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ELP LED Emergency Lighting Luminaires Versatility... ...and options


Axiom Range 16 White LEDs


Bulkhead Luminaire / Signage


Finesse Range 16 White LEDs or


1 x 8W T5 Fluorescent tube Surface / Semi-flush


Fusion Range 16 White LEDs or


1 x 8W T5 Fluorescent tube Flush Luminaire / Signage


Designed primarily as emergency lighting LED fixtures — featuring 16xwhite, high-brightness LEDs — the Finesse and Fusion ranges are also made available utilising conventional 8W T5 fluorescent tubes. In addition, the Axiom and Fusion ranges contain fixtures specifically designed for safety/directional signage applications where wide intensity distribution is essential. IP Rated and operating on 230V, all three ranges provide 3hours continuous emergency illumination and are available as Maintained, Non-maintained or Mains only operation versions.


All ELP luminaires fully comply with the requirements of EN60598.2.22


For full product details please send for our catalogue or visit us online at www.elp.uk.com


LED LUMINAIRE FEATURES  Long life LEDs (typically 50,000 hours)


 Self contained constant current driver  5 years maintenance free operation  Cool operation


 Suitable for use in cold stores (ambient temperatures down to -20°C)


 Low energy (<10Watts operation)  High light output (90Lumens; equal to 8Watt T5 bulkheads)


 230Volt mains/integral emergency lighting


Emergency Lighting Products Limited Parbrook House, Gilmans Industrial Estate, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14 9EZ Tel: +44 1403 786601 Fax: +44 1403 786602 e-mail:sales@elp.uk.com


www.elp.uk.com


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