Your office building probably uses a mixture T5, T8, U-bent or circular fluorescent light sources to maintain a safe and productive work environment. But what will happen if the building suddenly loses power during a tropical storm or earthquake? If you have a few of Beghelli's Thinline 500 lumen fluorescent emergency ballasts installed the answer is: nothing!
The LUCE-1TL is an emergency backup battery unit with a lightweight, thinline profile made especially for smaller fixtures. The versatility of this dual voltage emergency ballast makes it quicker to specify for both new construction and retrofit projects. It will operate outdated T12 fluorescent lamps as well as newer high-efficiency T8 and T5s, and a wide assortment of 4-pin CFL shapes.
Ballast Type: Emergency
Lamp Wattage: 8-34W
Dual voltage 120/277vAC, 60Hz cycles
Operates: One 4-pin U-bent and circline CFL or T5, T8, T12 linear fluorescent tubes
Lumens (at 10-feet): 450-500 lm
Min/Max Temp: 32° to 122°F
Thinline steel housing
Includes integrated test switch and LED battery indicator lamp
5-year full warranty
The LUCE-1TL is specially made for 1x1 T12, T8, T5 units as well as most 4-pin compact fluorescents within a range of 13-18 watts. This emergency device is also perfect for electrical supply distributors looking to reduce inventory, since it operates such a wide variety of lamps in conjunction with most 120 or 277 volt AC ballasts.
Beghelli's LUCE-1TL has a tough 20-gauge steel housing that has an incredibly thin profile. The case has a white powder coating finish that resists corrosion and will not flake upon impact. And lets not forget that low-low shipping weight!
Lamp wattage: 8-34W
Dual tap 120 or 277vAC, 60 Hz
Initial illumination: 450-500 (depending on lamp)
EOL time delay: 3-5 seconds
Battery: Maintenance-free nickel cadmium. 7-10 year lifespan
Push-to-test LED combo indicator
Emergency runtime: +90 minutes
Recharge time: 24 hours or less
Mounting Height: 9.5"
Exceeds UL924 code for Emergency Lighting & Power Equipment
NEC Installation standards
Meets NFPA: 101 Life Safety Code, excerpt 5-9.3 periodic testing standards
National Fire Code
National Building Code