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Emergency

Lighting

Self-Contained Surface Mounted Luminaires 5

Self-Contained Utility Lighting 6

Self-Contained Recessed and Low Profile Luminaires 7-8

Self-Contained Exit Luminaires 9

Self-Contained Double Beam Projectors 10

Legend Selection Chart 11

LED Emergency Lighting 12

Conversions 13-14

Design Guide 15-23


Emergency Lighting

SELF-CONTAINED SURFACE MOUNTED LUMINAIRES

A selection of 8W self-contained surface mounted luminaires suitable for a wide variety of interior and exterior applications.

8W BULKHEAD

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 0001

8W IP65 Non-Maintained SEM83NM 4830 126734

Bulkhead

8W IP65 Maintained SEM83M 4831 126747

Bulkhead

Recessing Kit (For SEM8) SEM8RECKIT 135356

RAPIDLITE

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

3hr 8W Non-Maintained EL-JRL8/3NM 4830 894879

3hr 8W Maintained EL-JRL8/3M 4831 894882

ROBOLITE 2

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

3hr 8W Non-Maintained EL-ROB8/3NM 4830 901746

3hr 8W Maintained EL-ROB8/3M 4831 901759

8W Mains EL-ROB8/230 4451 901762

STREAMLITE

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

3hr 8W Non-Maintained EL-JSL8/3NM-2 4840 881170

3hr 8W Maintained EL-JSL8/3M-2 4841 881183

See Page 11 For Legend Selection

• Easy to install

• Shallow and unobtrusive profile

• Simple first-fix base with removable gear tray

• ABS body with snap-on polycarbonate diffuser

• Dimensions mm (L/W/D) 353 x 96 x 75mm

Viewing Distance:

12 metres

when used with

optional legend kit

• Vandal resistant

• High performance, wide spacing distribution

• Time saving first-fix base and plug-in gear tray

• Optional legend kit

• Dimensions (L/W/D) 330 x 135 x 80mm

Viewing Distance:

24 metres

when used with

optional legend kit

• Heavy duty vandal resistant construction

• Heavy duty terminal block

• Matching mains version available

• Dimensions (L/W/D) 400 x 140 x 100mm

• Optional legend kit

Viewing Distance:

16 metres

when used with

optional legend kit

• Shallow profile design - only 62mm deep

• Large format ideal for retro fit installations

• Optional large format legend kit

• Diffuser retained by screws

• Dimensions (L/W/D) 416 x 194 x 62mm

Viewing Distance:

35 metres

when used with optional

large format legend kit

Optional

Legend kit

1 YEAR

GUARANTEE

Optional

Legend kit

1 YEAR

GUARANTEE

Optional

Legend kit

IP65

Time saving first fix base

and plug-in gear tray

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

1 YEAR

GUARANTEE

Optional large

format legend kit

IP65

IP65

IP20

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SELF-CONTAINED UTILITY LIGHTING

A popular range of luminaires designed to satisfy a variety of applications, particularly suited for

hotels, waiting areas, office receptions, corridors and stairwells.

IP20

IP20

IP20

IP20

1 YEAR

GUARANTEE

1 YEAR

GUARANTEE

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

SQUARELITE

• Square 28W fluorescent energy saving 2D

luminaire in mains and emergency versions

• Unobtrusive low profile

• Easy to install, with quick fit gear tray

and diffuser

• Dimensions mm (L/W/D) 260 x 260 x 90mm

CIRCULITE

• Circular fluorescent energy saving 2D

luminaire in mains and emergency versions

• Unobtrusive low profile

• Easy to install, with quick fit gear tray

and diffuser

• Available in 16W and 28W versions

• Dimensions (Dia/D) 285 x 100mm

SOLAR PLUS

A new concept in aesthetic and technical flexibility,

enhanced by a variety of trim options, to suite any

style of interior décor.

• Easy installation with a first fix terminal

action between gear tray and base

• High frequency control gear

• Coloured trim options and semi recess kit available

• Note, semi recess kit and decorative

angled trim can also be used together

• Dimensions Standard (Dia/D) 350 x 118mm,

c/w Dec. Angled Trim (Dia/D) 426 x 118mm

VIOLA

• Large, well appointed luminaire

suited to prestigious surroundings

• Opal diffuser and slim polished

brass gallery

• Mains and emergency versions

• Dimensions (Dia/D) 389 x 178mm

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

3hr 28W Non-Maintained EL-JSQ28/3NM 4437 114478

3hr 28W Maintained EL-JSQ28/3M 4437 114465

28W Mains EL-JSQ28/2D 4406 114452

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

3hr 28W Non-Maintained EL-JCL28/3NM 4434 894905

3hr 28W Maintained EL-JCL28/3/M 4434 894918

28W Mains EL-JCL28/2D 4402 894921

3hr 16W Non-Maintained EL-JCL16/3NM 4433 114436

3hr 16W Maintained EL-JCL16/3M 4433 114423

16W Mains EL-JCL16/2D 4401 114410

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

LUMINAIRES

Code 8274

3 hr 28W Maintained EL-SOLP/28/3M 4434 901610

28W Mains

ACCESSORIES

EL-SOLP/28/2D 4402 901607

Dec. Angled Trim (White) EL-SOLP/TRIM/W 901623

Dec. Angled Trim (Gold) EL-SOLP/TRIM/G 901636

Dec. Angled Trim (Silver) EL-SOLP/TRIM/S 901649

Dec. Angled Trim (Black) EL-SOLP/TRIM/B 901652

Semi-Recess Kit EL-SOLP/SRK 901665

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

3hr 28W Maintained Brass EL-VIB28/3M 4439 111332

8W Mains Brass EL-VIB28/2D 4448 111345


Emergency Lighting

WAYLUX

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

LUMINAIRES

3 hr 8W Non-Maintained EL-WL8/3NM 4830 901555

3 hr 8W Maintained EL-WL8/3M 4831 901568

SELF-CONTAINED RECESSED AND LOW PROFILE LUMINAIRES

NEW TRIMLUX

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

LUMINAIRES

3 hr 8W Non-Maintained

Recessed Body

EL-TR8/3NM 4808 901335

3 hr 8W Maintained

Recessed Body

TRIM / DIFFUSERS

EL-TR8/3M 4809 901348

Standard (White) EL-TR/TRIM/W 901364

Standard (Brass) EL-TR/TRIM/B 901380

Standard (Stainless Steel) EL-TR/TRIM/SS 901393

Standard (Aluminium) EL-TR/TRIM/A 901416

TRIM/DIFFUSERS FOR EDGE LIT LEGEND

Slotted (White) EL-TR/STRIM/W 901432

Slotted (Brass) EL-TR/STRIM/B 901458

Slotted (Stainless Steel) EL-TR/STRIM/SS 901461

Slotted (Aluminium)

