Emergency-Lighting Controls - Cooper Lighting - Facility Management Product Release
The Emergency Power Control for Greengate and iLumin lighting control systems can detect power loss, feed emergency fixtures with an emergency power source, and force the connected emergency fixture to full on. Located near the controlled emergency fixture, the device also monitors available power and controls the emergency fixture or circuit. The device is UL 924 approved, and it meets NEC, OSHA and NFPA safety codes.
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