In Stock: Emergency Lighting LED Drivers

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ADM STOCKS Hytronik’s emergency lighting LED drivers. 

How Emergency Lighting LED Drivers Work 

Under normal conditions, the LED driver powers the emergency LED lights from the mains AC supply. At the same time the LED driver maintains full charge of a NiCd or NiMH battery. 

Should the mains power supply fail, the LED driver switches over to the battery and reduces the lux level for a regulation specified minimum length of time.  

On restoration of the AC power, the LED driver switches back to powering the emergency LED lightss from the mains power supply and recharges the battery. 

Emergency Lighting LED Drivers in Stock 

ADM stocks the Hytronik HEM09 series emergency lighting LED drivers.

Hytronik HEM09-E

Hytronik HEM09H-E
Hytronik HEM09/E Economy Model


This model has a selectable constant current output with the following options: 350mA, 500mA, 550mA, 700mA, 750mA and 900mA. The power output ranges between 19 and 30 WATTS depending on the output current selected.  

It will operate with a separate NiCd or NiMH 3.6V, 3AH / 1.0A battery and has a manual test switch to ensure that the battery is adequately charged, should it be required.  

The dimming time and light level are easily set via a DIP switch.  

The built- in Sensor-DIM function is designed to work with a simple on/off sensor to achieve tri-level (corridor) control. The on period during absence is controlled by an external sensor, such as Hytronik HC005S or HMW20. When the external sensor switches off, the Sensor-DIM circuit provides timed control of the dimming period and levels. 

Hytronik HEM09H-E

Hytronik HEM09H-E
Hytronik HEM09H/E Economy Model


This LED driver is the same as the HEM09-E, but with a higher output current range.  

The selectable output options are: 900mA, 1050mA, 1200mA and 1400mA. The power output ranges between 10 and 33 WATTS depending on the output current selected. 

For further information on LED drivers for emergency LED lights contact ADM

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18 November 2021