Components | Electronics | Driver Modules | Emergency Lighting | Mar 07, 2018

Universal Lighting Technologies Adds Everline Emergency Drivers

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc., a global leader in lighting and a member of the Panasonic Group, has expanded its comprehensive line of lighting solutions with Everline® Emergency LED Drivers for offices, classrooms, warehouses and other commercial applications.

Individual product benefits include:
•    Targeted for downlight applications, model ELD7UNVCL provides 7W of emergency power and an output voltage range of 15-50Vdc and provides lead within flexible conduit for connections.
•    Targeted for linear fixtures, model ELD10UNVL provides 10W of emergency power and an output voltage range of 15-50Vdc.
•    Targeted for architectural fixtures, model ELD10UNVLPL also provides 10W of emergency power and an output voltage range of 15-52Vdc while featuring a low profile (1.18” h x 1.18” w).
•    Targeted for high bay applications, model ELD20UNVL provides 20W of emergency power, an output voltage range of 20-50Vdc and offers lead within flexible conduit for connections

Available in four models (ELD10UNVL, ELD10UNVLPL, ELD7UNVCL, and ELD20UNVL), the new drivers were designed to meet North American buildings’ strict emergency lighting requirements. Rather than installing separate emergency lighting fixtures, OEMs and contractors can specify Everline Emergency LED Drivers to be installed in LED luminaires that require emergency battery back-up systems.

“With the addition of emergency LED drivers to our product portfolio, Universal can provide a single source for our existing LED driver customers to now buy both pieces of equipment,” said Kevin Boyce, product manager for Universal Lighting Technologies. “This offering will be beneficial for fixture OEMs needing to specify emergency solutions and for contractors looking to save time and money by installing emergency drivers in conjunction with standard LED drivers.”

Compatible with Universal’s Everline LED drivers, the emergency drivers offer 90-minute illumination time, an integrated NiCad Battery and a wide operating voltage range.

About Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc:

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. a member of the Panasonic group and a subsidiary of Panasonic Lighting Americas, Inc., engineers, manufactures and markets innovative solutions for commercial lighting across North America, including LED drivers, LED modules, fluorescent, HID and connected devices using wired and wireless technology. Universal’s Everline® LED retrofit continuum provides a range of solutions for upgrading fluorescent to LED. With over 70 years of experience, the company is recognized for its commitment to quality and customer service. Learn more about Universal at www.unvlt.com

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