Bardic Emergency Lighting Product Catalogue 2016

Bardic Emergency Lighting Product Catalogue 2016
AUSTRALIA
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Overview
The intention of the Building Code of Australia
(BCA) is to efficiently establish minimum, nationally
consistent Standards, to ensure buildings are
designed, constructed and maintained with
consideration for important long term safety and
health objectives. This includes the safeguarding
of occupants from injury and provides specification
for adequate lighting upon the failure of normal
artificial lighting during an emergency.
Scope of the BCA?
The BCA specifies the objectives under
emergency conditions and establishes functional
statements to assist in warning occupants of
an emergency and to assist in managing the
evacuation process with clear identification of
exits and the paths to travel. Covering a number
of building types, functions and sizes, the BCA
provides classification based on the buildings
performance requirements providing verification
methods to qualify the risk has been limited so far
as reasonably practicable.
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Level 1
Objectives
Level 2
Functional
Statements
Level 3
Performance Requirements
Compliance
Levels
Building Solutions
Level 4a
Alternative Solutions
Deemed-to-Satisfy
Provisions
Assessment Methods
Documentary evidence described in A2.2
Verification Methods
Expert Judgments
Comparison to Deemed-to-Satisfy Provisions
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Guidance
Levels
Level 4b
Management of Emergency and
Exit Lighting Safety
As with other industries, BARDIC adopts a five step
process in validating compliance of an emergency
and exit lighting system. It is this system which
provides the backbone for the following industry
related information.
Step 1 – Perform a site risk assessment which will
formalise the building classification in addition to
identifying hazards and what risk those hazards
present. Once the assessment is complete, the
requirement, if any, for emergency and exit lighting
will be established and a decision can be made
as to what risk reduction is required to meet the
objective.
Step 2 – Develop the risk controls for the safety
system which can include emergency and exit
lighting, plus complimentary measures such as
fire safety systems, exclusion zones, training and
inductions.
Step 3 – Specify the emergency and exit lighting
measures for risk reduction to achieve the functional
requirements.
Step 1 - Risk Assessment
Step 2 - Risk Controls
Step 3 - Specify Requirements
Step 4 - Design
Step 5 - Validate
Step 4 - Design the emergency and exit lighting
system according to the specifications from step 3
and verify that the design meets the requirements
at each stage.
Step 5 – Audit, inspect and test the system at the
defined proof test intervals to validate the system
against the performance requirements of the BCA.
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Verify
Glossary of Terms
Availability - The ability of an emergency or exit light to be in a state to perform its required function
under emergency conditions at a given instant of time or over a given time interval, assuming that the
required external resources are provided. The ability depends on the combined aspects of the reliability
performance, the maintainability performance and the maintenance support performance.
Centrally supplied (emergency lighting) system - An emergency lighting system in which a number of
exit signs, or emergency luminaires, or both, are supplied from a common power source.
Combined emergency luminaire - A luminaire which contains two or more lamps, where the normal
lighting has at least one lamp energised from the normal lighting supply and the other from the emergency
lighting supply at least one of which is energised from the emergency lighting supply and the others
from the normal lighting supply. The emergency lamp(s) in a combined emergency luminaire are either
maintained or non-maintained.
Compound self contained - An emergency luminaire having mounted within 2 meters of it, a battery, a
battery charger, inverter (where used) and the controls necessary for sensing failure of the normal supply
and for changing over to the emergency supply, and vice versa.
Designated area - A specific area within a building that is required to be provided with emergency escape
lighting.
Dwelling unit - A self-contained suite of rooms, including cooking and bathing facilities and intended for
long-term residential use.
Emergency escape lighting - That part of emergency lighting that provides illumination for the safety of
people leaving an area or attempting to terminate a dangerous process before vacating an area.
Emergency lighting - Lighting for use when the supply to the normal lighting fails; it includes emergency
escape lighting, illuminated emergency exit signage, high-risk task-area lighting and standby lighting.
Emergency luminaire - A luminaire which is designed for use in an emergency lighting system.
NOTES:
• Emergency luminaires are required to be classified in accordance with AS/NZS 2293.3. A bare
lamp unit may serve as an emergency luminaire provided that it has been appropriately classified.
An emergency luminaire may be integral with a normal lighting luminaire or may be a completely
separate unit.
Illuminated emergency exit signage (exit sign) - Those parts of an emergency lighting scheme intended
to communicate the path of travel to a required exit by displaying appropriate images.
Indirect lighting - A system in which most of the light is provided by reflection from ceilings, walls or other
surfaces.
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Glossary of Terms
Low illuminance area internally illuminated exit sign - A sign consisting of light emitting or light
transmitting green symbols on an opaque background. Referred to herein as a ‘low illuminance area exit
sign’.
Luminaire - Equipment which houses the lamp(s) and directs the light in desired directions. It includes
items necessary for fixing, protecting and operating the lamp(s).
Maintained emergency luminaire - Luminaire in which all emergency lighting lamps are energised at all
times when normal or emergency lighting is required.
Emergency Luminaire Type
Normal Operation
(Mains Operating)
Emergency Operation
(Mains Failed)
Maintained
Non-Maintained
Combined Maintained
Combined Non-Maintained
(Sustained)
Maintenance records - A logbook in a durable hard-bound cover, or an alternative system approved by
the regulatory authority, shall be provided for the recording of maintenance information. The following
details shall be entered:
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All commissioning and inspection details
Any corrective action taken
The names of persons responsible for carrying out the maintenance work and the date the work was
completed
The logbook or alternative records system shall be kept on the premises at all times.
Monitored supply - The electrical supply to normal lighting luminaires, failure of which is sensed by the
emergency lighting system.
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Glossary of Terms
Mounting height - The vertical distance between the underside of a luminaire and the floor.
Non-maintained emergency luminaire - Luminaire in which all emergency lighting lamps are in operation
only when the supply to the normal lighting fails.
Non-maintained illuminated emergency exit sign - Definition as for non-maintained emergency
luminaire.
Normal lighting - All installed electric lighting supplied from the designated normal power supply.
Pictorial element - A combined symbol (i.e. arrow or figure in doorway) and contrasting background to
create an exit sign display.
Reasonably Practicable - Means doing what is, or was at the time, reasonably able to be done, taking
into account and weighing up all relevant matters.
Reliability -The capability of a component or a system to function correctly over a given period of time
and under certain operating conditions, includes no maintenance.
Required in-service duration - The duration of operation of the emergency lighting system.
Self-contained emergency luminaire - An emergency luminaire containing a battery, a battery charger
and the controls necessary for sensing failure of the normal supply and for changing over to the emergency
supply, and vice versa.
Single-point (emergency lighting) system - A system of emergency lighting employing only selfcontained type emergency luminaires.
Sustained emergency luminaire - Alternative name for a combined, non-maintained emergency
luminaire.
Sustained illuminated emergency exit sign - Definition as for sustained emergency luminaire.
Single-point (emergency lighting) system - A system of emergency lighting employing only selfcontained type emergency luminaires.
Sustained emergency luminaire - Alternative name for a combined, non-maintained emergency
luminaire.
Sustained illuminated emergency exit sign - Definition as for sustained emergency luminaire.
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Standards and Regulations
Industry standards and regulations add value to industry as they are developed by industry for industry,
they supplement our experience, provide a benchmark, aid in defence or used as evidence, challenge
our views and long standing practices.
Regulations are legally enforceable and offer both a general application in prescribing minimum
standards, or they may also define specific requirements related to a particular hazard with reference to
National Standards.
Codes of Practice should be followed and provide practical advice for duty holders in achieving the
standards set under the OH&S Acts, in addition to formalising preventative strategies on how to manage
risks.
Australian Standards are a set of documents designed to ensure the reliability of products, services and
safety systems to perform consistently as they were intended. The Australian Standard for Emergency
Lighting is AS/NZS 2293 parts 1, 2 and 3.
The Building Code of Australia is maintained on behalf of the Australian and the State and Territory
Governments, the Building Code of Australia (BCA) is the first two volumes of the National Construction
Codes. Introduced in 1996, BCA96 was adopted nationally between 1997 and 1998, after ongoing
development, BCA2015 is the current amendment.
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Building Classification
The purpose for which a building is designed and adapted will determine a Building’s Classification, which can
include a number of classes for buildings of mixed use. Building Classifications are established to provide a uniform
set of provisions for designers, specifically referencing emergency lighting, exit signs and warning systems within
Part E - service and equipment.
Class
Class 1
Description
Example
Class 1(a)
A detached house or one of a group of two or more dwellings
separated by a fire resisting wall.
Terrace house, town house or
villa unit.
Class 1(b)
A hostel or boarding house with floor areas ≤300m² and in
which ≤12 persons would normally be resident and used for
short term accommodation.
Boarding house, guest house,
hostel.
Class 2
A building containing 2 or more sole-occupancy units each being a separate
dwelling.
Flats, apartments.
Class 3
A residential building with long term or transient living of unrelated people.
Boarding house, backpackers
and residential parts of hotels
and schools.
Class 4
A dwelling unit which forms part of a commercial building.
Building managers apartment or
shop owners flat.
Class 5
An office building.
Lawyers or accountants office
Class 6
A building or shop where goods and services are sold direct to the public.
Café, milk bar, shop within a
hotel or hairdresser.
Class 7
Class 7(a)
A carpark.
Carpark.
Class 7(b)
A building for the wholesale of goods or storage.
Electrical wholesalers.
Class 8
A laboratory or production workshop for trade, sale or gain.
Class 9
Class 9(a)
A health care building.
Class 9(b)
An assembly building within a primary or secondary school.
Class 9(c)
An aged care building.
Class 10
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A non-habitable structure.
Packaging facility, factory or
assembly workshop.
School hall, school workshop.
Private garage, carport, shed or
fire shelter.
