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Micro emergency Power System
[PSM Series]

Wiring Diagram



For powering LED, fluorescent, and incandescent fixtures
Sinusoidal output eliminates compatibility problems with LED drivers as well as fluorescent ballasts
Universal 120/277VAC, 60Hz. input/output
Unit capacities from 20W - 55W
"Soft Start" design reduces fixture inrush current
Unit may be installed up to 1,000 feet from controlled fixture(s)
Surface, recessed or T-Grid mount models available
Lumen output from fixture is 100% of nominal
Unique design eliminates compatibility problems with LED drivers as well as fluorescent induction ballasts
Compatible with dimming ballasts
Normally-on or Normally-off load output
Power Consumption: 9W
Provisions for local switching capability - Always on during emergency conditions regardless of local switch position
Dual-mode charger includes low voltage disconnect provides protection against battery deep discharge
Long life, maintenance-free lead-calcium battery or NiCad battery available
Control panel with Momentary test switch, AC-On, Charge-On and Inverter-On LED indicators
Battery and AC output circuits are fuse protected
Reverse battery and AC lockout protection
Meets NFPA Life Safety Code 101, OSHA, NEC, State and local codes
UL 924 Listed
Optional T-Grid models are plenum rated

The PSM Series is designed to provide up 20W - 55W of emergency power to incandescent, fluorescent, or LED fixtures. The PSM unit provides clean, sinusoidal AC output power allowing it to be remotely mounted up to 1,000 feet away from the controlled fixture(s). Unlike a ballast fluorescent emergency pack, the PSM provides power to the input side of the fixture, (including the ballast) eliminating any chance of incompatibility. The PSM series models are available for surface, recessed, or ceiling T-Grid mounting if required. All PSM systems will provide emergency power output for a minimum of 90 minutes.

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