battery - Zemper

battery - Zemper
Lithium Ion battery technology
in a selected range of emergency lighting
lithium
ion battery
ZLi2x
of
Avda. de la Ciencia s/n · Pol. Industrial Avanzado
13005 Ciudad Real (Spain)
Tel. +34 902 11 11 97 · Fax +34 902 22 22 97
info@zemper.com
ZLi
by
E M E R G E N C Y
www.zemper.com
the power
L I G H T I N G
E M E R G E N C Y
of
L I G H T I N G
the power
lithium
ion battery
2x
2x
Maintenance Free Period Over Time
Zemper ZLi vs Premium Batteries
Twice the maintenance
free period
One of the most energy efficient
emergency lighting product
Lithium Ion Phosphate battery technology is utilised to provide a range of emergency
lighting with twice the battery life of existing premium products, twice the
maintenance-free period, the most energy-efficient product on the market, and the first
truly sustainable battery technology for emergency lighting.
The product delivers energy and maintenance savings of approximately 80 per cent
when compared to the next best available product types. Lithium Ion Phosphate battery
technology contains no heavy metals or carcinogens compared to NiCad or Nickel Metal
Hydride batteries.
100
90
80
70
60
SURVIVAL 50
RATE %
40
30
20
10
0
Twice the battery life of
current battery technologies
The first truly sustainable
emergency lighting
PRODUCT &
COMPONENT LIFE
EXPECTANCY
MAINTENANCE
FREE PERIOD
ZLi
Premium
Batteries
0
1
2
3
4
Battery Capacity Over Time
Zemper Lithium vs Premium NiCd
5
6 7
YEARS
8
9
10 11 12
Emergency lighting products are subject to a wide variety of
site specific environmental and temperature conditions that
will affect the performance of individual emergency lighting
luminaires. This data is presented as a guide only, and is
intended only as a representation of expected lifetimes across
a range of products in typical operating environments.
100
90
80
70
INITIAL 60
BATTERY 50
CAPACITY % 40
30
20
10
0
BATTERY
CAPACITY
With twice the battery life, twice the lamp life and upgraded
electronic components, the ZLi range of exits and emergency
lights will operate for twice as many years before requiring
repair maintenance compared with existing Premium
emergency lighting operating under the same conditions.
PREMIUM LINE
Minimum Required Capacity
Premium
Batteries
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
YEARS
ZLi LED Lamp Output Over Time
ZLi
7
8
9
The life projections for Lithium Ion Phosphate batteries
selected for the ZLi range are based on over 2 years of
actual data at 45 degrees under stand-by conditions.
10
100
90
80
70
60
INITIAL 50
LUMENS %
40
30
20
10
0
LED LAMP LIFE
The ZLi range is designed with an initial battery capacity
to operate the LED’s for twice the minimum duration of 60
minutes, so that at 50% initial capacity they will still run
the lamps for the required 60 minutes duration.
COMPONENTS
ZLi Charging & Driver Electronics Survival Rate
Minimum Required Luminance
L70/B50
ZLi
0
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
YEARS
8
9
10 11 12 13
The LED’s selected for ZLi exit and emergency
luminaires have a rated life of 100,000 hours. This rating
means that 50% of the LED’s will output 70% of their initial
luminance after 100,000 hours.
The ZLi range is designed with an initial luminance level
approximately 30% over the minimum required to Standard,
so that at 70% of initial luminance, the luminaires will still
comply.
Catastrophic failure or “mortality rates” for these LED’s are in
the parts per million, or almost non-existent.
100
90
80
70
60
SURVIVAL 50
RATE %
40
30
20
10
0
ENVIRONMENTAL
IMPACTS
Components for the ZLi battery charging and lamp driver
circuit boards have been selected and verified for 100,000
hour life.
Mediam Component Mortality
ZLi
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 8
YEARS
9 10 11 12 13 14
The LFP battery technology in the ZLi range represents the
fourth battery technology now available for emergency lighting
applications. Due, until recently, to the absence of a suitable
alternative, the other three battery types, Ni-Cd, Ni-Mh and Lead
Acid, have presented the world with a serious environmental issue
particular to emergency lighting. All three contain toxic heavy metal
contaminants, namely Cadmium, Nickel and Lead; and all three
contain carcinogens. Cadmium and Nickel are known carcinogens,
and Lead is considered a probable carcinogen.
The environmental threat is so serious that the EU 2006 Battery
Directive has banned the use of Ni-Cd and Lead Acid batteries.
Emergency lighting applications have received an exemption to the
ban as it was thought at the time that no suitable alternative was
available to deliver the required performance for what is a life safety
application.
EXIT SIGN LINE
DESIGN LINE
ZLi
PRODUCT RANGE
Spazio Round
Spazio Square
Spazio T·LED
T·LED
Diana Flat
Xena Flat
Spazio Sign
Harena
Harena LED
Watt
Kons
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