 tt8 ?yr, (80.2) I Te 141.3) 2000 3

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Applications

These lamps are designed primarily for use inellipsoidal spotlights and pattern projectors in stage ortheatrical environments. They may also be used inportable fixtures in film and television studios.

1perating lVotæ

These lamps may be used base down to horizontal.Note that to avoid premature arcing (short life), lampsshould not be burned in a horizontal position with themain filament support beneath the fìlament.

Wattage Range: 500 - 1000

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300

300

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20306

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25000

25000

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3200

3200

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24

24

24

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120

220

240

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t000

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300

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220

240

650

650

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30489

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15000

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3100

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Ouartzline" Tungsten Halogen and lncandescentLanps with Mediuth (826/24) and Mogul(EJg) Bases

These incandescent and halogen lamps, mostþ inround or oval bulbs, provide general lighting for filmor television studios. The low-wattage bulbs are ofglass, and special heat-resisting glass or quartz is usedfor the high-wattage types.

Applications

These lamps are used in scoops, portable floods and,in the case of the clear planar-filament types, may alsobe used in Fresnel lens spots.

0perating IVotes

Unless noted, lamps rated at less than 1000 watts maybe burned in any position (universal burn). Thoserated at 1000 watts and higher should be burned basedown to horizontal. Note that vertical filament lampsshould not be operated in a horizontal position withthe filament support under the filament.

Wattage Range: 100 - 2000

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400 120 030 21363 400G/fL 60 6800 2850 C-5 ít/o (130.2) 3 16.21 800 2

400 t20 030 21349 400G/sP 60 8400 2950 C-5 5 r/o (t30.2) 3 (/6.2) 200 2

250 120 421 40563 RBA 24 8000 3400 c,9 4ßht1125.4) 3 4

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500 tzt PS25 4t568 tcf 24 t365t 3200 Cg 6 tVß ft/6.2) 60 3

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2000 t20 18 3/086 BWf.A000/4cI 24 54000 3200 ct8 / tþ ltqo) 5 tß 1133.4) 500 1

2000 120 TO 30492 MG 24 58000 3200 tt8 83/t (222) 5 lt28) 500 1

2000 t20 r9 30494 MH 24 58000 3200 tc-B 9 l22e) 6Ic ltTt) 500 1

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2000

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29426

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50000

3200

3200

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300

300

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1000 120 PS52 (22) 39582 tKZ/0sf-01000P552/4 115) 24 28000 3200 cc8 13 (330) /50 3

1500 120 PS52 (22) 40351 0w0sf-0t500P552/4 (t5) 24 4t000 3200 c-8 t3 (33t) 1000 3

2000 120 T9 30491 8WG 24 56000 3200 cc$ /tþltsz) 40t 1

2000 120 ts 30493 MJ 24 56000 3200 cc8 83/t1222) 50t 1

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Bases

Applications

These lamps are designed for use in Fresnel lens spotsin film and television studios. Lamps with LIF codeHX48 are designed for use in searchlight applications.

0perating lllotes

Burning position is base down to horizontal unlessnoted.

lncandescent Lamps with 2-Pin Prefocus (GYl6)Bases

This group of two-kilowattqvarÍz halogen lampsis equipped with planar or biplanar filaments andasymmetric 2-Pin Prefocus (GY16) bases for simpleand accurate installation into optical systems.

Applications

These lamps are designed for use in Fresnel lens spotsin film and television studios.

0perating lllotes

Burning position is base down to horizontal.

Wattage Range: 1000 - 10,000

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2000

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220

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This group of quartz halogen lamps is equipped withtwin vertically aligned filaments exclusive to GELighting.In the table below, lumen characteristics relate tosingle- and twin-filament options and the filament sizefigures describe the major and minor coils.

Applications

These lamps are designed for fixtures used intelevision studios.

0perating Notes

Burning position is vertical, base down t 45o

Wattage Range: f250 - 2500

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240

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300I2500/2500

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220

240

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300

300

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Applications

These lamps are designed for use in ellipsoidalspotlights and projectors; they may not be suitable foruse in Fresnel lens spots.

0perating Notes

Unless noted, lamps should be burned basehorizontal, with the proviso that CC-8 lampsnot be operated in a horizontal position with thefilament support under the filament.

Wattage Range: 500 - 1000

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1000

220

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30534

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250

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220

240

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3050

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750

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Applications

These lamps are designed for use in ellipsoidalspotlights and projectors; they may not be suitable foruse in Fresnel lens spots.

0perating lVotes

Unless noted, lamps should be burned base down tohorizontal.

Wattage Range: 250 - 1000

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9500

2950

2950

2950

c-13

c-13

5 thlt30)

5 th lt30)

5 1/4 (130)

23/n 155.6)

2r/to (55.6)

2In (55.6)

/50

/50

/50

1

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500

500

220

240

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2943 I

128 I2

12

I 1000

I 1000

3000

3000

c-13 5thll30) 23/n(55.6)

5t/4lt1o) 2In(5s.6)

300

300

1

650

650

650

1 l5/120

220

240

t8 30540

30541

i0542

Lt3 fKA

fK8

t2

l2

12

135t0

13500

135t0

3000

3000

3000

c-13

c-13

5 th

t/a

th

(130)

(130)

lt30)

23/n

23/n

23/tt

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(55.6)

(55.6)

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1

5

5

650

650

650

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220

240

16

r8

30543

20323

20324

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FKtttt

t2

t2

12

I /000

t6900

t6900

3200

3200

3200

c-t3

c-t3

c,t3

5 t/4 (130)

5 th (130)

5 th (130)

23/n (55.6)

2%t155.6)

2Ito 155.6)

100

200

200

1

t50 120 r20 22t 10 RFE750I20P/SP (9) 24 17000 3000 C-tJ 53h1t46.1) 2%o/55.6) 200 2

t50 120 r20 29890 qfr/BFK ( B, t8) 24 t3500 3050 C-13 53/t1146.l) 23/ß155.6) 200 2

t50 120 r/ 1 t953 81110/50t//cu2P 12 t/600 3050 C-130 43/t1120.7) 23/t0155.6) 500 I750 120 r7 1 ts54 8rP-û/50T//4tU2P l2 21000 3200 C-13 43/11120.7) 23/t0155.6) 200 I

1000 120 r/ 1 t955 Btn-01000r//4cu2? 12 28500 3200 C-130 43/t1120./) 2'/rc155.6) 250 I

1000 120 r/ 29568 0ß8 (8) 24 32000 3350 t13 53/t1146.1) 23/tt155.6) 25 It000 120 r20 299/9 qnt

18) 24 3t000 3250 CtJ 5y4(146.t) 23/rc155.6) 50 2

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1000

1000

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3200

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5 ll2/) 2 3/to (55.6)

220

240

rB 2028/

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24

c-13

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250

250

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Lanps with Mogul Prefocus (P40s) Bases

Applications

These lamps are designed for use in follow spots andprojectors.

0perating lVotes

Unless noted, lamps should be burned base down tohorizontal.

Wattage Range: 1000 - 2000

ftg. 3

s è

F¡c. I

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Ftc.2 0

t

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2000

2000

220

240

n0 2031 I

20312

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12

540t0

54000

3200

3200

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400

400

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1500 120 n2 16464 0rA 6 4t000 3200 t 13 7 7/o (200) 3 Urc l8/) 300 I1500 120 T12 30526 MZ 6 4100t 3200 C'13 8t5hz?I5) lß/rtll1t) 3t0 1

1000

t000

220

240

Ttl 30520

30521

n6 6

6

23000

23000

3050

3050

c-t3 7t/tt 1100)

/ t/to (180)

3 //n (81)

3 7/n (87)

/50

750

Il00t t20 ï20 29969 ]sR l8) 12 28500 3225 C-130 87/to(214.3) 37n18/) 25 2

1000 120 r20 29964 Al/188 0PW-lMr20P(8,30) t2 28000 3200 C-13 I 1/to 1214.3) 3 Un l8/) 50 2

Itt0 120 G40 22203 IM/G4OPSP 24 25000 3050 t-5 8/ha1214.3) 3ßhtl100) 200 3

1000 120 T7 t2553 BWOIq]qtv4cuMP 6 28500 3200 t-13 Ithlts4) 3t5/rc1100) 200 1

1000 120 r/ 12554 8W4tqt]r//twP 6 24500 3050 c.130 / th lt04) 3 ß16 (100) 500 I

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Mß16 Multi-Minoi ßeflector Lamps with 2-Pin(ÊX5.3) Bases

GE Lighting's range of Multi-Mirror reflector lampsprovides complete optical,and light source units,requiring only mechanical support and electricalsupplies from the luminaire.

Wattage Range: 100 - 250

s

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MBl6 Diameter 2" - Dichroic lanps-0pen Frg. I

High-lntensity Arc Lanps

The Gemini- and Marc* range of lamps provide theoptimum choice where the following requirementsare to be met:. High energy efficiency (60 lpw). Vivid, natural color rendition. Daylight coloro Compact yet high brightness. Optically precise light beam control¡ Dichroic reflector optical assembly¡ Precise rim reference mounting.

Gemini and Marc lamps were originally designed foruse in 16mm film projectors, but they are nowincreasingly being used for applications such asmedical examination or surgical illumination and infollow-spot equipment. They are appropriate wherehigh intensity daylight color light is needed fromcompact, efficient and safe sources.

Gemini and Marc lamps should be operated with theplane of the reflector rim vertical.

These lamps should not be operated for periods ofless than three minutes since short operating cyclesreduce life and degrade performance.

Wattage Range: 300 - 350

Marc'* & Genini' High-tntensity Arc

ftC.l

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100 12 12003 txv 20 3tt0 335t 53 50

150 t20 15477 tZK 20 36t0 3200 60 200

200 .?0 125t3 FXS 20 BBTO 3300 45 50

250 120 38686 F¡lH 20 1t/t0 3250 32 t75

250 t20 t1/50 fM 20 6/50 3300 2Ë57

300 35 1il34 tz0tflt4n'1.300 4 6000 2 150.8) /5

300 3/.5 29469 [ZLí.MAqCJ00/16 4 5500 3 l/6.2)

4350 45 39936 ilHrlAnc-350/l6l 5000 3 t/6.2) 50

2

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Doubte-Ended Ouartzline" Lamps with ßecessedSingle Contact (B7s) Bases

GE Lighting offers a comprehensive range of double-ended Quartzline lamps rated from 200 to 2000 watts.

Applications

The shorter lamps are typically used in photographicstudios or film studios in lens-less floodlights andspotlights equipped with simple reflectors to controlthe beam.The lamps may be used in scoops and strip lights forborder and cyclorama lighting.

0perating lllotes

Unless noted, lamps may be burned in any position.

Arrangement of Tahles

Separate tables are provided for each lamp size as

defined by their maximum overall lengths; within eachtable lamps are listed in ascending order of wattage.Some tables are subdivided where groups of lamps areclearly defined in terms of form or function.

