The LPS Series centralised units are designed and constructed in accordance with the EN 50171 standard for uninterruptible-type emergency lighting. They are low-power centralised wall-mounted units with an output voltage of 24 Vdc.

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Maximum output power 300 W (up to 3 hours duration).

Power factor: 0.98 when fully charged.

4 A output circuit with double terminal, maintained/non-maintained configuration and fuse-free dynamic short-circuit protection.

Option of installing Daisalux beacons with dimming.

The DBR system can also be installed in ELC-type luminaires.

Sealed valve-regulated lead-acid battery (VRLA).

High rate battery charge.

Top-mounted power supply intakes and outlets.

Control panel with graphic display and keyboard for configuration and monitoring of the central battery.

Front-loading mini-USB for PC connection.

Ethernet connection with PC (LPSLan accessory) or web server for DaisaTest system.

Integration with DaisaTest system for maintenance management (EN-50172).

Inputs:

4 digital inputs (detector connection)

1 analogue input (1-10 V) for regulating Daisalux beacons

1 Daisalux remote control input.

Alarms:

4 dry contacts for failures, alarms and central battery status (EN-50171).

Connection terminal block
Internal operation diagram

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Power source

Remote control

Auxiliary inputs

Outputs

Dry contacts

0-10 V beacon lighting regulation



Each LPS unit output circuit is configured as "maintained / non-maintained”. This operating mode is assigned to all non-electric line communication (non-ELC) luminaires connected to said circuit.

If luminaires with electric line communication (ELC) are used, the "maintained / non-maintained" operating mode is individually configured on each luminaire and is independent of the circuit configuration.

The DaisaTest application (through the LPSLan communication accessory) can monitor and control an indefinite number of devices.

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Inputs
Power source voltage 230V
50/60 Hz
110-127V
50/60 Hz
230V
50/60 Hz
110-127V
50/60 Hz
Maximum cable duct diameter 2,5mm2
Input protection Fuse 6,3 AT
Analogue (Daisalux beacon regulation 1 (0-10V c.c.)
Auxiliary inputs 4
Remote control 1
Outputs
Output voltage: 24V c.c. (21,6V – 30V)
Maximum output cable diameter 2,5mm2
Maximum output power
Duration 0,5 h 300 W 200 W 300 W 200 W
1 h 300 W 200 W 300 W 200 W
1,5 h 211 W 200 W 300 W 200 W
2 h 170 W 170 W 300 W 200 W
3 124 W 124 W 300 W 200 W
6 69 W 69 W 172 W 172 W
8 55 W 55 W 136 W 136 W
No. of output circuits 6
Protection
Overcurrent 4,1 A
Overvoltage 34V
Short circuit 12-24 A constant until thermal protection Self-reset (detection > 20 s)
Overheating 80 ºC self-reset (detection > 20 s)
Dry contacts 4 (3 fixed under EN 50171)
Interaction and connectivity
USB Central battery front-mounted connection
Ethernet or Wifi Opcional, con accesorio de LPSLan
Display 160x104-dot graphic display with central battery front-mounted keyboard
General
Protection class Class I
Degree of protection IP20
Ambient working temperature between 0 ºC and 25 ºC
Noise level > 40 dB
Weight 27 Kg 56 Kg
Battery 24V / 26Ah Pb VRLA 24V / 65Ah Pb VRLA
Software
WinCBS yes
Soft-Daisatest Optional with ELC unit and luminaires

General condition of the central battery, batteries, rectifier and fault alarms

Configuration of the inputs, output alarms, duration and web server.

Configuration of functional, duration and battery capacity tests.

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Monitoring and configuration of communicating ELC circuits and luminaires

Execution of actions and scenarios

General system information

The monitoring unit controls the most critical aspects of safety (EN-50171) of the LPS units such as the status of the battery-charging rectifier, the general condition of the central battery, the status of the output circuits and runs functional, duration and battery capacity tests. It controls the charge voltage and current of the batteries and their temperature.

A control panel with graphic LCD display enables data monitoring and performs the following configuration tasks:

Definition of the central battery’s duration.
Configuration of the circuits in maintained / non-maintained mode.
Configuration of the frequency of the tests, day of the week, test schedule, automatic/manual mode.
Input configuration.
Output circuit configuration.
Display of scenarios programmed with winCBS or web server.
Zoning of communicating luminaires (ELC).
Operational configuration of ELC-type luminaires (maintained/non-maintained)
Display of ELC-type luminaire status.
Internal memory with central battery configuration log, test results and status of ELC-type luminaires.

LPSLan communication module.
Communication module via Ethernet connection with integrated web server. Enables monitoring of the central battery and ELC-type luminaires.

DR-3 remote detector.
Network fault detector for centralised LPS series units.
Monitors the status of the network (3 phases and neutral) which it shows by flashing a front-mounted LED (off during network downtime).
It has two contacts (NO, NC) connected to the LPS central battery auxiliary inputs and, in the event of a network fault, enables configuration of the output circuit start command.