(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "General Electric Lighting"

Digitized by: 




intehnatiohac 



ASSOCIATION FOR 
PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY. 
INTERNATIONAL 



BUILDING 

TECHNOLOGY 

HERITAGE 

LIBRARY 

www.apti.org 



From the collection of: 



CCA 



CANADIAN CENTRE FOR 

ARCHITECTURE/ 

CENTRE CANADIEN DARCHITECTURE 

www.cca.qc.ca 



^::^ii-,::ui>f0m''-<f:-}:^f^r^^^^^^ 




>.: .rr;^. . .,;^ ;. .' ''/ / '. > ■;,':i4:« !* 



/ 
















;^^^^fe^^J^^ 









*^.- -fj'.'. 



.'.--'r. .-,^•t'^'"■VV.•^'^'''■ 



■ »* t # • / f . 



.cm-: 



':iU'V y^ 






Xih;^. >. 






. y :r «■-'/. ' 



,/••;•.<.»" •;/;'' ' ■. ■'^. ^V- •^J//.;/v^^^:■?;;.^^^iv^^'■A;l' v-^ -^ 



..r. H. . ^'*v V .- 






r<'/j . J*.,'.*"! * *.j ^ ^1 '.'T.-f w .'ii*'. 










Digitized by: 




INTERNATIONAL 



ASSOCIATION FOR 
PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY, 
INTERNATIONAL 



BUILDING 
TECHNOLOGY 
HERITAGE 
LIBRARY 

www.apti.org 



From the collection of: 



CCA 



CANADIAN CENTRE FOR 

ARCHITECTURE / 

CENTRE CANADIEN D'ARCHITECTURE 

www.cca.qc.ca 



GENERAL 




ELECTRIC 





f> 



or 



COMMERCIAL 



INDUSTRIAL 



AND 



FLOODLIGHTING REQUIREMENTS 



CATALOGUE 

491 



CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY 

LIMITED 



HEAD OFFICE — TORONTO 



Copyright— 1949 
Conadian General Electric Company Linnited 



CONTENTS 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

General 

Room Index . 

Levels of Illumination 
Utilization F'actors . . 



2 
3 

7 
12 



COMMERCIAL FLUORESCENT LUMINAIRES 

( K ritrai Electric Luminaires 22 

Curtis Luminaires ^^ 

Dawn Luminaires 68 

Tluorostrip*' and Show Case Fixtures 74 



^n 



GERMrCIDAl FIXTURES 



INDUSTRIAL FLUORESCENT LUMINAIRES 

General Electric Luminaires 

Vapourproof Luminaire 

F'ixture Suspensions 



WHEELER INCANDESCENT INDUSTRIAL FIXTURES 
HOLOPHANE REFLECTORS 



CURTIS INCANDESCENT LIGHTING EQUIPMENT 



• ■ • • • 



INCANDESCENT FIXTURES AND GLASSWARE 

General L^lectric "Conuiiodore*' 

'"Superlux" and Flush Boxes 

Glassware, Hangers, Exit Lights 

Ceiling Fixture, Louver Light, Pit Light. 

Porcelain Fixtures 

Equipment for R-40 and PAR-38 Lamps. 

Lumiline Brackets. . 

Stage Lighting Equipment 



• • • • 



ORNAMENTAL FIXTURES AND DESK LAMPS 

Dazor ''Floating" Lamps 

Desk and Study Lamps 

Kondu Brackets and Lanterns. . 



76 

78 

88 
89 

90 

no 

130 



152 
154 
156 
161 
162 
163 
166 
167 



168 

171 
172 



Church Lanterns 1 74 



NEON LAMPS, GUARDS, FITTINGS, ETC. 

Neon and Argon Glow Lamps 

Lamp Guards 

Portable Reelites 

P^ixture Parts, Connectors and Lamp Changers. . . 



178 
180 
183 
184 



Thompson Hangers 186 

FLOODLIGHTING 1^0 

FLUORESCENT AND MERCURY LAMP BALLASTS 218 



INDEX 



Alphabetical ... 223 

Numerical 226 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC 
SALES OFFICES AND WAREHOUSES 



Sydney, N.S 

Halifax, N.S 

Saint John, X.B. 

Quebec, Que 130 rue St. Dominique 

294a Racine Street 



.512 George Street 

. . .129 HoIHs Street 

101 Germain Street 



Chicoutimi, Que.. . 
Trois Rivieres, Que. 
Sherbrooke, Que. . . 
Montreal, Que. 
Ottawa, Ont 



.... 2369 rue Royale 

. .33 Belviderc Street 

1000 Beaver Hall Hill 

132 Albert Street 



Toronto, Ont 212 King Street West 

Hamilton, Ont 100 James Street South 

St. Catharines, Ont 14 Queen Street 

London, Ont 174 King Street 

Windsor, Ont. . 390 Chatham Street West 

Noranda, Que Post Office Building 

New Liskeard, Ont Whitewood Avenue 

Sudbury, Ont 164 Elm Street East 

Timmlns, Ont 44 Third Avenue 

Fort William, Ont 202 Kresge Block 

Winnipeg, Man 265 Notre Dame Avenue, W. 

Brandon, Man 26 Clement Block 

Regina, Sask. . . 1850 Cornwall Street 

Saskatoon, Sask. . 401-2nd Avenue North 

Lethbridge, Alta 312-9th Street South 

Edmonton, Alta 10147-104th Street 

Calgary, Alta 502-1 1th Avenue West 

Trail, B.C. . 815 Victoria Street 

Kelowna, B.C — 1487 Pcndozi Street 

Vancouver, B.C 1095 West Pender Street 

Victoria, B.C 711 Broughton Street 



HEAD OFFICE 




TORONTO, ONT. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



1 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



In compiling this publication, Canadian General Electric Company Limited 
has endeavoured to make it a complete and up-to-date reference book of standard 
lighting equipment, illustrating and describing material for which there is a 
constant demand. Special catalogues, bulletins and prices covering material not 
fully described nor shown in this book will be furnished on request. 

PRICES 

The prices shown in this book agree with the latest correct list prices at 
time of issue, but are approximate only. They are not offered as a quotation, and 
are subject to change without notice. 

ORDERtNG 

Always specify catalogue number and give a description of the equipment 
required. Address the Canadian General Electric office nearest you. Orders 
should be kept separate from all other correspondence to assure prompt attention 

to both. 

SHIPMENTS 

Routing or shipping instructions should be specified on each order. If 
specific instructions are not given we shall use our best judgment in selecting 
the route, but we accept no responsibility for extra cartage or handling expense 
at destination. 

We do not hold ourselves responsible for an>- loss, damage or pilferage 
sustained in transit, and claims of such character should be promptly entered 
by the purchaser against transportation companies. 

RETURNING GOODS 

Goods must not be returned for credit or exchange without first consulting 
us for shipping instructions. 

LISTING 

Dimensions are given for reference only, and before such figures are used 
in plans, specifications or constructions, samjiles of the material should be ob- 
tained, and figures confirmed by correspondence. Canadian General Electric 
Company Limited reserves the right to change dimensions and specifications of 
material listed in thi^ book without notice. 

Packed shipping weights are given throughout this book. These are average 
weights only and may vary slightly. Consequently, we do not guarantee absolute 
accuracy but offer them as close approximations. 

All equipment listed in this book is approved by Canadian Standards 
Association. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

ROOM INDEX (CONT) 



CEILING HEIGHT— FEET 



For Semi-tndirect and 9 and 

Indirect LighfiriQ 9 '/l 



TO to 
11 '/i 



12 to 
13 'A 



14 to 
16'/i 



17 to 
20 



21 to 
24 



25 to 
30 



3! to 
36 



37 to 
50 



MOUNTING HEIGHT ABOVE FLOOR— FEET 



For Direct end Semi- '• 7 ond 
Direct Lighting 7 Yj 



8 and 



Vi 



9 and 
9l/i 



10 to 
11 '/i 



12 to 
13 '/a 



14 to 
16'/j 




Room 


Room 
























Width 


Length 










ROOM INDEX 












tF.etJ 


(Feet) 
























30-42 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


F 


H 


I 


I 


J 






42-60 


B 


C 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I 


J 


J 


36 


60-90 


A 


C 


C 


C 


E 


E 


F 


H 


H 


J 


J 


(34-39) 


90-140 


A 


B 


C 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I 


J 




140-200 


A 


B 


C 


c 


D E 


F 


F 


G 


H 


I 




200-up 


A 


B 


C 


c 


D i E 


F 


F 


G 


H 


I 




42-60 


A 


B 


C 


c 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I 


I 


J 


42 


60-90 


A 


B 


B 


c 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I 


J 


(40-45) 


90-140 


A 


B 


B 


c 


D 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


J 




140-200 


A 


A 


B 


c 


D 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I 




200-up 


A 


A 


B 


c 


D 


D 


E 


F 


F 


G 


I 




42-60 


A 


A 


B 


c 


D 


£ 


F 


G 


H 


I 


J 


50 


60-90 


A 


A 


B 


c 


C 


D 


F 


F 


G 


H 


J 


(46-55) 


90-140 


A 


A 


A 


c 


c 


D 


E 


F 


F 


G 


I 




140-200 


A 


A 


A 


c 


C D 


E 


E 


F 


G 


I 




200-up 


A 


A 


A 


c 


C 


D 


E 


E 


F 


G 


H 




60-90 


A 


A 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


H 


I 


60 


90-140 


A 


A 


A 


B 


C 


C 


D 


£ 


F 


G 


H 


(56-67) 


140-200 


A 


A 


A 


B 


C 


C 


D 


E 


E 


F 


H 




200-up 


A 


A 


A 


B 


C C 


D 


E 


E 


F 


H 



Room Indi-x is the classification of a room acconl- 
in^ to its proportions; large and small rooms of the 
samr proportion have the same Index. Hence, for 



large rooms of dimensions greater than those 
shown, divide each dimension by the same number 
and use the Index determined for the smaller room. 



Area 

in Square Feet 

per 40-waff 

4500 K 
White Lamp 



5 

7 
8 



S 

10 
12 
U 



16 
IS 
20 
22 



24 
26 

28 

3a 



35 
40 
45 
50 
€0 



COMPUTED ILLUMINATION VALUES FOR FLUORESCENT LAMPS 

Footcandles in Service* Based on 70% Maintenance Factor 



.20 



S9 
49 
42 
37 



33 
29 
25 
2] 



18 
16 
15 
13 



12 
11 
10 
10 



8 

7 
7 
6 
5 



.22 



65 
54 
46 
41 



36 
32 

27 
23 



20 
18 
16 

IS 



13 
12 
12 
11 



7 
6 

5 



.25 



.27 



.30 



74 
61 
53 
46 



79 
66 

57 
50 



41 
37 
31 
26 



44 
40 
33 
28 



49 

44 
37 
32 



23 
20 
18 

17 



15 
14 
13 
12 



25 
22 
20 
18 

17 
15 
14 
13 



28 
25 
22 
20 



18 
17 
16 
15 



10 
9 
8 

7 

6 



11 

10 

9 



13 

n 

10 
9 

7 



UTIUZATION FACTOR 



.33 



54 
48 
40 
35 



30 
27 
24 

22 



20 
19 
17 
16 



14 
12 
11 
10 



•Figures are based on 40 watt 60 cvrlr 4.V}n<*K white lamps rated 
at 2100 lunv ,.^,^^, by 

J'W- i-or * . , . ..,..- by Oftl 



.35 



.38 



.40 



,45 



.50 



.55 



,60 



57 
52 
43 
37 



62 
56 
47 
40 



65 
59 
49 
42 



32 
29 
26 

23 



35 
31 
28 
25 



21 
20 
18 
17 



23 
21 
20 
19 



25 
23 
21 
20 



28 
25 
24 
22 



31 
28 
26 

24 



34 
31 
29 

27 



37 
34 
32 
29 



15 
13 
11 
10 
9 



16 
14 
12 
11 
9 



17 
15 
13 
12 
10 



19 
17 
15 

13 
U 



21 
18 
16 
15 

12 



23 
20 
18 
16 
13 



25 
22 
20 
18 
IS 



.65 



40 
37 
34 
32 



27 
24 
21 
19 
16 



.70 



88 


97 


103 


111 


118 


132 


147 


162 


177 


191 


206 


74 


81 


86 


93 


98 


no 


123 


135 


147 


159 


172 


63 


69 


74 


80 


84 


95 


105 


116 


126 


137 


147 


55 


61 


65 


70 


74 


83 


92 


101 


no 


120 


129 



74 


82 


90 


98 


106 


114 


66 


74 


81 


88 


96 


103 


55 


61 


67 


74 


80 


86 


47 


S3 


58 


63 


68 


74 



37 


41 


46 


51 


55 


60 


64 


33 


37 


41 


43 


49 


53 


57 


29 


33 


37 


40 


44 


48 


52 


27 


30 


33 


37 


40 


43 


47 



43 

40 

37 

J4 

29 
26 
23 
21 

17 



For 85 watt lamps 
white lamp?:; by 2.0 for 
Daylit' • 

^ lamps multiply 60 cycle footcandle values by 0.95. 



multiply foot -candle values by 1.90 for i600°K 
3500**^ white lamps; and by 1.86 for 6500*K 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

COMPUTED ILLUMINATION VALUES FOR FILAMENT LAMPS* 

(Calculated for 120-volt Lamps) 



Area 


Worn 
















UmiZATION 


FACTOR 


















per 

Lomp 


Dcr - 






































Lon^p 


,14 


.15 


.17 


.19 


.21 


.23 


.25 


.27 


.30 


.33 


,36 


.40 


.44 


.48 


.53 


.58 


.64 


.70 




100 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


9 


10 


u 


12 


1 3 


14 


16 


SO 


200 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


16 


17 


19 


21 


23 


25 


28 


30 


33 


36 




300 


11 


12 


14 


15 


17 


18 


20 


22 


24 


27 


29 


32 


35 


39 


43 


47 


52 


56 




500 


20 


21 


24 


27 


29 


32 


35 


38 


42 


46 


50 


56 


62 


67 


74 


81 


90 


98 




too 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


S 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12 


13 


60 


200 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


16 


17 


19 


21 


23 


25 


28 


30 




300 





10 


11 


13 


14 


15 


17 


18 


20 


22 


24 


27 


30 


32 


36 


39 


43 


47 




500 


16 


18 


20 


22 


25 


27 


29 


32 


35 


38 


42 


47 


51 


56 


62 


68 


75 


82 




100 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


U 


70 


200 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 




300 


e 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


16 


17 


19 


21 


23 


25 


28 


30 


33 


37 


40 




500 


14 


15 


17 


19 


21 


23 


25 


27 


30 


33 


36 


40 


44 


48 


53 


58 


64 


70 




100 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


S 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


9 


10 


M 


200 


4 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


16 


17 


19 


21 


23 




300 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


17 


18 


20 


22 


24 


27 


29 


32 


35 




500 


12 


13 


15 


17 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


29 


32 


35 


38 


42 


46 


51 


56 


6t 




100 


2 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


9 


90 


200 


4 


4 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


9 


10 


10 


12 


13 


14 


15 


17 


18 


20 




300 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


29 


31 




500 


11 


12 


13 


IS 


16 


iS 


19 


21 


23 


26 


28 


31 


34 


37 


41 


45 


50 


54 




200 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


14 


15 


17 


18 


100 


300 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


n 


12 


13 


14 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 


26 


28 




500 


10 


10 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 


25 


28 


31 


34 


37 


41 


45 


49 




750 


14 


15 


17 


19 


21 


23 


25 


27 


30 


34 


36 


41 


45 


49 


54 


59 


65 


71 




200 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


14 


15 


16 


110 


300 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 


26 




500 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


17 


19 


21 


23 


26 


28 


30 


34 


37 


41 


44 




750 


13 


14 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 


15 


28 


30 


33 


37 


41 


44 


49 


54 


59 


65 




200 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


6 


7 


7 


8 


9 


10 


n 


12 


\3 


14 


130 


300 


4 


5 


S 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


14 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 




500 


8 


8 


9 


10 


n 


12 


14 


14 


16 


18 


19 


22 


24 


26 


28 


31 


34 


38 




750 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


21 


23 


26 


28 


31 


34 


38 


41 


45 


50 


55 





200 


2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


150 


300 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


16 


17 


19 




500 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


IS 


17 


19 


20 


22 


25 


27 


30 


33 




750 


10 


10 


12 


13 


14 


16 


17 


18 


20 


22 


24 


27 


30 


32 


36 


39 


43 


47 




1000 


14 


15 


17 


19 


21 


22 


24 


26 


29 


32 


35 


39 


43 


47 


^2 


S7 


63 


69 




200 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


6 


9 


10 


a 


170 


300 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


10 


10 


11 


12 


14 


15 


17 




500 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


10 


11 


12 


14 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


29 




750 


8 


9 


10 


11 


13 


14 


15 


16 


16 


20 


22 


24 


26 


29 


32 


35 


38 


42 




1000 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


23 


26 


28 


31 


35 


38 


42 


46 


50 


55 


60 




200 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


6 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


190 


300 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


14 


15 




500 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


21 


24 


26 




750 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


16 


18 


19 


21 


24 


26 


28 


31 


34 


37 




1000 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 


26 


28 


31 


34 


37 


41 


45 


50 


54 




300 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


210 


500 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


IS 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 




750 


7 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


16 


17 


19 


21 


23 


26 


28 


31 


34 




1000 


10 


10 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 


25 


28 


31 


34 


37 


41 


45 


49 




1500 


15 


16 


19 


21 


23 


25 


28 


30 


33 


36 


40 


44 


48 


53 


58 


64 


70 


77 




300 


2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


230 


500 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


21 




750 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 


26 


28 


31 




1000 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


17 


19 


21 


23 


26 


28 


31 


34 


37 


41 


45 




1500 


14 


IS 


17 


19 


21 


23 


25 


27 


30 


33 


36 


40 


44 


48 


53 


58 


64 


70 





500 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


250 


750 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


28 




1000 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


14 


15 


16 


18 


19 


21 


24 


26 


28 


31 


34 


38 


41 




1500 


13 


14 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 


25 


28 


30 


33 


37 


41 


44 


49 


54 


59 


65 





500 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


14 


15 


16 


300 


750 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


14 


IS 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 




1000 


7 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


28 


31 


34 




1500 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


19 


21 


23 


25 


28 


31 


34 


37 


41 


45 


49 


54 




750 


4 


4 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


9 


10 


10 


12 


13 


14 


15 


17 


19 


20 


350 


1000 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


10 


n 


13 


14 


15 


17 


18 


20 


22 


24 


27 


29 




1500 


9 


10 


11 


13 


14 


15 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


29 


32 


35 


38 


42 


46 





750 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


400 


1000 


5 


6 


6 


7 


8 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


15 


16 


18 


20 


21 


24 


26 




1500 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


16 


17 


19 


21 


23 


25 


28 


31 


34 


37 


40 



While ihe above table is designed for finding computed values of 
illumination using a maintenance factor of 0.70. %'alues of illumination 
resulting from using other maintenance factors can be calculated by 
multiplying the footcandle tigurr taken from the table by the ratio of the 
maintenance factor to 0*70. 



Example: If maintenance factor is 0.65* multiply footcandle figure 

65 

taJcen from the table by to arrive at the proper value of illumination* 

70 
•For 400 W. H*I Mercur>' Lamp, values will be about 0% higher 
than ^hown for the 750 \V. lamp. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ELECTRIC 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 



LUMEN OUTPUT OF LAMPS 



LUMEN OUTPUT OF LAMPS (CONT) 



Worn 



60 
100 
150 
200 
300 
300 
500 
750 
1000 
1500 



FILAMENT LAMPS 



MERCURY lAMPS 



Lymeni^ 



110-120 V. 



780 c 

1,520 b 

2.520 b 

3.560 b 

5,730 bt 

5.510 c 

9,750 c 

15,000 c 

21,000 c 

32,550 c 



220-260 V. 



470 c* 
1,100 c 
1,845 c 
2,740 c 

4,740 c 

8,400 c 

13.750 c 

18.800 c 

28,500 c 




• 50-uatt lamp. 

t Medium base lamp. 

t At rated voltage operation. 

a "^ hours rated average lii'e. 

b 7 .rs rated average life. 

c iJ J~ .. jurs rated average life. 

d 2000 hours rated average life. 

e 3000 hours rated average life. 



Liim*ni| 



3.300 c 

7,000 d 

16,000 e 

65,000 a 

120,000 d 



FLUORESCENT LAMPS ▲ 





Lctmeni 4 


Loffip 








Worn 


3500'K 


4500°K 


6500°K 




Whit* 


White 


Daylight 


15 


615 


600 


585 


20 


920 


860 


800 


30 


1,470 


1,380 


1,350 


40 


2.300 


2,100 


1.920 


85 


4,200 


4,000 


3,900 



L*rtgth 
(lnch*t) 



42 



04 



72 



96 



SLIMLINE LAMPS A 



lamp 

Current 

M.A 



120 
200 
300 

130 
200 
300 

120 
200 
300 

120 
200 
300 



Lamp 
Wottf 



18 
25 
33 

27.5 

39 

51 

26 
38 
51 

34 
51 
69 



Lumens 



3500°K 
White 



1.080 
1,440 
1,770 

1,710 
2.340 
2.830 

1,730 
2.450 
3,100 

2.300 
3.330 
4,300 



4500°K 
White 



990 
1.320 
1.620 

1.570 
2,150 
2,600 

1,590 
2.250 
2.850 

2.100 
3.050 
3.950 



^ Rated average life of Fluorescent and Slimline lamps: 



Burning Hoent 
per Stan 

3 

6 

12 



Average Life 
(Hours) 

2500 (85 W. fluoreKrent— 3000) 

4000 

6000 




LUMINAIRE SPACtNGS 





Indirect 



S«mi-tndirect 



Semi-Dlr«ct 



Direct 



Mownt- 


Indirect 


— Semi- 


■Indirect 


Semi-Direcl 


— Direct 


ing 
Height 

of 
Lwmin- 

airet 


Mojti- 

mom 
Spacing 
fletweert 

UnitJ 


Spacing * 
from 
Walls 


Length 

of 

Suspen- 
sion 


Moximum 
Spacing^ 
Between 
Units 


Spacing* 
from 
Wo III 


8 


9 


3 


1-3 


7H 


3 


9 


lOH 


3 


i3i-3 


9 


3 


10 


12'^ 


3H 


2-3 


lOH 


3H 


11 


13 1^ 


3H 


12 


3H 


12 


15 


4 


2H-4 


13H 


4 


13 


17 


4 


3-4 


15 


4 


14 


19 


5 


16H 


S 


15 


20 


5 


18 


5 


16 


22 


6 


- 4-5 


20 


6 


18 


24 


6 


22 


6 


20 or 
More 


28 


7 


4-6 


25 


7 



•These spacmgs apply where defies and benches are next to wall, 
oiherwifte one-half the spacing between units is satisfactory. 

tCeiling Height lor Indirect and Semi- Indirect Luminaircs. 

tThe usual spacing is less than the maximum permisaible to suit the 
room or bay arrangement. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL & ELECTRIC 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

Levels of lllufninofion — Good Current Practice 



Ar«a 



FooteandUf 

Mointointd 
in Sorvictt 



Airplon« Manufocturing 

Stock parts 
Production . 

Inspection 

Parts manufacturing 

Drilling, riveting, and screw 

fastening 

Spray booths 

Sheet aluminum layout and 
template work; shaping and 
smoothing of small parts 
for fuselage, wing sections, 

cowling, etc 

Welding 

General illumination 

Supplementar\ illumination. . 
Sub-assembly 

Landing gear, fuselage, wing 
sections, cowling, and other 

large units 

Final assembly 

Placing of motors, propellers, 
wing sections, and landing 

gear 

Inspection of assembled ship 

and its equipment 
Machine tool repairs 

Armories 

Drilj ,.. .. 
Exhibitions 

Art gall9ri9S 

General 

On paintings (supplementary 
illumination) 

Asf«mbly 

Medium 
Medium fine. . 

Fine 

Extra fine . 

Auditariumt 

AssenibK' only 

Exhibitions 

AutomobtU 

Parking spaces 
Showrooms (see also Show 
windows ) 

AutomobH« manufocfuring 

Assembly line 

Frame assembly 

Body manufacturing 

Parts 

Assembly 

Finishing and inspecting . . 

Bgk«ri«t 

Bonkt 

Lobby 

Cages and offices 

Borbtr %hop% and b«outy parlors. . . 

Baok binding 

Folding, assembling, pasting, 

etc 

Cutting, Punching, and stitch- 
ing 

Embossing 



50 
100** 



30 
30 



50 

20 
1,000 



«♦ 



i^« 



30 

30 

50 
100 

10 
30 

10 

50 



20 

50 
100** 
200** 

10 
30 

2 
50 

100** 
30 

30 
30 
200** 

20 

20 
50 

50 



20 

30 
30 



Ar«< 



Brswftritts 



Footcanditt 
Maintained 
in Service 



Brew house 

Boiling, keg washing, and tilling 

Bottling. . 

Candy moking 

Box department 

Chocolate department 

Husking, winnowing, fat ex- 
traction, crushing and re- 
fining, feeding 

Bean cleaning; sorting, dip- 
ping, packing, and wrap- 
ping 

Milling 

Cream making 

Mixing, cooking, and molding 
Gum drops and jellied forms . . 

Hand decorating 

Hard cand\ 

Mixing, cooking, and molding 

Die cutting and sorting 

Kiss making and wrapping . 

Canning ond preserving 

Receiving department 

Preparation department^ 

Container handling^f. . 
Canning department^ 
Processing department 
Storage and warehouse depart- 
ment 

Chemical works 

Hand furnaces, boiling tanks, 
stationary driers, stationary 
and cavity crystallizers. . . 

Mechanical furnaces, generators 
and stills, mechanical driers, 
evaporators, filtration, me- 
chanical crystallizers, 
bleaching 

Tanks for cooking, extractors, 
percolators, nitrators, elec- 
trol>tic cells 

Churches 

Auditoriums . ,. . 

Sunday School rooms 

Pulpit or rostrum (supplement- 
ary illumination) 

Art glass windows 

Light color 

Medium color 
Dark color , 

Clay product! and cements 

Grinding, filter presses, kiln 
rooms 

Molding, pressing, cleaning, and 
trimming 

Color, glazing, and enameling. 

Cleaning and pressing industry 

Checking and sorting 

Dry and wet cleaning and 

steaming 

Inspection and spotting 
Pressing 

Machine 

Hand: 



10 

20 

20 



10 



20 
50 

20 
20 
50 

20 
50 
50 

20 
30 
20 
30 
20 

10 



10 

20 

10 
20 

20 

20 

100** 
200** 



20 
30 

20 

10 
200 

30 
50 



*« 



Areo 



Foofcondlee 
Molntained 
in Service 



Cleaning and pressing industry (cont) 
Receiving and shipping ..... 
Repair and alteration 

Cloth products 

Cutting, inspecting, and sewing 

Light goods 

Medium-dark goods 

Dark goods 

Pressing, cloth treating (oil 

cloth, etc.) 

Light goods 

Medium-dark goods ........ 

Dark goods 

CpiiI tipples and cleaning plants 

Breaking, screening, and clean- 
ing . 

Picking 



Court rooms ... 

Club and ledge rooms 

Lounge and reading rooms. . . . 
Auditoriums 

Dairy products 

Dance halls 

Drafting rooms 

iVolunged close work, art draft- 
ing, and designing in detail . 

Electricol equipment manufacturing 

Impregnating 

Insulating and coil winding . . 

Testing 

Machining (see Machine shops) 
Assembling (see Assembly) 
Inspecting (see Inspection) 

Elevotors^ freigtil and possenger. . . 
Engraving 

Explosives 

Hand furnaces, boiling tanks, 
stationary driers, stationary 
and gravity crystallizers . . 

Mechanical furnaces; generators 
and stills; mechanical driers; 
evaporators ; filtration me- 
chanical cr\ stallizers 

Tanks for cooking, extractors, 
percolators, nitraiors 

Farms 

Milk house 

Fluid milk 

Boilers 

Bottle storage 

Bottle sorting 

Cap washers 

Cleaning fittings and pipes 

Cooling equipment 

Filling and inspection 

Gauges (on facet) 

Laboratories 

Loading platforms 

Meter panels (on facet) 

Pasteurizers . . 

Receiving room 

Scales 

Separators ...,,. 



10 
200* • 



30 

lOO** 
200* * 



30 
50 
lOO** 



10 
200** 

20 

20 
10 

20 

5 



50 

30 

100*» 
50 



10 
200** 



10 
20 

10 

lU 
10 
50 
20 

20 
50 
30 
50 
10 
30 
20 
20 
30 
20 



^Large area, low-brightness sources of diffuse itlumlnation are necessary where specular surfaces are in the field of view if annoying reflections are to 
be reduced. 

'•Supplementary luminaires often are used in combination with a general lighting level of not les than 20 footcandles to provid the level required 
on the work« 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL # ELECTRIC 



8 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

Levels of Illumination— Good Current Practice 



Area 



Footcqndies 
Moinlciined 
in S«rvk« 



Fluid milk (conf) 

Siorage refrigerator 

Thermometers (on facet) 

V^ats - 
Forgt shopi 

Foundrios 

Charging floor, tumbling, clean- 
ing, pouring, and shaking out 
Rough molding and core making 
Fine molding and core making . 

GJosi works 

Mix and furnace rooms, pressing 
and Lchr, glass-blowing ma- 
chines 

Grinding, cutting glass to size. 
silvering 

Fine grinciing and beveling. . 

Etching, decorating, polishing* 
and inspecting . 

Glov« manufocturing 

Pressing, knitting, sorting 

Ijght goods 

Medium-dark goods 

Dark goods 

Cutting, si itching, trimming, 

and inspecting 

Light Kot)ds 

Medinm-dark goods 

I )ark ^oods 

Hot monufacturJng 

I)yeing. -stiffening, braiding, 
cleaning, and rel'ining 
Light . 
Medium 
Dark . 

Forming, sizing, pouncing. 
flanijintr. tmishing, and iron- 
ing 
Light 

Medium 
1 >ark 

St*\ving 

Light 

Meiiiiini 
l>.irk 

Homes 

Dining room, living room, lib- 
rar\ . sun room, tnlranre hall. 
stair\va\s an(i landings, bed- 
rooms and bathrooms 
General illumination 
Supplementary illumination 
as follows: 

Reading, casual periods . . 
Reading, small type, pro- 
longed periods 

Writing 

Children's study tables. . . 
Sewing 

Average for casual periods 
Average for prolonged 

peri(xls 

Dark goods and ime needle- 
work 



10 
30 
50 

10 



10 
10 
20 



10 

30 
50 

100 



4c* 



20 

50 
lUO** 



30 

100** 
200* ♦ 



20 
50 
100** 



30 
50 
100** 

30 

KM)** 
200** 



20 

40 
20 
40 

20 

40 

100** 



Areo 



Footcandl«s 

Maintained 
in Service 



Homes (conf) 
Mirrors 

Dressing table, light on 

face 

Bathroom, light on face 
Game tables 
Card tables 
Ping pong 
Kitchen 

General illumination ; • ; • 
Supplementary illumination 
for work counter; range, 
and sink 

Laundry 

Supplementary illumination 
for ironer, ironing board, 
and tubs 
Work bench 

Supplementarj- illumination . 

Hospitals 

Corridors 

Laboratories 

General laboratory work 
Close work 

Lobby and reception room 

Operating room 
General 
Operating table 

Major operations 1 

Minor operations 

Private rooms and wards (sup- 
plementary illumination) 

Hotels 

Lobby 

Dining room 
Kitchen 
Guest rooms 

illumination) 

Corridors 

Writing rooms (supplementary 
illumination). . . . 

Ice mciking^engine and compressor 
room 

Inspection 

iSledium 
Medium fine 

Fine 

Extra fine . . 

Jewelry and watch manufacturing 200 

Laundries 

Washing. 10 

Flat work ironing, weighing, 

listing, marking 20 

Machine and press finishing. 

sorting 30 

Fine hand ironing 50 

Leother manufacturing 

\ als 5 

Cleaning, tanning, and stretch- 
ing 10 

Culling, fleshing, and stuffing. . 20 

Finishing and scarfing 30 



(supplementary 



20 
40 

10 
40 

10 



40 

40 

40 

p» 
;> 

30 
")(» 
20 

.50 

,000** 
200** 

30 
20 

.) 

20 

30 
10 

30 
10 

20 

50 

lOO** 
200** 



Area 



Footcondlet 
Maintained 
in Service 



Leather working 

Pressings winding, and glazing 
Light . 

Medium 

Dark . ■ 

Grading* matching, cutting, 
scarfing, and sewing 
Light ... 
Medium 
Dark ... 
Library 

Reading room 
Stack room. . 
Lotker rooms ... 
Machine shops 

Rough bench and machine 
work 

Medium bench and machine 
work, ordinary automatic 
machines, rough grinding, 
medium buffing and polish- 

ingH .^ ■ . 

Fine bench and machine work, 
fine automatic machines, 
medium grinding, fine buffing 
and polishing^ * •. * 

Extra-fine bench and machine 
work, grinding, fine work .. . 

Meat packing 

Slaughtering • . 

Cleaning, cutting. rooking, 
grinding, canning, packing . , 

Milling^groin foods 

Cleaning, grinding, and rolling 

Baking or roasting 

Flour grading 

Museums 

General 

Special displays (supplement- 
ary illumination) 

Offices 

Bookkeeping. t\ping. and ac- 
counting 

Conference room 
General meetings. . 

Stairwav's 

Desk work 

Intertnittent reading and 
writing 

Prolonged close work^ comput- 
ing, studying, designing, 
reading blucprmts and plans 

Filing and index reference 
tmding 

Lobby ... 

Mail sorting 

Reception rooms . 

Stenographic work 

Prolonged reading of short- 
hand notes 

Vault 

Packing and boxing 

Point manufacturing 

General 

Comparing mix with standard 



30 

50 
100 •♦ 



30 
100** 
200* * 



30 
10 
10 



20 



30 

100** 
200** 

10 
20 

10 
20 
30 

10 

50 

50 

30 
10 

30 

50 

30 
10 
30 
10 

50 
20 

10 

20 
100** 



IJLarge area, low-brighines? sources of diffuse illumination are necessary where specular surfaces are in the field of view if annoying reflections are to 
be reduced. 

••Suiiplcmentary luminaires often are used in combination with a general lighting level of not less than 20 footcandles to provide the level required 

on the w.»rk. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ELECTRIC 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

Levels of Illumination — Good Current Practice 



ArttQ 



Footcandlfts 
Mointain«d 
in Service 



Ar«o 



Footcandlet 

Maintained 
in 5*rvicft 



Ar«a 



Foofcandlftt 
Maintained 
in Service 



Point ihopt 

Dipping, spraying* firing* rub- 
bing, ordinary hand painting 
and finishing. . . 
Fine hand painting and finishing 
Extra-fine hand painting and 
finishing (automobile bcxlies, 

piano cases, etc.) 

Poper-box manufacturing 

Light 

Dark 

Storage 

Paper manufacturing 

Acid towers, beaters, deckers, 
digester house, knotters, dry- 
ing cylinders, calendering, 
settling tank house, soda rooni, 
sulphur room, and pulp grind- 
ing 

Bleachers, paper cutters, lay- 
boys, trimmers, lappers.Thune 
press, and wood chipping .... 

Hand counting, wet end of paper 
machine . . 

Paper machine reel, paper in- 
spection, and laboratories. . . 

Rewinder 

Storage . . 

Plofing 

Power plants, engine room, boilers 

Boilers, coal and ash handling, 
storage battery rooms 

Auxiliary equipment, oil 
switches, transformers, en- 
gines, generators, blow'ers, 
compressors 

Control room 

Switchboards and meters. . . . 
Pott office 

Lobby 

Sorting, mailing, etc. . . 

Storage . 

File room 

Corridors and stairways . . 

Printing industries 

Type foundries 

IVIatrix making, dressing type 
Font assembly — sorting 
Hand casting 
Machine casting 

Photography 

Dr\' plate and film 

Wet plate 

F^rinting on metal 

Electrotyping 

Molding, routing, finishing, 
leveling molds 

Trimming 

Blacking, tinning 

Electroplating, washing, back- 
ing ; 

Photoengraving 

Etching, staging 
Blocking . 

Proofing . 

Tint la) ing, routing, finishing 



20 
50 



100 

20 

M 

5 



«* 



10 

20 

30 

50 

100** 
5 
10 



20 
30 

20 
50 

10 

30 

5 



100** 
50 
30 
20 

2,000** 
3, (KM)** 
2,000** 



100** 
50 
30 

20 

20 
30 
50 
100** 



Printing plants 

IVesses. . . 
Imposing siones^i 
Proofreading 
Composing 

Professional offices 

Waiting rooms 

ConsuUaiion rooms ... 

Examination rooms (supple- 
mentary illumination) 

Dental chairs (supplementary 
illumination) 

Receiving and shipping 

Restaurants, lunch rooms, cafeterias 

Dining area 

Fo<xl tlisplays 

Kitchens . 

Rubber tire and tube mongfacturing 

Stock preparation 

Plasticating, milling, and 

Branbury 

Calendering 

Fabric preparation — stock cut- 
ting and bead building . . 

Tube and iread tubing mach- 
ines 

Tire building 

Solid tires 

Pneumatic tires . 

Curing department 
Tube and casing ... 

Final inspection 
Tube .,. 
Casing 

Wrapping . . 

Warehouse 

Rubber goods — mechanicol 

Stock preparation 

Plasticating, milling, and 

Branbury ... 
Calendering 

Fabric preparation — stock cut- 
ting and hose looms 

Extruded products 

Molded products and curing. . . 

Inspection ..... 

Boxing 

Warehouse 
Sheet metal works 

Miscellaneous machines, med- 
ium bench work, punches, 
presses, shears, stamps, weld- 
ers, spinning 

Tin plate and similar inspec- 
tion*! 

Schools 

Auditoriums 
Assembly only 
Study halls ... 

Class and study rooms — desk 
and chalkboards 

Drawing room . . 

Gymnasium 

General exercising. 
Exhibition games 



30 

ion** 

100** 
100 •♦ 

20 
30 



100 



♦ ♦ 



200** 
10 

10 
50 
20 



20 
30 

30 

20 

20 
50 

50 

50 

too** 

20 
5 



20 
30 

;io 

30 
50 
100** 

20 
5 



30 

50 



10 
30 

30 
50 

20 
30 



Schools (cont) 
Laboratories 

General laboratory* work . , . . 

Close work (supplementary 

illuminationj 

Lecture rooms 

General 

Local illumination 
Manual training 

General 

Close work (supplementary 

illumination) , , , 

Sewing room (supptementary 

illumination) 

Sighi^saving classes 

Service space 

Siairwav s 

Elevators, freight and passenger 

Corridors 

Storage (see Storage and stock 

rooms) 
Toilels and wash rooms 

Shoe monufacturing^leather 
Cutting and stitching 

Cutting tables 

Marking, buttonholing, skiv- 
ing, sorting, vamping and 
counting 

Light materials 

Dark materials . 

Stitching 

Light materials 

Dark materials 

Making and finishing 

Nailers, sole layers, welt beat- 
ers and scarfers, trimmers^ 
welters, lasters, edge set- 
ters, sluggers, randers, 
wheelers, treers. cleaning, 
spraying, buflfing. polishing. 
embossing 

Light 

Dark materials 

Storage, packing, and shipping 

Shde monufacturjng^^^rubber 

Wa>hing, coating, mill run 
compounding . . 

Varnishing, vulcanizing, calend- 
ering, upper and sole cutting. 

Sole rolling, lining, making, and 
finishing processes 

Show windows 

I Isolated displays 

Dark outlying areas 

General 

Feature displays 
Cities — 3econdar> business dis- 
tricts 
Small towns 

General 

Feature displa\ s 

Cities — main business areas 

General 

Feature displays 
Minimizing da\ light reflection- 



30 

50 

30 
50 

30 

50 

,50 
50 

10 

10 

5 

10 
20 



20 
100** 

30 
100** 



20 

100** 
10 



10 
30 
50 



.50 
100** 



100** 
200»* 

200** 

500 ♦♦ 
1,000** 



•^ Large area, low-brightness sources of diffuse 
be reduced. 

••Supt>fementary luminaires often are used in 
on the work. 



illumination are necessary where specular surfaces are in the field ui view if annoying reflections are to 
combination with a general lighting level of not less than 20 footcandles to provide the level required 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



10 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

Levels of Illumination— Good Current Practice 



Arta 



Footcofidfttf 
Mainroinftd 
in Servict 



Soop manufacturing 

Kettle houses, tutting, soap chip 

and powder 
Suimpinj;. wrapping and pack- 
ing, nning an<l parking soap 
p<jwder 

Sfairwoys . 



Sfe«l cind iron manufacturing 

Billet, bloc^ming, sheet bar, 

skelp, and slabbing mills 
Boiler room, power house, foun- 

dr\ and furnace rooms 
Hui sheet and hot strip mills 
Cold strip, pipe, rait, rod, tube, 
universal plate, and wire 

drawing^ 

Merchant and sheared plate 

mills*. 

Tin plate mills 

Hot strip rolling and tinning 

machine dept. 
Cold strip rolling 
Inspection 

Black plate hlnonv anil billet 

chipping: 
Tin plate and other bright 
surf aces 11- 
Repair >hr)[>s 

Rough bench and machine 
work . - ■ 
Medium-hne bench and ma- 
chine work 
Fine work — bufiing. polish- 
ing, etc 

Ivxtra-linc work 
Blacksmith shop 
Laboratories — chemical and 

physical 

Carpenter and pattern shop (see 

WoodiL'tirkin^) 
Storage 

5ton« cruthing ond scrttsning 

Bell ct)uve\or tubes, main line 
shaliing spaces, chute rooms. 
inside of bins. primar> break- 
er room, auxiliary breakers 
Under bins . 
Screens 

Storage bahery manufecfuring 

MulUing of grid< 

Storogo ond stock rooms 
Rough bulky materials 
Medium 
Fine material requiring care 

Store interiors 

Circulation areas 

General merchandising areas . . 

Show cases, wall cases, and 

open counter displays 
Feature displavs . 
Stock rooms 



10 

20 
10 

10 

10 
10 

10 
20 



10 
20 



30 

r>o 

20 

:i0 

100»* 
200** 
10 

30 



o 

o 

10 



20 



o 
10 
20 



20 

!no»* 

2(M)*^ 
10 



Area 
Structvrat st««l fabricalioh 

Sugor refining 
General 
Color inspection 



Foofcondles 
Maintained 
In Service 

10 
30 



Testing 

Rough 

Fine 

Extra-fme instruments, scales, 

etc. 

Textile mills 
Cotton textile mills 

Opening, mixing, picking, card- 
ing, and drawing 

Stubbing, roving, spmnmg, and 
spooling. . . 

Grading 

Warping on comb 

Beaming and slashing on comb 
Gray goods 
Denims . 

Inspection 

Gray goods (hand turning) 
Denims (rapidly moving). 

Automatic tying-in, weaving 

Drawing-in by hand 

Silk ond royofi textile mills 

Soaking, fugitive tinting, and 
conditioning or setting of 

twist 

Winding, twisting, rewinding 

and coning, quilling, slashing 

Warping (silk or cotton system) 

On creel, on running ends, on 

reel, on beam, on warp at 

beaming 

Drawing-in 

On heddlcs and reeds 
On warp back of harness 
On woven cloth 

Woolen and worsted textile mills 
Carding, picking, washing, 
combing, twisting, dyeing 
Drawing-in, warping 



Lobby . 

Tobacco products 

l)r\ing, stripping, general 
Grading and sorting . 



100 



• * 



20 

SO 

100 



«* 



10 

20 

100*» 
30 

20 
lOO** 

50 
200** 

50 
100** 



10 
30 

->o 

10 
20 
'iO 

10 



Light goods 


20 


Medium-dark goods 


"jO 


Dark goods. 


lOO** 


Weaving 




Light goods 


20 


Medium-dark goods 


50 


Dark goods 


KM)** 


Knitting machines 


20 


Theatres ond motion picture tiouset 




Auditorium^ 




During intermission 


a 


During picture 


1 


Fover 


10 



2f) 



10 
100** 



Areo 
Toilets and wosh rooms 



Footcondtee 
Maintoined 
in Service 



Upholstering — automobile, coochi 
furnilure 



Worehoute . . 

Welding 

General illumination 

Supplementary illumination . 

Woodworking 

Rough sawing and bench work 
Sizing, planing, rough sanding 
medium qualitx machine and 
bench work, gluing, veneer- 
ing, cooperage 

Fine bench and machine work, 
fine sanding and hnishing. . 



10 

30 
5 

20 
1.000** 

20 



30 
50 



EXTERIOR LIGHTING 

Building 

General construction 

Excavation work 

Building extoriors and monuments 

F'loodlighted 

Bright surroundings 

Light surfaces 

Medium dark and dark 

surfaces 

Dark surroundings 
Light surfaces 
Medium dark and dark 
surfaces 

Bulletin ond poster boards 

Bright surroundings 

Light surfaces 

Dark surfaces 
Dark surroundings 

Light surfaces 

Dark surfaces 

Coal yards (protective) 

Dredging 

Flogs, floodlighted . . 

Gordens 

Statuary 
Flower beds . . 

Trees 

Background 

Industriot (protoctivo) ... 
Auihori/ed entrances. 

Lumber yordt 

Prison yards 

Quarries 

Ship yofds 

General 

Ways and fabrication areas . . . 

Smoke stacks with advertising 
messages . 

Storoge yords (outdoor) 

Woter tanks with odvertising 
messoges 



10 
2 



10 

20 

5 

10 



50 

100 

20 
50 



2 

30 

1 


0. 



•? 

1 

5 
5 

5 
10 

20 

1 

20 



4 

4 
•> 



IfLarge area, low-brightness source* of diffuse illumination are necessary where specular ^^urfaces are in the field of view if annoying reflections are to 
be r<-'- H 

lementary luminaires often are used in combination with a general lighting level of nut less than 20 footcandles to provide the level required 
on the work. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



n 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

Levels of Illumination — Good Current Practice 



Armm 



Footcondl*« 
Moinlciin*d 
In S«ryic« 



Ar«a 



Foolcandl*! 
Mointoiii^d 
in Strvic* 



SPORTS LIGHTING 



Archvry (an th« targ^f) 

Tournament 
Recreational 

ftodminton 

I ournaineiit 
Cluli 
kecrealional 



IN- 

FIhLI> 

mm *- 



Maj(»r IjM^'tJf 

AA .ind AAA Leaj^ue 

A and H Ix*aKUc 

C atu\ I) League 

Semi-pro aiul Municipal 

League 20 

On seals during; ^ame 
On seats hrforr and after ^ame 
Rotkttboll 

CoUe^je and professional 

Kecre.itionat 
EothJng b«ach«t 
BtJUordt (on fobU) 

t ournainent 

Rr< reational 
< ieneral area 

Bowling la si.kAL 

ronrnaint'ul 20 

Kecreational 10 

Bowling on tho groon 

I ourn.imeni 

Kecrealional 
Bcving or wroftHng (ring) 



10 
5 

:{() 
20 
10 

OLT- 

Hit.D 

10(» 

rA) 

30 

20 

15 
2 
o 

:a) 

M) 
10 

1 

:io 

10 

ON IMF 
eiNS 

30 
10 



1 hatiipinriship 


.VM) 


l'role^si*jnal 


200 


Amateur 


KM) 


Seals during lunii 


2 


Seats l>efore and after bout 


5 


Clock goll 


10 


Croquot 




I ournament 


10 


Re( reational 


r> 


Curling 




1 (Xjrn.tment 


10 


KiirtMiional 


o 


Drill fioldt 


5 



Gymnoftliifiif 

Kxhihiuons and matches 30 

(ieneral exercising 2p 

Lockers and shower r(K)ms 10 

Hondboll 

Fournament ;iO 

'Club 20 

Recreational 10 

Footboll 

vindex: Distance from nearest 

sideline to farthest row ot 

sfK^ciators i 

Class I Over UM) feet . 100 

Class II 'A) tt> \m feet .50 

Class III 30 to rA\ feet 30 

Ctas> I\ Inder 30 feet 20 
Class \ Nt) hxed sealinj^; lacdi- 

ties 10 



Goif driving 

(ieneral on the tees 

On vertical surface at 200 yards 

FVaciice putting green 

Hortothoot 

I ournament 

Recreational 
Hockoy 

College or Professional 

Amateur League 

Recreational 
f loygroundf 
Polo 
Racing 

Bicycle 

Motor < midget auto or motor- 
c\rk" 

HofM' 

I )og 
Rocquot 



ot T- 
DOOR 

30 

10 



Riflo rongt 

On target 
Firing fwiint 
Range 

Roquo 

I ournament 
Recreational 

Shufflo boord 

lournanurit 
RecR-arinnal 
Skohng 

Rink 

Park. Iag(j<jn. ar pond 
Ski slopo pfoctico 
Soccor 

IVotession.iI and college 

High schfH)l 

Athletic rield 

Skoof ihoor 

largci — vertical surface .it 100 
feet 

Firing p*>int. general 
^quoth 

Tournament 

Club 

Recreational 
Swimming pools 

General 

IN- 
Sofl Boll FIKLD 

Protessional and cham- 
pionship TjO 
5H'mi-pro 30 
Industrial League 20 
Recreational 10 

Tonnit LAWN 

lournament 30 

Club 20 

Recreational 10 

Toboggon tlldot 

Trap thoot 

Target — vertical surface at l^A) 

feel 
Firing point, general 



10 

3 

10 

10 



.lO 
2() 
10 

5 

10 

'20 

2() 
20 
20 

30 

IN- 
DOOR 

to 



20 
10 

10 
a 

5 

1 

o 

3<) 
20 
10 



10 

30 
JO 
10 

10 

OLT- 
FIRLD 

30 
20 

10 
o 

TABLE 
.50 

;jo 

20 



Arto 
VolUyr boll 

loiirnameni 
Recreational 



Foofcandloi 
Mointojnod 

in S«rvico 

20 
10 



:io 

10 



TRANSPORTATION LIGHTING 

Dipoti, lormjnolt, ond ttaliont 

Waiting rrK»m 20 
Ticket offices 

(irncr.il 20 

1 icket rack .unl rnunters, 
isupplementar\ ilhmiina- 

tion) 50 

Rest rooms and smoking rcxim 20 

f^'iggage checking fvtTicr 20 

Storage 5 

C oncoursir 5 

Platforms 5 

loiliMsand ua^hr(K)n\s 10 

Ftro cngino houtot 10 

Corogoi^-^outomobilo 

Storage 10 

Repair department and washing .tO 
I scd car lots 

Front row of car^ .tO 

Remainder of area 10 

CaioNno sorvico tfotiont 

^a^il 10 

Tump island and sales room 30 

Lulje room 

Cfeneral "20 

Work areas, lube, rep^tir, and 

washing .% 

I-avatories 10 

Hongari— *oif plono 

Storage . 10 

Repair and mauutnance .V) 

Highwoy lighting 

Htgh\v,i\ s 3 

IniLTseciious, circles, clover- 
leaves I 

Looding docks .j 

Plort 

Freight .*) 

I'assenger .') 

Railrood yords 

Receiving 2 

Cldssilication i) 3 

Sfroot tighting 

I rl)an streets — vehicular traffic 

Light OS 

Medium 1 

Heavv 1 2 

V«hiclos 

Airplanes 30 

Auto license plates S 

Interstate buses 30 

Railrfxid cars 

Baggage, day coach, dining 

car. puHman 30 

Mail bag racks and letter 

cases :M) 

Mail storage 5 

Street railwa> . trolley bus. 
motor bus, and subwav cars . 30 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



12 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

UTILIZATION FACTORS 



luminoire 



Diftrlbution 




RLM Types 

2-lomp, open or closed end 80% 
2-lamp, iouvered 65% 
2-iamp, dust tight 65% 
2-fomp, horizontol louver 65% 
3-lamp, open or ctosed end 70% 




Mercury (H9) Type 



Shollow white 80% 

Aluminum (45" Shielding) 65%. 



^^ 



Low-bay filament units 

RLM wirh LF. Lamp 80% 

RLM with white bowl lamp 65% 

Ouit tight 65% 

Silver bowl diffuse reflector 65% 



A. 




High and Medium bay units 

Mirrored or Priimotic Glass, or Aluminum, 80% 

Mercury type 70% 

Gtoss covered 70% 

Deep bowl porcelain enamelled reflector 



Room 
Index 



Ceiling 75% 



Ceiling 50% 



Ceiling 30% 



Walls 



Wolts 



Walls 



50q^ ' 30% i 10% i 50% I 30% 10% 



30% I 10% 




CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



13 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

UTILIZATION FACTORS 



LMminaire 



Distribution 



Room 
Index 



Ceiling 75% 



Walli 




No. 7 



Projector Flood Lomp 
Plush or Surface AAovnted 



MF .75 




50%' 30% I 10% 



Ceiling 50% 



Walli 



50% I 30% ' 10% 



Ceiling 30% 



Walls 



30% 10% 



J 
I 

H 
G 
F 

E 
D 
C 
B 

A 



.40 
.48 

.51 
.55 
.58 

.60 
.64 
.65 
.65 
.66 



.38 

.46 
.51 

.54 
.56 

.59 
.61 
.63 
.64 
.65 



.36 
.45 
.50 
.53 
.55 

.58 
.60 
.61 
.63 
.64 



.39 

.47 
.50 
.54 
.55 

.59 
.62 
.63 
.64 
.65 



.38 

.45 
.50 
.52 
.55 

.58 

.60 
.62 
.62 
.63 



.36 
.45 

49 
.52 
.54 

.57 
.60 
.60 
.61 
.62 




No. 8 



Reflector Flood Lomp 
Unshielded 



MF. 85 




J 


.34 


I 


.41 


H 


.44 


G 


.47 


F 


.49 


E 


.52 


D 


.55 


C 


.56 


B 


.56 


A 


.57 



.32 

.40 
.43 

.47 
.48 

.51 
.52 

.54 
.55 
.56 



.31 

.39 
.43 
.46 
.47 

.50 
.52 
.53 

.54 
.55 



.34 
.40 
.43 
.46 
.47 

.50 
.53 

.54 
.55 
.55 



.32 

.39 
.43 

.45 
.47 

.50 
.52 
.53 
.53 
.54 



.31 

.38 

.42 
.44 
.46 

.49 
.51 
.52 
.53 

.54 



.39 
.45 
.50 
.52 
.55 

.57 
.60 
.61 
.62 
.62 



.34 

.39 
.43 
.45 
.47 

.49 
.51 
.52 
.53 
.53 



.36 
.43 
.48 
.51 
.53 

.56 
.59 

.60 
.61 
.62 



.31 
.37 
.41 
.44 
.46 



.50 
.51 
.52 
.53 





Deep Prismatic 



Louvered 



No. 9 



MP .70 




J 

I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



.32 
.38 
.40 

.43 
.45 

.47 
.50 
.51 
.51 
.52 



.30 
.36 

.40 
.43 
.44 

.46 
.48 
.49 
-50 
.51 



.29 
.36 
.39 
.42 
.43 

.46 
.47 
.48 
.49 
.50 



.31 
.37 
.40 
.42 
.43 

.46 
.48 
.49 
.50 
.51 



.30 
.36 
.39 
.41 

.43 

.46 
.47 
.48 
.49 
.50 



.29 
.35 
.38 
.41 
.42 

.45 
.47 
.47 
.48 
.49 



.31 
.36 
.39 
.41 
.43 

.46 
.47 
.47 
.48 
,49 



.28 

.34 
.38 
.40 
.42 

.44 
.46 
.47 
.48 
.48 





Reflector Flood Lamp 
15° Shielding 

No. 10 MP .85 



Projector Lomp 

45° Shielding 

MP .75 




J 


.29 


.27 


.26 


.28 


.27 


.26 


.28 


.25 


I 


.34 


-33 


.32 


.33 


.32 


.32 


.32 


.31 


H 


.36 


.36 


.36 


.36 


.35 


.35 


.35 


.34 


G 


.39 


.38 


.38 


.38 


.37 


.37 


.37 


.36 


F 


.41 


.40 


.39 


.39 


,39 


.38 


.39 


.38 


E 


.42 


.42 


.42 


.42 


,41 


.40 


.41 


.40 


D 


.45 


.43 


.43 


.44 


.43 


.42 


.42 


.42 


C 


.46 


.45 


.44 


.45 


.44 


.43 


.43 


.42 


B 


.47 


.45 


.45 


.45 


.45 


.44 


.44 


.43 


A 


.47 


.46 


.46 


.46 


.45 


.45 


,45 


.44 




No, 11 



Reflector Spot Lamp 
30° Shielding 



MP .85 




J 


.23 


.22 


.21 


.22 


.22 


.21 


.22 


.20 


I 


.27 


.26 


.26 


.27 


,26 


.25 


.26 


.25 


H 


.29 


.29 


.29 


.29 


.28 


.28 


.28 


.27 


G 


.31 


.31 


.31 


.31 


.30 


.30 


.30 


.29 


F 


.33 


.32 


.31 


.31 


.31 


.31 


.31 


.30 


E 


.34 


.34 


.33 


.34 


.33 


.32 


.32 


.32 


D 


.36 


.35 


.34 


.35 


.34 


.34 


.34 


.34 


C 


.37 


.36 


.35 


.36 


.35 


.34 


.34 


.34 


B 


.37 


.36 


,36 


.36 


.36 


.35 


.35 


.35 


A 


.38 


.37 


.37 


.37 


.36 


.36 


.36 


.35 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL & ELECTRIC 



14 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

UTILIZATION FACTORS 











Room 

Index 


Ceiling 75% , 


Ceiling 50% 


Ceiling 
Wa 


30% 


Luminalre 


Distribution 




WoHs 




Walls 


lis 


50% 


30% 


10% 


50^ ' 


30% 


10% 


30% ' 


10% 








J 
I 


,36 


.30 


.26 


.35 


.30 


.26 


.29 


.24 


^^_ ^^ 




07- 


.43 


.39 


.36 


.43 


.37 


.36 


.38 


.36 


^^^^^^^ -^^ 








H 
G 


.47 
.51 


.43 
.47 


40 


47 


.43 


.40 


.43 


.40 


/"^v^|fc^ 




/^' 


\ 


.45 


.50 


.47 


.44 


.46 


.44 


r\^^ ^^^^;><^ 




/ 75*/;, \ 


F 


.54 


.51 


.48 


.52 


.50 


.47 


.49 


.47 


.^'^^^^^^ j^ 




1 * ■^ fO 1 


E 


.58 


.55 


.52 


.56 


.54 


.52 


.54 


.52 


^'^^^ ^^^^^^^0\\:^ 




x^ L-^ 


D 


.63 


.60 


.56 


.61 


,59 


.57 


.58 


.57 


\^^^ ^^5;^ X. 




"[ 


C 


.65 


.62 


.59 


.63 


.61 


.59 


.60 


.58 


^^^^**^o>^ ^^^^^^ 






B 


.67 


.66 


.63 


.66 


.64 


.62 


.63 


.62 


^}>x/y^ 




No. 12 


A 


.69 


.67 


.65 


.67 


.56 


.64 


.65 


.63 


^v.^<%>^ 




J 


.33 


.28 


.25 


.32 


.28 


.25 


27 


.25 


\y^ l^ 




0% 


I 


.41 


.36 


.34 


.40 


.36 


.33 


.36 


.33 


L^ ) 




— jIl — 


H 


.4=; 


.41 


.38 


.43 


.41 


.38 


.40 


.38 


^.^^^ 






\ 


G 


.48 


.45 


.42 


.47 


.44 


.41 


.43 


.41 








. \ 


F 


.50 


.48 


.45 


.49 


.46 


.44 


.46 


.44 




See 


/ 70% \ 1 




















Single lamp deep troffer 

White, oo boi^les. 70% 


Table 
(14) 


^\^^ 


J 


E 
D 
C 


.55 
.59 
.60 


.52 
.56 
.58 


.49 
.53 
.55 


.54 
.57 
.59 


.51 
.55 

.57 


.49 
.53 
.55 


.50 
.55 

.56 


.49 
.53 
.55 


White with baffles 65% 


(15) 






B 


.63 


.61 


.59 


.62 


.60 


.58 


.59 


.57 


White with prismatic cover plote 60% 


(17) 


No. 13 


A 


.64 


.62 


.60 


.63 


.61 


.60 


.60 


.59 


Serri-specolor or semi-diffused oluminum, open 
Semi-specular or semi-diffused oluminum b( 


65% (15) 
sffles 
























J 
I 


.37 


.35 


.34 


.36 


.35 


.34 


.36 


.33 


60% 


(17) 


ov_ 


.44 


.43 


.42 


.44 


.42 


.42 


.42 


.40 


^^^ 




— ^ 


to 


H 


.48 


.47 


,46 


.47 


.46 


.45 


.46 


.45 


r^T^^^ —""^^^^^^ — 


- 


z 


\ 


G 


.51 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.49 


.48 


.49 


.47 


— — rr^=?4v \>S^ V 




f 


\ 


F 


.54 


.52 


.51 


.51 


.51 


.50 


.51 


.49 


^^^ ^^^ ^'K^\^s^^%----''^^'^^! — ~ 




\ 707- \ 




















^^^l::^^^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^^ x^^ 




\ 


/ 


E 


.56 


.55 


.54 


.55 


.54 


.53 


.53 


.52 


'^'\''^^^====^^^'^^N^^ 


^ 


V. 


^ 


D 


.59 


.57 


.56 


.57 


.56 


.55 


.55 


.55 


--^^-^c^^nT ^^^^^^^s^^^ 








C 


.60 


.58 


.57 


.58 


.57 


.56 


.56 


.55 


^ ^\ ^^H^v 




No. U 


B 


.61 


.59 


.58 


.59 


.58 


.57 


.57 


.56 


IN>^^ 






A 


.61 


.60 


.59 


.60 


.59 


.58 


.58 


.57 


^^S^T^ 




J 


.33 


.29 


.26 


.32 


.29 


.26 


.28 


.26 


*^^^??^ 




n*'/ 


I 


.40 


.36 


.35 


.39 


.36 


.34 


.36 


.34 


^^^^^02 




V 


/o 


H 
G 


.43 
.46 


.41 

.44 


.39 
.42 


.42 

.45 


.40 
.44 


.38 
.42 


.40 
.42 


.38 


t-A^v^v 


/ 


\ 


.42 


^ 




1 


\ 


F 


.49 


.46 


.44 


.47 


.45 


.44 


.45 


.44 


Two lamp shaMow troffer 


See 

Table 


r 


9/ 1 
1 


E 


.52 


.50 


.48 


.51 


.49 


.47 


.49 


.47 






V 


^ 


D 


.56 


.53 


.51 


.55 


.53 


.51 


.52 


.51 


White, open 75%.. 


(12) 






C 


.57 


.55 


.53 


.56 


.54 


.53 


.53 


.52 


White, with prismatic of diffusing glass 65% 


(15) 


No 15 


B 


.59 


.57 


.56 


.58 


.56 


.55 


.55 


.55 


White, with louvers 60% 


(17) 
117) 




A 


.60 


.58 


.57 


.59 


.57 


.56 


,57 


.55 


Aluminum with louvers 55% 




J 


.32 


.29 


.29 


.31 


.29 


.27 


.29 


.26 






0% 


I 


.38 


.36 


.35 


.38 


.35 


.34 


.35 


.34 


_^^^ -"^^^^ 






H 


.42 


.40 


.39 


.41 


.39 


.38 


.39 


.38 


i8^^^<\ "v^,^ 






G 


.45 


.43 


.42 


.44 


.42 


.41 


.41 


.41 


^i::^^^^^^^^^'^''"^^ 




[ 65° „ 1 


F 


.47 


.45 


.43 


.45 


.44 


.43 


.44 


.43 


-^^^^^^^$^^^^xSv^'''^ 


>^ 




J 


E 


.49 


.48 


.46 


.49 


.47 


.46 


.47 


.46 


tr^^^^^^^^Sv^^K^ 






^ 


D 


.53 


.50 


.49 


.52 


.50 


.49 


.49 


.49 


\^^-^ ^^^SvsSv 








C 


.54 


.52 


.50 


.53 


.51 


.50 


.50 


.49 


"^^^rC^^ ^^^^y^ 




No. 16 


B 


.55 


.54 


.53 


.54 


.52 


.52 


.52 


.51 


^-^iN^^ ^V 






A 


.57 


55 


.54 


.55 


.53 


.52 


.53 


.52 


^^feh^ 




T 


.30 


.28 


.27 


.30 


.28 


.27 


.29 


.26 


^^$^^$5^ 




07, 


I 


.37 


.35 


.34 


.36 


.34 


.34 


.34 


.32 


^^£^^\ 




/ 


'\ 


H 


.39 


.38 


.38 


.39 


.37 


.37 


.38 


.36 




/ 


\ 


G 


.42 


.41 


.40 


.41 


.40 


.39 


.40 


.39 




See 


^ 


■ */ \ 


F 


.44 


.43 


.42 


.42 


.42 


.41 


.42 


.41 


Three lamp shallow white troffer 


Tobie 


' o 1 


E 


.46 


.46 


.44 


.46 


.45 


.43 


.44 


.43 


Open 70% 


(13) 


V 


^^ 


D 


.50 


.47 


.46 


.48 


.47 


.46 


.46 


.46 


Wrth, louvers 55% 


(17) 


1 


C 


.50 


.49 


.47 


.49 


.48 


.47 


.47 


.46 


With prismatic cover plote 60% 


(17) 


No. 17 


B 
A 


.51 
.52 


.50 
.51 


.49 
.50 


.50 
.51 


.48 
.49 


.48 
.48 


.48 
.49 


.47 
.48 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL© ELECTRIC 



15 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

UTILIZATION FACTORS 



Luminaire 




Dis^ribufion 




No. 18 



PAN TYPE UNITS 

Open 85% 

louvered Grid 75% 

Deep open wifh luminous metol sides 60% 



(18) 
(20) 
(19) 




No. 19 




No. 20 




No. 21 



Shielded "V Type Unit 75% 



MF.70 




Room 
Index 



Ceiling 75% 



Walls 



J 

I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



J 
I 

H 

G 
F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



J 
I 

H 
G 
F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



J 

I 

H 
G 
F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



50% 30% I 10% 



Ceiling 50% 



Walls 



50% 30% ' 10% 



.37 
.46 
.50 
.55 
.59 

.63 
.68 
.70 
.73 
.75 



.31 
.37 
.46 
.43 

.46 

.48 
.51 
.52 
.54 
.55 



.35 
.43 
.47 
.50 
.53 

.57 
.61 
.63 
.64 
.66 



.34 
.41 
.45 
.49 
.52 

.56 
.60 
.62 
.65 
.66 




No. 22 



Prismatic Lens Type 
4 Lamp 



MF .70 




J 
I 

H 
G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 

A 



.28 
.35 
.37 
.40 
.43 

.46 
.49 
.50 
.52 
.53 



.32 

.41 
.46 
.51 

.54 

.60 
.63 
.66 
.69 
.71 



.28 
.35 
.39 
.42 
.44 

.47 



.51 
.52 

.54 



.33 
.40 
.45 
.48 
.51 

.55 
.58 
.60 
.62 
.63 



.29 
.37 
.42 

.45 
.49 

.53 
.56 
.58 
.61 
.62 



.25 
.32 
.35 
.38 

.40 

.44 
.47 
.48 
.49 
.51 



.29 
.38 

.44 
.47 
.51 

.56 
.60 
.62 
.66 
,69 



.27 
.34 
.38 
.41 
.42 

.45 
.47 
.48 
.51 
.51 



.31 

.39 
.43 
.48 
.49 

.53 
.56 
.57 
.60 
.61 



.28 
.35 
.40 
.43 
.45 



.53 

.54 
.58 
.63 



.23 
.30 
.35 
.37 
.39 

.42 
.44 
.46 
.48 
.49 



.37 
.45 
.49 
.53 
.56 

.61 
.65 
.67 
.70 
.72 



.32 
.40 
.46 
.50 
.53 

.58 
.62 
.64 
.67 
.69 



.29 
.36 

.39 

.42 
.44 

.47 
.49 
.50 
.52 
.52 



.28 
.34 
.38 
.40 
.42 

.45 
.48 
.49 
.50 
.51 



.35 
.42 

.45 
.49 
.50 

.55 
.58 
.59 
.61 
.62 



.32 
.39 
.43 
.47 
.49 

.53 
.56 
.57 
.59 
.60 



.33 

.40 
.44 

.47 
.49 

.54 
.58 
.60 
.61 
.63 



.29 
.37 
.41 

.44 
.47 

.51 
.55 
.56 
,58 
.60 



.27 
.32 
.36 
.39 
.41 

.43 
.46 
.47 
.49 
.50 



.25 
.30 
.34 
.36 
.39 

.41 
.44 
.45 
.47 
.48 



.29 
.38 
.43 
.47 
.50 

.55 
.60 
.61 
.65 
.67 



.27 
.34 
.37 
.39 

.41 

.44 
.46 
.48 
.49 
.50 



.30 
.38 

.42 
.45 
.47 

.51 
.53 
.55 
.58 
.59 



.27 
.34 
.39 
.42 
.45 

.49 
.52 
.54 
.57 
.58 



.23 

.29 
.32 
,35 
.36 

.40 
.42 
.44 
.45 
.47 



Ceiling 30% 



Walls 



30% 10% 



.31 
.40 
.45 
.48 
.52 

.57 
.61 
.63 
.66 
.68 



.28 
.34 
.37 
.40 
.42 

.44 
.46 
.47 
.48 
.49 



.32 
.38 

.43 
.45 
.48 

.51 
.54 
.55 
.57 
.58 



.29 

.37 
.41 
.41 
.47 

.50 
.54 
.55 
.56 
.59 



.24 
.28 
.31 
.33 
.35 

.38 
.40 
.41 
.43 

.45 



.29 
.38 

.43 
.47 
.50 

.54 
.59 
.61 
.64 
.66 



.26 
.32 
.36 
.39 
.41 

.43 
.46 
.46 
.48 
.48 



.31 

.37 
.41 
.44 
.47 

.50 
.53 

.54 
.56 
.57 



.26 

.34 
.38 

.42 
.44 

.48 
.52 
.53 

.56 
.57 



.22 

.27 
.29 
.32 
.34 

.36 
.39 
.40 
.42 
.43 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



!6 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

UTILIZATION FACTORS 



Luminoire 




Distribution 



45° Louverol 



No. 23 



MF .70 






Shallow Louvered 
Opoque Sides 



No. 24 



Ceiling Mounted 
Troffer 

MF .70 





No. 25 



Ceiling Mounted Ceiling Mounted 

Box Type Wedge Type 

with ribbed Glass Ponels 

MF .75 





Surface Troffer 
with Louvers 



No. 26 



MF .70 





No. 27 



Suspended Wedge_Type 



MF .70 



Room 
Index 



Ceiting 75% 



Ceiling 50% 



Walls 



Walls 



Ceiling 30% 
Walls 



J 
I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



J 

I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 

A 



J 

I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 

A 



J 
I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



50% I 30% I 10% I 50% I 30% 10% II 30% \ 10% 



.23 
.28 
.30 
.32 
.33 

.35 
.37 
.38 
.38 
.39 



.34 
.41 
.44 
.48 
.50 

.53 
.56 
.59 
.60 
.62 



.25 

.30 
.34 
.37 
.39 

.42 
.45 
.47 
.49 
.50 



.30 
.36 
.40 
.43 
.46 

.49 
.53 
.55 
.57 
.59 




J 
I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



.25 
.31 
.34 
.38 

.40 

.44 
.47 
.50 
.53 
.55 



.22 
.26 

.29 
.31 
.32 

.34 

.36 
.37 
.37 
.38 



.30 
.38 
.42 
.46 
.49 

.52 
.54 
.57 
.58 
.60 



.22 
.28 
.31 
.34 

.37 

.40 
.42 
.44 
.46 
.48 



.26 
.33 

.37 
.40 
.43 

.47 
.49 
.52 
.54 
.56 



.21 
.26 
.30 
.34 
.37 

.41 
.44 
.46 
.50 
.51 



.20 
.26 

.28 
.31 
.32 

.33 
.35 
.36 
.37 
.38 



.28 

.37 
.41 
.44 
.46 

.50 
.53 
.54 
.57 
.59 



.20 
.26 
.27 
.32 
.34 

.37 
.40 
.41 
.44 
.45 



.24 
.31 
.35 
.37 
.40 



.47 
.49 
.52 
.54 



23 
,27 
.29 
.31 
.32 

.34 
.36 
.37 
.37 
.38 



.32 
.39 
.43 
.46 
.48 

.51 
.55 
.56 
.57 
.59 



.24 
.28 
.32 
.35 
.37 

.40 
.43 

.44 
.46 
.48 



.28 
.35 
.38 
.41 
.43 

.46 
.50 
.51 
,53 
.55 



,18 

.24 
,28 
.31 
.33 

.37 ^ 

.40 

.43 

.47 

.48 



.23 
.29 
.32 
.35 
.37 

.41 
.44 
.46 
.48 
.50 



.22 
.26 
.28 
.31 
.32 

.33 
.35 
.36 
.37 
.37 



.30 
.37 
.40 
.44 
.46 

.50 
.52 
.54 

.56 
.57 



.21 
.27 
.30 
.33 
.35 

.38 
.40 

.42 
.44 
.45 



.25 
.31 
.35 
.38 

.40 

.44 
.47 
.49 
.51 
.52 



.19 

.25 
.29 
.32 
.34 

.38 

.41 
.43 

.45 
.47 



.20 
.26 
.28 
.30 
.31 

.33 
.34 
.35 
.36 
.37 



.28 
.35 
.39 
.42 

.44 

.47 
.51 
.52 
.55 

.56 



.20 
,25 
.28 
.31 
.33 

.36 
.39 

.40 
.42 

.43 



.23 
.30 
.33 
.36 
.38 

.42 
.45 
.47 
.49 
.50 



.17 
.23 
.26 
.29 
.31 

.35 
.39 

.40 
.44 
.45 



.21 
.26 
.28 

.30 
.32 

.33 
.35 
.35 
.36 
.37 



.29 
.36 

.40 
.42 
.45 

.48 
.51 
.52 

.54 
.56 



.21 
,26 

.29 
.32 
.34 

.37 
.39 
.40 
.42 
.43 



.25 
.31 
.34 
.36 
.39 

.42 
.45 
.45 
.48 
.50 



.19 
.24 
.28 
.30 
.32 

.36 
.39 
.40 

.43 
.44 



.20 
.25 
.27 
.30 
.31 

.32 

.34 
.35 
.36 
.36 



.27 
.34 
.38 
.42 
.44 

.47 
.50 
.51 
.53 

.54 



.19 
.25 
.28 
.30 
.32 

.35 
.38 
.39 
.41 
.42 



.22 
.29 
.32 
.35 

.37 

.40 
.44 
.45 
.47 
.48 



.17 
.23 
.25 
.28 
.30 

.34 
.37 
.38 
.41 
.43 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL 3 ELECTRIC 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

UTILIZATION FACTORS 



17 



Luminaire 



Distribution 



Room 
Index 



Ceiling 75% 



Wall* 



50% I 30% I T 



Ceiling 50% 



Walls 



Ce iling 30 % 
Walls 



50% 30% 10% i 30% 




No. 28 



Suspended Louvered-bottom 
Box Type 



MF .70 




I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



.23 

.29 
.32 
.36 
.38 

.41 
.43 
.47 
.49 
.51 



.20 
.26 
.29 
.33 
.35 

.38 
.41 
.43 

.46 
.48 



.18 
.24 
.27 
.30 
.32 

.35 
.38 
.40 
.44 
.45 



.22 
.27 
.30 
.33 
.35 

.38 

.41 
.43 
.45 
.46 



.19 

.24 
.27 
.30 
.32 

.36 
.38 
.39 
.42 

.43 



,17 
.22 
.26 
.28 
.30 

.33 
.36 

.37 
.40 
.42 



.18 
.23 
.26 
.28 
.30 

.33 
.36 
.37 
.39 
.40 



.17 
.21 
.24 
.27 
.29 

.31 
.34 
.35 
.37 
.39 




No. 29 



Bare Lamp Channel 



MF .75 




J 


.28 


.22 


.18 


.26 


.21 


.18 


.20 


.17 


I 


.35 


.29 


.25 


.33 


.27 


.24 


.26 


.24 


H 


.39 


.33 


.30 


.37 


.32 


.28 


.30 


.27 


G 


.44 


.38 


.33 


.40 


.36 


.32 


.33 


.30 


F 


.47 


.42 


.37 


.43 


.39 


.34 


.37 


.33 


E 


.53 


-47 


.42 


.49 


.44 


.40 


.41 


.38 


D 


.57 


.51 


.46 


.53 


.48 


.44 


.45 


.42 


C 


.60 


.55 


.49 


.55 


.50 


.46 


.48 


.44 


B 


.66 


.60 


.55 


.59 


.54 


.51 


.51 


.49 


A 


.68 


.63 


.58 


.62 


.57 


.54 


.53 


.51 





25% 



Prismotic or open Louvered 
Glass or Plostic 



No. 30 



MF .70 




J 


.33 


.32 


.28 


.31 


.28 


.26 


.28 


.25 


I 


.40 


.37 


.35 


.38 


.35 


.33 


.33 


.31 


H 


.44 


.41 


.39 


.41 


.39 


.37 


.37 


.35 


G 


.47 


.45 


.43 


.44 


.41 


.40 


.40 


.38 


F 


.51 


.48 


.45 


.46 


.44 


.42 


.42 


.40 


E 


.54 


.51 


.49 


.50 


.48 


.45 


.45 


.43 


D 


.50 


.54 


.51 


.53 


.50 


.48 


.48 


.46 


C 


.60 


.57 


.53 


.55 


.52 


.49 


.48 


.47 


B 


.62 


.59 


.57 


.57 


.54 


.53 


.51 


.49 


A 


.64 


.61 


.58 


.59 


.56 


.54 


.52 


.51 




No. 31 



Half Cylinder Shielded 



MF .65 




.T 


.24 


.20 


.18 


.22 


.19 


.17 


.18 


.16 


I 


.29 


.26 


.23 


.27 


.24 


.22 


.23 


.20 


H 


.33 


.29 


.26 


.30 


.27 


.25 


.25 


.23 


G 


.36 


.33 


.29 


.33 


.30 


.28 


.28 


.26 


F 


.39 


.35 


.32 


.35 


.32 


.29 


.30 


.28 


E 


.42 


.39 


.36 


.38 


.36 


.33 


.33 


.31 


D 


.46 


.42 


.39 


.41 


.38 


.36 


.35 


.34 


C 


.48 


.44 


.42 


.43 


.40 


.38 


.37 


.35 


B 


.51 


.48 


.45 


.46 


.42 


.41 


.39 


.38 


A 


.53 


.50 


.47 


.48 


.44 


.42 


.41 


.39 




No. 32 



Half Cylinder Bare 




J 


.29 


.24 


.21 


.28 


.23 


.20 


.21 


.19 


I 


.37 


.31 


.28 


.34 


.29 


.26 


.28 


.25 


H 


.41 


.36 


.33 


.33 


.34 


.31 


.32 


.29 


G 


.46 


.40 


.36 


.41 


.37 


.34 


.34 


.32 


F 


.49 


.44 


.39 


.44 


.40 


.37 


.38 


.35 


E 


.54 


.49 


.45 


.49 


.45 


.41 


.42 


.39 


D 


.59 


.53 


.49 


.53 


.49 


.46 


.46 


.43 


C 


.61 


.56 


.52 


.54 


.51 


.48 


.48 


.45 


B 


.66 


.61 


.57 


.59 


.55 


.53 


.51 


.49 


A 


.68 


.64 


.60 


.61 


.57 


.55 


.53 


.51 



MF .70 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

UTILIZATION FACTORS 









— 




1 




1 


Room 
Index 


Ceiling 75% 


Ce 


iling 50% 


Ceiling 


30% 




Luminotre 


Distribution 




WolU 






Walls 




Wc 


lilt 






50% 


30% 


10% 


50% 


30% 


10% 


30% 


10% 




<jV <f^^\^ 


30% 


J 


.29 


.26 


.24 


.26 


.24 


.23 


.24 


.21 






t 


I 


.35 


.32 


.30 


.32 


.30 


.28 


.28 


.26 


\ 


PmT^sL n^p^vk 


f 


^ 


H 


.39 


.36 


.34 


.35 


.33 


.32 


.31 


.29 


\ 


^^^^sT^^^^s. x^^^5\ >JI 


T^ 1 


G 


.42 


.40 


.37 


.38 


.36 


.34 


.33 


.32 




^^^^^^^sl^*^ ^^^^a\ \ 




\ 


F 


.45 


.42 


.39 


.40 


.38 


.36 


.35 


.34 




^^^ ^^ 


M57o) 


E 


.48 


.45 


.43 


.43 


.41 


.39 


.38 


.36 




V 


y 


D 


.52 


.48 


.46 


.46 


.44 


.42 


.40 


.39 


"V" 


Shaped Aluminum Glass Sides 






C 


.53 


.50 


.48 


.48 


.45 


.43 


.41 


.40 


Ccn 


Jer Louver Louvered Bottom 






B 


.56 


.53 


.51 


.50 


.47 


.46 


.43 


.42 




Top Reflectors 




A 


.57 


.55 


.53 


.51 


.49 


.47 


.44 


.43 


No. 33 


MF .70 
























_ 








J 


.24 


.21 


.20 


.22 


.20 


.19 


.19 


.17 






^ 




no%i 


I 


.29 


.27 


.25 


.26 


.24 


,23 


.23 


.21 




V^t:r?iJ*W "^ 






H 
G 


.32 
.35 


.30 
.33 


.28 
.31 


.29 
.31 


.27 
.29 


26 


25 


24 




\j^fe>j^ ^^^^ 




\ 


.28 


.27 


.26 








\ 


F 


.37 


.34 


.32 


.33 


.31 


.30 


.28 


.27 






I 35% 1 


E 


.40 


.38 


.36 


.35 


.34 


.32 


.30 


.29 








/ 


D 


.43 


.40 


.38 


.37 


.36 


.34 


.32 


.31 








/ 


C 


.44 


.42 


.40 


.39 


.37 


.35 


.33 


.32 




Box Type Gloss Sides 




/ 


B 


.47 


.44 


.42 


.40 


.39 


.38 


.34 


.34 




Louvered Bottom 


"* 


A 


.48 


.46 


.44 


.42 


.40 


.39 


.35 


.34 


No. 34 


MF .70 




























J 


.23 


.19 


.16 


.21 


.17 


.15 


.16 


.14 




^V 




I 

H 


.29 
.33 


.24 
.28 


.22 
.25 


.26 
.29 


22 


19 


21 


18 




/^ M 


\ 357, } 


.26 


.23 


.23 


.21 




^^ -^—^ 


\ ' / 


G 


.37 


.32 


.28 


.32 


.28 


,26 


.26 


.23 




^ I 


-^ 7 




f 45% ) 


F 
E 


.40 

.44 


.35 

.40 


.32 

.36 


.35 
.39 


.31 
.35 


.28 
.32 


.28 
.32 


.26 




"^ ~^^^ 


.29 




V/ ^—^ 




J 


D 


.48 


.43 


.39 


.42 


.38 


.35 


.35 


.32 








y 


C 


.51 


.46 


.42 


.44 


.40 


.37 


.37 


.34 




Glass Enclosing Globes 




^^ 


B 


.55 


.50 


.46 


.48 


.44 


.41 


.39 


.37 


No. 35 


MF .70 




A 


.57 


.53 


.49 


.50 


.46 


.43 


.41 


.39 








.T 


.31 


.29 


.26 


.28 


.26 


.24 


.24 


.23 










I 


.38 


.36 


.34 


.35 


.33 


.31 


.31 


.28 










/^"^ 


H 


.42 


.39 


.38 


.37 


.36 


.35 


.34 


.33 






^ 




V^V ) 


G 


.45 


.43 


.41 


.42 


.39 


.37 


.36 


.35 






^ 


-V'-^ 


F 


.48 


.45 


.43 


.43 


.41 


.39 


.38 


.37 






feo] 


E 


.54 


.49 


.48 


.46 


.44 


.42 


.41 


.39 






V 


J 


D 


.55 


.53 


.50 


.49 


.47 


.45 


.42 


.42 




Open Top Opaque Sides 




^ 


C 


.58 


.56 


.53 


.51 


.49 


.47 


.44 


.43 




Louvered Bottom 






B 


.61 


.58 


.56 


.53 


.51 


.49 


.45 


.44 


No. 36 


MF -70 




A 


.62 


.59 


.58 


.55 


.53 


.51 


.47 


.45 








J 


.28 


.24 


.22 


.24 


.22 


.20 


.20 


.18 




1 




I 


.34 


.30 


.29 


.30 


.27 


.26 


,25 


.23 






/^^ 


H 


.38 


.35 


.32 


.33 


.30 


.29 


.28 


.26 




^^•c:^**-*JL^ 


(aOVo) 


G 


.41 


.38 


.36 


.36 


.34 


.32 


.30 


.29 




^^^^S^^y^^^T^ 


F 


.44 


.41 


.38 


.38 


.36 


.34 


.32 


.30 




^^^=^^<£ia^g|]^^ 


/ 1 \ 


E 


.48 


.45 


.42 


.42 


.39 


.37 


.34 


.33 






f40%J 


D 


.52 


.48 


.45 


.44 


.42 


.40 


.37 


.36 




Open Top Plastic Sides 


^^ 


C 


.54 


.50 


.47 


.46 


.44 


.42 


.38 


.37 




Louvered Bottom 




B 


.57 


.53 


.51 


.48 


.46 


.44 


.40 


.39 


No. 37 










MF .70 






A 


.58 


.55 


.53 


.50 


.48 


.46 


.41 


.40 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



19 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

UTILIZATION FACTORS 



Lummoire 



Dtfttribt/tion 



Room 

Inden 



Ceiling 75% 



C«i(iAO 50% 



Wolls 



Walii 



i 



Cgili f>9 30% 
Walls 



50% 30% 10% 50% 30% ' 10% 30% 10% 




Open Grid, Deep louver 



No. 38 



MF .70 





No. 39 



Unthietded Grid, Slimline 



MF .75 




J 

I 

H 
G 
F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



.24 
.29 
.32 
36 
.38 

.41 
.44 
46 
.48 
.50 



.21 
.27 
.30 
.33 
.35 

.38 
.41 
.43 
.46 
.48 



.20 
.25 
.28 
.31 
.33 

.36 
.39 
.41 
.44 
.46 



21 

25 

.28 

.31 

32 

.35 
37 
.38 
.40 
.42 



.19 
.23 
.26 
.28 
.30 

.33 
.35 
.36 
.38 

.40 



.18 
.22 
.25 
.27 
.29 

.31 
.34 
.35 
.37 
.38 



J 
I 

H 

G 
F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



.29 

.37 
.41 
.46 
.50 

55 
.59 
.62 
.67 
.70 



.23 
.31 
.36 
.41 

.44 

.49 
.54 
.58 
.63 
.65 



19 
.27 
.32 

36 
.39 

.45 
.50 
.54 
.59 
.62 



.2ft 
33 
.36 
.40 
.43 

.48 
.52 
.54 
58 
.61 



.21 
.28 
.32 
.36 
.39 

44 
.48 

.SO 
.5S 
.57 



.18 
.24 
.29 
.32 
.35 

.40 
.45 
.48 
.52 

.54 




No. 40 



Open Top, Plastic Sidei 
louvered Bottom 



MF ,70 




J 
I 

H 
G 
F 

E 
D 
C 
B 



.26 
.32 

37 
.40 
.42 

.46 
.50 
.52 
.55 
57 



.23 
.29 
.33 
.36 
.39 

.43 
.46 
.48 
.52 

.54 



.21 

.27 
.31 
.34 
.36 

.40 
.43 

.45 
.49 
.51 



.23 

.28 

31 

34 

.36 

.40 

.42 

.44 

.46 

48 



.21 
.26 
.29 
.31 
.33 

.37 
.39 
.41 
.44 
.45 



.19 
.24 
.27 
.30 
.32 

.35 
.38 
.39 
.42 
.43 





Gloss Enclosing or Louvered 



No. 41 



MF .65 




J 
I 

H 

G 

F 



.24 
.29 
.33 
.37 
.40 



E 


.44 


D 


.47 


C 


50 


B 


.53 


A 


.56 



.20 
.25 
.29 
.33 
.35 

.40 
.43 
.46 
.50 
.51 



.17 
.23 
.26 
.30 
.32 

.36 

.40 
.42 
.47 
.49 



.21 
.26 
28 
.32 
.34 

.37 

.40 

42 

.44 
.47 



.17 
.22 
.26 
.28 
.30 

.34 
.37 
.39 

.42 

44 



.15 
.20 
.23 
.26 
.28 

.31 
.34 
.36 
.40 

41 




No. 42 



Suspended Box Type 
Glass Sides and Bottom 



MF .65 




J 

I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



.24 
.29 
.33 
.36 
.39 

.42 

.46 

48 

51 

.52 



.21 
.26 
.30 
.33 
.36 

.39 
.42 
.44 
.48 
.50 



.19 
.24 
.28 
.31 
.33 

.37 
.40 
.42 
.45 
.48 



.21 
.26 
.28 
.31 
.33 

.36 
.38 
.40 
.42 
.43 



.19 
.23 
.26 
.28 
.30 

.33 
.36 
.37 
.40 
.41 



.17 
.22 
.24 
.27 
.29 

.31 
.34 
.35 
.38 
.40 




No. 43 



Open Top, Gloss Sides 
Louvered Bottom 



MF 70 




J 

I 

H 

G 

F 

E 
D 
C 
B 

A 



26 
.33 
.36 

.40 
.43 

.48 
51 

.54 

.57 

59 



.23 
.29 
.33 
.36 
.39 

.44 
.47 
.50 
.53 

56 



.20 
.26 
.30 
.34 
.36 

.40 
.44 
.46 
.51 
53 



.23 
28 
.29 
.34 
.36 

40 

.43 

45 

.47 
49 



.20 
.25 
.28 
.31 
.33 

.37 
.40 
.42 
.45 

.47 



.18 
.23 
.26 
.29 
.31 

.35 
.38 

.40 
.43 

.44 



.18 
.21 
.23 
25 
.26 

.28 
.30 
.31 
.32 
.33 



.19 
.26 
.29 
.32 
.34 

.39 
.43 
.45 
.48 
.50 



.19 
.23 
.26 
.28 
.30 

.32 
.34 
.35 
.37 
.39 



.15 
.20 
.22 
.24 
.26 

.29 
.32 
.33 
.35 

.37 



.17 
.21 
.23 
.25 
.26 

.29 
.31 
.32 
.33 
.35 



.18 
.22 
.25 
.27 
.29 

32 

.34 

36 

.37 

39 



.16 
.20 
.22 
.24 
.25 

.27 
.29 
.30 
.31 
.32 



16 
.22 
.26 
.29 
.32 

36 
.41 
.43 
.47 

48 



17 
21 
24 
26 
28 

30 
33 
34 
36 
.37 



14 
18 
20 
23 
23 

27 
30 
31 
34 
.35 



.15 
.19 
.21 
.24 
.25 

.27 
.29 
.30 
.32 
33 



.16 
.20 
.23 
.26 
.27 

.30 
.33 
.34 
.36 

38 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



20 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 

UTrilZATION FACTORS 





Lummoire 








Room 
Index 


Ceiling 75% 


Ceiling 50% 


Ceiling 


30% 




Distribution 




Walls 




Wallf 


Wq 


lit 




50% 


30% 


10% 


50% 


30% 


10% 


30% ' 


10% 




\ 






J 


.23 


.19 


.18 


.18 


.17 


.16 


.16 


.14 




^#Y \ 








I 


.27 


.24 


.23 


.24 


.21 


.20 


.19 


.18 




^^vf'l^^^Y^^^^^ \ 




^ 


•\ 


H 


.30 


.28 


.26 


.26 


.24 


.23 


.21 


.20 




^^^S^^j^^ ' \ 




( 45 Y, ^ 


G 


.34 


.31 


.29 


.29 


.26 


.25 


.23 


.22 




^^^^^^^K \ 




V *^ M 


F 


.36 


.33 


.31 


.30 


.28 


.27 


.24 


.23 




^^^^^j^K l\ 




/ \ 


E 


.39 


.37 


.34 


.33 


.30 


.29 


.26 


.25 




^^^^^^\^^^\ 




pvl 


D 


.42 


.39 


.37 


.35 


.33 


.31 


.28 


.27 




^^^ \ 






l7 


C 


.44 


.41 


.39 


.36 


.34 


.33 


.29 


.28 


No. 44 


open Top — White Glass Sides 
Louvercd BoKom 


MF .70 




/ 


B 

A 


.47 
.48 


.44 
.46 


.42 

.44 


.38 
.40 


.36 
.38 


.35 
.36 


.30 
.31 


.29 

.30 








a 


J 


.21 


.17 


.14 


.18 


.15 


.12 


.12 


.10 




^^^i^^l^*^*.^ k 






-^ 


I 


.27 


.22 


.20 


.23 


.19 


.16 


.16 


.14 


/ 


''''''^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^''^''''.^ 1 






\ 


H 


.30 


.26 


.23 


.25 


.22 


.19 


.19 


.16 


( 


''.^^S^S*??^^^;"^^^ """^ 


.i..,.,^^^ 


( 50% 1 


G 


.34 


.30 


.26 


.29 


.25 


.22 


.21 


.19 




^- 1 ■ r^'^^ f^iMEJfa^r^ ^^^T^mJi — ' 


.y^' 




/ 


F 
E 


.37 
.41 


.32 
.37 


.29 
.34 


.31 

.34 


.27 
.31 


.24 
.28 


.22 

.25 


.21 




, \ 


.24 








( 1 ^ 
[ 307J 


D 
C 


.45 
.48 


.41 

.44 


.37 
.40 


.37 
.39 


.34 
.36 


.31 
.34 


.28 
.30 


.27 
.28 


No. 45 


Open Top — Plastic Sides 
Louvered Bottom 


MF 70 




B 
A 


.52 
.54 


.48 

.50 


.45 
.47 


.42 
.44 


.39 

.41 


.37 
.39 


.32 

.34 


.31 
.32 








i 


J 


.21 


.17 


.15 


.16 


.14 


.12 


.12 


.09 












I 


.26 


.22 


.20 


.21 


.18 


.16 


.15 


.13 




dm 




/-^ 


^^^-^ 


H 


.29 


.26 


.23 


.23 


.20 


.19 


.17 


.15 




ilA 




\ j; 


Ir ) 


G 


.33 


.28 


.26 


.26 


.23 


.21 


.18 


.17 




.^---^^ w--^ 




vr^ 


F 
E 


.36 
.39 


.32 
.36 


.28 
.32 


.28 
.31 


.25 
.28 


.23 
.26 


.20 
.22 


.20 




\^~ — ^~ * ~ — ''^i 






^^S ~^^ 


/ 


\ 


.20 




^^^^^'<Z^>^ 




f 




D 


.43 


.38 


.36 


.33 


.30 


.28 


.24 


.22 








kl 


J 


C 


.45 


.41 


.38 


.35 


.32 


.30 


.25 


.24 


No. 46 


Gloss or Plostic 


MF .65 


20% 


B 
A 


.48 
.51 


.46 
.48 


.42 
.45 


.37 
.40 


.35 
.37 


.34 
.35 


.27 
.28 


.26 
.27 










J 


.24 


.20 


.19 


.19 


.17 


.16 


.14 


.13 








1 


I 


.30 


.26 


.24 


.24 


.22 


.20 


.18 


.16 




A 




6?% 


H 


.33 


.30 


.28 


.26 


.24 


.22 


.20 


.18 




i\ 




r"^x/^ 


G 


.37 


.34 


.31 


.30 


.27 


.25 


.22 


.20 




^.JSk^^ 




s^ 


F 


.40 


.36 


.33 


.32 


.29 


.27 


.23 


.22 








1 


\ 


£ 


.44 


.40 


.38 


.35 


.32 


.30 


.25 


.24 




^■"^^Jcz^^-sL--^ 




\ 


J 


D 


.48 


.44 


.41 


.37 


.34 


.33 


.27 


.26 


No. 47 


Semi-Sifvered Bowl 


n c ^rt 


20 




C 
B 


.50 
.54 


.46 
.50 


.44 
.48 


.39 

.41 


.36 
.39 


.34 
.37 


.28 
.30 


.27 
.28 




MF .70 




A 


.56 


.52 


.50 


.43 


.41 


.39 


.31 


.30 




* A 






J 


.16 


.13 


.11 


.12 


.10 


.08 


.07 


.06 




pK ^ v\ 








I 


.21 


.17 


.15 


.16 


.13 


.11 


.08 


.08 




vf\y\ \A< \ 






"^ 


H 


.24 


.20 


.18 


.17 


.15 


.13 


.11 


.09 




viL \ \\\ \ 






\ 


G 


.27 


.23 


.20 


.20 


.17 


.15 


.12 


.11 




\\ \ W ^ 


^ 


( *'^°/'' 1 


F 


.30 


.26 


.22 


.22 


.19 


.17 


.13 


.12 




\v\ \\ 


\ 




E 


.33 


.30 


.27 


.24 


.21 


.20 


.15 


.14 




W \ \ n\ 


\ 




D 


.37 


.33 


.30 


.26 


.24 


.22 


.17 


.16 




\> \ \ '^ 


\ 


10% 


C 


.40 


.35 


.32 


.28 


.26 


.24 


.18 


.17 




\ 




B 


.43 


.39 


.36 


.30 


.28 


.27 


.19 


.18 


No. 48 


Plastic Bowi 


MF .65 




A 


.45 


.41 


.39 


.33 


.30 


.28 


.21 


.19 










J 


.18 


.14 


.13 


.13 


.11 


.09 


.08 


.07 




1! 1 




.^^^^^ 




I 


.23 


.19 


.17 


.17 


.14 


.12 


.09 


.07 




A 1 




r\, 


^^ 


H 


.26 


.22 


.20 


.19 


.16 


.14 


.12 


.10 




fl A 




1 ^ 


I 


G 


.30 


.25 


.22 


.21 


.19 


.17 


.13 


.12 




c:===:^ <r^ 


"^ 


\ 70 


% / 


F 


.32 


.28 


.25 


.24 


.21 


.19 


.14 


.13 




X«X N^ 


r 


N-r^ 


E 


.36 


.32 


.29 


.27 


.23 


.21 


.16 


.15 




^^^ ^^ 




M^* 


D 


.40 


.35 


.32 


.29 


.26 


.24 


.18 


.17 




>^ 




t<i% 


C 


.42 


.38 


.35 


.30 


.28 


.26 


.19 


.18 


No. 49 


Gloss or Plostic Bowls 


MF .65 


w ^ 


B 

A 


.46 
.48 


.42 
.44 


.40 

.42 


.33 

.35 


.31 
.32 


.29 
.31 


.21 

.24 


.20 
.21 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



21 



LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 



UTJUZATION FACTORS 





















Room 


C 


eiling 75% 


Ce 


iling 50% 
Walls 


Ceiling 
Wo 


30% 




Luminoire 


Distribution 




Walls 




ills 






» 






iriu V A 


50% 


30% 


' 10% 


50% ! 


