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CORPOBATION
Contents
13 Photographs
4-5 Spec fications
6 Poles
7 Orderlng ln{ormalion
8-15 Photometrics
16-17 Street Lighting Charts
1A-27 Area Lighting Charts
28 Lamps, Formulas,
Becommended Light Levels

Light and Ecology rt Copyriqht 1973 by


Webster's Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary delines ecology
as "the tota ity or pattern of relations between organisms Kim Lighting, Inc.
and thelr env ronment, ' P. O. Box 1275, 16555 E. Gale Ave.
Man (the organisnr) has been the victim of considerable abuse C ty of lndustry, Ca ii. 91749
lrom water pollution, air pollution and other forms of Te ephone: (213) 968-5666
pollution which directly affecl the biologic process. ln addition, Telex:67-049'1
man has been adverse y affected, {rom a sociological viewpoint, Cable: KIMLTG-lNDtiSTRY
by such factors as excessive population densily, high noise
levels and v sual pollution.
Outdoor lighling has become a major source of visual pollution
by reason of ugliness and glare. During lhe day, most lighting
equipment has no aesthetic relationship to its surroundinq
archilecture or landscape, which tends to destroy the effect that
the designer tries to achieve. At night, most lighting equipment
has such high-ang e glare that ii causes eye strain,
dangerous driving conditions, and obscures the surrounding
architectLrre and landscape. Consider the simple fact thal
today's ciiy dwe ler can no longer enjoy the simple pleasure
of looking al slars because uncontrolled glare from outdoor
lighting systems whitewashes the atmosphere to a poinl
whete slars cannol be seen.
ln an age when architects and landscape architects are using
their profession to improve sociological conditions, we
cannot afford to obscure their work with thoughtless, glaring
light nq systems. lt is the purpose of the EKG Series luminaires
to prevent light frorn being a source of pollution by (1) glare
control, (2) aesthetjc appeal, and (3) ighting efficiency.

Light Trespass Laws


A conslderable number of cities have already realized
that light can be a po lutanl, and have added code requirements
restricting glare or brightness Jrom projecting onlo adiacent
properties from a given illuminated area. These code
requirements are a giant step forward in controlling glare
and keeping a "low key" to lighting hardware while stil
retalnlng good levels of illumination.
The K m EKG Series luminaires are an excellent choice to meet
these new code requjrements. 'Their sharp iight cut-off ard
precise distrlbutlon can be easily conlained within property
boundaries. whlle retaining excellent evels of illurnination on
the ground-

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Street and Area Lighting
Environmental Lighting
Landscape Lighling
Swimmlng Pool Lighiing
Fountaln Lighting
Custom Arch tectural Founlalns
Architeciural Fountain Kits
Fountaln Componenis
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Pole Mounting

See page 6 for available pole types

Wall Mounting Fixlure is supplied with a pre assembled


anchor bolt cage ln place oi arm and
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pole mounting hardware

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Wall box by others

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Specifications
Housing shall be fabrlcated from a one piece extruded alurninum
side panel with mitred corners that are interna ly welded and sealed
for weatherlight integrity. A pressjormed a uminurn top cover
shall interlock wlth the housing and have a continuous weathertight
seal and a 1/2" high peaked center for increased strength and
efflcient water run off.

Optical Chamber shall consist oi a one-plece hydroformed Kirn


Asymetron Reflector wlth a highly specular Alzak@ processed surface
and a socket assemb y for ANSI type lll or type ldistrib!tion.
Reflector shall incorporate an integral down light diffusing facet to
e iminate excessive illurnination directly under the fixture. Ref ector
and lens irame assembly shall form a hermetically sealed chamber
for highly reduced maintenance and cleaning. All wires to the lamp
holder shall be sea ed at point of entry into the optical chamber.
Lamp holder sha be porcelain mogul base with vibration proof Housing
lamp grip shel . 1000 watt amps sha I be supporied at the end by
a slee harness to protect against vibration damage.

Lens Frame Assembly shall consisi of a 3/16" thick impact resistant


clear tempered safety g ass ens enclosed by a one-piece mo ded
hlgh temperature gasket. TenTpered glass sha l conform to tJSA
Standard Salety Codes (USAS) 226.1 and 297.1 and Federal
Specification DD-G-451C. Lens and gasket sha be reialned in an
extruded aluminum frarne which sha be hinged at the pole end
and shall close and seal the opiical chamber by four (4) gasketed
vibration prooi quarter turn fasteners.

All Electrical Components sha be UL approved and be an inlegra


part oi the i xture. Photocel (Optlona ) shall be an integral part of the
top cover and shall belu y gasketed and pre wired. Ballasts and
re ated components sha be integrated onto a single mountlng plaie
Optica Chamber
as a se f-contalned subassemb y. To faci iiate fast assembly and
malnienance, thls electrical slrbassemb y shal be altached to the
fixlure with quick disconnectinq hinges. Fast fieLd wlrlng shal be
provided for by pre-wiring all electrical components wlth qu ick
disconnect p ugs. All bal asts shal be ol the component lype
regLrlating autotransformeT w th power iactor better than 0.90 (HPF).
Ballasts shall be one oi the fol owing types as required: l'4ercury
bal asts sha L providet5% lamp power regulation and +'10% jnput
voltage regulatlon. Hlgh PressLrre Sodium bal asts shal provjde:r5%
lamp power regulation and a10% input vollage regu ation. l\letalllc
Hallde ballasts shal prov de -10% amp power regLllation and -10%
input vo taqe regLr alion.

Fixture Arm shall be a one p ece rectangu ar a uminum extrus on


with internal centering guides. Luminaire-to-pole assembly sha I be
made through a mechanical draw bolt attachrnent within the arm,
elimlnating a I exposed Iasteners or welds. Arm assemb y shall E eclrical Assembly
lnclude a cast lron hot dipped galvanized pole reiniorcing plate
which will rno!nt inslde the pole for added strength at the arrn joint.
A po e cap mountinq bracket ol e ectro zlnc p ated steel sha I
attach to the pole backinq p ale and secure a casi alurn n!m pole cap
by means of a single screw iocated in the center oi the pole cap.
No fasteners sha I be visible on the sides of the po e.
For wal mountlng, fixture sha be supplled with a pre assembled
anchor bolt cage ln place of arm assembly.

Slandard Finish on ilxture and arrn shall be semi-gloss b ack baked


enamel app ied over a conversion coating. Optional baked
ename colors or anodized finishes are avaiiab e
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Poles

Plan View I

Prolile

Presented on this page is


a basic out ine oi the rnany
po e types availab e.
For cornplete details and
specilications refer to the
'spec sheeis" referenced below.

