Product catalogue
Emergi-Lite
Emergency lighting & central power
supply systems
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Legend
BSI Kitemark approved
Insulation class II. This luminaire must not be
earthed
Tested and certified by an independent European
certification agency such as KEMA
Luminaire may be attached to a flammable surface
Luminaire complies with CE
Indicates ingress protection class (IP value)
Surface mounted luminaire
Classification for the degree of protection provided
by enclosures against external mechanical impacts
Recess mounted luminaire
Explosion proof
The light source of the product is a fluorescent
tube
Indicates the viewing distance of the (illuminated)
pictogram in metres
Product comes with an LED light source
3 hours autonomy
(battery-powered light operating time)
Tungston filament
3-5 valve regulated lead acid battery
Self-contained: in case of power failure, the
luminaire is battery powered
24 hours
recharge period
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Maintained / non maintained luminaire
Includes daylight sensor
Non-maintained luminaire
Operates down to -25oC
Rear plate
Protection kit
Side wall bracket
Ceiling bracket
Suspension kit
Recess kit
Self-Test product
Fitted with an infrared module
Available with Naveo addressable, testing and
remote management facility
Emergi-Lite
Emergency lighting & central power supply systems
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Introduction
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Serenga 2
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Guideway
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Horizon
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Endurance
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Previx
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Aqualux
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Decorative Hy-Lite
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Corniche
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Silver-Lite
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Serenga
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Escape Line
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Industrial & hazardous area
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Inspection, maintenance & testing solutions
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EMEX central power supply systems
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EMEX test
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Sub-circuit monitoring
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Technical reference
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Emergi-Lite
Experts in emergency lighting
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Efficient emergency lighting solutions
With you every step of the emergency lighting process
The life-cycle
Training for emergency lighting
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Emergi-Lite
Experts in emergency lighting
By choosing Emergi-Lite as your emergency lighting partner, you’ll be placing your
projects, your systems, and essentially your people, in safe hands.
When choosing a partner for emergency lighting, you need
a supplier capable of delivering a solution whenever the
need arises, whether you’re planning a new build project,
overseeing an installation, or considering renewal of a
long-standing system.
Emergi-Lite is a leading life safety solutions provider,
delivering state-of-the-art systems and products into the
emergency lighting marketplace.
We focus on supporting our customers at all points of the
emergency lighting life-cycle, whether planning, installing,
managing or renewing.
Years of experience
Supporting emergency lighting projects on all scales,
backed by friendly service, technical expertise and our
continual drive towards new product innovation makes
Emergi-Lite the number one choice for emergency
lighting.
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Construction engineers and installers are assured that orders
can be easily placed, deliveries arrive promptly, and that any
issues are resolved quickly to a satisfactory outcome.
Our products and services are specifically designed to provide
the most effective protection and safety, in line with customer
needs, relevant standards and industry regulations. These
solutions start at the planning stage for emergency lighting
systems, with advice on product selection and system
requirements, through to delivery of certified technical
drawings.
With project time-lines tight and budgets constrained,
choosing the right partner for emergency lighting system
design is imperative. By choosing Emergi-Lite, you’ll be
making the right start.
Emergi-Lite works at the heart of this complex process,
assisting designers, specifiers, and final customers with
all manner of emergency lighting need.
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Efficient emergency lighting solutions
Life-cycle
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The Emergi-Lite concept is clear and simple. Providing you a reliable, total solution
for safe evacuation. The way in which we do this is what makes the difference.
We offer advantages to everybody involved throughout the life-cycle process.
That way, you know that Emergi-Lite is always the right choice, for both you and
your customers.
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Design
Advise
Project
Order
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Installation
Supply
Install
Hand over
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Renovation
Recycle
Renovate
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Exploitation
Inspect
Maintain
Upgrade
Expand
Advice and information during the design phase
Each phase requires different input from us. In the design
phase, it is important for you to have all the information.
If desired, we can provide you with that in the form of specific
project advice, based on the most recent regulations,
standards and safety requirements. Emergi-Lite always offers
you the necessary information in the most compact form,
so that you quickly have an overview of all the available
information. For example, you can use this brochure to put
your product together in three simple steps. It is up to you
whether to go for digital information via deep links on
your wholesale website or whether to use a hard copy of
the Quick Guide. We offer you both options.
Speed and materials during the installation phase
Speed and timing are essential during the installation
phase, because the easy-to-install materials must be at the
construction site at the right time. That is why luminaires
such as Serenga, Horizon and Aqualux are always in stock.
If you perform the installation yourself, clear assembly
instructions, packaging instructions and a modular system
give you a head start.
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For example, with our quick-assembly modules, you do not
have to climb a stepladder so often. Emergi-Lite offers you
practical solutions to give you an immediate advantage, which
only makes everything so much easier for you.
Support during the exploitation phase
During the exploitation phase, we can document your
emergency lighting installation and make sure it is up to
date. That way, you guarantee optimal safety at minimum
exploitation costs, thanks to low energy consumption and
easy-to-replace parts and, if necessary, the people who are
working, shopping, relaxing or sleeping in the building can
quickly and safely find their way out.
Altering and separating during the renovation phase
The new generation of Emergi-Lite products is ready for
the renovation phase. We go further than the normal use of
durable, environmentally-friendly, recyclable materials. The
products are easy to disassemble and easy to dispose of
separately in the legally required return and recycling flows.
It is also easy to alter the new generation of luminaires
using the individual modules.
Efficient emergency lighting solutions
Life-cycle
Renewal and refurbishment completes the emergency lighting
life-cycle. Inevitably, all emergency lighting systems require
renewal, as new products develop, standards change, and
the ongoing cost of maintaining the current system becomes
excessive.
Product development & recycling
Emergi-Lite products are designed with the future in mind.
Our focus on new product development ensures we’re
always in a strong position to deliver new innovations into the
emergency lighting marketplace.
At this point our products and services continue to play a
major part. In addition to keeping you up-to-date with new
industry developments, our sales and technical teams are
happy to review existing plans and specifications to advise
on new and better product options.
Our products are manufactured using sustainable,
environmentally friendly materials and many now benefit from
modular construction and LED technology, promoting longer
lifetimes and lower recycling demand.
Emergency lighting commissioning
Emergency lighting systems must be commissioned following
installation, prior to use.
Emergi-Lite can provide advice and assistance for
commissioning self-contained emergency lighting systems.
Furthermore, our service team provides a commissioning
service for our central addressable testing and central power
supply systems, to ensure the installation meets with the
necessary approvals.
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In addition, since we’re a member of Lumicom, recycling of
our luminaires is a quick and easy process (see www.
lumicom.com).
Emergi-Lite also has battery recycling registration to meet the
requirements of the Battery Directive (Battery Producer
registration number BPRN00373).
Emergi-Lite official WEEE Registration number: WEE/DH0073UQ
filled capacitors removed), which are being replaced by our fittings, will be
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2006 (“The
recycled in an environmentally sound manner.
WEEE Regulations”)
Recycling Cost
This applies to emergency lighting luminaires supplied in UK, and those other
Producers are required to finance the environmentally sound disposal of
territories where ABB Ltd Emergi-Lite has responsibility as a producer.
non-household luminaires and the gas discharge lamps within them.
Therefore there will be a recycling charge, which may vary from time to time.
Producer Responsibility
The company meets the producer responsibility via membership of the Lumicom
Battery Directive
Producer Compliance Scheme (registration no. WEEE/DH0073UQ). Under this
Battery Producer recycling registration number: BPRN00373.
scheme, de-polluted luminaires (i.e. those with the lamps, batteries and liquid
FM09470
Hq assessed to BS EN/ISO 9001 2000
for the management of emergency
lighting and fire detection equipment
and the modification of mains
luminaires for emergency lighting
applications. Cert no: FM09470
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Emergi-Lite
With you every step of the emegency lighting process
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During building construction or refurbishment, the focus for emergency lighting
shifts from planning and design, to delivery and installation. Emergi-Lite provides
solutions that impact at all points of the emergency lighting life-cycle.
Easy-to-install product range
Many of our products are engineered to a modular design format, which promotes
straightforward, cost-effective installation and maintenance.
Modular design enables first-fix installation of the key wiring components with
later connection of geartrays, diffusers and legends etc, for easy management and
replacement of parts.
Certified technical design
Central to emergency lighting is the technical design drawing. It defines luminaire
positioning and spacing, drives the installation effort and provides the key control
for commissioning and approval.
Our technical design team is on hand to prepare drawings for all types of
emergency lighting system, to the latest relevant standards, with full certification
for added confidence and peace of mind.
Project support
Our project engineers and internal sales support teams are available to provide
guidance on products and project updates/delivery schedules etc. This catalogue
makes for a great starting point when considering emergency lighting, but is only
a small part of our service.
Project consultation
You can count on us to help with your emergency lighting planning. We offer expert
assistance in emergency lighting scheme design, as well as clear, concise advice on
product selection. Our dedicated team are able to assist you at your premises, and
arrange for emergency lighting schemes to be prepared at our design office.
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With you every step of the emegency lighting process
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The purpose of an emergency lighting system is to protect and safeguard life.
Once commissioned and in operation, the emergency lighting system must function
correctly throughout its lifetime and therefore requires ongoing management,
maintenance and testing.
Standards and legislation
The need for testing and servicing is enforced by legislation,
with both The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005/
Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 and The Work Place Directive 89/654
making reference to proper maintenance of emergency
lighting systems.
Any faults found need to be rectified as quickly as possible.
For many building owners/occupiers, who have legal
responsibility for these systems, maintenance, testing and
access to replacement parts are of paramount importance.
With this in mind, it’s clear to see that maintaining the
partnership with your emergency lighting supplier, even after
commissioning, is highly important.
Our fully certified engineering team can provide support and
advice on maintenance and servicing of emergency lighting.
We have certification under BAFE SP203-4 (Emergency
lighting systems) and BAFE SP203-1 (Alarm detection
systems). This demonstrates compliance to the safety
standards required when designing and maintaining systems
in either discipline.
Maintenance & servicing
Our team of qualified and experienced service engineers is
available to service emergency lighting systems and to ensure
full working order, in line with appropriate British Standards.
Term maintenance contracts are available. Contact our
service team today to discuss your maintenance needs.
System testing & upgrades
Owner/occupiers are legally obliged to test and maintain
emergency lighting to BS 5266-1 and -8 (Simplified Testing
Regime EN 50172).
Emergi-Lite manufactures a range of testing solutions for
self-contained emergency lighting - Self-Test, IR2 and Naveo
addressable testing - to accommodate all levels of testing
requirement.
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Guidance for emergency lighting
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We can provide guidance to improve understanding of emergency lighting and
central power supply standards and practices, determining both the design and
implementation of these systems.
Emergency lighting
We maintain up to date knowledge and materials related to
the latest emergency lighting requirements, regulations and
standards.
Product & standards awareness
We endeavour to provide seminars/sessions with clients to
help improve understanding of emergency lighting and central
power systems.
During meetings and in site visits, a member of our field
sales team will be able to provide expert and in-depth
understanding of emergency lighting legislative and testing
requirements.
Topics include:
– Emergency lighting, testing & monitoring
– Central power supply systems
– ICEL risk assessment
The imperative is to highlight the correct procedures for
testing and monitoring all emergency lighting, in accordance
with British Standards, Codes of Practice and current Working
Directives, along with the methodologies best used to
maximise effectiveness and efficiency of your installations.
We also cover selection and installation of emergency
lighitng as appropriate to meet Section 534 of BS 7671,
to achieve a satisfactory electrical installation.
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Luminaires & exit signs
Product selection chart
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Guideway
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Managing
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Light sensor
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High ingress rating
Mounting options
First-fix installation
Modular design
Choice of trims
In-built self test
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Serenga 2
Project covering & stylish
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High power, low energy consumption LED solutions
Specially designed lenses for optimised light distribution
Modular, First-Fix installation
Round or square shapes to suit design requirements
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Serenga 2
Project covering & stylish
Escape route - Recessed
– Metal heatsink - high grade polycarbonate body
– Specially designed lens for optimised light distribution
– Modular, First-Fix installation
– Round or square trim shapes are available as interior design choices
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Luminaire data
Description
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation /
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
SR2-DEA-M3
REC M3 AUTOTEST ESC-4MH WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
CTSR2-DEA-M3
REC M3 CT-NAVEO ESC-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
Order code
Input voltage
SR2-DEA-230
SR2-DEA-230LT
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
Environment Weight
temp. (ºC)
(kg)
REC 230V ESC-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
REC 230V EMEX ESC-L4M WH
22 xx LED
LED 0.85W
0.85W == 1.9W
1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
0.6
SR2Q-DEA-M3
REC-SQ M3 AUTOTEST ESC-L4M WH 2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
CTSR2Q-DEA-M3
REC-SQ M3 CT-NAVEO ESC-L4M WH 2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
SR2Q-DEA-230
REC-SQ 230V ESC-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
SR2Q-DEA-230LT
REC-SQ 230V EMEX ESC-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
Versions with IR2 remote testing are available.
Dimensions
Accessories
Order code
Description
SR2-CCAW
WH circular adaptor
Interchangeable lenses are available.
Different lens kits are available to suit application
needs.
150
min.
110
78
58
216
max. Ø10 (2x)
min. 45
38
35
52
Ø68
126
max. Ø10 (2x)
Ø100
5-30
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Serenga 2
Project covering & stylish
Emergency spot light - Recessed
– Injection moulded - high grade polycarbonate body
– Specially designed lens for optimised light distribution
– Modular, First-Fix installation
– Round or square trim shapes are available as interior design choices
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Luminaire
Description
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
SR2-DSB-M3
REC M3 AUTOTEST SPOT-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
CTSR2-DSB-M3
REC M3 CT-NAVEO SPOT-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
REC 230V SPOT-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
REC 230V EMEX SPOT-L4M WH
22 xx LED
LED 0.85W
0.85W == 1.9W
1.9W 5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
Order code
Input voltage
SR2-DSB-230
SR2-DSB-230LT
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
Operation /
Environment Weight
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC )
(kg)
SR2Q-DSB-M3
REC-SQ M3 AUTOTEST SPOT-L4M WH 2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
CTSR2Q-DSB-M3
REC-SQ M3 CT-NAVEO SPOT-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
SR2Q-DSB-230
REC-SQ 230V SPOT-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
SR2Q-DSB-230LT
REC-SQ 230V EMEX SPOT-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
Versions with IR2 remote testing are available.
Dimensions
Accessories
Order code
Description
SR2-CCAW
WH circular adaptor
Interchangeable lenses are available.
150
min.
110
78
58
216
max. Ø10 (2x)
min. 45
38
35
52
Ø68
126
max. Ø10 (2x)
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Ø100
5-30
Serenga 2
Project covering & stylish
Anti-panic lighting - Recessed
– Injection moulded - high grade polycarbonate body
– Specially designed lens for optimised light distribution
– Modular, First-Fix installation
– Round or square trim shapes are available as interior design choices
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Power consumption Operation /
Environment Weight
(VA/W)
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
(kg)
Lamp type
SR2-DAD-M3
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz REC M3 AUTOTEST OA-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
CTSR2-DAD-M3
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz REC M3 CT-NAVEO OA-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
SR2-DAD-230
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz REC 230V OA-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
SR2-DAD-230LT
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz REC 230V EMEX OA-L4M WH
LED 0.85W
0.85W == 1.9W
1.9W 5.0 / 4.83
22 xx LED
230V
0 - 40
0.3
SR2Q-DAD-M3
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz REC-SQ M3 AUTOTEST OA-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
CTSR2Q-DAD-M3 220-240 Vac, 50 Hz REC-SQ M3 CT-NAVEO OA-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
0.6
SR2Q-DAD-230
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz REC-SQ 230V OA-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
SR2Q-DAD-230LT
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.3
REC-SQ 230V EMEX OA-L4M WH
0.6
Versions with IR2 remote testing are available.
Dimensions
Accessories
Order code
Description
SR2-CCAW
WH circular adaptor
Interchangeable lenses are available.
150
min.
110
78
58
216
max. Ø10 (2x)
95 x 95
min. 45
38
52
35
126
max. Ø10 (2x)
Ø68
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Serenga 2
Project covering & stylish
Escape route - Surface mount
– Injection moulded - high grade polycarbonate body
– Specially designed lens for optimised light dsitribution
– Modular, First-Fix installation
– Ease of installation - unique moulded construction to retain IP rating without
additional protection
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Order code
Input voltage
SR2-SEM3-A1
Description
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation /
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Environment Weight
temp. (ºC)
(kg)
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
SFC M3 AUTOTEST ESC-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
CTSR2-SEM3-A1 220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
SR2-SE230-A1
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
SFC M3 CT-NAVEO ESC-L4M WH
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
1.0
SFC 230E ESC-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
1.0
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.75
SR2-SE230LT-A1 220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
SFC 230E EMEX ESC-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.75
Versions with IR2 remote testing are available.
Interchangeable lenses are available.
Dimensions
Ø6-13 (3x)
150 x 150
60
60
120
60
35
60
Ø4-10 (6x)
150 x 150
Ø4-10 (6x)
35
Ø6-13 (3x)
16
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Project covering & stylish
Anti-panic - Surface mount
– Injection moulded - high grade polycarbonate body
– Specially designed lens for optimised light distribution
– Modular, First-Fix installation
– Ease of installation - unique moulded construction to retain IP rating without
additional protection
2
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation /
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight
(kg)
SR2-SAM3-D1
1.0
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
SFC M3 AUTOTEST OA-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
CTSR2-SAM3-D1 220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
SR2-SA230-D1
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
SFC M3 CT-NAVEO OA-L4M WH
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
1.0
SFC 230E OA-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.75
SR2-SA230LT-D1 220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
SFC 230E EMEX OA-L4M WH
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.75
Versions with IR2 remote testing are available.
Interchangeable lenses are available.
Dimensions
Ø6-13 (3x)
150 x 150
60
120
60
60
35
60
Ø4-10 (6x)
150 x 150
Ø4-10 (6x)
35
Ø6-13 (3x)
120
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Serenga 2
Project covering & stylish
Escape route - Surface mount 12m
– Injection moulded - high grade polycarbonate body
– Specially designed lens for optimised light distribution - ideal for high ceiling
areas, up to 12 metres
– Modular, First-Fix installation
– Ease of installation - unique moulded construction to retain IP rating without
additional protection
2
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Luminaire
Operation /
duration (hrs)
Environment Weight
temp. (ºC)
(kg)
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
1.0
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 4.74 / 4.0
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 5.0 / 4.83
M3
5 - 40
1.0
230V
0 - 40
0.75
230V
0 - 40
0.75
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Lamp type
SR2-SEM3-BC1
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
AUTOTEST SFC ESC-MH12M 2L M3
CTSR2-SEM3-BC1
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
CT-N SFC ESC-MH12M 2L M3
SR2-SE230-BC1
SR2-SE230LT-BC1 220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
SFC ESC-MH12M 2L 230V 50Hz
Power consumption
(VA/W)
SFACE ESC-MH12M 2L 230V 50Hz LTC WH 2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 5.0 / 4.83
Versions with IR2 remote testing are available.
Interchangeable lenses are available.
Dimensions
Ø6-13 (3x)
150 x 150
60
120
60
60
35
60
Ø4-10 (6x)
150 x 150
Ø4-10 (6x)
35
Ø6-13 (3x)
18
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Project covering & stylish
Anti-panic - Surface mount 12m
– Injection moulded - high grade polycarbonate body
– Specially designed lens for optimised light distribution - Ideal for high ceiling
areas, up to 12 metres
– Modular, First-Fix installation
– Ease of installation - unique moulded construction to retain IP rating without
additional protection
2
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation /
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight
(kg)
SR2-SAEM3-EF1
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz AUTOTEST SFC OA-MH12M 2L M3
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
1.0
CTSR2-SAM3-EF1
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 4.74 / 4.0
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W 5.0 / 4.83
M3
5 - 40
1.0
SR2-SA230-EF1
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz CT-N SFC OA-MH12M 2L M3
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz SFC OA-MH12M 2L 230V 50HZ
230V
0 - 40
0.75
SR2-SA230LTC-EF1
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz SFACE OA-MH12M 2L 230V 50HZ LTC WH 2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
230V
0 - 40
0.75
5.0 / 4.83
Versions with IR2 remote testing are available.
Interchangeable lenses are available.
Dimensions
Ø6-13 (3x)
150 x 150
60
120
60
60
35
60
Ø4-10 (6x)
150 x 150
Ø4-10 (6x)
35
Ø6-13 (3x)
120
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Serenga 2
Project covering & stylish
Escape route - Surface mount wall
– Injection moulded - high grade polycarbonate body
– Specially designed lens with optimised light distribution for
wall mouting applications
– Modular, First-Fix installation
– Ease of installation - unique moulded construction to retain IP rating
without additional protection
2
24
Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Lamp type
SR2-SWM3-G1
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz SFC M3 AUTOTEST WALL - W3M WH 2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
CTSR2-SWM3-G1
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz SFC M3 CT-NAVEO WALL - W3M WH
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz SFC 230V WALL - W3M WH
SR2-SW230-G1
SR2-SW230LT-G1 220-240 Vac, 50 Hz SFC 230V EMEX WALL - W3M WH
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation /
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight
(kg)
1.0
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
4.74 / 4.0
M3
5 - 40
1.0
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.75
2 x LED 0.85W = 1.9W
5.0 / 4.83
230V
0 - 40
0.75
Versions with IR2 remote testing are available.
Interchangeable lenses are available.
Dimensions
Ø6-13 (3x)
150 x 150
60
120
60
60
35
60
Ø4-10 (6x)
150 x 150
Ø4-10 (6x)
35
Ø6-13 (3x)
20
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Guideway
Innovative & stylish
•
•
•
•
Injection moulded - aluminium base construction
Bright & uniformed light distribution with 500 cd/m2
Versatile mounting options with First-Fix control gear
Unique frameless legend design with click-lock assembly
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Guideway
Innovative & stylish
Guideway 22m - Recessed
– Bright and uniformed light distribution with 500 cd/sq.m
– Versatile mounting options with First-Fix control gear
– Unique frameless legend design with click-lock assembly
– Quick release legend panels
3
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Luminaire
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation /
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight
(kg)
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz LED sign M3 recessed
LED strip 1.8W
4.2 / 4.2
M3
5 - 35
0.93
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz LED sign M3 recessed, CT-NAVEO
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz LED sign 230V HF recessed
LED strip 1.8W
LED strip 1.8W
LED strip 1.8W
4.2 / 4.2
M3
5 - 35
0.93
4.2 / 4.2
230V
0 - 35
0.93
LED strip 1.8W
4.2 / 4.2
230V
0 - 35
0.93
Order code
Input voltage
EGR3LS1-S22
CTEGR3LS1-S22
EGR1LS1-S22
Description
EGR1LS1LTC-S22 220-240 Vac, 50 Hz LED sign 230V EMEX test recessed
60 hrs charge at first commissioning, 24 hrs re-charge thereafter.
Self-contained 60Hz versions available on request
Flag mounted
Single sided
Part No.
Legends
Part no.
Legends
ISO 7010 legend format
ISO 7010 legend format
XEN2EG22
XEN602EG22
XEN3EG22
XEN6EG22
XEN603EG22
XEN5EG22
XEN606EG22
Arabic legend format
XEN605EG22
XBN1EG22
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Accessories
Order code
Description
EG-T4SG
Cover discs, 2+2 self contained
EG-T4EG
Cover discs, 2+2 slave
Dimensions
Colour
0-35
min.
110
8
1
78
58
216
13
max. Ø10 (2x)
Ø68
Ø8
min. 45
38
35
52
126
5
1
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8
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Guideway
Innovative & stylish
Guideway 32m - Recessed
– Bright and uniformed light distribution with 500 cd/sq.m
– Versatile mounting options with First-Fix control gear
– Unique frameless legend design with click-lock assembly
– Quick release legend panels
3
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Luminaire
Input voltage
Description
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation /
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight
(kg)
EGR3LS1-S32
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
LED sign M3 recessed
LED strip 3.6W
CTEGR3LS1-S32
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz LED sign M3 recessed, CT-NAVEO
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz LED sign 230V HF recessed
Order code
EGR1LS1-S32
EGR1LS1LTC-S32 220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
LED sign 230V EMEX test recessed
6.0 / 6.0
M3
5 - 35
1.11
LED strip 3.6W 6.0 / 6.0
LED strip 3.6W
LED strip 3.6W 6.3 / 6.3
M3
5 - 35
1.11
230V
0 - 35
1.29
LED strip 3.6W
230V
0 - 35
1.29
6.3 / 6.3
60 hrs charge at first commissioning, 24 hrs re-charge thereafter.
Self-contained 60Hz versions available on request
Flag mounted
Single sided
Part No.
Legends
Part no.
Legends
ISO 7010 legend format
ISO 7010 legend format
XEN2EG32
XEN602EG32
XEN3EG32
XEN6EG32
XEN603EG32
XEN5EG32
XEN606EG32
Arabic legend format
XEN605EG32
XBN1EG32
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Dimensions
Accessories
Order code
Description
Colour
8
0-35
EG-T4SG
Cover discs, 2+2 self contained
EG-T4EG
Cover discs, 2+2 slave
Ø8
min.
110
1
18
Ø68
78
58
216
max. Ø10 (2x)
335
min. 45
38
52
126
max. Ø10 (2x)
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Guideway
Innovative & stylish
Guideway 22m - Surface
– Bright and uniformed light distribution with 500 cd/sq.m
– Versatile mounting options with First-Fix control gear
– Unique frameless legend design with click-lock assembly
– Quick release legend panels
3
24
Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation /
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight
(kg)
EG3LS1-S22
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
LED sign M3 surface mount
LED strip 1.8W
4.2 / 4.2
M3
5 - 35
1.11
CTEG3LS1-S22
LED sign M3 surface mount, CT-NAVEO
M3
5 - 35
1.11
LED sign 230V HF surface mount
LED strip 1.8W
LED strip 1.8W
LED strip 1.8W
4.2 / 4.2
EG1LS1-S22
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
4.2 / 4.2
230V
0 - 35
1.00
EG1LS1LTC-S22
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
LED sign 230V EMEX test surface mount
LED strip 1.8W
4.2 / 4.2
230V
0 - 35
1.00
Includes back to wall mounting accessory as standard.
60 hrs charge at first commissioning, 24 hrs re-charge thereafter.
Self-contained 60Hz versions available on request
Flag mounted
Single sided
Part No.
Legends
Part no.
Legends
ISO 7010 legend format
ISO 7010 legend format
XEN2EG22
XEN602EG22
XEN3EG22
XEN6EG22
XEN603EG22
XEN5EG22
XEN606EG22
Arabic legend format
XEN605EG22
XBN1EG22
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Dimensions
Accessories
Order code
Description
EG-TKIT50
Tube suspension kit (0.5 m)
EG-TKIT100
159
41
Tube suspension kit (1 m)
55
min.
