• kien pham
  • Jul 24, 2014


Smart microprocessor-controlled emergency electronics with integrated electronic ballast (EVG):

  • End-of-life protection" (according to the latest standard IEC 60079-7 with 2 safety circuits test 1 and test 2)
  • Multi-function LED with coding indicates the function, status and possible errors of the electronics and battery
  • Special signal whenever there is an EOL situation (red flashing LED)

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Dangerous areas in Zones 2 and 22 as safety lighting and information lighting or emergency exits

Mechanical design: Shell: Fiberglass reinforced polyester

Case: Clear polycarbonate with an internal prism, hinged and removable

Reflector: White painted steel plate, hinged and removable  central locking system: Operated by a 13mm hex key

Isolating switches: 2 Switches cut off all poles when the bulb is opened.

A mandatory optical indicator shows the actual position of the switch

Connection terminal: Standard: L1 + L1’ +N + PE, maximum 2.5 mm²

Cable input: 2 M25 x 1.5 inputs (2 cable cores, 1 with attached plug)

Through wiring: Standard with power cable loop at one end 3 x 2.5 mm2

Installation: The side bracket allows direct mounting to wall or ceiling