Architectural Emergency light fixture for wet locations and cold environments with minimum 90 minute Battery Backup Power
CONSTRUCTION Decorative, low-profile, architectural design with die-cast aluminum housing with durable powder coat finishes in white, black, Nickel and dark bronze. Housing can be paint matched in the field to match any exterior surface. This unit features a fully sealed and gasketed enclosure for Damp and Wet Location applications. Two rigid conduit entry points and a universal Jbox mounting pattern make installation quick and easy.
DIMENSIONS Height=10.47" Width=6.54" Depth=3.78"
ILLUMINATION Units come standard with two 6 volt, 6 watt Xenon lamps. Features a mirror-bright reflector and prismatic polycarbonate refractor for ideal light output.
ELECTRONICS Dual voltage, 120 volt or 277 volt input. Circuit provides automatic brownout, short circuit, and overload protection. A momentary test switch and LED charge indicator are included.
BATTERY Maintenance-free, Nickel Cadmium battery provides an estimated service life of 10 years with an operating temperature range of 0o to 50o C.
CODE COMPLIANCE These Decorative units meet or exceed all performance standards as required by UL 924, NFPA 70, NFPA 101, NEC 700.16 and OSHA.
SD SELF-DIAGNOSTICS The circuit continuously monitors the operating condition of the AC power, battery supply voltage, emergency lamp continuity, and charging circuit. If failure occurs, visual status will occur immediately via the dual-colored LED. LED indicator will illuminate until fault has been corrected. The SD also monitors the transfer circuit as well as performing automatic code compliant testing. The self-test will operate the equipment in emergency mode one minute every 28 days. A 30 minute fullfunction test is performed every six months, and a 90 minute full-function test is performed every 12 months. These tests can also be initiated manually by use of the test button.
REMOTE UNITS These units are also available for use as a remote unit, supplied without the battery or charging circuit. The remote can be run off any standard emergency lighting unit supplying 6 volts and at least 12 watts of remote power.