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  • 1. HP90 High Efficiency Fluorescent
  • 2. Quality lighting is less about the quantity of light and more about the aspects of a lighted environment that make people feel good about themselves .
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  • 4. HP90 offers a variety of integrated technologies – from standard T5 ballast, bi-level ballast, daylight sensing, occupancy sensing, and conventional dimming to iGEN systems – to create a space where the illumination is people friendly and a plus to the ergonomic environment while saving energy. THE SOLUTION
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    • Translucent linear prismatic lens
    • Softly contoured body
    • Volumetric lighting
    • High efficiency
    FEATURES
  • 6. Modular size Available in 2’x4’, 2’x2’ and 1’x4’ models that can be mounted in continuous rows. FEATURES
  • 7. Efficiency 2' x 4' two lamp T5 28 watt 90.4% 2' x 4' one lamp T5HO 81.0% 2' x 2' two lamp T5HO 76.5% 2' x 2' one lamp TT5 40 watt 72.9% 1' x 4' two lamp T5 28 watt 88.9% 1' x 4' one lamp T5 28 watt 84.2% Energy Can provide 56 maintained foot-candles with a uniformity ratio of 1.5:1 at only .68 watts per square foot. Saves 48% more energy than the LEED requirement. FEATURES
  • 8. Lens 1/8" thick linear prismatic translucent DR Acrylic encloses lamp compartment . Tension Screws Secure ends to body with compression fit. FEATURES
  • 9. Ballast Accessible from room side without removing entire reflector. Lens Lens encloses lamp compartment. FEATURES
  • 10. Exposed T Grid Ceiling Exposed Slot-T Ceiling Ceiling Types Same fixture fits flush with the ceiling face in both standard 15/16" face “T” and Slot Grid. FEATURES
  • 11. Built-In Earthquake Clips installed on T-Bar Access Plate FEATURES
  • 12. FEATURES
  • 13. COMPARE HP90 Evenly Illuminates the entire opening. Parabolic Darker than the surrounding tiles .
  • 14. COMPARE HP90 Evenly Illuminates the entire opening. Lens Volumetric Lighting Products Bright and dark areas, busy in appearance .
  • 15. Before (with Parabolic Troffers) The Problem The sharp cut-off that provides controlled lighting also creates scalloping on the walls and darkness above a certain height. This creates a cave effect and gives the occupants a feeling of enclosure. The darkness on the walls also creates a sharp contrast between the self luminous screen of a computer or printed material which require higher illumination levels. This sharp variation in contrast contributes to eye fatigue in the work place.
  • 16. After (with HP90) The Solution Because of the higher efficiency and the broad distribution of the HP90 you can use fewer fixtures in some applications and get equal footcandle levels with better uniformity. As a typical example note the results of reducing the fixtures from 18 to 15 by replacing the center 4 fixtures (  ) with one at the center of the room (  ).
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  • 19. TYPICAL LAYOUTS
  • 20. TYPICAL LAYOUTS
  • 21. TYPICAL LAYOUTS
  • 22. TYPICAL LAYOUTS
  • 23. LEED Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED is a program by the US Green Buildings Council to lower energy consumption in new or existing buildings and promote environmental responsibility in building design. (LEED based tax deductions are available in many regions.) LEED credits for lighting are based on a percentage of energy saved below the level established by ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1 Currently 1.3 watts per square foot. LEED credits are given for energy reduction for the entire project. Lighting accounts for about 50% of the energy in buildings constructed prior to 1986 and 30% in newer buildings.
  • 24. LEED Certification Goals Levels of accomplishment have been established by a point system giving numerical credits for various achievements in the building design . LEED Certified 26-32 points LEED Silver 33-38 points LEED Gold 39-51 points LEED Platinum 52-69 points
  • 25. 10 50% 60% 9 45% 55% 8 40% 50% 7 35% 45% 6 30% 40% 5 25% 35% 4 20% 30% 3 15% 25% 2 10% 20% 1 5% 15% Points Energy Saved Energy Saved LEED Existing Buildings New Buildings
  • 26. Lightolier Options and Accessories to achieve even greater energy savings and higher efficiency.
  • 27. Motion Sensor
  • 28. Light Sensor
  • 29. Wireless Luminaire Control
  • 30. iGEN Smart Vision (DALI) for HP90 with the ULM Module
  • 31. The ULM Module The Universal Light and Motion (ULM) Module sensor integrates with recessed lighting fixtures .
  • 32. The ULM Module The ULM Module clamps to the ceiling “T” bar and then the fixture is dropped in place. The same ULM Module will fit either standard or slot grid ceilings. Plug-in quick connectors are used for electrical connection of module to fixture.
  • 33. The ULM Module Housing encloses electrical connections — line or low voltage. Tile is notched and dropped in place.
  • 34. The ULM Module The Universal Light and Motion (ULM) Module sensor integrates with recessed lighting fixtures.
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    • Recap Features
    • Direct/indirect recessed
    • Contoured body with integrated lens
    • Evenly illuminated body
    • Translucent linear prismatic DR acrylic lens
    • Lens encloses lamp compartment
    • 90.4% eff 2x4 2 T5 28 watt
    • 5” deep body
    • Same fixture fits std or slot grid ceilings
    • Fits flush to face of slot grid ceiling
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    • Recap Features
    • Tension screws secure ends to reflectors
    • Ballast accessible thru lamp compartment
    • Built-in earth quake clips
    • Twin KO access plate
    • Ballast quick disconnect (UL/CSA)
    • 56 maintained FC @ .68 w/sq ft
    • Matching 2x2 & 1x4
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    • Marketing Support
    • 16 page brochure
    • 7 spec sheets
    • Price list
    • Training CD
    • Presentation CD
    • 2 x 2 sample with case
    • Magazine ads
  • 42. PRICE
    • 2X4
    • T5 – 228 WA $105.00
    • Small quantities
  • 43. AVAILABILITY
    • IN STOCK – 2x4 2-T5 28w UNVPG
    • MTO – 5 WEEK DELIVERY
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    • HP90 Specs Program
    • Northeast Central
    • Metro NY Southwest
    • Mid Atlantic West
    • South Northwest
    • First spec from each region 300 HP90 or more $500
    • Second spec from each region 300 HP90 or more $200
    • Third spec from each region 300 HP90 or more $100
    • Copy of spec with name of job and specifier must be mailed to Tony Gargas in Wilmington. Awards will be based on order in which they are received. Program ends June 30, 2007.
    HP90 Programs
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    • Northeast Central
    • Metro NY Southwest
    • Mid Atlantic West
    • South Northwest
    • First order from each region 300 HP90 or more $500
    • Second order from each region 300 HP90 or more $200
    • Third order from each region 300 HP90 or more $100
    • Order must be for immediate shipment (within 60 days of date of order). To receive award order must be sent to Tony Gargas in Wilmington. Awards will be based on when receives the order. Program ends July 31, 2007
    HP90 Sales Program
  • 46. Sales Regions
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