SINGLE SIDED LEGENDS

EL-TR/STRIM/A 901487

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-TR/LEG/R

Man / Door / Arrow Right)

901490

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-TR/LEG/L

Man / Door / Arrow Left)

901500

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-TR/LEG/D

Man / Door / Arrow Down)

DOUBLE SIDED LEGENDS

901513

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-TR/LEG/DS1

Man / Door / Arrow Down)

901526

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-TR/LEG/DS2

Man / Door / Arrow Left / Right)

901539

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-TR/LEG/DS3

Man / Door / Arrow Up)

901542

• Slim body

• First-fix assembly

• Light optimised diffuser

• Self adhesive legends available

• Dimensions (H/W/D) 193 x 360 x 55mm

Viewing Distance:

36 metres

when used with

optional legend kit

A superb recessed indoor luminaire or

illuminated exit sign that blends perfectly

into both traditional and modern prestigous

surroundings.

• Fully recessed

• Slim, clean style

• Winged installation feature for

ceiling tile mount

• Trim / Diffuser available in four finishes

• Double sided legends available

• Dimensions (L/W/D) 324 x 169 x 75mm

The New Trimlux can be installed as a stand

alone recessed luminaire by utilising the

recessed body and standard trim / diffuser.

Alternatively it can be installed as a recessed

exit light by selecting the slotted trim /

diffuser and appropriate edge lit legend.

Viewing Distance:

30 metres

when used with

optional legend kit

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

Optional

Legend kit

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

IP42

IP20

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IP20

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

SELF-CONTAINED RECESSED AND LOW PROFILE LUMINAIRES

NEW FLUSHLITE

A sleek and impressive recessed emergency

luminaire that complements hotel and office

interior spaces.

• Fully recessed

• Slim, clean style

• Light engineered diffuser for optimised

spacing

• Winged installation feature for ceiling

tile mount

• Dimensions (L/H/D) 407 x 65 x 165mm

(without legend)

The New Flushlite can be installed as a stand

alone recessed luminaire by utilising the

recessed body and standard diffuser.

Alternatively it can be installed as a recessed

exit light by selecting the slotted diffuser and

appropriate edge lit legend.

Viewing Distance:

30 metres

when used with

optional legend kit

SELF-CONTAINED EXIT LUMINAIRES

A comprehensive collection of exit luminaires that are ideally suited to almost all emergency

lighting applications and easily fulfill the designers specific needs in most installations.

IP20

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

Viewing Distance:

30 metres

EXIT BOX

A slim and compact 8 watt emergency sign

with a viewing distance of up to 30 metres.

Particularly well suited to installations where

there is limited wall space above a door.

A generous downlight panel provides

illumination at floor level. A sturdy design

with clean lines that makes the fitting both

easy to see and complementary to a variety

of exit route applications.

• Dimensions (L/H/D) 483 x 236 x 64mm

• ICEL approved

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

LUMINAIRES

3 hr 8W Non-Maintained

Recessed Body

EL-FL8/3NM 4808 901678

3 hr 8W Maintained

Recessed Body

DIFFUSERS

EL-FL8/3M 4809 901681

Standard Diffuser EL-FL/DIF 901694

Standard Diffuser with

Slot for Edge Lit Legend

LEGENDS

EL-FL/SDIF 901704

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-FL/LEG/R

Man / Door / Arrow Right)

901717

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-FL/LEG/L

Man / Door / Arrow Left)

901720

Edge Lit Legend (Running

Man / Door / Arrow Down)

EL-FL/LEG/D 901733

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

EXIT BOX

Code 0001

3 hr 8W Non-Maintained SEMEX83NM+ 4440 148783

3 hr 8W Maintained SEMEX83M+ 4441 148796


Emergency Lighting

INOVALITE

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

INOVALITE (WITH LEGEND)

3hr 8W

Non-Maintained

EL-JSNV2/8/3NM 4840 880090

3hr 8W

Maintained

EL-JSNV2/8/3M 4841 880100

EDGELITE 3

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

LUMINAIRES - EXIT LIGHTS

3 hr 8W Non-Maintained

(Stainless Steel)

EL-EDG8/3NM/S 4810 901788

3 hr 8W Non-Maintained EL-EDG8/3NM/B

(Brass)

4810 901791

3 hr 8W Non-Maintained EL-EDG8/3NM/W

(White)

4810 901801

3 hr 8W Maintained

(Stainless Steel)

EL-EDG8/3M/S 4811 901814

3 hr 8W Maintained

(Brass)

EL-EDG8/3M/B 4811 901827

3 hr 8W Maintained

(White)

SINGLE SIDED LEGENDS

EL-EDG8/3M/W 4811 901283

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-EDG/LEG/L

Man / Door / Arrow Left)

901306

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-EDG/LEG/R

Man / Door / Arrow Right)

901319

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-EDG/LEG/D

Man / Door / Arrow Down)

DOUBLE SIDED LEGENDS

901296

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-EDG/LEG/DS1

Man / Door / Arrow Down)

901322

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-EDG/LEG/DS2

Man / Door / Arrow Left / Right)

901351

Edge Lit Legend (Running EL-EDG/LEG/DS3

Man / Door / Arrow Up)

901377

SELF-CONTAINED EXIT LUMINAIRES

• Unique dual function downlight and

exit sign

• Supplied with universal legend kit

• Vandal resistant polycarbonate

construction

• Dimensions (L/H/D) 380 x 180 x 75mm

Viewing Distance:

25 metres

Edgelite 3 is a distinctive example of the

traditional edge lit luxury sign. Available in

three finishes. Brass, the perfect choice for

period or prestige settings. White for modern

clean appeal and and stainless steel where a

contemporary look is required. The body is

hung by a hook and chain arrangement that

has both an aesthetic and practical appeal.

The mains connector block is seated

conveniently in the support pod which can

be mounted either on a ceiling or wall.

• Dimensions

Gear and Legend (L/H/D) 358 x 300 x 61mm,

Support Pod (L/H/D) 358 x 42 x 61mm

Viewing Distance:

32 metres

Unique

downlight

function

1 YEAR

GUARANTEE

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

IP20

IP20

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IP20

SELF-CONTAINED DOUBLE BEAM PROJECTORS

The new range of double beam protectors are suitable for a wide variety of interior and exterior applications,

particularly for warehouses, loading bays, commercial swimming pools and other high ceiling installations.

