Conversion equipment selector for LED luminaires

Conversion equipment for LED luminaires

Conversion of LED luminaires for emergency use is a straightforward process. However, there are many options – our low-profile charger/driver modules are available on their own or can be supplied in kit form.

Depending on the module suitable for your required forward voltage, the kit version may be available with high temperature Nickel Cadmium or Nickel Metal Hydride batteries.

To help you choose exactly the right product for your emergency lighting conversion we have developed a PRODUCT SELECTOR application.

LDpro moduleLD (standard) and LDpro (DALI/Self-Test) modules offer a solution for the emergency lighting operation of high power LED ‘light engines’ or LED arrays.

The LD and LDpro low-profile charger/driver modules are available on their own or can be supplied in kit form. Depending on the module suitable for your required forward voltage, the kit version may be available with high temperature Nickel Cadmium or Nickel Metal Hydride batteries.

Additionally, battery tubes are also available for remote mounting of specific battery packs. (This option is indicated by the inclusion of /TU in the part code.)

To help select the appropriate LD or LDpro module, use the product selector below . . .

To calculate which LD or LDpro module is suitable for your application, enter the Forward Voltage (output voltage from mains control gear) and Forward Current (output current from mains control gear).

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Enter the Forward Voltage (in volts)

(LD and LDpro modules are currently available for forward voltages between 12 volts and 200 volts. If your application is outside these parameters, CLICK HERE to contact us or call sales on 01403 786601.)

*If you do not have the forward voltage but do have the luminaire power and forward current, an approximate forward voltage can be calculated by dividing the power by the forward current.

Depending on the voltage, you may see two module options.

Different modules have different Emergency Current values.

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Enter the Forward Current (in mA) to calculate the EBLF(%).

If two modules are given (right), the EBLF figure can help in selection.

Unlike most other emergency drivers, the ELP LD and LDpro modules provide the calculated EBLF throughout the whole rated duration with no reduction of light output as the battery voltage decays.

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DALI/Self-Test option

Module with DALI/Self-Test.

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Kit option

Module kit, including batteries.

You can tick/untick the options to switch between them.

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Direct enquiry

Click on the part code links to send an email enquiry.

LD/LDpro Emergency Conversion Product Selector