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Emergency Lighting Products offers a wide range of solutions. Top right: Orbik’s Geneva can be specified as an 8W fluorescent or LED luminaire (shown here in a brass finish).


themselves should comply with EN62034, which specifies how tests should be carried out and indicated. It is obviously important that a consistent approach is taken to indicating faults. Central addressable testing systems not only automatically initiate the tests, but also provide details at the control panel both of the position of any failed product and the nature of that failure. The heart of these more complex systems is an industrial computer. The power of computers means that systems can be networked and linked directly to Building Management systems plus fault reports can be automatically e-mailed to remote locations.


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Bespoke Central Emergency Test Systems using complex data protocols and dedicated data communication cables can interrogate very large numbers of emergency lighting luminaires and gather detailed information providing all of the necessary reports of failures and subsequent corrective actions to ensure the requirements of the latest Regulations are met in full. There is now a wide range of high power LED modules and mains LED control gear available to be incorporated into LED luminaires and this has created a demand to provide emergency lighting solutions for each type of LED module. ELP engineers have designed the new LD


emergency LED control gear range, which allows the maintained operation of high power LED modules such as the Philips Fortimo DLM & SLM, Xicato range, Bridgelux ES range, Citizen CL-L233- C13N1, GE Infusion, Osram Prevaled, etc. One of the latest innovations from Thomas & Betts is the Serenga LED range, which integrates LED light sources with compact modular electronics to produce new and exciting luminaires that offer contemporary styling, plus ease of installation and performance. Serenga LED technology has low ongoing maintenance requirements and delivers a significant energy saving compared to 8W T5 fluorescents, with a


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