Top or side

mounting of

lampheads

IP20

IP20

IP65

1 YEAR

GUARANTEE

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

2 YEAR

GUARANTEE

DOUBLE BEAM (2x18W)

• Competitive 2x18W beam projector

for internal applications

• Easy to install

• Hinged front access door

• Top or side mounting of lamp heads

• Multi-directional lamp heads

• 3hr duration

• Dimensions (L1/L2/H/D)

360 x 320 x 355 x 80mm

DOUBLE BEAM (2x55W)

• Internal 2x55W beam projector

• Easy to install

• Removable front cover

• Top mounted multi-directional lamp heads

• Dimensions (H/L/D) 320 x 470 x 135mm

DOUBLE BEAM (EXTERNAL)

• IP65 beam projectors for external and

wet applications

• Easy to install

• Remote multi-directional lamp heads

c/w angled wall brackets

• Available as 2x55W and 2x20W versions

• Dimensions (Enclosure) (H/L/D)

280 x 280 x 130mm

• Dimensions (Remote Lamp Head

and Bracket) (H/L/D) 231 x 177 x 140mm

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 0001

3hr Non-Maintained

2x18W

SEM18TB 4802 133989

DOUBLE BEAM (2x18W) TIME DELAY

A competitive 2x18W beam projector for internal

applications where discharge lighting such as SON /

HQI (High Bay / Low Bay Luminaires) are installed.

The time delay function operates an over-run timer

operation on the luminaire, meaning that the

emergency lighting will stay operational after power

is resumed and whilst normal lighting (SON / HQI)

re-strikes and returns to normal light levels.

• Easy to install

• Multi-directional lamp heads

• 3hr duration

• Dimensions (L/H/D) 260 x 358 x 99mm

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

3hr Non-Maintained EL-DB/2X18TD 4802 901474

2x18W (C/W Time

Delay/Over-Run Timer)

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

1hr Non-Maintained

2x55W

EL-DB/2X55 4802 901429

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

3hr Non-Maintained EL-DB/2X20IP 4802 901445

2x20W IP65

1hr Non-Maintained EL-DB/2X55IP 4802 901403

2x55W IP65

1 Hour Version


Emergency Lighting

1. Simply select your chosen luminaire

2. Decide the legend format required:

3. Read off the part number for the appropriate legend

LEGEND SELECTION CHART

Example... 1. New Flushlite (EL-FL8/3M)

A B C D

2. Arrow Right C

3. Legend required = EL-FL/LEG/R

Luminaire Part No. Legend Formats (Part Number) Legend

Model

A B

C

D

Type

SEM83NM - - - SEM83LEGEND Adhesive

8W Bulkhead SEM83M - - - SEM83LEGEND Adhesive

EL-JRL8/3NM - - - EL-LEXSABL Adhesive

Rapidlite EL-JRL8/3M - - - EL-LEXSABL Adhesive

EL-ROB8/3NM - - - EL-ROBLEG Adhesive

Robolite 2 EL-ROB8/3M - - - EL-ROBLEG Adhesive

EL-ROB8/230 - - - EL-ROBLEG Adhesive

EL-JSL8/3NM-2 - - - EL-35ML/JSL Adhesive

Streamlite EL-JSL8/3M-2 - - - EL-35ML/JSL Adhesive

EL-WL8/3NM EL-WL/LEG/D EL-WL/LEG/L EL-WL/LEG/R - Adhesive

Waylux EL-WL8/3M EL-WL/LEG/D EL-WL/LEG/L EL-WL/LEG/R - Adhesive

EL-TR8/3NM EL-TR/LEG/D EL-TR/LEG/L EL-TR/LEG/R – Acrylic

New Trimlux EL-TR8/3M EL-TR/LEG/D EL-TR/LEG/L EL-TR/LEG/R – Acrylic

EL-FL8/3NM EL-FL/LEG/D EL-FL/LEG/L EL-FL/LEG/R - Acrylic

New Flushlite EL-FL8/3M EL-FL/LEG/D EL-FL/LEG/L EL-FL/LEG/R - Acrylic

EL-EDG8/3NM/S EL/EDG/LEG/D EL/EDG/LEG/L EL/EDG/LEG/R - Acrylic

Edgelite 3 EL-EDG8/3NM/B EL/EDG/LEG/D EL/EDG/LEG/L EL/EDG/LEG/R - Acrylic

EL-EDG8/3NM/W EL/EDG/LEG/D EL/EDG/LEG/L EL/EDG/LEG/R - Acrylic

EL-EDG8/3M/S EL/EDG/LEG/D EL/EDG/LEG/L EL/EDG/LEG/R - Acrylic

EL-EDG8/3M/B EL/EDG/LEG/D EL/EDG/LEG/L EL/EDG/LEG/R - Acrylic

EL-EDG8/3M/W EL/EDG/LEG/D EL/EDG/LEG/L EL/EDG/LEG/R - Acrylic

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LED EMERGENCY LIGHTING

Emergency lights must be regularly maintained and in full working order to meet British Standards. Fluorescent lamps in emergency luminaires

have a typical working life of around six thousand hours, at which point they need to be replaced. When used in a luminaire operating in maintained

mode, this equates to a working life of approximately nine months.

Fluorescent lamps contain mercury so special arrangements have to be made to dispose of used lamps in an appropriate manner.

The very latest LED light sources have a working life of over 50,000 hours, more than nine times that of a fluorescent lamp, vastly reducing the

costs required to keep emergency lights correctly maintained.

Viewing Distance:

24 metres

Firesound LED

A high quality cast aluminium 90 minute Fire

Rated Triple LED downlight with a twist and lock

bezel to comply with todays demanding standards

• High output 3 x 1w single chip LED's

(30w T/H equivalent)

• Supplied pre-wired with 350mA LED driver

• Up to 50,000 hrs lamp life

• Available in White, Chrome and Satin

Chrome finish

Firesound LED (Emergency)

• Now available with 3 hour duration

maintained emergency pack

• Suitable for Non Maintained and

Maintained applications

• 100% light output on mains failure

• Compact inverter housed in flexible

intumescent 1 hour rated sleeve

A contemporary recessed LED lighting solution

suitable for office, school, shop and hotel

interiors. The Serenga Sun-Lite recessed version

is available with 2 power LEDs for escape route

applications and one for spot work to highlight

points of emphasis, changes of floor level or

needed equipment, such as extinguishers.

Control gear is housed in a tidy module, which

will fit through a 68mm aperture in a ceiling or

wall suitable for recessing. The innovative

electronic design is highly energy efficient,

supporting LED light sources, which have a

life expectancy in excess of 50,000 hours.

LED FIRE RATED DOWNLIGHT

Description Ref No. Order No.

