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user guide
ZNO2027800 E - 08/2014
USER GUIDE
Operation
Simulation of a normal power cut-off:
This simulation can be run mains power connected by launching a duration test from TLU-type remote control box.
If mains failure occurs during a test, SECURITY REMAINS PRIORITY: the test will restart once mains power is restored.
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Rest-mode:
As a measure to prevent drain on the rechargeable battery cells and save battery capacity during a planned mains cut-off (of over 10 minutes), the
installation should be put into rest mode.
Switching to rest mode is done when mains is OFF by pushing the "Extinction" button on a TLU-type or TLU remote control box (see the user guide).
1general information
These self-contained luminaires feature non-polarized remote control inputs to facilitate installation and setup.
These devices can be put on regulatory standby using TL500 or TLU remote control (to be added, where appropriate, to the legacy
installation).
6Maintenance
The entire Emergency Lighting installation requires regular preventive maintenance and scheduled tests, as stipulated in the security regulations.
Our advice is to regularly clean the basin and the reflector whenever the devices are given preventive maintenance.
In cases where the unit does not meet the duty service time (1 hour), the rechargeable battery cells must be promptly replaced. The performance
characteristics of the rechargeable battery cells are specified in "Technical features" section.
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« Professional Waste Electronic and Electrical ("WEEE pro"), along with any Nickel-Cadmium, lead-based or NickelMetal Hydride rechargeable battery cells they are equipped with, represent an environmental and public health
hazard ». They must be selectively collected, reprocessed, and recycled.
connection diagram
*Remote control:
- TL 500
- TLU
Collection, treatment process and recycling of COOPER SÉCURITÉ SAS (Groupe EATON) WEEE pro wastes and
embedded battery cells are ensured free of charge by Récylum.
Remote control (2 × 1.5 mm²)
230 V / 50 Hz (2 × 1.5 mm²)
+
-
Install a 2.2k - 1/4W
resistor at the end of the
line, if necessary.
230 V/ 50 Hz
EXIT
Remote control*
S.E.L.U.
For more information: www.recylum.com
Ambient temperature = 25°C
Technical features
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*: To ensure an IP42 rating, mount the ULTRALED 400 with top cable entry equipped with a gland.
**: To ensure IK08 rating on ES version, mount the device using 4 anti-theft screws.
***: To enable DL function, see TLI user guide: user guide reference ZNO2028500
****: Measurements done in emergency mode without any pictogram.
8Warranty
General warranty terms:
COOPER SÉCURITÉ SAS (Groupe EATON) warranties these luminaires for a 2-year period (date of manufacture as proof), under the general
terms set out below.
1 - Full warranty on parts and workmanship.
2 - Any defective luminaires shall be returned carriage paid to COOPER SÉCURITÉ SAS (Groupe EATON) - Parc Européen d’Entreprises II, rue
Beethoven, 63200 RIOM - FRANCE.
Self-contained luminaires replaced or repaired under the terms of this warranty shall be shipped back carriage paid.
The warranty is void:
1 - if the material has been transformed, modified or repaired outside of COOPER SÉCURITÉ SAS (Groupe EATON) workshops.
2 - if the defectiveness is due to misuse or inappropriate mounting.
COOPER SÉCURITÉ SAS (Groupe EATON) commits to ensuring consumables (lamps and batteries) continuity during 8 years from the last
placing on the market date.
