Emergency LED Driver

Antron offers multiple Emergency LED Driver solutions for emergency lighting technology.

  • All-in-One Emergency LED Driver Solution: Complete solution contains AC driver, DC inverter and battery.
  • Emergency LED Pack Solution: Simple solution include DC inverter and battery.
  • Cold Pack Emergency Solution: The cold pack solution can be operated under -20℃/-4℉.

What Technology Do We Have on Emergency LED Drivers?

As a leading lighting power supply company, Antron provides Emergency LED Driver series from 4W to 28W with universal input voltage, 120-277V and 120-347V to accommodate global market. We offer an easy total emergency solution for your lighting products. For instance, the All-in-One series provides an overall solution to the user to quickly build the emergency function. The Emergency LED Pack is a flexible solution. It can be easily compatible with any AC driver. What’s more, we also develop Cold Pack to accommodate extreme environment. All models are UL924 Listed and CEC compliance for field or factory installation. Hence, we will be your best partner to build emergency related products.

Finally, Antron emergency series provides high flexibility to reduce your inventory product categories. We highly recommend for all kinds of indoor and outdoor LED lighting products or applications.

How To Install?

Our emergency power supply can easily install inside, on the top, or remotely from the lighting fixture. (Note: The bare wire version is more recommended for internal installation, and the flexible conduit version is more recommended for external installation.)

In short, please contact manufacturer or distributor for suitable models.

How It Works?

During normal operation AC power is applied, to the driver, and the charging indicator light is illuminated, which indicates that the battery is being charged. When power fails, the emergency LED driver will automatically switch to emergency power (internal battery), operating the LED load for a minimum of 90 minutes or more. When AC power is restored, the emergency driver returns to the charging mode.

Emergency Product Series

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