The Emergency Light Central Monitoring System is capable to test, monitor and maintain up to 250 pieces of emergency luminaires. It comes with automatic testing, data analysis and result judgement. One-key fire drill function enable this system to test device connected to the control panel, lower maintenance cost and realize fire marshals hands.
Description Addressable Emergency Lighting Control Panel
Power Supply AC 100-240VAC/50-60HZ
Consumption 25W (0.15A AC)
Battery Type Sealed lead-acid battery 12V / 7AH Max
Charger Stabilized power supply 13.8V / 400Ma
Loop Circuit The maximum number of addressable modules connected to the
panel is 250. (2 loops, 130 each loop)
24v output General outputs with a 24VDC 300ma rating.
Display 4.3inch touch screen
Maximum Load The maximum load connected to the panel must not exceed 0.6A.
Ingress protection IP 30
Humidity Up to 95% relative humidity
Constructional Material ABS
Dimensions 322 x 241 x 97mm
Weight 1400 gr
Standard EN 50172, EN 50130-4, EN 61000-6-3, IEC/EN 62034
Compliance TUV-CB, COC
Why is Emergency Lighting so important?
It is essential that all occupied buildings should have escape lighting to allow for safe exit should mains power fail. Emergencies luminaires have fitted back up batteries which are continuously charged during standard operation and have at least 3 hours of power. Lights must be installed to provide sufficient illumination according to the different areas of premises and must conform to the latest legislation.
Emergency Light Fittings
Maintained, these luminaires have the advantage of being able to be switched between the maintained function (lamp illuminated at all times) and non-maintained (lamp off until power supply fails), making them ideal for applications such as corridors, workshops and permanently illuminated emergency exit signs. The maintained luminaires also have the facility of being switched in banks of up to ten units.
Non-maintained, these luminaires are only illuminated on a failure of the mains supply. Ideal for emergency exits, switch rooms and storage areas.