0001

Downlight - White SF50LED31F WHI 147360

Emegency SF50LED31F/E3 WHI 147373

Downlight - White

SERENGA SUN-LITE LED DOWNLIGHT

EVOLED LED EXIT SIGN

An LED exit sign, with a simple to install,

screwless, clip together assembly. The push

in legend has a self locking mechanism which

requires a tool for its removal.

The clever luminaire design results in an exit

sign with a viewing distance of 24 Metres but

with an overall depth of just 190mm, making

it ideal for ceiling mounted applications with

limited headroom.

Suitable for Non-Maintained and Maintained

applications.

Description Ref No. Order No.

7231

Recessed Downlighter,

1W LED spot, M3

SER-DS-RM3 990584

Recessed Downlighter,

2x1W LED, open area, M3

SER-DA-RM3 990571

Recessed Downlighter,

2x1W LED, escape routes, M3

SER-DW-RM3 990597

Description Ref No. Order No.

5948

Maintained LED Exit Light ICM 001357

c/w Self Test - White

Maintained LED Exit Light ICMS 001360

c/w Self Test - Silver

Legend (Running Man/Door/ ICAD 001399

Arrow Down) Double Sided

Legend (Running Man/Door/ ICADS 001409

Arrow Down) Single Sided

Legend (Running Man/Door/ ICALR 001412

Arrow Left-Right) Double Sided


Emergency Lighting CONVERSIONS

An extensive range of modification kits to convert standard, compact fluorescent and low voltage tungsten halogen fittings into self-contained,

non-maintained and maintained emergency. An emergency lighting conversion service to ISO9002 and ICEL1004 is also available, all conversions

are EMC tested, CE marked and come with a 3 year guarantee. Ask your local branch for details.

BOXED CONVERSION UNITS

(FLUORESCENT)

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

3.6V 3 Cell Conversion EL-CON/FL3C 4820 901212

4.6V 4 Cell Conversion EL-CON/FL4C 4820 901225

6.0V 5 Cell Conversion EL-CON/FL5C 4820 901238

Compact 3.6V 3 Cell EL-CON/CFL3C 4820 901209

Conversion

• Used to convert 230V fluorescent

luminaires to provide emergency lighting

• Suitable for most fluorescent lamp circuits

including the majority of electronic ballasts

• Will convert 4 pin compact fluorescent and

2D lamps

• Fully wired in a remote box

BALLAST LUMEN FACTOR GUIDE

(FLUORESCENT CONVERSIONS)

For emergency operation it is not

necessary that the lamps burn at full

strength. The BLF illustrates the light

output of the lamp during emergency

operation compared to that during

normal operation

For example: A 36W T8 lamp

converted with a 4 x cell conversion

will produce 10% of normal lamp

output compared to 5% when using

a 3 cell conversion.

LAMP WATTAGE EL-CON/FL/3C EL-CON/CFL/3C EL-CON/FL/4C EL-CON/FL/5C

(3 X Cell) (3 X Cell) (4 X Cell) (5 X Cell)

3.6V 3.6V 4.8V 6.0V

BLF (%) BLF (%) BLF (%) BLF (%)

T8 18 7 11

30 6 11

36 5 10

58 7 8

70 7

SE 5 10 19 27 28

7 10 18 27 28

9 9 17 25 26

11 11 16 23 27

TCL 18 6 10 12 14

24 6 8 12 15

36 5 7 9 11

40 11

55 8

DEL 10 9 15 28

13 9 15 27

18 11 15 21 23

26 8 13 15 20

TEL 13 9 12 23

18 12 16 22

26 11 13 21

32 14

2D 10 8 23

16 6

21

28 7 12

38 9

T5 6 9

8 9

14 7 16

22 (Circular) 16

24 13

40 13

55 (Circular) 11

54 10

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Emergency Lighting CONVERSIONS

BOXED CONVERSION UNIT

(LOW VOLTAGE)

• Used to convert low voltage tungsten

halogen luminaires to emergency

• Suitable for 12V 20W, 35W and 50W lamps

• 3 Hour duration

• Suitable for non-maintained applications

• Suitable for maintained applications with

the addition of an external transformer

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

Boxed Low Voltage EL-CON/LV/TH/B 4826 901186

Emergency Pack

NEEDLEPACK CONVERSION

(LOW VOLTAGE)

A revolutionary new concept in low voltage

emergency packs. An ingenious design where

the batteries are connected radially allowing

the pack to be inserted through a low voltage

downlight cut-out.

• Used to convert low voltage tungsten

halogen to emergency

• Suitable for 12V 20W, 35W and 50W lamps

• 3 Hour duration

• Suitable for non-maintained applications

• Suitable for maintained applications with

the addition of an external transformer

• Batteries housed in flexible intumescent

1 hour rated sleeve

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

Low Voltage EL-CON/LV/TH/S 4827 901199

Emergency Pack

REPLACEMENT BATTERIES

Suitable for Exit Luminaires, Bulkheads, Utility

Lighting and Double Beam Projectors

• EN60285 compliant

Description Ref No. EQ Order No.

Code 8274

Single Cell Tagged EL-4000DHB* 8055 111510

2 Cell Stick Tagged EL-2/4000DH4* 8055 111536

3 Cell Stick Tagged EL-3/4000DH4* 8055 111552

4 Cell Stick Tagged EL-4/4000DH4* 8055 111578

2 Cell Side by

Side Tagged

EL-2/4000DH3* 8055 111594

3 Cell Side by

Side Tagged

EL-3/4000DH3* 8055 111617

6V 12Ah Battery FIR-NP12-6 991866

*Add suffix ‘F’ for flying leads


Emergency Lighting DESIGN GUIDE

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

The main reason for installing an emergency lighting system is to

enable the building to meet fire safety legislation in a way that is

visually acceptable and meets the user’s needs for ease of operation

and maintenance. Consequently it is important to establish all the

relevant legal requirements for emergency lighting and fire alarm

systems before commencing the design. These should ideally be

agreed between the system designer, user, fire authority, building

control officer and system installer.

The main legislative requirements are:

THE BUILDING REGULATIONS 2000 - 2005 edition

(England and Wales with equivalent legislation

covering Scotland and Northern Ireland)

The main changes regarding emergency lighting in the 2005 edition

are that designers are reminded that when finished and put into use,

the building will have to have satifactory fire precautions to meet the

hazards identified by the fire risk assessment required by the Fire

Safety Order

The building regulations detail the design and construction

characteristics of a building. Approved Document B details the fire

safety requirements for new buildings and the major refurbishment

of existing premises. Table 9 of this document shows the locations

that must be provided with emergency lighting. It now defines that

in addition to escape routes, all open areas larger than 60m 2 must be

illuminated in the event of the failure of the normal lighting supply. It

also clarifies that emergency lighting is needed for all parts of schools

that either do not have natural light or are used outside normal school

hours. The regulations require that systems comply with BS 5266-1,

the code of practice for emergency lighting.