Wattage Range: 200 - 800

0tA

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:ttt!i)

M0I33ho"

800

800

220/230

240/250

3034/

30350

24

24

20500

20500

3200

3200

tc8

cc8

125.4)

125.4)

/5

75

t4 P2fi3 0M{800r4/4CL

650 120 t4 30301 0tL,t 24 20000 3400 tc8 5/o 115.9)

650

650

120

t20

T4

14

30325

3t343

FADll650r4/4CL lt4)

fqx.o650r4/4 (t4.26)

24

24

165t0

16500

3200

3200

tc-8

ct-q

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100

Va (15.9)P2/6

420 120 14 30276 FFM 24 1100t 3200 CC.8tþ

112.4 75

400 120 14 ß708 IHßO400r4/CL 6 /750 2900 t[8 ß/ß (20.6) 2000

30 14 295/B 4U226 I)W/ 24 7500 3000 tc-8 3/aþ.A 1000

300 t20 14 4/05 IHP.0300t4/cl 6 5650 2900 ct8 ttha (17.5) 2000

2t0

200

120

120

ßt3

43/13

18580

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6

6

3460

3350

,O'E CC.B

tc-8

1500

1500

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Douhle-Ended ùuartztine" Iamps with RecessedSingle Contact (ß/s) Bases (continued)

Halogen-l?'* lanpsGE Lighting's exclusive Halogen-IR technology bringsover 30% greater efficiency to halogen lighting byconverting a proportion of the radiated heat intouseful visible light. This is done by placing a multi-layered heat-reflecting film on the outside of thefilament tube to reflect the infrared radiation backonto the filament, where it is absorbed. The effect isto reduce the electrical power necessary to maintainfilament temperature and hence raise effective lumensper watt.Apart from their use in theaters and confined studiosets, these lamps are also finding application in indoorsports halls, where the reduced heat output isadvantageous, and in general floodlighting andsecurity lighting.Advantages of using Halogen-IR Lamps:o Less heat on stage performerso Improves fìxture life. Improves socket lifeo Improves gel (filter) lifeWattage Range: 300 - f000

Mor 33h"

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800 t20 t4 29598 4U228 fCR 24 I /000 3200 tt8 t17¡6 ll/.5) /5

t0t0 120 f5 .?0157 oxw{1t000t5/4cr 127) 24 28000 3200 tc4 //a Q2.4 t50

t000 t2t T5 303/4 F9vl¡1000t5/4 lt4. 2t) 24 26000 3200 ct-8 150 126)

t000 t20 f5 29604 8ßH 24 30000 3350 tt8 It(ts.U /5

t0t0 120 f5 30313 9xtl 24 33000 3400 tt8 3/t(19.1) 50

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15 3054/

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26500

3200

3200

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Clear Energy-Saving Halogen-lßru, MùI 4tthd' (l lgnn) - Burn Horizontal + 4"

s

350

350

t20

t30

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6

6

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9600

3000

3000

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2000

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350 t20 t3 2088t Ftf/Htnü50ß/4tL 6 13250 3200 c-8 23/t 160.3) 4000

5r5 t20 t3 20883 EJG/HtßU525ß/4 6 203t0 32t0 c.8 2 t/n 161.9) 40t

650 120 ß t3895 fcM/HtHt650T3/4CL I 25200 3200 c-8 2I¿ 160.3) 400

300 l2t ß 43/03 FHt4-0300ß/tL 6 5950 2950 C-8 2 t/s154) 2000

425 120 tJ 111/8 042513/CL 12 8900 3000 C-8 27/yl56.a) 2000

3000500 t20 0500ß/tu6ß 23744 t2 10950 t8 2 th l5/.2) t500

t30 0ys.0500t3/cLt3 23733 12 t0550 3000 c-8 23/s (60.3) 2000500

500 t20 FCLnso0ß/tLT3 23/31 t2 fi100 3000 t4 2 I/4 (5/.2) 2000

500 t20 ß 23/35 P2/30 f0fA500ß/4CL t2 13250 3200 t8 2 tþ 183) 400

/50 t20 IJGO/50ß/4tLß 23/56 t2 20600 3200 C4 2 tþ163) 400

Clean M0I4tt/to" l9nn) - Burn Horizontal t 4" Fig. I

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Douhle-Ended Ouartzline' Lamps with ßecessed

Single Contact (B7s) Bases (continued)

Wattage Range: 300 - 2000

f¡s. 3

Q.

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Clean M0l 55/í'(143 J

1000

1000

t2t

220

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I2

28000

25500

3200

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400

300

1000 t85 T3 23/88 [Jt0t000ß/3tL 12 33600 3350 tlB 2 3/t (/0) 100

1050 120 t5 3/854 Ft.t 24 3t000 .?200 CC.8t/a

122.4 75

800

800

220/230

240/250

13 3052/

23/60

P2/11 EM[,0800T3/4CL l2

t2

22000

22000

3200 c-8

t8Z t3/ß It.4J

213/tt[1.4)

250

2503200

ß 23792 P2/29 Fqt'ttt500ß/4(26)120100t c-83200 400t2 21300

800

8t0

220/230

240/250

3t528

23/61

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l2

21400

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t-B

250

250

t3 P2/1 I [A4f4800T3/4 Q6)

tM0.0750t3/4 Q6) 12 19500120/50 C83200 400ß 23/55

t3 23734 P2/3t f0tl-0500T3/4 126)500 t20 C83200 400t2 12800

FCZ-û500|3 126)120500 3000 2000c.8ß 23703 t2 t0B0t

13 43/04 [HZ{300ß 126)t20300 6 t829505900 2000

2000

2000

20297

20298

6

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50000

50000

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300

300240 3200

220/230 f8 3200P2/2/ f[XlZMrg/4CI

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fffl.?t000r6/4tln/ß12l)

1000 t20 tc-83200 500t6 33/60 6 27500

0w-01000r6/cr t (25.4)1201000 3000 2000ttBT6 23800 6 23400

CIean MoL 6ehd'(t67 - Burn Horizontal ! 4" Fig. 2

Clean M0l 6ehí'(167 - Burn Horizontal+ 4" fig. 2

Clear, MOL 7hí' 8g - Burn Horizontal + 4"

HalogenJßrM, M0L I îthd' - Burn Horizontal + 4"

ü

Clean

ffr/Hlno6/5ß/4 2Vs(66.7)120660 3200 400C8ß 20884 6 26000

fçru150014/4ll4. 26)1201500/:B3200 40014 41229 t2 40200

f08-010t0t4/4cl 3200 2 t/n 16l.S)120t500 400c-8f4 23841 t2 41200

ß 33280 Ffr-û1000t3/tcL 2Va(66.7)1201000 3200 400c-812 26400

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220/230

240/250

19695

19696

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35000

35000

3200

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C8

4 23/u (120)

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300

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1000

1000

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240/500

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20253

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28000

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c-8

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19698

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300

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32000

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6 th (155.6)

2000

2000

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2

Stage&Studio622

CSß Discharge LampsCSRlamps are single-ended, short-arc discharge lampswhich provide the user with a good color rendering -

source. CSR lamps are dimmable with stable colortemperature

0escription

CSR lamps are a short arc e/zz" to eAø" (? .0 to 14.0mm)source with a color temperature of 5600K and a colorrendering of 95. CSR lamps also provide the user withhotrestrike capacigt butcan be used on non-hotrestrike ballasts. CSR lamps are dimmable, but providestable color temperature.

Applications

CSR lamps are used in the television and film industryfor lighting indoor and outdoor television and moviesets. CSR lamps can also be used for lighting indoorand outdoor theaters.

Rurn Position

Universal

Wattage Range: 1200 - 2500

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1200 30553 csnu00qn 4 t10000 3/a (l l) 800 lrlogal 9tpær lGXS9q) 2

2500 30554 CSN2SOOHR 4 240000 Yß (14) OE 500 llogulEtpntlqX]Bq) 3

6 23 Stage & Studio

Conpact Metal Halide Discharge Lanps with2-Pin Bases

Compact metal halide discharge lamps can providemore light than three tungsten halogen lamps of thesame rating - giving operating efficiencies includingone-third of the energy consumption and up to one-third of the number or physical size of fixtures. Thedecrease in heat output improves the environment forstafÏworking in close proximity to the lamps.

These lamps are dimmable to 50Vo of peak lumens,and most offer hot restrike for applications wherefrequent changes in lighting are necessary' All lampswill restrike within ten minutes.Compact iodide discharge lamps are also offered insealed beam units.

Applications

Compact Iodide Daylight (CID) lamps have a colortemperature of 5500K (CRI 85) and provide anexcellent simulation of natural daylight for locationfilming and realistic interior scenes. In the theater theintense sharp beam made possible by the point sourcemakes these lamps ideal for follow spots.

Compact Source Iodlde (CSI) lamps operate at thelowei color temperature of 4000K (CRI 85), enablingthem to be used in conjunction with tungsten halogensources and so helping to preserve existing investmentin lamps and equipment.

0perating lllotes

CID and CSI lamps are designed to operate at veryhigh temperatures and should be used in enclosedfixtures. Suitable precautions must be taken to protectpeople and equipment during normal use as well as inthe case of a lamp shattering. For best performanceoperate the lamps under the following conditions:¡ Base,/bulb seal - 842oF (450'C) maximum to avoid

seal failure.. Bulb -7292-1'832"F (700-1000oC) maximum

(capsule lamps) to avoid devitrification of theqtJartz and loss of halide.

. Pins - 662'F(350oC) maximum to avoid loss ofplating, hot spots and arcing; should this occurlampholder should be replaced before the newlamp is fitted to avoid damage to the lamp.

o All CSI and CID capsule lamps should be burnedbase down to horizontal (BDTH).

Quick-acting, high-breaking capacity fuses must beinstalled in the supply line; see IEC269, IECI27 orTEC247.

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StageúStudio624

Compact Metal Halide Discharge lanps withMediun Bipost rc24, Mogul Bipost (Ê7Sq) Bases

Wattage Range: 200 -2500

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30558 cst1000022 41000 90000 4000 ßþ2(15) 4tþ(115) 2151) 2t/2163.5) Medtun1ipßt(G22) 500 21000 30559 CS|1000G3BHB|20) 4 90000 4000 ß/tz(15) 4tþlllí) 2(5t) 2t/2163.5) Mosulqþonl11flq) 500 3

200 30560 u0200qn128) 4 14000 5500 Ì/n 15.5) 2 th /5/) ßht 121) 1 t/n (36.5) Specnl brpin 150 4

5/5 30563 ct0575 4 40250 5500 tthz (9) 3 tt/ß 194) 1 tt/ro (43) 2 (51) Mediun Brpost lG22) 500 2

t000 30561 cto1000022 4 /0000 5500 ßhz(15) 4tþltt') 2l5t) 2tþ(63.5) t\ediun7a|illï22) 500 2

2500 30567 ct]2500Hfl| 4 5200000 5500 ttha(|Î) 6t/a/l/5) 2t/0154) 5ll2/) Ltosut1ipls¡(G31q) 350

6 25 Stage & Studio

PAß Sealed Bean ßeflector Discharge Lamps

Notwithstanding the advances made over recent yearsin improving the efficiency of tungsten halogen lightsources, there remain occasions, particularly whenworking on location, when the sheer bulk and weightof fixtures introduce logistical difficulties.Compact metal halide discharge lamps offer a wayto reduce power consumption, numbers and sizes offixtures and generated heat.The arc tube is precision-mounted into a standardPAR casing to give a compact, lightweight andoptically consistent light source. The nitrogen fillingof the reflector inhibits oxidation of the seal of theinner capsule, significantþ prolonging lamp life.

Wattage Range: 575 -1200

e

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fiS. I

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PAB46 CID Dianeter 5 3/+ " (146 nn)- Mogul Base /

PAB64 CID Dianeter I " (203 nn)'Mogal Bipost (G38q) Base Fþ. 2

12t0 303/2 C|D1200PAß64Hß 128) 6 820000 5500 20 10 1000

303/1 Ctol00tPAn64qn 28) 6 850000 5500 20 I 1000

100t 30360 Ct0l000PAfl64 6 850000 5500 20 B 1500

PAB64 CSI Dianeter I " (203 nn)- Mogul Bipost Rase 2

1000 30369 ßil00tPAn64Hß 128) 6 1350000 4000 t8 6 3500

30359 tSil000PAR64 6 1350000 4000 IB 6 3500

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6eneral lnformation.