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Deemed-to-Satisfy Provision
As a performance based code, the BCA sets out the following deemed to satisfy provisions for requirements of
emergency lighting: An emergency lighting system must be installed (in summary):
Area / Location
Building Class
1(a)
1(b) 2
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7(a) 7(b) 8
9(a) 9(b) 9(c)
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Every passageway, corridor or
hallway of a >300m² storey
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Every room >100m² of a >300m²
storey that does not open to a space
that has emergency lighting or an
open space
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Every room with a floor area >300m²
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A sole occupancy unit with a floor
area >300m²
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A sole occupancy unit where the exit
does not open to an open space
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In every fire isolated stairway,
passageway and ramp
Every passageway, corridor or
hallway >6m from the entrance
doorway of any sole occupancy
unit to the nearest doorway opening
directly to a fire-isolated stairway,
fire-isolated passageway, fire-isolated
ramp, external stairway, external
balcony, a road or open space
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In every required non-fire-isolated
stairway
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Every room or space with public
access of every >300m² storey
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Every public-accessible area in a
storey that is >20m from the nearest
doorway leading to a stairway, ramp,
passageway, road or open space
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Deemed-to-Satisfy Provision
Area / Location
Building Class
1(a)
1(b) 2
3
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7(a) 7(b) 8
9(a) 9(b) 9(c)
Every room or space with public
access in every storey if the egress
path involves a vertical rise
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Every room or space with public
access if the storey provides a path
of travel from any other storey
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Every passageway, corridor or
hallway serving a treatment area or
ward area
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Every patient care room having a
floor area >120m²
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Aged care buildings except within
sole-occupancy units
Every required fire control centre
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System Performance, Arrangement and Control
AS/NZS 2293 part 1 specifies the requirements for the design, installation and control of emergency lighting systems
within buildings. The objective of the BCA is to safe guard occupants from injury by providing adequate lighting,
which specifies:
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0.2 lux, minimum, at floor level in general areas
1 lux at floor level in every stairway, ramp or fire isolated passageway
To validate compliance with both the Standards and BCA, the emergency lighting system must also fulfill the
following requirements:
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Commissioning test duration – provide 0.2 lux at floor level for 1.33 x in service time, commonly referred to as
120 minutes
On failure of the electrical supply to the general lighting, the emergency lighting system must provide 0.2 lux for
an in service time duration of not less than 90 minutes
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Installation Design Criteria
Where buildings have been defined as requiring emergency lighting by the BCA, emergency lighting systems,
including exits and emergency luminaires, are required to be installed through the designated areas, in summary:
Emergencies
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Within 2 metres of the approach side of each doorway requiring an exit
Within 2 metres of the intersection of centre-lines of intersecting corridors or
each change of direction
Within 2 metres of any change of floor level, on the low side
Stairwells
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A spacing of twice the horizontal distance from the luminaire to the
furthermost wall of the stairwell
A mounting height equal to 1.5 times the vertical distance between the
luminaire and the lowest landing which it serves
Exit Signs
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Mounting heights shall not be less than 2 metres and not more than 2.7metres
above floor level, or immediately above the doorway if the doorway is higher
than 2.7metres
Maximum Viewing Distance Categories
Running man diffuser height (mm)
Maximum viewing distance (m)
≥100 <150
16
≥150 <200
24
≥200 <250
32
250
40
Spacing
Within AS/NZS 2293.1, maximum spacing tables are provided based on a luminaire classification. Classification
must be provided by the manufacturer with third party certification, for example the following table is a direct
reference from AS/NZS2293.1:
Luminaire Classification
Maximum Spacing’s (m)
Mounting Height (m)
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2.1
2.4
2.7
3
3.3
3.6
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D32 (m)
15.4
16.1
16.7
17.2
17.6
18.0
18.5
D40 (m)
16.7
17.4
18.0
18.6
19.1
19.6
20.1
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Spacing
Notes:
1. Not all downlight style emergency luminaires will have
the same classification as highlighted between the
economy FASTLite and premium LG2 listed below.
Dependent on the coverage area, more FASTLite
units will be required to provide 0.2 lux at floor level
in open areas.
2. Spacing distances are based on the center to center
distance between two fittings, where an emergency
luminaire is positioned next to a wall for example, the
distance will be half.
3. Emergency luminaires such as LED battens will have
different classifications for their transverse (C0) and
longitudinal (C90) vertical planes.
In addition to the location of exits and emergency luminaires, additional emergency luminaires may be required to
achieve 0.2 lux along the path of egress from the building, in applications such as corridors and the like. Spacing of
emergency luminaires can be defined by a number of methods:
Manufacturers Data
NATA Classification
FLITE
Maximum Spacings (m)
Mounting Height (m)
2.1
2.4
2.7
3
3.6
4
5
C0 – D32 (m)
15.4
16.1
16.7
17.2
18.0
18.5
19.5
C90 – D32 (m)
15.4
16.1
16.7
17.2
18.0
18.5
19.5
BARDIC provide NATA certified spacing tables for each emergency luminaire and combined exit and
emergency luminaires, for example: BARDIC FASTLITE Economy Emergency Luminaire.
NATA Classification
LG2
Maximum Spacings (m)
Mounting Height (m)
2.1
2.4
2.7
3
3.6
4
5
C0 – D50 (m)
18.0
18.7
19.4
20.1
21.2
21.8
23.2
C90 – D50 (m)
18.0
18.7
19.4
20.1
21.2
21.8
23.2
BARDIC LG2 LifeGuard Emergency Luminaire
**** Care should be taken when selecting emergency luminaires to qualify the classification data.
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Installation and Wiring
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Battery/Power Location
There are two commonly referred to power supplies
for emergency lighting:
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Self contained
Centrally supplied
Self Contained
Self contained or single point luminaires have an
integral battery and charger system with its input
power source generally supplied by a dedicated,
unswitched lighting circuit. In the event of a power
disruption of the subcircuit supplying power to the
general lighting within a building, the emergency
supply from the integral battery is activated
automatically and energises the emergency
luminaire’s light source, providing adequate lighting
throughout the designated egress path of the
building.
Image 1. is an example schematic for self-contained
emergency escape luminaires and exit signs on the
same circuit as normal luminaires.
Image 2.
Centrally Supplied
Centrally supplied luminaires are basically a
light source with its emergency power source
and associated charging and control equipment
generally located in a remote room or enclosure.
The emergency power source may be located in a
room with battery systems associated with building
monitoring, fire safety or evacuation systems.
Image 2. is an example schematic for centrally
supplied emergency escape luminaires and exit
signs.
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Labelling
Warnings
Where products such as test switches or socket outlets are used to control and power emergency lighting
systems, where such a device which if turned off or removed, will cause the emergency lighting to operate,
shall have the following label attached on or immediately adjacent to it:
“WARNING: INTERRUPTING SUPPLY WILL DISCHARGE EMERGENCY LIGHTING BATTERIES”.
Identification
Emergency luminaires will be provided with the included symbol which is to be visible when the
luminaire is installed.
Inspection and Maintenance
To ensure the emergency lighting system is in a state of readiness for operation, periodic inspection and
maintenance of the system is required.
General Requirements
Each site must maintain a register of the periodic inspection and maintenance activities within a hard
bound logbook. The logbook must be kept on site and contain information relating to:
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Luminaire identification and location, circuit identification and location, battery voltage readings,
discharge test results, diffuser / light source appearance observation
Any corrective action taken
The names of persons responsible for carrying out the maintenance work and the date the work was
completed
Intervals
Australian Standard AS/NZS 2293.2,1995 states that exit and emergency lighting systems must be tested
in accordance to the procedures described below, and not exceed intervals of greater than specified,
which is 6 months.
In accordance with AS/NZS 2293.2 emergency lighting systems are required to be certified periodically,
by conducting a 90 minute discharge test.
Single Point Unit-Six Monthly Test Procedure
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Before conducting the required 6 monthly test, a check should be made to ensure there has not been
an interruption to the mains power supply within the last 16 hours
Check that emergency luminaires of the directional beam type, if used, are aimed in such a manner
that the beam will not be directed into the eyes of persons moving through the designated area
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Inspection and Maintenance
Manual Discharge Test
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Simulate a mains failure which will force the exit and emergency luminaires into battery operation.
The luminaires shall remain illuminated on battery supply, providing 0.2 lux at ground level, for a
period of no less than 90 minutes
Record the results of the discharge test and restore the mains power while making sure that the
charging indicator operates correctly
Automatic Discharge Test
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While the automatic test is performed a visual check needs to be performed of the operational status
of each of the units
Single Point Unit-Twelve Monthly Procedure
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Complete all requirements of six monthly test
Clean all light-emitting and reflective surfaces
Visually check to ensure that emergency and exit lighting system operates in correct relationship to
normal lighting
Testing Facilities
In compliance with AS/NZS 2293, BARDIC offer a range of options for emergency and exit luminaire
testing. This includes the traditional manual discharge test using key operated test kits, through to
self-contained and centralised automatic discharge facilities, both of which can be transferred between
standard off the shelf fittings at the end of the design life period.
Manual Discharge Testing Facilities
To test the sate of readiness of each emergency and exit luminaire, a momentary button, which is
accessible from the outside of the luminaire, is provided on each fitting. Pressing the test button will test
the battery and emergency operation of the fitting. In addition, each fitting will include a visual indicator
of the battery charging status.
Typically within the local distribution board, a manual test facility will simulate a mains failure and
commence a battery discharge test. The test facility must:
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Be capable of being manually reset
Automatically reset to the normal state at the conclusion of the discharge test
Each test switch must be labeled with “Emergency escape lighting and exit sign test switch”.
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Is a summary only and is not intended to cover all information relating to its subject matter.
Is current as at January 2016.
Does not constitute advice. Designing a lighting system and product selection should only be undertaken by qualified people.
Should not be relied upon and is not a substitute for following all applicable standards and regulations.
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Inspection and Maintenance
Self-Contained Automatic Discharge Testing Facilities
Automatic discharge testing facilities incorporated into emergency and exit luminaires offer a number of functional
benefits, including:
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No requirement for a manually operated or monitored test switch
Reduction in test interval times, tests are conducted automatically every 91 days
Inspection verification can be performed during normal work times
Emergency and exit luminaires can be connected to the unswitched active of a general lighting circuit
Flexibility to move fittings between general lighting circuits in the event of building redesigns
The automatic discharge testing facility reports the testing status using the following indicators:
Charge Indicator
TEST Switch
Charge Indicator
TEST Switch
Charge Indicator
TEST Switch
Charge Indicator
TEST Switch
Charge Indicator
TEST Switch
Yellow LED ON
Red LED ON
Normal mode passed last test. Battery on charge.
Yellow LED OFF
Red LED OFF
Exit / emergency luminaire on test. Mains supply off.
Yellow LED flashing 4 seconds
ON 1 second OFF
Red LED ON
Exit / emergency luminaire passed the 90 minute test in
previous 5 days. Battery on charge.
Yellow LED flashing
continuously Red LED ON
Exit / emergency luminaire failed the 90 minute test.
Battery on charge.
Yellow LED flashing for 5
seconds Red LED ON
Manual test command accepted, test delayed to allow
battery to recharge. Battery on charge.
SENTINEL
SENTINEL
SENTINEL
SENTINEL
SENTINEL
Red LED is normally on and steady, but is off during periods of test and main failure.
Centralised Automatic Discharge Testing Facilities
In addition to manual and automatic testing facilities, BARDIC provides centralised automatic discharge testing
facilities. Centralised testing offers all the advantages of self contained automatic testing whilst adding a number of
additional features:
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Centralised monitoring, testing and reporting via email
Remote inspection, maintenance, testing and commissioning
100 year test scheduling
On site fitting identification
Self-healing properties for quick repair time
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Is a summary only and is not intended to cover all information relating to its subject matter.
Is current as at January 2016.
Does not constitute advice. Designing a lighting system and product selection should only be undertaken by qualified people.
