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Outdoor Emergency Lighting Application Guide

Table of Contents:

Subject Page

Introduction .................................................................................................................. 1 . PowerSources............................................................................................................. 2 NormallyOnOutdoorEmergencyLightingOptions ·IntegralBatteryPack­ELDW/ELDWC ................................................ 3 . ·RemoteBatteryPack­ELDWR........................................................... 3 ·EmergencyCircuit12-Volt­DC12....................................................... 4 ·AerisTMLuminaires,ArchitecturalSconceandTWAC­DC12............. 5 ·EmergencyCircuit­EC ....................................................................... 6 . ·OverviewbyProduct............................................................................. 7

NormallyOffOutdoorEmergencyLightingOptions ·RemoteFixturesandOverviewbyProduct......................................... 8 . ·Stand-AloneUnitsandOverviewbyProduct........................................ 9

Codes ........................................................................................................................ 10 . AppendixA................................................................................................................. 10 AppendixB................................................................................................................. 11

Outdoor Emergency Lighting Application Guide

Introduction

Traditionalemergencylightingandexitsignshavebeenprimarilyfocusedonguidingthe interioroccupantsofabuildingtothenearestexitintheeventofanemergency.Today, anadditionalemphasisisbeingplacedonnotonlygettingoccupantstotheexitofthe building,butalsogettingthemtoandalongapathofsafetyoncetheyareoutofthe building. TheNFPALifeSafetyCoderequiresemergencyilluminationofthepathofegressaway fromthebuilding(exitdischarge)andleading"to a public way."Thesafepublicarea or"public way"isdescribedinthecodeas"a street or alley or other similar parcel of land essentially open to the outside air deeded dedicated or otherwise permanently appropriated to the public for public use and having a clear width and height..." Outdooremergencyapplicationsfallintotwocategories:damplocationorwetlocation. AccordingtoChapter1,Article100ofthe2002NationalElectricCode,damplocations include"...partially protected locations under canopies, marquees, roofed open porches, and like locations..."whereaswetlocationispartiallydefinedas"...locations subject to saturation with water or other liquids, such as vehicle washing areas; and in unprotected locations exposed to weather." LithoniaLightingispleasedtoprovidethisOutdoorEmergencyLightingApplication Guideasaresourcetoidentifyourcompletelistofsolutionsforoutdooremergency applications,includingbothnormally onoutdoorfixturesthatswitchtoemergencymode whenneeded,andnormally offemergencyfixturesthatareapprovedforoutdooruse.

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Power Sources

Traditionalbuilding-mountedfixturesongeneratorsorACpowersystemscanbeusedforboth normalandemergencyegresslighting.AnemergencygeneratorprovidescontinuousACpowerto thefixturesontheemergencycircuit(s)duringlossofnormalpower.AnACpowersystemutilizes batteriesandconvertsDCtoACpowerforthefixturesontheemergencycircuit(s)duringlossof normalpower. Whenusingincandescentorfluorescentlampsforemergencyegresslighting,anemergency generatororinterruptibleACpowersystemcanbeused.IfusingHIDlamps,afast-transferAC powersystemoruninteruptiblepowersupplyisrequiredtoswitchthepowerquicklyenoughso thattheHIDlampdoesnotloseitsarcandextinguish.

Power Source System Type Generator/Interruptible AC Power System

Lamp Type Incandescent

Compact Fluor.

Lamp Watt 75A19 100A19 26DTT 28TT 26TRT 32TRT 42TRT

35S 50S 70S 100S 150S 200S 250S 50M

Start Temp (F)* n/a n/a -50 -200 -50 -50 -50

-400 -400 -400 -400 -40

0

Lamp Life (in hours)* 750 750 10,000 10,000 12,000 12,000 12,000

16,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 24,000 7,500 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

Lamp Lumens (initial)* 1,210 1,750 1,800 1,600 1,800 2,400 3,200

2,250 4,000 6,300 9,500 15,800 22,000 29,000 3,450 5,200 8,500 13,300 12,800 20,000

Fast Transfer AC Power System

HPS

-400 -400 -200 -20 -200

0

Metal Halide

70M 100M 150M 175M 250M

-200 -20 -200

0

*Information taken from various lamp manufacturers' literature.