¡resnel and S4otlight Lanps

fhe CP, T and allied ranges of quartz halogen lamps

featrtre small, efficient lamps with long lives and

øftually constant color temperature through life. Thelafips, rated from 300 to 10000 watts, are offered witha wrde variety of commonly used bases, providing a

legree of interchangeability (subject, of course, to thephysical compatibility of bulb and fixture). Fixtureþanufacturers are taking advantage of the smaller size

vrd greater efficiency of new lamp technology to/esign smaller, lighter and more efficient luminaires.

fhe format of the filament has an effect on the beamperformance, particularly of Fresnellensedi¡minaires. Spotlights benefit from the smaller lightsource offered by biplanar (Gl3D) filament

^rrays,giving a narrower spot with slightþ higher peakintensity than a monoplanar filament. The converse is

rue in medium and flood positions since minimalüght is lost through "shadowing" by filament elements.Ellipsoidal optics are designed around a specificfilament area and GE Lighting offers a wide variety offilament conhgurations to match luminaire design as

well as user preference. Note: most lamps with planaror grid-form filaments may be operated at an angle tothe vertical (from base down to 30o - 90o dependingupon the particular lamp); however, the axis ofrotation must alwagsbe in the filament (or electrode)plane.The m{ority of lamps in these groups are designedeither for use with color film balanced for a colortemperature of 3200K or for use in the theater, wherea lower color temperature is usually appropriate. GELighting's theater lamps have extended average lives,which is a considerable advantage when they areinstalled in hard-to-reach auditorium or prosceniumspotlights.Special lamps have been developed for use inellipsoidal spotlights, where the optics of the systemscan result in some of the reflected light being directedonto the lamp base, leading to overheating and, onoccasions, to premature lamp failure. GE's solutionhas been to reduce the size of the base and at thesame time lengthen the neck of the lamp, therebyremoving the critical seal area from reflectedradiation and prolonging lamp life.

0 p e rati o n a I Ch a ra ete ristic s

Quartz halogen lamps are designed to be operatedwithin close voltage tolerances, and excessive voltagecan lead to drastically shortened life, albeit withsignificantly higher light output.A second important variable is temperature. Thetungsten halogen cycle does not operate properþbelow about 482oF (250'C) and qwartz may begin todevitrifabove about 1832'F (1000"C). Bulb envelopesshould therefore be held in the range 482-1472"F(250-8oo'c).The rate of oxidation of the sealing foil carryingcurrent from the base to the filament through theqvartz envelope increases with temperature above662'F (350"C), and lamp life may be severely curtailedby premature seal failure if this temperature isexceeded.The contact pins are plated to ensure good electricalconnection with the lampholder. Flowever, attemperatures above 662'F (350'C), the plating maylose adhesion, leading to deterioration in contact andpossibly local hot spots, arcing and consequentirreparable damage to both lamp and holder. Notethat if there is evidence that this has occurred, thelampholder should be replaced before the next lampis fìtted, otherwise it is likely to fail prematurely for thesame reason.Lamps normally fail by fusing of the filament. This isoften followed by arcing, leading to very high currentswhich can cause the envelope and seals to fail and thelamp to shatter. A quick-acting, high-breaking capacityfuse should therefore be connected to the supply linein all applications. Suitable types are given in IEC 127,24I and269.

Iuminaire PerÍormance

A technique for measuring luminaire performance isgaining international acceptance. The characteristicsof the luminaire are expressed in terms of beam ønglc(the beam width where the candlepower is 70Vo of thremaximum across the beam) andfield angle (where tllrecandlepower is 50Vo of the maximum).Luminaire efficiency is measured as the ratio ofluminous flux leaving the fitting to the lumens givenout by the lamp, and beam efficiency is the ratio oflumens¡fithin the (10%) beam angle to lumens givenout by fhe lamp.Efficiencies of typical luminaires in good condition(clean lenses, non-oxidized or marked reflectingsurfaces, etc.) are of the following orders:. Fresnel lens spots: 0.08; floods, 0.28o Ellipsoidal spors: 0.28 - 0.40¡ Soft lights, cyclorama floods, etc.: 0.40 - 0.64¡ PAR spots: 0.40; floods, 0.50.

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GE Stage and Str¡dio lamps are coded in avariety ofways:Order Code - this may be either an AmericanNational Standards Institute (ANSI) three letter codesuch as EJG, or a GE internal descriptive code in thegeneral form Q750T3/4CL. ANSI codes are assignedto lamp specifications - mechanical, electrical andphotometric characteristics - filed with the Institute.They ensure interchangeability among similarly codedlamps from different manufacturers. Most of theselamps are rated for 120-volt operation. In a few cases a

pair of ANSI codes are given (e.g. BFL/BFK), wherethe first is the official code for the lamp and thesecond code describes lamps the specifications ofwhich are met or exceeded. In such cases, the lampsmay be used to replace lamps with either code.LIF Code - these are assigned by the LightingIndustry Federation in London. They ensure electricaland mechanical interchangeability of similarþ codedlamps. LIF codes are divided into groups according tothe primary application of the lamps:. A1 (Audiovisual) - for use in slide or overhead

projectors¡ CP (Color Photography) - single-ended lamps

intended for use in Fresnel or ellipsoidal luminairesin conjunction with color film balanced for 3200Kcolor temperature

o P2 (Photographic - Double Ended) - for use with3200K film stock in open-faced luminaires

. Pl (Photographic) - for use with 3400K film stock

. T (Theater) - lamps similar to the CP group butdesigned for use in theaters; these lamps have colortemperatures in the range 2900 - 3050K

. HX - a GE Lighting prefix applied to a fewexperimental types, which have not yet beenassigned ANSI or LIF codes.

Base designations conform to IEC standards.Filament formats are given as abbreviations or ANSIstandard designations:. SC - axial coil (ANSI G8). CC - axial coiled coil (ANSI CG8). MP - monoplane grid (ANSI C-f 3). BP - biplane grid (ANSI G13d). TF - twin monoplane grid (ANSI 2G13).. CBCP - center beam candlepower.

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operate, but the inner bulb is pressurized and could shatterunexpectedly. Dispose of with care.

3. Although made ofheat-resistant_glass, the bulb and lens should beprotected from moisture or breakage may result. The lens or bulb maybreak during usage under certain other conditions beyond the controlof the manufacturer. Therefore, screening techniques arerecommended, where appropriate, to protect people and surroundingsfrom possible hot fragments. Iflamp is cmcked or broken, replaceimmediately. It may continue to operate, but the inner bulb ispressurized and could shatter unexpectedly.

4. Operate ât or near horizontal.5. Although this lamp is made of heat-resistant glæs, the bulb and lens

should be protected from moisture or breakage may result. To protectpersons against risk ofbreakage, use a protective screen external to thelamp.To protectextemal toUse only in fìxture designed for Cool Beam PAR lamps.Buming position vertical base dom t30".Buming position vertical bæe down 145'.Hæ blackening prolector grid.Non-stock item available to special order.21mm max bult¡.

Staggered filament.Frosted bulb.Universal opemting position.Ultra-violet absorbing bulb.BDTH operating position.Top end ofbulb is opaque{oated to absorb upward light.Life depends on seruice conditions; for use only in equipment speciallydesigned to maintain bulb and base temperatures within safe limis.To avoid possible overheating, this lamp is not recommended for usewithout force<ooling in deepbowled fxtures.Blue glæs bulb; apparent color temperature may vary from lamp tolamp.

'Silica coated.Burn BDTH but avoid horizontal burning with support spine beneathfilament to prevent premature arcing.100V rating available to special order.15mm mu bulb.Apparent lighted length slightly longer than similar clear lamp.No filament support rod.Hot (instant) restrike; other lamps require l0-minute pause beforerestrike.Low noise construction to minimize generation of audible noise whenoperated on A.C. circuits.Opemte bæe dom within 30" of vertical. Any tilt should be in directionin which the filament plane faces.

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Average ßated likHow long it takes to burn out the light. For example,you can expect a 60-watt Soft White bulb to burn forabout 1000 hours, based on continuous testing oflamps in laboratories. The 1000 hour rating is thepoint in time when 50Vo of tl:'e tested samples haveburned out and 50Vo still shine.

Biaxrv lamp

GE trademark for the biaxial family of high:efficiencyand long-life compact fluorescent lamps.

Candela (CD)

The international unit (SI) of luminous intensity. Theterm has evolved from considering a standard candle,similar to a plumber's candle, as the basis ofevaluating the intensity of other light sources.Sometimes the term "candlepower" is used to describethe relative intensity of a source. (See Lumen.)

Candlepower

A measure of intensity mathematically related tolumens. Candlepower is often used to measure theintensity of lamps that project light.

CoefÍicient of Utilization (CU)

A percent of initial lamp lumens that reaches the workplane as determined by surface reflectances, roomshape (RCR), and fixture efficiency.

Color ßendering lndex (Cßl)

A measurement of the color shift an object undergoeswhen illuminated by the light source, as compared toa reference source at the same color temperature.Color rendering is measured on an index from 0-100,

with natural daylight and incandescent lighting bothequal to 100. Objects and people viewed under lampswith a high color rendering index (CRI) generallyappear more true to life.

Col o r Ten p e ratu re ( Ch ron aticity )A scientific measurement of the balance ofwavelengths making up any "white" light. The unit ofmeasurement is the Kelvin, abbreviated K Althoughit may not seem sensible, a higher color temperaturemeans a coolzr, bluer light source. Typical colortemperatures are 2800K (incandescent), 3000K(halogen and advanced indoor fluorescent), 4100K(cool white fluorescent), and 5000K (daylight-

i:T.u"* fluorescent).

Compatirv lanpGE trademark for an integral ballasted compactfluorescent lamp that is designed to replaceincandescent lamps.

Cov-B-Guar{M Lamp

GE trademark for Teflon@ coated incandescentlamps.

Design lumens

Lumen value at half the rated lifetime.

Ellicacy

See Lumens PerWatt (lpw).

Elliptical ßellector (EB)

A lamp with an elliptical-shaped reflector designed tofocus light in front of the lamp. Used in deeplyshielded downlights.

Fluorescent Lamp

A lamp in which electric discharge of ultravioletenergy excites a fluorescing coating (phosphor) andtransforms some of that energy to visible light.

Footcandle

The unit used to measure how much total light isreaching a surface, such as a wall or table. One lumenfalling on one square foot of surface producesillumination of one footcandle.

Halogen Lanp (Tungsten Halogen lanp)

An incandescent lamp containing a halogen gas whichrecycles tungsten (which would ordinarily bedeposited on the bulb wall) back onto the filamentsurface.

High-lntensiU Discharge lanp (HID)

General term for a mercury, metal halide or high-pressure sodium lamp.

High-Pressure Sodiun Lanp (lucalox@ Lanp)

A high-intensity discharge light source in which thelight is primarily produced by the radiation fromsodium vapor.

lncandescent Lamp

A lamp that provides light when a filament is heatedto incandescence by an electric current. Incandescentlamps are the oldest form of electric lightingtechnology.

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A circuit used to start specially designed fluorescentlamps without the aid of a starter. To strike the arcinstantly, the circuit utiliz.gs higher open-circuitvoltage than is required for the same length preheatlamp. This circuit is used today on Slimline and coldcathode lamps. Instant start 4O-watt bipin lamps aremade with a short circuiting device built into the base

Kilowatt (kw)

A larger unit of power; a thousand watts (watts x 1000= kilowatts).