THE FIRE SAFETY ORDER 2005

(England and Wales with equivalent legislation

covering Scotland and Northern Ireland)

These items of legislation replace the Fire Precautions act 1997

and are the laws by which the UK enforces the European Workplace

Directive.

This new legislation requires that all premises must be safeguared

from fire by appropriate fire safety precautions.

• This must be demonstated by the responsible person for the

premises (normally the employer) conducting a fire safety risk

assessment. If the site has 5 or more employees then the risk

assessment must be kept as a formal record for inspection by

the Fire Authority.

• The Assessment replaces fire certificates which are now no

longer valid

Main points in the guide are:

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• That the law now covers all premises that have employees or

are visited by members of the public. (Previously Fire certificates

did not cover small premises)

• Emergency lighting should by upgraded to meet the current

standards (Previously a premises did not have to be upgraded

when standards improved, now those engineered to previous

issues need to be brought up to date)

The Government has produced 11 guides for individual applications

to help employers to conduct their assessments and gives guidance

on the safety equipment required.

The guides make it clear that occupants have to be protected from

risks in the event of the normal supply failing to assist users they

advise that:

• Emergency lighting is likely to be required where any escape

routes are internal and without windows or if the premises are

used during darkness (including early darkness in Winter)

• The assessment should cover the location of employees and any

visitors (including information on those persons with disabilities)

to the site to assist in determining the areas requiring

emergency lighting.

• The guidance gives detailed requirements for the suitability of

escape routes and calls for the installation of emergency

lighting to be in accordance with BS 5266-1

• The evaluation of areas with a fire risk assists when deciding

which areas need protection, e.g. a school chemical

laboratory may be smaller than 60m 2 but still need emergency

lighting, as combustible materials and sources of ignition would

be present

• It recommends that advice on the installation should be given

by a competent person who specialises in emergency lighting

systems

• Continued maintenance and testing must be correctly carried

out, to comply with the directive

• The equipment used must be capable of being demonstrated

as of adequate quality. Compliance with the appropriate

British Standard, or other approved third party scheme,

gives evidence of this. The standard for luminaires is

BS EN 60598-2-22. ICEL 1001 registration endorses the

spacing data of these luminaires. The standard for central

battery systems is BS EN 50171

Note: When the premises are being assessed for risk,

shortcomings in other areas of fire protection can be

compensated for by improved levels of emergency

lighting and fire alarms.

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THE HEALTH AND SAFETY (SAFETY SIGNS

AND SIGNALS) REGULATIONS 1996

These regulations bring into force the EC Safety Signs Directive

(92/58/EEC) on the provision and use of safety signs at work. The

purpose of the Directive is to encourage the standardisation of safety

signs throughout the member states of the European Union so that

safety signs, wherever they are seen, have the same meaning.

The regulations apply to all safety signs including those which provide

directional signage for escape routes.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

In addition to fire safety legislation, some workplaces require a licence

from the Local Authority, including theatres and cinemas, sport

stadiums and premises for public entertainment, music, dancing,

gambling and the sale of alcohol. Other premises must be registered

with the Local Authority and be inspected by the Fire Authority,

including nursing homes, children's homes, residential care homes

and independent schools. Both licensed and registered premises have

to pass a fire inspection to confirm that they have systems complying

with BS 5266-1 for the emergency lighting and BS 5839 for fire

equipment. Records of a system are now essential to maintain the

validity of approvals and licences.

EMERGENCY LIGHTING - SYSTEM DESIGN

This section provides guidance on system design to meet BS 5266

Parts 1 and 7 and so achieve compliance with legislation

DESIGN OBJECTIVE

BS 5266, when referring to the provision of Escape Lighting in

section 4.2, requires that when the supply to all or part of the

normal lighting in occupied premises fails, escape lighting is

required to fulfil the following function:

(a) To indicate clearly and unambiguously the escape routes.

(b) To provide illumination along such routes to allow safe

movement towards and through the exits provided.

(c) To ensure that fire alarm call points and fire fighting equipment

provided along escape routes can be readily located.

(d) To permit operations concerned with safety measures.

BS 5266-1 recommends that discussions should be held prior

to commencing the design, to establish the areas to be covered,

the method of operation, the testing regime and the most suitable

type of system. These discussions should include the owner or

occupier of the premises, the system designer, the installer,

the supplier of the equipment and the fire authority.

Note: BS 5266 will be revised during 2006 following the

publication of EN 50172. For up to date information visit our

website at www.cooper-ls.com. Alternatively visit the British

Standards Institute website, at www.bsi-global.com

STAGE 1 - LOCATE LUMINAIRES AT MANDATORY “POINTS OF EMPHASIS”

Initial design is conducted by situating luminaires to reveal specific hazards and highlight safety equipment and signs, in addition to providing

illumination to assist safe travel along the escape route. This should be performed regardless of whether it is an emergency escape route or an

open (anti-panic) area. Only when this is accomplished should the type of luminaire or its light output be considered. BS 5266 Pt 7: 1999 requires

that the luminaires sited at points of emphasis must comply with BS EN 60 598-2-22.

Specific locations where a luminaire must be provided are:

At each exit door All safety exit signs Outside and near each Near stairs so that each At each change of direction

final exit

tread receives direct light

Near each first aid post Near any other change

of floor level

At each intersection

of corridors

Near each piece of fire fighting

equipment and call point

Note : The term near

means within 2 metres

measured horizontally


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STAGE 2 - ENSURE THAT EXIT SIGNS ARE OF CORRECT FORMAT AND SIZE

Section 4.1 of BS 5266 Pt 7 states that “Signs which are provided at all exits intended to be used

in an emergency and along escape routes shall be illuminated to indicate unambiguously the route

of escape to a point of safety”. Where direct sight of an emergency exit is not possible, an

illuminated directional sign (or series of signs) shall be provided to assist progression towards

the emergency exit.

• Sign formats should not be mixed

- BS 2560: 1975 - Old-style signs now obsolete. Should have been replaced by December 1998

- BS 5499 Pt 1 - Signs are still acceptable, if they are already in the building

- European Signs Directive Format - his came into force on 1st April 1996, under The Signs Directive

If there is any doubt as to the most appropriate format of sign, guidance should be obtained from

the local Fire Authority.