30% 


10% 


30% 1 


10% 














J 


.12 


.09 


.08 


.08 


.07 


.05 


.04 


.03 






^^____^__ 








I 


.15 


.12 


.11 


.10 


.08 


.07 


.05 


.04 






_,^ 






60-;, 


H 


.17 


.15 


.13 


.11 


.10 


.08 


.06 


.05 




/k — 






G 


.20 


.17 


.15 


.14 


.11 


.10 


.07 


.06 




i3 








F 


.22 


.19 


.17 


.15 


.13 


.11 


.07 


.07 












E 


.25 


.22 


.20 


.17 


.14 


.13 


.08 


.08 












oVp 


D 


.27 


.24 


.22 


.18 


.16 


.15 


.09 


.09 












C 


.29 


.26 


.24 


.19 


.17 


.16 


.10 


.10 


No. 50 


Fluorescent Cove 


MF 


.60 




B 
A 


.32 
.34 


.30 
.31 


.28 
.29 


.21 
.23 


.20 
.21 


.19 

.20 


.11 
.12 


.11 
.11 














J 


.08 


.06 


.05 


.05 


.04 


.04 


.02 


.02 














I 


.10 


.08 


.07 


.07 


.06 


.05 


.03 


.03 






__-^ — ^^^ 








H 


.12 


.10 


.09 


.08 


.06 


.06 


.04 


.03 






L C^^^^^^^^^^ 






40°,, 


G 


.13 


.11 


.10 


.09 


.08 


.07 


.04 


.04 




^-^^^ 








F 


.15 


.13 


.11 


.10 


.08 


.08 


.05 


.04 




I 






E 


.17 


.15 


.13 


.11 


.10 


.09 


.06 


.05 










D 


.18 


.16 


.15 


.12 


.11 


.10 


.06 


.06 










C 


.19 


.18 


.16 


.13 


.12 


.11 


.07 


.06 


No 51 


Open Fluorescent Cove 


MF 


.^5 




B 
A 


.21 
.22 


.20 
.21 


.18 
.20 


.14 
.15 


.13 

.14 


.12 
.13 


.08 
.08 


.07 
.08 












J 


.15 


.12 


.10 


.10 


.08 


.07 


.04 


.04 










# 


I 


.19 


.15 


.14 


.13 


.10 


.09 


.06 


.05 


- 


ii 11 










H 


.22 


.18 


.16 


.14 


.12 


.10 


.08 


.06 




i m 






On 


,^-A 


G 


.25 


.21 


.18 


.17 


.14 


.13 


.08 


.08 




"^1^ ^^ 


^ 




V 


Q 


F 
E 


.27 
.31 


.24 
.27 


.21 
.25 


.19 
.21 


.16 
.18 


.14 
.16 


.09 

.10 


.08 
.10 




^^^ m 


^ 






D 


.34 


.30 


.28 


.22 


.20 


.19 


.12 


.11 






^^ 




o'% 


C 


.36 


.33 


.30 


.24 


.22 


.20 


.13 


.12 


No. 52 


Open Indirect Bowl 


MF 


.40 


B 
A 


.40 
.42 


.37 
.39 


.34 
.37 


-26 
.28 


.25 
.26 


.23 
.25 


.14 
.16 


.14 
.14 












J 


.16 


.12 


.11 


.10 


.08 


.07 


.05 


.04 




1 11 








I 


.20 


.16 


.14 


.14 


.11 


.09 


.06 


.06 




^ ti 1 






[ 




H 


.23 


.20 


.17 


.15 


.13 


.11 


.08 


.06 


1 


^^B^ C"^ 


^ 




J^"^ 


— ^Sw 


G 


.27 


.23 


.20 


.18 


.15 


.14 


.09 


.08 






_^ 




(80% ) 


F 
E 


.29 
.33 


.25 
.29 


.22 
.26 


.20 
.22 


.17 
.19 


.15 

.18 


.10 
.11 


.09 
.10 




^^^^ 








D 


.36 


.32 


.30 


.24 


.22 


.20 


.13 


.12 










C 


.39 


.35 


.32 


.26 


.23 


.21 


.14 


.13 












B 


.43 


.40 


.37 


.28 


.26 


.25 


.15 


.14 




Indirect 








A 


.45 


.42 


.39 


.30 


.28 


.26 


.17 


.15 


No. 53 




MF.60 


_ 






























J 


.17 


.13 


.11 


.11 


.09 


.08 


.05 


.04 




II 








I 


.21 


.17 


.15 


.14 


.12 


.10 


.07 


.06 




nx /U 






1, 

85% 

CD 


H 


.25 


.21 


.18 


.16 


.14 


.12 


.08 


.07 




m ^ 






G 


.28 


.24 


.21 


.20 


.16 


.14 


.09 


.08 




J^ 


«i 


r5 




F 

E 
D 


.31 

.35 

.39 


.27 

.31 
.34 


.23 

.28 
.31 


.21 

.24 
.26 


.18 

.20 

.23 


.16 

.19 

.21 


.10 

.12 
.14 


.09 


<4 




^ ^ 


.11 




^19^ 




.13 










C 


.41 


.37 


.34 


.27 


.25 ■ 


.23 


.14 


.14 


No. 54 




Si 


Iver 


Bowl Lamps 


MF 


.70 






B 
A 

* 


.46 
.48 


.42 

.44 


.39 

.42 


.30 
.32 


.28 
.30 


.26 

.28 


.16 
.18 


.15 
.16 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL HI ELECTRIC 



22 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "STATESMAN 



If 




Ceiling Type Statesmon 



The StatesmanI is a superb new luminaire that is 
beyond all comparison for lighting effectiveness and 
architectural beauty. Gracefully proportioned and 
modern in design, this luminaire is suitable for 
general and private offices, stores, schools, drafting 
rooms, banks, libraries . . . and other commercial 
applications where efficient lighting of the semi- 
direct t\ pe is desired. 

The Statesman is equipped with a new curved- 
type Holophane Controlens which collects the light 
from the lamps and bends it downward in an inten- 
sive pattern, producing maximum illumination over 
the useful areas. This bending action eliminates 
all glare at normal viewing angles. Even in large 
rooms, this shielding feature prevents any possi- 
bility of cumulative glare which ordinarily results 



from the use of many light sources. The upper re- 
fracting lenses spread an appreciable amount of 
illumination across the ceiling to furnish a luminous 
background for the lighting system. This helps to 
soften shadows and reduces brightness contrasts 
within the field of view. 

The Statesman is designed to take two, three or 
four 40 watt fluorescent lamps. It is available in 
two models: the Ceiling Type and the Suspension 
Type. Each model may be installed in continuous 
runs if desired. 

Luminaires for 25 cycle operation may be obtain- 
ed with opaque metal top panels in place of the 
upper refracting lenses. See catalogue specifications 
below. 



NOTE: When ordering Susp>ension Type. spcHfy as two items, namely: Ceiling Type and Rod Hanger. 

•hase. 
Tiljjig"- 1-" — !; onlv, ceiling to top of fixture. Overall suspension to bottom of fixture, 32 inches. 
For ad length hanger, add $1.00 per foot, or fraction. 

FLvtures lot 06?^ cycle operation available at same price as 60 cycle fixtures. Cat. 9110-0, etc. 
Lamps are not included in prices. ^Manufactured under Holophane license. 



GLASS TOP PANELS 


METAL TOP PAh 


lELS 

Each 


Lomp 
Wotts 


Description 


line 
Voltage 


Approx. 

Watts 

Consumed 


Dimensions (IncF 


les) 


Ship. 


Cat. No. 


Price Each 


1 

Cot. No. Price 


Lengfti 


Width 


Depth 


Wt 












60 CYCLE 














9110-A 


$72 00 
80 00 
85 00 








2-40 
3-40 

4-40 


Ceiling Type 
Ceiling Type 
Ceiling Type 


110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


97 

143 
194 


48 H 
48 H 


14 U 

14M 
14»< 


8-2 
8H 


60 


Slll-A 




65 


9112-A 


1 




70 


25 CYCLE 


9110-B 
9112-B 


80 00 
99 00 


I 9110-BM $€0 

9111-BM 72 

1 9112-BM 80 


00 
00 
00 


2-40 
3-40 
4-40 


Ceiling Type 
Ceiling Type 
Ceiling Type 


110-125 

*208 
110-125 


106 
140 
212 


48 H 
48 H 
48 H 


14 K 
14^ 
14j^ 


8V2 
8H 


70 
74 
90 










R 


OO HANGER 


tNLY 












9199 


3 30 


1 ... 


. . . . 


1 .... 






. . . 


.... 


.... 


24t 


3 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL i& ELECTRIC 



•n' 



23 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "STATESMAN" 




Suspeniion Type Statesman 



Construction 

Heavy gauge metal, finished in baked uliitt- 
enamel, is used throughout. All auxiliary equip- 
ment is mounted in the housing for ease of installa- 
tion and maintenance. One piece reflector is easily 
detached from housing by two wing nuts, without 
disturbing wiring. The housing is ventilated to 
ensure proper cooling of the ballasts. Lamps can 
quickly be replaced by slipping out the four lenses. 
All glass parts are carefully fitted so as to exclufle 
the collection of dust from the inside of the unit. 
Stamped canopy and stems are finished in satin 
alumilite. 

Auxiliory Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired, complete with FS-40 
Watch Dog starters and approved high power factor 
ballasts which reduce stroboscopic effects to a 
minimum. 



Description of Controlens 

The lower refracting glass member consists of 
four Holophane Controlens butted together so as 
to function as one continuous lens. Proi>erly 

aligned with the lamjis, this (^jntrolens directs 70% 
of the light which it intercepts into the useful 
0-60 degree zone. The result is a highly efficient 
production of illumination and a notable absence of 
glare. 

The upper glass member has a double function; 
i.e., that of a reflector to augment the light directed 
from the lamps to the Controlens and. thus, add 
to the downward component of the unit; and that 
of a refractor which, permitting certain light rays to 
pass through, spreads them widely across the 
ceiling so as to furnish a luminous background to 
the unit. 




Conlirruoui Mounting of Ceiling Type 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



24 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "STATESMAN 



If 



mou^f ***<:, ST«A* 



VftMTS 

BALLAftT 






Lew4 




fcOW»r"fn - BTWAr 



Crosi Section of No. 9112 

Distribution 

Distribution of these units is intensive, with 
70% of the total output directed into the useful 
0-60 degree zone and 19% upward toward the ceiling. 

Spacing 

Because of today's demands for Ingh illumination 
levels, fluorescent units are usually closely spaced or 
ganged together in continuous runs. Maximum 
permissible spacing is, therefore, of little interest 
except where uniform illumination of a low level is 
required. In that case, the units may be spaced 
as far apart as t.25 times their mounting height 
above the work. 

Brightness 

The brightness of these units in the glare zone is 
very low. Typical values in candle power per 
square inch are: 





60° 


70^ 


80" 


No 9110 


11 

1.2 
2.1 


6 

8 
1.1 


0.6 


No. 9111 

No. 9112 


0.7 
1.0 




Plan Showing Mounting Chgnnel 

Installation ) 

A removable steel channel, 3 inches wide and 32 
inches long, acts as the backbone of the luminaire 
and is used for direct attachment to the ceiling or 
supporting stems. Luminaire secures to channel 
by means of four weld bolts and wing nuts. 

Continuous Mounting 

To mount in continuous rows, remove knockouts 
from end plates and fasten luminaires together by 
nipple and locknuts. 

Maintenance 

To restore Holophane Prismatic Glassware to its 
high initial operating efficiency is as simple as this: 

1. Dip the glassware in an Oakite (or any common 
cleaning powder) and water solution. While the 
glassware is in the Oakite, very best results will be 
had if the glassware is scrubbed with a brush. 

2. Rinse in clear water. 3. Set in a clean place to 
dry. (With a cleaning project of any size, the 
first lens will be dry by the time the last one gets 
out of the rinse.) 



ILIUMINATION PERFORMANCE 






Ceiling 


Ceiling 




75% 1 


50% 


Index 


Walli 


Wolli 




50% 
.32 


30% 
.27 


50% 
.30 


30% 


J 


.27 


I 


.38 


.35 


.36 


.34 


H 


.41 


.38 


.40 


.37 


G 


.45 


.42 


.43 


.41 


F 


.48 


.46 


.45 


.43 


E 


.51 


.49 


.49 


.47 


D 


.55 


.51 


.52 


.49 


C 


.57 


.54 


.54 


.52 


B 


.59 


.57 


.55 


.54 


A 


.61 


.58 


.57 


.55 



Room 
Index 


Ceiling 

75% 


Ceiling 
50% 


Walls 


Walls 




50% 
.29 


30% 
.26 


50% 
.28 


30% 


J 


.26 


1 


.35 


.32 


.33 


.31 


H 


.38 


.35 


.37 


.35 


G 


,41 


.38 


.39 


.37 


F 


.43 


.41 


.41 


.39 


E 


.46 


.45 


.43 


.42 


D 


.49 


.47 


.47 


.44 


C 


.50 


.48 


.48 


-47 


B 


.52 


.50 


.50 


.48 


A 


.54 


.S3 


.51 


.50 





Ceiling 


Ceiling 


Room 
Index 


75% 


50% 


Walls 


Wolls 




50% 
.28 


30% 
.25 


50% 
.27 


30% 


J 


.25 


I 


.35 


.32 


.32 


.30 


H 


,37 


.35 


.36 


.34 


G 


.40 


.38 


.39 


.36 


F 


.43 


.40 


.41 


.39 


E 


.46 


.44 


.43 


.41 


D 


.49 


.47 


.46 


.44 


C 


.50 


.48 


.47 


.45 


B 


.52 


.49 


.49 


.47 


A 


.53 


.51 


.50 


.48 



DistribuHon Curve — No. 9111 



UtiliioHon Foctori — No. 9110 



Ufiliiafrion Foctors — No. 9111 



Utiliiotion Foctors — No. 9112 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL & ELECTRIC 



25 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "RECESSED STATESMAN 



19 




1 



'■'-- '-^''frVM 



Recessed Statesman — Individual Mounting 




HOLia(*>4ANe • cQHTiv>i.e*<s 



Cross Section of No. 3045 



The recessed Statesman is exceptionally modern 
and attractive in appearance. The curved type 
Holophane Controlens directs the light to the 
working plane at high efficiency and with uniform 
low brightness. A small portion of the light is 



directed to the ceiling, in order to reduce brightness 
ratios. This luminaire may be installed as individual 
units, or to give unbroken lines of light. 

Reflectors are accurately contoured for correct 
lamp focusing. Lamps can quickly be replaced by 
tilting out the four Holophane Controlens, The 
luminaire can be installed in very shallow^ recesses 
as the depth of the housing is only 5}^ inches. 

Housing is of heavy gauge steel with a removable 
reflector which permits access to the ballast and 
wiring. Knockouts are provided at top and ends. 
End plates are separate and are fastened to housing 
by two bolts. F^ace plates and reflecting surfaces 
are finished in baked white enamel; exposed portion 
of end plates is polished cast aluminum. Luminaire 
is supplied wired, complete with FS'40 starters and 
approved high power factor ballasts. 



*3- phase. 

For 66H cycle operaiion. specify No. 3044-C or 3045'C. and use 60 cycle prices. 

Lamps are not included in pi ices 





Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Watts 


Description 


Line 
Voltage 


Approx. 

Warn 

Consumed 


Recessing Dimemions 


(Inches) 


Foce 

Plate 

Width 


Ship. 


Cat. No. 


Length Width 


Depth 


Wt 








60 CYCLE 










3044-A 
3045-A 


$68 00 
78 00 


2-40 
3-40 


Basic Unit 
Basic Unit 


110-125 
110-125 


97 
143 


48 12 
48 12 




15H 

isH 


50 
54 








25 CYCLE 










3044-B 
3045-B 


76 00 
90 00 


2-40 
3-40 


Basic Unit 
Basic Unit 


110-125 
*208 


106 
140 


48 
48 


12 
12 


SH 


15% 

isH 


60 
65 








ACCESSORIES 










3046 
3059 


3 10 
3 60 


End plate, included in illus 
Hanger bracket. Must be 


tration. Must be specil 
specified separately. 


led separately. 






5 
3 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL i^ ELECTRIC 



26 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "RECESSED STATESMAN" 

COMPONENT PARTS 



BASIC-UNIT 

cat: N 0:30-4 4- 



HANGER- BRACKET 
cat: no: 3059 




REFLECTOR • PLATE 



END-PLATE 
CAT* NO*. 5046. 



SUGGESTED INSTALLATION METHODS 






Showing meihod of tnstolling gniH by 
fastening directly to side fronting memberi. 



Showing method of installation using hanger 

assembly No. 3059 attached to wood 

fromtng member^ 



Showing method of instollotion using hanger 

assembly No. 3059 attached to channel iron 

framing member. 



The recessed Statesman includes hangers and end 
plates to meet a variety of ceiling conditions. Their 
use will simplify installation and insure satisfactory 
lighting results. The exploded view tells at a 
glance how these component parts are assembled. 
Several methods of hanging arc |>ossible» but the use 
of hanger assembly, Cat. 3059, is recommended, 

In single unit installations, either two light or 
three light, the basic unit, Cat. No. 3044 or 3045, 
must be equipped with two end plates. Cat. No. 3046, 
and with two hanger assemblies, Cat. Xo. 3059 
which are optional. 

In continuous row installations the basic unit 



Cat. Xo. 3044 or 3045 requires one end plate Cat. 
Xo. 3046 at each end of the row, making two in all. 
The number of hanger assemblies (^at. Xo. 3059 will 
be one more than the number of basic units in the 
row as shown in the spacing guide on the next page. 

Since there is no end plate used between adjoin- 
ing units in a continuous row, a connecting strap is 
provided across each end of the housing. Two 
slotted holes are provided in each strap by which 
adjoining units may be bolted together. At the end 
unit in each row, the end plate Cat. Xo. 3046 is 
attached to this connecting strap before the unit is 
set in place. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



17 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "RECESSED STATESMAN 



ff 



y 





I 



Extended Run (8 feel) Consisling of Two Recejsed Srateiman Luminoires 




*t ^CeNTRE'LlNE-OF-MANGEr^-BRACKET-CAT'- NO'. 30S9 
Spacing Gutd« for Hanger Bracket No. 3059 in Continuous Rotvj 



Spacing 

Because of today's demand for high illumination 
levels, fluorescent imits are usually closely spaced 
or ganged together in continuous runs. Maximum 
permissible spacing is, therefore, of little interest 
except where uniform illumination of a low level 
is required. In that case, the units may be spaced 
as far apart as 1.25 limes their mounting height 
above the work. 



Brightness 

The Ijrightness of these units in the glare zone is 
very low. Typical \alues in candle power per 
brightest square inch projected area are: 



Angle from vertical 


60° 


ro° 


80* 


No. 3044 
No. 3045 


1 8 
2.2 


9 

1 1 


7 

1 



ILLUMINATION PERFORMANCE 




A. Distribufion Curve No. 3044 

B. Distribution Curve No. 3045 





Ceiling 7S% 


Ceiling 50% 


Room 


Waltj 


Walli 


Index 


50% 

35 

.41 
.45 
.48 
.51 
.54 
57 
.60 
.61 
.62 


30% 

.32 
39 

.42 
.45 
49 
52 
55 
57 
59 
60 


10% 


50% 


30% 


10% 


J 
I 

H 
G 
F 
E 
D 
C 
B 
A 


.30 

38 

41 

>l43 

.45 

.50 
S3 

.54 
56 
58 


34 

41 

44 

.47 

49 

53 

56 

.57 

.58 

.60 


32 

39 

.43 

45 

47 

51 

54 

.55 

.57 

.58 


29 
37 
41 
44 

.46 

.50 
53 

.54 
56 

.57 





Ceiling 75% 


Ceiling 50% 


Room 


Walls 


Walls 


index f 


0% 
32 


30% 
29 


10% 


5J% 


30% 


10% 


i 


28 


31 


29 


.28 


I 


39 


36 


35 


38 


35 


.34 


H 


42 


39 


38 


41 


39 


.38 


G 


45 


.43 


.41 


44 


42 


.41 


F 


47 


45 


43 


.46 


44 


.43 


E 


50 


48 


46 


49 


48 


46 


D 


S3 


51 


49 


.52 


.50 


49 


C 


55 


53 


.50 


54 


51 


.50 


B 


56 


55 


53 


55 


53 


52 


A 


59 


56 


55 


56 


55 


S3 



Utiliiotfon Foctor* — No. 3044 



Utilization Factor* — No, 3045 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



28 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "GRENADIER 



If 




Grenadier II — Eight Foot Canopy Type 



Grenadiers provide a type of diffused lighting 
which is generally recognized to be efficient. Diffu- 
sion is secured and the surface brightness of the 
lamps is masked by a well designed louver which 
provides 35° shielding normal to the lamp and 25° 
parallel. The metal-framed plastic side panels and 
optional top reflector plates described below, com- 
plete the requirement of controlling the light and 
directing it where it is desired. 

Two models are available: the Grenadier II, 
which utilizes two 40 \V. fluorescent lamps in each 
4' section; and the Grenadier IV using four 40 W. 
lamps in each 4 ' section. Both models can be used 
together, since they are alike except for width. 
Grenadier II is available in three styles: Stem, 
Canopy and On-Ceiling types. Grenadier IV is 
available in Stem and On-Ceiling types only. Each 
type may be installed in continuous runs if desired. 



The On-Ceiling type of installation is particularly 
desirable in rooms with lower ceiling heights. The 
Canopy type of suspension is recommended for 
rooms having average height ceilings and the Stem 
type of suspension accommodates rooms with higher 
ceilings. On the latter two models the distribution 
of light may be regulated to a degree, at your option, 
by specifying that your Grenadiers be furnished: 

1. Without top plate reflectors, thus securing 
approximately 50% of light on the ceiling 
for Grenadier II (55% for Grenadier IV); or 

2. With slotted top plate reflectors which dis- 
tribute about 92% of the light downward 
and 8% up; or 

3. With solid top plate reflectors which dis- 
tribute 100% of the light downward. 

Thus the Grenadier may be used to secure 




Grenodier II — Eight Foot On-Ceiltng Type 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



29 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "GRENADIER" 




Grenodier II — Eight Foot Stem Type 



a satisfactory lighting result under varying room 
conditions. 

All metal parts of the Grenadier are beautifully 
finished in a new, soft, metallic satin. Metal- 
framed plastic side panels become a luminous white 
color when the lamps are turned on. Side panel, 
louver and channel cover are easily removed, thus 
facilitating maintenance. Grenadiers are designed 
with all reflecting surfaces turned downward so that 
they collect a minimum of dust particles. 





Luminaires are supplied wired, complete with 
FS-40 Watch Dog starters and approved tulamp 
high power factor ballasts. They are available 
for 60 cycle 110-125 volt operation only. Overall 
suspension to bottom of reflector : Grenadier 1 1 
— Stem type 24", Canopy type 8H"» On-Ceiling 
type 4^8'' Grenadier IV— Stem type 253^^'', 
On-Ceiling type S^^s". 



Grenadier IV — Fowr Foot Stem Type 



The Single Unit 

Small rooms and corridors frequently require 
single 4' units to match continuous installations in 
large rooms. Grenadier II single units are made in 
Stem » Canopy and On-Ceiling styles. Grenadier 
IV single units are available in Stem and On- 
Ceiling styles. 

Even in the single units, lamps are easy to replace 
as the louver and channel cover are fastened at the 
ends with spring clips and are easily removed when 
clips are released. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



30 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "GRENADIER" 

ORDERING INFORMATION 



Grenadier II 

Continuous runs of the Grendier II are made up 
of bodies, end cap assembly, and either No. 20 strap 
assembly (On^Ceiling Type), No. 23 ceiling canopy 
assembly (Canopy Type) or No. 24 single stem 
assembly (Stem Type). When ordering contmuous 
rows for an installation, specify (for each row) (a) 
one No. 25 end cap assembly, (b) the required num- 
ber of bodies, and (c) the same number plus one of 
No. 20 strap assembly, or No. 23 ceiling canopy 
assembly, or No. 24 single stem assembly. 

For example, if there are six Grenadier II On- 
Ceiling type fixtures in a row, itemize as follows: 

6 — No. GRL-248-B Bodies with louvers and plastic side 

panels. 
7_No. 20 Strap assemblies (Substitute No. 21 for each 

outlet box in run). 
1— No. 25 End cap assembly. 

Or for six Canopy type fixtures in a row: 
5 — No. GRL-248-B Bodies with louvers and plastic side 

panels. 
7 — No. 23 Ceiling canopy assemblies. 
1 — No. 25 End cap assembly. 

Or for six Stem type fixtures in a row: 

6 — No. GRL-248'B Bodies with louvers and plastic side 

panels. 
7 — No. 24 Single stem assemblies. 
1 — No. 25 End Cap assembly. 

The Grenadier II for individual mounting consists 
of one No. GRL-248-B body, one No. 25 end cap 
assembly, and either two No. 20 strap assemblies, 
or one No. 23 ceiling canopy assembly, or one 
No. 22 double stem assembly. 



Top plate reflectors No. 29 and 30 should be 
specified separately when required- 
Grenadier IV 

Continuous runs of the Grenadier IV are made up 
of bodies, end cap assembly, and either No. 40 strap 
assembly (On-Ceiling Type) or No, 44 single stem 
assembly (Stem Type). When ordering continuous 
rows for an installation, specify (for each row) (a) 
one No. 45 end cap assembly, (b) the required number 
of bodies, and (c) the same number plus one of No. 40 
strap assembly or No. 44 single stem assembly. 

For example, if there are six Grenadier IV On- 
Ceiling type fixtures in a row, itemize as follows: 

6 — No. GRL-448-B Bodies with louvers and plastic side 

panels. 
7 — No. 40 Strap assemblies (Substitute No. 41 for each 

outlet box in run), 
1 — No. 45 End cap assembly. 

Or for six Stem type fixtures in a row: 

6^ — No. GRL'448-B Bodies with louvers and plastic side 

panels. 
7 — No. 44 Single stem assemblies. 
1— No. 45 End cap assembly. 

The Grenadier IV for individual mounting con- 
sists of one No. GRL-448-B body, one No. 45 end 
cap assembly, and either two No. 40 strap assem- 
blieSj or one No. 12 double stem assembly* 

Top plate reflectors No. 49 and 50 should be 
specified separately when required. 



•Cat. 

No. 



Price 
Eoch 



Cyclei 



Lamp 
Watts 



Description 



Std 
Susp 



Ship. 
Wt 



GRL-448-B 
40 
41 
12 

44 
45 

16 
49 
SO 



GRENADIER II 



GRL-248-B 


$36 00 


60 


2-40 


Body with louvers and plastic side panels. 


4H' 


36 


20 


40 






On-Ceiling strap assembly. 


'A' 


1 


21 


70 






On-Ceiling outlet box cover assembly. 


H' 


1 


22 


4 70 






Double stem assembly. 


20 ' 


3 


23 


2 30 






Ceiling canopy assembly. 


4 ' 


2 


24 


1 80 






Single Stem assembly. 


20 • 


2 


25 


2 80 






End cap assembly. 




4 


16 


80 






Canopy extension for No. 24 to house switch. 




H 


29 


2 40 






Set of 2 top plate reflectors not pierced. 




4 


30 


2.40 






Set of 2 top plate reflectors pierced. 




4 



163 00 

50 

80 

5 30 

2 20 

3 50 
80 

3 50 
3 50 



60 



4-40 



^Catalogue numberi are for 110-12S volt operation. 

h^mvB are not loduded in pncea. 

For additionaJ length rod hanger, add $1.00 pei foot or fraction. 



GRENADIER rV 



Body with louvers and plastic side panels, 
On-Ceiling strap assembly, 
On-Ceiling outlet box cover assembly- 
Double stem assembly. 

Single stem assembly. 

End cap assembly. 

Canopy extension for No. 44 to house switch. 

Set of 2 top plate reflectors not pierced. 

Set of 2 top plate reflectors pierced. 



20 ' 
20 ' 



45 
1 
1 
3 

2 
S 
1 

4 
4 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



31 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "GRENADIER 

LIGHTING DESIGN DATA 



91 



The tables given below indicate the number of 
square feet allowable per lumlnaire for varying in- 
terior conditions and for specific levels of illumina- 
tion. To find the number of units required to light 
a room, divide the total square foot area by the 
proper figure chosen below. Figures are based on 
present databook ratings for 4500° white lamps.* 
Light finish means a ceiling reflection of 75%, walls 
50%: medium finish indicates ceiling 50%, walls 
30%. Careful use of these data will provide the 
desired result. 



Utilization Factors 

This brings together all of the factors that affect 
the utilization of light. The figure obtained by 
reference to the table (for the type of fixtures used, 
the size and finish of the room in which these are to 
be installed) is the percentage of the lumens given 
out by the lamps that reaches the working plane. 
For example, a Utilization Factor of .40 means that 
40 per cent of the light is useful in producing foot- 
candles and that 60 per cent is absorbed by the walls, 
ceiling and the fixture itself. 



t 



GRENADIER II 





LUMINAIRE 




SQUARE FEET PER LUMtNAIRE 


Lvminaire 
Model 


Loitipi 


M. F. 


Average 

Foofcandlei 

in 

Service 


Large Room 
Width 4 times 
heigKt 


Medium Room 

Width 2 timei 

height 


Small Room 

Width equal* 

height 


tight 
Finish 


Medium 
Finish 


Light 
Finish 


Medium 
Finish 


Light 
Finish 


Medium 
Finish 


Grenadier II 
Stem Type 


Two 

40-W 

Fluorescent 

4500* White* 


0.70 


30 
40 
50 
60 


56 
42 
34 
28 


45 
34 
27 
23 


47 
35 
28 
24 


38 
29 
23 
19 


37 
28 
22 
19 


29 
22 
18 
15 






GRENADIER IV 




LUMrNAIRE 




SQUARE FEET PER lUMINAIRE 


Liiminoire 
Model 


Lamps 


M.F. 


Averoge 

Fodtcondlei 

in 

Service 


Large Room 

Width 4 times 

height 


Medium Room 

Width 2 times 

height 


Small Room 

Width equals 

height 


Light 
Finish 


Medium 
Finish 


Light 
Finish 


Medium 
Finish 


Light 
Finish 


Medium 
Finish 


Grenadier IV 
Stem Type 


Four 

40-W 

Fluorescent 

4500^ White* 


0.70 


30 
40 
50 
60 


106 
79 

64 
53 


84 
63 
51 

42 


88 
66 
53 
44 


71 
53 
42 
35 


69 
51 
41 
34 


55 
41 
33 
27 



♦Squere feet per luminajre valuei will be 10 per cent higher for 3500** white lamps. 9 per cent lower for daytinht tamp§. and IS per cent towor for toft 
wnite iaixpA. 



GRENADIER II— UTILIZATION FACTORS 



GRENADIER IV— UTILIZATION FACTORS 



Distribution 



MF = ,70 

Grenadier II 

Stem Type 



t 



39.1% 
38.8% 



\ 



Room 
Inde^ 



J 
I 

H 
G 
F 

E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



Ceiling 75% 



/o 



Walls 



50% 



.28 
34 
38 
41 



48 
52 
54 

57 
58 



30% 







24 

.30 

.35 

.38 

.41 

.45 

48 

50 

S3 

55 



Ceiling 50% 



Wolls 



50% 



.24 
.30 

33 
.36 

38 
.42 
.44 
.46 

48 
.50 



30% 



22 

.27 

.30 

.34 

36 

39 

.42 

.44 

.46 

48 





Room 
Index 


Ceiling 75% 


Ceiling 50% 


Distribution 


Walls 


Wolls 




50% 


30% 


50% 

.23 

.28 

31 

.34 


30% 


MF=0,70 

Grenadier IV 

Stem Type 


J 
I 

H 
G 


.26 

.32 

35 

.39 


.22 

.28 

.32 

36 


20 
.25 
.28 

31 


f 

43.0% 


F 


.41 


38 


.36 


.33 


E 
D 
C 


.45 
.49 
.51 


.42 
.45 
.48 


39 

.41 

43 


.36 
,39 


34.5% 


.41 


\ 


B 


.54 
55 


51 
53 


.45 
47 


.43 
.45 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL U^ ELECTRIC 



32 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "GRENADIER 11" 

DIMENSIONAL DETAILS 



1 



1^20 — 

Itl5 1/2i 

I L 



i 



n5 



45 1V16 



T 



DC 



DC 



DC 



50 3/4 



— 49 11/16- 



■4 



— 45 11/16 



48 11/16 



49 11/16 



Stem Type 



DC 



DC 



49 11/16 



T 

J 




00 



8 1/8 



DC 



^ I -50 3/4 



-M K6 1/8 

-^1^ CAN OPY ASS'Y 



]: 



h 




45 11/16 



S 



DC 



DC 



DC 



— 49 11/16- 






h 



48 11/16 



DC 



3C 



Canopy Type 



— 45 11/16 



DC 



JL 



49 11/16 



S 



^ 



4- 



3^ 



DC 



DC 



3C 



49 11/16 







X 



4 5/3 IE 

— T — 



-COVER STRAP 
/^OUTLET COVER 



:c 



50 3/4 



-i 



i 



CN 



45 n/16 



^^c 



49 11/16 



i 



JC 



DC 



COVER STRAP 

48 11 16 -I CEILING STRAP "^n. OUTLET COVER 

^ ^^ ^^~ i^^^ 



IDC 



JC 



On-Ceiling Type 




-1^ 











* CANOPY 
CANOPY STRAP 

CHANNEL 

LAMP HOLDER 




y \o 3/8 



TOP PLATE IN PLACE 



REMOVABLE SIDE PANEL 
WITH PLASTIC INSERT 



CROSS BRACE 




lremovable side Panel 

with plastic insert 



Distribution Curve 



Cross Section of Canopy Type 



Cross Section of Stem Type 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



25 1/8 



JE 



5 15/16 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "GRENADIER IV" 



DIMENSIONAL DETAILS 






f 



T 



-15 1/2-" 19 11/16 25 1/8 

n II °°°T | 5 7/1 6 I 



T 
L 



46 3/4 



50 3/4 



—4 



Ic 



T 



DC 



IC 



49 3/4 



49 3 




-49 3/4 



Stem Type 



^OUTLET CO Vbk 

5 7/16^1/2 



■46 3/4 ri 




33 



i5h- 



T ^ 

19 11/16 



-H3I- 



e 



DC 



,^ ^,. ,_.u ^^^ OUTLET COVER^i OUTLET BOX CEILING STRAP 
46 3/4 -+—40 J/ 4 — t^ ^ 4_ 

^=i 



DC 



DC 



DC 



DC 



DC 



DC 



DC 



'49 3/4 



On-C«tllng Type 



^ 




b 




-&7n- 




i O '41^ <^ 



j c/*^? mi t-t o>» t^ »g i^ P-t »5 *4 




o- s* <y tsp W 



z 

o 

z 




■;j-— CEIUNG STRAP 



REMOVABLE SIDE PANa 
WITH PLASTIC INSERT 



CANOPY 



BALLAST 



LAMPHOLDER 



END PLATE 



Distribution Curve 



SHORT LOUVER X SIDE LONG lOUVER 

CENTER LONG LOUVER 
CroM Section of Stem Type 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL & ELECTRIC 



34 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "GRENADIER 11 SPOT" 




On-Ceiling Type Grenadier II With GR-1150 Installed 



The Grenadier II equipped with spotlight has been 
developed for practical use in stores, in order to 
provide regular lighting and ""spot'' lighting from a 
single fixture. The ''spot", which takes a 150 W. 
PAR-38 lamp with side prong base* is inserted in 



gimbals which permit a 35** adjustment in any 
direction. The lamp has 45*^ shielding. The louvers 
are finished in jet black to eliminate distracting 
bright spots, and the body is finished in the exclusive 
Grenadier metallic satin. 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Lamp 

Worn 


Description 


Std. 

Susp. 


Ship. 

Wr. 


GR-1150 


$11.70 


150 


Grenadier II Spot less lamp 


4H' 


5 



9^ 



■52 3/4 



GRL 248 B 



CHANNEL 



r 



FRICTIONAL 
PIVOT 



■56 3/4 




SPOT LIGHT ASSY 



RECEPTACLE 
WITH CORD 




CONCENTRIC LOUVER 



PAR-38 SPOT OR FLOOD TYPE 

PROJECTOR LAMP 150 WATT 

SIDE PRONG BASE 



NOTEr USE SAME C TO C 

DIMENSION FOR CEILING 

CANOPY AND ON-CEILING 

TYPE OF UNITS 



1 




SIDE VIEW 



Dimensions and Installation Details for GR-1150 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



35 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "GRENADIER iV SPOT" 




On-Ceiling Type Grenadier IV Wifh GR*2150 Installed 



Similar to the Grenadier II '"Spot**, except that 
each section is equipped with two side by side ''"spots" 
instead of one spot, this unit is also very desirable 
for stores since it supplies regular lighting and ^'''spot" 
lighting from a single fixture. The two "spots**, 
each with a 150 \V. PAR-38 lamp with side prong 



base, are inserted in gimbals permitting a 35** ad- 
justment in any direction. The lamps have 45° 
shielding. The louvers are finished in jet black to 
eliminate distracting bright spots, and the body is 
finished in the exclusive Grenadier metallic satin to 
match the regular Grenadier units. 



Cot. 
No. 


Price 

Each 


Lamp 
Worn 


Description 


Std. 
Susp. 


Ship« 
Wr. 


GR-2150 


$16 50 


2-150 


Grenadier IV Spot less lamp 


5H' 


8 



SPOT LIGHT ASS'Y 



h 



9- 



GRL 448 B 



52 3/4 



CHANNEL 



CHANNEL COVER 



56 3/4 



-P* 



Q=? 



NOTE. USE SAME C TO C 

DIMENSION FOR CEILING 

CANOPY AND ON-CEILING 

TYPE OF UNITS 



-\ 8 h 



RECEPTACLE WITH CORD 








8 














■ 






■ - 1 


1 




1 


,- . - 














■ 








' ' 


— ^ 






' ' 




^ 





















FRICTIONAL PIVOT 



CONCENTRIC LOUVER 



PAR-38 SPOT OR FLOOD TYPE 
PROJECTOR LAMP 150 WAH 
SIDE PRONG BASE 

Dimeniioni and Installation Details for GR-2150 



SIDE VIEV/ 



•o 



rs. 




CANADIAN 
GENERAL S ELECTRIC 



36 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "STAR 



If 




The Stor — Continuovt Mounting 



Modem artificial lighting strives for two objec- 
tives: first, an even distribution of light intensity all 
over the room, and second, the elimination of spheres 
of brightness contrasted with intervening dark areas. 
The newest approach to this twofold objective is the 
Star, a new luminous indirect lighting unit. 



The Star utilizes a molded translucent Plaskon 
reflector of such density that the lighted luminaire is 
of approximately the same brightness as the illumin- 
ated ceiling. When Star units are used in continuous 
runs, spaced in accordance with General Electric 
engineering spjecifications, an evenly lighted ceiling 
is achieved which provides the sky-like effect of 
evenly distributed light, with no deep shadows or 
sharp contrasts and without distracting glare from 
the light source. 




Description of the Star 

Each 4 ^ Star section utilizes two 40 watt fluor- 
escent lamps which are accessible from the top of the 
reflector. The molded reflectors and end caps are 
made of Plaskon, a plastic compound which is light 
in weight, non-electrostatic, non-shatterable, uni- 
form in appearance and will not support combustion. 
AH visible metal parts are finished in satin alumi- 
num. The reflectors are held in place by illuminated 
satin aluminum supporting bands, and are easily 
slid in and out of place for maintenance purposes 
without disassembly of the unit. Fixtures are sup- 
plied wired, complete with FS'40 Watch Dog 
starters and approved tulamp high power factor 
ballasts. Overall suspension to bottom of reflector, 
24 inches. Available for 60 cycle 110-125 volt 
operation only* 



The Star — Smgle Unit 



The Single Unit 

Small rooms and corridors often can be adequately 
illuminated with single units. These units are 4 ' 
long and are identical with the 4 ' sections used in 
continuous runs except that single unit installations 
are equipped with twin stem suspension. The 
appearance of the single unit matches those which 
are used in continuous runs in every other detail. 



CANAI>L4N 
GENERAL 1^ ELECTRIC 



37 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "STAR 



If 



ILLUMINATION PERFORMANCE 

The Star is a fine piece of engineered lighting 
equipment but misapplication will result in dissatis- 
faction. Therefore, the same consideration should 
be given its installation as when any other important 
addition or investment is made to the office, draft- 
ing room, or school. The table below sets up the 
minimum requirements for fine lighting results. It 
should be followed. 



Minimum Room Area 
Ceiling Height: 
Ceiling Conditions: 

Side Walls: 



12' X 24' 

10 'to 14' 

Clean or newly painted 
with reflection above 75%. 

Pastel colors of reflection 
not less than 50%. 



Utilization Factors 



This brings together all of the factors that affect 
the utilization of light. The figure obtained by refer- 
ence to the table (for the type of fixtures used, the 
size and finish of the room in which these are to be 
installed) is the percentage of the lumens given out 
by the lamps that reaches the working plane. For 
example, a Utilization Factor of .40 means that 40 
per cent of the light is useful in producing foot- 
candles and that 60 per cent is absorbed by the walls, 
ceiling and the fixture itself. 




ORDERING INFORMATION 

Continuous Rows 

Continuous runs of the Star are made up of bodies, 
reflectors, stem assemblies and end caps. When 
ordering continuous rows for an installation, specify 
the same number of body and reflector assemblies as 
there are units in each row. As many single stem 
assemblies as bodies, plus one, are required for each 
row. One set of end caps completes the row. For 
example, if there are eight Star units in a row, item- 
ize order as follows: 

8— No. STA.248-B Body and reflector assem- 
blies. 

9 — No. 14 Single stem assemblies, 

1 — No. 15 End cap assembly. 

Single Units 

The Star unit specified for single mounting should 
always be supplied with No. 12 double stem assembly 
in addition to the STA-248-B body and reflector 
assembly and the No. 15 end cap assembly. 



t^ 



No, 12 

DOUBLE STEM ASSY. 



No. T4 

SINGLE STEM ASSY. 



^=f^ 



No. STA-248-8 

BODY AND REFLECTORS 




=c 



t 



^ 



n 



Mo. 15 

END CAPS, CLAMPS, 

REFLECTOR SUPPORT 



*A ^ g \) ^ 



Schemolic Drawing Showing Coniponent Parti of General Electric 

Stor Liiminoire 



tCot. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Cyclsi 


Lamps 


Deieription 


Std. 
Swip. 


Ship. 
Wt. 


STA-24S-B 
12 
14 
*15 


$43 00 
5 30 
2 40 
9.75 


60 


2-40 


Body and reflector assembly. 
Double stem assembly. 
Single stem assembly. 
End cap assembly. 


4' 
20* 
20' 


35 
3 
2 
2 



^Dctftiied inttructtona for initallinK the '*Star" are packed lA^ith each Mo. 15 aaiembly. 

fCatalogue ntinnber is for 110-125 volt operation. 

Lainpf are not included in prices. 

Fc»r ftdditionit length hanfer. add $1.00 per foot or fraction. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL H ELECTRIC 



38 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "STAR" 



FL>RCD STEM 



CANOPY STRAP 
I 1/2X16 CA S 



CANOPY 
ie GA ALUM 



STEM FITTING 



CLAMP 
16 GA 5 



HD M SC 




REFLECTOR 



CHAMNEL COVER 



ftEFLECTOR SUPPORT 







LOCATIOH 9^" 7^ 6o't 45* i, & j£h §^ 



C/S^ IN 0-3 OZ O 2 O-Z OZO-1 O* Of 



145- 




Cross Section 



0-5* 15* 25» 3S* 4S* 



Distribution Cfirve 




J 


. 




iO 




^^m 




""m^ 


^ 


fO 


oa 


o 




OJ 






' 


' 



46 3/8 



^ < 



32 5/8 j'o 46 3/B 



8 2 3/4 



46 3/8 



3 



4 6 3/8 




17 



Installation Dimensions 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL® ELECTRIC 



39 



GENERAL ELECTRIC ''STAR'' 

Using Slimline Lamps 




A view of a section of an Sfoot Star Unif wirtiout reflectors, showing 

otiliiaffon of Slimfine lamps. The complete unit, when enclosed, h 

identical with the illustration on poge 10. 



This latest development in the design of the Star, 
making it available for use with four 8' Slimline 
lamps, permits installations providing more lumens 
per foot of fixture. There are certain room condi- 
tions under which the use of the Star with Slimline 
lamps will result in fewer fixtures, spaced farther 
apart, with a satisfactory lighting result being 
achieved. Units may be ordered for use either with 
200 MA. lamps or 300 MA. lamps (see catalog 
specifications below). Available for 60 cycle 110-125 
volt operation only. No. 14 stems are spaced at 
approximately 4' intervals to insure adequate sup- 
port. 

Illumination Measurements 

These measurements are based on an installation 
after 100 hours of use. Walls: light gray stipple 
over coral undercoat, .50 reflection factor. Ceiling: 
white, .87 reflection factor. Ceiling height: 11.8'. 
General Electric Stars with 96T8 Slimline lamps 
mounted 21" from ceiling to top of units. Three 
rows 16 ' long, 8 lamps per row. 117 volts on line at 
switch panel. 60.9 average footcandies on work 
plane 31 " above floor. 



z 
O 

z 

111 

a. 
(/) 

< 

o 



Canopy 




CANOPY STRAP 



STEM SLEEVE 



SLIMLINE 
LAMPHOLDER 



STEM 19 1/4" LONG 



END CAP 




>© 



en 
o 



WIREWAY 
COVER 



REFLECTOR 
SUPPORT 



— ; ^ 



CO 






CHANNEL 
COVER 



Cross Section 




X — Stations where footcondle readings were token. 

Purchase Information 

Each 8' section requires 3 No. 14 single stem 
assemblies and 1 No. 15 end cap assembly. For 
continuous runs, specify the required quantity of 
No. 14 stem assemblies spaced every 4' of fixture 
length and at ends of rows, together with 1 No. 15 
end cap assembly for each row. 



fCor. 
No. 



STA-200-B 
STA-300-B 
14 
•15 



rrtce 
Each 



$110 00 

147 00 

2 40 

4 75 



I Current (M,AJ ; ^ 



60 
60 



200 
300 



4-96T8 
4-96T8 



Deicriptioh 



Bodies and reflectors only for 8 ' unit. 
Bodies and reflectors only for 8 ' unit. 
Single stem assembly. 
End cap assembly- 



♦Detailed instructions for installing: the "Star" are packed with each No. IS assembly. 

tCatalogue numbers are for 1I0-12S volt operation. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 

For additional length hanger, add $1.00 per foot or fraction. 



Sfd 
Susp 



4' 

4' 

20' 



Ship. 

Wf 



55 

60 

2 

2 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ELECTRIC 



40 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "AMBASSADOR" 

USING 4-40 WATT FLUORESCENT LAMPS 




Ambossador with Lenses 



The Ambassador provides evenly distributed, 
comfortable illumination which makes possible 
quicker and more accurate seeing in stores, schools 
and offices, resulting in more sales and happier cus- 
tomers, faster and more efficient work, and reduced 
fatigue. It is an exceptionally beautiful luminaire. 
designed to blend harmoniously with modern inter- 
iors. 

The Ambassador is available with fresnel lenses, 
which provide excellent diffusion, or with a metal 
louver of unusual beauty. The louver provides 45° 
crosswise and 30" lengthwise shielding. 

Construction 

Dependable service is ensured by the use of hea\y 
gauge metal, finished in hard baked white enamel. 
Lamp replacements can quickly and easily be made 
by means of the hinged door frame. Spring fasteners 
readily unfasten the door, or securely lock it in place. 
Hoi is ventilated to ensure proper cooling 

of baiiasts. All auxiliary equipment is mounted in 
the housing for ease of installation and maintenance. 
Luminaire is provided with six slotted holes and three 
knockouts for mounting on ceiling. 

Continuous Mounting 

To mount in continuous rows, remove knockouts 



from end plates and fasten luminaires together^by 
nipple and locknuts. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired, complete with FS-40 
Watch Dog starters and approved tulamp high 
power factor ballasts which reduce stroboscopic 
effects to a minimum. 



I— 



-«5ff- 



H 






5^UilC ■ CATCM 




UAM^ M9t^Ae<k3 



Cross Section 






i"^ 



4.Cy rijrrjg-; 



-3-^IHA.KlMOCK-Ouri 1=00. NX'tRthiO 



-^i 



-2?i" 



44t 



Plon Showing Mounting Holes 



a 



-M2h 



1^ 



T 



*rv 



-2ir 



Col. 

No. 



6410 

•6413 

6415 

6476 



Price 
Eoch 



$67 00 
76 50 
g2 00 
67 00 



Cycle* 



Lamp 
WgM» 



60 
60 
25 
66^3 



4^40 
4-40 
4-40 
4-40 



Line 
Voltoge 



Approx. 

Won* 

Comumed 



WITH LENSES 



UO-125 
110-125 
110-125 
110-125 



194 
216 
212 
198 



Dtmensiont (tnch«t) 



Lcngtt) 



Widttt 



DepHi 



4«'Hk 

48'5»j 

48'Sk 
48li>6 



15»4 
IS^i 
15»^ 

15H 



*&quippH vith Instant Stan baUact* mo nancn required). 
Lampe are not included in prioes. 



MuK be used witb Inatant Start lampe. 



64 

6H 

6'-, 

6H 



Ship. 
Wt 



59 
67 
72 
59 











WITH LOUVER 










6450 


67 00 


60 


4-40 


110-125 194 


48»5^ 


1S»4 


6 4 


47 


'6453 


76 50 


60 1 


4-40 


110-125 216 


48i^H 


15^4 


1 6»2 


5S 


6455 


82 00 


25 1 


4-40 


110-125 212 


481516 


15^4 


6'2 


60 


6478 


67 00 


662;, 


4-40 


110-125 196 


48'5i« 


ISli 


1 6'2 


47 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



41 



GENERAL ELECTRIC ''AMBASSADOR" 



USING SLIMLINE LAMPS 




Slimline Ambassador with Louver 



A well designed liiijhtinj^ installation for offices, 
schools and stores should provide suitable intensities 
of uniform, glare-free illumination, without con- 
trasting areas of brightness. Such an installation 
will promote better working conditions in offices and 
schools, with more accurate work and fewer errors. 
A properly lighted store invites shoppers to come in. 
It makes merchandise easier to see and appraise, 
easier to buy. 

The Ambassador for use with slimline lamps 
makes possible these benefits by providing adequate 
quantities of cool illumination at high efficiencies. 
This luminaire is available with fresnel lenses, 
which provide excellent diffusion^ or with a metal 
louver which provides 45"^ crosswise and 30*^ length- 
wise shielding. 

The Slimline Ambassador accommodates four 96 
inch slimline lamps, and may be obtained for 200 or 
300 milliampere operation on 60 cycles, and for 200 
milliampere operation on 25 cycles. 

Slimline lamps are highly efficient in operation, 
and do not require starters, thus making possible 
instant starting. In continuous row installations, 
these long light sources reduce the number of dark 
areas between lamps. Maintenance is simplified, 
since fewer lamps are required, and spring-type 
lamp-holders provide for easy lamp insertion and 
removal. 

Conttruction 

Dependable service is ensured by the use of heavy 
gauge metal, finished in hard baked white enamel. 



Lamp replacements can quickly and easily be made 
by means of the hinged door frames. Spring 
fasteners readiK* unfasten the doors, or securely 
lock them in place. Luminaire is provided with six 
slotted holes and three knockouts for mounting on 
ceiling. To mount in continuous rows, remove 
knockouts from end plates and fasten luminaires 
together b\ nipple and lot knuts. Luminaire is 
supi>lied wired, complete with ap|)roved \tulamp 
high power factor ballasts. 










-U?UV^C 



Cross Section 



SB^' 



-te 



^ 



Six 5LOTTED HOLt^ ^/6><yarOQ. MOUNTING 



^<to^ 



fllfTUR!: 



^THR££ ^6D1A KN0CK-OUT5 fOR:\i»aiN<j_T_^ 



■ifl'jl- 



■yo'- 



so 



■18^' 



ITS 



Plan Showing Mounting Holes 



Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Cyclei 


Lamp 

Current 

(M.A.} 


Lampi 


Lme 


Approx. 

Wntli 


Dimensions (Inch 


es} 


Ship. 


No. 


Vottage - " , 
, Consumed 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Wt 












WITH LENSES 








8120 
8130 
8125 


1140 00 

152 00 
170 00 


60 
60 
25 


200 
300 
200 


4-96T8 
4-96T8 
4-96T8 


110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


260 
348 
284 


9615,6 

961^6 
961^46 


15% 

IS^'i 

ISK 


6'i 

6H 


126 
134 
148 










V 


tflTH LOUVER 








8220 
8230 
8225 


140 00 
152 00 
170 00 


60 
60 
25 


200 
300 
200 


4-96T8 
4-96T8 
4-96T8 


110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


260 
348 
284 


9615<6 
96's,6 


1534' 

15'*4 

15'*4 


6H 
6«i 


102 
110 
124 



Lamps are not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



42 



GENERAL ELECTRIC TROFFERS 







> 



Continuous Row lostallotion of Open Type Troffers 



General Klectric Troffers provide good quality 
illumination for easy, comlorlable seeing at reason- 
able cost. They may be installed as individual 
units, or bolted together through housing ends to 
form continuous rows or patterns of light. 

The open type trofTer, which has a shielding 
angle of 17^ crosswise, is designed for use in loca- 
tions where lamp shielding is not considered 
necessary. This troffer is provided with hinges 
and fasteners to accommodate hinged lou\er or 
v(lass panel assemblies which may be installed initi- 
ally or added at any future time. 

Reflector is readily detached from housing by 
quick-release cam-type fasteners. When the re- 
flector is removed, ballast and wiring are exposed 
for ease of maintenance and installation. Starters 



located between lamps are readily accessible with- 
out removing lamps. Reflector and housing are 
made of heavy-gauge metal, finished in white 
baked enameb Troffers accommodate two 40 
watt lamps, and are supplied wired, complete with 
FS-40 Watch Dog starters and approved tulamp 
high power factor ballasts. 



Purchase Information 

To order troffers with louver or glass panel 
assembly, specify the required open housing 
assembly as a separate item, together with the 
louver or glass panel assembly^ One No. 692 end 
plate assembly will be required for each row^ of 
troffers, or for each individually mounted troffer. 



•Equipped vinth Instant Start baJlast (no starters required). 
Lamps arc not included in prices. 



Must be used with Instant Start famps. 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Cycles 


Lamp 
Watts 


Description 


Ltne 
Voltage 


Approx. 

Warn 
Coniumed 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Ship. 
Wt. 


No. 


length 


Width 


Depth 


6720 

•6723 

6725 

6762 

690 
691 
692 


$29 00 
33 75 
36 50 
29 00 

8 00 
8 00 
1 35 


60 
60 
25 
665^^ 


2-40 
2-40 
2-40 
2^0 


Open housing assembly 
Open housing assembly 
Open housing assembly 
Open housing assembly 

Hinged louver assembly 
Hinged glass panel assembly 
End plate assembly 


110 125 
110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


97 
108 
106 

99 


48 
48 
48 
48 

■ • 
> • 


12 
12 
12 
12 


714 

• • • 


27 
31 
35 
28 

6 

12 

3 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



43 



GENERAL ELECTRIC TROFFERS 





HINGED LOUVER ASSEMBLY 



HINGED GLASS PANEL ASSEMBLY 



The use of this louver assembly makes possible 
high intensities of illumination with low brightness 
contrasts between the ceiling and the troffer, when 
viewed at normal angles. The louver provides 45° 
crosswise and 30° lengthwise shielding. 

The assembly swings from the housing on two 
concealed safety-type hinges, and closes securely 
by means of two quick-release cam-type fasteners. 
Although readily removable from the housing 
without tools, it cannot become accidentally 
detached. Made of heavy-gauge metal, finished 
in white baked enamel. 



Excellent lamp shielding and a pleasing appear- 
ance is provided by this glass panel assembly. 
The single pane! of Alba-Iite glass is homogeneous 
in composition, with a permanent, uniform color 
and easy-to-clean surface. 

The panel is mounted in a rigid, steel frame and 
held securely in place by bronze spring clips. The 
glass panel assembly uses the same method of 
hinging and fastening to the housing as the louver 
assembly. To prevent light leak, two brackets for 
bolting to the housing ends are provided. Frame 
is finished in white baked enamel. 



ILLUMINATION PERFORMANCE 

2-40 WqU Troffer with Lower Assembly or Glass Panel Assembly 



Ceiling Height — Feet 


9-11'/^ 


12-1 3 '/a 


14.|6<4 


Spacing of Rowj — Ft. 


5 


6 


7 


8 


5 


6 


7 


8 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Area per Unit — Sq. Ft. 


20 


24 


28 


32 


20 


24 


28 


32 


20 


24 


26 


32 


Width 


Length 


FOOT-CANDLES 


12 20 


15—20 

20-40 
40—60 
60 — up 


59—68 
62 — 70 
64—72 
70—75 


49—56 
51—59 
53—60 
58—63 


42—48 
44—50 
46—51 
50—54 


37-^^2 
39—44 
40—45 
44—47 


49—62 
51—66 
56—68 
62—69 


40—51 
43—55 
47—56 
51—58 


35-^4 
37-^7 
40—48 
44—49 


30—39 
32—41 
35—42 
39—43 


47—56 
49—62 
50—66 
56—68 


39—46 
40—51 
42—55 
46—56 


34—40 
35—44 
36—47 
40 — 48 


29—35 
30—39 
31—41 
35-^2 


20—40 


30— 4S 
45—60 
60—90 
90 — up 


69—78 
72—79 
74—80 
75—81 


58—66 
60—66 
61 67 
63—67 


49—56 
51—57 
52—57 
54—58 


43—49 
45—50 
46—50 
47—51 


64—72 
67—75 
68 78 
70—79 


53—60 
56—63 
57--65 
58— bb 


46—51 
48—54 
49—56 
50—57 


40 — 45 
42—47 
43—49 
44—50 

45^9 
49—50 
49—50 
50-51 


59—69 
65—71 
66—75 
69—78 


49—58 
54—59 
55—63 
58—65 


42 — 49 
46—50 
47—54 
49—56 


37—43 

40—44 
41—47 
43—49 


40—60 


50—75 
75 90 
90—140 
140— up 


79—82 
80—82 
80—83 
81—83 


66—68 
66—68 
67—69 
67—69 


57—58 
57—59 
57—59 
58—59 


50—51 
50—51 
50—52 
51—52 


72—78 
78—79 
78—80 
79—81 


60—66 
65—66 
66—67 
66—67 


51—56 
56—^57 
56—57 
57—58 


69—78 
72—78 
76—79 
78—79 


58—65 

60—65 
64—66 
65—66 


49—56 
51—56 
55—56 
56—57 


43—49 
45—49 
48-^9 
49—50 



To use the table above, locate the reQuircd foot-candle value opposite 
the room dimensions and under the ceiling height. Above this foot- 
candle figure will be found the area per two-lamp unit and the spacing of 
rows for a continuous row installation. 

Figures are based on the use of two 60 cycle 4500**^ white lamps 
per lighting unit. For 60 cycle 35O0°K while lamps multiply values by 
1.00. For 60 cycle 6500*'K Daylight lamps multiply values by .91. For 
25 cycle lamps multiply 60 cycle values by .93. 



The tables assume light coloured surroundings. 75% or better reflec- 
tion factor of ceiling and 50^ for walls. For 30% walls reduce average 
foot'caridles values by 5 per cent except in very large rooms, where the 
reduction is 3^^,. Foot-candles are calculated "in-service" values using a 
maintenance factor of .70 which allows 30 per cent for depreciation due 
to dust collection and ageing of lamps. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



44 



No. 692 




Open 
Mousing 

Assembly 

No. 690 
Louver 

Assembly 



No. 691 

Gloss Panel 

Assembly 



GENERAL ELECTRIC TROFFERS 



No. 697 



No. 696 

Wiring Channel 




Component Parts of Troffer and Wiring Channel 



Hinged Louver Assembly in Open Position 



MOUNTING ACCESSORIES 



Hf.iV 




No, 694 
Chain Suspension Brocket 




No. 695 

Mounting Hanger 





No. 5200 
Hanger Clomp 



No, 5201 
Junction Box Clamp 



No. 694 Chain Suspension Bracket 

For use when troffer is supported from structural 
ceiling by wire or chain. Threaded studs are 
suppHed with wing-nuts, to enable troffer to be 
easily levelled flush with ceiling-line. 

No. 695 Mounting Hanger 

Can be bolted, through adjustment holes in legs, 
directly to wood, angle iron, or channel iron furring. 
For certain types of ceiling construction special 
suspension clamps or straps can be supplied at 
extra cost; further information on request. Pro- 
vided with hole for ^ inch conduit. 

No* 696 Wiring Channel 

Provides a wire-way for through circuit wiring, 
when it is not desirable to bring wiring through 
ballast housing. Supplied with four weld-bolts 
and wing-nuts for supporting troffer. Shoulder 
accommodates sliding hanger clamp which can be 
located at any point. Channel is equipped with 
brackets for bolting together in continuous runs. 



No. 697 Wiring Channel End Plate Assembly 

Consists of tw^o end plates for closing off No, 
696 wiring channel at ends of runs. 

No. 5200 Hanger Clamp 

For use with No. 696 Wiring Channel. Clamp 
fastens securely to shoulder of channel by turning 
down one bolt. Supplied with hole for ]/2 inch 
conduit. 

No. 5201 Junction Box Clamp 

Similar to No. 5200, except that it is supplied 
with enclosing side plates for use with conduit 
containing wiring- 



Cot. 

No. 



694 
695 
696 
697 
5200 
5201 



Price 


Eadi 


$0 35 


2 00 


4 70 


65 


1 00 


1.25 






Chain suspension bracket 

Mounting hanger 

Wiring channel 

Wiring channel end plate assembly 

Hanger clamp 

Junction box clamp 



Ship. 
Wt. 



1 
3 

7 
1 
1 
1 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL® ELECTRIC 



45 



GENERAL ELECTRIC TROFFERS 



INSTALLATION DATA 










Troffer supparted from structyrol ceiling 
by ' meani of choin or wire fasrened ro 
No. 694 Chain Suapomion Brocket 



/t '»-r»- «^-o»««nT 



^5 loo 







F^^. . 




,»4«^ 



WINC-HUTI 




Troffer supported frorn wood furring. 
Shoulder of troffer h provided with two 
V4 inch knockouts on each side for seci/ring 
troffer to furring. 



Troffer supported from structurot ceiling 
by conduit and No. 5200 Hanger Clamp, 
which clamps rigidly to No. 696 Wiring 
Chonnel. 



HAHGKn 




if Mounting Hanger No. 695 supporting 
troffer and ceiling furring. Hanger it 
hung from the structural ceiling by conduit 
or rod suspention. Furring is bolted to the 
legs of the hanger. At leost one mounting 
honger is required for each 4 -foot troffer 
section^ plus one for the end of fhe row. 



«rt-co*4DiiiT 




Troffer supported from structural ceiling 
by means of Vi inch conduit, secured by 
locknuts through knockouts in top of housing. 







Mounting Hanger No. 695 supporting 
troffer only. Purring is bolted to the legs 
of the hanger through whichever adjustment 
hole brings the troffer flonge flush with the 
ceiling. At leost one hanger is required for 
each 4-foor troffer section, plus one for the 
end of the row. 




riB •-.»»• 



Cross Section 



DIMENSIONAL DATA 



-«•- 



v>'- 



<^ 



Z-7ilXA «MpC«.'OlfT7^Vft-Wll»T««C 




'fO«-«OUHtlMO 



■A6' 



Plan Showing Mounting Holes 



fc 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



46 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "DIPLOMAT" 




Suspension Type Diplomot 



The Diplomat makes possible modern economical 
!5ehting that results in increased production, greater 
cmciency and reduced costs. Adequate quantities of 
cool, glare-free light reduce eyestrain and fatigue, 
and promote easier, faster and more accurate seeing. 

The Diplomat is suitable for use in offices, schools, 
stores, and public buildings — its clean, refreshing 
lines harmonizing with all interiors. Attractive side 
panels of etched, ribbed glass and a louver of unusual 
beauty adequately shield the light source- 

This luminaire is easily and quickh' installed either 
individually or in continuous rows. Maintenance is 



simplified because there are few^ horizontal surfaces 
on which dust can collect. Lamp replacements are 
made easily — by swinging open the strong, hinged 
louver. Removal of glass panels is unnecessary. 

The Diplomat is manufactured in two models, the 
Suspension Type and the Ceiling Type, Both of 
these models are available for operation with two, 
three or four 40 watt lamps- 



The luminaire is supplied wired, complete with 
FS-40 Watch Dog starters and approved high pow^er 
factor ballasts which reduce stroboscopic effects to 
a minimum. 



NOTE: W'hen orderinii Suspension Type, specify as two items, namely: CeUinc Type and Rod Hanger Assembly. 

Hanger length onlv. ceiling to top of fixture. Overall suspension to bottom of fixture. 25 inches 
tFor semi-ceiling mounting of 25 cycle fixtures. 

jHanger length only, ceiling to top of fixture. Overall suspension to bottom of fixture* 12 >^ inches, 
ror additional length hangers, add SI. 00 per foot or fraction. 
Instant-start Ballasts available for 60 cycle 110*125 volt operation (no starters required). 

2^0 uatt Ceiling Type. Cat. 6323— $30.2i5 each. 

4_40 watt Ceiling Type. Cat. 6303— $62.50 each. 
Lamps arc not included in prices. 



Cat No 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Watt) 


Description 

1 


Line 
Voltage 


Approx. 

Wottj 

Consumed 


Dimensions (Inches! 


Ship. 




Length 


Width 


Depth 


Wt 










60 CYCLE 












6320 
6330 
6300 


$34 50 

47 50 
53 00 


2-40 
3-40 
4-40 


' Ceiling Type 
1 Ceiling Type 
I Ceiling Type 


110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


97 1 
143 
194 


48 T^ 

48 >^ 
487/^ 


10^ 


6I2 
6 1., 

t^2 


33 
37 
41 










25 CYCLE 












6325 
6345 


42 00 
68 00 


2-40 
4-40 


j Ceiling Type 
1 Ceiling Type 


110-125 
110-125 


106 
212 


48^8 
48 74 


lOK 
10 »4 


6»2 


40 
54 










66% CYCLE 












6362 
6360 
6366 


34 50 
47 SO 
53 00 


2-^0 
3-40 
4-40 


Ceiling Type 

Ceiling Type 

1 Ceiling Tyj>e 


110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


99 

143 
198 


4«H 
487^ 

48 Ti, 


lO^i 

1014' 
1014 


6H 

6H 
6H 


33 

37 
40 








ROD 


HANGER A5SEM 


BLY ONLY 










6399 
16397 


3 30 
1.65 




I 











19 * 

6 t 


3 
2 


— — ■ i 







CANADIAN 
GENERAL fi^ ELECTRIC 



47 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "DIPLOMAT" 




Continuout Mounting of Ceiling Type 



Continuous Mounting 

Both the Suspension Type and the Ceiling Type 
Diplomat may be installed in continuous runs. 

Simply remove knockout from end plates and 
connect units with 32 inch nipple and locknuts, 

Importont Features 

1 . Equipped with twist-type sockets mounted 
slot-up, so that lamps cannot fall out, 

2. Wire-way cover is held in place by four screws 
with slotted holes for accessibility, 

3. All metal parts finished in baked ivory enamel; 
reflecting surfaces in baked white enameL 



Ceiling 



t 

21% 

43% 



Walls 



Room 
Inden 

j~ 
I 

H 

G 
F 
E 
D 
C 
B 
A 



75% 



50% 30% 10% 



50% 



50% 30% 10% 



UTILIZATION FACTORS 



22 


.18 


.15 


.20 


.16 


26 


.23 


.21 


.25 


.21 


29 


.26 


.24 


1 .28 


.24 


32 


.29 


.26 


.30 


.27 


35 


.32 


.28 


.32 


.29 


39 


.35 


.32 


.35 


.32 


42 


.38 


.35 


.38 


.35 


45 


.40 


.37 


.39 


.37 


47 


.43 


.41 


.42 


.39 


49 


.45 


.41 


.44 


,41 



4z'/a- 



E 



3 



"K 
^ 



7/' 



7L" 



•48^ 



TT" 



^ 



c;^=t=3 



i 



25' 



LE 



-T 






.14 
.19 

.22 
.25 
.27 
.29 
.32 
.34 
-37 
.39 




4. Slots in steel end plates are backed with 
translucent plastic to give luminous appearance. 

5. Lamps can be replaced from top or bottom 
without removing glass panels. 

6. Maintenance is simplified by easily removed 
louver. Starters readily accessible between 
lamps. 

7. Attractively-designed stamped canopy has 
knockout for switch. Stems and canopy 
finished in satin alumilite. 

8. Well-designed corrugated cartons ensure safe 
transportation of luminaire. 




••-45» TO L»«»'5 



Distribution Curve 




Two-lamp Ceiling Type 



Four-lamp Suspension Type 



CANABIAN 
GENERAL© ELECTRIC 



48 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "BRIGADIER" 




Suspension Type Brigadier 



The Brigadier provides uniform diffused lighting 
for schools, offices, stores and similar locations. 
Lamps are shielded by means of plastic side panels 
and a well-designed louver. The open top reflector 
makes possible suitable illumination of the ceiling, 
thus reducing brightness contrasts within the field of 
view. 

This luminaire is particularly suited for school 
and office use, since the side panel brightness is ver\^ 
low. The resultant low brightness ratios make 
possible quick, accurate seeing with a minimum of 
effort. 

The proportions of the Brigadier are such that 
it provides a light source of low brightness and 
relatively large area, yet it is singularly neat and 
unobtrusive in appearance. 

The Brigadier is available in two models, the 



Ceiling Type and the Suspension Type. Each 
model mav be installed in continuous runs if desired* 
The Ceiling Type consists of a body and ceiling 
canopy assembly. The Suspension Type consists 
of a body and rod hanger assembly. When ordering, 
the two component parts must be specified as 
separate items. 

Construction 

Each Brigadier body uses four 40 watt fluorescent 
lamps which are accessible through the top of the 
reflector without removing the louver. The housing 
is ventilated to secure proper cooling of ballasts. 
Starters are accessible without removing lamps. 
The louver can easily be unsnapped from housing 
so that ballasts and wiring can be reached. Main- 
tenance is speeded by the simple yet sturdy design 
of the louver. 



Cot. No. 


Price 
Each 


Cycle i 


Lamp 
Watts 


Description 


Line 


Approx. 


Dimenstont (Inches) 


Ship. 




Voltage , - " """ . 
; Consumed 


length Width 


Depth 


Wt 


6600 
*6603 
6645 
6666 
6698 
6699 


$49 00 

58 50 

64 00 

49 00 

1 30 

3 30 


60 
60 
25 
662^ 


4-40 
4-40 
4-40 
4-40 


Body only 

Body only 

Body only 

Body only 

Ceiling canopy assembly 

Rod hanger assembly 


110-125 
110-125 
110^125 
110-125 


194 
216 

212 
198 


485^ 
48^ 

48 H 
48^^ 


13 K 
13 Ji 
133^ 

5?4 


4H 
4H 

4H 

4T<6 

19H 


33 
42 
46 
32 
3 
3 



For additional length rod hanger add $1.00 per foot or fraction. 

•Equipped with Instant-Start ballasts (no starters required). Must be used with Instant-Start lamps. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "BRIGADIER" 




Ceiling Type Brigadier 



All metal parts are beautifully finished in baked 
ivory enamel; reflecting surfaces and louver are 
finished in baked white enamel. Side panels are of 
translucent plastic which takes on a warm ivory 
color when lamps are lighted. Canopy and stems 
are finished in satin alumilite. 

Overall suspension to bottom of reflector: Ceiling 
type, 8^ inches; Suspension type, 24 inches. 



Installotion 

Ceiling canopy assembly is fastened to housing 
by means of four screws which project from top of 
housing. Rod hanger assembly is supplied with 
channel adapter which also secures to these screws- 



Ceiling strap is provided for fastening either type 
of fixture to ceiling. A hickey, locknut and nipple 
are included for mounting on outlet box stud. 

Continuous Mounting 

To mount in continuous rows, first remove knock- 
outs from end plates. Then remove plug buttons 
from two holes in each end plate, and bolt fixtures 
together through these holes. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired, complete with 
FS-40 Watch Dog starters and approved tulamp 
high power factor ballasts which reduce stroboscopic 
effects to a minimum. 



STHM CANOP*f 



STEW CHANNEL 




LOUVRE 



FILING STRAP 




LOUVR& 



Crois Section of Suipeniton Type 



Croii Section of Celling Typtt 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



50 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "MODEL 6900" LUMINAIRE 







Suspension Type Wifh Shield 



Suspension Type Without Shield 



Distinctive and modern in appearance, this 
four lamp luminaire provides cool illumination at 
high efficiencies. It is particularly suitable for 
stores, offices, schools and similar areas. A feature 
is the use of glass end plates which spread a pleasing 
luminous glow. Complete shielding of the lamps 
can be obtained by a shield made of ribbed Alba- 
lite diffusing glass* This shield can be readily 
installed initially or may be added at any future 
time. Luminaire may be mounted on the ceiling 
or suspended by rods. 

Construction 

Reflector and ceiling pan are made of heavy gauge 



metal, finished inside and out in baked white enamel. 
Rod hanger assembly is finished in satin alumilite. 
All auxiliary equipment is mounted in the reflectofi 
which is securely attached to the ceiling pan by 
means of four cam-type fasteners. These fasteners 
can be operated quickly and easily with only a quarter 
turn. When detached from ceiling pan, the reflector 
assembly hangs by two chains, to facilitate installa- 
tion. The end plates prevent lamps from falling. 
To relamp, simply remove end plates by loosening 
two thumb screws. Starters are accessible without 
removing lamps. 

Installation 

For suspension mounting, brackets are provided 



Cot 
No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Cycles 


Lamp 
Wortf 


Description 


Line 
Volfage 


ApproK. 

WoHs 

Consumed 


Dim 
Length 


ensions (Inchi 

Widrti 


Depth 


Ship. 
Wi 


6900 

16903 

6945 

6966 

6999 
*6901 


$39 50 
49 00 
54 50 
39 SO 

3 30 
8 00 


60 
60 
25 
662^ 


4-40 
4-40 
4-40 
4-40 


Exposed — Ceiling Type 
Exposed— Ceiling Type 
Exposed — Ceiling Type 
Exposed Ceiling Type 

Rod Hanger Assembly 
Glass Shield 


110-125 
110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


194 
216 
212 

198 


4914 

49 J4 
49 M 

24t 
48 


11 M 




31 
39 
49 
31 

3 

17 



NOTE: When ordering Suspension Type, specify as two items, namely: Ceiling Type and Rod Hanger Assembly. 

'i\ot recommended when fixture i« mounted on ceiling. 

tHanger length only, ceiling to top of fixture. Overall suspension to bottom of fixture, 50 inches. For additional length hanger add $1 .00 per foot or fraction. 

XLquipped with mstant start ballasts (no starters required)* Must be used with instant start lamps, 

Lamps are not included m prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



51 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "MODEL 6900" LUMINAIRE 




Ceiling Type 



on the ceiling pan through which the rods are 
secured by locknuts. Fixture strap can be mounted 
on outlet box, or fastened directly to the ceiling. 

To mount luminaire on ceiUng, remove brackets, 
release cowl fasteners^ and unhook chains. Ceiling 
pan can now be fastened to ceiling, and circuit wires 
brought down through one of the four knockouts 
provided. Attach chains to the lugs in ceiling pan, 
make the necessary connections, and secure reflector 
assembly to ceiling pan by the cowl fasteners. 

Continuous Mounting 

The glass end plates with which "Model 6900" 
luminaires are equipped do not permit mounting in 




Plan Showing Mounting Holes 




Cross Section 

continuous rows. Metal end plates finished in baked 
ivory enamel will be supplied on request, at no extra 
charge, whenever it is desired to install these lumi- 
naires in continuous runs. Specify one No. 6998 end 
plate assembly for each fixture. 

Glass shield No. 6901 cannot be used with these 
metal end plates, 

Auxiliory Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired, complete with FS-40 
Watch Dog starters and approved tulamp high 
powder factor ballasts which reduce stroboscopic 
effects to a minimum. 



ILLUMINATION PERFORMANCE (Without Shie 

(For "Model 6900'' wifh Shield, multiply Foot Candle Values by 075) 



Floor Area 
Per Fixture 


Roomt 
Finish 


FOOT- CANDLES* 


Room Proportion*" 


Sq. R, 


Wide 


Medium 


Narrow 


50 


Light 

Medium 


70 
59 


62 
52 


47 
40 


60 


Light 

Medium 


59 

49 


53 
43 


39 
33 


70 


Light 
Medium 


50 

42 


44 
37 


34 
29 


80 


Light 

Medium 


44 
37 


39 
32 


30 
25 



Foot-candlesarf calculated in-service values, using maintenance factor 
of .70 whuh allows 30% for depreciation due to dust collection and 

ageing of lamps. , i. -row . • • i^ 

This tabulation applies where average mounting heights ot VH to li>^ 

feet are used. ,^ , -^i^^ai- n'u* 

Figures are based on the use of 4 - 40 watt. 60 cycle 4500''k White 
lamps per luminaire. For 60 cycle 3500^1C White lamps multiply 
values by 1 1. For 60 cycle 6500°K Daylight lamps multiply values 





Roomf 
Finish 


FOOT-CANDLES* 


Floor Area 
Per Fixture 


Room Pro portions t 


Sq. Ft. 


Wide 


Medium 


Narrow 


90 


Light 
Medium 


39 

33 


35 
29 


26 
22 


100 


Light 
Medium 


35 
29 


31 
26 


24 
20 


no 


Light 
Medium 


32 
27 


28 
24 


21 
18 


120 


Light 
Medium 


29 
25 


26 
22 


20 

17 



by .91. For 25 cvcle lamps multiply 60 cycle values by ,9S. 
t Light— Ceiling 75% or better Reflection Factor. Walls 50%. 

Medium— Ceiling 50% Reflection Factor. Walls J0%. 

Dark finishes not recommended. 
J Wide — Room Width is 4 times mniinilng height of units above floor. 

Medium— Room \\ idth is 2 lime;; niouniing height of units above floor. 

Narrow— Room Width is about equal to mounting height of umts 

above floor. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



52 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "MODEL 6920" LUMINAIRE 






/ 




! ( 



Suspension Type With Shield 




Syspen^ton Type Withouf Shield 



This two-lamp luminaire is similar in appearance 
to the four-lamp model described on page 50. Very 
neat and pleasing in design, it finds ready application 
in lighting small stores, kitchens, halhvays and 
similar locations. Glass end plates provide a soft 
luminous glow and prevent lamps from falling out* 
Complete shielding of the lamps can be obtained by 
an Alba-lite glass shield which can be installed 
initially or may be added at any future time- 
Construction 

Reflector and ballast cover are made of heavy 



gauge metal, finished inside and out in baked white 
enameL Rod hanger assembly is finished in satin 
alumilite. All auxiliary equipment is mounted in 
the reflector, which securely fastens to the ballast 
cover by two cam-type fasteners. Sockets are 
mounted on rigid metal platform, to assure accurate 
socket spacing. Starters are accessible without 
removing tamps. 

Installation 

Fasten ballast cover to ceiling and bring circuit 
wires down through knockout in centre: or for sus- 



Col. 


Price 
Each 


Cyclei 


Lamp 
Watts 


Description 


line 

Voltoge 


Approx. 1 

Wotts 
Consumed 


Dim«nsk>ns (kidies) 


Ship. 


No. 


length 


Width 


Depth 


Wt. 


6920 

16923 

6925 

6962 

6999 
6912 


$22 50 
27 25 
30 00 
22 50 

3 30 
6 00 


60 
60 
25 

mi 


2-40 
2-40 
2-40 
2^0 


Exposed^-Ceiling Type 
Exposed — Ceiling Type 
Exposed — ^Ceiling Type 
Exposed ^Ceiling Tyi>e 

Rod Hanger Assembly 
Glass Shield 


110-125 
110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


97 
108 
106 

99 


48^ 

48H 
4«H 

24* 
48 


7H 


6% 

6^16 


20 
24 
30 
20 

3 
11 



NOTE: When ordering Suspension Type, specify as two items, namely: Ceiling Type and Rod Hanger As^mbly. 
•Hanger length only ceiling to top of fixture. Overall suspension to bottom of fixture. 30 inches. For additional U 



Ttuiaipped with instant start ballasts (no starters required). Must be used wuh insUnt start lamps. 
Lamps are not included in prices. 



length hanger add $1.00 per foot or fraction- 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



53 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "MODEL 6920" LUMINAIRE 




Continuous Mounting 




Ceiling Typ© Without Shield 

pension niounting. secure rods to cover with lock- 
nuts. Next, bring the reflector assembly up and 
close the cover plates, thus allowing assembly to 
hang on legs of ballast cover. Complete connec- 
tions, secure reflector assembly tightly to ballast 
cover by means of the two cowl fasteners, and install 
end plates. 

Conlinuoui Mounting 

The glass end plates with which ''Model 6920" 
luniinaires are equipped do not permit mounting 
in continuous rows. Metal end plates finished in 
baked ivory enamel will be supplied on request, 
at no extra charge, whenever it is desired to install 
these luminaires in continuous runs. Specify one 
No. 6997 end plate assembly for each fixture- 
Glass shield No. 6912 cannot be used with these 
metal end plates. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired, complete with FS-40 
Watch Dog starters and approved tulamp high 
power factor ballast which reduces stroboscopic 
effects to a minimum. 