110
216
max. Ø10 (2x)
134
min. 45
38
52
126
max. Ø10 (2x)
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78
58
24
58
138
12
235
33
158
Guideway
Innovative & stylish
Guideway 32m - Surface
– Bright and uniformed light distribution with 500 cd/sq.m
– Versatile mounting options with First-Fix control gear
– Unique frameless legend design with click-lock assembly
– Quick release legend panels
3
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation /
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Environment Weight
temp. (ºC)
(kg)
EG3LS1-S32
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
LED sign M3 surface mount
LED strip 3.6W
6.0 / 6.0
M3
5 - 35
CTEG3LS1-S32
LED sign M3 surface mount, CT-NAVEO
M3
5 - 35
1.58
LED sign 230V HF surface mount
LED strip 3.6W
LED strip 3.6W
LED strip 3.6W
6.0 / 6.0
EG1LS1-S32
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
6.3 / 6.3
230V
0 - 35
1.48
EG1LS1LTC-S32
220-240 Vac, 50 Hz
LED sign 230V EMEX test surface mount
LED strip 3.6W
6.3 / 6.3
230V
0 - 35
1.48
1.58
Includes back to wall mounting accessory as standard.
60 hrs charge at first commissioning, 24 hrs re-charge thereafter.
Self-contained 60Hz versions available on request
Flag mounted
Single sided
Part No.
Legends
Part no.
Legends
ISO 7010 legend format
ISO 7010 legend format
XEN2EG32
XEN602EG32
XEN3EG32
XEN6EG32
XEN603EG32
XEN5EG32
XEN606EG32
Arabic legend format
XEN605EG32
XBN1EG32
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Dimensions
Accessories
Order code
1
EG-TKIT50
EG-TKIT100
58
159
Description
138
Tube suspension kit (0.5 m)
5
55
33
9
Tube suspension kit (1 m)
08
min.
110
78
58
216
max. Ø10 (2x)
18
min. 45
38
335
52
126
max. Ø10 (2x)
1
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Horizon
Traditional & versatile
•
•
•
•
Clip on legend with frame
Shaped diffuser and contoured reflector
First-Fix aluminium base, polycarbonate body
Available for surface and recessed mounting
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Horizon
Traditional & versatile
Back-lit LED exit sign
– Choice of IP40 surface mount (OH) or IP20 recessed (OZ) installation
with LED lamp
– Shaped diffuser and contoured reflector
– First-Fix aluminium base with white polycarbonate luminaire body
– Clip-on legend panel
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of
BS EN 60598.2.22
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LED base unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
OH3L261
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
2 x 1W LED
9.9 / 5.1
M3
0 - 25
1.7
OH1L261HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
2 x 1W LED
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
6.8 / 3.1
230V
0 - 40
1.5
OZ3L261
9.9 / 5.1
M3
0 - 25
1.7
OZ1L261HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
6.8 / 3.1
230V
0 - 40
1.5
Slave versions available with LTC
Legends
Part no.
Pictogram
XEN2H
XEN3H
XEN6H
XEN5H
XLF-SN802
XLF-SN803
Legends are screen printed. ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown.
Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Special legends for extinguishers and hose reel are also illustrated.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
OH/BCM
Ceiling bracket, vertical mount, for back-lit sign
OH/WG
Protective wire guard
292
36
43
Ø13
9-25
Ø20
Ø13
16
120
85
For further information on Naveo and IR2 emergency luminaire testing
formats, see pages 79 - 83.
Ø 0
8
x
89
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Horizon
Traditional & versatile
Edge-lit LED exit sign
– Choice of IP40 surface mount (OHD) or IP20 recessed (OZD)
installation with LED lamp
– Shaped diffuser and contoured reflector
– First-Fix aluminium base with white polycarbonate luminaire body
– Legend panel with slotted aluminium frame
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of
BS EN 60598.2.22
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LED base unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
OHD3LS61
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
2 x 1W LED
9.9 / 5.1
M3
0 - 25
1.7
OHD1LS61HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
2 x 1W LED
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
6.8 / 3.1
230V
0 - 40
1.5
OZD3LS61
9.9 / 5.1
M3
0 - 25
1.7
OZD1LS61HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
6.8 / 3.1
230V
0 - 40
1.5
Legends
Single sided
Part No.
Double sided
Pictogram
XEN20HS
Part No.
Pictogram
XE36HD
XEN30HS
XEN60HS
XEN50HS
XLF802HS
XLF803HS
Slave versions available with LTC
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Special legends for extinguishers and hose reel are also illustrated.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
OH/BWM
Wall bracket for edge-lit sign/luminaire
Ø 0
x
85
Ø20
43
For further information on Naveo and IR2 emergency luminaire testing
formats, see pages 79 - 83.
Ø13
36
16
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Ø13
292
6
6
9-25
305
Horizon
Traditional & versatile
High power open area luminaire
– Choice of IP40 surface mount (OH) or IP20 recessed (OZ) installation
with fluorescent lamp
– Shaped diffuser and contoured reflector for exceptional light
distribution
– First-Fix aluminium base with white polycarbonate luminaire body and
clear diffuser
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of
BS EN 60598.2.22
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Surface mounted unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Lamp
output
Power consumption Operation/
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
OH23161
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8 W T5
156 lumens
4.0 / 3.7
NM3
0 - 25
OH33161
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8 W T5
156 lumens
13.9 / 10.8
M3
0 - 25
1.7
OH13161HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8 W T5
253 lumens
10.9 / 10.5
230V
0 - 40
1.3
OH13161LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
13.0 / 7.0
230V
0 - 40
1.4
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
8 W T5
8 W T5
8 W T5
253 lumens
OZ23161
156 lumens
2.5 / 1.8
NM3
0 - 25
1.5
OZ33161
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
8 W T5
156 lumens
18.2 / 11
M3
0 - 25
1.7
OZ13161HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8 W T5
253 lumens
16.0 / 7.0
230V
0 - 40
1.3
OZ13161LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8 W T5
253 lumens
13.0 / 7.0
230V
0 - 40
1.4
Accessories
Order code
1.5
Dimensions
Description
OH/BWM
Wall bracket for edge-lit sign/luminaire
OH/WG
Protective wire guard
Ø13
85
2 2
Ø20
For Horizon spacing data, see page 134 - 139. For further information
on Naveo and Self-Test emergency luminaire testing formats, see pages
79 - 84.
1 0
9
Ø 0
3
9- 5
3 4
1
82
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Endurance
Compact & modern
•
•
•
•
Wide variety of mounting options available
Energy efficient LED technology
Simple ‘click’ fix legend panels
BSI Kitemark approved
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Compact & modern
Edge-lit exit sign
– LED lamp, for long life expectancy with low power consumption
– Intelligent Self-Test as standard
– Range of mounting accessories
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of BS EN
60598.2.22
– Order base unit, legend and mounting accessory separately
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Base unit
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
ENV50-001
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
1 W LED strip 9.5 / 4.7
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
M3
0 - 25
1.4
Legends
Dimensions
Single sided
Part no.
Colour
Ø 0
53
310
Double sided
Pictogram
Part no.
ESN012
EDN020
ESN010
EDN021
ESN011
EDN022
158
Pictogram
ESN013
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see
pages 138 - 139.
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Endurance
Compact & modern
Horizontal mounting EMH
The horizontal mounting attachment allows the luminaire to be mounted horizontally
with the sign-plate hanging vertically. This kit consists of a reflector to redirect light
to the sign-plate, an alternative sign-plate cover and screws to secure the sign
plate. Ideal for use above doors where space is limited.
Order code
Description
EMH-001
Horizontal
Trim colour
5
Recessed mounting EMF
Comprising a recessing cage, trim plate and fasteners. The recessing cage has side
wings that are used to secure the cage to the ceiling. The luminaire is installed by
simply pressing it into place and replacing the cover.
Order code
Description
EMF-001
Recessing kit
Trim colour
Wall brackets EMV
The bracket moulding features a ratchet detail allowing the sign to be angled at
virtually any angle to the wall, including parallel and perpendicular mountings.
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Order code
Description
EMV-001
Wall bracket
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Trim colour
Endurance
Compact & modern
Wire suspension EMS
The wire suspension kit includes an adjustment device and clutch mechanism
through which the wire is pulled until the desired length is reached. Excess wire
can then be cut away. The cut end does not enter the first-fix plate so cannot chafe
wiring or compromise safety. Variable wiring length makes this version suitable for
angled mounting surfaces.
Order code
Description
EMS-001
Adjustable wire suspension kit
Trim colour
5
Tube suspension
Tube suspension kits are available for heights of 0.3, 0.5 and 1 metre.
Order code
Description
EMR-TWKIT-001
Suspension kit (For use with 1114000*/30)
Trim colour
11140002/30
Aluminium tube, D16, length 300mm
11140004/30
Aluminium tube, D16, length 500mm
11140005/30
Aluminium tube, D16, length 1 meter
When ordering a suspension tube set: Choose an aluminium tube length x 2. To complete the set add the kit (TWKIT).
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Previx
Quick & practical
• Quality in its simplicity
• Lighting and signalisation in one, depending on the model
• Installation within three minutes
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Quick & practical
Back-lit LED exit sign
– Manufactured from high grade polycarbonate in white
– Straightforward installation, with First-Fix base
– Suitable for surface mounting
– Intelligent Self-Test as standard
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of
BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
PX3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
1W LED strip
10.3 / 5.2 [NM-4/1.5]
M3
0 - 25
1.0
PX1LS1HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
7.7 / 3.8
230V
0 - 40
0.9
PX1LS1LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
8.6 / 3.8
230V
0 - 40
1.0
Includes
Legend
Legends
Part no.
Pictogram
XEN2PX
XEN3PX
XEN6PX
XEN5PX
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are
available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
BK XL
Protective wire guard
PX /BCM
Ceiling bracket, vertical mount
PX /BWM
Wall bracket, for flag sign mount
PX /LENS4
Set of 4 lenses (for enhanced spacing in general use)
136
Ø1
3x
For further information on Naveo emergency luminaire testing
format, see pages 79 - 81.
6
0
3x
Ø 10
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Previx
Quick & practical
Edge-lit LED exit sign
– Manufactured from high grade polycarbonate in white
– Straightforward installation, with First-Fix base
– Options for surface (PX) or recessed (PXR) mount
– Intelligent self-test as standard
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of
BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Includes
Weight (kg) Legend
PX3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
1W LED strip
10.3 / 5.2 [NM-4/1.5]
M3
0 - 25
1.0
PXR3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
1W LED strip
10.3 / 5.2 [NM-4/1.5]
M3
0 - 25
1.4
PX1LS1HF
7.7 / 3.8
230V
0 - 40
0.9
PX1LS1LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
1W LED strip
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
8.6 / 3.8
230V
0 - 40
1.3
PXR1LS1HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
7.7 / 3.8
230V
0 - 40
0.9
PXR1LS1LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
8.6 / 3.8
230V
0 - 40
1.3
Legends
Single sided
Part no.
Double sided
Pictogram
XEN2PX
Part no.
Pictogram
XEN3PX / XEN6PX
XEN3PX
XEN6PX
XEN5PX
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
PX /DSLKIT
Double sided exit sign kit, includes
25
Ø 12
3
3
13
2
28
For further information on Naveo emergency luminaire testing format,
see pages 79 - 81.
240
Ø 10
30
20
25
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Quick & practical
LED emergency luminaire
– Manufactured from high grade polycarbonate in white
– Straightforward installation, with First-Fix base
– Options for surface (PX) or recessed (PXR) mount
– Increased spacing achieved with optional lens kit (PX/LENS4)
– Intelligent Self-Test as standard
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of
BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order Code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Lamp
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
PX3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
1W LED strip
10.3 / 5.2 [NM-4/1.5]
147 lumens
M3
1.0
PXR3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
1W LED strip
10.3 / 5.2 [NM-4/1.5]
147 lumens
M3
0 - 25
1.4
PX1LS1HF
7.7 / 3.8
185 lumens
230V
0 - 40
0.9
PX1LS1LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
1W LED strip
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
8.6 / 3.8
185 lumens
230V
0 - 40
1.3
PXR1LS1HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
7.7 / 3.8
185 lumens
230V
0 - 40
0.9
PXR1LS1LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 1W LED strip
8.6 / 3.8
185 lumens
230V
0 - 40
1.3
Accessories
0 - 25
Dimensions
Order code
Description
PX /LENS4
Set of 4 lenses
For Previx spacing data, please see pages 134 - 136. For further
information on Naveo emergency luminaire testing format, see pages
79 - 81.
136
Ø1
3x
6
0
3x
Ø 10
8
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Aqualux
Durable & high performance
• Waterproof enclosures to IP65 & IP67
• Optimal LED performance
• Ease of maintenance with in-built Self-Test
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Durable & high performance
Back-lit LED exit sign
– Attractive aluminium modular enclosure
– Clear polycarbonate broad delivery diffuser
– Intelligent Self-Test as standard
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of
BS EN 60598.2.22
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LED base unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
OW3L261
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
2 x 1W LED
9.9 / 5.1
M3
0 - 25
2.2
OW3L261LS
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
2 x 1W LED
2 x 1W LED
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
26.9 / 22.1
M3
0 - 25
2.3
OW1L261HF
6.8 / 3.1
230V
0 - 40
1.8
OW1L261LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
8.0 / 3.5
230V
0 - 40
1.9
OW3L261LS includes light sensor.
Legends
Part no.
Pictogram
XEN2W
XEN3W
XEN6W
XEN5W
XLF802W
XLF803W
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are
available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Special legends for extinguishers and hose reel are also illustrated.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
OW/BCM
Ceiling bracket, vertical mount
OW/BWA
Wall bracket, angled mount
-13
3x
381
110
1 0
Ø 0
x
3 0
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Aqualux
Durable & high performance
Edge-lit LED exit sign
– Attractive aluminium modular enclosure
– Clear polycarbonate broad delivery diffuser
– Intelligent Self-Test as standard
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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LED base unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
OW3L261
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
2 x 1W LED
9.9 / 5.1
M3
0 - 25
2.2
2 x 1W LED
OW3L261LS
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
26.9 / 22.1
M3
0 - 25
2.3
OW1L261HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
6.8 / 3.1
230V
0 - 40
1.8
OW1L261LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 2 x 1W LED
8.0 / 3.5
230V
0 - 40
1.9
OW3L261LS includes light sensor.
Legends
Single sided
Part no.
Double sided
Pictogram
Part no.
RSEN2W
RSEN3W/RSEN6W
RSEN3W
RSEN2W/RSEN2W
Pictogram
RSEN6W
RSEN5W
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Accessories
Order code
Dimensions
1 0
Description
OW/BWM
Wall mount end cantilever bracket
OW/DSC
Blank double sided diffuser
3 8
330
5
142
294
120
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Aqualux
Durable & high performance
High power open area luminaire
– Choice of 8W or 11W fluorescent lamps
– Attractive aluminium modular enclosure
– Clear polycarbonate broad delivery diffuser
– Includes light sensor for overnight security lighting application
– Intelligent Self-Test as standard
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Lamp
output
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
OW23161
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
8W T5
156 lumens
2.3 / 1.7
NM3
0 - 25
2.0
OW33161
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
8W T5
156 lumens
18.2 / 11.0
M3
0 - 25
2.2
OW13161HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8W T5
303 lumens
16.0 / 8.0
230V
0 - 40
1.8
OW13161LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8W T5
303 lumens
16.0 / 7.6
230V
0 - 40
1.9
OW26161
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
11W PL
252 lumens
3.7 / 3.1
NM3
0 - 25
2.0
OW36161
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
11W PL
252 lumens
16.5 / 10.0
M3
0 - 25
2.2
OW16161HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
11W PL
675 lumens
16.0 / 8.0
230V
0 - 40
1.8
OW16161LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
11W PL
675 lumens
22.0 / 10.0
230V
0 - 40
1.9
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
OW/BCM
Ceiling bracket, vertical mount
OW/BWA
Wall bracket, angled mount
OW/BWM
Wall mount end cantilever bracket
-13
3x
381
110
For Aqualux spacing data, see pages 134 - 136.
1 0
Ø 0
x
3 0
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Aqualux Freez-Lite
Durable & high performance
High power open area luminaire
– Choice of 8W or 11W fluorescent lamps
– Attractive aluminium modular enclosure
– Clear polycarbonate broad delivery diffuser
– Operates down to minus 25 °C
– Intelligent Self-Test as standard
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Lamp
output
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
STF23161
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
8W T5
156 lumens
2.3 / 1.7
NM3
-25 - +25
2.0
STF33161
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
8W T5
156 lumens
35.2 / 28.0
M3
-25 - +25
2.2
STF13161HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 8W T5
303 lumens
38.0 / 25.0
230V
-25 - +40
1.8
STF26161
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
11W PL
252 lumens
21.1 / 20.5
NM3
-25 - +25
2.0
STF36161
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
11W PL
252 lumens
44.0 / 33.5
M3
-25 - +25
2.2
STF16161HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 11W PL
675 lumens
38.0 / 25.0
230V
-25 - +40
1.8
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
OW/BCM
Ceiling bracket, vertical mount
OW/BWA
Wall bracket, angled mount
OW/BWM
Wall mount end cantilever bracket
-13
3x
381
110
For Aqualux spacing data, see pages 134-136
1 0
Ø 0
3 0
5
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Decorative Hy-Lite
Elegant LED lighting
• Simple installation
• High output LED luminaires
• Aesthetically pleasing designs
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Camarque
Elegant LED lighting
Aesthetically pleasing, decorative LED luminaire
– Fire-resistant polycarbonate luminaire body with opal diffuser
– Angled and banded trim options in a range of finishes
– Semi-recessing accessory available
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22 and EN 60598-1
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Order code
Voltage input
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Lamp
output
Operation
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
CLQ4L81
220-240V 50/60Hz
LED
26.5 / 24.7
237
CNM3
0 - 25
3.2
CLQ1L601
220-240V 50/60Hz
LED
20.2 / 18.9
2370
230V
0 - 40
2.8
CLQ28M
220-240V 50/60Hz
28W2D
25.8 / 25.0
250
M3
0 - 25
3.2
CLQ28PHF
220-240V 50/60Hz
28W2D
28.1 / 27.2
1800/ -
230V
0 - 40
2.2
Slave versions available with LTC
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
CLQ/SR
Semi-recessing kit
350
3
For Camarque spacing data, see page 134 - 136. For further information
on Naveo, IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire testing formats, see
pages 79 - 84.
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8
Cable entry via 20 mm hole on rear of unit.
Ceiling cutout 330 mm when semi-recessing.
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Elegant LED lighting
6
3
31
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Angled trim accessory
Order code
Trim colour
CLQ/GA
CLQ/SA
CLQ/WA
CLQ/BK A
CLQ/SR
Semi-recessing kit
Ceiling cutout 330 mm when semi-recessing
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Cordona
Elegant LED lighting
IP65 decorative LED luminaire
– LED light source/ optional fluorescent
– Designed for escape route and open area lighting
– Polycarbonate luminaire body with clear or translucent diffuser
– Hinged geartray for easy access
– Semi-recessing accessory available
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22 and EN 60598-1
Clear diffuser illustrated
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Luminaire
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Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
CPW4L814
220-240V 50/60Hz
LED
26.5 / 24.7
237
CNM3
0-25
CPW1L6014
220-240V 50/60Hz
LED
20.1 / 18.9
2370
230V
0-40
3.2
2.8
CPW28M
220-240V 50/60Hz
28W2D
25.8 / 25.0
250
M3
0-25
3.0
CPW28HF
220-240V 50/60Hz
28W2D
28.1 / 27.2
1800/ -
230V
0-40
2.8
4 = Translucent diffuser
Slave versions available with LTC
Codes shown: LED version with translucent diffuser, Fluorescent with clear diffuser
Dimensions
3 8
Accessories
Order code
Description
For Cordona spacing data, see page 134 - 136. For further information
on Naveo and IR2 emergency luminaire testing formats, see pages
79 - 83.
90
Ceiling cutout 346 mm when semi-recessing.
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Corniche
Classical & timeless
• Traditional style suitable for many environments
• BSI Kitemark approved
• Available in a variety of finishes to suit the application
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Corniche
Classical & timeless
Distinctive edge-lit exit sign
– Mains connector block seated in support pod
– Includes chain for maximum 0.5 m suspension
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Exit sign
9
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation/
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Weight (kg)
NB3LS*
220-240V 50/60Hz
LED
6.27 / 4.91
2.5
M3
NB1LS*HF
220-240V 50/60Hz
LED
2.36 / 1.92
230V
2.5
NB1LS*LTC
220-240V 50/60Hz
LED
2.36 / 1.92
230V
2.5
* = 1 - [White Trim], =4 - [Brass Trim], =5 [Stainless Steel Trim] [Ordering example, NB3LS1 reflects Corniche LED, M3 hours Duration, White Trim]
Legends
Single sided
Part no.
Double sided
Pictogram
Part no.
XEN2NT31
XEN36NT32
XEN3NT31
XEN22NT32
Pictogram
XEN6NT31
XEN5NT31
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
For accessory drawings, please contact Emergi-Lite. For further
information on Naveo, IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire
testing formats, see pages 79 - 84.
Dimensions
61
x 500
1 0
358
Cable entry via BESA in
support pod.
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Silver-Lite
Compact & modern
• Available in a variety of coloured finishes to suit the application
• Heavy duty steel enclosures to IP20
• Recessed designs for compact installation
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Silver-lite
Compact & modern
Recessed exit sign
– Available with stainless steel, brushed silver aluminium, white or mirror
finish brass trim plate
– Heavy duty steel enclosure with wing fixings for recessed application
with separate slotted metal trim plate to support legend
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Recessed unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
AR3LS
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz LED strip
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
6.27 / 4.91
M3
0 - 25
2.0
Fluorescent = NiCaD, LED = NiMH. Silver-Lite exit sign available with slim profile trim plate, to special order.
Slave versions available with LTC.
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Legends
Single sided
Part no.
Double sided
Pictogram
Part no.
XEN02A31
XEN03/6A32
XEN03A31
XEN02/2A32
Pictogram
XEN06A31
XEN05A31
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Trim plate
Dimensions
Order code
Description
AE01
White slotted trim plate
AE04
Brass slotted trim plate
AE05
Stainless steel slotted trim plate
AE06
Brushed aluminium slotted trim plate
13
363
169
3
5
9
3 0
1 0
For further information on Naveo, IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire
testing formats, see pages 79 - 84.
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Cable entry via 20 mm knockouts on rear and end of unit.
Ceiling cutout 325 mm x 140 mm.
Silver-lite
Compact & modern
Recessed luminaire
– Available with stainless steel, brushed silver aluminium, white or mirror
finish brass trim plate
– Heavy duty steel enclosure with wing fixings for recessed application
– Separate metal trim plate with light-optimised diffuser
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Recessed unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
AR2LS
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz LED strip
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Lamp output
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
2.81 / 1.5
NM3
0 - 25
1.8
137 lumens
AR3LS
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
137 lumens
M3
0 - 25
2.0
ARV23
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 8WT5
4.0 / 3.7
100 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
1.8
ARV33
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz 8WT5
13.9 / 10.8
100 lumens
M3
0 - 25
2.0
Fluorescent = NiCaD, LED = NiMH.
Slave versions available with LTC.
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Trim plate
Dimensions
Order code
Description
AR011
White trim
AR041
Brass trim
AR051
Stainless steel trim
AR061
Aluminium trim
169
361
For Silver-Lite spacing data, see page 134 - 136. For further information
on Naveo, IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire testing formats, see
pages 79 - 84.
5
Cable entry via 20 mm knockouts on rear and end of unit.
Ceiling cutout 325 mm x 140 mm.
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Serenga
In harmony with the interior
•
•
•
•
Manufactured from high grade polycarbonate
First-Fix with optional mounting accessories
High output LED luminaires
Lightweight design for ease of installation
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In harmony with the interior
LED escape route illumination, plastic frame, aluminium trim
Normal legend face
– 2 surface mount orientations
– 4 LED (2-downlighters) exit sign or 2 LED exit sign
– First-Fix with optional mounting accessories
– High output down-lighters for points of emphasis
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Control assembly
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
SER-M3-003
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, 50 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.8
CTSER-M3-003
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, CT version, 50 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.9
CTSER-M3V2-003
220 - 240 Vac, 60 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, CT version, 60 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.9
SER-M3V2-003
220 - 240 Vac, 60 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, 60 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.8
SER-230-003
85 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Serenga control module 230V mains
230V
0 - 40
0.8
SER-230LTC-003
85 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Serenga control module 230V, LTC version
230V
0 - 40
0.8
60 hrs charge at first commissioning, 24 hrs re-charge thereafter.
Smart-Frame
Order code
Lamp type
Power consumption
Power consumption
self contained (VA/WA) slave (VA/WA)
Weight (kg)
Description
SER-FE2D
2 x 1W LED
Serenga smart frame 2 LED - normal face
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
0.9
SER-FE4D
4 x 1W LED
Serenga smart frame 4 LED - normal face
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
0.9
SER-FE2DS
2 x 1W LED (Side Wired)
Serenga smart frame 2 LED - normal face/ flag format
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
0.9
SER-FE4DS
4 x 1W LED (Side Wired)
Serenga smart frame 4 LED - normal face/ flag format
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
0.9
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ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Legends
Part no.
Order code
Description
ISO 7010 legend format
SER-BZKIT
Recessing kit
SER-SNN10
SER-RKIT150
Tube suspension kit (0.15 m)
SER-SNN11
SER-RKIT300
Tube suspension kit (0.3 m)
SER-SNN12
SER-RKIT500
Tube suspension kit (0.5 m)
SER-SNN13
SER-RKIT1000
Tube suspension kit (1 m)
Safety signs
For further information on Naveo and IR2
emergency luminaire testing formats, see pages
79 - 83.
SER-SN802
SER-SN803
Pictogram
Ø18 (4x)
Dimensions
Accessories
57
35
256
218
293
69
274
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Serenga
In harmony with the interior
LED escape route illumination, plastic frame, aluminium trim
(C model = CURVED on both sides)
– 2 surface mount orientations
– 4 LED exit sign with downlighters or 2 LED exit sign
– First-Fix with optional mounting accessories
– High grade polycarbonate body with aluminium trim
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Control assembly
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
SER-M3-003
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, 50 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.8
CTSER-M3-003
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, CT version, 50 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.9
CTSER-M3V2-003
220 - 240 Vac, 60 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, CT version, 60 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.9
SER-M3V2-003
220 - 240 Vac, 60 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, 60 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.8
SER-230-003
85 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Serenga control module 230V mains
230V
0 - 40
0.8
SER-230LTC-003
85 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Serenga control module 230V, LTC version
230V
0 - 40
0.8
60 hrs charge at first commissioning, 24 hrs re-charge thereafter.
