Emergency Lighting Units For LED Lamps with Built-In Drivers

HEI Series

Emergency Lighting Units - HEI Series

Features

  • Micro-processor controlled self-contained emergency lighting units for LED lamps with built-in drivers
  • Compatible with most similar T8 LED lamps
  • Built-in micro-controller for smart operations
  • Maintained and non-maintained modes
  • Lamp output short-circuit, over-current and open-circuit protections
  • Deep-discharge shutdown for battery protection
  • High efficient switching mode charger with short-circuit and over-current protections
  • Dual rate charging, pulse charging when battery full
  • Isolated low voltage test switch
  • Bi-colour LED indicators
  • NiCd rechargeable battery, NiMH as option

Electrical Characteristics

Rated supply voltage 220-240 VAC (-10%, +10%)
Supply frequency 50-60 Hz
Changeover time <0.3 Sec
Recharge time <12 hrs
Battery cut-off voltage <1.0V/cell
Ambient temp (ta) 0 … +50°C
Standby power <1W
Max. case temp (tc) 65°C
Weight 140 g

Recharge Hours

Max Discharge Hour Supported

Micro-Controller Controlled Operations

Unlike traditional products, the system is operated smartly with a micro-controller and its software. These include

  • Battery charging
  • Discharging
  • System changeover
  • Various fault protections for LED lamp
  • Various fault protections for charger
  • Multiple LED indications

LED Indications

The infrared remote control makes battery change-over testing is easier with just a press on the controller. It also provide 5-steps of dimming control for normal AC operation.

green-led-on-off Battery Charging
green-led-on-on Battery Full
red-led-on-on Battery Discharging
red-led-on-off System Errors

Maintained Mode

Wiring Diagrams

Non-maintained Mode

Dimensions

Hoye LED Driver Case 176
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Compliances

FSD Circular Letter No. 1/2006: PPA-104(A) 5th Rev Fire Safety Standards for Emergency Lighting

BS 5266 part 1 2016 Emergency lighting. Code of practice for the emergency lighting of premises

EN 1838 2013 Lighting applications. Emergency lighting

EN 61347-2-13 Lamp controlgear. Particular requirements for d.c. or a.c. supplied electronic controlgear for LED modules

EN 61951-1 Secondary cells and batteries containing alkaline or other non-acid electrolytes – Portable sealed rechargeable single cells – Part 1: Nickel-cadmium

EN 55015 Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of electrical lighting and similar equipment

EN 61000-3-2 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Limits. Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16 A per phase)

EN 61000-3-3 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Limits. Limitation of voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker in public low-voltage supply systems, for equipment with rated current ≤ 16 A per phase and not subject to conditional connection

EN 61547 Equipment for general lighting purposes. EMC immunity requirements

Ordering Information

Model Battery Charging
Power (W)
Standby
Power (W)
EBLF Discharge
Hours (W)
HEI-0820 H08S20F (9.6V, 2Ah) 5.0 <1W 25 2
HEI-0830 H08C30F (9.6V, 3Ah) 7.0 <1W 25 3