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Central Battery LED Emergency Control Gear (LD-CB)

Conversion of all modern LED luminaires for connection to central battery emergency supplies.

The LD-CB emergency LED module allows maintained operation of high power LED modules or arrays, when utilising the standard mains voltage LED control gear in-line with the Central Battery powered emergency LED control module.

The LD-CB Central Battery module allows for maintained, hold-off or slave operation of high power LED modules or arrays.

The emergency gear is designed to operate from an 110V AC/DC Central Battery supply. For maintained operation, an integral relay disconnects the LED lighting load from the mains control gear and then connects it to the emergency control gear, which operates the LED module/array at a reduced light output from the central battery supply.

The various high power LED modules utilise different arrays of LEDs connected in series or a combination of series and parallel, and the LD-CB range can be configured to suit any of these (output current selectable on the module).

It is important to note that for maintained operation some of the LED module/array mains drivers should not be operated with an open circuit load.

To overcome this problem when first powering up or when switching between emergency and mains operations the LD-CB module features a live in/live out relay which ensures the load is in place before the mains driver is powered up.

 

 

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LD-CO

Central Battery LED Emergency Control Gear (LM-CB)

The LM-CB 110 central battery emergency LED control gear allows for hold-off or slave operation of low power LED modules. The emergency gear is designed to operate from either a 50V or 110V AC/DC central battery supply, and for hold off operation an un-switched 230V AC mains supply would be required as well.

The LM-CB 110 range can be configured for use with single medium power LEDs or up to 4 low power LEDs wired in series as the output current is selectable on the module.

The LM-CB 110 control gear is designed for ease of installation offering compact dimensions and push wire terminal. They are also available with cable restraints providing an ideal solution for independent control gear for use with recessed LED down-lighters such as the LDE range.

 

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Standard OM and OM/LP Modules

Fluorescent Emergency Conversion Equipment (ECK)

ECK (Emergency Conversion Kits) comprise a high quality emergency lighting inverter module and the appropriate battery pack. Standard kits offer 4Ah High Temperature Nickel Cadmium cells in a stick format. However, side by side formats and Nickel Metal Hydride batteries are also available.

ECK kits are available with OM or OM/LP inverter modules which are referred to as ‘Total Isolation’ or 5-pole control units (featuring full 4pole change-over of the lamp/gear connections plus a timed fifth pole to make & break the ballast live supply). This ensures that the ECK conversion kits are suitable for all ballast types including HF and dimming.

OMproOMpro DALI Control and Self-Test Modules for Fluorescent Luminaires

Fluorescent Emergency Conversion Equipment with DALI/Self-Test (OMpro)

The standard fluorescent ECK (Emergency Conversion Kits) comprise an OM high quality emergency lighting inverter module and the appropriate battery pack.

Where Self-Test or fully interoperable DALI is required the OMpro module should be specified.

The OMpro range offers a low-profile charger/inverter module with High temperature Nickel Cadmium or Nickel Metal Hydride batteries to suit the application.

As with standard OM or OM/LP modules the OMpro inverter modules provide ‘total isolation’ ie 5-pole control (featuring full 4 pole change-over of the lamp/gear connections plus a timed fifth pole to make & break the ballast live supply) ensuring successful operation with all ballast types including HF and dimming.

LDpro Emergency Equipment with DALI and Self-Test

High Power LED Emergency Equipment with DALI/Self-Test (LDpro)

Easy conversion of all modern LED luminaires plus integral Self-Test or DALI emergency lighting operation.

The LDpro emergency LED control gear allows maintained operation of high power LED modules or arrays when utilising the standard mains voltage LED control gear in-line with the emergency LED control gear.

LDpro modules incorporate a facility to provide automatic Self-Test or fully interoperable DALI interface with an appropriate DALI control system.

LDpro kits incorporate a Self-Test/DALI LED driver/charger module, high temperature Nickel Cadmium (or Nickel Metal Hydride) battery, required connectors and bi-colour indicator.

In the event of a mains failure, an integral relay disconnects the LED lighting load from the mains control gear and then connects it to the emergency control gear which operates the LED module/array at constant power providing a precise Emergency Ballast Lumen Factor throughout the entire duration of 3 hours.

The various high power LED modules utilise different arrays of LEDs connected in series or a combination of series and parallel, and the LDpro range can be configured to suit any of these.

Each LDpro module is configured for a maximum forward voltage and an optimum operating current. The LDpro modules will operate any LED requiring a forward voltage below the maximum rating of the module. However, for the best performance it is recommended that the LDpro module with the rated forward voltage closest to the LED rating is selected.

LD/LDpro Product Selector

Selecting the correct LDpro 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/LDpro Product Selector.

 

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IM Integrated Modules

Integrated Conversion Equipment (IM)

The Integrated Modules incorporate a high quality electronic ballast and an emergency lighting inverter within the same enclosure. The module should be connected to a permanent 230 volt supply to charge the Nickel Cadmium or Nickel Metal Hydride batteries. A second switched mains supply then provides normal lighting. In the event of a failure of the permanent supply the lamp continues to operate from the battery.

