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INSTALLATION, WARNING TO PREVENT HIGH VOLTAGE from being present on red and yellow. output leads prior to installation inverter connector must be open do. not join inverter connector until installation is complete and ac power. is supplied to the emergency ballast, NOTE Make sure the necessary branch circuit wiring is available An unswitched source of power is. required The emergency ballast must be fed from the same branch circuit as the AC ballast. 1 Disconnect AC power from the fixture Remove the ballast channel cover and install the emergency ballast. either in the ballast channel see Illustrations 1 2 or on top of the fixture see Illustration 3. 2 Select the appropriate wiring diagram to connect the emergency ballast to the AC ballast and lamp Make sure. all connections are in accordance with the National Electrical Code and any local regulations. ILLUSTRATION 1 ILLUSTRATION 2 ILLUSTRATION 3, For installation on top of the fixture wire bundle covers may be required by state or local codes These covers are available from the. manufacturer as an accessory kit and must be ordered separately Call your local distributor or the factory for complete infomation. 3 Install the test switch through the ballast channel cover of a troffer or through the side of a strip fixture Drill a. 1 2 hole and install the switch as shown see Illustration 1 2 Refer to the wiring diagrams section and wire. the test switch so it removes AC power from the unswitched hot line to the emergency ballast. 4 Refer to Illustration 4 and install the charging indicator light so that it will be visible after the fixture is installed. NOTE After installing the charging indicator light and test switch mark each with the appropriate label If. a detached charging indicator light is used connect by matching wire colors and install as shown. in Illustration 4, 5 In a readily visible location attach the label CAUTION This Unit Has More Than One Power Connection. Point To Reduce The Risk Of Electric Shock Disconnect Both The Branch Circuit Breakers Or Fuses And. Emergency Power Supplies Before Servicing,ILLUSTRATION 4.
troffer style fixture strip style fixture,Fixture Fixture. Charging Charging,Indicator Indicator,Light Light,Violet Violet. Brown Brown,1 2 White 5 8 Black 1 2 White 5 8 Black. Bushing Bushing Bushing Bushing, NOTE After installing the charging indicator light and test switch mark each with the appropriate label. 6 After installation is complete supply AC power to the emergency ballast and join the inverter connector. 7 A short term discharge test may be conducted after the emergency ballast has been charging for one hour. Charge for 24 hours before conducting a long term discharge test Refer to OPERATION. When AC power is applied the charging indicator light is illuminated indicating the battery is being charged When. power fails the emergency ballast automatically switches to emergency power operating one or two lamps at. reduced illumination When AC power is restored the emergency ballast returns to the charging mode and delays AC. ballast operation for approximately three seconds to prevent false tripping of AC ballast end of lamp life shutdown. circuits This emergency ballast will operate the rated lamp load for a minimum of 90 minutes. MAINTENANCE, Although no routine maintenance is required to keep the emergency ballast functional it should be checked.
periodically to ensure that it is working The following schedule is recommended. 1 Visually inspect the charging indicator light monthly It should be illuminated. 2 Test the emergency operation of the fixture at 30 day intervals for a minimum of 30 seconds Either one or two. lamps should operate at reduced illumination, 3 Conduct a 90 minute discharge test once a year Either one or two lamps should operate at reduced illumination. for at least 90 minutes, Refer any servicing indicated by these checks to qualified personnel. WIRING DIAGRAMS,The following diagrams are typical schematics. only May be used with other ballasts Consult,IMPORTANT TEXT REFER TO TABLE 1. the factory for other wiring diagrams Emergency REGARDING BROWN CONNECTOR. Ballast and AC Ballast must be fed from the,SAME BRANCH CIRCUIT Table 1.
NO of LAMPS, BROWN CONNECTOR OPEN BROWN CONNECTOR CLOSED LAMP BASE WATTAGE BROWN. DIAMETER TYPE Length CONNECTOR,BROWN BROWN 1 CLOSED. T8 T9 T10 T12 Single 2 4,JUMPER 1 1 1 Bipin,WIRE 40 215 W. BROWN BROWN 18 39 W,LONG COMPACT 4 PIN 2G11 2 OPEN. 40 55 W 1 CLOSED, EMERGENCY BALLAST AND AC BALLAST MUST BE FED FROM THE SAME BRANCH CIRCUIT.
