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28W Square Emergency Light - Iona ION28

Discontinued Product

This product has been discontinued and is no longer available to buy.

Product Overview

Manufactured in the UK, the ION28 28W emergency lighting bulkhead light has an IP65 (weatherproof) rating. It is supplied as a maintained operation emergency light, complete with toughened polycarbonate diffuser and anti-tamper screws as standard. In the event of a mains power failure, the emergency light illuminates for 3 hours.

  • Maintained emergency light - can be converted to non-maintained operation
  • Emergency back-up duration: 3 hours
  • Light output:
  • IP65 (Exterior use)
  • Supplied complete with lamp and battery - not covered by warranty
  • Suitable for wall or ceiling mounting
  • Robust and attractive square aluminium diecast bulkhead supplied with toughened polycarbonate diffuser
  • Safelincs EXCLUSIVE 5 Year Warranty
Technical Data

Technical Data

This is the technical data for the 28W Square Emergency Light - Iona ION28.

Product Code
Black OBION28M
Weight 7.00kg
Lamp Type 28W 2D
Backup Duration 3 hours
Light Output Maintained Operation: 1450 lumens
Emergency Operation: 190 lumens
Dimensions (LxWxD) 360x360x125mm

Product Datasheets

The following datasheets are available for this product.

FAQs (4)

Q. Is it possible for a maintained emergency light to be converted to non-maintained when installed?

A. Yes, it is possible for a maintained emergency light to be installed in non-maintained operation. Maintained luminaires have two live connections - permanent supply and switched supply. If you decide to install the maintained light in non-maintained operation, the electrician just needs to miss out the switched live connection during installation. It is not possible to install a non-maintained light in maintained operation.

Q. Can the emergency lights with IP65 rating be fitted with emergency showers?

A. Yes, as this rating identifies that the unit is protected against low pressure jets from all directions - limited ingress permitted.

Q. Can a switchable emergency light be on a PIR sensor?

A. Yes the fitting can be attached to a PIR, however the ballasts and lamps lifetime are reduced when you switch them on and off regularly on a PIR. The manufacturer recommends that if they are to be used on a PIR that they are switched on for the longest predefined time as possible.

Q. How are emergency lights installed?

A. The emergency lights can be either screwed to the wall or ceiling. The product is linked into the mains lighting system. Often, an interrupt switch is installed to allow the testing of the emergency light (also called fish key switch)

Maintained and non-maintained emergency lighting

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