HID Lamp Brochure Provides technical data on HID lamps (High Pressure Sodium, Metal Halide, and Mercury Vapor) and includes cross reference information. No longer will be available in print, as the product offering is included in the Utility Products Guide & Product Guide.
Size: 2 MB
HID Service Guide This piece gives a basic overview of HID lighting systems. The Service Guide includes diagrams, illustrations and tables to better explain operation and servicing lamps. In addition, the Service guide include a troubleshooting guide.
Lighting Distribution Types The term “distribution type” defines how far forward of the luminaire (i.e., on the streetside) the effective output reaches. The specific classification of
distribution types is based on locating the luminaires effective major output pattern on a grid representing distances in units of Mounting Height (MH)
from the luminaire. This pattern is defined by tracing an area representing light distribution at 50% of maximum candela. By measuring where the bulk of
this pattern falls on the grid, a luminaire can be classified as follows and as shown in the figures in this guide.
Size: 15 MB
Linear Lamp Brochure Provides an overview of LED T8 and fluorescent (T8, T8-Energy Saving, T8-High Lumen, T8-Long Life, T8-U-bent, T5, and T5-High Output) linear lamps. This brochure also includes a cross reference section.
Due to the continuing increases in material and transportation cost, plus the new tariff (10%) imposed on material effective September 24th; Howard Lighting will be implementing a general price increase. Effective October 1st pricing on specific product families will be adjusted based on the increased cost and tariffs imposed by the USTR. Price increases will vary by product family.
Howard Lighting Products constantly strives to improve its processes so that our customers can maintain a competitive advantage. In reviewing our freight costs, we have identified certain products that incur excess costs due to their oversized and/or fragile nature. As a result, we are modifying our freight policy to incorporate an exception for these product families.
In an effort to better serve our customers and sales team, we will no longer use various design codes in our model construction. Rather the models will be simplified for easier reading. Customers and sales staff will not have to worry about what model is the most current. Our 4 page Product Information Bulletin gives information about the new model construction and cross reference information from our old model naming system.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we update our systems with these changes.