What is an emergency LED driver?

What is an emergency LED driver?

Backup or emergency LED drivers are designed specifically for light fixtures that already need a driver to operate properly. These backup drivers regulate the power supplied to the LED fixture the same way normal drivers do, but they operate off of a battery instead of line voltage.

How do I choose an emergency light?

Always ask for the light intensity that the Lamp offers. Here are some numbers, which should come in handy, while you are making your buying decision. For usage as a study lamp you require 450 lumens of intensity, while for an average sized room you require 1700 lumens of intensity.

What is an EM driver?

LED emergency drivers allow the same LED fixture to be used for both normal and emergency operation. In the event of a power failure, the driver switches to the emergency mode, and the internal battery operates the existing fixture for 90-120 minutes (actual time depends on specific driver) Product.

What is a Bodine ballast?

Bodine fluorescent emergency ballasts for linear lamps operate most single and bi-pin fluorescent lamps, including U-shaped, HO, VHO, circline and energy-saving, and 4-pin long compacts. They are compatible with electronic, standard, energy-saving and dimming AC ballasts.

How many lumens do I need for emergency lighting?

Essentially, along paths of egress and exits, every square foot of floor must be lit by an average of approximately one lumen (i.e. – one foot-candle).

What are the different types of emergency lights?

There are two main types of emergency lighting: (i) emergency escape lighting; (ii) standby lighting (p. 2).

What is a Bodine?

People. Bodine is the stage name of a young teen Dutch artist, known for “The Voice Kids of Holland” and contributing to tracks of Trance artists like Ashley Wallbridge.

How do I choose an LED driver for my LED?

Use an LED driver with at least the same value as your LED(s). The driver must have a higher output power than your LEDs require for extra safety. If the output is equivalent to the LED power requirements, it is running at full power. Running at full power may cause the driver to have a shorter life span.

Do I need a transformer for LED lights?

All mains powered LED bulbs require a transformer. Depending on the bulb type, the transformer/driver may be built in to the bulb casing or may be located externally. The purpose of the transformer is to reduce mains voltage (240V) to the desired level relative to the bulb being powered (e.g. 12V or 24V).