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CCU 24V Series

PRODUCT FEATURES

  • Allowing testing with a switch on the front panel.
  • Automatically recharged with constant voltage and limited current.
  • Battery overcharge protection circuit prevents overcharge which is the cause of battery swelling.
  • Battery discharge protection circuit prolongs the battery life.
  • AC fuse prevents input short circuit.
  • DC fuse prevents short circuit on the battery or the load side.
  • Under voltage protection circuit allows the unit to automatically activate the emergency light in case any fault occurs in the the main power distribution system or in case of power failure (140-160 VAC)
  • Over voltage protection circuit allows the unit to automatically activate the emergency light in case any fault occurs in the the main power distribution system or in case of power failure (260-270 VAC).

DOWNLOAD SPEC SHEET

CCU 24-170 | CCU 24-220 | CCU 24-240 | CCU 24-360 | CCU 24-500 |
CCU 24-600 | CCU 24-700 | CCU 24-950 | CCU 24-1100 | CCU 24-1200 |
CCU 24-1440 | CCU 24-1700 | CCU 24-1900 | CCU 24-2200 |

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Distribution Channels

Central Battery Control Unit by CCU Series or the central control unit is used to detect any abnormalities of the main power distribution system. In case of error or emergency, the unit is designed to allow the emergency lighting system to bear large loads or larger loads than that the automatic emergency light (complete unit) can. The 24 VDC unit is compatible with halogen lamp or MR16 LED lamp. The unit installation and usage are centrally controlled so that it supplies power to the lamp install

Mode of Operation

Non-Maintained

Input Voltage

220 VAC / 50Hz±10%

Output Voltage

24VDC

Maximum Power Load

170W, 220W, 240W, 360W, 500W, 600W, 700W, 950W, 1100W, 1200W, 1440W, 1700W, 1900W, 2200W

Battery Type

Sealed Lead-Acid Maintained Free

Charging Mode

Constant Voltage & Limit Current

Charging Time

10-15 Hrs.

Backup Time

2.0 Hrs.

IP Rating

IP 20

Features

Without Auto test

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