In Australia the Input voltage is defined as 230Vac -6%/+10%. This effectively means that the voltage range of these products are 216Vac - 253Vac or 240V +6%
Standby power for non-maintained/switched maintained emergency devices is measured when the light is off and the charger is in standby mode. For maintained emergency devices, standby power is measured when the light is on and the charger is in standby mode. Typically, charging occurs for the first 16 hours after the device is powered or after a battery discharge.
System Max Wattage
Working Temp Range
0 to 40 °C
DALI DT1 Emergency
Re-wireable terminal block (5 pin)
Emergency (EM suffix)
Replacement Battery Code
Emergency Light Source Life
AS2293.3-2018 Projection of Light source life for LED Exit signs (appendix E) Defines the projected time until the surface luminance falls below the minimum required surface luminance for an exit sign.
Emergency Lumen Output
Emergency Output Power
Product Design Life
The product design life relates to the total product life which includes LEDs, drivers and the enclosure. This is different to the LED lifetime which only refers to the economical lifetime of the LEDs at which time the lumen output has dropped below the L Value. The product design life is calculated at the maximum ambient or working temperature of the product and takes into account the Daily Use.
The Daily Use is the recommended time required to meet the product's design life. Installations can exceed this time, however the product design life will be reduced proportionally.