Type Non-Tapered Square Tapered Square Tapered Round

Material ExirLrded AlLrm in u m Forrned Steel Forrned Steel


Laminated Wood Spun AlLr minurn

Height Range 30'oniy 30'io 39' 30'to 50'

See Kim Spec Sheet XNTSA xTss XTRS


xTsw XTRSA

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Ordering lnformation
Available ANSI Fixlure Line Ballast Regulation Line OperatingStarting
Lamp Type Light Distrib utions Cat. No. Volts Line Volts Lamp Watts Watts Amps Amps
EKG-3OO 120 !10y" -1Ao/" 1070 9.2 4.4
110%
l?::|-*,,, rype (srandard) EKG.3O1
EKG-302
208
240 r t0%
10% 10%
1470
r 070
5.3
4.6
24
2.0
Meia ic Hatj.le Type Il (Optional) EKG-303 277 -14% r10% 1070 4.0 1.7
EKG.3O4 480 410% -14% 1070 23 1.0

1000 Watt EKG.312 244 ! 5"/" 10 5.0 Lower than


High Pressure Type lll (Only) EKG.313 217 -10% 11 10 4.1 Operating
Sod iu m EKG-314 480 .10% .'. 51" 1110 25 Am ps

EKG-320 124 !10% i. 5"/o 1075 9.2 4.2


rype lll (standarcl) EKG-321 208 '10% 1075 5.3 2.4
l!::,*", EKG.322 244 -100/. L 5"L
r5% 1075 4.6 2.1
Mercury Vapor TYPe ll (OPtlona ) EKG.323 277 '1Aok T 075 4.0 1.8
EKG.324 480 -1a"L 1075 T.1

, EKG-330 120 ' lAo/" |5% 1075 9.2 4.2


'1000 Wait 'EKG-331 2AB .-10"k -5% 1075 5.3 2.4
Delux White Type lll (Only) .EKG-332 240 :!10% .5% r 075 4.6 2.1
1,4 erc! ry Vapor
.EKG-333 277 '10% ' 5"/" I075 4.O 1B
t EKG-334 480 '10"/" -5% 1475 23 1.l
.EKG-340 120 410% ..5% 454 3.2
400 Wati .EKG-341 t0% 5t"
Type lll (Standard) . EKG-342
208
r10%
154 2.2 2.0
Del!x White 214 5"/" 454 1.95 1.7
N/erc!ry Vapor Type ll (Optiona ) 277 tj10% -5% 454
'EKG-343 1.7 '1
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EKG-344 480 :i107" 454 .98 .95

Cata og number includes cornplete iixiure as described ln specifications inclLldlng arm,


mount ig hardware, and standard black baked enamel finish. (Less lamp less pole.)
'These ilxtures have a speclal amp posiilon for phosphor coated amps on y. Do nol
use with clear lamps.
Al ballasts are Conslant Wattage Autotranslorrners

Options Cat. No. Descriplion


finishes OB -E Dark Bronze baked ename (resembles 313 Duranodicii in color)
MB.E l/ed um Eronze baked ename (resembles 312 Duranod cin ln color)
BL.A Black anodize
DB-A Dark Bronze anodize
MB.A N,le.iiu m BronTe anod ze

wall mounting Flxture wil be supp ied w th a pre assembled anchor boll cage in
p ace of arm assembly.
photocells c ontact one photocell wliine srpp iecl per po e. For mounling arrangements
representative B C. L and T, one flxture will be suppl ed wllh a photoceli (plus a
for cala og re ay where reqLr red) to operale lhe others. Wa mo!nted fixlures
w I have one photocel per f xiure.

Mounting Arrangements

Ordering Example
catalog numbers
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order wilh pole 2BlEKG-300 (Type ll) MB-A/A-15-2R/XTRSA-398/MB-A


order lor wall mount EKG-300W (Type ll) MB-A
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Photometrics
Horizonlal 2 .i51 t One Fixture
lsolux ,50 I Catalog numbers
.148 EKG-300 through EKG 304
1000 watt .144 Lamp: 1000 watt metallic hal de
Clear Melallic Halide 1 .136 rated 95.000 lumens horlzonta
Type lll .122
lsolux lnes of
.100 horizonta footcandles
Mounting Heights .062
Poini of maximurn candlepower
50' 39', 35', 30', o0 HalJ maxirnurn candlepower
.095
lsocandela trace
6.7 10.0 16.9 o ^^^
'6.roo
ANSI Classijication:
3.1 5.0 6.2 8.5 Type lll, lv4edium, Cut-ofJ
Total downward coelf icieni .608
1.2 2.0 2.5 3.4
l! No upward ight
? J90
t 6 1.0 1.2 1.7
1.75 E .413
z !.l:o -6
.5 .62 L.^
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.06 .1 .12 .17


3 8455:
.e 45s E
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.01
.0s
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.425
.085
.034
; 455 .9
.412 .ot7 rl) 456 d,
.006 .01 ;o
+ i .qsa t)
2Oc,!
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Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights o
.189
Horizontal
.188
lsolux
.186
I c",urog nrn,.b"'.
EKG'300 ihro!qh EKG-304
1000 watt .181
Lamp: T000 walt meialiic ha ide
.174
Clear Metallic Halide rated 95 000 lumens horizontal
.161
Type ll .135
lso ux lines of
horizonta iootcandles
l\4ounling Heights .083
Point of rnaximLr m candlepower
s0' 39' 35', 30', 0
Half maxlmum candlepower
.107
isocandela trace
6.1 10.0 12.4 16.9
9 ANSlClassiiicatlon:
3.1 5.0 6.2 8.5 Type ll, I/edium, C!Foif
o).340
1.2 2.0 2.5 3.4 Total downv/ard coellicient .635
o c No upward liqht
IL
G
.6 1.0 1.2 1.7 .25 E.,+ts
.!
I .3 .5 .62 .85
s -'6
- ,/^ .!
.1 .2 .34
.75 o .442 t
.06 .1 .12 .17

.03 .05 .06 .085 i


!ro "^^e Al phoiometrlc data has been
.01 .42 .025 .034 ; 4a5 .E presenled wlrh rhe grealest poss b
deg.ee ol accuracy. i des red
e

006 .01 .012 .o17 acl!a INDEPENDENT TEST NG


j+aeo LABOFATORY reporls wi I be
sLbnittcd lor !.r fi.6t on

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Photometrics

Horizontal .225 I One Fi^ture


lso Iux
-Ll
.224
I crt"toq nr.b",.
.221 EKG 312 through EKG-314
1000 watt .216 Lamp:1000 wait hlgh pressu re
High Pressure Sodium .246 sod iu m