Should not be relied upon and is not a substitute for following all applicable standards and regulations.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can an internally illuminated exit sign be used to perform the dual role of illuminated exit signage and
emergency escape luminaire?
Yes, provided the exit has been independently classified by a certifying body for use as an emergency luminaire.
If I make a change to my building what effect does this have on the emergency lighting system?
AS/NZS 2293.1 Clause 1.7 states that every alteration of, or addition to an existing installation shall be deemed
to be a new installation and all relevant provisions of this standard shall apply to every such alteration or addition.
Can I use the word EXIT?
It is recommended that the running man pictogram signs, introduced in 2005, be
used for new buildings or refurbishments where an entire building or floor’s exit signs
are being changed. This is to represent the latest and best practice which is relevant
when considering OH&S and civil liability issues. However, if only a limited number
of signs are being changed, it may be prudent to use existing ‘EXIT’ signage as to
avoid confusion, running man pictogram and ‘EXIT’ signage should not be integrated
down the same egress paths. For sites where repair or maintenance is required and
pre-existing ‘EXIT’ signage are installed, either the ‘EXIT’ or running man pictogram
sign may be used . Other arrangements may be considered on a project by project
basis, with approval of the applicable local authority.
Can I have a single EXIT with 2 arrows?
Three running man pictograms were released in conjunction with AS2293.1:2005. They were running man ahead,
running man arrow right, and running man arrow left. When replacing an existing ‘EXIT’ with right and left arrows
with the new running man pictogram, then two exit luminaires are required to achieve this – One with running man
left, and the other with running man right. However, as per the BCA, we are only required to direct a person towards
to shortest path to an exit therefore, pick a direction.
What is the maximum allowable recharge time for a battery charger for an emergency light fitting?
Care must be taken when selecting emergency and exit lighting products to meet Australian Standards. AS/NZS
2293.1 requires batteries to be recharged within a period of no more than 16 hours, after which the luminaire must
be able to perform its rated emergency function for a minimum of 90 minutes.
What coverage do your customers have directly after a discharge test before the batteries are recharged?
As stated under AS/NZS 2293.1 Clause 4.3, the risks immediately after a discharge test, where a building will be
without effective emergency lighting, are considered acceptable.
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Is a summary only and is not intended to cover all information relating to its subject matter.
Is current as at January 2016.
Does not constitute advice. Designing a lighting system and product selection should only be undertaken by qualified people.
Should not be relied upon and is not a substitute for following all applicable standards and regulations.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use photo luminescent material (PLM) or glow-in-the-dark exits?
Use of PLM has been adopted into the National Construction Code of Australia (NCC) in May 2014. However,
please note the following compliance requirements in addition to the PLM exit sign, which makes the use of PLM
not commercially viable:
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A maintained dedicated, uninterrupted light source continuously illuminating 100 lux onto the face of the sign
AS/NZS 2293.1 Clause 5.4.1 requires an emergency luminaire to be installed within 2 metres of an exit door or
typically where exit signs are located
Must provide 30mcd/m² for 90 minutes minimum
Have its performance verified
I have a freezer-room application and would like to have my control gear mounted externally from the
emergency luminaire. Does this comply with the Standards?
A self contained luminaire becomes a compound self contained luminaire when the battery and control gear is
enclosed separately from the light source e.g. emergency downlights. However, the distance between the battery/
control gear enclosure and the light source shall not be more than 2 metres apart, otherwise it is deemed as a
central supplied luminaire, which will require fire rated cable and a fire rated battery/control gear enclosure.
Why don’t emergency floodlights have an emergency classification?
The amount of light produced by emergency floodlights with rotatable lamp heads can vary based on their set angle
e.g. having one lamp head pointing left and the other pointing right would produce a different light concentration
compared to having both lamp heads pointing straight ahead. As such, it is not possible to classify the emergency
performance of an emergency floodlight. On a side note, care must be taken such that high-powered floodlights
shall either be concealed from view aimed in such a manner that the beam will not be directed into the eyes of
persons moving through the designated area. Highly directional luminaires, if aimed incorrectly, may seriously
impair the visual capabilities of persons using the escape route because of the resulting glare.
What is the difference between economy and premium emergency luminaires?
Generally speaking, you get what you pay for. Economy products have a reduced battery capacity which directly
relates to reduced efficacy of the emergency light source. This typically leads to an emergency classification that
is less superior to the premium products, resulting in more emergency luminaires required to achieve the minimum
light levels for compliance in the event of an emergency. The reduced battery capacity also results in reduced
longevity of the luminaire. Economy products also do not have the required intelligence for integrated or remote
monitoring technologies.
Are exit signs required to be maintained?
Exit signs must be illuminated as long as the building is occupied by a person who has a legal right to be there.
Provisions must also be provided for night shift workers, after-hours guests, security officers, cleaners and
emergency personnel.
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Is a summary only and is not intended to cover all information relating to its subject matter.
Is current as at January 2016.
Does not constitute advice. Designing a lighting system and product selection should only be undertaken by qualified people.
Should not be relied upon and is not a substitute for following all applicable standards and regulations.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between sealed lead acid, NiCd and LiFePO4 battery technologies?
Sealed lead acid batteries are the cheapest to replace and typically last between 3-5 years. It has the largest
footprint, is the heaviest and is the least tolerant to heat compared to the other battery types. NiCd generally has a
service life of 5-7 years. It has the best tolerance to high temperatures and an incredibly robust battery. However,
it contains carcinogen agents and toxic heavy metals that harm the environment. LiFePO4WER lithium technology
is the latest development in battery storage. It can provide a design life of up to 10 years, has high power density,
provides over 2000 charge cycles, has good thermal stability and is truly environmentally sustainable. On the
flip side, it has a very strict set of charging criteria. Overcharging or undercharging by 1% could affect 10% of its
longevity and performance. Also, it must be adequately protected otherwise an overly-discharge lithium cell cannot
be brought back to life.
DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this and any related publications is intended as a guide only. Every
care has been taken to ensure that the information given is accurate at time of publication. Neither BARDIC nor
any of the manufacturers portrayed in this and any related publications accept responsibility for any errors or
omissions contained therein nor any misapplication resulting from such errors or omissions. Risk assessments
should be conducted by authorised persons. The purchaser and installer are responsible for ensuring the any safety
system(s) incorporating these products complies with all current regulations and applicable standards. Products are
subject to change without notice and may differ from any illustration(s) provided. All products offered for sale are
subject to BARDIC standard conditions of sale, a copy of which is available on application.
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Our History is Rich, and Stems From Decades of Emerging Technology
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BARDIC Delivering Safe Emergency Solutions for More Than 40 Years
BARDIC is a trusted brand, delivering quality emergency and exit solutions to the Australian and New
Zealand market for more than 40 years. BARDIC has a long history, stemming back to the early 1970s
when BARDIC was first introduced to the Australian market. Since the introduction of BARDIC, the brand
has maintained a strong position in the market, designing and manufacturing various emergency lighting
products from the early fluorescent lighting battens to today’s LED LightSaver with lithium ion technology.
Today, BARDIC continues to supply off the shelf product lines for emergency and exit lighting solutions.
Included in the product portfolio is centrally monitored custom solutions for building owners, maintenance
managers and contractors seeking emergency lighting with energy efficient capabilities and a long lasting
design life.
The BARDIC product portfolio ranges from traditional 10W emergency luminaires and application
specific products such as weatherproof, circular and floodlight fixtures, with a strong focus on design
and installation options. BARDIC continues to develop the range with the introduction of combined
LED and lithium battery solutions, multipurpose all in one units, all with self-testing or central monitoring
capabilities.
Profound Knowledge and Experience
Our team have a profound level of knowledge and experience within the emergency and exit lighting
market. We build, design and sell the best quality solutions with a team of qualified and skilled design
engineers, product development, research and sales personnel, to deliver the BARDIC brand.
Our products are quality checked and comply with all relevant Standards. BARDIC was the first brand in
the Australian market to design, manufacture and sell a self testing system called SENTINEL; today the
product remains a valuable tool in delivering safe, maintenance free solutions.
We have strong alliances with external industry professionals and work with academic institutions,
government bodies and industry professionals to design and engineer future BARDIC innovations within
the emergency lighting industry.
Our Competitive Advantage
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Australia’s largest Emergency Classification ratings
Energy efficient and environmentally sustainable solutions
A truly diverse and independent centrally monitored control system
Future proof design with backwards compatibility for legacy products
Internal engineering and design resources
BARDIC is a well established and respected brand across industry
All products are approved and tested in compliance to all relevant AS/NZ Standards
In house product customisation and development
Lighting Council Australia members
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Emergency and Exit Lighting Solutions for a Diverse Market
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Exit Luminaires
Emergency Luminaires
Self Testing Systems
Monitored Systems
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4 year warranty on battery
Sustainable power
Long-life electronic components
Premium LiFePO4WER battery
technology
10 year design life
Switch mode power supply
Automation compatibility
Ultra low power consumption
High efficiency
High classification
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Central Battery Slaves
Diffusers
Replacement Batteries and Accessories
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High quality long-life electronic
components
Low power consumption
Premium NiCad battery
Switch mode power supply
Automation compatibility
2 year warranty
Exits
Emergency
SENTINEL
WINET
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Low maintenance
Fast and easy installation
Cost effective
Premium NiCad battery
1 year warranty
BARDIC, an MPower Brand
The BARDIC brand promotes the emergency lighting
portfolio within the MPower Group of companies (an
Australian owned and operated subsidiary of Tag
Pacific Limited) which includes MPower Products,
MPower Projects and MPower Pacific. The MPower
Group forms a strong alliance with a clear focus to
provide innovative, reliable power components and
solutions on a national and international level.
Our capabilities are like no other; we combine new
and traditional technologies using our technical knowledge and experience to design, engineer and
import dependable power products and solutions. From our products business comprising of emergency
lighting, batteries and solar to our solutions business including design, engineering, technical support
and full turn-key power systems, MPower has the energy to deliver.
Our products and solutions are used across various industries including solar and renewable energy,
utilities, commercial, government and defence, construction, oil, gas and mining and our customer base
is equally diverse, supplying to contractors and trades people, specifiers and consultants.
We have branches across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific and supply our product range to over
500 distribution outlets.
Want to know more about MPower? Read our Corporate Profile; to download a copy visit
www.mpower.com.au .