There are two physically different modules. One is ideally suited to the wide range of circular and square compact fluorescent luminaires which utilise the 28Watt or 38 watt 2D lamps.

The second is designed to fit in the gearbox associated with compact fluorescent downlights. There are different calibrations for various lamp wattages but in all cases the circuits are designed to generate less heat than standard fluorescent control gear helping to maintain optimum battery temperatures within the small enclosures.

2D VERSIONS

IM Integrated Modules are suitable for operation of all 16 – 38 watt 2D lamps including T5 and Amalgam.

LD-CO

LD-CO – High Power LED Emergency Equipment

Easy conversion of all modern LED luminaires

LD-CO emergency LED control gear allows maintained operation of high power LED modules or arrays, when utilising the standard mains voltage LED control gear in-line with the emergency LED control gear.

The LD-CO Kits incorporate the appropriate LD-CO driver/charger module, high temperature Nickel-Cadmium (or Nickel Metal Hybride) battery, required connectors and charge indicator. In the event of a mains failure, an integral relay disconnects the LED lighting load from the mains control gear and then connects it to the emergency control gear which operates the LED module/array at constant power providing a precise Emergency Ballast Lumen Factor throughout the entire duration of 3 hours.

The various high power LED modules utilise different arrays of LEDs connected in series or a combination of series and parallel and there will be an ideal LD-CO kit to suit any of these.

Each LD-CO module is configured for a maximum forward voltage and an optimum operating current. The LD-CO module will operate any LED requiring a forward voltage below the maximum rating of the module. However, for the best performance it is recommended that the LD-CO module with the rated forward voltage closest to the LED rating is selected.

Note: For versions offering Self-Test or fully interoperable DALI control and reporting functions please refer to the LDpro range.

LD/LDpro Product Selector

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.

 

LDM module

LDM – LED Array Emergency Control Gear

LDM Range

The ELP ENEC marked LDM emergency LED control gear allows emergency lighting operation of high-power LED modules when used in conjunction with the standard mains voltage LED control gear.

The emergency control gear incorporates a module/charger and a high temperature Nickel Cadmium or Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery. In the event of a mains failure an integral 2-pole relay disconnects the LED lighting load from the mains control gear and then connects it to the emergency control gear which operates the LED module at an optimum light output for the rated duration.

 

LED Power Supplies

LED Power Supplies

To compliment our LED lighting ranges there are a range of LED driver circuits for mains voltage supplies.

Mains voltage (static inverter) LED drivers
Choose from the LDPSU230 range for one or two 13 watt LEDs.

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LM – LED Maintained DALI/Self-Test Emergency Control Gear

LM Range

The ELP LM range provides maintained (mains and emergency) operation of single high power LEDs (or up to 4 connected in series).

The LM range can be connected to a DALI system, or can function in a stand-alone Self-Test mode.

The control gear incorporates an LED driver circuit, integral charger and a high temperature Nickel Cadmium battery. In the event of a mains failure, the control gear operates the LED (or string of LEDs) at the full light output, for a duration of 3 hours.

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Low Voltage Conversion Equipment (THK)

The THK range offers a choice of low voltage power packs for the operation of LV Tungsten Halogen or LED downlights.

The range includes a single enclosure unit (suitable for applications where access is not limited), a two piece version allowing the whole unit to be passed through an 80mm diameter ceiling cut-out and multi-piece versions (PTH) for 65mm cutouts (6 volt) and 120mm cut-outs (12 volt).

All THK units utilise high quality 5year life Valve Regulated Lead Acid batteries and can be supplied with or without a mains transformer for normal switchable lighting.

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Maintained Low Power LED Emergency Equipment with DALI/Self-Test (LMpro)

The LMpro Kits provide maintained (mains and emergency operation) of either one or two LEDs connected in series.

Where a single mains/emergency driver is required with Self-Test or fully interoperable DALI the LMpro modules should be specified.

The LMpro range offers a low-profile charger/ inverter module with High temperature Nickel Cadmium or Nickel Metal Hydride batteries to suit the application. (sub-C cell NiCd batteries are supplied as standard).

LMpro modules are available with or without cable restraints providing an ideal solution for use as built-in or independent control gear. The modules feature high quality constant current driver circuits and integral change-over from the normal mains driver circuit to emergency operation whenever the permanent live supply is lost.

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RGT Refurbishment Geartrays

Refurbishment Geartrays
(RGT)

During routine maintenance visits, lighting engineers are often faced with trying to establish why an existing or old emergency luminaire is not working.

The possible causes could relate to breakdown faults within 3 complex and expensive components, each individually taking a considerable amount of time to replace.

Changing the complete luminaire is not normally an option because of potential damage to the décor and difficulty in finding new luminaires which match the existing installation.