Lighting control panelboard

Square D Emergency Lighting Control Panelboard by Schneider Electric is a circuit breaker panelboard with onboard automatic load control relays that centralize egress lighting control in the equipment closet.

04/09/2013


Square D Emergency Lighting Control Panelboard by Schneider Electric is a circuit breaker panelboard with onboard automatic load control relays that centralize egress lighting control in the equipment closet. Courtesy: Schneider ElectricSquare D Emergency Lighting Control Panelboard by Schneider Electric is a factory assembled circuit breaker panelboard with onboard automatic load control relays that centralize egress lighting control in the equipment closet. Integrated with a centralized emergency power source, such as a generator or inverter, the panelboard solves complicating issues for design, installation, inspection, and maintenance. The Square D Emergency Lighting Control Panelboards support the use of lighting controls and standard lighting fixtures for emergency egress lighting. During a power loss, all control devices are bypassed automatically to the emergency lighting power source and return to normal when power is restored. 

Schneider Electric 

www.schneider-electric.com



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