UTILIZATION FACTORS 





Ceiling 75% 


Ceiling 50% 


Room 


Walls 


Walls 


Inciex 


50% 


30% 


10% 


50% 


30% 


10% 


J 

I 

H 
G 
F 
E 
D 
C 
B 
A 


29 

37 

41 

46 

49 

.54 

59 

61 

.66 

.68 


24 

31 

36 

.40 

.44 

49 

.53 

.56 

61 

.64 


21 

28 

33 

36 

39 
.45 
.49 

52 

57 

60 1 


.28 
34 
38 
41 

.44 
49 
S3 

.54 
59 
61 


23 

29 

34 

37 

.40 

.45 

49 

51 

55 

.57 


20 

26 

31 

.34 

37 

41 

.46 

.48 

.53 

55 




a 



\ 



Cron Section 

^^ 



\^ — rV 



/ 



^^^rrrrr 



^i i 



=*. 



-It 



-ifti- 



Plon Showing Mounting Moles 

ILLUMINATION PERFORMANCE (Without Shitid) 
[For "Model 6920'' witti Shield, Multiply F.C. Values by 0.75) 



Floor Area 


1 


FOOT-CANDLES* 


-. . Room t 
per Fixture r ■■ l 


Room Proportions { 


Sq. Ft. 


rinisn 


Wide 


Medium 


Narrow 


20 


Light 
Medium 


89 

73 


79 
66 


61 
SO 


30 


Light 
Medium 


60 

50 


54 

44 


40 
33 


40 


Light 
Medium 


45 
37 


40 
33 


31 

25 


50 


Light 
Medium 


36 
29 


32 

27 


24 

20 


60 


Light 
Medium 


30 
24 


27 
22 


20 
17 


70 


Light 
Medium 


25 

21 


22 
19 


17 
IS 



This tabulation applies where average mounting heights of 9V^ to IIH ^^f 
are used. 
•Fool-candles are calculated in-service values, using a maintenance factor 
of .70 which allows 30% for depreciation due to dust collection and ageing 
of lamps. Figures are based on the use of two 40-watt. 60 cycle 4500*IC 
White lamps per lummaire. For 60 cycle 3500*K White lamps multiply 
values by 1.1. For 60 cycle 6500*K Daylight lamps multiply values by .91. 
For 25 cycle lamps multiply 60 cycle values by .95 
tLight— Ceiling 75 56 or better Reflection Fa'^tor. Walls SQ%. 
Medium — Ceiline 50% Reflection Factor. Wails 30%. 
Dark finishes not recommended. 
{Wide — Room width is 4 times mounting height of units above floor. 
Medium — ^Room width is 2 times mounting height of units above floor. 
Narrow — Room width is about equal to mounting height of units above fioor , 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



54 



GENERAL ELECTRIC SHOW WINDOW LUMINAIRE 




Show Window Luminoire Without Louver 



Application 

More customers and increased sales are the 
result when show windows are sufficiently well- 
lighted to attract the attention of the passers-by 
to the merchandise displayed. The necessary 
intensity of illumination is efficiently and economi- 
cally provided by a properly designed installation 
of General Electric show window iuminaires. 
Functional in design, yet pleasing in appearance, 
these Iuminaires will more than repay their cost in 
the added business obtainable through the increased 
attraction of the show window. 

Con sf ruction 

Lamps are deeply recessed in the reflector. 



thus providing excellent shielding. In order to 
direct the light to the centre of the display, the 
reflector is at an angle of 12 degrees to the horizontal. 
All auxiliary equipment is mounted in the housing 
for ease of installation and maintenance. Sturdy 
one-piece reflector is easily detached from housing 
by four wing nuts, without disturbing wiring. 
Starters are readily accessible without removing 
lamps. Heavy gauge metal is finished inside and 
out with hard baked white enamel. 

Louver 

An attractively-patterned hinged louver is avail- 
able for use with General Electric show window 
Iuminaires. This louver prevents direct viewing of 



Cot. No. 



6890 



Price 
Each 



Cycles 



Lamp 
Wotts 



Line 
Voltage 



Approx. 

Watts 
Conjumed 



Dimensions (Inches) 



Length 



Width 



LUMINAIRE ONLY 



lOUVER ONLY 



S 00 



NOTE: When ordering luminaire with louver, specify as two items. 

•Equipped with Instant-Start ballasts (no starters required). Must be used with Instant-Start lamps. 

FS-44 Low Tefrperature Starters available on special order at $8.80 additional per fixture. 

Lamp* are not included in prices. 



Depth 



Ship. 
Wt 



6800 


$42 00 


60 


4-40 


110-125 


194 


48j/g 


12H 


6H 


40 


•6803 


51 50 


60 


4-40 


110-125 


216 


48 J/^ 


12H 


6H 


44 


6845 


57 00 


25 


4-^0 


110-125 


212 


48 H 


12H 


6H 


58 


6866 


42.00 


662^ 


4-40 


110-125 


198 


48 H 


12H 


614 


40 



10 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



55 



GENERAL ELECTRIC SHOW WINDOW LUMINAIRE 




Show Window Luminairft With Louver 



the lamps by persons on the street as well as by those 
in the main display area of the store^ particularly 
where the show window is open to the store. By 
thus eliminating distracting glare, full attention is 
directed to the merchandise on display. 

The louver may be installed initially, or it can 
be added at any future time. Luminaires are 
supplied already drilled for hinges and spring clips, 
which are supplied with the louver. Installation 
can simply and quickly be effected. Louver swings 
clear for easy lamp replacement. Strongly con- 
structed of heavy gauge metal, finished in baked 
white enamel. 

initallation of Luminaife 

May be mounted flush or suspended. Housing 
has two knockouts for ^2 ^^^^ conduit, on 30 
inch centres. Four jfg inch holes are provided 



for ceiling mounting, During installation, re- 
flector is easily removed making alt wiring accessible 
for connections. For recessing, angle brackets will 
be supplied on special order, at no extra charge. 

Continuous Mounting 

To mount in continuous rows, remove knockouts 
from end plates and fasten luminaires together by 
nipple and locknuts. Conduit can be connected 
between luminaires, through holes in enri plates, 
to provide rontinui>us wiring with any spacing of 
luminaires. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired, complete with 
FS-40 Watch Dog starters and a[)i)roved tulam|> 
high power factor ballasts which reriucc stroboscopic 
effects to a minimum. 




T 



>r 



lL»-«oi,TVl wmc I 



iB»njm. 



Cross Section (with Louver) 



^ •tt 



I 



^'OUk 



"^«-?fcv 



ft' 



t MMC«- ^9*> 



4«:% 



Pfon Showing Mounting Holet 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



■P.-^f€J- 



56 



CURTIS "4060" LUMINAIRE 




The low brightness of the "Forty-Sixty" lumin- 
aire blends with the illuminated ceiling, producing 
a comfortable field of vision. High levels of illum- 
ination without distracting and harmful glare are 
readily attained with this unit. Particularly re- 
commended for offices, class-rooms and drafting 
rooms. 

Light Control 

The ceiling is illuminated by an indirect com- 
ponent of approximately 40% of the light output. 
The 60% direct component is louvered to provide 
35° crosswise and 25° lengthwise shielding. Within 
the shielded zone maximum brightness does not 
exceed .3 candles per sq. in. crosswise or .6 candles 
per sq. in. lengthwise. 

Construction 

Aluminum and steel. Aluminum reflectors, louver 
fins, canopy, wiring channel and ends. Steel hanger 
stems. Plastic end ornament. 

Reflectors, louver fins, wiring channel and end 
plates finished in white Fluracite. Ornamental star 
in Ivory tone. Hanger finished warm grey. 



Louver is hinged and will swing down for cleaning 
and relamping or for access to the wiring channel. 
If desired, however, assembly can be completely 
removed by detaching two screws. Special 12 inch 
two-stem hanger permits easy installation. Other 
length hangers can be supplied where required. 

Fixtures are furnished wired for 110-125 volt 
60 cycle circuits writh high power factor tulamp 
ballast and FS-4 starters. Total Watts: 95. 

Maintenance 

All-metal unit with no horizontal reflecting or 
diffusing surfaces to collect dust . . . designed to 
require minimum of cleaning. Lamps may be 
replaced without removing the louver. 

Continuous Runs 

For a continuous run with single-stem hangers 
located between sections and at the ends of the run, 
order one 4-foot basic unit and as many 4-foot 
extension sections as are needed to complete the 
run. Basic unit is packed with two hangers for the 
ends, extension section with one hanger. Wire 



SINGH STEM HANGER 1 


TWIN-STEM HANGER 


Lamp 

Warn 


Dimensioni (Inches) 


Sfemt 

Length 




BASIC UNIT EXTENSION UNIT 


Col. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Stem 
Spocing 




Depth 


5h<p. 
Wt 


Cot. No. 


, _ .. 

Price Each Cat. No. 


Price Each 


Length 


Width 




4060-CB 
4061-CB 


$49 50 4060-CE 
81 00 4061 -CE 


$45 00 ' 4060-C 
76 50 , 4061-C 


$46 SO 

79 50 


21 ' 


2-40 
i 2-85 


48H 
60 H 


12V$ 
12 H 




12' 
12* 


36 
40 



tFor additional lengths — pricea on appUcatioa. 
Lamps are not induded in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



57 



CURTIS "4060" LUMINAIRE 




The "40dO" — Continuous Mounting 



entrance can be made throu}.(h an\- hanKtr. .Mlow 
485^ir, inches on centres for spotting haiijjjers except 
at ends where 44J-f6 inches on centres is allowed. 

If continuous fi.xtures are wanted with centrall> 
located two-stem hangers, order the same unit as 
for individual mounting, (^onnectors are furnished 
with all units. Allow 48^1^ inches on centres. 

"FORTY-SIXTY-ONE" UNIT 

"F'orty-Sixty-One" is the 5-foot, two 85-watt 
size of the "Forty-Sixty." This unit is irlenticai in 
cross-section and construction with "Forty-Sixty" 
except that it is 60^4 inches long and arranged for 
use with two 85-watt lamps. Supjilit'd wired with 
high power factor tulanip ballast and FS-64 
starters. Total w'atts: 202. 

Distribution is similar to that of the "Foru- 
Sixty". "Forty-Sixty-One" can also be furnished 
for continuous runs with single-stem hangers. 
Allow 60^f6 inches on centres for spotting hange/s 
except at ends of run where 56^f6 inches is allowed. 



COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION 
'FORTY-SIXTY" LUMINAIRE ONLY 







CEILING 




CEILING 


1 CEILING 


RooTi 


75% 


50' , 


30%, 


Index 


Walls 




Wall» 




Walls 




50', 


30% 


10' t 


50'x 


30' t 


'O'x 


30'i lO'o 


J 


.30 


.27 


.26 


.28 


.26 


.25 


.24 


.23 


I 


.36 


.34 


.33 


.33 


.32 


.31 


.30 


.28 


H 


.40 


.38 


.36 


.36 


.35 


.33 


.33 


.32 


C 


.43 


.41 


.39 


.40 


.37 


.36 
.38 
.41 


.35 


.34 


F 


.46 


.43 


.41 


.41 


.39 


.37 


.35 


E 


.49 
.52 


.47 


.45 


.44 


.42 


.39 


.38 


D 


.49 


.47 


.46 


.45 


.43 


.41 


.40 


C 


.54 


.51 


.49 


.47 


.46 


.44 


.42 


.41 


B 


.56 


.53 


.52 


.50 


.48 


.47 


.43 


.42 


A 


.57 


.55 


.53 


.51 


.49 


.48 


.45 


.43 




.0. 



rw 



®r 



Distribution Curve 



Crois Section 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



i 



58 



CURTIS <* ANNIVERSARY" LUMINAIRE 




The "Anniversary" Lunninaire is of the general 
diffusing type with the top completely open for 
better utilization of the indirect component. The 
direct component is shielded 30° lengthwise and 
crosswise by the attractive one-piece louver. 

For four 40-watt lamps per section. Recom- 
mended for both store and office lighting, the 
"Anniversary" Luminaire can be used either as 
an individual unit or in continuous runs. It is 
an all metal unit with a very shallow body. Side 
panels are designed so that lamps are louvered and 
reflected light is utilized to illuminate and create a 
decorative effect. The graceful modern appear- 
ance is enhanced by the distinctive dart pattern 
visible from the underside of the luminaire. 



Material and Finish 

Made of steel with reflecting surfaces and louver 
finished white Fluracite. End plates and hanger 
finished light grey. 



Dim«ntioni 

Width, 18"; overall depth, 4J4"; depth of body, 
3"; length, including end ornament, 51^*. Stand- 
ard suspension is 12", but stems for 18", 2V , 36" 
and 48" suspensions are available on request. Net 
weight is 33 lbs. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Luminaires are supplied wired for 110-125 volt 
60 cycle operation with high power factor tulamp 
ballasts and FS-4 starters. Total watts, 198. 

Inttaltotion and Maintenance 

Curtis hangers permit simplified installation. 
Lamps and starters can be changed from above 
without opening the louver. Louver is hinged on 
both sides and is easily removed. 

Since there are no horizontal reflectors or diffus- 
ing surfaces to collect dust, maintenance costs are 
inherentlv low. 



SINGLE-STEM HANGER 


TWIN-STEM HANGER 


Lomp 
Watt* 


Dimensions (In.) 


Stcmf 
Length 




BASIC UNIT 


EXTENSION UNIT 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Stem 
Spacing 






Depth 


Ship 
Wt. 


Cat. No. Price Eoch 


Cat. No. 


Price Each 


Length Widm 




1 
Sl-CB $84 00 


51-CE 


$76.00 


51-C 


$79.00 


7H' 


4-40 


5l3/g 


18 


4H 


12'' 


38 



tFor additional lengths— prices on application. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



59 



CURTIS ''ANNIVERSARY" LUMINAIRE 




Dtmensionol Dota 



Hangers 

Luminaire is packed complete, less hanger, in a 
specially designed carton. Catalogue number of 
luminaire less hanger is 51-CLH, 

Xo. 51-CB consists of 51-CLH plus one No. 629 
basic hanger set (comprises two single stem hangers 
and fittings complete in one carton). 

No. 51-CE consists of 51-CLH plus one No, 630 
single stem hanger, packed in separate carton. 

No. 51-C consists of 51-CLH plus one No. 631 
two-stem hanger, packed in separate carton. 

Illumination Data 

The photometric cur\e is reproduced below. 
The Coefficients of Utilization table given is 
derived from this curve. 



Condlepower Distribution 

The candlepower distribution of the '^51" 
luminaire is such that only 5.4*:^ of the bare lamp 
lumens are delivered in the 60*^-90^ zone. By 
keeping light in this zone at a low value, seeing 
comfort is greatly increased. 

Efficiency 

Light output of the '*5r' is such that this unit 
is classified as a * 'general diffuse lighting type 
fluorescent luminaire". The ''51" has an overall 
efficiency of 78.3% of bare lamp lumens. 

Brightness 

The maximum brightness within the shielded 
zone of the **5r' luminaire is L5 candles per 
square inch (678 foot-lamberts). 



IH* 









cy^ In, 5:i7T yr; .l5> 



ff= F 





in' 




\ 



COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION 



III* 

in* 

♦*■ 
»■ 



w 


1 


■^//, 


/., 


Jm Pl*n# 


i 




'x 



Rnmn 


Ceiling 
75% 


Ceiling 
50% 


Ceiling 
30% 


Index 


Walls 


Walls 


Walls 




50% 


30% 


10% 


50% 


30% 


10% 


30% 


10% 


J 


.26 


.22 


.21 


.22 


.20 


19 


.18 


.17 


I 


.32 


.28 


.27 


.28 


.25 


.23 


.22 


.21 


H 


.35 


.32 


.30 


30 


.28 


27 


.25 


23 


G 


.39 


.36 


.33 


.34 


.31 


.29 


.27 


26 


F 


.42 


.38 


.35 


.35 


.33 


.31 


.29 


.27 


E 


.45 


.42 


.39 


.39 


.36 


.34 


31 


.30 


D 


.49 


.45 


.43 


.41 


,39 


.37 
.39 


.33 


.32 


c 


.51 


.48 


.45 


.43 


.40 


.34 


.33 


B 


.54 


.51 
.53 


.49 


.45 

.47 


.43 


.41 
.43 


.36 


.35 


A 


.56 


.51 


.44 


.38 


.36 



Distribution Curv« 



For average conditions a maintenance factor of 75% is suggested. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL & ELECTRIC 



60 



CURTIS "TRANQUILUX" LUMINAIRE 




The Tranquilux and Tranquilouver are attractive, 
modern luminaircs available for two, three or four 
40-\vatt lamps. Recommended for use in offices, 
stores, schools and draughting rooms. Scientifically 
engineered for maximum efficiency and comfortable 
vision, they provide excellent working conditions 
at moderate cost to promote speed, accuracy, and 
increased production. 

Tranquilux 

To produce smooth, even, blended illumination 
the lamps are operated out of phase so that while 
some are at maximum brilliance others are reaching 



minimum. In addition, frosted glass mixing shields 
are placed between the lamps to reduce brightness 
and further decrease flicker. For best results on 
25 cycle circuits, lamps with coated ends should 
be used and where 3-phase power is available 
adjacent units should be connected to alternatf 
phases. Lamps are well shielded from any normal 
transverse viewing angle by ribbed glass diffusing 
panels. Ease of maintenance is assured by the 
placing of all reflecting and diffusing elements in 
planes which minimize dust adhesion. All of these 
important surfaces are easy to clean and their 
hardness resists scratching or deterioration. 



60 CYCLE 


25 CYCLE 


Lamp 
Watts 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Shipping Weight 


Cat. No. 


Price Each 


Cot. No. 


Price Each 


Width 


Height 


60 Cyc. 


25 Cyc. 


6227-C 

6237-C 
6247-C 


$49 00 

68 00 
76 00 


6227-F 
6237-YF* 
6237-DFt 
6247-F 


$55 00 
87 00 1 
93 OOf 
96 00 


2-40 
3^0 
4^0 


9 
16 


7 
7 
7 


28 

37 
58 


31 

50 
66 



♦For 1 20 volt. 3 Phase — for end to end use in pairs of units only. 

tFor 208 volt. 3 Phage. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



Hangers not included — Sm Page 62. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL /& ELECTRIC 



61 



CURTIS "TRANQUILOUVER" LUMINAIRE 




Tranquilouver 

This luminaire is similar to tlie Tranquilux with 
ihe exception that it is equipped with louvers 
instead of glass mixing shields. These louvers 
effectively conceal lamps from ordinary view, pro- 
viding 35° crosswise and 25*^ lengthwise shielding. 
Scientifically designed with careful attention to 
proper mixing, they tend to reduce perceiJtihle 
flicker. Surfaces are correctly slanted to lower 
brightness and to give a uniform large area source 
of illumination. Louvers may be purchased separ- 
ately and will fit existing installations of Tran- 
quilux luminaires which have the new end plate 
with perforated pattern. 



Construction of Tranquilux and Tranquilouver 

These units are liuilt to ensure long life and 
trouble free performance. Made throughout of 
18-gaugc aluminum. All units ma) be mounted 
in continuous runs if desired. Simply remove 
ornaments and bolts from end plates, couple them 
together with chase ni[)ple and locknut and replace 
bolts. Fixtures are wired complete with FS-4 
starters and approved high power factor ballasts. 

Finish 

Finish is in Fluracite. This retlecting surface is 
a synthetic polymerizing high tem[)crature baked 
enamel, glossy white and mineral hard — especially 
developed to maintain and not distort the colour 
value of the fluorescent lamp. Fluracite does not 
peel, chip or check even under severe conditions, 
yet possesses unusually high reflectivity and is 
easily cleaned with soap and water. 



60 CYCLE 


25 CYCLE 


Lamp 

Worn 


Dimeniiom (Inches) 


Shipping Weight 


Cat. No. 


Price Each 


Cat. No. 


Price Each 


Width 


Height 


60 Cyc. 


25 Cyc. 


6227-LC 

6237-LC 

6247-LC 


$49 00 

68 00 
76 00 


6227-LF 
6237-LYF* 
6237-LDFt 
6247-LF 


$S5 00 

87 00 
93 00 
96 00 


2-40 

3-40 
4-40 


9 

12I4 
16 


7 

7 
7 


26 

35 
54 


29 

52 
62 



♦For 120 volt. -1 Phase — for end to end use in pairs of units only. 

tFor 208 volt. 3 Phase. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



Hanger? not included — See Page 62. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL® ELECTRIC 



62 



CURTIS "TRANQUILUX" AND "TRANQUILOUVER" 

LUMINAIRES 



^ 



36" r 




SUGGESTED HANGER PLANS 



36' 



4- 



•12- 






No. 624 



!J= 



■0- 



N*6 26 



1 



N*627 



I 



No. 626—627 



Methods of Suspension 

For normal ceiling heights (IT 6" and lower) 
mount luminaires directly against ceiling. On 
higher ceilings, they may be suspended if desired. 
For good appearance and lighting results, the top of 
the housing should be from 10' to 1 1' above the floor, 

One*Slem Hanger — Catalogue No. 624 

This hanger is composed of a single steel stem 
36" long with a self-aligning canopy fitting. The 
lower end is threaded, and a locknut, two heavy 
washers and clamping nut are included. A knockout 
in the top of the luminaire is provided for fastening 
to stem. Finish, aluminum lacquer. 

Use at end of row in continuous runs containing 
an odd number of luminaires. 

Two-Stem Hangers — Catalogue Nos. 626 and 627 
These hangers consist of a cast canopy bar and 



One Section 



3 e 



624 



626 



B 



Three (Odd Numbered) Sections 




626 OR 
627 



Four (Even Numbered) Sections 

two steel tube stems. Stems are held at top and 
bottom by heavy cotter pins. Standard suspension 
is 36" from ceiling to top of luminaire w^hich can be 
shortened easily on the job by cutting off stems to 
new length and drilling J^" hole in each stem. 

Use No. 626 hanger for Nos. 6227-C, 6227-LC, 
6247^C, 6247-LC, 6247-F and 6247-LF when hanger 
is at centre of unit or on all units when hanger is 
over junction between two units. Use No. 627 
hanger for Nos. 6227-F, 6227-LF, 6237-C and 
6237-LC. With No. 626 Hanger^ be sure bottom 
plates are inside housing in position shown. Finish, 
aluminum lacquer. 



Cat 

No. 


Price 
Each 


Type 


Length 


Ship 


624 
626 
627 


$ 5 00 

9 20 

10 60 


One-Stem 

Two-Stem 
Two-Stem 


36' 
36' 
36' 


4 
7 
8 



LOCATION OF MOUNTING HOLES 



i_ _1o — ^f©^.^-^'' 



—o'^l*- 




6'-^ 



% — ; 
1—6'- 



%t^ ^^-- 



No. 6227 



ft 6 «^ 



A 






No. 6237 









*-6H 



8 




tz 



t 






I a' 



•- 6 



No. 6247 

Knockouts ond Supports 

Knockouts are provided in the top of all luminaires 
for use as wire entrance or for attachment to hangers. 
Quarter-inch holes (''''B**) are used for toggle or 
expansion bolts when units are mounted directly 
on the ceiling. ^""A" indicates location of knockouts 
for hangers. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



63 



CURTIS 'TRANQUILUX" AND 'TRANQUILOUVER" 

LUMINAIRES 

ILLUMINATION PERFORMANCE 



Footcandles for Tranquilux may be calculated 
from the charts or by the "Coefficient of Utilization" 
method, using the table directly below. 



COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION 





Ceiling 75% 


Ceiling 50% 


Ceiling 30% 


Room 
InHftM 


Walls 


Wolls 


Walls 




50% 


30% 
.25 


10% 


50% 


30% 


10% 


30% 


10% 


J 


.29 


22 


29 


.25 


.22 


.24 


.22 


I 


.37 


.32 


30 


.36 


32 


.29 


32 


29 


H 


.40 


.36 


34 


.39 


.36 


.34 


.35 


.33 


G 


.44 


.40 


.37 


.42 


39 


.37 


.38 


.36 


F 


.47 


.43 


.40 


.45 


.42 


.39 


.41 


.39 


£ 


.51 


,47 


.44 


.49 


.46 


.43 


.45 


.43 


D 


.55 


51 


4g 


.53 


50 


.47 


.49 


.47 


C 


.57 


.52 


49 


.54 


51 


.49 


.51 


.48 


B 


.60 


.56 


S3 


.57 


.54 


.52 


.53 


.52 


A 


61 


.58 


.55 


.59 


56 


.54 


.55 


.53 



APPROXIMATE FOOTCANDLE VALUES 



O 

< 

2-40 



CO NT. 



2-40 



CONT. 
2-40 



CONT 



SINGLE TWO LAMP UNIT 

ALSO CONTINUOUS SECTION 



MOUNTING 
HEIGHT 



53 



READINGS ON 

CENTRE LINE 

PARALLEL TO LAMPS 



READINGS ON 

CENTRE LINE 

RIGHT ANGLES TO LAMPS 



1 



11 18 20 II 



5.5 35 



2 3 3.S 5 7 



9 



€0 45 30 J7 10 8 4 

I I .1 I 1 I I 

10 9 6 5 3.5 2 5 2 



n 



1 2 35 4 7 



40 36 24 21 U 6 6 

I I I I I I I 

7 7 7 5 3 2] 



i 



32 26 24 20 14 10 5 

J I LJ l_J L 



12' 10' 8' 6' 4' 2' 0' 2' 4' 6' 8' 10' 12' 



6' 



t 

9 



t 



12 



The application of continuous fluorescent sources 
to general lighting problems is somewhat different 
than planning for luminaires on conventional out* 
let spacing- For this reason the footcandle charts 
shown have been prepared. 

Constant footcandle values are obtained under 
a continuous section at points more than 12 feet 
in from either end* At the end of a long section, 
the values are one-half of those under the centre 
of a long section. 

The chart shows how the intensities under single 
and continuous sections vary with mounting height. 
It is easv to determine the intensities between 
continuous sections by the use of the data given. 

The charts have been compiled from tests on 
units mounted on a fairly light ceiling and are based 
on 3500° white lamps. For 4500*^ white lamps, de- 
crease values by 10 per cent. 

For daylight lamps decrease values by 15 per cent, 

A maintenance factor of 75 per cent is suggested. 
This means the footcandle values over a period 
of time will be 75 per cent of those given in the 
tables. 

For large interiors with average ceiling heights 
each watt (including ballasts), per square foot of 
floor area, will produce approximately 15 to 20 
footcandles including a depreciation factor. For 
smaller rooms for each watt per square foot an 
average of 12 to 15 footcandles will result. 



SINGLE THREE LAMP UNIT 

ALSO CONTINUOUS SECTION 



MOUNTING 



O 

< 

3-40 



COKT. 



3-40 



CONT. 



3-40 



CONT. 



^3 



READINGS ON 

CENTRE UNE 

PARALLEL TO LAMPS 



HEIGHT 1 



READINGS ON 

CENTRE LINE 

RIGHT ANGLES TO LAMPS 



15 2 5 



15 36 30 24 13 10 



3 5 2 5 



6' 



2.5 4 



90 70 40 30 15 10 5 

I I I I I I I 



5 7 



10 13 15 13 



9 



35 



10 



160 50 36 
I I I 

10 10 10 10 



28 



19 10 

I I 

5 3 



8 



L5 



45 40 38 28 22 



15 



J I I I l__L 



t 



9' 



tl 

1 



12' 10' 8" 6' 4' 2' 0' 2' 4' 6' 8' 10' 12' 



SINGLE FOUR LAMP UNIT 

ALSO CONTINUOUS SECTION 
I 



MOUNTING 
HEIGHT 



UJ 

O 

< 

4-40 



CONT. 



4-40 



CONT 

4-40 



CONT. 



^8 



READINGS ON 

CENTRE UNE 

PARALUL TO LAMPS 



READINGS ON 

CENTRE LINE 

RiGHT ANGLES TO LAMPS 



3S 40 32 17 14 



13 17 



120 9 

I 

20 



54 4 2 



2( 

I 

8 12 5 9 5 8 



t 1 



( I 



4 



13 13 



80 72 

I 1 

13 13 



38 32 20 12 

I I I I 

13 9 7 4 2 



o8 
J- 



1 



■y- : 

I 



35 



30 



20 



10 



12" 10' 8' 6' 4' 2' 0' T 4' b' 8' 10' 12' 



t 



9' 



12- 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



64 



CURTIS TROFFERS 




Continuous Row Installotton of Louvered Troffers 



These troffers are of two general types. They 
are equipped with side and end flanges and are 
easy to install in any t\ pc ceiling including T-Bar 
construction; however, the T-Bar clips are not used 
to support the unit. 

General Construction Features 

Wireway is suspended from ^'V shape support 
brackets which are readily adjustable for thickness 
of framing and plaster or acoustical material 
Reflectors are assembled to wireway with wing nuts 
and complete unit is drawn up to ceiling with long 
bolts. Sections can be wired together in lengths 
convenient for installation and installed as a unit. 
In general, one wire entrance will be sufficient for 
the entire run. 

Dimensions 

Each unit is exactly 48" long and fits into a 12" 
slot in the ceiling. This permits exact alignment of 
reflectors with acoustical ceiling patterns. Width 
at bottom over flanges, 13", Depth above finished 



ceiling required for recessing, 93^". 

Carton Packed 

All units, basic and extension, are unit carton 
packed complete for easy storage. 

LOUVERED TROFFERS 

These troffers are carefully designed for high 
efficiency and low brightness. Reflectors, wireway 
and louvers are made of heavy gauge aluminum 
w^ith Fluracite (w^hite) finish. Louvers are of the 
swing down type and provide shielding 35*^ cross- 
w^ise and 25° lengthwise. 

GLASS BOTTOM TROFFERS 

With Fluracite reflector and sliding glass panels. 
The general construction of these units is the same 
as the louvered types. Glass panels are of diffusing 
glass arranged to slide over each other for main- 
tenance. Panels can be easily removed when 
necessary. 



Cat. 
No, 



Price 
Each 



LOUVERED TROFFERS 



Lamp 
Wotts 



Description 



Line 
Voltage 



60 CYCLE 



Approx. Wattf 
Consumed 



Shipping 
Weii 



I722-C 


$50.00 


2-^0 


Basic 


110-125 


97 


36 


1722-CE 


48 00 


2-40 


Extension 


110-125 


97 


36 


1723-C 


6g 00 


3-40 


Basic 


110-125 


143 


40 


1723-CE 


66 00 


3-40 


Extension 


110-125 


143 


40 



25 CYCLE 



1722-F 
1722-FE 
n723-YF 
M723-YFE 
1723-DF 
1723-DFE 



$60 00 
58 00 
90 00 
88 00 
86 00 
84 00 




•For end to end use in pairs of units only 

t3 phase. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



Basic 


110-125 


106 


40 


Extension 


110-125 


106 


40 


Basic 


110-125 


159 


42 


Extension 


110-125 


159 


42 


Basic 


208t 


140 


42 


Extension 


208t 


140 


42 



Single phase or 5'phase operation. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



CURTIS TROFFERS 



65 




Glass Bottom Troffer 



COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION 
Catalogue No. \722-C 
Fluracite Reflector with louver 





Ceiling 75% 


Ce 


ling 50% 


Ceiling 30% 


Room 


Walts 


Wotli 


Wolls 


Index 


50% 


30% 


10% 


50%' 


30% 
32 


10% 


30%' 
32 


10% 


J 


.35 


.32 


.31 


34 


.31 


.30 


1 


.42 


.40 


.39 


.41 


40 


.39 


39 


.38 


H 


.45 


.44 


.43 


.44 


.43 


.42 


.43 


.41 


G 


.48 


.47 


.46 


.47 


.46 


.45 


.46 


.44 


F 


.51 


.49 


.48 


49 


.48 


.47 


.48 


.47 


E 


.53 


52 


51 


52 


.51 


.50 


.50 


,49 


D 


.56 


.54 


.53 


55 


.54 


.52 


.53 


.52 


C 


.58 


56 


.55 


56 


55 


.54 


.54 


.53 


B 


.59 


.57 


56 


.57 


,56 


.55 


.55 


.54 


A 


.60 


.59 


.58 


58 


57 


.56 


.56 


55 



For average conditions a maintenance factor of 7S% is suggested. 

NOTE: The above table may also be used for 3-40 watt units if the final 
foot candle valuea are increased by 35% for the additional lamp, since 
the overall efficiency of two lamp units is slightly greater than that of three 
lamp units. 



COEFFICIENTS OF UTILIZATION 

Catalogue No. 1752*C 

Flurdcite Reflector with Glaii Panelt 





Ceiling 75% 


Ceiling 50% 


Ceiling 30% 


Room 


WolU 


Walls 


Walli 


Index 


50% ' 30% 


10% 


50% ' 30% ' 


10% 


30% 


10% 


J 


.31 


.28 


27 


31 


.28 


,27 


.28 


26 


1 


.38 


36 


34 


.37 


.35 


34 


35 


33 


H 


.41 


.39 


38 


.40 


38 


37 


39 


.37 


G 


.44 


.43 


41 


.42 


41 


.40 


41 


.40 


F 


.46 


.45 


.44 


.45 


43 


,42 


.43 


.42 


E 


.49 


48 


47 


.48 


46 


.45 


46 


.45 


D 


.52 


50 


49 


.50 


48 


.47 


48 


.47 


C 


.54 


52 


50 


52 


50 


.49 


49 


.48 


B 


.55 


.53 


52 


.53 


52 


.51 


.51 


.50 


A 


56 


54 


1 .53 


.54 


,53 


52 


.52 


51 



For average conditions a maintenance factor of 75% is suggested. 

NOTF: The above table may also be used for 3-40 watt units if the final 
foot candle values are increased by 35% for the addiiional lamp, since 
the overall efficiency of two lamp units is ?Iightly greater than that of three 
lamp unita. 



GLASS BOTTOM TROFFERS 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Watts 


Description 


Line 
Voltage 


Approx. Wottj 
Consumed 


Shipping 
Weight 




60 CYCLE 


1752-C 
1752-CE 
1753-C 
1753-CE 


$44 00 
42 00 
62 00 
60 00 


2-40 
2-40 
3-tO 
3-40 


Basic 
Extension 
Basic 
Extension 


110-125 
110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


97 

97 

143 

143 


40 
40 

44 
44 








25 CYCLE 










1752-F 

1752-FE 
*1753-YF 
M753-YFE 
1753-DF 
1753-DFE 


$55.00 

53 00 
84 00 
82 00 
80 00 
78 00 


2-40 

2-40 
3-40 
3-40 

3-40 
3-40 


Basic 

Extension 

Basic 

Extension 

Basic 

Extension 


110-125 

110-125 
110-125 
110-125 
208t 
208t 


106 
106 
159 
159 
140 
140 


44 

44 
46 
46 
46 

46 



•For end to end use in pairs of units only. Single phase or J phase operation. 

tJ phase. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



i 



66 



FLUORESCENT CURTISTRIP 




Semi-Concenrrafmg Reflector Fixture 




Distributing Reflector Fixture 



-» ^1 



^ MQLPEKSTUr 

P0S>TI0*J 

LAMFHOLDfQ 
SOCitlTj 





AuxiLiAiY 
POViTlON 



k- 



S'- 



Cross Section 



Cross Section 



Semi-Concentrating Reflector Fixtures have deep 
symmetrical reflectors. They are intended for 
general or localized direct lighting over counters, 
cases and work tables. 

Distributing Reflector Fixtures have shallow 
symmetrical reflectors which spread the light over 
a wide area. They are for general direct lighting, 
local lighting when mounted below eye level, and 
for indirect lighting. 

Directional Reflector Fixtures have asymmetrical 
light distribution, They are for lighting sloping 
and vertical surfaces and for show window and cove 
applications- 

Reflectorless Fixtures have aluminum-bronze 
finish channel covers. They are suitable for certain 
strip lighting and decorative applications- 
Construction 

Channel is made of 20 gauge steel. Reflectors 
are Alzak aluminum, except items marked S, which 
are supplied with steel reflectors only — fluracite 
reflecting surface. 

Decorative Type — For exposcd-to-view mount- 
ing. Satin Silvertone finish, includes decorative 
end caps and reflector end plates. 



Economy Type — For concealed installation and 
use where a fine finish is not so important. Rust- 
resisting plated finish, plain channel end caps (No. 46 
extended end caps for making conduit connection), 
and open reflector ends. 

Reflector end-plates finished in Satin Silvertone 
may be ordered separately for Economy Type 
Fixtures: 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Type 


Std. 

Pkg 


502 
503 
504 
505 


$1 80 

1 45 

2 00 
2 00 


Deep Symmetrical 
Shallow Symmetrical 
Asymmetrical (right end) 
Asymmetrical (left end) 


ID 
10 
10 
10 



How to Order Continuous Runs 

Extension units (see tables on next page) for 
Fluorescent CurtiStrip permit making up continuous 
runs with any number of lamps. Basic units come 
in lengths up to nine feet. When a section more 
than nine feet long is desired, the run is made up 
with one Basic unit and one or more Extension units. 
The required Extension units should be selected 
first and the Basic unit used to complete the run. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



67 



FLUORESCENT CURTISTRIP 




Oirectionol Reflector Fixture 

poll TON '^ 





Reflectortess Fixture 






CURTISTRIP 



CHANI^CL 

covin 



I *mp 



h-^**'^ 



Cross Section 




AUJtiLlART 
POSmON 



LAMPKOLOrP 

(socKCT ; 



Length 



l'-6' 

2'-0' 
S'-O' 
4'-0' 
6'-0' 
8'-0' 
9-0' 



l'-6' 
2'-0' 
3'-0' 
4'-0' 
6'-0' 
8-0' 
9'-0' 



l'-6' 
2'-0' 
3'-0' 

4'-0' 
6'-0' 
8'-0' 
9'-0' 



Lamp 
WoMs 



BASIC UNITS 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 

Each 



EXTENSION UNITS 



Cat, 
No. 



Price 
Each 



SEMUCONCENTRATIN6 REFLECTOR FIXTURE 



Decorotive Type 



1-15 
1-20 
1-30 
1-40 
2-30 
2-40 
3-30 



201 -OS 

208-CS 
212-CS 
215-CS 
213-CS 
216-CS 
214-CS 



$24 30 






29 35 


->•<•■ 




31 30 






31 50 






57 05 






57 25 


216-ECS 


$49 50 


82 80 


1 214-ECS 


75 05 



Economy Tyf»e 



r-6' 


1-15 


427-C 


$19 25 1 






2'-0' 


1-20 


428-C 


23 75 






3'-0' 


1-30 


429-C 


26 10 




• * • 


4'-0' 


1-40 


430-CS 


26 30 






6-0' 


2-30 


412-C 


51 50 




' 


8'-0' 


2-40 


413-CS 


51 65 


4 13- ECS 


$49 85 


9'-0' 


3-30 


415-C 


76 70 1 


1 415-EC 


74 90 



DISTRtBUTtNG REFLECTOR FIXTURE 



Decorative Type 



1-15 
1-20 
1-30 
1-40 
2-30 
2-40 
3-30 



327-CS 

333-C 

337-C 

341-CS 

339-C 

342-CS 

340-C 



$22 85 
25 00 
30 95 
29 15 
56 95 
S3 30 
83 15 



342-ECS 
340-EC 



Economy Type 



1-15 
1-20 
1-30 
1-40 
2-30 
2-40 
3-30 



432-CS 

433-CS 

434-CS 

435-CS 

455-C 

456-CS 

458-C 



$18 55 
18 70 
26 45 
24 65 
52 20 
48 40 
77 75 



456-ECS 
458-EC 



$47 90 

77 75 



$46 60 
75 90 



Fixtures are for 110-125 volt, 60 cycle operation. Supplied assembled and 
wired, complete witli higli power factor ballast, lampholders and starter. 

Lamp! are not included in prices. 



1-6' 

2'-0' 
3'-0' 
4'-0' 
6'-0' 
8'-0' 
9'-0' 



I'-S' 

2'-0' 
3-0' 
4'-0' 
6-0' 
8-0' 
9'-0' 





Lamp 
Watts 


BASIC UNITS 


EXTENSION UNITS 


Length 


Cat. 

No, 


Price 
Each 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 

Each 


DIRECTIONAL REFLECTOR FIXTURE 


Decorative Type 



1-15 
1-20 
1-30 
1-40 
2-30 
2-40 
3-30 



292-C 

298-C 

302-CS 

306-CS 

304-CS 

308-CS 

305-CS 



1 $24 


SO 


i 26 


65 


31 


25 


31 


70 


56 


70 


66 


25 


82 


05 i 



308- ECS 
305-ECS 



$60 85 
76 70 



Economy Typo 



1-15 

1-20 
1-30 
1-40 
2 30 
2-40 
3-30 



437-C 

438-C 

439-CS 

442-CS 

465-CS 

466-CS 

468-CS 



10 
21 25 

25 75 

26 10 
50 75 
60 30 
75 60 



466-ECS 
468-ECS 



$58 50 
73 80 



REFLECTORIESS FIXTURE 



Decorative Type 



l'-6" 


1-15 


381-C 


$18 00 






2'-0' 


1-20 


387-C 


18 55 






3-0' 


1-30 


391 -C 


22 85 






4'-0' 


1-40 


394-C 


22 50 




.... 


6'-0' 


2-30 


392-C 


43 40 


• .... 


. 


8'-0' 


2-40 


395-C 


42 50 


395-EC 


$40 70 


9'-0' 


3-30 


393-C 


63 90 i 


393-EC 


62 10 







Economy Type 






r-6' 


1-15 


444-C 


$16 55 






2'-0' 


1-20 


445-C 


17 10 


. 




3-0' 


1-30 


446-C 


21 40 




• 


4'-0' 


1-40 


447-C 


21 05 




.... 


6'-0" 


2-30 


491-C 


41 95 






8'-0' 


2-40 


493-C 


41 05 


493-EC 


$39 25 


9-0' 


3-30 


495-C 


62 45 I 


1 495-EC 


60 65 



Fixtures are for 110-125 volt. 60 cycle operation. Supplied assembled and 
wired, complete with high power factor ballast. Jampholders and starter. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



DAWN "DESIGN 12" LUMINAIRE 




Thislumlnaireis unexcelled in design and appear- 
ance. The glass side panels and the aluminum 
louver with patented aluniilite finish shield the 
lamps and reduce the brightness of the unit to 
comfortable levels, making it an excellent luminaire 
for high quality lighting of schools, offices and com- 
mercial areas where comfortable seeing conditions 
are a primary consideration. 

Construction 

Mechanical design for durability, ease of instal- 
lation and ease of maintenance go with this lumin- 
aire. Metal parts are made of aluminum for 
light weight and durability. A separate ceiling 
pan with mounting bolts to attach the fixture 
proper is provided as a wiring trough for end to 
end mounting. The ballast pan of the fixture 
proper has socket straps apart from the co\er so 
the cover may be removed for installation without 
disturbing the fixture wiring. The lou\er is sus- 
pended by a cradle support attached to mounting 
bolts which also hold the cover in place by means 
of two wing nuts. 

• 

Finish 

The complete fixture has the patented alumilite 
finish. Alumilite is an electro-chemical process on 
aluminum which p^roduces a hard, non-tarnishing, 
easy to clean surface, satin silver in appearance. 



It is highly efficient in the reflection of light and 
the efficiency does not deteriorate with age. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired complete with 
tulamp high power factor ballasts and no-blink 
starters. 




7C 


' i^e^J^-ifCi. 


?X>^ 


4" 


^^^ 


^it 


^v 


3^ 


ISv 


\X 


/o^ft 


3\i^v/ 


/\ 


n^r 


rV\ 


'.:.: 


A.S* To l_AWP5 




Cross Section 



ia|- 



Distribution Curve 



()0» 



io 



a 



00 



i 



o 



ZZ 



/ 



0-6 HOLE^ 




4- 



Plan Showing Mounting Holes 





Price 
Each 


Cycles 


Lomp 
Wotts 


Line 
Voltage 


Approx. 

Watts 

Consumed 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Ship. 
Wt 


Cot. 
No. 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


144012 
•Kl 


$54 SO 
2 50 


60 


4-40 


110-125 


194 


48 H 
24 


1534 


8 


38 
3 



•Suspension Kit. 

tCat. No. -14012 h available for 25 cycle operation at $70.50 each. Instant start ballasts for 60 cycle 110-125 volts operation available, add 

il6.CX> to price. For additional rod hanger add $1.00 list per foot or fraction thereof. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



i 



69 



DAWN "DESIGN 16" LUMINAIRE 




The two lamp companion luminaire to the out- 
standing four lamp Design 12. Simihir in every 
respect, providintj a more ^uitable unit for quality 
lighting in low ceiling: areas. The ^lass side panels 
and the aluminum lou\er with patented ahimilite 
hnish shield the lamps and reduce the brightness 
of the unit to comfortable le\els. Ideally suited 
for schools, offices and commercial areas with low 
ceilings where comfortable seeing conditions are of 
prime importance. 



Construction 

The metal parts, made of aluminum, are light 
in weight. A separate ceiling pan is provided as a 
wiring trough particularly suited for end to end 
mounting. This trough has knockouts and mount- 
ing holes punched for mounting to outlet boxes or 
ceiling. The ballast pan of the fixture has socket 
straps apart from the cover which permits the cover 
to be removed for installation without disturl^ing 
the fixture wiring. The cover is held by supporting 
bolts from the ballast pan secured by wing nuts. 
The louver is suspended in position and hinges 
from weld pins on the end caps. 



Ftnisti 

The complete fixture has the patented ahimilite 
finish. Aluniilite is an electro-chemical process on 
aluminum which produces a hard, non-tarnishing, 
easv to clean surface, satin silver In appt^irance. 



Auxiliary Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired complete with 
tulamp high power factor ballasts and no-blink 
starters. 



U6I--J 





Cross Section 



--- A-3' Ti LAMP5 

'..•- PARAl-1-CL T* I- AMP 3 



Distribution Curve 




12 



4. 



oo* 



ZXo^6HOWt% 




lO 



<)0 



<s>' 



o 



z^ 



£d 4^0111 



IE= 



Plan Showing Mounring Holes 





Price 
Each 


Cycle* 


Lomp 

Worn 


line 
Voltage 


ApprOA. 

Watts 
Consumed 


Dimentioni (Incheil 


Ship. 
Wt 


Cot. 
No 


Length 


Wi<lth 


Depth 


22016 
•24016 
Kl 


$30 00 
38 50 

2 50 


60 

60 


220 
2-40 


110-125 
110-125 


49 
97 


24 
48 
24 


12 
12 


8 
8 


16 

28 

3 



•Cat ^ MOlfl ifl available for 25 cycle operation, at »49.80 eacti. Instant start ballasts lor 60 cycle 110-125 volt operatmu available, add 

moo » 

M $1.00 list per foot or fraction thereof. 



I _ 11 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL (^ ELECTRIC 



Mi 



■i 



70 



DAWN "DESIGN 19" LUMINAIRE 




'•• 4S TO h.AMPS 



Distribution Curve 



The lighting unit of distinction for the smooth, 
flush-to-the-ceiling lighting installation. It is de- 
signed primariK for use in modernization of offices, 
schools, stores, and commercial areas where acoustic 
type ceilings, air conditioning and modern con- 
struction are part of the scheme. It is equalh 
adaptahle to plaster and other types of ceilings. 
When fitted with either louver or glass panel it is 
smart in appearance and provides efficient, quality 
lighting. 

Construction 

Mechanically designed to have all the features 
desirable for installation, maintenance and lighting 



results. It is made of aluminum, today's smart 
metal, for lightness and durability. Heavy gauge 
U-shaped steel supporting brackets are supplied for 
suspending the fixture and adjusting for alignment 
and to these may be attached fittings to carry 
acoustic type ceilings. A separate pan is supplied 
containing wireways and junction boxes with 
suitable knockouts for the wiring system eliminat- 
ing the need for conduit and outlet boxes. The 
ballast pan contains all the fixture wiring and is 
easily attached by means of two wing-nuts to the 
wiring pan. The reflector with closed ends is 
designed to fit into a standard sized ceiling opening 
48 inches bv 12 inches with a covering edge on 





Price 
Each 


Cycl«J 


Lomp 
Won* 


Line 
Voltage 


Approx. 

Wotti 
Consumed 


Dimensions (Inches) 


■- 

Ship. 
Wf 


Cot. 
No. 


Length 


Width 


0«pth 


12019 
14019 
22019 
32019 
24019 
34019 


$29 00 
40 00 
33 00 
40 00 
43 70 
54 50 


60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


1-20 
1-40 
2-20 
3-20 
2-40 
3-40 


110-125 
110-125 
110-125 
110-125 
110-125 
110-125 


25 
49 
49 
74 
97 
143 


24 
48 
24 
24 
48 
48 


11'4 

11^ 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


13 
22 
16 
20 
28 
32 



Instant start b. 
Lamps are not 



>r 2-40 watt 60 cycle 110-125 volt operation available, add $8.0Q to price, 
.ed in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



71 



DAWN "DESIGN 19" LUMINAIRE 



both sides. Separate fittings with covering edges 
are also supplied to clip on to the ends and a special 
fitting for covering the ends of adjacent fixtures in 
end to end mounting. The louver fits in the 
reflector opening being supported by projecting 
sections of the reflector ends. A glass and frame 
are also available, on special order. 

Finish 

The complete fixture has the patented alumilite 
finish, Alumilite is an electro-chemical process on 



aluminum which produces a hard^ non-tarnishing, 
easy to clean surface, satin silver in appearance. 
It is highly efficient in the reflection of light and the 
efficiency does not deteriorate with age. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired complete with high 
power factor ballasts and no-blink starters. 

Installation 

To install see cross section and installation detail. 









riATv«K lHOt»l 



Cf*AMkt«i. 



D'MC^IT) 'TWO Av^VutO 
■• »ik-1WK4 uoc*>*co «.* 

*OJU>tMt.»«T 




p' oiCOO OR mciAk 



CROSS SECTION— No. 24019 

Ceiling opening required: 481/i"x 12". Clearonce required above 
ceiling line: 7 W. 



/ 




a 



ALTERNATIVE GLASS PANEL BOTTOM— No. 240! 9-G 









'^6A« •»• ftlOI. 't.fi»4A 




a*»*t C*.» *» ■» (*> 







Defotf Qt junction of fiKiures 
m a continuous row. 



Detoil at extreme ends of 
single units or continuous rows. 



JUtHiC^iQihl *9^-\ «ftRIM« C.4AMHei 




jlltX, HAV« M -fS/M<,1'»CM itom. 



WIRING PAN— Initoll this in ceiling first, 
run otf circuit wiring in the wiring channel 



Levet arid line up. Then 












ubuvcc; Mi)H«c. BnACAt-n, 



REFLECTOR — One-piece pan with end cops welded on. Quickly re- 
movable by two wing nuts without disturbing electrical pan. 







ELECTRICAL PAN — Holds ballast, lompholders and starters. Installed 
after wtring pon. Removable by two wing nuts without disturbing 
main wiring. 




LOUVER — Hinges from either side, 
longitudinal. 



Shielding: 45^ lateral. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL® ELECTRIC 



72 



DAWN ''DESIGN 21" LUMINAIRE 




This is a direct-indirect type of luminaire with 
smart lines for modern offices, stores or commercial 
areas. The unit is neat and streamlined in ap- 
pearance with fluted sides to shield the lamp and 
add distinction to a lighting system. 

Construction 

This luminaire is delicate in appearance but 
rigid in construction. A detachable U-shaped 
channel in the form of a ceiling assembly is the 
connecting link for attaching to the ceiling or 
outlet box. The main assembly is attached to 
this by means of two buttons on the top of the 
fixture wiring channel. The main assembly con- 
sists of a U-shaped wiring channel which supports 
the lampholders, starters, end caps and a special 
ballast housing with a separate chamber or junc- 
tion box for making electrical connections to the 
circuit wiring. The wiring channel has a \'-shaped 
cover held by side clips so is easily removed for 
wiring and servicing. The fluted side shields fit on 
to the end caps and are easily removable for clean- 
ing and relamping. 

Finish 

Finish is standard painted white enamel. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Luminaire is supplied wired complete with 
tulamp high power factor ballast and no-blink 
starters. 

Installation 

To install the fixture remove the U-shaped ceiling 



assembly by turning the two buttons 90 degrees 
permitting it to slide off. This mounting support 
may be attached to an outlet box by means of 
hickey, nipple and locknuts or secured to the ceiling 
by means of wood screws and toggle bolts through 
holes provided in the channel. The circuit wiring 
is then threaded into this channel and the fixture 
proper slides into this assembly closing the U-shaped 
channel wireway and the unit is made secure by 
means of the turn buttons. 





Cross Section 



— Non.MAl. TO LAM^S 
.. 4.5* TO 1.AMP5 

— Parallel to lamps 



Diitribution Curve 



•e£ 






16 4- 







i& 



'- tin 2 MOtE 5^^—1:1 D 

4 '*> 

Plan Showmg Mounting Holes 





Price 
Each 


Cydes 


tomp 
Watts 


Line 
VoUoge 


Approji. 

Wotta 

Consumed 


■ — *■ , 

Dimensions (Inches) 


Ship. 
Wl 


Cot. 
No. 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


24021 


$33 50 


60 


2-40 


110>12S 


97 


48H 


7y2 


7K 


23 



L^mp6 arc not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



73 



DAWN ** DESIGN 10" LUMINAIRE 




Design 10 is a modern unit with an adjustable 
reflector making*; it useful for many unusual appli- 
cations. Mounted on the ceiling it makes an ideal 
indirect unit for halls and corridors. IMounted on 
the wall it makes a neat cove type unit by adjusting 
the reflector to direct all the light upwards or the 
reflector can be adjusted in the opposite way to 
direct the light down on specific areas. It has 
many other apphcations in private offices, cor- 
ridors, bank cages, hallways, kitchens, bathrooms 
and as a bed reading lamp. 

Construction 

The unit is rigid in construction. The wiring 
pan is U-shaped with wielded on end caps and 
socket straps separate from the cover. 

Finish 

The external surfaces are finished in metallic 
silver grey which blends in well with most color 
schemes. The interior of the reflector is finished 
white and the cover is aluminum with patented 
alumilite finish. 



by springing it off the end caps, then remove the 
separate cover by scjueeze action. A center 
knockout is provided in the wiring pan for mounting 
to outlet bo.xes by means of hickey, nipple and 
locknuts. Mounting holes are also provided for 
securing by means of toggle bolts or wood screws 
and the circuit connection may be made in wire- 
mold through the wi remold knockout in either 
end cap. 



il_ 




Cross Section 



Auxiliary Equipment 

The lighting unit is supplied wired complete 
with high power factor ballast, and no-blink starter. 



Installation 

To install the luminaire remove the reflector 




16 



^^f M 



u 



O 6HOt.Kft 



i" 



16 




Ptan Showing Mounting Holes 



Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Cyclet 


lamp 
Watts 


Line 
Voftoge 


Approx. 

Wotti 
Consumed 


D 


mensions (Inches 


1 


Ship. 


No. 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Wf 


nsio 

12010 
13010 
14010 


$15 00 
15 00 
22 00 
22 00 


60 
60 

60 
60 


1-15 

1-20 
1-30 
1-40 


110-125 
UO-125 
110-125 
110-125 


19 
25 
39 

49 


19 
25 
37 
49 


3H 

3H 
3H 


4 
4 
4 
4 


6 

8 

12 

15 



Lamps are not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



74 



a 



FLUOROSTRIP" FIXTURES 




Flat Channel Type 




Distributing 



The compact size of the wiring channel permits 
the use of these fixtures in wall-cases and other 
locations where space is limited. They are available 
in individual units 18", 24", 36" and 48" in length, 
and may be joined in continuous runs with no 
spaces between sockets. Three reflector styles may 
be obtained: "A", flat channel type; "C'\ distribut- 
ing type; ''E*\ angle type. 

Construction 

The end cap is designed so that it may be removed 
and inserted again to form a connector strip, making 
a solid connection between fixtures. This eliminates 
the necessity of using connecting nipples and pro- 
vides a full size wiring channel for wiring- A small 
BX connector box is available for application at the 
end of a run to make suitable connections. Fixtures 
are finished in baked white enamel. Supplied 



wired, complete with starter and high power factor 
ballast. Available for 60 cycle 110-125 volt oper- 
ation onlv. 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Each 



Lamp 
WoHi 



Standard Package 



Quantity 



Weight 



WITH TYPE "A" FLAT REFLECTOR 



A-118 


$15 00 


1-15 


6 


26 


A-124 


15 00 


1-20 


6 


28 


A>136 


20 60 


1-30 


6 


38 


A-148 


18 30 


1^0 


6 


44 



WITH TYPE "C" 


DISTRIBUTING REFLECTOR 




C-118 
C-124 
C-136 
C-148 


1€ 10 
16 30 
22 10 
20 . 10 


1-15 
1-20 
1-30 
1-40 


6 
6 
6 
6 


36 
38 
48 
54 



WITH TYPE "E" ANGLE REFLECTOR 



E-118 


16 10 


1-15 


6 


36 


E-124 


16 30 


1-20 


6 


38 


E-136 


22 10 


1-30 


6 


48 


E-148 


20 10 


1-40 


6 


54 



Cat. 4020 BX End Connector Box, $0.50 each. 
Lamps are not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



75 



FLUORESCENT SHOW CASE FIXTURES 






View Showing Alternate Methods 
of fnstojling Tubing 




Mounting Clip 




Cross Section of Reflector 



Effective Illumination of show cases plays an 
important part in modern methods of merchandis- 
ing, A well-lighted show case not only improves the 
appearance of the store interior, but also attracts 
the attention of passing customers to the products 
displayed, resulting in increased sales. 

This line of fluorescent show case fixtures is avail- 
able in three packaged sizes, which provide sufficient 
flexibility to light most types of show cases. 

Construction 

The reflector is compact and modern in appear- 
ance, thus making it suitable for the new, clear- 
vision show cases. Two special mounting clips make 
it possible to install the fixture in wood trim, metal 
trim, or all-glass cases with equal facility. 

Lamp and starter are readily accessible without 
removing fixture from the case. The ballast equip- 
ment is mounted in a separate box. Fixtures are 



supplied wired, complete with ballast, starter, 
mounting clips, two 38" lengths of brass tubing, 
one 50" length of BX cable, ballast box, and the 
necessary connectors and clamps. Available for 60 
cycle, 110-125 volt, high power factor operation 
only. 

Finish 

Reflecting surface is baked white enamel. Outside 
of fixture is available in brushed chrome or statuary 
bronze finish. 



Cat. No. 


Price Eoch 


Description 


Weight Each 


5531 

5532 
S533 


$54 20 

31 90 
40 40 


For 1-30 watt and 

1-15 watt lamp 
For 1-15 watt lamp 
For 1-30 watt lamp 


12 

16 

24 



When ordering, specify whether brushed chrome or statuary bronze finish is 

required. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ©ELECTRIC 



4 



76 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "DISINFECTAIRE" GERMICIDAL FIXTURE 




Disinfectaire germicidal units provide controlled 
radiation of ultraviolet energy with maximum 
efficiencv. Scientifically engineered and precision 
built, they reduce air-borne bacteria and other 
micro-organisms in the air. 

An effective method for upper-air disinfection 
consists of installing Disinfectaire units on the side 
walls throughout the area to be irradiated. 

The distribution of the reflector concentrates a 
controlled beam of high intensity radiation hori- 
zontally. This is accomplished through the use of 
an asymmetric reflector which has a curved surface 
compounded by a series of directional planes. 

The distribution curve discloses the efificiency and 
effectiveness of the unit and indicates it can be 
advantageously used in low ceiling areas. 

Disinfectaire units are attractively designed, with 
modelled end-plates and decorative chrome trim 
on a background finished in baked ivory enamel. 
The reflector is Alzak aluminum. 

Units should be installed on the walls not less 
than 7 feet above the floor in a horizontal position — 




yj 100 •«) 200 250 300 3S0 *« 450 500 iiO 
nn CENT OUTPUT OF 6AR£ LAMP 



Distribution Curve 

radiation upward. Permanent type is supplied with 
Ys" hickev, lockout and nipple for mounting on 
outlet box; or may be mounted directly on wall. 
Portable tvpe is mounted by means of lugs on back 
plate, and' is equipped with an 8 foot rubber cord 
and plug. 

Disinfectaire units are supplied wired, complete 
with low power factor ballasts and FS-2(15 watt) 
or FS-4 (30 watt) starters. 



Cot. 
No. 



2925A-60 
2925B-60 
2926A-60 
2926B-60 



2925A-2S 
2925B-25 
2926 A-2S 
2926B-2S 



Price 
Each 



$27 30 
27 30 
38 70 
38 70 



$28 70 
28.70 
43 80 
43 80 



Lam ps are not included in prices. 



Lamp 
Watts 



1-15 

1-15 
1-30 
1-30 



1-15 
1-15 
1-30 
1-30 



Type 



Portable 
Permanent 
Portable 
Permanent 



Portable 
Permanent 
Portable 
Permanent 



Line 
Voltoge 



Approx. 

Wotts 

Consumed 



60 CYCLE 



110-125 
110-125 
110-125 
110-125 



25 CYCLE 



110-125 

110-125 
110-125 
110-125 



20 
20 
39 
39 



24 
24 
47 
47 



Dimensions (Inches) 



Length 



19^ 
19 H 

37H 
37?/^ 



19H 
1914 
37 V^ 
37 H 



Width 



3H 



IK- 



'"4 

% 

3^4 



3,r 



3^4 

33i 

334^ 

3'} 4 



Depth 



7H 



7H 
7H 
7H 

1V2 



Std Pkg 



Qty 



2 
2 
2 
2 



2 
2 
2 
2 



Wt 



25 
25 
35 
35 



27 
27 
41 
41 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



77 



GERMICIDAL CURTISTRIP 




(SOtMTj 





I 'AlIAH QlFLfCTOB 




h-^^'-1 



CUtTlSTtl^ 



CMANNCL 
COVLS 



I *P1^ 



D^ep Reflector 



Shallow Reflector 



Directional Reflector 







Germicidal Curtistrip can be used for upward or 
downward radiation. They can be placed on top of 
book cases or filing cabinets or can be suspended 
from the ceiling. While they are strictly utilitarian, 
they are pleasing in appearance with clean functional 
lines. 

DEEP REFLECTOR TYPE 

For upward radiation, mount at least 4 feet above 
floor. For downward radiation, mount no higher 
than 6 feet above floor. 

SHALLOW REFLECTOR TYPE 

For upward radiation, mount at least 5 feet above 
floor. For downward radiation, mount no higher 
than 5 feet above floor. 

DIRECTIONAL REFLECTOR TYPE 

For upward radiation^ mount at least 6 feet above 
floor. For downward radiation, mount no higher 
than 4 feet above floor. 



REFLECTORLESS TYPE 

For use only in air ducts or under hoods where 
the lamp is entirely concealed from the eyes. 

Suspension 

These units may be suspended from the ceiling 
by using two No. 614*G hangers, one at each end- 
Standard length 3 feet — longer lengths can be 
supplied at extra cost. 

Cord and Plug 

Catalogue numbers shown include the units wired 
and assembled complete with ballast but do not 
include cord or plug. If this is required, it can be 
furnished if specified on the order at extra cost. 

Finish 

Units are finished in aluminum and reflecting 
surface is aluminum. This reflecting surface is the 
highest efficiency type available. 



*2S cycle low power factor ballast. 
t60 cycle higli power factor ballast. 
Lamps are not included in prices. 



No, 614-G hanger. $0.00 each. Additional length stem. $1.35 per foot. 
Addition for 6 ft, cord and plug. $L80 each. 
Addition for toggle avvitcUp $1.53 each. 



60 CYCLE 


25 CYCLE 


Lamp 
Watt* 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Std Pkg 


Cot. No-t 


Price Each 


Car. No.' 


Price Each 


Length 


Width 


Height 


Qty 


Wf 








DEEP REFLECTOR TYPE 






201-GCS 
212-GCS 


$24 30 
31.30 


201 -GFS 
212-GFS 


$26 75 
34 45 


15 
30 


18M 
36H 


6Vs 


4Vg 


1 
1 


9 
15 








SHALLOW REFLECTOR TYPE 






327-GCS 
337-GC 


$22 85 1 
30 95 


327-GFS 
337-GF 


$25.20 
34.20 


15 

30 


36H 


5 

5 


33/8 

3H 


1 
1 


8 
12 






DIRECTIONAL REFLECTOR TYPE 






292~GC 
302-GCS 


$24 50 1 
31.25 


t 292-GF 

I 302-GFS 


$27 00 
34 40 


IS 

30 


18 M 

361^ 


5K 
5J^ 


4^ 
4^ 


1 
1 


8 

13 








REFLECTORLESS TYPE 






444-GC 

446-GC 


$16 55 
21 40 


444-GF 

, 446-GF 


$18 35 
23 60 


15 

30 


18M 

36li 


2\4 


3H 
3H 


1 
1 


6 
11 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL© ELECTRIC 



78 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "TWIN TURRET" LUMINAIRE 




The General Electric Twin Turret industrial 
fluorescent luminaire provides cool, almost glare- 
free light for general and localized illumination of 
industrial areas. This economical and efficient 
fixture makes possible high levels of illumination for 
quick, accurate, easy seeing at a reasonable initial 
cost. Increased production efficiency, better 
working conditions, together with simplified instal- 
lation and maintenance, are but a few of the benefits 
a properly designed installation of General Electric 
Twin Turret luminaires provides, 

Design 

The General Electric Twin Turret luminaire is 
carefully engineered to RLM Standards specifica- 
tions. Light source is adequately shielded by 
reflector which has a 19 degree shielding angle from 
horizontal. Lamps are spaced on 3H ir^ch centres in 
accordance with RLM specifications- 
Construction 

Sturdily built to rigid General Electric standards 
to ensure long life and trouble free operation. 
Equipped with the new Twin Turret lampholder 
which permits easy lamp insertion and prevents 



lamps from being dislodged. This lampholder, as 
well as being streamlined and neat in appearance, 
is exceptionally strongly constructed. Starters are 
conveniently located for easy maintenance- 
Durable one-piece reflector uses quick-release 
cam-type fasteners. A quarter turn of the fastener 
instantly releases reflector from the housing, or 
fastens reflector securely in place. No tools are 
needed — installing and servicing are greatly speeded. 
When reflector is removed, ballast and wiring are 
exposed for ease of maintenance and installation, 

Finisli 

Housings are finished in baked white enamel. 
Reflectors are available with high quality white 
porcelain enamel finish, inside and out, or baked 
white enamel. Reflection factor: porcelain enamel 
79%; baked enamel 89%. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Fixtures are supplied wired ^ complete with FS-40 
Watch Dog starters and approved tulamp high 
powder factor ballasts which reduce stroboscopic 
effects to a minimum. 



PORCELAIN 



Cot, No, 



Price 
Each 



BAKED 



Cot No. 



Price 
Eoch 



Lomp 

Worn 



Line 
Voltage 



Approx. 

Wotti 

Consumed 



Dimensions (Inches) 



Length 



Width 



60 CYCLE 



Depth 



Accttoories: No. 5200 Hanger CUmp — tlOO each. 

No. 5201 Junction Box Ctamp— $1.25 each. 
No. 1 Tenso Chain — $4.70 per C. ft. 
No. 6flV Steel S-Hooks— $4.50 per C. 



♦Equipped with Instant-Start ballast (no starter required). 

Must be used with Instant-Stan lamps. 
Lamps are not included in prices. 



Ship. 

Wt 



4770 
4772 

*4773 


$24 50 
24 50 
29 85 


4670 

4672 

*4673 


$22 00 
22 00 
27 55 


2-40 
2-40 


110-125 
220-250 
110-125 


97 

93 

108 


49>/f6 
49^6 
49»rfi 


iiH 


7H 
7H 
7H 


28 

27 
32 


25 CYCLE 


4774 
4776 


33 50 
33 50 


' 4674 
i 4676 


31 00 
31 00 


2-40 
2^0 


110-125 
220-250 


106 
100 


49^5 
49^6 


iiH 

11^ 


7H 
7H 


34 
34 












66^3 CYCLE 












4777 


24 50 


4677 1 


22 00 


2-40 


110-125 


99 


49»^ 


uy2 


734 


27 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL £^ ELECTRIC 



79 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "TWIN TURRET" LUMINAIRE 





Conduit 



Hanger Clomp 





Chain 



Bracket on Top 



Installation 

Housing is prov^ided with a shoulder for sliding 
hanger clamp which can be located at any point, 
thus making it unnecessary to position conduit 
exactly. Clamp is securely held by turning down 
one bolt, and is supplied with a hole for ]/^ inch 
conduit. If desired, clamp may be mounted directly 
on ceiling. Junction box clamp, suppHed with en- 
closing side plates, is available for use with conduit 
containing wiring. Top of housing has six knock- 
outs for \2 i'^ch conduit located in pairs on 22, 30 
and 38 inch centres. Side brackets are supplied for 
chain or wire suspension. These brackets can be 





Junction Box Clomp 



Surface Mounting 





Angle 



Continuous Wiring 



removed and located on top of housing for chain or 
direct ceiling mounting. Easily accessible starter 
permits recessing. 

Continuous Wiring 

To mount in continuous rows, remove end plates 
bv undoing three screws, and bolt fixtures together 
through eyelets in side brackets. Wiring is simplified 
by the large wire opening, which has the same cross- 
section as the housing- As an alternative, end 
plates may be left on fixture and knockouts only 
removed. Conduit can be connected between 
fixtures, through holes in end plates, to provide 
continuous wiring with any spacing of fixtures. 



ILLUMINATION PERFORMANCE 





FOOT^CANDLES* 


Floor Arao 


Mounting 

Height 

Above Floor 


Room 
Finiihf 


Room ProportioniJ 


Square Feet 


Wide 


Medium 


Narrow 


35 


7'"10' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


60 

56 
55 


51 

47 
45 


41 
37 
34 


40 


7'-10' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


53 
49 
48 


45 
41 
39 


36 
32 
30 


SO 


8-10' 


Light 

Medium 
Dark 


42 
59 
38 


36 
33 
31 


29 
26 
24 


60 


S'^IO' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


35 
33 
32 


30 
28 
26 


24 
22 
20 



•Foot -candles are calculated average in-service values, usinu a maintenance 
factor of .70 which allows J0% for depreciation due to dust collect loo and 
ageing of lamps. 

Figures are based on the use of 60 cycle 4500*K: White Lamps. For 
60 cycW 35QO**K White Lamps multiply values by t.lO. For 60 cycle 
6500*'K Daylight Lamps mukiply values by .91 . For 25 cycle lamps multiply 
60 cycle valuet by .95* 





FOOT-CANDLES* 


Floor Area 


Mounting 

Height 
Above Floor 


Room 
Finishf 


Room Proportion*! 


Square Feet 


Wide 


Medium 


Narrow 


70 


9-U' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


30 
28 
27 


28 

26 
24 


22 

20 
19 


80 


9'-ll' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


26 
25 
24 


24 
23 
21 


19 
18 
17 


90 


10M2' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


24 
23 
22 


22 
20 
19 


17 
16 

15 


100 


10-12' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


22 
20 
19 


19 

18 
17 


16 
15 
14 



^l^ight — Ceiling 75% or better reflection factor, walls 50%. 

Medium — Ceiling 50% reflection factor, walls 30%. 

Dark — Ceiling 30% reflection factor, walls 10%. . . . ^ 

jVVide — Room width is 4 times mounting height of units above floor. 

Medium— Room width is i times mounting height of units above floor. 

Narrow— Room width is about equal to mounting height of units above 

floor. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



80 



FEATURES OF "TWIN TURRET" LUMINAIRE 





Detoil of Quick R«leai6 Reflector 



Detoil of Twin Turret LomphoJder 




lUHCtft 





No. 5200 Monger Ctomp 



Dimensfonal Details 



No. 5201 Junction Box Clomp 



DETAILS OF CONSTRUCTION 



Eo$i!y removed knockout provides 
hole lor half-inch conduit. 



Twin turret lompholder sifnplifies 
instoltotion ond mointenonce. 



Wotch Dog starters reodily acces- 
sible without removing lomps. 



Reflector quickly detached from 
housing {by cam-type fasteners) 
without disturbing wiring. 




Six knockouts on top of housing. 



Eyelets for chain or wire suspension. 



Side brockets con be removed ond 
mounted on top. 



Edge of reflector double folded 
for greoter strength. 



CONTINUOUS MOUNTING 




Fixtorei bolt^together through eyelets for conHnuous mounting 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL & ELECTRIC 



81 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "TWIN TURRET" CHANNEL LUMINAIRE 




Suitable for use where wide distribution of light 
is required, with low mounting heights. Its narrow- 
ness makes it ideal for locations where space does 
not permit the use of regular RLM reflectors. 

Similar in construction to the RLM Twin Turret 
luminairep except that it is supplied with a flat 
reflector in place of the RLM reflector. Uses two 
40 watt lamps. 

Finished in white baked enamel. Overall dimen- 
sions: length 49^6"! width 5^2 ''t depth 43^". Equip- 
ped with FS-40 Watch Dog starters and tulamp 
high power factor ballasts. 



Cat. No. 


Price Each | Line Voltoge 


SKip. wr 


60 CYCLE 


4680 

4682 

*4683 


$20 75 
20 75 
26 30 


110-125 
220-250 
UO-125 


25 
25 
29 


25 CYCLE 


4684 
4686 


29 75 
29 75 


110-125 
220-250 


34 
34 


662/3 CYCLE 


4687 


20 75 


110-125 


25 


♦EoutDoed with 


Instant-Start balla 


St (no starter reotiii 


'ed.) Muit be 



used with Instant-Start lamps. 
Lamps are not iocluded in prices. 



LOUVER FOR "TWIN TURRET" LUMINAIRE 




This louver is for use in industrial plants where 
additional lamp shielding is often found desirable 
for greater eye comfort in areas such as drafting 
rooms, offices, etc. The addition of this louver 
increases the shielding angle of General Electric 
Twin Turret luminaires to 45° crosswise and 30° 
parallel to the lamps. 

Louver can be quickly and easily attached to 
uminaire without the necessity of drilling reflector. 



By merely pressing two spring clips, the louver can 
be opened instantly and hinged downward for con- 
venience in relamping and cleaning. Rigidly 
constructed of heavy gauge metal» finished in baked 
white enameL 



Cot 


Price 
Eoch 


Dimensions (InchesI 


Ship. 
Wf 


No. 


Length 


Width 


Depfh 


S002 


$7 00 


48 


nH 


2H 


4 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



82 



GENERAL ELECTRIC 2-40 AND 3-40 WATT 

INDUSTRIAL LUMINAIRES 




General Electric 2-40 and 3-40 watt industrial 
fluorescent luminaires provide cool, almost glare- 
free light for general and localized illumination 
of industrial areas. Increased production efficiency, 
better working conditions, together with simplified 
installation and maintenance, are but a few of the 
benefits a skilfully designed installation of these 
efficient luminaires provides. 

Design 

Carefully engineered to RLM specifications. 
Light source is adequately shielded by reflector 
which has a 13 degree shielding angle from horizon- 
tal. Lamps in the 2-40 watt fixture are spaced 
on 5 inch centres in accordance with RLM speci- 
fications. 



Construction 

Sturdily built to rigid General Electric standards 
to ensure long life and trouble free operation. Die- 
formed platforms of 18 gauge steel and cast alu- 
minum end plates ensure rigid, accurate mounting 
of sockets. 

Durable one-piece reflector uses quick-release cam 
type fasteners. A quarter turn of the fastener in- 
stantly releases reflector from the housing, or fastens 
reflector securely in place. No tools are needed — 
installing and servicing are greatly speeded. When 
reflector is removed, ballast and wiring are exposed 
for ease of maintenance and installation. 

To eliminate chipping of enamel, lampholder 
openings in reflector are carefully designed with 
rounded corners, free from narrow brittle sections. 



Cot. No. 



4609 

4611 

t4612 

4642 



4618 
4620 
4631 



4666 
4636 



Price 
Each 



$22 00 
22 00 
27 55 
32 50 



31 00 
31 00 
45 50 



22 00 
32 50 



Lamp 

Worn 



2-40 
2-40 
2-40 
3-40 



2-40 
2-40 
3^0 



2-40 
3-40 



Line 
Voltage 



Approx. 

Warts 

Consumed 



60 CYCIE 



110-125 

220-250 
110-125 
110-125 



97 

93 

108 

148 



25 CYCLE 



110-125 
220-250 
*208 



106 
100 
140 



662/3 CYCLE 



110-125 
110-125 



99 

148 



Accessories: No. 3 Tease Chain— J4. 70 per C ft. 
N'o. 689 steel S-hook»— $4.50 per C. 
•3- Phase. 

tEquipped with Instant -Start ballast (no starters required). 
Lamps are not included in prices. 



Dimensions (Inches) 



length 



48 H 
48 H 
48 H 
48 H 



48 H 
48 H 

4812 



48 H 

48 ;4 



Must be used with Instant-Start lamps. 



Width 



12H 
121^ 

ny2 



123^2 
121^ 

12H 



12 H 
12^-^ 



Depth 



7H 
7H 



7H 
7H 



lYi 



Ship. 

wr 



29 
28 
33 
33 



35 
35 
42 



28 
32 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



^ 



83 



GENERAL ELECTRIC 2-40 AND 3-40 WATT 

INDUSTRIAL LUMINAIRES 







«l.«UICTO« 






_,_^ 



J- r^ •!* ^woo^ o«T» 



^ 



~7_ 



C%**T^ uftift'O* C9vt.« 



■»0^' 



X 



-»%*- 



d- 



-tti-^ 



Plan of Housing 



Finish 

Reflectors and housings are finished, inside and 
out, in baked white synthetic enameL 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Fixtures are supphed wired, complete with 
FS-40 Watch Dog starters mounted in the sides of 
the housing, and approved high power factor ballasts. 

Installation 

May be mounted flush or suspended. Top of 
housing has three knockouts for V'l inch conduit. 
For chain or wire suspension there are eyelets in 



the end castings. Fixture may be mounted at an 
angle if desired. For flush mounting all projec- 
tions have been removed from top surface so that 
housing can be bolted direct to ceiling. 

Continuous Mounting 

To mount in continuous rows, remove knockouts 
from end castings and bolt fixtures together through 
eyelets. No nipple required. Conduit can be con- 
nected between fixtures, through holes in endplates, 
to provide continuous wiring with any spacing of 
fixtures. 



ILLUMINATION PERFORMANCE 

Three lamp 40-waft luminaire 
(For two lomp Igminoire, multiply foot candle values by 0.75] 



1 

Floor Area 
p^x Fixture — 


Mounting 

Height 

Above Floor 


Room 
Finish]" 


FOOT-CANDLES* 


Room Proportions^ 


Sq^ore Feet 


Wide 


Medium ' 


Narrow 


40 


8-10' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


70 
67 
64 


61 
56 

53 


47 
43 
38 


50 


8'-10' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


56 
53 
51 


49 

45 
42 


38 

34 
31 


60 


8'- 10' 


Light 
Medium 

Dark 


47 
45 

43 


41 
38 

35 


32 
28 
25 


70 


9'-ll' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


41 
39 
37 


35 

32 
30 


26 
23 
21 


80 


9'-ll' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


36 
34 
32 


31 
28 
26 


23 
21 
19 



♦Foot-candles are calculated average in service values, using a maintenance 
factor of .70 which allows 30% for depreciation due to dust collection and 
ageing of lamps. Figures are based on the use of 60 cycle 4500 K. white 
lamps. For 60 cycle i500*lC white lamps, multiply values by 1.10. hor 
60 O'cle 6500** K Daylight lamps, multiply values by 91. For 25 cycle 
lampi multiply 00 cycle values by .95. 



Floor Area 
per Fixture — 


Mounting 

Height 

Above Floor 


Room 
Finish t 


FOOT-CANDLES* 


Room ProportioriJ 


Square Feet 


Wide 

32 

30 
29 


Medium 


Narrow 


90 


10'-12' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


28 
26 

24 


22 
20 
18 


100 


10'-12' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


29 
27 
26 


25 
23 
22 


20 
18 
17 


no 


10'-i4' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


26 
24 
23 


22 
20 
19 


19 
17 
IS 


120 


10'-14' 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


23 
22 
21 


20 
19 
18 


17 
15 

14 


130 


ll'-15' 


Light 

Medium 
Dark 


22 
20 
19 


19 
17 

16 


16 
14 

13 



tLight— Ceiling 75% or better reflection factor; Walls 50%. 

Medium— Ceiling 50% reflection factor; Walls 30%. 

Dark — Ceiling 30% reflection factor; walls 10%. 
JWide— Room width is 4 times mounting height of units above floor. 

Medium — Room width is 2 times mounting height of units above floor. 

Narrow — Room width is about equal to mounting height of units above 

floor. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



B4 



GENERAL ELECTRIC 2-85 WAH INDUSTRIAL LUMINAIRE 




The General Electric 2-85 watt industrial 
fluorescent fixture provides cool, almost glare-free 
light for general illumination of industrial areas. It 
is particularly suited for high bay mounting, or for 
wider spacing of units or rows. This economical 
and efficient fixture makes possible high levels of 
illumination for quick, accurate, easy seeing at a 
reasonable initial cost. 

Increased production efficiency, better working 
conditions, together with simplified installation and 
maintenance, are but a few of the benefits a skillfully 
designed installation of General Electric fluorescent 
fixtures provides. 

Design 

Carefully engineered to RLM Standards specifica- 
tions. Light source is adequately shielded by 
reflector which has a 13 degree shielding angle from 
horizontal. 



Construction 

Sturdily built to rigid General Electric standards 
to ensure long life and trouble free operation. All 
auxiliary equipment is mounted in the housing for 
ease of installation and maintenance. Cast alumi- 
num end plates with extensions ensure rigid, accurate 
mounting of sockets. Durable one-piece reflector 
is easily detached from housing by three wing nuts 
which provide positive, anti-vibration locking of 
reflector. 

Finish 

Reflector and housing are finished inside and out, 
in baked white synthetic enamel, 

tnstollation 

May be mounted flush or suspended. Top of 
housing has two knockouts for ^ inch conduit, on 
30 inch centres. For chain or wire suspension there 
are eyelets in the end castings. Fixture may be 



Cat. No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Cydei 


lomp 
Wofti 


Line 
Voltage 


Approx. 

Warn 

Contwmed 


Dimensiont (lnch*i) 


Ship. 






Length ; Width 

I 


Depth 


Wt 


54»09 

5€I1 


$39 00 

39 00 


60 
60 


2-«S 
2-85 


110-125 

220-250 


202 

202 


60H 
60H 


13^ 
13H 


8 
8 


45 
45 



Ac ct mo n m: No 1 Tenao Ctuio— $4.70 per C ft. 
No. 689 steel 5Ubook9— $4.50 per C. 
Lampfl are not included in phca. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



85 



GENERAL ELECTRIC 2-85 WATT INDUSTRIAL LUMINAIRE 








Plan of Housing 



mounted at an angle if desired. For flush mounting 
all projections have been removed from top surface 
so that housing can be bolted direct to ceiling. 
During installation, reflector is easily removed 
making all wiring readily accessible for connections. 

Continuous Mounting 

To mount in continuous rows, remove knockouts 
from end castings and bolt fixtures together through 



eyelets* No nipple required. Conduit can be con- 
nected between fixtures, through holes in endplates, 
to provide continuous wiring with any spacing of 
fixtures. 

Auxiliary Equipment 

Fixtures are supplied wired, complete with FS-lOO 
starters mounted in the sides of the cover and 
approved tulamp high power factor ballasts. 



rUUMINATION PERFORMANCE 



Floor 


Mounting 
HsigKt 
Above 

Floof — Ft. 


Roomf 
Rniih 


FOOT-CANDLES* 


Area per 

Rxture 


Room Proportions 1 


Sq. Ff. 


Wide 


Medium 


Narrow 


50 


8 to 10 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


72 
67 
65 


63 

56 
54 


48 
43 
39 


60 


8 to 10 


Light 

Medium 
Dark 


61 
57 
55 


52 
48 
45 


40 
36 
32 


70 


9 to 11 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


52 
49 

47 


44 
41 
38 


33 
30 
26 


SO 


9 to 11 


Light 

Medium 
Dark 


46 
43 
41 


39 
37 
34 


30 
27 
24 


90 


10 to 12 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


40 
38 

37 


35 
33 
31 


28 
25 
23 



♦Foot-candles arc calculated average in-service values, using a mainten- 
ance factor of .70 which allows 50% for depreciation due to du3t 
collection and aeeing of lamps. Figures are based on the use of 4500**K 
White lamps. For eSOCiC Davlighi lamps, multiply value? by .97. For 
1500"K White lamps, multiply values by 1.05. 



Floor 


Mounting 
Height 
Above 

Floor — R. 


Roomf 
Finish 


FOOT-CANDLES* 


Area per 
Fixture 


Room Proportions! 


Sq. Ft. 


Wide 


Medium 


Narrow 


100 


10 to 12 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


36 
34 
33 


31 
29 

27 


25 
23 
21 


110 


10 to 14 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


33 

31 
30 


28 
26 
24 


23 
21 
19 


120 


10 to 14 


Light 

Medium 
Dark 


30 
28 
27 


26 
24 
22 


21 
19 

17 


130 


11 to 15 


Light 

Medium 
Dark 


28 
26 
25 


24 
22 
21 


20 
18 
16 


140 


11 to 15 


Light 

Medium 

Dark 


26 
24 
23 


22 
20 
19 


18 

16 
15 



tLight— Ceiling. 75% or better reflection factor; walla. 50%. 

Medium — Ceiling. 50% reflection factor; walls. 30%, 

Dark— Ceiling, 30% reflection factor; walls 10%, 
tVV'ide — Room width is 4 times mounting height of units above floor. 

Medium — Room width is 2 times mounting height of units above floor. 

Narrow — Room width is about equal to mounting height of units above floor. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL % ELECTRIC 



86 



GENERAL ELECTRIC 1-40 WATT INDUSTRIAL LUMINAIRE 




Ideal for local lighting of machines, work-benches, 
etc. Reflector is designed to provide adequate 
shielding of light source. 

Strongly built of heavy gauge metal, finished 
inside and out in baked white enamel. End plate 
extensions provide protection for sockets and 
ensure proper spacing. Reflector fastens to channel 
by means of two screws. Knockouts in end plates 
are provided for continuous mounting. 

Available for 60 cycle, 110-125 volt operation 
only, high or low power factor. Supplied wired, 



complete with ballast and 
starter. Overall dimensions: 
8J^".depth8^^". 



FS-40 Watch Dog 
length 483^", width 



CqK 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Worn 


Power Factor 
Per Cent 


Ship. 

Wt 


4601 
4602 


$16.00 
11.50 


1-40 
1-40 


90 
60 


12 
11 



Lamps are not included in prices. 



GENERAL ELECTRIC CHANNEL FIXTURE 




This channel fixture will find many appHcations 
in stores and homes. Small in size and neat in 
appearance, it is suitable for store showcases, 
kitchens and playrooms, and for cove lighting 
installations. 

Strongly constructed of heavy gauge metal, 
finished inside and out in baked white enamel. 
End plate extensions provide protection for sockets 
and ensure proper spacing. Reflector is fastened to 
channel by means of two easily-removed screws. 
Knockouts in end plates are provided for continuous 
mounting. 

Available for 60 cycle, 110-125 volt operation 
only, high or low power factor. Supplied wired, 



complete with ballast and starter (FS-40 Watch 
Dog in 40 Watt Fixtures; FS-2 in 20 Watt Fixtures.) 
Overall dimensions: length — 20 watt, 243^"; 40 
watt, W/s"; width 3l{^'\ depth, channel only, 2^"; 
Including lampholder, 43<^". 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 

Worn 


Power Factor 
Per Cenf 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


4655 
4656 

4605 
4606 

•4605-2 


$10 00 
6 00 

14 50 
10 00 
24 00 


1-20 
1-20 

1-40 
1-40 
2-40 


90 
55 

90 
60 
90 


2 
2 

1 
1 
1 


12 
8 

10 

9 

20 



♦Consists of two No. 460S wired with one tutamp ballast, 
mounting. 

Lamps are not included in prices. 



For end-to-end 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



■■ 



87 



GENERAL ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL LUMINAIRE 

USING SLIMLINE LAMPS 




This Genera] Electric luminaire provides high 
intensities of illumination for rapid, easy seeing at 
reasonable initial cost. Easy to install and efficient 
in operation, this luminaire is ideal for general 
illumination of industrial areas, 

Luminaire accommodates two 96" Slimline lamps, 
and may be obtained for 200 or 300 milliampere 
operation. No starters are required, thus making 
possible instant starting of lamps. Reflector 
provides 16** shielding of lamps. 

Construction 

Sturdily built to ensure long, trouble-free life. 
One-piece reflector uses three quick-release cam-type 
fasteners, which require only a quarter turn to 
remove reflector from housing. When reflector is 
removed, ballast and wiring are exposed for ease of 
maintenance and installation. Lamp holders permit 
easy lamp insertion and prevent lamps from being 
dislodged. 

Luminaire is finished inside and out in baked 
white enamel. Supplied wired, complete with 
approved high power factor tulamp ballast. 




4B»LACT10« 



^' ymik^ma 



f— 6H 



Cross Section 



I 14^ 



A-J^i 




Plon of Hcuiing 

Installation 

May be mounted flush or suspended. For pipe 
suspension, top of housing has four knockouts for 
3/2*" conduit- For chain or wire suspension there 
are eyelets in the end castings. To mount in 
continuous rows, remove knockouts from end 
castings and bolt fixtures together through eyelets. 



*Ca». 


Price 
Each 


lamp 

Current 

IM.A.) 


Lamps 


Line 
Voltage 


Approx. 

Wottj 

Coniumed 


Dimension} (IncKes) 


, _ 

Ship. 


No. 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


8620 
8630 


$49 50 
55 00 


200 
300 


2-96T8 
2-96T8 


110-125 
110-125 


134 
178 


96 J^ 

96 H 






64 
67 



^Catalogue numbers are lor 60 cycle operation. 
Lamps are not included in prices 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



88 



II 



VAPORLUME" FIXTURE 





Dimensions 



Application 

This luminaire is designed for use in non-hazardous 
locations where moisture or non-combustible dust is 
present- Its construction permits it to be used in 
spray booths and similar locations. 