Kilowatt Hour (kwh)

The measure of electrical usage from which electricitybilling is determined. For example, a 100-watt bulboperated for 1000 hours would consume 100 kilowatthours, (100 watts x 1000 hours = 100 kwh). At abilling rate of $0.10/kwh, this bulb would cost $10.00(100 kwh x $0.10,2kwh) to operate.

lanpThis is actually the technical word meaning light bulbor tube - the part that provides light until it burnsout, However, "lamp" is also commonly used to referto a type of fixture, such as a desk lamp.

Iight

The term generally applied to the visible energy froma source. Light is usually measured in lumens orcandlepower. When light strikes a surface, it is eitherabsorbed, reflected or transmitted. Light is said totravel in straight lines.

Lucalox@ Lamp

GE trademark for a high-pressure sodium lamp.

Iumen

The basic unit of measurement for light. A dinnercandle shines at about 12 lumens. A 60-watt SoftWhite bulb is much more powerful: 855 lumens. If auniform point source of 1 candela is at the center of asphere of l-foot radius which has an opening of 1

square foot area at its surface, the quantity of lightthat passes through is called a lumen. The sphere has

a total surface area of12.57 square feet. Since, bydefinition, a lumen flows to each square foot ofsurface atea, auniform point of 1 candela produces12.57lumens.

Iunen Maintenance

How a lamp maintains its original brightness over its

life. As an ordinary incandescent bulb ages, it gets

dimmer. Fluorescent tubes tend to dim too. Halogenbulbs have high lumen maintenance - they shinealmost like new until they burn out.

lumens Per Watt (lpw)

A measure of the efficacy of a light source in terms ofthe light produced for the power consumed. Forexample, a 100-watt lamp producing 1750 lumensgives 17.5 lumens per watt. Examples:Edison's first lamp 1.4 lpwIncandescent lamps 10-40 lpwFluorescent lamps 35-100 lpwHalogen lamps 20-45lpwMercury lamps 50-60 lpw .Metal halide lamps 80-125lpwHigh-pressure sodium lamps 100-140 lpw

Iuminaire

A complete lighting unit consisting of a lamp (orlamps), together with the parts designed to distributethe light, position and protect lamps and connectthem to the power supply.

Iuninaire efliciency

The ratio of lumens emitted by a luminaire to thoseemitted by the lamp or lamps used.

luminance or Brightness

1. The brightness of an object: thatwhich the eye

perceives. 2. It is usually expressed in candles persquare inch or lamberts or foot lamberts. 3.

Luminance of a surface is equal to Luminance xReflectance.

Iux

The SI (International System) unit of illumination:one lumen uniformly distributed over an area of onesquare meter.

Mercury lanpA high-intensity discharge light source in whichradiation from the mercury vapor produces visiblelight.

Metal Halide lamp (MultiVapor@ Lanp)

A high-intensity discharge light source in which thelight is produced by the radiation from mercury,together with halides of metals such as sodium andscandium.

MalthVapor@ Lanp

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A typ. of incandescent lamp of heavy glass thatcontrols its light beam by a reflector and lens, typicallyused in floodlighting.

Preciserv

GE trade name for MR-16 and MR-11 miniaturereflector spots and floods.

Preheat

A circuit used on fluorescent lamps wherein theelectrodes are heated or warmed to a glow stage by anauxiliary switch or starter (can be a glow switch,thermal,type, or a mechanical device like a pushbutton) before the lamps are lighted. This system was

used on the original fluorescent lamps and is still inuse today.

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GE trademark for a quaîtz halogen lamp.

Bapid Start

A circuit designed to start lamps by continuouslyheating or preheating the electrodes. This circuit is a

modern version of the trigger start system andrequires lamps designed for this circuit. In the rapidstart two-lamp circuit, one end of each lamp isconnected to a separate starting winding. The otherend of each lamp is connected to a common winding.Except for Slimline lamps, all modern fixtures using40-watt and higher lamps are equipped with rapidstart ballasts.

BeÍlector (ß) lanpAn incandescent lamp with a built-in reflectingsurface. The glass bulb is blow-molded in one pieceand may be of soft or hard glass.

Specification Series (SP) lanpA tri-phosphor lamp that provides good colorrendering without the sacrifice in light outputnormally associated with Deluxe colors. CRI ranges70-73. Available inWarm (SP30), Moderate (SP35),

and Cool (SP41) tones.

Specification Series Deluxe (SPX) lanpA very good color rendering tri-phosphor lamp (evenbetter than a Specification Series lamp) without thesacrifice in light output normally associated with aDeluxe lamp. CRI is approximately 82. Available inWarm (SPX30), Moderate (SPX35), and Cool(SPX41) tones.

StayBrigh[M lanpGE trademark for an F40 fluorescent lamp offeringhigher light output, longer life, and excellent color

Suruivorrv lamp

GE trademark for a long-life incandescent lamp.

Voltage (V or E)

A measurement of electromotive force or the pressureof electricity. This is analogous to the pressure in awaterline; i.e., pounds per square inch. The voltage ofa circuit is the electrical pressure it gives. In anincandescent lamp, "voltage" designates the supplyvoltage to which the lamp should be connected. Inother lamp types, it may refer to "operating voltage" ofa lighted arc discharge lamp.

Watt (w)

Unit used to measure power consumption

Watt-Miser@ (WM)lanp

GE trademark for a direct replacement energy-savinglamp. Available in a wide range of incandescent,fluorescent, and HID lamps.

Lumens, Candlepowen and Footcandles

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Accuracy:

Availability:

GE Pocket Light Meters are delivered complete withcarrying case, lOX multiplier and detailed instructionsfor use. Information on price and delivery is availablethrough any GE Lamp Distributor or by contacting GELighting - Nela Park - Componenr #4162 - EastCleveland, Oþlio 44112

Product 0rdering Codes:

Type 216 (lux) - 22271Type 21 7 (footcandles) - 21475

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xl5%r10%

rt5%t t0%

+t5%

100- 500 lax 100- 200

20t - 500

500- 1.000

t,000 2,500

AU

500' 2.500 lux

2.000 -

100.000 lux

l0- 50 h

50 - 250 Íc

2t0- 10,000 fc

t0- 20

20-50

50,ttq100.250

ALL

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(lux)Pa¡t oÍ Scale

Type 217Scale

(Footcamlles)

Part of Scale

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t.4B2.034/S8S,P

t.30356/5

1.30356/50t

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1.484A/t8/87

1.484ATBSCP

4t7 t0/2 1.1 t

t.1 I4C//RT CD/2

4C//PK t0/2 1.1 I

1.1 I4CAS n/4

1.1 I4C//W C0/2

1.114C7/WS CI]/4

1.495AI8SC

t.4t5A/T8STP

5St U94SC

5St4

656 130

656 C0/2 t.3t

656 TßAY 1.30

656/3 t.30

656/7 rfrAr t.30

t.3t858/8

1.30656/88

658/n tflAv 1.30

656/W tt/2 1.30

656/W rfrAY 1.30

6560t 1.30

656I]T TßAY t.30

6t4 U2 fi t.33

6r4/3

6.64/PAß56 t.4t

1.436.64/PAß56/5

1.436.64/Tt0/tP

1.436.64/110P

1.436.6AIr4/2P

t.436.6AIt4/3P

6.64/Tt4P 1.43

lil rBAr 1.1 I

tc7/0 tfrAr t.n

/c//n tfrAY Ltl

/c//w tfrAr Ln

t.4n u2 qc/F t.33

/ u2 s rnAr 1.31

7 U2S/C8 nAy t.3t

/ u2s/cG tnAy t.31

7 U2 S/C0 rßAY 1.31

/ 1/25/Cn Unq 1.3t

/ l/2 s/cn tnAY 1.31

/ 1/2 S/M CAnt l.3t

/ 1/2 S/CW rfrAY 1.3t

7.54/T8/q2SC 1.49

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t]t/ tßAv Ltl

1..?2Itsl4/Ce

Ltlnta50c

l0c/0c fßAr t.1t

t0s1 uSst t.32

10st 1//9 1.31

l0snc/tw 1.3t

10st lrl 1.3t

t0Sl 1l,t/tß t.3t

10silil/tw t.3t

t1st ilt/f t.3t

t.31tqst ilvqn

10s14 t.32

t.32Itsl4/îB

10s14/m

10s14/Cn

112t0st4/cw

l7tt0st4/tr

l0st4lF

1.30t0s6/t0

t.3010s6/100c

t0s6/t3 1.30

tH/r4c 1.48

llslltv t.3t

1 ISI ISC t2t

I 1514

t.32t ts14/B

t tsl4lF 1.32

I lst4/0 1.32

I tst4/ß

I tst4/r8

I 1514/rG 1.32

t.J211s14/T0

I ts14/'rß t.32

11514m t.32

11514/W t.32

t.32ilst4/r

t2s8/93r t0/2 t.30

l2s8/93r t0/2 t.47

t3/3 U2 St U95 1.32

t.9t5/l'qSECUBIY

l5A t.2

l5A/8 t.2

t.2154/Gß/CU8

1.2154/0

l'A/n t.2

I'A/W 24PK 1.2

t.2t'A/y

t5At5 1.2

l5Al5 24PK t.2

1.2l5At5/CU88

tnflî45î/fL t.25

t.25I5ßI4SC/SP

1551 U102 tßAY t.3t

15St U|3 t.3t

t5s1 u|4 1.3t

15St t/1ot 1.3t

tsst 1/8/ 1.31

1.32t5st4/F/8R

1.32t5st4/0ß/tL

t.32I5SI4/Gß/TUB

15514/0ß/lf

15nt 24PK Í.36

1.3315t6

t5T6C+0 tAfl] 1.33

l5tlc 1.34

t5.7tt t.34

l5r/0c tA80 1.34

1.3415t/0c/f

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l5r8t t.34

t /n20

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t8/3.54t5I 1.2

1B/3 U2 S1 tSC 1.32

t.218/3.5415/5

1.4!llBATIO/2P

1.218415/3

1.2tBAtS//

tSst 1/tsc t.32

t.43204/'t20/3

20ßl2st t.25

20s1 utsc

20t6 u2/f

2016 u2 qt/f

2U/q4q/FL 1.48

2158/t073 ut/2 1.4/

24nPfi 133 Ito

24nP/t t33 1.4/

254 t.3

254 24PK

25A/8 24PK 1.3

1.3254/CL

1.3254/CL

25A/Cr 24PK

254/CI/G 24PK 1..9

254/G 24PK

1.32'A/GB/CU8

254/0 t.3

1.3254/fr

25A/fl 24PK t.3

254/ß2

25A/ßS 24PK 1.3

25A/'t8 6PK 1.3

25ATG 6PK 1.3

25ATO 6PK 1.3

25A/rn 6PK

25W qPK 1.3

25A/W 24PK t.3

254/Y 24PK t.3

2541,/ßfL t.2

2sAtVnS 1.2

2541g/Gfr/CL 1.3

25419/0ß/tf 1.J

25419/0n/rn 1.3

25AlS/frV 1.3

25016 U2 SC Lt2

1. r525P4ffi6

1. t525PAfl36T15P

t. t525PAn36/vWfL

t.t525PAB3,/WFL

t.t925PAß46

25nÍ4N 1.25

25Ê141,t 12PK t.25

25ß145C 1.25

1.252,fr145C/SP

25St U4SC 1.32

25Sl 1/5t 1.31

2556 1.30

t.3t2551 1/2t

25rn 1.36

25n0 24PK

25t10 CAfl]