Type lll It .188 raled 130 000 umens horizonla


1r tl .150 lsolux ines of
Mounting Heighls f-- .075 hor zontal footcand es
50' 39', 35' 30', 0 Polnt of maximum cand epower
I
l .090 Ha f maxlrnum cand epower
I 6.1 I0.0 12.4 16.9 isocande a trace
.9 ""^
31 5.0 62 8.5 ANSIC assif calionl
6t .27O Type lll, l'/edium. Cut oli
.E roc
lr 1.2 2.0 2.5 3.4 Total downward coell cient.588
No upward ight
.6 1.0 1.2 1./ l 1.7 5
2
E
3 .5 62 .85 ^ ''" E

.1 .2 + _.r_ _ +-+ 2.75 o .350 :r


3 t352e
I -q 35r E
.l
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.12 .17
= .354 6
l1 i35Fo
4
.03 .05 .06 08c O 1 2 trl
NF'
3 Lrl

.01 .42 .025 .034 c,i ct


.006 .01 .012 .017 Longitudinal distance in units ot mounting heights

.175 t
Horizontal One Fi^trrre
.173
Iso lu x
.174
I cutu oo nrrt,","
EKG-330 through EKG 334
1000 watt .164
Larnp: 1000 watt mercury vapor
Delux White Mercury .153
de ux wh te (phosphor coated)
.136
Type lll .107
rated 60.000 lumens horizonta
so ux ines ol
Mounling Heights .060 horizontal lootcandles
s0, 39' 35', 30' 0
Point of maximum candlepower
.075
Ha f maximunr candlepower
3.1 5.0 8.5 2.145 isocandela trace
i) .204 ANSlClassii cationl
12 2.0 2.5 3.4 Type I l. Short, Cut-off
Total downward coelllcient .525
.6 1.0 12 1.7 No upward iOht
E.grg
o ^^^
.3 .85
p"'3
'E.s31 *
,T 2 .25 .34 E.J'13 =
g .337 t
.06 .1 .12 .17

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! "-- .q
; .340 !
g 341 E
.01 .025 .034
.012 ) 1 2 t!,
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.006 .417
N('
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Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights
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Photometrics
Horizontal .170 t OneF"trrre
lsolux Il l:: I cutu os n,,nt
I
",, EKG-324
EKG 320 throuqh
1000 watt l'-
I
'" L.np 000 watl r i6a n_6r. -rr
Clear Mercury Vapor .153 Vapor

Type lll
L. lL
I
.j36 rated 54,500 umens horizonta

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.109 so ux I nes of
Mounting Heighls l,- I L L .064 horizontaL footcandles

50' 39', 35', 0 Point ol maxin,um candlepower

I 3.1 5.0
30',
I

f-
lr.l .o8o
.159
llall maxlm! m candlepower
lsocandela trace

1.2 2.4 2.5 3.4 li - tl .9 '223


o .273
ANSI ciassillcation:
Type lll, Short. Cli-off
t!
,6 1.0 1.2 1./
.t f- .l E '311 Totadownwardcoeiliclent.588
G l o .338 No upward lighi
r -;-J 't,7 5c .360
2 o .376 c
B5
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.25
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b
3 .qos
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.06 .1 .12 .tt E
.406 6
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4 408 (J
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Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights

2 pos

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Horizontal One Fixiure
lsolux Catalog nurnbers
12) EKG-320 through EKG-324
1000 watt .197 Lamp: 1000 watt c ear mercury
Clear Mercu ry Vapor | 188 vapor
.174 rated 54,500 !mens horizonial
Type ll
.136 lsolux iines of
Mounting Heighls .082 horizontal footcandles
50', 39', 35', 30', o0 Point of maxjmu m candiepower
.088 Ha f maximum cand epoweT
3.1 5.0 62 8.5 : .176 lsocande a trace
I
'6 24u
ANSI C asslfication:
1.2 20 2.5 3.4 t t, .zeo Type ll, f/edium, Cut-off
l! 10 12 1.7 Tola downward coellicient.604
6 o No upward liqht

3 .5 .62
1.75 E seo
.!
I
.1 .2 25
2.75 o .388 t
.06 .l .12 .17 3 q.390 e
.o 3co E A lpholonelric dala has been
.03 .05 .06 .08s !d) presented w ih the qreatest possible
G .390 6
deqree ot accuracv. lJ desired
.01 .42 .425 .034 act!ai NDEPENDENT TESTING
LABOFATORY reporls wil be
4 i 392o subm 11ed ior ver lica1io..
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ol
Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights

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Photometrics
Horizontal .176 I One F
^lLrre
lsolux 174
.17A
I c","tog nuru",t
EKG 340 through EKG-344
400 watt .166 Lamp:400 watt rnercury vapor.
Delux White Mercury .l56 delux whlte (phosphor coated)
Type lll .142 rated 21.750 lumens horizonta
.111 lso ux llnes oi
Mounting Heighls .060 horizontal footcandles
50' 39', 35', 30', 0 Point of max mlrnr candlepower
.091
Half maximum candlepower
.170 isocandela lrace
1.0 1.6 2.0 2.7 .9 .243
I! o ANSI Class ficallon:
,5 I 10 1.4 o .298 Type lll. Short, Cut-olf
.341
Total downward coefliclent.62l
l!
.25 .4 o .372 No upward iqht
E 5E .394
o .408
.! E o
.419
I .1 .16 .2 .27
.!
.426
.05 .08 .1 .14 si .431
o
.o2 .04 .05 .47 .435
.438
! .9
.01 .016 .02 .027
t .440 .9
.442
.J .444 oo
.005 .008 .01 .014 o

Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights

Horizontal .196 I One Frxture


.194
lsolux
.190
I cututog nrro",,
EKG-340 through EKG-344
400 watt .185 Lamp:400 watt mercury vapor
Delux White Mercury .176 delux white (phosphor coated)
.162 rated 21.750 umens horizontal
Type ll
.t26 lsolux Iines of
lllounling Heights .o72 horizontalfootcand es
50' 3S' 3s' 30' 0 Point ol maximum candlepower
.096
Half maximu m candlepower
.l88 isocandela trace
1.0 1.6 2.O 2.7 .9
9 ID .263
ANS Classification:
.5 .B 1.0 1.4
.315 Type ll, Short. Cut'off
o)
.347
Total downward coefi cient.630
lr .25 .4 .5 .68 .372 No upward light
o
6 .388
o .400
.1 .2 .21 o
= .410
I
.416 .!
.05 .08 .1 .14
.02 .o4 .05 .47
zsi .420
.423 o
.9 .426
! .9
'6 .426
') .01 .016 .02 .o27
.426
o
005 008 .01 .014
.1 ) .427 O
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Longitudinal distance in units ol mounting heights