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Integral Emergency Battery Pack ­ ELDW/ELDWC

TheELDW(ELDWCforcoldweatherapplications)optionisanintegralemergencybatterypack thatoperatescompactfluorescentlampsatareducedlumenoutputforaminimumof90minutes. WhenACpowerisrestored,theELDWreturnstochargingmodeandwillbecompletelyrechargedin24hours. WiththeELDWoption,anindicatorlightandtestswitchareprovidedwiththefixture.WhenAC powerisapplied,theindicatorlightisilluminated.Thetestswitchprovidesameansforchecking theemergencybatterypacktomakesurethatitisfunctioningproperly.Althoughnoroutine maintenanceisrequiredtokeeptheemergencybatterypackfunctional,itisrequiredthatthe emergencyoperationbetestedat30-dayintervalsforaminimumof30secondsandthata90minutedischargetestbecompletedonceayear.ELDWR,aremoteversionofthisbatterypack, isalsoavailablewiththeArchitecturalSconceSeries. TheELDWandELDWRoptionsareULListedforwetlocationsandareratedtooperatein ambienttemperaturesaslowas32oF(0oC).Thesebatterypackshavealifeexpectancyofseven to10years.TheELDWCoptionoperatesinambienttemperaturesaslowas-4°F(-20°C).

Battery Pack

Gateway VGR1C, VGR2C

®

ELDW

1

ELDWC*

2

ELDWR

3

ELDWRPS

4

Lamp Options (# of lamps/wattage) 13DTT (one lamp) 2/13DTT 18DTT (one lamp) 2/18DTT 26DTT (one lamp) 2/26DTT 26TRT (one lamp) 2/26TRT 32TRT (one lamp) 2/32TRT 42TRT (one lamp) 2/42TRT

Architectural Sconce WSR, Emergency Architectural WST, WSQ, AerisTM Light Sconce MRW ASW Output WSR, WST

General Purpose TWP

Architectural Architectural Emergency Sconce WSR, Sconce WSR, Architectural TM Light WST, WSQ, Architectural Aeris WST, WSQ, Sconce Output MRW Sconce WSTM ASW MRW WSTM

AerisTM ASW

X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X

X X X X X X

350 425 300 525 450 725 450 725 575 750

X X X X

X X X X X X X X

700 700 700 700 1250 1250 1250 1250

X X X X X X X X

X X X X

X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X

X X X X

X X X X X X X

1 Integral battery pack with 32°F min. operating temp. 2 Integral battery pack with -4°F min. operating temp. 3 Remote ready fixture option for Bodine B30 battery pack, 32°F min. operating temp. 4 Remote ready fixture option for Power Sentry PS1400 or PSDL3 battery packs, 32°F min. operating temp. *For ELDWC used with 2-lamp configurations, only one lamp operates in emergency mode.

TheELDWoptioniscurrentlyavailableintheAerisTMASWluminaire,ArchitecturalSconce productsandGateway®VGR-Cproducts.TheELDWCoptionisavailableinourArchitectural SconceWSRandWSTproductsaswellasourgeneral-purposeTWPwallpackfixtures.The chartabovesummarizesthelampwattagecapabilityforproductswiththeELDW/ELDWC/ ELDWRoptions.SeeAppendixAforamatrixofavailableELDWRfluorescentbatterypacks. Lightoutputregistersat25°Cambient. Theamountofemergencyilluminationprovidedisdependentuponthenumber,wattageandtype oflampsselected,andthelampmanufacturer.Initialemergencyilluminationprovidedistypically 350to1250lumens(refer to chart above for specific lamp types).WithanELDWorELDWR batterypack,if(2)26-wattlampsareselected,lightoutputisevenlydividedbetweenthelamps for725totallumens.WhentheELDWCbatterypackisselected,onlyonelampwillbeilluminated inemergencyback-upmode.

8'

10'

11

1FC Average; 0.1 Min. 6' Wide Path of Egress

'

11'

1FC Average; 0.1 Min. 6' Wide Path of Egress

WSR with ELDW (2/26 DTT)

WST with ELDW (42TRT)

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Emergency Circuit 12-Volt ­ DC12

NORMAL AC BRANCH CIRCUIT

Toaddressthegrowingneedof emergencyegresslightingandtherequirementsof theLifeSafteyCode,LithoniaLightingnowprovides theDC12emergencycircuitoption.Thisfeatureequips thefixturewithoneortwo12-voltDCbayonetbase 20-wattor35-wattMR11lamps.Low-voltagelamps, poweredbyanexternalbatterysource,areprovided inadditiontotheHIDlampsandwillsupplyillumination alongthepathofegresswhenthereisapower interruptiontotheprimaryHIDsource. Inatypicalapplication,theemergency12-volt powerwouldbesuppliedfromabatterysource externaltothefixture,usuallylocatedwithinthe buildingbyanemergencylightingunitsuchas Lithonia'sIndura®orTitan®Series(refer to diagram A above right).Labeledleadsthat connecttothebatterysourceareprovided.

