Intelligent Emergency Lighting
Tridonic hard wired DALI emergency lighting management
Simple, reliable, and scalable to any project size.
Simple control is the great advantage of the Tridonic emergency lighting system: installation is done quickly, and all tests are run automatically at the right time in accordance with BS5266.
LDL manufacture DALI emergency luminaires which then can be incorporated into a DALI emergency lighting network which is managed by the Tridonic x/e touchPANEL.
The local control panel shows the status of the emergency lighting system and can be interrogated to exraxt information. It also has the ability to be connected via the internet to report back to a dashboard remotely.
Key features of the system
Designed for small and medium emergency lighting systems with up to 120 DALI emergency lighting units (60 for each DALI line) per DALI x/e-touchPANEL 02
Function and endurance tests can be conducted in accordance with BS5266
Supports patented addressing function (“EZ easy addressing”)
Individual labelling of groups and devices
Calendar-controlled function and duration test
Interconnection of up to 25 panels for bigger installations possible
Mymesh Wireless Addressable Emergency Lighting
By incorporating Mymesh in the our emergency luminaires, LDL are able to design and provide a wireless DALI emergency lighting control system.
The MMS dashboard, email report service and push notifications provide an automated emergency lighting system that performs and record all of the emergency lighting test results in accordance with BS 5266. If maintained, this always provides the building’s owners and users with a compliant emergency lighting system. An automated email of the test results is sent out on a monthly basis and if there are any faults on the emergency lighting system push notifications are sent out to notify the relevant person(s) of the fault so that it can be rectified immediately.
The MMS Dashboard includes drawings of the building with the positions of the emergency lighting visible, if any faults are identified it is very easy for the user to locate the fault in the building and potentially send an engineer with the correct component to rectify the fault.
Due to the nature of the wireless Mymesh system it is ideal to be retrofitted into existing buildings where the emergency lighting is not upto standard or where the end user wants to be able to remotely monitor the emergency lighting. The nature of the system allows the user to monitor multiple sites via the same MMS dashboard which makes the system ideal for end users that are responsible for multiple sites.