Great emergency square LED Bulkhead lighting solution provides 3 hours of light on battery backup mode. These all-in-one LED bulkheads offer great quality and excellent versatility for any interior or exterior project where bulkheads are required. The user can select the desired light output and colour temperature all from a single unit. Select between 12W, 18W, 24W outputs and 3000K, 4000K or 6000K colour temperatures. All units come IP65 rated, IK08 impact rates and have built-in 1kV surge protection.
In line with Health & Safety
Ensure you are fully compliant with health and safety requirements by making sure you have the right emergency lighting installed.
These units can be wired for Maintained or Non-maintained operations. This means they can function just like a normal light fixture would while there is power and switch to the backup mode in the event of a power outage, OR, they can be wired onto a dedicated emergency lighting circuit that will only turn the lights on when there is a power outage.
We can supply replacement batteries at a nominal cost when the original ones reach the end of their life. This greatly reduces future maintenance costs.
Battery Backup Duration: 3 Hours;
Battery Backup Mode Light Output:
12W @ 40% 504lm | 18W @ 32% 576lm | 24W @ 25% 570lm
Battery Type: Lithium 7.4V 2400mAh - 500 Cycles;
Beam Angle: 140°;
Certifications: IEC60598, ErP, CE
Housing Materials: Coastal Polycarbonate;
IP Rating: IP65;
LED Chips: SMD 2835;
Lumen Output (normal operation): 12W 1260 lm | 18W 1800lm | 24W 2280lm;
Operating Frequency: 50/60 Hz;
Rated Life: 50,000 hrs;
Surge Protection: 1.5kVA;
Temperature Range: -20 to +40°C;
Voltage Input Range: 185-265VAC;
Voltage: 230 VAC;
Warranty: The bulkheads are warranted for 5 years and the battery backup inverter/charger is warranted for 2 years. The batteries are replaceable and their lifespan depends on how frequently they are cycled (the batteries rated life is 500 cycles.)
*Please note that battery backup time can vary and is largely dependent on how charged the battery is. If you're hit with multiple power outages a day, or in close succession, the unit may not illuminate for the full time.