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LED EMERGENCY DRIVER

Description:

The VEML25MV-YY, LED emergency driver works in conjunction with the LED driver to allow the same LED fixture to be used for both normal and emergency operations. When power fails, VEML25MV-YY switches to emergency mode and keeps the luminaire illuminated at a reduced lumen output for a minimum of 90 minutes. VEML25MV-YY is suitable for use in new LED fixtures or LED retrofit applications. Includes LED charging indicator light, single-pole test switch, battery and installation hardware.

Electrical:

● Multi voltage (120-277VAC 50/60Hz)
● Compatible with LED driver
● Maintenance-free, long-life, high temperature LiFePO4 battery
● Safety extra low output voltage: 11-56VDC
● Adjustable output current from 100mA to 1050mA
● Maximum power in emergency mode up to 25W

Installation:

● For use with switched or unswitched fixtures
● Does not affect normal operation
● Emergency driver must be fed from the same branch circuit as the LED driver
● Ambient temperature: 0°C/30°F - 50°C/120°F

Warranty:

● 5 years
● UL, cUL 924 listed,FCC Part 15 Class B, Sound Rated A SELV, RoHS Compliant

Case Dimensions:
 
 
VEML25MV-YY
Model: VEML25MV-YY

The VEML25MV-YY, LED emergency driver works in conjunction with the LED driver to allow the same LED fixture to be used for both normal and emergency operations. When power fails, VEML25MV-YY switches to emergency mode and keeps the luminaire illuminated at a reduced lumen output for a minimum of 90 minutes. VEML25MV-YY is suitable for use in new LED fixtures or LED retrofit applications. Includes LED charging indicator light, single-pole test switch, battery and installation hardware.

Technical Specifications
Input Voltage
120-277VAC, 50/60Hz
Lamp Operated
2’ - 4’ of Espen CoreTech type C LED lamp or VersaLinear LED module
Other Class 2 LED lamp or module
Emergency Operation
90 mins
Operating Temperature
0°C/30°F - 50°C/120°F
Battery
24-48hr recharge, LiFePO4
Approval
UL and cUL 924 Listed
User Manual Emergency Solution Wiring Diagram