MPower Company Overview
Office Locations
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Australia
New Zealand
Employees
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Sales, engineering, administration, finance, operations, HR and marketing
Accreditations
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ISO9001
ISO14001
ISO18001
AS/NZ4801
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FAST LED Batten
Features and Benefits
• Cost effective one-to-one direct replacement for traditional fluorescent battens
• High quality long life LED’s with guaranteed 50,000 hours continuous operation
• Low energy consumption
• Compatible with optional microwave dimming motion sensor
• Premium high temperature 70°C NiCd battery
• Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS / NZS 2293
Hybrid WINET RF / CABLE Monitoring System
Features and Benefits
• Web-based system incorporating wireless Zigbee® and wired LonWorks®
technology
• Dynamism and versatility of mesh networking and free topology technologies
to ensure full site coverage, regardless of what the deterrent is
• Compatible with off-the-shelf BARDIC PREMIUM or LiFePO4WER branded
products
• Remotely monitor, control and test the system
• Manage the installation and removal of components
• Assign fittings to individual groups
• Maintain integrity of lights by ensuring tests are performed regularly
and properly as per AS/NZS 2293
• Log test results and print as required
• Manage and schedule maintenance activities
• Provide long-term cost savings
LiFePO4WER LifeGuard-X
Features and Benefits
• High temperature lithium batteries with
LiFePO4WER technology
• Ultra bright, high performance Osram LED light source
• Low standby power consumption
• One-size-fits-all two piece disc both with large disc (150mm) and
small disc (85mm)
• Unobtrusive, discreet and flat profile
• Complete with flex and plug
• Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS / NZS 2293
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LiFePO4WER EZY-X
Features and Benefits
• High temperature lithium batteries with LiFePO4WER technology
• Latest LED technology with bright and uniform light distribution
• Low standby power consumption
• Versatile installation – ceiling, wall or chain mounted
• Complete with running man diffuser pack
• Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS / NZS 2293
LiFePO4WER BLADE-X
Features and Benefits
• High temperature lithium batteries with LiFePO4WER technology
• Sleek and unobtrusive
• Excellent illumination in mains and emergency modes
• Wall, ceiling or side surface mountable
• Complete with running man decal pack
• Low standby power consumption
• Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS / NZS 2293
LiFePO4WER TWINSPOT-X
Features and Benefits
• High temperature lithium batteries with LiFePO4WER technology
• Ultra bright, high performance 2 x 10W LED floodlights
• IP65 Weatherproof rated
• 10 minute time delay ‘off’ function to allow high bay lights to strike following restoration of AC mains supply
• Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS / NZS 2293
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WINET Central Monitoring and Control System
Part Number: WN1 (node), SS2 (SmartServer)
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WINET RF Central Monitoring and Control System
BARDIC WINET RF™ is the intelligent choice for building owners,
maintenance managers or service agents, exploring ways to reduce
building maintenance costs and increase efficiencies. Designed to
manage and monitor emergency lighting assets remotely and seamlessly,
the BARDIC WINET RF™ saves time, money and ensures safety
standards are followed. A complete web-based, wireless mesh network
that monitors, controls and manages an emergency lighting system, all
from the click of a mouse.
Part Number: WNRF1 (node), SMARCO (Smart Area Controller)
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SENTINEL Automatic Self Testing Unit
The SENTINEL Automatic Self Testing Unit is designed to a world standard and
automatically performs the routine tests specified by AS/NZS 2293. The Standard
requires exit and emergency lighting to be connected on a dedicated circuit and a
simulated circuit failure test to be performed every 6 months.
Features and Benefits
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No additional wiring
Test results reported via LED indicator
Easily retrofitted into any off-the-shelf BARDIC LiFePO4WER or PREMIUM
branded product
Automatically performs 120 minute discharge test on commissioning and 90
minute discharge test every 91 days thereafter
Complies with Australian and New Zealand Standards AS/NZS 2293
Part Number: S4
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include “/S4F” suffix into part number
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EMERGENCY LIGHTING
What is LiFePO4WER?
LiFePO4WER technology is a sustainable energy development that offers twice the battery life, twice
the maintenance-free period and is an environmentally friendly, advancement in sustainability, containing
no carcinogens or toxic heavy metals.
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Premium lithium battery technology
Li (Lithium) Fe (Iron) PO4 (Phosphate)
A long-life, reliable and environmentally friendly energy innovation
10 year design life
Truly sustainable - no carcinogens or toxic heavy metals
In-built automation capabilities with compatibility to WINET and SENTINEL
Extra long-life LED and electronic components
Switch mode power supply
Ultra low power consumption for generous return on investment
High classification, high efficiency and power factor
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LightSaver
The LightSaver LED batten range with LiFePO4WER
technology provides a unique and complete lighting
solution to the industry’s call for an energy-efficient,
long-life, reliable, environmentally sustainable and
robust luminaire to suit a diverse range of end user
applications and environments.
High
performance
LED’s,
next
generation
LiFePO4WER technology, intelligent microwave
sensing, and smart monitoring and testing facilities
can reduce maintenance and energy consumption by
up to 90%. Combined with 10 year design life batteries,
provides a very attractive return on investment and
low cost of ownership to the end user.
Features and Benefits
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LiFePO4WER technology
High performance Osram LED light source with guaranteed reliability and efficacy
Optional integrated microwave and daylight sensors
High efficiency Meanwell power supply
Innovative energy efficient LED-driver technology for low standby power consumption and high
illumination
Unique tube-like design with shatter-proof polycarbonate light diffuser
Prismatic diffusers or wire guards available separately
Fully tested and approved in accordance to AS/NZS 2293
LB12LS
Input
Output
Battery
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LB22LS
LB14LS
LB24LS
Operating Voltage
240V
240V
240V
240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
LED Array
1x600mm
2x600mm
1x1200mm
2x1200mm
Light Source
5700K Osram LEDs
5700K Osram LEDs
5700K Osram LEDs
5700K Osram LEDs
Function
Maintained /
non-maintained /
switched
Maintained /
non-maintained /
switched
Maintained /
non-maintained /
switched
Maintained /
non-maintained /
switched
Power
Consumption
9.6W
19.2W
19.2W
38.4W
Standby Power
Consumption
3W
6W
6W
12W
Type
LiFePO4WER lithium LiFePO4WER lithium LiFePO4WER lithium LiFePO4WER lithium
Charger
Advanced 3 stage
Advanced 3 stage
Advanced 3 stage
Advanced 3 stage
Protection
Short circuit,
overcharge and low
voltage disconnect,
thermal cut-off
Short circuit,
overcharge and low
voltage disconnect,
thermal cut-off
Short circuit,
overcharge and low
voltage disconnect,
thermal cut-off
Short circuit,
overcharge and low
voltage disconnect,
thermal cut-off
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
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LightSaver
LB12LS
Physical
Environment
LB14LS
LB24LS
IP Classifi cation
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
Weight
3.5kg
3.75kg
3.75kg
4.0kg
Length
620mm
620mm
1225mm
1225mm
Width
125mm
125mm
125mm
125mm
Height
65mm
65mm
65mm
65mm
Construction
Full anodised alumi- Full anodised alumi- Full anodised alumi- Full anodised aluminum, powder-coated num, powder-coated num, powder-coated num, powder-coated
white
white
white
white
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
D125
D200
D200
D400
C90
D63
D80
D100
D200
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Conformance C0
Intelligence
LB22LS
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
** Standby power consumption based on LED Batten fitted with optional microwave dimming motion sensor set to full standby mode
with batteries fully charged. Include “/MWS” suffix into part number for this optional upgrade
ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Description
D20
600mm prismatic diffuser
D40
1200mm prismatic diffuser
901875
600mm wire guard
901876
1200mm wire guard
LIP/4S1P/1500
Replacement battery to suit LB12LS, LB12LSWP
LIP/4S1P/3000/S
Replacement battery to suit LB22LS, LB22LSWP
LIP/4S1P/3000
Replacement battery to suit LB22LS, LB22LSWP
LIP/4S2P/3000
Replacement battery to suit LB24LS, LB24LSWP
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LightSaver Weatherproof
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
LB12LSWP
LB22LSWP
LB14LSWP
LB24LSWP
Operating Voltage
240V
240V
240V
240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
LED Array
1x600mm
2x600mm
1x1200mm
2x1200mm
Light Source
5700K Osram
LEDs
5700K Osram
LEDs
5700K Osram
LEDs
5700K Osram
LEDs
Function
Maintained /
non-maintained /
switched
Maintained /
non-maintained /
switched
Maintained /
non-maintained /
switched
Maintained /
non-maintained /
switched
Power Consumption
9.6W
19.2W
19.2W
38.4W
Standby Power
Consumption
3W
6W
6W
12W
Type
LiFePO4WER
LiFePO4WER
LiFePO4WER
LiFePO4WER
Charger
Advanced 3 stage
Advanced 3 stage
Advanced 3-stage
Advanced 3-stage
Protection
Short circuit, overcharge and low
voltage disconnect,
thermal cut-off
Short circuit, overcharge and low
voltage disconnect,
thermal cut-off
Short circuit, overcharge and low
voltage disconnect,
thermal cut-off
Short circuit, overcharge and low
voltage disconnect,
thermal cut-off
Autonomy
Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP66
IP66
IP66
IP66
Weight
5.0kg
5.25kg
5.25kg
5.5kg
Length
667mm
667mm
1270mm
1270mm
Width
170mm
170mm
160mm
160mm
Height
110mm
110mm
100mm
100mm
Construction
Body: fiberglass
reinforced
polyester
Diffuser:
polycarbonate
Body: fiberglass
reinforced
polyester
Diffuser:
polycarbonate
Body: fiberglass
reinforced
polyester
Diffuser:
polycarbonate
Body: fiberglass
reinforced
polyester
Diffuser:
polycarbonate
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
C0
D100
D160
D200
D400
C90
D25
D40
D50
D100
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
** Standby power consumption based on LED Batten fitted with optional microwave dimming motion sensor set to full standby mode
with batteries fully charged. Include “/MWS” suffix into part number for this optional upgrade
