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DEWALT
Lighting & Maintenance
Professional Reference

The Reference Guide for Commercial and Industrial Maintenance
by Paul Rosenberg

The DEWALT Lighting and Maintenance Professional Reference is a two-part informational guide.

Part one covers the design, selection and installation requirements of lighting systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

Part two contains valuable information regarding electrical and general maintenance including critical electrical safety issues.

The DEWALT Lighting and Maintenance Professional Reference has quickly become a necessary tool for commercial and industrial maintenance personnel.

About the Author
Paul Rosenberg is contributing editor for Power Outlet Magazine, past president of the Fiber Optic Association and teaches electrical engineering courses for Iowa State University. He has written more than thirty textbooks and manuals in addition to the DeWALT series of pocket reference books. He has an extensive background in the electrical contracting industry serving as a supervisor, estimator, project manager, designer, and an independent contractor with numerous licenses and professional certifications.

Paul wrote the first ever installation standard for optical fiber (ANSINEIS- 301), as well as a Raceway Installation standard and was awarded a patent for a power transmission module. From 1991 through 1998, Mr. Rosenberg served as special features editor of Electrical Contractor Magazine and has also served as contributing editor to Electrical Distributor Magazine and the Electronic and Low Voltage Newsletter. He has designed and conducted training programs for NECA and Fiber U while continuing to lecture at industry events throughout the United States.

Table of Contents:

CHAPTER 1 - Lighting & Lamps

Quality Lighting Measures
Quantity Lighting Measures
Primary Lighting Terms and Units of Measurement
Inverse Square Law
Lumen and Foot-candle Formulas
Calculating Maintained Light Level
Common Units of Brightness
Conversion Factors for Units of Illumination
Recommended Illumination Ranges
Recommended Light Levels
Reflectance Values of Various Materials and Colors
Light Source Characteristics
Light Source Efficacies
Lumens, Life, and Efficacy for Various Lamps
CRI Values for Selected Light Sources
Brightness
Contrast
Light Fixture Spacing
Typical Lighting Distribution Curve
Vertical, Perpendicular and Horizontal Planes
Lamp Advantages and Disadvantages
Lamp Ratings
Lamp Characteristics
Lamp Lumen Depreciation
Lamp Energy Distribution Curves
Measuring Savings from Dimming Controls
Dimming Circuit for Series-Connected
Cold-Cathode Lamps
Energy Savings Potential with Occupancy Sensors
Typical Lighting Control System

CHAPTER 2 – HIDs

Basic Characteristics of HID Lamps
Specific HID Lamp Information
Common HID Lamp Bases with ANSI Designations
HID Ballast Selection Factors
Ballast Lost
Recommended Ballast Output Voltage Limits
Recommended Short-Circuit Current Test Limits
Ballast Sound Rating
Typical Radio Interference Filter for HID Ballast
HID Lamp Troubleshooting Guide
Outdoor Luminaires
Cutoff Classifications
HID Pole Placement
Low-pressure Sodium
Low-pressure Sodium Lamps
Low-pressure Sodium Ballasts
Low-pressure Sodium Lamp Fixtures
Typical Performance Values for Low-pressure Sodium Systems
LPS Watts Rise Over Life Hours
Mortality Curves for Typical Low-pressure Sodium Lamps
Spectral Power Distribution for Low-pressure Sodium Lamps
High-pressure Sodium
High-pressure Sodium Lamps
High-pressure Sodium Ballasts
250 W High-pressure Sodium Lamp Currents
High-pressure Sodium Lamps Lumens Data
Typical Performance Values for High-pressure Sodium Systems
High-pressure Sodium Lamp Lumen Depreciation
Mortality of Typical High-pressure Sodium Lamps
Spectral Power Distribution for High-pressure Sodium Lamps
Metal-Halide
Metal-Halide Lamps
Metal-Halide Ballasts
Metal-Halide Lamp Characteristics
Typical Performance Values for Metal-Halide Systems
Lamp Lumen Depreciation for Typical 400-Watt Metal-Halide Lamps
Mortality Curves for Typical 400-Watt Metal-Halide Lamps
Spectral Power Distributions for Clear Metal-Halide Lamps
Spectral Power Distributions for Phosphor-Coated Metal-Halide Lamps
Mercury-Vapor
Mercury-Vapor Lamps
Mercury-Vapor Ballasts
Typical Performance Values for Mercury-Vapor Systems
Approx. Lumen Maintenance of Color-Improved Mercury Lamps Operating Vertically
Mortality Curves for Typical Mercury-Vapor Lamps
Spectral Power Distribution for Clear Mercury-Vapor Lamps
Spectral Power Distribution for Deluxe Mercury-Vapor Lamps