Smart-Frame
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Order code
Lamp type
Description
Power consumption
Power consumption
self contained (VA/WA) slave (VA/WA)
Weight (kg)
SER-FS2D
2 x 1W LED
Serenga smart frame 2 LED - curved face
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
SER-FS4D
4 x 1W LED
Serenga smart frame 4 LED - curved face
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
0.9
SER-FS2DS
2 x 1W LED (Side wired)
Serenga smart frame 2 LED - curved face/ flag format
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
0.9
SER-FS4DS
4 x 1W LED (Side wired)
Serenga smart frame 4 LED - curved face/ flag format
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
0.9
0.9
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Ø18
Legends
Dimensions
Accessories
x
5
35
56
Part no.
Order code
Description
ISO 7010 legend format
SER-BZKIT
Recessing kit
SER-SCN10
SER-RKIT150
Tube suspension kit (0.15 m)
SER-SCN11
SER-RKIT300
Tube suspension kit (0.3 m)
SER-SCN12
SER-RKIT500
Tube suspension kit (0.5 m)
SER-SCN13
SER-RKIT1000
Tube suspension kit (1 m)
Safety signs
For further information on Naveo and IR2 emergency
luminaire testing formats, see pages 79 - 83.
SER-SC802
Pictogram
SER-SC803
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93
69
3 0
Serenga
In harmony with the interior
LED escape route illumination, back to wall mount, plastic frame, aluminium trim
(FB model = CURVED on front face, back to wall)
– 2 surface mount orientations
– 4 LED exit sign with downlighters or 2 LED exit sign
– First-Fix mounting
– High output down-lighters for points of emphasis
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Control assembly
Order code
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
Input voltage
Description
SER-M3-003
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, 50 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.8
CTSER-M3-003
220 - 240 Vac, 50 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, CT version, 50 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.9
0.9
CTSER-M3V2-003
220 - 240 Vac, 60 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, CT version, 60 Hz
M3
5 - 25
SER-M3V2-003
220 - 240 Vac, 60 Hz
Serenga M3 control module & battery pack, 60 Hz
M3
5 - 25
0.8
SER-230-003
85 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Serenga control module 230V mains
230V
0 - 40
0.8
SER-230LTC-003
85 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Serenga control module 230V, LTC version
230V
0 - 40
0.8
60 hrs charge at first commissioning, 24 hrs re-charge thereafter.
Smart- Frame
Order code
Lamp type
Description
Power consumption
Power consumption
self contained (VA/WA) slave (VA/WA)
Weight (kg)
SER-FB2D
2 x 1W LED
Serenga smart frame 2 LED - wall mount/curved
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
0.9
SER-FB4D
4 x 1W LED
Serenga smart frame 4 LED - wall mount/curved
17.5 / 8.6
8.0 / 3.5
0.9
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ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Legends
Part no.
Dimensions
Pictogram
3 0
ISO 7010 legend format
SER-SCN10
5
35
SER-SCN11
Ø18
x
SER-SCN12
SER-SCN13
05
Safety signs
18
56
SER-SC802
SER-SC803
93
115
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Escape Line
Practical & durable
•
•
•
•
High performance LED modules
Slim, functional emergency luminaires
High grade polycarbonate enclosures
Light optimised diffusers
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J-LED
Practical & durable
Recessed LED light source
– Polycarbonate enclosure finished in white
– Versions for escape route (Suffix E) or open area (Suffix A) use
available
– Single point high performance LED
– Battery and control pack slot through a 39 mm ceiling cut-out
– Plug and socket supplied for mains connection
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22 and BS EN 60598-1
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Single point LED
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
LR2L1*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
1 x 1W LED
2.69 / 1.44
110 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
0.6
LR3L1*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
1 x 1W LED
6.54 / 5.2
110 lumens
M3
0 - 25
0.6
LR1L1*HF
110 - 230 Vac, 50/60 Hz
1 x 1W LED
2.36 / 1.92
110 lumens
230V
-
0.6
* = A - [Open area], E - [Escape route]
Slave 24 - 50V versions are available
Slave versions available with LTC
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Dimensions
Ø 38
3 5
1 6
Ceiling cutout 39 mm diameter.
For spacing data, please contact Emergi-Lite.
130
8
Ø3
80
0
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Surf-LED
Practical & durable
Surface mount LED light source
– Folded metal enclosure finished with white epoxy coat
– Versions for escape route (Suffix E) or open area (Suffix A) use
available
– Single point high performance LED for extended life
– Styled to be a slim, functional emergency luminaire
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Single point LED
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (Kg)
LS3L1*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
1 x 1W LED
2.69 / 1.44
NM3
0 - 25
0.7
110 lumens
LS2L1*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
1 x 1W LED
6.54 / 5.2
110 lumens
M3
0 - 25
0.7
LS1L1*HF
110 - 230 Vac, 50/60 Hz
1 x 1W LED
2.36 / 1.92
110 lumens
230V
-
0.7
* = A - [Open area], E - [Escape route]
Slave 24 - 50V versions are available
Slave versions available with LTC.
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Cable entry via rear BESA.
For spacing data, please contact Emergi-Lite.
Dimensions
118
16
35 5
10
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Day-Lite Ex-cel
Practical & durable
Surface mounted luminaire
– Sturdy, general use luminaire with screw-fix diffuser
– Light optimised diffuser
– LED version is suitable for fluorescent replacement requirements
– Designed and manufactured to BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
XW2LS11
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
1W LED strip
2.81 / 1.5
137 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
XW3LS11
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
1W LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
137 lumens
M3
0 - 25
1.1
1.3
XXW23111
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8W T5
4.0 / 3.7
170 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
1.2
XXW33111
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8W T5
13.9 / 10.8
170 lumens
M3
0 - 25
1.5
XW1LS11HF
110 - 240V AC/DC
LED strip
2.36 / 1.92
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.2
XW8LS11
24 - 50V AC/DC
LED strip
3.07 / 1.9
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.2
Slave versions available with LTC.
Legends
Part no.
Pictogram
RSEN2X
12
RSEN3X
RSEN6X
RSEN5X
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are
avaiable to order see pages 138 - 139 or contact Emergi-Lite.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
XTR
Semi-recessing bezel in white
See Silver-Scape (pages 60 - 61) for recessed version. For Day-Lite
Ex-cel spacing data, see pages 134 - 136. For further information on
IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire testing formats, see pages
82 - 84.
3 3
3
98
Cable entry via BESA on rear and 20 mm drill holes on rear and ends of
unit. Ceiling cutout 342 mm x 95 mm when semi-recessing.
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Silver-Scape
Practical & everyday
Recessed emergency luminaire
– Suitable for application in suspended ceilings
– Polycarbonate enclosure with wing fixings for recessed application
– Optically engineered diffuser
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Recessed unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
RB2LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
2.81 / 1.5
137 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
1.1
RB3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
137 lumens
M3
0 - 25
1.3
RB2311
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8WT5
4.0 / 3.7
100 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
1.1
RB3311
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8WT5
13.9 / 10.8
100 lumens
M3
0 - 25
1.3
RB1LS1HF
110 - 240V AC/DC
LED strip
2.36 / 1.92
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.2
RB8LS1
24 - 50V AC/DC
LED strip
3.07 / 1.9
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.2
Slave versions available with LTC.
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Diffuser panel
Order code
Description
RB00
Recessed diffuser panel
For Silver-Scape spacing data, see pages 134 - 136. For further
information on IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire testing formats,
see pages 82 - 84.
Dimensions
70
407
165
Cable entry via 20 mm knockouts on rear of unit.
Ceiling cutout 380 mm x 136 mm.
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Silver-Scape
Practical & everyday
Recessed emergency exit sign
– Suitable for application in suspended ceilings
– Polycarbonate enclosure with wing fixings for recessed application
– Diffuser panel with slot for exit sign legend
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Recessed unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
RB3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
137 lumens
M3
0 - 25
1.3
RB1LS1HF
110 - 240V AC/DC
LED strip
2.36 / 1.92
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.2
RB8LS1
24 - 50V AC/DC
LED strip
3.07 / 1.9
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.2
Legend to be ordered separately.
Slave versions available with LTC.
Legends
Single sided
Double sided
Part no.
Pictogram
Part no.
XEN2A31
XEN36A32
XEN3A31
XEN22A32
Pictogram
XEN6A31
12
XEN5A31
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Diffuser panel
Order code
Description
RE00
Recessed diffuser panel with sign panel slot
Dimensions
0
For further information on IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire testing
formats, see pages 82 - 84.
3
165
31
1
Cable entry via 20 mm knockouts on rear of unit.
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Navigator compact
Practical & everyday
Compact, folded metal emergency exit sign
– Downlight panel provides additional illumination at floor level
– Available in white, gold and stainless steel colours.
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22. BSI Kitemarked, ICEL1001 registration scheme
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Base unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
VE3LS*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
137 lumens
M3
0 - 25
2.2
VE1LS*HF
110 - 240V AC/DC
LED strip
2.36 / 1.92
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
2.1
VE8LS*
24 - 50V AC/DC
LED strip
3.07 / 1.9
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
2.1
Fluorescent = NiCaD, LED = NiMH.
* = 1 - [White], 5 - [Stainless steel], 7 - [Gold]
Slave versions available with LTC.
Legends
Part no.
Pictogram
XEN2V31
XEN3V31
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XEN6V31
XEN5V31
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are
available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
VEBACK
Rear trim plate for a flat back when required for ceiling mounting
1
For DVE drawing, please contact Emergi-Lite. For further information on IR2 and
Self-Test emergency luminaire testing formats, see pages 82 - 84.
385
185
Cable entry via 20 mm knockouts on rear of unit.
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Way-Fer
Compact & modern
Slim-profile, back-lit exit sign
– Manufactured from high grade polycarbonate
– Self-adhesive PVC legend creates back-lit sign
– Ingress rated to IP42 when back mounted
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz LED strip
2.81 / 1.5
137 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
1.7
PL3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
137 lumens
M3
0 - 25
1.9
PL1LS1HF
110 - 240V AC/DC
LED strip
2.36 / 1.92
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.8
PL8LS1
24 - 50V AC/DC
LED strip
3.07 / 1.9
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.8
Order code
Input voltage
PL2LS1
Lamp type
Naveo version available
Slave versions available with LTC.
Legends
Part no.
Pictogram
RSEN 2PL
RSEN 3PL
RSEN 6PL
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RSEN 5PL
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are
available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
PL/WG
Protective wire guard
PL/BCM
Ceiling bracket, top mount
x
x
Ø 1 x
100
90
For further information on Naveo, IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire
testing formats, see pages 79 - 84.
3
18
55
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Way-Fer
Compact & modern
Slim-profile, edge-lit exit sign
– Manufactured from high grade polycarbonate
– Screen printed legend creates edge-lit sign
– Ingress rated to IP54 when ceiling mounted
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Lamp
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
PL2LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
2.81 / 1.5
137 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
1.7
PL3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
137 lumens
M3
0 - 25
1.9
PL1LS1HF
110 - 240V AC/DC
LED strip
2.36 / 1.92
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.8
PL8LS1
24 - 50V AC/DC
LED strip
3.07 / 1.9
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.8
Naveo version available
Slave versions available with LTC.
Legends
Single sided
Part no.
12
Double sided
Pictogram
Part no.
XEN2PL
XEN36PLD
XEN3PL
XEN22PLD
Pictogram
XEN6PL
XEN5PL
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see pages 138 - 139.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
PL/BPM
Pendant bracket, back mount
44
Ø21 2
100
290
For further information on Naveo, IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire
testing formats, see pages 79 - 84.
34
184
55
Ø1 5 3
215
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Way-Fer
Compact & modern
Slim-profile luminaire
– Manufactured from high grade polycarbonate
– Light optimised diffuser
– Ingress rated to IP42 (back mount) or IP54 (ceiling mount)
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
PL2LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz LED strip
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Lamp
output
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
2.81 / 1.5
137 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
1.7
PL3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
137 lumens
M3
0 - 25
1.9
PL1LS1HF
110 - 240V AC/DC
LED strip
2.36 / 1.92
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.8
PL8LS1
24 - 50V AC/DC
LED strip
3.07 / 1.9
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
1.8
Naveo version available
Slave versions available with LTC.
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Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
PL/WG
Protective wire guard
PL/BPM
Pendant bracket, back mount
PL/BCM
Ceiling bracket, top mount
x
x
Ø 1 x
100
90
For Way-Fer spacing data, see page 134 - 136. For further information
on Naveo, IR2 and Self-Test emergency luminaire testing formats, see
pages 79 - 84.
3
18
55
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Weatherforce
Practical & durable
Practical, robust double sided exit sign
– High grade polycarbonate enclosure with fixed legends
– Semi-recessing accessory available
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
– Cast aluminum base versions also available (Prefix: DWA)
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Exit sign
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption
(VA/W)
Lamp
output
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
DV3LS1XE*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
137 lumens
M3
0 - 25
2.1
DV3311XE*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8WT5
13.9 / 10.8
100 lumens
M3
0 - 25
2.1
DB1LS1HEXE*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
2.36 / 1.92
137 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
2.0
DWA1311HFXE*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8WT5
2.36 / 1.92
184 lumens
Slave
0 - 30
2.0
Slave versions available with LTC.
See legends table where * is for viewing distances available
12
Legends
Part no.
Accessories
Dimensions
Order code
Description
36
BBZ
Semi-recessing bezel kit in white
22
For further information on Naveo, IR2 and Self-Test
emergency luminaire testing formats, see pages 79 - 84.
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Pictogram
399
1 0
9
355
166
Cable entry via BESA on rear and 20 mm drill holes on ends of
unit. Ceiling cutout 390 mm x 130 mm when semi-recessing.
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Weatherforce
Practical & durable
Surface mounted luminaire
– Simple, vandal resistant design
– Available with high grade polycarbonate (B) or cast aluminium
(WA) enclosure
– Opal diffuser as standard with clear polycarbonate diffuser option
available
– Converts easily to exit sign with addition of self-adhesive legend
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation/
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
B2LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
2.81 / 1.5
0 - 25
1.7
NM3
B3LS1
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
6.27 / 4.91
M3
0 - 25
2.1
B2311*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8WT5
4.0 / 3.7
NM3
0 - 25
1.7
B3311*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8WT5
13.9 / 10.8
M3
0 - 25
1.9
B4321*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8WT5
13.9 / 10.8
CNM3
0 - 25
2.0
2.1
WA2321*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
2 x 8WT5
4.0 / 3.7
NM3
0 - 25
B1LS1HF
110 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED strip
2.36 / 1.92
Slave
0 - 30
2.0
B1311*HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8WT5
2.36 / 1.92
Slave
0 - 30
1.9
*- Suffix 1 for clear prismatic diffuser.
Slave versions available with LTC.
Legends
Part no.
Options
Pictogram
RSEN2120
Order code
Description
Suffix 1
Clear prismatic diffuser
12
RSEN3120
RSEN6120
RSEN5120
RSEN120
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order
see pages 138 - 139.
Battery: Nimlt-LED, NiCAD
Accessories
Order code
Dimensions
Description
NB/BFM07
Cantilever wall bracket in gold
NB/BWM07
Back-to-wall bracket in gold
100
00
1 0
For Weatherforce spacing data, see page 134 - 136. For further information on Naveo,
IR2, see pages 79-84.
Cable entry via BESA on rear and 20 mm drill holes on ends of unit.
Ceiling cutout 390 mm x 130 mm when semi-recessing.
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Navigator/navigator performa
Practical & everyday
Large, highly visible exit sign
– Generous downlight panels provide additional illumination at floor level
(EE versions)
– EE versions available in white
– Navigator Performa unit available in black trim, with black and green
legend, for cinemas, auditoria etc
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Base unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Operation/
(VA/W)
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
EE3311
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
8W T5
13.9 / 10.8
M3
0 - 25
3.0
EE4323
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
2 x 8W T5
13.9 / 10.8
CNM3
0 - 25
3.2
Trim colour
Slave versions available with LTC.
Legends
Navigator
Part no.
Pictogram
XEN2E31
12
XEN3E31
XEN6E31
XEN5E31
ISO 7010 pictogram legends are shown. Euro format legends are available to order see
pages 138 - 139.
Dimensions
6
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For DE drawing, please contact Emergi-Lite. For further information on Naveo and IR2
emergency luminaire testing formats, see pages 79 - 83.
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Cable entry via 20 mm knockouts on rear of unit.
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Portable Work-Lite
Practical & versatile
Portable emergency luminaire
– High brightness, high power, focused beam LED light source
– Ideal for installers, maintenance or security personnel
– Durable polycarbonate body with clear polycarbonate diffuser
– Half power illumination (45 lumens for 3 hours) or full power (100
lumens for 1 hour)
– Carrying handle with variable ratchet positioning
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Lamp output
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
PWL113E
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
LED
100 / 45 lumens
NM1 / NM3
0 - 25
0.7
12
Dimensions
5
0
195
The slim-line Portable Work-Lite includes a wall mount and recessed
socket for mains connection, plus adjustable carry handle for directional
emergency lighting.
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Industrial & hazardous area
Resilient emergency lighting for unique applications
•
•
•
•
Robust ingress protection designs
Energy saving LED technology
Ideal for indoor or outdoor open areas
Designed to cope with the most demanding environments
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Range-Lite
Robust & high output
Twin beam emergency lighting (20w)
– Ideal for indoor use in smaller warehouses, factory spaces and
industrial open areas
– Can be mounted upright on a wall or stanchion
– 20 Watt tungsten halogen lamps with polycarbonate lenses
– Mild steel enclosure with white powder coat
– Optional battery retaining clamp, or time delay feature
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Twin beam unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
HV203
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
2 x 20W TH
22.0 / 17.5
NM3
2 x 300 lumens
0 - 25
7.8
Slave versions available with LTC.
Options
Order code
Description
Suffix TD
20W self-contained version only
Accessories
Order code
Description
HVBC
Battery retaining clamp
HLWG
Protective wire guard
For Range-Lite spacing data, please contact Emergi-Lite. For further information on
Naveo and IR2 emergency luminaire testing formats, see pages 79 - 83.
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Dimensions
Ø1 0
358
1
60
61 5
Cable entry via 20 mm knockouts on rear and sides of unit.
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Range-Lite
Robust & high output
Twin beam emergency lighting (55w)
– Ideal for indoor use in larger warehouses, factory spaces and
industrial open areas
– Can be mounted upright on a wall or stanchion
– 55 Watt tungsten halogen lamps
– Mild steel enclosure
– Single lamp option available
– Optional time delay feature to support slow start mains luminaires
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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Twin beam unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/A)
output
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
HL551*
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
2 x 55W TH
22.0 / 17.5
2 x 900 lumens
NM1
0 - 25
7.8
HL551PC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
2 x 55W TH
22.0 / 17.5
2 x 900 lumens
NM1
0 - 25
7.8
HL1553
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
1 x 55W TH
22.0 / 17.5
900 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
7.8
Slave versions available with LTC.
Options
Order code
Description
*Suffix TD
20W self-contained version only
Accessories
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Order code
Description
HLWG
Protective wire guard
For Range-Lite spacing data, please contact Emergi-Lite. For further
information on Naveo and IR2 emergency luminaire testing formats, see
pages 79 - 83.
0
Dimensions
1
135
90
1 0
00
3 3
Cable entry via 20 mm knockouts on rear and sides of unit.
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Range-Lite
Robust & high output
Twin beam emergency lighting
– Rated for external use with battery and electronics enclosure
sealed to IP65
– Remote mounting lamps with horizontal and vertical head adjustment
– Polycarbonate enclosure with screw locked front panel
– Meets the anti-glare requirement when projectors mounted at least
30° above the line of sight
– Optional time delay feature to support slow start mains luminaires
– Designed and manufactured to meet the requirements
of BS EN 60598.2.22
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22 / 17.5
Twin beam unit
Order code
Input voltage
Lamp type
Power consumption Lamp
(VA/W)
output
Operation/
duration (hrs)
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
HL203E3
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
2 x 20W TH
22 / 17.5
2 x 300 lumens
NM3
0 - 25
7.6
HL551E3
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
2 x 55W TH
22 / 17.5
2 x 900 lumens
NM1
0 - 25
7.6
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Options
4
Dimensions
Order code
Description
Suffix TD
20W self-contained version only
For Range-Lite spacing data, please contact Emergi-Lite. For further
information on Naveo and IR2 emergency luminaire testing formats, see
pages 79 - 83.
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5
1
130
90
80
80
101
Cable entry via 20 mm knockouts on rear and sides of unit.
141
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Tunnelway
Robust & energy efficient
High specification road tunnel safety luminaire
– Designed to cope with the most demanding environments tunnels, industrial complexes etc
– Self-contained or slave/mains versions are available
– Ideal where substantial directional sign viewing distances
are required
– Angulated style for improved passageway visibility
– Stainless steel body, opal polycarbonate diffuser
– Legend to suit user requirement
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Exit sign
Order code
Input voltage
Environment
temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
ETULNM3-005
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
0 - 25
7.2
Legends
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Alternate legends can be supplied to special order, including
‘Fire extinguisher’, ‘Hose reel’.
Part no.
Legends
SER-SC802
SER-SC803
For specific projects, legend information will differ dependent on location
and particular requirements. To specify this product please contact
Emergi-Lite technical sales department.
Dimensions
160
385
595
5
Cable entry via 25 mm glanded entry point on rear of unit.
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Hazard-Lite
Compact & explosion proof
Explosion proof luminaire
– IP66 to IEC 529 rated - explosion proof and waterproof
– Suitable for Zone 1 and Zone 2
– 2 x M20 - ISO (1 plugged) cable entry
– Corrosion resistant light alloy body and end cap with a
polycarbonate overtube
– 4 wire and earth terminals with loop facility (max. cable size 4 mm²)
– Certification Code: EEx d IIC T6; Certification
– Standard: EN 50014-018; Certifying Authority: SIRA, ATEX
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Luminaire
Order code
Input voltage
Description
Lamp
type
Lamp
output
Operation/
Environment
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
Weight (kg)
XPL3LS83
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz Explosion proof LED M3 IP67
LED set 150 lumens
M3
-20 to +50
4.7
XPL1LS83HF
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz Explosion proof LED 230V, 50HZ HF IP67
LED set 150 lumens
Slave
-20 to +50
4.7
XPL1LS83LTC
220 - 240 Vac, 50/60 Hz Explosion proof LED 230V, 50HZ LTC IP67 LED set 150 lumens
Slave
-20 to +50
4.7
60 hrs charge at first commissioning, 24 hrs re-charge thereafter.
Information summary for guidance only
For detailed information on hazardous area requirements
please consult the British Standard code, BS 5345.
Code of Practice
BS 5345, the UK Standard for hazardous area equipment,
installation and maintenance gives guidance relating to:
Zone Classification
– Zone 0: An explosive gas-air mixture exists continuously, or
for long periods.
– Zone 1: An explosive gas-air mixture is likely in normal
circumstances.
– Zone 2: An explosive gas-air mixture is not likely to occur in
normal operation and then only for a short time.
– The degree of protection suitable for the hazardous zone
– The gas groups of any gases or vapours
– The temperature classification of the gases or vapours
For further information on this product, or for discussion of hazardous area lighting
using the Hazard-Lite or DTS product range of explosion proof luminaires, contact
Emergi-Lite.
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Dimensions
8
Ø1 0
EEx d IIC T6 flameproof luminaire, to Gas Group IIC (hydrogen), capable of
withstanding a maximum temperature of 85°C
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HyLED
Powerful & reliable
Energy efficient, high output LED luminaire
– 360 degrees turnable lamp unit, steady in position
– High ceilings industrial environments
– Sealed IP65 loop in, loop out cabling system
– Mounting and assembly flexibility onto pillars, ceilings, etc.
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Luminaire
Order code Input voltage
Description
Lamp type
Power
consumption (W)
Lamp
output
Operation/
Environment Weight
duration (hrs) temp. (ºC)
(kg)
HY3L2
230 - 240v 50Hz
LED M 3 hour duration, surface LED matrix
<3.5w
1000 lumens M/NM
0 – 25
7.8
HY1L2HF
230 - 240v 50Hz
LED 230v 50Hz, surface
<3.5w
1000 lumens M/NM
0 – 30
7.8
LED matrix
60 hrs charge at first commissioning, 24 hrs re-charge thereafter.
Slave versions available with LTC
Accessories
Order code
Description
HY-MBK
Wall mounting/coupling bracket recessing kit
For Hy-LED spacing data, see page 134 - 136. For further information on
Naveo and IR2 emergency luminaire testing formats, see pages 79 - 83.
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Dimensions
143
326
108,8
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Emergency lighting
Inspection, maintenance & testing solutions
Naveo
Inspection and maintenance software
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24/7 control at your fingertips
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Customisable solutions
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IR2
Infra-Red emergency lighting testing system
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Testing solutions
Self-Test
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Emergency lighting
Inspection, maintenance & testing solutions
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•
•
•
Simplified testing regime
Customisable testing solutions
Pre-programmable emergency lighting testing
Cloud based electronic record keeping
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Naveo
Inspection and maintenance software
Addressable emergency lighting testing with cloudbased remote management
and monitoring. Naveo delivers the ultimate solution to managing emergency
lighting, by allowing you to control the entire emergency lighting installation,
inspection and maintenance process from any point, with system information
and reports available at any time.
Naveo combines pre-programmable emergency lighting
testing with cloud-based electronic record keeping and
system management, to dramatically reduce the expense
and burden that manual testing, maintenance and fault
checking brings.
– Comprehensive range of emergency lighting testing
solutions for all sizes of project
– Removing the disruption that manual luminaire testing
brings to the busy, modern business environment
– All testing solutions compliant to IEC 62034
Building on the success of Emergi-Lite’s Centrel
addressable testing system, Naveo places control firmly
at your fingertips, with immediate access available
anywhere via smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC. This
innovative approach enables end users to manage multisite emergency lighting systems wirelessly, with system
performance and maintenance records held ‘in the
cloud’.
– Automated pre-programmable test schedules provide the
status of the lamp, battery and PCB, and upload directly to
remote server
– Most of the inspection work can be completed onscreen
by simply ticking off emergency luminaire status as ‘OK’ or
‘Defective’ on your mobile device or PC
– Preventative alerts and fault updates are provided, with
spares requirements by PDF, for optimal forward planning
of maintenance
– At the push of a button you have an overview of potential
and current maintenance issues, allowing you to structure
the data you require
– After an inspection, the Naveo software can generate an
EN 50172-compliant PDF log for on-site record keeping
and inspection by the relevant authorities, as appropriate
– Naveo system is backwards compatible with CT (‘Centrel‘)
luminaires
– Naveo uses the protocol SNMP (Simple Network
Management Protocol), which can enable a link to a BMS
system for the DCP information
Furthermore, Naveo is responsive and promotes
increased building safety, by supplying maintenance
and fault updates via email or text to repair teams,
with parts listings by PDF, enabling forward planning of
maintenance and spares ordering with ease.
