Appleton™ N2LED Series Emergency Luminaires

Appleton

Appleton™ N2LED Series Emergency Luminaires

Appleton

Specifications

NEC/CEC Certifications and Compliances
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D; Class I, Zone 2, Group IIC; NEMA Type 4X; IP66; Marine Outside Type (Salt Water)
Ambient Temperature
0 °C to +55 °C (+32 °F to +131 °F).
Electrical
120-277 Vac, 50/60 Hz +/- 10%
Main Unit Standard Materials and Finishes
Main lighting system body is fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP) with a continuous silicone cover gasket. The push to test switch is FRP with a neoprene gasket. The lampheads are aluminum, the hubs are nickel plated brass and the cover screws are stainless steel
Remote Unit Standard Materials and Finishes
Remote unit body is FRP with a neoprene gasket and stainless steel screws

Features

  • Typical applications include manufacturing plants, refineries, petrochemical and chemical plants, waste and sewerage treatment facilities, food processing facilities, and other industrial manufacturing or process facilities subject to wet or corrosive conditions. They are also ideal for use in non-hazardous areas where dirt, dust or corrosion would reduce life of ordinary emergency lighting systems
  • The electronics consist of a solid-state charger, transfer circuit and low voltage battery disconnect circuit
  • Capacity is sufficient for the connection of 6 output watts (maximum)
  • System supports 4 light heads in any main/remote combination utilizing up to 6 Watts of output power. This allows for a main unit without any light heads to drive up to 4 remote units or any other combination of 4 lights. Remote lamp head assemblies (one or two) are available for mounting of lamp heads away from main power supply system
  • Provides 100% lumen output for 90 minutes of operation with four light heads or 180 minutes of operation with two light heads
  • The solid-state charger maintains maintenance-free NiCd battery at full charge. Upon power failure or utility voltage (AC) below 50 V, the DC emergency lighting load is connected to the battery
  • During emergency operation, the battery is automatically protected from deep discharge damage by a low-voltage battery disconnect (LVD) circuit. Upon restoration of normal power, the charger brings the battery to full capacity within acceptable UL time standards
  • Integrated, illuminated push to test button indicates the presence of AC line voltage and system error codes and activates the push to test function. It is mounted on the system housing using a neoprene O-ring gasket to seal out moisture and liquids
  • Status indicator light allows easy monitoring of system status and failure modes. An automatic test feature provides periodic self-test of the system functions every 30 days.

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