Emergency power supplies

We offer an emergency power supply (inverter) for most of the light fittings. It is an electronic module and an accumulator built into the light fitting. One fluorescent lamp remains on - it maintains approximately 10% of its nominal value - in case of a power supply failure. The light fitting works in the SA mode (permanent lighting + emergency lighting). It is not a proper emergency light fitting. Such a light fitting does not contain a terminal board or a button used to switch off the light fitting in emergency mode i.e. during reparations of the installation for instance. The LED diode that indicates the condition of the accumulator is not visible at first sight either. This is a way emergency light fittings can be replaced in many cases.

The light fitting must be connected with a four-core (five-core) cable - you have to connect it to uninterrupted phase - see scheme.

ATTENTION:
Emergency power supplies cannot be used in some (small) light fittings because of lack of space. This concerns the following light fittings:

  • T5 1x14W all types
  • T8 1x18W all types
  • T5 2x, 3x, 4x 14W low skewed surface mounted
  • T8 2x, 3x, 4x 18W low skewed surface mounted
  • T5 1x14..80W M600 i M625
  • T5 2x14W M600 i M625
  • SLIM all types

Emergency power supplies

Coding:

NZ – Emergency lighting module
Example of coding: ZC 418/10LOS +NZ
(time period of lightining: fluorescent lamp T8: 18-58W – 3h, TCL: 36-55W – 3h, T5: 14-54W -3h, T5: 80W – 2h)

NZA – Emergency lighting module with self test
Example of coding: ZC 418/10LOS +NZ
time period of lightining: fluorescent lamp T8: 18-58W – 3h, TCL: 36-55W – 3h, T5: 14-54W -3h, T5: 80W – 2h)



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