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1 SYLVANIA’S Product Review
Dirk Hinterleiter Commercial Engineer Sylvania Brad Salamone Vice President Atlantic Energy Concepts

2 Topics/New Products Fluorescent Lamps/Ballasts Metal Halide EPACT 2005

3 Fluorescents Lamps

The best T8 products just keep getting better, it’s only natural Hg dosing reduced to 3.5 mg Availability Octron 800, 800XP, & 800XPS linear lamps Conversion complete March 06 4’ lamps followed by 2’ and 3’ lamps 700 Series lamps to follow; target summer 2007 What are the benefits? Reduce environmental impact Contributes to sustainable, green building construction Simplifies qualification under LEED-EB

5 Improved OCTRON® XP® T8 Longer Life T8 Fluorescents
OCTRON High Efficiency Fluorescent lamps The best, industry leading OCTRON technology, quality domestic manufacturing, & exclusive QUICK 60+® system warranty In May 2006, OCTRON XP lamp performance will be increased. Life will increase to 24,000 hours on instant start ballasts.

6 Octron FO30/800/XP/SS/ECO 30 watt 4ft Energy Saving Lamp
24,000hrs Lamp Life on Instant Start ballasts. 30,000 on PRS ballast Initial Lumens: 2850 94% Lumen 8000hrs 85CRI 3000k, 3500k, 4100k Not Dimmable 60degree Min. Start Temperature. 6.25% energy savings over 32 watt lamp

7 Octron FO28/800/XP/SS/ECO 28 watt 4ft Energy Saving Lamp
24,000hrs Lamp Life on Instant Start ballasts. 30,000 hrs on PRS ballast Initial Lumens: 2725 94% Lumen 8000hrs 85 CRI 3000k, 3500k, 4100k Not Dimmable 60degree Min. Start Temperature 12.5% energy savings over 32 watt lamps $0.80/$1.28 per lamp savings/year $0.59kwh rate)

8 New Linear OCTRON® Product Strategy
Series Watts Lumens CRI Life IS Life PRS 3 hours per start 12 hours per start 700 32 2800 75 15,000 24,000 20,000 28,000 800 2950 82 800XP 25 28 30 2400 2725 2850 3000 85 30,000 36,000 800XPS ‘Super T8’ 3100 NEW 25W OCTRON SUPERSAVER® May 2006

More energy saving solutions with OCTRON OCTRON CURVALUME SUPERSAVER® T8 lamps 6.5% energy savings over standard FB031 lamps on instant start ballasts IS life 26, hrs/st, 3hrs/st PS life 30, hrs/st, 3hrs/st ECOLOGIC® initial lumens, 85 CRI 95% lumen maintenance at 8,000 hours Saves $2.00 per year per 3 lamp luminaire* Qualifies for QUICK 60+® warranty * Operating 4000 hours per year on QHE3X32T8/UNV $.10/kWh

Lowest Wattage 6” OCTRON CURVALUME lamp 2800 Initial lumens 94% Lumen 8K hrs. Higher mean lumens than FBO32/700 & FBO32/800 lamps 3000K, 3500K & 4100K; 82 CRI 6.5% energy savings ECOLOGIC – Designed to pass Federal TCLP test Similar application restrictions as T12 SS Krypton/Argon gas fill Minimum Starting temperature: 60° F Not dimmable ECOLOGIC® All SUPERSAVER lamps, T8 as well as T12, use krypton gas as a portion of the gas fill. Krypton gas is a more dense gas with a heavier molecular weight. Because it is heavier, it is more sensitive to cool or cold temperatures. The net result is that the lamp is less stable at low temperatures and may not even start if the temperature is low enough. For this reason, all SUPERSAVER lamps have a minimum starting temperature of 60 degrees F (16 degrees C). Other operating restrictions apply. Please refer to the PIB. Not recommended for use With RS circuits unless the open circuit voltage is greater than 550V At ambient temperatures below 60 degrees F or in drafty conditions On low power ballasts On dimming ballasts On inverter operated emergency lighting systems Unless any of the above equipment is specifically listed for use with 30W T8 lamps. Any of the above situations could result in lamp starting and stabilization problems.

