Mackwell Electronic Emergency Lighting Module - S4CHE
Supply voltage230 V
Supply frequency50/60 Hz
Supply current (max)80 mA
Power factor - 3 cell variant0.42
Power factor - 4 cell variant0.43
Power factor - 5 cell variant0.45
Ambient temperature (ta)0°C to +50°C
Max case temperature (tc)+70°C
Conductor size0.5 - 1.5mm²
Battery charge current (3h - duration link in)200 mA
Battery charge current (1h - duration link out)90 mA
Battery discharge current (nominal)1.05 A
Battery charge voltage - 3 cell variant3.6 to 4.5 V
Battery charge voltage - 4 cell variant4.8 to 6.0 V
Battery charge voltage - 5 cell variant6.0 to 7.5 V
Battery discharge voltage - 3 cell variant2.8 to 4.2 V
Battery discharge voltage - 4 cell variant3.2 to 5.6 V
Battery discharge voltage - 5 cell variant3.8 to 7.0 V
Emergency duration1 or 3 hours
Recharge period24 hours
Weight of control gear130 g
Mackwell patented Switch Mode Power Supply provides total short circuit protection, regulated output and complies with all relevant standards.
Ballast Delay Relay
All versions are fitted with an additional relay to switch off the power to the HF ballast during emergency lighting test.
Voltage Sensing Circuit
The AC power supply is sensed so that switching occurs at between 60% and 85% of the nominal mains supply.
The LED indicator is illuminated when a charge is flowing to the cells. Flexible 1x0.6mm high temperature orange and pink leads connect the indicator to the module. The indicator requires a 8mm hole.
Deep Discharge Protection
The inverter module incorporates deep discharge protection (DDP), to prevent damage to the batteries caused by deep discharge and possible subsequent reverse cell polarity.
For applications where self-testing is not required or suitable, the non-AutoTest® option provides the same quality and performance expected of Mackwell products, without the AutoTest® feature.
- EN 61347-1
- EN 61347-2-3
- EN 61347-2-7
- EN 60598-2-22
- BS 5266-1
- EN 62034
- EN 62386
- ICEL 1004
Lamp performance can be affected by lead length. Lamp wires should be kept to a bminimum length. Do not insulation test this product. The rectified output of these modules may lead to mercury migration of the lamp. Reversing battery polarity will cause damage.
Selecting the correct module
Please see the BLF Lamp Selection Chart for further information. This can be found in the Knowledge Base
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