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LED emergency luminaires wiring
Built-in Emergency lighting

LED emergency wiring characteristics
Wiring created with emergency lighting systems with the following characteristics:
  • Rigid cables cross sectional area 0.50-0.75-1 mm² (0.75-1 mm² also Class II), HT heat resistant PVC 90°C, CEI 20-20.
  • Safety fuse, where indicated.
  • 230V-50/60Hz electronic inverter with protection against excessive battery discharge.
  • Sealed Nickel-Cadmium or Nickel-Metal Hydride NiMH.
  • LED to signal presence of power supply and battery charging.
  • Recharge time 24 hrs.
  • Running time = 1h minimum under heaviest working conditions.
  • 3-pole terminal block with incorporated disconnecting fuse for standard power supply live-earthing-neutral (LTN).
  • 2 pole terminal block for power supply of the emergency recharging line.
  • Complies with IIEC 60598-1, CEI EN 60598-1 (CEI 34-21) and CEI EN 60598-2-22 (CEI 34-22).
  • Suitable for rooms with temperature from 0°C to +25°C.
  • Excluding high risk areas.

On request:
  • Emergency mode with 3 hours duration, 24 hours recharge, or 1.5 hours duration and 12 hours recharge (according to feasibility), maintaining the same percentage of the standard luminous flux.
  • Emergency lighting with 2 hours battery life and 12 hours charging (according to feasibility), for the emergency lighting luminous flux percentage contact our Sales team or our technical department.
  • Wiring with intelligent control systems and centralised or local self-diagnostics of emergency lighting.
EP LED permanent emergency lighting
When power is on, EP luminaires operate like normal luminaires.
The LED module connected to the emergency kit turns on or remains on automatically in the absence of mains voltage.
The luminous flux declared on the datasheets are the minimum required for the entire duration of nominal autonomy as required by the regulation CEI EN 60598-2-22 and are those to be considered in the design phase. The luminous flux indicated are the REAL OUTPUT ratio of the fixture.
ENP non-permanent emergency LED lighting
In ENP luminaires, the LED module switches on only in emergency mode, when there is a power cut.
The luminous flux declared on the datasheets are the minimum required for the entire duration of nominal autonomy as required by the regulation CEI EN 60598-2-22 and are those to be considered in the design phase. The luminous flux indicated are the REAL OUTPUT ratio of the fixture.
Centralised emergency lighting power supply
IEC/EN 60598-2-22



Fixtures in compliance with EN 60598-2-22 to power a centralised emergency system not integrated into the fixture (for example Rescue lighting) – excluding high risk areas.

230Vdc Centralised power supply (As an example and subject to change without notice)
Normally when the centralised source is in 230Vdc direct current (nominal), in emergency lighting the following functions occur:
  • Fixtures equipped with DALI drivers by default reduce their power and as a consequence their output flow by 15%.
  • Fixtures equipped with NON ADJUSTABLE drivers maintain their power and as a result their output flow at a maximum level.

230Vac Centralised power supply (As an example and subject to change without notice)
When the centralised source is in 230Vac alternating current, in emergency lighting the following functions occur:
  • Fixtures equipped with DALI drivers by default increase their power and as a result their output flow at a maximum level (100%) (when the DALI system fails).
  • Fixtures equipped with NON ADJUSTABLE drivers maintain their power and as a result their output flow at a maximum level.

To check AC/DC operating see the datasheets that can be downloaded from the website.

Assessment of compatibility between the centralised source and drivers as well as compliance with switching times between normal and emergency power supplies and battery life is the exclusive responsibility of the electrical systems designer.

For more information please do not hesitate to contact our Sales Network or Technical Department.
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