The ACE-G20-1555CP is a UL Listed Emergency LED Driver that enables the same LED fixture for normal and emergency operations. The ACE-G20-1555CP contains a LiFePO4 battery, a high-efficiency battery charger, control circuitry, and high-efficiency power converter circuits, which are in a single metal enclosure. In the event of a normal power failure, the ACE-G20-1555CP switches to emergency mode and operates the fixture’s LED array or module for 90 minutes at a constant power of 20W. When normal power returns, the ACE-G20-1555CP returns to normal mode.
20 Watt Constant Power/Emergency LED Driver
- Constant output power: Maintains constant emergency light levels over the full 90-minute runtime and the output voltage range.
- Self-sensing output voltage: Automatically adjusts over the 15-55V range to maintain constant power within the class 2 voltage ranges.
- Includes input over-voltage surge protection, output short circuit, open circuit, over-voltage protection, and over-temperature protection for improved reliability.
- Two-wire universal input: Reduces wiring errors and reduces installation time and complexity.
- Includes a miniature illuminated test switch status indicator:
- Enables mounting in small spaces.
- Suitable for indoor and damp locations.
- Compatible with various LED fixtures, such as emergency-only fixtures and new and existing fixtures.
- Constant Power Emergency Back-up LED Driver
- Input Voltage: 120-277VAC
- Frequency Input: 50/60Hz
- Input Current (max): 70mA
- Input Power: 5W
- Output Current: 363mA - 1330mA
- Output Voltage: 15-55VDC
- Output Power (max): 20W
- Battery Voltage: 9.6V
- Battery Charge Current: 210mA
- Battery Charge Time (max): 48Hrs
- Operating Duration (min): 90min
- Battery Life Expectancy: 7 to 10 Year
- Ambient Operating Temperature: 0 ˚C through 55 ˚C
- UL Listed for US and Canada: UL and cUL Emergency LED Driver
- Product Dimensions (L x W x H x M): 12.68 " x 2.44" x 1.49" x 13.3"
- Warranty: 5 years based on a maximum case temperature of ≤ 60 °C, 3-year warranty based on a maximum case temperature of ≤ 66 °C