Construction 

A quick-acting switch is incorporated into the 
fixture to open the circuit should the glass be broken 
or the door opened. This feature prevents un- 
authorized persons removing or installing lamps 
with the current turned on. 

The fixture is made of heavy gauge steel, finished 



in baked white enamel. The hinged door is well 
gasketed, and is equipped with a clear cover glass. 

Supplied wired, complete with FS-4 starters and 
approved tulamp high power factor ballasts. 

Installation 

The luminaire is provided with four studs on 
each side, which enable it to be mounted in the roof 
of spray booths with the door opening underneath. 
Dimensions of ceiling opening: length* 48^'; 
width 113^". For rod suspension, two 3^* pipe 
flanges on 30" centers are located on the top of 
the housing. 



Cot. 


Pric. 
Each 


Cycles 


Lamp 

Worn 


Line 
Voltoge 


Approx. 

Watti 

Conjumed 


Dimemioni (Inches) 


Ship. 


No. 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Wt 


V460 
V425 


$74 80 
86 SO 


60 
25 


2^0 
2^0 


110-125 
110-125 


97 
106 


48 
48 


13H 


7 
7 


60 

70 



Lamps axe not included iq prices. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



89 



FIXTURE SUSPENSIONS 



f f 



HYDEE" HANGER 



FIXTURE CHAIN 




The "Hydee" hanger can be used with all 
industrial fluorescent fixtures arranged for chain sus- 
pension and furnished with two-wire cord and plug. 
Installation is simplified and speeded with this 
hanger. 

Two screws hold the """Hydee" hanger to all 
standard 3}^ or 4 inch outlet boxes or plaster rings. 
Furnished complete including receptacle for two- 
prong plug, two 5 ft. chains, '^S" hooks and cord 
clips. 




Made of heavy wire, finished hot-dip galvanized. 



Cat. 


Price 
C Feet 


Standard Package 


No. 


Quantity 


Weight 


3 Tenso 


$4 70 


500 ft. 





ffe»» 



S" HOOK 




Made of j/^ inch diameter galvanized wire. 



Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Standard Package 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Per C 


Standard Packoge 


No. 


Quantity 


Weight 


Quantity 


Weight 


9988 


$1 65 


■ 1 


2 


689 


$4 50 


100 


10 



cup. ON LOUVER 




^' 



This louver provides excellent longitudinal shield- 
ing, as well as improving the appearance of all 
exposed lamp fixtures. Easily attached by spring 
clips; no bolts, screws or tools required. Made of 
aluminum, finished in baked white enamel. 

Can be used with industrial and exposed lamp 
commercial fixtures. Where the end plate con- 



struction does not permit easy attachment of the 
standard length louver, it can readily be short- 
ened by cutting off one or two fins. 



Cat. 


Price 
Each 


1 

Length 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


7n-L 

711-LK 


$2 70 
1 35 


. 48" 
24" 


12 

24 


10 
10 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



90 



WHEELER DUREX REFLECTORS 







RIM Standard Dome 



Shallow Dome 



RIM Deep 8owl 



RLM 30^ Angle 



Durex reflectors represent the latest develop- 
ment in industrial incandescent lighting equip- 
ment. 1 he threaded neck of the reflector screws 

into the die-cast canopy, pro- 
viding a secure grip without 
the necessity of set screws. No 
washers^ locknuts or yokes are 
required. 

Socket is firmU' attached to 
canopy by two screws which fit 
into bayonet holes in the socket. 
Porcelain socket shell screws on 
and off easily, exposing contact 
screws for read\ wiring. Re- 
flectors are porcelain enamelled 
steel, green outside, white in- 
side. Canopies are finished in 
natural alimiinum. 

Both Durex canopies are in- 
terchangeable with an\- of the 
Durex reflectors. Durex fix- 
tures can be ordered in separate 
units of canopies and reflectors, 
or in combination assemblies* 




PENDENT CANOPY 

Tappeci for 16 ' Pipe* Overall Height VA 




Cof. 


Price 
Edch 


Socket 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


1022 
1023 


$1 80 

2 70 


Med 
Mog 


10 

5 


14 
9 



OUTLET BOX CANOPY 

For 4" Outlet Boxes. Overall Height 1 




Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Socket 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


1026 
1027 


$1 80 
2 70 


Med 
Mog 


10 

5 


17 
11 





Dimensioni 
(Inches) 


Socket 

1 




REFLECTOR 1 
ONLY 


REFLECTOR AND 
PENDENT CANOPY 


REFLECTOR AND 
OUTLET BOX CANOPY 


Lamp 

Warn 


Dia 


Hgt 


Cot. 
No. 


Price . Std Pkg j 


Cot. 
No. 


Price 
' Each 


PkS 
Wt 


Cat. 

No. 


Price 
Each 


Pkg 
Wt 




^°^ Qty 


Wt 

1 



100 
200 



100 
200 



100 
150-200* 
300-500 



RLM STANDARD DOME 



SHALLOW DOME 



12 
16 






Med 
Med 



1052 
1056 



$2 76 
3 84 



10 
5 



26 
18 



1222 
1226 



$4.S€ 

5 64 



RLM DEEP BOWL 



8 



6^ 
9K 



Med 
Med 



1060 
1062 



$2 46 
3 06 



10 
10 



20 
25 



1136 
1138 



$4 26 

4 86 



RLM 30' ANGLE 



8 
10 
14 



8^ 



Med 
Med 
Mog 



1070 
1079 
1072 



$2 28 
2 94 
4 14 



10 

10 

5 



20 
26 
30 



II 



1170 
1179 
1172 



$4 08 
4 74 
6.84 



'Not R.L.M. approved wth 200 watt lamp. fOutlet box canopies not recommended for annle reflectors. 



38 
24 



31 

36 



32 
38 
38 



1242 
1246 



$4 56 

5 64 



1142 
1144 



$4 26 
4 86 



1190t I $4 08 
1199t 4 74 
1192t I 6 84 



100 


12 


634 


Med 1 


1042 


$2 76 


10 


33 


1212 


$4 S6 


46 1 


1 1232 


$4 56 


48 


200 


16 


8H 


Med 


1046 


3 84 


5 


24 


1216 


5 64 


31 


1236 


5 64 


32 


300-500 


18 


10 


Mog 


1048 


4 62 


5 


32 


1218 


7 32 


39 i 


1238 


7 32 


40 


750-1500 


20 


13 


Mog 


1 1049 


7 26 


5 


37 


1219 


9.96 


46 


1239 


9 96 


47 



40 

25 



33 

38 



32 
38 

40 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL % ELECTRIC 



91 



WHEELER DURATACH REFLECTORS 







RLM Standard Dome 



Shollow Dome 



RLM Deep Bowl 



RLM 30"^ Angle 



The Duratach separable socket construction 
allows unit removal of lamp and reflector for 
cleaning, re-lamping or interchanging of fixtures 
without disturbing wiring connections. 

The porcelain socket cap 
accommodates all medium 
and mogul base Duratach 
reflectors, thus permitting 
extreme flexibility of lighting 
equipment, Socket cap is 
attached to die-cast canopy 
bv two screws which fit into 
bayonet holes in the cap. 
Reflectors are porcelain en- 
amelled steel, green outside, 
white inside. Canopies are 
finished in natural aluminum. 
Reflector with lamp and 
socket body all in place is 
screwed into canopy as a 
complete unit. 





PENDENT CANOPY 

Tapped for V2" Pipe. Overall Height V/i" 




Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Socket 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


4230 
4230 


$1 26 
1.26 


Med 
Mog 


10 
10 


15 

15 



OUTLET BOX CANOPY 

For 4 " Outlet Boxes. Overall Heiqht 1 " 




Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Socket 


Sfd Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


4231 
4231 


$1 26 
1 26 


Med 
Mog 


10 
10 


17 
17 





Dimensions 
(Inches) 


Socket 




REFLECTOR 
ONLY 




REFLECTOR AND 
PENDENT CANOPY 


REFLECTOR AND 
OUTLET BOX CANOPY 


Lamp 
Wottt 


Dia 1 Haf 


Cot. 

No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Pkg 
Wf 


Cot. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Pkg 




Qty Wl 


Wt 



100 

200 
300-500 
750-1500 



100 

200 



100 

200 



100 
150-200* 
300-500 



12 


7H 


Med 


16 


9H 


Med 


18 


11 


Mog 


20 


14 


Mog 



12 
16 



6^ 



Med 

Med 



10 



7% 

lOH 



Med 
Med 



10 
14 



9H 



Med 
Med 
Mog 



4202R 
4204R 
4205R 
4206R 



4208R 
4210R 



4214R 

4216R 



4219R 

4220R 
4222R 



RLM STANDARD DOME 



$4 68 


10 


36 


4202 


$5 94 


51 


5 76 


5 


27 


4204 


7 02 


34 


7 44 


5 


36 


4205 


8 70 


43 


10 08 


5 


41 


4206 


11 34 


48 



4202-OB 
4204-OB 
4205-OB 
4206-OB 



SHALLOW DOME 



$4 68 
5 76 



10 

5 



33 
38 



4208 
4210 



$5 94 
7.02 



48 

45 



4208-OB 
4210-OB 



RLM DEEP BOWL 



$4 38 
4 98 



10 
10 



26 
31 



4214 

4216 



$5 64 

6 24 



41 
46 



4214-OB 
4216-OB 



RLM 30° ANGLE 



$5 941 53 

7 02 35 

8 . 70 44 

11 34 49 



$5 94 
7.021 



50 
46 



$5 64 

6 24 



43 
48 



$4.20 


10 


26 


4219 


$5.46 


41 


4 86 


10 


32 


4220 


6 12 


47 


6 96 


5 


34 


4222 


8 22 


41 



•Not R.L.M. approved with 200 watt lamp. fOutlet box canopies not recommended for angle type refiectors. 



4219-OBt 
4220-OBt 

4222-OBt 



$5 46 
6 12 
8 22 



43 
49 
43 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



92 



WHEELER SHADEHOLDER REFLECTORS 

For "Snap-Tile" Holders or any Standard 2V4 inch Shadeholder 





RLM Standard Dome 



Shallow Dome 





RLM Deep Bowl 



RLM 30" Angle 



Wheeler shadeholder reflectors are available in 
four styles' RLM standard dome, shallow dome, 
RLM deep bowl, and RLM 30° angle. They are 
designed for use with "Snap-Tite" holders or any 
standard 2)4 inch shadeholder. Reflectors are 
porcelain enamelled steel, green outside, white 
inside. 

"Snap-Tire" Holders 

These holders are simple to attach and effective 
in results. When used with the proper socket, 
correct lamp position in the reflector is obtamed. 

To attach either of the styles of "Snap-Tite" 
holders to a reflector, keep the rivet heads in collar 
of holder in alignment with slots in reflector neck 
and press down on the holder until its bronze 
spring lugs snap into position in the reflector. 
When this occurs, the holder is rigidly attached to 
the reflector and ready for connecting to the socket. 



SHADEHOLDERS 

For Standard Brass Shell Socket with "Uno** Thread 




Type "J" Holder 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Sfd Pkg 


Qty 


Wt 


25 


$0.30 


10 


1 



For Porcelain or Composition Socket 




Type "Q" Holder 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
EacK 


Std Pke 


Qfy ' Wt 


27 


$0 30 


10 


1 



Lamp 
WoHi 



100 
200 



100 
150-200* 



100 
200 



100 
150-200* 



Dimensioni 
(Inches) 



12 
16 



Socket 



Dio I Hgt 



12 I ^14 

14 ! ZH 



514 I Med 
7^ I Med 



Med 
Med 



8 I Sj^ I Med 

1 I 

10 , 8 Med 



8 I 7J4 I Med 

I 

10 I 9}/i I Med 



REFLiCTOR ONLY 



Cot. 
No. 



HC-lOO 

HEC-200 



2S4 
25S 



PC-100 
PEC-200 



NC-lOO 
NEC-150 



•Not R.L.M. approved with 200 watt lamp. 



Price 
Eoch 



Std Pkg 



Qty 



Wt 



RLM STANDARD DOME 



$2 64 
3 60 



10 



22 
34 



SHALLOW DOME 



$1 62 
2.10 



10 
10 



22 



RLM DEEP BOWL 



$2 22 
3 06 



10 

10 



15 
19 



RLM 30 ANGLE 



$1 98 
2 70 



10 



12 
20 



REFLECTOR AND 
"J" HOLDER 



Cot. 
No. 



HJ-lOO 
HEJ-200 



2S4-J 

2S5-J 



PJ-100 
PEJ-200 



NJ-lOO 

NEJ-150 



Price 
Each 



$2 94 
3 



$1.92 
2.40 



$2 52 
3 36 



$2 28 
3 00 



REFLICTOR AND 
"Q" HOLDER 



Cat. 

No. 



HQ-lOO 
HEQ-200 



254- 
255-Q 



PQ-100 
PEQ-200 



NQ-100 

NEQ-150 



Prlc« 
Each 



$2 94 
3.90 



$1 92 
2 40 



$2 52 
3.36 



$2 28 
3 00 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



93 



WHEELER ONE-PIECE SOLID NECK REFLECTORS 






RIM Stondard Dome 



Shallow Dome 



RLM Deep Bowl 



RLM 30"* Angle 



Application 

These reflectors are recommended for both 
indoor and outdoor use in locations where quick 
removal or interchangeability of reflectors is not 
important or necessary. 

Construction 

The neck construction of these reflectors provides 
a rugged one piece fixture. The two piece porcelain 
socket is fastened to a die-cast \'oke with a deep 
hexagonal shoulder, which fits an opening in the 
top of the reflector neck and is securely clamped by 
a die-cast locknut. Reflectors are porcelain enamel- 
led steel, green outside, white inside- 



Installation 

To mount reflector to conduit, remove locknut, 
dropping yoke and socket out of reflector. Remove 
socket body from yoke, leaving socket cap in place. 
Slide locknut, washer and reflector over conduit in 
that order. Screw \ okc, with socket cap attached, 
to conduit. Make wiring connections to socket 
terminals and replace socket body- Lower reflect- 
or, washer and locknut. Engage yoke and locknut, 
threads of which are right hand, permitting com- 
plete fixture to be tightened* 

Yokes are tapped J^" standard, ^^ " when speci- 
fied at no increase in price. 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Each 



Lamp 
Worn 



Dimensions (Inches) 



Diom 



Height 



Socket 



Std Pkg 



Qty 



Wt 



DS-lOO 
DES-200 



PS-100 

PES-200 



NS-lOO 

NES-150 

NES-500 



$4 56 
5.64 



$4 26 
4.S6 



$4 08 
4 74 
6 84 



RLM STANDARD DOME 



HS-lOO 


$4 56 


100 


12 


8H 


Med 


10 


36 


HES-200 


5 64 


200 


16 


10'^ 


Med 


5 


23 


HES-500 


7.32 


300-500 


18 


m/s 


Mog 


5 


30 


HES-1000 


9.96 


750-1500 


20 


15 


Mog 


5 


45 



100 

200 



100 
200 



100 
150-200* 
300-500 



•Not R.L.M. approved wiih 200 watt lamp. 



SHALLOW DOME 



12 

16 



7H 



RLM DEEP BOWL 



8 
10 



8H 

II 



RLM 30' ANGLE 



8 
10 
14 



10 

15H 



Med 

Med 



Med 
Med 



Med 
Med 
Mog 



10 
5 



10 
10 



10 

10 

5 



32 

20 



25 
32 



26 
29 

25 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL m ELECTRIC 



94 



WHEELER REFLECTORS 

For 400-Watt Mercury Vapour Lamp 





No. 2a56 



No. 2570 



Reflectors are porcelain enamelled steel, green 
outside, white inside. Threaded neck of reflector 
engages with pendent or outlet box canopy. Open 
type mogul socket for ventilating lamp base. 
Unit is vented by means of five spacer assemblies 
which set up a clearance between reflector and neck. 



Low Bay Type 

1 his fixture provides a wide distribution of 
light for general illumination. An opal glass 
diffusing band suspended around the lower portion 
of the lamp reduces glare at normal viewing angles. 



High Bay Type 

This fixture gives a concentrated distribution of 
light. By directing the light downward to the 
work area there is less waste of light on ceilings and 
side walls under high mounting conditions. 



Cot. No. 



Price 
Each 



Type 



Dimensions 
(Inches) 



DIa 



Hf 



Std Pk9 



Qty 



Wf 







LOW BAY 


TYPE 








2556 
2556-OB 


$12 00 
12 00 


Pendent 
Outlet Box 


22 
22 


15H 
15M 


4 

4 


58 
58 


* 




HIGH BAY 


TYPE 








2570 
2570-OB 


$12 00 
12 00 


Pendent 
Outlet Box 


18 
18 


1 
1 

19 


4 
4 


45 
45 



WHEELER GLASSTEEL DIFFUSERS 

With Durafach Canopy 




Wheeler Glasstee! Diff users j)rovide a finely 
diffused light that is particularly desirable in 
factories and workrooms where fine operations 
require minimized shadows. The)- are efficient and 
pleasing in appearance. 

Furnished complete, read\ for wiring, white 
porcelain enamel finish inside and outside. Supplied 
with Duratach canop\- only. Canopy finished in 
natural aluminum. 



Cot. 
No. 



Price 
Each 



Lamp 
Worn 



Dtmentions 
(Inchei) 



Dia 



Ht 



Soclt«t 



Std Pk9 



Qfy 



Wt 



PENDENT CANOPY— OPAl GLOBE 



1588 $13 80 150-200 

1589 18 66 300-500 



18 

20 



12 Med 4 

UJ4 Mog ' 4 



45 
60 



OUTLET BOX CANOPY— OPAL GLOBE 



1591 $13 80 150-200 I 18 

1592 i 18.66 I 300-500 | 20 



13ll6 



Med 
Mog 



4 
4 



50 
64 



GLOBES ONLY— FOR REPLACEMENT 



Cot. 

No. 


Price 
Each 


Detcriptton 


Std 


Pkg 


Qty 


Wt 


1004 


$3 18 


Opal for No. 1588 and 1591 .. . 


4 


10 


1004-B 


3 90 


Daylight for No. 1588 and 1591 


4 


10 


1008 


4 98 


Opal for No. 1589 and 1592 . 


4 


15 


1008-B 


6 00 


Daylight for No. 1589 and 1592 


4 

1 


15 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



■■ 



95 



WHEELER ALZAK ALUMINUM REFLECTORS 





Concenfrating Type Reflector 



Distributing Type Reflector 



Wheeler Alzak aluminum deep bowl reflectors 
consist of a cast canopy, socket, and aluminum 
reflector with diffused Alzak aluminum reflecting 
surface. The Alzak finish provides eff^ective light 
control and maintains its original efficiency under 
normal operating conditions. 

These reflectors are supplied with Duratach 
cast canopies in pendent or outlet box types- The 
Duratach canopy permits unit removal of lamp 
and reflector for cleaning and re-lamping. 

Reflectors are finished natural aluminum out- 
side. Canopies finished in natural aluminum. 



M" 



Pendent canopies tapped }^^ standard ; 
when specified at no extra charge. Outlet box 
canopies are for 4" outlet boxes. 



Concentrating Type 

Concentrating type Alzak aluminum reflectors 
are recommended for locations where mounting 
heights are 30 feet and over, and all available 
light must be concentrated in a comparatively 
small area directly below the unit. Suitable for 
lighting high narrow bays in foundries, craneways, 
steel mills, airplane hangars, locomotive shops and 
similar locations. 

Distributing Type 

Distributing type Alzak aluminum reflectors 
are designed to provide a general distribution of 
light over a broad area. Light distribution is 
uniform and more intense than could be obtained 
with porcelain enamelled reflectors. These units 
are suitable for locations where mounting heights 
range from 15 to 25 feet. 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Each 



Lamp 
Watts 



Type 



Dimensiont 
(In) 



Dio 



Hgt 



Qty 



Std Pkg 



Wfr 



CONCENTRATING TYPE REFLECTOR 



4144 


$17.94 


300-500 


Pendent 


16 


leii 


4 


29 


4144-OB 


17 94 


300-500 


Outlet Box 


16 


15H 


4 


29 


4148 


21 36 


750-1500 


Pendent 


18 


19?i 


4 


33 


414S-OB 


21 36 


750-1500 


Outlet Box 


18 


isH 


4 


33 



DISTRIBUTING TYPE REFLECTOR 



4168 


$15 18 


300-500 


Pendent 


14 


14 H 


4 


26 


4168-OB 


15 18 


300-500 


Outlet Box 


14 


14 


4 


26 


4172 


21 36 


7501500 


Pendent 


18 


18H 


4 


32 


4172-OB 


21 36 


750-1500 


Outlet Box 


18 


IBH 


4 


32 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL 1^ ELECTRIC 



96 



WHEELER SIGN REFLECTORS 





Angli 



f 



Top Outlet 
Conopy 




Side^Outlet 
Canopy 





' H** 




Lftmp Site 


Hgt- tance 


LocatioQB 


Ol 

Sign 


iruiu 
Sign 

9 
11 

12 
14 


Dvk 


Av. 

60 
75 

75 
75 

100 
100 

100 
100 

100 
150 

150 


Brishi 


18 

22 


60 
60 


75 
100 


24 
28 


60 
60 

75 
75 


100 
100 


30 
34 


15 

17 

18 

21 

24 

27 


150 
150 

150 
150 


36 
42 


75 
75 


48 
54 

60 


75 
100 


150 


30 


100 


... 




Dimension *^L*^ is 
length of conduit 
from sign to re* 
flector. 



itHft 



H' 



IB 



overall height of 
eign. 



J_U 



Ellfptical 



Recfangular 



MOUNTING DATA 

TTie distance betweeo reflectors on rectangular signs re- 
quiring the use of more than one unit per aide should not 
be more than twice dimension ''L" 



These fixtures consist of a steel reflector, porce- 
lain enamelled green outside, white inside; a 
separable cast canop\' finished in baked green 
enamel; and a two-piece removable ring type of 
socket. Two canopy styles are available: side 
outlet and top outlet. The top outlet canopy 
allows for pendent suspension. Reflector neck 
slips into either canopy and is held firniK in place 
by a clamping screw on the outside of the canopy. 
Reflector may be assembled to side outlet canopy 
in normal or in reversed position. 

REFLECTORS 

No. 2491-2493 are 30-degree angle reflectors. 
Small and inconspicuous during the day» they do 
not obstruct the view of the sign's message. 

No. 2691-2693 are elliptical in shape and intended 
for small oval and round signs. The elliptical 



mouth opening allows a slightly wider spread of 
light laterally than is obtainable from a symmetrical 
angle reflector of comparable size. Also, the 
upward cut-off^ of the reflector more nearly ap- 
proaches a straight line, thus helping to eliminate 
any scalloping eflfect. 

No. 2695-2096 rectangular reflectors are designed 
for small rectangular, square, or oval shaped 
bulletin boards- 

CANOPIES 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Description 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


w» 


2450 
2490 


$1 60 
1 60 


*Stde Outlet 
*Top Outlet 


10 
10 


10 

10 



*Side outlet canopy is tapped >i* standard. %' when specified at no 
increase in price. Top outlet canopy is tapped i^" only. 





Dimensions 
(Inches) 


REFLECTOR 
ONLY 




REFLECTOR AND 
SrDE OUTLET CANOPY 


REFLECTOR AND 
TOP OUTLET CANOPY 


Worn 


DIam 


Hgt 


Cof. 
No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Std Pkg 


Cot. 

No. 


Price Pkg 
Each Wt [ 


CaK Prlc* Plcg 
No. Eodi 1 Wt 

i 1 




Qty 


Wt 



30° ANGLE REFLECTORS 



75-100 
150-200 



8 

lOJi 



9H 

iiM 



2491-R 
2493-R 



$2 GO 


10 


1 
30 


1 
2491-SO 


$3 60 


40 


2491-TO 


$3 60 


2 24 


10 


32 


2493-SO 


3 S4 


42 


24 93- TO 


3 84 

i 
1 



ELLIPTICAL REFLECTORS 



40 
42 



75-100 
150-200 



8?4x7^ 
1X14x9 



9V2 



2691-R 
2693-R 



$2 00 


10 


30 


' 2691-SO 


$3 60 


40 


1 2691 -TO 


$3 60 


2 24 


10 


32 1 

1 


2693-SO 


3 84 


42 i 


2693-TO 


3 S4 



40 
42 



60-100 
150 



RECTANGULAR REFLECTORS 



8x8 



10 
llH 



2695-R 
2696- R 



$2 30 
2 54 



10 
10 



17 
23 



2695-SO 
2696-SO 



$3 90 
4 14 



27 
33 



2695-TO 
2696-TO 



$3 90 
4 14 



27 
33 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



97 



WHEELER TWO-PIECE ISOLUX SIGNIREFLECTORS 



MEDIUM BASE 




Top Outlet Canopy 




With Side Outlet 
Canopy 




MOGUL BASE 




Top Outlet Canopy 



V/ith Side Outlet 
Canopy 



Medium Base Reflectors 

Medium base Isolux sign reflectors incorporate a 
separable cast canopy, finished in baked green 
enameK Reflector attaches directly to canopy and 
is secureh' held in position by a clamping screw on 
the outside of the canopy. Reflector may be 
assembled to canopy either in normal or in reversed 
position. In reversed position, fixtures can be 
used for lighting alleys, paths, etc. 

Reflectors are porcelain enamelled steel, green 
outside, white inside- Other colors are available, 
prices on request. 

CANOPIES ONLY FOR MEDIUM BASE REFLECTORS 



Coh 


Price 
Each 


Description 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


2450 
24d0 


$1 60 
1.60 


♦Side Outlet 
*Top Outlet 


10 
10 


10 
10 



•Side outlet canopy is tapped H' standard. *4' when specified at no 
increase in price. Top outlet canopy is tapped ^i" only. 



Mogul Base Reflectors 

Afogul base Isolux sign reflectors consist of a 
porcelain enamelled reflector and a galvanized cast 
canopy furnished complete with socket. 

The feature of this reflector construction is the 
hinged, split clamp canopy which swings open 
when fastening screw is loosened. A convex 
shaped ridge which extends around the inside of 
the canopy fits into a groove in the neck of the 
reflector, assuring a tight and positive method of 
clamp attachment. Reflectors may be assernbled 
to canopy either in normal or in reversed position. 

Cat. No. 2454 is finished porcelain enamelled 
white outside and inside as standard; Cat. No. 2458 
is green outside. Other colors are available, prices 
on request. 

Two canopy stvles are available: side outlet and 
top outlet. Both are tapped 1". Side outlet 
canopy leads straight into conduit, no bends or 
elbows are necessary. 

Complete information on wire guards is given on 
page 106. 





Dimensions 
(Inches) 


Finish 


REFLECTOR 
ONLY 


RIFLECTOR AND 
SIDE OUTLET CANOPY 


REFLECTOR AND 
TOP OUTLET CANOPY 


Lomp 


Hgt 


Mouth 
Opening 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


Co*. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


Cot. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


Worn 


1 

Qty j Wt 


Qty Wt 


Qty Wt 






MEDIUM BASE REFLECTORS 








100 
150 
200 


13 
13H 


11 '2 X BVs 
11 H X 8S 

11' > X 83 8 


Green 
Green 

Green 

1 


1 
2451-R 
2452- R 
2453-R 

! 


$4 04 
4 22 
4.22 


8 
8 
8 


32 
37 
37 


2451-SO$5 64 
2452 -SO 5 82 
2453- SO 5.82 


8 
8 
8 


40 

45 
45 


2451-TO$5 64 
2452-TO 5 82 
2453-TO 5 82 

1 


8 
8 
8 


40 
45 
45 






MOGUL BASE REFLECTORS 








300-500 
750-1500 


19 
20 H 




White 
Green 






..... 





2454-SO$12 00 
2458- SO 13 38 


4 
4 


30 
30 


1 
2454-TO$12 00 
2458-TO 13.38 


4 1 30 
4 1 30 












1 


1 






_ . 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



■■ 



98 



WHEELER ONE-PIECE ISOLUX SIGN REFLECTORS 




One-piece Isolux 
Sign Reflectors are 
highly efficient units 
recommended for side 
hghting in locations 
where overhead light- 
ing cannot satisfac- 
torily be employed. 
These include fac- 
tories, \ards, plat- 
forms, skating rinks, 
bowling alleys, etc. 

Fixtures consist of 
a porcelain enamelled 
reflector, a rugged 



porcelain socket having large contact screws for 
easy wiring, and a yoke and nut tapped 3^*" stand- 
ard ; %" when specified, at no advance in price. 

Medium Base Isolux Reflectors are supplied 
with standard two-piece medium base sockets. 
Mogul Base Isolux Reflectors are supplied with 
one-piece side wired mogul base sockets. 

Reflectors are finished porcelain enamelled green 
outside, white inside, except Cat. No. 2377 (300-500 
watts), which is finished white outside. Other 
colors are available, prices on request. Supplied 
for pendent suspension only. Tapped 3^" stand- 
ard; ^4" when specified, at no increase in price. 

Wire Guards: Complete information on wire 
guards is given on page 106. 



Cor. No. 


Price 


lamp 
Worn 


Socket 


Finish 


Dimeniions (In) 


Std Pkg 


Each 

1 


Height 


Mouth Opening 


Qty 


Wt 


2373 $5 64 

2374 5 82 

2375 j 5 82 
2377 12 00 

1 


100 

150 

200 

300-500 


Med 
Med 
Med 
Mog 


Green 
Green 
Green 
White 


12J^ 
12H 
14H 
18 


llH X 8'^ 

nVi X E\ 

UVi X 8^ 
13^4 X llH 


8 

8 
8 

4 


30 
35 
35 
25 



WHEELER ISLAND LIGHTS AND COMBINATION UNITS 





For liKhting gasoline pump islands, taxi cab 
stands, shipping platforms, railroad platforms, 
safety islands, docks, yards, driveways and courts, 
service stations. 

ISLAND LIGHT 

Reflector is made of steel, porcelain enamelled 
green or red outside, white inside. The cast hub 
slips over 2-inch pipe and is held securely in place 
by means of two large set screws. Three aluminum 
rods support the reflector. Lamp size 3(KJ-50(y 
watts. 



COMBINATION UNIT 

Consists of Island Light and 300-500 watt enclos- 
ed floodlight mounted on top, thus making possible 
simultaneous floodlighting of buildings and lighting 
of pump islands. Floodlight has highly efficient 
and durable reflector of Alzak aluminum. Ex- 
terior is finished in natural aluminum. If desired, 
floodlight can readily be added to Island Light at 
any future date. 



Cat. 


Price 
Eoch 


Finish* 


Lamp 

Worn 


Drmentiont 
(Incheil 


1 


P>«g 


No. 


Dig 


' Hgt 


Qty 


' Wf 






rSLAND LIGHT 








2589-G 
2589-R 


I 

$14 50 
14 50 

i 


1 1 
Green 300-500 20'^ 
Red 300-500 20"^ 




1 
1 


10 
10 






COMBINATION UNIT 








1 

2599-G 
2S99-R 


\ 
\ 

$44 20 
44 20 

i 


t 1 1 
Green 300-500 20 >4 
Red 300-500 2Q]i 

i t 


1 

34 
34 


1 
1 
1 


22 
22 



*Other colors are availabic — prices on request. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL Q ELECTRIC 



99 



WHEELER REFLECTOR FOR BLACKBOARD LIGHTING 




No, 3815 

Reflector 

ond Holder 

for 

Blockboord 

lighring 



CENTRE OF 
CONOUL£T 



■D 



I D=H 




-1 



i 



H 



CENTRE OF 
BLACKBOARD 



Insfallation Detoil 



When used with the PAR-38 projector floodlanip, 
this reflector provides an efficient and economical 
way of lighting classroom blackboards. A suggest- 



ed method of installation is the use of type JA-1 
condulets, having a fixed angle of 27 degrees, and 
\o. CC2270 receptacles, Condulets should be 
spaced 4 feet apart, and mounted on the ceiling so 
that the distance from centre of condulet to wall 
is ^i the distance from ceiling to middle of black- 
board. 

This reflector also ma\ be used for local lighting 
over work-benches, machines and desks. It will 
accommodate 40 or 60 watt inside-frosted lamps. 

Finished inside and out in alumilite, which will 
not tarnish or deteriorate in normal service. 
Supplied with a Snap-Tite holder for porcelain 
sockets. The holder attaches very easily and 
quickly, snapping under the heel of the reflector 
and fastening reflector and socket securely together. 





Li»t Price 


Dimensions (In) 


Std Pkg 


Cot. No. 


Hgt Diam 


Qty Wf 


3815 


$1 40 


5H 


5H 


1 

10 10 

1 



WHEELER DUST-TIGHT GLASS COVERS 




Wheeler dust-tight covers provide an inexpensive 
yet elTective method of protecting the lamps, 
sockets and inner reflecting surfaces of reflectors. 
In industrial locations where there is an excessive 
amount of dirt present, or in outside locations 
where it is essential to protect the lamp from the 
weather, maintenance costs can be reduced to a 
minimum by using Wheeler dust-tight covers. 

These covers can be attached quickly and easily 
to RLM dome, deep bowl, angle, or aluminum 
reflectors by slipping the retaining ring over the 



head of the reflector, and closing the positive spring 
clamp. An asbestos gasket seals the assembly. 
The rolle<l channel retaining ring is made of 
aluminum. Convex glass plates are supplied in 
clear glass as standard; sand-blast etched glass is 
available- 



Cat. 

No. 



Price 
Eoch 



Srd Pkg 



Deicription 



Qty Wt 



2260 


$ 4 68 


For 10" Diameter Reflectors . 


5 


9 


2262 


5 04 


For 12" Diameter Reflectors 


5 


13 


2266 


7 56 


For 16" Diameter Reflectors 


5 


23 


2268 


8 16 


For 18' Diameter Reflectors 


5 


27 


2269 


10 32 


For 20* Diameter Reflectors 


5 


31 



COMPLETi DUST-TIGHT COVERS WITH CLEAR GLASS 

CLEAR GLASS PLATES ONLY* 

2250 $ 1 92 For 10* Diameter Covers 5 

2252 2 10 For 12" Diameter Covers 5 

2256 3 30 For 16" Diameter Covers 5 

2258 3 84 For 18" Diameter Covers 5 

2259 , 4 98 For 20" Diameter Covers | 5 

GASKETS ONLY 

2270 I $ 84 For 10' Diameter Covers | 5 

2272 .96 For 12* Diameter Covers. 5 

2276 1 20 For 16" Diameter Covers 5 

2278 1 44 For 18' Diameter Covers 5 

2280 I 74 For 20' Diameter Covers i 5 

•Sand-blaat etched glass at tl.43 list extra. 



8 
12 
20 
24 
29 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



100 



WHEELER VAPOUR-PROOF FIXTURES 



PENDENT TYPES 



CEILING TYPES 




Sfandord Dome 







Stondord Donie 





30' Angle 



Without Reflector 



SecKonal View of Vapour-proof Fixture 



Without Reflector 



30 Angle 



Application 

These fixtures are recommenficd for use in 
locations where moisture or non-comhuslible clusts 
or vapours are present. 



Installation 

By removintj the top from thr eancjpy body, the 
socket is fully exposed so that wirinjj to socket 
terminals is easilv done. 



Construction 

The two piece cast aluminum canopy is threaded 
to take the heavy glass globe. Both pendent and 
ceiling t\'pe canopy tops are interchangeable on 
all canopy bodies. A gasket between the globe 
and canopy body and one between the canopy body 
and canopy top ensure a tight unit. A stuffing 
gland seals lead-in wires. Reflectors are inter- 
changeable throughout the medium base and mogul 
base range. Globes are available in clear, opal 
or heat-resisting clear glass. 

Finish 

The reflector is finished in acid resisting porcelain 
enamel, green outside, white inside. The canopy 
is finished natural aluminum. 



Wire Guards 

Guards are available for vajKiur-proof fixtures 
without reflector. See iiage 106. 

Pendent Canopies 

Sup()lied with canop\' top tajiped for ]/2^ con- 
duit. When specified on order, top will be lap[)ed 
for ^i^ conduit without additional charge. 

Ceiling Canopies 

Supplied with cano]>y top drilled for standard 
4*^ outlet boxes. When specified, top will be drilled 
with four holes for attaching to a cast heavy duty 
water-tight junction box, without additional charge. 



2110 
2111 
2112 



$ 9 00 

10 02 
13.80 



Clf AR GLOBE OFAi GLOBE 


Lamp 
Wgm 


Dimensiont (In) 


1 


Std Pkg 


Cot. Pric« ' Cot. 

No. Eoct) No. 

1 ii 


Price 
Each 


Diom 


Height 


Socket 


Qfy Wt 

1 


PENDENT FIXTURE— STANDARD DOME 


2100 $ 8 28 2100-OG $11 52 

2102 11 40 2102-OG | 14 64 

2103 14 82 2I03-OG 18 06 


75-100 
200 
300-500 


12>^ 

16 

18 


ll}<i Medium 
11}^ Medium 
13} 2 Mogul 


10 80 
5 46 
5 65 

• 



PENDENT FIXTURE— 30 ANGLE 



2110-OG 
2111-OG 
2112-OG 



(12 24 
13 26 
17.04 



75-100 


loH 


12 


Medium 


10 


73 


150-200 


12H 


14 


Medium 


5 


39 


300-500 


isH 


16?2 


Mogul 


5 


63 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



WHEELER VAPOUR-PROOF FIXTURES 



101 



2120 
2121 
2122 



2130 
2132 
2133 



2140 
2141 
2142 



2150 
2151 
2152 



CLEAR GLOBE 


OPAL GIOBE 


Lamp 
Worti 


Dimensions (fn) 


Socket 


Std Pkg 


Cot. 
No. 


Price 
each 


Car. 
No. 


Price 
Eoch 


D!ofn 


Height 


Qty Wt 



$5 16 

5 82 
7.74 



$ 9 12 

12 24 
15 66 



; 9 84 
10 86 
14 64 



$6 00 
6 66 

8.58 



2120-OG 
2121-OG 
2I22-OG 



2130-OG 

2132-OG 
2133-OG 



2140-OG 
2141-OG 
2142-OG 



PENDENT FIXTURE— WITHOUT REFLECTOR 



$ 8 40 

9 06 

10 98 



60-100 
150-200 
300-500 






10 »i 
13 '^i 



CEILING FIXTURE— STANDARD DOME 



$12 

15 
18 



36 
48 
90 



75-100 
200 
300-500 



12K 

16 

18 



1 1 \i 

1 1 H 

13 H 



CEILING FIXTURE— 30 ANGLE 



$13 08 
14 10 

17 88 



75-100 
150-200 
300-500 



10^ 

12M 
155^ 



12 
14 

1632 



CEILING FIXTURE— WITHOUT REFLECTOR 



Medium 
Medium 
Mogul 



Medium 
Medium 
Mogul 



21S0-OG 


$ 9 24 


60-100 


SH 


10 '4 


Medium 


10 


60 


2151>OG 


9 90 


150-200 


%H 


1134 


Medium 


10 


65 


2152-OG 


11.82 


300-500 


BH 


133-^ 


Mogul 


5 


50 



Medium 


10 


Medium 


5 


Mogul 


5 



10 

10 

5 



10 
5 
5 



60 
65 
50 



81 
46 
66 



74 
40 
64 



REPLACEMENT PARTS 



Cat. 


Price 
Eoch 


Description 


Lamp 
Watts 


Dimensions [Inches) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Diom 


Heighr 


Qty Wt 



GLOBES 



REFLECTORS ONLY 



2159 


$2 40 


Standard Dome 


2161 


4 50 


Standard Dome 


2162 


4 56 


Standard Dome 


2166 


3 12 


Angle 


2167 


3 12 


Angle 


2168 


3 54 


Angle 



75-100 
200 
300-500 

75-100 
150-200 
300-500 



123^ 

16 

18 


10'4 
121/8 

15^8 



3^16 
5 J/2 

8' lie 
10 3 j 



10 
10 

5 

10 

10 

5 



1311 


$1 44 


Clear 


60-200 


534 


434 


10 


20 


1311-HR 


4.68 


Clear, Heat Resisting 


60-200 


SH 


4}4 


10 


20 


1311-OG 


4.68 


Opal 


60-200 


5'4 


4M 


10 


20 


1312 


3 48 


Clear 


300-500 


8? 8 


55^ 


5 


20 


1312-HR 


6 72 


Clear, Heat Resisting 


300-500 


SH 


55^ 


5 


20 


1312-OG 


6 72 


Opal 


300-500 


sr. 


SH 


5 


20 



19 
32 
21 

20 

27 
26 







CAST CANOPIES ONLY WITH SOCKFTS 








2153 


$4 44 


Pendent 


60-100 




4H 


10 


48 


2154 


5 46 


Pendent 


150-200 




53-^ 


10 


48 


2155 


6 78 


Pendent 


300-500 




6 k 


s 


36 


2156 


5.28 


Ceiling 


60-100 




43^ 


10 


49 


2157 


6 30 


Ceiling 


150-200 




53^ 


10 


49 


2158 


7.62 


Ceiling 


300-500 




634 


5 


38 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



»e 



i 



102 



WHEELER ''VAPOLUX" FIXTURES 

DusMight and Vapour-proof 

Listed by Underwriters' Laboratories for Class I!, Group G Hazardous Locations 






Standard Dome 



SecHonaf View of Vapolux Fixture 



30"" Angle 



Wheeler * 'Vapolux" fixtures are recommended 
for Clnss II Group G hazardous locations where 
combustible dust atmospheres exist, such as in 
flour mills, feed mills, grain elevators, starch mills, 
sugar, cocoa and coal pulverizing plants, and 
establishments or industries involving similar 
hazardous processes or conditions. 

Construction 

The porcelain enamelled steel reflector is entirely 
enclosed and protected by a rugged, clear, heat 
resisting cover glass permanently sealed in place. 
This construction prevents the accumulation of 
smoke, dust, moisture or dirt on the reflecting 
surface. Thus, to restore the unit to initial 
efficiency, it is simply a matter of cleaning the 
outside surface of the cover glass. 

The cast aluminum canop\' is of two-piece con- 
struction, the joint between the canopy top and 
canopy body being made by closely fitting machined 
threads. This avoids the necessity of any gasket 
between these two parts which are infrequently 
separated* An aluminum baffle plate is secured in 
the lower end of the canopy body to provide 
additional reflecting surface- 



Canopies are tapped ^^ standard; ^4" when 
specified at no increase in price. Available for 
pendent suspension only. 

Finish 

The reflector is finished in acid resisting porcelain 
enamel, green outside, white inside, Canopy is 
finished natural aluminum. 

Installation 

Wiring is particularly simple due to the easily 
accessible porcelain socket mounted in the remov- 
able canopy top. Set screws are provided at all 
threaded joints as well as in the conduit hub, for 
positive protection against loosening under con- 
stant vibration, 

Relamping 

Relamping is accomplished by unscrewing the 
reflector and sealed-in cover glass as a unit from 
the canopy and lowering it down over the lamp. 
A mechanically attached gasket is provided at this 
threaded joint to ensure a tight seal when the 
reflector is replaced. 



COMPLETE UNIT 


Lamp 
WaHi 


Dimensions (lr>$) 


Socket 


Std 


Pl<9 


REPLACEMENT 
GLASS COVER ONLY 


Cof, 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Dram, 


Heighf 


Qty 


Wt 


Cat. 
No. 


Prict 
Eoefi 










STANDARD DOME 








2638 
2639 


$38.10 
48.60 


200 
300-500 


17H 

19J2 


I2H 
15 


Med 
Mog 


2 
1 


35 
22 


2616 
2618 


$ 6 90 

11.76 










30° ANGLE 








2644 
2645 


$40.68 
50.94 


1 « 

1 150-200 
300-500 


17H 
19H 


1614 
19 


Med 
Mog 


2 
1 


45 

27 


2616 
2618 


$ 6 90 

11 76 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



103 



WHEELER "CLASS ll-G" GLOBE TYPE FIXTURES 

Dusf-tight and Vapour-proof 

Listed by Underwriters' Laboratories for Class II, Group G Hazardous Locations 




Standard Dome 

Wheeler **Class II-G" Globe type fixtures are 
recommended for Class 1 1 Group G hazardous 
locations where combustible dust atmospheres 
exist, such as flour mills, feed mills, grain elevators, 
starch mills, sugar, cocoa and coal pulverizing 
plants, and establishments or industries involving 
similar hazardous processes or conditions. 

Construction 

The lamp is totally enclosed in a dust-exclusion 
chamber formed at its upper end by the cast 
canopy parts and at the lower end by the threaded 
glass globe. The seal between the globe and 
canopy body is entirely independent of the threaded 
reflector neck, so that eff^ective protection is afford- 
ed even though the reflector might not be thorough- 
ly seated in the canopy body. 

The cast aluminum canopy is of two-piece con- 
struction, the joint between the canopy top and 
canopy body being made by closely fitting machined 
threads. This avoids the necessity of any gasket 
between these two parts which are infrequently 
separated. An aluminum baffle plate is secured 
in the lower end of the canopy body to provide 
additional reflecting surface. 

Canopies are tapped l^" standard ; ^4 " when 
specified at no increase in price. Available for 
pendent suspension only. 




Sectlonof View of "Class ll-G" Globe Type Fixture 



Finish 



The steel reflector is finished in acid resisting 
porcelain enamel, green outside, white inside. 
Canopy is finished natural aluminum. 

Installation 

Wiring is particularly simple due to the easily 
accessible porcelain socket mounted in the remov- 
able canopy top. Set screws are provided at all 
threaded joints as well as in the conduit hub, for 
positive protection against loosening under con- 
stant vibration. 



Relomping 

Relamping is accomplished by merely removing 
threaded glass globe, or if reflector cleaning is 
necessary at the same time — reflector and globe 
may be taken down as a unit over the lamp. If 
the latter procedure is followed, the globe should 
be left loose in the reflector neck, when relamping, 
so that it can be driven home against its seating 
gasket after the reflector has been seated to the 
canopy body. The globe seating gasket is mechani- 
cally attached in the canopy body, so there is no 
chance of reassembling the fixture with the gasket 
being omitted. 



COMPLETE UNIT 


Lamp 

Worn 


Dimensions (inches) 


Std Pkg 


REPLACEMENT GLOBE ONLY 


Cat 

No. 


Price 
Each 


Diam 


Hgt 


Qfy 


Wt 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 



STANDARD DOME 



1455 


$15 90 


75-100 


12 


iiH 


10 


70 


1311 


$1.44 


n4S5-HR 


19 14 


75-100 


12 


UH 


10 


70 


nii-HR 


4.68 


1456 


22 SO 


150-200 


18 


u% 


10 


130 


1312 


3.48 


•1456*HR 


26 04 


150-200 


18 


115^ 


10 


130 


1312-HR 


6.72 



■Suffix HR denotes Heat-Resisting Globe, 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL 4^ ELECTRIC 



104 



WHEELER EXPLOSION-PROOF FIXTURES 

Listed by Underwriters' Laboratories for Class 1, Group D Hazardous Locations 






Stondard Dome 



Shallow Dome 





Ceiling Type 



Wall Bracket Fixture 



Whicler explosion-proof fixtures are designed for 
(Jlass I (iroup D hazardous locations — atmospheres 
containinj^ vapours of gasoline, petroleum, naj:»htha, 
alcohols, acetone, lacquer solvents and natural gas. 

Construction 

Sturdilx' built with strong cast walls an<l furnished 
with a special heat resisting lens of sufficient thick- 
ness to withstand the shattering pressures of 
internal explosion, I hey prevent sparks or hot gases 
from escaping and igniting vaporous or gaseous 
atmosphere. 

Finish 

The steel reflector is finished in i)orcelain enamel, 
green outside, white inside. Cadmium finish on 
canopy; aluminum on guard, hood and screw cover. 

Installotion 

Wiring the fixture is easily and quickly accom- 
plished. Lamp and wiring chambers are securely 
sei^arated by a wall of sealing cement so that 
should an explosion occur in one chamber it cannot 
harm the other. 

Relomping 

Relamping is easily done by loosening the two 
thumb screws on either side of the fixture and 
unscrewing the entire hood unit, consisting of hood, 
reflector, lens and guard, from the dome. 



Tapped 






PENDENT FIXTURES 

standard.* 

CEILING FIXTURES 

To order Ceiling type fixtures simph- add the 
suffix CT to the catalogue number of the corres- 
ponding Pendent type listing. The addition for 
ceiling type fixtures is S6.34. Explosion-proof 

•Available tapped for H' conduit at a reduction of S0.42. 





Deep Bowl 



30° Angle 



Without Reflector 





Side Wall Fixture 



Gasoline Pump Unit 



outlet box has four threaded hubs for ^-inch 
conduit*, three of which have close-up plugs. 

WALL BRACKET FIXTURE 

An explosion-proof fixture with a wall bracket 
outlet box type of canopy construction which per- 
mits fixture to be suspended at a greater distance 
from the wall than is possible with the "Side Wall" 
style of fixture. 

The explosion-proof outlet box on the bracket 
has four threaded holes for %" conduit*, three of 
which havx' close-up plugs. 

SIDE WALL FIXTURE 

An explosion-proof fixture with canopy con- 
structed for direct attachment to sidewalls. 

Cadmium finish on canopy. Aluminum on 
guard, hood, and screw cover. Tapped %' 
standard*. 

GASOLINE PUMP UNIT 

A compact and reliable explosion-proof lighting 
fixture for illumination of gasoline pumps and 
pump dials. 

Furnished with a small oscillating switch which 
is wired in the controlling circuit. A screw cover 
in the back of the fixture permits wiring connec- 
tions to be quickly aod easily made. Lamp and 
wiring chambers are securely separated by a w-all 
of sealing cement so that should an explosion 
occur in one chamber, it cannot harm the other 

Fixture may be used for direct or indirect 
lighting and may be mounted in any position. 
Inasmuch as fixture is usually installed inside 
pumps, no guard is furnished. To relamp, sim[)ly 
remove entire globe unit. 

Cadmium finish on canopy. Aluminum on 
threaded ring and screw cover. Tapped l^" 
standard. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL & ELECTRIC 



WHEELER EXPLOSION-PROOF FIXTURES 



105 



FIXTURE WITH GUARD 


FIXTURE LESS GUARD 


Larnp 
Wat1$ 


Dimersions (In) 


Std 

Pkg 


Cot. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Wt 
Lb 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Wf 

Lb 


Diam 


Height 
, With Guard 


Hefght 
Less Guard 








PENDENT FIXTURE WITH STANDARD DOME REFLECTOR 








4025 


$31 37 


17 


4030 


$29 . 96 


16 


100 


12 


13 


13 


1 


4026 


32 08 


18 


4031 


30 67 


17 


150 


14 


13 


13 


1 


4027 


44.77 


29 


4032 


42 65 


28 


200 


16 


\S% 


15'^ 


1 


PENDENT FIXTURE WITH SHALLOW DOME REFLECTOR 


4055 


$31 02 


17 


4060 


$29 61 


16 


100 


12 


13 


13 


I 


4056 


31 73 


18 


4061 


30.32 


17 


150 


14 


13 


13 


1 


4057 


44.42 


27 


4062 


42 30 


26 


200 


16 


15H 


15 H 


1 


PENDEHT FIXTURE WITH DEEP BOWL REFLECTOR 


4035 


$31 73 


17 


4040 


$30 32 


16 


100 


10 


13 


13 


I 


4036 


32 43 


18 


4041 


31 02 


17 


150 


12 


13 J^ 


13 H 


1 


4037 


45 12 


26 


4042 


43 01 


25 


200 


14 

1 


ISM 


153^ 


1 


PENDENT FrXTURE WITH 30^ ANGLE REFLECTOR 


4045 


$31 73 


17 


4050 


$30.32 


16 


100 


10 


14 1^ 


14M 




4046 


32 43 


18 


4051 


31 02 


17 


150 


12 


I6li 


16K 




4047 


45 83 


27 


4052 


43 71 


26 


200 


16 


20 


20 










PENDENT FIXTURE WITHOUT REFLECTOR 








4015 


$27 . 50 


15 


4020 


$26 09 


14 


100 


7H 


13 


121^ 




4016 


27 50 


15 


4021 


26.09 


14 


ISO 


iVs 


13 


nH 




4017 


39 48 


23 


4022 


37.37 


22 


200 


%V2 


15 ^ 


14 H 










WALL BRACKET FIXTURES 








4006 


1 

$36 66 


20 


1 

4009 


$35.25 


19 


100 


loM 


13^ 


13 M 


1 


4007 


36 66 


20 


4010 


35 25 


19 


150 


i(i% 


13% 


13 M 




4008 


48 65 


28 


4011 


46.53 


27 


200 


123^ 


isH 


15 










SIDE WALL FIXTURES 








4012 


$35 25 


15 


4018 


$33 84 


1 

14 


100 


iVz 


nH 


nH 




4013 


35.25 


IS 


4019 


33.84 


14 


150 


TA 


n}i 


nVs 





GASOLINE PUMP UNfT 





Price Each 


Description 


Lomp Watts 


Dimensions (in) 


Std Pkg 


Cof. No. 


Diam 


" - — 

Height 


Qty 


Wt 


4028 
4029 


$14 10 
5.64 


Complete Unit 
Globe Only 


25-40 


6H 

• • • 


lOH 


1 

1 


10 
3 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



106 



WHEELER WIRE GUARDS 





Guard for Round 
Reftectors 



Guard for Isolux 
Reflecfors 



Cat. 

No. 



4425 
4427 
4429 
4431 

4434 
4435 
4436 



172 

160 



170 




Wheeler wire guards are ruggedly constructed of 
heavy wire which is tinned after spot welding. 
A unique clamping screw arrangement permits 
rapid removal of these guards for cleaning and 
relamping reflectors. 

Throughout most of the catalogue, reflector 
diameters have been indicated in the nearest even 
inch dimension. However, in some instances exact 
overall bead diameters have been given. Guards 
have been made to clamp properly around reflector 
bead diameter as shown in the "Actual" column. 



No. 170 Guard 



Price 
Eoch 



Lamp 

Warn 



Nominal Diom 
(h) 




Sid Pkg 



Qty 



GUARDS FOR ROUND REFLECTORS 



$2 40 

2 88 

3 60 
4.32 



5 
6 
7 



04 
00 
20 



GUARDS WITH CUPS, FOR ISOLUX REFLECTORS 



$1 90 
2 90 



100-200 
300-500 



8 

4 



GUARD FOR VAPOUR-PROOF UNITS WITHOUT REFLECTORS 



$3 50 



60-100 86 150-200 



Wt 



8 


SH 


2 


10 


3 


10 


10 '4 


2K2 


10 


3 


12 


12 H 


314 


10 


3 


14 


13?4 


5H 


10 


3 


16 


16^6 


454 


10 


3 


18 


18 


sy* 


10 


3 


20 


20^6 


3H 


10 


3 



5 

4 




WHEELER GLOBE HOLDER AND SHADE 



GLOBE HOLDER 



SHADE 




Weatherproof 



Made of steel, porcelain enamelled white inside 
and green outside. Supplied complete with med- 
ium base socket, supporting yoke and locknut. 
Yoke is tapped ^-inch standard; 34-inch when 
specified, at no extra charge. 





Price 
Each 


Fitter 


Std Pkg 


Cat. No. 


Qty 


Wt 


231 


$3.75 


6" 


10 


30 




Painted Half Shode 



For 40, 50 and (iO-watt lamps. Length SJ/g 
inches: depth 2% inches. With collar to fit 
standard holders. Baked enamel inside and out. 
Green outside and white inside. 





Price EacK 


S»d Pkg 


Cat. No, 


Qry 


Wt 


375 


$0 60 


25 


10 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



107 



WHEELER SOCKETS 




MEDIUM BASE SOCKET 

Tsed on Durex medium base reHcct- 
ors. A removable ring type of socket 
with supporting screw holes on l^^^" 
centres. Porcelain socket shell can be 
screwed otT to expose contact screws for 
read\ wiring. 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Eoch 



Description 



Std Pkg 



Qty 



222 



$0 84 



Socket only 



10 



Wt 



8 



STANDARD TWO PIECE SOCKETS 

Used on Durex mogul base reflectors, 
medium base One-piece Solid-neck re- 
flectors, medium base One-piece Isolux 
reflectors, and mogul \'apour-proof 
fixtures. 

A two-piece porcelain socket of 
rugged construction. Socket cap has 
slotted holes on l*^?" centres for sup- 
porting screws. By removing socket 
body, terminal screws are exposed on 
the lower side of the cap. 




Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Bose 


Deicription 


Std 


Pkg 


No 


Qty 


Wt 


219 
218 


$0 84 

1 62 

1 02 
2.04 


Med 
Med 

Mog 
Mog 


Socket only 

Socket with yoke and 

nut 


10 

10 
5 

5 


8 
10 


221 
220 


Socket only 
Socket with yoke and 
nut 


5 
6 










WIRED SOCKETS 

Medium and Mogul Base 



One-piece sockets which attach directly to 
canopy or yoke. Wired from side or back. Sup* 
porting screw holes on 1 ^^2 " centres. Used on 
medium Vapour-proof, Vapolux, Isolux and Mercury 
Vapour fixtures. 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Base 


Description 


Std Pkg 


Qty 


Wt 


297 

386 . 

387 ! 


$0 60 
1.02 
1 92 


Med 
Mog 
Mog 


Socket only 
Socket only 
Socket with yoke and 

nut 


10 
5 

5 


8 

S 

6 



DURATACH SOCKETS 

Medium and Mogul Base 

The Duratach porcelain socket cap 
accommodates all medium and mogul 
base Duratach reflectors. Socket cap 
is attached to canopy by two screws 
which fit into bayonet holes in the 
socket cap. 

The socket bodies are rigidly held in the reflector 
necks by means of two screws. Shock-absorbing 
features may be added at any time merely by 
insertion of a shock-absorbing element. 




Cot. 
No. 



266 

267 
268 



Price 
Each 



Dejcription 



$1 00 

1.40 

.50 



Medium Body 
Mogul Body. . 
Cap only 



Std Pkg 



Qty 



Wt 



10 
10 
10 



5 
8 
3 




MEDIUM BASE SOCKET 

A removable ring type of porcelain 
socket. Wired from side or back. 
Supporting screw holes on 11^2" centres. 

Used on all Arcolux reflectors, bulle- 
tin sign reflectors, 100-200 watt port- 
able floodlights, and No. 212 separable 
canopy. 



Cat. 
No. 

295 
296 



Price 
Eoch 

$0 84 
1 62 



Descriprion 



Socket only 

Socket with yoke and nut . . . 



Std Pkg 



Qty Wt 



10 

10 



8 

10 




YOKE AND LOCKNUT 

For Medium and 

Mogul Base 

Sockets 



Die-cast yoke and locknut furnished complete 
with fibre washer and two brass socket screws. 
Yoke is tapped }/^" standard, ^4" when specified, 
at no extra charge. Locknut threads are right- 
hand, permitting the complete fixture to be 
tightened by the locknut. 



Cat. No 


Price Eoch 


Tap 


Std Pkg 


Qty 


Wt 


392 

393 


$1 02 
1.02 


'A 


10 

10 


4 

4 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



i 



108 



WHEELER FfTTINGS 



BALL AND SOCKET ALIGNER 




For ZYa inch 

and 

4 inch Outlet 

Boxes 



The ball and socket construction jicrmits the 
cover to be attached to an outlet box that is 
mounted at an angle, while the fixture itself hangs 
plumb. The die-cast ball is fitted to accommodate 
3^ inch pipe. The cadmium plated cover is made 
of steel and is attached to outlet box by means of 
two screws. 



SHOCK ABSORBER 




Suspension Fitting 



Made of cast aluminum, with nozzle threaded 
for 3^ inch pipe. Shock absorber minimizes 
vibration. 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 




Std Pke 




No. 


Qty 




Wt 


241 


$0.84 


10 


8 



Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Description 


Std 


Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


264 


$0 S4 


Aligner only 


10 


8 



ALIGNER WITH SHOCK ABSORBER 



For 3V4 inch 

and 

4 inch Outlet Boxes 





SHOCK ABSORBER 

Stem Fitting 
For V2 inch pipe 



Made of cast aluminum,' with nozzle threaded 
for }/2 ''"ch pipe. Shock^ absorber minimizes 
vibration. 





Cot. 
No. 


Price 
Each 




Sid Pkg 






Oty 


Wt 


245 


$0 70 


10 


5 



SHOCK ABSORBING ELEMENT 



This aligner assures the vertical hanginy^ of 
reflectors and protects the fixtures from vibration. 
Will correct for any variation up to 15° from the 
vertical. Made of cast ahiininum, tapped for 14 
inch pii)e. 

Three sizes of springs are availal)lc, to accom- 
modate various combined weights of fixtures and 
conduit. Springs are interchangeable. 



Cat. 
So 



Price 
Eacti 



Combined Weight 

of Fixture 

ond Conduit 



97 
100 
101 



$1 26 
1 26 
1 26 



Up to 9 lb. 

9 to 15 lb. 

15 to 25 lb. 



Std Pkg 



Qty 



W» 



10 
10 
10 



14 
14 

14 




For Medium and 
Mogul Sockets 



A thin shock-absorbing element which can be 
inserted between socket and canop}-, or socket and 
yoke. This small element increases the life of the 
lamps in locations where fixtures arc subjected to 
severe vil)ration. \o. 211 is for Duratach sockets 
only. 



Cat 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wl 


209 
211 


$0 30 
30 


10 
10 


H 

J2 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



109 



WHEELER FITTINGS 



SEPARABLE CANOPY 




Con be used to suspend any 214 
inch Shadeholder Reflector 



Canopy is complclf with Xo. 295 socket, \oke 
and nut, Tappe(i }^-inrh standard; ?4-inch when 
specified at no extra rharj^e. 



Cat, 


Price 
Each 


Socket 


FiWar 


Std Pkfl 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


212 
214 


$2 50 
3 00 


Med 
Mog 


2^" 


10 
10 


15 

20 



CABLE GRIP SUSPENSION HANGER 




With Cross Arm Assembly 



Available with '2 i'^'li female thread, or fitted 
with a nipple to provide *2 inch male threatl. 
Removable side plate allows for easy wiring. 



Co». 

No. 



271 
272 
273 



Price 


Ea 


ch 


$2 


10 


2 


10 


3 


48 



Description 



Std Pkg 



Qty 



Wt 



}/^ inch Female 

' 2 inch Male , 

For 3-wire susp. (similiar to 
272) 



10 
10 

10 



26 
26 

26 



CAST COVER 




For 4-inch Outlet Boxes 



Made of cast aluminum, and is available in 
^-inch pipe size, both male and female. Scrt-w 
holes are on 3J/2-irif^h centres. 



Cat 


Price 
Each 


Description 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


236 

276 
277 
237 


$0 96 

.72 

,78 

24 


Cover (female) and gasket 
Cover only (female) 
Cover only (male) 
Gasket only ... 


10 
10 
10 
10 


12 

10 

10 

2 



SUSPENSION FITTING 




Without Shock Absorber 

Suspension fitting with plain 
tapped for .^2 in^-h pipe. 



loop, 



Co». 


Prk© 
Each 


Dtticrlption 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qfy 


Wf 


315 


$1 6S 


Plain Loop 


10 


20 



CABLE GRIP SUSPENSION HANGER 



Without Cross Arm Assembly 
For V2 inch pipe 




Cat. 


Price 
Eoch 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


316 


$1 32 


10 




20 





STANDARD IRON BRACKET 




Wheeler 30 inch j^ooseneck bracket, 3^-inch 
pipe, galvanized with flange, is useful when 
rertectors are to be installed from walls. 

Adaptable for the lighting of shipping platforms, 
yards, etc. 



Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Description 


Srd Pkg 


No. 


Qty Wt 


226 
227 
228 


$1 32 
.84 
.4S 


1 1 
Complete with Flange 10 ' 40 
Bracket only 10 j 30 
Flange only ... 10 10 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



110 



HOLOPHANE IN-BILT FLUSH UNITS 







No. F-1748 or No. F-1774 



No. F-t748-2 or No. F-1774-2 




\. „^ aa. 



jrrrr-: ";■ -.'■■.-- 


w 


, 






■ 


S^ ' fH 


«i 


] 


1^ 


^^ 




^0 


P^ ** 


i 1 


■ 


p^ 


-■ \ ,-^- J.-i — ITT- 


3-.0 "/ 








licr t»'. o* ■ tr \ .3 




Section No. F-1748 



Distribution Curve 
No. F-1748 150 Watts 



Distribution Curve 
No. F-1774 200 Watts 



Section No. F-1774 



These units, being built-in, become an integral 
part of the building interior; they blend with most 
architectural designs. In most cases they are used 
in 'V^neral" lighting layouts; light is evenly spread 
over the room area when units are uniformly spaced 
on centers no greater than Mi times the mounting 
height. This type of lighting is used in stores, 
offices, banks, schools, churches, hospitals, studios, 
and public buildings. 

Performance 

The F-1748 and F-1774 series provide an intensiv^e 
light distribution by means of an efficient optical 
train consisting of a specially designed Controlens 



and square prismatic reflector. The Controlenst has 
the property of being able to accept rays of light 
approaching from equally opposite directions^ at the 
same point on the lens, and diverge them an equally 
opposite amount. The diagram makes this clear. 

Some light is emitted all the way up to the hori- 
zontal, but the quantity at the high angles (60^- 
90"^) is low, resulting in a comfortable appearance at 
normal angles of view. The appearance of the unit 
when installed in the ceiling is pleasing, both when 
lighted and unHghted. The emitted light is the 
same color as that of the lamp as crystal glass does 
not change the color of the light. 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


No. of 
Ler»s 


Lamp Watts 
per Lens 


Roughing Box (In.) 


Face Plate {In.l 

1 


Plaster Opening (In.) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


1 
Length 


Width 


1 
Length 


Width 


Qty 


Wf 


F-1748 
F-l 748-2 
F-1748-3 
F-1748-4S 

F-1774 
F-1774-2 
F-1774-3 
F-1774-4S 


$25 20 

•* 

30 60 

75 60 

• • 

** 


1 
2 
3 

4 

1 
2 
3 

4 


150 
150 
150 
150 

300* 
300* 
300* 
300* 


10% 
18% 
27% 
23 

13K 
25% 

37 K 
26 


10% 
10% 
10% 
23 

13J8 

13 >8 

13 H 
26 


8 "4 

9 

9 

13 

12H6 
12' 16 
12%6 


11% 
20% 
28% 

24 '2 

153,^ 

27H 
19H 
26li 


11% 

11% 

1 1 H 

24 'a 

is'i 
nH 

26% 


10% 
19% 
27% 
23>^ 

1458 

26 

26% 


10%: 
10%' 
10% 
23J2 

143 8 
14 H 

14H 
26% 


6 

6 
6 


144 

228 
414 



im base 6' light-center lamp. 

on application. 

rings are not furnished. 
.\U 1 i. — Dinr - are approximate. Write far detailed sketch before making installation. 

tJt^Ihe Holoi Company Limited. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



HOLOPHANE IN-BILT FLUSH UNITS 



111 



tot^ 






: Pffl^MATIC. 
,'■ PCrUCTOQ 



— ^ 



coNnixtNS 



J?^*^ 

^ !'*•'• 



«i 



.10^ 



Section No. F-1739 



No. F*I739 or No. F-1765 



Section No. F-1765 









-• 1- 




-' 


, 


. ' * 




DistribLvfion Curve 
No. F'l739 150 Wafts 



Dfstribution Curve 
No. F-1765 200 Watts 



These In-Bilt units are used for three types of 
lighting: 

General Lighting : in narrow high ceilinged in- 
teriors as may occur in some stores, churches, banks, 
gymnasiums, museums— where not more than two 
rows of outlets are used. For uniform iHumination, 
these units should be installed on centers not ex- 
ceeding 0.9 times the mounting height above the 
working plane. 



Local Lighting: where the light is focused on 
people, objects^ work areas, displays— as might 
occur with store counters, stage productions, in- 
spection operations, laboratories, church pulpits, 

General-Ptus-Local-Lighting: where focusing 
beams are used to supplement existing installations 
by combination with the ^'''general'' system in use. 

Performance 

A variety of light patterns is possible varying from 
curve A through B, C and D as shown in the distri- 
bution curves on this page, Curve B, however, is 
the standard setting for units listed here. The 
change in light distribution results from changes in 
focus (distance of lamp filament from Controlens) 
and lamp offset (distance of lamp filament to right 
or left of centeriine of Controlens). Some light is 
emitted all the way up to the horizontal but the 
quantity at the high angles (60''-90'^) is low, result- 
ing in a comfortable appearance at normal angles of 
view. 



Cah 


Price 
Each 


No. of 
Lens 


Lamp Watts 
per Lem 


RougKing Box 


(In.) 


Face PI 


ate (In.) 


Plaster Opening (In.) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Length 


Width 


Length 


Width 


Qty 


Wt 


F-1739 


$26 70 


1 


150 


10 > 4 


1014 


lo-H 


iiH 


nU 


103^ 


103.^ 


6 


126 


F-1739-2 


• * 


2 


150 


18:«i 


1014 


10 '0 


20 K 


nU 


19 \i 


1054 


■ . 


. . . 


F-1 739-3 


«• 


3 


150 


27>4 


mi 


10?., 


283.4 


mi 


273^ 


lOH 


■ - 


• • ■ 


F-1 739-4S 


♦* 


4 


150 


23 


23 


13 


24»2 


24 > 2 


23 ^ 


231 2 


■ • 


. . . 


F-1765 


32 30 


1 


300* 


13J8 


IV4 


12',6t 


153^^ 


ISH 


143^ 


Wi 


6 


228 


F-1 765-2 


75.60 


2 


300* 


2534' 


13H 


12' ie 


273/9 


15H 


26 


14H 


6 


390 


F-1765-3 


«« 


3 


300* 


37"8 


13 H 


I2V16 


39M 


15 H 


38 H 


14H 






F-1765-4S 


• • 


4 


300* 


26 


26 


12 ',6 


leVs 


26^ 


26 »i 


26^ 




• * • 



♦Medium base 6' light-center lamp. 

^Price on application. 

tDepth necessary for settings '*A" and "C"* Otherwise F-1765 13 10^ j* deep. 

Plaster rings are not furnislted. 

NOTE — Dimensions are approximate. Write for detailed sketch before makinss initallAtion, 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL® ELECTRIC 



112 



HOLOPHANE IN-BILT MODEUTE 



The application of spot 
lighting to feature items of 
merchandise has become 
standard practice with dis- 
play managers. Until the 
advent of the Modelite, this 
consisted of attaching spot 
lijjhts to the ceiHngs or col- 
umns — a generally unsightly 
procedure. 

The Modelitet is an In- 
Bilt Controlens lighting unit 
which makes it possible, for the first time, to spot light or ''ac- 

cent" merchandise display from a light source which is an in- ... 

tegral part of the generariighting system. The result is unique ^^^ ^^Z^t::^:,^:::;^ 
In that the display is flooded with hght without any distracting ^j^^ members and spot-lighting frpm 
brightness of the source from which it comes. central section. 




No. F-1778-M 



Cot. 
No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Lomp 
Watts 


Roughing Box (Inches) 


Face Piote (InJ 


Plaster Opening 


Std Pkg 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Length 


Width 


Length 


Width 


Qty 


Wt 


F-1778-M 


$61 20 


250t 


14^ 


14H 


13 K 


ISVs 


isVs 


HH 


14K 


6 


210 



tG-5n Floodlight Service lamp. 

J RjThe Holophane Company Limited. 




HOLOPHANE IN-BILT COUNTERLITE 




No E-1814 
Surface Mounted 




No. F-18U 
Recessed 




The name CounterHte indicates the chief applica- 
tion of this precision Hghting unit — the lighting of 
store counters. Centered over the customer's edge, 
It projects an oval pattern of light — narrow across 
and spread along the counter. In this way, the 
majority of the light is concentrated on the display, 
resulting in higher illumination and greater attrac- 
tion. Spill light takes care of traffic aisles and stock 
shelves. 

Construction 

Thi'se units are available for either recessed or 
surface mounting. The optical parts — a compound 
Controlens and a polished aluminum reflector — are 
supported by a Xo. 16 gauge steel box. In the case 
of the surface type, the standard external finish is 
silver-tone aluminum which serves as a prime coat 
if the unit is to be painted in the ceiling. 



Cot, 


Price 


Lomp 


Roughing Eton (Inches) 


Face Plate (hj 


Plaster Opening (In.) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Eoch 


Watts 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Length 


Width 


Length 


Width 


Qty 

6 
6 


Wt 


E-1814 
F-1814 


$39 15 
39 15 


200-300* 
i00*300* 


13 3^ 


14H 
13?i 


7 


isH 


15^8 


14 


14 


180 

156 



•Medium base 6* liRht-ccnter lamp. 
Plaster ring h not furnished. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



113 



HOLOPHANE BLACKBOARD LIGHTING UNIT 




<*«: — 1 — 7- 


^ 


^ 




*> yvA 


,1^ 


C\ 


^a 


^4 / \ 


A 


M 


^ 


A / 


so — ^ 

\ 


\\y 


' 
N 




\ 


\rl 


h 


^YJ — ■ — jao^ — ^ 


"^/^ 




r 


r 
1 


■\ 





No. E>796 2 
Surface Mounted 



Distribkifion Curve 
No. F-796 100 Warn 

A. Lateral Distribution 

B. Verticaf Distribution 



These Controlens units are designed to light black- 
boards, bulletin boards, switchboard panels and 
similar vertical surfaces. The requirement for light- 
ing a vertical surface is to bend the light beam to- 
ward the surface and then spread it out along the 
wall. The light should be directed to the surface at 





Section Ho. F-796-2 



No. F-796- 2 
Flush Mounted 



a sharp angle so as to cut out specular reflection at 
normal viewing angles. 

Generally, the 796 type is used as separate units 
in intermittent runs; also, for use with long black- 
boards. The 790 type is for use with continuous 
troughs or where a blackboard is isolated or narrow. 



Cat. 


Price 


No. of 


Lamp WoMi 
per Lens 


Roughing Box (In.) 


Face PI 


ate (In.) 


Plaster Opening (In.) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Each 


Lens 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Length 


Width 


Length 


Width 


Qty 


Wt 


E-796 
E-796-2 
F-796 
F-796-2 1 


$21 60 
21 20 
24 30 
27 00 


1 
2 

1 
2 


150 
150 
150 
150 


15 


8 

llM 


5^16 

6 

7 


18 




&14 

1614 


10^ 


6 
6 
6 
6 


60 
120 

78 
120 



NOTE re 790 type: MechanicaJ and dimensional details for E-790, £-790-2, F-790 and F-790-i are identical with those for 796 Type* Prices on application* 



HOLOPHANE IN-BILT SQUARE "NO-BOX" UNIT 

ance between cleaning intervals is maintained 
because of the enclosed construction. 

They are designed for tile or block ceilings and 
being 12'' square will exactly replace a single tile. 
The R-2772 will fit any standard block construction, 
such as Celotex, and may be attached directly to the 
ceiling framing by means of a metal frame supplied 
with the unit. The R-2773 is especially designed for 
attachment to the "T" bar construction used with 
Johns-Manville Sanacoustic tile ceilings, 

All these units have an intensive light distribu- 
tion and are used mainly for general lighting, Spac- 
ings up to 114 times the mounting height above the 
work plane will deliver a uniform degree of illumina- 
tion throughout the room. 




No. R-2772 or R-2773 



DIstribiition Curve 
No. R-2772 200 Wotfs 



These Xo-Box units are designed for installation 
without a metal housing, which results in consider- 
able over-all economies. Efficient lighting perform- 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lomp 
Watts 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Net Wt 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Depth 


Face Plate 


Qty 


Wt 


R-2772 
R-2773 


$24 90 
24 90 


200-300* 
200-300* 


12H 


12 X 12 
12 X 12 


14 
13 


6 
6 


120 
120 



*Medium base 6* light<enter lamp. 



^ 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



114 



HOLOPHANE IN-BILT ROUND "NO-BOX" UNITS 






No. R-1894 



No. R-2120, No. R-2130 or No. R-2140 



No. R-5544 






Distribution Curve 
No. R-1894 200 Watts 



Distribution Curve 

. R.2130 200 Watts 



Distribution Curve 
No. R.5544 300 WoHt 



R-1894: This flush unit, with round Controlens, 
is used for jjeneral ht^hting applications. It has 
been designed for installation without metal housing, 
which results in considerable over-all economies. 
Its round contour makes it suitable for certain 
architectural requirements. High lighting perform- 
ance between cleaning intervals is assured because of 
the enclosed construction. 

To maintain effective and uniform illumination, 
it should be installed on spacings not exxeeding \}4 
times the mounting height above the working plane. 

R-2120, R-2130 and R-2140: "In-Bilt" Reflector- 
Refractors combine beauty with efficiency. The 
design of the prismatic element harmonizes with all 
types of interiors and the control of the direct and 
reflected rays allows greater concentration of down 
light on working areas. Controlled light through 
the exposed portion affords pleasing ceiling illumina- 
tion. Easy relamping is accomplished through the 
removable cup in the refractor member of the unit. 



Units should be spaced on centers not exceeding 2 
times the mounting height above the working plane. 

R-5544 (In-Bi!t Correctalitef): This unit com- 
bines excellent design characteristics with high 
lighting efficiency. It embodies semi-recessed design, 
with the light-controlling glassware projecting below 
the ceiling so as to provide some ceiling illumina- 
tion. Easily relamped through a removable pris- 
matic bottom plate. 

For essentially uniform illumination install In- 
Bllt Correctalites on spacings not to exceed l}4 times 
the mounting height above the working plane. 

Instaltatipn 

All units include a plaster ring which is first^ set 
into position before the ceiling is plastered. Flex- 
ible wiring from the outlet box is brought to the sock- 
et in the fitter. The fitter is attachefl to the neck 
of the unit and the assembly, resting on the finish- 
ing ring, is bolted into position to the ears of the 
plaster ring. 



■ 







Distribution 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Std Pkg 


Cot. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Watts 


Diam 
Foce Plate 


Depth 
Recessed 


Dlom 
Glass 


Qty 


Wt 


R-1894 
R-2120 
R-2130 
R-2140 
R-5544 


$24 50 
14 90 
23 35 
29 50 
36 90 


200-300* 
150 
200 
300* 

200-300* 


Intensive 

Extensive 

Extensive 

Extensive 

Intensive 


19 


7 


13'^2 
9?4 

12 
14 
16 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


120 

54 

84 

120 

150 



♦Medium base 6" light-center lanio. 
f(R;The Holophane Company Limited 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



HOLOPHANE IN-BILT REFLECTOR-REFRACTOR 



115 




^_j^t»mi. ij«u& 




No. R-2460 



Cross Sedion 



■^'' "V 



"^ 



awr:- 




M 


>i 


*■- 


>i 


tf" , 


»M 


\, 


f 




\ 


'X. 


*•* 

r r 4' 





r 



40 



pT' 



k. 









Distribution Curve 
No. R'2460, 150 watts 



Distribution Curve No. R-2476, 150 wotts 
- - • - Ttirough 90 toteraJ piane — across aisle 

Through lateral plone — along oisle 

Through 14' lateral plane 



Distribution Curve No. R-2472, 150 watts 
' ocrois oisJe 

along aisle 



Through 26 'i^ laterol plane 



In-Bilt reflector-refractor No. R-2460 is logically 
applicable where there is a low ceiling to be con- 
sidered. Both its shallow lower refractor member 
and its very extensive light distribution are suited 
to this job condition. Extensive Hght distribution 
permits normal spacings for adequate coverage, 
despite low ceiling. 

R-2460 In-Bilt units combine architectural beauty 
with lighting efficiency. The design of the prismatic 
element harmonizes with all types of interiors, and 
the control of the direct and reflected rays allows 
greater concentration of down-light on working 
areas. Controlled light through the exposed portion 
affords pleasing ceiling illumination. For essentially 
uniform illumination install R-2460 on spacings of 
two times the mounting height, 

R-2460 and R-2470, having a symmetrical light 
distribution, are for general lighting. R-2472, 
asymmetric, is for corridor lighting. R-2476, 
asymmetric, is for stack lighting. 

R-2460 is comprised of the 2460 reflector-refractor 
and fixture for semi-recessing it in the ceiling. 



The reflector-refractor consists of an upper 
reflector part and a lower refractor part. The two 
parts are welded together. The top part reflects 
the upward light down. The lower part refracts 
the reflected light as well as the direct light from the 
lamp, into useful directions and at the same time 
diffuses it. 

The fixture consists of a threaded fitter attached 
to an outlet box which is held by a steel strap 
connected with a cast iron |)laster ring. A steel 
finishing ring, satin nickel finish, is attached to the 
plaster ring by means of four flush screws. 

When the reflector-refractor is inserted in the 
threaded fitter, the flange comes up tightly against 
the finishing ring, making for a neat appearance. 

Installotion 

Set plaster ring in position and finish ceiling, 
Connect flexible wiring from outlet box to socket in 
fitter. Attach finishing ring to plaster ring. Screw 
reflector-refractor in tight position against finishing 
ring. AsN'mmetric units have orienting fitters with 
screw adjustment to allow proper positioning to 
assure full realization of the special light patterns. 





Price 

Each 


Lamp 
Wotti 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Net Wt 
Each 


Std Pkg 


Cot. 

No. 


Recessing 
Depth 


Diam Plaster 
Opening 


Diom Finish- 
ing Ring 


"A" Exposed 
Part of Unit 


Qty 


Wt 


R-2460 
R-2470 
R-2472 
R-2476 


$18 00 
18 00 
18 00 
18 00 


150 
150 
150 
150 


73^ 

7H 
7U 


iij^ 
11^ 
iiH 


12?^ 


3H 
4 

4 

3H 


9 
9 
9 
9 


8 
8 
8 
8 


100 
100 
100 
100 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



116 



HOLOPHANE IN-BILT NIGHT LIGHT 





No. W-792 Section No. W-792 

This Controlens unit is designed for night lighting; 
in hospital sickrooms, corridors, theatre aisles, bed- 
rooms in homes, hotels, clubs, nurseries and similar 
locations. It throws an even sheet of low intensity 



light over the lower part of the room or corridor 
without glare. The light cuts off abruptly at knee 
height. When concealed by placement in the wall 
beneath the bed, the floor is lighted uniformly, 
revealing the room for night inspection without 
waking the patient. Switches should be located 
outside the door. For corridor lighting, the height 
of the top of the unit may be determined by dividing 
the corridor width by 4.3. 

The shallow depth of the unit (3") allows recess- 
ing in the thinnest standard structural partitions. 
This shallowness is accomplished through use of the 
slender T-63 2. 25 watt tubular lamp. The prismatic 
Controlens is easily kept clean by dusting or wash- 
ing with a damp cloth. The front face is readily 
removed to service the lamp. 



Cot. 
No. 


Price 
Eqdi 


Lomp 
Watts 


Roughing ^m (Inches) 


Face Plate (In.) 


Ploster Opening (In.) 


Std Pkg 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Length 


Width 


Length 


Width 


Qty 


Wt 


W-792 


$22 70 


25 


7H 


7H 


3 


8H 


m 


7K 


m 


10 


48 



Plaster ring is not furnished. 



HOLOPHANE IN-BILT PSYCHIATRIC LIGHTS 





No. A-739 or No. A-765 



Distribution Curve 
No. A-765 200 Watts 



The need for keeping "disturbed" patients under 
strict control and at the same time preventing them 
from harming themselves, dictates the mechanical 
features of the lighting system. 

These special purpose Controlens units have the 
following characteristics which make them suitable 
for this critical application: 



1. The unit is designed for flush installation in 
the ceiling — the hardest place for the patient to 
reach. 

2. The unit is constructed as strong mechanical- 
ly as possible. 

3. The Controlens is Hi-Stress (high impact 
resisting) prismatic glass. 

4. Unit can only be opened with special tool. 

5. The unit is dirt-tight and requires a mini- 
mum of maintenance: it need only be opened to 
replace burned-out lamps. 

6. The unit contains, in addition to the main 
lamp, an adjustable 10 watt auxiliary lamp 
that can always be located to throw the night 
light beam away from the bed so as not to 
awaken or disturb the patient. 



Cat 


Price 


lamp 
Watts 


Dimensioni (Inches) 


Face Plote (In.J Piaster Opening (In.) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Each 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Length 


Width 


Length 


Width 


Qty 


Wt 


A-739-60 

A-739-100 

A-739-150 

A-76S 


*• 
$37 SO 


60 
100 
150 

200 


101 2 
lOU 

1012 

14 H 


lOH 
10 H 

14^ 


4J2 
4H 

6 


11 3^ 

11^4 
11^4 

15' 8 


UH 
iiH 

15»/g 


1034 

103^ 
10^4 

14»^ 


lO'i 
103^ 

10 3 i 


6 


• 

180 



♦♦Price on applicaiioo. 
Plaster rin^ are not furnished. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



117 








No. CS-5000 



HOLOPHANE MEDICAL EXAMINATION UNIT 

2, An intense beam directly on the examination 
table when he is checking the patient. 

The Holophane medical examination unit is a 
double duty lighting device satisfying both require- 
ments. 

Construction 

The prismatic glass globe is entirely smooth out- 
side and can be readily wiped clean with a damp 
cloth; the fixture finish is smooth and washable as 
welL The lamp is directly accessible through a 
hinged bottom. 

The fixture terminates in a %" female hickey for 
direct attachment to outlet box. It should be in- 
stalled directly over the examination area. 





Distribution Ho. CS-5000 



The nature of the work performed by the physi- 
cian in a medical examination room calls for two 
types of lighting: 

1- High level of general illumination to light 
the entire room. 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Wott$ 


Dimension (Inches) 


Net Wt 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Diam 


Depth 


Qty 


Wt 


CS-SOOO 


$63 00 


500 I.F, 


14 


36 


30 


1 


40 




No. S-7346 



HOLOPHANE TWILITE SEMI-INDIRECT UNIT 

room a soft, even illumination suitable for this 
purpose. 

2. Since the unit is luminous, there are no 
"blind spots" to irritate the patient who may 
have to gaze at the ceiling for long unbroken 
periods. 

3. At the same time the Twilite has a low 
enough surface brightness of its own so that it 
does not become a glare source, 

4. Its dust and dirt depreciation is low for two 
reasons: (a) The light control surfaces are en- 
tirely enclosed, (b) Dust does not incline to 
settle on the steep sloped surface of the top of 
the Twilite. 

5. The unit is designed so that it can be 
equipped with either a 150 or 200 watt standard 
lamp plus two small 7 watt candelabra base 
auxiliary lamps. 




Distribution Curve 
No. S-7346 150 Watts 



This unit is for use specifically in nursing areas, 
wards, semi-private and private rooms. The physi- 
cal predicament of the hospitalized patient is taken 
into account by the Holophane Twitite.* The five 
features that make the Twilite the logical first choice 
for this critical application are: 

1. The semi-indirect light distribution gives the 



Cat. 


Price 
EccK 


Lamp 
Wottf 


Dimension (Inches) 


Net Wt 
Each 




Std Pkg 


No. 


— ■ 

Diam 


Depth 


Qty 


Wt 


C-7346 
S-7346 


$32 40 
33 30 


150-200 
150-200 


14 
14 


17H 
35^ 


17 
18 


s 

8 


184 
200 



For addUional length rod hangers, add $0.70 per foot or fraction thereof. 
*(g)The Holophane Company Limited. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



I^^BH 



118 



HOLOPHANE SURGICAL LIGHTING SYSTEM 




Major Surgicol Lighting Sysfem 





^-l^Q-ytMry 




'i*i. 



HOLCPMiHE COMTBOlfNS- 



^^^?^^^=^ 



y>i 



-^-— -^ v^ ^ 




CONTBOltHS^ 



^ ' 



I". 





CONTtciCnS 



Longitudinal Section F-1715-3 

In the field of surgery, precision lighting is of 
crucial importance. Holophane engineering has 
provided outstanding improvements in this special- 
ized illumination. Consider the features that 
distinguish the new Holophane Surgical Lighting 
Svstem from all others: 

Efficient 

Scientific grouping of enclosed multi-lens optics 
assures maintenance of intense illumination — with- 
out sacrifice of correct brightness throughout the 
entire field of view. 

Safe 

Location of lighting systems remote from anaes- 
thetization zone eliminates hazards of explosion; 
multiple lamping avoids danger of interruption from 
lamp burnouts. 

Aseptic 

Permanently flushed into tight ceiling enclosures. 
No moving parts to dislodge dust. 



Lateral Section M715-3 



Section F-1715-1 



Modern 

Direction and pattern of light are pre-set; can be 
changed, without distracting surgeon, by remote 
wall switches. 

Visual Comfort 

Brightness contrasts throughout the operating 
room are extremely low. The lenses that could 
conceivably cross the surgeon's glance are only 
IV? times brighter than the minimum wound 
brightness; are less bright than the maximum 
wound brightness. 

Thermal Comfort 

No matter what the surgeon's position, lights 
that his body blocks can be switched off to reduce 
temperature rise on surgeon's back — important in 
lengthy operations. In addition, the use of heat- 
absorbing lenses accomplishes two purposes: reduces 
the direct infra-red transmission (heat waves) and 
corrects the light colour toward true white. 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 

Eoch 


No. of 

Lens 


lamp 

Watts 
per Lens 


Roughing Box (Inches) 


Foce Plate (Inches) 


Plotter Opening (in.) 


Std Pkg 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Length Width 


Length 


Width 


Qty Wf 

1 


F-1715-1 
F-171S-3 


$ 54 00 
126 00 


1 

3 


150 
150 


14H 
38 H 


143^ 
14H 




i9H 


15% 


385^ 


14^ 
14H 


6 228 

6 624 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



119 



HOLOPHANE HOSPITAL OPERATING ROOM LIGHTING 





« 

^ 



No. D-729-L 




Distribution Curve 

No. 0-729-L and 

No. D-729-T 




No. D-729-T 




PLAHC ep OPCftAtlOK 



J / A^'- 



son. 



Etevation 



The Holophane Multiple Spot Lens System was 
originally designed for minor surgeries, deliv^ery 
rooms, first aid rooms, emergency rooms, and frac- 
ture rooms. Since then, the practicability of the 
system from an operating stand point, its flexible 
adaptation to unusual structural conditions, and 
its low cost, have also made it popular for major 
surgery use. 

Performance 

The system provides a number of light beams 
converging to form a high intensity spot on the 
operating area, feathering into a larger area of less 
intense light over rest of table and at the same time 
spreading the correct degree of general illumination 



over the entire room^ It is without glare, interfering 
shadows or noticeable heat. Each system is separ- 
ately designed for the particular purpose it is to 
serve, for the exact direction of light required and 
for the amount of illumination needed. 