• Maximum viewing distances

For all formats of safety signs, the maximum viewing

distances and luminance conditions are given in BS 5266

pt7/EN 1838 Signs can be either internally illuminated, such

as exit boxes or edge lit emergency luminaires with a

screened sign that have a controlled illuminance, or painted

signs which includes Photoluminescent signs but to be

acceptable they must have an external emergency light

illuminating them. Maximum viewing distances are:

Internally illuminated signs -

200 x the panel height

• Illumination requirements

The sign must conform to the colours of ISO 3864, which defines that exit and first aid signs

must be white with green as the contrast colour. The ratio of luminance of the white colour to

the green colour must be between 5:1 and 15:1. The minimum luminance of any 10mm patch

area on the sign must be greater than 2cd/m 2 and the ratio of maximum to minimum

luminance shall be less than 10:1 for either colour

Externally illuminated signs -

100 x the panel height

Note: Internally illuminated exit signs are pre-tested to ensure they meet these requirements, provided that they comply with

EN 60598-2-22. If the sign is designed to be externally illuminated, considerable care must be taken by the system designer to see

that these conditions are met. Even though an emergency luminaire must be sited within 2 metres from the sign (see stage 1)

calculations should still be made to check that the sign is adequately illuminated.

STAGE 3 - LOCATE LUMINAIRES AT THE FOLLOWING ESSENTIAL AREAS IN THE BUILDINGS

Locate luminaires at the following essential areas in the buildings. These locations are not part of the escape route but because of their risk they

require protection by emergency lighting. Some of these areas are specifically defined in BS 5266-1. Others are likely to be hazard areas defined

by the risk assessment and being considered as a guidance Standard pr BS 5266-10

Required by BS 5266-1

A B C D E

Lift cars - although only in

exceptional circumstances

will they be part of the escape

route, they do present a

problem in that the public

may be trapped in them in

the event of a supply failure.

Toilets - all toilets for the

disabled and facilities

exceeding 8m 2 floor area

or without borrowed lights.

Note the Current issue of

BS 5266-1 now excludes the

en suite facilities in hotels.

Escalators - to enable users

to get off them safely.

Motor generator, control

or plant rooms - require

battery supplied emergency

lighting to assist any

maintenance or operating

personnel in the event of

failure.

Covered car parks -

the normal

pedestrian routes

should be provided

with non-maintained

luminaires of at least

1 hour duration.

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Other areas that need consideration as input to the risk assessment (pr BS5266-10)

Kitchens - Sudden failure of lighting while staff are cooking hot food is potentially dangerous, currently these areas would need an emergency light

over the extinguisher but emergency lighting is needed over the area for hot food preparation. Employees need to be able to locate and turn off

machinery/ovens/hobs etc. to ensure that they do not turn on once the supply is re-instated and cause a possible unsafe condition.

First Aid stations - Currently the requirement is for the light level needed to evacuate the premises, however system designers consider the light

level response and duration times of emergency lighting of first aid rooms where treatment is to be given

Refuge areas for disabled people - In these areas fire wardens will now have to go and collect disabled persons often also transferring them into

rescue sleds to enable them safely to be taken down stairs should consider the light level response and duration times of emergency lighting in refuges.

Fire equipment - In a fire condition, users must inspect and act on the condition of fire alarm panels and repeaters. The light must be sufficient to

enable displays to be read accurately. The staff will also have to contact the fire brigade so they must have sufficient illumination for the number to

be dialled correctly in the emergency condition.

The emergency lighting must provide adequate direct illumination on crash bars on exit doors to enable them to be easily seen and operated,

consider using exit signs above downward light panels.

STAGE 4 - ESCAPE ROUTE LIGHTING

When the points of emphasis have been covered, it is essential to provide any additional luminaires to ensure that minimum illuminance levels are

met to enable the routes to be used safely. In addition, every compartment on the escape route must have at least two luminaires, to provide some

light in the event of luminaire failure.

• Light Level Requirements

BS 5266 Pt 7: 1999 (EN 1838) 4.2 calls

for a minimum of 1 lux anywhere on

the centre line of the escape route for

normal risks. A uniformity ratio of 40:1

maximum to minimum must not be

exceeded. This illuminance must be

provided for the full duration and life

of the system. 50% of the illuminance

must be available within 5 seconds

and the full value within 60 seconds

of supply failure.

Note: The UK has an “A deviation” which continues to allow a 0.2 lux

minimum value for routes that will be permanently unobstructed. It

should be noted that this puts a heavy burden on the user to ensure

routes are kept clear even in an emergency. For this reason it is

recommended that the 1 lux level should always be used.

• Photometric Design

Emergency Escape Routes

The use of authenticated spacing tables or a suitable computer program

provides the information to determine whether luminaires are needed

in addition to those for the points of emphasis (see data section), to

provide the minimum required level of illumination on the escape

routes. To ensure that the design will meet the required levels at all

times the data is de-rated, as required by the standard, to cover the

following factors:

i. Reduction in light as the battery voltage reduces during discharge.

ii. Ageing of lamps in maintained circuits

iii. The effects of dirt (Spacing tables use a figure of 80%).

Example – luminaire spacing along escape route

Locate luminaires at mandatory “Points of emphasis”

PHOTOMETRIC DATA

Britelite Escape route 2m wide Open (anti-panic) area

1 lux min 0.5 lux min

Luminaire Mounting Lux level

type height (m) directly

under

Self-contained

NM 2.5 3.28 3.9 11.3 4.0 2.0 4.0 12.0 6.0 1.9

4.0 1.28 2.1 9.6 5.6 1.2 3.3 14.8 7.2 1.9

6.0 0.57 - - - - 1.6 12.4 7.4 0.8

M 2.5 2.75 3.3 10.7 5.2 1.8 3.7 11.7 5.8 1.8

4.0 1.07 1.5 8.0 5.0 0.7 3.5 14.2 7.0 1.7

6.0 0.48 - - - - - - - -

Add additional luminaire to achieve 1 lux minimum


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STAGE 5 - OPEN (ANTI-PANIC) CORE AREAS

Areas larger than 60m 2 , open areas with an escape route passing through them, or hazards identified by the building risk assessment all require

emergency lighting. The current standard is easy to design for and to verify, promoting systems that provide good uniformity rather than ones that

use a few large output luminaires.

• Light Level Requirements

BS 5266 Pt 7/EN 1838 - 4.3 calls for 0.5 lux minimum of the empty

core area, which excludes a border of 0.5m of the perimeter of the

area. Spacing tables or a suitable computer program provide simple

and accurate data that can easily be used. The spacing tables for 0.5

lux are de-rated on the same basis as those for escape routes. They

can also be used as a guide for initial selection of the location of

luminaires when using a computer program

• Spacing data

Specific data is available for self-contained dedicated emergency

luminaires. This can be found on each of the individual product

entries in this catalogue and repeated in the section after this

design guide.