25n0/6 24PK

25t10/F 1.36

25n0/f 24PK 1.36

25il0/f cAß] 1.36

2516 t/2 1.33

2516 1/2 CAn] 133

2516 1/2 /F 1.33

2516 1/2 /f CAß0

2516 U2 DC

2516 U2 oq/f

1.3525IB/SCP

25r8C 1.34

2SrBIlC 1.34

25t80C CAnt 1.34

t.3425t8DC/f

25t8il 1.35

25r8il Uß0

2/ß204¡'ll 6PK 1.25

J0/100 t2PK 1.9

304t5 1.2

30A15/8 1.2

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40n0 24PK

1.3640ft0

40St ttl/UF 1.4/

40sl ilu/l/f t.3t

40snil/1 tAnt 1.47

40s11t!/t Hnq 1.3t

t.740A2UGßIY

1./4OA2UGNTß

1.740A2U0ßI0

40A2UGqI9 1.7

404t5/WCf Ct/2 t.2

40415/Cf Co/2 t.2

40415 C0/2 1.2

4OAI5 CAßO 1.2

404t5 1.2

4OAT 24PK L4

404/rt//u 24PK 1.4

404/W 48PK 1.4

l./404/fS

L44OA/S

4tA/0u 24PK t.4

4qA/CVG 24PK 1.4

404/CL 24PK 1.4

1.44OA/CT

1.4404ß4WûP/99

404/34WM 1.3

4OA 48PK IT

1.4404

t.t535P4ffi6/H/WqL30"

t.1535PAn16/H/VNSP5"

1.1535PAßJ6/HI\SP8"

1.333419/5/V

1.333A19/5

t.3130s1 ttt/ns

1.31SOSI IDC

1.2530ß20/6

30ß20 6PK 1.25

1.2530fr20

1.2304t'/Ct

lncandescent tu¡t¡ ti I

50PAfl2t/tß/H/NFL25" 1.t4

1.t15tfffi0

1.11508n30/PK

t./50A2UnV

50421 t.7

t.450419/ßS

t.450Ats/5

1.4504t9

5OA,ryS 24PK 1.4

504/VS 24PK 1.4

50A/ßS/C\/0 24PK t.4

nU/nS 24PK 1.4

1.4504/fr5

1.4504/fr

,OA/HAT 6PK 1.37

t.4504

50/50Tt2

t.1350/50P25/28

Í.1050/250t t2PK

1.t050fi85 t2PK

50/150SPK t2PK 1.9

50/150 twlil PK 1.9

50/150 12PK 1.9

45n204tûl 6PK 1.25

45ß/fUMl-1 6PK 1.28

45PAffiB/6.6 1.44

4,PAß/SP/HAI 6PK Lt6

45P4fr/H/SP1 f

4,P4fr/HItSPS" 1.16

1.1645PAßltItSPg"

Lt645PAn/H/F130"

4'PAß/FUHAL 6PK t.16

45/t4tft t2PK 1.9

1.3540tq/F

t-,1,40r8

4016 u2/2F t.33

4016 1/2 /2 CAßo t.33

40t6 u2 /2 1.33

1.444UttP

40t10/F cAnq I,Jb

40n0/f 24PK

t.Jb40n0/F

60A/t0 24PK 1.5

t.5604/0

6OA/CYG 24PK

6OA/TL 24PK

L4604/52M4P/SS

1,460A/52MI,t/tL

604/52WM 1.4

6OA 48PK 1.5

6tA

1.758A2 I

1.t855PAß/FT

1.48554/58

,'A/M|/U 48PK 1.5

524/tC 48PK t.4

50r8/H

1.2650ffi]/FI

t.1þ50n2q/sw

5Tß20/SPK 6PK

50fr20/PI 6PK t.25

50n20/PK 1.25

1.2550ß2t/8W

50n2t 6PK

5Un20 t.25

1. t55OPAB36WfU4

1. t5SOPAß36WFL

t. t550PAß36vwft

Lt5SOPARSqV\ISP

t.t5'tPAn36ilSP

50PAn36/H/Wfr30" l.l5

1. t550P4fl]6/H/1/il5P5"

50P4ffi6/HI\!5P8" 1.15

,qPAß1t/HtßItSPr r.14

50PAR30/HtßItfr25" 1.14

1.t45oPAfr30/Htn/f135"

1.t4nqPAfl3q/HItSPl t"

t.1450PAß3q/H/¡tFU5"

t.145OPAffiO/H/F135"

50PAq30/CB/H4VFL25" 1.14

,1PAß2q/SP/HAL 6PK 1.r4

t.t450PAß20/HI,ISPlo"

1.1450PAn2q/HlvFu5"

50PAß20/qUHAL 6PK t.14

1.5754/07WL4P/99

t.b/54/6IWM/CL

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754 48PK 1.5

1.5/54

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l./6SA2t/ß

l./69421/60M,4/TS

6/A21IS I./

6/A/tC 4BPK

65ß/SP/t¡Lt 6PK

65n/fuMl-1 6PK 1.26

60n0/f cAn] 1.36

6011t/f 24PK 1.36

60n0/64 24PK

1.3660110/2

60ft0 an]

60ß30/sP/wM

1.2Ê60ß30/fwM

Lt660PAn/HtB/VVFL55"

Lt660PAq/H|ß/SPl0"

60PAB/Htfr/f\30" t.t6

Lt960PAß/2/fr

1.1960PAn/t 12PK

1.196OPAR

I./80421//r

l./60421/ß2

1./6042Uß

t./6042U0

l./6tA2U0

t./6042t/R

60A21/54M4IS 1.7

t./60421

60415/Cf C0/2 1.2

t.5604/1 24PK

EOWIL 24PK t.5

60A/ù1/ 48PK 1.5

604/SPK 24PK 1.5

1.5604/Sfltf

6qt/s

604/Pr 6PK 1.5

604/G0 CAn0 Í.5

1.26/5ffi0/RW

/5n30/R 1.26

t.1b/5ffi0/A

t.1Ð/5ß25

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1.28/5ß/fL

t. t9/5PAn46

1.16/5PAß38/2FL

1.15/5PAfr36/ßS

Lt4/'PAffiO/H/NSP1 T

t.t4/5PAR1q/HIúqUî"

t.14/5PAfl3o/H/Fr35"

75PAfr30/tB/HltlfU5" 1.14

t. t6/'PAß/SP 6PK

t.t8/5PAn/HllFL25"

/5PAq/SP/65M| 6PK t.16

t.1675PAß/SP/65Mvt

/5PAß/qU65W¡4 6PK t.t6

75PAß/qU65WM

t.16/5PAß/qU65WM

I'PAB/FT 6PK

1.16/5PAß/fI

t.t8/5PANßSP/MIIIE

Lt875PAR/]SP/65M4

1.18/5PAÊ/3fU¡ilNE

1.18/5PAß/3FU65WM

/5PAß/It/lVSP8"

Lil/5tß30

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1.//5A21

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75A/W 48PK

/54/SPK 24PK 1.5

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1.575A/S

754/ßX

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/,A/BS/CVG 24PK 1./

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754/ß5 tzPK 1.7

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Index by Prod:uct ùescriptian 7'12

i,.,0 75ß3t/ft

l5ß30/fL-t 6PK 1.28

t.2E/5ffi1/fuqíWlrt

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75fr30/G 1.26

1.26/5ffiq/PK

t5n30/PL-t 6PK 1.26

75ffi0/ß

t.26/5ß30ßP

l5ffiq/sP-t 6PK t.26

t.26/5ß30/SP/6,WÁt

75ffi0/SPK 6PK 1.26

1.2675ffi]/SW

1.26/5n30/Y

/5n0/t

t.36/5t10/45

t.487/A/58

B0/2504/ßUSW 6PK 1.10

1.5080PAq/FU27

80PAß/qU8/2/ 1.50

1.5080PAq/FU0/27

1.50qqPAn/FUn/2/

80PAß/fUr/2/ t.50

t.5080P4fr/SP/2/

q'PAN/FUBG 6PK t.16

1.1588PAß36/fT

1.t/9OPAfr/HTISPB'

1.t790PAq/H/SPt0'

sqA/Et 4BPK 1.6

qOA/HAL 6PK t.37

t. t/90PAn/C8/H/fr30"

1.1790P4fl/t8/H/SPt0'

qOPAß/FUHAT 6PK Lt/

1.t/90PAn/H/fL30"

SOPAß/SP/HAT 6PK l.t/

90rB/H t.3/

1.4592423/49

954/Ml/U 48PK t.6

1.ß100/t00P25/29

100/300 6PK 1.21

t.211t0ß00/2

1tqA t. t0

t00A 1.6

t00A 48PK 1.6

t00A 60PK 1.8

t00A 60PK 1,8

1.51004/90Mt

l00A/9MM/CI

t00A/90witP/99 t.6

l00A/99 60PK t.8

Lt0I00A/8

t.t0t00A/R8

|tqA/tL 24PK

1qqA/tuns 1.8

t.BtqoA/tuÊs

1.101004/0

1.10t00A/G

t.6t00A/LHr

t.t0l00A/n

1.8n0A/ns

1004/ßs t2PK 1.8

tqqA/ns 60PK t.8

100A/ns 60PK t.B

l0qA/frs 60PK t.8

LBt1qA/fls/cvç

1.8IqtA/ßs/cvc

t10A/nt zPK 1.8

t.b1toA/s

1.101004/s9tf

1004/sPK 24PK t.b

100w 48PK 1.6

l1tA/yt/lr 24PK 1.6

t00A/r 24PK 1.6

100A21 1.8

t.8t00A2t/3

t.8100A2U4SP

10042U90Mtß t./

1.8l00A2Uq]Wvt/lS

t0042u99 60PK 1.8

ITOA2USB 6OPK t.8

100A2US8tf 6tPK t.8

100A2USP t.8

l00A2lIS 1.8

t.10t00423

Lt0100A23/20

100A23/VS 24PK t.t0

I00GI6 1/2 /290C Ll2

100Gt6 u2 /295C t. t2

toopAn/Aq¡w¡¡t 6pK t.t6

100PAq/B/85M4 ,PK l.16

t.50100PAq/FU2/

Lt6100PAß/fu85M4

l10PAn/FUBSWlvl 6PK Ll6

1.50tntPAflfug/27

1.50t1]PAn/fuG/27

1.50t00PAn/fuß/2/

1.50l00PAß/fLI/27

|00PAq/G/85WM 6PK 1.16

t.t/100P4ß/Hlß/f135"

t.17lqqPAq/Hln/sPl0"