A complete Multiple Spot Lens System is com- 
posed of a number of individual lighting elements. 
Those that are level are designated as D-729-L; 
those which are tilted are known as D-729-T. Both 
types of elements are mounted directly on the 
ceiling. The greater number of individual elements 
there are, the larger will be the varieties of possible 
light patterns- Our Lighting Service Department 
will co-operate in preparing layouts to meet the 
specific requirements. 



Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Watts 


Oifnensions (Inches) 


Net Wt 
Each 


Std 


Pkg 


No. 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Qfy 


Wt 


D-729-L 
D-729-T 


$36 50 
36 50 


150 
150 


10^ 


10»4 
9 




10 
8 


4 
4 


60 
52 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



120 



HOLOPHANE SEMI-DIRECT CORRECTALITE 





Section 



No. S-5540 



The Holophane Correctalite represents a new 
trend in semi-direct lighting. It is admirably suited 
for use in drafting rooms, offices, service areas, 
laboratories, public buildings, etc. The smooth, 
flowing lines of the fixture accentuate the attractive 
form of the prismatic light director which controls 
the reflected and direct light rays. There is greater 
concentration of down light on working areas, with 
adequate ceiling illumination. 

Correctalite afifords all the design and lighting 
adv^antages of Controlens lighting for interiors not 
structurally suited for recessed installations. These 
units are available in three types of mounting: 1 — 
close-ceiling (C-5540), 2 — stem suspension with 
ball and socket alignment (S-S540), 3 — semi-re- 
cessed construction (R-5544). (See page 114). 

Construction 

The light controlling element consists of two parts 
— a prismatic reflector and a bottom bowl-shaped 





No. C-5540 



Distribution Curve 
with 300 Wott Lamp 



refracting member in which there is a removable 
plate to Ipermit easy relamplng. These two parts 
are safely and securely joined as one unit by three 
rods which engage the bottom bowl and fasten to an 
annular ring in the neck of the reflector. 

Fixtures are No. 22 gauge metal. Ceiling type 
fixtures are equipped with canopy cross bar and 
barrel nuts for mounting. Suspension type fixtures 
are of rigid ^" stem, ball and swivel construction 
with slip canopy, and are arranged for direct attach- 
ment to outlet box by suitable hickeys and exten- 
sions furnished by the contractor. All fixtures are 
furnished wired complete. Standard finish is white 
metal. Enclosed construction improves mainten- 
ance; easy cleaning restores the high original 
efficiency. 

Spacing 

For uniform horizontal illumination, spacings 
should not exceed l}4 times the mounting height 
above the work. 







COMPLETE 


UNIT 






1 

FIXTURE ONLY 

1 




GLASSWARE ONLY 


Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 

Watts 


Dimen (In.) 


Std Plcg 


Cat. 
No. 

1 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Diom 


Depth 


Qfy 


Wt 

66 
73 


Qty 


Wf 


Qty 


Wt 


C-5540 
S-S540 


$28 20 
30 00 


200-300* 
200-300* 


isH 


12 


3 
3 


0541 
0540 


$5 70 
7 50 


3 
3 


10 

17 


5540 
5540 


$22 50 
22 50 


3 

3 


56 

56 



•Medium base 6* light-center lamp. 

For additional length rod hangers, add $0.70 per foot or fraction thereof. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



121 



HOLOPHANE SEMI-DIRECT REFLECTOR -REFRACTOR 





Ceiling Type 




Suspension Type 



Distribution Curve 

A. No. C-2130 200 Wotts 

B. No. C-2133 200 Wotts 



The Holophane Refiector-Refractor is the ideal 
direct Hghting unit- Its efficient hght controlHng 
qualities assure the greatest possible amount of 
light dehvered to the working areas, where it is 
needed. The sparkling prismatic crystal glass to- 
gether with the satin nickel fixture design presents a 
harmonious combination for present-day general 
lighting purposes. It is especially suitable for public 
building spaces, school laboratories and general 



service areas or for offices and classrooms where 
ceiling conditions do not permit the use of semi- 
indirect luminaires. 

Reflector-Refractor Characteristics 

1. Dirvi t (hstribution (70% of output downward 
and 30% upward), 

2. Minimum flux at glare angles. 

3. Maximum efficiency. 

4. Minimum dust depreciation. 

5. Extensive or Intensive distribution. 

6. Attractive appearance. 

7. Ease in re-lamping. 

Construction 

Fixtures are of 22 gauge metal of smooth contour 
design. Ceiling type fixtures are provided with 
crossbar and barrel nuts for mounting. Suspension 
fixtures are of rigid stem, ball and swivel construc- 
tion with drop canopy and terminate in a ^ s" female 
hickey for direct attachment to outlet box by suitable 
hickeys and extensions furnished by the contractor. 
All fixtures are furnished wired complete, Standard 
finish is white metal. 

Reflector-Refractors are easily re-lamped by re- 
moving bottom cup. 

Spacing 

Intensive units should be spaced on centres not 
exceeding 1^4 times the mounting height. Exten- 
sive units should be spaced on centres not exceeding 
2 times the mounting height. 







COMPLETE UNIT 




FIXTURE ONLY 


GLASSWARE ONLY 


Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Wafts 


Dimen [InJ 


Srd Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 

J 


Price Std Pkg 


Cat. 


Price Sfd Pkg 


No. 


Diarn Deptti 


Qfy Wt 


Each 1 Qjy ^^ 


No. 


Each Qfy ^f 













CEILING TYPE UNITS 














C-2120 


$12 60 


loot- ISO 


9H 


UM 


8 


72 


0392 


$5 40 


8 


20 


2120 


$ 7 20 


8 


52 


C-2U0 


18 90 


200 


12 


13H 


6 


102 


0393 


5 40 


6 


16 


2130 


13 50 


6 


86 


C-2U3* 


18 90 


200 


12 


13 >i 


6 


102 


0393 


5 40 


6 


16 


2133 


13 50 


6 


86 


C-2140 


24 50 


300-500 


14 


15 


5 


111 


0394 


5 70 


5 


16 


2140 


18 80 


5 


95 


C-2143* 


24 SO 


300-500 


14 


15 


5 


111 


0394 


5 70 


5 


16 


2143 


18 80 


5 


95 













SUSPENSION 


TYPE UNITS 














S-2120 


14 40 


lOOt-150 


9H 


30H 


8 


77 


0572 


7 20 


8 


25 


2120 


7 20 


8 


52 


S-2130 


20 70 


200 


12 


32 


6 


106 


0573 


7 20 


6 


20 


2130 


13 50 


6 


86 


S-2133* 


20 70 


200 


12 


32 


6 


106 


0573 


7 20 


6 


20 


2133 


13 SO 


6 


86 


S-2140 


26 30 


300-500 


14 


331^ 


S 


lis 


0574 


7 50 


5 


20 


2140 


18 80 


5 


95 


S-2143* 


26 30 


300-500 


14 


33 H 


5 


115 

II 

i 


0574 


7.50 


5 


20 


2143 


18 80 


5 


95 



♦Intensive distribution. 

tUse K* aocket extension for 100 w. lamp. 

For additiona] lengtti rod hangers, add $0.70 per foot or fraction thereof 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL 11^ ELECTRIC 



122 



HOLOPHANE BOWL REFLECTOR LUMINAIRE 



^Utii//yy 



No. S-5640 




DMlribution Curve 
No. S-5640 500 Watts 



These units are ideal for the lighting of offices, 
classrooms and other locations where constant fine- 
detail work is performed. Maximum eye comfort 
is provided by the absence of shadows and the low 
brightness of the luminaires. Prismatic action in 
the outer skirt bends the light out at wide angles 
over the ceiling without spots, streaks or shadows. 

Graceful contour and excellent fixture design 
give these units broad architectural adaptability. 

Consfrucfion 

The fixture has a typical stem suspension, with 
ball and socket aligner. The husk supports a crystal- 
glass fluted prismatic bowl by means of three rods 
terminating in the flattened portion. Interchange- 
able glass rings, fitting in the bottom opening, take 
care of the variation in lamp size and constitute the 
only difference between the two units. 



COMPLETE UNIT 


FIXTURE ONLY 


GLASSWARE ONLY 


Cot. Price 


Lomp 

Warn 


Dimen (In.) 


5»d Pkg ! Cat. Price 


Std Pkg 


Car. 

No. 

( 


1 

Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. Each 


Diom , Depth 


Qty ; W» 1 **'^- ^°^ 


Qty ; Wf 


Qfy Wr 


1 

s-5630 ! $25 85 
S-S640 25 85 

1 


300 I.F.* 
500 I.F.* 


17>^ 
17 » 2 


30=>g 
303<H 


4 
4 


90 0534 $7 SO 
90 0534 7 50 

il 1 


4 
4 


15 

15 : 


5630 $18 35 
5640 18 35 

1 


4 
4 


75 
75 



♦Mogul base inside frosted bowl reflector lamp. 



HOLOPHANE SEMI-INDIRECT FILTERLITE 





Ceiling Type No. CF-200 





Suspension Type 
No. F.200 



Distribution Curve 
No. F-200 300 Watts 



The '^Tllterlite"t is admirably suited for office or 
similar work because o{ the outstanding character- 
istics hsted below. 

L Semi-indirect distribution (80% of out[>ut 
upward— 20% downward), 

2. liigh efficiency. 

3. Low brightness, 

4. No permanent deterioration. 
5- Wide spread ceiling light. 

6. No shadows or streaks. 

Construction 

The unit is smooth outside and tightly enclose^!. 

The upper portion is sloped so that a minimum of 

dust gathers on the surface. The lower section of 

the bottom piece is backed-uj) with a dense diffusing 

glass liner. The fixtures are finished white metal. 







COMPLETE 


UNIT 




f 

t 


FIXTURE OMLY 


1 


GLASSWARf ONLY 


Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Watts 


{ Dtmen (In.) 
Diam Depth 

14 3534 

i 1 


Std Pkg 


1 Cat. 
No. 


Price Std Pkg 


1 Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wf 


Each 


Qty , Wf 


Qty 


Wt 


CF-200 
F-200 


$23 90 
24 30 


200-300* 
200.300' 


3 
3 


84 
87 


0401 
0481 

II 


$7 20 
7 60 


3 18 
3 21 

1 ' 


' 7344 
7344 

'I 


$16 70 
16 70 


3 
3 


66 
66 



*Mrdium base 6' Uffht-center lam- 



T* 



Ti> 



aiid ^1.70 per foot, or (rartion thereof. 
ited. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



123 



HOLOPHANE SHOW WINDOW REFLECTORS 







No. 983 



Section No, 915 



No 940 with No. 0205 Finishing Ring 






Dfstribiition Curve 
No. 983 150 Wotts 



Dittribution Ctirve 
No. 915 300 Worn 



Distribution Curve 
No, 940 150 Worts 



MockTn merchanfliscrs know that the clis|>la\' must 
be well lit^hted if a show window is to attract the 
attention desired. This means hij^h lii>htinj^ levels, 
correct colour vaUie and ()roper distribution of the 
light, 

Holofihane incandescent show window reflectors 
produce these desired effects. They have the hiu;hest 
efficiency, which means that hit;h iHuminatlon levels 
can be obtained; the crystal prismatic reflectors do 
not chantje the colour of the lijjht from the lamp — 
the colour of liti:ht from the incandescent lamp t^ives 
true overall appearance to merchandise; the liiudit 
control from this hne of reflectors is exact, which 
means the lij^ht is pro(>erIy distributed over the 
display and within the window area. 

The Holophane line of show-window reflectors is 
summarized as follows: 

1. No. 983 is for surface mounting only. It is best 
used in small or medium-sized averai^e-depth win- 
dows. No. 983 may be spaced on centres between 



12" and 18" apart. With 150 watt lamps use a type 
'"'fT' 2f4" holder. 100 watt lamps ran be used with 
the same holder by inserting a T^s" socket exten- 
sion; otherwise, use a form ''O" 2}4' holder. Hold- 
ers and socket accessories are not furnisiied l)y the 
H(»Iophane ( ompany. 

2. No. 940 is for recessed or surface mounting. It 
has a highly concentrating beam for shaIlow-(lepth 
an<l fairly high windows. Minimum spacing is 12"* s". 
Used with 2Vi" holder. The finishing ring, \o. 
0205, and plaster ring, Xo. 0201, must be purchased 
separate 1\\ 

3. No. 915 is adaptable to either recessed or sur- 
face mounting. Its best a|)f)lication is in medium- 
sized average-depth windows. The closest spacing 
for the surface mounted unit is 11". The unit is 
complete with fitter No. 0945, for 4" outlet box 
mounting. When used in the recessed form, these 
reflectors ma\' be spaced on minimum centres of 
13^^". The finishing ring No. 0701 and plaster ring 
No. 0700 must be purchased separately. 



REFLECTOR ONLY 


PLASTER RING 


FINISHING RING 


Co». 


Price 
Each 


Lomp 
Wqtfs 


Dimen (ln.| 


Std Pkg 


Cat. Price 
No. 1 Each 


Std Pkg 


Cat 
No. 


' Price 
Each 


Std Pko 


No. 


Diam 

12 
11 


OepHi 


Qfy 

8 
8 
8 


Wf 

24 
40 
72 

1 


Qty 


Wt 


Qty 

8 
8 


Wt 


983* 

940' 
915 


$ 3 90 

S 20 
11 30 


100M50 
150 
200-3001 


6H 

7 

9H 


0201 
0700 


$1 80 
3 65 


8 
8 


16 
16 


020S 
0701 


$3 IS 
2 30 


16 

16 



*Doe« nol include ' t. 

tC'se ?^* socket t <n with 100 w, lamp. 

tMnJium base 6' light-center lamp. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL© ELECTRIC 



HOLOPHANE LOBAY REFLECTORS 





Distribution Curve 
No. 686 500 Worn 



Typical Lobay Reflector 





if' 


- 




f 


w 






$ 


uT 


1 




^ 


^ 


i 


' 


*# 




i~^.- 


1 




lb 


._ .. 






. 




m- 


P' ■ 1 


■ t * r. 




^^ 


9^0 



Distribution Curve 
No. 686-B 750 Watts 



»•' 


y^ 


1^, 






/ ^ \ 




♦</ 


( 


V 


'^' 


x-oo 




Kf 


-.'--"i^inn 


^-'■^-z^'r:- 


^. 


xB 


^^ 




-. itf^^^ 


^^^' 


-_ - 



% 4££2^^:SS;t£nmHlll> 




Diitribution Curve 
No. 682 500 WaHs 



Distribution Curve 
No. 685 500 Watts 



Distribution Curve 
No. 685-6 750 Wotti 



Distribution Curve 
No. 682-B 750 Wott* 



Holophane Loba\ units feature the choice of three 
reflectors with focusing, intensive and extensive 
distributions. The housings are identical and the 
reflectors may be interchanged (except 684), or 
covers added, at any time without disconnecting the 
fixtures. These units provide the advantage of 
light transmission to the ceiling, which improves the 
appearance of the interior. 

FOR USE WITH SCREW BASE LAMPS 

Construction 

The reflector is supported at the bottom in a 
holding ring and clamped up against the fitter by 
means of three threaded rods and nuts. Reflector 
has a 30" shielding angle, effectively preventing 
glare. 

Spacing 

No. 684 and 685 should not be spaced more than 
V/o times the mounting height; No. 686 no more 
than 0.75 times the mounting height; No. 682 no 
more than 2 times the mounting height. 



FOR USE WITH 750 W BI-POST LAMP 

No. 682-B is used for low bay locations where a 
wide-spread, even light distribution is desired. No. 
685- B is recommended for low bay locations where 
mounting heights are greater or where extra high 
footcandle values are required. No. 686-B is de- 
signed for higher-than-average low bay mounting 
heights, and where a concentrated light is necessary 
for detail work. 

Construction 

The prismatic glass reflector is securely held in 
position by a tripod support. A simple hinge action 
allows easy removal of the reflector for cleaning. 
Open bi-post socket construction permits free venti- 
lation. Reflector has a 30° shielding angle, effec- 
tively eliminating glare. 

Spacing 

No. 682-B not greater than 2 times the mounting 
height. No. 685-B not greater than Ui times the 
mounting height. No. 686-B not greater than 0.75 
times the mounting height. 







COMPLETE UNIT 






FIXTURE ONLY 


GLASSWARE ONLY 


Cot. 


Price 
1 Each 


Lomo ^\m%n (In.) 


Std Pkg 


Cot. 
No. 


Price Std Pkg 


Cat. Price 
No. 1 Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


1 Watts Diam Depth ' 


Qty wt : 


Each Qty 1 Wt 


Qty Wt 



FOR SCREW BASE LAMPS 



684 


$11 20 


682 


13 50 


685 


13 50 


666 


13 50 



200-300t 
300-500 
300-500 
300-500 



HK 


llH 


8 


46 


' 0681 


$6 10 


13% 


12H 


4 


47 


0685 


7 20 


13»3,6 


123/8 


4 


47 


0685 


7 20 


1 13",6 


12H 


4 


47 


0685 


7 20 



8 

4 
4 
4 



16 
IS 

15 
15 



6584 
6582 
6585 
6586 



$5 10 
6 30 
6 30 
6 30 



FOR 750 WATT BI-POST LAMP 



8 

4 
4 

4 



30 
32 
32 
32 



682-B 
685-B 
686-B 



$17 
17 
17 



50 
50 
50 



13 



Ki 



750 Bi-post 13 
750 Bi-post 13i5i6 
750 Bi-post 13'*i6 



\iy% 

12S< 



4 
4 
4 



46 
46 
46 



0685-B 
0685-B 
0685-B 



$11 20 


4 


14 


11 20 


4 


14 


11 20 1 


4 


14 



€582 
6585 
6S86 



$6 30 
6 30 
6 30 



Available with aluminum cover at extra cost. 
tMedium base 6' light-center lamp. 



Add suffix "AL" to catalogue number. 



4 


32 


4 


32 


4 


32 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



125 



HOLOPHANE LOBAY REFLECTORS 

FOR USE WITH 400 W MERCURY LAMP 





No. 645 



Distribution Curve 
No. 645 



This unit is logically applied where higher light 
intensities are required and where the available 
wattage is limited. Especially recommended for 
lighting in the metal and aircraft industries, 

A 30^ shielding angle plus the deep reflector con- 
struction which keeps the elongated mercury lamp 
high in the reflector eliminates glare at all normal 
angles of view. 

For ordinary conditions of general illumination 
this unit will produce approximately 20 footcandles 
per watt per square foot of floor area. Space units 
not greater than \}4 times the mounting height. 



COMPLETE UNIT 


FIXTURE ONLY 


GLASSWARE ONLY 


Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lomp 
Watts 


Dimen (tnj 


Sfd Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Diam 


Depth 


Qty 


W» 


QtY 
3 


Wt 


Qty 
3 


Wt 


645 


$20 20 


400 Merc. 


15^ 


3 


42 


0645 


$11 60 


12 


6645 


$8 60 


30 



Available with aluminum cover at extra cost. Add suffix *'AL" to catalogue number. 



HOLOPHANE ONE- POINT- FIVE LOBAY REFLECTORS 




i^/ 


^ ",* \ 1 1 ,' j /V" ^ 


\,/\ 


Ur^ 




t3 


wTt" 


f-H^=^Al/J'^=^^^^ 




w'''jL^ 




i 




^ » 




c ^a^:^ 


^ ^ 





Nos. 606, 615 or 620 



Distribution Curve 
No. 615 150 Watts 



Nos. 606-BC, 615-BC, or 620 BC 



Nos. B-606 or B-615 



These low cost units are designed to provide 
adequate, even illumination on spacings as great as 
\}/2 times the mounting height above the work. 
Units are designed with a shielding angle of 25"^ to 
effectively eliminate glare. Economical to install 
and operate. Three sizes are available to accommo- 
date lamps ranging from 25 to 300 watts. 

Fixture parts are made of heavy gauge steel. 



Reflectors are of heavy pressed prismatic glass with 
reinforcing flange at bottom edge. 

No. 606, 615 and 620 are tapped for 14 inch 
conduit. No. 606-BC, 615-BC and 620-BC are for 
mounting directly on 3J^ inch or 4 inch outlet box. 
No, B-606 and B-615 are wall bracket types. They 
terminate in a 3^" female hickey for direct attach- 
ment to outlet box. 



COMPLETE UNIT 


FIXTURE ONLY 


GLASSWARE ONLY 


Cor 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Watts 


Dimen (In.) 


Std Pkg 


Cat. 

No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Diam 

7 
10 
12 

7 
10 
12 

7 
10 


Depth 


Qty 


Wt 


Qty 


Wt 

10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 

72 
18 


Qty 


Wt 


606 

615 
620 

606-BC 
61S-BC 
620-BC 

B-606 
B-615 


$ 5 30 

7 40 

10 00 

6 30 

8 40 

11 00 

6 80 

9 20 


25-40-60 
100 J- 150 
200-300 1 

25-40-60 
lOOj-150 
2O0-300t 

25-40-60 
lOOj-150 


6^8 

10 
11 14 

9H 
10»^ 

7 

lOH 


10 
8 
8 

10 
8 
8 

12 
8 


30 
56 

72 

30 
56 
72 

96 
64 


0652 
0655 
0655 

0653 
0656 
0656 

0571 B 
0572B 


$2 65 

4 40 
4.40 

3 65 

5 40 

5 40 

4 15 

6 20 


10 
8 
8 

10 
8 
8 

12 
8 


6506 
6515 
6520 

6506 
65L5 
6520 

6506 
6515 


$2 65 
3 00 
5 60 

2 65 

3 00 
5.60 

2 65 

3 00 


10 
8 
8 

10 
8 
8 

12 
8 


20 
46 
62 

20 
46 
62 

24 
46 



J Medium base 6' light-center lamp. 
Use H' socket extension for 100 w. lamp. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



126 



HOLOPHANE HIBAY REFLECTORS 






Distributloh Curve Distribution Curve 

No. 690 1000 Worn No. 691 1000 Watt* 





Typical Hiboy Reflector 



Oistribytion Curve No. 692 1000 Watts 



Cronelite No. 694 



Where lighting units are mounted at great heights 
—such as are found in heavy industry, turbine 
rooms, etc. — the use of intensive and concentrating 
light distribution is a necessity; otherwise, a large 
portion of the Hght will be wasted on the upper side 
walls or intercepted by the mass of the machinery 
itself. 

Holophane Hibay Units are designed specificnlly 
for this application, both from the standpoint of the 
illumination results and the mechanical ruggedness 
required. Some of their advantages are: 

1. Three highly efficient prismatic reflectors 
from which to choose the distribution which 
gives the greatest usable illumination for any 
given room proportion. 

2. Adjustments in lamp positions in each make 
it possible to obtain intermediate settings be- 
tween standard distributions* 

3. Corrosive atmospheres will not permanently 
affect glass reflecting surfaces. 

Spocitig 

No, 690 not to exceed 0.6 times the mounting 
height. No. 691 not to exceed 1.0 times the mount- 
ing height. No. 692 not to exceed 1.75 times the 
mounting height- 



HOLOPHANE CRANELITE 

Holophane Engineers have designed an efficient, 
rugged hghting unit which will withstand the whip 
and vibration produced by the crane movements and 
at the same time provide a concentrating distribu- 
tion. 

Construction 

Three compound double action steel springs 
absorb shock up and down as u^ell as sideways. 
These springs are adjustable for tension. The 
Cranelite is fastened to the crane by a 10}4 inch 
diameter, }/^ inch thick plate. Wide flange con- 
struction assures solid contact with the crane. 
The socket is provided with a ^ inch female pipe 
thread for weiring. 

The Cranelite is sup^plied with a locked-on alu- 
minum cover to prevent any light being directed 
upward to the operator's eyes. 

Installotion 

Space units 20^ apart across the crane. The 
Cranelite when installed under the catwalk is re- 
lamped by raising a section of the catwalk. When 
mounted on the edge of the catwalk it is swung up 
for relamping by using an angle section attached to 
the catwalk. 







COMPLETE 


UNIT 








FIXTURE ONLY 




GLASSWARE 


ONLY 


Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lomp 

Worn 


Diinen (In.) 


Std Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Std 


Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Oiam 
22 


Depth 


Qty 
3 


Wt 


Qty 
3 


Wt 
20 


Ofy 
3 


Wt 


690* 


$39 60 


750-1000 


26 H 


145 


0675 


$15 90 


6690 


$23 70 


125 


691' 


39 60 


750-1000 


19H 


27 


4 


120 


0674 


IS 90 


4 


28 


6691 


23 70 


4 


92 


692* 


39 60 


750-1000 


1934 


27H 


3 


100 


0674E 


15 90 


3 


20 1 


1 6692 ' 23 70 


3 


80 


694 


79 60 


7S0t-1000t 


225^ 

1 


21 


1 


56 


0679 


47 90 


1 


19 . 


6690AL 31 70 


1 


37 



•Thesr units are suitable for 1500 w. lamp when equipped with locked-on aluminum cover at extra cost. Add sufEx "AL" to catalogue number- 
tSocket lor 750 and 1000 w. bi-post lamp available at $1.85 extra* Add suffix 'B*' to catalogue number. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



127 



HOLOPHANE VAPOUR-TIGHT UNITS 










*♦' 






"i 


,1 


/ 4<»^ 


\ 


y%' 


*.- 


V**'^ 


1 


¥ 


^ 


■'' 




Jit. 




• 


I M- 


s. ^jL^ 


^ 


^ 



No. 02328 



Distribution Curve 
Nos. 02328 or 02368 150 Watts 



Noi. 02368 or 02378 



These units are essential for lighting high humid- 
ity areas in acid plants^ artificial leather factories, 
boatbuilding plants, breweries, dye manufacturing, 
paint and varnish plants, ra\on plants and similar 
industries. 

Construction 

The cast metal threaded fitter is accurately 
machined, and tapped for 32" conduit. A heavv, 



Distribution Curve 
No. 02338 200 Watts 




No, 02338 



durable gasket ensures vapour-tight fit. The upper 
part of the globe reflects the light to the lower 
member which diffuses and distributes it effectively 
over the work area. 

Spacing 

No, 02328 not greater than 214 times the mount- 
ing height. No. 02368 and 02378 not greater than 
2 times the mounting height. No. 02338 not greater 
than the mounting height. 







COMPLETE 


UNIT 






FIXTURE 


ONLY 


GLASSWARE 


ONLY 


Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Lomp 
Watti 


Dimen (In.) 


Std Pkg 


Cat 
No, 


Price 
Each 

$5 40 
7 00 
9 00 
6 80 


Std Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 

Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Diam 


Depth 


QtY 


W» 


Qty 


Wt 


Qty 


Wt 


02328 

0236S 
02378 
02338 


$12 60 
15 30 
23 40 
18 50 


lOOt-150 
lOOt-150 

200 

200 


8H 

12 

lOH 


103^ 

12% 


8 

8 

4 
4 


63 
90 
66 
62 


0232 
0240 
0250 
0233 


8 
8 
4 
4 


20 

18 
14 
10 


2328 
2368 
2378 
2338 


$ 7 20 

8 30 
14 40 
11.70 


8 
8 
4 

4 


43 
72 
52 
52 



tUse 1^* socket extension for 100 w. lamp. 



HOLOPHANE ASYMMETRIC UNITS 





/ 



v^-> 







^ ■ ^ 




\ 




No. H-2076-S 



Distribution Curve 
No. H-2076-S 150 Wott* 



No. 02076 



Distribution Curve 

No. C-2172 150 Wafts 

A — Along length of Corridor 

6 — Across width of Corridor 




No. C-2172 



Booksfack and Stock Bin Lighting 

No. 02076 has an asymmetrical distribution in 
which the major portion of the light travels to the 
vertical surface of the bookstacks. Supplied with 
clamping fitter for attaching to grooved porcelain 
socket. No. H-2076-S is designed for lighting stock 
bins. Fixture is tapped for 3^2 irich conduit. 

Do not space units greater than distance from 



light to bottom of bookstack or stock bin. 

Corridor Lighting 

No. C-2172 has an asynimetrical distribution in 
which the light is widely spread along the length of 
the corridor; 

Units may be spaced as far apart as 23^2 times the 
mounting height above the floon 



COMPLETE UNIT 


FIXTURE ONLY | 


GLASSWARE ONLY 


Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Lomp 
Wotti 


Dimen (In.) 


Std Pkg 


Cot. 

No. 


Price 
Each 

$2 35 
4 40 
6 30 


Std Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Diam 


Deprh 


Qty 


Wt 


Qty 


Wt 


Qty 


Wt 


02076* 
H-2076-S 
C-2172 


% 7 75 

9 80 

13,50 


50-60 

100M50 
lOOt-150 


8% 
9H 


6^ 
12 


8 
8 
8 


45 

50 
75 


0365 

0660 
0396 


8 
8 
8 


7 
12 
20 


2076 

2076 
2172 


$5 40 
5 40 
7 20 


8 
8 
8 


38 
38 
55 



♦No soclcel furnislied. fU*^ H* socket extension for 100 w. lamp. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



128 



HOLOPHANE YARD AND FENCE LIGHTING UNITS 






Noi. 04333, 04179, 
04377 or 04338 



Distribution Curve 

No. 04179 500 Wotts 

Top — Vertical Distribution 

Lower — Horizontal Distribution 



Disrri button Curve 

No. 04377 300 Watts 

Top — Vertical Distribution 

Lower — Horizontal Distribution 




\,60'^ V3.0- >5'0 1^ 3P f 



Distribution Curve No. 04338 300 Watts 




Distribution Curve No. 04333 500 Watts 



HEAVY DUTY REFRACTOR UNITS 

Holophane symmetric and asymmetric wide- 
spread refractor units are designed to light industrial 
yards for protection against theft, and for produc- 
tion and storage purposes. 

No. 04338 and 04333 symmetric units collect the 
light from the lamp and spread it out at wide angles. 
Spacings as great as 12 times the mounting height 
can be used. 

Some locations are more effectively lighted wkh 
units having an asymmetric distribution. F'or 
example, long passageways between buildings are 
best lighted by refractors having a fan-shaped dis- 
tribution. No. 04377 and 04179 effectively provide 
such a distribution. 

Construction 

The weatherproof cast aluminum fixture, coupled 
with the heavy duty refractor, makes a lighting 
unit of unusual durabilit\. The inner and outer 





Distribution Curve 
No. 832 200 Wotts 



Nos. 830 or 832 



V. 



=9 



No. 0918 



surfaces of the two-piece refractor are smooth, 
allowing easy cleaning. Top of fixture is tapped lYt 
inch female thread. 

SMALL REFRACTOR UNITS 

No. 830 and 832 symmetric units are useful where 
the area to be lighted is limited, such as over door- 
ways, in small parking areas, underpasses, ware- 
houses, etc. Spacing up to 6 times the mountmg 
height is allowable. 

Construction 

Refractor is of two piece construction, smooth 
inside and out. Fixture is tapped for M inch con- 
duit. 

No. 0918 Bracket 

This is a close fitting outdoor type bracket 
terminating at the wall end in a canopy to cover 
a 33^" box. The fixture end has a standard Vz" 
pipe thread. 



COMPLETE UNIT 


FIXTURE ONLY 


OLASSWARE ONLY 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Lomp 
Wotts 


Dimen (In.) 


Std Pke 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std PIcg 


Cot. 

No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Std Pkg 


Diom 


Depth 

lOH 
12 

13 J4 
16 Ji 

173/^ 


Qty 


Wf 


Qty 


Wt 


Qty 


Wt 


830 
832 
0433S 
04377 
04333 
04179 
0918 


$12 70 
14 40 
33 30 
35 10 
44 00 
48 80 
4 00 


lOOt-150 
200 
300* 
300* 
SCO 
500 
Bracket- 6' 


8 
9 

12 '8 

I6I4 
span 


8 
8 

4 

4 
4 
4 
4 


49 
58 
69 
69 
125 
133 
24 


0891 

0890 

0881 A 

0881A 

' 0882A 

' 0882 A 

1 


$ 6 35 
7 20 
23 40 
23 40 
29 30 
29 30 


8 

8 

4 
4 

4 
4 


22 

18 
33 
33 

45 
45 


4337 
4334 
4338 
4377 
4333 
4179 


1 6 35 

7 20 

9 90 

11 70 

14 70 

19 50 


8 
8 

4 

4 
4 
4 


27 
40 
36 
36 
80 
88 



tU»c Ji' socket extension for 100 w, lamp. 
♦Medium baae 6' light-center lamp. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL 11^ ELECTRIC 



129 



^ 



HOLOPHANE WIDESPREAD REFRACTOLENS 





No. U-818 



Distribution Curve 
No. U-818 200 WaMs 




There has always existed a demantl for an out- 
door lighting unit which could be: (1) recessed in a 
wall or placed Hat against it, (2) would spread the 
light outward at a wide angle in a fan-shaped pat- 
tern. The uses for such a unit include parking 
yards, entrances, shipping platforms, underpasses. 

Consfruction 

The unit has a round cast aluminum housing 
which may be mounted against a wall or recessed to 
a depth of 33-2 inches. A cast door on the outer face 
carries a curved Refractolens consisting of an inner 
and outer prismatic lens, nested together. The prisms 
are between the two pieces and protected by a dust- 
tight seal. Three captive bolts hold the door tightly 
against the gaskets of the housing and make the 
unit weather-proof and bug-tight. 

Spacing 

Uniform illumination is obtained at maximum 
spacing of 4 times the mounting height. 



HOLOPHANE OUTDOOR SUB-STATION LIGHTING UNITS 





Disfribotion Curve 
No. 043386 500 Watts 




No. 043386 



No, 0871 Bracket 



The safe and efficient operation of an outdoor 
sub-station requires that the disconnect switches and 
other important apparatus be well lighted. The 
Holophane sub-station unit is ideally suited for 



this application. Its upward spread of light is 
sufficiently broad so that units can be arranged to 
supplement each other. No. 043386 provides 

symmetric distribution, and 043776 asymmetric 
distribution. 

Construction 

The improved gasketed construction of the two- 
piece Holophane Refractor and the fixture parts 
ensures low permanent depreciation. By loosening 
a lock nut the entire unit may be rotated about its 
axis while burning and the angle of maximum candle- 
power can be made to coincide with the disconnect 
switches. The fixture body holds a diffusing element 
designed to distribute the downward light evenly 
over the ground. 

No. 0871 Bracket is made of cast iron, hot dipped 
galvanized. Equipped with a 4" diameter box 
having four flanged supports drilled to pass ^g" bolts. 



COMPLETE UNIT 


FIXTURE ONLY 


GLASSWARE ONLY 






Cot. 
No. 


Price 

Each 


Lamp 
Wafts 


Dimen (InJ 


Sf d Pkg 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Std Pkg 


Cot. 

No. 


Price 
Each 


Part 


Std Pkg 


Diam 


Depth 


QtY 

4 

4 
4 


Wt 


Qty 
4 

4 


Wt 

40 

40 


Qty 

4 
4 

4 
4 


Wt 


043386 

043776 
0871 


$57 60 

59 40 
12 15 


300-500 

300-500 
Bracket - 


14^ 
21%' 


19H 

19H 
Span 


112 

112 
60 


0946 
0946 


$32 40 
32 40 


• 
-• 


[433S 

7184 

1245 

[4377 

7184 

,1245 


$ 9 90 

5 65 
9.65 
11 70 
5 65 
9.65 


Refractor 
Diffuser 
Outer Globe 
Refractor 
Diffuser 
Outer Globe 


J6 
36 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



130 



CURTIS X-RAY REFLECTORS 





Reflecto 



Fifty years of consistent improvement — through 
research and engineering — have brought X-Ray 
Reflectors to their present-day high standard of 
performance. Designed specifically to "put light 
where you need it/' X-Ray Reflectors do so without 
sacrificing such important factors as eye-comfort, 
efficiencv, durabilitv and ease of installation. 
These requirements are fundamentals upon which 
all current styles are based. 

X-Roy Reflectors are Toughs X-Ray Reflectors 
are not made from re-melted glass. They are 
made with particularly high-grade glass, crystal 
clear and free from discolorations and imperfec- 
tions. Consequently, X-Ra>- Reflectors have dia* 
mond brightness and unusually tough texture. 

These factors are vital in reflector design because 
they result in very low absorption and subsequent 
high reflector efficiency. 

Silver Reflecting Surface. The reflecting ele- 
ment applied to the outer surface of the glass of 
X-Ray Reflectors is pure silver. Silver is used 
because it has the highest reflecting qualities 
obtainable. Once mirrored, the silver is then 
completely protected — on the inner side by the 

ass and by ''Golden Armour" on the outer side. 



Golden Armoured for Protection. X-Ray Reflec- 
tors have a golden finish on the outside. This 
finish is *'Golden Armour," It is not copper, nor 
copper-like; instead it is a scientific process develop- 
ed and perfected in Curtis Research Laboratories. 

Golden Armour protects the reflector against 
tarnishing, cracking, blistering or discolouring; it 
keeps the silver bright, always as good as new. 

Thus the loss of efficiency which occurs frooi 
deficiencies in other coatings, cannot happen with 
Golden Armoured X-Ray Reflectors — the silver re- 
flecting surface stays bright: you get all the light 
you pay for . . . always. 

m 

Instottation. X-Ray Reflectors are built to last 
years under normal conditions. Their inherent 
rugged ness ensures dependable, safe equipment 
with precise light control when installed with the 
simple, inexpensive fittings designed and listed for 
various applications. 

Each type of X-Ray Reflector is designed with 
expert accuracy to do a specific job. This desig^i, 
however, is only accurate w^hen used with the 
proper lamp and holder as indicated in the following 
pages. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



131 



PLANNING CURTIS SHOW WINDOW LIGHTING 




w 



Deep 
Windows 



Shallow 
Windows 



Very Shallow 
Windows 



TYPES OF SHOW WINDOWS 

Deep Windows with a high background or trim 
(depth and height approximately equal) require 
distribuiipig X-Ray Reflectors. 

Shallow Windows with low trim or low back- 
ground (depth about one-half the height) require 
semi-concen! rating Reflectors. 

Very Shallow Windows where the lower portion 
should be lighted as brightly as the upper, require 
very concentrating X-Rav Reflectors* 

Island Windows (i*e. windows having glass on at 
least two long sides) are treated as double-shallow 
window^s, back-to-back. Semi-concentrating X-Ray 
Reflectors should be used. 






.\_.\ / 



1^ 



r' 



O 

V 



LoutT ReHecton nMr FrMt Clue B*ck of Window 
DUlanct fr^m front to B^ck of Window ■ 



? 

ft 



I 



z 






c 




H«Mk 




4 
1 


1 •) 


} 


4 


S 


1 

to 
1 


2 


li. S 


S* T 


!.♦ 


1 

li 
It 


Z« 4 


Ih ft 


ftk a 


1 . II 


ill. 12 


11 

tm 

n 
tttt 


lipS 


1.. c 


«IP t 


t» 11 

\tt ^ 12 


11 
u 


1 ^ ( 


f to 1 


t% 11 


lltolZ 


IZtoU 


14 to li 


M 

li 


4 to » 


ito t 


1* II 


10 to 11 


F«M 


12 to 14 




Utoli 



H^ighi of Background or Ditplaty- 



Itol 


£to4 


Itol 


Itol 


Ito II 


II to 12 


tZto 14 


Utoli 


144 


110 


40O 












]|Q 


)I0 


400 


>to 


4(» 


400 


r.o 


400 


400 


144 


410 


410 


400 


4IC 


410 


400 


400 


4)Q 


410 


400 


40D 


410 


400 


400 


400 


004 


iiO 


510 


510 


500 


)I0 


510 


510 


500 


500 


^10 


SIO 


500 


500 


500 


^10 


500 


500 


500 


soo 


^10 


»0 


500 


>00 


500 


d04 


VIO 


510 


5ro 


500 


500 


SIO 


SiD 


5!0 


500 


50Q 


500 


MO 


)10 


510 


500 


soo 


500 


MO 


510 


500 


500 


500 


500 


SIO 


SOO 


soo 


500 


SOO 


500 


«04 


510 


510 


510 


SIO 


510 


500 


410 


5rt> 


510 


sro 


500 


4O0 


500 


iio 


510 


510 


510 


500 


500 


500 


510 


510 


5)0 


500 


500 


500 


5O0 


»10 


510 


500 500 


500 


5O0 


500 


MO 


500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


M2 


M2 


1010 


1010 


1010 


1010 


900 


laio 


1010 


1010 


]0IO 


1010 


900 


900 


900 


iOlO 


lOlO 


1010 


loro 


900 


900 


900 


900 


1010 


IQIO 


10(0 


lOtO 


000 


900 


«0 


900 


1010 
1010 


1010 


1010 


«» 


<)00 


900 


900 


900 


1010 


900 


900 


900 


900 


900 


W» 





c 
a 









E 

o 



..N£, 



^jjj^^^^^^^.^^^^ .:A\^^^^^\^^V:W^^^^^^ 



For "AHroction-lone" Lightin||, use 
Nos. 420 and 530 initead of Nos. 410 and 510. 



SKow Window Reflector Selector 



APPLICATION 

Selecting the Correct Reflector. From the table at 
the right, it is easy to determine the proper reflector 
to use in any show window. 

First locate your mounting height in the left 
column, "Height." In the next column find the 
depth of your window. Move along this hori- 
zontalh to the column under "height of background 
or display*' which corresponds to that of your 
window. The reflector designated in this space is 
the one to use. 

Spacing of Reflectors. Spacing of reflectors is in- 
fluenced b>' the brightness of neighbouring window^s, 
street lighting intensity, goods displayed, colour of 
background, also the merchant's realization of the 
value of bright, well-lighted windows for advertis- 
ing and sales value. 

The closer reflectors are spaced, the brighter 
becomes the light in the window. In general, the 
following center-to-center spacing of reflectors is 
recommended : 

Large cities, downtown 12" 

Large cities, suburban 12" to 18^ 

Small cities 12^;to 18^^ 

Towns 15" to 24'' 



ft 



AHraction-Zone" Lighting. In very shallow 
wintlows it is desirable to place more light on the 
lower portion of the display than in the rest of the 
window. This t\pe of illumination is known as 
"Attraction-Zone" lighting; for when such an area 
is brightly lighted, it attracts the attention of the 
passer-by to the entire display. 



INSTALLATION 

Methods of Installing Reflectors. The construc- 
tion of each show window determines the method 
of mounting reflector equipment. Most show 
windows have the reflector mounted with either 
CurtiStrip at the ceiling or from the transom bar — 
open or concealed behind panels of diffusing glass 
(usually clear glass with crackled or pebbled 
surface). 

Other windows, requiring a neater, more finished 
appearance, have the reflectors recessed in plywood 
or plaster ceilings. This method is adopted where 
there is sufficient height for the reflector equipment 
to be concealed and is especially recommended 
where show windows are enclosed. A finishing 
flange is used to support the reflectors flush with 
the bottom of the ceiling. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL (& ELECTRIC 



132 



CURTIS SHOW WINDOW REFLECTORS 

ATTRACTION-ZONE TYPE 






No. 420 



Distribution Curve 




HANGCR 

I5TR1R 
RECERTWXE 

HOUCCR 

X-RAY MASTEir 
r49 420 



Drawing shows No. 420 
mounted on CurtiStrip with 
No. 1 5 Monger. For recessing 
above ceiling use Finishing- 
Flange No. 10517. (Min- 
imum recessing height 9!/g". 
Dio. to cut hole 9Vi"J 



RGDEPTP^CUE. 

-HOLDER 

X-RAY MONARCH" 
N9 550 




FINISHING FLANGE 



Drawing shows No. 530 
recessed obove ceiling of 
window using No. 14026 
Finishing Flange. {Winimum 
recessing height lOVa ^ Dia. 
to cut hole 10% M 




15 XRftV BLIMP* 

NO^OIO 



Drawing shows No. 1010 
mounted on CurtiStrip using 
No. 19 fitting. No. 15 Hanger 
supports CurtiStrip from tron- 
som bor. 



'*Attraction-Zone'* X-Ray Reflectors concentrate 
35% to 50% more light in the lower portion of 
the window, thus giving a high-lighting eflfect 
which is sure to attract the attention of passers-by. 
They may be used for general lighting or to supple- 
ment general illumination. The added feature of 
'*Attraction-Zone*' X-Ray Reflectors is that they 
furnish high-level lighting at the important sales 
area. Reflectors have round bottoms for ease in 
recessing. ''Dimples" are a feature in X-Ray 
Reflectors for readily attaching accessories. 



Catalogue numbers 420 and 530 are used for 
average size windows. No, 1010 is for large 
shallow windows, or for high intensity ''super- 
lighting." 

Uses for No. 1010 ''Blimp" besides show window 
lighting include the following applications — Stage 
Lighting: Theatres and Large Auditoriums. High 
Intensity Lighting: Indoor Athletic Tennis and 
Handball Courts. Churches: Sanctuarv and Choir 
Lighting. Sports Lighting: Boxing and Wrestling 
Rings. 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Watts 


Holder (Included) 


Accessories* (Not Included) 


Dimen (In) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Flange 


Plaster 
Ring 


Louver 


Diom 


O.A. 

Hgt 


Qty 


Wr 


420 


$6 15 

7.40 

16.90 


100-150 

150200-300 

300-500 


Adj ustable ; for sockets with shadeholder 
groove 


10517 

14026 
14110 


14027 

14028 
14111 


12420 

12531 
12110 


13 




10 

10 
4 


20 


530 


Adj ustable : for sockets with shadeholder 
groove 


28 


1010 


Special; includes 3 2 inch mogul socket 


26 



•For dimensions and prices, see page 135. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



■I 



133 



CURTIS SHOW WINDOW REFLECTORS 

SEMI-CONCENTRATING AND DISTRIBUTING TYPES 






No. 500 



Dfsfribution Curve 
No. II 



Di$triburion Curve 
No. 500 




X-RAY "HOOD JR: 
N9 I I 



CEILING 




5^ " i 



Dimensions No. 1 1 



r^t=w 




BRACKET 
MOUiCR 

X-RAY -KING' 
N?500 



-5£- 
Dimensfont No. 500 



Semi-concentrating Type. This Semi-concen- 
trating X-Ray Reflector should be used in show- 
windows where the mounting height of reflectors is 
greater than the depth of the windows. 

Accurate light control is essential in such areas. 
It is necessary to provide adequate general illumina- 
tion yet have a strong punch of light in the down- 
ward angle to properly light merchandise on dis- 
play. Such achievement is exemplified by X-Ray 
Reflector Xo. 11. 



Distributing Type. This X-Ray Reflector is de- 
signed for use in deep windows (those in which the 
depth of window is approximately equal to the 
height). Where the trim-line extends high at the 
back, it is ideal. 

As its name implies, the distributing type reflector 
spreads light over a wide angle. Accurate control 
provides an abundance of light on the merchandise, 
thus increasing the sales appeal of the window. 



Cat. 
No. 



11 

500 



Price 
Each 



$3 80 



7.40 



Lamp 
Watt, 



25-40 
60-75 
150-200-300 



Holder 



Not included. Form "O" 2^", No. 12100t' 
Not included. Form "H" 214", No. 10127t 
Included. Adjustable ; for sockets with shadeholder 
groove 



"For dimensions an<l prices, see page 135. 

tFor prices gee page 151. 

J Bottom of reflector is on an angle of 17° with horizontal. 

Plaster rings and louvers are n>ji available for thede reflectors 



Flonge* 

(Nor 
ln(;luded| 


Dimensior^t (Inches) 


Std 


WidHi Depth 


Hgt 


Qfy 

1 


10394 


5 


5^6 


3'2 


20 


llSOOj 


10 


lOH 


10 


10 , 



Wf 



15 
30 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



134 



CURTIS SHOW WINDOW REFLECTORS 

CONCENTRATING TYPE 





No. 644 



Distribution 
Cwrve 




— »CCE.PTRC(-E. 
— HOt^DER 
X-RRY COMET • 





tfUTVfT ttOX 

•ox coven 

HOLACR 



X-AAV 
ALADOM 



Dimensions No. 844 



Dimentions No. 804 



Concentrating Type. Where a ''punch" of light 
is required on merchandise or e\'e-\vork. or where 
light must be effectively projected from a com- 
parativeh' high mounting height, concentrating 
reflectors are used. The size of the reflector is 
determined by the intensity of illumination needed, 
also the height of mounting. 

X-Ray Reflectors 844 and 804 furnish directional 
lighting with extreme concentration. Where such 
control is essential, X-Ray Reflectors are un- 
excelled. 

Apptication 

For emphasizing with light in the store, for pro* 



viding high level supplementary lighting in the 
factory, for high bay mounting and for general 
spot-lighting, X-Ray concentrating reflectors are 
recommended. 



Other Applications 

Show window displays, spotlighting counters and 
merchandise, directional lighting for art galleries 
and museums (lighting recessed above skylight). 

Genera! illumination for large interiors, night 
protection lighting, church altar and chancel 
lighting, dance floors, and all htgh-fighting and 
spotlighting applications. 



Cat, 
No 



Price 
Each 



S44 $5 00 
804 8 10 



Lamp 
Wotti 



200 



HofderT (Hot Induded) 



100150 Form ** A" 3^4". No, 10300t 



X-Ray 3^4". No. 10800 



•For dimensions and prices, see page 135. 

tUted only with X-Ray and CuniStnp sockets. For prices sec page I Si 

jUi« No. 10300 holder plus No. 10012 holder extension for 150 watt lamp. 



Accessories* (Not included j Dimen (In) 



Flange 



PJast 
Ring 



er 



10517 14027 12844 8% 4^ 

10417 ^ 14035 Not 10^ I 6H 

I Avail. 



Std Pkg 



louver Diam Hgl Qfy Wt 



12 
1 



19 
5 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



135 



LOUVERS FOR CURTIS SHOW WINDOW REFLECTORS 





Corner or island type windows often require a 
means of concealing the lamps and light from re- 
flectors alon^ the adjacent side. X-Ray Louvers 
are a standardized accessory that can be installed 
at any time in * 'dimpled*' X-Ray Reflectors. 



Cat, Price 


For Uie With 




S(d Pkg 


No. Each 

1 


Qty Wt 


CONCENTRIC RING TYPE 


1 
12844 $4.30 No- 844 (with 10517 flange). . . 


1 1 


TYPE "U" LOUVERS, WITH HORSE-SHOE 


SHAPED FINS 



12110 $7 20 No. 1010 
12420 4 85 No. 420 
12531 . 5.75 No. 530 



I 
1 
1 



2 
2 

2 



HOW TO RECESS CURTIS SHOW WINDOW REFLECTORS 



Finishing flanges 
and plaster-rings 
are used in recessing 
X-Ra\ Reflectors 
above the show 
window ceiling. On 
wood or board ceil- 
ings, flanges only 
are used to finish off 
the opening and to 
support the reflec- 
tor in the proper 
position. The ex- 
posed face of the 
flange may be painted at the same time as the 
ceiling. When recessing is done in plaster ceilings, 
it is necessary to use a plaster-ring as a ground to 
plaster up to and also as a base for mounting the 
finishing flange. See diagram. 







cewTt« OP 

30CXCT TO 

&A'!:'* or 



THIS SlOE TOWRRO 0LAS9 





Detail showing installa- 
tion in wood or board 
ceiling. 



Above Left : Side 
view ol reflector 
recessed with flange 
only. Above Right : 
Plan view of Range 
— use flange for 
pac tern to cut 
opening. 










Detiil ihowing inttal* 
lation in plaster ceil- 
ing. 



• 






FLANGES 








PLASTER RINGS 








Minimum Dimensions 


m Inches 
















For 








standard 
Package 


Plaster 


Price 
Each 


Minimum 


Standard 










Package 


flange 
Number 


Price 
Each 


Reflector 
Number 


"A" 
Height 


"B" 


Center of 


of Ten 
Weighs, 


Ring 
Number 


Spacing 
Inches 


of Ten 
Weighs, 








Including 
Socket 


Spacing 


Socket fo 

Street Side 

of Flange 


Pounds 








Pounds 


10394 


$2 00 


11 


6H 


GVz 


2H 


9 






Not available 




10517 


1 50 


420 


m 


10^^ 


4H 


10 


14027 


$2 25 


lOSg 


10 


11500 


3 05 


500 


115^ 


12 


4H 


22 






Not available 




14026 


2 35 


530 


lOj^ 


iiH 


sH 


10 


14028 


2 35 


iih 


10 


10417 


3 60 


804 


11 


13>i 


6H 


20 


14035 


2.35 


13>i 


10 


10417 


3 60 


810 


10 


13K 


6H 


20 


14035 


2 35 


13^ 


10 


10517 


1 50 


844 


7H 


10?^ 


5?f6 


10 


14027 


2 25 


105^ 


10 


14004 


2 45 


848 


13H 


15 H 


71-4 


15 


14111 


3 25 


15 H 


15 


14110 


3.25 


1010 


13H 


15H 


SVz 


15 


14111 


3 25 


1514 


15 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



136 



CURTIS INTERIOR FLOODLIGHTS 




CoACe^troHng Type Floodlight 

Increased stopping and selling power usually 
result from added light on special features of show 
window and interior displays. X-Ray Interior 
Floodlights provide two types of light control: 



Concentrating Tyf>e, with a very narrow beam for 
high-lighting, and Semi-concentrating Type that 
provides wider distribution for large areas. 



Cot. 

Ho. 


Price 
Each 


1 
Lamp Diom 
Worn ' (M 


Deprh 
(h) 


$td Pkg 
Qty Wt 


HoldM- 






CONCaiTRATlNG TYFE 






44 

33-B 


$12.45 
15 60 


100-150 &U 

200 10»2 

1 


7H 
10^4 


1 
1 


5 

7 


10300 
10800 






SEMi-CONCENTRATING TYPE 







338-B $15 60 200 lOH 9*4 1 7 10377 

1 1 

888-8 17 10 300-500 U^i ll^^g 1 12 10414 



CURTIS DIRECT LIGHTING REFLECTORS 



Right: Ho. 588, fypical of dis- 
tnbvting type reflectorj. Used 
of medium of low mounting 
heights it provides excellent light 
distribution over large areas. 



Below: No 2-588-H], fypical 
of Combination Mercury-Incan- 
descent Fixtures. 




Cot. 

No 



Price 
Each 



Lomp Size ond 
Description 




Dtmen (hg) 
Dio t Hot 



DISTRIBUTINO TYPE 



535 



575' 



$3 00 



4 U 



7 00 



25-40 Wara 2L^'n*ck 
60-75 Watts ^^ '**^* 
No bolder included 

60-75 Watt. «^.. 
100 W«ttt ^ ^ '*^* 
No holder included 



200 or 300 Watt* ' Med 
Bmc 3 1^4 ' oeck 
No bolde- included. 



Fortn O 
Form H 



Form O 
Form H 



Form A 



^4 3*6 



15 10 300 or SCO Watts Socket 

Holder and Socket in- tapped 
eluded. ' H'-S' 




Sd9 



26 10 750. 1000 or 1500 Watts ^2^ (exM^ 
Holder and Socket in- thread 
eluded. 



595-Hl 
2-5U-H1 



595-5g9-Hl 



2e 10 400 Watts Mercury 



H' 



34 20 400 Watts Mercury and ^i' female 
300 or 500 Watts In- thrend 
(end. HoUer and Sockets; 
•induded. i 



sH ; 5 


9H 8 


llH 


i4»ii 


16 ! 30 


16^ 


19 M 


Each; 


14*4 



63 00 400 Watts Mercwy and' Vi' male 
750. 1000 or 1500 Watts tbreni 
Incmnd. Holder and 
Sockets included. 



16 H 
and 



SEMKONCENTRATINO TYPE 



This group of X-Ray Reflectors includes equip- 
ment for the efficient general lighting of industrial 
plants, commercial buildings, sports arenas and 
the like. The wide range of sizes offered in this 
group covers the requirements of large and small 
areas, high and low bays and individual localized 
applications. General lighting reflectors are essen- 
tially of a semi-concentrating or distributing 
character, 



28 



€96 $5 20 


60 75 Watts jw*_„. 
100 Watts ^^ ^*^^ 
No holder inrliidrd 


Form 
Form H 


8H 5 


§10 


S 10 


200 Watts, 3 4 ' mrck 
No holder included. 


X Ray 


104 j SH 

! 


S4S 


13 so 


300 or 500 Watts 
Holder and Socket in- 
cluded. 


Sockrt 

tapped 

4' femaU* 
thread 


13^ ' U 


592.H1 


26 10 


400 Watts Mercmy 


I6K 19M 

1 



*For Outlet Box. N'o. 575-OE $0.60 each) tadades holder, socket and 
4' OB COV9. For 4' Conduit No. 575-0 (9Q,IS each) hkclodes hoMcr 
and receptacie with V^' female thread. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



137 



CURTIS RECESSED LIGHTING EQUIPMENT 




Grocery «tore lighted with two rows of Curtis recessed units. 
quote, comfortable illumination is provided at low initial cost. 



Ade- 



High levels of glare-free illumination provided by Curtis recessed 
units make it a pleasure to shop in this self-serve morketeria. 



Curtis recessed units are correctly engineered to 
produce high levels of illumination with a niinimunn 
amount of glare. All units are approved by C.S.A. 
when installed according to Code requirements. 

The higher levels of illumination which research 
has shown to be necessary for good seeing and 
effective selling are economically and efficiently 
secured with Curtis recessed lighting. 

Lighting wn"th recessed equipment preserves the 
clean modern lines of an interior. They may be 
used alone or to supplement indirect lighting from 
ceiling fixtures and coves. 



MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE SPACING: 

(For resultant intensities see table page 139). 

For distributing units, when used to produce 
lighting of fairly uniform intensity, the spacing 
permitted is l^ to 1-^4 times the distance from the 
working plane to the unit. For example, where 
No. 588 or No. 575 (distributing) reflectors are to 
be used and the ceiling height is 12 feet, the distance 
from the working plane (approximately 3 feet from 
the floor) will be about 9 feet. The spacing, there- 
fore, may be as much as 15 feet between units. 

For semi-concenfrating units, when used to pro- 
duce lighting of fairl\- uniform intensity, the spacing 
permitted should not be greater than the distance 
from the unit to the working plane. For example, 
where No. 848 or No. 810 (semi-concentrating) 
reflectors are used and the ceiling height is 12 feet, 
the distance from the working plane to the unit 



will be about 9 feet. The spacing between units, 
therefore, should not be greater than 9 feet. We 
recommend the use of semi-concentrating units 
rather than distributing units wherever the spacing 
is close enough to permit their use. 

Concentrating units, such as those using No. 804 
reflector are usually installed over displays and in 
locations where it is desired to obtain emphasis in 
lighting; they are rarely used for uniform lighting. 
Beam coverage is 1/3 of the distance from the unit 
to the display. For example, if the unit is 9 feet 
above the counter, the circle of light in the main 
beam will be about 3 feet in diameter. 

ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT 

The information given above applies only to 
open recessed units with no cover glass or louver. 
VVhere these fittings are used, the characteristics 
of the light distribution will be somewhat modified. 
See tables page 139. 

(a) Crackled cover glass has little eff^ect on light 
distribution but serves primarily to shield 
the lamp and reflector from view. In most 
cases, crackled glass should be used. 



Sanded cover glass increases the brightness 
and also the spread of the reflector. 



(c) I..ouvers are primarily intended to shield the 
light source but also tend to increase the 
concentration of the light. When a louver 
is used, an improved appearance can be 
obtained through the use of a cover glass 
mounted above the louver. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



138 



CURTIS RECESSED LIGHTING EQUIPMENT 




\n this cheerfuf restoiiront combined cove lighting ond recessed 
downlighting provide useful light on the tables, at well as an attractive 
over-all oppeoronce. 

INSTALLATION SUGGESTIONS 

Installation of these various types of equipment 
may be made in interiors with wood, metal, tile, 
concrete, acoustic, or plastered ceilings. In the 
case of plaster ceilings, the use of plaster ground 
rings simplifies installation and maintenance- 
Plaster rings are installed before plastering is done 
and the units placed in position later* Drawings 
on the following pages show methods of mounting. 

PLASTER GROUND RINGS 

Plaster ground rings are not included in com- 
plete unit numbers. Where a plaster ground ring 




Curtis cove fighting ond recessed lighting equipment odd materially 
to the quiet restfulness and chorm of this office-building lobby. 



is required for installation, its catalogue number 
will be found conveniently listed on the same 
page as the unit itself under the heading ** Plaster 
Ring." 

LOUVERS FOR HOUSED AND 
UNHOUSED UNITS 



Concentric Louvers 

Design is simple and striking. 
Round— available in 7'' (No. 12014), 
10' (No. 12012) and 14' (No. 12013) 
sizes. 




CEILING FITTINGS 



, i 

Size Hinged Price 
ti Rim , Each 


Flange i Pf^'ce 
Rim Each 

' 1 


Cover Glass 


Price 
Each 1 


Lower Price 
Eoch 


Wire 
Guord 


1 
Price Plotter 
Eoch Ring 

j 


Price 
Each 


18" 


1 None 


1 
1 


■ I 

13226- A $7 55 


90S1-F 

(Dished sanded) 


$18 45 


None 




14S26-XA 

(Dished) 


$11.70 


1 
None 


■ • • • 


14" 13203-A 


$10 4S 


13206- A 


3 60 


105S4 
(Flat crackled) 


8 30 


12013 

Concentric 


$12 25 


14514-XA 

(Dished) 
1451 1-XA 

(Flat) 


9 90 
8 65 


14038 


$4 50 


10' 

1 

: 


13202- A 


4 70 


13205-A 


2 35 


9069 

(Dished crackled) 


3.25 


12012 

Concentric 


7 50 


14513-XA 

(Dished) 
14510-XA 

(Flat) 


■ -i-ir ■ --■ 

8.65 
8 10 


14010 


3 00 


7* 


13201-A 4 15 

1 
1 


13204- A 


1 65 


10552 
(Dished crackled) 


1 70 


i 1 

12014 7 00 
Concentric 


14512-XA 

(Dished) 
14509-XA 

(Flat) 


6 10 
4 00 


14011 


2 50 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



PLANNING RECESSED LIGHTING 



139 



The foot-candle readings in the tables below give values 
for the intensity of direct light on the horizontal plane at vari- 
ous distances below the unit- These readings were taken in a 
dark room by the light of a single unit, and represent an 
absolute minimum; in any actual installation the values 
in the tables will be substantialK increased by reflected light 
and light from other units. 

If a 500-watt lamp is to be used in place of a 300-watt 
lamp, the values should be increased in proportion to the 
lumen output of the lamps. 

The horizontal intensities due to two or more units may 
be added directly, to obtain the total horizontal illumination 
at any point. The intervals in the tables have been chosen 
so that ordinary interpolation would give substantially 
correct results. 






ACTUAi 


FOOT-CANDLES 


AT MOUNTING 


HEIGHTS INDICATED 








DISTRIBUTING UNITS 






VERTICAL DISTANCE 'V 


8 fwct 




10 feel 


1 2 feet 


HORIZONTAL DISTANCE *"H" 


' r 


3* ' 5' ' 7' 


10' 





r 

15.5 


i I 1 
3' 5' 7* 10' 


1.1. 1 
r 3' 5' 


7' 


10' 
6 00 


No. 588 Reflector 

with 300-watt IF. lamp 

Round Ceilins Opcoing 


with Glasi 


31.5 


21 .5 


22 .0, 19 


14 


3 00 


15 


ISO 


13 5 12.0 6 00 


no 


11 Oi 10 5 10 


9 00. 


with Louver 




































with Both 


22 22 


17 


9 00 


4 00 


1 00 


IS 14 


11 


8 00 


4 00 


1 50 


10 5 10 O' 9 Oo' 7 Oo' 4 50 


2 00 


VERTICAL DISTANCE "V ' 


6 fear 


8 feet 


1 feat 


HORIZONTAL DISTANCE "H ' 


r 


3' 


5' 


7' 


10' 


' T 


3' 5' ! 7' 10' 


1 r i 3' 1 5' 7' 


10' 


No 57S Reflector 

with 200 watt IF, lamp 

Round Ceiline Openinc 


with Glass 


19 17 


11 5 50 2.00 


75 


10 a 10 


7 50 5 00 2 50 1 00 


7 00 6 SO 5 SO 4 00 2 50 

1 ; 


1 00 


with Louver 




























1 1 1 




with Both 


22 O' 20 


11 4 00 1 00 


25 


13 no 


8 00 4 00 I 50 50 


8 00 7 50 6 00 4 00 2 00 


fO 






SEMI CONCENTRATING UNITS 


VERTICAL DISTANCE "V " 




8 feet 




10 feet 


1 2 feet 1 


HORfZONTAL DISTANCE "H" 


r 


3' 


5' 
10 


7' 


TO' 


' T 


3' ' 5' 


7' 


10' 


' V 1 3' ' 5' 7' 


10 


No, 848 Reflector 

with ;>00-watt I.F. lamp 

Round CeiUog Openinf 


with Glasa 


58 

71 


54 


23.0 


S 00 


2 00 


38 


37 


21 0| 10.0 


5 00 


2 00 


29 28 17 10 6.00 


2 .50 


with Louver 


63 


25 


8 00 


3 00 


75 


49.0 


43.0 


22.0 


8 50 


4.00 


1 00 


31 .0 


30 


17 


B 00 4.00 


1 50 


with Both 


57 47 


18 


6 50 


2 SO 


50 


35 o' 31 


17 S OO' 3 5o! 1 00 


25 O' 23 


13 o! 7 00 4 00 


1 00 


VERTiCAL DISTANCE "V 


6 faat 




8 feat 


10 feet 




HORIZONTAL DISTANCE "H ' 


r 


r 5' 


7' 


10' 


' r 


3' 


5' 


7' 


10' 


r 


3' 


y 7/ 


10' 


No. 810 Reflector 

with 200 watt IF. lamp 

Round Ceiling Opening 


with Glass 


35 33 

1 


17 8 00 3 00 

1 


75 


19 19 


13 8 00 


4 00 


1 50 


13 12 10 7 00 4 00 


2 00 

1 1 00 


with Louver 


46 


45 


16 


5.00 2 to 


j 30 


23.0 21 .0 


14 6.00| 2.S0| 75 


15 0; 13 


10 O' 5 00 3.00 

1 


with Both 


32 31 


12 4 00* 1 00 


' 25 


16 O' 17 


12 5 Oo' 2 00 50 


12 11 o' 9 00 5 00 3 00 


75 


CONCENTRATING UNITS 


VERTICM DISTANCE "V" 




6 f«ar 






a feet 


10 feet 


- 
HORIZOI^AL DISTANCE "H" 


r 


2' 


3' ' 4' 


10' 
0.25 


' 1' 


2' ' 3' 4' ' 10' 


' 1' 2' 


3' 


1 4- 


i 10' 


No, 804 Reflector 

with 280- watt I.F. lamp 


with GlaM 


86 69 


35.0 


16.5 


8 SO 


44 42 


28 14 


7.50 


3f. 


34 
47 


31 .0 


22 


13.0 


8.00 


0.75 


with Louver 


126 j 94 


33.0 


10 


4 00 


0.2C 


67 


59.0 


31.0 13,0 


5.00 
5 00 


0.25 


40.8 


24.0 


13.0 


6.00 


0.25 


Round Ceiling Opening 


with Both 


84 67 


30 O' 10 9 


4.00 


O.IS 


51 


43 


26 ol 12 e 


1£ 


35 


27.0 


20.0 


10.0 


S.50 


25 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



138 




• 1 » 



INSTALLA 

n of (III 
c in in 



CUM <>| 



I 



and ihr n 



PLASTER 



I 



'• unit numhrrt* 








!•• 



M' ll»tl.A|l0 4S 



10' 



inn-k 

IWtl-A 


4 ?(» 
4 tS 



Vt 



; ELICTRIC 



CURTIS ROUND-DEEP HOUSED R|q; 



rfMjrul-<l«« i> iyp<^ J« avail 
with 14" round r 

!;iM and W< m 

I oriilnnation or louver 
only. The ) 

roun<i-<ic-cp tyjx* is avail- 
able- with 10' round cover 
^dans, n,\iiM and louver in 
combinatir>n or louver 

only. 



.,..,. , ,t.,i .. nu.ulM .» listed IhIow are for rom- 
,V ',l,hrs an indirated. Plaster ground 

K n n, .^v, must 1>. ordc-red separately. 

,1,,. I,. ,s u.ade of 20 Kauge steel, f. 

while ... ^'"^' ^^'^^^ '^"'"*^"- ^^' 




Ki 



.in 



SUpti 
rr 



i 1 



Plorttr C 

duuc d' 

For 
1 
1 

fnr 



LARGE ROUND-DEEP TYPE UNITS WITH 300 OR 500*1 



DIMENSIONS 
D«p»h: 15% in. 
Diom.Ur: 14'/j in 
Flange at bottom: Va in. wide 
Hinged Rim 
(Out.ide diameter: 16% in I 
it bolted to thi» flonge 
Scole: 1 in -1 ft- in. 




Willi Co^'«» Gto»« Only 



Type of X-Roy Reflector 



Cot No 



Price Each 



Cot No 



Distributing (588) 



Semi -Concentrating_(848) 




SMALL ROUND-DEEP TYPE UNITS WITH W W" 




DIMENSIONS 
Depth: 12% in. 
Diameter: lO's'" 
Flange at bottom: H in. wide. 
Hinged Rim 
(Outside diometer: 1 2^16 '"J 
is bolted to this flange. 
Scole: 1 in.-l ft. in. 



Wittt Cov«f Gla»> Only 



Type of X-Roy Reflector 



Distributing (575) 



Semi -Concentrating (810) 



Concentrating (804) 





CANADIAN 



.»«i«mw%«%AW ;J(lrk T?V V?i^'T'1> Yi^ 



141 



CURTIS ROUND-SHALLOW HOUSED RECESSED UNITS 




Shallow metal housed recessed units are for use 
where there is not sufficient space above the ceiling 
to recess reflector equipment. These units con- 
tain no X-Ray Reflector but inside of housing is 
finished in white fluracite and serves as a reflecting 
surface. 



Dimensions Large Size — depth of housing 6 ", diam- 
eter 143^"; flange at bottom ^4" wide; hinged 
rim, outside diameter IBjg" is bolted to this flange- 
Dimensions Smoll Size — depth of housing Q'^, 
diameter 10 >8"; flange at bottom ^e" wide; 
hinged rim, outside diameter 123^" is bolted to this 
flange. 



Typ» 


Oeicripfion 


With Sandffd 
Cover Gtau Only 


With Crockled Gtais 
and Louver 


Platter fitng 
if required 




Cat. No. 


Price Eoch 


Cot. No. 


Pric« Each 


Cat. No. 


Price Each 


Large 
Size 


For two 100 Watt lamps 
With 14' flat cover glass 


2302 


$37 00 


2322 


149.25 


14038 


$4.50 


Small 
Size 


For two 40 Watt lamps 
With 10' dished glass 


2301 


21.70 


2321 


29 15 


14010 


3.00 



CURTIS PLAIN RECESSED UNITS 







Detail of instatlation 
where plotter ring is . ^^^ 
used. 




Where no cover glass is required, an inexpensive 
type of recessed lighting is provided by reflectors 
which rest directly on a ceiling flange^ following 
the plan usually used in recessed show window 
lighting. Catalogue numbers in table below in- 
clude ceiling flange, X-Ray reflector, holder and 
socket and shell with side outlet. Plaster ring, if 
needed, must be ordered separately* 



Complete 
Unit No. 


Price 1 
Each 


! R«flACtOf 


WattQQe and 
Distribution 


Flange 
(Included) 1 
Cot. No. 


Dimensions 


Plojter 

Ring, if 

required 


Price 


Type 

1 


A* 


B 


C 


Each 


2122 
2124 
2126 
2127 

2128 
2131 1 
2132 
2133 


$18.80 
16.95 
13 15 
16.00 

16.00 

10 60 

10.10 

8 20 


588 
848 

S7S 
810 

804 

1 844 

' 535 

3 


300 or 500 (distrib.) 
300 or 500 (semi-cone.) 
200 or 300 (distrib.) 
200 (semi -cone.) 

200 (cone.) 

150 or 100 (cone.) 

100 (distrib.) 

75 or 60 (distrib.) 


14025 
14110 
14021 
10417 

10417 
10517 
14001 
14005 


i3^r 

loH' 

11' 

7H' 
7%' 
6' 


13H' 

iiKs' 

4H' 


14H' 

15H' 

nVs' 

13K' 

lOH' 

7H' 


14312 
14111 
14028 
14035 

14035 
14027 


$2 35 
3 25 
2 35 
2 35 

2 35 
2 . 25 



•Add H' to allow minimum clfaranc€ for removal of reflector from flmngc. 
tMay be used with control-ring louver No. 13S44. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



140 



CURTIS ROUND-DEEP HOUSED RECESSED UNITS 



The large (300-500 watt) 
round-deep type is avail- 
able with 14" round cover 
glass, glass and louver in 
combination or louver 
only. The small (200 watt) 
round-deep type is avail- 
able with 10" round cover 
glass, glass and louver in 
combination or louver 
onh . 



The catalogue numbers listed below are for com- 
plete assemblies as indicated. Plaster ground 
rings, if necessary, must be ordered separately. 

The housing is made of 20 gauge steel, finished 
white inside and black outside- The X-Rav 




reflector is mounted on a standard 4' outlet box 
with an X-Ray holder and porcelain socket. 
Knockouts are provided in the side of the housing 
opposite the knockouts in the outlet box. Housing 
has a flange at the bottom which can be used to 
support the unit from wood, metal or acoustic 
ceilings. The hinged rim is attached to this 
flange with machine screws to complete installation. 
Hinged rims are finished in warm grey. Wire 
guards are available, see page 138. 

Piaster Ground Rings are required only on plaster 
ceilings. This ring is installed before plastering is 
done and the recessed units placed in position later. 

For the large type, use Plaster Ring No. 14038. 
For the small type, use Plaster Ring No. 14010. 
Plaster rings must be specified as separate items; 
for prices see page 138, 



LARGE ROUND-DEIP TYPE UNITS WITH 300 OR 500 WATT X-RAY REFLECTOR 



DIMENSIONS 

Depth: 1 5% in. 

Diameter: \ ^Vi in. 

Flange of boftomr % in. wide. 

Hinged Rjnri 

(Oijtfide dfameter: 16^5 inj 

ii bolted to this flange. 

Scale: 1 in.-l ft. in. 



Type of X'Roy Reflector 



Distributing (588) 



Semi-Concentrating (848) 




( 



OUTUET 

METftL T* ' P BOX 

MOUSING '/" 1 

/ RErLtCTOR \ 

; 

' I 




With Cover Gloii Only 



Cot. No. 



Price Eoch 



2309 



2308 



$49 2S 



47 60 



c 



HOUSING 




y 



T V J. -T 

J V 



OgTLXT 



WCfcECTOH 



X 



PuASTtP 



I 




With Concentric Looy«r Only 



Cat. No, 



Price Eoch 



2318 



$51 55 




With G^ass ond Lo«FV«r 



Cof. No. 



2329 



2328 



Price Each 



$61.50 
59 85 



SMALL ROUND^DEEP TYPE UNITS WITH 200 WATT X-RAY REFLECTOR 



DIMENSIONS 

Depth: 12% in. 

Diometer: 1 O"^ in. 

Flonge o! bottom: Vu in. wide. 

Hinged Rim 

(Outside diameter: 1 2^ig in.) 

is bolted to this ffange. 

Scale; 1 in.-l ft. in. 




/ RtruCCTOH \ 

i \ 

I \ 

I \ 

; GROUND ftNGLE 1 

J 






y 




DASHED 



With Cover Gloss Only 



Type of X-Roy Reflector 



Distributing (575) 



Semi-Concentrating (810) 



Cat. No. 



Concentrating (804) 



2306 



$31 70 



2305 



33 10 



2304 



33 10 






Price Each 




With Ctsncentr'ic Lower Orily 



Cot. No. 



Price Eoch 



2315 



$37 35 



2314 



37 35 



y^j OUTLET 
J y. 




HOUSING 



l^s^ 



DtSMCOOWJta* 



Wm* Glait and Low«*r 



Cof. No. 



2326 



2325 



2324 



Prfc* Each 



$39 15 



40 60 



40 60 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



141 



CURTIS ROUND-SHALLOW HOUSED RECESSED UNITS 




Shallow metal housed recessed units are for use 
where there is not sufficient space above the ceiling 
to recess reflector equipment. These units con- 
tain no X'Ray Reflector but inside of housing is 
finished in white fluracite and serves as a reflecting 
surface. 

Dimensions Large Stie^depth of housing 6", diam- 
eter 14^2'; flange at bottom %" wide; hinged 
rim, outside diameter 16" g" is bolted to this flange. 

Dimeniions Small Sixe — depth of housing 6", 
diameter lO^g''; flange at bottom Vd^'^ wide; 
hinged rim, outside diameter 12^" is bolted to this 
flange. 



Type 


Oeicription 


With Sanded 
Cover Glofti Only 


WitK Crackled Gtois 
and Louver 


Pfoitsr Ring 
if required 




t 
Cat No. 


Prica Each 


Cot. No. 


Pric« Each 


Cat No. 


Price Each 


Large 
Sixe 


For two 100 Watt lamps 
With 14' flat cover glass 


2302 


$37 00 


2322 


$49.25 


14038 


$4.50 


Small 
Size 


For two 40 Watt lamps 
With 10' dished glass 


2301 


21.70 


2321 


29. IS 


14010 


3.00 



CURTIS PLAIN RECESSED UNITS 







Detail of initallotion 
where piaster ring it 
used. 





-(OiA.TO CUT MOLE, 



Where no cover glass is required, an inexpensive 
type of recessed lighting is provided by reflectors 
which rest directly on a ceiling flange^ following 
the plan usually used in recessed show window 
lighting. Catalogue numbers in table below in- 
clude ceiling flange, X-Ray reflector, holder and 
socket and shell with side outlet. Plaster ring, if 
needed, must be ordered separately. 



Complete 
Unit No. 


Price 
Each 


Reflector 

Type 


WoHage and 
Dittribufion 


Flange 
(Included) 
Cot. No. 


Oimensioru 


Pioiter 

Ring, if 

required 


Price 


A* 


B 


c 


Each 


2122 

2124 
2126 
2127 

2128 
2131 + 
2132 
2133 


$18 80 ! 
16.95 
13 15 
16 00 

16 00 
10 60 
10 10 
8 20 1 


588 

848 
575 
810 

804 

844 

535 

1 3 


300 or 500 (distrib.) 
300 or 500 (semi -cone.) 
200 or 300 (distrib.) 
200 (semi-cone.) 

200 (cone.) 

150 or 100 (cone.) 

100 (distrib.) 

75 or 60 (distrib.) 


1402S 
14110 
14021 
10417 

10417 
10517 
14001 
14003 


135-8- 

iiH' 

10^^' 
95-8' 

11' 

7H' 
7H' 
6" 


4H' 


14 H' 

15?/8' 

13H' 
10%' 

7H' 

5^' 


14312 
14111 
14028 
14035 

14035 

14027 


$2 35 

•J . ^LJ^ 

2 35 
2 35 

2 35 
2 25 



•Add Vi* to allow minimum clearance for removml of reflector from flAnge. 
tMay be used wilti controNring louver No, 12844. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL© ELECTRIC 



142 



CURTIS OPEN-TYPE RECESSED UNITS 

(C.S.A. APPROVED FOR FIRE RESISTIVE CONSTRUCTION) 




"Qa^^^**. 




Hinged-fim Recessed Unit 



Dimensions 
(see tables below) 




Range Recessed Unit 



Hinged-rim Recessed Unit 





- Dimensioris 


Units 


A B 


C 


2101'A to H 
2102 A to H 
2104-B to F 
2108-A to H 
2109-D to H 


15H'* 

12Vi** 
10'* 

8»4'* 


14>i' 

10 «^' 
10 H' 

7H' 


16%' 
16%' 
12%' 



Servicing Units 

Hinged-rim units may be servic- 
ed either from above or below. 
The hinged rim offers maximum 
convenience for cleaning and re- 
lamping. 

Flange units should be installed 
only where arrangements may be 
made to service them from above. 



Flange Recessed Unit 



Units 


Dimeniioni 


A 


B 


C 


2inA to H 
2112.A to H 
2114-B to F 
2118-A to K 
2119B to H 


iSH'* 
12^4"! 
12U'» 

10** 

8H'* 


14 H' 
14 H' 
10 H' 

10 H- 

7>i' 


16H' 
16H' 
12^* 

9J^* 



X-Ray Reflecfor Type, 


Ploster Ring + 


With 
Glois Cov«r only 


With 
Gloii and 
Wire Guard 


Witt* 
Wfre Guord only 


With Glois and 
Concentric Louver 
(Crackled Glosi) 


* 

Wits Concentrk 
Louver only 


wattage 


Cat. 

No, 


Price Cot. Price 
Each 11 No. Each 


Cat. 
No. 


Price ' Cot, Price '' Cert. 
Eoch ii No. 1 Each jj No. 


Price " Cof. ' Prke 
Eoch |] No. 1 Each 



COMPLETE HINGED-RIM RECESSED UNITS 

Catalogue numbers include X-Ray reflector, holder, locket, mountinQ collor and hinged rim 



- »,— fc 

Distributing' 

No. 588—300-500 Watt 


14038 


S4 50 


1 

1 2101-A 


f 
138 2S ^ 


1 
2101-C 


1 
$48 IS 

46 35 


I 
2101-E 


1 
$38 60 


2101 -F 


$&0 50 

48 70 


1 
2101-H 

[ 


$42 20 


Semi-Concentrating 
No. 848—300-500 Watt 


2102-A 


36 SO 


2102-C 


2102-E 


36 BO 


210Z-F 


2102-H 


40 00 


Distributing Med. Base 
No. 575 — 200-300 Watt 


14010 


1 
3 00 


2104*B 


21 30 J 


2104-D 


30 00 


2104.E 


26 20 


2104-F 

1 


29 50 1 


■ 










Semi -Concentrating 
No. 810—200-300 Watt 


2108-A 


23.00 


I108-C 


1 
31 70 ' 

24 20 i 


{ 2108-E 


28.00 


{ 2108-F 


30 60 


1 

i 2108-H 


37 25 


Distributing 

No. 535—100 Watt 


14011 


2. SO 1 


1 2109-B 


16.00 


X109-D 


2109-E 


16. IS 


i 2109-F 


23 00 


2100-H 


21 40 



COMPLETE FLANGE RECESSED UNITS 

Cotoiogue numbers include X-Ray reflector, holder, socket, mounting collor and flonge 



Distributing 

No. S88— 300-500 Watt 


14038 


I 
$4 50 


211t-A 


1 
$31 40 


1 
2111-C 


1 
$41 30 


[ 
2111-E 


$31 75 


1 1 
2111-F 


I 
$43 65 


1 

2111-H 


$35 35 


Semi-Concentrating 
No. 848— 300-500 Watt 


21 12- A 


29.60 


2112-C 


39 50 


2112-E 


30.00 


2112-F 


41.75 


2112-H 


33 50 


Distributing Med. Base 
No, 575—200-300 Wavt 


14010 


3.00 . 


2114-B 


19 00 


2114-D 


27.60 


2114-E 


23 65 


21t4-F 


27 10 












Semi Concentrating 
No. 810—200-300 Watt 


2118-A 


20.70 

i 


211 6-C 


29 35 


2118.E 


1 
25 55 1 


2118-F 


28 10 


2118-K 


25.00 


Distributing 

No. 535—100 Watt 


14011 


2 50 1 


1 2119-& 


13.60 


2119-D 


21 70 


2119-E 


20.00 


2119-F 


1 
20 60 


2119-H 


18.90 



*Add l-i" to allow minimum clearance for removal of reflector. 
^Plaster ring not included in unit numbers. 



tAdd I ^* to allow minimum clearance for removal of reflector. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



«■ 



143 



CURTIS LOW-PRICED RECESSED UNITS 




No. 2120-H equipped wirh louver No. 12022 



Curtis low priced recessed units provide- hi 
levels of illumination on both vertical and horizontal 
planes. These features make the units ideal for 
stores where merchandise is displayed on shelves 
and tables. 



Specifications: Each unit consists of silver mir- 
ror reflector which seats directly on the ceilmg 
flange. Sockets are either medium base for 200- 
300 watt lamps or mogul for 300-500 watt lamps. 
Each is available with four-inch outlet box cover 
assembly or side outlet shell and socket assembly. 
The concentric louver (not included) is easily 
removed for cleaning or lamp replacement. 



Dimensions: 2120^H or K. Reflector \o. 588 
used for 300-500 watt units is 11 Jg" in diameter 
and requires a hole 123^" in diameter, The ceiling 
flange for this unit is 14 "s" in diameter. 



2130-H or K. Reflector Xo, 575 used for 200-300 
watt units is 9^'' in diameter and requires a hole 
10" in diameter. The ceiling flange for this unit 
is 12" in diameter. 



Minimum Height: 

2120-H— 133^" 
2130-H— lOJs'' 



2120-K— 145^" 
2130-K— 11>^" 



Finish: Ceiling flange and louver are finished in 
arm grey. 



Cat. No. 



2120-H 



Price 



Description 



$18 80 300-500 watt unit with reflector No, 588, 
holder, ceiling flange, and side opening 
shell mogul socket assembly. 



2120-K 



18,45 300-500 watt unit with reflector No. 588, 
holder, ceiling flange and four-inch outlet 
box cover and mogul socket. 



12022 



14312* 



2130-H 



8 10 , Louver for 2120 H or K. 



2 35 



Plaster ring for 2120 H or K. 



13.15 200-300 watt unit with reflector No, 575, 
holder, ceiling flange and side opening 
shell medium base socket assembly. 



2130-K I 12 80 



200-300 watt unit with reflector No, 575, 
holder, ceiling flange and four-inch outlet 
box cover ajid medium base socket. 



12023^ 



14028^ 



10.80 Louver for 2130 H or K. 



2. 35 Plaster ring for 2130 H or K, 



♦V 



Not included with units. Order separately when needed. 



Illuminalion Data 2120 H ond K 

Foot-candlc readings with 500 watt inside frosted 
lamps. For 300 watt multiply by .0. For 200 
watt multiply by A. Spacing for best results not 
to exceed ceiling height. 





Area per 

outlet 

Square 

feer 


AVERAGE FOOT-CANDIES— 
MAINTAINEDt 


C«ilmg 
height 


Large 
room 


Mediurn 
room 


Small 
room 


4 or more 

units in each 

direction 


2 or 3 rowi 
of unit* 


1 row of 
units 


9' to 12' 


100 
150 
200 
250 


40-45 
32-36 
20-23 
16-18 


32-38 
25-30 
18-22 
14-17 


28-32 
23-26 
17-20 
13-15 


12' to 15' 


100 38-42 
150 25-28 
200 19-21 
250 16-18 


26-30 
19-22 
15-17 
1416 


19 22 
17-20 
13-15 
11-13 



tDepreciation factor of 25% has been deducted from initial readings. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



144 



} 



PLANNING INDIRECT LIGHTING 



The first step in planning any lighting installation 
is to correctly determine the lighting intensity in 
foot-candles desired in the interior. This selection 
for a particular installation will depend upon actual 
purposes and conditions for which the interior is 
to be used. Accuracy and minuteness of business 
and industrial operations, colour of materials 
worked on or handled* merchandising exigencies, 
and other factors affect the determination of 
correct lighting level. 

RECOMMENDED FOOT-CANDLES OF 
ILLUMINATION 

(More detailed recommendations made on request.) 



Art Galleriea 

General 10 

Auditoriums 5*10 

Bank^ — Lobby 20 

Barber Shops and 

Beauty Parlors .... 15-25 

Churches 5-15 

Hospitals — Wards 10-20 

Laboratories 30-50 

Hotels 10 30 

Libraries 30-50 

Museums — General 10 

Exhibits 30-50 
Offices— General Space. 25-50 



Club and Directors' 

Rooms , .10-25 

Corridors, Halls, etc 5 

Display Rooms 

Automobile 10-20 

Furniture 20-30 

Restaurants 10 

Displays 30-50 

Schools 

Class Rooms 20-30 

Sight Saving Classes 30-50 

Stores 20 50 

Theatres 5-15 



OUTLET LOCATION AND WATTAGE 
Second — from floor plan of room to be lighted 



find area, arrangement of outlets and determine 
wattage per outlet. The architectural features 
. . . columns, bays, beams, etc, . . . will generally 
determine location of outlets- Areas indicated 
below are largest that should be lighted from one 
pendent luminaire. 



Averoga Area 
per 04/tl«t in 
Square Feet 


Ceiiiag Height 


Watts par Outlet to Produc* 


6 to 10 

Foot- 
Candl«s 


1 to 15 

Foot- 
Candles 


) 5 to 25 

Foot- 
Candles 


81 
100 to 144 
169 to 225 

256 


9 ft. 

9'5" to ll'O' 

irs' to 15'0' 

16 ft. 


200 

aoo 

500 


200 

300 
500 
750 


aoo 

500 

750 

1000 



For best lighting results the colour of the ceiling 
should be mat finish ivory, white, or light cream. 
The upper walls should preferably be light in colour 
as this has a direct bearing on the efficiency of the 
lighting system. The following table indicates 
percentages of light reflected by various colours: 



Flat white 
Ivory-white 
Cream . . 
Caen atone 
Ivory tan. . 



82% 
78% 
74% 
70% 
65% 



Light gray 
Light green 

Buflf 

Tan 

French gray 



60% 

S5% 

.55% 

40% 

35% 



CURTIS LUMINOUS INDIRECT LUMINAIRE 




A new luminous indirect fixture of special glass. 
Styled by the eminent Walter W. Kantack and 
developed by Curtis Engineers to produce a high 
efficiency and wide distribution of light. The 



bowl is made of heavy glass having a graduated 
thickness. low surface brightness, high reflectivity. 
The "Tusk-Tone" (ivory of graduated density) 
colour of the bowl gives a pleasingly warm effect 
and harmonizes with any interior decorative scheme. 

This fixture is particularly suitable for schools, 
restaurants, stores, ofTices and locations where soft, 
indirect light with a luminous lighting source of 
ver\" low brightness is desired. 

Installation is easy — The stem-hanger requires no 
threading and may be shortened on the job. A 
self-aligning fitting in the canopy permits the 
luminaire to hang evenly. 

Maintenance Is easy — Relamping and cleaning is 
readily accomplished by allowing the bowl to swing 
down on two of the three arms projecting from the 
socket cov'er. 



