LL50H Series Thermoplastic Emergency Lighting Unit
Availability : In Stock
Product Type : Modern Emergency Lighting
Vendor : Modern Emergency Lighting
SKU : ESW-EML-LL50H
The LL50H Thermoplastic Emergency Lighting Units combine a low-profile, contemporary appearance with economy and dependability. Its compact, streamlined design features fully adjustable designer heads to compliment any environment. Constructed of of an injectection-molded, UL94- 5VA flame retardant, high-impact, thermoplastic housing, this durable unit will provide years of reliable service. The LL50H is completely self-contained, and features two 5 watt halogen lamps. Damp location rated Fully adjustable 5 watt halogen lamp heads Optional G2 self-test/self diagnostics available Automatic brownout protection Compact, streamlined design Contractor friendly, snap-together design AC lockout feature reduces installation time Wall or ceiling mounted UV stable, thermoplastic components UL94-5VA flame rating 120/277V dual primary 60Hz input Automatic solid state charger Quick connect mounting back plate Low voltage disconnect 1 year warranty ETL Listed (conforms to UL924) 100 minute emergency run time Momentary test switch and LED charge indicator Maintenance-free sealed lead-acid battery
13 1/2" Length 5" Height 3" Depth
Any component that fails due to manufacturer's defect is guaranteed for 1 year with a separate 5 year pro-rated warranty on the battery. The warranty does not cover physical damage, abuse or acts of God. Exitronix reserves the right to charge for such repairs if deemed necessary.
Enclosure is constructed of precision molded, UL94-5VA flame rated, UV stable, high-impact thermoplastic. Units resist denting, peeling, scratching and corrosion. Not recommended for outdoor use.
Units come standard with two fully adjustable MR-16, 6 volt, 5 watt, halogen lamps.
Dual voltage, 120 volt or 277 volt input. Circuit provides automatic brownout, short circuit, and overload protection. A momentary test switch and LED charge indicator are included.
Maintenance-free, sealed lead-acid battery provides an estimated service life of 10 years with an operating temperature range of 65°F (19°C) to 85°F (30°C).
The LL50H Series meets or exceeds all performance standards as required by UL 924, NFPA 70, NFPA 101, NEC and OSHA.
120/277 VAC dual voltage input with surge protected, solidstate charging circuitry provides for a reliable charging system. The charging system is furnished with low voltage disconnect, AC lockout, brownout protection, AC indicator lamp and test switch. The low voltage disconnect (LVD) feature will disconnect the battery prior to an unacceptable deep discharge, but not before the required 90 minute emergency operation. The AC lockout feature prevents battery drain prior to the initial energizing of utility power, and allows the installer to complete all wiring and electrical connections without energizing the emergency circuit. The brownout protection circuitry will automatically switch the unit into the emergency mode if the utility voltage drops below 20% of nominal. Battery charging circuitry is entirely solid-state. Battery recharge time after full discharge is less than the required UL 924 standard. Line sensitive electronics cause an instantaneous transfer to battery power if utility power is lost, or a brownout condition is detected. When line voltage is present and stabilized, the transfer circuitry switches back to normal operation and begins recharging the battery. The transfer circuitry can be tested via a momentary test switch located on the housing.
The circuit continuously monitors the operating condition of the AC power, battery supply voltage, emergency lamp continuity, and charging circuit. If failure occurs, visual status will occur immediately via the multi-colored LEDs. LED indicator(s) will illuminate until fault has been corrected. The G2 also monitors the transfer circuit as well as performing automatic code compliant testing. The self-test will operate the equipment in emergency mode five minutes every 28 days. Also, a 90 minute full-function test is performed every six months.