The Auxilium emergency lighting kit has been specifically designed to converting a wide range of LED luminaires and arrays, containing from 2 to 20 LEDs in series (6 to 55 Volts).
The Auxilium automatically adjusts the output LED current to provide the best match between the battery and the load, providing maximum illumination whilst ensuring full battery duration.
It is designed to be installed by breaking into the low voltage connection between the mains LED Driver and the LEDs and allows the LEDs to be operated as normal under mains healthy conditions and operated at reduced light output in an emergency.
The converter/charger module is housed in a HRN sized case and comes complete with 8 way and 4 way terminal blocks. The eight way block allows connection of unswitched 240V supply, irreversible battery connector, charge indicator LED and additional relay terminals to isolate the supply to the associated mains LED driver, whilst the four way block allows connection of two leads in from the maintaining LED driver and two out to the LEDs themselves.
The current (in mA) from the Auxilium emergency pack will depend on the voltage of the connected LEDs and the number of LEDs.