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Photometrics
Mounting Heights
50' 39', 35', 30' I 1000 watt
12.2 200 t 24n 33.8 i ct"", Metallic Halide
I 6.1
3.1
1 0.0
5.0
12.4
6.2
16.9
8.5
.9 I rype lll
Two fixtures al T80'
1.2 2.0 2.5 3.4 Catalog numbers
EKG-300 through EKG 304
.6 1.0 1.2 1.7
t E
Lamp i One, I000 watt c ear metall c
2a ha ide per fixture, each raled 95.000
.! .3 .5 .62 lumens horizontal
- .= ANSI Class ficat on ea.h fixirrre:
.1 .2 .25 .34 Type lll, Medium. Cut Oii
.06 .1 .12 lso Lrx lines ol
.9.

.03 .085 horlzontal iootcand es


o
.01 .034 See page 810r photomelric report
on one fixture only and page 26 for
006 012 o17 01234 quick reference chart
Longiludinal distance in units of mounting heights

Mounling Heights
50' 39', 35', 30' c I 1000 watt
I 12 2 20.0 24.A 33.8 I Ct"u, Melallic Halide
6.1
3.1
10.0
5.0
12.4
6.2
16.9 .9 I rype rr
Two fixiures at 180"

1.2 2.0 3.4 Catalog nLrrnbers

.!
I .3
.6 10
.5
1.2

62
1.7

.85
2a
E
EKG-300 through EKG-304 (Type ll)
Lanp: One I000 wdLr c pdr rerall c
ha ide per fixture, each rated 95,000
f
umens horizontal.
.2 .25 .34 ANSI Classif icatlon each f ixture:
.1

.06 .l .12 .17


; Type ll, Mediun'r, Cui-off
.,;
.03 .05 .06 .085 .! lsolux lines of
horizontal footcandles
.01 .42 .025 .034 o
.006 .01 .o12 .017 See page 8 tor photometric report
on one fixture only
01234
Longitudinal distance in units of mountjng heights

50'
l\4ounting Heights
39', 35',
f 1000 watt
12.2 20.a 24.4
30',

33.B
I nigh Pressure Sodium
6.1 10.0 12.4 16.9
I

-f- .9) I rype rll


3.1 5.0 6.2 8.5 1.g Two flxtures at 180'
o
IL 1.2 2.4 3.4
I l Catalog numbers
E KG-312 through EKG-314
G
E
.6 1.0 1.2 1.1 Lamp:One, '1000 wati high pressure
2a sodium perfixture edch raled 130,000
.3 .5 .62 .85
I umens horlzonlal
r-1 .E ANSI Classif ication. each f ixture:
.1 .2 .34 Type lll, Mediu m Cut-off

.9 isolux lines of
.1 .12 .17 t
-..1
Horizontal footcand es
See page I tor photometric report on
one lixture on ly and page 19 for
f,
.03 .05 .06 .085
01234 quick reierence chart
Longitudinal distance in units ol mounting heights
.01 .42 .0 25 .034
.006 .01 .a12 .01 7

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Photometrics

50'
Mounting Heights
39', 35', 30',
I 1000 watt
6.1 10.0 12.4 16.9
T O"trr White Mercury
s
3.l 5.0 6.2 8.5
1.g
q) I rype lll
Two fixtures at 180'
1.2 2.4 2.5 3.4 Calalog numbers
EKG 330 throuqh EKG-334
.6 1.0 1.2 1.7 E
Lamp: One, 1000 watt mercury vapor
.! .3 .5 .62 .85 delux white (phosphor coated) per
I iixture, each rated 60 000 lLrmens
E horizontal
.1 .2 .25 .34
ANSI Classification. each f ixtL.(e:
.06 ',1 .12 .17 r6 Type lll, Short, Cut-off
.9
.03 .05 .06 .085 (!
lsolux lines of
horizonta footcandles
See paqe I for photometric report on
.01 .o2 .425 .034 0 1 2 3 4 one fixtLrre only and page 20 for
006 .01 .412 0j7 Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights qu ick reierenc€ chart

Mounling Heights
50' 39', 30' I 1000 watt
I 6.1 10.0 16.9 I ct""r Mercury vapor
3.1 5.0 6.2 8.5 .9 I rype Ill
1! Two fixtures at 180'
1.2 2.O 2.5
l!
Calalog numbers
6 EKG-320 through EKG-324
.6 1.0 1.2 1.7
E
.! Lamp: One. 1000 watt c ear mercury
2a vapor per fixlure each rated 54.500
r .3 .62 .85
lun'rens horizonlal
.E ANSI Classif icaiion. each f ixture:
.1 .2 .25 .34 Type lll, Short, Cut-off

.e lsolux lines of
.06 .1 .12 .17 horizontal footcandles
l!
.03 .05 .06 085 See page 10 for photometric report on
one iixture only and page 21 ior
.01 .02 .425 .034 o 1 2 3 4 quick reference chart
006 01 012 .017 Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights

Mounting Heights 11000 watt


50' 39', 30'
I 6.1 10.0 12.4 16.9 T ct"ut Mercury vapor
3.1 5.0 6.2 8.5 .s) I rype ll
Two tixtures at 180"
1.2 2.0 2.5
IL Cataloq numbers
6 .6 1.0 1.2 1.7 EKG 320 through EKG-324 (Type ll)
E
3 .62 .85 Lamp: One, 1000 watt clear mercury
2a vapor per flxtL.rre, each rated 54,500
- lumens horizontal
.1 .2 .25 .34 .= ANSI Classificatlon each fixture:
Type ll. tvledium, Cut-off
.06 .12 .17
1
.1

.2 lsolLrx lines of
.03 .05 .06 .085 ! horizontal f ootcaf dles

034 See page 10 for photometrlc report


.01 .42 .025
on one fixture only
006 01 .012 0170 I 2 3 4
Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights

