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Emergency Lighting Transfer Switch
P/N: LELTS-4-3 LELTS-6-3 LELTS-8-3 LELTS-10-3 LELTS-12-3 LELTS-4-1 LELTS-6-1 LELTS-8-1 LELTS-10-1 LELTS-12-1
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Emergency Lighting Transfer Switch
P/N: LELTS-4-3 LELTS-6-3 LELTS-8-3 LELTS-10-3 LELTS-12-3 LELTS-4-1 LELTS-6-1 LELTS-8-1 LELTS-10-1 LELTS-12-1
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Ordering Information

*Main Feed (single 120/208V): LELTS-xx-3
*Discrete Feed (multiple 20A): LELTS-xx-1

xx= Number of 20A circuits

Versions available with up to 30 circuits

Application

When a power loss occurs it is critical that emergency lighting systems turn on allowing people to make a safe exit from the building. The Lex Products ELTS provides a cost effective UL Listed 1008 transfer switch option which reduces the need for separate emergency lighting systems.

Specifications

  • Rating: 120/208 VAC, 20 Amp Circuits
  • Input & Output Connections: Lugs and Terminal Blocks
  • Overcurrent Protection: 20 Amp Type-J Fuses
  • Agency Approvals: UL 1008 Listed for Emergency Systems; c-UL-us Listed
  • Dimensions: 2 Circuits 24'H x 24'W x 8'D; 4-6 Circuits 30'H x 24'W x 8'D; 8-10 Circuits 30'H x 30'W x 8'D; 12-16 Circuits 36'H x 30'W x 8'
  • Configurations with up to 30 circuits are available. Contact Lex for details.

Features & Benefits

  • Complies with code requirements for UL 1008 Emergency Lighting Systems
  • 65,000 Amp short circuit current rating
  • Electrically operated, mechanically held contactors switch both line and neutral
  • 5 Second switch-time from normal power to standby power, ensures quick transfer is made, and accommodates standby power sources startup
  • 1 Minute switch-time from standby power to normal power ensures that the normal power source is stable
  • Allows selected existing dimmed house light circuits to also be used for emergency lighting, eliminating the need for dedicated emergency circuits and fixtures
  • Both discrete and main feed models available in multiple circuit configurations

Markets Served

  • Entertainment Theatre
  • Convention Centers