SUPER SUPERSAVER 55W, 8’ Energy Saving T8 lamp 7% Energy savings compared to 59W T8 lamp ECOLOGIC - Designed to pass TCLP 5700 Initial lumens, 94% lumen maintenance Same initial and 6% higher mean lumens than 700 Series 3000K, 3500K & 4100K, 82 CRI Retrofit lamp for existing T8 instant start systems 18,000 hour 3 hours/start Similar restrictions to T12 SS lamps ECOLOGIC® GE offers an 8’ T8 Watt-Miser lamp that is 57W. The GE lamp saves 3% of the lamp watts compared to the SYLVANIA 55W SS lamp that saves 7% of the lamp watts. Please refer to the lamp PIB for application restrictions. Exclusive!

12 DULUX® L 28W SUPERSAVER® Product Description:
DULUX® L 28W SUPERSAVER® (FT40/DL/28W/SS/IS) Direct replacement for the standard 40W DL lamp Key Innovations: Improved lamp efficacy (100 LPW) Improved fixture efficacy at 35°C fixture ambient Longer life on instant start ballast (20,000* hrs.) High lumen maintenance (~ 88%) Energy efficiency Main Advantages Easy upgrade/retro-fit No ballast change required Quick pay-back * Life rating based on 12 hrs per start

13 DULUX® L 28W SUPERSAVER®                          Energy savings = $20/fixture over the life of the lamp Est. 100,000 fixtures $2.0M in energy 10¢/KW-hr 4,380 hrs per year

14 Electronic Ballasts

15 T8 High Efficiency Electronic Ballasts

16 High Efficiency IS Ballasts
Instant Start ballast with the same performance as std ballasts, but with 6% energy saving Universal Voltage (120 through 277) Small can size Less than 10% THD Ballast Wattages (32 Watt Lamps) ISN ISL ISN(28w) ISL(28w) 1L – 2L – 3L – 83/ 4L – 108/

17 QUICK 60+® System Warranties
Ballast / Lamp System Warranty 60 months on ballast from date of installation Up to 36 months on OCTRON® T8 lamps renewable lamp warranty! Choice of the contractor you prefer, Sylvania Lighting Services or a labor allowance for ballast replacements One Company (OSI) is responsible for having the lights on Warranty applies to new fixtures or a retrofit

18 T-5/T-5HO LAMPS

19 PENTRON® & PENTRON® HO (T5) Fluorescent Lamps
Color temperatures: 3000K, 3500K ,4100K & 5000K 85 CRI Luminous efficacy to 104 LPW Miniature bi-pin bases New, shorter length for better fit into ceiling grids Higher temperature tolerance Starting temperature -20°F FO32/800 T12 FP54/800/HO NEW! FP28/800 “5K Lumen Systems” profile options

20 PENTRON® & PENTRON® HO Maintains 95% light output over life
PENTRON T5 Lumens 14W 1350 21W 2100 28W 2900 35W 3650 PENTRON HO T5 24W 2000 39W 3500 54W 5000 80W 7500 Maintains 95% light output over life 25,000 hours life Operate on QUICKTRONIC® system PS & PHO high frequency electronic ballasts Light output 35C NOW available in ECO, 28w and 54w

21 HPS Application Retrofitted with T5/HOs
400W HPS T5/HO

22 MH400/U vs. Pentron T5HO System
System Comparison – 4 lamp fixture, 2 ballasts MH400/U FP54/841/HO Magnetic QTP2x54/PHO Life (hrs) System Watts CRI Mean System Lumens** Relative Mean Lumens** Annual Energy Cost* Annual Energy Savings* 20,000 458 65 16920 100% $152.52 -- 25,000 240 85 16215 96% $79.90 $72.62 * @ $0.09/kWh, 3700 hours per year. ** at 8000 hours using typical 72% fixture efficiency for the MH and 98% for the T5HO system.

23 PENTRON® CONSTANT® More light output over a wider temperature range
90% light output from 5°C (40 °F) to 75°C (165°F) New amalgam technology reduces warm-up time TCLP complaint Ideal for use with 90° C rated QUICKTRONIC® T5HO ballast

24 PENTRON® T5 HO Fluorescent

25 Compact Fluorescents

26 DULUX® T/E/IN AMALGAM Compact Fluorescent Lamps
Maintains >90% light output from °F Universal burning position Triple tube design 12,000 hours Life 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4100K 82 CRI Dimmable EOL in lamp for watt lamps 18 Watt lumens 26 Watt lumens 32 Watt lumens 42 Watt lumens 57 Watt lumens 70 Watt lumens TRIPLE-TUBE DESIGN