Kim Ljghting, lnc. 13


Photometrics

I
Mounting Heighls 400 watt
50' 39', 35' 30'
Delux White Mercury
-9
2.5

1.0
4.1

1.6
5.0

2.O
6.8

2.7
.9 I Type lll
Two fixtLrres al 180'

tr ,5 1.0 1.4 Caialog numbers


t EKG-340 through EKG-344
.25 .68 E
Lamp: One, 400 wait mercury vapor
delux while (phosphor coated) per
:c
.1 .16 .2 .27
flxt!re, each rated 21,750 lumens
,; horizontal
.05 .08 .1 .14 I

i ANSIC assilication. each fixture


.42 .04 .05 .47 Type lll. Short, Cut-off
.2
! lsolux lines of
.01 .016 .42 .427 horizonta footcandles
See page T'1 for photometric report on
.005 .008 .01 014 01234 one fixture only and page22lat
Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights qu ick reierence chart

Mouniing Heighls I
50' 39 35', 30', t "
g 5.0

2.5
8.1

4.1
10.0

5.0
13.6

6.8
-L
5 I
311"1"JJn,," Mercury
rYPe lll
1 = FoL.rr iixtLfes at 90"
Catalog nL.rmbers
lr- 1.0 1.6 2.4 27
EKG-340 through EKG-344
G
E
.5 1.0 1.4 Lamp: One, 400 watt mercury vapor
delux wh te (phosphor coaled) per
.25 .4 .5 .68 1 xture, each rated 21.750 lumens
I
horizonta
.1 .16 .2 .27 ANS IClassilicallon each tlxture:
.05 .08 .1 .14 Type lll, Short, Cut ofi
! lsolux lnes of
.o2 .04 .05 o7 horizonta lootcandles
See page 11 ior photometr c report
.07 .01 6 .02 .027 O 1 2 3 4 on one Jlxture on y and page 27 for
.005 .008 .01 014 Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights qu ck reference chart

50'
Mounting Heights
39', 30'
I
I " I 1000 watt
f+f Delux White Mercury
;i'E f
12.2 20.0
9 rype rrr
6.1 10.0 12.4 16.9
1 Four frxtures at 90'

lr 31 5.0 6.2 8.5 '| c"tutog nurnbers


E B EKG-330 through EKG-334
1.2 2.O 2.5 3.4 .! t"",0: Or -. t0O0 warl Tpr .u y ldpor
.! o-lu. wh l- procp'ror. oareoipc'
,6 1.0 1.2 1.7 '; E
- .85
f xture. each rated 60,000 lumens
.3 .5 .62 .c horlzontal
3 nruSl Classification. each fixture:
.1 .2 .25 .34 t Type lll, Short. Cut-oif

06 ,T 12 .17
$
! lsolux lines of
"orizor'r'loor.a-dle\
e
!
.03 .05 .06 .085 -! See page I for photometric report on
.01 .o2 .025 .034 0123 4 one flxture only and page 25lor
.006 .01 .o12 0l7 Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights quick reference chart

T4 Kim Llghilng. lnc.


Photometrics
Mo!nting Heighls
,, * ru'
-9
50',

12.2
39'

20.o
35',

24.B ..'ul-1
,"" I
I-ttIrltll:-,
l I I IrP
^ -LI ll3l,'ffi11,,,,"
rvperrr "",,0"
6.1 10.0 12.4 un nur rr:: j'Ps ::i ru
[ourrrxruresareu.
t ffitE ., l'---'l-. cataoqnunbec
31 5.0 6.2 o, |] I l,,l| tKoi0lotllo:-ol']t^Gr04
I
IL
f
| | _r_'lllI lE
.! 1.2 2.4 2.5
- .6 1.0 1.2 1.7 f l:- T-IT I TaT fT t f tI.g ANSI classlfication. each fixture:
.3 .5 .62

.1 .2 .25
.06 .1 .12
.03 .05 .06

.01 .o2 .a25 .0340 1 2 3 4 qu ck reference chart


Longitudinal distance in units of mounling heights

50'
Mounting Heights
39', 35', * w" Ltl ;fl:.,," sodium
^ -L ryperrr
I 30.5

12.2
50.0 62.0

24.A
"." I -lt flffff|11j -,
.,n
FT;+l+l++lJ+iH, a I :Jj,:,,:::"
",,,
-l-
l!
:
6s Hll i' I II I ll]l€ er'"oo1L'oPs
LL I rt ttl L- J l ll ll E
10.0 12.4
"u ''j""::l'no j':
6.1
t
.!
E
3.1

1.2
.6
5.0
2.4
1.0
6.2
2.5
1.2
ll1.7 lll
I
lll+il
I '-r++++l
I I I "r
€ L --l^ -E
I
ii;'ioou''.un'no"on'ui
ANSI Classi{icatlon, each fixture:
.3 .5 .62 ;, n-T-f-fl Ffl-f1-- I rypa il. Med Lr cur orr
mtg I I
ra L | | | t
tsoru, t,-es or
ho'izortal 'ootcandres

,,ffi$
.1 .2 .25

.06 .12
.1
r:i:,T"'fi'lij"ff1i';o';j:u""
.03 .05 .06 .0850 1 2 3 4 quick reference chart
.01 .42 .o25 034 Lonsitudinal distance in units ol mounting heights
006 01 012 .017

Mounting Heighls I
50' 30'l'
12.2 200 24.n
I
I 6.1 10.0 12.4 16.9
Four lixtures at 90"
t IL 3.1 5.0 6.2 8,5 Catalog numbers
EKG-320 through EKG-324
E
.! Lamp: One, 1000 watt clear mercury
1.2 2.0 2.5 3.4 2 vapor per fixtLrre, each rated 54.500
! .6 1.0 1.2 lLrmens horizonta
.3 .5 .62 .85 ANSI Classif lcation. each f ixture:
Type lll, Short, Cui-off
,1 .2 .25 .34 lsolux lines of
horlzontal footcandles
.06 ,T .12 .17
See page 10 for photomeiric report
.03 .05 .06 .085 on one fixiure only and page 26 for
.01 .o2 .o25 .034 O quick reference chart
.006 01 .o12 .017 Longitudinal distance in units of mounting heights

Kim Lighting. in c. 15
Street Lighting Quick Reference Charts

I 1000 watt
I c1"", Metallic Halide Width ot Area
Type ll and Ill

Pole Spacing

See page S lor photometric B ack numbers: Wh te area of chart s for a 3:1 average
repori on l xture. Type lll dlstribution (opt mum) lo minimum uniformiiy oi llunrinatlon.
See page 28 for formula Gray area of charl exceeds 3:1 unilornrlty. Check iso ux
used tol]alclr a1-. this chari diagrams on page I io determine accepiabil ty.

lvlountinq Heiqhj 30' 39', 50'