Cat. 


Price 
Eoch 


Lamp 
Watt* 


Socket 


Calling 

to Top 

of ftowl 


Bowl 


No. 


Diom D«pth 


8500 


$28 75 


300-500 


Mog, 


30' 


J8H' 6K' 

1 



Hanger finished in utin aluminum. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



145 



CURTIS '* EDGE-RAY" LUMIN AIRES 








No, 1250 "EDGE^RAY" INDIRECT 

"Edge- Roy" Ivimlnoira 1$ especiolly suited to disrincrfve interiors 

where both efficient Indirect lightinq ond beauty in the lumrnaire are 
ettentioL 




No ]260 "EDGE^MONr* DIRECT-INDfRECT 

"Edge-Monf" fj the "Edge- Ray" style luminaire for direct-indirect 
Ifghtmg. Concentric-ring, stoggered steel fouvcrs ore centered in 
the bottom of the bowf. These louvers (painted mat gray) control 
the jtrong *'plui" light which is directed down on the selling level. 



lighted circles. Decorative colour is added by 
colouring the underside of the reflector ring. 
(This will be done at the factory at a slight addi- 
tional cost). Colours and prices on request. 
'*Edge-Ray'* luminaircs shown here may be used 
harmoniously and intelligently in the same interior 
for various types of lighting and locations, or an 
entire room may be lighted with a single type. 
Made of aluminum. Equipped with an X-Ray 
reflector. 



ir 



EDGE-RAY" LUMtNAIRES 



The unusual beauty of "Edge-Ray" luminaires 
is best appreciated by actually seeing them lighted. 
Soft luminous sheen surrounds the silvery aluminum 
bowl exterior , . . the result from an exclusive Curtis 
feature. Atop the bowl is a reflector ring which 
redirects a small portion of the light dowmward on 
to the bowl . . . the graining of the bowl and the 
concentric vertical bands pick up this light. 
Viewed from belov\\ the indirect ''Edge-Ray" 
luminaires effect an interesting array of softly 



Cot* 

No. 



Price 
Each 



Lamp 
Watts 



Socket 



Ceiling 
to Top 
of Bowl 



EDGE-RAY LUMINAIRES 



Bo 



wi 



Diom 



Depth 



1250 
1270 


$44 00 
51 60 


300-500 
750-1000 


Mog. 
Mog. 


36" 
48' 


21^' 
27H' 


8' 
11' 






EDGE-MONT LUMINAIRE 






1260 

1 


$44.00 


300-500 


Mog. 


36' 


2irs' 


8' 



Finished in lustrous aluminum. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ©ELECTRIC 



146 



CURTIS INDIRECT LUMINAIRES 





•'ECLIPSE" 

A unit which uies the same X-Ray reflector as the "Winner," did 
if •quolly efficient. With its shallower bowl it is adoptoble to oreos 
with lower ceiling height. 



"WINNER" 

This is a totally indirect luminoire embodying limpllcity ond trim- 
nesi in style with maximum lighting efficiency. Recommended for 
those interiors where close eye-work is performed — offices, tchooti, 
drafting rooms. 



Curtis Indirect luminaircs, with concealed X-Ray 
reflectors, produce a high intensity of glareless 
light that is evenly distributed throughout the 
room. With no bright spots and almost shadowless 
lighting, these luminaires provide the type of 
illumination that is easy on the eyes and this 
insures fast, accurate, comfortable work. 

Similar in construction to those used for show 
window lighting, the X-Ra> silver-mirrored re- 
flectors embodied in the design of these indirect 
luminaires offer distinctive advantages not found in 
ordinar}- fixtures. 

The scientific design and high efficiency of 
X-Ray reflectors insure accurate light control and 
maximum light output. The heavy coating of 
silver and the exclusive (^^olden Armour process 
insures a uniform reflecting surface throughout life. 

IVIaintenance is eas\ with X-Ray reflectors. 
Simply by wiping dust from the glass reflector, 
the unit can be restored to initial efificiency. There 
is nothing to corrode; nothing to depreciate. 



X-Ray reflectors, the heart of Curtis Indirect 
luminaires, are made in varying shapes and with 
difi^erent corrugations in the glass. This gives the 
proper light control in accordance with the require- 
ments of the lamp. These shapes and corrugations 
are determined in the laboratories of Curtis 
Lighting and are a result of fifty years of experi- 
ence in the lighting field. 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Wotti 


Socket 


Ceiling 
fo Top 
of 8ow1 


Bowl 


No. 


1 
Diam Depth 

1 








ECLIPSE 






ssoo 


J 

$28 75 


300-500 


1 
Mog. 


i 
36" 


19H' 


5H' 








WINNER 






1 

5090 


1 
$28 75 


300-500 


1 
Mog. 


36' 


19H' 


T 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



147 



CURTIS ALZAK LUMINAIRE 



«^ 




"THE RIVAL" 

An attractive luminaire with Alzak aluminum 
reflecting surface. A superior method of proces- 
sing the aluminum has been used under the Alzak 
patents to produce a hard, clear, crystalline per- 
manent surface— the qualities necessary for a 
highly efficient, heat resisting reflecting surface. 
For efficient delivery of comfortable glareless light 
this unit is outstanding and with its neat appear- 
ance and moderate cost is very popular for schools, 
offices and stores. Finished in cmeried alummum. 



THE 'RIVAL" 



1 

1 

Cat. 
No. 


Price 

Eoch 


Lamp 
Wotti 


Socket 


Ceiling 


Bov/I 


to Top 
of Bowl 


Oiam 


Depth 


1050 


$21.00 


300-500 


Mog, 


36' 


IBH' 


5K' 



CURTIS BOWL REFLECTOR LUMINAIRE 




"L'ORION" 

A tailored design for use with bowl reflector 
lamp. Moderately priced, with trim, smooth 
flowing lines that enhance modern architectural 
schemes, this luminaire is in great favour for soft, 
even, glareless illumination in the classroom and 
business interior. Lamps are conveniently acces- 
sible for replacement from below. Finish is in 
satin aluminum. 



"L'ORION' 



1 

Cat. 
No. 


Price ' 
Each 


Lonnp 

Worts 


Socket 


Ceiling 
to Top 
of Bowi 


Bowl 


Diam Depth 


155 


$28 00 


300-500 


Mog. 

1 


36" 


1 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



148 



CURTIS COVE LIGHTING EQUIPMENT 




Curtis cove lighting equipmenf mok^s possible an unusuol orchitecturo 
treotment in this lorgc deportment itore. 

Because it is built in. or permanently affixed to, 
the architectural elements of an interior, competent 
engineering, planning, designing, and installation 
are required to make cove lighting successful- 
Cove lighting installations differ, each presenting 
an iidividual engineering problem. Services of our 
Lighting Service Department are available, and 
v^'ill be helpful to prospective users of cove lighting. 

PLACEMENT OF THE COVE 

location of the cove on the wall, in relation to 
the flat ceiling, is explained in the diagram. Dis- 
tance down from the ceiling should permit proper 
distribution of light; this distance will necessarily 
be greater for wide rooms than for narrow rooms 
since it is necessary to project the light farther to 
the center of the ceiling area. Obviously, the con- 
struction of the walls will limit the size of the cove- 
Shape and d of the cove will be influenced 
by the architecture of the interior. The ideal 
condition is an unobstructed ceiling, flat or slightly 
arched, (l^nusual ceilings require special consider- 
ation. ' 

Upper wall and ceiling surface finish and colour 
are important considerations influencing indirect 
lighting efficiency. For best results use white, 
cream or ivory m^^ ^nish. These have a reflection 
f,T ' r of 75^ to .S ./ c P^\^ pastel colours . . . from 



5o i lo To*^ ' icoustical materials in natural finish 
. . . from 2u c to 75%. 

FLUORESCENT COVE LIGHTING 

In properly engineered aj ; !i ations of fluores- 
cent cove lighting, under favorable conditions, 1 
watt per square foot will produce 6 to 10 foot 
candles. 

Fluorescent equipment suitable for cove lighting 
is more fully described on page 66. 




"ncac TWO UNCS 

TX SiZl OrCO^ 



Section showing locoHon of the cove on wall, in relation to the flat 
ceiling Note: To reduce sire of cove, equipment moy be recessed 
to front edge of reflector. 



SPACING OF X*RAY REFLECTORS 

Data for permissible spacings for each reflector 
will be found on the next page. These spacing 
recommendations assume that the distance of the 
ceiling above the lamp center is never less than 
one-tenth the room width. 



WAHAGE 

A general rule for specifying wattage for cove 
lighting is that one watt per square foot will give 2 
to 4 foot-candles. The higher figure compares 
satisfactorily with the efficiency to be expected 
from indirect pendent luminaires installed. How- 
ever, it is obtainable only under favorable instal- 
lation conditions; i.e., in fairly large rooms with 
very light walls and ceiling with the cove located 
far enough below the ceiling to permit maximum 
utilization of the light. 

INSTALLATION METHODS 

The following page presents typical installation 
diagrams for X-Ray cove reflectors mounted on 
CurtiStrip (CurtiStrip comes unwired). In simple 
coves, the reflectors are usually mounted in front 
of the wail, as shown in the diagram above. When 
a small cove is desired, equipment may be partially 
recessed into the wall up to the front edge of the 
reflector. 

MAINTENANCE 

Careful consideration should be given to the 
maintenance of lighting coves. The reflector equip- 
ment must be periodically dusted and the lamps 
normally replaced to insure continuous eflSciency- 
If the location of the cove prohibits easy accesc 
from the front, special maintenance arrangements 
must be made to facilitate accessibilitv from behind. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL Q ELECTRIC 



149 



CURTIS COVE LIGHTING EQUIPMENT 




Cove lighting reflectori on CurtiStrip 



REFLECTOR 

NO,3-A SOCKET 
NO-I CURTISTHIP 
N0.9 STRAP 



Na8ll6 
HOLOCR 




A^^REFLECTOR 




NO. i-A 
SOCKtT 



NO, I CURT»5TRiP 
H0.3 STRAP 



Section showing No 8356 on CurtiStrip 



Section showing No. 8360 or No. 8364 on CurtiStrip 



Concentroting Type X-Ray cove reflectors act as 
small powLTful floodlights in projecting light to the 
center ceiling area. It is essential that this type be 
used in wide rooms, and /or where cove is mounted 
very near the ceiling. These reflectors may be 
closely spaced for high intensity cove lighting. 

By tilting the socket or wireway, these reflectors 
may be mounted at any angle necessary to gain the 
desired light projection. 

Complete fittings are available for concentrating 
reflectors which permit their installation under a 
variety of conditions- 

DIMENSIONS AND SPACINGS 

for Concentrating Type X-Roy Reftectori 



Lamp 
Watti 


Reflector 
Cot. No. 


L 


w 


Mifii- 

mum 

Spacing 


25 to 40 


E-I5»2 


^H' 


4»^' 


^H' 


60 to 75 


EC 52 


SH' 


5' 


SH' 


100 


EC-74 


7H' 


7H' 


7K2' 



COMPLETE REFLECTOR UNITS 

Reflector and holder complete wftti socket 





«L-^ 






. i 1 


d— s 


1 ^t 


U3 


f "j 


M 


\^ —/^ 


No. 5^A 
Socket 


side Outlet 
Socket 


Box Cover 
Socket Unit 



For Mounting on 





% * Pipe CurtiStrip 


3" Box 


4"" Box 


Lortip 
Watts 


Cot. Price 

No. Each 

i 


Cot. 
No. 


— 
Price 
Eoch 


Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Cat. Price 
No. Eoch 


2540 


8355 '$4 20 


S350 


f 3 80 


8357 


$4.00 


S3SS 


$4 15 


60 75 


8159 5 30 


8360 


4 90 


S361 5 10 


8362 


5 30 


100 


S3€3 7 40 83S4 

1 


7 00 


83eS 7 15 8366 

i 


7.» 





REFLECTOR AND HOLDER ASSEMBLY 


ONLY 


Lomp 


Reflector 
only 


Holder 

only 


Reflector 
and Holder 


Watts 


Cot. Price 
No. Each 


Cot- Piice 
No. Each 


Cat. Price 
No. Each 



25-40 


E-1532 


$2 45 


aii6 


$0.40 


824S 1 $2.90 


60-75 


EC-52 


3 50 


12100 


.SO 


8255 4 00 


100 


EC-74 

1 


5 60 


12100 


50 


8277 6 OS 

i 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



150 



CURTISTRIP EQUIPMENT 




Cur ^ ip is a large capacity (30 No. 14 R. C- 
wiresi H-iring channel and raceway that offers un- 
usual flexibilit>' and a wide range of uses \i*ith its 
standardized fittings. The patented snap-in flat 
cover permits outlets to be installed on any spacing. 
The ^^"^"er. placed between sockets or fittings, is cut 
to 1' required m-ith tinner's shears and snaps 

into ...- lips of the channel. Ch-^'*el may be cut to 
any le*" z*^ -^ "^^^ a hacksaw. Sec . ..s longer than 10 
feet m^^^ ^-^ ^-^iipled togeih^- to form a continous 
channel. 

CURTISTRIP CHANNEL AND COVER 

Channel and cover made of 20-gauge cold rolled 
steel, cadmium plated. Size, 2V^' wide by 1^' 
deep. 



Ko 



1 $0.80 Cbaxmel with coiner. 10 H. Icnctfas 



1-A 



1-B 



63 Cba&od ocily, 10 ft, Icngdks 



100 ft. 



100 ft 



18 



Cover ooly. 10 ft. lengths 100 ft. 



CURTISTRIP SUPPORTS 

Th*^^^ r st^'^'^^rd h-^rr^rs offer complete 

flex: . . mri _,g Cw. ."trip. 



f rfii^^ 



vf 






Cat 
NP 


Prk* 




9 


SO 13 Strap for *»'>"'"t Cum- 
agannt any Sat 


10 



13 




8: Bracket to hang Curti^ 
Strip OD pipe or ^Ha«« 
hanfCT 10 



24 



2 45 Bracket 



ibiT 



10 



1 80 Universal Hanger. In- 
cludes two-piece perfor- 
ated hanccr. one strap. 4 
an^ br ackets and 6 

bolts 10 



Z*'^ 



13 



88 Hanger for 
CurtiStnp on 
bar or side waD 



10 



CURTISTRfP FITTINGS 
Standard Finish: Cadmium Plate 



Fafwi^ 




Co* 
No. 


Prio* 


"-"**■ 


Sid 


s 


$0 22 


Fnrf r«p fnr rlnMug #«wlft 

<jf CuitBtnp. Has ^^ 


10 






12 


3 00 


Service box for coAiicct* 
tog ^4' to 1^2' ooHlaid 
to CurriStnp 


1 




14 2 90 Adjuatafale dbom kJ 

j^^es of 70- to 180' 1 




1« 



S4 r< i n|>i»i n 



far 
of 



I 10 



sc e 



18 



95 Box Adapter 
Strtp to 
let box 



•tandard 4 oot- 



10 



21 



88 Switch Plate 



f-' 



^ ^ T 



10 



r.c^i 



SOCKETS AND RECEPTACLES 
CuniSirip sockets and receptacles can be spaced 
as dose as 2*4' on centers. Two-piece constnic- 
tion simplifies wiring. 




NO- 5 




M 



? 

f 



Cot 
Mo 


Eodi 


5 


SO 90 


S-A 


90 


8 


1 80 


19 


90 


l^BX 


72 


20 


88 



et vxth shade holds* 
groove 


SO 


Special porccisutt socket 
"DO diade hoidff groove 


56 




50 


^ » cooduxt or fittai0i . ' 


10 


Attachment far }i' BX 


10 


Sin^ Rerrptade plate. 

Takes aD standard re- 


10 



23 



88 Duplex Rr i»|Haiir plate. 



an 



re- 



10 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL C? EL£CTRIC 



151 



FLUORESCENT CURTISTRIP 




FLUORESCENT CURTISTRIP 

Fluorescent lamps can be used with CurtiStrip, 
Ballasts are available which fit inside the channel 
and a complete line of fittings and reflectors provide 
means of mounting the lamps and efficiently direct- 
ing the light. For complete details see page 66. 

Fluorescent CurtiStrip can be made up in con- 
tinuous runs or in individual units. The reflectors 
and lamps can be placed end to end or spaced out 
at any desired distance, The line wires can be fed in 
one end and carried through the CurtiStrip, reduc- 
ing wiring costs. 

Reflectors are available in three shapes, semi- 
concentrating, distributing and directional for 18'', 
24*', 36'' or 48'' lamps. The reflectors are carefully 
designed to take maximum advantage of the high 
efficiency of the fluorescent lamp. Correct contours 
avoid trapping of lights such as occurs with inferior 
equipment, and the variety of reflector shapes in- 
sures the correct distribution for every application. 



SOCKETS AND HOLDERS FOR X-RAY REFLECTORS 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Each 



Description 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Eoch 



Description 




METAL SHELL PORCELAIN SOCKETS— MEDIUM BASE 

For Screw-engoging X-Roy Holders only 



No. 8052-S 



8052-S $1 30 

8053- B 1 30 

8251-S 1.70 

8257-B 1 70 



With 
With 3 8 

With y 

With ' 



3g' side outlet 
" back outlet 
" side outlet 
" back outlet 




With Groove for Clamping Type Holders 



No. 8287'S 



8286-B 


$1 


30 


With 3^" back outlet 


8287-S 


1 


30 


With 3 s" side outlet 


8290-B 


1 


70 


With H" back outlet 


8291 -S 


1 


70 


With 1 2" side outlet 



METAL SHELL PORCELAIN SOCKETS— MOGUL BASE 




8099-S 


$2 


15 


With H" side outlet 


8100-B 


2 


15 


With 3^" back outlet 


8300-B 


2 


50 


With H" back outlet 


8aoi-s 


2. 


50 


With 1 2" side outlet 



No. 8300-B 



PORCELAIN SOCKETS— SOCKET ONLY 

Medium Screw Base 




8051 $0.55 I With screw terminals, for X- 

j Ray holders 

8451 I .55 With screw terminals; has 

I I shade holder groove 



No. 8051 



Mogul Screw Base 



8103 j$1.35 j With screw terminals, for X- 

I I Ray holders 



BOX COVER SOCKET UNITS— MEDIUM BASE 

For Screw-engoging X-Roy Holders 




10145-B $1 10 For 3" outlet box 
10146-B 1 30 Far 4" outlet box 



With Groove for Clamping Type Holder 



No. 10146-B 



10160-B$1 10 
10161-B 1.30 



For 3" outlet box 
For 4" outlet box 



HOLDERS FOR X-RAY REFLECTORS— SCREW ENGAGING 

For use with X-Ray Sockets without shade holder 
groove. Also for No. 5-A (CurtiStrip) Socket 




No. 12100 




No. 10377 




No. 10500 



12100 
10127 
10300 
10010 

10377 
10414 
10800 
10012 



$0 50 2 '4" Form O 

72 2 ' 4 " Form H 

110 3i4"Form A 

1.80 334" X-Ray 



3I4" X-Ray for 810 

5" X-Ray (for 848 and EC-68) 

3^t" X-Ray 

Holder Extension 



For use with X-Ray or Standard Porcelain Sockets 

— with shode holder groove. Also for No. 5 

(CurtiStrip) Sockef 



10500 


$1 


10 


3^4 "Form A 


10668 


1 


45 


3^4" Form X for Nos. 420 
500, and 530 


10400 


1 


10 


3U" Form A for standard 








brasa shell 30cket3 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



152 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "COMMODORE" 



^ 



^ 




V 




% 




No. 265 



No. 763 



^ 



A 



ft 




No. 369 





No. 106 



General Electric Commodores provide excellent 
semi-indirect or luminous indirect illumination for 
offices, drafting: rooms, class-rooms and other 
interiors where quality incandescent lighting is 
desired. Commodore luminaires blend into the 
ceiling and have no black spots, no dark rings, no 
glaring spots of brightness. The quality of illumina- 
tion which they provide is similar to soft, pleasant 
sky light. 

Commodores are manufactured in a complete 
series for wattages from 200 \V to 1000 W. All 
hangers and reflectors are similarly styled, so that 
an installation requiring units which utilize various 
sizes of lamps and reflectors will have complete 
uniformity of appearance. 



Commodore reflectors are molded from a urea- 
formaldehyde compound which is light in weight, 
yet very hard and resilient. Reflector attaches to 
hanger by a simple bead chain and wire suspension 
which can be quickly disengaged for cleaning or 
relamping. Reflectors are white as shown in the 
tabulation below. Hangers are made of aluminum, 
finished in satin aluminum. Canopies are provided 
with a knockout for canopy switch. 

Permanence 

As long as Commodore units are hung without 
any change in construction after they leave the 
factory, and are proi>erly maintained while in 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Warn 


Colour 


Dimentiont (Inches) 


Sock*t 


Storvdard Package 


No. 


Reflector Dio 


Length Overotl 


Quantity 


Weighf 


265 
2653 

369 
3693 

763 

106 


$10 80 
10 00 
17 10 
16 20 
35 10 
35 10 


200-300 

200-300 

300-500 

300-500 

750 

750-1000 


White 
White 
White 
White 
White 
White 


15 
15 
19 
19 
23 
26 

^ — T 


28 
14 
34 

16H 

44 

48 


Med. 
Med. 
Mog. 
Mog. 
Mog. 
Mog. 


4 
4 
1 
1 

4 
4 


13 
13 
7 
7 
38 
42 



Lamp Shield for 500 500-watt Commodore* — Cat. N 
For additional icnuth hanger, add $0^0 per foot or 
Replacement tww! 200 -• 
Replacement bearl at\(\ ur , ..^ n 



'^*'7. $1.05 each. 

1 thereof. 
i; 300-500-watt size. IIO.SO each; 750-lOOO.watt »ize. $27.90 each. 
, cr set of three. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



153 



GENERAL ELECTRIC "COMMODORE" 



laoC 175* 




0"5" 15* Z5* 3S» 4S* 5S' 

Distribution Curve — No. 369 



service, the reflectors are warranted not to deterio- 
rate. They will not support combustion and will 
only char when submitted to high temperatures. 

Overall Efficiency 

For an economical lighting installation, a high 
overall efficiency is essential. High efficiency read- 
ings are often sacrificed in Commodore units, 
however, in order to keep the surface brightness 
figure low. This provides for comfortable seeing 
without glare. 

Maintenance 

If Commodore reflectors are dusted on a regular 
schedule, their original efficiency will be maintained 
over a long period of time. In addition, reflectors 
should be taken down at definite intervals and 



<; 



\ 




No. 2653—3693 

thoroughly washed. A warm soap solution con- 
taining any mild water softener such as Tri-Sodium 
Phosphate, Borax or Calgon is recommended. 

Performance Table 

In reading these figures, the following lighting 
concepts should be borne in mind: 

Low Surface Brightness: Surface brightness should 
be sufficiently low to prevent glare from the 
reflector. 

Downward and Upward Component: The ratio of 
the downward and upward component deter- 
mines whether the unit can be classified as a 
semi-indirect or indirect unit. By varying the 
density of the molding powder, the same size 
reflector can often qualify for both of these 
categories. 

ILLUMINATION PERFORMANCE 





•Ave. 

Fc» 

In 
Ser- 
vice 


Square Feet per Luminc 


ire 




Cat. 
No. 


Lorge Room 

Width 4 times 

height 


Medium Room 

Width 2 Hmei 

height 


Small Room 

Width equols 

height 




Light Med'm 
Finish Finish 


Light Med'm 
Finish i Finish 


Light 
Finish 


Med'm 
Finish 


369 


20 
30 
40 
50 


133 
97 
73 
58 


86 
63 
47 
38 


99 
76 
57 
46 


64 
46 
35 
28 


74 
53 
40 
32 


46 
31 
23 
19 



•Using 500-watt I.F. Lamp. 
Maintenance Factor .65. 



Cot. 


Diameter 

Reflector 

(Inches) 


Lamp 


Colour 


Surfoce Brighfneit 
Cartdlepower per Sq. In. 


Distribution of 

Luminoire Output 

>- — 1 


OverolJ 
Efficiency 


ClassiflcoHon 


No. 


Min. 


Max. 


Downward 


Upward 




265 
369 
763 

loe 


15 
19 
23 
26 


300 W^IF 

500 W-IF 

750 W-IF 

1000 W-IF 


White 
White 
White 
White 


0.4 
3 
2 
1 


18 
8 
1.0 
0.6 


12 5% 

6.57o 
5 5% 

3.5% 


71 0% 
75 0% 
73 5% 
69 0% 


83,0% 

81.5% 
79 0% 
72 5% 


Semi-indirect 
Indirect 
Indirect 
Indirect 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL (B ELECTRIC 



154 



THE "SUPERLUX" 




««r IN* 







Diitribution Curv* 




This semi-indirect liiniinaire provides conifortahle 
illumination for schools, oflices, stores and similar 
locations. The luminous ^dass howl blencis with the 
ceihng, thus eliminating brightness contrasts within 
the field of view. 

Approximately^ 92% of total liijht output is 
directed upward, and 8% downward Bowl bright- 



ness does not exceed 0.8 candle power per square 
inch. Overall efficiency is 82.5%. Hangers are 
hnished in satin chrome. 



Cot. 


Price 
Each 


lomp 
Watt J 


Diameter Overall 
(Incheil L'gth(hs) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty Wt 


6575 


$24 00 


300-500 


l&H 30 


1 17 



Far additional Irngth hanger, add $0.60 per foot or fraction. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



155 



FLUSH BOXES 





Roiind 



Square 







Rectangular 



Semi-Flush 



These recessed fixtures are ideal for general 
li^htincj in smart shops, auditoriums, corridors, and 
any locations where inconspicuous fixtures are 
desired. They are suitable for areas where head- 
room is restricted, such as pla\-rooms» kitchens, 
and under mezzanines. 

Round, square, anrl rectanj^ular Hush fixtures 



are sup(>lied with flat, flashed-opal glass. Semi- 
flush fixtures are available with one (No. 7465) or 
two (Xo. 7466) square opal bowls. 

Frames are finished in polished chrome. Inside 
of box finished baked white enamel. Outside is 
asbestos covered. 



Cot, 
No. 



Price 
Each 



Size 
(Inches) 



No. of 
Sockets 



Total 
MoKJmum 
Wattage 



Diinensions (Inches) 



Opening 



Box Depth 



Box Size 



Standard Package 



Quantify 



ROUND FLUSH TYPE 



SEMI-FLUSH TYPE 



Weight 



7450 


$ 12 25 


6 


1 


40 


6^ 


33^ 


6 


1 


4 


7451 


13 00 


8 


1 


60 


BH 


4M 


8 




5 


7452 


14 SO 


10 


2 


80 


10 'i 


sli 


10 




6 


7453 


16 25 


13 


2 


100 


I2I4 


6 


12 




9 


7454 


24 SO 


16 


4 


180 


16K 


6 


16 




15 











SQUARE FLUSH TYPE 










7455 
7456 
7457 
7458 
7459 


13 80 
15 40 
18 00 
20 00 
26 50 


6x6 

8x8 

10 X 10 

12 X 12 

16 X 16 


1 
1 
2 
2 
4 


40 

60 

80 

150 

200 


6'/4X 6Va 

8>4'X 8'4' 
10'4XlO'i 

12'4xl2l^ 
16'4xl6'4 


3»4 

6 
6 


6x6 

8x8 

10 X 10 

12 X 12 

16 X 16 




S 

6 

9 

12 

20 









RECTANGULAR FLUSH TYPE 








7460 
7461 
7462 
7463 
74«l 


13 00 

14 60 
16 50 
18 00 
21 00 


4x6 
6x8 

7 X 10 

8 X 12 
10 X 16 


1 
2 
2 

2 
2 


25 

60 

80 

100 

150 


4V4X 6H 
6}4X 8 '4' 

7'4XlO>4' 
8'4Xl2l4' 

1034x16^^ 


6 
6 


4x6 
6x8 
7 x 10 
8x12 
10 X 16 




4 

6 

7 

10 

17 



7465 
7466 



36 00 
56 50 



12 X 12 
12 X 24 



2 
4 



150 

300 



ll»^xlli^ 
11 34x24 >4 



6 
6 



11 X 11 

11 X 24 



1 
1 



13 

24 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



56 



ENCLOSING GLOBES 




The Keystone 



The Seville 



The Pilgrim 



The ''Keystone," being smart and streamlined 
in appearance, will meet the popular demands of 
modern lighting. It is made from ''Monax" glass 
of high efficiency for general diffuse lighting. 

The "Seville** has long been a popular "'Monax" 
brand lighting globe. It is economical, efficient 
and widely used for all types of general diffuse 
illumination. This unit has the ''Chip Proof" 
fitter. 



Simplicity of design coupled with the high effici- 
ency of "Monax" glass characterizes the "Pilgrim" 
as an especially desirable globe for general diffuse 
illumination. 



"Monax" is a white glass with excellent diffusing 

qualities. 



Col 


Price 

EacK 


D 


imansioni (Inchei) 


*Loinp 

Petition 

Above (ini.) 


Suggeited 
Wottoge 


Standard 


Packog* 


No. 


Diomcler 


Depth 


Fitter 


Quontify 


Weight 








"KIYSTONE" 










816660 
816670 
816680 
816690 
816700 


1 80 

3 40 

4 25 

5 SO 
8 60 


9H 

mi 


6»^ 

lO^g 
121^ 


4 
6 
6 
6 
6 


VA 

2 
2 


75 
100 
ISO 
200 
300 


8 

4 
2 
2 
1 


20 
19 
12 
16 
12 








"SEVIUE" 










811190 
813160 
813170 
813190 
813200 
813220 
813230 


$ 1 00 

1 90 
3 00 

3 50 

4 40 
7 50 

11 00 


10 
12 
14 
16 
18 
20 


7H 
9 

11^8 

12»4 


4 
4 
6 
6 
6 
6 
8 


1 
1 
1 
2 
2 


60 

75 
100 
ISO 
200 
300 
500 


12 
8 

4 
3 
2 
1 
1 


25 
20 
18 
17 
17 
13 
17 








"PILCRIM" 










812980 
812990 
813000 
813010 
813020 


2 55 

3 25 

4 30 

5 50 
8 60 


lo'/ii 

13 
14 
16 
18 


8*^ 
9^ 

loH 

113^ 

13%, 


4 
6 
6 
6 
6 


H 
1 

VA 
VA 


75 
100 
150 
200 
300 


4 
2 
2 
2 
1 


14 
11 
13 
15 
14 



•Lamp Powlion— Repr€«mU Uie distance io inch*^ of lamp contact above the plane of the fitter 
All prtcea are for Standard Packace Quantitiei. 



•crewi when uting nigteated wattace. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



157 



ENCLOSING GLOBES 




The Clipper 



The Trojan 



The Juno 



The "Clipper" is available in two types of glass. 
Silvaglo — a white opal glass of high efficiency, for 
direct lighting; L.S.B. (Low Surface Brightness) — 
an indirect glass, having a clear upper portion, and 
a dense while lower portion. 

The Ivanhoe Trojan distributes diffused light 
both above and below the mounting plane. The 



light density Genco glass produces pleasing, 
delightful illumination in all directions without 
sharp shadows or annoying glare. 

The contour of the Juno is a desirable variation 
from the typical enclosing globe and is designed 
for efficient distribution and minimum brightness. 



Cot. 
No. 



5264X9 

5264X10 

5264X12X4 

5264X12X6 

5264X14 

5264X16 

5264X18X6 

5264X18X8 



5243X9 

5243X12X4 

5243X12X6 

5243X14 

5243X16 

5243X18 



Price X 
Each 



1 40 

2 10 

3 25 

3 25 

4 20 
6 15 
9 50 
9 50 



Dimeniions (Inches) 



Diameter 



Depth 



Rtter 



Lomp 
Wottoge 



IVANHOE "TROJAN' 



9 

10 
12 
12 

14 
16 
18 
18 



5;h 
7H 

7% 
9 

10 J4 

11 H 
1 1 % 



4 
4 
4 

6 
6 
6 
6 
8 



60-100 
100-150 
100-150 
100-150 
150-200 

200-300-500 
300-500 

300-500-750 



Standard Package 



Oucintity 



IVANHOE "JUNO' 




4 
4 
6 
6 
6 
8 



60-100 
100-150 
100-150 
150=200 
200-300-500 
300-500 



12 

4 
4 
4 
2 
2 
1 
I 



12 

4 
4 
2 
2 
1 



Weight 









'•CLIPI»ER"t 








12176X9 


$1 35 


9H 


6M 


4 


100 


12 


34 


12176X12X4 


3 00 


\2H 


7H 


4 


100-150 


4 


18 


12176X12X6 


3 00 


y2H 


73h 


6 


100-150 


4 


18 


12176X14 


3 90 


uH 


8^s 


6 


200 


4 


25 


12176X16 


5 75 


1 6 » 4 


95- 


6 


200-300 


2 


20 


12176X18 


8 90 


18 '4' 


103.8 


6 


300-500 


1 


15 


12176X20 


15 30 


20 14' 


14 


6 or 8 


500 


1 


18 



28 
12 
17 
17 
11 
13 
10 
10 



28 
17 
17 
11 
13 
10 



The Clipper is de»igned for maximum efficiency when the lamp filament is centered in the plane of the middle ornamental ring, at the largest diameter of the 

globe. 

tWhen ordering the Clipper, specify type of glass. 

tPrices applying to the Clipper are lor SilvaRlo glass. L.S.B. glass la available at extra cost. 

All prices are for Standard Package Quantities. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



158 



MISCELLANEOUS GLASSWARE 




REFieCTORS FOR FLOOR AND STUDY LAMPS 



Cat. Price 


lamp 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Std Pkg 


No* Eoch 


Wotts 


Diam 


Depth 


Pifrer Qry 


Wt 


1 
82O120$0 (0 
824160 85 


100 
100 200,300 


8 
10 


5H 


2K 


6 
6 


10 
15 




BAIL GLOBES 

Made in the following types of gtos': 

1. Monax — ^A light density, highly diffusing opal gfosi. 

2. CRI — Crystal, roughed inside. 

3. Ruby — ^A light density, clear red gloss. 








KITCHEN 


GLOBE 








Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Std 


Pkg 


No. 


Diam Depth 


Fitter 


Qty 


Wt 


82001 S-D387 


$0 95 


8 


7 


4 


8 


22 




BOWLS— SIIVAGLO GLASS 

Stroight Side, Flat Bottom 



Cat. 


Price 
Eoch 


Dimensions (Inches) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Diameter 


Oeoth 


Qty 


Wt 


11550 X 8 
11S50 X 10 
11550 X 12 
11550 X 14 
11550 xl6 


$ 1 75 

2 80 

3 85 

5 00 

6 70 


8 

10 
12 
14 

16 


3 

4^ 
6 


6 
6 

5 
4 
3 


13 
15 
29 
25 
25 



AU bowls drilled H-i" hnle in bottom. 



BALL GLOBES 



MONAX 



Cot. No. Price Each 



823200 



823220 

800080 
800060 
800070 

800020 
800190 

800090 
800120 
800140 

800200 
800040 



$0 95 



1 65 

2 45 
2 45 

2 45 

3 90 

3 90 

4 90 
4 90 
4 90 

7 10 
7 10 



C.R.I. 



Cat. No. 



B-2069X10X4 
B-2069X10X5 
B-2069X10X6 

B-2069X12X6 
B-2069X12X8 

B-2069X14X6 

B-2069X14X8 

B-2069X16X6 
B-2069X16X8 



Price Each 



$2 80 
2 80 
2 80 

4 10 

6 10 

5 60 

5 60 

7 10 
7.10 



RUBY 



Cot. No. 



/ 



B-2069X6X3»^ 
B-2069X7X3»4 
B-2069X7X4 
B-2069X8X4 



Note- Wtien orderinc Bali Globwi. specify tvpe of glass and size 
All prices are for Standard Package Quantitiea. 



Price Each 



$1 95 
2 55 

2 55 

3 10 



Dimensions (Inches) 



Diameter 



6 

7 
7 
8 

10 
10 
10 

12 
12 

14 
14 
14 

16 
16 



FiH 



er 



3M 
3\i 

4 
4 

4 
5 
6 



6 

7 
8 

6 
8 



Standard Package 



Quantity 



24 
12 
12 
12 

8 
8 
8 

2 
2 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 



Weight 



26 
19 
19 
24 

26 
26 
26 

12 
12 

10 
10 
10 

14 
14 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



159 



HANGERS 






No. M.221 
MO-221 



■ r 



No. M-122-123 
MO-123 







Ceiling 



Semi-Close 



No. M-10 
M-219 



Pendent 



SCREW FITTER TYPE 

Suspension Hangers 

Close-up canopies have knockout for canopy 
switch. Wired complete with porcelain socket, 
strap, bolts and knurled nuts. 

Finish, statuary bronze. Overall length, 30 
inches. 

Ceiling Fixtures 

Complete with porcelain socket, screws and nuts. 
No. M-221 and MO-221 supplied with outlet box 
strap. No. M-10 and M-219 do not require strap. 

For available finishes, see tabulation below. 
M-10 in white enamel is also available with pull- 
chain socket. 



SAFETY FITTER TYPE 

Safety hangers are easy to hang and are per- 
manently safe. They eliminate the possibility ot 
globes falling, no matter how severe the vibration 
may be. 

Three types of safety hangers are available: 
Swivel Stem Pendant, Ceiling, and Semi-Close. All 
types are similar in contour, and will match up with 
each other when used in the same installation. 

All hangers are wired, complete with socket. 
Ceiling and Semi-Close types have outlet box strap, 
screws and knurled nuts. All canopies provided 
with knockout for canopy switch. 

Finished brushed chrome or statuary bronze. 




M-122 
M-123 
MO-123 

M-219 
M-10 
aM-IOP.C. 

M-221 
aMO.221 



M-1243 
M-1242 
MO-1242 

M-1239 

M-1238 
MO- 1238 

M-124S 
M-1244 
MO-1244 



$1 30 

1 30 

2 25 

.75 
.75 



1 IS 
2 



$4 10 

4 30 
4 70 

3.40 

3 60 

4 00 



3 

4 00 
4.30 



Brushed 
Chrome 



$4 50 

4 75 

5 15 

3 80 

4 00 
4 40 

4 20 
4 40 

4.75 



Type 



Socket 



SCRfW FITTER TYPi*t 



■ > > » 


• . . . 


$0 55 

.55 

1 15 


$1 05 


1 15 


1 70 

2 90 



Suspension 
Suspension 
Suspension 

Ceiling 
Ceiling 
Ceiling 

Ceiling 
Ceiling 



Med. 
Med. 
Mog. 

Med. 
Med. 
Med. 

Med, 
Mog. 



SAFETY FITTER TYPE*t 



Pendant 
Pendant 
Pendant 

Ceiling 
Ceiling 
Ceiling 

Semi-Close 
Semi-Close 
Semi-Close 



Firter 
(Inches} 



Overall Dimen (In,) 



I Canopy 
Lenatti ... 

^ Diameter 



Srd Pkg 



4 
6 
6 

4 
4 

6 
6 



30 

30 
30 

2 
2 
2 

5 

5 



♦When ordering, specify finish recjuircd. 

tFor additional length chain and ^*ire. add $040 per foot or fraction. 

JFor additional length rod hanger, add $0.60 per foot or fracnon. 



APull-chain socket, 

DNot recommended for use with Clipper glassware. 



Wl 



6 
6 
6 




3 
3 
3 


6H 




1 
1 
1 


5H 




2 
2 



Med. 
Med. 
Mog. 


4 
6 
6 


30 
30 
30 


6Vs 


2 
2 
2 


6 
6 
6 


Med. 
Med. 
Mog. 


4 
6 
6 




6Vg 


2 
2 
2 


4 
4 

4 


Med. 
Med. 
Mog. 


4 
6 
6 


9V2 

1014 
10 li 




2 
2 

2 


5 
5 

5 



CANADIAN 
GENEIIAL/& ELECTRIC 



160 



EXIT LIGHTS 





No, 3480 



No. 3481 



Available in two types, for flush mounting or 
surface mounting. Crystal glass, red lettering on 
black background- Lettering is 6 inches high, plated. 
Boxes are made of 20-gauge steel and have suitable 
number of half-inch knockouts on all sides. 
Equipped with one medium base porcelain socket. 
Finished aluminum inside, bronze outside. 



Flush mounting type No, 3480 has trim front 
with four-screw fastening. Flush plate is chrome- 



Surface mounting type No. 3481 can be mounted 
at either end, at top, at bottom, or at back. Glass 
is easily removable for relamping. 



Available with two sockets at $2.10 extra per unit. 







« 












Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Description 


Box Dimensions (Inchei) 


Stondord 


Package 


No. 


Width 


Height 


Depth 


Quantity 


Weight 


3480 
3481 


$8.40 
6 50 


Flush Mounting . . 

Surface Mounting 


12 
12 


8 
8 


4 
4 


1 
1 


6 
5 



EXIT GLOBES 







No. 5465 



No. 5467 



No. 5460-5471 



lo. 5463 



Made of ruby glass with white lettering, except 
No. 5463 which has black lettering. 

No. 5460 and 5471 are for ceiling mounting, 
lettered on two sides. No. 5465 is for wall mounting, 
lettered on one side only. No. 5467 is for wall 
mounting, lettered on two sides. 

No. 5463 is wedge-shaped, lettered on two sides. 

Tor wall mounting; projection 53^2 inches. No. 

5476 is triangular in shape, lettered on three 




No. 5476 



sides. For ceiling mounting; overall height 7}4 
inches. 



Cof. 


Price 
Each 


Dimension 
Diameter 


« (Inches) 
Fitter 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wl 


5463 


$4 00 


4H 


3'4 




2 


5460 


3 00 


6 


3H 




2 


5465 


2 70 


6 


314^ 




2 


5467 


3 20 


6 


3H 




2 


5476 


7 50 


7 


3Ji 




3 


5471 


4 30 


8 


4 




3 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL & ELECTRIC 



161 



CLOSE CEILING FIXTURE 




Suitable for many locations In restaurants, stores, 
theatres, lobbies, rest rooms, corridors and private 
residences. Consists of a spun metal ceiling pan 
and an opal glass dish. Finished in satin chrome. 



Cat.* 


1 

1 

Price 
Each 


Diam 
(Inches) 


No. of 
Sockets 


Totol 

Watts 


O.A. 

Depth 

(lr».) 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 


1162- 8 


$6 50 


8 


2 


80 


5 




3 


1162-10 


9 00 


10 


2 


120 


5 1.. 




4 " 


1162-12 


11 00 


12 


3 


180 


7 




7 


1162-14 


14 00 


14 


3 


300 


7 ■ > 




9 


1162-16 


18 00 


16 


3 


450 


8 




13 



♦Replacement Glassware No. IISSO. See page 158* 



LOUVER LIGHT 




Designed for use as stairway and hall night light 
in hospitals, public buildings, apartment houses and 
prisons. 

Louver plate is 5 in. square; plaster plate is 6 m. 
square. Outlet box 43-^ in. square by 2}4 in- deep. 

Finished In white enamel with black enamel 
plaster plate. Interior of box finished aluminum 
dip, exterior galvanized. Plaster plate may be set 
square if box is out of line. Supplied with socket. 





Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Watts 


Socket 


Std Pkg 


Cot. 
No. 


Qly 


Wt 


L-67 


$4 50 


25 


Medium 


1 


4 



PIT LIGHTING UNIT 




A well-built unit, suitable for lighting railroad 
repair-shop pits, automobile service pits, hydraulic 
lifts, viaducts, tunnels and under-passes. Can be 



mounted on surface by means of lugs, or built into 
side walls. 

Made of cast iron, painted black. Heat-resisting 
refracting lens is protected by heavy tinned wire 
guard. Water-tight and dust-proof construction. 
Reflector is steel, porcelain-enamelled white. Sup- 
plied with porcelain medium base socket. 

Boxes are tapped at both ends for 3^^-inch conduit. 
Available tapped -K-inch, if specified, at no extra 
charge. 



CoK 
No. 


Price 

Each 


Lomp 
Watts 


Dimensiot\s (Inches) 


Std Pkg 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


Qty 


Wt 


S715 


$29 63 


100-150 


12H 


SVs 


6K 


1 


24 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL© ELECTRIC 



162 



PORCELAIN WALL AND CEILING FIXTURES 





No. 7317-73)8 7327-7329 



No. 5434 




No. 7365-7366 





No 7315-7316 7343-7344 



No. 5432 




No. 7025-7026 





No 7333 





I 



® 



• -I r^o 



I 



V 



\^ 



No. 7233-7234 
7235-7236 






«. . k 



No. 7261-7263 



No. 7200-7201 
7208-7209 



Cot. 
No. 



5432 
5434 

7025 
7026 
7200 

7201 
7208 
7209 
7233 
7234 

7235 
7236 
7261 
7263 
7315 

7316 
7317 
7318 
7327 
7329 

7333 
7343 
7344 
7365 
7366 



Price 
EacK 



$0 90 
90 

1 70 

2 20 
2 50 



3 
2 
3 
3 

4 

4 
4 



5 
1 



00 
70 
20 
75 
20 

20 

60 



5 35 



70 
10 



1 35 
1 35 
1 60 
1 35 

1 35 



1 20 
1 35 

1 60 

2 IS 
2 40 



D«»cription 



Replacement white opal shade 
Replacement white opal shade 

White FKsrcelain bracket 

White porcelain bracket 

White jx>rcelain bracket with shade. 

White porcelain bracket with shade 
Black porcelain bracket with shade 
Black porcelain bracket with shade. 
White porcelain bracket with shade. 
White porcelain bracket with shade 



As 7233, but with convenience outlet 
As 7234, but with convenience outlet 
White porcelain with shade; two sockets 
Black porcelain with shade; two sockets 
White porcelain holder 



White porcelain holder 
White porcelain holder 
White porcelain holder. 
Brown porcelain holder 
Black porcelain holder 



Socket 



White porcelain ceiling light 
White porcelain holder 

White porcelain holder , 

White porcelain bracket with shade I 

White porcelain bracket with shade 



Keyless 

Turn-Sw. 

Keyless 

Turn-Sw. 

Keyless 

Turn-Sw. 

Keyless 

Pull-Chn. 

Keyless 

Pull-Chn. 
Keyless 
Keyleu 
Keyless 

Pull-Chn. 

Keyless 

PullChn. 

Keyless 

Keyless 

KeyleM 
Keyless 
Pull-Chn. 
Keyless 
Pull Chn. 



Lamp 

Warn 



Dim*nfioni (lr>ch«>) 



60 
60 

60 
60 
60 

60 
60 
60 
60 

60 

60 

60 

2-60 

2-60 



60 



60 
60 



Fitter Diomefer length 



2H 

2\ 



■A 



2H 

3H 

3H 
3»i 



4 
4 



3 

3H 
4^ 

4^ 

54 

5H 

5'/2 
4'2x7i^ 

4 '1^x7 H 

4'x<!x7'<; 

4'2x7h 

434x11 

434x11 



5H 



5'4 



6 
6 

3H 
3H 
5 

5 
S 
5 

7^ 
7H 

7'^ 

7I2 

SH 



2H 



8 
8 



Std 
Pkg 

36 
2' 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



163 



EQUIPMENT FOR R.40 AND PAR-38 LAMPS 





No. 1947 



Nq. ES40A, ES40C 






No. HRL45, SU5 



No. 30R 




No. 3948 



No. 3955 



No. 3948 

Indoor stand for R-40 and PAR-38 lamps. 
Adjustable to any angle. Finished in polished 
chrome. Complete with shell push-through socket, 
and 6 foot cord and attachment cap. 

No. 3955 

Weatherproof stand for outdoor use with PAF^-38 
lamps. May be adjusted to any angle. Finished in 
copper with cadmium plated trunnion support. 
Supplied with porcelain socket, 6 foot cord and 
attachment cap. 

Coloured Lenses 

Available in standard non-heat resisting glass for 
indoor use, or in heat resisting glass for outdoor use. 
Four colours are available; Green, Amber» Red and 
Blue. 

Lens Holder Rings 

Two types are available; ES40A for PAR-38 
lamps, and ES40C for R-40 lamps. 

No. 30R— Grare Shield 

Prevents direct viewing of PAR-38 lamp, a 



concentrates its beam. Interior is finishe<l in 
dead-black, e.xterior polished aluminum. 

No. 1947— Clamp-Type Holder 

A handy, inexpensive holder whi< h clamps easily 
to chairs, beds, tables, etc. Extension arm 6*2*^ 
long; has ball joints at each end for complete 
flexibilit\. For use with reflector type R-40 lamps. 
Supplied with 6-font rubber cord an 1 attachment 
cap. 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 

$2 30 
2 00 
2 50 

5 85 \ 


30R 

1947 
3948 
395S 


ES40A 


90 


ES40C 


.90 


•HRL45 
*SL45 


.90 

30 1 



Detcriotion 



Glare Shield for PAR-38 lamps 

Clamp-type Holder 

Indoor Stand 

Weatherproof Stand for 

PAR-38 lamps 

Lens Holder Ring for 

PAR-38 lamps 

Lens Holder Ring for 

R-40 lamps 
Heat Resisting Lenses .... 
Standard Lenses 



Srd Pkg 



Qty 



1 
1 
1 



1 
1 

1 



Wt 



1 



'A 
H 



•Specify colour desired- Green. Amber Red or Blue. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



1 



164 



'' SPOT- O- LITE" LINE 

FOR R-40 AND PAR-38 LAMPS 





No. 5565 





No. 5571 



No. 5574 



No. 5576 






No. 5560 



No. 5570 



No. 5575 



This line of indoor type spotlights provides many 
answers to the problem of hitihlighting special 
displays and show windows. 

Construction 

The heavy cast iron base can be screwed or 
bolted to any flat surface, or if desired will attach 
directly to 314" ^r •*" outlet boxes. All types 
except No. 5576 are equipped with a sturdy universal 
swivel. A streamlined housinij finishrd in brushed 
alumiivum is furnished with all units except No. 
5560. Supplied with porcelain socket ^nd wired 
with leads only, except .No. 5560 and 5570 which 
are supplied with 6-foot rubber cord and plug. 

No. 5560 — Spotlight Stand 

Ideal for economicalK liighlighting special dis- 
plays or show windows. .Also suitable for use with 
reflector t\ pe heat-lamps, sun-lamps and photo- 
floods. 

No. 5565— Down-Lighting Unit 

A ceiling mounted unit for sjjotlighting sj>ecial 
mrrrhandise. 

No. 5570 — Spothght Stand 

.An exceptionally smart, streamlined stand for 
highlighting displays. 

No. 5571 — Suspension Type Spotlight 

For highlighting SjX'cial merchandise on counters 
or in shadow boxes. Standard over-all length, 30 
inches. 



No. 5574 — Suspension Type Spotlight 

Similar to No. 5571 except that swivel is located at 
side of housing, to permit highlighting of shadow 
bo.xes and v^ertical displays. 

No. 5575— Wall Mounting Spotlight 

.Although designed as a wall bracket type, this 
spotlight with truncated housing is suitable for 
many applications. 

No. 5576— Flexible Arm Spotlight 

Designers, architects and up-to-the-minute store 
owners will find many uses for this unit. The 15' 
flexible arm permits the user to create his own styles 
to suit a variety of purposes. 

Accessories 

All streamlined housings except the truncated 
typ)e (No. 5575) will accommodate No. 5587 con- 
centric ring louver, with or without No. 5586 
coloured lens. (See next page). 



Cat 


Price 


Stondord fo<kagm 


No. 


Eoch 


Qty 


Wt 


5560 
5565 
5570 

5571 

5574 
5575 
5576 


$ 4 50 

9 00 

9 00 

11 00 

n 00 

9 50 

10 00 


6 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 


9 
2 
2 
3 

3 
2 
3 



CANAIHAN 
GENERAL © ElECTRIC 



165 



RECESSED "SPOT-O-LITES" 

FOR R-40 LAMPS 





ci^! 






No. 554S 



No. 5580 



No. 5581 



No. 5582 



No. 5583 



No. 5548 — Adiustable Enclosed Down-Lighf 

An excellent unit for highlighting displays. The 
square face plate is 12" wide for incorporation in 
continuous rows of recessed fluorescent fixtures. The 
lamp is inserted in gimbals which permit a 30 degree 
adjustment in any direction. Face plate finished in 
white baked enamel. 

No. 5580 — Adjustable Enclosed Down-Light 

For flush mounting where ceiling depth is limited. 
Gimbals permit 30 degree adjustment. Ceiling ring 
finished in polished chrome. 

No. 5581 — Adjustable Open Down-Light 

For flush mounting where ceiling depth permits 
free circulation of air. Gimbals permit 30 degree 
adjustment. Ceiling ring finished in polished 
chrome. 



No, 5582— Fixed Enclosed Down-Light 

For flush mounting where ceiling def>tii is limited, 
iling ring finished in polished chrome. 



No. 5583 — Fixed Open Down-Light 

For flush mounting where ceiling depth permits 
free circulation of air. Ceiling ring finished in 
polished chrome. 



Cot 


Price 
Each 


Oimensions (Inchei) 


Standard Package 


No. 


Opening 


O.A.Deprh 


Qty 


Wt 


5S48 
5580 
5581 
5582 
5583 


$24 00 
20 00 

8 00 
11 00 

4 50 


10 X 10 


8 
9 
7 
8 
8 


1 
1 
2 

1 
2 


5 
5 
5 
3 
4 



SPOT- O- LITE ACCESSORIES 






No. 5584 



No. 5585 



No. 5584— Clip-On Holder. 

Suitable for all recessed Spot-0-Lites. May also 
be attached to R-40 lamps when used in No. 5560 
spotlight stand. Accommodates No. 5585 concen- 
tric ring louver and No. 5586 coloured lens, either 
in combination or separately. 

No. 5585 — Concentric Ring Louver 

Provides good lamp shielding. Used with No. 
5584 holder. 

No. 5586 — Coloured Lens 

For dramatizing displays or creating the seasonal 
touch. Used with No. 5584 holder or No. 5587 
louver. Available in red, amber, green or blue. 




No. 5586 




No. 5587 



No. 5587 — Concentric Ring Louver 

For use with all streamlined housings (except 
truncated type No. 5575) shown on previous page. 
Held flush with outer edge of housing by spring steel 
clips. .\o. 5586 coloured lens can be used with this 
louver. 



Cor. 

No. 



5584 
5585 
5586 
5587 



Price 
Each 



$1 40 

1 25 
60 

2 00 



Standard Packoge 



Qty 



3 
6 

12 
6 



Wf 



5 
5 
5 
5 



5587 2 00 6 5 

When ordering No. 5586 coloured lens, specify whether red. amber, green 
or blue colour i« required. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL© ELECTRIC 



166 



LUMILINE BRACKETS 




No. R-3160, R-3162 








fi 



w 




No. LB-1200, 18-1800 



No. 3172 



Ni. K-4700 



No. 6035 



Na. LB-1 800-2 



No. LB-1 200, LB-1800 

A very shallow fixture, only J/g" deep, suitable for 
surface mounting. Used extensively on either side 
of mirrors, and in restaurants and hallways, where 
the effect of height is desired. Bevelled sides and 
ends. Finished in polished chrome. Suitable for 
mounting over No. 1104 switch box. Where an 
octagon outlet box is used, a special plate to cover 
the box will be supplied, on request, at no extra 
charge. No. LB-1800-2, accommodating two lamps, 
is similar to No. LB-1800 except for width. 

No. 3172 

A surface niounting bracket with curved ends, 
recommended for use on either side of round mirrors 
or other modern curving type of architecture. 
Finished in polished chrome. 

No. K-4700 

A quality design with its narrow length and 
recessed round back-plate (4^" diameter) for 
covering 33^ " or 4" outlet box. Finished in polished 
chrome. 



No. 6005 

Consists of a plain metal box for use under 
kitchen cupboards, in coves, or any other concealed 
areas. Supplied with }^" knockouts in back and 
ends. Finished in baked white enamel. 

No. R-3160, R-3162 

Reflector type bracket for surface mounting over 
bathroom mirrors. Suitable for directing light to 
special displays, bulletin boards, etc. Finished in 
polished chrome. 



Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
L'gthdns.) 


Lamp 

Worn 


Dimensions (Inches) 


No. 


Length 


Width 


Depth 


LB-1200 
LB-1800 
LB-1800-2 
K-4700 

R-3160 

R-3162 

3172 

6005 


$4 20 

4 70 
7 00 

5 60 

5 60 

6 50 
5 20 
3.20 


12 
IS 
18 
18 

12 
18 
18 
18 


40 

60 

2-60 

60 

40 
60 
60 
60 


14 
20 
20 
19 

14 
20 
20 
20 


2H 

2H 
4.4 
2 

3 4 

34 


3 
3 

• ■ • • 

1^ 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



167 



STAGE -LIGHTING EQUIPMENT 





B-450 




OH-1000 





MS-1500 



MH-IOOO 



H-150 



B450 

Perkins Baby Spot, fitted with A]i" condenser 
for maximum illumination. Fitted with easy 
change slide type colour frame. 

C450 

Colour Frame for B450 Baby Spot. 

MH 1000 

Perkins Incandescent Spot-Flood Lamp, with 6" 
lens, for use with 500-VV. to 2000-W. lamp. Made 
of heavy iron, mounted on aluminum casting, and 
is completely air cooled, to prolong lamp life. Easy 
focusing with holder for metal colour frames. 
Complete with hanger. 

MS 1500 

Perkins Incartdescent Spot and Flood Lamp. 
Consists of MH 1000 Spot Hood mounted on 
heavy duty floor stand. Complete with 25' cable 
and connector. 

OH 1000 

Perkins 1000-1500-W. Flood type Olivette, for 
use where professional type stage lighting is required, 
with grooves for colour frames, equipped complete 
with hanger. 

OS 1500 

Perkins 1 000-1 500-\V. Flood type Olivette, hood 
mounted on telescopic pipe stand with large wheel 



base that prevents upsetting. Can be raised, 
lowered and tilted, and despite the exceptional 
ventilation there are no light leaks. Furnished 
with 25' cable and connector. 

H 150 

Colour Wheel. 6" hole, 6 space, 5 colours inserted, 
for use with MS and MH type units. 

F 1820 

Colour Frame, wood, 18" x 20", made in two parts, 
will not split, for Xos. OS 1500-OH 1000 Floods. 

1820 

Colour Frame, metal, as above. 

S 1000 

ColourFrame, 6"x8".6"hole, single colour frame, 
for use with MS 1500-MH 1000 Spots. 



Cor. 

No. 


Price 
Each 


Standord Package 


Qty 


Wf 


B4S0 
C450 

F1820 
H150 

MHIOOO 
MSI 500 
OHIOOO 
OS 1500 
SIOOO 
1820 


$20 50 

1 00 

2 00 
15 50 

73 00 
97 00 
40 00 
62 00 
1 30 
3.20 




8 
1 
S 
6 

18 

45 

18 

45 

2 

5 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^® ELECTRIC 



168 



DAZOR "FLOATING" LAMPS 




■ / 

Bracket Model 




Desk Model 






Clamped to 

horizontal 

surface 



Screwed to 
llonting 
surface 

Universal Model 



Screwed to 
vertical 
surface 



Float your light exactly where you want it ... as 
quickly and easily as you move your arm. The 
Dazor Floating Lamp stays put without further 
adjustment or locking. Raise, lower, push or pull 
it; swing it through an arc; twist or turn it at an 
angle^ — wherever you stop the reflector it ''stays 
put" until you change the position. The Dazor 
floating principle is entirely different from that of 
any other lamp, providing true finger-tip control 
for maximum convenience. It is the answer to 
efficient localized lighting — either fluorescent or 
incandescent. 

Floating Arm 

A strong spring force, acting through a shifting 
fulcrum and parallelogram on both sections of the 
double-arm, equalizes the varying forces exerted by 
the arm, thereby balancing the arm in any position. 
This is a patented feature found only in Dazor 
Floating Lamps. The spring mechanism is entirely 
enclosed within a housing near the base. A choice 
of four bases, suitable for virtually any application 
on walls, drawing boards, desks or floors is avail- 
able. 

Universal Model 

With this combination base the lamp may be 
clamped or screwed to an>' surface- — horizontal, 
sloping or vertical. The base is provided with three 
holes for mounting with screws; when thus screwed 
in place, the stud, clamping lug and wing nut are 
not used. A base pad, to prevent the scarring of 
fine surfaces, and wood screws for mounting are 
furnished with each unit. 



Pedestal Model 

A heavy iron base, 12* in diameter, gives stability 
to this portable floor-type Dazor lamp. Pedestal 
measures 39" from floor to arm-hinge at top of 
pedestal. This model is especially adapted to 
offices, doctors' quarters and homes. 

Desk Model 

The weighted base of this Dazor Lamp does not 
require fastening down, permitting it to be placed 
anywhere on a flat-top desk, table or other horizon- 
tal surface; can be moved as desired. 

Bracket Model 

A goose neck iron bracket forms the base of this 
Dazor model. Fastened to underside of drawing 
board by screws, it leaves upper edge of board clear 
for T-square, instruments or rolled cover. 

NOTE: After mounting lamp, the standard that 
supports the arm should be adjusted to a vertical 
position; otherwise arm tends to rotate to low point 
of arc. 

Finish 

The standard Dazor finish is statuary bronze 
baked enamel. Inner surfaces of reflectors are 
white baked enamel. 

CSA Approval 

All Dazor lamps are approved by the Canadian 
Standards Association, but must not be used in 
locations where they may be subjected to oil. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



169 



DAZOR "FLOATING" LAMPS 




Fluorescent Pedestal Mode 



FLUORESCENT PEDESTAL MODEL 
Using Two 15 Watt Fluorescent Lamps 

The Fluorescent Pedestal Model is an alUpurpose 
floor lamp, especially suitable for shops, physicians' 
offices, studios and homes. It is handy in the sick- 
room for nurses' use, or as a patient's night lamp. 
Reflector is 18^4 inches long. Ballast is installed in 
the base- 
Equipped with 2-conductor No, 18 POSJ midrip 
brown cord, extending 8'9'' from the base, and a No, 
7701 rubber cap. 

FLUORESCENT UNIVERSAL MODEL 
Using Two 15 Watt Fluorescent Lamps 

The Fluorescent Universal Model fastens to 
practically all types of factory or machine shop 
equipment: lathes, drills, presses, shapers, milling 
machines, assembly benches, inspection tables^ 
To repair benches in jewellery, engraving, radio, 
typewriter and bicycle shops , . , to tables or walls 
in dental, medical and chemical laboratories ... to 
drawing boards , . , to business machines, desks, 
tables and files in offices , . , to desks and work 
benches in priv^ate homes and basements. The 24" 
arm extension is recommended for average-size 
benches, machines, desks and stands; the 34" for 
drawing boards, executive desks and large working 




areas. Reflector is 18*^^ inches long. 
Ballast is installed in housing beneath 
the spring mechanism. 

Equipped with 2-conductor No, 1 8 
POSJ midrip brown cord extending 8'9" 
from the base, and a No. 7701 rubber 
cap. 



FLUORESCENT BRACKET MODEL (Not Illustrated) 
Using Two 15 Watt Fluorescent Lamps 

The Fluorescent Bracket Model provides con- 
venient, easily directed light for architects, drafts- 
men and artists. The goose-neck base attaches 
with screws to under side of drawing board, leaving 
top of board entirely free of obstruction. T-square 
may be used along upper edge and board cover may 
be rolled into hollow of the goose-neck fitting. 
This base is also adaptable to certain benches and 
machines. Reflector is 185^4 inches long. Ballast is 
installed in housing beneath the spring mechanism. 

Equipped with 2-conductor No. 18 POSJ midrip 
brown cord, extending 8'9" from the base, and a 
No. 7701 rubber cap. 



\ 














Cat. 


Price 
Each 


* 
Cycles 


Power 
Factor 


Arm 
Ext 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 



PEDESTAL MODEL 



P-2234~16 I $52 30 



60 



95 



34' I 1 



32 



UNIVERSAL MODEL 



P-2124-16 
P-2134-16 



34 80 
34 80 



60 
60 



95 
95 



24' 
34' 



1 
1 



10,4 

10 > 2 



BRACKET MODEL 



p_2434-16 



34 80 



60 



95 



34 



12 



♦110 Volt. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



170 



DAZOR "FLOATING" LAMPS 





Fluorescent Desk Model 



Incandescent Desk Model 



FLUORESCENT DESK MODEL 
Using Two 15 Watt Fluorescent Lamps 

The Fluorescent Desk Model is portable, re- 
quiring no screws or clamps; base is weighted to 
support the floating arm in any position while rest- 
ing on any level desk, table or stand. Convenient 
for flat-top desks of executives, architects, account- 
ants, clerks. For slanting surfaces, such as drawing 
boards, specify the Universal or Bracket Model. 
Reflector is 18^ inches long. Ballast is installed in 
the base. 

Equipped with 2-conductor No. 18 POSJ midrip 
brown cord, extending 8'9" from the base, and a \o. 
7701 rubber cap. 



INCANDESCENT MODELS 
Using One 40 or 60 Watt Lamp 

These lamps have the same broad applications 
as outlined for the corresponding fluorescent models. 
They are serving assemblers, inspectors, mechanics 
and repairmen. They are popular with architects, 
engineers, draftsmen, artists, chemists, amateur 
and professional photographers. They have many 



uses in offices in connection with adding machines, 
mimeograph machines, and similar equipment, and 
in homes. The 24" arm extension is recommended 
for average-size benches, machines, desks and 
stands; the 34" for drawing boards, executive desks 
and large working areas. 

Equipped with 2-conductor No. 18 POSJ midrip 
brown cord, extending 8' 9" from the base for the 
24" arm, and 7' 10" for the 34" arm; and a No. 7701 
rubber cap. 



FLUORESCENT DESK MODEL 



Cat, 


Price 


* 


1 
Power 


Std Pkg 

Arm 1 


No. 


Each 


Cycles 


Factor 


f*^ Qty Wt 


P-2324-16 


$44 80 


60 


95 


24' 1 23 



INCANDESCENT MODELS 



Cat 


Price 
Each 


Model 


Arm 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Ext 


Qty 


Wt 


3124-S 
3134-S 
3234-S 
3324-S 
3434-S 


$19 20 
19 20 
37 SO 
27 00 
19 20 


Universal 

Universal 

Pedestal 

Desk 

Bracket 


24' 
34' 
34' 
24' 
34' 


1 
1 


6 

6 

2^ 

24 

8 



•no Volts. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



DESK AND STUDY LAMPS 



171 




No. 7057 



No. 7057A 



Well made with cast base, 12" fl»xit,le arm aiifl 
steel rertector. Xeat appearance, easy to clean, 
adjustable to an\ [)osition. I inish.-d in sprayed 
bronze. Wired complete wiih push-thrf>u',ih socket. 
Reflectors come in two styles - KeclanKuIar anri 
Parabola. 



Cot, Price 


lamp 
Warts 


Reflector 
1 Style 


Srondord Package 


No. 1 Eoch 


Quantify 


Weight 


7057 $4 50 
70S7A 5 40 


40-60 
40-60 


Parabola 
Rectangular 


1' 
1 


6 
6 




An attractive, modern desk lamp. Well constructed 
and finished in a durable bronze plate. Wired 
COTT ' - with -through srxjkct and 6'Ujot 

rubber covered cord -set. 




A V(Tsahl<% ( L'lTM (i-r)ri si u<ly limp 

for use ovw (tifuv im;i( hincs and dcsktt 

* * 

I'inislu'd in an ,ii i r,i( i jxi- bron/e filate. 
Swinp:inK cross-arm extends ovrr desk 
I'J" and is 12" ;ih<>Vi- rftsk lop. Dia- 
meter of shadr lll-y. 



Cat. 
No. 

7221 


Pric« Srondord Package 

Eoch ^ 

Quantity Wejyht 

$1H 00 I 8 




This is a distinrtivejy d ! Hijorebrrnt rlei»k 

lamp which will apfK-al to the mobt diw riminatin^ 
taste. Ihe K^'nerous desij^n of the reflector amurftn 
glare-free li}^ht over the entire workin}< area. 

StunJily constructeij of hij{h-j<rarJe mat/rrialf», 
finished in hronzft plate. lj)w centre of ;<ravity 
prevents tit <^>verall ! t, l.S inch<h; . h 

of r< or, 19 inch' Suf>plied wirerj, complete 

with low jxmer-factor ballast, manual startinjf 
switch, and 6-friot rubb<fr cord and pluj(. 

For 6() cycle, 110-125 volt of>eration r>nly. 



H». 




Cot. 

Hi. 

744C 




Lamp 



1-lS 






1 



t1 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL Q ELECTR IC 



172 



KONDU BRACKETS AND LANTERNS 






No. 2778 




No. 2678 



No. 1084 



No. 3480 




No. 502 





No. 503 



No. 504 






No. 3277 



No. 3374 



No. 509 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



173 



KONDU BRACKETS AND LANTERNS 




No. 5374 




No. 5360 



Fabricated from cast sections, this equipment 
combines sturdy construction and utility, with an 
appreciation of authentic detail and artistic charm. 

ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS 

To ensure accurate filling of your order please 
supply the following information in addition to the 
catalogue number. 

Finish 

Brackets and lanterns can be supplied in black, 
green, Swedish iron or bronze finish. If color is not 
stated black will be supplied. 



Material 

IVIade of cast iron. Bronze and aluminum can be 
supplied as special, prices on application. 

List Prices 

Prices shown apply to either 3^"- 4", 5" or 6 
holders. State size required. 

Gloss 

Clear pebbled, clear sanded, amber pebbled and 
amber sanded. Amber opalescent may be supplied 
if desired, at a slight additional cost. Please state 
color when ordering. Globes not supplied. 

Length Overall 

For lantern brackets, is the distance from top of 
spear to bottom of spear, knob or stem, and in 
globe brackets, from end of knob or spear to top of 
globe holders. 

Lantern Size 

This size is from top of roof to bottom of lantern 

frame or flange. 

Socket Base 

Brackets arc supplied with Ys" or }4" standard 
nipples. If desired }/2" nipples can be supplied. 

Wiring 

All brackets and lanterns are wired and supplied 
with sockets. C.S.A. approved. 



Cat. 
No. 



502 
503 
S04 
509 

1084 

2678 
2778 
3277 

3374 
3480 
5374 
5380 



Price 
Eoch 



$ 9 00 

5 40 

5 40 

13 SO 

10 80 
22 50 
22 50 
21 00 

39 00 
60 00 
33 00 

48 00 



*DIo meter of 
Holder (In.) 



3H, 4, 5 & 6 
3K. -* 

314,4. 5*6 



Woll 


Plate (In.) 


6H 
4 X S\4 

4Hx 6H 
4H X 9 


4H X 9H 
434 X 914 


S]4 
7H X 1514 
5K X 6 a 
Sli X 6 A 



•Where more than one holder diameter is available, specify size required. 
tSize of glass panel 6' x 2^". 
JExtension from wall. 
A Canopy size. 



Wall to 
Center {In,} 



9 

4M 
4J4 
7 

4Ht 

7H 

7H 
8 



12 



Size of 
Lantern (In.) 



6Hxl2i2t 
514 X 8 
5Hx 8H 
4% X 9 

7^x iOH 

10 X 20'-2 

7»ixlOH 

9H X 14 H 



Overall 
Height (In.} 



6 

eH 

15 

12H 
15 

10 ^ 

20 

25 
19 
36 
36 



Ship. 
Weight 



8 

4 

4 

10 

5 
10 
10 

8 

13 
19 
13 
20 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



174 



THE GOTHIC LANTERN LINE 




No. 2520—2521 



No. 2518 




No. 2519 

Waafherproof Oufiide Wall Lantern 



No. 2516—2517 



These lanterns are designed to harmonize with 
formal Gothic architecture. Panels are of amber 
glass, and metal parts are finished in bronze- No. 
2516 and 2517 are equipped with a downlight re- 



flector, and louver to prevent direct viewing of the 
light source. Four 60 watt lamps on a separate 
circuit provide suitable illumination of the side 
panels. 



Cot. No. 



2516 
2517 
2518 
2519 
2520 
2521 



Price Each 



$240 00 

290 00 

90 00 

120 00 

15 00 

28 00 



tamp 
Worn 



(1)300-14)60* 

(1)500-(4)60* 

100-150 

100-150 

100 

200 



Approx Dimemiont (In.) 



Length 



31 
38 
19 
19 
5 
6 



Width 



12 
15 
C 
6 
10 
14 



Overall 
Suspension (In.) 



144 

144 

30 



Ship. 
Wt 



60 
80 
25 
20 
8 
12 



*Two circuits 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ EiECTRIC 



175 



THE STALACTITE LINE 





No. 2503 





^<^* im^LAff 



No. 2502 



No. 2505 



No. 2500—2501 



No. 2504 



Cot. No. 



2500 
2501 
2502 
2503 
2504 
2505 



Prica EacK 



$180 00 
140 00 
28 00 
18 00 
44 00 
65 00 



A tastefully designed line of fixtures for fine 
church lighting. Glassware is ivory in color. Metal 
work finished in wrought iron. 



Lamp 
Watts 



(1)300- (4) 60* 
(l}200-(4)25* 
100-150 
100-150 
200-300 
100-150 



Approx Dtmemions (tn.) 



Length 



28 
22 
19 

9 
22 

24 



Width 



28 

22 

6 

6 

10 
8 



Overall 
Suspension (In. 



48 



30 
48 



Ship. 
Wt 



50 
40 
10 
6 
20 
12 



*Two circuits 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



176 



THE CYLINDRICAL LANTERN LINE 




No. 2511 



No. 2510 




«-l 


[^^-^liiV 


i '' 


( ^M 


1 


I 




No. 2509 



2506 
2507 
2508 



No. 5557 
Outside Wall Lantern 



Modest >'et fine-appearing fixtures for smaller 
churches and chapels. Glassware is amber in color, 
and metal parts are finished bronze. The outside 
wall lantern is of copper construction. 



Cot. No. 


Price Each 


Lamp 
Wottj 


Approx Dimensions (In.) 


1 Overall 
Suspension (In.) 


Ship. 


Length 


Width 


Wf 


2506 


$110 00 


(1J500-(3140* 


20 


12 


60 


35 


2507 


9S 00 


(l)300-(3)40* 


16 


10 


60 


30 


2508 


64 00 


100-150 


13 


8 


60 


25 


2509 


42 00 


100 


10 


10 


• • 


15 


2510 


46 00 


100 


9 


6 


• • 


15 


2511 


5 50 


40 


6 


5 


' 9 


2 


5557 


90 00 


100 


14 


6 


• » 


15 



♦Two circuits. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



177 



THE GOTHIC GLASS LINE 





No. 2525 




-?v 





No. 2522 




No. 2523 
Weatherproof Outside Wail Lantern 




No. 2526 



No. 2524 



No. 2527 



These fixtures consist of totally enclosed lighting 
glassware, decorated to simulate ornamental metal 
work. They are ideal for churches, chapels, and 



public buildings, where both cost and appearance 
are important. Glassware is ivor>- in color. All 
metal parts are finished in handsome wrought iron. 





Price Each 


Lamp 

Worn 


Approx Dimensions 


(in.) 


Overall 
Susper\sion {\n.] 


Ship. 
Wt 




Cat. No. 


Length 


Widttf 








C 


OMPLETE LANTERNS 










2522 
2523 
2524 

2525 
2526 
2527 


$24 00 

32 00 
26 00 
36 00 
90 00 
54.00 


100-150 
100-150 
100-150 
(2) 60 
300-500 
300-500 


12 

15 
16 
12 
37 
24 


6H 

6H 
13 
24 

lOj^ 


30 

48 
48 


10 
12 
12 

15 
30 
20 








REPI 


LACEMENT GLASSWARE 










KS 

K7 
KIO 


S 50 
11 00 
28 00 


60 
100-150 
300-500 


8 
12 

18 


5 

10 li 


• • 


5 

8 
12 





CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



178 



NEON AND ARGON GLOW LAMPS 



NEON GLOW LAMPS 



Neon Glow Lamps are low voltage lamps of the 
gaseous discharge type. They are ideal as indicators 
for appliances, wiring devices and industrial ap- 
paratus because they require little power, can 
operate on standby battery or generator service, 
and stand up under shock and vibration. 

These lamps glow with a distinctive orange-red 
color, making the use of colored cover glass unneces- 
sary. They have a dependable long life of approxi- 
mately 5000 hours, and operate very reliably — when 
normal life is ended, they do not suddenly fail. 
Practically no heat is given off, since current 
consumption is very low. 

Neon glow lamps are made in a variety of sizes 
and wattages to meet every need. They are nor- 
mally usable on A.C. or D.C. circuits. On Direct 
Current only one electrode (negative) glows, pro- 
ducing approximately the same light output as the 
combined electrodes on Alternating Current. 

Bayonet Base Lamps (except NE-53) 

These lamps are supplied without series resistor 
in base. External means must be provided to 
limit current to normal amount. External resistors, 
to be supplied by user, should be of the values 
marked "EX" in column "Series Resistance,'' for 
operation at rated voltage. 

Screw Base Lamps (and NE-53) 

Required series resistor for operation at the 
rated voltage is mounted within base. See values 
marked "IN" in column "Series Resistance." Lamps 
may be operated at higher circuit voltages by use 



of suitable external resistors supplied by user — 
see below. 

Operation of Neon Glow Lamps on Higher Voltages 

Since Glow Lamps operate at low values of 
current it is practicable to apply them to higher 
voltage circuits using external resistors to absorb 
the added voltage. The table below gives the recom- 
mended values for four voltage ranges. The resistors 
must be suitable for the voltage applied and have 
capacity to dissipate several times the nominal lamp 
watts. 

OHMS VALUE POI EXTIRNAL tlSISTOftS POR 
CIRCUIT VOLTAGES 



Glow 
Lamp 


250 to 
300 V. 


300 to 
375 V. 


375 to 
450 V. 


450 to 
600 V. 


NE- 2 


750,000 


1,000,000 


1,200,000 




NE-51 


1.600,000 


NE-45 


82,000 


120,000 


150,000 




NE-53 


200,000 


NE-57 




NE-48 


110.000 


150,000 


180,000 




NE-17 


240,000 


NE-30 


13,000 


18,000 


24,000 


33.000 


NE-32 


18,000 


24,000 


30,000 


39.000 


NE-34 


9,100 


13,000 


16,000 


22.000 


NE-36 


11,000 


16,000 


20,000 


27,000 


NE-40 


6,200 


8,200 


11,000 


16,000 


NE-42 


8,200 


1 1 ,000 


13,000 


18,000 



ARGON GLOW LAMPS 



Description 

These glow lamps contain an argon gas mixture 
and produce light as a glow covering the electrodes. 
The color is a pale blue-violet and the light output 
is small. They find use as light sources principally 
m companion use with neon glow lamps as a second 
color to the neon red. 

These lamps are also sources of near ultraviolet 
radiation. Their small size, low operating tempera- 
ture and simplicity of. operation are desirable 
characteristics. The near ultraviolet energy is of 
the nature which causes many materials to fluoresce 
and is highly actinic, making the lamps useful 
in some photo processes. 

While the visible light is in relatively narrow lines 
the ultraviolet is in broad bands that provide almost 
continuous energy from the limit of the visible to 



the region where the glass envelope no longer 
transmits. 

No danger of ultraviolet burns of the eyes or skin 
is involved in the use of these lamps as the dangerous 
short radiation is not present and, of course, the 
total energy is low. 

Life 

Like the neon glow lamps these argon-filled 
lamps have a low rate of depreciation. The argon 
lamps are shorter lived and approximate values for 
average useful life for the 23^2-watt lamps are 2000 
hours and for the 3^-watt lamps are 1000 hours. 
These are in terms of use of the visible light output. 
The useful life as ultraviolet sources is less — aver- 
age useful life (to 50% of initial output) for the 
23 2-watt lamps is 750 hours and for the >i-watt 
lamps is 150 hours. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



179 



NEON AND ARGON GLOW LAMPS 





NE-30 
NE-56 



NE-32 




NE-2 NE-51 






NE-57 



NE-17 NE-48 
NE-53 
AR-4 





NE-34 
AR-1 



NE-40 




NE-36 
AR-2 



NE-42 



ELECTRODE SHAPES 



• • 




W-11 



PW-27 PW-S 






P-2 



BASE DESIGNATIONS 









s.c. 

Bay. Min 



D.C. 
Bay. Cand 






Cand 
Screw 



Medium 
Screw 



Sk D.C. 
Bay. Cand 



Worn, 

Nominal 



1 
1 

1 
2 
2 
3 
3 



1/25 

1/25 

H 
H 

Va 
H 
H 



2H 
H 



Cot. 

No. 



Price 
Each 



Descripfion 



Volts 
(Circuit) 



*Bulb 



Base 



Electrode 



Max. 
O.A. 



Shape Length 
(Inches) 



Approximote 
Starting t 
Voltage 



A.C. 



D.C. 



Series 

Resistance 

Ohms 



Pkg Qty 




CLEAR NEON LAMPS 



Average useful life, approximately 5000 Koors (except NFZHl 



NE- 2 
NE-51 
NE-45 
NE-48 
NE-53 

NE-57 A 

NE-17 

NE-58 

NE-30 

NE-32 

NE-56 
NE-34 
NE-36 
NE-40 ♦ 
NE-42 



$0 



12 
15 
60 
53 

83 

60 
68 
60 
60 
68 

60 
,75 G 

83 

.90 D 
.98 



lOS-125 
105-125 
105-125 
105-125 
105-125 

105-125 
105-125 
210-250 
105-125 
105-125 

210-250 
105-125 
105-125 
105-125 
105-125 



T- 2 
T- 3M 

T- 4H 
T- 4>2 
T- 4>2 

T- 4H 
T- 4M 
T- ^2 
G-10 
G-10 

G-10 

S-14 
S-14 
S-14 
S-14 



Unbased (Wire Term.) 
S.C. Bay. Min. 
Cand. Screw 
D.C. Bay. Cand. 
D.C. Bay. Cand. 

Cand. Screw 
D.C. Bay. Cand. 
Cand. Screw 
Medium Screw 
D.C. Bay. Cand. 

Medium Screw 

Medium Screw 

Sk. D.C. Bay. Cand. 

Medium Screw 

Sk. D.C. Bay. Cand. 



W-U 

W-U 

P-3 

P-3 

P-3 

PW-27 
PW-27 

P-3 
PW-5 
PW-5 

PW-5 
P-2 
P-2 
P-4 
P-4 



1 ' let 

\y% 

iH 

iH 
iH 
iH 

2 he 

2 1 16 

2'<6 
3K6 

3 He 



65 
65 
65 
65 
65 

55 

55 
65 
60 
60 

60 
60 
60 
60 
60 



90 
90 
90 
90 
90 

70 § 
70 § 
90 
85 
85 

85 
85 
85 
85 
85 



200,000 EX 

200,000 EX 

30,000 IN 

30.000 EX 

30,000 IN 

30,000 IN 
30,000 EX 
100,000 IN 
4,800 IN 
4,800 EX 

40.500 IN 
3,500 IN 
3,500 EX 
2.200 IN 
2.200 EX 



100 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



CLEAR ARGON LAMPS 



For average useful life, tee previous page. 



AR-1 
AR-2 
AR-3 
AR-4 



$0 75 

.83 

.68 

75 



105-125 
105-125 
105-125A.C. A 
105-125A.C. A 



S-14 
S-14 
T-4 M 
T-4}2 



Medium Screw 
Sk. DC. Bay. Cand. 
Cand. Screw 
D.C. Bay. Cand. 



P-2 
P-2 
P-3 
P-3 



3^6 



65 
65 
80 
80 



90 

90 

115 

115 



2,650 IN 
2.650 EX 
15,000 IN 
15.000 EX 



10 
10 
10 
10 



1000 
100 
100 
100 
100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



100 
100 
100 
100 



♦Bulbs are designated by a letter to indicate shape and a figure to indicate 

the approximate diameter in eighths of an inch. 
tApplies to a new lamp. •» i 

tThe 1%' dimension is for glass parts only; the lamp has wire terminals 

which extend '*i«"'. 
ACentre electrode connected to base shell. ^ ^ .. jj .• i 

DNE-34 and NE-40 are supplied with red sprayed finish at additional 
charge of 8 cents each. 



so that centre electrode is 



SD.C. starting voltage is for lamp connected 

negative. 

♦Upper electrode connected to base shell. 
^Average useful life of NK-2 is in excess of 25,000 hours when operated 

uith 200.000 ohms series resistance on 10S-12S volts. 
AMay be operated on 135-volt D.C. circuit?. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



180 



McGILL LAMP GUARDS 






No. 1400 

Locking Type 
with ReBector 



No. iiZ5 

Locking Type 
less Reflecfor 



No. 1429 

Protector-O 
Open Guard 



LOXON LOCKING LAMP GUARDS 

Breakage and theft take a heavy toll from users 
of large numbers of lamps. To stop breakage a 
sturth- guard is necessary. To stop theft an effective 
lock is required. The Loxon line does this double 
dut\ at a ver>' small original cost. These dual- 
purpose lamp guards are made for all types of 
sockets. They are quickly and easily attached to 
the socket and locked with a kc\', one of which is 
furnished with each dozen guards. All guards are 
made of steel, heavih- tinned. 




Lamp 
Wattage 




Wt Lbi 
Per Doi 



WtTHOUT REFLICTOR 



1420 
1420 A 

1 4 208 

1426 
1428 A 

14288 

2444 

2446A 

2446B 




25—40* 
25 — 40* 
25—40* 

60—100 
60—100 
60—100 

200 
200 
200 




2H 
3 

2H 
3 

3 
3 

314 



WITH TINNED STEEL REFLECTOR 



1400 


$1 20 


1401A 


1 20 


1443 


1 20 


1444 A 


1 20 



25—40' 
25-^0* 
50—75 
50—75 



Brass 
W. P. 
Brass 
W. P. 



3H 
3H 
4M 
4H 



mA^^^^'^l^^^ '-^*°" Guards are availabi*— Cat. No. 2216. Price, each $0 10 

•Also for 50-wait rougii service and .SO-watt mill tvpe 

All numbers follow-ed by -.a; r oof socket with bottom 

beadmefl«,irm«f l»uto t'l^mc ameter. 

All numbr 1 by 'B ' fit any weatherproof socket with bottom bead 

measur;..,^ . ,« ...che« m extreme diameter. 

PROTECTOR-O LAMP GUARDS 

Open-bottom guards which p>ermit quick and 
easy removal or insertion of lamp, vet fullv protect 
lamp. Heavy tinned finish. 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Lamp 
Wottoge 


Fits 
Socket 


Wt Lbi 
Per Doz 


1429 
1432 


$0 80 
.80 


25—75 
25--7S 


Brass 

W. P. 


2H 
2H 





No, 1436 

Crescent 
Wall Guord 




No. 1600 

Non-LockIng Type 
less Reflector 



No. 1610 

Non-locking Type 
witti Reflector 



GRIPON NON-LOCKING LAMP GUARDS 

Same style as Loxon type except they have plain 
screws instead of locking device for attaching to 
sockets. 

Made for both regular and mill type lamps and 
for brass shell and weatherproof sockets. Heavy 
tinned finish. 




Wt Lbi 
Per Dai 





WITHOUT REFLECTOR 




1608 
1608 A 
1608B 


$0 70 

.70 

70 


25—40* 
25—40* 
25—40* 


Brass 
W. P. 
W. P. 


2H 
3 


1601 
1603 A 
1603B 


80 

SO 

.80 


60—100 
60—100 
60—100 


Brass 
W. P. 
W. P. 


234; 
3 


1605 
1606 A 
1606B 


90 

90 

.90 


100—200 
100—200 
100-200 


Brass 
W. P. 
W. P. 


3 
3 

3H 



WITH TINNED STEEL REFLECTOR 



1610 
I611A 
1620 
1621A 




25—40* 
25—40* 
50—75 
50—75 



Brass 
W.P. 
Brass 
W. P. 



3H 

3\4 

4H 
4H 



•Also for 50-watt rough service aad SO-watt mill type tampa. 

.VII numbers followed by "A" fit any weatherproof socket wiUi bottom 

bead measunnn I'w to t"i« inches in nc diameter. 

All numbers lollowt-d by B" fit any w. . icx.t ><xk.t with bottom bead 

measuring 1 % inches in extreme diameter. 



CRESCENT WALL GUARDS 

These guards have a closed cage with steel wire 
ribs and stamped rings, copper plated. Key hole 
slots in base rings for attaching or detaching. 
Designed to fit S}4" and 4* outlet boxes. 



Cat. 
No. 



1436 
1438 



Size 
Price I Q„^|^, 

Eoch i BoJ( On.) 



$1 35 

1 40 



3U 
4 



Lamp 

Wottage 



60 

100 



Inside 

Diam. 
(Inches) 



3H 



Depth 
(IncKei) 



614 



Wt lbs 
per Doz 



6M 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



181 



McGILL PORTABLE LAMP GUARDS 



RUBBER OR WOOD HANDLE GUARDS 




Furnished with or withtjut rt-nrctor. Available 
either with [)!ack rubber or black w(kkI handle, 
equipped with 66()-watt socket. IClectricalK 

weicJed steel caKe, bright cadmium alIo\ [>latin5^. 



RUBBER HANDLE 



Cat. 
No. 



f rice 
Each 



WOOD HANDLE 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Each 



lamp Length 
Wattage (In.) 



Wl 

Ea 
Oi 



CLOSED CAGE — WITHOUT REFLECTOR 



7000* 
7000S 
7000 M* 
7000 MS 




8000* 
8000 S 
8000 M' 
8000 MS 



$3 00 


3 60 


2 80 


3 40 



40-100 
40 100 

SO 

50 



14 
14 
123.< 

12's 



22 
22 
19 

19 



CLOSED CAGE — WITH REFLECTOR 



7000R* 


13 20 


8000R* 


$3 20 


" 40-100 


14 


22 


7000 SR 


3 80 


8000 SR 


3 80 


40-100 


14 


22 


7000 MR* 


3 00 


8000 MR* 


3 00 


; 50 


12^^; 


19 


7000MSR 


3 40 


8000 MSR 


3 40 


il 50 


12', 


19 



OPEN CAGE — WITHOUT REFLECTOR 



7001' 


$3 20 


8001* 


$3 20 


25-100 


12 


22 


700 IS 


4 00 


8001S 


4 00 


25-100 


12 


22 


7001 M* 


3 20 


8001 M* 


3 20 


50 


103, ' 


19 


7001 MS 


3 SO 


8001 MS 


3 SO 


50 


10'4 


19 



OPEN CAGE — WITH REFLECTOR 



7001 MR* 
7001MSR 



$3 40 8001MR* $3 40 I 50 
4 00 11 8001MSR| 4 00 u 50 



IDS 
10'^ 



19 
19 



•These Kuards can be 3U[)plied with KruundiriK attachment at a small increase 

in price. 
The letter "S' denotes socket with switch or lever. 
The letter "M" denotes guards with a small cage designed especially for the 

50 w.itt rough service lamp. 
Replacement sockets; No. 400.i keyless \*o 4fK).S uith switch 



BULLDOG PORTABLE LAMP GUARDS 




Cage of best grade steel wire, copper plated, with 
hook. Hardwood handle is rigidly attached to 
cage. May be had with either Levolier universal 
lever socket or kevless socket. .Adafited for any 
size lamp cord. Weight 19 ounces. 