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EW
N
LightSaver
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3
3.6
4
5
C0 – D125 (m)
24.5
25.6
27.5
28.3
30.1
31.2
34.0
C90 – D63 (m)
19.4
20.3
21.1
21.8
23.0
23.7
25.2
LB12LS (Bare)
LB12LS + D20 (Diffused)
C0 – D100 (m)
22.7
23.7
24.6
25.5
27.0
27.9
29.8
C90 – D25 (m)
14.2
14.7
15.3
15.7
16.5
16.9
17.7
C0 – D200 (m)
28.6
29.9
31.1
32.2
34.2
35.3
37.9
C90 – D80 (m)
21.1
22.0
22.8
23.6
25.0
25.8
27.5
LB22LS (Bare)
LB22LS + D20 (Diffused)
C0 – D160 (m)
26.6
27.8
28.9
29.9
31.7
32.8
35.1
C90 – D32 (m)
15.4
16.1
16.7
17.2
18.0
18.5
19.5
C0 – D100 (m)
22.7
23.7
24.6
25.5
27.0
27.9
29.8
C90 – D25 (m)
14.2
14.7
15.3
15.7
16.5
16.9
17.7
C0 – D160 (m)
26.6
27.8
28.9
29.9
31.7
32.8
35.1
C90 – D40 (m)
16.7
17.4
18.0
18.6
19.6
20.1
21.3
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3
3.6
4
5
C0 – D200 (m)
28.6
29.9
31.1
32.2
34.2
35.3
37.9
C90 – D100 (m)
22.7
23.7
24.6
25.5
27.0
27.9
29.8
LB12LSWP
LB22LSWP
LB14LS (Bare)
LB14LS + D40 (Diffused)
C0 – D160 (m)
26.6
27.8
28.9
29.9
31.7
32.8
35.1
C90 – D40 (m)
16.7
17.4
18.0
18.6
19.6
20.1
21.3
C0 – D400 (m)
36.0
37.6
39.2
40.6
43.1
44.6
48.0
C90 – D200 (m)
28.6
29.9
31.1
32.2
34.2
35.3
37.9
LB24LS (Bare)
LB24LS + D40 (Diffused)
C0 – D320 (m)
33.4
35.0
36.4
37.7
40.0
41.4
44.5
C90 – D80 (m)
21.1
22.0
22.8
23.6
25.0
25.8
27.5
C0 – D200 (m)
28.6
29.9
31.1
32.2
34.2
35.3
37.9
C90 – D50 (m)
18.0
18.7
19.4
20.1
21.2
21.8
23.2
C0 – D400 (m)
36.0
37.6
39.2
40.6
43.1
44.6
48.0
C90 – D100 (m)
22.7
23.7
24.6
25.5
27.0
27.9
29.8
LB14LSWP
LB24LSWP
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PREMIUM
Flaglite Exit
The LEDA Exit provides excellent illumination in both mains and emergency
modes of operation. The design of the LEDA Exit luminaire provides easy
installation on any surface.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
Can be surface mounted on walls, ceilings or any flat surfaces
Can be recessed with optional recess kit available separately
‘Slide and connect’ base allows quick and easy installation
Use of latest LED technology provides high efficiency and ultra low
energy consumption for cost savings over time
Excellent illumination in both mains and emergency modes
Battery charging LED and TEST button included on the unit
LEDA/W
Input
Operating Voltage
240V
Frequency
50Hz
Light Source
10 x 0.2W Samsung LEDs
Function
Maintained
Power Consumption
2W
Type
High temperature nickel cadmium
Charger
Trickle / boost dual rate charge
Protection
Overcharge and full discharge
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP20
Weight
3.0kg
Length
300mm
Width
185mm
Height
60mm
Construction
Chassis: Flame retardant ABS
Diffuser: Acrylic Decals: Silk-screened polypropylene
Environment
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
Conformance
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
Intelligence
SENTINEL
Yes
WINET
Yes
Output
Battery
Physical
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F"
suffix into part number
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ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Description
RK/LEDA/W
Optional white recess kit
901890
Wall mount wire guard
901891
Ceiling mount wire guard
DECAL/LEDA/EX
“EXIT” decal pack
KRCH
Replacement batteries to suit
LEDA/W (2 pieces required)
PREMIUM
Flaglite Exit
The 10 Watt Recessed Flaglite Exit combines a slim, attractive
design with functionality.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
Maintained mode of operation
Discretely recesses into the building’s false ceiling
Single or double sided exit diffusers
Easy to install and remove for maintenance purposes
Premium 70°C high temperature nickel cadmium battery
Designed and tested in accordance with AS/NZS 2293
MFLNS
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Operating Voltage
240V
Frequency
50Hz
Light Source
1 x 10W Philips T8 fluoro
Function
Maintained
Power Consumption
14W
Type
High temperature nickel cadmium
Charger
Trickle / boost dual rate charge
Protection
Overcharge and low voltage disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP20
Weight
4.0kg
Length
410mm
Height
170mm
Width
125mm
Construction
Body: Sheet metal powder coat white
Diffuser: Acrylic
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
C0
D6.3
C90
E5
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
WINET
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
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PREMIUM
Flaglite Exit
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3.0
MFLNS + RMFLX1
C0 - D6.3 (m)
8.6
8.8
9
9.1
C90 - E5 (m)
6.6
7.2
7.4
8
ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Description
RMFLX1 - 3
Single sided running man Flaglite diffuser
RMFLD1 - 2
Double sided running man Flaglite diffuser
FLX1 - 6
Single sided “EXIT” Flaglite diffuser
FLD1 - 6
Double sided “EXIT” Flaglite diffuser
74670
Replacement battery to suit MFLNS
EZY All-In-One Exit
This slimline 3W LED wall or ceiling mounted all-in-one exit
comes complete with all variations of running man decals.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Latest LED technology with a high output strip of LED’s
Efficient and consistent light distribution
Low power consumption of 3W
LED operation > 50,000 hours
Stylish design
Versatile installation – ceiling, wall or chain mounted
Complete with running man diffuser pack
Over two hours of emergency lighting
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PREMIUM
EZY All-In-One Exit
EZYLED
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
Operating Voltage
240V
Frequency
50Hz
Light Source
6 x 0.5W Everlight LEDs
Function
Maintained
Power Consumption
3W
Type
High temperature nickel cadmium
Charger
Trickle / boost dual rate charge
Protection
Overcharge and low voltage disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP21
Weight
2.0kg
Length
375mm
Width
230mm
Height
70mm
Construction
Glass-filled ABS
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
C0
D3.2
C90
E2.3
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
WINET
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
ACCESSORIES
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3.0
Part Number
Description
C0 - D3.2 (m)
6.5
6.6
6.6
6.5
901890
Wall mount wire guard
C90 - E2.5 (m)
5.6
5.8
5.8
6..0
901891
Ceiling mount wire guard
DECAL/EZY/EX
DECAL/EZY/EX – “EXIT” decal pack
074707
Replacement batteries to suit EZYLED
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EW
N
•
•
•
•
•
Premium 70°C high temperature NiCd batteries
Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS / NZS 2293
Fast and easy installation
Low power consumption
Low maintenance
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PREMIUM
Weatherproof Exit
BARDIC has a complete range of weatherproof fittings. This 3W
LED weatherproof fitting is designed to utilise either an exit or
emergency diffuser. Luminaire bodies are manufactured from
high impact polycarbonate (IP66) to withstand the harshest
environmental and weather conditions.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
Weatherproof IP66 rated
Premium high temperature NiCad Batteries with dual rate
charger for maximum battery life
High temperature components for extended life
Designed and tested in accordance to AS/NZS 2293
M10NSWP
MLEDNSWP
EZYLED/WP
240V
240V
240V
Input
Operating Voltage
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Output
Light Source
1 x 10W Philips T8 fluoro
6 x 0.5W Everlight LEDs
6 x 0.5W Everlight LEDs
Function
Maintained
Maintained
Maintained
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
Power Consumption
14W
3W
3W
Type
High temperature nickel
cadmium
High temperature nickel
cadmium
High temperature nickel
cadmium
Charger
Trickle / boost dual rate
charge
Trickle / boost dual rate
charge
Trickle / boost dual rate
charge
Protection
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP66
IP66
IP65
Weight
3.0kg
3.0kg
2.0kg
Length
385mm
385mm
430mm
Height
185mm
185mm
300mm
Depth
135mm
135mm
160mm
Construction
Glass-filled
polycarbonate
Glass-filled
polycarbonate
ABS
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
C0
D8
E2.5
D3.2
C90
E10
E1.6
E2.3
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
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PREMIUM
Weatherproof Exit
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3.0
C0 - E2.5 (m)
5.6
5.8
5.8
6
C90 - E1.6 (m)
4.8
4.8
4.8
4.4
C0 - D8 (m)
9.4
9.7
9.9
10.1
C90 - E10 (m)
7.8
8.4
9
9.4
C0 - D3.2 (m)
6.5
6.6
6.6
6.5
C90 - E2.5 (m)
5.6
5.8
5.8
6.0
MLEDNSWP + RMWP1
M10NSWP + RMWP1
EZYLED/WP
ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Description
*RMWP1 - 3
Wall mount running man weatherproof diffuser
WPA
Wall / ceiling mount clear weatherproof diffuser
074709
Replacement battery to suit MLEDNSWP
901985
Replacement battery to suit M10NSWP
074707
Replacement battery to suit EZYLED/WP
*3 legends available per part number
Classic Exits
The Classic range of exit lights are a modular user friendly exit.
Regardless of the diffuser type or configuration, the body remains
the same.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Maintained mode of operation
Diverse choice of exit or emergency lighting diffusers
Automatic battery low voltage cut out to prevent over discharge
of the battery
Snap-fit diffuser design
Easy to install and remove for maintenance purposes
Robust sealed lead acid batteries
Glass filled polycarbonate body with high U.V stability and
flammability rating of V-0
Designed and tested in accordance with AS/NZS 2293
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PREMIUM
Classic Exits
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
M10S
MLEDS
Operating Voltage
240V
240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
Light Source
1 x 10W Philips T8 fluoro
6 x 0.5W Everlight LEDs
Function
Maintained
Maintained
Power Consumption
14W
3W
Type
Sealed lead acid
Sealed lead acid
Charger
Single rate constant voltage
Single rate constant voltage
Protection
Overcharge and low voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low voltage disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP21
IP21
Weight
3.0kg
3.0kg
Length
385mm
385mm
Height
255mm
255mm
Depth
100mm
100mm
Construction
Glass-filled ABS
Glass-filled ABS
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
ACCESSORIES
2.4
2.7
3.0
M10S + DRX Diffuser (Wall)
Part Number
Description
DRX
Wall mount diffuser c/w decal pack
C0 – D8 (m)
9.4
9.7
9.9
10.1
DTX
Ceiling mount diffuser c/w decal pack
C90 – E6.3 (m)
7.0
7.6
8.0
8.4
901874
Wall mount wire guard
901888
Ceiling mount wire guard
PB6/4.5
Replacement battery to suit M10S, MLEDS
M10S + DTX Diffuser (Ceiling)
C0 – D8 (m)
9.4
9.7
9.9
10.1
C90 – E8 (m)
7.4
8.0
8.4
9.0
MLEDS + DRX Diffuser (Wall)
C0 - D8 (m)
9.4
9.7
9.9
10.1
C90 - D5 (m)
7.8
8
8.1
8.2
MLEDS + DTX Diffuser (Ceiling)
C0 - D10 (m)
10.2
10.6
10.9
11.1
C90 - D8 (m)
9.4
9.7
9.9
10.1
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PREMIUM
Classic Options - Standard Diffusers
New DRX and DTX all-in-one diffusers now complete with all variations of pictogram and exit decals.