The benefits of Naveo are significant:
– Naveo offers a customisable solution for emergency
lighting testing
– Naveo makes your time and resources more productive by
saving valuable time spent every year on manual collection
and recording of emergency lighting data
– The internet based version of Naveo control software holds
all system testing and maintenance data securely within an
external server, for access by PC or similar smart device
– Naveo software updates are automatically applied, with
new luminaire parts and product information automatically
updated in the background
– All Naveo emergency lighting luminaires are individually
addressed, making fault assessment and location a
simple task
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Naveo
24/7 control at your fingertips
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2
3
4
5
Illustration showing the internet based version of Naveo
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–1 Bus communication cable
–3 Internet connection
–2 Data Collection Panel (DCP)
–4 Naveo external server with all DCP information
How does Naveo operate?
Each emergency lighting unit includes an individually
addressed testing module which conducts functional and
duration tests and communicates results to the DCP (2).
Each DCP is designed to collate test data from up to 500
emergency lighting units.
The DCP transfers all data to the Naveo secure external
server 4 via an encrypted internet connection 3.
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–5 PC, smartphone or tablet
All test results are collated and processed at the external
server, with maintenance requirements and faults logged
and transmitted to maintenance teams for action, either to
PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet 5.
Status information and test reports can be accessed securely
from anywhere and any device with internet connection,
making maintenance planning simple.
Naveo
Customisable solutions
Naveo offers a fully customisable solution to
managing emergency lighting:
The Naveo solution offers a convenient range of pricing
packages dependent on the size and scope of the installation,
1. Setup
–
–
Programming
Commissioning
enabling customers to tailor to their specific needs.
Additional upgrades can be added at any time to include new
emergency luminaires into the system, making the solution
highly scalable.
2. Operation management system
3. System expansion
–
Programming
–
Commissioning
Additional numbers of addressed
–
Inspection
luminaires can be added to the system
–
Status report
–
Preventative alerts
–
Visual inspection
–
Inspection log
–
Shopping list
–
Maintenance
–
Maintenance sheet
–
Certificate
When do you need to test?
Fire Safety Regulations require emergency lighting to be
tested in accordance with BS 5266-8 (EN 50172).
Simplified Testing Regime
– Daily check central power supply indicators for healthy
operation
– Monthly functional check
– Yearly duration check
– Always keep documented records
– Automatic test devices should meet IEC 62034
What needs to be checked & tested?
– Mains present and healthy
– Battery present
– Battery charging
– Inverter circuit in emergency operation
– Lamp functions and in circuit
– Duration
Effective testing with Naveo
Naveo’s comprehensive, technologically advanced approach
ensures testing to meet the requirements of BS 5266-8
(EN 50172):
– Naveo tests can be run either manually or automatically
– Unattended tests can be performed using the schedule program
– All automatic test schedules can be easily programmed for the
type of test required and for the time the test is to be performed
– For the internet based system, results of tests are stored
on the remote server for recall at a later date
– Each luminaire is programmed with an address which is
used for interrogation and fault diagnosis
provided the total is within the maximum
Site manager -
recommended per DCP
system access
(total fittings
covered)
Supporting Naveo installations
Naveo is fully supported through our project sales and
technical teams, including:
– Design of the emergency lighting system with Naveo
compatible emergency luminaires
– Practical advice on installation matters, such as power
and data cable structure, system set-up etc
– Full commissioning of the system, pre-operation, from
our highly experienced field service team
– Maintenance contracts, available as required to support
the installation, for added peace of mind
– Project after-sales support, with project files retained by
our service department so that preparation of additional
luminaires as required is a straightforward task
Technical literature & advice
Please contact a member of our sales team for full
details and advice on Naveo, including:
– Technical design guide, providing in-depth technical
information on the system
– System demonstrations, arranged at your own premises
or at our head office for an informed assessment of the
system and software capabilities
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Additionally, a separate brochure explaining the Naveo
solution in full is available on request.
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IR2
Infra-Red emergency lighting testing system
Advanced infra-red emergency lighting testing system IR2 is a safe, fast and easy
way to test emergency lighting, offering the user a simple walk test process to
interact with the emergency lighting system.
IR2 offers unprecedented flexibility including:
– Choice of automatic or manual testing
– Upload and download capability
– Simple Self-Test as standard
– Handheld interaction with luminaires so no need for ladders
or keyswitches
– Luminaire status information indicated by green/amber LED
– Choice of a simple ‘test-only’ transmitter (IR2-TX) or
intelligent bi-directional handset (IR2-TESTWARE™)
– Data management via PC
Testing can be done using the IR2-TX, ‘test-only’
transmitter, or the intelligent bi-directional handset (IR2TESTWARE™ package), which tests, interrogates and
reports. IR2-TESTWARE™ allows the user to view the
results on small screen, or, as desired to download them
to a PC to produce automated reports.
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Key benefits and features
– Easy to operate: users become familiar with the control
device in a very short amount of time - indicator
interpretation is straightforward
– Effective testing: luminaire status is clearly given.
– The user will be able to fault find and plan maintenance
efficiently
– No extra wiring: Eliminates the need for key switches
– Zero impact: the fabric of the building remains unaffected
(no additional wiring, no building works and no need for
redecoration)
– Promotion of safety awareness: users find the test method
interesting and interactive
– Cost and time savings: reduced installation effort with less
wiring and lower maintenance times allied with the ability to
plan maintenance schedules better
– Regulation compliance: BS and EN standards requirements
for testing emergency lighting luminaires are met by using
the IR2 system
– Compatibility with existing schemes: new product
developments are backwards compatible with the original
Flashpoint IR system
– Proven reliability: IR2 has been proven in the field for
many years. Recent hardware and software updates have
maintained technical advancements
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Optional Self-Test operation
– Self-Test is an option, which is pre-set in the factory
and can be programmed from the bi-directional
IR2-TESTWARE™ handset
– If a test is not performed in 12 months an automatic
duration Self-Test will take place. The ‘Self-Test’
interval can be programmed between 2 and 365 days
(factory pre-set to 12 months)
– Self-Test can be inhibited
– Internal timing in the luminaire is synchronised with the
mains frequency for accurate control
– LED indicators on the emergency luminaire identify
faults locally. A Self-Test status report can be
downloaded to the bi-directional handset
LED indication
Each luminaire has a transmitter/ receiver module fitted
with green and amber LED indicators. The LED lit colours
give the luminaire status.
Normal operation - OK
24 hour recharge needed
Mains failure mode
Fault: battery not charging
Battery not charging & in 24 hr charge period after mains
re-connection
Charging OK, but other fault present [emergency lamp or battery
capacity / voltage]
Luminaire in test
Flashing LED
Display and fault indications may vary.
IR2
Infra-Red emergency lighting testing system
IR2-TESTWARE™
Bi-directional handset, PCLINK software and USB interconnect cable.
– For testing, interrogating and reporting the condition of IR2 fitted luminaires
– OLED (organic LED) screen
– 4 button menu system with large control buttons
– Backwards compatible with Flashpoint IR (IR1) systems
– Optional password entry protection
– The unit gives instant status report of all emergency luminaires in detail
– Onboard memory with storage capacity for 2,000 records
– Download information into a spreadsheet format for automated record keeping and
assessment
– USB socket, USB interconnect cable provided for PC link
– Allows maintained to non-maintained switching
Order code
Description
IR2-TESTWARE™
Intelligent control package; hand-held luminaire interrogator/tester, PC-LINK software, USB cable and instructions
IR2-TX
Initiates test sequence (tests for a 3 hour duration and automatically resets back to the
normal condition).
– Status notified by green and yellow LED indicators on the luminaire
– Reset the luminaire to normal operation (to test for brief operation)
– Backwards compatible to Flashpoint IR (IR1) USB socket, USB interconnect cable provided
for PC link
– Allows maintained to non-maintained switching
Order code
Description
IR2-TX
IR2 test transmitter
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Testing solutions
Self test
Current regulations stipulate mandatory periodic testing of an emergency lighting
system to ensure the correct operation of the system in the event of a mains failure,
together with compilation of all corresponding documentation.
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and Fire
(Scotland) Act 2005 place responsibility for the testing of
emergency lighting systems firmly with the owner or occupier
of the building.
Manual testing and the compilation of records can prove
expensive, time-consuming, and disruptive to commercial
activities.
Test operation
Emergi-Lite Self-Test offers an easy and cost effective solution
for regular testing of emergency lighting, without requiring
programming or complex set-up procedures.
Serenga, Guide-Way, Horizon LED, Aqualux and Previx
self-contained models have self-test fitted as standard.
A self-test feature is available with other products including
Escapeline.
It provides continuous monitoring of the mains and battery
status, together with a regular testing regime designed to
meet mandatory requirements.
Key features of Self-Test
– Simple and dependable automatic testing
– Easy installation
– Tests the battery, charger and lamp
– Each luminaire works independently in the event of
an emergency
– Available in a variety of luminaire types
– Visual fault identification
– Runs tests in background mode
– Ability to stagger luminaire testing
Green LED indicates normal operation
Amber LED indicates a fault
Self-test indicator colours may vary
Automatic compliance to prescribed intervals
An Emergi-Lite Self-Test automatically runs a commissioning
routine when the mains is switched on initially. An onboard
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clock/calendar microprocessor ensures the appropriate tests
are carried out at the allocated time-period. Test functions
include continuous monitoring, monthly, annual and staggered
periodic testing plus a push-button test.
Product example - Serenga Escape
The illustration (right) highlights the intelligent Self-Test testing
facility built into the base of the smart-frame of all Serenga
Escape exit signs.
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EMEX central power supply solutions
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•
•
•
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Reliable central back up power
Available for AC/AC and AC/DC power supply systems
Exceptional overload performance
Entire modular build for quick and simple component replacement
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Emergi-Lite
Experts in central power supply systems
When choosing a partner for emergency lighting, you need a supplier capable of
delivering a solution whenever the need arises. Emergi-Lite focuses on supporting
our customers at all points of the emergency lighting life-cycle, whether planning,
installing, managing or renewing.
By choosing Emergi-Lite as your emergency lighting partner,
you’ll be placing your projects, your systems,and essentially
your people, in safe hands. As a leading life safety solutions
provider, we deliver state-of-the-art systems and products
into the emergency lighting marketplace.
1. Advice and information during the design phase
From project consultations at customer premises, to drafting
certified technical drawings, Emergi-Lite is ready to support
all your emergency lighting needs.
In the design phase, it is important for you to have all the
information. If desired, we can provide you with that in the
form of specific project advice, based on the most recent
regulations, standards and safety requirements.
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Design
Advise
Project
Order
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Installation
Supply
Install
Hand over
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Renovation
Recycle
Renovate
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Exploitation
Inspect
Maintain
Upgrade
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2. Speed and materials during the installation phase
The right products, delivered at the right time, to ensure your
installations run smoothly - on time and within budget.
Emergi-Lite offers you practical solutions to give you an
immediate advantage, which only makes everything so much
easier for you.
3. Support during the exploitation phase
The clear and precise after-sales support you would
expect from a leading emergency lighting supplier,
including servicing, maintenance and readily-available
replacement parts.
4. Altering and separating during the renovation phase
Keeping you up-to-date with the latest standards, industry
developments and new product innovations, making renewing
your emergency lighting a simple, straightforward process.
Introduction
What is a central power supply system?
A Central Power Supply system (CPS) is essentially a large set of batteries at a
single central location. In the event of a mains failure in the building, the batteries
are used to provide reliable power for emergency lighting purposes.
How does it work?
The CPS effectively stores energy in the battery set whilst the
mains supply is healthy, and draws upon this reserve when
required in times of mains failure. If the failure is limited to part
of the building (local), the CPS may provide power using its
incoming supply without discharging the battery.
Central Power Supply System (CPS):
This is essentially a large set of batteries at a single
central location.
Features:
– The CPS output will typically be 24V, 50V, 110V,
or 220/230/240/380/400V, according to type &
regional requirement.
– Output is usually AC/DC for the lower voltages,
and AC when mains voltage.
– The CPS will be sized according to the
load required.
– The battery will be rated to achieve a specified
duration, typically 1, 2, or 3 hours.
– A larger project may use one single large CPS,
or a number of smaller CPS units.
Mains failures are detected by sub-circuit monitoring relays
to ensure the automatic, fail-safe operation of the emergency
lighting. These are situated around the building where
required, or may be located within the CPS itself.
Power from the CPS is distributed to dedicated emergency
luminaires and exit signs, or converted slave 230V luminaires.
Standard, unmodified slave 230V luminaires can be used
on a mains-voltage CPS. Distribution cables need to be fire
protected, according to local regulations and/or
risk assessment.
Who decides?
The voltage of the CPS is influenced by the size and nature of
the project. The final decision may be taken by the consultant,
end user, or contractor.
Self-contained System
Central Power Supply System
Comparative cost
The duration or autonomy of the CPS is often dictated
by national Standards (eg BS 5266), or local
authority requirements.
What are its benefits?
A CPS system gives a higher light output per point when
compared to a self-contained installation, and therefore will
use fewer emergency lights per area.
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A CPS solution offers great savings in ongoing testing,
maintenance, and replacement battery costs when compared
to a self-contained emergency lighting installation.
Years
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Introduction
Which category fits your needs?
Central systems fall into two categories: AC/AC static inverter systems and AC/DC
power supply systems. Both types of central system operate on the same principle.
The luminaire is fed, via emergency sub-distribution, from the central system.
Two categories central systems:
- AC/AC static inverter systems
- AC/DC power supply systems.
Same principal:
The luminaire is fed, via emergency
sub-distribution, from a single supply
source (the central system).
Static Inverter Systems (AC/AC)
Static inverter systems operate in a similar manner to AC/DC
Central Power Supply Systems, with the exception that the
system constantly gives a 230V AC output. The advantages of
this approach are numerous. Firstly, luminaires do not need to
be converted, as any slave 230V luminaire can be used (there
are some restrictions to this on the grounds of suitability
for emergency lighting). Luminaires also operate at full light
output, as they are being fed from a full mains voltage
supply, meaning fewer luminaires are required for equivalent
light outputs.
Static inverter:
The term ‘static inverter’ is derived
from the lack of moving parts within
the equipment, as opposed to rotary
motor / generator converter designs.
Central Power Supply Systems (AC/DC)
Central Power Supply Systems provide low voltage AC power
(nominally 24V, 50V or 110V AC) whilst mains to the system
is healthy, and low voltage DC (of the same voltage) when
mains fails. The battery voltage selected will depend upon the
number of luminaires, the rating, their type and their distance
from the central system. Central Power Supply Systems
require each emergency luminaire to be converted for use on
the low voltage supply. The cost of this conversion may be
prohibitive on larger installations. Another important factor is
that converted luminaires only provide a small percentage of
their normal light output when running in emergency mode.
Figure 2. Static Inverter Systems (AC/AC)
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Advantages
– Suitable for medium to large installations
– Almost any luminaire may be used
– Easy to maintain
– 10 to 25 year design life batteries
– Distribution is standard 230V AC (standard DBs)
– Reduced volt-drop problems on output cabling
– Luminaires operate at full light output
– Ideal for modern LED lighting installations to
capitalise on energy reduction
Disadvantages
– Bigger systems are physically large and may require a
special battery room
– Smaller installations are ideal for EMEX mini installations
(See EMEX mini section for suitable solution)
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Figure 3. Central Power Supply Systems (AC/DC)
Advantages
– Reduced cost for smaller installations
– Small physical size
– Easy to maintain
– 5 to 25 year design life batteries
Disadvantages
– Not cost effective for large numbers of luminaires
– Cable restrictions to avoid volt-drop
– Luminaires must be converted for use on AC/DC
– Reduced light output in emergency mode
Introduction
Practical insights on self contained battery life
Principle types of emergency lighting system are ‘self-contained’ or ‘centrally fed’.
In a self-contained system, each emergency luminaire has an on-board battery and
charger unit. A Central Power Supply System operates on the principle that the
luminaires are fed, via sub-distribution, from a single supply source.
Self-contained System
Batteries/charger contained in individual luminaires
Advantages
– Simple installation
– No special cabling
– Economic for smaller installations with a limited total
number of luminaires
Disadvantages
– Limited light output
– Multi-point maintenance
– Battery replacement 3 – 5 years
– System design life 15 years maximum
Insights on battery replacement
A typical self-contained emergency power pack has an
operational design life of 10 – 15 years, and will require a
replacement battery every 3 – 5 years. The installation is
straightforward and, by definition, each luminaire is installed
and maintained independently of all others on the site.
Battery life 3-5 years:
The instance of battery failures may increase, resulting
in the possibility of further unplanned maintenance visits
to replace battery sets.
Battery life after 5 years:
It is recommended that battery condition is reviewed on a
regular basis. Typically following 5 years use, a full battery
replacement should be carried out.
Considerations
It can be considered that self-contained products will require
2 or more complete sets of replacement batteries during the
first 10 years of operation. Approaching 15 years, it is likely
that the luminaires within a self-contained system will need
to be changed. It should be noted, that a more rigorous and
beneficial planned maintenance schedule can be achieved,
utilising a suitable automatic or controlled test and monitoring
system, to check the luminaires and their batteries (‘Centrel’,
IR2, Naveo: available from Emergi-Lite).
Battery life 1-3 years:
In the first 3 years of life, few battery faults would be
expected, provided a test and maintenance schedule
(manual walk test at least) was in place.
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Introduction
Choosing the right system for emergency lighting
There are a variety of ways in which back-up power can be provided, however,
even though certain methods are suitable for critical applications, they may
not necessarily be suitable for emergency lighting.
General information on Uninterruptible Power Supply
(UPS) systems, for guidance:
Why is it different?
This is because an Emergency Lighting system has unique
load characteristics. Since emergency lighting is a critical lifesafety installation, it is vital that a central power supply system
selected to power emergency lighting is designed with these
load characteristics in mind.
EMEX Power central inverter systems are specifically
designed to provide emergency power for lighting systems in a
mains fail or evacuation situation.
In choosing the right AC system to support emergency
lighting it is important to consider the following questions:
• Cold load startup performance
BS EN 50171 requires that an inverter must be able to start
the full load without the mains supply present. How does the
system perform in a total power failure (ie is the system able to
start the load without the bypass supply being available)?
• Repeat duty
BS EN 50171 requires a Central Power Supply System to fully
recharge within 24 hours. Is the charger able to recharge the
batteries sufficiently quickly (80% in 12 hours or 100%
after 24 hours)?
• Energy consumption and heat dissipation
Is the inverter and charger permanently running, reducing the
battery life, generating heat and wasting energy?
Are cooling fans running continuously, generating noise and
reducing component life?
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• Maintenance
Is the system easy to service and maintain? Is the system
designed in a modular format, or would the failure of even a
minor component require the whole system to be shut down
and stripped for repair?
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• Recharge period
UPS systems which are designed primarily for computer backup generally offer short back-up times, and consequentially
employ small chargers. To provide the longer durations
specified for emergency lighting, a much larger capacity
battery is fitted. However, if the charger is not uprated then the
system will not be capable of recharging sufficiently quickly.
Hence the battery rating is sometimes increased even further
so that it is not fully discharged at the end of the rated duration
period (and is thus capable of “repeat duty” with limited further
recharge). This results in a much larger system that is actually
required for the load, increasing both the physical space
required and future battery replacement costs.
• Overload and short circuit performance
An emergency lighting load imposes large ‘in-rush’ currents
when starting lamps from cold. However, UPS systems are
often designed to shut down at only 125% overload and revert
to the incoming supply. During a total power failure situation,
this could result in total failure of the emergency lighting
system. Furthermore, a UPS may fail to clear a protective
device on a lighting circuit, meaning that a single short
circuit fault could result in loss of the entire emergency
lighting provision.
• Energy consumption and battery life
Most UPS systems operate in the ‘on-line’ mode, whereby
the inverter runs constantly to supply the load, and power is
taken from the battery with the charger running constantly.
This places an excessive ripple on the battery (in contravention
of the advice given by most battery manufacturers). Also, the
system is constantly generating heat which has a further
detrimental effect on battery life. There are energy cost
implications to run an on-line system, and deal with the
heat generated.
• Neutral isolation
Some UPS systems use the incoming neutral conductor as the
output neutral, with no isolation. Quite apart from that fact that
this does not comply with electricity supply regulations, should
the input neutral be lost in some way (for example if it were
broken due to a fire or other physical damage to the building)
then the output neutral would also be lost, resulting in the
failure of the entire emergency lighting provision.
Technical reference
Manufacturing & certification
The emergency lighting system and all of its components shall be manufactured
and certified to meet the requirements of BS EN 50171, ICEL 1009, and the
system should be CE marked.
Central inverter system
The system should offer the following standard features as
summarised below and further detailed in sections 3.0, 4.0,
5.0, 6.0 & 7.0:
– True AC/AC 50/60Hz output
– Ability to use standard proprietary AC distribution and
protection devices on outgoing circuits
– Rated for any load power factor, zero to unity, at any output
power up to the maximum rated kVA
– Compatibility with addressable test package using
EMEX technology
– Excellent overload capability in full emergency mode: 200%
for 10 seconds without reduction in output voltage
– Excellent recharge capability – 80% after 12 hours
following rated discharge
– MCB protection throughout – no fuses
– EMEX Power true modular construction with common
spares (inverter, charger, control PCB, and system interface
common across the full system range)
– Individual MCB protection for each module – AC and
DC circuits
– Individual cooling fans for all modules with on-demand
operation (not continuously running)
– Split parallel charger above 10 amps – enhanced integrity
with the ability to operate with one or more charger
modules isolated (subject to increased recharge time)
– Integral maintenance bypass facility (ability to
support output load in bypass mode whilst maintenance
is performed)
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Temperature compensated charger
Comprehensive display
Charger and inverter alarm pack
Momentary “push to test” button
Fire alarm interface
Final exit interlock
Internal and external MCB monitoring
Local/remote maintained circuit control
Sub-circuit monitor connection
Two sets of volt–free alarm relay contacts
Inverter-inhibit engineers’ switch
Remote Alarm Unit option
Easy front panel access
Inter-cabinet trunking for battery cables
Fork-lift plinth
Lifting eyes for crane lift as standard
Cabinet levelling feet available
Installation pack with tools included
Detailed instruction manual
Transfer time both directions max. 0.5 seconds
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Technical reference
EMEX technology
The system should use EMEX Technology to provide full addressable monitoring of
the complete emergency lighting system including the EMEX Power Central Power
Supply System(s).
The system must be capable of monitoring fluorescent,
cold cathode fluorescent, filament, LED, or halogen
luminaires.
Software
System should use EMEX Test software to schedule the
automatic regular testing of emergency lighting system
components. The system should automatically generate and
collate test reports. These reports should be automatically
date-stamped and should be available in a notepad format
such that engineer’s notes can be added.
CPS capacity
The system should support up to 64 Central Power Supply
Systems (CPS). Each CPS must be able to communicate with
up to 4,000 luminaires.
Communication
The system must use data cable to link the control computer
to the CPS unit(s), and from each CPS to the associated
luminaire interfaces only. Data cables will NOT be fitted direct
to any luminaires. Up to 100 substations may be fed from the
internal transmitter within the CPS.
MXD4 substation
The system must offer remote MXD4 substations having 4
separate outputs, each capable of monitoring up to 4 no.
fluorescent, filament, LED, or halogen luminaires completely
without modification to the luminaire. The systems should be
capable of monitoring a lamp wattage of up to 230 watts. The
substation should provide minimum 8 no. monitoring inputs,
free programmable switched or unswitched with mixed
mode of operation (maintained, non-maintained,
switched maintained).
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MXC substation
The system must offer remote MXC substations each having 2
outputs, which are capable of monitoring up to 40 no.
luminaires / 10 amps in total. The substation should provide
minimum 8 no. monitoring inputs, free programmable
switched or unswitched. Luminaires must share the same
supply cable with mixed mode of operation (maintained,
non-maintained, switched maintained).
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LTC luminaire module
Luminaires for use with MXC each require a local LTC module.
Each LTC must provide 1 no. switched and 1 no. unswitched
local monitoring input to act directly on the luminaire in
addition to any communication received from the substation.
A full range of exit signs, bulkhead luminaires, decorative
luminaires, and twinspot units must be available ready fitted
with LTC modules. LTC modules must also be available loose
and in remote enclosures for the adaptation of standard slave
230V luminaires to the MXC system.
Each LTC must be capable of switching up to 230 watts.
The LTC module must retain the existing mains ballast in
the luminaire.
Flexibility
The system must permit both MXD4 and MXC solutions on
the same system, controlled from a single PC.
Cable specification
Cable must be 2 core with additional earth or drain wire and
must be a composite screened cable. The conductor cross
section must be a minimum of 1mm2 and must be rated for
230V AC. General data cables do not meet this requirement.
These requirements can be met by using FP200 or similar
fireproof cable or LSFOH type cable.
Technical reference
Static inverter specification
Static inverter specification
LED indications
Metering
Mains healthy
Green
Maintained circuit on
Green
Battery high volts
Amber
Battery low volts
Amber
Supply from battery
Red
DC metering
Combined digital battery voltage and charge/
discharge current
AC metering
Combined digital AC output Voltage and current
Charge fail
Red
Controls
System fault
Red
Final exit interlock
Common alarm
Red
Sub-circuit monitor
24V control loop
Battery discharged
Red
Maintained circuit control
24V control loop
System inhibited
Red
Fire Alarm Control
12/24V DC from fire panel
Remote MCB monitoring
24V control loop
Changeover device
Four pole contactor to BS 5424 and EN 60947
Requires volt-free contact
Inverter modules
Nominal output
220V – 240V 50/60Hz AC
Rating
1.5kVA or 3kVA rating with Master or Slave
Mechanical
configuration
Input / Output Terminals
120% continuous with full output
Control Terminals 2.5mm
Overload
10mm/50mm dependant on rating
125% for 20 minutes with full output
150% for 1 minute with full output
200% for 10 seconds with full output
Short Circuit
350% for 5 seconds
Cooling
Integral fan (on-demand operation)
Protection
AC 2 pole type D
Module Dimensions
360mm x 170mm x 575mm
Handling
Recessed handles front and rear
Weight
50kg
DC 2 pole type B
Charger modules
Constant voltage current limited with temperature compensation.
Voltage control to ±1% with full mains supply variations.
Rating
10 amp minimum
Cooling
Integral fan (on-demand operation)
Protection
AC 2 pole type D
Module dimensions
360mm x 170mm x 575mm
Handling
Recessed handles front and rear
Weight
50kg
DC 2 pole type B
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Technical reference
Static inverter specification
Battery
Battery should be comprised of one or more strings of no
more than 120V nominal voltage.
Inverter and battery cabinets
Nominal output
220V – 240V 50/60Hz AC
Construction
Modular without welds; battery cubicles can be
flat-packed for ease of access to site
The batteries shall be maintenance free sealed lead acid,
gas recombination type with a minimum design life of 10
years. They shall have extremely low gas generation, low
self-discharge and have sealed pressure release vents. Other
battery technologies to be available upon special request.
Ingress protection
IP21
Colour
RAL 5015 gloss (Medium Blue)
Lifting & handling
M12 lifting eyes and 110mm plinth
Levelling
Levelling feet available
Access
Single door with 8mm square block key
Other RAL colour finishes available to special order
The batteries shall be sized to power the complete system for
the rated duration following mains failure at 100% light output
of all emergency lamps.