Width ot Area 30' 35', 4]', 45' 50 60' 35', 40' 45', 50' 60' 7)', 4O', 45', 50' 60' 71', 80' 50' 60' 7O', 80' 90' 100'
1.6 526 483 443 4'10 333 451 420 3S0 364 321 285 401 374 350 311 279 251 316 244^ 240
1.8 429 3S4 364 340 296 401 373 347 323 246 356 333 311 276 248 281 193 177
Average zi 421 386 355 306 266 361 312 291 257 228 321 300 280 249 223 201 174 160
Maintained 2.5 309 284 262 245 21A 288 269 250 246 1A2 256 244 224 160 r9e 12n
llluminalion
.tn 3_0 280 257 236 219 204 177 240 224 204 194 152 214 149 134 126 1T6 106
FootcandleslL 210 1S3 177 164 153 133 114 112 100 95 B7 BO

5.0 168 106 103 e1 99 89 BO 91 83 76 69 64


7.0 76 83 73 65 71 64 57 72 65 5g s4 50 46
POLE SPACING (feet) POLE SPACING (leet) POLE SPAC NG (feet) POLE SPACING (feet)

-L 1000 watt
I xiglt Pressure Sodium Width ot Area
Type lll

Pole Spacing Pole Spacing


01" S d- o S "o9" -o I Or- sid" or srdoqF -d

See page I for photometric Black numbers: White area ol chart is for a 3:1 average
report on f xture. Type lll d strib!tion (optimum) to minirnurn Lniformity of llurnination.
See page 28 for formula cray area ol chart exceeds 3:1 unlformity. Check lsolux
used lo calcu ate this chari diagram on page I to determlne acceptabillty.

Nlounting Heighl 30' 35', 3S', 50'

Widlh of Area 30' 35', 40' 45' 50', 35', 40' 4s', 50' 60' 44', 45' 50' 60' 50' 60' 70 BO'

1.8 538 494 452 417 386 461 42n 397 371 324 409 342 357 316 323 291 263 238
2.0 485 445 407 344 415 385 334 292 369 344 321 284 251 262 237 215
Average 388 356 325 300 27R 308 267 233 295 227 232 ?14 190 172
Mainlained 3.0 323 296 271 250 232 257 194 246 229 214 189 194 158 143
.
tn
4.0 242 222 203 188 174 208 193 179 146 184 112 161 142 145 131 119 107
Footcandles 5.0 194 178 163 150 139 166 154 143 133 117 147 137 128 114 116 T05 95

1.0 138 127 116 107 99 T19 110 102 95 83 105 98 92 81 83 75 61


10.0 97 B9 81 75 70 77 72 67 5B 74 69 64 57 5B 52 43
POLE SPAC NG (feet) POLE SPACING (feet) POLF SPAC ING (feet) POLE SPACING (feet)

'16 K m L Ohi ng. lnc


Street Lighting Quick Reference Charts
I 1000 watt
I o"tu, White Mercury Width of Area
Type lll
I
Pole Spacing
a One S de or Staggered I
See page 9 for photometr c Black numbers: White area oi chart is lor a 3:1 average
report on fixture. Type lll distribution (opt jmu m) to minirnurn unitormiiy of llumlnatlon.
See page 28 for formula Gray area of chart exceeds 3:1 uniJormity. Check lsolux
used to calculate thls chari diaqram on paqe I to determine acceptabilily.

lvlounling Heighl 30' 3S', 50'


Width of Area 30' 35', 40' 4s', 35', 4A' 45', 50' 40' 4s', 50' 60' 50' 60' 70' 80'
1.2 297 278 256 235 255 239 226 212 224 212 202 180 179 161 150 '138

1,4 254 234 220 202 219 205 197 195 183 174 155 153 141 124 118
Average f.S 223 208 197 19'1 179 169 158 171 160 152 135 134 123 112 103
Mainlained 1J 198 185 172 157 169 158 151 141 152 142 135 124 119 110 100 91
llluminalion
^
^1L 17A 154 142 1!3 T35 12n T36 12n 122 109 108 100 s0 83
ln 153
Fooicandles l! 143 133 123 113 122 114 108 101 109 102 a7 86 79 72
3.9 119 111 102 95 102 96 90 85 9T 85 B1 73 72 59
4.0 B4 77 7A 77 72 68 64 6B 61 54 50 45 42
POLE SPACING (feet) POLE SPAC NG (Jeet) POLE SPAC lN G (feet) POLE SPAC ING (feet)

I 1000 watt
I ct"ur Mercury Vapor
Type ll and lll

Pole Spacing
One Side or Siaqaered

See page 10 for photometric Black numbers: White area oi chart is for a 3:1 averaqe
repori on fixture. Type lll dlstribution (optimum) to minimum uniforrnlty of illumination.
See page 28 ior iormula Gray area oi chart exceeds 3i1 unlform ty. Check isolux
used to ca cu ate th s chart. d agrams on page 10 to determine acceptabillty.

lllounting Height 30' 3S', 50'

Width ol Area 30' 35', 40' 4s'. 50' 60' 35' 40' 45', 50' 60' 7j', 40', 45' 50', 60' 70, BO' 50' 60' 71'. 80' 90' 100'
1.2 30s 243 245 217 242 263 248 231 20s 185 250 23s 223 179 163 139 130
't.4 261 242 225 210 186 241 226 212 198 176 159 214 154 140 119 111
Average 1.6 247 229 212 197 a84 163 211 198 186 154 139 134 123 104 98
Maintained j.t 219 2Q3 1n8 '163 144 188 119 109 101 g3 a7
lllumination
tn ?9 198 183 170 147 '130 123 111 108 9B el 84 78

Footcandles 2.5 118 144 98 8e 86 78 79 72 67


30 9B 74 72 65 72 60 52
4.0 74 65 62 56 67 60 54 49 5S 54 49 42 3e
POLE SPACING (feet) POLE SPAC NG (feei) POLE SPACING (feet) POLE SPAC ING (feet)
Area Lighting Quick Reference Chart

T Jf
I
-I
I

I tI
Two iixtures at 180' I
'1000 watt
Area lo be
Clear Metallic Halide llluminated
Type lll
It
I
__t
See page 12 for photomelric {- .."nnrorr,".seachs rr*! -J
report on one unit onlY.

Average Maintained lllumination in Footcandles

ba

l.)

