|Environmental||Protection against electric shock||Class 1 SELV equivalent|
|Battery rated operating ambient temperature||0°C - 50°C|
|Maximum case temperature (module)||0°C to 30°C|
|Mains operation||Rated voltage supply||220/240V AC|
|Mains Supply Current||20mA|
|Mains Supply Power||4.8W|
|Emergency operation||Emergency duration||3 hours|
|Battery Chemistry Type||NiCd or NiMH|
|Number/size of cells|
LD22CO50DLMK, LD9CO100DLMK & LD9CO100K
LD16CO100DLMK, LD5CO750PWMK & LD6CO300K
LD9CO450PWMK, LD4CO500K & LD8CO300K
5 x 2Ah sub-C cells
5 x 4Ah C cells
5 x 4Ah C cells
|LED module operating current|
LD16CO100DLMK, LD9CO100DLMK & LD9CO100K
50mA constant current
100mA constant current
|BLF/EBLF - dependent on LED module type||0.15 to 0.25|
|Mechanical||Electrical Connections||Push wire terminals|
|Standards Compliance||EN61347-1, EN61347-2-7 & EN61347-2-13|
|EN60598-2-22 (clauses 22.6.7, 22.6.9, 22.6.10, 22.6.11, 22.6.12, 22.6.13, 22.17, 22.18)||Yes|
|DALI and ST versions|
High Power LED
The ELP LD-CO emergency LED control gear allows maintained operation of high power LED modules such as the Philips Fortimo DLM & SLM, Xicato range, Bridgelux ES range, Citizen CL-L233-C13N1 etc. by utilising the standard mains voltage LED control gear in-line with the emergency LED control gear. The emergency gear incorporates an emergency LED driver module/charger and an appropriate high temperature battery. In the event of a mains failure, an integral relay disconnects the LED module from the mains control gear and then connects it to the emergency control gear, which operates the LED module at a reduced light output for a duration of 3 hours.
The various high power LED modules utilise different arrays of LED emitters connected in series or a combination of series and parallel. The LD-CO range can be configured to suit any of these.
Selecting the correct LD module can be a tricky business so we’ve developed an app to help you. All you need to know is the forward voltage and forward current for your application. The app will tell you which modules are suitable (in some cases there will be more than one) and also what EBLF figure you can expect to see. CLICK HERE for our LD Product Selector.
It is very important to note that some of the LED module manufacturers specifically warn not to operate their products on reduced constant current supplies and the design of the LD-CO conversion equipment has taken this into account.
The LD-CO range of LED conversion units can utilise Pulse Width Modulation on the output driver circuit to provide a constant power output and therefore constant light output from the LED modules.
NB: All plastic cased LD-CO modules will be supplied with the H222 detachable terminal cover/cable restraint kits.Datasheet (PDF)
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To ensure the correct operation of each type of high power LED module the LD-CO equipment should be configured to suit the correct type of array.
Therefore the codes include the number of LED or LED strings connected in series e.g. LD5, for 5 series strings; LD16 for 16 series strings. The code also includes reference to the operating current eg LD5CO750 for 750mA.
The following codes should be used to order the appropriate module and battery for the following LEDs:
|Philips Fortimo 3000 & 2000 lumen DLM||LD22CO50DLMK|
|Philips Fortimo 1100 DLM & SLM||LD9CO100DLMK|
|Xicato XSM Range and Citizen CL Range||LD9CO100DK|
|Xicato XSM Range 2000-3000 lumens and Cree CXA2011||LD16CO100DK|
|Xicato XSM Range 400-1300 lumens (High Output)||LD8CO300K|
|Mid-voltage LED arrays||LD6CO300|
|Lower-voltage LED arrays||LD4CO500|
|Bridgelux ES Range 400-1200 lumens||LD5CO750PWMK|
|Bridgelux ES Range 1800-2500 lumens||LD5CO450PWMK|