Front access only required - opening angle 180°
Key lockable doors on request
Removable top gland plate
Ventilation
Environmental conditions
Ambient temperature of the installation (switch room) should
be in the range 15 – 25°C. Air conditioning is required where
normal ambient will exceed 25°C. This is to achieve optimum
battery life expectations.
NOTE: Batteries must not be subject to prolonged extreme
temperatures prior to installation and must be stored in a
suitable environment.
Indoor equipment categorized
Ambient Temperature (Nominal)
5°C – 35°C
Extreme Temperature
0 – 40°C
Humidity (non-condensing)
40 – 85%
Noise Level at 1 metre
55 dBA
Altitude without extra ventilation
2,500 metres
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Ventilation in rear and front only – cubicles
can be mounted adjacent to each other (no side
ventilation)
Dimensions
1800mm x 750mm x 725mm(Dimensions are
inclusive of 75mm ventilation back-stop)
Transient overvoltage protection
To protect against damage caused by transient overvoltages,
factory fitted Furse ESP transient overvoltage protectors
should be available as an option.
EMEX Mini
Space saving & high performance central power supply system
– Individual MCB protection for AC and DC circuits
– Cooling with on-demand operation
(not continuously running)
– Integral maintenance bypass facility (ability to support
output load in bypass mode whilst maintenance
is performed)
– Maintained output as standard (switchable to
non- maintained)
– IP21 rate cabinet as standard
– Easy front panel access
– Simple installation
– Dimensions: H:1210 mm x D: 240 mm x W: 610 mm
BS EN 50171
KM542294
1210mm
Features and benefits
– True AC/AC 50Hz output
– 1.5kVA rating with 525W for 3 hours, 700W for 2 hours
and 1200W for 1 hour
– Ability to use standard proprietary AC distribution and
protection devices on outgoing circuits
– Compatibility with addressable test package using
EMEX technology
– Excellent overload capability in full emergency mode
– Excellent recharge capability: 80% after 12-14 hours
following rated discharge
– MCB protection throughout – no fuses
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Specification
Emex mini specification
Part no.
ELD8000.015
Description
Static Inverter EMEX Mini 1.5kVA
1-3H SPN
Mains supply
Voltage
230V to UK standards
Frequency
50/60Hz
Phase
1 phase
Current
10A Max
Output (mains healthy)
Voltage
230V (as supply)
Power
1500VA
Phase
1
Inverter output
Voltage
230V
Frequency
50/60Hz
Duration
1, 2 or 3 hour(s)
THD
< 5%
Waveform
Sinusoidal
Power factor range
0.9 lead to 0.7 lag
Phase
1
Inverter nominal rating
VA
1,500 VA
Wattage
1200W 1 hour
Wattage
700W 2 hours
Wattage
525W 3 hours
Battery
Ampere hour
24 Ah
Type
Valve regulated lead acid (VRLA)
Physical dimensions
Input terminals
2.5mm
Output terminals
2.5mm
Auxiliary terminals
2.5mm
Cabinet
610mm wide x 240mm deep x1210mm tall
Weight (Including battery)
166kg
Top entry gland plate
LED indications
Mains healthy
Supply from battery (mains failure or fault)
Meters
Non fitted as standard - Optional extra on request
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EMEX Power
Modular AC/AC central power supply system
The EMEX Power inverter and charger modules utilise solid state electronics of the
highest reliability to provide a rugged, easy to maintain system with exceptional
performance for emergency lighting use.
System performance
EMEX Power has been designed to operate solely as an
emergency lighting power supply, and as such is equipped
with the following features:
– An overload performance of 120% continuous, 125% for
20 minutes with full output, 150% for 1 minute and 200%
for 10 seconds without reduction in output voltage
– Short-circuit currents of 350% for 5 seconds
– The ability to strike the full load on mains failure without
using a bypass supply
– Four pole contactor complying with EN 60947-4-1
(BS 5424)
– Available in single phase input/output, true three phase
input – three phase output (4 wire)
System design
The system has been designed solely for emergency lighting,
and not modified from other less essential power supply
requirements. As such, the system has exceptional overload
performance without the need to over-specify the rating of
the inverter to ensure faults can be cleared.
BS EN 50171
KM542294
Each module has input and output protection and each
module measures and limits its own current, making it a
self-contained unit.
Alarms and status indicators are provided on the front panel
display, which provides clear and concise information.
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EMEX Power
Modular AC/AC central power supply system
Quality assurance
Designed and manufactured in the UK, EMEX Power
combines cutting edge design to quality components and
assured build quality. This results in products providing
both high performance and reliability. Constant product
development by dedicated in-house engineers ensures
Emergi-Lite Central Power Supply Systems will always
meet even the most stringent demands.
The cabinet
The cabinet has been engineered to allow the housing of
the inverter and charger modules, battery or a combination
of both. All connections are in the top control section of
the cabinet. A top entry gland plate is provided for ease of
installation, as is inter-cabinet steel trunking to allow safe
connection of battery cables between control and
battery cabinets.
All cabinets have an integral lifting frame and are supplied with
lifting eye bolts fitted to allow crane lifting. Cabinets also have
an integrated plinth for fork-lift or pallet truck.
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Entry to equipment is via the front door only, allowing the
cabinet to be located directly against wall at sides and rear
ie can be located in corner of room. Cubicle spacers are
provided to prevent equipment located direct to wall with
no ventilation space (75mm required at rear).
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System modules
EMEX Power utilises standard modules to give reliable
operation, reduces the need to carry extensive and costly
spares and gives a ‘low mean’ time to repair.
Both the inverter and the charger utilise this modular
approach, allowing a much higher power density than similar
non-modular systems. The number of modules fitted, together
with the appropriate sized battery, determines the rating of
the system.
All modules connect to a common control bus via IDC
connectors. Main connections to modules are via five front
panel terminals giving quick and easy access to terminations,
allowing a module to be changed in a matter of minutes.
Each module has two recessed handles to aid lifting.
No side or rear access is required.
EMEX Power
System benefits
Benefits for the installer
– EMEX Power installation is easy and trouble free.
– All tools required to install and maintain the system are
included (insulated battery spanner, Allen key, etc)
– All cables are provided
– Inter-cabinet trunking connects adjacent cabinets allowing
battery cables to safely pass between battery and control
cabinets without the need for an external cable tray. All
cabinets are pre-drilled and rubber grommets are fitted for
battery cables
– The battery voltage does not exceed 120V DC.
– Larger systems utilise banks of batteries in parallel, each
with its own circuit breaker in the control cabinet. There is
no high DC voltage (some inverter systems utilise battery
voltages up to 600V DC)
– A large top entry gland plate provides enough room for all
connection needs
– Cabinet levelling feet available to cope with uneven
floors (optional)
– A comprehensive instruction manual is included showing
all battery connections, full electrical schematic and
commissioning instructions
– All cabinets are supplied with lifting eyes and have been
certified for crane lifting, even when full. Alternatively, a
110mm plinth is fitted to all cabinets to allow
fork-lift access
– No side ventilation is required. Cabinets can be positioned
directly adjacent to walls and other cabinets. This reduces
floor space requirements in the plant room
– Equipment is supplied ‘Ready to install’. Simply connect
the mains supply, battery and output circuits
Benefits for the end-user
– Emergi-Lite is the manufacturer of the system, providing a
single source of technical support, spares, service
and repair
– All equipment is designed and manufactured at our Leeds
facility in the UK
– EMEX Power operates in a low power mode; the load is
supplied via the incoming mains supply,with the inverter on
standby for immediate start. This can provide substantial
cost savings for the customer, as the inverter is not running
continuously, generating waste heat that has an effect on
battery life. Cooling fans only operate when on load and
are high reliability types
– Minimal servicing is required on the inverter system,
reducing maintenance costs. Greater savings on
maintenance can be made if the inverter system is
integrated with an automatic testing system
– EMEX Power is built around five major components; master
inverter module, slave inverter module, charger module,
changeover contactor and display unit. Regardless of the
number of systems on a site, spares holding will be similar
for all systems. This greatly reduces spares cost
– Owing to the modular nature of the entire system, any
component can be replaced in approximately 15 minutes,
reducing down time should a fault occur
– ‘Distributed System’ modular concept – It could be
possible that all the emergency lighting is lost owing to a
single Central Power Supply System failure.
– The EMEX Power modular format, however, allows the user
to design different sizes of system into the scheme, thus
overcoming the potential risk. This ‘distributed’ concept,
where several smaller units (5kVA for example) replace
a larger single 20kVA unit, is a worthy and practicable
consideration where circumstances suit-where higher
integrity is required.
– No fuses are used in the system. All fault devices are
miniature circuit breakers. This gives easy correction
of overload tripping without the need to search for
replacement fuses. An alarm is raised if ANY circuit breaker
trips. This scheme can be extended to remote distribution
boards if required
– Equipment is designed solely for emergency lighting, and is
not modified as a secondary consideration. This gives the
customer peace of mind that the equipment is suitable for
this important task
– On request special systems can be supplied part populated
for expansion later, reducing initial capital cost
– Remote output MCB distribution panels are recommend.
MCB Distribution panels are designed and manufactured
to different product standards, enhancing a safer higher
quality system solution. Integral out going distribution
infringes the BSI Kitemark certification.
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EMEX Power
System overview
EMEX Power offers a host of standard features and benefits, as listed below.
Note that some items will be optional, extra cost items on other systems, or
may not be available at all if the system is not designed specifically and solely
for emergency lighting use.
Standard features: EMEX Power system overview
For further detail, please refer to the ‘EMEX Power detailed
specification‘.
Performance
– True AC/AC 50/60 Hz output
– Ability to use remote standard proprietary AC distribution
and protection devices on outgoing circuits
– Rated for any load power factor, zero to unity, at any output
power up to the maximum rated kVA
– Compatibility with addressable test package using
EMEX technology
– Excellent Overload Capability in full emergency mode:
200% for 10 seconds without reduction in output voltage
– Excellent recharge capability: 80% after 12 hours following
rated discharge
– MCB protection throughout – no fuses
– EMEX Power true modular construction with common
spares (inverter, charger, control PCB, and system interface
common across the full system range)
– Individual MCB protection for each module - AC and
DC circuits
– Individual cooling fans for each module with on-demand
operation (not continuously running)
– Split parallel charger above 10 amps – enhanced integrity
with the ability to operate with one or more charger
modules isolated (subject to increased recharge time)
– Integral maintenance bypass facility (ability to support
output load in bypass mode whilst maintenance
is performed)
– Temperature compensated charger
– Maintained output as standard (switchable to
non-maintained)
Alarms and instrumentation
– Comprehensive display
– Charger and inverter alarm pack
– Momentary “push to test” button
– Fire alarm interface
– Final exit interlock
– Internal and external MCB monitoring
– Local/remote maintained circuit control
– Sub-circuit monitor connection
– Two sets of volt-free alarm relay contacts
– Inverter-inhibit engineers’ switch
– Remote Alarm Unit option
Mechanical
– IP21 rated cabinet as standard
– Easy front panel access
– Inter-cabinet trunking for battery cables
– Fork-lift plinth
– Lifting eyes for crane lift as standard
– Installation pack with all tools required
– Detailed instruction manual
Batteries
Standard systems are supplied with Valve Regulated Lead
Acid (VRLA) batteries, also known as ‘Sealed Lead Acid’.
These batteries are sealed for their design life of 10 years.
Lead Acid Planté and Nickel Cadmium batteries are available
upon request, however, these batteries require a much larger
physical area, and emit potentially explosive gases, meaning
the battery room must be adequately ventilated.
These reasons, along with the additional capital cost,
generally outweigh the additional life obtained, as
demonstrated below.
1800 mm
15
750 mm
100
650 mm
75 mm
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Battery
Initial cost
Design life
Maintenance
VRLA
££
YY
££
Ni-CAD
£££££
YYYYY
£££££
Planté
££££
YYY
££££
EMEX Power
System selection
Design of centrally-powered emergency lighting systems is a complex process.
For each system, it is imperative that sufficient battery power is made available to
operate all emergency luminaires in the event of a mains failure.
Choosing the right system
Selecting a sufficiently powerful system at the outset is key to
avoiding increased costs or revised installation requirements
at a later point in the project.
Emergi-Lite’s Central Power Supply Department has
substantial experience of designing Central Power Supply
Systems and of providing technical advice on all aspects of
centrally-powered emergency lighting schemes. Our team
of engineers provides comprehensive support to parties
involved in scheme design and is available to assess your
specific requirements and prepare a relevant quotation
as required.
To discuss your requirements in detail please contact our
Central Power Supply Department on +44 (0)113 281 0600.
To assist our engineers, consideration should be given to the
following to help specify the level of CPS required.
Luminaire specification
To determine the size of CPS required, our engineers
will need the following information about the luminaires
intended for the emergency lighting scheme:
– Luminaire type & manufacturer (including luminaire part
numbers if available)
– Quantity of luminaires in the scheme (per type)
– Specifically luminaire circuit wattage, VA consumption
and inrush characteristics
– Luminaire power consumption for each luminaire type.
Note: particular attention should be given to low wattage
luminaires not operating to unity power factor
Central power unit specification
Emergi-Lite EMEX Central Power Supply Systems are dual
rated to allow selection of an appropriate system to either
commercial or ICEL ratings. The ICEL rating would be the
recommended usable rating to allow all aging, continuous
overload and derating factors in line with EN 50171.
ICEL rated systems are de-rated by 20% from their
commercial equivalent system.
Second consideration is to determine the size of central
power unit required. From the luminaire data supplied,
Emergi-Lite’s CPS department can advise the most
appropriate size of CPS unit from our standard range of static
inverters displayed on page 102. Note, higher rated systems
require multiple cabinets to be installed and therefore
consideration should be given to the space these cabinets will
require. Calculation of space requirements is straightforward
as Emergi-Lite only supply one standard size of cabinet –
as shown below.
Finally, consider the additional components required.
Emergi-Lite offers two types of standard unit, EMEX Power
or EMEX TS, plus a range of EMEX Test components on
pages 113-126 for enhanced management and monitoring
of the CPS.
EMEX Power range of static inverter systems
EMEX Power has been the standard-bearer for centrallypowered emergency lighting systems for many years and
continues to offer significant benefits to those considering
a Central Power Supply System.
EMEX Power offers true modular construction for easy
maintenance and hassle-free replacement of parts, enhanced
protection with MCB’s throughout (no fuses) and excellent
overload and recharge capabilities following a mains failure.
Fully compatible with EMEX Test software and components,
EMEX Power offers a comprehensive solution to providing
emergency power to large and complex installations.
Full details of our standard range of EMEX Power units is
provided in the tables on the following pages.
EMEX TS range of static inverter systems
EMEX TS offers all the benefits of the EMEX Power range of
static inverters with the added benefit of an on-board EMEX
Test monitoring capability.
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EMEX TS is supplied complete with MXKP addressable
interfaces, panel mount touch screen monitor (pre-loaded
with EMEX Test software).
To select an EMEX TS product, simply add suffix /TS to the
standard product order codes (part numbers) on pages
102-104.
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EMEX Power
Order codes
Suffix
/60
/U
/N
/TS
/XB
Note:
/NL
/M
Description
60 Hz system - USA batteries only
USA origin batteries
Nicad cells
Touch screen
Excluding batteries
XB code will generally be used to split order to
delay battery delivery and will not show on
documentation or product in this instance.
When used to supply system without battery the
code will need to show on documentation.
Dutch version
Mexico origin batteries
Part Code Key:
ELD A B C D . E F G
A
B (C)
C (D)
EFG
= Power factor - 9 for 0.85PF or 8 for 1.0 Unity PF
= Duration: 1 for 1hr, 15 for 1.5 hr, 2 for 2 hr and
3 for 3hr
= Phase - 1 for Single and 3 for 3 Phase
= kVA (multiplied by 0.1)
Example:
ELD9110.015 = 0.85PF, 1 hr, 1 Phase @ 1.5 kVA
ELD9151.015 = 0.85PF, 1.5 hr, 1 Phase @ 1.5 kVA
Example:
ELD9110.015/N/TS
ELD9110.015/60/TS
ELD9110.015/NL/XB
ELD9110.015/NL/XB
0.85 PF designed systems
EMEX Power - Single phase 220-240 V 50/60 Hz
Commercial rating
ICEL rating
1 hour duration
1.5 hour duration
2 hour duration
3 hour duration
VA
Watts
VA
Watts
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
partno.
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
part no.
1500
1275
1250
1063
ELD9110.015
ELD9151.015
ELD9210.015
ELD9310.015
3000
2550
2500
2125
ELD9110.030
ELD9151.030
ELD9210.030
ELD9310.030
4500
3825
3750
3188
ELD9110.045
ELD9151.045
ELD9210.045
ELD9310.045
6000
5100
5000
4250
ELD9110.060
ELD9151.060
ELD9210.060
ELD9310.060
7500
6375
6250
5313
ELD9110.075
ELD9151.075
ELD9210.075
ELD9310.075
9000
7650
7500
6375
ELD9110.090
ELD9151.090
ELD9210.090
ELD9310.090
10500
8925
8750
7438
ELD9110.105
ELD9151.105
ELD9210.105
ELD9310.105
12000
10200
10000
8500
ELD9110.120
ELD9151.120
ELD9210.120
ELD9310.120
13500
11475
11250
9563
ELD9110.135
ELD9151.135
ELD9210.135
ELD9310.135
15000
12750
12500
10625
ELD9110.150
ELD9151.150
ELD9210.150
ELD9310.150
16500
14025
13750
11688
ELD9110.165
ELD9151.165
ELD9210.165
ELD9310.165
18000
15300
15000
12750
ELD9110.180
ELD9151.180
ELD9210.180
ELD9310.180
19500
16575
16250
13813
ELD9110.195
ELD9151.195
ELD9210.195
ELD9310.195
21000
17850
17500
14875
ELD9110.210
ELD9151.210
ELD9210.210
ELD9310.210
22500
19125
18750
15938
ELD9110.225
ELD9151.225
ELD9210.225
ELD9310.225
24000
20400
20000
17000
ELD9110.240
ELD9151.240
ELD9210.240
ELD9310.240
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EMEX Power
Order codes
EMEX Power - Three phase 220-240 V 50/60 Hz
Commercial rating
ICEL rating
1 hour duration
1.5 hour duration
2 hour duration
3 hour duration
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
part no.
VA
Watts
VA
Watts
4500
3825
3750
3188
ELD9130.045
ELD9153.045
ELD9230.045
ELD9330.045
9000
7650
7500
6375
ELD9130.090
ELD9153.090
ELD9230.090
ELD9330.090
13500
11475
11250
9563
ELD9130.135
ELD9153.135
ELD9230.135
ELD9330.135
18000
15300
15000
12750
ELD9130.180
ELD9153.180
ELD9230.180
ELD9330.180
22500
19125
18750
15938
ELD9130.225
ELD9153.225
ELD9230.225
ELD9330.225
27000
22950
22500
19125
ELD9130.270
ELD9153.270
ELD9230.270
ELD9330.270
31500
26775
26250
22313
ELD9130.315
ELD9153.315
ELD9230.315
ELD9330.315
36000
30600
30000
25500
ELD9130.360
ELD9153.360
ELD9230.360
ELD9330.360
40500
34425
33750
28688
ELD9130.405
ELD9153.405
ELD9230.405
ELD9330.405
45000
38250
37500
31875
ELD9130.450
ELD9153.450
ELD9230.450
ELD9330.450
49500
42075
41250
35063
ELD9130.495
ELD9153.495
ELD9230.495
ELD9330.495
54000
45900
45000
38250
ELD9130.540
ELD9153.540
ELD9230.540
ELD9330.540
58500
49725
48750
41438
ELD9130.585
ELD9153.585
ELD9230.585
ELD9330.585
63000
53550
52500
44625
ELD9130.630
ELD9153.630
ELD9230.630
ELD9330.630
67500
57375
56250
47813
ELD9130.675
ELD9153.675
ELD9230.675
ELD9330.675
72000
61200
60000
51000
ELD9130.720
ELD9153.720
ELD9230.720
ELD9330.720
76500
65025
63750
54188
ELD9130.765
ELD9153.765
ELD9230.765
ELD9330.765
81000
68850
67500
57375
ELD9130.810
ELD9153.810
ELD9230.810
ELD9330.810
EMEX Mini - Single phase 220-240 V 50/60 Hz
Commercial rating
ICEL rating
1 hour duration
2 hour duration
3 hour duration
EMEX Mini part no.
1500VA
1250VA
1200W
725W
525W
ELD8000.015
Note: EMEX Mini is a standard rated system for all autonamys shown above, the higher the load the shorter the Autonamy.
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Order codes
Unity PF Designed Systems
EMEX Power - Single phase 220-240 V 50/60 Hz
Commercial rating
ICEL rating
1 hour duration
1.5 hour duration
2 hour duration
3 hour duration
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
part no.
ELD8310.015
VA
Watts
VA
Watts
EMEX Power
part no.
1500
1500
1250
1250
ELD8110.015
ELD8151.015
ELD8210.015
3000
3000
2500
2500
ELD8110.030
ELD8151.030
ELD8210.030
ELD8310.030
4500
4500
3750
3750
ELD8110.045
ELD8151.045
ELD8210.045
ELD8310.045
6000
6000
5000
5000
ELD8110.060
ELD8151.060
ELD8210.060
ELD8310.060
7500
7500
6250
6250
ELD8110.075
ELD8151.075
ELD8210.075
ELD8310.075
9000
9000
7500
7500
ELD8110.090
ELD8151.090
ELD8210.090
ELD8310.090
ELD8310.105
10500
10500
8750
8750
ELD8110.105
ELD8151.105
ELD8210.105
12000
12000
10000
10000
ELD8110.120
ELD8151.120
ELD8210.120
ELD8310.120
13500
13500
11250
11250
ELD8110.135
ELD8151.135
ELD8210.135
ELD8310.135
ELD8310.150
15000
15000
2500
12500
ELD8110.150
ELD8151.150
ELD8210.150
16500
16500
13750
13750
ELD8110.165
ELD8151.165
ELD8210.165
ELD8310.165
18000
18000
15000
15000
ELD8110.180
ELD8151.180
ELD8210.180
ELD8310.180
ELD8310.195
19500
19500
16250
16250
ELD8110.195
ELD8151.195
ELD8210.195
21000
21000
17500
17500
ELD8110.210
ELD8151.210
ELD8210.210
ELD8310.210
22500
22500
18750
18750
ELD8110.225
ELD8151.225
ELD8210.225
ELD8310.225
24000
24000
20000
20000
ELD8110.240
ELD8151.240
ELD8210.240
ELD8310.240
EMEX Power - Three phase 220-240 V, 380-415 V 50/60 Hz (adjustable)
Commercial rating
VA
15
ICEL rating
Watts
VA
Watts
1 hour duration
1.5 hour duration
2 hour duration
3 hour duration
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
part no.
EMEX Power
part no.
4500
4500
3750
3750
ELD8130.045
ELD8153.045
ELD8230.045
ELD8330.045
9000
9000
7500
7500
ELD8130.090
ELD8153.090
ELD8230.090
ELD8330.090
13500
13500
11250
11250
ELD8130.135
ELD8153.135
ELD8230.135
ELD8330.135
18000
18000
15000
15000
ELD8130.180
ELD8153.180
ELD8230.180
ELD8330.180
22500
22500
18750
18750
ELD8130.225
ELD8153.225
ELD8230.225
ELD8330.225
27000
27000
22500
22500
ELD8130.270
ELD8153.270
ELD8230.270
ELD8330.270
31500
31500
26250
26250
ELD8130.315
ELD8153.315
ELD8230.315
ELD8330.315
36000
36000
30000
30000
ELD8130.360
ELD8153.360
ELD8230.360
ELD8330.360
40500
40500
33750
33750
ELD8130.405
ELD8153.405
ELD8230.405
ELD8330.405
45000
45000
37500
37500
ELD8130.450
ELD8153.450
ELD8230.450
ELD8330.450
49500
49500
41250
41250
ELD8130.495
ELD8153.495
ELD8230.495
ELD8330.495
54000
54000
45000
45000
ELD8130.540
ELD8153.540
ELD8230.540
ELD8330.540
58500
58500
48750
48750
ELD8130.585
ELD8153.585
ELD8230.585
ELD8330.585
63000
63000
52500
52500
ELD8130.630
ELD8153.630
ELD8230.630
ELD8330.630
67500
67500
56250
56250
ELD8130.675
ELD8153.675
ELD8230.675
ELD8330.675
72000
72000
60000
60000
ELD8130.720
ELD8153.720
ELD8230.720
ELD8330.720
76500
76500
63750
63750
ELD8130.765
ELD8153.765
ELD8230.765
ELD8330.765
81000
81000
67500
67500
ELD8130.810
ELD8153.810
ELD8230.810
ELD8330.810
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EMEX 110
110 volt AC/DC central power supply systems
EMEX 110 units provide 110V AC/DC to provide power to 110V slave luminaires
or converted slave 230V luminaires.
System design
Systems provide 110V AC continuously under mains healthy
conditions, and battery back-up at 110V DC upon mains
failure. EMEX 110 units benefit from the same modular
construction as the EMEX Power static inverter range.
Charger modules utilise solid state electronics of the
highest reliability. Units feature BS 5424 contactors and
MCB protection throughtout, to provide a rugged easy to
maintain system with exceptional performance for emergency
lighting use. Each charger has input and output protection,
and measures and limits its own current, making it a selfcontained unit.
Alarms and status indicators are provided on the front panel
display, which provides clear and concise information, rather
than a long list of parameters, which may be confusing.
EMEX Power is designed and manufactured in the UK.
Standard features: EMEX 110 system overview
EMEX Power offers a host of standard features and benefits,
as listed below. Note that some items will be optional, extra
cost items on other systems, or may not be available at
all if the system is not designed specifically and solely for
emergency lighting use.
Alarms and instrumentation
– Comprehensive display
– Charger alarm pack
– Momentary “push to test” button
– Fire alarm interface
– Final exit interlock
– Internal and external MCB monitoring
– Local/remote maintained circuit control
– Sub-circuit monitor connection
– Two sets of volt–free alarm relay contacts
– System-inhibit engineers’ switch
– Remote Alarm Unit option
– Remote test
Mechanical
– IP21 rated cabinet as standard
– Easy front panel access
– Inter-cabinet trunking for battery cables
– Fork-lift plinth
– Lifting eyes for crane lift as standard
– Installation pack with all tools required
– Detailed instruction manual
BS EN 50171
KM542294
Performance
– 110V AC/DC output
– Excellent recharge capability – 80% after 12 hours
following rated discharge
– MCB protection throughout; no fuses
– EMEX Power true modular construction with common
spares (charger, control PCB, and system interface
common across the full system range)
– Individual MCB protection for each module - AC and
DC circuits
– Individual cooling fans for each charger with on-demand
operation (not continuously running)
– Split parallel charger above 10 amps – enhanced integrity
with the ability to operate with one or more charger
modules isolated (subject to increased recharge time)
– Integral maintenance bypass facility (ability to support
output load in bypass mode whilst maintenance
is performed)
– Temperature compensated charger
– Standard maintained transformer and switchable for
non-maintained
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EMEX 110
110, 50 & 24 volt AC/DC central power supply systems
Batteries
Standard systems are supplied with Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) batteries,
also known as ‘Sealed Lead Acid’. These batteries are sealed for their design life
of 10 years.
