This innovative self-test LED emergency downlight cover uses one high-illumination white LED in a 50mm diameter housing. The high output light source together with its low power consumption and built in self-test means it can use a smaller battery pack, giving greater power efficiency and therefore reducing costs. Self-test ensures that the units are always functioning correctly without the need for a maintenance person; if the light is not fully functioning an audio and visual alarm is triggered. The MRDM/ST is suitable for incorporation into emergency lighting systems complying with BS 5266-1:2011.
Please Note: Lighting products available on a lead time are made to order and as such cannot be returned.
Typical applications for the MRDM/ST self-test LED recessed down-light covers include installations in stately homes, commercial premises, historical buildings, offices etc.
This is the technical data for the Switchable LED Recessed Downlight with Self-Test - MRDM/ST.
|Battery Type||3.6V 4Ah NiCD|
|Light Output||155 Lumens|
|Dimensions (HxDia)||Fascia: 35x50mm
Recessible Body: 35x40mm
|Lamp Type||3W LED|
The following datasheets are available for this product.
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.
Yes, the control gear and battery pack will fit through the cut out. The control gear is 150mm long x 15mm wide x 30mm high.
|Product Code: RL-MRD3M/3W/ST||
In stock Expected dispatch: 12th Jun
£190.59 ex VAT
£228.71 inc VAT
1 customer has have given this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5
Rating: 5 / 5 Stars
Very good service, Good communication. very pleased with service provided. Was easy to order parts needed, was contacted when payment went wrong. managed to pay over the phone with no hassle. delivery sent exactly when advised. very pleased all round with service. thank you
Published on: 9th March 2015