l00PAn/Pt(/85W¡it 6PK 1.16

IOOPAN/fr/B,WM 6PK I.IE

1.50100PAn/sP/27

1.16t00PAn/sP/q'wM

|q1PAq/'P/B,WM qPK Lt6

100PAn/Y/85Wrl 6PK 1.16

t.17100P4ffi8/2ft

LttlnqPAffiaft

1.t9100PAfr46

1.26t00n/fL

100n/fl-t 6PK 1.26

100n/sP

100fr/sP-l 6PK 1.26

t00ffi0/tl 1.26

1t0ffi0/fL 6PK 1.26

100t8/tsc 1.35

103423 t.45

t.45105423/t2

I 10fr30/funs t.26

t.Bn6A21IS

1.ilt20tB40

l2OPAß 1.44

1.50I2OPAR/FU27

t.50t20PAn/sP/27

I2OPAß56MFL 1.20

unPAn5îyilsP 1.20

uOPANS6WfL t.20

120ß/FUMt.t 6PK 1.27

1.2/uon/sP/MH

t250t6 u2 0c t.t2

125n40 120

t.2/t25fl40/1

25n0P

1.50l50PAn/sP/2/

1.21150ß9

t.2t150/99/CL

1.21tsacr

t.2ttñt/cuns

1.21t,0/cut/s

1.2t150/0

150/f 1.2t

1.21150/ns

1.211ñÌ/ßS/CVG

1,q/Sgtf t.21

Iã0/VS 24PK t.21

t500ß9 1.24

1504 t.9

1504 24PK to

1504/135M1 t.8

1.8t50Al3'WM/CL

1.8t50A/135WMPß9

1.9t50A/135WMP/99tr

|ñOA/CL 12PK 1.9

1504/S t.9

l50A/s

t50w t2PK t.9

t50A2t/t3,WMIS t.9

1.9t50A2UnS

150A23 t. t0

1.10150423/99

1.13150P25/10

1.t3150P25/258

Lt3t50P25/BS8

l,qPAnßfut2îwM t.t8

t.t8l'oPAnßfuMtMt

lñqPAnßsP/t2qwM 1.18

1.181'qP4ßßSP/M|N[

t.tB15OPAfr/?'WFL

t.t8l50PAn/4

Ll/t50PAn/5

t.t/InOPAR/fL

ISOPAN/fL 6PK t.t7

1.1/t50PAB/fUt20WU

t,0PAß/fut20wtútPK Ltl

t50PAq/FU27 t.50

Ltlt,qPAn/fuA

Lt7t50PAn/fu8

t.t/150PAn/fU0

t.t7t51PAß/fufr

t.t/IsOPAß/fLT

Lt/t,qPAÊ/SP

ISOPAB/SP 6PK 1.17

Ltlt,qPAfl/SP/t20Mt

150PAß/SP420WM 6PK t.t/

t51PAn/sP/27 1.50

1.t/ISOPAß/VYN

Lt8l50PAß38

Ltlß0P4ffi8/2fr

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t.t lt50PAq38/2SP

1.t/150PAfl38/2WfL

1.t8t50P4fr38/ft

l50PAß46 1.19

Lt9150P4n46/1

150PAR46ßMn 1.19

t.2tt50Ps25/fl/e

1.21t50PS25/IF

l5tPS25//y t.2t

150P530 1.22

t.2/150fl/A

150n/8 1.2/

t.2/150fl/8w

150ß/FL 1.2/

l50n/f1.1 6PK 1.2/

1.28lStn/fu/20Mvl

150n/fut20wLt t.26

1.2/1,1fr/fuct/0

t.2715qfl/PK

t50n/n 1.27

1.2/150n/sP

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t.12!506i0

t.t225tG/SP

1.12250G/fL

LIO2ñOA/flUSW 6PK

1.20240PAn56/WfL

t.2t240PAß56/VIVSP

t.20240P4n56/MFL

1.45205P525/12

145202P525

200P$ans/uG 1.22

122200P530/ns

1.22200Pfiaa/G

200P530/24 1.22

2o0Ps30/23 24PK 1.22

1.22200P530/12

1202OOPAN56/MFL

1.t9200PAfr46/3t'tSP

t. t920oPAn46/3MfL

1.202OOPAß

2004/uv-t I2PK 10

200A/cI-1 1zPK l.s

1.t02004/cL

1102004/99u

1.1020oA/99

1.t02004 t2PK

2004 t.10

1.22200/s8tf

1.222001f

200/99tr 1.22

1.22200/s9/tF

t.22200/99

200 1.22

t.45189P525/64

1.1tI]OA/flUSW ,PK

t.2/150ß40/T R

150n40/PI-1 6PK 1.2/

l,oß/v 1.2/

1.2/150ß/sPl20wM

1.2/l50n/SP/l20WA'l

150ß/SP-t 6PK 1.27

lncandescent tr.u,tt I

300t20/utr

1.3/300t20/t

300n40/fr t.20

1.28300ß/sP

1.2/300q/fu1

3008/FL t.27

1.2/300ß/fr

t.28300flßFWS

300nßFL 1.28

1.51300PAn56lt/FL

300PAn56/ryYfl 1.20

1.203OOPAN56/WFL

t.51300PAn56/ltsP

STOPAß56/NSP 1.20

1.51300P4ß56/MFL

1.203OTPAB56/MfI

1.20300P4n56/2WfI

1.20300PAn56/2lttSP

300M/PS304f 1.22

l.2l300M/tf 12PK

t.2l3tqM/lF

300M/991F 1.22

t.22300M/99/f

300M/99 1.22

300M t.2l

1.233t0/sgtf

300/ßs 1.23

t.233tolf

3001f

300/99tf t.23

1.23300/99

300

295P535/58 1.45

1.28250n40/5

L2/250n4t/5

250n40/4 1.28

250n40/t0 6PK 1.2/

250n4t/10 12PK t.2/

1.2/250fr401/0/0

250n40/l 6PK L2/

250ß401 1.2/

t.t3250P25

1.24looo/99

t.3//50f24

/50fl52 t20

124/50/sRtF

1.24750/tF

/50ß9 1.24

1.24/50

1.44820P540P

t.37500t20/50

1.44500120/13

500ß52 1to

1.28500Ê40/5FI

l.2B500ß/3sP

1.28500n/3fL/Ms

1.28500ßßn

t.23500P540

1.5t500P4n64lrYFL

t.20500PAfl64/Wfr

500P4ß64ltSP 1.20

l.5l500PAfl64/Mn

1.20500P4ß64/MfL

1.20500PAq64/MFL

Lt2500030/1

1.t2500G/fL

500/sßE

t22500/ns

5001f

1.23500/991f

1.23500/9s

500

1.45a8PS40

t.45405P540/54

1.36400T12/2P

128400n4o/fL

t.t2400q/sP

1. I24000/FL

t.283/5n40/10

375n40/l 1.20

1.283/5n40

t.t2375030

35OPAß56/SP 1.20

t.45

25G25/'YY CPK 1.41

25G25/W ,PK L4t

1.4125G251-24

25025-24 t.4t

25025 tPK 1.41

25G25 6PK t.4t

25018 Uz/W tzPK t.41

25G18 U2/W 1.41

2ñfu/vv c0/2 6PK t.40

25fM/W l2PK 1.40

t.4025fM/I

2,FM/AU TD/2 6PK 1.40

25fll'l/Au 12PK 1.40

25FM/A/L 1.40

25fM/A Co/z ûPK 1.40

25FM/A I2PK 1.40

25fM to/2 qPK 1.40

25FM t2PK 1.40

25FC CD/2t20

25fC IZPK 1.39

25CnC C0/2 1.42

25CAM/L t.3B

1.3825tAM/f/L

1.3925CAC/L

25CAC/f/t 1.39

25tAî/f CPK 1.39

Z,CAC/F CIt/4 t.39

2,tAC/f CD/2 tQo

25t4t/F 12PK t.39

25tAC C0/4 1.39

25CAC Co/z

25CAC 25PK 1.39

25CAC I2PK 1.39

25BM Co/2 t.38

25811 l2PK 1.38

258t t2PK 1.38

25RC Co/z 1.30

258C 25PK 1.38

I,CC/WL 1.40

l,G[/W CD/2 1.40

|SGC/W 25PK t.40

IíGC/W 12PK t.4t) s

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t.401,GC/L

tsGC C0/2 1.40

150t 25PK I.4u

ISGC 12PK 1.40

t.391,Ft/L

|ñqC/AU Co/2 1.39

tSft/Ar| l2PK lao

15ft/A C0/2 1.J9

tSfc/A 12PK t70

15FC C0/2 1.39

ISqC lzPK 1.39

t.38lñÇAC/L

lscAt/F c02 1.38

ISCAC/f 12PK 1.38

1.38tscAt cD/2

ISCAC 12PK 1.30

158C t2PK l.3B

1.382BT/FT

L6O/W

tlE160

I4O/W 1.35

1.35140

T3O/W

130 t.35

t-qD6M/6t0

1.488tuî/66

4M/66n 1.46

1.464¡it/66G

2500/66ß t.46

1.462500/66G

t.24t500

1950UP25I5 t.t3

t.441200T20

t.3/tM/r24

t.441M/T2qRP

1.12m/040fL

1.12tM/G25/l

1.24t00t

1.24t000/s8tF

1.241000/tf

Decoral¡ve

t-

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25G25/W.24 1.41

t.4t25G25/Vt/l-24

25G40 t.42

25G40/W t.42

25GC I2PK t.40

25GC 25PK 1.40

250t co/2 1.40

1.4025Gtl

2'GC/'V|/ t2PK 1.40

25GC/W 25PK I,4I]

25Gt/W Ct/2 t.40

t.40250C/Vt//I

25stt to/2 t.42

2,Stt/F tD/2 1.42

408C l2PK 1.38

408C t0/2 6PK 1.38

408C t0/4 1.38

4t8C 25PK t.3B

408t4 t.38

4OBM 12PK t.3B

408M CD/z t.38

4OCAT I2PK t.39

4OCAC 25PK 1.39

40cAC to/2 6PK 1.39

40tAC C0/4

4OCAC/f I2PK 1.39

4tcAt/F cPK t.39

t.394qcAc/f co/2

t.394qtAt/F c0/4

4OCAC/F/T 1.39

1.3940tAtI

4OCAM I2PK 1.38

40tAÁ,t C0/2 1.38

40CA|L4 C0/4 t.38

4tcAt¡/f |ZPK 1.38

4OCAM/F CT/2 t.38

1.3840cAM/L

4OCC/M CI]/z 1.38

40tßc to/2 1.42

4OFM 12PK 1.40

40FM C0/2 6PK t.40

4qft¡/Au t2PK t.40

4qflrl/Au tD/2 6PK 1.40

1.4040flvl/L

4ofM/vy t2PK 1.40

1.404qFlltl/vlt C0/2 6PK

40025 fiPK 1.41

40G25 tPK t.4t

t.4t40G2524

40G25/AU 6PK t.4t

t.4t40025/1.24

1.4140c2'/SPK

40025/Vt/ 6PK 1.41

40025/W CPK 1.41

t.4t40025,4/Y-24

t.4t40G25/Wr-24

40G40 1.42

4tG4tl 1.42

1.4240G4U/W

40040/'!V 6PK 1.42

4OGC I2PK 1.40

400t 25PK t.40

4OGC CI]/z t.40

t.4t41Êtl

4OGC/W 12PK 1.40

40tt/w 25PK 1.40

400C,/ttV C0/2 1.40

1.40400c/wl

6ORC I2PK 1.38

608C CD/2 t.38

60Rt4 C0/2 t.38

6OCAî I2PK t.39

6OCAT 25PK 1.39

60cAC C0/4 1.39

60cAc co/2 6PK 170

6OCAC/f I2PK 1.39

60tAC/f îo/2 t.39

60cAC/f t0/4 1.39

80cAC/L 1.39

60cAM CII/2 1.38

60tAM C0/4 1.38

6OCAM I2PK 1.38

60cAM/f t0/2 138

1.3860CAlvl/L

60Ê25 6PK t.4t

60G2524 t.4l

60025/Ù4/ 6PK t.4l

t.4t60G25/ryy24

60030/w 1.41

60030/,yy 6PK 1.41

60040 t.42

60t40 6PK t.42

8OG4O CPK 142

60G41,/yy t.42

60ç40/ttv 6PK t.42

60040/w cPK 1.42

1.4260e4q/wt

800t c0/2 1.40

600t/w c0/2 1.40

/5040/yy 6PK t.42

t00G40 1.42

100040 6PK t.42

IOOG4O CPK t.42

t.42t00G40/w

100040//l/ 6PK 1.42

It0Ê40//rv cPK 1.42

1.42100ç40/wl

1.42150t40/1/y

20Mß16/0/l l"IL 2.5

2t¡4n16/0/25"I1 2.5

2oA4ß I 6/0/35" //tL 2.5

35PAß36/HT'ISPB"

35PAn36/Hl/il'P5" 2.8

2.835PAn36/H/WfI30"

