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-120V / 277V

-25 Watt Output 



Pure Sine Wave design, LED compatible. Prewired with easy reusable connectors for fast installation and modular replacement of any component. Industry leading warranty with no factory startup required. In stock for shipping in less than 5 days. Great for apartments, offices, and restaurants.



CEPS are typically used in one of three applications: In a standalone application, a single CEPS powers all emergency lighting for a building or space In a multi-inverter application, multiple CEPS power a larger emergency lighting load. Typically, the CEPS will be mounted in smaller electrical rooms or closets close to the lights powered by the inverter. Since large inverter or generator systems are typically broken into multiple circuits, using several CEPS provides greater reliability (no single point of failure), while making troubleshooting and service easier. Unlike large multiple kW systems, the CEPS does not require a factory service tech for service. This solution is economically competitive with standalone large systems in both initial and maintenance costs. In a generator backup application, a CEPS will provide power to emergency lighting during the period (up to several minutes) after utility power is interrupted, but before the generator starts up. If the generator fails to start, the CEPS will carry the entire emergency load for up to 90 minutes.



-Operates fluorescents, dimmable fluorescent ballasts, CFL, LED, halogen & incandescent loads.

-Self-resetting overload protection and fused output

-Automatic Output Voltage Tracking maintains output voltage at full load ± 3%

-120VAC or 277VAC Pure Sine Wave Output 25W load for 90 minutes

-Sealed Lead Calcium batteries provide long life and are maintenance free

-2/6 Warranty (2 year replacement warranty on electronics, 6 year pro-rata warranty on batteries)

-Small footprint: 10” (L) x 7” (H) x 3” (D) Automatic low voltage battery disconnect, deep discharge protection, over-temperature shut down, and reverse polarity protection


METHOD OF OPERATION SINGLE LINE DRAWING ORDERING INFORMATION ADDITIONAL RESOURCES The CEPS Transfer Control will feed Utility Power through RL 1 (see below). This will supply all emergency loads connected to the CEPS. Supervisory LED’s will indicate that utility feed, inverter, and charger are all energized and operating properly. Test switch is easily accessible without opening cover and may be pressed to switch CEPS to emergency mode. The CEPS Transfer Control will feed pure sine wave Inverter Power through RL2 (see below). This will supply all emergency loads connected to the CEPS for up to 90 minutes. Optional EPC emergency lighting controls in each room allow emergency fixtures to be controlled from regular wall switches, occupancy sensors, or dimmers during normal operation, but will automatically illuminate emergency fixtures at full brightness during emergency operation. Up to 25 W of Fluorescent, Incandescent, LED, halogen, and CFL Loads. Upon power failure the CEPS,will transfer from utility power to inverter power through relays RL1 and RL2 (see above). These relays are electronically interlocked with a time delay, which prevents arcing when transfering between two out of phase power sources. This safety feature protects the CEPS, loads, as well as expensive equipment on both sides of the inverter.




Central Emergency Power System Lighting Inverter

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