Part Number
Description
DRX
Wall mount diffuser c/w decal pack
DTX
Ceiling mount diffuser c/w decal pack
D50A
Wall/ceiling mount translucent emergency diffuser
Classic Options - Special Custom Diffusers
Part Number
Description
TXA
Triangular, two-faced, wall mounted diffuser - EXIT
RMTXA
Triangular, two-faced, wall mounted diffuser – RUNNING MAN
BXA
Box style, four sided, ceiling mounted diffuser – EXIT (4 legends on
each face to be specified)
RMBXA
Box style, four sided, ceiling mounted diffuser – RUNNING MAN (4
legends on each face to be specified)
DIF/SPECIAL
Other custom text screen printed diffusers
Classic Options - Low Illuminance Exit Diffusers
Description
Part Number
Wall mounted
RM1/TM
RM2/TM
RM3/TM
X1A/TM
X2A/TM
X3A/TM
X4A/TM
Ceiling mount, single
side
RMX1/TM
RMX2/TM
RMX3/TM
DS1A/TM
DS2A/TM
DS3A/TM
DS4A/TM
Ceiling mount, double
side
RMD1/TM
RMD2/TM
RMD2/TM
DE1A/TM
DE2A/TM
DE3A/TM
DE4A/TM
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PREMIUM
Jumbo Exits
BARDIC has a complete range of dedicated jumbo exits that
increase viewing distance, suited to larger areas and high
ceilings.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
32m or 40m viewing distance available
Excellent illumination and clear visibility
Easy to install and remove for maintenance purposes
Suitable for large areas or high ceilings
Designed and tested to comply with AS/NZS 2293
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
M118S
LB12LS
Operating Voltage
240V
240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
Light Source
1 x 18W T8 fluoro
High performance Osram LEDs
Function
Maintained
Maintained / non-maintained / switched
Power Consumption
28W
9.6W
Type
Sealed lead acid
LiFePO4WER lithium
Charger
Constant voltage
Advanced 3 stage
Protection
Overcharge and low voltage disconnect
Short circuit, overcharge and low voltage
disconnect, thermal cut-off
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP21
IP20
Weight
3.5kg
3.5kg
Length
620mm
620mm
Height
130mm
125mm
Depth
80mm
65mm
Construction
Folded sheet metal powder-coated white
Full anodised aluminum, powder-coated
white
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
C0
D50
D125
C90
D25
D63
C180
D80
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include “/S4F” suffix into part number
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PREMIUM
Jumbo Exits
ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Description
*RMGX1 – 3
Wall mount running man jumbo diffuser, 32m
*RMGX1 - 3 C1
Ceiling mount single sided running man jumbo diffuser, 32m
*RMGX1 - 3 C2
Ceiling mount double sided running man jumbo diffuser, 32m
*RMGX1 – 3 /40
Wall mount running man jumbo diffuser, 40m
*RMGX1 – 3 C1/40
Ceiling mount single sided running man jumbo diffuser, 40m
*RMGX1 – 3 C2/40
Ceiling mount double sided running man jumbo diffuser, 40m
901879
Ceiling mount wire guard suit 32m jumbo exit
901882
Wall mount wire guard suit 32m jumbo exit
*3 legends available per part number
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3.0
M118S + RMGX1 Diffuser (Wall)
C0 – D16 (m)
12.1
12.6
13.0
13.3
C90 – C16 (m)
8.3
8.8
9.3
9.7
M118S + RMGX1C1 Diffuser (Ceiling)
C0 – D16 (m)
12.1
12.6
13.0
13.3
C90 – C16 (m)
8.3
8.8
9.3
9.7
LB12LS + RMGX1 Diffuser (Wall)
C0 – D25 (m)
14.2
14.7
15.3
15.7
C90 – D10 (m)
10.2
10.6
10.9
11.1
LB12LS + RMGX1C1 Diffuser (Ceiling)
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C0 – D32 (m)
15.4
16.1
16.7
17.2
C90 – C32 (m)
10.0
10.7
11.3
11.8
WiNET
SmartSecureSeamless
CENTRAL MONITORING & CONTROL SYSTEM
BARDIC, an MPower brand offers integrated power
products and solutions that last the distance. To learn
more about BARDIC WINET, contact MPower.
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[email protected]
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PREMIUM
Emergency Battens
BARDIC has a complete range of dedicated emergency luminaires
that provide reliable illumination in the event of an emergency.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Maintained /non-maintained mode of operation
Wide base for flexibility of installation
Reliable and bright illumination in the event of an emergency
Prismatic diffusers and wire guards available
Automatic battery low voltage cut out device to ensure longer
battery life for the luminaire
Robust sealed lead acid battery
Designed and tested to comply with AS/NZS 2293
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
NM118S
M118S
Operating Voltage
240V
240V
240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Light Source
1 x 18W T8 fluoro
1 x 18W T8 fluoro
2 x 18W T8 fluoro
Function
Non-maintained
Maintained
Maintained
Power Consumption
6W
28W
46W
Type
Sealed lead acid
Sealed lead acid
Sealed lead acid
Charger
Constant voltage
Constant voltage
Constant voltage
Protection
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP21
IP21
IP21
Weight
3.5kg
3.5kg
3.5kg
Length
620mm
620mm
620mm
Width
130mm
130mm
130mm
Height
80mm
80mm
80mm
Construction
Folded sheet metal
powder-coated white
Folded sheet metal
powder-coated white
Folded sheet metal
powder-coated white
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
C0
D50
D50
D50
C90
D25
D25
D25
C180
D80
D80
D80
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
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PREMIUM
Emergency Battens
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
NM136S
M136S
M236S
Operating Voltage
240V
240V
240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Light Source
1 x 36W T8 fluoro
1 x 36W T8 fluoro
2 x 36W T8 fluoro
Function
Non-maintained
Maintained
Maintained
Power Consumption
12W
46W
82W
Type
Sealed lead acid
Sealed lead acid
Sealed lead acid
Charger
Constant voltage
Constant voltage
Constant voltage
Protection
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP21
IP21
IP21
Weight
5.5kg
5.5kg
5.5kg
Length
1225mm
1225mm
1225mm
Width
130mm
130mm
130mm
Height
80mm
80mm
80mm
Construction
Folded sheet metal
powder-coated white
Folded sheet metal
powder-coated white
Folded sheet metal
powder-coated white
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
C0
D100
D100
D100
C90
D32
D32
D32
C180
D63
D63
D63
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
ACCESSORIES
2.4
2.7
3
3.6
4
5
NM118S / M118S / M218S
Part Number
Description
D20
600mm prismatic diffuser
C0 – D50 (m)
18.0
18.7
19.4
20.1
21.2
21.8
23.2
D40
1200mm prismatic diffuser
C90 – D25 (m)
14.2
14.7
15.3
15.7
16.5
16.9
17.7
901875
600mm wire guard
C180 – D80 (m)
21.1
22.0
22.8
23.6
25.0
25.8
27.5
901876
1200mm wire guard
901800Z
1200mm economy wire guard
PB6/7.2
Replacement battery for
NM118S, M118S, M218S,
NM136S, M136S, M236S
NM368S / M136S / M236S
C0 – D63 (m)
18.0
18.7
19.4
20.1
21.2
21.8
23.2
C90 – D32 (m)
15.4
16.1
16.7
17.2
18.0
18.5
19.5
C180 – D100 (m)
22.7
23.7
24.6
25.5
27.0
27.9
29.8
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PREMIUM
Emergency Weatherproof Battens
BARDIC has a complete weatherproof range of dedicated emergency
luminaires that provides reliable illumination in the event of an emergency.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
Wide base for flexibility of installation
Reliable and bright illumination in the event of an emergency
Automatic battery low voltage cut out device to ensure longer battery
life for the luminaire
Premium high temperature 70°C nickel cadmium battery
Designed and tested to comply with AS/NZS 2293
NM118NSWP
M118NSWP
M218NSWP
240V
240V
Input
Operating Voltage 240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Output
Light Source
1 x 18W T8 fluoro
1 x 18W T8 fluoro
2 x 18W T8 fluoro
Function
Non-maintained
Maintained
Maintained
Power
Consumption
6W
28W
46W
Type
High temperature nickel
cadmium
High temperature nickel
cadmium
High temperature nickel
cadmium
Charger
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Protection
Overcharge and low voltage
disconnect
Overcharge and low voltage
disconnect
Overcharge and low voltage
disconnect
Autonomy
Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP66
IP66
IP66
Weight
5.5kg
5.5kg
5.5kg
Length
665mm
665mm
665mm
Width
170mm
170mm
170mm
Height
110mm
110mm
110mm
Construction
Body: fiberglass reinforced
polyester
Diffuser: polycarbonate
Body: fiberglass reinforced
polyester
Diffuser: polycarbonate
Body: fiberglass reinforced
polyester
Diffuser: polycarbonate
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
C0
D32
D32
D32
C90
D16
D16
D16
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
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Emergency Weatherproof Battens
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
NM136NSWP
M136NSWP
M236NSWP
Operating Voltage
240V
240V
240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Light Source
1 x 36W T8 fluoro
1 x 36W T8 fluoro
2 x 36W T8 fluoro
Function
Non-maintained
Maintained
Maintained
Power Consumption 12W
46W
82W
Type
High temperature nickel
cadmium
High temperature nickel
cadmium
High temperature nickel
cadmium
Charger
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Protection
Overcharge and low voltage Overcharge and low voltage Overcharge and low voltdisconnect
disconnect
age
disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP66
IP66
IP66
Weight
5.7kg
5.7kg
5.7kg
Length
1275mm
1275mm
1275mm
Width
170mm
170mm
170mm
Height
110mm
110mm
110mm
Construction
Body: fiberglass reinforced
polyester
Diffuser: polycarbonate
Body: fiberglass reinforced
polyester
Diffuser: polycarbonate
Body: fiberglass reinforced
polyester
Diffuser: polycarbonate
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
C0
D32
D32
D32
C90
D12.5
D12.5
D16
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
ACCESSORIES
3
3.6
4
5
NM118NSWP,M118NSWP,M218NSWP
C0 – D32 (m)
15.4
16.1
16.7
17.2
18.0
18.5
19.5
C90 – D16 (m)
12.1
12.6
13.0
13.3
13.9
14.4
14.6
NM136NSWP,M136NSWP,M236NSWP
C0 – D32 (m)
15.4
16.1
16.7
17.2
18.0
18.5
19.5
C90 – D16 (m)
12.1
12.6
13.0
13.3
13.9
14.4
14.6
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Part Number
Description
74673
Replacement battery for
NM118NSWP, M118NSWP,
M218NSWP
901986
Replacement battery for
NM136NSWP, M136NSWP,
M236NSWP
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PREMIUM
LED Emergency Floodlights
The BARDIC Twin LED Emergency Floodlight is designed to provide
indirect emergency lighting to large, high ceiling areas, such as
factories and warehouses.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
Ultra bright, high performance 2 x 10W LED floodlights
Low standby power consumption
8 minutes “off” delay - the luminaire remains illuminated for 8
minutes following restoration of AC mains supply to allow high
bay lights to strike
High temperature components for extended life
Robust sealed lead acid battery
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Environment
CILLEDS
CILLEDNS
CILLEDNSWP
Operating Voltage
240V
240V
240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Light Source
2x10W Bridgelux LED
2x10W Bridgelux LED
2x10W Bridgelux LED
Function
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Power Consumption