Lead Acid Planté and Nickel Cadmium batteries are available upon request,
however, these batteries require a much larger physical area, and emit potentially
explosive gases, meaning the battery room must be adequately ventilated in line
with EN 50272 Special attention to EN 50272 should be observed.
These reasons, along with the additional capital cost, generally outweigh the
additional life obtained, as demonstrated below.
Battery
Initial cost
Design life
Maintenance
VRLA
££
YY
££
Ni-CAD
£££££
YYYYY
£££££
Planté
££££
YYYY
££££
Order Codes
Rating
Part no.
Watts
kVA
Cabinet quality
1 hour 110V AC/DC systems
ELD9100.120
1,900
2.0
1
ELD9100.121
2,700
3.0
1
ELD9100.122
4,000
4.0
1
ELD9100.123
5,500
5.5
1
3 hour 110V AC/DC systems
ELD9100.130
1,000
2.0
1
ELD9100.131
1,600
2.0
1
ELD9100.132
2,000
2.0
1
ELD9100.133
2,700
3.0
1
1
ELD9100.134
3,600
4.0
ELD9100.135
4,860
5.5
2
ELD9100.136
5,400
5.5
2
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EMEX 110
110, 50 & 24 volt AC/DC central power supply systems
Cabinet size
Standard cabinet size is 750 mm wide x 650 mm deep x
1800 mm tall. For larger installations, cabinets are mounted
side by side to provide sufficient accommodation for
the batteries.
1800 mm
Overall depth of 725 mm is required to allow a ventilation gap
of 75 mm (rubber back-stop provided ensures this distance is
maintained). Cabinets may be mounted side-by-side since no
side ventilation is required.
Remote alarm
British Standard BS 5266 Part 8 (BS EN 50172) section 7.2.2
requires that a visual daily check of the central power supply
alarms is made. It is also a requirement that the CPS should
be located in a secure area, which is typically a locked switch
room in the basement.
750 mm
650 mm
75 mm
We offer an optional remote alarm unit (RAU), which assists
the user to identify any alarm conditions.
Remote alarm unit
Part no.
Order code
RAU/240V
ELD0075.003A
Remote alarm unit providing both audible and visual fault
indication with mute facility. The RAU requires a local
220 – 240V AC supply and should be linked to the
static inverter unit by a two core cable.
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EMEL
110, 50 & 24 volt AC/DC central power supply systems
EMEL mid-range
– 110V, 50V and 24V AC/DC Central Power Supply Systems
in 1, 2 or 3 hour durations
– Compatible with a range of AC/DC slave luminaires and
converted mains luminaires
– Suitable for small and medium sized installations, EMEL
Light Duty provides an effective solution where selfcontained luminaires may not be appropriate, eg where
ongoing maintenance may be disruptive
– Ideal for refurbishment of an existing installation, and is
suitable for local authority specification work
EMEL economy
EMEL Economy systems are supplied with 5 year design life
valve regulated lead acid batteries.They include a mains on
indicator and charge fail alarm as standard.
EMEL 24V AC/DC Economy
100W to 700W
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EMEL standard
EMEL Standard systems are supplied with 10 year design life
valve regulated lead acid batteries and include mains on
indicator and charge fail alarm, together with a moving coil
ammeter and voltmeter as standard.
EMEL 24V AC/DC Standard
400W to 800W
EMEL 50V AC/DC Standard
200W to 2,000W
EMEL 110V AC/DC Standard
600W to 3,500W
For larger 110V systems, please refer to our EMEX 110 range
Option list (EMEL standard only)
– Remote Alarm Unit (/RAU)
– Phase Failure Relay (/PFR)
– Fire Alarm Relay (/FAR)
– Sub-Circuit Control Relay(s) (/SCR)
– Maintained Control Relay (/MCR)
– Digital Ammeter/Voltmeter (/DM)
– Time Switch (/TS)
– High/Low Volts Monitor (/HL)
– Earth Fault Monitor (/EFA)
– Common Alarm Relay (/CAR)
Central power supplies
Reliable emergency power solutions
Our Central Power Supply Systems division offers a choice of reliable and high
quality products which are designed to meet the relevant standards and
specifications for both AC/AC and AC/DC applications. The ‘EMEX Power’ and
‘EMEX TS’ static inverters, ‘EMEX 110’ AC/DC and ‘Compact Power’ product
ranges are manufactured in our Leeds facility, supported by an experienced
engineering, sales and commissioning team.
EMEX – AC/AC Static inverter range: 220-230V 50/60Hz, 400V. 3ph 50/60Hz
Static inverters in this range are true passive stand-by emergency lighting units,
designed and built to exceed current emergency lighting standards and technical
requirements, something with which most UPS based central power products
do not comply. EMEX Power, EMEX TS static inverters and EMEX Mini power
systems offer a low maintenance and extremely reliable central power supply
solution with low running costs and a high degree of functionality to serve individual
customer needs.
– Modular design, which makes maintenance or repair a simple task
– Manufactured in the UK
– Normal mains luminaires with electronic starters/high frequency ballasts may be
driven by the system (glow wire starters cannot be used in accordance with
BS EN 60598.2.22)
– Ideal for task lighting projects where normal (high) lighting levels are required to
minimise business disruption
– High efficiency: Low running cost. This AC/AC type of system has been designed
for an inherently long service life with associated significant cost benefits over
alternative emergency lighting solutions
– Cost conservancy and design:
1. Ventilation fan life is maximised, as they will only operate when required,
during ‘battery charge’ or ‘inverter active’ cycles
2. Battery life conserved by a temperature compensated constant voltage
charger circuit in conjunction with passive stand-by inverter operation
– Functional features include sub-circuit monitoring, final exit input,
MCB monitoring, M/NM operation (user selectable), fire alarm input and two
volt-free common alarm outputs
– MCB protection devices are used throughout the equipment, eliminating the
need for fuse spares
– Digital display for battery and output metering V & I
– Fully compliant with EN 50171 and ICEL1009
– EMEX TS includes integral touch-screen with EMEX Test capability
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BS EN 50171
KM542294
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Reliable emergency power solutions
EMEX110 – AC/DC Central Power Supply Systems: 110 V
The ‘EMEX110’ range is available where the user preference is for an AC/DC
system powering slave luminaires fitted with compatible inverter modules.
The 110 V range is suitable for medium to large premises, including schools,
supermarkets and other commercial or local authority properties.
Emergi-Lite EMEX AC/AC CPS systems are now kitemark approved to
EN 50171 (Kitemark reference KM 542294).
EMEX Test
An optional innovative test facility is available for testing both the central power
supply system and emergency lighting luminaires linked to it. The ‘EMEX Test’
hardware and software has been developed to produce an advanced, reliable and
functional system at comparatively low cost. Data communication to the luminaires
being fed from the inverter is available in two forms depending on user choice.
Either a Data Bus version utilising a single pair data cable or a line borne data signal
imposed onto distributed AC power is available.
– Both the central power supply and luminaires are addressable
– Programmable: To perform timed tests during ‘out of hours’ periods for minimal
disruption to everyday core business
– Any failure is recorded to a printable log file
– User interface: A standard PC with printer or door mounted touch-screen
– Networking facility: Up to 256 separate systems can be networked for testing
from a single PC
– Remote access: Test results can be viewed remotely via computer
network/internet
– A substation (MXC) is used to control up to 40 luminaires
– Additionally, any standard luminaire can be converted for use with substations
using a small LTC interface module
– Test and monitoring facility designed as per EN 50172/IEC 62034 guidelines
Compact power ac/dc central Power Supply Systems
Light and medium duty 24 V or 50 V for smaller premises or eplacement work.
Full range of options available to suit site and customer requirements.
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For a project assessment, design and quotation please contact a member of our
internal Technical Sales or Field Sales Team. We will be able to offer the most
suitable equipment for your local requirement.
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Technical reference
Best practice
Testing
BS 5266 Part 8 (EN 50172) and BS EN 62034:2000
specify the statutory requirements for testing the entire
emergency lighting installation, and a copy of this standard
should be obtained.
It should be noted that, immediately after a test, the battery
might not have sufficient capacity to provide emergency
lighting cover. For this reason all tests should be performed,
where possible, at a time of minimum risk.
Record keeping
It is a requirement of BS 5266 Part 8 (EN 50172) that
accurate records of testing are kept. Emergi-Lite have
produced an Emergency Lighting Record Log Book
designed to assist with these requirements. These are
available to order – part code YLB-EL0807.
General maintenance
Check the system has adequate ventilation. Louvres in the
door, and grilles in the rear panel must not be obstructed.
Door access must not be obstructed. The operating
environment should be free from dust, which can accumulate
inside modules.
Charger maintenance
The charger output voltage should be tested on a monthly
basis by a competent engineer to ensure it is set correctly.
Charger voltage may be affected by the ambient temperature
in the battery compartment. Any variation in charger voltage
should be noted, and, if in doubt, contact Emergi-Lite Service
Department for advice and assistance. Equipment should be
maintained dust free and clean to prevent premature failure.
Battery and cells maintenance and storage
Battery storage, maintenance and handling shall be fully
carried out in line with the battery manufacturers instructions.
The battery should be visually inspected each month by a
competent engineer to check that there is no evidence of
damaged or leaking cells. Damaged or leaking cells require
replacement. Please contact Emergi-Lite service department
for advice and replacements. Individual cell voltages should
be recorded on the record sheets provided in the manual.
A digital DC voltmeter is required for this purpose. Only record
cell voltages when the battery is fully charged, which takes
a maximum of 24 hrs after a test.
Cell voltages should remain constant over the life of the
battery. Cells showing a voltage differing from previous
readings require investigation (please note charger is
temperature compensated and cell voltages will vary with
ambient room temperature changes). Do not at any time
attempt to remove or replace cells or re-commission the
system. Please contact Emergi-Lite service department for
advice and assistance. Temperature extremes severely affect
battery life. Always check and record the ambient temperature
in the battery room. The optimum temperature is 20°C.
Handling
Most cells are heavy and difficult to handle. Care should be
taken and the correct technique employed when using manual
or other lifting methods.
Explosion hazard
Recombination (sealed) cells, when operated correctly, have
negligible rates of gas evolution.
Repair/disposal
No attempt should be made to repair any cells, they should
be treated as disposable when they have outlived their use.
Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with current
waste disposal and pollution legislation. It is recommended
that the following authorities are contacted before any
attempt is made to dispose of cells; Environment Agency
Local Office, Local Authority Environmental Health or Waste
Handling Department.
Our Service Department is available to provide advice
regarding disposal of batteries, replacement of batteries and
re-commissioning of Central Power Supply Systems.
Please contact us for assistance.
Warranty
Failure to observe above guidance may invalidate the ABB
Emergi-Lite warranty. Terms and conditions of warranty apply
which are available on request.
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• Automated, scheduled testing of your emergency lighting sytems power supply
• Full control to access test reports locally or remotely at any time
• Efficient emergency lighting testing procedure
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Introduction
The complete emergency lighting central system testing solution.
Emergency lighting regulations state that periodic, mandatory tests must be
carried out to verify the correct operation of any emergency lighting system.
Increasingly, changes in safety legislation, risk assessment,
and the requirements of public liability insurance are placing
responsibility for the testing of emergency lighting systems
firmly with the owner or occupier of the building. Additionally,
legislation states that records of this testing must be kept.
Automated testing solution
Manual testing (and record keeping) of emergency lighting
systems can prove to be expensive, time consuming and
disruptive (even dangerous) exacerbated by access problems
caused by physical and commercial reasons. The EMEX Test
Central Testing System ensures peace of mind by automating
the normal, periodic testing of emergency lighting lamps and
control gear.
EMEX Test is simple to operate, being controlled by a
dedicated touch screen control panel or a standards desktop
PC and is featured packed.
– Multiple static inverter Central Power Supply Systems
(CPS) can be networked to a single control PC
– Utilising EMEX TS, Remote access via a Local Area
Network (LAN) or internet connection is straightforward
– Building Management System communication can be easily
incorporated
Scheduled testing
System tests are scheduled for periods of minimum disruption
using EMEX Test.
Live luminaire data is compared against pre-programmed
threshold data to identify any discrepancies. These are then
duly highlighted in the test report which is generated and
stored automatically.
The user has full control to access test reports locally or
remotely at any time. Service personnel can then arrange
a convenient time to access any faulty luminaires – ready
prepared with any necessary spares in order to further reduce
the amount of time required to effect a repair.
In addition, EMEX Test can conduct discharge tests and
monitor and record the status of the CPS and end battery
voltage. Since discharge tests cannot be performed until
visual condition checks have been undertaken by an engineer
on site, these annual tests are initiated manually.
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Complete emergency lighting central system testing solution
EMEX Test is the most flexible emergency lighting testing system available today.
With the ability to support virtually any type of slave 230V luminaire, including LED,
EMEX Test affords freedom of choice for consultants, designers and end-users alike.
Two approaches, one solution
EMEX Test can utilise two different solutions to interface
your emergency luminaires, whatever the scenario. Both
systems utilise the same software and are fully compatible
with each other on the same system:
MXD4
MXD4 substation modules control luminaires in groups of
four with no modification to the mains luminaires whatsoever.
Data cable provides communication to the CPS. A data cable
connection exists between the CPS and the PC.
MXC
MXC is ideal for use where a large number of high
frequency, non-dimmable luminaires are situated in a
relatively small area and where room for cable runs is
restricted and the aesthetics are a primary concern. The
MXC substation solution employs compact LTC integral
luminaire interfaces to support up to 40 luminaires from
a single substation. It allows mixed operation modes of
the emergency luminaires on the same circuit without
data cable. Multiple local switched and unswitched circuit
monitoring is marshalled by the substation, or direct into the
luminaires. Substations are connected together and
back to the control PC by data cable connection. Ideal
for high-rise buildings, MXC provides savings in cable,
containment and installation costs.
MXD4 is ideal for use where a smaller number of luminaires
are to be situated in an environment where aesthetic cabling
is not an issue, for example warehousing or car parks.
Features and benefits
– Supports virtually any type of luminaire –
no modification required
– High switching power capability
– Simple to install
– Compatible with digital and analogue dimming systems
– Fully compatible with MXC
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Features and benefits
– Maintained, non-maintained and switched luminaires on
a single circuit
– Cable saving as a result of combined power and data lines
– High capacity substations
– Flexible local circuit monitoring options
– Fully compatible with MXD4
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Case study - A high rise building
How to apply EMEX Test MXC and MXD4 Emergency Lighting Testing Systems.
A typical high-rise installation will employ a variety of
luminaire types in different areas. It will have varying switching
arrangements and cabling restrictions according to the usage
of each area and the fabric of the building.
When considering their mains lighting, the consultant and
end user can retain complete freedom of design, assured
in the knowledge that specifying EMEX Test will offer the
most flexible and economic solution to provide addressable
emergency lighting.
Underground car parks
In underground car parks and service areas the designer will
prefer basic batten fittings or filament lamps. In this instance,
where surface cabling is acceptable, MXD4 substations are
ideal. There is no modification to the slave 230V 50/60Hz
luminaires whatsoever. This makes the installation very
straightforward as the substations are identical no matter the
wattage or operation of the luminaires (substations can even
be “first fixed” before the luminaires arrive!), and has the great
benefit that in the event of any damage or vandalism the slave
230V 50/60Hz luminaires can be replaced without interfering
with the addressable emergency system.
Open plan areas
For lower floors with typically open plan areas where
suspended ceilings are employed and switching arrangements
are uncomplicated, MXD4 substations also offer benefits. In
addition, the client would be free to refurbish at a later date,
changing luminaires types at will, with only reprogramming of
the EMEX Test software required to suit.
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Upper floors
Upper floors with a larger number of rooms per area (for
example offices or hotel rooms), will also use MXC in order
to take advantage of the large number of switched feeds
that can be monitored by each substation. Coupled with the
option to wire monitoring feeds directly into the luminaires,
this will offer great savings in cable and simplify the
installation, whilst retaining flexibility of programming should
the mode of operation of the luminaire change.
EMEX Test can accommodate this scenario – and more –
whether the system is one large Central Power Supply
System (CPS) feeding the whole building, one smaller CPS
per floor, or any combination thereof.
Stairwells
In stairwells, the MXC substation solution with LTC equipped
luminaires offers great benefits in cable saving and installation
costs. The MXC substation(s) can be mounted in risers at the
foot of each stairwell, removing the need for data cable or
remote boxes in the stairwell itself. The maintained exit signs,
switched luminaires, and even any non-maintained external
units can all share a single supply cable. Monitoring feeds can
all come to a single point at the substation, simplifying the
cabling within the stairwell. Conversely, if it is inconvenient or
impossible to wire a switched or monitoring feed back to the
substation, it can be wired directly into the relevant luminaire.
Stairwells (Two circuit wiring)
Dual circuit wiring concept, to provide a higher
integrity installation.
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MXC and MXD4 emergency lighting testing systems
MXC substation
Each MXC substation
can control up to 40
luminaires. Power and
datalines feed the
substation
which in turn monitors & controls
the luminaires via a single combined
power/data line. Each substation can
monitor up to 8 local switched and/or
unswitched circuits. Luminaires operate
in maintained, switched maintained,
or non-maintained modes on the
same circuit, according to the system
programming.
Area Network (LAN), or via the internet
utilising the EMEX TS option. EMEX Test
can optionally export system status in
BACNET or LONWORKS format to a
Building Management System. (Note: The
output format will be dependent on the
Building Management integrators system
functionality and capabilities,
see EMEX LONWORKS profile document
for further information). A network node
enables the engineer to access test
reports and control the system using a
laptop PC from any point on the
data cable.
MXC compatible
luminaires
The MXC testing
system requires
luminaires
(bulkheads, exit signs)
to be MXC compatible. In addition,
virtually any standard mains luminaires
can be converted for use with the MXC
system using an integral or remote
LTC interface module. Luminaires must
contain a high frequency ballast (please
check with Emergi-Lite). MXCs are not
compatible with switch start control
gear, please use MXD4 for
these applications.
EMEX Power
EMEX Power Central
Power Supply System
provides AC
power to emergency
luminaires via
standard AC distribution boards. EMEX
Test can support both MXC and MXD4
systems simultaneously. Multiple EMEX
Power CPS units can be used to power
larger applcations, monitored from a
single EMEX Test control point.
Switching
One switched and/or
one unswitched local
feed can be wired
directly into the
MXC System LTC
module, in addition to the monitoring/
switching provided via the
MXC substation.
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EMEX Test control
station
EMEX Test software
is installed on a
standard desktop PC
to initiate scheduled
tests and collate
test report data. System status can
be accessed remotely over a Local
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MXD4 substation
MXD4 controls up to
4 unmodified mains
luminaires on an
individual basis.
Power and datalines
feed the substation with individual
power outputs to each luminaire.
Each MXD4 can monitor up to 8 local
switches and/or unswitched circuits.
Luminaires operate in maintained,
switched maintained, or non-maintained
modes in reaction to these inputs,
according to the system programming.
MXD4 luminaires
MXD4 can support
virtually any
fluorescent, LED,
filament, or halogen
luminaire, without
modification. Each MXD4 substation
includes a single dimming control relay.
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AC Power
AC Power and data
Data Cable
Local Inputs
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EMEX Test software
The focal point of an EMEX Test monitoring network is a PC running the EMEX Test
software package.
EMEX Test software is Windows™ based. It provides detailed address information of all
connected Central Power Supply Systems and luminaires. Scheduled testing is configured
quickly and easily – once set up it can be left to operate, without further input, in the
background. Reports are created and collated automatically. These are date stamped and can
be printed or distributed electronically.
Wall mounted EMEX Test control panel
Description
– Wall mounted EMEX Test Control Panel utilising a touch screen for operation of the EMEX
Test programme 8” High Brightness TFT LCD (400 cd/m ), long life-time display, support
800 mm x 600 mm
– Fanless, with AMD LX-800 500MHz processor
– One 200-pin SO-DIMM DDR 266/333MHz
– up to 1GB Sealed resistive touch screen
– Support Panel / VESA 75 mount
– DC 11~28V wide-range power input
Specification details
– Maximum AC voltage 240V AC 50/60Hz
– Windows CE net 4.2 / 5.0, XP, XP Embedded
– I/O ports: COM1: RS-232, COM2: RS-232/422/485, COM3: RS-232, External USB 2.0 x2,
2x5 2.0 mm pin header for internal USB 2.0 x2, 1 x VGA, 1 x PS/2 keyboard & mouse,
1 x Reset switch ,1 x power on/off switch 1 x LAN (10/100Mb),
Construction
– Plastic front panel & metal housing IP 20
– Enclosure dimensions 318 mm (L) x 270 mm (W) x 104 mm (H)
– Cable termination 2.5 mm2 maximum
– Cable entry 20 mm gland hole
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System components
MXKP station adapter kit
Included with /TS Systems
The MXKP station adapter kit is required to integrate the EMEX Power static inverter with the
EMEX Testing System. Ordered separately, the MXKP station adapter kit is factory fitted in the
inverter cabinet.
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4,000 luminaire address capability
Output capacity of 100 x MXD4 and/or MXC units per MXKP
2-core data bus to MXD4 and MXC units and to/from MXKP units
2-core screened 240V, (1.0 mm2 minimum) data cable
(Max. distance 2,500 metres – additional repeaters available)
MXIN test input node
Included with /TS Systems
Provides an input point to allow roving access to the system using a laptop PC.
MXC substation
The MXC substation controls up to 40 LTC equipped HF luminaires. It can also monitor 8
switched or unswitched inputs.
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40 x LTC units over 2 radials (20 per radial)
Maximum 270V AC
2 x 1,150VA (5 ampere) maximum output power
200 metres maximum distance (per output radial) to final luminaire
2-core screened 240V, (1.0 mm 2 minimum) cable (fireproof recommended)
210 mm x 253 mm x 60 mm
Operating temperature 0 – 50°C
Galvanised steel enclosure (colour options available as specials)
Substation rated to IP20 as standard. Option of higher IP rating available to order
For further details on the MXC & MXD please refer to the
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MXD4 4-way addressable substation
The MXD4 addressable substation controls up to 4 unmodified mains luminaires. It can also
monitor 8 switched and/or 8 unswitched inputs.
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4 luminaires on individual circuits
Maximum 270V AC, 230W (1 ampere per circuit)
Switching threshold of 230V -60% to -85%
Address range of 4 to 3999 (blocks of 4)
Analogue and digital compatible dimming capability using on-board dimming relay to break
dimmer control line
2-core screened 240V, (1.0mm 2 minimum) cable (fireproof recommended)
2,500 metres maximum distance from MXKP to MXD4 transmitter
254 mm x 210 mm x 60 mm
Operating temperature 0 – 50°C
Galvanised steel enclosure (colour options available as specials)
Option for high IP rating are available
MXT data repeaters
MXT100 and MXT200
The MXT data repeater is used to increase the number of interfaces on an individual data line.
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Maximum 270V AC
2-core data inputs
2-core screened 240V, (1.0 mm2 minimum) cable (fireproof recommended)
300 mm x 400 mm x 120 mm
Up to 100 substations may be fed from the internal transmitter within the CPS. Additional MXT
data repeaters are available for situations where more than 100 substations are required.
For example the MXT200 data repeater is capable for handling up to 200 substations.
Lamp Test Controller addressable interfaces
The LTC is designed specifically to control luminaires with fluorescent or incandescent lamps
when working from a static inverter system.
The LTC is part of the EMEX MXC automatic emergency lighting testing system, and can
control the lamp and dimmer signal when testing. It measures the lamp power consumption
and communicates this and the lamp status back to the EMEX central PC using power line
communication via the MXC substation. It is fully addressable and programmable for any lamp
type or configuration. This is done in situ from the central PC.
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70W LTC addressable interface
The LTC addressable interface unit is required when connecting standard mains luminaires to
the MXC substation system.
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Maximum 270V AC
70 watt maximum switching output power
2 control inputs configurable as local switched and unswitched monitoring
Factory pre-addressed
116.5 mm x 24.5 mm x 22 mm
Complies with Radiated & Conducted Emissions Standard EN 55015:2000
230W DIM LTC addressable interface
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Maximum 270V AC
230 watt maximum switching output power
2 control inputs configurable as local switched and unswitched monitoring
Dim Relay to disconnect dimming signal
Factory pre-addressed
155 x 42 x 30, 148 mm fixing centres
Complies with Radiated & Conducted Emissions Standard EN 55015:2000
Lon Adapter
The LON adaptor interface allows integrators of Open System Networks to provide network
connectivity to Emergi-Lite emergency lighting systems.
The unit is housed in an industry-standard M36 DIN rail enclosure and supports both RS232
and 11S4-65 communication options. Simple ASCII string generated by the Emergi-Lite
system over RS232 is made available through the open LonTalk protocol using Standard
Network Variable Type SNVT_str_ascii.
Note: The output format will be dependent on the Building Management integrators system
functionality and capabilities, see EMEX LONWORKS profile document for further information.
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BACnet interface
BACNET is a Data Communication Protocol for monitoring and communicating building
management data to and from the BMS workstation. The module is fed with data from an
InfraLINK Lonworks module.
The InfraLINK module is specifically pre-configured to work with the L-GATE module.
The data is converted from LONWORKS protocol into BACNET protocol in the L-GATE
module. This data is connected to the BMS by Ethernet using TCP/IP internet protocol.
Order Codes
Part no.