NLrmbers are moLrnting he ghts


Portion of curve between
mounting heights is within a
uniformity of 4:1, average
1o min imum illumination ior
thal given mounting height.
Chart can be used to deterrnine
pole spaclng for a desired
'footcandle level,or
footcandles from a given
pole spacing and luminaire
conliguration.

o
o
5100
('
'F"
oo
g50
o
o-
tzs
o
See page 28 for formula (!
used to calculate this chart- J
o 25 50 75 100 125 150
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
18 Kim Lighling, lnc.
Area Lighting Quick Reference Chart

al I

I
-I
I

T I
Two fixtures at 180" I t
1000 watt -t Area to be
High Pressure Sodium llluminated
Type lll
I
i
__t
pore
See page 12 lor photometrlc 1-- ,"is'tudhar
"o*"n
n*n
--J
report on one unit only.

Average Maintained lllumination in Footcandles

o a

Numbers are mounting heighls


Portion of curve between
mounting heights is within a
uniformily of 4:1. average
lo m nimum illuminatlon for
that given mounting height.
Chart can be used to determine
pole spac ng for a des red
'footcand e level,or
iootcandles from a given
pole spacing and umina re
configuration.

o
o
100
=.
(')
'E tu

U'
950
o
o-
tzs
o
See page 28 for formula
used io calculate this chart. J
0255075 100 125 150
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
Kim Lighting, lnc. '19
Area Lighting Quick Reference Chart

II I

I
l

I I
Two fixtures at 180" I
1000 watt -l Area io be
Delux White Mercu ry Laletal aole Spacins {feerl
lllum inated
Type lll
TI
I -l _l
See page 13lor photometric
tl
+ r onsirudinar eob seacins rr6el---J
report on one unit on y.

Average Maintained lllumination in Footcandles

4)

Nurnbers are mounling heights


Portion of curve belween
mounting heights is within a
un forrnity of 4:T, average
to minimum illumination for
that given mount ng height.
Chart caa be used to determine
pole spacing ior a desired
footcandle level.or
footcandles from a given
pole spacing and luminaire
configuration.

o
0)
100
=o'
'6 ,.
(E
o '"
o
9so
o
o-
Ezs
o
See page 28 for formula (!
used to calculate this chart. J
0 25 50 75 100 125 150
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
20 Kim Ljghtjng. lnc.
Area Lighting Quick Reference Chart

I
I
Two f xtures at 180"

1000 watt
Clear Mercury Vapor
Type lll
I
I

I
II
I
a.toral Pole SpaciE {leel)
Area to be
llluminated

t __t
See page l3 for phoiometric l ronsrrudrna' pore seeins {r*r)---}
report on one unit on y.

Average Maintained lllumination in Footcandles

?)

Numbers are mounting heights


Portion of curve between
mounling heights ls wilhin a
un formity of 4:1, average
to minirnu.yt il umination for
thal givef mounting height.
Chart can be used to determine
pole spacing ior a desired
lootcandle evel.or
lootcandles from a given
pole spacing and uminalre
conliquralion.

o
go 100
t'r
'6 ,.
(E '"
o.
ct
950
o
o-
Ezs
o
See page 28 for iormu la (!
used io calculate this chart. J
0255075 100 125 150
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
Kim Lighting, Inc. 21
Area Lighting Quick Reference Chart

I
I
Two fixtures at 180"

400 watt
Delux Wh ite Mercury
I
I -I
l.te.al Pole Spscins lr€€tl
Area to be
I llum inated
Type lll
_l I
I
__t
See page 14 for photometric l,-bnsirudinar
pore se&ii, reo- J
reporl on one unit only.

Average Maintained lllumination in Footcandles

Numbers are mounting heights


Portion of curve between
mount ng heights is withln a
Lrnlforrnlty of 4i1, average
to minimum illumination for
that given mounling height.
Chart can be used to determine
pole spacing for a desired
lootcandle level,or
footcandles from a given
pole spacing and lumlnalre
configuration.

o
(,
100
=('
'6 ,.
o
o
950
o
(l-
Ezs
o
See page 28 lor {ormula (!
used to calcuJale this chart. J
0 25 50 75 100 125 150
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
22 Kim Lighting. lnc.
Area Lighting Quick Reference Ghart

0lr{r I

I
Four Jixtures at 90'
.L
I
I

- -L
I ---.-
1000 watt
,",:". Area to be
Clear Metallic Halide lllum inated
Type lll i

I
H
i --f -t-
See page 15 for photomelrlc f r."s r,0.. Pore spac'nq reel
1
report on one unlt only.

Average Maintained lllumination in Footcandles

o
u)

Numbers are mouniing heights


Portion of curve between
mounting heights is within a
uniformity of 4i1, average
to min imum illumination for
that given mount ng heighi-
Chart can be !sed to determine
pole spacing for a desjred --
foolcandle level,or
footcandles from a given
pole spacing and lLr minaire
configuration.

d,
(.)
5 100
g|
'6 ,.
o
3s0
o
.!
I See page 28 for formula
used to calculale this chari
tzs
o
o
J
0255075 100 125 150 17s
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
Kim Llqhtinq, lnc. 23
Area Lighting Quick Reference Chart

+
Four fixtures at 90"

1000 watt
+
l

-L
it-"i .-
Area to be
High Pressure Sodium lllum inated
Type lll
r+lT I ---r-
I - 1r
See page 15 for photometric
report on one L.rnit only.
?
--_]

Average Maintained lllumination in Footcandles

6
ll>

Numbers are mounting heights


Portlon of curve between
mount ng heights is w thin a
unlform ly of 4i1, average
lo minimum illumination for
that given mounting height.
Chart can be used to delermine
pole spacing for a desired
footcandle level,or
lootcandles from a given
pole spacing and lum nalre
configu ratlon.

o
o
100
=(,
'6 ,.
oo
g50
o
o-
Ezs
See page 28 ior formula
o
(E
used to calculate ihis chart. J
0255075 100 't25 150
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
24 Kim Lighting, lnc.
Area Lighting Quick Reference Chart

.L
I I

I
r-a-r
FoLrr f xtrrres at 90' I
1000 watt Area to be
Delux White Mercury lllum inated
Type lll
I
-- r{rI
l
l

See page 14 lor photometric f,- -Lonsiudinar


pore spaciig lteet) {
repori on one unit on y.