If using standard mains luminaires fitted with an emergency conversion

kit, typical data is shown in the emergency lighting spacing tables. The

data details the polar distribution for common types of luminaires, from

which a suitable match should be selected. The factors considered

should be the shape of the polar curve and the scale, which is shown

by the nadir intensity.

Alternatively, a computer program can be used and the light outputs of

the appropriate kit can be used with the actual distribution data of the

luminaire chosen.

STAGE 6 - HIGH RISK TASK AREA LIGHTING

Areas of high physical risk, or the control rooms of dangerous plant

and production lines, need emergency lighting to enable them to be

shut down safely. BS 5266 Part 1: 1999 defines that emergency

lighting should provide 10% of the normal lighting level at the hazard,

with a minimum of 15 Lux. (In practice this minimum is unlikely ever

to be a problem, as it would only be valid if the risk area had a normal

illumination level less than 150 lux).

DESIGN PROCEDURES

Reaching the light levels needed would normally be achieved by using

a conversion of the normal luminaire, or by using a tungsten projector

unit. If conversion units are selected, a direct ratio can be obtained by

the Ballast Lumen Factor (BLF). i.e. to achieve 10% of normal use

either:

- Emergency units with a BLF of 10% are needed

for each fitting in the area

- Emergency units with a BLF of 20% are needed

for every other fitting

- Emergency units with a BLF of 100% are needed

for one in 10 fittings

Care is needed to ensure that a reasonably uniform distribution is

achieved by whatever combination of luminaire and conversion kit

used. If tungsten projector units are selected, a co-efficient of

utilisation calculation has to be performed for the required value.

Luminaire spacing in open (anti-panic) core areas

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Non-maintained luminaires must be activated by failure of supply to the normal lighting. They must therefore be connected an unswitched live taken

from the local normal lighting final circuit.

Once the design has been completed it becomes apparent that the performance of the luminaire depends as much on the light distribution as it

does the light output available. Consequently it becomes essential that luminaire types specified for a particular design do not get changed without

a re-appraisal of the photometric design.

TESTING AND LOG BOOK

The Fire Safety Order require that appropriate testing is performed

to maintain compliance of the system. The system should include

adequate facilities for testing and recording the system condition.

These need to be appropriate for the specific site and should be

considered as part of the system design. Discussions with the user

or system designer should identify:

- The calibre and reliability of staff available to do the testing

- The level of difficulty in performing the test

- If discharge tests need to be done outside normal working

hours, or phased so only alternate luminaires are tested in

buildings that are permanently occupied

The testing requirements in the code of practice are:

• Function test

All emergency luminaires should be tested be breaking the supply

to them and checking that they operate satisfactorily. The supply

must then be restored and the charging indicators must be seen

to be operating correctly. This test must be performed at least

once per month and the results logged

• Discharge test

The luminaires must be tested for their full rated duration period

and checked for satisfactory operation. The supply must then be

restored and the charging indicators rechecked. This test must

be performed at least annually and the results logged.

MANUAL TESTING

If manual testing is utilised, the following points should be considered:

- Is a single switch to be used? Unless the whole building is to be

switched off, a separate switch should be used for each final circuit.

As the feed to non-maintained circuits must be taken from the

switch this will probably mean that the building will have to be

walked around twice, once to check the luminaires and once to

check that they are recharging

- Are luminaires to be individually switched? In practice, only a single

walk around the building will be needed. However, the test

switches could spoil the décor of the building and they must be

of a type that is tamper proof.

After the tests, the performance of the luminaires must be logged.

COMMISSIONING CERTIFICATE

BS 5266 Pt 1 and the European Standard both require written

declarations of compliance to be available on site for inspection.

These consist of:

1. Installation quality

IEE regulations must have been conformed with and

non-maintained fittings fed from the final circuit of the

normal lighting in each, as required in BS 5266

2. Photometric performance

Evidence of compliance with light levels has to be supplied by

the system designer. Photometric tests for Cooper Lighting and

Security luminaires are normally performed at BSI and spacing

data is registered by the ICEL scheme. Therefore copies of the

spacing data in this catalogue provide the verification required.

3. Declaration of a satisfactory test of operation

A log of all system tests and results must be maintained.

System log books, with commissioning forms, testing forms

and instructions are available from Cooper Lighting and Security.

MAINTENANCE

Finally, to ensure that the system remains at full operational status,

essential servicing should be defined. This normally would be

performed as part of the testing routine, but in the case of consumable

items such as replacement lamps, spares should be provided for

immediate use.


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EXAMPLE OF SYSTEM DESIGN

Stage 1

Locate luminaires at points of emphasis on escape route

a At each exit door

b To illuminate exit and safety signs

c Near call points (some covered by a.)

d Near each staircase

e Change of direction (some covered by b.)

f Near fire fighting equipment (some covered by a.)

g Change of floor level

h Near intersection of escape routes

i Outside final exits

k Near first aid points

Stage 2

Exit sign location is covered by Stage 1, but it is important to check

that maximum viewing distances are not exceeded and that if the

normal lighting is dimmed, e.g. in cinemas, the exit signs must be

permanently illuminated while the building is occupied (maintained

lighting).

Stage 3

Other areas, which require emergency lighting but are not on the

escape route area.

1 Lift car

2 Toilet (above 8m 2 floor area)

3 Escalators

4 Plant room

Stage 4

Check minimum illuminance levels on the escape routes.

After selecting a suitable luminaire, e.g. Britelite, consulting the

spacing table shows the number of fittings needed to provide a

minimum of 1 lux on the centre line of the escape routes.

Stage 5

Anti-panic open areas (x) apply to any areas over 60m 2 floor area,

or that have an escape route passing through them.

(i) Office over 60m 2

- 3 x Britelite

(ii) Office under 60m 2

- no requirement

(iii) Under 60m 2 , but part of escape route from office (ii)

- 2 x Britelite fittings, either as compartment of escape route

or an open anti-panic area

(iv) Workshop 4m high

- 3 x Britelite + 1 x DQX - 5 cell conversion unit for high risk

(m) or 4 x DQX - 5 cell conversion units (Use of conversion

units is dependent on suitable mains luminaires being used).

Stage 6

High risk lighting requirement for an acid bath (m) is included in the

design for stage 5. If a conversion of a mains luminaire is not suitable,

a high power tungsten projector, such as Beamlite could be used

instead.

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The wiring of emergency luminaires should generally be in accordance

with normal wiring practice (I.E.E. Wiring Regulations), statutory

requirements applicable to the type of building, local by-laws and

regulations. The supply for self contained luminaires should be taken

from the unswitched local light source

Cabling used when installing self-contained emergency luminaires

should be of a similar type to that used for the normal mains light. In

the event of a fire, if the cabling used for the emergency luminaires

has greater protection, there may be a chance of the normal lighting

failing and the emergency lighting remaining in the normal mode

(i.e. inoperative). Hence it is recommended that self-contained

emergency luminaires are wired in PVC insulated cable.

