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Office Lighting
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: P-5750 20 pages
p e o pl e at age 55 light as at age 25. ligh ting since darker finishes can more light than m o re reflective absorb ones. L o n g -life ALTO replace of mercury 1 lamps further reduce lamps and, as a result. used over life of any lighttng Installation. ore ov e r: P h ilis supports the la m ps have been the U nited S ta te s. conta1n a small amount is re q u1 r ed to operate fluorescent Add to My Library
Gardco Mantaray and Miniray
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: 79103-26.0905 16 pages
Its source does not. Gardco Mantaray and Miniray are remarkably low profile, surface mounted luminaires with incomparable versatility. Their clean, simple forms disappear naturally into landscapes and onto building surfaces. Diecast housings are 12" or 16" diameter – in aluminum or brass – so luminaires will resist corrosion in the harshest of conditions. Add to My Library
Gardco Spot and Floodlighting
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: 79103-18/0705 14 pages
The Gardco Designer Floodlight provides remarkable floodlighting performance and control from a soft, handsome and exceptionally compact architectural form – 16 and 21 inches in width. The graceful styling and elimination of decorative elements assures that these luminaires blend effortlessly with landscapes and architecture. Add to My Library
Gardco Designer Spot and Floodlighting
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: 79103-18.0705 14 pages
The Gardco Designer Floodlight provides remarkable floodlighting performance and control from a soft, handsome and exceptionally compact architectural form – 16 and 21 inches in width. The graceful styling and elimination of decorative elements assures that these luminaires blend effortlessly with landscapes and architecture. Add to My Library
Philips T8 Collection
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: P-5569-B 12 pages
Division of Solid W aste Management, we affirmed our endorsement and outlined how we live by this principle of "reduce, reuse and recycle." Philips A LTO® fluorescent lamps combine low mercury with long life and energy efficiency-which together help achieve sustainability: 200 I industry average for fluorescent lamps up to 60" w hich are not TCLPLcompliant. Add to My Library
Sustainable Lighting Solutions
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: P-5749 12 pages
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Halogena Lamp Family
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: P-8562 12 pages
Meet the Halogená® collection of light bulbs, the elegant, long life alternative to ordinary household light. Halogená provides bright, white light that lasts two years*.Their long life makes them great for hard-to-reach fixtures. Fewer replacements means less hassle. But that’s not all, Halogená light bulbs are also fully dimmable, which can save energy. Add to My Library
Marathon CFL
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: P-5771 12 pages
light output lamps. Featuring a warm color an lighting excellent light quality. solution. color Philips Standard I ncand Avg . Li fe (H o n ce every af\er I 00 hours of operatJng Marathon Circline your bottom Example: How a 150 guest room hotel could save $54,750 by just switching out their light bulbs! Add to My Library
Fluorescent Lamps
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: P-5671-A 10 pages
It's simple.The 25W design makes it the lowest energy consuming 4-foot T8 lamp on the market, and the 7 -watt reduction translates into up to 25% energy savings versus a standard 32W T8. 'Ballast Factor (BF) Measure of light output from lamp operated by commen:ial ballast, as compared to a laboratory standard reference ballast. Add to My Library
Energy Efficient Lighting
Mfg: Philips Published: 2005 Version: P-5751 8 pages
2SW TB lamps driven by a 2-lamp Optanium'" electronic ballast consumes only 43 total watts, as much as 27% lower than a standard 32W T8 system (which draws 58- 59 watts). 25W system can help reduce energy consumption by ove!" 40% relative to older systems InvolVing T 12 lamps and magnetIC ballasts, and by 20-30% relative to systems utiliZing conventional T8 lamps and electronic ballasts, Suitable for both new construction and I"etroflt applications, Philips and Add to My Library