TYPICAL SCHEMATICS ONLY MAY BE USED WITH OTHER BALLASTS CONSULT THE FACTORY FOR OTHER WIRING DIAGRAMS. WIRING DIAGRAM for 1 LAMP emergency operation, FIG A ONE 1 LAMP RAPID START BALLAST FIG B ONE 1 LAMP INSTANT START BALLAST. WALL SWITCH WALL SWITCH,HOT WHT RED BROWN HOT WHT RED BROWN. WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting. B RED E BROWN B RED E BROWN,L INVERTER L INVERTER,CONNECTOR M B RED M B RED. K K CONNECTOR,WHITE E A YELLOW,WHITE E A YELLOW,TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK. SWITCH CHARGING G L SWITCH CHARGING,BLU WHT BLUE,G L BLU WHT.
B BROWN E A BLUE BLUE B BROWN E A BLUE BLUE RED,L N S L N S. BLACK C T BLACK C T,Y Y 1 LAMP,COMMON WHITE COMMON WHITE INSTANT. RAPID START,WHT BLK WHT BLK START,BLACK BLACK,WHITE WHITE. FIG C TWO 2 LAMP RAPID START BALLAST FIG D TWO 2 LAMP INSTANT START BALLAST. WALL SWITCH WALL SWITCH,HOT WHT RED BROWN HOT WHT RED BROWN. WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting. B RED BROWN B RED E BROWN,L INVERTER E L INVERTER,K CONNECTOR M B RED K CONNECTOR M B RED.
WHITE E A YELLOW WHITE E A,LAMP 1 EMERGENCY TEST R L YELLOW. TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK,SWITCH CHARGING,LAMP 1 EMERGENCY. SWITCH CHARGING G L BLU WHT BLUE INDICATOR,BROWN E A B BROWN E A. L N S BLUE BLUE L N S BLUE BLUE BLUE,K RED K C T LAMP 2. BLACK C T LAMP 2 BLACK,Y RED Y 2 LAMP,2 LAMP RED,COMMON WHITE YELLOW.
COMMON WHITE INSTANT,RAPID START WHT BLK,WHT BLK YELLOW START. WHITE WHITE, FIG E THREE 3 LAMP RAPID START BALLAST FIG F THREE 3 LAMP INSTANT START BALLAST. WALL SWITCH WALL SWITCH,HOT WHT RED BROWN HOT WHT RED BROWN. WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting. B RED BROWN B RED E BROWN,L INVERTER E L INVERTER,M B RED CONNECTOR M B. K CONNECTOR K RED,WHITE E A YELLOW WHITE E A,LAMP 1 EMERGENCY YELLOW.
TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK TEST VIOLET R L LAMP 1 EMERGENCY. SWITCH CHARGING YEL BLK,SWITCH CHARGING G L BLU WHT BLUE G L. INDICATOR BLU WHT INDICATOR BLU WHT,B BROWN E A BLUE BLUE B BROWN E A. YELLOW N S,L N S LAMP 2 L BLUE BLUE BLUE,K YELLOW K C T LAMP 2. BLACK C T BLACK,Y 3 LAMP BLU WHT Y 3 LAMP,COMMON WHITE COMMON WHITE INSTANT. RAPID START LAMP 3 WHT BLK BLUE,WHT BLK START LAMP 3.
WHITE RED WHITE RED, FIG G FOUR 4 LAMP RAPID START BALLAST FIG H FOUR 4 LAMP INSTANT START BALLAST. WALL SWITCH WALL SWITCH,HOT WHT RED BROWN HOT WHT RED BROWN. WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting. B RED E BROWN B RED E BROWN,L INVERTER L INVERTER,M B RED CONNECTOR M B RED. K CONNECTOR K,WHITE E A YELLOW,LAMP 1 EMERGENCY,WHITE E A YELLOW. LAMP 1 EMERGENCY,TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK.
