The refrigeration cars on your train keep experiencing electrical power drops, causing employees to become trapped in a pitch-black ice box! You try to put a standard emergency ballast in the cars vaportight T12 fixtures, and within days the battery ruptured. Buddy, you need an extended temperature 2 bulb 1200 lumen emergency ballast.
Bodines B50 features a battery warmer that maintains the internal Ni-Cd battery inside at a nominal 32° fahrenheit even when ambient temperatures dip into the negatives. The case and circuitry are applied with safeguards that earn the emergency battery pack a UL Damp Location rating. For freezing cold environments where moisture and freezing are typical, accept no substitutes.
Ballast Type: Emergency
Lamp Wattage: 32-215W
Dual voltage 120/277 inputs, 60Hz cycles
Operates: One or two 4-8ft T8, T10 or T12 linear fluorescent or 4-pin long CFLs
Lumens (at 10-feet): 1200 lm
UL 924 listed
Min/Max Temp: -4° to 131°F
Includes LED charging indicator
5-years full warranty
Once you install Bodines fluorescent emergency battery pack, you'll be saving yourself a lot f time, money and heartache. It includes a sealed LED battery indicator and test switch that is visible from the outside of the fixture. It will flash whenever the battery is in charging mode or if a fault is detected in the charging current.
The ColdPack comes in a polished red metal case that protects the circuitry and qualifies its Damp Location rating. The device can be installed in freezers and inside sealed outdoor cold location fixtures. It has a surprisingly low shipping weight of less than 4 lbs, so it will not weigh down the fixture it is installed to.
Lamp wattage: 17-215W
Input Wattage: 14W
Input current: 280mA
Dual-tap 120 or 277vAC, 60 Hz
AC current: 240 mA
Initial illumination: 300-700 (depending on lamp)
Battery: Hi temp nickel cadmium. 7-10 year lifespan
Emergency runtime: +90 minutes
Recharge time: 24 hours or less
Includes illuminated LED diagnostic switch for UL testing
Mounting center: 12.8"
Tested to UL924 standards for Emergency Lighting & Power Equipment
CSA C22.2 No. 141 certified (as an option)
NEC Installation standards
Meets NFPA: 101 Life Safety Code, excerpt 5-9.3 periodic testing standards
National Fire Code
National Building Code