New self-testing and self-diagnostic options now available in LiteGear® emergency egress solution.
Dual-Lite, a Hubbell Lighting Inc. brand, is proud to announce that their popular LiteGear® emergency egress series has been enhanced with the Spectron® self-testing and self-diagnostic option. The LiteGear® LG2SI compact inverter can now automatically conduct its own testing and diagnose any potential issues before an actual emergency occurs. This new option makes the LiteGear LG2SI the smartest compact emergency lighting inverter available in the market today.
.The LG2SI (LiteGear® 250 VA) unit now features a new self-testing and self-diagnostic option that performs a one minute test every 28 days and alternates a 30 minute and 60 minute test every 6 months. The Spectron® self-testing and self-diagnostic functionality features a user-activated 1 minute or 90 minute testing function with the push of a button helping to further reduce maintenance costs by having the ability to visually indicate any issues that would impede code compliance. It also features a load-learning capability that helps ensure every test of the emergency lighting load is constant, providing a state-of-the art diagnostic tool. These enhanced testing features enable this LiteGear®250 VA unit to increase its normal warranty from 2 years to a 5 year warranty.
As opposed to traditional battery packs, a LiteGear® inverter provides full light output for 90 minutes providing a brighter path of egress. The single-phase central lighting inverter provides emergency AC power with full lumen output for emergency lighting loads in commercial or industrial applications. The central inverter can power the same indoor or outdoor fixtures already in place for task and convenience lighting when some or all of those fixtures are designated as “emergency lighting fixtures”. Featuring a 100 -250 VA/W rating, this compact, economical interruptible power supply automatically transfers power in 2 seconds or less to lighting fixtures equipped with incandescent, fluorescent or LED lamps in an emergency situation. The interruptible design can handle loads up to 1,000 feet away and operates with normally-on, normally-off and switched loads. Whether it’s for retrofit or new construction use, the LG2SI provides economical, inverter-derived emergency power for indoor or outdoor lighting fixtures.
LG2SI Key Features:
• 1000 feet wiring distance between inverter and load
• Interruptible design; automatically transfers in 2 seconds or less
• LED status indicator and push button test switch
• LVD, AC lockout, short circuit, current limiting, overload, and brownout protection
• Powers LED, Compact Fluorescent, Linear Fluorescent, and Incandescent lamp types
• Operates normally on, normally off, or switched loads
• Surface Wall, Recessed Wall, and Recessed T-grid Ceiling mounting
• 90 minutes of emergency power for full load operation
• UL 924 Listed
• Spectron® Self Testing/Self Diagnostics available with 250VA/W version features:
o 1 minute test every 28 days
o Alternating 30 minute and 60 minute test every 6 months
o User-activated 1 minute or 90 minute testing with a push of a button
o Load-learning capability so that every test ensures that the emergency lighting load is constant
o Battery fault, Battery Connection fault, Charger fault, Transfer fault, and Lighting fault indicators
For additional information on the Dual-Lite LG2SI Series compact inverter, visit www.dual-lite.com .
About Hubbell Lighting:
From its inception in 1963, Hubbell Lighting established its position in the lighting industry by producing outdoor lighting of the highest quality. Through an in-depth knowledge of the electrical distributor and contractor markets, Hubbell Lighting has been consistently able to combine innovative technology with practical lighting brand solutions and service oriented performance. Hubbell Lighting provides a full range of indoor and outdoor lighting products for commercial, industrial, institutional, sports lighting, landscape and residential markets, including green initiatives for vacancy sensors and daylight harvesting controls.