ESP’s Duceri range of emergency lighting products has been expanded to include two new emergency light test switches.
Designed to test batteries, lamps and duration function of emergency lighting luminaires in accordance with current emergency lighting standard BS5266, the new products will help building owners and responsible persons to maintain compliance.
These automatic, key-operated emergency lighting test switches are permanently wired to the emergency luminaire supply. The key switch is used to interrupt the supply for a pre-programmed period of time. At the end of that period, the supply to the luminaries is automatically reinstated, so there’s no risk of depleting the batteries in the emergency fitting by leaving them connected for prolonged periods.
There are two models to choose from – standard LED display or countdown digital display. They each feature four pre-programmed test intervals – 10 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes and 180 minutes. There is the option for an audio buzzer alert for completion of duration test.
They are compact in design – measuring 86 x 86 x 33mm – and they are manufactured from the antimicrobial material urea formaldehyde.