Local Controller allows that the emergency lights are switched on, if irregularities occur in the power supply of the normal lighting. Maintained and non-maintained emergency lights can be connected to the same circuit cable.
- Install Local Controller in the circuit cabling before the monitored emergency lights. Voltage information is brought from the fuse box of the area.
Here's how it works
Local Controller is installed to the circuit cable of the emergency lights, before the emergency lights. Voltage data is brought from the fuse box of the area to Local Controller, and it senses the phases of the fuse box. When the phases have deficiencies, the data is transmitted via the Local Controller to the non-maintained emergency lights and they will be switched on. After the normal electrical network has returned, the emergency lights operate for about 20 seconds, after which they are switched off automatically (if the delay is set to 0 minutes).
Power failure messages in real time
TST6804 and TST6805 devices also have a switch control input, trimmer or DIP switch. They control how long the luminaires stay on after return of normal input (0-15 minutes).
The relay output of the device can also be used to alert of a local power failure.
The non-maintained emergency lights in the Local Controller system must be addressable, with the letter K at the end of the type code.
|Product Code||Product Name||Max Input Power VA||Mounting|
|TS90685||Local Controller TS90685||inside a distribution panel|
|TS90686||Local Controller TS90686||surface|
|TS90695||Local Controller TS90695||inside a distribution panel|
|TS90696||Local Controller TS90696||surface|
|TST6801||Local Controller TST6801||inside a distribution panel, DIN rail|
|TST6802||Local Controller TST6802||surface|
|TST6803||Local Controller TST6803||inside a distribution panel, DIN rail|
|TST6804||Local Controller TST6804||surface|
|TST6805||Local Controller TST6805||inside a distribution panel, DIN rail|