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BE-LP-T5 emergency light

BE-LP-T5 emergency light
Product name : BE-LP-T5 emergency light
Item : BE-4’LP-RB-E
Details :
 

Specifications of T8 to T5 Emergency light

Specifications for EP Model

T5

28

F

S

E

E

P

Tube Size

Wattage

Design

Ballast Mode

Voltage

Type

Mode

T5 Tube

14 =14W28 =28W35 =35W.

Fixture
Type

S=StandardA=Advanced
N = No ballast.

A=120V; E=230V;
I=277V; H=347V;
U=120~277V

Emergency
Lighting

P=Permanent Model; Inverter + Ballast
N=Non-permanent Model; Inverter only.

 

Model OF EP

14/FSE/EP

28/FSE/EP

35/FSE/EP

Application

 

Voltage  Range (VAC)   

A = 100 ~ 140 ; E = 200 ~ 250 ; I = 257 ~ 297 ; H = 327 ~367

Ambient temperature(°C )

-10~50

Reflector

Aluminium reflector with 120° angle of reflection,240° viewable angle.

Lampholder

Double pins/ single pin with rotational G13 End-Cap

Fluorescent Lamp

T5/14W

T5/28W

T5/35W

Normal Status

 

Ballast

Built-in BE FSE Type Ballast

Nominal Voltage (VAC)

A = 100 ~ 140 ; E =200 ~ 250 ; I = 257 ~ 297

Input Frequency (Hz)

50 / 60

Rated Voltage Current (V)(A)

A = 120 ; E = 230 ; I = 277 ; H =347

Rated Current (A)

A=0.16; E=0.08;
I=0.06; H=0.04

Emergency Status

 

Duration (hrs) / Battery Type

3hrs/A ; 1hr/B

Output Frequency (kHz)

25 ~ 50

Type A: Ni-MH Battery

9.6v/3.0AH

9.6v/4.5AH

9.6v/5.4AH

Type B: Ni-MH Battery

9.6v/1.0AH

Lumen output

0.5

Charger

Constant Voltage with Current limit

Recharge Period(hrs)

>12hrs

Charger Monitor

Φ5mm Red/Green LED

Notes: EP models provide permanent lighting purpose, both normal lighting and emergency lighting.When there is power supply, the EP models work as lighting purpose. When the supply is interrupted, battry supports the lamp as emergency purpose.

 

Specifications for EN Model

T5

28

F

N

U

E

N

Tube Size

Wattage

Design

Ballast Mode

Voltage

Type

Mode

T5 Tube

14 =14W
28 =28W
35 =35W

Fixture
Type

S = Standard
N = No ballast

U = 120V ~277V
H = 347V

Emergency
Lighting

P =  Permanent Mode ; Inverter + Ballast;

N = Non-Permanent Mode; Inverter only

 

Model OF EN

14/FNU/EN

28/FNU/EN

35/FNU/EN

Application

 

Voltage Range (VAC)

U = 100V~297V ; H=347V

Ambient Temperature (°C )

-10 ~ +50

Fluorescent Lamp

T5/14W

T5/28W

T5/35W

Normal Status

 

Ballast

N/A

Nominal Voltage (VAC)

N/A

Input Frequency (Hz)

N/A

Rated Voltage (V)

N/A

Rated Current (A)

N/A

Emergency Status

 

Duration (hrs) / Battery Type

3hrs/A ; 1hr/B

3hrs/A ; 1hr/B

3hrs/A; 1hr/B

Output Frequency (kHz)

25 ~ 50

Battery

 

Type A: Ni-MH

9.6v/3.0AH

9.6v/4.5AH

9.6v/5.4AH

Type B:P Ni-MH

9.6v/1.0AH

9.6v/1.5AH

9.6v/1.8AH

Lumen Output

50%

30%

30%

Charge & Discharge Circuit

 

Charger

Constant Voltage with Current Limit

Recharge Period (hrs)

>12hrs

Charger Monitor

Φ  5mm Red / Green LED

Notes: EN models provide non-permanent lighting purpose,  only for emergency lighting. When the power supply is interrupted, battery supports the lamp as emergency purpose.

 

Notices:

1) BE T5 (Retrofit Emergency Fixture) requires a permanent phase.

2) Please do not remove fluorescent lamp while voltage is applied / switched on.

3) The EP and EN models are “Not for use with dimmers” or “Not for use in fixtures controlled by a dimmer”.

4) CAUTION – Risk of Electric Shock – Use in Dry Locations Only.

5) WARNING – Risk of fire or electric shock. Do not alter, relocate, or remove wiring, lamp-holders, ballast, or any other electrical component.

6) To ensure safety, main power should be turned off during installation.

7) Installation of emergency fixture has to be performed by qualified electrical personnel in compliance with valid local standards (IEC 60598-2-22).

8) The wiring of mains and end-cap lead must comply with IEC60598.

9) Although the ballast and wires inside the fixture are built with double-insulation, earthing or grounding may be necessary in some countries by regulation.

10) The installation complies with the information contained in this publication.

11) BE T5 (Retrofit Emergency Fixture) is used together with standard T5 fluorescent lamp.

12) The EP models provide permanent lighting purpose, both normal lighting and emergency lighting. EP models are built with T5 electronic ballast and inverter. With the T5 electronic ballast, it cans run individually as normal lighting. When fitting with battery pack, it runs as emergency lighting. The existing ballast in the fittings should be by-pass or removed.

