Emergency Lighting


Eaton Crouse Hinds

NEC Standard

Light-Pak™ ELPS Emergency Lighting Systems are used: to provide safe, reliable illumination to designated areas during failure or interruption of power to the normal lighting system, in areas made hazardous by the presence of flammable gases and vapors, combustible dusts, or easily ignitable fibers and flyings, where corrosion, vibration, moisture, dirt, and rough usage are a problem

Product Description


1. Compact factory sealed luminaire assemblies are each furnished with a 12 watt tungsten-halogen lamp and inner reflector for appropriate photometrics in hazardous areas

2. Luminaire assemblies are fully adjustable and lockable on two axes to provide flexible and consistent light aiming capabilities

3. Luminaire lens ring is threaded for easy relamping and locks in place with hex head set-screw; will not loosen due to vibration

4. Ground joint cover with external flange design permits large opening and easy access to internal components

5. Neoprene cover gasket seals out moisture for superior protection of internal components against wetness and corrosion

6. Lightweight, compact size, and mounting feet ease installation and allow placement in confined areas

7. Two 1" NPT drilled and tapped conduit openings, with plugs, are standard, for choice of top or bottom feed

8. Factory-installed PUSH-TO-TEST pushbutton enables easy testing of system

9. MAIN POWER ON pilot light indicates AC power is being supplied to the battery charger

10. Stainless steel drain minimizes moisture collection; stainless steel breather with aluminum cap provides ventilation, minimizes moisture collection

11. CID 101 corrosion inhibitor device is provided with each ELPS system to help protect electrical components and connections

12. Rugged, long-life, maintenance-free, nickel cadmium battery provides 30 watts of power for the required 1 1/2 hours

13. Solid state battery charger for long life and reliable service prevents deep discharge by automatically disconnecting luminaires from battery