To b e r e s p e c t f u l t o t h e e n v i r o n m e n t : 1 0 0 % r e c y c l e d p a p e r
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32 × LED 3,25V 60 mA
NFC 71820
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08
Pack 5×1,2V / 1.7Ah
SAFT 5VNTCS
NFC 71801
M
08**
08**
NF ENVIRONNEMENT
NFEN 60598.2.22
08
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Emergency
lamps
C 71820-1 (NFEN 62034)
NFEN 60598.1
42*
2
Type (M/NM/I)****
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400
400
400
230 V / 50-60 Hz
IK rating
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2
2
2
LUM16042 T12001
Rated voltage
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230 V / 50-60 Hz
230 V / 50-60 Hz
230 V / 50-60 Hz
Approval number
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T11033
Order codes
42*
LUM16043
LUM16046 T12002
LUM16047 T11032
LUM10538
LUM10419
LUM10490
LUM10468
LUM11085
References
400
ULTRALED 400
ULTRALED 400 DL ES***
ULTRALED 400 ES
Recessed base
Safety guard
Anti-theft screws
Safety hanging system
Battery pack
ULTRALED 400 DL***
NiCd batt. cells
authorized
Reference standards
IP rating
Technical features
Rated light output
References
Electrical class
7
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Mounting and connection
a
ULTRALED 400
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1
Note: Cable the self-contained luminaire using 1.5 or 2.5 mm²
rigid wire.
--
Lever up the side notches 1 to remove cover-reflector
ensemble from the base.
--
Break through the needed cable entry tap 2 on the base with
a screwdriver. Then put a grommet in the opened cable entry.
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4
2
6
--
Fix the device base with Ø 5mm screws (not supplied) using
the existing mounting holes 3 or the honeycomb.
--
Cable up the device, following the indications engraved into
the base 4 .
--
To set up duration tests mode use the even/odd DIP switch
5 :
• ON: odd;
5
• 1: even.
--
Plug in the battery connector 6 .
--
Mount the cover-reflector ensemble onto the base to close the
device.
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COOPER SÉCURITÉ SAS (Groupe EATON)
Parc européen d’entreprises II
Rue Beethoven - BP 10184 63204 RIOM Cedex FRANCE
Technical support hotline
+33 (0)825 826 212 Calls are charged €0.15/min VAT
As standards and hardware are in constant evolution, all
performance characteristics and illustrations featuring in
this user guide are therefore given provisionally for your
information only, are not intended as legally-binding, and are
subsequently subject to change without notice.
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ULTRALED 400 ES
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Note: Cable the self-contained luminaire using 1.5 or 2.5 mm²
rigid wire.
1
System power-up and installation
When powering up the self-contained luminaire, check restmode LED 7 and status LED 8 light up (in green or yellow: cf. results table).
8
2
--
Lever up the side notches 1 to remove cover-reflector
ensemble from the base.
3
--
Break through the needed cable entry tap 2 on the base with a
screwdriver. Then put a gland in the opened cable entry.
--
Cable up the device, following the indications engraved into the
base.
3
1
--
Check fiber washers 3 are in their places and attach the base
with Ø 5mm screws (not supplied) using the existing mounting
holes.
--
5
To set up duration tests mode use the even/odd DIP switch 4 :
• ON: odd;
• 1: even.
4
--
Plug in the battery connector 5 .
--
Mount the cover-reflector ensemble onto the base to close the
device.
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Principle / Scheduling of automatic tests:
Each device is equipped with a microprocessor that executes, as
follows:
-- Continually:
Battery charge and charging lamp tests.
--
Every 7 days:
Same tests as previous + check on the emergency LEDs +
check on mains/emergency-mode changeover switching.
--
Every 10 weeks:
Same tests as previous + duration test.
Note:
Test configuration:
The timing of tests can be setup in different ways:
♦ either by disconnecting the battery for 10 seconds then reconnecting
it; or
♦ by doing a reset using the TLU remote control box (see the TLU unit
user guide).
There is a one-week difference between an "even"
setup luminaire and an "odd" setup luminaire.
Results (according to status LED):
Status LED
Luminaire status
Solid green
Slow blinking yellow
Fast blinking yellow
Blinking green
Alternating green and yellow blinking
Conform
Fault mode
Fault mode
Test in process
Receiving input from the remote control
Type of fault
Fault-free
Faulty battery or charging lamps
Faulty emergency lamp(s)
Fault-free
Fault-free
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