13) The EN models provide non-permanent lighting purpose, only for emergency lighting. EN models are built with inverter. It can only run individually as emergency lighting when fitting with battery pack. The existing ballast in the fittings should be by-pass or removed.

14) The ballast and wires inside the fixture are built with double-insulation, but earthing or grounding may still be required in some countries.

15) The lifetime will be reduced under high temperature operation. Please be reminded the BE T5 products should be fitted in environments with good ventilation. Suppliers are not responsible for any defect of the BE T5 products caused outside the advised working temperature ranging from -15℃~ +50℃. The working temperature of battery is from 5℃~ +50℃.

16) Please contact us if there is any question.

 

Prior to Installation:

1. Take out the BE T5 (Retrofit Emergency Fixture) products carefully from the packaging and check that the products supplied identify with the delivery note and the purchase order; Check the products supplied identify with the existing fluorescent lamps and fixtures.

2. Check the Voltage ratings of the products corresponding to the existing system.

3. Check to ensure no loose parts or damage from shipping.

4. Make sure there is no ballast in the exiting lamp fixtures. If it does, the ballast should be by-pass or removed.

5. Make sure there is no power factor correction capacitor inside the existing system. If it does, the capacitor should be by-pass or removed.

6. Make sure the DC voltage of the battery pack is 9.6V

 

Installation for EP models

EP models provide permanent lighting purpose, both normal lighting and emergency lighting. When the there is power supply, the EP models work as lighting purpose. When the supply is interrupted, battery supports the lamp as emergency purpose.

Procedure:

1) Install the unit by qualified persons.

2) Make sure the power supply of the existing fluorescent lamp is turned off before conducting installation.

3) Remove the existing fluorescent lamp and starter (if present).

4) Make the wiring work according to the follow connection diagram.5) Fix the T5 tube to T5 (Retrofit Emergency Fixture) to form a complete unit.

6) Install the complete unit onto the existing lamp-holder.

7) Connect the grounding wire to the earth sign “” under the fixture (if required please refer to page8 for the instructions of grounding).

8) Fix the battery pack in a proper location near the emergency unit.

9) Connect the battery pack to the socket of the emergency unit and pay attention to the polarity. Positive (+) for RED and Negative (-) forBlack.

10) Ensure the completed unit is fitted firmly.

11) Turn on the power and installation is complete.

 

Installation for EN models

EN models provide non-permanent lighting purpose, only for emergency lighting. When the power supply is interrupted, battery supports the lamp as emergency purpose.

 

Procedure:

1) Install the unit by qualified persons.

2) Make sure the power supply of the existing fluorescent lamp is turned off before conducting installation.

3) Remove the existing fluorescent lamp and starter (if present).

4) Make the wiring work according to the follow connection diagram.

5) Fix the T5 tube to BE T5 (Retrofit Emergency Fixture) to form a complete unit.

6) Install the complete unit onto the existing lamp-holder.

7) Connect the grounding wire to the earth sign “” under the fixture (if required please refer to page8 for the instructions of grounding).

8) Fix the battery pack in a proper location near the emergency unit.

9) Connect the battery pack to the socket of the emergency unit and pay attention to the polarity. Positive (+) for RED and Negative (-) forBlack.

10) Ensure the completed unit is fitted firmly.

11) Turn on the power and installation is complete.

 

Instructions for LED indicator, Testing Push-Button & Battery Pack:

LED indicator

1) The LED indicator must be positioned in such a manner that LED signal is clearly visible at all times.

2) GREEN LED glows when the batteries are charged.

3) RED LED glows when the batteries are discharged.

Testing Push-Button

1) BE T5 (Retrofit Emergency Fixture) is built with a Testing Push-Button. As long as the button is pressed, the retrofit fixture is switched to emergency lighting mode and the battery is discharging. When it is released, the system is charging.

2) When the Testing Push-Button is pressed, the LED indicator will switch from GREEN to RED. It will turn from RED to GREEN when it is released.

3) The Testing Push-Button serves as a short-cut to test the emergency lighting function. To ensure the battery capacity and system stability, we highly recommend the user conducting a full discharge test for every 4 months.

Battery Pack

1) The battery pack is connected to the socket of the emergency unit and it should pay attention to the polarity. Positive (+) for RED and Negative (-) for Black.

2) To ensure battery guarantee, the initial data of commissioning must be indicated on the battery.

3) Initial charging of batteries requires a minimum of 10 hours. Afterwards, 2 compete charging and discharging cycles must be carried out to achieve the full battery capacity.

4) Flat battery must be replaced by new battery when 2/3 of the nominal services period is not reached during the periodic checking according to local standards and/or during a full discharge every 4 months.

5) A battery’s capacity shall be chosen so that the luminaire will achieve its rated duration up to the time of battery replacement.

6) The battery shall conform to IEC 60285. The maximum continuous ambient air temperature shall be 50 ˚C while the minimum continuous ambient air temperature shall be 5˚C (occasional outage to 0˚C).

7) In order to ensure a trouble-free operation over several years, the emergency system must be operated in emergency lighting mode using the full battery capacity of 1 or 3 hours for every 4 months.

 
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