Average Maintained lllumination in Footcandles

Numbers are mounting heighls


Portlon of cLrrve belween
mountlng helghts is within a
uniiorrnlty of 4:1, average
to minimurn illumination'for
that given mounting height.
Chart can be used io determine
po e spacing for a desired
footcandle level,or
footcandles frorn a glven
pole spacing and luminaire
config urallon.

o
o
5 100
('
'H
o 'u
a
p50
oo
I See page 28 for formula
fzs
o
(!
used 1o calculate this charl. J
0255075 100 't25 150 17s
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
K m Light ng inc. 25
Area Lighting Quick Reference Chart

.L
I l

il
I

Four flxtures at 90"

1000 watt
+ -L.
Area to be
Clear Mercury Vapor lllum inated
Type III
I
]+r
I +
See page 15 for photometric
report on one unit only.
Longitudi.al Pole Spa.ing ll€ell
---l

Average Maintained lllumination in Footcandles

b6

Numbers are rnounting heighls


Portion of curve between
mounting heights is with n a
unilormity of 4:1, average
to minirnum illumination for
that given mountinq heiqht.
Chart can be used lo deterrnine
pole spacing ior a desired
lootcandle level,or
tootcandles lrom a gtven
pole spacing and luminaire
configuralion.

(,
o
100
=o'
'6 ,.
ocL
9s0
o
o-
Ezs
o
See page 28 for formula
G
used to calculate this chart. J
0255075 100 125 150
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
26 Kim Lighting, lnc.
Area Lighting Quick Reference Charts
#
T tr
I.{I
I
Four fixiures ai 90"
I
rH-
I +'f ffi
|sI

400 walt
ilg
Area to be
Delux White Mercury Lateral Po,e Spacing {leel)
llluminated r
Type lll #
I
-+r
I
.L
I
ru
ti.i
- I
See page 14 for photometric l- lons,tldlnar Por€ spe,.s 1'@$-l t.1
F.:
report on one unit only. '4

i+
i:
,s

fii
"t

:t.'
:!3
Average Maintained Illumination in Footcandles
l

,'.1

0 s

Numbers are mounting heights


Portion of curve between
mounting heights is wjthin a
uniformity of 4:1, average
to min imum illumination for
that given mounting height.
Chart can be used io determine
pole spacing for a desired
footcandle level.or 't75
footcandlesfromagven
pole spacing and luminaire
coniiquration. 150

'125

o
(,
=:100
o,
'6 ,.
oo
9s0
o
o-
tzs
d)
See page 28 for formula (!
used to calculate this chart. J
0255075 100 125 150
Longitudinal Pole Spacing (feet)
Kim Liqhting, lnc. 27
Lamp Comparison
Average Horizontal Horizontal Elficiency Beam Conlrol
Lamp Lile (hrs.) lnilial Lumens Mean Lumens Lumens per walt Using Refleclor

Metallic Halide
(clear) 1000 '10,000 95,000 82,500. Exce lent

High Pressure
Sodium 10,000 130,000 119,600 Good

Mercury Vapor
(clear) 1000 24,004 54,500 46.000'. 545 Good

Mercury Vapor 1000 24,000 60,000 48,000-. 60 Fair


(delux while) 400 24,O0A 21,750 17,835' ' 54.4 Good

The above daia is current at time ot catalog publication. lf jnformalion 'At 6,000 hrs.
is critical, check with amp manulacturer for most recent data. "At 16,000 hrs.

Formulas
Used for quick relerence charts
Ho'izorta l'1ir'al Coe"icienr ol aTotat Light Loss
Pole Spacing, feet L.rrrp Lu'nFn" -^ Uril ralion
Street Lighting (one side or staqgered) Average lvlaintalned Width of Area
llluminaiion in Footcandles x (reerl

\o. of Lurr,iaires y Ho zo']tal ln lial of . 'Total


Per Pole " Lamo LLmens -^ Coefl cient
lliiliTation ^
Liqht Loss
Fa.ror
Long itudinal
Area Lighting Po e Spacing (feet) Average Maintained Lateral Pole Spacinq
I lumination in Footcandles (ieet)

oTotal
No. of. urinairos - Horizorld ln.lial - Coefficie']t ol - Liqht Loss
Area Covered o-r PolF ^ Larp luners ^ Ut izat'on ^ Factor
Per Pole (sq. ft.) Average lvlaintained
lllumlnation in Footcandles

Horlzontal Mean
.Totat Light
lnifial,
,,.dTp l',1"1:
HoriTont,rl
x I o.9o rotd. Lumrrai'e IVarlleran.e Fa.to,)
Larnp Lumens

l. E. S. Recommended Light Levels


Minimum Average Maintained Horizontal Footcandles
Commercia lntermedlate Residential
Roadway and Walkway 0.6 0.6 06
Major and Expressway 1.4 1.0
Collector 1.2 0.9 0.6
Local 09 0.4
A lleys 0.6 o.2

Sidewalks 0.9 0.6


Pedestrian Ways 2.4 10

Parking Areas Self Parking 1.0


Attendant Parking 2.0'
'H gher iLl!minatlon val!es are reqLired lor altendart park ng lols
because ol c oser parki.g. greater movement and speed and accuracy
oi hand inq vehicles are mportant Ior sreater monelary rel!.ns and
avoida..e oi damaqe cla ms

28 Kim Llqhting, lnc.


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Thc K m EKC lan y oi hlqh periormancc cut oii crisp one piece hydroformcd ref -.ctor. Th s
umlNa res oifer a tota r:,rnqe oi sca e and lqht comp!tcr deslqned Asymctron R-oi ecLor ollers
oLripui ior every oLridoor app rcalion Whcther the lhe ult matc in precis on oplics afd vlsua s mpl c ty
app cat on s a pedestr an path or a argc commerc a over out datcd pieced toljelh-.r sheel mela
parklfg ot. there s an EKCI lLXlure lo do thc lob. ref ectors The overa desl!n of the tKG serles
Ea{rh {lxtur1] has been d-.signed to producc the r)an be drawn to th s cona usjon: lt js aesth-.iical y.
lriqhesl poss blc efficiency from th-. smal esl possib e photomeir cal y and iunctlonal v. the best
efclosL]l-o so thal thc overa I s]ze does not become cut oii umlnaire availab e
so bu ky Lhat Lt dctTacis from the surrounding
arch lect!re or landscape The b ack box u tlrnate
n s mp ic iy. s ilrtheT complemented by a cl.an -Palen', P.f d ng
44',

38',

36',

34',

30'

2q'.

26',

24'.

22'.

20'

1s',

16',

14'

12

10' EKG Series 200


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B'

6',

4',

2',

App ications Pedestrian Collector and Iocal roads roads and wh

Plaza areas lntermediate commercial

Pa rks Medium size

Residenliat roads Se.!4!y !Ig!!!!g Sports areas


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Residential roads

enlrances Automobile dealers