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Philips Bodine BSL20LV Emergency LED Driver, 20 Watts Output Power

SKU: BSL20LV | Ordering Code: BSL20LV

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Philips Bodine BSL20LV emergency driver is ETL listed for factory or field installation and allows the same LED luminaire to be used for normal and emergency operation. The driver works in conjunction with an AC LED driver that has an output currrent not to exceed 5.0 A. The driver has a high temperature nickel cadmium battery, charger and electronic circuitry in one compact case. When AC power fails, the BSL20LV immediately switches to the emergency mode. Can supply an LED lighting load of up to 20 watts at a reduced lumen output for 90 minutes. When AC power is restored the emergency driver automatically returns to the charging mode.

  • Can be used with an LED lighting load of up to 20 watts for 90 minutes
  • Suitable for indoor and damp locations and for sealed and gasketed fixtures, including fixtures rated for wet locations
  • ETL listed for field or factory installation (indoor and damp)
  • Illumination Time - 90 minutes
  • AC Input Current - 95mA
  • AC Input Power Rating - 8.5 watts
  • Output Current and Voltage - 1A-0.40A 20V-50V (Class 2)
  • Output Power - 20 watts maximum
  • Output Class 2 compliant
  • Illuminated test switch 2W-ITS
  • High temperature, maintenance free nickel cadmium battery, 7-10 year life expectancy
  • Battery Charging Current - 275 mA
  • Recharge Time - 24 hours
  • Ambient Temperature - 32ºF-122ºF
  • RoHS compliant
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Input Volts

Output Voltage
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Output Watts
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Length (in)
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Width (in)
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Height (in)
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5 year limited
Maximum Current (Amps)
The maximum amount of Amps that a ballast can hold.
AC Input (Watts)
The amount of watts to operate emergency lamps.
Charging Current (Amps)
The amount of current to charge a battery.