35Mnl6/0/20" /',lL

35Mnt6/0/40"/rL 2.5

35A'tß16/0/8"I1 2.5

4,PAß/qUHAL 6PK 2.8

2.845PAn/H/f130"

2.845PAR/H/NSP9"

4'PAfl/H/SPI1" 2.t

4'PAß/SP/HAT 6PK 2.8

,OA/HAL 6PK 2.t3

50Mn16/9/60"/fL 2.5

50Å,lBl6/410"/rL 2.5

'E50Mnt6/0/20'/tr

50Mß18/0/40'/tL 2.5

50PAn20/t8/H/ilf125" 2.7

ãOPAN2O/FUHAT 6PK 2./

50PAn2tlt/ilf125" 2.7

2./50PAn2q/Ht'tsP10"

ñtPAn2n/SP/HAr 6PK 2./

50P4fr30/CB/H/ilF125" 2./

2./50P4fl30/H/f135"

50PAß3q/H/f135" 2.7

2.750P4ffi0/Hl'tfL25"

2.7aOPAfr1O/HTVSP| f

2.750P4ffiq/Htn/fß,"

50P4ffi0/Htn/ilFt25" 2./

5tPAn30/Hlß/llfl25" 2./

2./,nPAR3q/HtBltSPr

2.850P4ffi6/HIVSPB"

2.850PAß36/H/t/il5P5"

2.850PAß36/Hfii/fL30"

2.1.?50tB/H

2.86qPAß/Htß/f130"

2.880PAn/Htn/f130"

60PAn/Hln/sPl0" 2.8

2.860PAn/HtÊ/ytFL55"

65lilnl6/0/12"Ir 2.5

2.565Mnr6/0/20"/il

65Mß16/A40"/rL 2.5

2.8/5PAn/H/ilr125"

2.8/5PAß/H/|VSPq"

/5PAfl3t/C8/H/tVfr25" 2./

2.7/5P4ffi0/H/f135"

2.//5PAB30/H/ilf125"

l5P4fr1q/H/ilSPl f 2./

qTA/HAL 6PK 2.13

2.89tPAß/C8/H/fr30'

2.8SOPAfr/CB/H/SPIO'

2.8gqPAß/cg/H/9P10"

9OPAN/qUHAL qPK 2.8

2.89qPAß/H/f130'

9OPAfl/H/IISP8" 2.8

't: :: l. I

2.890PAn/H/t¡5P8"

2.8qqPAq/H/SPt0"

9OPAfr/SP/HAL qPK 2.8

2./390tg/H

2.8l00PAß/Hln/f135"

1qqP4fr/Htn/sPtt" 2.8

FAM6020tvtßl6fUCG/C0 2.4

fAM6AtMnt6ilSP/t0/t0 2.4

fAtvt6050lilßl8fL/t0/C0 2.4

FAA|6050Mß16\VSP/C0/C0 2.4

2.1 105t]/cL

2.t406.64/PAn56/2

2.t406.64/PAß56/3

2.î4t6.6A/PAfl56/4

06.64/PAß64/2P 6PK 2.14

06.64/PAq64/3P 2.14

2.1506.6412t/2/ttL

2.1506.64/t2Íz/Ct

06.6A/'ß/2tL 2.15

2.1506.64/T3/tL

2.1506.6AI4/5C|

2.r506.64/'t4/0qn

2.t1010t3/tL

010t3/cuc0 'PK

2.t0

2.14020A/P4fl56/t/C

2.14a0A/PAß56/2

2.1402qA/PAfr56/3

2.140204/PAn56/C

020Mn1uNFL30" tqPK 2.2

q2qMnil/¡tsPtq" tqPK 2.2

u0t4ß1usP15'tqPK 2.2

a0Mß16/C/t0/f140'loPK 2.4

020Mß16/c/tç/t'tsP15" tqPK 2.4

020Mnt6/c/r140" t1PK 2.3

02utßt6/c4vsP15"t1PK 2.3

uütn16/c/,t/ilsPr 10PK 2.3

a0un16/F140" t1PK 2.6

u0Mflt6/ilsPt5" I1PK 2.6

020Mn16/1/NSPr tqPK 2.6

2.tI020ß/cr

020ß/tutt íPK 2.11

u'Mntuilft10" tqPK 2.2

zl5 htdsx by Praduct tìescripÉiast

,0z5MN6/C/t0/f140" 10PK 2.4

2.1 1075u

2.1 1050t4/u/c0 ,PK

2.t I050t4/cL

050Mnt6/vt/f155" lqPK 2.6

û50Mßt6/ilSPI5" 10PK 2.6

050Mnt6/ilf130" lqPK 2.6

050Mß16/Nfr25" ttPK 2.6

050Mß16/F140'10PK 2.6

050Mnl6/fulfilLlqPK 2.6

050Mnt6/t/vvfl55" 10PK 2.3

050Mß16/CI,ISP|5" t0PK 2.3

050M?16/CI\FL30"loPK 2.3

050Mß18/t/t'tfL25"toPK 2.3

050Mnt6/c/F140" 10Pt( 2.3

050lvtß18/C/CG/WfI55" l]PK 2.4

050Mn16/C/C0,44f140' lqPK 2.4

050Mnt6/t/t0ltsPt5" t1PK 2.4

050Mnt6/c/t9/ilf130" lqPK 2.4

050Mßt6/c/cGI,tfL25" t]PK 2.4

050Mnt6ltPZ) 10P 1.b

2.t5045r4/CUotß

2. l5045r4/CL

2.10045t2 U2 /tr

042Mfrt6/VMPg" tqPK 2.8

042Mn16/NFr25" IqPK 2.6

042Mfr16/C/Vt'tSP9"tqPK 2.3

042Mß16/CItFr25"10PK 2.3

2.1 I035T4/CL

035Mfl16/5P20" lqPK 2.6

ß5Mnt6ItSPt2" t]PK 2.6

035Mfrt6/Ft40" lqPK 2.8

035Mq16/C/5P20" tqPK 2.3

035Mß16/C/¡VSP12"tqPK 2.3

035Mfr16/C/f140" 10PK 2.3

ß5Íilnt6/c/c0/sP20" 10PK 2.4

035Mn16/t/tGltsPt2" tqPK 2.4

035Mß|6/C/CG/F140" 10PK 2.4

035MfltUSP20" lqPK 2.2

035Mn11/il5P8" tqPK 2.2

2.12a50tu0c(tss)

2.12USOCUOC

2.13435T4/3

4252/CUHIß 2.10

2.150200t4/cl

2.t0û200ß/cL

2.t00200t3

2.130150r4/cl

2.100150t3/cut0 5PK

2.80l5qPAß/9Plt"

2.80t50PAfr/F120"

2.120150Mt([il1)

2.1201500c(ilF)

0t50cuMc/t0 ,PK 2.t2

0t50cuMc/2v([su 2.12

2.120tñqtwt(ilG)

2.120150cu0t/2v([sP)

0l5ttuntlftc)

2.t50t00t4/cL

2.1 I0t00T4/u

0100t3/cuto 5PK 2.10

2.10û100ß/u

2.t50t00n/6cl

2.1201q0tút/2ylfrf)

2.120100MC

2.1201000c/2t4Erq)

2.t20t000c

0100tuMc/c0 5PK 2.12

qltqcuM'/2vl|Sil) 2.12

2.120100twt

2.t20100tu0c/2t4ßn)

2.t20t00cu0c

2. t10lír4/cutt 'PK

2.1 I075t4/CL

0/5Mnt6/tvsPt5" tqPK 2.6

075Mnt6/NFL25" t0PK 2.6

0/5Mnl6/fr40" lqPK 2.6

0/5Mn16/C/itSP15"10PK 2.3

0/5Mß16/C/NL25"lqPK 2.3

û75Mnt6/t/f140" 10PK 2.3

075Mß16/C/C0I\SP15" 10PK 2.4

075vn16/t/t0/ilf125" 10PK 2.4

2.t30tt00r6/cL(ow

2.t00t000t3/tl

2.1.?0t000t20tP

to0t000ß60f1

2.901t00PAn64wFL

2.90tt00PAß64ilsP

0t000PAq64MfI

2.10090013/cuHlß

2.t505t0r8/tcr

0500t3/cuc0 lfcu íPK 2.10

2.100500ß/cu6

2.100500r3/tL(Ftu

2.100500ß/tuovE

2.t00500ß(fc4

2.100500t3

2.90500PAn56WfI

0500P4ß56il'P 2.9

20u500PAn56Mn

2.1205000c

2.120500cutt

2.tt0425ß/tL

û4mr4/c4fHn) 2.1.?

2.120400Átc

2.t20400cuMt

2. t00350ß/cuqtß

2.1003'?ß/cuqlß

2.13t300t4/tl(fqP)

0300T3/cucolEHM) 'PK

2.10

2.t00300ß/t4[HA|)

2.100300ßltHZ)

0300/225t2/tu[t5P( 2.10

0250ß/cucut0 ,PK 2.10

2.t0a50ß/tL

2.802,qPAq/SPr0"

2.80250PAn/Fr20"

2.12as0MClEStur)

2.t2A50lL4C

2. I2aS0tqtTR)

02500c 2.12

a50cwc/c0 ,PK 2.12

2.12u2S1CUlvlC(EHt)

A50CU|L4C 2.t2

Hfl40/50tx4M6 'PK

3.1/

3.24HAL32/230

3.8HAL32/230

3.24HAr32/120

HA132/r20

3.16tsil000/'8/HB/G38

J.1bcst1000/s8/G38

2.t60H5M/'tS/ttuqr

2.160H,M/ß/CL

2.160ffi800ß/v8

2.t60H3800t3

2.1t0H3650T3/5

2.160H2500ß/cL

2.160H2500ß//

1. tb0H2500t3

tH2M/'t3/CUHr/Un 2.16

2. t6qH2tvt/T1/CUHr

qH2M/ßfiCUHt4/R 2.16

2.160H2M/'t1/tCUHr

2.t60H1600ß/cL

2.160Ht600t3//

2.160Ht60013

2.160Ht200T3/tuHr

1. tb0H1200t3/cL

2.t6oHt000ß/cL

0H1000ß/2cuqr

2.160Ht00013

2.160H500n/cL

2.t60H500t3//

2. t80H500t3

2.160H3/5ß//

2.160H375ß

0H300t3

2.16O6M/ß/CUHT

2. t606000ß/cL

2.100t500ß/tu6

2.100t500T3/cL

2.t0015oot2 t/2 /tL

2.t00107012/tL

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3.21H58250

3.2t.H58160/M

3.19flßt000BStx36

J.1þfln10000x36/40

3.t8HfllOOODX36

3.18Hß1000ux34

3.18Hnt000A36

3.lBHn40M0x33

3.t9Hn400nsH3

Hfr400n0xfl33

3.19Hß400ß0x33

3.19un400n33

3.t8Hn400qxfi/8r

Hfl4000x33/40

3.18Hn4t00x33

3.18Hn400433

3.18Hn250W0X3/

Hß2500X3V40

3.18Hß2500X37

3.18Hn250A3/

3.lBHß| /5WOX39

3.19HßIl,flFI1S/M

3.19Hßl/5nfl39

3.t9Hnl 75n0XfL39

3.tBHnl/50X39 'PK

3. t8HBt 750X39

3.18Hß|75A39 'PK

3.18Hnt /5439

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3.19HßIOOßOXFT1q

3.19Hßt00PSP44/M.0

3.t9Hß1OOPSP44

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3.19HßIOOPFLq4

3.1/Hßt000x38/M[D

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Hn1000x3B 12PK 3.t/

3. t/HßIOOOX3q ,PK

Hßtt0A38/A23 'PK

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3.21HSq/50n/120

3.21HSR/50n240

HNOODXST 5PK 3.202

3.202Hn750X39

Ht250DX3/ 3.202

3.202Hr4000x33

Hn0000x36 3.202

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3.22ru50/90/2/

3.22Lll50/90/0/2/

LU50/e0/01/2/

LU50/901/2/

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3.22LU/0/90/2/

3.22LU/0/90/0/2/

IU70/50/0/t/2/

3.23LU/0/e0l/27

3.22LU70/90/r/2/

LU/0/90/nq2/ 12t

LU/0/0

LA/0/tx/0/M[0

ru/0/0X/A,l[0

LU/0/qx/nFl

3.5LUIO/SBY

3.23LU95/SP2B/27

TU95/SP2B/O/M[O 3.4

3.4LU95/5P28/Mtt

LU95/5P28/P012

LUlOO 3.2

3.22ratooloo/o/40

3.22LUl00/100/r/4ll

3.2\U100/0

¿.cLUl00/s9v

3.22LUt25/40

3.2IUl50/l0o

3.22LUl50/100/40

\U150/100/0

3.22LUl50/100/0/40

rul50/55

LUt50/55/40

lul50/55/0

ru150/55/DX

LUt50/55/ox/o

LUt50/55/SBy

lul50/0x/0ltf0

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LU2OO 22

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1U250/o

J.11ru250/0/40

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1U250/tX/40

1U250/0X/0

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tuz50/s/40

3.5LU2n,/SRY

ra250I/40

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1U400/0/40

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3.221u400/t/40

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(303) 752-6600(3O3) 752-6632