SWITCH CHARGING SWITCH CHARGING G L,G L BLU WHT RED YELLOW INDICATOR. BLU WHT YELLOW,B BROWN E A B BROWN E A BLUE BLUE,BLUE RED YELLOW BLUE. L N S L N S LAMP 2,K C T BLU WHT K C T,BLACK LAMP 2 BLACK 4 LAMP. Y 4 LAMP BLU WHT Y,COMMON WHITE COMMON WHITE INSTANT. WHT BLK RAPID START LAMP 3 WHT BLK START LAMP 3,BALLAST BRN BALLAST.
BLACK BLACK YELLOW,WHITE WHITE RED,BLUE LAMP 4, FIG I ONE 1 LAMP COMPACT RAPID START BALLAST FIG J TWO 2 LAMP COMPACT RAPID START BALLAST. WALL SWITCH,HOT WHT RED BROWN WALL SWITCH,WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting. B RED BROWN HOT WHT RED BROWN, L E RED WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting. K CONNECTOR,M B B RED E,WHITE E A L INVERTER,TEST YEL BLK LAMP K. VIOLET R L CONNECTOR,WHITE E A YELLOW,SWITCH CHARGING G L BLU WHT BLUE RED.
INDICATOR TEST R L YEL BLK LAMP 1,B BROWN E A BLUE BLUE RED VIOLET. SWITCH CHARGING G L BLU WHT BLUE YELLOW EMERGENCY,N S INDICATOR. B BROWN BLUE BLUE,BLACK C T L N S,COMMON WHITE,Y 1 LAMP K. WHT BLK RAPID START Y 2 LAMP,COMMON WHITE,BLACK BALLAST WHT BLK RAPID START YELLOW LAMP 2. WHITE BLACK BALLAST RED,FIG K TWO 2 LAMP RAPID START STEP DIMMING BALLAST.
COMMON WHT RED BROWN,WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting. RED E BROWN,LAMP 1 EMERGENCY,The white black lead must connect to the white. R L YEL BLK, BLU WHT BLUE lead of the step dimming ballast associated. with the emergency ballast only Connections,N S LAMP 2. SWITCH RED,WHITE C T 2 LAMP,Y RAPID START,HOT BLK BLK BLACK.
STEP YELLOW to other ballasts or fixtures could result in. S1 WHITE BALLAST abnormal operation and cause product damage. WIRING DIAGRAMS for 2 LAMP emergency operation 2 4 17 40 W lamps only. Two lamp emergency operation is not possible with all ballasts. Consult the factory for any ballast other than those shown. FIG L TWO 2 LAMP RAPID START BALLAST FIG M TWO 2 LAMP INSTANT START BALLAST. WALL SWITCH WALL SWITCH,HOT WHT RED BROWN HOT WHT RED BROWN. WARNING Do NOT connect brown connector WARNING Do NOT connect brown connector. B RED BROWN B RED E BROWN,L INVERTER E L INVERTER,K CONNECTOR M B YELLOW. LAMP 1 K CONNECTOR M B,WHITE E A YEL BLK WHITE E A YELLOW. TEST VIOLET R L RED TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK,CHARGING SWITCH CHARGING G L BLU WHT. SWITCH G L BLU WHT BLUE INDICATOR RED,BROWN E A B BROWN E A BLUE BLUE.
BLUE BLUE RED BLUE,L N S LAMP 2 L N S LAMP 2,K C T BLACK C T. COMMON WHITE COMMON WHITE INSTANT,RAPID START YELLOW. WHT BLK YELLOW,WHT BLK START,BALLAST BALLAST,BLACK BLACK. WHITE WHITE, FIG N THREE 3 LAMP RAPID START BALLAST FIG O THREE 3 LAMP INSTANT START BALLAST. WALL SWITCH WALL SWITCH,HOT WHT RED BROWN HOT WHT RED BROWN.
WARNING Do NOT connect brown connector WARNING Do NOT connect brown connector. B RED BROWN B RED E BROWN,L INVERTER E L INVERTER,K CONNECTOR M B RED K CONNECTOR M B. WHITE E A YELLOW,WHITE E A YELLOW,LAMP 1 EMERGENCY. TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK,LAMP 1 EMERGENCY TEST VIOLET R L RED. SWITCH CHARGING SWITCH CHARGING G L,G L INDICATOR YEL BLK. BLU WHT BLUE BLU WHT E A,B BROWN E A B BROWN BLU WHT.