Cot. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Coge 


Lomp 
Wattage 


Length 
(Inches) 


Socket 


4675 
4000 


$4 50 
4 00 


Closed 

Closed 


25-100 
25-100 


1514 


4004 Lever 
4003 Keyless 



NATIONAL PORTABLE LAMP GUARDS 




No. U50R 



Noi. 1450. 1451, 1452 



HeaviK tinned steel cage. Kquipped with 
composition keyless sfx:ket \o. 400.? titted with 
spring contacts firniK embedded in han<Ile, making 
a solid, durable, light wiight, one-piece guard. 
Suitable for both niili and standard t>pc lamps. 



Cot. 
No. 



1450* 
1450R' 
1451 
1452 



Price 

Each 



$3 50 
3 90 
3 20 
3 80 



Cage 



Plain Open 
Rcflcc. Open 
Plam Open 
Plain Open 



lomp 
Wattoge 


length 
Inches 


15-40 

15-40 

25-75 

1 40-100 


11 



Weight 
Ounces 

14 
IS 
17 
20 



♦Takea SO-watt rough service A-19 lamp. 

SAFETY VAPOUR-PROOF PORTABLE GUARD 




This strong, portable, sealed lamj) guard is water- 
tight, dust-tight and moist ure-[)roof. Ihr plastic 
handle .md filjre cage are shock-proof and non- 
sparking. A rubber gasket [)laced between the cage 
and handle absorbs all stress and strain. [>reveniing 
breakage. The heavy glass [iroti'cting glo[)e elimi- 
nates possibility of breakage f)f the lamp bulb 
inside from si)lashing liquids. Iking air-tight these 
guards are perfectly safe for use where vapour and 
dust inhised air is f)revalent. They have no equal for 
safet\-, service and convenience around flour mills, 
paint booths, finishing rooms, airports, warehouses, 
food processing plants, ship\ards, aboarrl ships, and 
many other places. 

The \o. 3007 has plastic cage. No. 3006 has 
a heavily tinned, electrically welded wire cage. 
Equipped with No. 400.? ke>iess socket. 



Cof. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Cage 


Lomp 

Warn 


Wt 
Oi 


3006 
3006 R 
3007 
3006G 


$8 00 

8 50 

9 00 
1 50 


Steel. Open 
Steel. Refl'tr 
Fibre. Open 
Globe Only 


40 
40 

40 

• • > « 


25 
26 
23 



SOCKETS FOR McGILL PORTABLE GUARDS 



Cat. 
No. 



4003 

4004 
4005 



Pries 
Each 



$0 



40 
90 
90 



Deicription 



Black Composition Keyless 
Levolier with Fibre Lever 
Levolier with Fibre Lever 



Watti 



660 
660 
660 



CANAJJIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



182 



PORTABLE LAMP GUARDS 



FEDERAL PORTABLE LAMP GUARD SETS 




No. 500 Series 

Consists of Flexco guard, hook, inside reflector, 
No. 2/18 Type SJ cord (in lengths Hated), Federal 
rubber attachment cap and Federal safety handle 
grip with keyless socket. Lamp size, 25-60 watts. 

No. 600 Series 

Same as No. 500 Series, but with push-through 
socket in handle, and No. 2 18 Type S cord. 




500 SERrES LAMP GUARD SETS 



525 

535 
550 



$3.90 

4 65 

5 85 



25 ft. Cord 
35 ft. Cord 
50 ft. Cord* 



24 
24 
24 



60 
72 
96 



600 SERIES LAMP GUARD SETS 



625 
635 
650 




25 ft. Cord 
35 ft. Cord 
50 ft. Cord* 




78 

96 

126 



RENEWAL PARTS ONLY 



500 

600 

1350 
1375 

250 



$1 50 

2 10 

1 00 

1 00 

20 



Safety Handle with Keyless Socket for 

No. 500 Series. 
Safety Handle with Push Through Socket, 

for No. 600 Series. 
Flexco Guard with Reflector. 
Flexco Guard without Reflector. 
Attachment Plug Cap. 



♦Longer lengths on application. 



BUNGHOLE SAFE-T-LAMP 




The Bunghole Safe-T-Lamp is a vapour- proof 
lighting unit for inspecting gasoline, oil. chemical 
and other drums used for explosives. Made of non- 
sparking metal throughout. Furnished with a 
15-watt, 120- volt T7 intermediate base clear lamp. 
Overall length 30". Outside diameter 13^". Cord 
not suppHed. 



Cat. 


Price 
EacK 


Description 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qfy 


Wt 


6146 
6157 


$20 00 
40 


Complete 
1 Cover Globe only. 


1 
1 


5 



SAFE-T-LITE PORTABLE EXTENSION LAMPS 




Available with or without reflector. Black 
rubber handle equipped with 660 watt socket. 
Closed wire cage is made of Jg" cadmium plated 
wire. Will accommodate 100-watt lamp. Supplied 
complete with guard, socket, handle, and strain 
relief. 




SAFE-T.LITE COMPLETE 



6141 I $1 60 Less Reflector. 

6142 ! 2 15 With Reflector. 



1 
1 






RENEWAL PARTS ONLY 



6147 


$0 85 


Handle only. 




■ ■ > . 


6148 


95 


Guard only. 


1 


• ■ > • 


6149 


20 


Socket only 




. ■ . > 


6150 


10 


Strain Relief only. 




. . . ■ 


6151 


45 


Reflector only. 




— 



SAFE-T-LAMP VAPOUR-PROOF EXTENSION LAMP 




A serviceable vapour-proof lamp for use in areas 
containing combustible vapours, gases, acids and 
water. Black rubber handle, extra thick glass 
globe, porcelain socket, cadmium i>lated wire cage. 
Will accommodate 100-watt lamp. Supplied com- 
plete with guard, handle, socket, globe and strain 
relief. 



Cat. 


Price 
Each 


Description 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty Wt 






SAFE-T-LAMP COMPLETE 




6144 


$7 00 


Complete. 


1 3 






RENEWAL PARTS ONLY 





6152 
6153 
6154 
6155 
6156 



$2 


80 • 


2 


SO 


1 


10 




40 




10 



Handle only* 
Guard only. 
Globe only. 
Socket only. 
Strain Relief only. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



APPLETON PORTABLE REELITES 



183 






PORTABLE TYPES 

An automatic reeling device for exten- 
sion light cords. The light is always 
available within arm's reach and no 
time is lost in untangling cords or 
plugging in for new extensions. Each 
reel has a ratchet stop which works 
exactly like a window shade. Cover 
plate fits 3}4 " or 4" outlet boxes. Finish 
is light grey enamel. Supplied with 
No. 16 gauge, 2-conductor cord. 

MACHINE TOOL TYPE 

This Reelite is equipped with a con- 
nector body so that any portable 
electrical tool or device can be attached. 

Finished in light grey enamel, with 
base for attaching to 3)J^" or 4" outlet 
box. Supplied with 25 feet of No. 16 
gauge, 2-conductor cord, 

WALL BRACKET 

This bracket is recommended for 
wall mounting of Portable Reelites. 
^Ia\' be ordered separately or with 
Reelite. at an addition of S2.50 to price 
of Reelite. 




WITH 12 FEET OF CORD — 5 4 tNCH REELITE 




1533 
1534 



Without Wiring Device 
Brass Shell Key Socket 
Composition Key Socket 




WITH 25 FEET OF CORD 



7V« INCH REELITE 



WITH 40 FEET OF CORD — 10 INCH REELITE 



1519 I $37.25 I Without Wiring Device I 1 



WITH 50 FEET OF CORD — 10 INCH REELITE 



1520 I $40 00 [ Without Wiring Device | 1 



MACHINE TOOL TYPE 



1523 , $38 .10 1 With Connector Body 



WALL BRACKET 



1538 $2 50 



For 5H. 7J4 and 10* diameter 
Reehtes. 



4 
5 
5 



1524 


$24 25 


Without Wiring Device 


II2 


8 


1525 


27 50 


Brass Shell Key Socket 


IV2 


8 


1526 


27 50 


Composition Key Socket 


iH 


8 


1530* 


27 50 


Without Wiring Device 


m 


8 



13 



14 



8 



8 



Rating— 250 volts. 660 watts. 

*Equipped with No. 16 3-conductor cord. One conductor grounded to frame. 

tLiftinx capacity. For devices attached to cord of Reelite listed abovp. 



APPLETON RETRACT- O- REEL 



The Retract-O'Reel is a light weight all cast 
aluminum balancing reel used for supporting 
portable tools, air and electrical devices weighing 
up to 10 lbs. Reels support light weight drills, 
screw drivers, assembly tools, etc, directly over 
production line while operator is otherwise engaged. 

The Appleton Retract-o-Reel embodies the follow- 
ing features: 

1, The newly designed wire grip stopper employs 
a wedge type principle of gripping, which 
insures extra long life for the wire rope, while 
assuring a positive grip — no set screws to 
injure or break the wire rope even with constant 
operation. 

2- The end of the wire rope is furnished with an 
eye loop made of a swaged-in thimble, per- 
mitting quick tool connection. 

3. The Retract-o-Reel turns on self-lubricated 
oil-less bearings* 

4. Furnished with 6 feet, preformed wire rope, 
rubber bumper, cable clamp, and thimble in 
swaged eye loop* 

RETRACT-O-REEL HAND WHEEL 

Hand wheel fits tension adjustment stud on 
Retract-o-ReeK It affords safe and quick spring 




tension adjustment for proper balance especially 
after reel servicing. 



Cat, 


Price 
Each 


Too) Weight 


Rope in Feet 


Net Wt 


No. 


Max Min 


Active Inactive 


Eoch 







RETRACT.O'REEL 






B21-51 
B21-71 
B21-81 
821-101 


$35 00 
35 00 
35 00 
35 00 


5 

7 

8 

10 




5 
7 
8 


6 
6 

5 





1 

4^ 


6 lbs. 
6 lbs. 
6 lbs. 
6 lbs. 



RETRACT-O-REEL HAND WHEEL — EXTRA 



A1-B21 I $2.50 I For Tension Adjustment, 



8 oz. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



184 



WIRE CONNECTORS; McGILL LAMP CHANGERS 



MARR INSULATED CONNECTORS 





Suitable for both fixture and wiring work. Wires 
are rigidly held in brass insert by set screw. Bakelite 
insulating cap screws on quickly and easily. Xo. 1 
has capacity of from two No. 18 to three Xo. 14 
and one No' 18 wires. No. 2 has capacity of up to 
five No. 12 solid wires. 

No. 5 has porcelain insulating cap in place of 
the bakelite cap. It is for use only where excessive 
heat is present. No. 550 is supplied with bakelite 
cap, and is approved for 600 volt circuits. 




SIMPLEX AND CONEX CONNECTORS 





Cot. 
No. 


Price 
PerC 


Deicriptjcn 


Std Pkg 
Quantity 


SIMPLEX PORCELAIN CONNECTORS 


Normal 
Medium 


$2 70 
2 30 


For general wiring . 

For close fixture work. . . 


100 
100 


CONEX BAKELITE CONNECTORS 


2 
3 


2 30 
2 00 


For general wiring 100 

For close fixture work. . . 100 



CHANDELIER CHAIN 




Made of steel. Finished bronze or brushed brass. 
Length of link, 2". 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Per C Yds 


Description 


Std Pkg 
Yordt 


81 as 

8188 


$22 00 Brass 
22 00 ; Bronze 


100 
100 



BUCHANAN LOK-SEAL CONNECTORS 



^ 



fm 



A solderless connector for quick splicing of wires. 
Crimping tool exerts equal, four-sided pressure on 
splice cap that draws the cap and conductors into one 
solid mass. Insulator is supplied with locking ring, 
to ensure permanent attachment. No. 2004 cap 
with No. 2005 insulator has capacity of from two 
No. 18 to three No. 12 wires. 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 



Description 



Standard Package 



Quantity 



Weight 



BUCHANAN LOKSEAL CONNECTORS 



2004 
2005 



$ 1 70 C 
2 00 C 



Splice Cap 
Insulator 



1000 
1000 



2'2 



CRtMPING TOOL 



S-10 I $12 80 Ea. I For No .2004 1 1 



McGILL LAMP CHANGERS 




McGill Adaptable Lamp Changers are supplied 
with a coil spring around the ends of the finger tips. 
This coil spring grips the lamp firmly and makes 
it much easier to remove. 

This changer has the adfled safety feature of 
insulation. A \%" insert of insulating material 
prevents any possible shock or injury should the 
lamp changer come into contact with live wires. 

Steel poles are available. They come in 5-foot 
sections, and should be ordered according to the 
length of pole desired. F^or example, "one 15-foot 
pole." Poles longer than 30 feet are not recom- 
mended. Prices of changer heads do not include 
poles. 



Cot. 
No. 



Price 
Each 



Detcription 



Lamp 
Wottoge 



Wt 
Lbi 



LAMP CHANGER LESS POLE 




Angle Adjustment 
Angle Adjustment 
No Angle Adjustment 
No Angle Adjustment 



15-60 

100-200 
300-500 
750-1500 



2 

2 
2 
2 



STEEL POLE ONLY 



$4 50 I 5 foot Section 



I 2 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



185 



FIXTURE PARTS AND FITTINGS 



HICKEYS AND CROWFEET 






Mafleoble 
Iron HicWey 



Pressed Steel 
Fixture Hickey 



Crowfoot 
3" Diameter 



Cot. 


Price 
Per C 


Description 


Std Pkg 


No. 


Qty 


Wt 







MALLEABLE IRON HICKEYS 






1453 

1454 
1455 
1463 


$9.30 
9.30 
9.30 

21.50 


H" X h" 

H" X H" 

3 8" X ^s' 


100 
100 
100 
100 


20 
20 
20 
20 



PRESSED STEEL FIXTURE HICKEY 




CROWFEET 



48 


$3.80 


Tapped for 


H" 


Iron Pipe 


100 


50 


48A 


3.80 


Tapped for 


H" 


Iron Pipe 


100 


SO 


48B 


S.40 


Tapped for 


'h" 


Iron Pipe 


100 


50 


48C 


7.00 


Tapped for 


I2" 


Iron Pipe 


100 


SO 



FLEXIBLE ARMS 




Ruggedly constructed with smooth action. Brush 
brass finish. No. 154 has ^ inch Iron male thread 
each end* No, 540 has % inch iron male thread 
each end* 



Length 
Inches 



Cot. 

No. 



Price 
Each 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Eoch 



8 


154-8 


$0.90 


540-8 


$1.1^^ 


9 


154-9 


1.00 


540-9 


1.20 


10 


154-10 


1.05 


540-10 


1.25 


12 


154-12 


1.10 


540-12 


1.30 


15 


154-15 


1.25 


540-15 


1.45 


18 


154-18 


1.65 


540-18 


1.85 


24 


1 54-24 


2.20 


540-24 


2.40 



SHADE HOLDERS 

Brushed Brass Finish 





No. 119 

For Porcelain or Weatherproof 

Sockets 



No. 1264 
For Bross Shell Sockets 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Per C 


Socket 


Fitter 


Std Pkg 
Quantity 


119 

1264 


$28 50 
17 90 


Porcelain 
Brass 


2%' 


100 
100 



BRASS NIPPLES 

Made of brass tube, brushed brass finish, 





Straight Nippte 




Close Nipple 



SKd Pkg 
Quantity 



STRAIGHT BRASS NIPPLES 



88-G 
88-H 



$ 8 70 
12 00 



H " It X 1" long 
H'lr xaMong 



100 
100 



CLOSE BRASS NIPPLES 




H 
H 

Vi 



Ir X Yi' long 
Ir X %' long 
Ir X 1 ' long 
Ir X 1 M ' long 
K'lrxlH'long 
i^'Irx BiMong 
\i'lTx2 'long 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



LOCKNUTS AND BUSHINGS 





Locknut 



Reducing Bushing 



Cat, 
No. 


Price 
Per C 


Description 


Sfd Pkg 
Quantity 


LOCKNUTS — STEEL 


50515 


1 $ 1 20 3^* Iron pipe size 


100 



REDUCING BUSHINGS 



STEEL 



842-A 


$10 00 


843-A 


9 30 


S44-A 


6 30 



5^' to Vi' Iron pipe size 
3/|' to I'i' Iron pipe size 
M' to H' Iron pipe size 



100 
100 
100 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



186 



THOMPSON LAMP LOWERING HANGERS 




Cut-oway view of Model L-241 disconnected and partially lowered 

Thompson Hangers in all types of installations, 
indoors and out, bring the fixture down to the man 
instead of sending the man up to the fixture. This 
is logical and results in absolute safety. There is 
no electrical hazard as the fixtures are disconnected 
when lowered, and there are no ladder or climbing 
hazards, no scaffolds, platforms or slings required. 

The Thompson Hanger is essentially a latching 
type, overhead disconnecting switch and a fixture 
lowering and raising device combined. It consists 
of two members, upper and lower. 

The upper member, carrying a pair of upper 
contact assemblies to which the current feed wires 
attach, is firmly secured to the supporting structure. 
The lower member carries the engaging lower 
contact assemblies, wired to the lighting fixture 
which it supports. 

The entire operation of unlatching and discon- 
necting, lowering and raising, positioning, re- 
connecting and latching, is a simple manual one by 
means of the regulated pull and release on the small 
chain or cable used to lower and raise the fixture. 



Elecfrical CharacterisHes 

Thompson Hangers are divided into two definite 



types from the standpoint of the Electrical 
Characteristics. 

1. The two-pole hanger in various models for 
heavy service, both indoors and out, where single 
circuits of two wires only are required. These 
hangers are Underwriters' rated and approved for 
15 amperes at 600 volts, 30 amperes at 250 volts 
A.C., and 20 amperes at 250 volts D.C. 

2. The 3-Way 4-VVire hanger with four poles, in 
various models for indoor use only, are Underwriters' 
rated and approved for 15 amperes at 115 volts, 
1]/2 amperes at 230 volts A.C., on each circuit. 
They can be used for any combination, such as 
two circuits 3-wire leaving one pole blank, two 
circuits each 2-wire, or three circuits 4-wire. 

Both types are designed for multiple and parallel 
circuits commonly found. They are not recom- 
mended for high tension series use, as there is no 
provision for shunting across the line when the 
hanger is disconnected in lowering. The two-pole 
hangers, are, however, used in series work within 
their capacity range, when separate manual shunts 
or IL transformers are provided. 

They mav be used anywhere that open fixtures 
are permitted BUT SHOULD NOT be used in 
hazardous locations where vapor- or explosion-proof 
fixtures are required. 

The two- pole hangers are suitable for single or 
group clusters of incandescent or fluorescent fixtures 
with 2-wire primary circuits, or single mercury 
fixtures, when wired to the 2-wire secondary circuit. 

The 3-\Vay 4-Wire hangers are particularly 
suitable for combination mercury-incandescent fix- 
tures, double or triple mercury fixtures, or double or 
triple fixtures where individual control is desired for 
regulating lighting intensity or color combinations. 

Construction 

All hangers in the 100 series have solid, one-piece 
canopies only. Hangers in the 200 series have 
two-piece, removable, medium depth canopies. This 
arrangement facilitates wiring and permits ease of 
inspection and cleaning. These hangers are recom- 
mended for very dirty locations indoors. 

Two-pole hangers (100 and 200 series) are sup- 
plied with canopy drilled for %" conduit entrance. 
For open wiring, a removably inserted, 2-hole, 
threaded porcelain bushing secured by a ^'' locknut 
is provided. Four-pole hangers (300 series) have 
canopy drilled for %" conduit, locknut connection. 

All load-carrying parts, except the manganese 
bronze latchdog, are malleable iron or steel, cadmium 
plated or galvanized. Everdur or Olympia bronze 
sheave axle screws, nuts and washers. Lock beam 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL a ELECTRIC 



Lin«yrir>og.>«-j^"..::/Vv- *#T^^tJr-v..y .tr.---r.»c^-?.^f^Mi.rnTJ^r^irT^^ 



187 



THOMPSON LAMP LOWERING HANGERS 





No. L-Ul 




No. L-183 



No. L-245 



Stem is of interrupted rib design for accurate pos- 
itioning and greater rigidity. 

Finishes 

Standard finish, baked black japan on sheave 
housing, canopy and spring housing. 

Cadmium-plated or Hot-dip Galvanized finishes 
are also available and will be furnished when so 
specified. These special finishes also include silver- 
plated contacts, cadmium-plated latchdog and 
cotters. To order, designate by adding to the 
hanger catalogue number, suffix letter SA for 
cadmium or SB for hot-dip galvanized finish, and 
add $4.00 to the price. Other special colors or 
finishes quoted on request. 




TWO POLE FOR SINGLE 2-WIRE CIRCUITS 



L-141 
L-143 
L-145 
L-137 

L-181 
L-1S3 
L-185 
L-177-SB 

L-241 
L-243 
L-24S 



$28 00 

28 00 
31 00 
35 00 

31 00 

31 00 
34 00 
42 00 

29 20 
29 20 

32 20 



Open face 
Semi-end. 
Seal type 
Comb. Seal 

Open face 
Semi-encl. 
Seal type 
Comb. Seal 

Open face 
Semi-encl. 
Seal type 



1 -piece Med. 
<< It 



t« 



1 -piece Deep 



14 



4 t 
it 



2-piece Med. 



Indoor 



tt 



Outdoor 






Indoor 



f ( 



<< 



If 



8 
8 
8 



8 
8 
8 
8 

8 
8 
8 



*FOUR POLE FOR TWO CIRCUITS 2.WIRE 



L-321 
L-323 
L-325 



$36 00 
36 00 
39 00 



Open face 
Semi-encl. 
Seal type 



1 -piece Med. 



i ( 



it 



a 



n 



Indoor 



>i 



10 
10 
10 



*AUo 2 circuit, 3-wire or 3 circuit. 4-wire. 



NOTES 



1. When ordering, be sure to specify whether 
hangers are to be chain or cable operated in order 
that correct swivel dead-end fittings will be fur- 



nished. If chain is to be used, specify size in order 
that hanger stems may be reamed to correct size. 
Mention of the fixture make and type to be used 
with the hangers assists in checking chain size and 
type of adapter to be supplied. 

Every installation of Thompson Hangers requires 
the use of some accessories, such as pulleys, chain 
or cable, lock boxes or grip cleats, etc. Such equip- 
ment must be ordered separately. Complete 

information on request. 

2. Ail Thompson Hangers in the 100 and 200 
series are supplied with standard fixture connecting 
adapter type F with i^" male pipe thread, unless 
otherwise specified. 

All Thompson Hangers in the 300 series are 
supplied with standard fixture connecting adapter 
type M with X" male pipe thread unless otherwise 
specified. 

The following adapters, all interchangeable, will 
be substituted on specification with no change in 
price per hanger. Add to the hanger catalogue 
number, the letter shown before the adapter type 
desired. 



GVr 

H - 

J - 
K - 

HH- 

M - 

N - 



-14" female pipe thread (for 2-wire 
hangers only). 

-H" female pipe thread (for 2-wire 
hangers only). 

-Swing suspension eye only. 

-Swing suspension eye and S-hook. 

-Crowfoot with ^" cap screw and lock 
washer. 

-Double hook for double bail suspended 
fluorescent or cold cathode fixtures. 

■H" male pipe thread (for 4-wire hangers 
only). 

-H" female pipe thread (for 4-wire 
hangers only). 

(Continued on next page) 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



188 



THOMPSON LAMP LOWERING HANGERS 







L601 



L602 



L605 



L606 



1607 



L419 



1611 



L612 






L613 



L6U 



L615 



(CooHnued from previous page) 

3. Radial Adjustment Adapter. Type R, can 
be supplied with all Thompson Hangers for use with 
bail or voke suspended, angle type reflectors and 
floodlights. Add the letter R as a suflix to the 
hanger catalogue number, and $6.00 to the price 
per hanger. 

4. Hangers in the 100 and 200 series can be 
supplied with spring housing provided with bakelite 
conductor cable clamps, for carrying the weight of 
conductor cable. Particularly desirable when adap- 
ters tvpes H. J. K. HH and R are used with the 
hangers. The standard spring housing of the 500 
series hangers is provided with two drilled and 
tapped bosses to receive two pairs of conductor 
cable clamps. To order, add 1000 to the standard 
catalogue number and S2.00 to the price. 

5. ,A.ll Hangers, e.xcept Catalogue Nos. L-157, 
L-177 and L-llTT, can be furnished with the duplex 
arrangement of upper member — that is. the sheave 
housing separated from the canopy and with flange 
plates attached to each, for connecting with a H' 
conduit stem of length to suit the installation. 
Conduit stem is not furnished. 

This arrangement eliminates the necessity for 
long drop stems below the hanger and also makes 
possible turning the sheave housing to any desired 
radial angle to the canopy and its wiring entrance. 

To order, add 2000 to the standard catalogue 
number, bringing the number to the L-210q series 
for one-piece canopy hangers, L-2200 series for 
two-piece canopy hangers, and L-2300 for the 
3-wav 4-wire hangers. Add to the price per hanger, 
$3.00 for black Vp^n finish, or $3.40 for plated 
finish to match hanger. 

PULLEYS 

Thompson pulleys are designed primarily for use 
with Thompson Hangers and for interchangeable 
use with various types of suspension accessories. 
Thev are closely shrouded and the wheel groove is 



L616 



Example, L1611 



deep so thev may be used safely with chain, with 
cable from H Tiller to as small as ^' diameter, or 
with rope ^o" diameter or smaller. Housings and 
wheels are malleable iron, wheels cadmium plated. 
Axle rivets are Everdur or Olympia Bronze. 



Cat.' 



Price 
Eoch 



Description 



Std Pkg 



Qty I Wt 



CORNER PULLEYS 



LGOl 

LG02 

L60S 
L606 

L607 



$4 

4 



00 
20 

80 

60 



6 60 



Open face 

Open face with porcelain insula- 
tor knobs 

Open face hinged, bolted UTJC... 

Open face hinged. Hinge plate 
has *4 ' male pipe thread 

Seal t>'pc, threaded for %' con 
duit, V centering notch and 
bolt hole spacing to take U- 
bolts for suspension from 1 H '• 
1 ? 2 ' P*P^ brackets 



1 

1 



2 
2 



FILLER BLOCKS 




Malleable iron, to fit V notch of 
comer pulley L607 and hang- 
ersL137,L177 andL1177. For 
use with pipe bracket mounting 




STRAIGHT THROUGH PULLEYS 



LGtl 
L612 



$3 40 

3 60 



L613 


4 40 


Lei4 


4 60 


L615 


4 40 


L616 


S 20 



CK^erhung pulley 

Overhung pulley with porcelain 

insulator knobs 

Under and overhung pulley 

Under and overhung pulley with 

porcelain insulator knobs 
Overhung pulley, hinged. Bolted 

type 
Overhung pulley, hinged. Hinge 

plate has ^4 ' male pipe thread 







•AU pulleys except hinged types No«. LAOS. L606. L61S arid L61^ ^ 
b€ equipped unth H' female flange plate No. 626 tor attachment to H 
pipe drop stem, or to Thompson gravity mispciicion fittings 641 axia 
combination fittings 645. 646, Mh and 649. For thu aasonbly add 1000 
to pulley number and increade price 11.40. 

tAU pulleys except hinged types Nos. L605 Le06 L615 and 1.616 can be 
equipped with a H' male flange plate No. 627 ^'>^a"**^^'?5n^^,\** J\, 
standard female pipe flange or to Thompson beam clamps 630. 6Jl. wo 
and 638. For this aMembly add 2000 to pulley number, and increase pnce 
SI. 80. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



189 



THOMPSON LAMP LOWERING HANGERS 



BEAM CLAMPS 






63 

Thompson Beam Clamps permit suspension of 
Hangers and many devices from structural steel 
members, without drilling. They ma\- be used with 
the various Hangc plates direct when attached to 
horizontal members. 

The gravity suspension fittings are used separately 
or with the beam clamps to permit vertical sus- 
pensions from sloping or arched surfaces of struc- 
tural members. Parts are malleable iron, cadmium 
plated or hot-dip galvanized. 



Cot. 


Price 


No. 


Each 


622 


$1 90 


623 


2 40 


630 


2 80 


631 


3 20 


636 


6 40 



Description 

Hanger flange plate, tapped for 3^' 

pipe 

As No. 622, but with ^4" close nipple. 
Beam Clamp t3! 2' to 5^ 2" flange 

width) 

Angle Beam Clamp, For use with 
angles 3 " x 3' to 5' x 5", Flanges 

not over ^ s * thick 

Adjustable Beam Clamp (4 " to dji" 
flange width i 



Wt 
Lbs 



1 
1 

1 








Cot. 


Price 


No. 


Each 


637 


$8 60 


638 


6 80 


639 


8 50 


640 


5 80 


641 


3 20 


642 


5 00 


650 


7 80 


651 


8 20 



Description 



Beam Clamp No. 636 with hanger 
flange plate No. 623, and hanger at- 
taching bolts 

Beam Clamp (4*^ to 8" flange width) . 
Beam Clamp No. 638, with hanger 
flange plate No, 623, and hanger at- 
taching bolts, . 

Gravity Suspension with 4-hole top 
plate. Complete with hanger flange 
plate No. 622 and hanger attaching 

bolts 

Gravity Suspension with ^' standard 
pipe thread both ends, for use with 
beam clamps Nos, 630, 631, 636 and 

638 

Gravity Suspension No. 641 with han- 
ger flange plate No. 622 and hanger 

attaching bolts 

Beam Clamp No, 630 and gravity 
suspension No, 642 with hanger at- 
taching bolts 

Angle Beam Clamp No. 631 and grav- 
ity suspension No. 642 with hanger 
attaching bolts 



Wt 
Lbs 



3^ 
3 



1 
2 
3 
3 



A complete line of Beam Clamps and hanger accessories is available* Prices 
on request. 



CHAIN AND MISCELLANEOUS FITTINGS 




Cat. 
No. 



35 
33 
31 
40 
50 
4 




No. 675 



No. 690 






No. 694 



No. 695 



Cut Link Type No. 691 



CHAIN 



FITTINGS 





Maximum 


Price 


Fixture 


TOO ft. 


Weight 




(lb>) 


$14 DO 


25 


16 80 


50 


17 20 


70 


26 40 


25 


38 00 


60 


34 00 


50 



Type 
of Chain 



Arc Lamp* 
Arc Lamp* 
Arc Lamp* 
Sashf 
Sasht 
Machine^ 



Weight 

TOO ft. 

(lbs) 



7 

9 

12 

7 

12 

13 



Tensile 
Strength 



550 
725 
915 
550 
800 
750 



♦Cut link steel. 



tCut link bronze. 



JW'elded link steel. 



Cot. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Descrtption 


Wt 
Lbs 


675 

690 

691 

694 
695 


$0 60 

50 

2 40 

70 
70 


Span Wire Clamp, malleable iron, gal- 
vanized. With bolts and nuts. Two 
required for a hanger* one for a puHey. 
Grip Cleat for securing free end of 
operating chain. 

Lock Box, open chain or cable type for 
bolting to pole or building face. 
Hook, for link or cable loop, galvanized. 
Locking staple, for link or cable loop. 


H 
H 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



190 



FLOODLIGHTING FOR RECREATION CENTERS 



General Electric floodlights cover a complete 
line, which are designed to give the proper type 
and size of floodlight for any ordinary application. 
High efficiency is assured from scientific design and 
thorough testing. Long life and low maintenance 
expense is obtained through sturdy construction. 

A modern recreation center where the whole 
family can enjoy itself has many advantages. 
Forward-looking recreation directors are finding 



at well planned centers are ideal for planning 
and programming many outdoor sports under a 
single management. 

Adequate floodlighting, by extending outdoor 
activities into late evening, increases the usefulness 
of a recreation center. It adds hours to the day. 
Floodlighting is the one best way to serve people 
who have time for recreation only after normal 
working hours. 




Typical Recreotion Center 



The recreation center that you want may be quite 
different from the one shown here. Yours will need 
to be designed to your available space and local 
interests; it needs the vision and enthusiasm of 
local people to plan and carry It through, 

ADVANTAGES 

L A self-contained center aids efl^ective organiza- 
tion of recreation. 

2. It is easier to manage than dispersed game 
areas. 

3. By centralizing the recreation area, important 
savings in supervision and maintenance costs 
are made. 

4. Strategic location encourages large scale use. 



5. A good recreation center commands universal 
interest and wide use. 

6- Its size and nature naturally adapt it to 
inclusion in broad plans for civic improvement. 

7. Sponsorship, and possibly endowment, can 
frequently be found for this highly practical 
type of '''living*' memorial to war heroes or 
prominent citizens. 

8* A well planned center permits the most 
economical use of space. 

9. Idle, or low-value land can usually be used* 

10. A co-ordinated center can be built faster than 
equivalent scattered game areas — important 
wherever people lack adequate outdoor play 
space. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL & ELECTRIC 



191 



FLOODLIGHTING OPPORTUNITIES 



SPORTS 





Baseball Fields 

The siirvival of minor-league professionol baseball through the lost 
ten years is sold to be due largely to night games — played under 
floodltghts. It If generolly agreed thot night bosebaJI is here to stay 
because of the greatly increased attendance ond gate receipts that 
are obtained. 



Football Fields 

The popufar Interest in night games and the added gote receipts 
have been the salvation of football in mony high schools and smoll 
colleges* General Electric con furnish inexpensive floodlights and prgc- 
ticol recommendations for this type of lighting 




Softball Fields 

This tremendously popufar gome is gaining rapidly, on Importont 
contributing factor being the greatly increased ottendance and the 
increased possible use of fields through floodlighting. There ore coses 
on record where softball in towns hoving a population of only o few 
hundreds regularly drows night-game attendance of 2000 to 3000 
spectotors. Wherever softball is growing in popularity, General 
Electric ftoodlighting will help ft grow profitably 




Tennis Courts, Park and Playground 

The volue of recreational facilities is increased through floodlighting 
because more people can use them. The cost of floodlighting is, in 
most cases, only o small fraction of the cost of providing additional 
facilities. One tennis court, for example, illuminated until 11 p.m. can 
handle up to twice os many evening players as one which must close 
ot twilight. General Electric floodlights are easy to install in on attrac- 
tive manner. 




Gun Clubs, Driving Ranges, Swimming Pools 

Recreational fociliti'es like these, operated by clubs or by small 
commercial enterprises! ore most attractive to the users and more 
profltable to the operators when equipped with floodlighting. Flood- 
lighting makes these facilities usable at more convenient hours for most 
people_and mokes it possible for more people to become interested. 




Other Sports 

Recommendotions are readily available for such other sports as: 
Archery, Bodminton, Basketball, Bowling Greens, Boxing Ring, Curling 
Rinks, Golf Driving Range, Handball, Hockey Rink, Horseshoe Pitching, 
Lacrosse, Race Tracks — Horse and Auto (Holf Mile), Skoting Rink, Skeet 
Shooting, Ski Jump, Ski Slope, Soccer, Volley BalL 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



192 



FLOODLIGHTING OPPORTUNITIES 

BUILDINGS AND AREAS 





Office Buildings, Banks, Stores, Theatres 

Dignifiecl, conspicuous advertising that draws fovorable public 
attention is obtoinable wlfh floodlighting. It points out to greot numbers 
of people, most of wtiom ore at work during the day, the place of 
business of the better type of concern that takes pride in its building 
and its community. 



Monuments and Public Buildings 

Stotues, public buildings and places of historical interest, in which 
the community takes pride can be given greater prominence with 
floodlighting — in fact, o prominence that is even greater at night 
thon by day. In most coses, only a few Generol Electric floodlights 
are needed to obtain this result. 





Gasoline Filling Stations, Roadside Stands, 
Parking Lots and Tourist Camps 

These highly competitive businesses that cater to the public on the 
move find that their profits depend upon attractiveness of oppeorance 
which must be recognizable at a glance. Floodlighting meets the 
night-time requirements economicafly and is procttcolly o necessity 
where competition is keen. A few Generol Electric floodlights and 
pump-islond luminoires will help any such business. 



Railroad Yards, Docks, Bridges, Aqueducts, 
Reservoirs and Mines 

In addition to enhancing speed and safety in handling equipment 
and materiof, floodlighting is a worthwhile protective measure against 
mischief-makers and thieves. In most cases, the number of floodlights 
required is relatively small, but they must be efficient, suitable for the 
service, and properly applied. General Electric floodlighting will meet 
these requirements. 




Protective Lighting and Construction Work 

Night work is eosier, is less costly in delays ond losses, is safer under 
floodlighting. Generol Electric floodlights have many advontages over 
mokeshift equipment — they ore efficient, give proper distribution of 
t^ ore light in weight but durable, and are inexpensive. 




Other Applications 

Wherever light con sove time or moke working conditions sofer; 
wherever It can increase business by attracting favorable attention; wher* 
ever it con protect property — wherever any or all of these conditions 
exist out of doors, there is likely to be o practical use for floodlights. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



,>4Eift.%n« 



^T^.Tri^.j^-o.»w»cM>inf»^Ti<]M»T.>PKM.-.:^>w^.^Mrva»»wrjv.'j<v»w^^^ T^,f.>.tr-- rj -. n tj-'t^^- ■t»ip'^- » / . 



193 



HOW TO PLAN 
ATTRACTIVE ECONOMICAL FLOODLIGHTING 



Floodlights are used for so many and such differ- 
ent purposes that it is practically out of the question 
to reduce floodlight application to a matter of 
reading a few simple tables. The av^erage floodlight- 
ing project presents an individual illumination design 
problem which, for its solution, calls for some ex- 
planation of how to get good results from floodlights. 

Large projects which require nian> kilowatts of 
lighting deserve careful consideration by engineers 
with consi<ierable experience. Projects that involve 
unusual lighting effects or special installation or 
operating conditions likewise call for specialized 
experience. From our nearest office, you can obtain 
carefully planned recommendations for any project. 

However, the average installation involving rela- 
tively few floodlights can be designed easily^ simply 
by following the general principles and using the 
simplified method described below* Both principles 
and method are those used by experienced engineers 
in the solution of such problems and can be depended 
upon to give practical results. 

For floodlighting of outdoor sports, we recom- 
mend that prepared lighting plans which we will 
furnish upon request be followed as closely as 
possible. These convey, for most sports, the 
recommendations of the National Electrical Manu- 
facturers' Association and represent the experience 
of the engineering staffs of the member companies. 

FOR ATTRACTIVE LIGHTING 

Plan Substantially Uniform llluminotion 

The illumination that satisfies the eve as to level 
and degree of uniformity is the most effective, most 
satisfying type for most projects* 



Choose Floodlight Locations 

For Balanced Illumination 



L/,^^/,f i-.r. i ^///Y^^^f 



/ \ 

/ \ 

/ N 




*' 



When floodlighting a flat surface, the selection of 



floodlight locations that provide for the projection 
of light beams at right angles to the surface gives 
best efficiency and maximum reflection of light in a 
useful direction. However, projection at an angle 
is often times desirable to avoid "flatness." Where 
beams are to be projected at an angle, either to 
avoid '''flatness" or because of limited choice of 
floodlight locations, two or more floodlight locations 
should be sought to prevent harsh shadows. 

Cover the Surface Efficiently 




Select beam spread and lamp size to give satis- 
factory coverage with the smallest number of flood- 
lights. If there is any doubt, work out several 
possible solutions and select the most economical. 

When beams from several floodlights are used to 
cover an area, locate and aim the floodlights so that 
the beams overlap by at least one-third of their 
spread. The greater the overlap, the smoother the 
effect will be and the less serious a lamp outage 
will be. 

Aim Beam Centers Toward Points thot 
Need Emphasis 

Use the maximum candlepower of the beam 
center to build up illumination on the portions of 
the area that are hardest to light or that need to 
stand out from the rest. To illustrate: the building 
on a filling station plot usually deserves principal 
emphasis, for the sake of advertising value received; 
therefore it is advisable to aim the beams generally 
toward the building. 

Avoid Objectionable Glare 

Glare interferes with seeing, destroys attractive 
appearance J and may make the installation un- 
economical or introduce hazards. Therefore, avoid 
aiming light beams directly into peopIe*s eyes. 
If it is necessary to project beams against 
normal lines of sight, U9^ mounting height of at 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ELECTRIC 



194 



HOW TO PLAN FLOODLIGHTING 



least 20 ft. (and preferably 25 ft.) and aim floodlights 
so that spill light will not be objectionable on 
adjacent property or street. (Important note: In 
all sports floodlighting, follow the manufacturers 
recommendations for mounting height and aiming.) 

Visualize Complefed Installation 

Conditions surrounding particular projects are 
seldom ideal: and there is seldom only one right 
solution to a floodlighting problem. Therefore, it 
is important to try to visualize a completed installa- 
tion, to decide if it will satisfy the desire for utility, 
eye satisfaction, and economy. 

FOR GOOD APPEARANCE AND EASE 
OF MAINTENANCE 

Make Floodlights Inconspicuous 

Features of the building or grounds that p)ermit 
concealment and make the floodlights relatively inac- 
cessible to the public should be utilized. In general, 
the aim should be to get the best efficiency and 
coverage with minimum glare and, at the same timet 
to locate the floodlitihts out of reach of those who 
would tamper with them or damage them accident- 
ally or maliciously. The use of steel poles designed 
especially for floodlighting is suggested because: 

1. They may be placed at the most favorable locations for 
good floodlighting. 

2. They are slender and thus relatively inconspicuous. 

3. They are easily painted to harmonize with surroundings. 

4. They are strong and durable. 

5. They are relatively inexpensive. 

Keep in Mind the Problems 

of Relomprng and Cleaning 

L se a method of mounting that will support the 
weight of a man on a ladder; or, provide a lowering 
hanger or a hinged pole. Securely clamp the flood- 
lights after adjusting, and mark the settings so that 
the floodlights can be re-aimed if accidentally 
moved. 

FOR EFFICIENT OPERATION 
Ufo Lomps of Correct Voltage Rating 

The cost of lighting is generally lowest when 
lamps are operated at their rated voltace. The 
only common exception to this rule exists in sports 



floodlighting where, with only 300 hours or less 
of operation per year, the best economy results 
from operating lamps at about 10 per cent over 
rated voltage. In case of doubt as to what voltage 
rating to call for. consult the local central-station 
company. 

Provide Adequate Wiring 

Excessive voltage drop in wiring reduces light 
output immensely without appreciably reducing 
watts input. Wire sizes should be calculated for 
not more than 2 per cent voltage drop from dis- 
tribution panel to lamp socket with full load burn- 
ing. 

FOR LONG LIFE AND LOW MAINTENANCE COST 

Check Service Conditions 

The floodlights listed on the pages which follow 
are suitable for the average outdoor operating 
conditions. The following sp)ecial conditions may 
call for special equipment. 

1. Adverse atmospheric conditions. 

Excessive moisture or water vapour. 
Corrosive or explosive gases. 
Excessive dirt, dust, and soot. 

2. Bad temp>erature conditions. 

Excessively high ambient temperature. 
Sudden large changes in temperature. 
Too large lamps. 

3. Severe vibration, such as encountered on heavy 

machinery\ 

4. Rough handling or flying debris. 

5- High circuit voltage, in excess of 250 volts 
a-c. 

Where such conditions are encountered, ask for 
our recommendations for your sp)ecific problem. 

Specify Enclosed Floodlights 

A cover glass or lens offers these advantages: 

1. Better long-time eflficiency of operation, by re- 

ducing the accumulation of dirt and dust on 
lamp and reflector surfaces. 

2. Saving through easier maintenance — cleaning 

is easier and is required less frequently. 

3. Saving through protection of lamp bulbs from 

cold, rain, and sleet. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



-ttji.«A*«.*i 



^.fl^^^-«/■^3■^^^.JJ>^»«»^«»^^K^J^uM.^■vl.fpr»^^lr.CTlw■■,:■'-■J^.•>>.<J^w^^^^ 



HOW TO PLAN FLOODLIGHTING 



195 



A SIMPLE METHOD FOR SOLVING PROBLEMS 

Recommended for simple projects requiring rela- 
tively few floodlights and involving no special 
illumination or installation problems; applicable 
only to the general-utility types of floodlights. 
Important note: For sports lighting, refer to lighting 
plans which we will furnish on request. Let our 
illumination engineers and lighting specialists help 
you with your large or special projects. 

Steps 

1. Select wattS'per-sq-ft value. 
Refer to accompanying tables. 

For applications not listed, use wattage value 
of some comparable listed application, 

2. Multiply by area to determine total wattage. 
S. Select floodlight location, 

4. Divide total wattage by number of locations, 
to determine wattage at each location. 

Note that wattage need not be apportioned 
equally if some part of the area should have 
greater emphasis. 

5. Determine beam spreads required for coverage. 

6. Select type, size, and number of floodlights to 
give this coverage and operate this wattage. 
Use nearest listed beam spread and standard 
lamp wattage, 

7- Select beam aiming directions. 

Portions of the area that are hardest to illumi- 
nate from the locations selected, or that require 
special emphasis, 

8. Prescribe any additional lighting recommended. 
Pump island lights? Sign lights? Decorative 
or ornamental entrance lights? 

9, Prescribe minimum wire sizes. 

Calculate on basis of 2 per cent voltage drop 
from distribution panel to load; increase size 
thus calculated, if necessary, to comply with 
C.S.A. Code for description of permissible 
branch circuits. 



RECOMMENDED ILLUMINATION STANDARDS 



Application 



Applicotion 



Recommended 
Foot'Condle 

Level I 



Recommended 

Wafts 

per Sq. Ft. 



RAtLROADS 



Classification Yard 

General 

Hump 

Rctarder Areas 

Retarders 

Departure Yard 

Lead-in and Lead-out 

Tracks 

Receiving Yard 

Repair Track (Light 

Running Repairs). . , , . 










0.1 
25 to 
25 to 

5 to 1 

06 to 



5 
5 
5 
1 



0.25 
06 to 1 

. 25 to . 5 



0125 to 0-025 
03 to 0.06 
0.03 to 0.06 
06 to 18 
008 to 0125 

03 
0.008 to 0125 

03 to 0.06 



Recommended 

Foot-candle 

Levels 



Recommended 

Watts 

per Sq- Ft. 



MISCELLANEOUS 



Automobile Parking Spaces * 

Bulletin and Poster Boards 

Bright Surroundings — 

Light Surfaces 

Dark Surfaces 

Dark Surroundings — 

Light Surfaces. , 

Dark Surfaces 

Church Windows (Art Glass). . . . 

Coal Yards — Protective 

Construction and Excavation 

Work 

Flags 

*Gasoline Filling Stations 

Pumps 

Yard and Driveways, 

Loading Docks and Platforms. . . 

Lumber Yards 

Piers — ^Freight or Passenger 

Prison Yards 

Protective Industrial 

Quarries 

Signs i Painted ) See Bulletin Boards 

Ship Construction 

Smoke Stacks 

Storage Yards 

Tourist Camps (General Area).. . 
Used-car Lots 

Active Areas 

Inactive Areas ....,., 

Water Tanks . 



0,15 



7.5 
15,0 

3.0 
7.5 
3-30 
0.03 

0.75 
4,5 

3.0 

0.75 

0.75 

0.15 

0.75 

0.75 

0.03 

0.3 

0.75 
2,25 
0.15 
0-03 

0.75 
0.15 
2.25 



♦When the builciing is a one-story structure occupying less than. say. one- 
third of the plot area, consider only the plot area in calculating total wattage. 
If the building is larger or higher, its requirements must be determined 
according to "Building and Monuments" table. 



BUILDING AND MONUMENTS 



Building 
Surfaces 


Reflec- 
tion 
Factors 
per cent 


Recommended 

Foot-candle 

Leveis 


Recommended 

Watfs 
per Square Foot 




A 


B 


C 


A 


B 


C 


White terra cotta 
Cream terra cotta 
Light marble 


60-80 


15 


10 


5 


2.25 


1.5 


0.75 


Light grav limestone 
Bedford limestone 
Buff limestone 
Smooth buff face 
brick 


40-60 


20 


12 


7 


3.0 


1.8 


y 

1.05 


Briar hill sandstone 
Smooth gray brick 
Medium gray lime- 
stone 
Common tan brick 


20-40 


25 


15 


10 


3.75 


2.25 


1.5 


Dark field gray brick 
Common red brick 
Brown stone 


10-20 


30 


18 


12 


4.5 


2.7 


1.8 



A — Buildings on wliite ways; intensive street lighting; streets with many 
conflicting signs and light sources; lower portions of buildings falling 
under Class B locations 

B — Medium-intensity white ways; secondary business streets with few con- 
flicting signs, etc. 

C — Very little conflicting light, such as on residential streets, parks, lighted 
highways, etc. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ©ELECTRIC 



196 



G-E GENERAL PURPOSE FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-49 — 300/500 WATTS TYPE 1-43 750/1000 WATTS 



Convenient one* tide clamping 

Ca»t oluminum-focket housing, 
aluminum paint finisK. 

Hcovy-duty porcelain shell mogul 
socket keeps lomp in fixed focus. 
Includes lomp grip. 

Combinotion water-resisting and 

coble-snubbing glond 

4-foot cobte (2 conductor No. 12) 

for convenient wiring. 

Strong golvonJied -steel trunnion 
brocket provides for rotation 
fbrough 240 degrees. 

Stoys in position when tightening 
or loosening clamps. 




High efficiency long life reflector 
Alzak finished oluminum. Polished 
for narrow beam: etched for 
wide beam. 



Aluminum ring. 



Heat and weather-resisting 
molded gloss. 



Degree scole — eon be rotated 90 
or 180 degrees. 



lug key-holed for eosy removol. 
Brass alloy for stiffness. Heovy 
bross bolt 



Degree scale. 

Sturdy oval base — o* on acces- 
sory. Cross orm mounting (trun^^ 
nion bracket^ onlyl supplied ot 
standord. 



REPOSmONiNG STOP 




No. 5552519P 



'! hr npositioning sU)|) fits over the degree scale 
to facilitate resetting, if the flood litjht is rotated for 
servicinji. Die-cast aluminum. Adjustable for any 
position. 

This vertical repositioning stop furnished as stan* 
dard equipment with ihest* tloocJlights. 

Also adaptable for horizontal repositioning on oval 
base and pipe-clamp mountings, add SI. 25 to price. 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Each 



Type of Reflector 



Weight in Lbf 
Ship 



N»t 



TYPE L-43, ENCLOSED, FOR CROSS ARM MOUNTING 

750-1000 WATT 



A40G83 $48 00 Polished Alzak alum. 
A40G73 41 00 Etched Alzak alum. 



26 
26 



12H 
12» 



rz 



TYPE L-49, ENCLOSED, FOR CROSS ARM MOUNTING 

300- 500 WATT 



A44G63 $37 00 ' Polished Alzak alum. 
A44G53 31 00 Etched Alzak alum. 



22 

22 



n 
11 



l,nmn not included. 

i'.aiii 'iMi.r \i\,\t^ is furnished. unW§ othirwifte siiecificd. The followint 

types are available at no additional 

Lightly stippled, heavily stippled. s|>t . . -;ltt— Used with i>oIi»hed reflector 

to widen tiKhl beam. Refer to photoTretric data. 

If coIo' -s is desired. lied An ' -.ition. * , - 

For on. :. uf door glaM ' S"^*' '^ ^--^^ and 113.50 

for L-4J. 

For pipe mounting^B, refer to Accc«iorie« and Parts- 



OTHER MOUNTINGS 






Pipe Clamp 



SUp Fitter 



Pole Top 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



wj,m<iw.rw^m^^^^r^,^^^jr^^r.'A^M, -^^- 



>r-jc.^.i.n^^ 



n^M. -.^^*j^,yy 



197 



G-E GENERAL PURPOSE FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-49 - 300/500 WATTS TYPE L-43 - 750/1000 WATTS 



ACCESSORIES AND PARTS 



Cor. 

No. 



4830571 Gl 
4830570G1 
4830569G1 
3706486G1 



6687230GS 
78X332 



4830613G3 
4830613G4 



4865758G1 
4865762G1 



€687230G4 



78X332 



4815219G1 
4815219G2 



S552519P1 



55S6557G1 

5556557G6 

S556557G7 

5556557G10 

5556557Gn 

5556557G12 

5556557G8 



Price* 
Each 



Description 



TYPE 1-43 




Door glass (not colored) 
Plain clear 
Lightly stippled 
Heavily stippled 
Spread light 



Door ring 



Socket 



Reflector 

Polished Alzak finished alum. 
Etched Alzak finished alum. 



TYPE L-49 



7 
7 



40 



2.70 



1 85 



19 75 
13.75 



Door glass (not coloured) 
Plain clear 
Heavily stippled 



Door ring 



Socket 



Reflector 

Polished Alzak finished alum. 
Etched Alzak finished alum. 



COMMON TO L-43 AND L-49 




Repositioning Stop 



Mountings 
Oval base 

Pipe clamp, 1 ' to 2 ' 
Pipe clamp, 2 ' ■; ' to 3 ' i ' 
Slip fitter, Ug' 
Slip fitter. 2 * 
Slip fitter, 2J2' 
Pipe top, iKj'or 2* 



DIMENSIONS 




Type L-49 





4i0lA 




a a a 




1-2 Pipe 



Pipe Cfamp 



J_LJ_il •.' ^ 
Slip Fitter 






L ffti } REDUCING BUSHING 
FOR I^VlPE OMIT 

WHEN USING 2' PIPE 




♦When purchased separately. 



Pipe Top 



Type of 
Door Glass 



Plain 

Lightly stippled. 
Heavily stippled 
Spreadlight 



Plain 

Heavily stippled 



PHOTOMETRIC DATA FOR ENCLOSED FLOODLIGHT WITH GENERAL-SERVICE LAMP 



Reflector: Polished Alzak Aluminum 



Beam 
Angfe in 
Degrees 



Vert 



Hor 



30 
40 
75 

31 



30 
40 
75 
56 



25 
72 



24 
72 



Factor 



Beam 
Lumens 



Beom 
Candle- 
power 
(Avg 
MaxJ 



Reflector? Etched Alzak Aluminum 



Beom 
An9le in 
Degrees 



Vert 



Hor 



TYPE L-43 FLOQDilGHT USING PS-Sl LAMPf 



0.54 

0.73 

1 53 

0.55 X 1.06 



8.400 
8,100 
9,752 
8»770 



78.800 
53,500 
21,800 
44,000 



TYPE L-49 FLOODLIGHT USING PS-40 LAMP'' 



43 

1 .45 



3,201 
4,017 



51,220 
9,060 



105 



105 



Factor 



2 61 



Beom 

Lumens 



5,211 



Beam 
Condte* 

power 

(Avg 

Max.) 




8,600 



♦500-watt G-E general-service lamp; P5-40 clear bulb; T^a. light-centre 
length: 9850 lumens. 

tlOOl-vvait Mazda general-service lamp; PS-52 clear bulb; 9H-'n. light- 
centre length: 21.000 lumens. 
Data are approximate, for estimating. 



Factor "F ' times distance from projector to surface lighted, gives approxi^ 
mate diameter of beam pattern. For smaller lamps, reduce lumen and 
candlepower values approximately in proportion to lamp wattage. When 
door ^lass is omitted, lumens and candlepower values will be increaeed 
iaitiidly by S to 10 per cent. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL D^ ELECTRIC 



1 



G-E AREA FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-68 — 750/1500 WATTS 



\ 



Watoftight coble snubbing 
glond 

Die-cait atvminufn socket hous- 
ing, aluminum point finish 

Sturdy molleobie-iron bose "^ 
provides full 160-degree ro- 
tation. Degree scole. Gal- 
vanized 

Heavy-steel trunnion bracket 
strongly bolted to base; goi* 
vanized 

4-foot cable (2'conductor No. 
12) for convenient wiring 

High efficiency, long-life re- 
flector — Alzok finished olum- 
inum. Polished for narrow 
beam 

Lorge eoiy^working toggte 
catch provides tight seal 




' Heavy-doty proceloin-shelt 
mogul socket keeps lamp in 
f^xed focus. Includes lamp 
grip 

Convenient one side clamp- 

"ng 

Degree scale and adjustable 
repositioning stop aid initial 
setting and servicing 

Asbestos-treated 
gasket mokes joint watertight 

Slide-on door ring with large 
handle and safety chain 
niokes servicing eosy 

Heat and weather-retitting 
molded glois 



The jK>i)ular HoodJight for ground areas — notably 
sports fields and construction projects — where high 
candlrpower beams will helf) reach across the area, 
or where the maintenance savings of an enclosed 
unit are desired. Highly efficient, durable, light 
weight, inexpensiv^e. 

10 STAR FEATURES THAT CUT INSTALLATION 
AND MAINTENANCE COSTS 

1. lull 180-degree horizontal movement avoids 
special drilling of cross arms. 




2. Hold-down and clamping bolts at different 
levels permit full swing of wrench. 

3. Clamj)ing bolt in handy position on right- 
hand side. 

4. Projector swings into position for easy access. 

5. Single large easy- working catch secures door. 

6. Handgrip makes door easy to handle. 

7. Wrtical repositioning stop assures return to 
original position. 

8. Slide door hangs out of the way when open. 

9. Pressure-type clamp tightens without moving 
projector. 

10. Mounting bracket lets rain water drain away, 
reducing decay and corrosion. 




ApproK Wt (Lbi) 



Ship. 



Net 



TYPE L.6t, ENCLOSED FOR CROSS ARM MOUNTING 



AS2G33 I $63 00 

I 

A52G23 54 00 



Polished Alzak 

finished aluminum. 
Etched Alzak 

finished aluminum. 



26 
26 



14 
14 



. t. ^.i i.,.. 



1. Lamp is not included. 

2. Plain door slats is furnished, unless otherwi«e specified. A medtum- 

stippled t ' • ' ^. , . . -^^^ n jg ug^^ 

polished . beam: re(cr I*. 

data. 

3. For omission -^ -^—^r glass and ring, deduct tlS.SO each. 
4- For other m. ^s. refer to table. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



G-E AREA FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-68 — 750/1500 WATTS 



199 



OTHER MOUNTINGS 



DIMENSIONS 





JL 




4 iloiA 





4 HOLES 



i:ij^$i 



Pipe Clamp 



Slip Fitter 



Ovot Base 



Pipe Clomp 


Slip Fitter Ovol Bose 




ACCESSORIES AND PARTS 


Cat 


♦Price 


"■ 


No 


Each 


Description 






Door glass and ring, assembled 


4865525G1 


$18 50 


Plain clear 


4S65525G3 


18 50 


Medium stippled 






Door glass only 


556204101 


14 75 


Plain clear 


6687689G1 


14 75 


Medium stippled 


4S65525G2 


10.25 


Door ring assembly, less glass 


78X332 


1 85 


Socket 






Reflector 


5562262C1 


34 50 


Polished Alzak fin, alum. 


5562262G2 


25 85 


Etched Alzak fin, alum. 


555251 9P1 


1 25 


Repositioning stop 






Mountings 


4553233G2 


1 25 


Cross arm 


5556557G1 


1 25 


Oval base 


5556557G6 


1 25 


Pipe clamp, 1 ' to 2 ' 


5556557G7 


I 25 


Pipe clamp, 2^?' to 3^2' 


5556557G3 


2 50 


Slip fitter, 1' >' 


5556557G4 


2 50 


Slip fitter, 2" 


5556557G5 


2 50 


Slip fitter, 2 '2' 


S455304G3 


2 50 


Trunnion bracket 



R£OUClNG euSMiNS 
FOR llVlPe OMIT 
WHEN t/SiNG 2'P«P£ 





/ r2^1*2 ^^ 



^'wiDE SLOT {I80*R0T) 



r 
2 






Pipe Top 



Cross Arm 



*W*hen purchased separately. 




} 



PHOTOMETRrC DATA— FOR ENCLOSED FLOODLIGHT WITH GENERAL-SERVICE LAMP* 



Type of 
Door Glass 


Beam Angie 
in Degrees 


Factor 


Beam 
Lumens 


Beam 

Candle* 

power 

(Avg 

Max) 


Beam Angle 
in Degrees 


Factor 


Beam 
lumens 


Beam 

Candle- 

power 

(Avg 




y^rf Hor 


Vert Hor 




REFLECTOR: POLISHED ALZAK ALUMINUM 


REFLECTOR: ETCHED ALZAK ALUMINUM 


Plain 

Medium stippled 


30 

62 


33 
70 


0.54 
1 30 


15,680 166,000 75 
18,190 ! 48.300 94 


78 

96 


1.58 
2.18 


17,590 43,000 
18,090 26,200 



♦Lamp: ISOO^watt grneral-scrvicc lamp PS-52 dear bulb 9H-in, light- 

centre length; J5.0O0 lumens. 

Data are approximate, for estimating. Photometric prints furnished 

upon re^iuesi. 

Factor '*¥" times distance from projector gives approximate diameter of 



beam pattern on a surface at right angles to axis of light beam. 
For smalirr lamps, reduce lumen and candlepovver values approximately 
in proportion to lamp wattage. 

When door glass is omitted, lumen and candlepower values will be in- 
creased by 5 to 10 per cent. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ELECTRIC 



200 



G-E SPORTS FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-69 — 1500 WATTS 



RecJy-wired with four-faof 
No. 12 cable. Watertight snvb* 
bing glonci tokes all strain off 
conne<fions. 




Golvonized, mollefifale- 
iron b0se provides futi ISO- 
degree swing. Degree scale 
included. 



ColvQiiized^ heavy-steel trun^ 
nion brocket, strortgly riveted 
to mountfng plote, firmly sup 
ports the floodlight. 



Degree scale with easy-to-read numbers oids 
initial adjustincnt in daytime. Adjustoble re* 
positioning slop included. 



Alzok processed oluminum reflector— either 
polished or etched— gives the 1-69 ideal light 
cortrrol ond outstanding beam efficiency 



Socket bowsing is removable for replocing lomp ond cteoiK 
iiig reflector. Die-cost oluffifnum construttion^lighter 
and much easier lo handle than any Iront-door ossembly. 

Heavy-duty, porcelain-shell mogul socket maintoins lamp 
in fijted focus. Includes o heat baffle and spring-wire tamp 
grip. Conductors protected from heof by spun-glass sleeves. 

Socket housing moy be eosily disossembled by 
removing two inside screws. 

Roin shield ond grophite impregnated, wov 
asbestos gosket effectively seal joint. 



Two sturdy, hand-c»peroied toggle 
lotches firmly secure socket bous- 
ng to reflector collor. 

Lotches ond lugs are posi- 
tioned so thof socket- 
housing connot be im- 
properly mounted. 



Hondy bond grip mokes it easy 
to tip reflector if necessory. 



Heot, weather, and impoct-resisting Tufflei tern- 
pered plate gloss. Won t break if struck by boll. 



front glass spvn-sealed; keeps water, din, insects out permoneiitly* 



A new floodlight for sports fields and recreation 
areas which will reduce installation and maintenance 
costs. Every worthwhile feature, from the results 
of long engineering experience, is incorporated in 
this floodlight — spun-in glass front ^- impact- 
resisting tempered plate glass — rifle sights 
and both horizontal and vertical degree scales — 
outstanding high beam efficiency — choice of 
three beam spreads. 

New Narrow Beam L-69 

For such applications as stadiums where flood-- 
lights are mounted more than 150 feet from the 
side lines, and railroad yards where long narrow^ 
areas are involved. 

Provides suF)erior utilization of light — equal if 
not greater than that usually obtained with heavy- 
duty more expensive floodlights. The L-69 narrow 
beam floodlight, where applicable, will produce 
better results with the general service lamp than 
the heavy-duty tyF>e using a floodlight lamp. 



In addition, the L-69 offers higher initial output, 
lower cost, and easier maintenance. 



Cat. 
No. 


Price 
Each 


De$criphon 


Weight (Lbt.) 


Ship. 


N«t 




COMPLETE FLOODLIGHTS 






AS4G7 

A54G17 

A54G8 


$63 00 Medium beam polished 
59 00 Wide beam etched 
63 00 Narrow beam polished 


29 
29 
29 


18'/2 
18 >i 


ACCESSORttS AND PARTS 


78X332 


$ 1 75 


Socket 






8475970G2 
8475970G4 
8475970GS 


S9 00 
50 00 

1 59 00 


Reflector 
Medium beam polished 
Alzak fin. aluminum 
Wide beam etched 

Alzak fin. aluminum 
Narrow beam polished 

Alzak fin. aluminum 







NOTE: Prices on reflectors include front glass, collar, and latches. 

Lamp not included; use 1500-walt general -service lamp. PS 52 clear bulb, 

9>i-in. light-centre length. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



G-E SPORTS FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-69 — 1500 WATTS 



201 







It's eosy to put the center of the 
L-69 s beam right on an aiming 
point with the notch (1 ) and 
blade (2) rifle sight. Saves 
time in tuning up instalfation for 
best fight coverage of field. 
Note how workman uses handy 
builf-on wrench to release 
clomping boltp 



Handy "built-on" clamping^bolt 
wrench saves time and effort in 
adjusting the light or in tilting 
the reflector for servicing. No 
tools to carry (to drop). The 
convenient one -side clamping 
securely locks the light in posi- 
tion. Severe vibration won't 
move it. 



Servicing is as simple os A, B, 
CI First, release the two quick- 
acting toggle lotcKes which 
secure the socket housing to the 
reflector collar. 



Now — and without ony need 
whatever for moving the reflec- 
tor — lift off the socket housing 
and the lamp. It weighs only 
four pouridsl 




Nest slip this heavy stainless 
steel clip over the trunnion 
bracket as shown in the next 
illustration . . . 




And now with both honds free 
you're ready fo service the light. 
Arrow shows ouxiliory reflector, 
rigidly mounted. 




See how ea shy you con clean 
the reflector, without tilting it. 




Tilting the reflector is easy if it 
ever becomes necessary. No 
tools required Qr\d reflector 
olwoys returns to its original 
position. 



DIMENSIONS AND PHOTOMETRIC DATA 



,Coble 4ft 2in.long 




Flot door 
gloss 




^f J 



^wd§ iiot ^^ ** 2 1 
IS 



PHOTOMETRIC OATAf 



Beam Angle 
Reflector in Degrees 


Factor 


Beam 
lumens 


Beam 

Candle-pwr 

Avg-Max 


Dejcription 

Vert 


Hor 


Medium beam 29 
Wide beam 72 
Narrow beam 


33 

84 


56 

1 62 


16,600 
18,580 
14.600 


185.000 

46,200 

253,800 



♦Narrow Beam *lllit JlSJi 



tWith ISOO-watt general-service lamp. PS-S2 clear bulb. 9>i-iD. ligtit-centre 
length. 33.000 lumens operated at rated voltage. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ELECTRIC 



,1 k-.. 1- . p^^^^r^^^^ 



202 



G-E AREA FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-45 AND L-46 — 300/1500 WATTS 
PORCELAIN ENAMEL OPEN TYPES 





fype L-45 



Type L 46 



Inexpensive, durable, open floodlights with 
porcelain-enamelled reflector, for close-range il- 
lumination of filling stations, work, storage, parking, 
and sports areas, playgrounds, etc. Auxiliary 
Alzak finished aluminum reflectors provide in- 
creased illumination of areas or buildings that require 
special emphasis. 

Features of L-45 and L-46 

1. Watertight cable snubbing gland. 

2. Cast aluminum socket housing, aluminum- 
paint finish. 

3. 4-foot cable (2-conductor No. 12) for con- 
venient wiring. 

4. Sturdy, malleable-iron cross arm mounting 
provides full 180-degree rotation. Degree 
scale. Galv^anized. 

5. Heavy steel trunnion bracket strongly bolted 
to base. Galvanized. 

6. Degree scale aids initial setting and servicing. 
Adjustable repositioning stop available at 
slight additional charge. 

7. Heavy-duty, porcelain-shell mogul socket 
keeps lamp in fixed focus. Includes lamp 
grip. 

8. Convenient one-side clamping. 

9. Asbestos-treated gasket makes joint water- 
tight. 

10. Highly eflficient, long-life, porcelain-enamelled, 
steel reflector, double-coated green outside, 
triple-coated white inside. 

11. Steel ring distributes pressure of attachment 
screws; prevents chipping enamel. 



Cat. 
No. 



Price 
Each 



Type of Auxiliary 
Reflector Included 



Weight (lbs.) 



Ship. Net 



TYPE 1-45, CROSS ARM MOUNTING; 750 1500 WATTS* 



A41GI3 
A41G23 
A41G33 



$21 00 ' None 
25 00 j Etched Alzak aluminum 
29 00 Polished Alzak alum. 




17 



TYPE L-46, CROSS ARM MOUNTING; 750 1500 WATTS* 



A43C13 

A43G23 
A43G33 



$35 00 I None 



39 00 
43 00 



Etched Alzak aluminum 
Polished Alzak aluminum 




21 



Lamp not included. 

*For use with 50O-or SOO-watt lamp, order similar to above catalogue numDcr, 

and deduct $1.25 each. 

For other mountinRS and price additions, refer to table below. 

For vertical repositioning stop, add $1.25 each. 



ACCESSORIES AND PRINCIPAL PARTS 


Cat. 
No. 


•Price 
Each 


Deicription 


78X332 $1 85 


Socket 


48307S4P3 
4830164P1 
48650 94 G2 
486S094G1 


11 00 

24 50 

4 00 

8.00 


Reflector, pore-enamel for L-45 
Reflector, pore. -enamel for L-46 
Auxiliary, etched aluminum 
Auxiliary, polished aluminum 


55S2S19P1 


1 25 


Repositioning Stop Assembly 


4553233G2 
5556557G1 
555eS57G6 
5S56557G7 
55565S7G3 
5556557G4 
5556557G5 
8455304G3 


1 25 
1 25 
1 25 

1 25 

2 50 
2 50 
2 50 
2 50 


Mountings 

Cross arm 

Oval base 

Pipe clamp, 1' to 2' 

Pipe clamp, 2^' to 3^' 

Slip fitter, 1}-^' 

Slip fitter, 2' 

Slip fitter, 2}4' 
Trunnion bracket 



*When purchased •cparatelv. 



CANADIAN 
GENE RAL@ ELECTRIC 



..T^— ^T^^>«in^^T^^^^y.«y«^.«K^.^.,- ' / >i x><-v.~^. f^,^ ^j^.^«arnK^^^xxi<>>tr,T^rruutt^y>p».->-^^-^,'?,-irjv^-- r/. ,, ■>,, .. 



T-" ; f .1 •■*:.■ • " T • 



G-E AREA FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-45 AND L-46 — 300/1500 WATTS 
PORCELAIN ENAMEL OPEN TYPES 

DIMENSIONS 



203 




Type L-45 



Type L-46 




9' 

4 MOLES ^*r 
Oval Base 




1 14— : Lrru: 
>r2 ^l.^.'^l 



'^5 



-J. 2 PIPE 

2^-3|Vi.PE 



Pipe Clamp 




iLXA 



Slip Fitter 




^WOE SLOT (leO'ROT) 



Cross Arm 



LIGHT COVERAGE PATTERN 



LIGHT COVERAGE PATTERN 



2 



I 



DISTANCE 
SCALES 




lAVG FT-CI 



MIN FTC 



lOrSTANCE scale! 
DISTANCE IN FEET -SCALE UMTS X MOUNTING HEKSHT OP FLOOOLICHT. 



Type L-45 floodlight, 1500-watt general-service lamp, 20 feet 
Kigh, no auxiliary reflector "Avg. FT-C"— Averoge iflumination in 

foot-condles in the areo outffned by the circle, "Min. FT-C" 

Mimmum illumination in foot-condles at the edge of the area out- 
lined by the circle. 



OrSTANCE 
SCALES 




{AV6 FT- c 



[QlSTANCE SCALE | 
OISTANCC W FEET. SCALE UNITS X MOUNTING HElCrfT OF FlOOOLICMT. 

Type L-46 floodlight, 1500-watt general-service lamp, 20 feet 
high, no ouxflfory reflector. "Avg. FT-C*— Average illumination in 

foot-candles in the area outlined by the circle. "Min, FT-C" 

Minimum illumination in foot-candles at the edge of the area out- 
lined by the cfrcie. 



SA4ALIER LAMPS 


HIGHER MOUNTING 


For This 
Lamp 


Reduce Foot- 
Candles to This 
Fraction 


For Thii 
Height 


Reduce Foot- 
Candles to This 
Fraction 


1500 watts 
1000 

750 

500 

300 


No reduction 

% 

Vt 

H 
H 


20 ft 

25 

30 

35 

40 

45 

50 


No redurtion 

H 
'A 
Yz 

H 

H 



SMALLER LAMPS 



For This 
Lamp 



1500 watts 
1000 

750 

500 

300 



Reduce Foot- 
Candles to This 
Fraction 



No reduction 

H 
H 
H 
H 



HIGHER MOUNTING 



For Thii 
Height 



20 ft 

25 

30 

35 

40 

45 

50 



Reduce Foot- 

Candtes to Thii 

Fraction 

No reduction 

H 
'A 

H 
H 
H 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



204 



G-E HEAVY DUTY FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-38 — 200/250 WATTS 





Type L-38-B floodlight for general service lamp 



Type L-38-B portable for general service lomp 



A Sturdy cast aluminum casing makes this 
compact and inexpensive floodlight popular for 
rough-service applications — such as on power 
shovels. However, a variety of beam spreads and 
mountinj^s adapt it to all common floodlighting 
uses. Also available with large base. carr\ing 
handle and 10-foot cord for portable emergency 
applications. 

FEATURES 

1. Heavy-duty medium screw-base socket rigidly 
mounted to keep lamp In fixed focus. 

2. Extra strong door clamps assure tight joint. 

3. Sturdv cast aluminum casing and door. 

4. Clamping bolts easily accessible; maintain aim- 
ing directions securely. 

5. 4-foot cable (2-conductor Xo. 12) for convenient 
wiring. 

6. Heavy-steel trunnion bracket permits aiming 
in any direction; galvanized. 

7. Door and glass sealed with waterproofed 
asbestos gaskets. 

8. High efliciency, long life reflector silvered-glass 
or Alzak finished aluminum. 



9. Heat and weather-resisting molded door glass. 

10. Combination clamping and hinge bolt supports 
door when op>ened. 

11. Large malleable-iron base for surface mounting; 
galvanized. 



1 

Cat 


Prir* 


Type 


WeigSt (Lbs.) 


No. Each 


Ship. 


Net 


TYPE L-3S.B FOR GENERAL SERVICE lAMPS (PS-30) 


A48G42 

A48G62 
A48G24 


$53 00 
53 00 
61 50 


Standard Silvered- 
glass Reflector 

Standard Alrak 

aluminum Reflector 

Portable and Alzak 
1 aluminum Reflector. 


22 
22 

22 


16 

16 
16 


TYPE L-38-C FO 


R FLOODUGHTING SERVI 


CE LAMP 


(G -30) 


A48C52 
A48C72 
A48G34 


$53 00 
53 00 

1 61 SO 


Standard Silvered- 
gtass Reflector 

Standard and Alzak 
aluminum Reflector. 

Portable Alzak 

aluminum Reflector. 


22 
22 
22 


16 
16 
16 



1. Lamp is not includ*^. 

2. Plain door glass lurnishwi unless otherwise specified. 

Lightly or heavily stippled, or spreadlight at no nal charge. 

3. Oval base mounting furnished on standard floi>v^..s'»v unless other^'iac 
specified. 

Pipe damp or slip filler mounting supplied at no additional charge. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ELECTRIC 



hnr^rfl l ftfiT"^-*-^^^^*^ "^«'-^- '-' •^-~''^' * *■ rj"-^.j^^.M,.^a7~rT if^^-^^.'j.or* w^j- ^ 



205 



6-E HEAVY DUTY FLOODLIGHT 



TYPE L-38 



200/250 WATTS 



MOUNTINGS 



DIMENSIONS 





Pipe Cfomp 



Slip Fitter 




3i--j 1-2 PIPE 
^-•J2^''3^>IPE 

Pipe Clamp 




Slip Fitter 



Oval Base 



7" 



ACCESSORIES AND PARTS 



Cot. 


•price 




No. 


Each 


Descripfion 






Door Glass (not coloured) 


4830572G1 


$6 25 


Plain clear 


4830574G1 


6 25 


Lightly stippled 


4830573G1 


6 25 


Heavily stippled 


8478259 


$1 25 


Socket 






Reflector 


4830549P1 


$11 00 


Silvered glass 


4865149G1 


11.00 


Polished Alzak finished 
aluminuTn 


3778762 


$5 50 


Visor 






Mountings 


4830860G4 


$2.50 


Oval base 


4830860G9 


2 50 


Pipe clamp, 1' to 2' 


4830860G10 


2. SO 


Pipe clamp, 2 ' m ' to 3 la' 


5556557G10 


2 50 


Slip fitter, Wi* 


S556S57G11 


2 50 


Slip fitter, 2' 


5556557G12 


2 50 


Slip fitter, 2? 2' 


847S097C3 


4 90 


Circular base (11*) 




8 Te 



^"OIA 4H0LES 



K- 51- - 



Oval Boie 



*When purchased separately. 




Type L-38-B 



-Type L>38X 



ill 
16 



tPHOTOMETR«C DATA— FOR FLOODLIGHT WITH SILVERED GLASS REFLECTOR 



" - ■ ' " — J , — :i:i_ 

Type of 
Door Gloif 


Beam Angle 
in Degrees 


Factor 

4<l£*l' 


Beam 
Lgment 


Beam 
Candle- 
power 


Beam Angle 
in Degrees 


4 Factor 

..p.. 


Beam 
Lumens 


Beam 

Candle* 

power 

lAyfl 

Mas) 




Vert 


Hor 


i Mai) 


' Vert 


Hor 




L-3f-B WITH PS-30 CLEAR LAMP* 


L-3t-C WITH 6-30 CLIAR LAMPt 


h'lain 

Lightly stippled 
Heavily stippled 
Spreadlight 


26 
38 

80 
28 


30 
41 
SO 
58 


50 
0.72 » 

1 68 

50 X 1 1 1 


1350 16,200 14 
1375 9,240 31 
1760 3.500 65 
1505 1 8,640 18 


16 
33 
69 

52 


26 

57 

1 32 

32 X 98 


1345 
1445 
1795 
1480 


67,700 

13,820 

4.910 

15,250 



♦200-watt G.E. Multiple general-service lamp, PS-30 clear bulb; 6-in- light- 
centre lenRtti; 5500 lumens. 

t2S0-watt G.E, Multiple floodlighting-service lamp. G-10 clear bulb; 3-in. 
■ight-centre length: 3850 lumens. 



JData are approximate, for estimating. 

AFactor "F" times distance irom proiector to surface lighted gives approxi- 
mate diameter of beam pattern. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



206 



TYPE L-30 



G-E HEAVY DUrf COPPER-BRONZE 

FLOODLIGHTS 

- 300/500 WATTS TYPE L-31 - 750/1000 WATTS 



Rigid socket mounting L31E, od- 
justoble focus on 130 and L31F. 



High efficiency, long life reflec- 
tor $ilvered-glo$5 on Alzak alumi- 
num. 



Heot ortd weather-resisting 
moulded gloss. 



Cost bronze trunnion brocket. 



Sturdy bosc for surface mount- 
ing. 




Socket housing on L31E provides 
for burning generol-service lamp 
base up. Housing is eliminoted 
on L30 ofui L31F. 



Eoiy to operate lever octuated 
spring clamps assure tight seaL 



Strong dte-formed copper cos- 
ing protects reflector and lamp. 
Lacquer flnish provides addi* 
tionol protection and attractive 
oppearorKe. 

Easy^to operate vise- 
handle cJomp. 



4 foot coble (2 conductor No. 14) 
for convenient wiring. 



Type L'31-E for generol service lamp 



This high-quality all-purpose projector features 
a highly efficient silvered-glass or aluminum narrow- 
beam reflector in a sturdy, attractive copper casing 
which assures long life under severe atmospheric 
conditions. Several useful beam spreads are ob- 
tained with different door glasses. 

SILVERED-GLASS REFLECTORS 

For maximum efficiency, G-E engineers recom- 
mend siivered-glass reflectors. 

Since these reflectors have the G-E porcelain- 
enamel backing, there is no danger of deterioration 
resulting from high temperature and moisture. 
This method of manufacture seals the silver surface 
between two layers of glass, thus preventing any 
possibility of oxidation or separation. 

Accelerated tests, as well as service experience, 
have proved the durability of this silvering. There- 
fore, with the mechanical protection afforded by 
these sturdy floodlight casings, the use of glass 
reflectors is practical under all conditions, 



except those involving extremely rough usage. 
In such instances, the aluminum reflectors listed 
with this floodlight are recommended. 



PRICES COMPLETE FIOODUCHTS 




Cof. P'ic* 


Type of 
Reflector 


ApproK. ^ 


^t. {Lb».) 


No. . Eoch 


Ship 


N«t 


TYPE L-30-E FOR GENERAL SERVICE LAMP (PS-40) 


L30EA $84 00 Silvered glass 52 

LIOEB 84 00 Alzak Aluminiim 1 52 


31 
31 


TYPE L.30.F FOR FLOODLIGHT SERVICE LAMP (G-40) 


LSOFA $84 00 
L30FB 1 84 00 


Silvered elass • • 


52 
52 


31 




31 


TYPE L-3I-E FOR GENERAL SERVICE LAMP (PS< 


52) 


L31EC $105 00 Silvered glass 

L31ED lOS 00 Al2ak Aluminum 


56 
56 


33 
33 


TYPE L-31»F FOR FLOODLIGHT SERVICE LAMP {( 


• •40) 


L31FA $105 00 Silvered glass 

L31FB . 105 00 . Alzak Aluminum 


52 
52 


31 
31 



1. Lamp IS not included. 

2. Plain door gU«t furbished unleaa othcrwiae specified. 

Lightly or hea ' ppM. or sprcAdJicbt at no wkUtiooal charte. 

3. Oval base moi ..^ lurnished unlees otherwiae specified. 

Pipe damp, aiip 6tter or pipe top mouating supplied at no additional 
charge. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL f^ ELECTRIC 



'^^^'-^~~" '^ 



""^ -M---^^ 



Ok^ 



,. i^B^.^t-r.^,,,',^ 



207 



G-E HEAVY DUTY COPPER-BRONZE 

FLOODLIGHTS 



TYPE L-30 — 300/500 WATTS 



Cat 
No 



MOUNTINGS 





T 




Sip Rtrer 
ACC£SSOtlES AND FAtTS 



Oval Bose 



•Price 



DvKriofBOn 



$11 00 


Door glan ^not ooloarrd) 
Plain clear 


11 M 
11 W 
11 Ot 


Lisbtly Stippled 
Hearily stip|rfed 
Spread lieht 



1 45 



Socket 



3740770G1 


26 00 


Sihrered el^w for L-30 


48SS»78G1 


26 M 


Alzak aluminum for 1^30 


3758242P1 


26 00 


Silvered glass for L-31-E 


3740770C1 


26 00 


SOvcrcd ^a« for L-31-F 


4M5079GI 


26 M 


Alzak fin. atom, for L^31-E 


48S5078G1 


26. M 


Alxak fin. alum, for I^31'F 






Mounting 



4S553213G13 
45553233011 
4S553Z33G12 
4SS53233G14 
45S532a3Gl5 
45553233G16 



2 SO 
2 50 
2 50 
2 50 
2 50 
2 50 
2 50 



Oval base 

Pipe damp. 1 ' to 2 ' 

Pipe clamp. 2'^' to 3*2' 

Slqp fitter, 1 ' 7 ' 

Shp fitter. 2 ' 

SKp fitter, 214' 

Pipe top, V 2' <x I' 



TYPE L.31 — 750/1000 WATTS 

DIMENSIONS 




f '^- 




^OU 4H0LES 



aft-*- 



ji 




=^ 



- -'M.r 



— 34— ^-^ PiPt 



* 



X 



»^p« 



SBpFat«r 



-42 - 




Typ« L.31 




pttTchased scparatdr- 



Trp« L*30 



PHOTOMETRIC DATA — FOR FLOODLiOHT WITH SILVERED GLA5S EEfLECTOa 



Door GloM 


m 0« 


yre«s 


Fac*c*' 

r 


B^^ott 


Seoai 

Condle- 

po«ref 

(A»g 
Max) 


Beow Angl« 
in Ocar««s fecto^' 

r 




BeoNi 
Condi*- 
1 power 
(Av9 

Max) 


1 


Hot 


Vert 


Hot ' 


II L-M-E WITH P$-40 LAMP' 


L.30-F WITH G.40 LAMP^ 


Pl«n 

Litlidy itippicd 
HcjivQjF Hnniifd 
9prcaa ncnc 


24 

24 


25 
35 
65 
52 


43 

60 

1 26 

43 X 98 1 


4330 

-i454 

5120 
4460 


64.600 
42.500 
14.900 
32,150 


12 
23 
54 
13 


11 20 

24 1 43 
54 1 02 
44 23 X 81 


4346 
4226 
4560 
4452 


331.000 
69.400 
22.100 
60.700 




l-31-C WITH rS-52 lamp: 


1>31-F WITH «-40 LAMP ▲ 


Plain 

LJdiftlr stippkd 
UcmvDjf sbfiplBd 
Spread faclit 


19 = 
31- 

i 22' 
30" 


26 = 
36= 
72' 
52' 

60' 


40 

60 

1 35 

39x0 98 
51 X 1 IS 


8056 
8738 
10876 
8856 
8758 


173.500 
87.100 
30.900 
80.400 
71.600 


14 = 

25; 

55 = 
15- 
17' 


14= 25 
25= 1 44 
55' ^ 1 04 
42= 27 xO 79 
49= 30x0 91 


9488 

9520 

10158 

9662 

8534 


425.600 
157.400 
44.400 
109.400 
110.200 



k»mp. PS-40 ciesr Imlb; 7-ia. licht-ceBtie fengtb: 
Imp. G-40 dor tmlb; 4X-m. 
PS-52 dear \mfbi 9H-ia. 

K S%-m. licbt-cmcre 




l«nctn niOO Lamcsu 

Data are 

r«qocst- 

Factor"F- 

Bate 4iauBcccr o# 

For iMaJ 

to bap watu^e 



tor 



profcctor u» 



cnres 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



208 



G-E HANDY FLOODLIGHTS 



TYPE 1-65 — 100 WATTS 



TYPE L-66 — 200 WATTS 





Handy floodlights with wide angle beams, etched 
surface aluminum reflector, for general-purpose 
lighting around homes, garages, farm buildings, 
etc., ofi^ering convenience, protection and aid to 
work or business at night. Inexpensive, durable 
and compact. 

FEATURES OF L-65 AND L-66 

1. Highly efficient aluminum reflector with etched 
(diffuse^ inner surface. Natural finish outside. 

2. Rigidly mounted medium screw-base socket 
maintains lamp in fixed focus. 

3. 6-foot rubber-covered cord and plug. 

4. M ir door glass protects lamp and keeps 
reflector cleaner. 

5. U-shaped clamping band and gasket insure tight 
door seal. 

6. E^sy adjustment horizontally and vertically with 
large wing nuts. 





Pncm 
Eodi 


Typ« 


Standard Pockog* 


Can 




Weigh* in Lbf 


No. 


Qwulilj 


SWp. N«t 


A168G1 
A175G4 


$ s as 

12 95 


U-65 
L-€6 


6 21 
1 7 

-■ . 


1032 

4 



Type of 
Door GloM 


^am Angle 


Factor &«ani 
•T Um«m 


Beoai 
CondM 
power 




V«rt 1 Hor 


(Avg Mai) 


L-65 FLOODLIGHT USING 


lOO-WATT A21 LAMP* 


PUin 1 


130 1 130 


4 29 t 980 1 41S 


L-66 FLOODLIGHT USING 


200-WATT PS-30 LAMPt 


Plain 1 


130 ' 130 


4 3 1 2302 1 946 



*3^-ia. Ucht-ce&txe length; 1600 hwcrn fciieral-wr%ic« Lamp. 

t^in. li^t-cezitre l«nctH: 3650 LumoM fencra! ^service Lanp. 

Data are approximate for estimatinc- 

Factor "F* time* distance frooi projector to lorface lighted fives approxlmaU 

diameter of beam pattern. 



DIMENSIONS 



L*sip 





^04 OlA 
5H0LCS 

COUaLLY 
SPACED 



tJou.-^ 




Trp« L-65 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



209 



G-E PUMP ISLAND LUMINAIRE 

FORM 92 — 300/500 WATTS 



Highly efficient Alxak -ftntsh«d 
aluminum reflector provides wide 
spread of light without obieetional 
glare. 



Three bronze thumb screws with 
wing lock nuts clamp reflector 
s#curely to globe. 



Strong crystal-clear rippled glass 
gfobe makes a secondary light 
tourc« of attractive appearance 



Internal steel ring holds globe s 
curely against cushion. 




Snug fitting reflector lip provld#t 
an effective rain shield 



Cork gasket cemented to reflector 
protects globe edge against dam- 
age. keeps out dirt and insects. 



Heavy-duty porcelain mogul-base 
socket rigidly mounted to posittoo 
lamp properly in r«lation to re- 
flector. 



Sturdy cast-iron base, hot-dipped 
galvamiod, slips over 2*in pipm, 
held firmfy by s«lscr*ws. 



An attractive enclosed-type luiiiinairc for lighting 
gasoline-pump islan<is and surroundinjj: areas. Fits 
2-in. pipe. Easily installed, offering even distribu- 
tion of light without object ional glare. Highly 
efficient, easily maintained, <ind inexpensive. 



DIMENSIONS 





COMPLETE UNIT 



AlOOGl l$17 25* 



Form 92t Pump 
Island Light . 



20 



14 



PRINCIPAL PARTS 



5556066G1 


9 25 


Alzak-finish alumi- 










num reflector 


3 


IH 


211 


6 75 


Clear rippled globe 


8 


6 


5S56075G1 


6 75 


Base, with Mogul 










socket and support 


9 


614 



Lamp not included. Use 300- or SOO-watt mogul screvv^base Lamp, 

♦Price inrludes globe. 