National Account CustomersMåss M€rchandissrs

Home Cêntsrs/Hardwars Brånchos

TÉ1. 1-800-544-4765 FAX 1 -800-544-4695TEL. 1-800-544-4740 FAX 1-800-544-4695

GE ANSWEF CENTERConsumor Products lnformat¡on . . 1-800-626-2000

{313} 280-4855{313} 280-4861

WORLDWIDE CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER4400CoxRoad.... .clen Allon, VA ........23OEO (8O4)

FRANCHISE EXPORTERS .,, .

INTERNATIONAL CUSIOMERS

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932-6472932-6682426-8272

653-2100553-2120

292-7220292-7210

MASTER DISTRIBUTION CENTERSATLANTA . . . . .1700 W€stgars Parkwôy, Artanta, cA 30336CH|CAGO . . . . . . . . 7770 West 71sr Strsst, Br¡dgsv¡sw, tL 60455DALLAS . . . . . . . . . 2080 McDaniel, P.O. Box 1 15035, Carrollron, TX 7501 1-5036HAGERSTOWN. . . .Menin Road. Rout6 6, 8ox 2554, Hagsrstown. MO 21740KANSAS CITY . . . .535 Easl 14rh Avê.. Norrh Kansas Ciry, MO 641 16ONTARIO .. . . . . . .7O1 Mslsga Plôce, Onrario, CA 9'1761

RAVENNA . . . . . . . 1 50 Loom¡s Parkway, Ravsnns, OH 442ô6SEATTLE . . . . . . . . 549 Sourh Dåwson Srreet, Box 3877, Soattto, WA 98124

FOF INIERNATIONAL GE I.AMP SALES LOCAÎIONS, CONTACT;INTERNATIONAL MARKETING DEPARTMENT, NELA PARK -

CLEVELAND, OHIO 441 12

PHONE {O10-1-216) 2ô6-6889, FAX 2ô6-2371, TELEX 980390

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(215) 458-6169(215) 458-6162

il412]. 221-63201412l- 221-2111{5O3) 526-7150

(801) 942-7656(801) 942-7562

OEM AREA SATES OFFICESM|DWEST ....... 11950We6rLakePark Dr¡ve

Milwaukss, W!532242021 Spring Road, Sts. 650, Osk Brook, lL 60622

NORTH CÉNTRAL . . N€ls P8rk, Bldg. 3O7, Clevslsnd, OH 441'12 . . .

NORTHEAST . . . . .612 Whsglors Fsrm Road, M¡lford. CT 06460. .

SOUTHEAST . . . . . T00O Central Parkwây # 1 550. Artsnra, GA 30328WÉSTERN .......1816Et PssoLanB, Fultsrron, CA 92633 .....SOUTH CENTRAL . .2OS0 McDaniot, Carrottton, TX 75006 . . . . . . .

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l! add¡tion 1o the Sales Offices in the cities listed above,GE Lamp Sales Representativos ars resident in other cities.Consuh your lelsphone directory under GE L¡ghting.

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General 0ffices: llela Puk, Chveland, 1hio 44112Råv¡sod 4/93

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United Statßs Finland(Headquarters Location) 9_E

LighglgglGE LinirtirE Manttaalitie 7AIntem"ationäl Marketing Department SF41 530 VantaaNela Park-Noble Road FINIAND

AustraliaGE Lighting Australia2A Seville StreetVillawood, NSW 2163AUSTRALIA

FranceGE Lighting SARLZac De Paris Nord II44 Rue Des Chardonnerets8P6005495972 Roissy CharlesDe Gaulle CEDEXFRANCETel: (3er) 4&6&2490Fax: (3&1) 4&6&8474

GermanyGE Lighting GmbHOtto-Hahn-Strasse 21D-6308 ButzbachGERMANYTel: (49-60) 33 8980Fax: (49-60) 33 67678

GermanyJahn GmbHCarlZeissStrasse l5D4460 NordhornGERMANYTel: (49-É921) 17725Fax: (49-5921) 17733

Greece/CyprusNorthAfricaWestAfricaMiddle EastGETSCO INC.6, Rue du SimplonCH-1207 GeneraSWTZERTANDTel: (41-22) 7359260Fax: (41-22) 7865625

HungaryTungsram Company LimitedVaci ut 77H-1340 BudapestHUNGARYTel: (3el) 169 1800Fax: (361) 169 f779

IndiaI.G.E. (INDIA) Ltd.Nirmal, Nariman Point Bldg.r7ú Fl241 -242 Backbay ReclamationBombay 400 021INDIATel: (91-22) 202-3075Fax: (91-22) 202-7596

IrelandGE Lighting Limited280 Holly RoadWestem Industrial EstateNaas RoadDublin 12IREI.{NDTel: (353-1) 521000/621260Fax: (363-1) 604142

ItalyMaltâGE Lighting SpAVia Del Missaglia, ll3/ Al20142 MilanoITALYTel: (39-2) 822-5705Fax: (39-2) 893-00760

ItalySivi IlluminazioneVia Astichello No. 2P.O. Box No. 60420142 MilanoITALYTel: (39444) 59il00Fax: (39444) 597-858

JapaoGE LIGHTINGJAPAN LTD,Kowa 35 Building, Annex 3F1415, Akasaka l{homeMinato-Ku, Tokyo 107

JAPANTel: (8r-3) 55634533Fax: (81-3) 5563453r

I(oreaGETSCO, INC.lOth Floor, Press Center Bldg25, l-I(A Taepyung-Ro, Chun"g-KuCPO Box 871Seoul 100KOREA

SwedenGE Lighting ABBox 9042Ostmastargrand 4 - ArstaS12l 09JohanneshovStockholmSWEDENTel: (4e8) 602 01 00Fax: (4CB) 81 83 23

SwitzerlandGE Lighting AGManessestrasse 152Postfach 6008O27 ZurichSWITZERI-{NDTel: (41-l) 202 11 00Fax: (41-1) 202 11 36

TaiwanHong KongGETSCO. INC.- Taiwan Branch7th Floor, Formosa Plastics Building201, Tun-Hua North RoadTaipei, TaiwanREPUBLIC OF CHINATel: (88e2) 713-1065Fax: (88e2) 514992r

Cleveland, Ohio 44112u.s.A.Tel: (0rGr.216)266-2663Fax: (010-1-216) 26G2780

Tel:Fax:

(358)(358)

0€70-20990a70-2193 o

Tel:Fax:

(6r-2)(61-2)

725-6866728-7656

AutriaGE LightingAGHofherr-Schrantz-Gasse 4Postfach 17A-l2ll WienAUSTRIATel: (4&t)27772Fax: (43-l) 217724

BeþiurnGE Lighting SA-NVAv. Firmin Lecharlierlann 1431090 Bruxelles - BrusselBELGIUM

BrasilArgentinaUruguayParaguayBoliviaGeneral Electric do Brasil S.A.Rua Miguel Angelo,37Dept. dé Lampãdas Importadas20781 Rio de.f aneiro-RJBRAZILTel: (55-21) 20l80l2 Ext'471

(ó5-21) 261-1747Fax: (56-21\ 281-9547

CaribbeanCentralAmericaSurinamColombiaEcuadorGeneral Elect¡ic ComPanYLatin AmericaDevelopment DivisionI 75 Fountaint¡leau Blvd.,Suite l-AlMiami, Florida 33172u.s.A.Tel: (0f G1-305)Fax: (0fG1-305)

661-5174551-51 l6

ChileGeneral Electric deChile S,zACasilla 2103Av. Vicuna Mackenna 2385SantiagoCHILE

555-3031556-7929

DenmarkGE LightingA/SFabriksparken 42600 GlostrupDENMARKTel: (4543) 632800Fax: (4543) 632779

MexicoLamparas General Electric,S.A. De C.V.Poniente 150 No.973Col. Industrial Vallejo02300 Mexico D.F.MEXICOTel: (525) 36&9080Fax: (525) 368-2791

NorwayGE LightingASIndustriveien 24Postboks 104N-1481 HaganNORWAYTel: (47-2) 760480Fax: (41-2) 760220.

PhilippinesGuamPhilippine Electrical Mfg. Co.1873 P. Domingo StreetMakati, Metro ManilaP.O. Box 890MCCTHE PHILIPPINESTel: (63-2) 867-051Fax: (6&2) 81m152

TurkeyGENERAL ELECTRIK T.A.S.Ampul FabrikasiÐavutpasa Cad. No. 434020 Topkapi

Tel:Fax:

(82-2)(82-2)

7zt-865473&0244

427 70 93425 57 68420 30 06

Tel: (32-2)Fax: (32-Z)

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Tel: (90-l)Fax: (90-l)

IstanbulTURKEY

644"440067eo979

United KingdomGE Lighting LimitedMiles RoadMitchamSurrey CR4 3YX

UNITED KINGDOMTel: (4481) 640 122rFax: (448r) 685 9625

(European Headquarters )GE LightingShortlandsHammersmithLondon W6 8BXUNITED KINGDOM

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(4+81) 846 8727(4481) 846 8770

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PortugalGE LightingAv. Helen Keller, l9-A1400 LisboaPORTUGALTel: (351-l) 3631166Fax: (351-l) 3647083

SingaporeThaila¡d

(GE Thorn Headquarters)GE Thorn LampsLincoln RoadEnfìeldMiddlesex ENl lSBTel: (448r) 366 1166Fax: (4481) 364-5048

VenezuelaGE Illuminacion deVenezuela GEISA, S.A.Av, General MotorsZona Industrial SurAparødo 529Valencia 2003-AVENEZUEIj'Tel: (5841) 30.20.11Fax: (58-41) 33.19.97Tel: (65)

Fax: (65)

MalaysiaIndonesiaGETSCO, INC.150 Beach Road #2400Gateway WestSingapóre 0718SINGAPORE

299-8890292-7576

SnainGf LIGHTINGS.A.C/MuntanerNo. 479 2"-1a08021 BarcelonaSPAINTel: (34.93) 418 21 00Fax: (3+93) 417 2417

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