BLUE BLUE BLU WHT BLUE,L N S L N S LAMP 2 EMERGENCY. K K BLUE BLUE,BLACK C T YELLOW BLACK C T,Y LAMP 2 EMERGENCY Y 3 LAMP. 3 LAMP YELLOW,COMMON WHITE COMMON WHITE INSTANT BLUE. WHT BLK RAPID START WHT BLK,BALLAST LAMP 3,BLACK BLACK BALLAST. WHITE WHITE RED, FIG P FOUR 4 LAMP RAPID START BALLAST FIG Q FOUR 4 LAMP INSTANT START BALLAST.
WALL SWITCH WALL SWITCH,HOT WHT RED BROWN HOT WHT RED BROWN. WARNING Do NOT connect brown connector WARNING Do NOT connect brown connector. B RED E BROWN B RED BROWN,L INVERTER,RED L INVERTER E. K CONNECTOR M B K CONNECTOR M B RED,WHITE E A YELLOW. LAMP 1 EMERGENCY,WHITE E A YELLOW,TEST R L YEL BLK LAMP 1 EMERGENCY. VIOLET TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK,SWITCH G L SWITCH CHARGING.
INDICATOR BLU WHT RED YELLOW,G L BLU WHT YELLOW,B BROWN E A BLUE RED YELLOW B BROWN E A BLUE BLUE. L N S BLUE,L N S LAMP 2 EMERGENCY,BLACK C T LAMP 2 EMERGENCY K C T. Y BLU WHT BLACK 4 LAMP,COMMON WHITE COMMON WHITE INSTANT. RAPID START WHT BLK START,BALLAST LAMP 3,BALLAST YELLOW. BLACK BRN BLACK,WHITE BRN WHITE RED,FIG R TWO 2 COMPACT LAMP RAPID START BALLAST.
WALL SWITCH,HOT WHT RED BROWN,WARNING DO NOT connect brown connector. B RED BROWN,K CONNECTOR,TEST R L YEL BLK LAMP 1,SWITCH CHARGING G L BLU WHT BLUE YELLOW. B BROWN E A BLUE BLUE,COMMON WHITE,WHT BLK RAPID START YELLOW LAMP 2. BALLAST RED,WIRING DIAGRAMS for Emergency Only fixtures. FIG S ONE 1 LAMP WITHOUT AC BALLAST 16W 215W FIG T TWO 2 LAMPS WITHOUT AC BALLAST 17W 40W. HOT CAP WHT RED BROWN HOT CAP WHT RED BROWN, WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting WARNING Do NOT connect brown connector.
B RED E BROWN B RED BROWN,L INVERTER,RED L INVERTER E. K CONNECTOR M B K CONNECTOR M B RED,WHITE E A YELLOW. WHITE E A YELLOW,TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK TEST VIOLET R L YEL BLK. SWITCH CHARGING G L SWITCH CHARGING,INDICATOR BLU WHT CAP. E A BLU WHT CAP,B BROWN BLUE CAP B BROWN E A,L N S BLUE CAP.
L N S LAMP 2,BLACK C T K,COMMON WHITE COMMON WHITE. CAP WHT BLK CAP WHT BLK, FIG U ONE 1 4 PIN COMPACT LAMP WITHOUT AC BALLAST FIG V TWO 2 4 PIN COMPACT LAMPS WITHOUT AC BALLAST. 16W 55W 16W 39W,HOT CAP WHT RED BROWN HOT CAP WHT RED BROWN. WARNING Refer to Table 1 before connecting WARNING Do NOT connect brown connector. E BROWN RED E BROWN,INVERTER M B RED L INVERTER M B RED. WHITE E A YELLOW LAMP CONNECTOR,WHITE E A YELLOW LAMP 1.
TEST R L YEL BLK TEST R L YEL BLK,VIOLET G VIOLET, SWITCH CHARGING L BLU WHT CAP SWITCH CHARGING G L BLU WHT CAP. BROWN E A BLUE CAP,BROWN E A BLUE CAP,BLACK C T BLACK C T LAMP 2. COMMON WHITE Y COMMON WHITE Y,CAP WHT BLK CAP WHT BLK.

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