\

12 VOLT DC EM CIRCUIT

Diagram A

TWAC (DC12 option shown)

IND Battery source

Table 1

LAMP TYPE

DC Options DC2012 (1) 20W lamp 2DC2012 (2) 20W lamps DC12 (1) 35W lamp 2DC12 (2) 35W lamps Initial Lumens (per lamp) 350 350 660 660 X X 10° Spot 29° Flood X X X X

12-VOLT DC VOLTAGE DROP TABLE Distance between battery pack and luminaire (5% maximum voltage drop) DC2012 Wire Size (1) 20W lamp 16 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG 10 AWG 35' 50' 85' 140' 2DC2012 (2) 20W lamps 15' 25' 40' 70'

Table 2

DC12 (1) 35W lamp 20' 30' 50' 80' 2DC12 (2) 35W lamps 10' 15' 25' 40'

Table2totheleftllustrates thedistance,bywiresize, allowedbetweenthebattery sourceandemergency luminaireat5%maximum voltagedropperNational ElectricCode.

Remote Lamp Heads Output Wattage Watts/lamp Volts Available Series Nomenclature Indura Units IND12150 XTRA 9 12 132 12 12 101 Titan Units ELT125 TD Other e mergency products available; please refer to the PSG or www.lithonia.com. IfusinganHIDsourceasyourprimarylamp,itisrecommendedthatatimedelay(TD)optionbeused intheemergencylightingunitsothattheDC12lampstaysonuntiltheHIDlampscomeuptofull brightness.ThechartaboveoutlinesafewofthebatterysourcesavailablefromLithoniaEmergency SystemsthatwillworkinconjunctionwiththeDC12optioninLithoniaHIDproducts.

Lithonia Emergency Products

Table 3

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AerisTM Luminaires, Architectural Sconces and TWAC ­ DC12

AerisASWluminairesandArchitecturalSconces(WSR, WSTandWSQ)areavailablewitheitherone-ortwo-lamp configurationsof20-wattor35-wattMR11lampsthatfitintothe sameareaonthereflectortrayasthetestswitchandindicator lightfortheintegralbatterypack.Theapplicationinformationto therightdemonstratestheareaofcoveragewiththearchitectural sconcemountedat12',whiletheDC12optionisinoperation.

6'

0.1 Min. TheDC12optionisalsoavailableintheTWACSerieswitheither 6' Wide Path of Egress 20-or35-wattlampsinone-ortwo-lampconfigurations.The WSR with DC12 DC12lampsmounttoaspecialfixedbracketattachedtothe componentcoveroneithersideofthemainreflector.Table1on page4detailstheorderinginformationforeachoptionandthelampdataspecifictothatoption. Providingtwolampswillpreventleavinganareaintotaldarknessifoneofthelampsshouldfail.

1FC Average;

Theapplicationinformationbelowdemonstratestheareaofcoverageforeachoption.

TWAC with (2) 20W 2DC2012 12' Mounting Height

TWAC with (1) 20W DC2012 12' Mounting Height

30 '

1FC Average; 0.1 Min. 6' Wide Path of Egress

14

'

1FC Average; 0.1 Min. 6' Wide Path of Egress

TWAC with 2DC2012

TWAC with DC2012

TWAC with (2) 35W 2DC12 12' Mounting Height

38

'

1FC Average; 0.1 Min. 6' Wide Path of Egress

TWAC with 2DC12

12-Volt Emergency Circuit DC12 (35-watt MR11 lamp) 2DC12 (2 - 35-watt MR11 lamps) DC2012 (20-watt MR11 lamp) 2DC2012 (2 - 20-watt MR11 lamps)

ASW X X X X

WSR X X X X

WST X X X X

WSQ X X X X

TWAC X X X X

Min. Size Quantum® Emergency Unit ...with time-delay option**

ELM1254 ELM1272 RO ELM1254 ELM1254 RO

ELM1254 N TD ELM1272 RO TD ELM1254 N TD ELM1254 RO N TD

**Time-delay option enables fixture to continue emergency mode operation after AC power has been restored while HID lamps return to full illumination.

