Emergency relay panel

Ensure fail-safe emergency lighting in commercial settings with the new emergency relay panel from Watt Stopper Inc. The emergency relay panel can monitor the presence of normal power to control emergency lighting circuits based on ordinary control schedules and devices. The emergency relay panel option is available with Watt Stopper’s 24- or 48-relay size Lighting Integrator low-voltage ...

07/01/2009


Ensure fail-safe emergency lighting in commercial settings with the new emergency relay panel from Watt Stopper Inc. The emergency relay panel can monitor the presence of normal power to control emergency lighting circuits based on ordinary control schedules and devices. The emergency relay panel option is available with Watt Stopper’s 24- or 48-relay size Lighting Integrator low-voltage lighting control panels. This option is ideal for applications where always-hot emergency lighting circuits need to be controlled along with normal lighting circuits.

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