LL90HW Series - Barron Lighting Group
LL90HW Series
High Wattage Emergency Lighting Unit
The LL90HW combines either 6 or 12 volts with capabilities of up to 100 watts
into a low-profile, contemporary housing design. Built for dependability, this
economical unit offers solid-state electronics and fully adjustable designer
heads to compliment any environment.
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•Completely self-contained
•Enclosure constructed of rugged 20 gauge steel or rugged, injectionmolded UL94 V-0 flame retardant, high-temperature thermoplastic
•Each fully-adjustable lamp head contains 6 volt or 12 volt, 9 watt tungsten
lamp - alternate heads are available
•Available in 6 or 12 volt with wattages ranging from 18-100 watts
•AC lockout for ease of installation and installer protection
•Low voltage disconnect eliminates deep discharge
•Brown-out, short circuit and voltage surge protection
•Charge rate/power “ON” LED indicator light with test button
•Maintenance-free lead acid battery
•Optional NiMH battery available
•UL listed 90 minute emergency run time
•Universal J-Box mounting system
•Optional Guardian Self-Test/Self-Diagnostics (G2) available
•Optional time delay (TD) feature available
•Standard finishes: Black or White
•120/277V dual primary, 60Hz input
•Assembled in the U.S.A.
Any component that fails due to manufacturers defect is guaranteed for 5
years with a separate 5 year pro-rated warranty on the battery. The warranty
does not cover physical damage, abuse or acts of God. See the full Exitronix
warranty document for detailed information.
Battery Voltage
Housing Type
Options (Factory Installed)
6 = 6V Lead Acid Battery
6V Lead Acid
S = Steel
W = White
220 = 220VAC, 50Hz Input
6NM = 6V NiMH Battery
27 = 27 Watts
P = Plastic
B = Black
12 = 12V Lead Acid Battery
36 = 36 Watts
TD = Time Delay
12NM = 12V NiMH Battery
G2 = Self-Test/Self-Diagnostics
54 = 54 Watts
REN1 = (2) Renegade Par 18 3.6W LED Lamps
REN2 = (2) Renegade Par 36 3.6W LED Lamps
18 = 18 Watts
XX2 = Alternate Lamp Heads
27 = 27 Watts
12V Lead Acid
54 = 54 Watts
1001 = 100 Watts
12V NiMH
54 = 54 Watts
Accessories3 (Field Installed)
100 watt only available with steel housing
Alternate lamp heads are available, see Remote Lamp Heads specification sheet or consult factory
WG-A = Wire Guard (Back Mount)
Order as separate line item
XG-PS = Poly Guard (Back Mount)
Precision molded unit with lamp housings constructed of UV stable UL 924
V-0 flame retardant, corrosion proof thermoplastic. Units resist denting,
peeling, scratching and corrosion. Not recommended for outdoor use.
Tool-less access provided for easy maintenance, universal J-box mounting
pattern and keyhole slots provided for simple installation.
Die-formed 20 gauge steel housing with epoxy powder coat finish. White
finish is standard. Universal J-box mounting patter and keyhole slots
provided for simple installation. Knockouts are provided on top, back, and
sides for easy wire entry. Can also be shelf mounted, ordered separately.
Two fully adjustable, attractive, square shaped lamp heads with rounded
corners and vacuum metalized reflectors allow for maximum light to be
delivered to the path of egress.
Emergency lights consist of two 9 watt wedge based tungsten lamps as
standard. The LL90HW series is also RENEGADE compatible using 3.6W
LED per head (Option: REN-2)
Dual-voltage input 120 or 277VAC @ 60Hz.
Sealed Lead Acid Battery – SLA
Exitronix sealed lead acid batteries are maintenance-free with a life
expectancy of 5 years. Sealed lead acid batteries provide a relatively large
power-to-weight ratio making them ideal for emergency applications. Lead
Acid batteries are constructed of a series of plates stacked with separators
designed to optimize the efficiency and prolong the life of the battery.
Lead Acid batteries perform optimally in temperatures ranging from 15-40
degrees C.
Sealed Nickel Metal Hydride – NiMH
Exitronix nickel metal hydride batteries are maintenance-free with a life
expectancy of 15 years. NiMH batteries perform optimally in temperatures
ranging from 32°F - 104°F (0°C - 40°C). NiMH batteries are more
environmentally-friendly than traditional NiCad or lead acid alternatives as
they contain no cadmium or lead.
The LL90HW series exit will operate for a minimum of 90 minutes during a
loss of power with a 24 hour maximum recharge time for the battery.
A universal mounting pattern and rear keyhole slots are provided for wall
Damp Location Rated
Damp location rating ensures the fixture is designed to operate safely
in outdoor locations that are protected from the direct elements. Damp
location rated fixtures may be installed indoors. Products with damp location
ratings are not designed to withstand constant or significant moisture or
direct contact with water or steam.
Made in the USA (STANDARD)
Many of our products can be produced or transformed to comply with the
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) requirements
and Buy American provisions. These fixtures meet LEVEL 1 compliance
when option is requested – please call factory for details with questions.
Guardian Self-Test/Self-Diagnostics (Option: G2)
The Guardian circuit continuously monitors the operating condition of the
AC power, battery supply voltage, emergency lamp continuity and charging
The purpose of this option is to provide visual signaling in response to a fault
at the EXIT sign battery and/or battery charger. If a failure is detected, visual
status will occur immediately via the CHARGER LED and/or the BATTERY
FAULT LED. The LEDs will stay illuminated until the fault is corrected.
The Guardian circuit also monitors the transfer circuit as well as performing
automatic code compliant testing. The Guardian circuit will perform a 30
second discharge and self-test every 28-30 days. A 90 minute discharge and
self-test is performed every 6 months.
Time Delay (Option: TD)
The purpose of this feature is to allow additional time for “normally on”
fixtures to return to full brightness prior to extinguishing the supplemental
light from the emergency fixtures.
The LL90HW Series is UL listed and meets or exceeds the following: UL
924, NEC requirements and NFPA 101.
LL90HW Plastic
Brownout Circuit
The brownout circuit monitors the flow of AC current to the unit and triggers
the emergency lighting system once a set reduction of AC power occurs.
This dip in the voltage will cause many fixtures to extinguish causing loss of
normal lighting even though a total power failure has not occurred.
Low Voltage Disconnect
When the battery’s terminal voltage falls below predetermined levels, the
low-voltage circuit disconnects the emergency lighting load. The disconnect
remains in effect until normal power is restored, preventing deep battery
discharge and improving the life of the battery. The disconnect will also
automatically reconnect the load circuit once the battery voltage returns to a
normal value after charging.
LL90HW Steel
Solid-State Transfer
The unit features a solid-state switching transistor which eliminates damaged
contacts or mechanical failures associated with relays. The switching circuit
is designed to detect a loss of AC power and automatically energizes the
lamps. Upon restoration of the AC voltage, the emergency lamps will switch
off and the charger will automatically recharge the battery.
Overload and Short-Circuit Protection
The solid-state overload monitoring system in the DC circuit disconnects
the lamp load from the battery should excessive wattage demands be made
and automatically resets when the overload or short-circuit is removed. This
overload current protective characteristic eliminates the need for fuses or
circuit breakers for the DC load.
Test Button
Our easily located test button allows for manual verification of proper
operation of the transfer circuit and emergency lamps.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Installation must be performed in accordance with
Barron Lighting Group installation instructions.
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