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Emergency Circuit ­ EC

TheECoptionprovidesaseparate,normallyoff120-voltquartzorincandescentdouble-contact bayonetsocketthatcanbeconnectedtothegeneratororACpowersystem.Thelightoutputof theemergencylampintheECoptionisusuallylessthanthelightoutputofthenormallampin thefixture.TheECoptionisavailableinmanyofouroutdoorproducts,includingarea,buildingmounted,roughserviceandfloodlighting.However,becausethereisarangeoflampwattages capableofoperatingtheECcircuit,thelampprovided(or supplied by others)withtheoption doesvaryamongthesedifferentproducttypes.TheroughserviceVR1,VR2andVR3products areofferedwithaDCoptionwhichprovidesonlytheDCbayonetsocketforemergencyegress lighting(canuseupto25W6W/6Vor12W/12V).Followingistheinformationregardingthe maximumemergencylampwattagecapabilityandavailabilitywitheachproducttype:

Em ergency Circuit (EC)

AS / AST MR / MRT KSE KSF

M axim um W attage Capability

100W (AS1), 250W (AS2) 100W (MR1), 250W (MR2) 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 100W 25W 100W 100W 150W 250W 250W 100W 250W 250W 250W 25W 25W 25W

Lam p Included

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes

Sock et Type

DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet

Area Lighting

Wall-Mounted Lighting

KAD / KADT KAR KVF KVS KVE KVR KKS KKR KQS ASW MRW W SR, W ST, WSTM, W SQ WFL3 TWA, TWAC TWH TWP ASF2 KFL3 TFA TFR TFL VGR1C, VGR2C VGO1C, VGO2C VGO3C

Rough Service Floodl ighting Lighting

RefertotheOutdoorEmergencyApplicationGuideathttp://ablwebforfurtherdetails.

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Overview by Product

Fixture

AerisTMArea AS Omero Area MR

TM

Description

Architecturaldie-castsize1and2 Architecturaldie-castsize1and2 Squaresize1and2 Rectangularsize1,2and3

EC

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

ELDW*

(Integral emergency battery pack)

DC12

Area Lighting

KSE KSF Contour KAD KAR KVF

®

Soft-cornersquareflatlens Roundsize1,2and3 Square Architectural Architectural Decorative Architectural

AerisTMWall ASW Omero Wall MRW

TM

X X X

X X X

Wall-Mounted Lighting

WSR,WST WSTM,WSQ WFL(size3only) Contour® TWAC Contour® TWA TWH TWP

Cutoffmini Mini

X

Glassrefractor Polycarbonaterefractor Architectural Architectural Large Medium Medium Roundeyelid Ovalopenface Ovalhorizontaleyelid Ovalverticaleyelid

Floodlighting

AerisTMFlood ASF(size2only) KFL(size3only) Contour® TFA Contour TFR Contour® TFL

® ®

Rough Service Lighting

Gateway VGR1C/VGR2C Gateway® VGO1C Gateway® VGO2C Gateway VGO3C

®

X

*Foranup-to-datelistofavailablefixtures,refertolithonia.comortheProductSelectionGuide.

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Remote Fixtures

Ingeneral,remotefixturesofferadvantagessuchaslowerinitialcostsandbetteraesthetics comparedtotypicalemergencybatteryunits.Theseadvantagesaremoreprevalentin environmentsthatrequirespecialratingssuchaswetlocationandNEMA4X,orinareaswhere ambienttemperaturescandiminishcapacityorlife.Bothoccurancesarecommonwiththe exitdischarge. Inmanyinstances,thebatteryunitcanbeinstalledinanormalorconditionedenvironmentwith theremoteheadslocatedintheareasthatrequirespecialratings. Thechartonthispagedetailsnormallyoffremotefixturesthatmaybeusedindamporwet locationsaswellaspopularsealed-beamrecessedremoteheads.Lamptype,voltageand wattagecanbefoundintheProductSelectionGuideandonthespecificproductspecification sheets.Thestand-aloneunitslistedonthefollowingpagecanbeusedtorunthe remotefixtures.