All iron and steel parts are hot-dipped galvanized. 

Aluminum rejector natural Anish. 



PHOTOMETRIC DATA 




QO* 



tOMMAdV^OTO 

ftAd-j' d'^tv^* f'-tr^ 1*"^ <»«i 

lllurfiinatlon 
in Foot Condles 




Candle power 
Disfribution 



Above data for 300 watt lamp. When using 500 watt lamp multiply 
valves by 1.75« 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL /& ELECTRIC 



210 



G-E DRY- NICHE UNDERWATER FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE U39 — 500/1000 WATTS 



Prej*cfor iwingt to thU 
position for eaiy relampir»g 
and cleaning. 



Highly »ffici«nt tilirered- 
glaii reflector with the ex- 
clusive C-E long-life |>orce- 
la in -enamel and copper 
reinforced backing. 



Porcelain socket for mogul 
screw -base lamp in bronze 
housing^easily positioned 
fw etttfrer 500- or 1O00- 
watt floodlight lamp. 



4- foot three- conductor 
cable. Ko. 14 Awg rubber- 
covered-^third conductor 
grounds metal paitt. 




Factory-* assembled door 
asturas watertight fit. 



Reinforcing ribi strengthen 
casing and flange. 



Haavy-duty bronze nidie^ 
lining and door-rings resist 
salt and chemicals in water. 



12 large Everdur screws saai 
door assembly against niche 



Hand-operated vise-handle 
clamping lever and posi^ 
tioning stop assures rigid 
and corract reflector posi- 
tioning. 



Type L'39 underwater flQodtight with reflector in position for tervicing 



This high quality dry-niche underwater flood- 
light is principally used in swimming pools. It 
offers high efficiency, a variety of beam angles, 
easy maintenance, and long life. Cast bronze 
construction is specially recommended for best 
results and should be used to prev^ent deterioration 
in chemically treated water. Strong, durable, easy 
to install- Reflector silvered glass- 

FIVE FEATURES ASSURING LONG LIFE 
AND LOW MAINTENANCE 




1. Sturdy, heat-resisting, molded door glass* 

2. Large rubber gaskets assure watertight seal. 

3. Double-ring construction protects glass by 
uniform distribution of pressure* 



4, Clamping screws seat on lower ring, to avoid 
additional pressure on door glass. 

5, Highly efficient silvered-glass reflector, cor- 
rectly positioned for best results. 



DIMENSIONS 



1' 

4 



'20 SCREWS 
12 EQUALLY 
SPACED 




5" 

^-18 SCREWS 

12 EQUALLY SPACED 



f|H§SCREWS-2RE0. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



211 



6-E DRY- NICHE UNDERWATER FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-39 — 500/1000 WATTS 



PHOTOMETRIC DATA 



1-39 UNDERWATER FLOODLIGHT WITH G-40 LAMP* 



SUGGESTED SWIMMING POOL 
INSTALLATION PRACTICE 



Typo of 
Door Glass 


Beam Angle 
in Degrees 


Factor 
"F" 


Beam 
Lumens 


Beam 
Candle- 
power 
(Avg 
Max) 




Vert 


Hor 


Plain . 


13 
13 
54 


14 
44 
54 


0.24 
0.23x0.81 
1.02 


8840 
8800 
9175 


453.000 

109.500 

46.000 


Spreadlight 

Heavily stippled 



US£ STANDARD DEEP OUTLCT BOX 
l*;.VH CONVENlEiJCE OUTLET AND 
GASKETEO COVER 



*1000-watt Floodlight Service Lamp. G-40, SJ^-in. light-centre length, 

19.500 Lumens. 

Data are approximate, for estimating. 

Factor "F ' times distance from projector to surface tighted gives approximate 

diameter of beam spread. For smaller lamps reduce lumen and candlepower 

values approximately in proportion to lamp wattage. 



ACCESSORIES AND PRINCIPAL PARTS 



Cat. 
No. 


Price* 
Each 


Description 


4830S71G1 
4830569C1 
3706486G1 


$11 00 
11 00 
11 00 


Door Glass — 15^4 ' diameter 
Plain clear 

Heavily stippled clear 
Spreadlight clear 


5550556 


1 25ea. 


Gaskets for door glass 1 3 required) 


9437841AAP1 


26 00 


Silvered-glass reflector 


78X332 


1 75 


Socket 




♦When purchased separately. 



— DRAIN 

lAA PORT ANT NOTE 

Before making final 
plans, ask for oufline 
drawing K-5555542 

showing complete di- 
mensions of this flood- 
light equipment. 

Section through o niche 
having manhole for ser- 
vicing. Provision con be 
mode for servicing from 
o corridor or pipe 
tunnel, if preferred. 




A47C5 



Weight m Lbs 



Net 



♦type l-39 complete FLOODLIGHT— BRONZE DOOR RING WITH CHROME-PLATED FINISH 



$190 00 



Silvered glass 



140 



77 



COMPLETE FLOODLIGHT LISTED ABOVE CONSISTS OFi— 



ll 


Door Assembly 


Niche Lining 


Projector with Support 


Cot. No. 
(Above) 


Cat. No. 


Price 
Eoch 


Ship, 

Wt 

in Lbs 


Cat. No. 


Price 
Each 


Ship. 

Wt 
in Lbs 


Cot. No. 


Price 
Each 


Ship, 
in lbs 


A47G5 


A66C30 


$92 25 


30 


A66G31 


$61 SO 


56 


A66G32 


$37 00 


55 



♦Spreadlight door glass furnished unless otherwise specified. 

Floodlight furnished with socket positioned for use with 1000-watt lamp unless otherwise specified. 

Lamp not included. Use floodlight lamp only 500/1000 watts. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



^MBBBS 



MMMHHflHttMM^in^HM^aiaAia^^ii 



212 



G-E WET- NICHE UNDERWATER FLOODLIGHT 

TYPE L-33 — 100/250/400 WATTS 



Factory- a ift^mbled door easily 
removable for relamping. 



H«a¥y-duty bronze catmg and 
door rings restif taJt and cKeiri" 
teals tn water. 




Three 3i4-mch pipe-tapped 
openingf permit breathing and 
draining through pipe or hose 
used for wiring. (See dimension 
sketch.) 



• For satisfactory service from sutmcrged fiocdlights. provision for breathing and draining is strongly recorr mended - 



8 large Everdur screws 9*al 
door assembly against flood- 
light casing. 



Sturdy, corrosion ^resisting, 
hard-copper brackets make m^ 
statlatjon eaiy. 



Highly efficient silvered-glass 
reflector with the exclusive C-E 
long-life porcelain-enamel 
backing. 



Porcelain socket, for medium- 
screw-base lamp, rigidly mount* 
ed to maintain correct focus. 



A cast-bronze, watertight floodlight used princi* 
pally in electric fountains and swimming pools, 
offering high efficiency and long life, a variety of 
beam angles, clear or colored lighting effects, and 
assurance against deterioration in chemically treated 
or salt water. Also recommended for general flood- 
lighting in atmosphere too wet for ordinary weather- 
proof units. Reflectors are silvered glass. 



Cot. No. 



Price Eoch 



Weight in Lbs 



Ship, 



Net 



TYPE L-33* WITH ANGLE BRACKETS 



2AL33FDL1 


$130 00 1 45 37 


TYPE I..33* 


WITH SUSPENSION HOOKS AND ARMS 


2AL33FDK1 


$140 00 45 37 



TYPE L-33* FOR CONDUIT SUPPORT (NO BRACKETS] 



2AL33FDX1' 



$125.00 



45 



37 



•Lamp not included. Use floodlight service lamp only, 250/400 watts 

submerged. 100 u-atts in air. 

Be sure to specify type of door glass when ordering. Price includes plain, 

heavily stippled, or sprcadHght clear glass. 

Colored door glass furnished instead of clear glass at $4.00 each additional. 

Plain or heavily stippled pattern only — not spreadhght. Colorb available 

red. amber, green or blue. 

For ordering door glass only, refer to table page 214. 

Dimensions, photometric data and accessories shoi^'n on page 214. 



SUGGESTED SWIMMING POOL 
INSTALLATION PRACTICE 



■i -• . * » - 









-Vr- 



-•-r 



If >7: 



n 



A rypicol ffiaftiAd of ttd«pl' 
ing lighting to •■liting 
pDoti, Cut through 4/atl 
«nd odd rtinfor<»d boch, 
•■ indfcatvd 




1 







f mONlTE 



CEMENT WASHl. 
OVER INSlDf 
OF NICHE 






' <i I ^ '* 



\ 

GROUNO 

RED WlR£ 



iOND 



DRtP OR 
weR DRAIN 



Side-elevation section of wet-niche, using Type L-33 projector 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



213 



G-E WET-NICHE UNDERWATER FLOODLIGHT 



TYPE L-4T 



500/1000/1500 WATTS 



Factory-attembled door easily 
removable for relamping. 



12 screws clamp door rings and 
glass with evenly distributed 
pressure. 



Highly efficient silvered-glass 
reflector with the exclusive C-E 
long-life porcelain'^enamel 
backing, 



Cast-bronze oval base and 
trunnion bracket make instal- 
lation simple and adiustment 
OMy. 




T2 large Everdur screws seel 
door aisembly against flood* 
light casing. 

Heavy-duty bronze casing and 
door rings resist chemicals and 
salt in water. 



Two 3/4-inch pipe-tapped 
openings permit breathing and 
draining through pipe or hose 
used for wiring. (See dimension 
sketch.) 

Porcelain socket for moguU 
screw-base lamp on adjustable 
support for correct positioning 
of 500-, 1000-. and 1500- 
watt lamps. 



♦For satisfactory service from submerged floodlights, provision for breathing and draining is strongly recommended. 



A cast-bronze, watertight floodlight used princi- 
pally in fountains and swimming pools, offering 
high efficiency and long life, a variety of beam 
angles, clear or colored lighting effects, and assur- 
ance against deterioration in chemically treated or 
salt water. Also recommended for general flood- 
lighting in atmosphere too wet for ordinary weather- 
proof units. Reflectors are silvered glass. 



CaL No. 



Price Each 



Weight in Lbs 



Ship. 



Net 



TYPE L.41* WITH OVAl BASE 


AND TRUNNION 


BRACKET 


2AL41EAA1 


$260 00 




113 




68 


TYPE L-41* 


WITH SUSPENSION 


HOOKS 


AND 


ARMS 


2AL41EAK1 


24S 00 




113 




68 



•Lamp not included. Use floodlight service lamp only. 500/1000/1500 

watts submerged, 50O watts in air. 

Be sure to specify type oi door glass when ordering. Price includes plain, 

heavily stippled, or spreadliRht clear glass. 

Colored door glass lurnislicd instead of t lear glass at SI6.00 each additional. 

Plain or heavily stippled pattern only - — not spreadlight. Colors available 

— red, amber, green or blue. 

For ordering door glass only, refer to table page 214. 

Dimensions, photometric data and accessories shown on page 214. 



SUGGESTED SWIMMING POOL 
INSTALLATION PRACTICE 






i^^:m<-^S 




••I'C* J|..J g" III! 







3;v 



RED WiRe 






DRArUT 



Side-elevQtion section of wet-niche, using Type L-41 projector 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ©ELECTRIC 



214 



G-E WET-NICHE UNDERWATER FLOODLIGHTS 

TYPE L-33 - 100/250/400 WATTS TYPE 1-41 - 500/1000/1500 WATTS 

DIMENSIONS 




iPIPE TAP 



J| DIA.HOLE 



r, ^^^-r^—i SUSPENSION _ 

ANGLE BRACKETS-" ^^^^^ ^ ^^^5 



PHOTOMETRIC DATA 
1-33 UNDERWATER FLOODLIGHT WITH G-30 LAMP* 



Type of 
Door Glosi 


Beam Angle 
in Degrees 


Factor 

"F" 


Beam 
Lumens 


Beam 

Candle- 

power 

(Avg 




Vert 


Nor 


Max) 


Plain 


20 
80 

24 


20 
80 
50 


0.35 

1.68 

0.43x0.93 


2570 
3430 
3170 


60,000 


Heavily stippled 
Spreadlight 


6,700 
22,000 



*400-watt Floodlight Service Lamp. G30, 3 inch light centre length, 6600 

lumens. 

Data arc approximate, for estimating. ^ ,- . j * 

Factor "F" times distance from projector to surface hghled gives approximate 
diameter of beam spread. For smaller lamps< reduce lumen and candle- 
power values approximately in proportion to lamp wattage. 

ACCESSORIES AND PRINCIPAL PARTS 



Cat. 
No. 


Price* 
Each 


DescrSption 






Door Glass— 10^^' diameter 


4830577G1 


$ 6 25 


Plain clear 


4830577G2 


10 00 


Plain red 


4830577G3 


10 00 


Plain green 


4830S77G4 


10 00 


Plain amber 


4830577G5 


10 00 


Plain blue 


4830578G1 


6 25 


Heavy stippled clear 


4830578G2 


10 00 


Heavy stippled red 


4830578G3 


10 00 


Heavy stippled green 


4830578G4 


10 00 


Heavy stippled amber 


4830578G5 


10 00 


Heavy stippled blue 


4815467G1 


6 25 


Spreadlight clear 


3775391 


.65ea. 


Gasket for door glass (3 required) 


4S02488P1 


9 25 


Silvered-glass reflector 


49X349 


i.oa 


Socket 




I'PIPE TAP 
4 



OVAL BASE a 



TRUNNION 



BRACKET V.^ 



T. 
[' 4^ SUSPENSION 

. HOOKS a ARMS 



PHOTOMETRIC DATA 
L-41 UNDERWATER FLOODLIGHT WITH G.48 LAMP* 



Type of 
Door Glass 


Beom Angte 
in Degrees 


Factor 

"F* 


Beom 

Lumens 


Beam 
Candl«- 
power 
(Avg 




Vert 


Hor 


Max) 


Plain . . . . . * 

Heavily stippled 
Spreadlight 


14 
54 
14 


14 
54 
48 


0.25 

1.02 

0.25x0.89 


13650 
14250 
13650 


700,000 

70,000 
170,000 



♦1500-watt Floodlight Service Lamp, G48, 5>i-in. light centre length, 

30.000 lumens. 

Data are approximate, for estimating. 

Factor *'F" times distance from projector to surface lighted gives approximate 

diameter of beam spread- For smaller lamps, reduce lumen and candlcpower 

values approximately in proportion to lamp wattage. 

ACCESSORIES AND PRINCIPAL PARTS 



Cat. 

No. 


Price* 
Each 


Description 








Door Glass — 15^4' diameter 


483057 IGl 


$11 


00 


Plain clear 


483057 1G2 


27 


75 


Plain red 


483057 1G3 


27 


75 


Plain green 


4830571 G4 


27 


75 


Plain amber 


4830571GS 


27 


75 


Plain blue 


4830569G1 


11 


00 


Heavy stippled clear 


4830569G2 


27 


75 


Heavy stippled red 


4S30569G3 


27 


75 


Heavy stippled green 


4830569G4 


27 


75 


Heavy stippled amber 


4830569G5 


27 


75 


Heavy stippled blue 


370e486Gl 


11 


00 


Spreadlight clear 


5550S56 


1 .25 ea. 


Gasket for door glass (3 required) 


9437619AAP1 


26 


00 


, Silvered-glass reflector 


45X841 


1 


35 


Socket 



•When purchased separately. 



♦When purchased separately. 



CANADIAN 
OENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



215 



G-E ELECTRIC FOUNTAIN EQUIPMENT 






hstaftations of G-E Typical Electric Fountain Settings Showing Day and Night Views 



In enhancing charm and increasing utilization of 
any park, garden, or estate, in providing a dignified 
but striking commercial display, as a handsome 
personal or civic memorial — the modern electric 
fountain is without equal in the floodlighting field. 

Standardized groups of specialized components 
are furnished by G-E so as to simplify construction 
while allowing much freedom for individual fountain 
design. 

Electric fountains produced by G-E are thor- 
oughly modern in design and a definite asset to any 
park, public or private. Installations are such that 
color and water effects are continually changing, 
yet all operation is automatic and requires only 



initial push-button actuation. Although each 
fountain listed below, when properly installedj 
is capable of providing spectacular display as a unit, 
several may be combined to produce more elaborate 
decorative effects. For best results^ the smaller 
fountains should be located where there is little 
or no extraneous lighting- 
Much care should be given to basin design and 
setting of the electric fountain in anticipation of 
daylight operation of water effects. Execution in 
concrete, tile» fieldstone, precast artificial granite 
in various colors, glass brick, and many other 
materials provides limitless variation and individ- 
uality at the discretion of the consulting architect- 
engineers* 



G-E STANDARD ELECTRIC FOUNTAINS 



Type of 
Fountain 


lily Pond 
3'Projector 


Stand ord 
9-Projector 


Estate-Type 
9-Proiector 


Standard 
12-Proiector 


Stondard 
7'Proiector 


Standard 
15-Proiecror 


Stondard 
35-Proiector 


Reference Number 
Price Each 


M25398H 
$ 870 00 


M253891 
$1900 00 


M25389A 
$4775 00 


M25386P 
$4250 00 


M25386A 
$5560 00 


M25390I 

$9500 00 


M25391A 
$18,900 00 



FEATURES AND EQUIPMENT REGULARLY FURNtSHED 



Water Effects 

Colors 

Floodlights 

Distribution Boxes. 
Drip Pan 



Jets 

Pump Motor 

Motor Starter ... 
Lighting Contactor 
Pump . 



Thnistor Values 
Fire Nozzles. . 



Spray Nozzles 
Jet Ring 



Nozzle Ring . 

Water and Lighting 

Controller 

Flexible Hose 



No Change 

3 
3-L-33 
1 Type N 
None 



H 



44 
hp, 1 ph 
Manual 
Manual 
22 gpm 

None 
1-6 mm 

3-H' 
1-28' 

None 
3-Lighting 

None 



No Change 

3 
9-L-33 
1 Type D 
None 

73 
3 hp, 1 ph 
Magnetic 
Magnetic 
65 gpm 

None 
1-10 mm 

3-6 mm 
1-3' 

None 
3-Lighting 

9 Lengths 



Changing 

3 
9-L-33 
1 Special 
None 

73 
3 hp, 1 ph 
Magnetic 
Magnetic 
65 gpm 



1-10 mm 

3-6 mm 
1-4' 2' 

In Piping* 
3-Lighting 
3 Water 
In Piping* 



Changing 

3 
12-L-33 

4 Type N 
None 

65 

5 hp» 1 ph 
Magnetic 
Magnetic 
120 gpm 



l-12}/2 mm 

3-7 H mm 
1-5' 3" 

None 
3*Lighting 
3 Water 
12 Lengths 



Changing 

4 
7-L-41 
1 Special 

1 

65 
3 ph, 1 ph 
Magnetic 
Magnetic 
120 gpm 



1-12J/2 mm 

3-7^2 rnm 
l-S'3' 

None 
7-Lighting 
3 Water 
7 Lengths 



Changing 

4 
15-L^l 
2 Special 

2 

65 
7J^hp,3ph 
Magnetic 
Magnetic 
200 gpm 



1-15 mm 
1-6 mm 
3-10 mm 
1-5' 3' 

1-4' 

15-Lighting 
5 Water 
15 Lengths 



Changing 

4 
35-L-41 

4 Special 

4 

121 

25 hp, 3 ph 
Magnetic 
Magnetic 
500 gpm 

4 
1-20 mm 

8-1212 mm 
4-10 mm 
1-9' 6' 

1-4' 
35'Lighting 

5 Water 
35 Lengths 



*One set of special piping and cast iron ornamental basin supplied. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELE CTRIC 



216 



UNION METAL STEEL POLES 

FOR SPORTS LIGHTING 



* 




4'.|ti'p,.ATr0AM FOB 4-LlOMT ARWS 



9'-4| PL4rr04W fO" 6 L'OmT ^*TPO*"»* 







;. .■ sec OETAd 

-», '*• rv> HOLE V>ikC«»iiC 



-.^..^ '".|-' ^•.-' 



3|X2^)(i ANOLt 



OtA HOLlS rot 

► rurn J ANCcE BRftCt*tC 






RTAD MAI r f)IXF OAiM WCLOEO 






ir « M Close *- - ' 

I. ''OlE *iT»» - . 
t'^SUtA^Dff BuSmiNO O cap 






2| « M ClOSC NiPPte *ElD£0 in J 

POLE «tTMSCR£« CAPANO 
REM0va6t.E Plug 



J" TAPPED «0a fOn 
CtOU^O'NO LUG 



SOOAAC NUT& U^rfOeP 
BASE FO« PUJ«B NO -= 
POt£ 




V^iPPEO LOOSE 



JOINTS »V 60*00' POlES WElOCO 
*T fAC^OftT TeLCSCOP'*Ki Ft£L(> 
JO»NT> i*j eO-i>*40 moworiT POLES 
IMOT TO SC WClOEO 



I I 4' «iOC e«AC«ETS WtTM THREE | -' ThB£40 

■' »iyTs weloeo to bac* o^ EACH Plate to 

/> MOUMT TnAt^SFORMCR 



TWO ^ OiA HOLES FOR CUTOUT 
UOuNrittfC AAC PPO^tOeO 0*< CACH 
StOC Of ONE B'*AC«£T 



ftCiNFOACiHC fRAUE AMD 
COVER 

C0*Jt(N00uS WELDS 
fiASE mEiCmT 



A'U\H CROut ArTC* 
POlE i5 SET BPlVMB 

HOUGH fOUNOATlON Htf&HT 
TO aiLO* rof ACCESS TO • 
SOlaae. adjusting "WTS 
u'^Oee BASE PLATt- 



Designed especially for sports floodlighting; now 
including many improvements that aid installation 
and servicing. Ideal for high quality installations 
because of simple, clean appearance, high load 
capacity, long life. Mounting heights in accordance 
with XEMA recommended practice. 

MONOTUBE POLE FEATURES 

1. Poles can be completely wired, lights mounted, 
and positioned on the ground before erection. 

2. Servicing of lights easily and safely accom- 
plished. 

3. Taper reduces wind loads, prov-ides great 
strength and minimizes obstruction to spectator 
view if poles are placed in front of grand stand. 



4. Adequate strength where it is most needed 
without excess weight. 

5. Anchor base construction simplifies erection, 
permits positive alignment, avoids ground line 
deterioration and provides almost 100 per 
cent salvage if poles must be moved to new 
location. 

6. Poles require no guying. 

7. Add to the general attractiveness of your 
sports field layout. 

Poles are equipped with reinforced handhole and 
cover, wire outlets, and supports for mounting 
service platform, transformer and distribution boxes. 
Safety-service platform equipped with mesh flooring 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ELECTRIC 



\-im^y^fr^^^n^ 



'^-^y /n>*{^M\»*.' 



f**'»'T,Vt'.rr'*''^^.- ^w'-rHH '^^»^*V.;?i<jf7 ^ «^ cv n fTAtif- ■je.-'v? » '^k* r-r § *•* 



UNION METAL STEEL POLES 

FOR SPORTS LIGHTING 



217 



welded in place and a hinged trap door in centre. 
Platform with mounting frames are assembled ready 
to be bolted to pole. 

Capacity of pole to carry the maximum number of 
lights indicated in the head arrangement selected, 
is based on using underground wiring, with flood- 
lights not exceeding 20 in. diameter and wind 
loading up to 100 miles per hour. Special con- 
sideration must be given for floodlights of larger 
diameter or if overhead wiring is used. 

40- and 60-foot poles are shipped in one piece. 
80- and 100-foot poles are shipped in two sections. 
Upper and lower sections are careful I v shop-fitted 
before shipment and properly marked for field 
identification with one coat of rust resisting paint 
before shipment. Poles are painted inside and out. 
Template drawings for setting foundation bolts 
furnished. Foundation bolts shipped in advance of 
poles if requested. 



Design 
No. 


Price 
Each 


Pole 
Height 
(Peer) 


No. of 
Flood- 
lights 


Shipping Wt (Lbs.) 


Com- 
plete 


Anchor 
Bolts Only 


544-Y 40 
544-Y 26 
544-Y 27 


$ 506 00 
673 00 
721.00 


40 


2* 

at 

12 


1350 
1508 
1630 


230 
248 
260 


544-Y 28 
S44-Y29 
544-Y 38 
544-Y 30 


1005 00 
1064 00 
1204 00 
1314.00 


60 


8t 
12 

16t 

24 


2595 
2710 
2803 
3034 


315 
360 
363 
374 


544-Y 31 
544-Y 32 
544-Y 39 
544-Y 33 


1330 00 
1386 00 
1536 00 
1639 00 


80 


8t 

12 

16t 

24 


3906 
4011 
4095 
4336 


566 
571 
575 
586 


544-Y 34 
544-Y 35 ' 
544-Y 37 
544-Y 36 


1876 00 
1924 00 
2075 00 
2178 00 


100 


8t 
12 

16t 
24 


5840 
5968 
6050 
6282 


950 
958 
960 
972 



When ordering, specify the pole height, the number of lights to be mounted 
and the design number applying to this combmation. as shown in the table 
above. 

Design numbers include pole with anchor base and pole top. anchor rods and 
iiuts» poJe steps, combination safety-service platform and floodlight mountine 
frames. 

Design numbers do not include floodlights, transformer or distribution boxes. 
♦2-Iight mounting not equipped with service platform. 

t8- and 1ft light poles can be equipped with an auxiliary rear frame to permit 
jJ*V^" ^^^^ mounting of floodlights. Specify Cat. Xo. 1VB2561 and 
add $45.00 for each frame to price shown above, shipping weight is 118 lbs 
for each frame. 



SHAFT DATA 




Two^gx >4FLaT 8AR5 

\*eloeo to POlC* 
each bar with two 

^vj^DlA HOLES FOR 

DiSTflieuTlON SOX 
MOUNTING 



Provision is made for one 

box at eoeh service platform 

AAax sire of box 

20 \r\, high 6 in. deep 21 in. wide 



Nominal 


Wall Thick- 
ness ot 
Bottom 

(Ins) 




Length 
(Ft» 


Bottom 

Diometer 

(Ins) 

IIH 

14 

163^ 
18 


Top 

Diameter 

(Ins) 


Strength ot 
Bottom 
(IPt-Lbs) 


40 

60 

80 

100 


6 
6 
6 
6 


.250 

.312 

312 

.359 


150.000 
269,000 
378.000 
513,000 



PRESSED STEEL 
POLE TOP 



\ 5T0 Pipe 
wElOEO in POLE — 

FOR WIRE Support 




FOUR 14 '^ I SLOTS 






LJ 




k 

J_ 




SIZE OF 6AS€. 



SQUARE 



'r-r„ 




'--- ^,'^>> 




18 to 24 floodlights 



14 to 16 floodlights 



BASE DATA 



Pole 


Base 

Square 

(ins} 


Base 

Height 
(ins) 


Bolt 

Circle 

Diameter 

(Ins) 


Anchor Bolt 


Height 
(Ft) 


Diameter 
(Ins) 


' Projec- 
tion 
(Ins) 


Length 
(Ins) 


40 

60 

80 

100 


17 
21 

24 M 
26^ 


2H 
3 

3^ 

3M 


16 
20 

23H 
25H 


1% 
2 

2H 


5 
7 


60 

60 

80 

120 




■< 

. ' /A 







10 to 12 ffoodlightt 



4 to 8 floodlights 



i4 

2 floodlights 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



218 



G-E FLUORESCENT LAMP BALLASTS 




Experienced architects, purchasing agents, and 
other experts who prepare specifications for fluores- 
cent-lighting installations always choose ballasts 
with the utmost care. They realize that ballasts 
are both the heart and the brain of an efficient 
lighting installation. Poorly designed ballasts fre- 
quently result in early end-blackening of lamps, 
aggravate the effects of line-v^oltage variations, and 
materially shorten lamp life. 

These experts know, too, that the electrical 
characteristics of good ballasts must be carefully 
co-ordinated with those of the lamps, and that the 
ballast-manufacturing processes must be rigidly 
controlled to obtain uniformity of characteristics 
in all units of the same rating. 

The complete line of General Electric ballasts 
for fluorescent lamps meets these requirements. 
The design of all ratings conform to the sf>ecifications 
of the lamp manufacturers. Uniformity is main- 
tained by automatic winding of coils, silver-soldering 
of all connections, machine assembly of core and 
coils, and by other advanced manufacturing 
methods. Depending on the design, every G-E 
ballast receives from 7 to 10 tests during manufacture. 



The use of G-E ballasts in fluorescent-lighting 
installations is extra assurance of high operating 
efficiency, long lamp life, and a high return on the 
investment in the form of better lighting. 

Canadian General Electric Company are the 
largest manufacturers of fluorescent ballasts in 
Canada and are the only suppliers of a complete 
line of ballasts to meet the entire requirements of 
fluorescent fixture manufacturers. At present 
over 130 ratings of hot cathode, cold cathode, instant 
start, slimline and circline lamp ballasts are available 
for frequencies of 25, 50 and 60 cycles and direct 
current operation. A few representative types are 
shown below. 

The ballast for the fluorescent lamp serves to 
limit the current to the proper operating value. 
Specifically designed ballasts are required for each 
lamp rating, frequency, and voltage range. The 
ballast must be designed to forestall early end- 
blackening of the lamp — to smooth out the effect 
of line voltage variations, and assure rated lamp 
life. Further, the ballast should be quiet in oper- 
ation, and must itself have long life. It may be said 
that a fluorescent lighting installation is no better 
than its ballasts* 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ELECTRIC 



219 



G-E MERCURY LAMP BALLASTS 




GENERAL ELECTRIC BALLASTS FOR HIGH-INTENSITY MERCURY VAPOR LAMPS 



High-intensity mercury-vapor lamps are modern 
and highly efficient lighting tools for a wide variety of 
applications. The successful operation of these 
lamps depends on a ballast that must give proper 
starting and running characteristics, and must be a 
dependable source of power. As a result of close co- 
ordination of ballast design and lamp design, Gen- 
eral Electric has developed lines of ballasts that 
assure matched performance with the lamps and 
most efficient operation. 

Ballast Construction 

These ballasts are accurately designed with per- 
manent characteristics which will insure successful 
lamp operation. They are carefully fabricated from 
highest-quality materials and have ample exposed 
core surfaces (except weatherproof units) to dissipate 
the heat with resulting low internal temperatures 
and consequent long life. The weatherproof ballasts 
are assembled in a sheet metal housing which is 
filled with a heat conducting compound. 

Mechanically, the ballasts are exceptionally 
sturdy. A strong internal framework supports the 
ballast and holds the core and coil and housing 
firmly together. This clamping structure is strong 
enough to support the ballast and lamp for pendent 
installation. 



Power Factor 

For stable operation high-intensity mercury vapor 
lamps require ballast, such as a high-reactance 
transformer. The use of such inductive ballast re- 
sults in a low line power-factor (50%-65% for the 
various lamps) unless some method of power-factor 
improvement is used. The use of the G-E Tulamp 
ballast or other ballasts having improved power- 



factor is recommended. Reduced wiring cost and 
compliance with regulations concerning power- 
factor are thus assured. 

Tulamp ballasts make use of the split-phase 
principle in which one lamp is ballasted by induc- 
tance and the other lamp primarily by capacitance. 
The lagging power-factor of the "lag" branch offsets 
the leading power-factor of the "lead" branch, re- 
sulting in an over-all power-factor of above 95%. 
Furthermore, the phase displacement of currents in 
the two branches results in a materially reduced 
stroboscopic effect when the lamps are mounted 
adjacent to one another in pairs. 

High-power-factor in the single-lamp enclosed 
ballasts is obtained by the use of a G-E Fyranol 
capacitor which is included in the housing. 

Types of Ballasts 

Enclosed single-lamp ballasts are listed for the 
H-1, H-2, H-4 and H-5 lamps. Roomy junction 
boxes are built into these ballasts. The ballasts 
can be mounted on the wall or ceiling or suspended 
from conduit. Thus, they can be installed in a 
variety of ways easily and quickly. 

The enclosed single-lamp ballasts for H-9 lamps 
are provided with a junction box for direct conduit 
connection of line and lamp. These units 
suitable for wall mounting. 



are 



Enclosed Tulamp ballasts are provided for the 
H-1 and H-5 lamps. As only one ballast is required 
for two lamps, lower first cost and installation cost 
result. These are suitable for wall or ceiling mount- 
ing. A large junction box is a part of the housing. 

Core-and-coil ballasts and weatherproof ballasts 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @EIECTRIC 



220 



G-E MERCURY LAMP BALLASTS 



are available for all except the H-9 lamp. P^urther 
information will be supplied on request. 

Temperature and Ventilation 

To prevent damage to the ballasts for the H-9 
high-intensity mercury-vapor lamp, it is vital that 



the ballasts be installed so as to permit free circula- 
tion of air around them, and they should always be 
mounted vertically with the wiring compartment at 
the bottom. Ambient temperature of any ballasts 
for high-intensity mercury-vapor lamps (H-1 to H-9) 
inclusive should never exceed 45°C. 



Cat No. 

of 
Bo I lost 



Price 
Eoch 



89G14 
89G1S 



$42 65 
42 6S 



2118 
89G114 
89C115 
890112 
89G113 



$31 20 
29 25 
29 25 
21 50 
21 50 



89G124 
89G125 
89G122 
89G123 



19A1 
89G144 
89G145 
59G46 
89G142 
89G143 



89G54 
89G55 



$29 25 
29 25 
21 50 
21.50 



$31 00 
23 45 
23 45 
14.65 

13 65 

14 65 



Frequency 
in Cycles 



Circuit 
Voltage 



Approx. 

Watts 

Loss 



Line Power 

Foctor 

Per Cent 

(Approx.) 



Approx. Wt. in Lb. 



Net 



Ship. 



ENCLOSED TULAMP BALLAST— FOR 400 WATT H-l LAMP 



60 
60 



118 
236 



80 

70 



95 
95 



39 

39 



42 
42 



ENCLOSED SINGLE LAMP BALLAST— FOR 400 WATT H-1 LAMP 



25 
60 
60 
60 




208 230 
118 
236 
118 
236 



34 
48 
52 



45 



50 
90 
90 
60 
60 



18 

28 
28 
23 
23 



20 

3134 

26 
26 



ENCLOSED SINGLE LAMP BALLAST— FOR 250 WATT H-2 LAMP 



60 
60 
60 
60 



118 
236 
118 
236 



45 
50 
40 

45 



90 
90 

45 
45 



28 
29 
23 

261/2 



31k 
32 

26 

30 



EHCLOSED StNGLE lAMP BALLAST— FOR 100 WATT H.4 LAMP 



25 

60 
60 
60 
60 
60 



115 
118 
236 
115 
118 
236 



55 
23 
23 
22 
22 
22 



50 
90 
90 
50 
50 
50 



27 


29 


15 


17 


15 


17 


SH 


9 


8 


9 


8 


9 



ENCLOSED SINGLE LAMP BALLAST— FOR 250 WATT H-S LAMP 



$42 65 
42 65 



60 
60 



118 
236 



72 
70 



95 
95 



36 
36 



39 
39 



Approx. Dimensions 



Fig. 



7 
7 



6 
9 
9 
9 
9 



9 
9 
9 
9 



9 

9 

9 

IS 

13 

13 



7 
7 



item 



1 
1 



ENCLOSED SINGLE LAMP BALLAST— FOR 3000 WATT 



LAMP 



59G212 


$234 10 


60 


59G213 


175 55 


60 


S9G214 


17S 55 


60 



230 
460 
575 



92 
80 
65 



90 
90 
90 



160 



130 



3 
3 
2 
2 



3 
4 
2 
3 



3 
1 

1 

1 
1 



1 

1 



Connec- 
tion 
Fig. 



19 
19 



39 
21 
21 

22 
22 



21 

21 
22 
22 



30 
26 
26 
23 
20 
20 



19 
19 











ENCLOSED SINGLE LAMP 










89G154 


$29 30 


60 


118 


37 


90 


28 


31 M 


9 


3 


21 


89G155 


29 30 


60 


236 


40 


90 


28 


31 >i 


9 


3 


21 


89G152 


21 .50 


60 


118 


35 


50 


23 


26 


9 


2 


22 


89G153 1 


21 50 


60 


236 


38 


50 


23 


26 


9 


2 


22 




ELECTRICAL OPERATING DATA 





Lamp 


Ballast 

Secondary 

Open 

Circuit V 


Approximote Line Current in Ampres 






lamp 
Type 


Wotts 


Volts 


Amperes 


Single-lamp, 
High Power Factor 


Single-lamp, 
Normal Power Factor 


Tulomp 


No. 


115 Volts 230 Volts ; 460 Volts 1 575 Volts i 115 Volts [ 230 Volts 


115 Volts 230 Volts 


H-1 
H-2 
H-4 
H-5 
H-9 


400 
250 
100 
250 
3000 


137 
70 
130 
135 
525 


3 2 

3.9 
9 
2.1 
6.1 


220 
150 
245 
250 
850 


4.5 
3.0 
1 

2.5 


2 25 
15 

.55 

I 25 

1 15.00 


7.5 


6.0 


6.0 
5.6 
2.0 
5 


3.0 
2.8 
1.0 
2.5 


7.3 

4.9 


3.65 
2.86 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



221 



G-E MERCURY LAMP BALLASTS 

DIMENSIONAL DIAGRAMS 



^ I 



i 




i- L 



TT 

14- 
64 





Fig. 15 






Item 


Dimensions in Inches 
(Fig. 13) 




A 


1 

2 


5 

5H 



Fig. 13 




-H" 



k-.i^ 



«'i^»it 0«/Ti««c 



C«Atftr mt9 holes 



- i^'d 



5* .ij': **i?o<^o-** fi-f 












Dimensions in Inches (Fig. 7) 


Item 


A • C 


1 

2 


10»*i^ 

llllft 


13 H 

13 H 


I2I4 
12, '4 



Fig. 7 



Fig. 6 



Mt9.hole*i|'«i|'' -''''e**'^- 



-.a" 



4 knockouts 




L 6-— -J^' 



-1" 32 
6- 



li^ -'« 





Dimensions in Inches (Fig. 9) 


Item 


ABC 


1 

2 

3 

4 
5 
6 


10'>,6 

lO'ffe 

11 '16 

ll'^lfi 

11 '"^16 


115^6 

1 1 '^16 
125/,6 

129l6 
12'^6 

13H 


lOlfe 
11 'l6 
11^46 

11 "u 

12»i(i 
12>4 




1^ 



♦ I 



y 








€)f- 



Grovnd 

f#rfT*mol 






Fig. 9 



Fig. 19 




32 

hnocNQwts (5' • 




'2\ 



•■ J_i. 



U-^li-^:^^ 



") 




&r 



|^^_j 



« 



« 



L.1 mm 

4 



;: 



jdKjm 

lockout 






U - Z 7- _J 



f .^a^j I lis 






1 , I Groo^d 

I^Ortd l| (3»0m 

Fig. 18 



Item 


Dimensions in 
Indies (Fig. 18) 




A 1 B 


1 

2 


37?{6 
36!i6 


36H« 
355^ 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



222 



G-E MERCURY LAMP BALLASTS 



WIRING DIAGRAMS 



1 , : tOClitt 



iWi 



OOQQQ.J 



QQQQQQOOOQOQQQQQOqp pQp 



Fig. 23 




1 Reoeior 



Autoiror^&lormer 



A^iJijmn 



JJ2IUL 



Js 



Line Voftage 



230- 

volt 

Design 



460- 

volt 

Design 



575- 

volt 

Design 



Connect 

Line to Lead 

No. \ and 



219 
230 
241 




Lead No. 2 
Lead No. 3 
Lead No, 4 



Fig. 28. Enclosed boHasts for h-9 tarrps. 



5 



Socket 
shell 

Lomp- 



'^ 



jSockel bose 



-If 

Auto- 
monsformer 



4> 



j^ 



jtn 



*^9^ ^UULULU 



juluul/\ 



H 



r 



Capodtor 



t 



JUUUU 



i J 

Ij Lamp con be e<y>f^cted 

' ! to green leod of ctther 

f end of Ironsformcf txjt 

''* not to both 0) ooce 



Line Voltage 



118 -volt 
Design 



100-110 
110-125 




Connect line 

Leads to 
White and 



200-220 
220-250 



Orange 
Black 



Fig. 21. Enclosed hfgh-power-foctor batlosts 
for H-t, H-2 and H-5 lomps. 




t s « « 



)dumtm 



«ic*eT« 



Line Voltage 


Connect Line 
Leads to "O ' ond 


208 
220 
230 
240 


Leod 2 
Lead 3 
Leod 4 
Lead 5 



Fig. 29 






UQ06Q0QAf^f)flf^Q_. , 



pjiSmL 



Green 
Lomp 



Line Voltage 


Connect Lme 


11 8- volt 236-voIt 
Design Design 


leads to 
White and 


100-110 200-220 Orange 
110-125 220-250 Black 



Fig. 26. Enclosed high-power-foctor bal 
lasts for H-4 lamps. 



SocVet 



c 



_g 
03 




I tfonsfOfmef 



-\jm^ 



'KOflftJU&AAJU- 



Log reociof-^ J ^Leod reoctor 
Copociror 



Line Voltage 


Connect Line 


118-volt 
Design 


236-voIt 
Design 


Leads to 
Wtiite and 


100-110 ' 200-220 
110-125 220-250 


Orange 
Black 



Fig, 19. Enclosed Tulamp bollasts for H-l. 




L*M^ CAN U OOiiMECTfO 

' TO E'Tneb cmo nf mjmi. 

•VT i«DT rg MTM AT OiVCC 
A«00«tT QMC L«» lUV 

M USED WITH T1IAII9> 



Fig. 30 



lb 

o 

6 



r^JJiXXRX 






CD 



JUlbUJLr' 



AiitotronsJonner 



t»HlBBIr> 



<)reen teod 



Lamp 



Line Voltoge 



llS^volt 
Design 




Connect Line 

Leads to 

White and 



100-110 
110-125 



200-220 
220-250 



Orange 
Black 



Fig. 20* Core-and-cofI bollasts for H-I, 
H-2, H-4, and H-5 lamps* Enclosed un* 
corrected-power-f actor bollastt for H-4 
lomps. 



r> 



I 



Lomp 



o 



VuUUUU-pOUAUjL^ 



— r 



MU 






I 

Jransformef I 



-— jr 



A- 

I Lomp con be con- 
jnected to green lead 
Uof either end of ffons- 

former but nof lo t»oth 

Oi once 



Line Voltage 



118-volt 
Design 




100-110 
110-125 



200-220 
220-250 



Connect Line 

Leods to 

White ond 

Orange 
Black 



Fig. 22. Enclosed, uncorrected -power- 
foctor ballasts for H-1, H-2, and H-5 lamps. 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



223 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



Air Disinfection 

Aligner, Outlet Box 

Alzak Re Hectors (Wheeler) 
Ambassador (General Electric) 
Appleton Portable Reelites. 
Appleton Retract-O-Reel 
Argon (»lo\v Lamps 
Auditoriums, Footcandle Levels 



B 

Ballasts 

Ball Globes 

Billboard Lighting Equipment 

Blackboard I'nits 

Book Stack Unit 



.76, 77 

108 

95 

40, 41 

. . 183 
183 

178, 179 
7 



218 



99 



222 
158 
96 
113 
127 



Boxes, Flush — 
Curtis 

Holophane 
Miscellaneous 



Brackets — 

Bathroom 

Church 

Kondu 

Lumiline 

Briga<iier (General Electricl 
Bunghole Safe-T-Lamp 
Bushings 



137-141 

110-113 

155 

162 
174-177 
172, 173 

166 

48, 49 
182 

185 



Calculations, Illumination 

Ceiling Holders 

Chain, Fixture . . 

Churches — 

Footcandle Levels 

Fixtures 

Clip-On Louver 

Clipper Glassware 

Close Ceiling Fixture 

Color Wheels 

Commercial Lighting, Fluorescent 
Commercial Lighting, Incandescent 110-123, 

Commodore (General Electric) . 

Connectors 

Correctalite (Holophane) 

Corridor Unit 

Cove Lighting Equipment 

Covers, Dust-tight 

Crowfeet 

Curtis Lighting Equipment — - 

Anniversary 

Boxes 

Cove Lighting 

CurtiStrip 

Forty-Sixty 

Germicidal Fixtures 

Indirect Lighting 

Interior Floodlights 

Recessed Lighting 

Show Window ReBectors. . 



2 

159 

89, 184 



7 

174-177 

. 89 

.... 157 

. 161 

167 

22-75 

130-177 

152, 153 

184 

114, 120 

127 

148, 149 

99 

185 



.58, 59 

137.141 

148, 149 

66, 67, 150 

56, 57 

77 

.144-147 

136 

137-143 

132-135 



Curtis Lighting Equipment — (Continued) 
Sockets and Holders 
Tranquilux and Tranquilouver 
Troffers 



D 

Dawn Fluorescent Luminaires — 

Design 10 

Design 12. .... 

Design 16 

Design 19 

Design 21 

Dazor "Floating" Lamps 
Design, Lighting 

Desk Lamps 

Diplomat (General Electric) 
Disinfectaire (General Electric) 

Display Case Lighting 

Drafting Rooms. P'ootcandle Levels 
Duratach Rellectors (Wheeier) 
Durex Reflectors (Wheeler) 
Dust -tight (ilass Covers (Wheeler) 
Dust-Proof Equipment. Fluorescent . 
Dust- Proof Equipment, Incandescent 



151 

60-63 
64, 65 



73 
68 



Edge-Ra>- (Curtis) .... 

Enclosing Globes 

Exit Fixtures 

Exit Globes 

Explosion Proof Fixtures (Wheeler) 



Federal Portable Lamp Guards 
Filterlite (Holophanej 
Fittings, W heeler 
Fixture Connectors 
Flanges, Curtis. 
Flexible Arms 
Floating Lamps, Dazor 

Floodlights — 

Application . . . 

Handv — L65, L66 

Heavy Dutv— L30, L31, L38 
Light Duty— L43. L49. L68 

Poles 

Porcelain Enamel — L45, L46 

Recreation Centers 

Sports — L69 

Underwater — L33. L39, L41 
Fluorescent Commercial Equipment 
Fluorescent Industrial Equipment 

Flush Boxes — 

Curtis 

Holophane 

Miscellaneous 

Footcandle Calculations 
Footcandles, Level Required 
Forty-Sixty (Curtis) 
Fountains, Electric 



.70, 71 

72 

168-170 

2-21 

171 

.46, 47 

76 

75 

7 

91 

90 

99 

88 

102, 103 



145 
156, 157 

160 

160 

104, 105 



182 
122 
109 
184 

135 

. 185 

168-170 



108, 



193-195 

208 

204-207 

196-199 

. 216 

202 

.. 190 

200 

210-214 

22-75 

78-89 

137-141 

110-113 

155 

2 

7-11 

56, 57 

215 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



^Wi 



piegmvfmvmmmm^^mitm 



224 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



General Electric Ballasts. . 

General Electric Floodlights 

G-E Fluorescent Luminaires^ Commercial 

Ambassador 

Brigadier 

Diplomat. , . . 

Disinfectaire 

Grenadier 

Model ''6900" 

Model '^6920 
Show Window 
Slimline. . . . 
Star 

Statesman 
Troffers 



218-222 
190-217 



1 1 * 



.40,41 
48,49 

46, 47 

76 

28-35 

.50, 51 

. 52; 53 

54, 55 

39, 41, 87 

36-39 

.22-27 

42-45 



G-E Fluorescent Luminaires, Industrial — 

1-40 watt 86 

2-40 and 3-40 watt 82, 83 

2-85 watt 84, 85 

Slimline 87 

Twin-Turret 78-81 

Glassteel Diffuser, Wheeler 94 

Glassware 156-158 

Glow Lamps, Neon and Argon 178, 179 

Gooseneck Desk Lamp 171 

Gothic Church Lanterns 174, 177 

Grenadier (General Electric) 28-35 

Guards, Wire 106, 138 



159 



Hangers — H 

Chain 

Hvdee . 

Rod 159 

Safety 159 

Thompson . . 186 

Hickeys 185 

High Bay Incandescent- 
Curtis 

Holophanc 

Wheeler 



136 

126 

95 

High Bay Mercury — 

Curtis 136 

Wheeler 94 

Holophane Lighting Equipment 
Asymmetric Units 

Blackboard Unit 

Bowl Reflector Luminaire. . 

Correctalite 

Counterlite 

Filterlite. 

Hibay Reflectors 
Hospital Lighting 



127 

113 
122 
120 

112 

122 

126 

116-119 

In-Bilt Units 110, 111, 113, 114 

Lobay Reflectors 124, 125 

Modelite 112 

Outdoor Lighting Units 128, 129 

Reflector- Refractor 115, 121 

Vapour-Tight 127 

Window Lighting 123 



I 



Illumination Calculations. 2 

In-bilt Lighting, Holophane .110-116 

Incandescent Lighting Equipment — 

Curtis 130-151 

Holophane 110-129 

Miscellaneous 152-177 

Wheeler 90-109 

Indirect Lighting, Curtis 144-147 

Isolux Reflectors, Wheeler 97, 98 



Juno Glassware 157 

K 

Keystone Glassware 156 

Kitchen Globe I5g 

Kondu Brackets and Lanterns 172, 173 

L 

Lamp Changers, McGill. 184 

Lamp Guarcis 180-182 

Lanterns, Church 174-177 

Levels of Illumination . . 7-11 

Libraries, Footcandle Levels 8 

Locknuts 185 

Louver Light 161 

Louvers — 

Clip-On 89 

Twin-Turret gi 

Low Bay Reflectors — 

Curtis 136 

Holophane 124, 125 

W'heeler 90-94 

Lumen Output of Lamps 6 

Lumiline Brackets 166 

M 

Manufacturing Areas, Footcandle Levels 7-10 

McGill Lamp Guards 180, 181 

.Medical Examination Unit, Holophane 117 

Mercury \'apour Lamp Ballasts . . . .219-222 

Mercury Vapour Lighting Equipment — 

Curtis 136 

Holophane 125 

Wheeler 94 

Monax Glassware 156, 158 



Xeon Glow Lamps 
Night Lights. . . 
Nipples 



N 



178, 179 
116, 161 

185 



Offices, Footcandle Levels 8 

One Piece Solid Neck Reflectors. Wheeler ... 93 
Operating Room Lighting Equipment. Holo- 

Phane ng, 119 

Outdoor Sub-Station Unit 129 

Ornamental Brackets .... . 172, 173 



CLANADIAN 
GENERAL 411 ELECTRIC 



225 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



Pilgrim Glassware 156 

Pit Lighting Unit. .. . ... 161 

Plaster Rings, Curtis 135 

Porcelain Wall and Ceiling Fi.\tures ... 162 

Portable Lamps . 168-171 

Portable Lamp Guards. . . 181, 182 

Pump Island Luminaires — 

General Electric . 209 

Wheeler 98 



R 

R-40 Lamps, Equipment for 163-165 

Recessed Fluorescent Equipment 27» 42-'45, 

64, 65, 70, 71 

Recessed Incandescent Equipment.. .110-116, 137- 

143,155 

Recessed Troffers — 

Curtis 64, 65 

Dawn 70, 71 

General Electric 42-45 

Reflector- Refractor (Holophane) 121 

Reflectors- 
Angle 90-98 

Book Stack 127 

Curtis X-Ray 130-136 

Floor Lamps 158 

Hieh Bav 94,95, 126, 136 

RLM .; 90-93 

Show Case .... 75 

Stack Lighting 127 

Stock Bin 127 

Study Lamps 158 

Win(iow 54, 55, 123, 132-135 

RLM, Fluorescent .78-85 

RLM, Incandescent 90-93 

Room Index 3, 4 



S 



S-Hook 

Schools, Footcandle Levels 9 

Semi- Indirect Lighting — 

Commodore ... 152, 153 

Curtis 144 

Superlux 154 

Seville Glassware 156 

Shadeholder Reflectors, Wheeler 92 

Shciclt^hold^rs 183 

Shallow Dome Reflectors. Wheeler 90-93 

Show-Case Lighting Equipment 75 

Show Window Lighting Equipment 54, 55, 123, 

132-135 

Silvaglo Glassware ■ - 157, 1^8 

Slimline Fluorescent Luminaires — 

Ambassador . 41 

Industrial °Z 

Star 39 



Spot-Lamp Holders 
Spotlight Equipment 

Stack Lighting L^nit 

Stage Lighting Equipment 
Star (General Electric) 



. .163-165 
163-165, 167 

127 

167 
36-39 



127 
10 
129 
154 
119 



Statesman (General Electric) -^^r^Z 

Stock Bin Lighting Unit . . 

Store Interiors, Footcandle Levels 9 

Sub Station Lighting • ■ 

Superlux 

Surgical Lighting Equipment 118, 

T 
Thompson Lamp Lowering Hangers 186-189 

Troffers — 

Curtis 64, 65 

Dawn 70, 71 

General Electric 42-45 

Trojan Glassware . 1^' 

U 

Utilization Factors 12-21 



X'apolux Reflectors, Wheeler 102 

\'apour-Proof Lighting Equipment, 

Fluorescent 88 

\apour-Proof Lighting Equipment, 

Incandescent 100, 101, 127 

W 

Wheeler Reflectors — 

Alzak 9"' 

Blackboard ^9 

Class II-G 1<*3 

Duratach . . ^1 

Durex - "^ 

Explosion Proof 104, 105 

Fittings 108,109 

Glassteel Diff user 94 

Island Lights • 98 

Isolux 97, 98 

Mercury Vapour 94 

Shadeholder 92 

Sign ^l^. 

Sockets 1^7 

Solid-Neck 93 

X'apolux ^"^ 

Vapour-proof lOO, 101 

Wire Guards 10^ 

Window Lighting Equipment — 

Curtis ^ - EC 

General Electric • ^4, 55 

Holophane 1*^ 

Wire Guards 1*^^' l^^ 



X-Rav Reflectors, Curtis 130-143 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ©ELECTRIC 



^ J,JU^.>J^-.U 'J ■ 



^M 



226 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

A-118 to M25386A 



Cat. No. 



Page 



Cat. No. 



Page 



Cat. No. 



Page 



A-118 74 

A-124 74 

A-136 74 

A-148 74 

A-739-60 116 

A-739-I00 116 

A-739-150 116 

A-76S 116 

ARl 179 

AR2 179 

AR3 179 

AR4 179 

A1-B21 183 

A40G73 196 

A40G83 196 

A41G13 202 

A41G23 202 

A41G33 202 

A43G13 202 

A43G23 202 

A43G33 202 

A44G53 196 

A44G63 196 

A47G5 211 

A48G24 204 

A48G34 204 

A48G42 204 

A48G52 204 

A48G62 204 

A48G72 204 

A52G23 198 

A52G33 198 

A54G7 200 

A54G8 200 

A54G17 200 

A66G30 211 

A66G31 211 

A66G32 211 

AlOOGl 209 

A168G1 208 

A175G1 208 

B-450 167 

B-606 125 

B-615 125 

B-2069 158 

B21-51 183 

B21-71 183 

B21-81 183 

B21-101 183 

C-118 74 

C-124 74 

C-136 74 

C-148 74 

C-450 167 

C-2120 121 

C-2130 121 

C-2133 121 

C-2140 121 

C-2143 121 

C-2172 127 



C-5540 120 

C-7346 117 

CF-200 122 

CS-5000 117 

D-729-L 119 

D-729-T 119 

DES-200 93 

DS-lOO 93 

E-lSVz 149 

E-118 74 

E-124 74 

E-136 74 

E-148 74 

E-790 113 

E-790-2 113 

E-796 113 

E-796-2 113 

E-1814 112 

EC-52 149 

EC-74 149 

ES-40A 163 

ES-40C 163 

F-200 122 

F-790 113 

F-790-2 113 

F-796 113 

F-796-2 113 

F-1715-1 118 

F-1715-3 118 

F-1739 Ill 

F-1739-2 Ill 

F-1739-3 Ill 

F-1739-4S Ill 

F-1748 110 

F-1748-2 110 

F-1 748-3 110 

F-1748-4S 110 

F-1765 Ill 

F-1 765-2 Ill 

F-1765-3 Ill 

F-1765-4S Ill 

F-1774 110 

F-1774-2 110 

F-1774-3 110 

F-1774-4S 110 

F-1778-M 112 

F-1814 112 

F-1820 167 

GR-1150 34 

GR-2150 35 

GRL-248-B 30 

GRL-448-B 30 

H-150 167 

H-2076-S 127 

HC-lOO 92 

HEC-200 92 

HEJ-200 92 

HEQ-200 92 

HES-200 93 

HES-500 93 



HES-1000.. 93 

HJ-lOO 92 

HQ-100 92 

HRL-45 163 

HS-lOO 93 

Kl .., ^ ,,.,,« , 68, 69 

KS 177 

K7 177 

KIO 177 

K4700 166 

L30EA 206 

L30EB 206 

L30FA 206 

L30FB 206 

L31EC 206 

L31ED 206 

L31FA 206 

L31FB 206 

L-67 161 

L-137 187 

L-141 187 

L-143 187 

L-145 187 

L-177-SB 187 

L-181 187 

L-183 187 

L-18S 187 

L-241 187 

L-243 187 

L-245 187 

L-321 187 

L-323 187 

L-325 187 

L-419 188 

L-601 188 

L-602 188 

L-605 188 

L-606 188 

L-607 188 

L-61 1 188 

L-612 188 

L-613 188 

L-614 188 

L-615 188 

L-616 188 

LB-1200 166 

LB-1800 166 

LB-1800-2 166 

M-10 159 

M-IOPC 159 

M-122 159 

M-123 159 

M-219 159 

M-221 159 

M-1238 159 

M-1239 159 

M-1242 M-1243 159 

M-1244 159 

M-1245 159 

M25386A 215 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

M25386P to 22 



227 



Cat. No. 



Poge 



CpI 



10. 



Poge 



Cot. No. 



Page 



M25386P 
M25389A 
M253891 . 
IV125390I . 
M25391A. 

M25398H 
MHIOOO. . 
MO-123.. 
MO-221 . 
MO-1238 



• • • • 



MO-1242 
MS-1500 
NC-100.. 

NE-2 

NE-17 . 



MO-1244 



NE-30 
NE-32 
NE-34 
NE-36 
NE-40 

NE-42 
NE-45 
NE-48 
NE-51 
NE-53 



NE-S6.. 
NE-57 
NE-58 . 
NEC-150 
NEJ-150 

NEQ-150 

NES-150 

NES-500 

NJ-lOO 

NQ-100 



NS-lOO . 

OHIOOO 

OS1500 

P-2124-16 

P-2134-16 

P-2234-16 
P-2324-16 
P-2434-16 
PC-100 .. 
PEC-200.. 



PEJ-200 

PEQ~200 

PES-200 

PJ-100 

PQ-100 



PS-100 
R-1894 
R-2120 
R-2130 
R-2140 

R-2460 
R-2470 
R-2472 
R-2476 
R-2772 



215 
215 
215 
215 
215 

215 
167 
159 
159 
159 

159 

167 

92 

179 

179 

179 
179 
179 

179 
179 

179 
179 
179 

179 
179 

179 

179 

179 

92 

92 

92 
93 
93 
92 
92 

93 

167 
167 
169 
169 

169 

170 

169 

92 

92 

92 
92 
93 
92 
92 

93 
114 
114 
114 
114 

115 
115 
115 

lis 

113 



R-2773 
R-3160 
R-3162 
R-5544 
S-10 .. 



S-1000 
S-2120 
S-2130 
S-2133 
S-2140 

S-2143. 

S-5540 
S-5630 
S-5640 
S-7346 



SL-45 

STA-200-B 
STA-248-B 
STA-300-B 
U-818 



V-425 
V-460 
W-792 



113 
166 
166 
114 

184 

167 
121 
121 
121 
121 

121 
120 
122 
122 
117 

163 
39 
37 
39 

129 

88 

88 

116 



0201 123 

0205 123 

0232 127 

0233 127 

0240 127 

0250 127 

0365 127 

0392 121 

0393 121 

0394 121 

0396 127 

0401 122 

0481 122 

0534 122 

0540 120 



B 



0541 
0571 
0572 
0572-B 
0573 . 



120 
126 
121 
126 
121 



0574 121 

0645 125 

0652 125 

0653 125 

0655 125 

0656 125 

0660 125 

0674 126 

0674-E 126 

0675 126 

0679 126 

0679-B 126 

0681 124 

0685 124 

0685-B 124 



0700 123 

0701 123 

0871 129 

0881-A 128 

0882-A 128 

0890 128 

0891 128 

0918 128 

0946 129 

02076 127 

02328 127 

02338 127 

02368 127 

02378 127 

04179 128 

04333 128 

04338 128 

04377 128 

043386 129 

043776 129 

1 (Curtisi 150 

1 (Marr) 184 

1-A 150 

1-B 150 

1YB2561 217 

2 (Curtis) ISO 

2 (Marr 184 

2AL33FDK1 212 

2AL33FDL1 ... 212 

2AL33FDX1 212 

2AL41EAA1 213 

2AL41EAK1 213 

3 (Curtis) 136 

3 (Conexi 184 

4. 189 

S fCurtis) 150 

5 (Marrj 184 

5-A ISO 

6 150 

8 150 

9 150 

11 133 

12 (Curtis) 150 

12 (G-E) 30, 37 

13 150 

14 (Curtis) 150 

14 (G-E^ 37,39 

15 (Curtis) 150 

15 tG~E) 37, 39 

16 (Curtis) ISO 



16 (G-E) 

18 

19 



19A1.. 
19-BX 



30 

150 
150 
220 



20 (Curtis) 

20 (G-E I .. 

21 (Curtis) 

21 (G-E)... 
22 



150 
30 

ISO 
30 
30 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL © ELECTRIC 



i^^l 



m^^ 



228 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

23 to 428-C 



Cat. No. 



Pag« 



Cot. No. 



Pag« 



Cot. No. 



Poge 



23 
23 
24 
24 
25 



Curtis) 
G-Ei . 
Curtis) 
G-Ei 
G-E)... 



25 iWheeler; 

27 

29 
30 . 
30R 



31 

33 

33-B 

35 

40 (G-Ej 

40 ^Thompson; 

41 

44 (G-E 
44 (Curtis I 

45.'. 

45X841 
48 

48A 

48B 
48C 

49 
49X349 

50 (G-E) 

50 (Thompson' 
51-C 



51 -CB 

Sl-CE 

52 

53 

54 

55 

59G46 

59G212 

59G213 

59G214 

78X332 

88G 

88H 

89G14 

89G15 



150 
30 

150 
30 
30 

92 
92 

30 

30 

163 

189 
189 
136 

189 
30 

189 
30 

30 

136 
30 



207, 214 
185 

185 
185 
185 



30 
214 

30 

189 

58 



58 

58 

185 

185 

185 

185 
220 
220 
220 
220 



197, 199, 200, 211 
185 
185 
220 
220 



89G54 

89G55 

S9G112 

89Gn3 

89G114 

89G115 
89G122 
89G123 
89G124 
89GI25 

89G142 
89G143 
89G144 
89G145 
89G152 



220 
220 
220 
220 
220 

220 
220 
220 
220 
220 

220 
220 
220 
220 
220 



89G153 220 

89G154 220 

89G155 220 

97 108 

100 108 



101 . . 

106 

119 

150-C 

151-C 



108 
152 

185 
184 
184 



152.C 184 

153-C 184 

154 185 

155 147 

160 106 



170 

172 

201-CS 

201-GCS 

201-GFS 



208-CS 

209 

211 (G-E 

211 Wheeler) 

212 



212-CS . 
212-GCS 
212-GFS 
213-CS 
214 



214-CS . 

214-ECS 

215-CS 

216-CS 

216-ECS 



218 
219 
220 
221 
222 



226 
227 
228 
231 
236 

237 
241 
245 
250 
254 



254-J 
254-Q 
255 
2 55- J 
255-Q 



264 
265 
266 
267 
268 



106 
106 

67 
77 
77 

67 

108 
209 
108 
109 

67 

77 

77 

67 

109 

67 
67 
67 
67 
67 

107 
107 
107 
107 
107 

109 
109 
109 
106 
109 

109 

108 

108 

182 

92 

92 
92 
92 
92 
92 

108 

152 
107 
107 
107 



271 
272 
273 

276 
277 



292-C 
292-GC 
292 -GF 

295 

296 

297 

298-C 
302-CS 
302-GCS 
302-GFS 



304-CS 

305-CS 

305-ECS 

306-CS 

308-CS 

308-ECS 

315 

316 

327-CS 
327-GCS 

327-GFS 

333-C 

337-C 

337-GC 

337-GF 



338-B 

339-C 

340-C 

340-EC 

341-CS 

342-CS 

342-ECS 

369 

375 

381-C 



386 

387 

387-C 

391-C 

392 

392-C 

393 

393-C 

393-EC 

394-C 

395-C 

39S-EC 

412-C 

413-CS 

413-ECS 

415-C 
415-EC 

420 

427-C 
428-C 



109 
109 
109 
109 
109 

67 

77 

77 

107 

107 

107 
67 
67 

77 
77 

67 
67 
67 
67 
67 

67 
109 
109 

67 

77 

77 
67 

67 
77 
77 

136 
67 
67 
67 
67 



67 

67 

152 

106 

67 

107 

107 

67 

67 

107 

67 
107 
67 
67 
67 

67 
67 
67 
67 
67 



67 
67 
132 
67 
67 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

429-C to 1084 



229 



Cat. No. 



Page 



Cat. No. 



Poge 



Cat. No. 



Page 



429-C 

430-CS 

432-CS 

433-CS 

434-CS 

435-CS 

437-C 

438-C 

439-CS 

442-CS 

444-C 

444-GC 

444-GF 

445-C 

446-C 



446-GC 

446-GF 

447-C 

455-C 

4S6-CS 



45€-ECS 

458-C 

458-EC 

465-CS 

466-CS 

466-ECS 

468-CS. 

468-ECS 

491-C 

493-C 



67 
67 
67 
67 
67 

67 
67 
67 
67 
67 

67 
77 
77 
67 
67 

77 
77 
67 
67 
67 

67 
67 
67 
67 
67 

67 
67 
67 
67 
67 



493-EC 67 

495-C 67 

495-EC .. 67 

500 ' Curtis* 133 

500 Federal) 182 

502 (Curtis I 66 

502 (Kondu) 173 

503 (Curtis) 66 

503 'Kondu I 173 

504 (Curtis I 66 



504 (Kondu 

505 

509 

525 

530 



173 

66 
173 
182 
132 



535 (Curtis) 136 

535 Federal) 182 

540 185 

544- Y26 217 

544- Y27 217 

544- Y28 217 

544- Y29 217 

544-Y30 21? 

544- Y31 217 

544-Y32 217 

544- Y33 217 

544-Y34 217 

544- Y35 217 

544- Y36 217 

544-Y37 217 



544-Y38 217 

544-Y39 217 

S44-Y40 217 

550 (Federal) 182 

550 (MarrJ 184 

575 136 

575-C 136 

575-OB 136 

588 136 

2; 588; HI 136 

589 136 

592-Hl 136 

595-Hl 136 

595 589 HI 136 

600 182 

606 125 

606-BC 125 

614-G 77 

615 125 

615-BC 125 



620 
620-BC 

622 

623 ... 
624 



625 

626 

627. 

630. 

631. 

635 

636. 

637. 

638. 

639. 

640 
641 
642. 
645 



125 

125 

189 

189 

62 

182 

62 

62 

189 

189 

182 

189 

189 

189 

189 

189 

189 

189 

125 

645-AL 125 

650 (Federal) 182 

650 Thompson V 189 

651 189 

675 189 

682 124 

682-AL 124 

682-B 124 

682-BAL 124 

684 124 

684-AL 124 

685 124 

685-AL 124 

685-B 124 

685-BAL 124 

686 124 

686-AL 124 

686-B 124 

686-BAL 124 

689 89 

690 (.G-E) 42 



690 'Holophanei 126 

690 (Thompson) 189 

690-AL 126 

691 (G-E) 42 

691 (Holophane) 126 

691 (Thompson) 189 

691-AL 126 

692 (G-E) 42 

692 (Holophane) 126 

692-AL 126 

694 (G-E) 44 

694 (Holophane) . 126 

694 (Thompson; 189 

694-B 126 

695 (G-E) 44 

695 (Thompson) 189 

696 (Curtis) 136 

696 (G-E) 44 

697 44 

711-L 89 



711-LK 

763 

804 

810 

830 



89 
152 
134 
136 
128 



832 128 

842-A 185 

843-A 185 

844 134 

844-A 185 

848 136 

888-B 136 

915 123 

940 123 

983 123 



1004, . 
1004-B 
1008 . . 
1008-B 
1010 



94 
94 
94 
94 
132 



1014 185 

1014-B 185 

1014-D 185 

1022 90 

1023 90 



1026 
1027 
1042 
1046 



1049 

1050. 

1052 

1056 

1060 

1062 
1070 
1072 
1079 
1084 



90 
90 
90 
90 
90 

90 
147 
90 
90 
90 

90 
90 
90 
90 
173 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



f^^fi^ffi 



■,, \ 



230 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

1136 to 2120-H 



Cot. No. 



Page 



Cot. No. 



Page 



Cat. No. 



Page 



1136 
1138 
1142 
1144 
1162 

1170 
1172 
1179 
1190 
1192 

1199 
1212 
1216 
1218 
1219 

1222 
1226 
1232 
1236 
1238 

1239 
1242 
1245 
1246 
1250 



1260 

1264 . 

1270 

1311 

1311-HR 



90 
90 
90 
90 
161 

90 
90 
90 
90 
90 

90 
90 
90 
90 
90 

90 
90 
90 
90 
90 

90 
90 

129 
90 

145 

145 
185 
145 
100 
100 



1311-OG 100 

1312 . 100 

1312-HR 100 

1312-OG 100 

1349 185 



1350 
1375 . . 
1400 . . 
1401-A 
1420 .. 



1420-A 

1420-B 

1426 

1428-A 

1428-B 180 



182 
182 
180 
180 

180 

180 
180 
180 
180 



1429 
1432 
1436 
1438 
1443 



1444- A 
1450 . 
1450-R 
1451 
1452 . . 



1453 

1454 

1455 tHickejr 

1455 Wheeler 

1455-HR 



180 
180 
180 
180 
180 

180 
181 
181 
181 
181 

165 
185 
185 
103 
103 



1456 103 

1456~HR 103 

1463 185 

1519 183 

1520 183 



183 

183 

183 

183 

183 

183 

183 

183 

183 

94 

94 

94 

94 

180 

1603-A 180 

1603-B 180 

1605 180 

1606-A 180 

1606-B 180 

1608 180 

1608-A 180 

1608-B 180 

1610 180 

1611-A 180 

1620 180 



1523 
1524 
1525 
1526 
1530 

1532 
1533 
1534 
1538 
1588. 

1589 
1591 
1592 
1601 



1621-A 

1722-C 

1722-CE 

1722-F 

1722-FE 



1723-C 

1723-CE 

1723-DF 

1723-DFE 

1723-YF 



1723-YFE 

1752-C 

1752-CE 

1752-F 

1752-FE 



1753«C 
1753-CE 
1753-DF 
1753-DFE 
1753-YF . 



1753-YFE 
1820 
1947 
2004 
2005 



180 
64 
64 
64 
64 

64 
64 
64 
64 
64 

64 
65 
65 
65 
65 

65 
65 
65 
65 
65 

65 
167 
163 
184 
184 



2076 127 

2100 100 

2100-OG 100 

2101-A 142 

2101-C 142 



2101-E 142 

2101-F 142 

2101-H 142 

2102 100 

2102-A 142 

2102-C 142 

2102-E 142 

2102-F 142 

2101-H 142 

2102-OG 100 

2103 100 

2103-OG 100 

2104-B 142 

2104-D 142 

2104-E 142 

2104-F 142 

2108-A 142 

2108-C 142 

2108-E 142 

2108-F 142 

2108-H 142 

2109-B . 142 

2109-D 142 

2109-E 142 

2109-F. 142 

2109-H 142 

2110 100 

2110-OG 100 

2111 100 

2111~A 142 

2111-C 142 

2111-E 142 

2111-F . 142 

2111-H 142 

2111-OG 100 



2112.. 
2112-A 
2112-C 
2112-E 



100 

142 

142 

142 

2112-F 142 

2112-H 142 

2112-OG 100 

2114-B 142 

2114-D 142 

2114-E 142 



2114-F 
2118 
2118-A 
2118-C 



142 

220 

142 

142 

2118-E 142 

2118-F 142 

2118-K 142 

2119-B 142 

2119-D 142 

2119-E 142 

2119-F 142 

2119-H 142 

2120 Holophanei 121 

2120 (Wheeierj 101 

2120-H 143 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ® ELECTRIC 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

2120-K to 3007 



231 



Cot. No. 



Poge 



Cat. No. 



oge 



Cat. No. 



Poge 



2120-K 143 

2120-OG 101 

2121 101 

2121-OG 101 

2122 (Curtis! 141 

2122 (Wheeler) 101 

2122-OG 101 

2124 141 

2126 141 

2127 141 

2128 141 

2130 fHoIophane) 121 

2130 (Wheeler) 101 

2130-H 143 

2130-K 143 

2130-OG 101 

2131 141 

2132 iCurtis 141 

2132 (Wheeler) 101 

2132-OG 101 

2133 (Curtis) 141 

2133 (Holophane) 121 

2133 1 Wheelerj 101 

2133-OG 101 

2140 (Holophane) 121 

2140 fWheeler) 101 

2140-OG 101 

2141 101 

2141-OG 101 

2142 101 

2142-OG 101 

2143 121 

2150 101 

2150-OG 101 

2151 101 

2151-OG 101 

2152 101 

2152-OG 101 

2153 101 

2154 

2155 101 

2156 101 

2157 101 

2158 101 

2159 101 

2161 101 

2162 101 

2166 101 

2167 101 

2168 101 

2172 127 

2250 99 

2252 99 

2256 99 

2258 99 

2259 99 

2260 99 

2262 99 

2266 . 99 

2268 99 



2269 
2270 
2272 
2276 
2278 

2280 
2301 
2302 
2304 
2305 



99 
99 
99 
99 
99 

99 
141 
141 
140 
140 



2306 140 

2308 140 

2309 140 

2314 140 

2315 140 



2318 
2321 
2322 
2324 
2325 



140 
141 
141 

140 
140 



2326 140 

2328 (Curtis) 140 

2328 (Holophane J 127 

2329 140 

2338 127 



2368 
2373 
2374 
2375 
2377. 



2378 . 
2444 . 
2446-A 
2446-B 

2450 



2451 -R 
2451 -SO 
2451-TO 
2452- R 
24S2-SO. 

2452-TO 
2453-R 
2453-SO 
2453-TO . 
2454-SO 



127 
98 
98 
98 
98 

127 
180 
180 



2454-TO 
2458-SO 
2458-TO 

2490 

2491- R. 



2491-SO 
2491-TO 
2493- R . 
2493-SO 
2493-TO 



96 

97 
97 
97 
97 
97 

97 
97 
97 
97 
97 

97 
97 
97 
96 
96 

96 
96 
96 
96 
96 



2500 175 

2501 175 

2502 175 

2503 175 

2504 175 



2505 175 

2506 176 

2507 176 

2508 176 

2509 176 

2510 176 

2511 176 

2516 174 

2517 174 

2518 174 

2519 174 

2520 174 

2521 174 

2522 177 

2523 177 

2524 177 

2525 177 

2526 177 

2527 177 

2556 94 

2556-OB 94 

2570 94 

2570-OB 94 

2589-G 98 

2589-R. 98 

2599-G 98 

2599-R 98 

2616 102 

2618 102 

2638 102 

2639 102 

2644 102 

2645 102 

2653 152 

2678 173 

2691-R 96 

2691-SO 96 

2691-TO 96 

2693-R 96 

2693-SO 96 

2693-TO 96 

2695-R 96 

2695-SO 96 

2695-TO 96 

2696-R 96 

2696-SO 96 

2696-TO . 96 

2778 173 

2925A-25 76 

2925B-25 76 

2925A-60 76 

2925B-60 76 

2926A-25 76 

2926B-25 76 

2926A-60 76 

2926B-60 76 

3006 181 

3006-R 181 

3006-G ." 181 

3007 181 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



232 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

3044-A to 4666 



Cat. No. 



Page 



3044-A 
3044-B 
3044-C 
3045-A 
3045-B 



25 
25 
25 
25 
25 



3045-C 25 

3046 25 

3059 25 

3124-S 170 

3134-S 170 

3172 166 

3234-S 170 

3277 173 

3324-S 170 

3374 173 

3434-S.. 170 

3480 (Exitj 160 

3480 (ICondu^ 173 

3481 160 

3487 152 



3693 

3815. 
3948. 
3955. 
4000. 



4003. 
4004 
4005 
4006 

4007 



152 
99 
163 
163 
181 

181 
181 
181 

105 
105 



4008 105 

4009 . 105 

4010 105 

4011 105 

4012 105 



4013 

4015 
4015-CT 

4016 

4016-CT 



105 
105 
105 
105 
105 



4017 105 

4017-CT 105 

4018 105 

4019 105 

4020 f Fluorostrip) 74 



4020 Wheeler) 
4020-CT 

4021 

4021-CT 
4022 



4022-CT 

4025 

4025-CT 

4026 

4026-CT 



4027 

4027-CT 

4028 

4029 

4030 



105 
105 
105 
105 
105 

105 
105 
105 
105 
105 

105 
105 
105 
105 
105 



Co». No. 



Page 



Cat. No. 



Page 



4030-CT 105 

4031 105 

4031-CT 105 

4032 105 

4032-CT 105 

4035 . 105 

4035-CT 105 

4036 105 

4036-CT 105 

4037 105 

4037-CT 105 

4040 105 

4040-CT 105 

4041 105 

4041-CT 105 

4042 105 

4042-CT. 105 

4045 105 

4045-CT 105 

4046 105 

4046-CT 105 

4047 105 

4047-CT 105 

4050 105 

4050-CT 105 

4051 105 

4051-CT 105 

4052 105 

4052-CT . 105 

4055 105 

4055-CT 105 

4056 105 

4056-CT 105 

4057 105 

4057-CT 105 

4060 Curtis^ 56 

4060 Wheeler) 105 

4060-C 56 

4060-CB 56 

4060-CE 56 

4060-CT 105 

4061 Curtis) 56 

4061 ( Wheeler) 105 

4061-C 56 

4061-CB 56 

4061-CE 56 

4061-CT 105 

4062 105 

4062-CT 105 

4144 95 



4144-OB 

4148 

4148-OB 

4168 

4168-OB 



95 

95 
95 
95 
95 



4172 95 

4172-OB 95 

4179 128 

4202 91 

4202-OB 91 



4202-R 

4204 

4204-OB. 

4204-R 

4205 

4205-OB 
4205-R . 
4206 . . 
4206-OB 
4206-R 



4208 

4208-OB 

4208-R 

4210 

4210-OB 



4210-R. . 

4214 

4214-OB 
4214-R 
4216 . 



91 
91 
91 

91 
91 

91 
91 
91 
91 
91 

91 
91 

91 
91 
91 

91 
91 

91 
91 

91 



4216-OB 91 

4216-R 91 

4219 91 

4219-OB 91 

4219-R 91 



4220 

4220-OB 

4220-R 

4222 

4222-OB 



4222-R 
4230 . . . 
4231 
4333 
4334 . 



91 
91 

91 
91 
91 

91 
91 

91 
128 
128 



4337 128 

4338 128, 129 

4377 129 

4427 106 

4429 106 

4431 106 

4434 106 

4435 106 

4436 106 
4601 86 



4602 . 
4605 . 
4605-2 
4606 
4609 



4611. 

4612. 

4618 

4620 

4631 

4636. 

4642. 

4655 

4656. 

4666 



86 
86 
86 
86 
82 

82 
82 
82 
82 
82 

82 
82 
86 
86 
86 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

4670 to 7000SR 



233 



Cot. No. 



Page 



4670 
4672 
4673 
4674 
4675 



78 
78 
78 
78 
181 



Cat. No. 



5586 
5587 
5609 
S611 
5630 



Page 

165 

165 
84 
84 

122 



Cot. No. 



Page 



6476 40 

6478 40 

6506 125 

6515 125 

6520 125 



4676 
4677 
4680 
4682 
4683 



81 
81 



5640 
5715 
6005 
6141 
6142 



122 
161 
166 
182 
182 



154 

124 

124 

124 

6584-AL 124 



6575 ... 
6582 
6582-AL 
6584 . 



4684 
4686 
4687 
4770 
4772 



81 
81 

81 
78 
78 



6144 182 

6146 182 

6147 182 

6148 182 

6149 182 



6585 
6585-AL 

6586 

6586- AL 
6600 



124 
124 
124 
124 

48 



4773 
4774 
4776 
4777 
5002 



78 

78 
78 
78 
81 



6150 
6151 
6152 
6153 
6154 



182 
182 
182 

182 
182 



6603 48 

6645 48, 125 

6645-AL 125 

6666 48 

6690 126 



5090 
5200 
5201 
5243 
5264 



146 

78 

78 

157 

157 



6155 

6156 

6157 

6227-C 

6227-F 



182 

182 

182 

60 

60 



6690- AL 

6691 

6691-AL 

6692 

6692-AL 



126 
126 
126 
126 
126 



5374 
5380 
5432 
5434 
5460 



173 
173 
162 
162 
160 



6227-LC 

6227-LF 

6237-C 

6237-DF 

6237-LC 



61 
61 
60 
60 
61 



6698 
6699 
6720 
6723 
6725 



48 
48 
42 
42 
42 



5463 
5465 
5467 
5471 
5476 



160 
160 
160 
160 
160 



6237-LDF 

6237-LYF 

6237-YF 

6247-C 

6247-F 



61 
61 
60 
60 
60 



6762 

6800 
6803 
6845 
6866 



42 

54 
54 
54 
54 



5500 
5531 
5532 
5533 
5540 



146 

75 

75 

75 

120 



6247-LC 
6247-LF 
6300 
6303 . . 
6320 



61 
61 
46 
46 
46 



6890 
6900 
6901 
6903 
6912 



54 
50 
50 
50 
52 



5548 
5557 
5560 
5565 
5570 



165 
176 
164 
164 
164 



6323 
6325 
6330 
6345 
6360 



46 
46 
46 
46 
46 



6920 
6923 
6925 
6945 
6962 



• • ■ • 



52 
52 
52 
50 
52 



5571 

5574 
5575 
5576 
5580 



164 
164 

164 
164 
165 



6362 
6366 
6397 
6399 
6410 



46 
46 
46 
46 
40 



6966 50 

6999 50. 52 

7000 181 

70001VI 181 

7000MR 181 



5581 
5582 
5583 
5584 
5585 



• • r t 



165 
165 
165 
165 
165 



6413 
6415 
6450 
6453 
6455 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



7000 MS 
7000 MSR 
7000 R 
7000S 



181 
181 
181 
181 



7000SR 181 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL ^ ELECTRIC 



234 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

7001 to 13206-A 



Cat. No. 



Page 



7001 181 

7001M 181 

7001MR 181 

7001MS 181 

7001MSR 181 

7001S 181 

7025 1^2 

7026 . 162 

7057 171 

7057-A 171 



Cot. No. 



Poge 



8000MR 181 

8000MS 181 

8000MSR 181 

8000R 181 

8000S 181 

8000SR 181 

8001 181 

8001M 181 

8001MR 181 

8001MS 181 



Cat. No. 



9110-A .. 
9110-B 
9110-BM. 
9110-C . 
9111-A .. 



9111-BM 
9111-C .. 
9112-A .. 
9112-B. 
9112-BM 



Page 



22 
22 

22 
22 
22 

22 
22 
22 
22 
22 



7184. 

7200. 

7201 

7208 

7209 



129 
162 
162 
162 
162 



8001MSR 181 

8001S 181 

8051 151 

8052-S 151 

8053-B 151 



9112-C 
9199 .. 
9988 
10010 . 



22 

22 

89 

151 

10012 151 



7221 
7233 
7234 
7235 
7236 



171 
162 
162 
162 
162 



8099-S 151 

8100-B 151 

8103 151 

8116 149 

8120 41 



10127 151 

10145-B 151 

10146-B 151 

10160-B 151 

10161-B 151 



7261 
7263 
7288 
7315 
7316. 



162 
163 
171 
162 
162 



8125 
8130 
8188 
8220 
8225. 



41 
41 

184 
41 
41 



10300 151 

10377 151 

10394 135 

10400 151 

10414 151 



7317 

7318 

7327. 

7329 

7333 



162 
162 
162 
162 
162 



8230 41 

8245 149 

8251-S 151 

8255 149 

8257-B 151 



10417 135, 141 

10500 151 

10517 135, 141 

10552 138 

10554 138 



7334 162 

7344 (Holder^ 162 

7344 (Holophane ) 122 

7365 162 

7366 162 



8277 149 

8286-B 151 

8287-S 151 

8290-B 151 

8291-S 151 



10668 151 

10800 151 

11500 135 

11510 73 

11550 158 



7446 

7450 

7451. 

7452. 

7453 



171 

155 
155 
155 
155 



8300-B 151 

8301-S 151 

8355 149 

8356 149 

8357 149 



12010 
12012 
12013 
12014 
12019 



73 
138 

138 

138 

70 



7454 
7455 
7456 
7457 
7458 



155 
155 
155 
155 
155 



8358 149 

8359 149 

8360 149 

8361 149 

8362 149 



12022 143 

12023 143 

12100 149, 151 

12110 135 

12176 157 



7459 155 

7460 155 

7461 155 

7462 155 

7463 155 



8363 
8364 
8365 
8366 
8451 



149 
149 
149 
149 
151 



12420 135 

12531 135 

12844 135 

13010 73 

13201-A 138 



7464. 

7465 
7466 
8000 



155 
155 
155 
181 



8000M 181 



8500 
8620 
8630 
9051F 



144 
87 
87 

138 



9069 138 



13202- A 
13203- A 
13204- A 
13205- A 



138 
138 
138 
138 



13206-A 138 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL^ ELECTRIC 



NUMERICAL INDEX 

13226-A to 943784TAAPT 



235 



Cat. No. 



Page 



13226-A 

14001 

14004 

14005 

14010 (Curtis 



138, 



14010 rDawn) 

14011.. 

14019 

14021 

14025 



138 
141 
135 
141 
141 

73 

138 

70 

141 

141 



14026 135 

14027 .135,141 

14028 135, 141 

14035 135, 141 

14038 135, 141 



14110 135, 

14111 135. 

14312 141 

14509-XA 
14510-XA 



141 
141 
143 
138 
138 



145n-XA 138 

14512-XA 138 

1451 3-XA 13g 

14S14-XA 138 

14526-XA 138 



22019 
23016 
24016 
24019 
24021 



70 

69 
69 
70 
72 



32019 70 

34019 70 

44012 68 

50515 ; . 185 

800020 158 

800040 158 

800060 158 

800070 158 

800080 158 

800090 158 



Cat. No. 



Poge 



813230 
816660 
816670 
816680 
816690 



816700 
820018-D387 

820120 

823200 

823220 



156 
156 
156 
156 
156 

156 
158 

158 
158 
158 



824160 

37064S6G1 
3717129G1 
3740770G1 
3758242P1. 



3775391 

3778762 

45553233G2 

45553233G11 

45553233G12 

45553233G13 
4S553233G14 
45553233G15 
45S53233G16 
4802488P1 



158 

197, 207, 211, 214 

205 

207 
. . 207 

214 

205 

199,202 

207 

207 



4815219G1 

4815219G2 

4815467G1 

4830164P1 

4830549P1 

4830569G1 
4830569G2 
4830569G3 
4830569G4 

4830569G5 

4830570G1 
4830571G1 
483057 1G2 
483057 1G3. 
4830571G4 



207 
207 
207 
207 
214 

197 
197 
214 

202 
205 



197, 207, 211, 214 
214 
214 

214 

214 

197, 207 

197, 207, 211,214 

214 
214 

214 



Cat. No. 



Page 



4830613G4 197 

4830754P3 202 

4830860G4 .' 205 

4830860G9 205 

4830860G10 205 



4865078G1 
48650 79G1 
4865094G1 
4865094G2 
4865149G1 

4865525G1 
4865525G2 
4865S25G3 

4865758G1 
4865762GI 



207 
207 
202 
202 
205 

199 
199 
199 
197 
197 



5550556 211, 214 

5552519P1 197, 199, 202 

5S56066G1 209, 202 

5S56075G1 209. 202 

5556557G1 197, 199, 202 

5556557G3 199, 202 

5556557G4 199, 202 

5556557GS 199, 202 

5556557G6 197, 199, 202 

5556557G7 197, 199, 202 

5556557G8 197 

5556557G10 197, 205 

5556557G11 197, 205 

S556557G12 197. 205 

5556557G25 207 

5562041G1 199 

5562262G1 199 

5562262G2 199 

6687230G4 197 

6687230G5 197 

6687689G1 199 

8455304G3 199, 202 

847S097G3 205 

8475970G2 200 

8475970G4 200 



800120 158 

800140 158 

800190 158 

800200 158 

811190 156 



4830571G5 
4830572G1 
4830573G1 
4830574G1 
4830577G1 



214 
205 
205 
205 
214 



8475970G5 
8478259 
9437619AAP1 
9437841 AAPl 



200 
205 
214 
211 



812980 
812990 
813000 
813010 
613020 



156 
156 
156 
156 
156 



4830577G2 
4830577G3 
4830577G4 
4830577GS 
4830578G1 



214 
214 
214 
214 
214 



813160 
813170 
813190 
813200 



156 
156 
156 
156 



813220 156 



4830578G2 
4830578G3 
4830578G4 
4830578G5 
4830613G3 



214 
214 
214 
214 
197 



CANADIAN 
GENERAL @ ELECTRIC 









I 



^ 








I 




w 

r 








M 






wrn^A 






i 



-7»»- 



>^4^mi4^< ^^^^:^^i'sm^: 







->mg^'):;, 






i 



Digitized by: 




INTERNATIONAL 



ASSOCIATION FOR 
PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY, 
INTERNATIONAL 



BUILDING 

TECHNOLOGY 

HERITAGE 

LIBRARY 

www.apti.org 



From the collection of: 



CCA 



CANADIAN CENTRE FOR ARCHITECTURE / 
CENTRE CANADIEN D'ARCHITECTURE 

www.cca.qc.ca