3W
3W
3W
Type
Sealed lead acid
High temperature nickel
cadmium
High temperature nickel
cadmium
Charger
Constant voltage
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Protection
Overcharge and low voltage Overcharge and low voltage Overcharge and low voltage
disconnect
disconnect
disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP20
IP20
IP65
Weight
5.5kg
5.5kg
5.5kg
Length
365mm
365mm
380mm
Width
85mm
85mm
135mm
Height
365mm
365mm
330mm
Construction
Body: powder-coated folded
sheet metal
Floodlight: aluminum with
acrylic lens
Body: powder-coated folded
sheet metal
Floodlight: aluminum with
acrylic lens
Body: powder-coated folded
sheet metal
Floodlight: aluminum with
acrylic lens
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
Conformance Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
Intelligence
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
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PREMIUM
LED Emergency Floodlights
ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Description
905066
Replacement LED lamp head assembly – silver
905067
Replacement LED lamp head assembly – white
901881
Wire guard to suit
PB12/7
Replacement battery to suit CILLEDS
74675
Replacement battery to suit CILLEDNS, CILLEDNSWP
Halogen Emergency Floodlights
The BARDIC Twin LED Emergency Floodlight is designed to provide
indirect emergency lighting to large, high ceiling areas, such as factories
and warehouses.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
Ultra bright, high performance 2 x 10W LED floodlights
Low standby power consumption
8 minutes “off” delay - the luminaire remains illuminated for 8 minutes
following restoration of AC mains supply to allow high bay lights to strike
High temperature components for extended life
Robust sealed lead acid battery
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PREMIUM
Halogen Emergency Floodlights
CIL502S
CIL502NS
CIL502NSWP
240V
240V
240V
Input
Operating Voltage
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Output
Light Source
2x10W halogen
2x10W halogen
2x10W halogen
Function
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Battery
Physical
Power Consumption
3W
3W
3W
Type
Sealed lead acid
High temperature nickel
cadmium
High temperature nickel
cadmium
Charger
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Dual rate boost /trickle
charge
Protection
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP20
IP20
IP65
Weight
5.5kg
5.5g
5.7kg
Length
365mm
365mm
380mm
Width
85mm
85mm
135mm
Height
375mm
375mm
345mm
Construction
Body: powder-coated
folded sheet metal
Floodlights: polycarbonate
Body: powder-coated
folded sheet metal
Floodlights: polycarbonate
Body: fiberglass reinforced
polyester
Floodlights: polycarbonate
Environment
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
Conformance
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
Intelligence
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Description
905065L
Replacement halogen lamp head assembly – left
905065R
Replacement halogen lamp head assembly – right
901881
Wire guard to suit
PB12/7
Replacement battery to suit CIL502S
074675
Replacement battery to suit CIL502NS, CIL502NSWP
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PREMIUM
LifeGuard 1
The LifeGuard LED Recessed Emergency Downlight is designed to provide
discreet and outstanding emergency illumination with long life LED’s and
low standby power consumption.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ultra bright, high performance Osram LED light source with latest LEDdriver technology for maximum efficiency
Single LED with huge D40 emergency classification
One-size-fits-all two piece disc with both large disc (150mm) and small
disc (85mm)
Unobtrusive, discreet and flat profile
Complete with flex and plug
Latest energy-efficient LED technology for low standby power
consumption
Premium high temperature nickel cadmium battery with dual rate
charger for maximum battery life
Snap fit connection between disc and control gear
Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS/NZS 2293
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
LG1
LG1/SM
LG1/CYL
LG1/WP
Operating
Voltage
240V
240V
240V
240V
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Light Source
3W Osram LED
3W Osram LED
3W Osram LED
3W Osram LED
Function
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Power
Consumption
3W
3W
3W
3W
Type
High temperature
nickel cadmium
High temperature
nickel cadmium
High temperature
nickel cadmium
High temperature
nickel cadmium
Charger
Dual rate boost /
trickle charge
Dual rate boost /
trickle charge
Dual rate boost /
trickle charge
Dual rate boost /
trickle charge
Protection
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Autonomy
Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP20
IP21
IP21
IP65
Weight
1.3kg
3.0kg
3.0kg
2.0kg
Length
200mm
300mm
250mm
240mm
Width
50mm
185mm
120mm
190mm
Height
60mm
60mm
120mm
110mm
Construction
Flame retardant
glass-filled ABS
Powder-coated sheet Powder-coated
metal
aluminium
** Also available in black – include “/B’ suffix into part number
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ABS
PREMIUM
LifeGuard 1
Environment
Temperature
LG1
LG1/SM
LG1/CYL
LG1/WP
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity 0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
D40
D40
D40
D40
C90
D40
D40
D40
D40
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Conformance C0
Intelligence
** Also available in black – include “/B’ suffix into part number
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3
3.6
4
5
C0 – D40 (m)
16.7
17.4
18.0
18.6
19.6
20.1
21.3
C90 – D40 (m)
16.7
17.4
18.0
18.6
19.6
20.1
21.3
LG1
LifeGuard 2
LG2
LG2/SM
LG2/CYL
LG2/WP
240V
240V
240V
240V
Input
Operating Voltage
Frequency
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz
Output
Light Source
Twin 3W Osram
LED
Twin 3W Osram
LED
Twin 3W Osram
LED
Twin 3W Osram
LED
Battery
BARDIC, an
Function
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Power
Consumption
6W
6W
6W
6W
Type
High temperature
nickel cadmium
High temperature
nickel cadmium
High temperature
nickel cadmium
High temperature
nickel cadmium
Charger
Dual rate boost /
trickle charge
Dual rate boost /
trickle charge
Dual rate boost /
trickle charge
Dual rate boost /
trickle charge
Protection
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Overcharge and low
voltage disconnect
Autonomy
Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
Minimum 2 hours
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LifeGuard 2
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
IP Classification
LG2
LG2/SM
LG2/CYL
LG2/WP
IP20
IP21
IP21
IP65
Weight
1.3kg
3.0kg
3.0kg
2.0kg
Length
200mm
300mm
250mm
240mm
Width
50mm
185mm
120mm
190mm
Height
60mm
60mm
120mm
110mm
Construction
Flame retardant
glass-filled ABS
Powder-coated
sheet metal
Powder-coated
aluminium
ABS
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
C0
D50
D50
D50
D50
C90
D50
D50
D50
D50
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
AS/NZS 2293, AS/
NZS 60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
WINET
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include "/S4F" suffix into part number
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification 2.1
2.4
2.7
3
3.6
4
5
LG2
C0 – D50 (m)
18.0
18.7
19.4
20.1 21.2
21.8
23.2
C90 – D50 (m)
18.0
18.7
19.4
20.1 21.2
21.8
23.2
ACCESSORIES
BARDIC, an
Part Number
Description
074710
Replacement Battery to suit LG1
074711
Replacement Battery to suit LG2
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PREMIUM
Emergency Circulars
The OM32 Oyster provides aesthetically pleasing emergency lighting to
complement existing modern interiors and furnishings.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
Versatile installation - ceiling or wall mounted
Supplied with circular opal glass diffuser
Provides in excess of 2 hours of emergency lighting
Premium 70°C high temperature nickel cadmium batteries
Designed and tested to comply in accordance with AS/NZS 2293
OM32
Input
Output
Battery
Physical
Environment
Conformance
Intelligence
Operating Voltage
240V
Frequency
50Hz
Light Source
1 x 32W fluorescent
Function
Maintained / non-maintained
Power Consumption
40W
Type
High temperature nickel cadmium
Charger
Dual rate boost /trickle charge
Protection
Overcharge and low voltage disconnect
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP20
Weight
3.5kg
Diameter
400mm
Height
140mm
Construction
Zinc steel powder-coated white and white alabaster
glass diffuser
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
C0
D20
C90
D20
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
SENTINEL
Yes
WINET
Yes
* For factory fitted SENTINEL Self Test Module, include “/S4F” suffix into part number
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3
ACCESSORIES
3.6
4
5
OM32
C0 - D20 (m)
13.1 13.6
14.1 14.5 15.1 15.5 15.8
C90 - D20 (m)
13.1 13.6
14.1 14.5 15.1 15.5 15.8
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Part Number
Description
901985
Replacement Battery to suit OM32
SAFE BY DESIGN
EMERGENCY AND EXIT LIGHTING WORKSHOP
Workshop Overview
Based on AS2293, the Australian Standard for Emergency lighting, BARDIC has prepared a training workshop
which provides valuable information relating to the standards and the evolution of new technology. This
hands on workshop will enhance your existing skills, culminating in the ability to design, install and maintain
an emergency lighting installation. Participants will explore the different sections of AS2293 working through
real world application examples, expanding their knowledge and providing a challenge for anyone who
attends.
Who Should Attend?
This course will have specific use for specifiers, consultants, contractors, maintenance managers and
engineers who are involved with the design and maintenance of emergency lighting systems. The program
will develop your understanding of the base principles working through to more complex monitoring systems,
adding value to even an experienced engineer.
Programme
• Essential legal obligations, including the BCA
• Types of emergency and exit lighting systems
• System performance, arrangement and control
• Installation design criteria
• Luminance requirements, lux levels, uniformity and duration requirements
• Using spacing tables for escape routes and open areas
• Inspection and maintenance procedures
• System examples and hands on workshops
• Exit sign pictograms, luminance and viewing distances
• Application specific emergency lighting
Outcomes
Participants will gain the knowledge and understanding to be able to provide advice on emergency lighting,
design a lighting system and be able to install, test and maintain as required. All course delegates will be
registered to receive the comprehensive electronic manual covering the material included in the workshop
and ongoing support material, serving as a valuable point of reference after completion of the course. Course
code MPTEDEI.