Item name
Description
CBS and control
ELD9500.910
MXKP
MXKP Static inverter interface
ELD9500.925
MXTS
Wall mounted EMEX touch screen control panel
ELD9500.039
MXIN
Remote test node input (modem)
ELD9500.917
PC+printer
Desktop PC and printer
ELD9500.918
LON adaptor
LON adaptor for wall mounting adjacent EMEX PC
ELD9500.920
LON adaptor
LON adaptor for static inverter C/W EMEX TS
ELD9500.923
BACNet
Wall mounting BACNet interface
ELD9500.924
BACNet
Static inverter integral BACNet interface
ELD9500.921
/TS
Static inverter integral EMEX test panel; (touch screen)
ELD0077.009
RS232 to USB
RS232 to USB
ELD9500.120
MXT100
MXT100 data transmitter repeater
ELD9500.016
MXD4/8E
MXD4/8E data line interface
C-LTC4WHF
LTC 1-4W
LTC addressable interface 4W integral conversion
C-LTC4WHFRW
LTC 1-4W REM
LTC addressable interface 4W Remote conversion
C-LTC70HF
LTC 13-70W
LTC addressable interface 70W integral conversion
C-LTC70HFRW
LTC 13-70W REM
LTC addressable interface 70W remote conversion
C-LTC230HF
LTC 230W AC Dim REM
LTC addressable interface 230W integral conversion
C-LTC230HFRW
LTC 230W AC Dim REM
LTC addressable interface 230W remote conversion
ELD9500.048F
LTC 230W Dim parts Kit
LTC addressable interface 230W AC Dim new parts kit
ELD9500.036.2F
LTC 1-4W parts Kit
LTC addressable interface 4W parts kit
ELD9500.036F
LTC 13-70W parts Kit
LTC addressable interface 70W parts kit
ELD9500.048FRW
LTC 230W AC Dim ENC
LTC addressable interface 230W AC Dim new kit in enclosure
ELD9500.036.2FRW
LTC 1-4W parts Kit ENC
LTC addressable interface 4W kit in enclosure
ELD9500.036FRW
LTC 13-70W parts Kit ENC
LTC addressable interface 70W kit in enclosure
ELD9500.030
MXC substation
MXC substation, 2 x 4A nominal O/P, 8 SU-CCTS I/P
ELD9500.030/60
MXC substation 60Hz
MXC substation, 2 x 4A nominal O/P, 8 SU-CCTS I/P 60Hz
MXD range
MXC range
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Layout schematic - MXC substations
SEVENTH FLOOR
Max 5A (200 metres)
Max 5A (200 metres)
MXC substation
Mains/Em Mains/Em Mains/Em Mains/Em Mains/Em
Mains/Em Mains/Em Mains/Em
Mains/Em
Maintained
Maintained
Maintained
On
Off
SIXTH FLOOR
FIFTH FLOOR
FOURTH FLOOR
THIRD FLOOR
SECOND FLOOR
FIRST FLOOR
Max 5A (200 metres)
Max 5A (200 metres)
MXC
substation
Mains/Em Mains/Em Mains/Em Mains
Mains/Em Mains/Em Mains
Non/Maint
Mains/Em Mains/Em Mains
Maintained
On
PLANT ROOM
Em lighting DB
EMEX CBS
EMEX CBS
Lighting DB
Incoming
mains supply
CONTROL ROOM
AC Power
AC Power data combined
Data
Local inputs
PC
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Layout schematic - MXD4 substations
SEVENTH FLOOR
MXD4
MXD4
Unused output
Mains
Mains/EM Mains
Mains
Mains/EM
Mains Non/Maint Mains/EM Mains/EM
Non/Maint
Maintained
Off
SIXTH FLOOR
FIFTH FLOOR
FOURTH FLOOR
THIRD FLOOR
SECOND FLOOR
FIRST FLOOR
MXD4
MXD4
Unused output
Mains
Mains/EM Mains
Mains
Mains/EM
Mains Non/Maint Mains/EM Mains/EM
Non/Maint
Maintained
On
PLANT ROOM
Em lighting DB
Incoming
mains supply
EMEX CBS
EMEX CBS
CONTROL ROOM
AC Power
Data
Local inputs
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Modem
Lighting DB
Sub-circuit monitoring
Conversion modules
A conversion module is required for a conventional fluorescent mains luminaire
when it is powered from a Central Power Supply System for emergency
lighting use.
This provides fail-safe emergency operation from the CPS
supply upon failure of the local lighting circuit whilst retaining
the switchable function of the luminaire under mains
healthy conditions.
CE marking & warranty
A modified luminaire must be compliant with the ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Low Voltage (LV) Directives,
and carry a CE mark to signify the compliance.
The MDG inverter module has been designed to efficiently
operate 4 – 100 watt 4-pin fluorescent lamps, from 50 volt or
110 volt AC/DC Central Power Supply Systems.
The company modifying the general luminaire is legally
responsible for the re-certification of the complete unit
after modification.
Features and benefits
– Ideally suited for individual local circuit failure monitoring via
the connection of an unswitched supply
– Incorporates an integral five pole relay which disconnects
the normal mains lighting ballast from the lamp when the
monitored 230/240 volt mains supply is disconnected
– A delayed energy relay prevents the automatic protection
circuit of theelectronic ballast sensing an open circuit
condition, in emergency test mode, thus enabling the
lamp(s) to restrike without having to re-set the
switched supply
– Electrical connections are made via screw terminals
– Remote boxes available where integral mount is
not possible
In addition, the warranty provided by the mains manufacturer
will be invalidated by the modifications.
Specifications
– 220 – 240V AC, 50Hz
– Changeover voltage in compliance with BS EN 60598.2.22
– Input voltage range
– 50 volt systems: 45 – 55V
– 110 volt systems: 99 – 121V
– Weight: 0.5kg
– Zinc coated steel enclosure
Conversion service
Emergi-Lite offers a specialist conversion service backed
by the highest level of expertise, from a number of strategic
Conversion Centres in the UK.
Emergi-Lite is registered under ICEL1004 for luminaire
conversion. Specifying the conversion service to be performed
by Emergi-Lite ensures full compliance. In addition, the
warranty provided by the mains manufacturer is taken over by
Emergi-Lite and provides complete peace of mind.
Note: Luminaires to be converted to emergency must
themselves carry a CE mark to be considered suitable
for conversion.
Order codes
MDG50 - Conversion module suitable for 4 – 100W
fluorescent, 50V AC/DC
MDG110 - Conversion module suitable for 4 – 100W
fluorescent, 110V AC/DC For 24 volt AC/DC conversion
modules, please contact our Sales Department.
Dimensions
– 230mm x 42.5mm x 29mm
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Sub-circuit monitoring
Hold-off / changeover relays
It is a mandatory requirement that Emergency Lighting is energised in the event
of a local sub-distribution failure, not just on total building supply failure.
Hold-off & sub-circuit monitoring relays are used to energise luminaires in the case of local
supply failure. They may be used to feed more than one luminaire on the same switched circuit
and are available in 1 amp, 8 amp & 12 amp versions.
Hold-off relays
Hold-off relays are required to monitor the relevant lighting supply circuits such that a failure
brings on the emergency luminaires automatically in the event of local supply failure. Nonmaintained luminaires are connected to a localised sub-circuit hold-off relay fed from a
maintained battery system. These luminaires are only energised when the supply to the holdoff relay fails.5, 10, 15 and 20 way sub-circuit monitors (with 12 amp hold-off relay)
are available.
Part no.
Description
ELD9600.001
5 way 12 amp hold-off relay
ELD9600.002
10 way 12 amp hold-off relay
ELD9600.003
15 way 12 amp hold-off relay
ELD9600.004
20 way 12 amp hold-off relay
Changeover relays
The basic use of a switched maintained system is to energise the emergency lighting when
required by operation of the local switched supply but automatically illuminate in the event of
local sub-circuit supply failure (irrespective of the position of the local switch).
SI230 changeover relays are compact and easy to install. When using these changeover relays
switched maintained emergency luminaires are energised whenever a local switched supply is
present and, automatically, when a local sub-circuit failure occurs.
Part no.
Dimensions HWD (mm)
SI230DIM
155 x 43 x 30
230 volt 1.0 amp mains changeover relay
SI230DIM-S
200 x 130 x 40
230 volt 1.0 amp mains changeover relay in remote enclosure
ELD9600.010
200 x 130 x 40
230 volt 8 amp mains changeover relay with 2 x 2.5mm2 terminal capacity
Maintained
Do not require sub-circuit
monitoring or hold-off
relays
Non-maintained
Require a hold-off relay (1
per circuit)
Switched maintained
Require a changeover relay
(1 per switched circuit)
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Description
1
2
4
3
Maintained
–1 Local mains supply
–3 Hold-off relay
–2 Static inverter output
–4 Local light switch
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Non-maintained
Switch maintained
–5 Changeover relay
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Technical reference
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Reference & design
Legislation & requirements
Checklist for emergency lighting design
Spacing data & legends guide
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Technical reference
Reference & design
The requirement for emergency lighting originates from the
Fire Precautions Act 1971 and was further enforced by the
Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997
(Amended 1999).
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order, FSO came into
force in October 2006 and now replaces all previous fire
safety legislation.
The key considerations from the Fire Safety Order are:
– The FSO creates one simple fire safety legislative control
for all workplaces/non-domestic premises
– Control is fire risk assessment based, with the responsibility
for fire safety resting with the ‘responsible person’ for
the premises
– All persons inside the building/in the vicinity who might be
affected by a fire must be protected
– Employees will be required to act upon the fire risk
assessment, make remedial arrangements accordingly
and maintain the fire precautions
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– Failure to comply with the rules would be a breach of law,
with the consequence of enforcement or prohibition notices
being served
The fire safety risk assessment is a legal requirement, and
where a site has 5 or more employees the risk assessment
must be documented.
Fire certificates under the Fire Precautions Act 1971 are now
no longer valid. Guidance documents on the new Fire Safety
legislation have been published and the appropriate ones
must be consulted as part of the overall fire risk assessment.
Other important legislation and regulations, such as The
Buildings Regulations and The Health and Safety “Safety
Signs and Signals” Regulations 1996, also have a requirement
for emergency lighting and must be considered as part of the
design and specification.
Technical reference
Reference & design
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order, FSO came into force in October 2006
and has replaced all previous fire safety legislation.
The requirement for emergency lighting originates from the
Fire Precautions Act 1971 and was further enforced by the
Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997
(Amended 1999).
The key considerations from the Fire Safety Order are:
– The FSO creates one simple fire safety legislative control
for all workplaces/non-domestic premises
– Control is fire risk assessment based, with the
responsibility for fire safety resting with the ‘responsible
person’ for the premises
– All persons inside the building/in the vicinity who might be
affected by a fire must be protected
– Employees will be required to act upon the fire risk
assessment, make remedial arrangements accordingly
and maintain the fire precautions
– Failure to comply with the rules would be a breach of law,
with the consequence of enforcement or prohibition notices
being served
The fire safety risk assessment is a legal requirement, and
where a site has 5 or more employees the risk assessment
must be documented.
Fire certificates under the Fire Precautions Act 1971 are
now no longer valid. Guidance documents on the new
Fire Safety legislation have been published and the
appropriate ones must be consulted as part of the overall
fire risk assessment.
Exit signs
Designated legend formats
European pictogram format SI341 signs are acceptable, as
are ISO 7010 format signs, although there should not be
a mixture of both within an installation.
ISO 7010
Other important legislation and regulations, such as The
Buildings Regulations and The Health and Safety “Safety
Signs and Signals” Regulations 1996, also have a requirement
for emergency lighting and must be considered as part of the
design and specification. A number of standards have been
devised to provide guidance on application of emergency
lighting in line with legislative requirements, and to determine
the quality of product to be specified.
The major standards to be considered when designing a
high-level emergency lighting system are:
– BS 5266-1, BS EN 1838:2013, BS 5266-8
These sections of the standards set the guidelines for
installation of emergency lighting, where to locate
emergency luminaires and exit signs and the minimum
lighting levels required. Note that BS 5266-7 has been
superseded by BS EN 1838:2013.
– BS EN 60598.2.22
This is the product standard which establishes the
performance requirements of emergency lighting luminaires
and internally illuminated exit signs
– IEC 62034
This standard defines the requirement for automated
testing systems for emergency lighting
– ICEL1001, ICEL1004 & ICEL1009
Guides and registration schemes provided by the
Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting which define
enhanced performance requirements for the differing types
of emergency lighting, backed by independent testing
Maximum viewing distances
h
100 x h
h
200 x h
EU-format, SI-341
Text only signs are no longer acceptable and should
have been withdrawn.
Figure A. Exit sign boards have a
maximum viewing distance
defined as 100 x the height of
the sign (h), in metres
Figure B. For illuminated exit
signs, the maximum viewing
distance is defined as 200 x the
height of the sign (h), in metres
SI-341: UK legislation, Statutory Instrument 341
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Reference & design
General requirements for emergency
lighting (BS 5266-1, BS EN 1838:2013, BS 5266-8)
If emergency lighting is required it should:
– Indicate the escape routes clearly with exit signs so there is
no doubt which is the way out
– Ensure fire safety equipment such as fire alarm call-points,
fire extinguishers etc can be located
– Illuminate escape routes, and open areas used in escape
routes so that obstacles can be avoided
– Provide illumination for high risk task areas to allow the
processes to be shut down safely
Any point on an escape route or leading to it must have an
exit sign so that direction of travel is never in doubt. Internally
illuminated exit signs offer the most effective method of
achieving the requirement, and have a viewing distance twice
that of exit signboards - see above.
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Note: where exit sign boards are installed, these must now
have 5 lux illuminance on the sign to meet the requirements
on BS 5266 / EN 1838 - for practical purposes unachievable
through use of converted mains luminaires.
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Points of emphasis
An escape route luminaire shall be positioned to give
emphasis on potential danger points, as well as for safety and
fire equipment.
– Near all emergency exit doors
– At changes of direction along the escape route, to
illuminate in both directions
– At intersection of corridors, to illuminate in both directions
– At changes in level to avoid tripping
– Near stairs, so stair flights are directly lit
– Near each piece of firefighting equipment or manual call
point, to a level of 5 lux in the vertical.
– Near first aid points, to a level of 5 lux in the vertical
– At externally illuminated exit signs and other safety signs,
which identify a hazard
– Near escape route equipment in place for disabled people
– Near refuges and two-way telephone positions for the
disabled
– Near ‘disabled toilet’ alarm call positions
– Near to each final exit on the inside
– Near to the final exit externally, to a place of safety
– Near is defined as ‘within 2 m’ in the horizontal.
Technical reference
Reference & design
In addition to these points of emphasis, the following need to
be considered when planning emergency lighting.
Escape routes
A defined escape route of 2 m width must be illuminated to a
minimum of 1 lux along the centre line (see below).
Core area
0.5 lux
0.5 Lux Isolux
covering core area
0.5 Lux Isolux curve
outside the core area
Open areas (anti panic)
Open areas must be illuminated to 0.5 lux minimum in the
core area (see below right). This also applies to areas with
undefined escape routes, in halls or areas greater than 60 m2.
Core area
High risk task areas
This refers to areas normally associated with moving
machinery, dangerous materials or processes, and other
areas of high risk where hazards may continue after mains
lighting failure.
0.5m border
Transverse spacing
between luminaires
Axial spacing
between luminaires
Transverse spacing
to wall
Axial spacing
to wall
Illuminance levels should be maintained at 10% (or over) of
the normal lighting level or 15 lux, provided within 0.5
seconds, to allow for safe egress and/or termination of
processes. For high risk task areas, the lux requirement
is calculated at the plane of the task rather than floor level.
Figure C. Core areas
Additional areas
Additional areas not part of the escape route still require
illumination as people may be located there and/or measures
may be required to ensure the safety of persons or processes.
These areas include kitchens, first aid/operating rooms, lifts,
refuge areas, escalators and moving walkways, toilets larger
than 8 m 2 (or smaller without borrowed light), disabled toilets,
small lobbies and pedestrian routes within covered car parks.
Luminaire mounting height
Emergency luminaires should be mounted at least 2 m above
the floor. There is no upper limit but luminaires should be
fitted below smoke level if there is a significant risk of floor
illumination being affected.
Stand-by lighting
If stand-by lighting is used as emergency lighting it should
conform to all the requirements of emergency lighting.
System integrity
All compartments should include two or more emergency
luminaires to counter the risk of emergency luminaire failure.
Figure D. Escape routes with transverse and axial luminaires
1.0 lux
0.5 lux
Escape route with
axial luminaires
Escape route with
transverse luminaires
0.5 lux + 0.5 lux
= 1.0 lux
1.0 lux min. on centre
line of escape route
Transverse spacing
to wall
Transverse spacing
between luminaires
0.5m
0.5m
Axial spacing
to wall
0.5m
Axial spacing
between luminaires
0.5m
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Technical reference for design
Legislation & requirements
Specific location requirements
BS 5266 stipulates light levels, response and duration times
for specific locations within premises, and for specific
activities, including:
– Kitchens
– First Aid rooms
– Examination and treatment rooms
– Refuge areas for the mobility impaired
– Plant rooms, switch rooms and emergency winding
facilities for lifts
– Reception areas
– Crash bars or security devices at exit doors
– Inspection of the condition of fire control and
indicating equipment
A table showing the illuminance recommendation for these
specific locations and requirements can be found in BS 5266-1.
Emergency lighting systems
There is a varied range of emergency lighting available to suit
different budgets, decors, building requirements, colours and
specifications. The types and categories available for
specification are:
Types of emergency lighting
– Self-contained
Each luminaire contains a battery and electronic circuitry to
charge batteries and operate the lamp
– Slave
Luminaires are powered from a central system
– Conversions
Almost any mains fluorescent luminaire can be converted
for emergency use. Emergi-Lite is registered to ICEL 1004
to undertake emergency lighting conversions at our head
office facility in Leeds, UK
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Categories of emergency lighting
– Non-maintained (NM)
Luminaires operate when the mains fail
– Maintained (M)
Luminaires operate when the mains fail, but can also be
operated if required using a switch when the mains
supply is healthy
– Combined Non-maintained (CNM)
The luminaire contains more than one lamp, one of which is
mains operated, the other is for emergency use only
When the mains is healthy one or more lamps operate, but
should the mains fail the emergency lamp operates
– Combined Maintained
Similar to combined non-maintained, but when the mains
supply is healthy both lamps operate, whereas on mains
failure only one lamp operates
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CE marking alone on an emergency lamp does not
necessarily imply that the product will work in an emergency
situation. All emergency lighting must be designed and
manufactured to meet the requirements of BS EN 60598.2.22,
the established product standard.
Emergency lighting products may be independently certified
and approved as a means of proving quality in the product,
thereby giving an enhanced level of assurance to the installer,
and greater confidence and less risk in the work he performs.
Emergency lighting independently tested and carrying the
approval of a recognised national standards body, such as the
BSI Kitemark or European ENEC mark, serves this purpose.
Selecting products from a reputable manufacturer also
serves to assure that products and services supplied will
perform satisfactorily. National certification bodies such as
BAFE - British Approvals for Fire Equipment - provide,
through schemes such as SP203-4, third party certification
and recognition that emergency lighting manufacturers
have competency in undertaking design, installation,
commissioning and maintenance of such systems. Emergi-Lite
is a core member of the BAFE scheme.
Testing and maintenance of emergency lighting
Fire legislation requires the safety systems within a building to
be tested and maintained to ensure correct working order.
The major standards for emergency lighting establish the
testing requirement, and that testing and maintenance should
be done by a “competent person” (trained, with appropriate
skills and experience).
Automated testing solutions are available to assist with the
testing requirement, such as the Self-Test, IR2 infra-red and
Naveo addressable testing solutions available from EmergiLite (see pages 79 - 84 of this catalogue for more details on
these solutions).
For automated testing solutions, IEC 62034 provides specific
guidance for luminaire testing, including:
– Testing should be undertaken during periods of low risk
– Tests should be performed at the appropriate times for the
correct duration
– Testing should prove the emergency circuit operates correctly, and that the battery powers the luminaire for the
duration of the test
– Results of the test should be reliably indicated
Within the IEC 62034 Standard, test systems for both
self-contained and centrally powered emergency lighting
systems are covered.
Technical reference
Checklist for emergency lighting system design
Checklist for emergency lighting system design
Point
Establish
Action
1
Establish position of fire equipment, position of hazards such as steps,
changes of direction, stairs, first aid points etc.
Provide an emergency luminaire near (within 2 m horizontally) of each of
these points of emphasis.
2
Establish designated exit doors, points on escape routes or
where a sign is required to make the exit obvious.
Provide exit signs with arrows if necessary, observing the maximum
viewing distances of the exit sign type.
3
Establish the need for external escape lighting.
Provide emergency luminaires so that people can proceed outside to a
place of safety.
4
Establish the escape routes and establish mounting heights
Position luminaires along parts of the escape route not already illuminated
of luminaires and exit signs.
near the above points to provide 1 lux minimum along the centre line and
0.5 lux minimum in the 1 m central band. Use published data in the form
of spacing tables for the luminaires to determine the positions taking into
account the mounting height.
5
Establish the open areas used as escape routes and other open areas
Provide 0.5 lux minimum in the core area. Use published data (as above) to
larger than 60 m 2 and establish mounting heights of luminaires above
determine the positions.
the floor.
6
Establish the position of lifts, escalators, toilets, control/plant rooms,
pedestrian walkways in covered car parks.
Provide emergency luminaires in all of these areas.
7
Establish the location of any first aid point or fire equipment not on an
escape route or open area.
Provide 5 lux emergency illuminance on the floor in the vicinity of the
point. This also applies for a first aid room.
8
Establish the toilet areas.
Provide emergency lighting for toilets larger than 8 m 2, as if they were
open areas. For toilets smaller than 8 m 2, unless illuminated by borrowed
emergency light from another area, provide at least one emergency
luminaire. Provide emergency lighting to all disabled toilets.
9
Establish any small lobbies with no borrowed light.
Provide emergency lighting.
10
Establish any central power supply (if used) is in an area of low risk
away from other switchgear or plant.
Position the central power supply in its own room in fire-proof
construction.
If the building use is known:
11
Establish any need for stand-by lighting.
Provide generators as required. If the response time is longer than 5 seconds, then transitional,
alternative or additional emergency lighting must be provided.
12
Establish any special needs for the occupants such as impaired mobility
Provide additional emergency lighting to reduce the risk to those people to help them evacuate
or impaired sight.
the premises. This applies to designated refuge areas (which may require the provision of
Establish the location of any high risk task areas and the normal lighting
Provide 10% of the normal illuminance (lux) or 15 lux minimum.
emergency voice communication).
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illuminance (lux) in these areas.
14
Establish if there are any dust or dirt problems.
Allow a service factor as appropriate. 0.8 is allowed for normal areas, but for dusty environments
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Establish any local regulations.
13
Establish if there is any dimmable lighting and shopping malls.
Provide maintained emergency lighting.
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Establish whether people would be “unfamiliar” with the escape routes.
Provide maintained exit signs.
0.5 may be required, or alternatively instigate a regular cleaning procedure.
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Provide emergency lighting to comply with the regulations.
Establish the use of the premises:
Recommended Minimum Duration:
– entertainment (including temporary such as licensed evening dance at a school)
3 hr
– sleeping risk
3 hr
– residential special care
3 hr
– non-residential care
1 hr
– public access non-residential
1 hr
– industrial
1 hr
– multi-storey dwelling over 10 storeys
3 hr
Note : because the duration times are varied, it is customary in the UK to use 3 h.
Note: for points 5 and 6 the luminaires positioned near points of emphasis can be moved slightly within the 2 m horizontal tolerance to fit in with the spacing or array of emergency
luminaires in the escape route or open area. This checklist is for guidance purposes only and does not form an exhaustive list of all requirements to standards and legislation, which
should be reviewed when undertaking emergency lighting system design. ‘60Hz’ option available on request, please contact Emergi-lite.
Please refer to ICEL (Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting) for updates and/or additional information [www.ICEL.co.uk]
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Technical reference
Spacing data
In the UK, Building Regulation 2000 : B1 covers the provision of safe
and effective means of escape from a building.
Approved Document B (2000) (ADB) is a published guide
to the Building Regulations, which specifies that
standards for the installation of escape lighting should be
according to BS 5266 Part 1.
We recommend that a copy of relevant local standards are
obtained prior to any design work.We are pleased to supply
data for any of our luminaires in LUMDAT format, for use with
Relux or similar lighting packages.
BS 5266 Part 1:2005 is the umbrella standard which refers to
BS 5266 Part 7:1999 (EN 1838), defining emergency lighting
levels of minimum 1.0 lux on the centre line of an escape
route, and 0.5 lux minimum for open areas larger than 60m2.
We offer the following data for guidance to assist with design
work to BS 5266 requirements. Data is shown for a selection
of 8W luminaires, for a typical 2.5 metre ceiling height.
British Standards are recognised worldwide, or are commonly
used as the basis of local standards. NFPA 101 Life Safety
Code standards require an average of 10.8 lux with not less
that 1.1 lux at any point for escape routes.
Slave 230V 50Hz luminaires
Part no.