CHAPTER 3 – Fluorescents

Fluorescent Lamp Identification
Common Fluorescent Types
Common Shape Identifiers
Fluorescent Lamp Data
Fluorescent Lamp Output
Mortality Curve for Fluorescent Lamps
Fluorescent Lamp Lumen Depreciation
Fluorescent Lamp Characteristics
2-Foot x 4-Foot Troffer Shielding Media
U.S. EPACT Fluorescent Lamp Standard Levels
Compact Fluorescent Fixture Data
Typical Performance Values for 2-Foot Systems
Typical Performance Values for 2-Lamp 4-Foot Systems
Typical Performance Values for 3-Lamp 4-Foot Systems
Typical Performance Values for 4-Lamp 4-Foot Systems
Typical Performance Values for 2-Lamp 8-Foot Systems
Preheat Circuits
Rapid-Start Circuits
Instant-Start Circuits
Characteristics of Common Ballasts
U.S. and Canadian Standards for Ballast Efficacy Factor
Typical Magnetic Ballast Watts
Approximate ANSI ThermalCorrection Factors: Wattage
Approximate ANSI Thermal Correction Factors: Lumens
Fluorescent Lamp Bases
Typical Fluorescent Bases with ANSI Designations
Typical CFL Bases with ANSI Designations
Fluorescent Lamp Troubleshooting Guide

CHAPTER 4 – Incandescents

Incandescent Lamp Data
Type A Incandescent Bulb Ratings
Efficacy of Common Incandescent Lamps
Incandescent Lamps Operates Below Rated Voltage
U.S. EPACT Incandescent Reflector Lamp Standard Levels
Tungsten-Halogen Lamps
Type T Tungsten-Halogen Bulb Ratings
Incandescent Lamp Characteristics
Reductions in Light Output and Power Consumption of a Typical Incandescent Lamp Over Life
Mortality Curve for Typical Incandescent Lamps
Spectral Energy Distribution for a Typical Incandescent Lamp Operating at a Filament Temperature of 3000 K
Relative Energy Radiated as Light from Incandescent Lamps at Various Temperatures
Incandescent Bases with ANSI Designations
Halogen Bases with ANSI Designations
Typical Bulb Shapes and Their ANSI Designations
ANSI Bulb Shape Descriptions
Typical Performance Values for Compact Sources
Typical Performance Values for Directional Lamps
Floodlight Beam Spreads
Incandescent Lamp Troubleshooting Guide

CHAPTER 5 – Lamp Disposal

Decision Chart
U.S. EPA Headquarters
U.S. EPA Regional Offices
Solid and Hazardous Waste Agencies per State
TSCA, RCRA, and CERCLA Information Phone Lines
EPA-Approved Disposal Locations
Recycling Resources (Lamp Recycling Services)
Recycling Resources (Ballast Recycling Services)

CHAPTER 6 – Lighting Terms

CHAPTER 7 – Electrical Maintenance

Basic Electrical Safety Guidelines
OSHA Safety Color Codes
Lockout/Tagout
Minimum Cover Requirements 0-600 Volts, Nominal
Volume Required per Conductor
Vertical Conductor Supports
Working Clearances
Minimum Depth of Clear Working Space at Electrical Equipment
Elevation of Unguarded Live Parts Above Working Space
Minimum Clearance of Live Parts
Effect of Electric Current on Human Body
Grounding
Grounding Electrode Conductors – AC Systems
Minimum Size Conductors for Grounding Raceway and Equipment
Grounding Methods
Grounding Different Types of Circuits
Voltage Relationship on Grounded 4-Wire Systems
Grounding an Existing Circuit
Grounding a Screw-Shellbase
Decibel Levels of Sound
Maximum Average Sound Levels for Transformers in Decibels
Hearing Protection Levels
Types of Fire Extinguishers
Electrical Cable Class Ratings
Cable Insulation Moisture Ratings
Conductor Prefix Codes
Types of Conductors
Cable Jacket Materials
Size of Extension Cords for Portable Electric Tools for 115-Volt
Amapacity of Lamp and Extension Cords (A.W.G.) – Types S, SJ, SJT, SP, SPT, ST
Enclosures
Hazardous Locations
Enclosure Types
Non-locking Plugs Chart

Sizing Single-Phase Transformers
Sizing Three-Phase Transformers
Transformer Deratings
Derated KVA Capacity
Transformer Overloading
Permissible Overloading
Transformer and Regulator Inspection Checklist
Calculating Amperes, Horsepower, Kilowatts & Kilovolt Amperes

CHAPTER 8 – Meters and Testing

Meter Troubleshooting Basics
Basic Meter Types and Uses
Meter Functions and Options
Meter Specifications
Meter Terms
Meter Abbreviations
Meter Symbols
High Voltage Field Acceptance Test
Connections for a Belted Core-Loss and Friction Test
Connections for Kapp’s Loading-Back Test
Connections for Hopkinson’s Loading-Back Test
An Ammeter and Voltmeter Connected Into a Circuit
Meter and How It Is Used With a 2 or 3 Wire Supply
Measuring Power
Voltage Measurements of a 2-Lamp, Rapid-Start, Series-Type, Electromagnetic Fluorescent Ballast