When
Want to be notified when the next workshop will be held? Email [email protected] , phone 1300 733 004
or visit http://emergencylighting.mpower.com.au/safebydesigntraining
Contact Us
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FAST
LED One Box Solution Maintained Exit Light
This slimline 3W LED wall or ceiling mounted all-in-one exit comes complete
with all variations of running man decals and is low in maintenance and
power consumption.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Latest LED technology for bright and consistent light distribution
Long life LED operation - 50,000 hours continuous
Low power consumption
Wall or ceiling mountable
Complete with running man decal pack
Premium 70°C high temperature NiCd batteries
Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS/NZS 2293
FLED
Battery
Physical
Conformance
Type
High temperature nickel cadmium
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP21
Weight
2.0kg
Length
375mm
Height
230mm
Depth
70mm
Construction
Glass filled ABS
C0
D3.2
C90
E2.5
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598,
EMC
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3.0
C0 – D3.2 (m)
6.5
6.6
6.6
6.5
C90 – E2.5 (m)
5.6
5.8
5.8
6.0
FLED
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EW
N
FAST
LED One Box Solution Maintained Blade Exit Light
The FASTBlade exit luminaire 1W LED incorporates a sleek and unobtrusive design
with excellent illumination; it’s an ideal choice for cost and energy savings.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ultra low power consumption
Sleek and unobtrusive
Excellent illumination in mains and emergency modes
Long life LED operation - 50,000 hours continuous
Wall, ceiling or side surface mountable
Complete with running man decal pack
Premium 70°C high temperature NiCd batteries
Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS/NZS 2293
FBLADE
Battery
Physical
Type
High temperature nickel cadmium
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
Weight
2.0kg
Length
355mm
Height
210mm
Depth
45mm
Construction
Body - Aluminium, powdercoat white, diffuser – acrylic
Conformance C0
D3.2
C90
D40
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3
FBLADE
C0 – D3.2 (m)
6.5
6.6
6.6
6.5
C90 – C40 (m)
10.6
11.3
12.0
12.6
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EW
N
FAST
LED Recessed Non-Maintained Emergency Downlight
The FASTLite 3W LED recessed emergency downlight is designed to provide discreet and
outstanding emergency illumination with long life LED and low standby power consumption.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
Lifetime warranty on LED light source
D32 Emergency Classification
Dual disc – large (150mm) and small (85mm)
Complete with flex and plug
Premium 70°C high temperature NiCd batteries
Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS/NZS 2293
FLITE
Battery
Physical
Type
High temperature nickel
cadmium
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP20
Diameter
150mm
Construction
Flame retardant ABS
Conformance C0
D32
C90
D32
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS
60598, EMC
SPACING TABLE
MOUNTING HEIGHT (m)
NATA Classification
2.1
2.4
2.7
3
3.6
4
5
FLITE
BARDIC, an
C0 – D32 (m)
15.4 16.1
16.7 17.2
18.0 18.5 19.5
C90 – D32 (m)
15.4 16.1
16.7 17.2
18.0 18.5 19.5
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EW
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FAST
2 x 3W LED Weatherproof Non-Maintained
Emergency Floodlight
The FASTFlood twin LED emergency floodlight is designed to provide
indirect emergency lighting to large, high ceiling areas, such as factories
and warehouses.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
2 x 3W high-powered LED floodlights
Weatherproof IP65
Long life LED operation - 50,000 hours continuous
Low standby power consumption
Lightweight and portable
Premium 70°C high temperature NiCd batteries
Designed and manufactured in accordance to AS/NZS 2293
FFLOOD
Battery
Physical
Conformance
Type
High temperature nickel cadmium
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
IP Classification
IP65
Weight
3.0kg
Length
300mm
Height
330mm
Depth
100mm
Construction
Flame retardant ABS
Standards
AS/NZS 2293, AS/NZS 60598, EMC
ACCESSORIES
Part Number
Description
074712
Replacement Battery to suit FFLOOD
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Flaglite Exit
PN: MFLNS + RMFLX1
EZY Exit
Weatherproof Exit
PN: MFLNS + RMFLX1
PN: MFLNS + RMFLX1
Classic Exits
Wall PN: MLEDS + DRX
Ceiling PN: MLEDS + DTX
Jumbo Exits
Wall PN: LB12LS + RMGX1
BARDIC, an
Ceiling PN: LB12LS + RMGX1C1
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LightSaver
LB12LS
LB14LS
LB22LS
LB24LS
LB12LSWP
LB14LSWP
LB22LSWP
LB24LSWP
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Emergency Battens
18W PN: M118S
36W PN: M136S
Emergency Weatherproof Battens
18W PN: M118NSWP
36W PN: M136NSWP
Floodlights
Halogen PN : CIL502NSWP
BARDIC, an
LED PN: CILLEDNSWP
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LifeGuard 1
PN : LG1
LifeGuard 2
PN : LG2
FAST Range
PN: FBLADE
PN: FLED
PN: FLITE
PN: FFLOOD
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Emergency Circulars
PN : OM32
Part number: ARDP1066B
•
Fully recharge your iPhone 6 up to 4 times or Samsung S5 up to 2.5 times
with a fully-charged portable mobile battery pack
•
State of the art charge / discharge microprocessor with auto switch on / off
•
High quality lithium battery with real capacity
•
LEDs indicate charge / discharge status
•
Four fold safety protection (short circuit, over-current, over voltage and
over heat protection)
•
Curved aluminium housing
•
Input: 5V 1000mA Output: 5V + 0.25V / 1500mA
•
Compatible with any iOS or Android-based smart phone or tablet
•
Applications: outdoors, camping, business, exploration
Example Devices
Contact Us
This product is manufactured for MPower.
For more information contact your MPower Emergency Sales Rep.
1300 733 004 | [email protected] | www.mpower.com.au
All sales from MPower are subject to our Standard Conditions of Sale.
BARDIC, an
brand
PREMIUM
Central Battery Luminaires
BARDIC has a broad range of high quality Central Battery System slave units
for a diverse range of applications.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
Specifically engineered to suit central battery systems
Generally made for 110VDC supply, others available on request
Diverse range of exit or emergency luminaire types
LEDL110
LEDLM110
10SL110
10SLS110
Operating Voltage
110V DC
240VAC / 110V DC
110V DC
110V DC
Frequency
N/A
50HZ
N/A
N/A
Tolerance
+ 10% / - 15%
+ 10% / - 15%
+ 10% / - 15%
+ 10% / - 15%
Light Source
3W LED
3W LED
1 x 10W fluorescent
2 x 10W fluorescent
Function
Non-maintained
Maintained
Non-maintained
Sustained
Power
Consumption
3W
3W
10W
10W
IP Classification
IP21
IP21
IP21
IP21
Weight
3.0kg
3.0kg
3.0kg
3.0kg
Length
385mm
385mm
385mm
385mm
Width
255mm
255mm
255mm
255mm
Height
100mm
100mm
100mm
100mm
Construction
Glass-filled ABS
Glass-filled ABS
Glass-filled ABS
Glass-filled ABS
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
LEDSC110
10SC110
18SL110
36SL110
Operating Voltage
110V DC
110V DC
110V DC
110V DC
Frequency
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Tolerance
+ 10% / - 15%
+ 10% / - 15%
+ 10% / - 15%
+ 10% / - 15%
Light Source
3W LED
1 x 10W halogen
1 x 18W fluorescent
1 x 36W fluorescent
Function
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Non-maintained
Power
Consumption
10W
10W
18W
18W
IP Classification
IP21
IP21
IP21
IP21
Weight
1.5kg
1.5kg
3.5kg
3.5kg
Length
142mm
142mm
620mm
620mm
Width
142mm
142mm
130mm
130mm
Height
50mm
50mm
80mm
80mm
Construction
Folded metal powdercoated white
Folded metal powdercoated white
Folded sheet metal
powder-coated white
Folded sheet metal
powder-coated white
Temperature
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
0°C - 40°C
Relative Humidity
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
0 - 95%
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PREMIUM
Emergency Lighting Test Kits
The Australian Standards AS/NZS 2293 specifies that a two hour
discharge test has to be performed to commission an emergency lighting
installation and a 90 minute discharge test has to be performed at least
6 months thereafter. BARDIC emergency lighting test switches provide
a simple test procedure for the emergency lighting circuits connected to
it to simulate a supply circuit failure.
ETS4
ETS4PH
ETS4WP
ETS12
Input
Lighting Circuits
4
4
4
12
Physical
IP Classification
IP20
IP20
IP65
IP20
Weight
1.5kg
1.8kg
3.5kg
2.0kg
Length
140mm
140mm
146mm
300mm
Width
165mm
165mm
111mm
165mm
Height
75mm
75mm
238mm
75mm
Installation
DIN-rail or wall
mountable
DIN-rail or wall
mountable
DIN-rail or wall
mountable
DIN-rail or wall
mountable
Construction
ABS
ABS
ABS
ABS
Conversion Kits
BARDIC Emergency has developed an all-in-one universal emergency
lighting conversion kit to suit 4W to 80W fittings to easily provide a
means of emergency lighting to locations with existing light fittings.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Suit 4 - 80W fluorescent lamps
Intelligent automatic recharging function
Premium 70°C high temperature nickel cadmium batteries
Enduring 3 hour autonomy
LED charging state indicator
Test button to simulate mains power failure
Suitable for use with electronic or magnetic ballast
Compatible with circular, PL, 2D and linear globes
CKU
Input
Battery
BARDIC, an
CKU
Operating Voltage
240V
IP Classification
IP20
Frequency
50Hz
Weight
1.5kg
Current
40mA
Length
160mm
Type
High temperature nickel cadmium
Width
30mm
Charger
Dual rate boost /trickle charge
Height
28mm
Protection
Overcharge and low voltage
disconnect
Construction
Sheet
metal
Autonomy Duration
Minimum 2 hours
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Physical
PREMIUM
Log Books
AS/NZS 2293 states that a maintenance log book must be kept and
maintained every time a discharge test is performed on site.
Part Number: LOGBK1
Sealed Lead Acid
A versatile and rugged range of valve regulated sealed lead acid batteries
for a broad range of domestic, commercial and industrial applications.
Features and Benefits
•
•
•
•
•
Completely maintenance free, sealed construction eliminates the
need for refilling
Valve regulated Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) technology
Approved as non-hazardous for air and road transport
Approved to AS1603 for fire indicator and control panels
Spill proof and leak proof
PB6/4.5
PB6/7.2
PB12/7
6V
6V
12V
Specification
Voltage
Capacity
4.5Ah
7.2Ah
7Ah
Physical
Weight
0.81kg
1.27kg
2.35kg
Length
70mm
150mm
151mm
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Width
48mm
34mm
65mm
Height
106mm
100mm
99mm
Chemistry
Sealed lead acid
Sealed lead acid
Sealed lead acid
Terminal
4.7mm spade
4.7mm spade
4.7mm spade
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PREMIUM
KRCH
KRDH
074677
074671
901985
901986
901987
1.2V
1.2V
2.4V
3.6V
4.8V
6.0V
7.2V
Capacity
2800mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
Weight
0.2kg
0.2kg
0.4kg
0.6kg
0.8kg
1.0kg
1.2kg
Length
25mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
Width
25mm
33mm
66mm
99mm
132mm
165mm
198mm
Height
50mm
55mm
55mm
55mm
55mm
55mm
55mm
Chemistry
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Configuration
Single
Single
Soldier
Soldier
Soldier
Soldier
Soldier
Specification Voltage
Physical
Specification Voltage
Capacity
Physical
074703
074672
074670
074673
074674
074701
074702
6.0V
2.4V
3.6V
4.8V
6.0V
6.0V
7.2V
4000mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
4000mAh
Weight
1.0kg
0.4kg
0.6kg
0.8kg
1.0kg
1.0kg
1.2kg
Length
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
Width
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
33mm
Height
275mm
110mm
165mm
220mm
275mm
275mm
330mm
Chemistry
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Nickel
cadmium
Configuration
Stick
Stick
Stick
Stick
Stick
Stick
Stick
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