Cold Damp Weather

Fixture

ELAAFNDB ELAOSL

Description

Wet

Architecturaldie-cast Recessedoutdoorsteplight, die-castaluminum12V Recessedroundoutdoorcorelight, die-castaluminum6V,12V Surface-mountoutdoorminicylinder, die-castaluminum6V,12V Surface-mountweatherproof aluminum12V Surface-mountwetlocation sealedglass6V,12V Surface-mountClass1,Div.2, haz.location,sealedglass6V,12V RecessedGimbal PAR36SBlampupto25W PAR36SBlampupto25W MR16SBlampupto20W

Clear Alzak

X X

X X

(-40°Cto60°C)

X

ELACoreLight ELAWP ELAOMC*

X

X

Remote Fixtures

X

X

X

X

ELANX* ELAZ ELARG

X

X

X

X

6"ELAOC 3"ELALV3OC 6"ELASB 3"ELALV3SB 6"ELAEB 3"ELALV3EB

PAR36SBlampupto25W MR16SBlampupto20W PAR36SBlampupto25W MR16SBlampupto20W

Stepped Baffle

Baffled Eyeball

*Theseremotefixturesareofferedinsingle-anddouble-headversions.

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Stand-Alone Units

Notonlycanyourunitequipmentbeusedasapowersource,butitcanbeusedasstand-alone equipment.Thechartbelowisanoverviewofstand-aloneemergencyunitsthataresuitablefor outdooruse;forotherfixturesrefertowww.lithonia.comortheProductSelectionGuide.

Cold Weather

X

(-18°Cto50°C)

Fixture

AFNDBEXT IND618-6100 IND1236-12450 IND24100-2450 INDX618-6100 INDX1236-12125 INDX24100

Description

Architectural die-cast emergencyunit Industrial emergencyunit Industrial NEMA4X emergencyunit

Wet

X X

Damp

X X X

NEMA 4X/IP66

X

(ULTpackage) (-40°Cto55°C)

Stand-Alone Units

(ULTpackage) (-40°Cto55°C)

X

X

ELM ELM2

Thermoplastic emergencyunit

X

ELM618-654 ELM1254-1272

High-capacitythermoplastic emergencyunit

X

PERFORMANCE

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Codes

Life Safety Code® (NFPA 101®) Section 3.3.151 Means of Egress: Acontinuousandunobstructedwayoftravelfromanypointinabuildingorstructuretoapublicway consistingofthreeseparateanddistinctparts:(1)theexitaccess, (2)theexit,and(3)theexitdischarge. Section 3.3.193 Public Way: Astreet,alley,orothersimilarparceloflandessentiallyopentotheoutsideairdeeded,dedicated,or otherwisepermanentlyappropriatedtothepublicforpublicuseandhavingaclearwidthandheightofnot lessthan10ft(3050mm). Section 7.9 Emergency Lighting: 7.9.1.2 ...exitdischargeshallincludeonlydesignatedstairs,ramps,aisles,walkways,andescalators leadingtoapublicway. Section 7.9.2 Performance of System: 7.9.2.1 Emergencyilluminationshallbeprovidedfornotlessthan1-1/2hoursintheeventoffailureof normallighting.Emergencylightingfacilitiesshallbearrangedtoprovideinitialilluminationthatisnotless thananaverageof1ft-candle(10.8lux)and,atanypoint,notlessthan0.1ft-candle(1.1lux),measured alongthepathofegressatfloorlevel.Illuminationlevelsshallbepermittedtodeclinetonotlessthanan averageof0.6ft-candle(6.5lux)and,atanypoint,notlessthan0.06ft-candle(0.65lux)attheendofthe 11D2hours.Amaximum-to-minimumilluminationuniformityratioof40to1shallnotbeexceeded. Sinceexitdischargeisoneofthethreecomponentsdefinedasthe"meansofegress"per3.3.151ofthe LifeSafetyCodeandsince7.9.1.2alsoincludesexitdischarge,manyauthoritieshavingjurisdictionhave concludedthatthelightinglevelsof7.9.2applyinfull.Note: Variations may exist depending upon the interpretation of codes in your area.

ReprintedwithpermissionfromNFPA101®LifeSafetyCode®,2006Edition.NationalFireProtectionAssociation,Quincy, Massachusetts02269.ThisreprintedmaterialisnotthecompleteandofficialpositionoftheNFPAonthereferencedsubject,which isrepresentedonlybythestandardinitsentirety.