CHAPTER 9 – Motor Maintenance

Locating Circuits
Checking Capacitors
Unmarked 3 0 Induction Motors
Wye or Delta Connection
Wye-Connected Motor
Delta-Connected Motor
DC Motor Performance Characteristics
Maximum Acceleration Time
AC Voltage Variation Characteristics
AC Frequency Variation Characteristics
Phase Unbalance and Temperature Rise
Phase Unbalance Derating Factor
Single-Phasing Condition
Improper Phase Sequence (Phase Reversal)
Voltage Surge
Voltage Problems
Voltage Variance
Acceptable AC Load Voltage Ranges (60Hz)
Voltage Unbalance
Finding Voltage Unbalance
Calculating Voltage Unbalance
Motor Overcycling
Improper Ventilation
Excessive Heat
Motor Overloads
Megohmmeter Connections
Ohmmeter Connections
Insulation Spot Testing
Dielectric Absorption Testing
Polarization Index Values
Insulation Step Voltage Testing
Electrical Noise – Motors
General Electrical Noise
Contractor and Motor Starter Troubleshooting Guide
Direct Current Motor Troubleshooting Guide
Shaded Pole Motor Troubleshooting Guide
Split-Phase Motor Troubleshooting Guide
Three-Phase Motor Troubleshooting Guide
Semiannual Motor Maintenance Checklist
Annual Motor Maintenance Checklist
Motor Repair and Service Record

CHAPTER 10 – Power Transmission

Method of Aligning Pulleys
Calculating Pulley Diameter
Pulleys and Gears
Formulas for Finding Pulley Sizes
Adjusting Belt Tension
V-Belts
V-Belt/Motor Size
Standard “V” Belt Lengths
Horsepower Capacities of Light 4-Ply Nylon-Stitched Belts
Horsepower Capacities of Medium 4-Ply Nylon-Stitched Belts
Horsepower Capacities of Heavy 4-Ply Nylon-Stitched Belts
Horsepower Capacities of Medium 4-Ply Woven Endless Cotton Belts
Horsepower Capacities per Inch of Width of Regular Single-Ply Dacron Belts
Horsepower Capacities per Inch of Width of Medium Single-Ply Dacron Belts
Horsepower Capacities per Inch of Width of Light Single-Ply Dacron Belts
Horsepower Capacities of 3/8” Diameter Wound Endless Round Belts
Correction Factors for Small Pulley Angles of Contact Less Than 180
Correction Factors for Belt Variations
Horsepower Capacities of1 ⁄4” Diameter Braided Endless Round Belts
Horsepower Capacities of 3/8” Diameter Braided Endless Round Belts
Horsepower Capacities of 9/16” Diameter Wound Endless Round Belts

CHAPTER 11 – Communications Systems

Telephone Circuit Operation
Rated Paired Copper Building Cables
Horizontal Four-Pair Cat 5 Cabling
Traditional Telephone Network
Common Telephone Connections
Color Coding of Cables
Twisted-Pair Plugs and Jacks
Standard Phone Jacks
Pin Connectors
Cross Connections
Category Cabling
Installation Requirements
Conductors Entering Buildings
Circuit Protection
Interior Communications Conductors
Standard Telecom Color Coding
Modular Jack Styles
Common Wiring Configurations
Telephone Connections
Separation and Physical Protection for Premises Wiring
Ethernet 10Base-T Straight Thru Patch Cord
Ethernet 10Base-T Crossover Patch Cord
Digital Patch Cable (DPC) Coding
Distance Limits for Horizontal Cabling
Standard Materials for Structured Cabling (568) Systems
Ethernet Failures
Computer Circuits
Data Signal Transmission
Cable Colors
Separation from Sources of Interference
Minimum Bending Radii

CHAPTER 12 – Conversion Factors, Measurements, Tools & Materials

Commonly Used Conversion Factors Electrical Prefixes
Common Prefixes
Common Electrical Quantities
Conversion Table
Decimal Equivalents of Fractions
Common Engineering Units and Their Relationship
Trigonometric Formulas – Right Triangle
Trigonometric Formulas – Oblique Triangles
Trigonometric Formulas – Shapes
Sheet Metal Screw Characteristics
Allen Head and Machine Screw Bolt & Torque Characteristics
Hex Head Bolt & Torque Characteristics
Whitworth Hex Head Bolt & Torque Characteristics
Metric Hex Head Bolt & Torque Characteristics
Tightening Torque in Pound-Feet-Screw Fit
Screw Torques
Standard Taps and Dies (in Inches)
Taps & Dies – Metric Conversions
Recommended Drilling Speeds (RPMs)
Torque Lubrication Effects in Foot-Pounds
Metalworking Lubricants
Types of Soldering Flux
Hard Solder Alloys
Soft Solder Alloys
Properties of Welding Gases
Welding Rods – 36” Long
Strength Gain vs. Pull Angle
Length of Wire Cable per Reel
Steel Wire Diameters
Wire Rope Characteristics for 6 Strand by 19 Wire Type
Cable Clamps per Wire Rope Size
Rope Characteristics
Chain Characteristics
Steel Sheet Measurements
Steel Plate Weights & Sizes

384 Pages - 4 x 6 in.

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