The supply to self-contained luminaires should be such as to prevent

unauthorised disconnection, but should incorporate suitable means

for simulating a mains failure for test purposes. The source of supply

should be from the same local fuse as the normal lighting, so that

in the event of a fuse failure causing the normal lighting to be

extinguished, the emergency lighting is brought into operation in

the same locality.

Wiring details


Emergency Lighting

Luminaire

Model &

Part No.

Mounting

Height

in metres

Transverse

distance

to wall in

metres

SPACING TABLES

Emergency Escape Routes

Transverse to

transverse in

metres

Axial distance

to wall in

metres

Axial to axial

spacing in

metres

Anti Panic Open Areas 0.5 Lux Minimum

Transverse

distance

to wall in

metres

Transverse to

transverse in

metres

Axial distance

to wall in

metres

Axial to axial

spacing in

metres

SECTOR BULKHEAD 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

SEM83NM 2.5m 4.2 11.6 3.4 8.3 1.8 7.2 0.9 5.6

4.0m 4.2 11.6 3.6 9.2 1.8 7.2 0.9 6.0

6.0m 4.2 11.9 3.9 10.0 1.8 7.5 1.4 6.5

RAPIDLITE 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-JRL8/3NM 2.5 5.4 1.6 12.9 7.4 3.0 1.3 7.3 4.3 2.5 9.1 1.4 5.3

4.0 5.1 - 15.2 - 3.0 - 8.8 - 0.7 9.6 0.4 5.8

6.0 2.2 - 13.2 - 1.6 - 8.4 - - - - -

ROBOLITE 2 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-ROB8/3NM 2.5 3.5 1.1 8.2 4.4 3.0 0.9 7.8 3.8 2.6 7.2 2.3 6.1

4.0 3.4 - 10.0 1.3 3.0 - 8.6 1.1 1.9 7.2 1.6 6.2

EL-ROB8/3M 2.5 3.5 1.1 8.2 4.4 3.0 0.9 7.8 3.8 2.6 7.2 2.3 6.1

4.0 3.4 - 10.0 1.3 3.0 - 8.6 1.1 1.9 7.2 1.6 6.2

SQUARELITE 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-JSQ28/3NM 2.5 4.2 2.1 10.4 6.0 4.2 2.1 10.4 6 2.1 7.0 2.1 7.0

4.0 4.7 1.2 12.2 5.9 4.7 1.2 12.2 5.9 2 8.0 2.0 8.0

EL-JSQ28/3M 2.5 4.0 1.9 10.0 5.6 4.0 1.9 10 5.6 1.9 6.7 1.9 6.7

4.0 4.4 0.4 11.4 5.2 4.4 0.4 11.4 5.2 1.8 7.4 1.8 7.4

CIRCULITE 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-JCL28/3NM 2.5 4.2 2.1 10.4 6.0 4.2 2.1 10.4 6.0 2.1 7.0 2.1 7.0

4.0 4.7 1.2 12.2 5.9 4.7 1.2 12.2 5.9 2.0 8.0 2.0 8.0

EL-JCL28/3M 2.5 4.0 1.9 10.0 5.6 4.0 1.9 10.0 5.6 1.9 6.7 1.9 6.7

4.0 4.4 0.4 11.4 5.2 4.4 0.4 11.4 5.2 1.8 7.4 1.8 7.4

EL-JCL16/3NM 2.5 3.5 1.5 9.0 4.8 3.5 1.5 9.0 4.8 1.6 5.6 1.6 5.6

4.0 3.8 - 10.1 - 3.8 - 10.1 - 1.2 6.5 1.2 6.5

EL-JCL16/3M 2.5 4.4 2.3 11.1 6.3 4.4 2.3 11.1 6.3 2.1 7.2 2.1 7.2

4.0 3.4 - 9.6 - 3.4 - 9.6 - 0.8 6.1 0.8 6.1

SOLAR-PLUS 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-SOLP/28/3M 2.5 - - 11.0 6.3 - - - - - - - -

4.0 - - 12.9 6.5 - - - - - - - -

VIOLA 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-VIB28/3M 2.5 - - 10.1 5.9 - - - - - - - -

4.0 - - 11.8 5.8 - - - - - - - -

NEW FLUSHLITE 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-FL8/3NM 2.5 3.7 2.7 9.5 7.8 3.3 1.4 8.3 4.5 5.6 13.6 3.4 8.4

4.0 4.0 - 10.8 6.9 3.7 - 9.7 3.1 6.2 16.5 3.6 9.9

EL-FL8/3M 2.5 3.7 2.7 9.5 7.8 3.3 1.4 8.3 4.5 5.6 13.6 3.4 8.4

4.0 4.0 - 10.8 6.9 3.7 - 9.7 3.1 6.2 16.5 3.6 9.9

NEW TRIMLUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-TR8/3NM 2.5 3.7 1.8 9.5 5.1 3.3 1.7 8.3 4.7 2.6 7.2 2.3 6.1

4.0 4.0 - 10.8 4.7 3.7 - 9.7 4.3 1.9 7.2 1.6 6.2

EL-TR8/3M 2.5 3.7 1.8 9.5 5.1 3.3 1.7 8.3 4.7 2.6 7.2 2.3 6.1

4.0 4.0 - 10.8 4.7 3.7 - 9.7 4.3 1.9 7.2 1.6 6.2

WAYLUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-WL8/3NM 2.5 - 1.9 - 6.0 - 1.5 - 4.5 3.0 7.9 2.2 5.9

4.0 - - - 4.9 - - - 3.9 2.5 8.4 2.0 6.4

6.0 - - - 1.8 - - - 1.8 0.9 7.8 0.9 6.1

EL-WL8/3M 2.5 - 1.9 - 6.0 - 1.5 - 4.5 3.0 7.9 2.2 5.9

4.0 - - - 4.9 - - - 3.9 2.5 8.4 2.0 6.4

6.0 - - - 1.8 - - - 1.8 0.9 7.8 0.9 6.1

STREAMLITE 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.2 LUX 1 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX 0.5 LUX

EL-JSL8/3NM 2.5 3.5 1.4 9.2 4.8 3.2 1.2 8.4 4.4 1.6 6.3 1.4 5.7

4.0 3.4 - 10.0 - 3.2 - 9.2 - - - - -

EL-JSL8/3M 2.5 3.5 1.1 9.2 4.4 3.2 0.9 8.4 4.0 1.5 6.0 1.4 5.6

4.0 3.4 - 10.0 - 3.2 - 9.2 - - - - -

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