Page
Escape route (min 1 lux) normal risk
Anti panic (min 0.5 lux) open area
Transverse
to wall
Axial
to wall
Transverse
spacing
Axial
spacing
Transverse
to wall
Transverse Axial
spacing
spacing
Axial
to wall
Silver-Scape RB
36
4.4
11.4
6.9
2.6
5.6
13.2
8.5
2.7
Day-Lite XW
37
3.9
11.0
5.8
2.2
5
13.4
7.5
2.8
38 and 40
2.8
7.5
6.4
2.4
3.3
8.7
7.3
2.7
Weatherforce Bb
and WA (Opal)
Weatherforce
B and WA (Prismatic) 38 and 40
2.8
9.7
5.9
2.5
4
12
7.6
3.2
Way-Fer PL
41
2.8
7.6
5.7
2.1
3.8
9.8
7.1
2.8
Horizon OH
42
4.3
11.9
5.4
2.0
5.2
13.5
7
3.3
Silver-Lite AR
44
3.1
7.8
7.0
2.8
3.4
9.4
8.1
2.9
Horizon LED
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Mount
height
LED strip
2.5m
2.6
6.9
6.7
2.6
3.0m
2.6
7.3
7.2
2.7
4.0m
2.3
7.5
7.5
2.4
LED strip plus PX/LENS4 lens kit
2.5m
4.9
11.8
5.4
2.1
3.0m
4.7
13.2
5.8
1.8
4.0m
3.3
13.7
5.5
1.2
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Spacing data
Diagram 1
Diagram 2
D
Diagram 3
D
D
Luminaire
Luminaire
Disabled refuge
(Floor level)
H
Luminaire
Call point
H
H
800mm
1200mm
D - Distance to wall (m)
D - Distance to wall (m)
D - Distance to (imaginary) vertical intercept (m)
H - Ceiling height (m)
H - Ceiling height (m)
H - Ceiling height (m)
Serenga SR2, emergency spot light
Serenga SR2, emergency spot light
Serenga SR2, emergency spot light
Point of emphasis - Disabled refuge see diagram 1
Point of emphasis - Call point see diagram 2
Point of emphasis - Telephone see diagram 1
Mount
height
Mount
height
Mount
height
Minimum lux
Self-contained
Minimum lux
Self-contained
Minimum lux
Self-contained
2.5m
1.6
7.2
2.5m
1.5
15.5
2.5m
1
24.6
2.8m
1.8
7.2
2.8m
1.7
12.7
2.8m
1.1
20.4
3.2m
1.9
6.3
3.2m
1.9
8.15
3.2m
1.2
14.1
3.7m
2.1
5.5
3.7m
2.1
5.56
3.7m
1.5
9.7
4.0m
2.3
5.05
4.0m
-
-
4.0m
1.9
7.58
Slave 230V
Slave 230V
Slave 230V
2.5m
1.5
8.2
2.5m
1.5
17.8
2.5m
1
28.3
2.8m
1.7
7.1
2.8m
1.75
13.3
2.8m
1.15
21.4
3.2m
2
6.6
3.2m
2
9.5
3.2m
1.4
15.2
3.7m
2.3
5.9
3.7m
2.4
6.64
3.7m
1.5
11.2
4.0m
2.4
5.7
4.0m
2.5
5.46
4.0m
1.75
9.06
Serenga SR2, escape lens A
Serenga SR2, escape lens B
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Mount
height
Minimum lux
Mount
height
6.85
19.30
SR2-DEG-230
2.8m
4.84
18.21
0.5m
1.85
3.60
3.2m
4.05
18.25
1.0m
2.35
4.90
3.7m
3.6
15.45
2.0m
3.00
6.90
4.0m
3.5
11.75
SR2-DEG-M3
Self-contained
2.5m
Minimum lux
Self-contained
0.5m
1.82
3.58
20.97
1.0m
2.32
4.80
7.33
20.52
2.0m
2.92
6.63
4.63
19.42
3.7m
4.13
17.92
4.0m
3.93
17.02
Slave 230V
2.5m
7.13
2.8m
3.2m
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Technical reference
Spacing data
Way-Fer PLX 8 Watt / LED
Horizon OH / OZ 8 Watt
Horizon OH / OZ 8 Watt
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Escape route(min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Mount
height
Mount
height
Mount
height
Fluorescent 8 W T5
2.8m
3.8
11.1
5.4
1.9
2.8m
3.9
9.9
5.8
2.1
3.0m
3.6
11.2
5.5
1.8
3.0m
4.0
10.2
5.9
2.0
2.6
11.0
5.5
1.4
3.5m
4.0
10.7
6.0
1.8
0.8
10.6
5.2
0.7
4.0m
3.7
11.2
5.9
1.4
–
–
–
–
6.0m
–
10.1
3.2
–
–
–
–
–
8.0m
–
–
–
–
2.5m
2.8
7.6
5.7
2.1
4.0m
2.2
8.0
6.1
1.7
3.5m
5.0m
–
7.2
5.7
–
4.0m
6.0m
1.6
8.0m
LED strip
2.5m
2.2
7.3
4.5
3.0m
2.5
7.0
4.5
0.9
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
4.0m
-
3.7
2.8
-
2.8m
5.6
14.8
6.8
2.7
2.8m
4.9
12.0
7.3
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
3.0m
5.6
15.1
7.0
2.7
3.0m
5.1
12.3
7.6
2.9
Fluorescent 8 W T5
3.5m
5.5
15.7
7.4
2.7
3.5m
5.4
13.2
8.0
3.0
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
2.9
2.5m
3.8
9.8
7.1
2.8
4.0m
5.3
15.8
7.6
2.6
4.0m
5.6
14.0
8.2
2.9
4.0m
4.0
11.1
8.3
3.0
6.0m
–
14.5
7.1
–
6.0m
5.1
16.0
8.2
1.6
5.0m
3.6
11.4
8.6
2.8
8.0m
–
3.2
2.8
–
8.0m
–
15.0
5.8
–
2.3
LED strip
2.5m
4.0
10.1
6.1
3.0m
4.2
10.8
6.4
2.3
4.0m
3.4
9.8
6.4
1.7
Silver-Lite AR 8 Watt / LED
Day-Lite Ex-cel XXW 8 Watt / LED
Silver-Scape RB 8 Watt / LED
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Mount
height
Mount
height
Mount
height
Fluorescent 8 W T5
Fluorescent 8 W T5 170 lumens
Fluorescent 8 W T5
2.5m
1.8
5.1
4.7
1.7
2.5m
2.9
8.5
4.7
1.6
2.5m
2.65
7.81
4.53
1.36
4.0m
–
4.7
4.3
–
4.0m
–
7.8
3.9
–
4.0m
–
6.89
3.06
–
6.0m
–
–
–
–
6.0m
–
–
–
–
6.0m
–
–
–
–
0.3
LED strip
Fluorescent 8 W T5 100 lumens
LED strip
2.5m
2.3
6.0
5.5
2.2
2.5m
1.65
6.0
3.55
0.5
2.5m
0.6
5.8
3.3
4.0m
1.8
6.3
5.9
1.8
4.0m
–
2.7
0.5
–
3.0m
–
2.7
2.5
–
6.0m
–
4.2
4.1
–
6.0m
–
–
–
–
4.0m
–
–
–
–
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
LED strip
Fluorescent 8 W T5
2.5m
1.98
3.97
2.4
–
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
Fluorescent 8 W T5
2.5m
2.6
7.2
6.1
2.3
3.0m
2.04
4.09
1.0
–
2.5m
5.59
13.57
8.44
3.39
4.0m
1.9
7.2
6.2
1.6
4.0m
2.04
4.09
–
–
4.0m
6.18
16.48
9.92
3.58
6.0m
–
–
–
–
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
6.0m
5.68
17.59
10.09
2.72
Fluorescent 8 W T5 170 lumens
LED strip
LED strip
2.5m
3.1
7.5
7.0
2.8
2.5m
4.6
12.3
6.4
2.5
2.5m
3.9
9.3
6.2
1.7
4.0m
3.2
8.6
7.9
3.0
4.0m
4.2
12.6
6.8
2.0
3.0m
1.4
8.0
5.9
1.3
6.0m
2.2
8.8
8.3
2.2
6.0m
–
–
–
–
4.0m
–
7.6
3.9
–
1.7
Fluorescent 8 W T5 100 lumens
2.5m
3.3
9.7
5.2
4.0m
1.0
9.5
5.5
0.7
Cordona CPW 28 Watt
6.0m
–
–
–
–
Clear polycarbonate 28 W 2D
2.5m
2.50
5.00
3.55
7.10
3.0m
2.50
5.00
3.58
7.17
Mount
height
4.0m
3.33
6.67
2.69
5.38
2.5m
7.9
3.0m
8.0
4.0m
8.1
LED strip
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Technical reference
Spacing data
Camarque CLQ 28 Watt / 38 Watt
Opal 28 W 2D
Weatherforce B / WA
8 Watt (opal diffuser)
Weatherforce B / WA 8 Watt
(clear prismatic diffuser)
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Mount
height
Mount
height
Mount
height
2.0m
6.0
2.5m
2.2
6.4
5.6
1.9
2.5m
1.4
4.5
4.2
1.3
2.5m
6.3
4.0m
0.7
5.9
5.2
0.4
4.0m
–
2.9
3.0
–
–
–
–
–
6.0m
–
–
–
–
3.0m
6.5
6.0m
4.0m
6.5
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
Opal 38 W 2D
2.5m
3.2
8.5
7.3
2.8
2.5m
2.6
7.2
6.1
2.3
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
4.0m
3.0
9.1
7.8
2.6
4.0m
1.9
7.2
6.2
1.6
2.0m
8.1
6.0m
–
–
–
–
6.0m
–
–
–
–
2.5m
8.4
3.0m
8.7
4.0m
8.9
Aqualux OW / STF 8 Watt
Aqualux OW / STF 11 Watt
Previx PX LED
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Escape route (min. 1 lux) + normal risk
Mount
height
Mount
height
Mount
height
2.8m
3.9
9.9
5.8
2.1
2.8m
4.3
10.7
7.8
3.0
2.5m
2.6
6.9
6.7
2.6
3.0m
4.0
10.2
5.9
2.0
3.0m
4.5
11.0
8.0
3.1
3.0m
2.6
7.3
7.2
2.7
3.5m
4.0
10.7
6.0
1.8
3.5m
4.7
11.7
8.3
3.1
4.0m
2.3
7.5
7.5
2.4
4.0m
3.7
11.2
5.9
1.4
4.0m
4.8
12.3
8.6
3.1
LED strip plus PX/LENS4 lens kit
6.0m
-
10.1
3.2
-
6.0m
2.7
13.0
8.5
1.4
2.5m
4.9
11.8
5.4
8.0m
-
-
-
-
8.0m
-
9.1
5.6
-
3.0m
4.7
13.2
5.8
1.8
4.0m
3.3
13.7
5.5
1.2
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
Anti panic (min. 0.5 lux) open area
2.8m
4.9
12.0
7.3
2.9
2.8m
5.3
12.9
9.6
3.9
3.0m
5.1
12.3
7.6
2.9
3.0m
5.5
13.3
9.9
4.0
3.5m
5.4
13.2
8.0
3.0
3.5m
5.9
14.3
10.5
4.2
4.0m
5.6
14.0
8.2
2.9
4.0m
6.2
15.1
11.1
4.3
6.0m
5.1
16.0
8.2
1.6
6.0m
6.5
17.9
12.3
4.3
8.0m
-
15.0
5.8
-
8.0m
4.0
19.0
10.4
2.8
2.1
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Legends Guide
Euro pictogram format
Single sided & safety equipment signs
Model
Serenga SER
Format
Screen printed
(curved)
Screen printed
(normal)
Horizon OH
–
–
SER-SC012
Aqualux OW / STF
Previx PX / PXR
Screen printed
Perspex
screen printed
Screen printed
(back-lit)
Self-adhesive
(edge-lit)
Screen printed
–
–
–
–
–
SER-SN012
XE02H
XE20HS
XE02W
RSE2W
XE02PX
SER-SC010
SER-SN010
XE03H
XE30HS
XE03W
RSE3W
XE03PX
SER-SC011
SER-SN011
XE06H
XE60HS
XE06W
RSE6W
XE06PX
SER-SC013
SER-SN013
XE05H
XE50HS
XE05W
RSE5W
XE05PX
SER-SC802
SER-SN802
XLF-SN802
XLF802HS
XLF802W
-
-
SER-SC803
SER-SN803
XLF-SN803
XLF803HS
XLF803W
-
-
Silver-Lite ARV
Endurance EM
Navigator Compact
VE / DVE
Navigator EE
Navigator Performa EE
Screen printed
(black)
Model
Way-Fer PLX
Format
Self-adhesive
sticker
Perspex
screen printed
Screen printed
Screen printed
Screen printed
Screen printed
(white)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
RSE2PL
XE02PL
XE02A31
ESS012
XE02V31
XE02E31
XE02E4
RSE3PL
XE03PL
XE03A31
ESS010
XE03V31
XE03E31
XE03E4
RSE6PL
XE06PL
XE06A31
ESS011
XE06V31
XE06E31
XE06E4
RSE5PL
XE05PL
XE05A31
ESS013
XE05V31
XE05E31
XE05E4
Silver-Scape RB
Corniche NB
Weatherforce DV
Weatherforce B / WA
Day-Lite Ex-cel XXW
Screen printed
Screen printed
Double sided
fitted
Self-adhesive
sticker
Self-adhesive sticker
–
–
–
RSE120
RSE23560X
XE02A31
XE02NT31
–
RSE2120
RSE2X
XE03A31
XE03NT31
–
RSE3120
RSE3X
XE06A31
XE06NT31
–
RSE6120
RSE6X
XE05A31
XE05NT31
–
RSE5120
RSE5X
Model
Format
The standard ‘Signs Directive’ format is shown above. Other legend formats with different arrow directions, HTM65 format (below), BS 5499 mixed ‘image/word’
and foreign language variants are available by special request.
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Euro pictogram format
Double sided signs
Model
Horizon OH
Way-Fer PLX
Silver-Lite ARV
Endurance EM
Format
Panel
screen printed
Perspex
screen printed
Screen printed
Screen printed
–
XE022PL
XE02/2A32
EDS021
XE36HD
XE036PL
XE03/6A32
EDS020
XE55HD
XE055PL
XE05/5A32
EDS022
Silver-Scape RB
Corniche NB
Weatherforce DV
Screen printed
Screen printed
Double sided
fitted
XE02/2A32
XE02/2NT32
(Suffix) XE22
XE03/6A32
XE03/6NT32
(Suffix) XE36
XE05/5A32
XE05/5NT32
(Suffix) XE55
Model
Format
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ISO 7010 format
Single sided
Model
Serenga SER
Format
Screen printed
(curved)
Screen printed
(normal)
Horizon OH
–
–
SER-SCN12
Aqualux OW / STF
Previx PX
Screen printed
Panel
screen printed
Screen printed
(back-lit)
Self-adhesive
(edge-lit)
Screen printed
–
–
–
–
–
SER-SNN12
XEN2H
XEN20HS
XEN2W
RSEN2W
XEN2PX
SER-SCN10
SER-SNN10
XEN3H
XEN30HS
XEN3W
RSEN3W
XEN3PX
SER-SCN11
SER-SNN11
XEN6H
XEN60HS
XEN6W
RSEN6W
XEN6PX
SER-SCN13
SER-SNN13
XEN5H
XEN50HS
XEN5W
RSEN5W
XEN5PX
Silver-Lite ARV
Endurance EM
Navigator Compact
VE / DVE
Navigator EE
Silver-Scape RB
Screen printed
Model
Way-Fer PLX
Format
Self-adhesive
sticker
Perspex
screen printed
Screen printed
Screen printed
Screen printed
Screen printed
(white)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
RSEN2PL
XEN2PL
XEN2A31
ESSN12
XEN2V31
XEN2E31
XEN2A31
RSEN3PL
XEN3PL
XEN3A31
ESSN10
XEN3V31
XEN3E31
XEN3A31
RSEN6PL
XEN6PL
XEN6A31
ESSN11
XEN6V31
XEN6E31
XEN6A31
RSEN5PL
XEN5PL
XEN5A31
ESSN13
XEN5V31
XEN5E31
XEN5A31
Corniche NB
Weatherforce DV
Weatherforce
B /WA
Day-Lite Ex-cel XXW
Guideway
Screen printed
Double sided
fitted
Self-adhesive
sticker
Self-adhesive sticker
Screen printed
–
–
–
RSEN23560X
–
XEN2NT31
–
RSEN2120
RSEN2X
XEN2EG
XEN3NT31
–
RSEN3120
RSEN3X
XEN3EG
XEN6NT31
–
RSEN6120
RSEN6X
XEN6EG
XEN5NT31
–
RSEN5120
RSEN5X
XEN5EG
Model
Format
Single sided (Flag mounted)
Model
Guideway
Format
Screen printed
XEN602EG
XEN603EG
XEN606EG
XEN605EG
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Double sided signs
Model
Way-Fer PLX
Silver-Lite ARV
Endurance EM
Format
Perspex
screen printed
Screen printed
Screen printed
XEN22PLD
XEN2/2A32
EDSN21
XEN36PLD
XEN3/6A32
EDSN20
XEN55PLD
XEN5/5A32
EDSN22
Silver-Scape RB
Corniche NB
Weatherforce DV
Screen printed
Screen printed
Double sided
fitted
XEN2/2A32
XEN2/2NT32
XEN2/2DV32
XEN3/6A32
XEN3/6NT32
XEN3/6DV32
XEN5/5A32
XEN5/5NT32
XEN5/5DV32
Model
Format
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Index
Order code classification
Part No.
Page
Part No.
Page
11140002/30
Page
33
Part No.
CTSER-M3V2-003
Page
54
Part No.
ELD9500.016
122
LS3L1*
58
11140004/30
33
CTSER-M3V2-003
55
ELD9500.030
122
NB/BFM07
67
11140005/30
33
CTSR2-DAD-M3
15
ELD9500.030/60
122
NB/BWM07
67
AE01
50
CTSR2-DEA-M3
13
ELD9500.036F
122
OH/BCM
27
AE04
50
CTSR2-DSB-M3
14
ELD9500.036.2F
122
OH/BWM
28
AE05
50
CTSR2-SAM3-D1
17
ELD9500.036FRW
122
OH/BWM
29
AE06
50
CTSR2-SAM3-EF1
19
ELD9500.036.2FRW
122
OH/WG
27
AR011
51
CTSR2-SEM3-A1
16
ELD9500.039
122
OH/WG
29
AR041
51
CTSR2-SEM3-BC1
18
ELD9500.048F
122
OH13161HF
29
AR051
51
CTSR2-SWM3-G1
20
ELD9500.048FRW
122
OH13161LTC
29
AR061
51
CTSR2Q-DAD-M3
15
ELD9500.120
122
OH1L261HF
27
AR2LS
51
CTSR2Q-DEA-M3
13
ELD9500.910
122
OH23161
29
29
AR3LS
50
CTSR2Q-DSB-M3
14
ELD9500.917
122
OH33161
AR3LS
51
DB1LS1HEXE*
66
ELD9500.918
122
OH3L261
27
ARV23
51
DV3311XE*
66
ELD9500.920
122
OHD1LS61HF
28
ARV33
51
DV3LS1XE*
66
ELD9500.921
122
OHD3LS61
28
B1311*HF
67
DWA1311HFXE*
66
ELD9500.923
122
OW/BCM
39
B1LS1HF
67
EDN020
31
ELD9500.924
122
OW/BCM
41
B2311*
67
EDN021
31
ELD9500.925
122
OW/BCM
42
B2LS1
67
EDN022
31
ELD9600.001
126
OW/BWA
39
B3311*
67
EE3311
68
ELD9600.002
126
OW/BWA
41
B3LS1
67
EE4323
68
ELD9600.003
126
OW/BWA
42
B4321*
67
EG-T4EG
22
ELD9600.004
126
OW/BWM
40
BBZ
66
EG-T4EG
23
ELD9600.010
126
OW/BWM
41
BK XL
35
EG-T4SG
22
EMF-001
32
OW/BWM
42
C-LTC230HF
122
EG-T4SG
23
EMH-001
32
OW/DSC
40
C-LTC230HFRW
122
EG-TKIT100
24
EMR-TWKIT-001
33
OW13161HF
41
C-LTC4WHF
122
EG-TKIT100
25
EMS-001
33
OW13161LTC
41
C-LTC4WHFRW
122
EG-TKIT50
24
EMV-001
32
OW16161HF
41
C-LTC70HF
122
EG-TKIT50
25
ENV50-001
31
OW16161LTC
41
C-LTC70HFRW
122
EG1LS1-S22
24
ESN010
31
OW1L261HF
39
CLQ/BKA
45
EG1LS1-S32
25
ESN011
31
OW1L261HF
40
CLQ/GA
45
EG1LS1LTC-S22
24
ESN012
31
OW1L261LTC
39
CLQ/SA
45
EG1LS1LTC-S32
25
ESN013
31
OW1L261LTC
40
CLQ/SR
44
EG3LS1-S22
24
ETULNM3-005
74
OW23161
41
CLQ/SR
45
EG3LS1-S32
25
HL1553
72
OW26161
41
CLQ/WA
45
EGR1LS1-S22
22
HL203E3
73
OW33161
41
CLQ1L601
44
EGR1LS1-S32
23
HL551*
72
OW36161
41
CLQ28M
44
EGR1LS1LTC-S22
22
HL551E3
73
OW3L261
39
CLQ28PHF
44
EGR1LS1LTC-S32
23
HL551PC
72
OW3L261
40
CLQ4L81
44
EGR3LS1-S22
22
HLWG
71
OW3L261LS
39
CPW/BZ
46
EGR3LS1-S32
23
HLWG
72
OW3L261LS
40
CPW1L6014
46
ELD0077.009
122
HV203
71
OZ13161HF
29
CPW28HF
46
ELD9100.120
106
HVBC
71
OZ13161LTC
29
CPW28M
46
ELD9100.121
106
HY-MBK
76
OZ1L261HF
27
CPW4L814
46
ELD9100.122
106
HY1L2HF
76
OZ23161
29
CTEG3LS1-S22
24
ELD9100.123
106
HY3L2
76
OZ33161
29
CTEG3LS1-S32
25
ELD9100.130
106
IR2-TESTWARE™
83
OZ3L261
27
CTEGR3LS1-S22
22
ELD9100.131
106
IR2-TX
83
OZD1LS61HF
28
CTEGR3LS1-S32
23
ELD9100.132
106
LR1L1*HF
57
OZD3LS61
28
CTSER-M3-003
53
ELD9100.133
106
LR2L1*
57
PL/BCM
63
CTSER-M3-003
54
ELD9100.134
106
LR3L1*
57
PL/BCM
65
CTSER-M3-003
55
ELD9100.135
106
LS1L1*HF
58
PL/BPM
64
CTSER-M3V2-003
53
ELD9100.136
106
LS2L1*
58
PL/BPM
65
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PL/WG
63
Part No.
RSEN2W/RSEN2W
Page
40
Part No.
SER-SCN12
Page
54
Part No.
STF23161
Page
PL/WG
65
RSEN2X
59
SER-SCN12
55
STF26161
42
PL1LS1HF
63
RSEN3120
67
SER-SCN13
54
STF33161
42
PL1LS1HF
64
RSEN3W
40
SER-SCN13
55
STF36161
42
PL1LS1HF
65
RSEN3W/RSEN6W
40
SER-SN802
53
VE1LS*HF
62
PL2LS1
63
RSEN3X
59
SER-SN803
53
VE3LS*
62
PL2LS1
64
RSEN5120
67
SER-SNN10
53
VE8LS*
62
PL2LS1
65
RSEN5W
40
SER-SNN11
53
VEBACK
62
PL3LS1
63
RSEN5X
59
SER-SNN12
53
WA2321*
67
PL3LS1
64
RSEN6120
67
SER-SNN13
53
XBN1EG22
22
PL3LS1
65
RSEN6W
40
SI230DIM
126
XBN1EG22
24
PL8LS1
63
RSEN6X
59
SI230DIM-S
126
XBN1EG32
23
PL8LS1
64
SER-230-003
53
SR2-CCAW
13
XBN1EG32
25
PL8LS1
65
SER-230-003
54
SR2-CCAW
14
XE22
66
PWL113E
69
SER-230-003
55
SR2-CCAW
15
XE36
66
PX/BCM
35
SER-230LTC-003
53
SR2-DAD-230
15
XE36HD
28
PX/BWM
35
SER-230LTC-003
54
SR2-DAD-230LT
15
XEN02/2A32
50
PX/DSLKIT
36
SER-230LTC-003
55
SR2-DAD-M3
15
XEN02A31
50
PX/LENS4
35
SER-BZKIT
53
SR2-DEA-230
13
XEN03/6A32
50
PX/LENS4
37
SER-BZKIT
54
SR2-DEA-230LT
13
XEN03A31
50
PX1LS1HF
35
SER-FB2D
55
SR2-DEA-M3
13
XEN05A31
50
PX1LS1HF
36
SER-FB4D
55
SR2-DSB-230
14
XEN06A31
50
PX1LS1HF
37
SER-FE2D
53
SR2-DSB-230LT
14
XEN20HS
28
PX1LS1LTC
35
SER-FE2DS
53
SR2-DSB-M3
14
XEN22
66
PX1LS1LTC
36
SER-FE4D
53
SR2-LENS2
14
XEN22A32
61
PX1LS1LTC
37
SER-FE4DS
53
SR2-LENS2
15
XEN22NT32
48
PX3LS1
35
SER-FS2D
54
SR2-LENS2
16
XEN22PLD
64
PX3LS1
36
SER-FS2DS
54
SR2-LENS2
17
XEN2A31
61
PX3LS1
37
SER-FS4D
54
SR2-SA230-D1
17
XEN2E31
68
PXR1LS1HF
36
SER-FS4DS
54
SR2-SA230-EF1
19
XEN2EG22
22
PXR1LS1HF
37
SER-M3-003
53
SR2-SA230LT-D1
17
XEN2EG22
24
PXR1LS1LTC
36
SER-M3-003
54
SR2-SA230LTC-EF1
19
XEN2EG32
23
PXR1LS1LTC
37
SER-M3-003
55
SR2-SAEM3-EF1
19
XEN2EG32
25
PXR3LS1
36
SER-M3V2-003
53
SR2-SAM3-D1
17
XEN2H
27
PXR3LS1
37
SER-M3V2-003
54
SR2-SE230-A1
16
XEN2NT31
48
RAU/240V
64
42
107
SER-M3V2-003
55
SR2-SE230-BC1
18
XEN2PL
RB00
60
SER-RKIT1000
53
SR2-SE230LT-A1
16
XEN2PX
35
RB1LS1HF
60
SER-RKIT1000
54
SR2-SE230LT-BC1
18
XEN2PX
36
RB1LS1HF
61
SER-RKIT150
53
SR2-SEM3-A1
16
XEN2V31
62
RB2311
60
SER-RKIT150
54
SR2-SEM3-BC1
18
XEN2W
39
RB2LS1
60
SER-RKIT300
53
SR2-SW230-G1
20
XEN30HS
28
RB3311
60
SER-RKIT300
54
SR2-SW230LT-G1
20
XEN36
66
RB3LS1
60
SER-RKIT500
53
SR2-SWM3-G1
20
XEN36A32
61
RB3LS1
61
SER-RKIT500
54
SR2Q-DAD-230
15
XEN36NT32
48
RB8LS1
60
SER-SC802
74
SR2Q-DAD-230LT
15
XEN36PLD
64
RB8LS1
61
SER-SC802
54
SR2Q-DAD-M3
15
XEN3A31
61
RE00
61
SER-SC802
55
SR2Q-DEA-230
13
XEN3E31
68
RSEN 2PL
63
SER-SC803
74
SR2Q-DEA-230LT
13
XEN3EG22
22
RSEN 3PL
63
SER-SC803
54
SR2Q-DEA-M3
13
XEN3EG22
24
RSEN 5PL
63
SER-SC803
55
SR2Q-DSB-230
14
XEN3EG32
23
RSEN 6PL
63
SER-SCN10
54
SR2Q-DSB-230LT
14
XEN3EG32
25
RSEN120
67
SER-SCN10
55
SR2Q-DSB-M3
14
XEN3H
27
RSEN2120
67
SER-SCN11
54
STF13161HF
42
XEN3NT31
48
RSEN2W
40
SER-SCN11
55
STF16161HF
42
XEN3PL
64
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Index
Order code classification
Part No.
Page
Part No.
Page
XEN3PX
35
XLF803W
XEN3PX
36
XPL1LS83HF
75
XEN3PX / XEN6PX
36
XPL1LS83LTC
75
XEN3V31
62
XPL3LS83
75
XEN3W
39
XTR
59
XEN50HS
28
XW1LS11HF
59
XEN5A31
61
XW2LS11
59
XEN5E31
68
XW3LS11
59
XEN5EG22
22
XW8LS11
59
XEN5EG22
24
XXW23111
59
XEN5EG32
23
XXW33111
59
XEN5EG32
25
XEN5H
27
XEN5NT31
48
XEN5PL
64
XEN5PX
35
XEN5PX
36
XEN5V31
62
XEN5W
39
XEN602EG22
22
XEN602EG22
24
XEN602EG32
23
XEN602EG32
25
XEN603EG22
22
XEN603EG22
24
XEN603EG32
23
XEN603EG32
25
XEN605EG22
22
XEN605EG22
24
XEN605EG32
23
XEN605EG32
25
XEN606EG22
22
XEN606EG22
24
XEN606EG32
25
XEN606EG32
23
XEN60HS
28
XEN6A31
61
XEN6E31
68
XEN6EG22
22
XEN6EG22
24
XEN6EG32
23
XEN6EG32
25
XEN6H
27
XEN6NT31
48
XEN6PL
64
XEN6PX
35
XEN6PX
36
XEN6V31
62
XEN6W
39
XLF-SN802
27
XLF-SN803
27
XLF802HS
28
XLF802W
39
XLF803HS
28
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