27 Metal Halide/ High Pressure Sodium

28 Pulse Start Metal Halide
New Technology? NO Starting in 1984 pulse start technology introduced with all low wattage metal halide lamps YES Industry has recently developed higher wattage pulse start systems and new electronic systems

29 Probe Start (Standard)
What is METALARC® PULSE START? Probe Start (Standard) Pulse Start arc tube with ~ torr fill pressure Special design for Pulse Start: Increase arc tube fill pressure Removal of probe: Reduced tungsten evaporation Clearer, more transparent arc tube Add ignitor to ballast electrode probe

30 Pulse Start – What Does It Do?
After 8000 Hours Improved lumen maintenance Reduced color shift More light output over life Faster re-strike time Potentially longer life Pulse Standard

31 Improved Lumen Maintenance & Longer Life
MS250/PS vs. M250/U Lumen Maintenance

32 METALARC® Pulse Start Family
 All existing low wattage metal halide lamps  150W MS400/PS/BT28 BU-ONLY & BD-ONLY MS400/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated) MS750/PS/BU-HOR (Clear & Coated) MS750/PS/BD-ONLY M1000/PS/U/BT37 MS175/PS/MED/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated) MS175/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated) MS200/PS/BU-ONLY/ET23.5 MS200/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated) MS250/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated) MP250/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated) MS320/PS/BU-HOR (Clear & Coated) MP320/350/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated) MP350/400/PS/BU-ONLY (Clear & Coated)

A Tru-ColorTM Solution

34 Metal Halide Evolution
MP Quartz Viable option for non-”color-critical” applications Ceramic Cylindrical Better color stability & higher maintained lumens compared to quartz MH Next step to quartz MH POWERBALL® The next generation of metal halide with patented round ceramic arc tube Up to 95 CRI; best “red” rendering

35 POWERBALL® PLUS: The Future of Ceramic Lighting
Higher CRI More Red Additional PAR lenses Powerball Plus CRI = 95 Life = 12000

36 POWERBALL ® = Energy Savings
Energy Saving Advantages vs. Halogen Efficient light source: Up to 94LPW vs. 25LPW Requires fewer fixtures Long life: Up to hrs. vs hrs. ECOLOGIC® Types Available Qualify for Energy Rebate Programs Life (hrs) Lumens CBCP CCT 75PAR38CAP/SPL/WSP MCP39PAR20LN/830/SP 50% Energy Savings!

37 Ceramic Availability : Cylindrical & Powerball®
T6 (3K) MC39T6/U/G12/830 MC70T6/U/G12/830 PB MC150T7.5/U/G12/830 PB T6 (4K) MC70T6/U/G12/940 PB MC150T7.5/U/G12/940 TC MC39TC/U/G8.5/830 MC70TC/U/G8.5/830 DOUBLE-ENDED MC70T6/DE/830 PB MC150T7.5/DE/830 PB E17 (clear & coated) MCP50/U/MED/830 PB MCP70/U/MED/830 PB MCP100/U/MED/830 PB MCP150/U/MED/830 PB BT28 & BT37 (clear & coated) MCP250/PS/BU-ONLY/940 PB MCP320/PS/BU-ONLY/940 PB PAR MCP39PAR20/U/830 MCP39PAR30LN/U/830 MCP70PAR30LN//U830 MCP70PAR30LN//U830 PB PLUS MCP70PAR38/U/830/ECO PB MCP100PAR38/U/830/ECO PB MCP150/PAR38/U/830 PB

38 Halogen IR

39 CAPSYLITE IR IR Coated Capsule Multi-layered thin film
Infrared Energy Multi-layered thin film InfraRed coating on outer surface of halogen capsule Visible Light Infrared energy is recycled within the IR capsule More visible light generated for each watt consumed Lower energy costs and less heat generated Thin Film Coating

40 TRU-AIM IR MR16 Infrared-coated capsule 37W  std 50W
50W  std 65W or 71W Same 4000-hr life as non-IR TruAim’s UV-Stop capsule - blocks UV-B & UV-C SP (10o), NFL (25o), FL (40o)