Appendix A

Fluorescent Battery Packs

(for use with ELDWR outdoor fixture option)

Designate the following remote-ready fixture options: ELDWR ­ Remote-ready fixture option for Bodine® B30 battery pack, 32° minimum operation temprature. ELDWRPS ­ Remote-ready fixture option for Power Sentry® PSDL3 battery pack, 32° minimum operating temperature.

Lamp Compatibility

Lamp Type Lumens Wattage PS1400 PSDL3 Bodine B30

®

Accessories

1100-1400 580-1070 1450-3500

NOTES: *Based on the lumen output of the lamp; provides full light output. 1 One-lamp emergency operation for 1, 2, 3 or 4-lamp ballasts. 2 Two-lamp emergency operation for 2, 3, or 4-lamp ballasts.

Field-installable self-diagnostic module. Remote or replacement test switch/ pilot light. Mounts up to 25' away from fixture. ELA TSPLPSD Remote or replacement test switch/ pilot light for self-diagnostics. Mounts up to 25' away from fixture. ELA PSRME Remote mounting enclosure. ELA PSMKSD External mounting kit for selfdiagnostics module. ELA PSMK External mounting kit; two required. PSSD ELA TSPLP

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Appendix B

12-Volt Emergency Circuit DC12 (35-watt MR11 lamp) 2DC12 (2 - 35-watt MR11 lamps) DC2012 (20-watt MR11 lamp) 2DC2012 (2 - 20-watt MR11 lamps)

Battery Pack

Gateway VGR1C, VGR2C

®

Emergency Option Reference Guide

Min. Size Quantum® Emergency Unit ...with time-delay option**

ASW X X X X

1

WSR X X X X

WST X X X X

ELDWC*

2

WSQ X X X X

TWAC X X X X

ELM1254 ELM1272 RO ELM1254 ELM1254 RO

3

ELM1254 N TD ELM1272 RO TD ELM1254 N TD ELM1254 RO N TD

ELDWRPS

4

**Time-delay option enables fixture to continue emergency mode operation after AC power has been restored while HID lamps return to full illumination.

ELDW ELDWR

Architectural Sconce WSR, Emergency Architectural WST, WSQ, AerisTM Light Sconce MRW ASW Output WSR, WST Architectural Architectural Emergency Sconce WSR, Sconce WSR, Architectural Light WST, WSQ, Architectural AerisTM WST, WSQ, Sconce Output MRW Sconce WSTM ASW MRW WSTM

Lamp Options (# of lamps/wattage) 13DTT (one lamp) 2/13DTT 18DTT (one lamp) 2/18DTT 26DTT (one lamp) 2/26DTT 26TRT (one lamp) 2/26TRT 32TRT (one lamp) 2/32TRT 42TRT (one lamp) 2/42TRT

General Purpose TWP

AerisTM ASW

X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X

X X X X X X

350 425 300 525 450 725 450 725 575 750

X X X X

X X X X X X X X

700 700 700 700 1250 1250 1250 1250

X X X X X X X X

X X X X

X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X

X X X X

X X X X X X X

1 Integral battery pack with 32°F min. operating temp. 2 Integral battery pack with -4°F min. operating temp. 3 Remote ready fixture option for Bodine B30 battery pack, 32°F min. operating temp. 4 Remote ready fixture option for Power Sentry PS1400 or PSDL3 battery packs, 32°F min. operating temp. *For ELDWC used with 2-lamp configurations, only one lamp operates in emergency mode.

Em ergency Circuit (EC)

AS / AST MR / MRT KSE KSF

M axim um W attage Capability

100W (AS1), 250W (AS2) 100W (MR1), 250W (MR2) 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 250W 100W 25W 100W 100W 150W 250W 250W 100W 250W 250W 250W 25W 25W 25W

Lam p Included

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes

Sock et Type

DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet DC Bayonet

Area Lighting

Wall-Mounted Lighting

KAD / KADT KAR KVF KVS KVE KVR KKS KKR KQS ASW MRW W SR, W ST, WSTM, W SQ WFL3 TWA, TWAC TWH TWP ASF2 KFL3 TFA TFR TFL VGR1C, VGR2C VGO1C, VGO2C VGO3C

Refer to the Outdoor Emergency Application Guide at http://ablweb for further details.

Rough Service Floodl ighting Lighting

Lithonia Lighting

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