The SP66-3340-V21 (S-Class LED-panel) emergency luminaires are powered by a built-in rechargeable battery. When the power supply is available, the luminaire operates as a normal lighting device. During power outages, it switches to emergency mode and provides autonomous operation.
When the power supply is restored, the emergency luminaire returns to normal operation from the mains. At this time, the batteries are charged, accumulating charge.
The standby luminaires do not require any maintenance or supervision. They can only be switched off using the standby light switch.
An emergency power supply unit (EPU) enables the luminaire to operate from its own power source. The autonomous emergency backup model of the luminaire ensures the creation of the required luminous flux for a set time.
In accordance with the requirements of regulatory acts, any type of public space in public places must be equipped with backup lighting fixtures. Luminaires with batteries are installed in premises for various purposes in offices, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, shops, warehouses, etc.
Emergency lighting prevents disruption of the normal functioning of offices, conference rooms, social and childcare facilities, educational institutions, medical and shopping centres, etc.
During emergencies, battery-powered luminaires reduce the luminous flux but still provide the necessary level of illumination for the premises and emergency lighting for escape routes.
Our emergency luminaires with a matte uniform diffuser have a long service life of at least 50,000 hours. The warranty is 5 years from the date of sale.
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