41 CAPSYLITE® IRTM – Product Line

42 The Energy Policy Act of 2005

43 The Energy Policy Act of 2005: Tax Deductions
2005 EPAct Tax Deduction Provisions Whole Deduction Commercial Building – new construction or renovation Must include building envelope, interior lighting, HVAC and hot water systems One-time tax deduction of up to $1.80/sq.ft. for buildings that beat ASHRAE/IESNA by 50% or more Partial Deduction Commercial Building (which includes offices, institutional, retail, and industrial) – new construction or renovation Use if not all systems can comply with 50% energy reduction One-time tax deduction of up to $0.60/sq.ft. for building systems that beat ASHRAE/IESNA by some percentage Deduction cannot exceed cost of the measure (design, labor, material)

44 What is ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1?
Power density caps, in watt per square foot Two methods to determine your allowance for interior lighting: Building Area Method (AKA the Simple Method) Usually more restrictive than the space by space method Space by Space Method (AKA the Hard Method) Usually more liberal than the Building Area Method, and more complex Auto shut-off required for spaces >5000 sf (unless 24 hour operation) Sample Lighting Power Densities allowed for space types: Enclosed Office 1.5 W/sf Fine Material Storage 1.6 W/sf General Sales Area 2.1 W/sf + Highlight Merchandise 1.6 W/sf + Display Fine/Jewelry 3.9 W/sf Sample Lighting Power Densities allowed for building area types: Office 1.3 W/sf Warehouse 1.2 W/sf Retail 1.9 W/sf

45 ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1
Energy Standards for Buildings, Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings Values as originally published 2005 EPAct uses STD values as of April 2, 2003 (as published) Other codes may use the more recent STD Addendum “g” as published in August 2003 Always check for correct table

46 EPAct 2005 Partial Tax Deduction
Interim Rules for Commercial Building Lighting Systems Energy-efficient lighting can be used to achieve up to 1/3 of the tax deduction From $0.30/sq.ft for beating by 25% Up to $0.60/sq.ft for beating by 40% A “sliding scale” approach is used for savings between 25% and 40% Exception: warehouses can get $0.60 but lighting must beat by 50% -- all or nothing % of LPD reduction beyond ASHRAE/IES <25% 25% 26% 27% 28% 29% 30% 31% 32% 33% 34% 35% 36% 37% 38% 39% 40% >40% Amount of Eligible Tax Deduction /sq.ft. $0.00 $0.30 $0.32 $0.34 $0.36 $0.38 $0.40 $0.42 $0.44 $0.46 $0.48 $0.50 $0.52 $0.54 $0.56 $0.58 $0.60 e.g., Beat by 33%, get $0.46/sf

47 EPAct 2005 Partial Tax Deduction
What other lighting requirements must be met? Must meet IESNA recommended minimum design light levels Must include all ASHRAE/IESNA Standard control requirements (e.g., automatic controls in spaces of 5000 sf or more) Must have bi-level switching in all occupancies except hotel/motel guest rooms, store rooms, restrooms, and public lobbies (bi-level switching not yet clearly defined…) Ballasts must assume highest lamp wattage possible for the calculations What is the window of opportunity? Building must be placed into service between Jan 1, Dec 31, 2007 to claim the deduction Who gets the deduction? Building owners BUT if the owner is a public entity (e.g. schools), the designer of the system can claim the tax deduction (details of how this will work will be in the implementation guidelines…) Tenants cannot get this deduction directly What else?: Tax deduction rules are very complex -- recommend that customers use a tax consultant. This is a tax deduction provision, not a tax credit – deductions are taken prior to calculating the final tax amount owed, credits are applied to the tax amount itself Rebates can be applied


49 ASHRAE VS. IECC CODE? EPACT 2005 requires compliance to ASHRAE code. Organizations that reside in the state of Pennsylvania must adhere to the IECC code when designing a lighting retrofit scenario. If you meet the IECC code you will meet or exceed the ASHRAE Must be able to document wattages before and after lighting retrofit. ASHRAE =Tax code IECC=Building code

50 Knowledge Required…. Beating , while meeting IESNA recommended light levels, will require knowledgeable people For building retrofits or renovation, Survey the building Calculate the existing power density Project the revised power density Predict new lighting levels, ensuring they meet IESNA recommendations Meet lighting control requirements For new construction, Review lighting drawings and space sizes Calculate initial, proposed lighting density Influence change in lighting specification to beat 90.1, while meeting IESNA recommended light levels and control requirements

51 How is Compliance Demonstrated?
Will there be inspections of buildings to determine compliance? Who will do them? The secretary of the treasury shall prescribe procedures for the inspection and testing for compliance of buildings that are comparable to the requirements in the Mortgage Industry National Accreditation Procedures for Home Energy Rating Systems. Individuals qualified to determine compliance shall only be those recognized by one or more organizations certified by the secretary of the treasury for such purposes. These compliance inspection requirements are currently under development.

52 Example Scenarios

53 Basic Example Assumptions: Results: 20,000 square foot office building
Proposed lighting system delivers appropriate levels for office tasks Proposed lighting system beats ASHRAE/IESNA by 40% Corporate tax rate of 33% Results: Owner earns maximum tax deduction of $0.60 per square foot $0.60 per square foot X 20,000 square feet X 33% = $4000 one-time tax deduction

54 Warehouse Applications

55 Warehouse Space General Layout Baseline system: Criteria
Open high bay warehouse space IES recommended target illuminance for warehousing and storage: fc. 60’x80’x30’ 70/30/10 reflectances Conditioned space (25°C) Baseline system: 400W std. metal halide/mag. ballast 9 open high bay aluminum reflectors Criteria 1 for 1 retrofit Illumimance levels the same The objective of this design is to deliver 50 fc. Maintained in a manufacturing area that is 60x80x30 ft. high. The fixtures are mounted at 25’. The reflectances are 70/30/10 (because this is not unrealistic in an industrial application). In order to achieve the target light level we need W std. MH high bays.

56 Impact of Energy Codes on Warehouse Space
ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1 Warehouse High Bay Active storage Space-by-Space Method: 2001 – 1.1 W/sq ft 2004 – 0.8 W/sq ft Building Area Method: 2001 – 1.2 W/sq ft REMEMBER Warehouse MUST exceed by 50% No “Sliding Scale” General High Bay Lighting System Wattage Lighting Power Density (W/ft2) Maint (fc) Pass/Fail ASHRAE 2001 % Exceeding Sp by Sp (%/Ded.) M400/U-CWA Ballast Aluminum high bay 458 0.86 28.6 F 22% $0.00 4-lamp T5HO 236 0.44 17.7 P 60% $0.60 6-lamp T5HO 356 0.67 27.1 39% 6-lamp T8/QHE ISH 218 0.41 18.0 63%

57 Warehouse Space Existing Lighting System Proposed Lighting System
Metal Halide 267 High-Bay Fluorescent Fixtures 421 Fluorescent Fixtures 405 High Efficient Fluorescent Fixtures 405 Fluorescent Fixtures 176 Re-Lamp/Ballast 176 Exit Signs 19 LED Exit Signs 19 The objective of this design is to deliver 50 fc. Maintained in a manufacturing area that is 60x80x30 ft. high. The fixtures are mounted at 25’. The reflectances are 70/30/10 (because this is not unrealistic in an industrial application). In order to achieve the target light level we need W std. MH high bays.

58 Warehouse Lighting System Summary Sheet
Warehouse Space Warehouse Lighting System Summary Sheet Existing Energy Costs $146,284.19 Proposed Energy Costs $55,341.48 Yearly Energy Savings $90,942.71 Annual Maintenance Savings $3,634.62 System Warranty Savings $16,115.85 Break-even point 3.35 years The objective of this design is to deliver 50 fc. Maintained in a manufacturing area that is 60x80x30 ft. high. The fixtures are mounted at 25’. The reflectances are 70/30/10 (because this is not unrealistic in an industrial application). In order to achieve the target light level we need W std. MH high bays.

59 Warehouse Space The objective of this design is to deliver 50 fc. Maintained in a manufacturing area that is 60x80x30 ft. high. The fixtures are mounted at 25’. The reflectances are 70/30/10 (because this is not unrealistic in an industrial application). In order to achieve the target light level we need W std. MH high bays.

60 QUESTIONS? Want to reduce your utility costs? Can you qualify for EPAct 2005 tax deduction? Call Atlantic Energy Concepts for a lighting assessment, The objective of this design is to deliver 50 fc. Maintained in a manufacturing area that is 60x80x30 ft. high. The fixtures are mounted at 25’. The reflectances are 70/30/10 (because this is not unrealistic in an industrial application). In order to achieve the target light level we need W std. MH high bays.

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