Emergency Light Battery
Electric energy to ensure safety
Emergency Light Battery
Emergency lighting needs certain safety measures to maintain regulations while it is also important to have a reliable battery to power it up continuously.
Emergency lighting needs certain safety measures to maintain regulations while it is also important to have a reliable battery to power it up continuously. We offer the battery with standard lineups and custom production as well using our lithium cells.
- Nominal voltage 3.2V and 6.4V
- Capacity from 0.5Ah 〜6Ah
- Standard BMS with options for charging and discharging current (subject to engineering approval)
emergency light in subway station
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• Safest lithium chemistry with high energy density
• Built-in intelligent BMS (Battery Management System) for battery protection from overcharge, over-discharge, overcurrent and over-temperature.
• Efficient & long-lasting service life
• Plug & play replacement
Power supply scheme
Specifications for Emergency Light Battery
|Electrical Characteristics||Nominal Voltage||3.2V||3.2V||3.2V||3.2V|
|Nominal [email protected]||0.5Ah||1.5Ah||2.1Ah||3Ah|
|Cycle Life||>2000 Cycles @ 0.2C Charging/Discharging at 90%DOD until 70% Capacity|
|Standard Charging||Charging Voltage||3.65V|
|Charging Mode(CC/CV)||At 0°C~45°C temperature, charged to 3.65V at constant current 0.2C5A, and then at constant voltage 3.65V until the current < 0.02C5A.|
|Max. Charging Current||0.5Ah||1.5Ah||2.1Ah||3Ah|
|Standard Discharging||Discharging Current||0.1Ah||0.3Ah||0.42Ah||0.6Ah|
|Max. Continuous Current||0.5Ah||1.5Ah||2.1Ah||3Ah|
|Max. Pulse Current||0.5Ah||1.5Ah||2.1Ah||3Ah|
|Discharging Cut-off Voltage||2.5V|
|Operating Condition||Charge Temperature||0° to 45°(32° to 113° F)|
|Discharge Temperature||-10°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)|
|Storage Temperature||-20°C to 45℃ ( 32°F to 113°F)|
|Structure||Cell & Format||IFR14500N05 1S1P||IFR18650N15 1S1P||IFR22650N21 1S1P|
FAQ for Emergency Light Battery
- How important is emergency lighting?
- An emergency light is a battery-supported lighting device which will switch on automatically when in power blackouts. It’s easy to find emergency lights at commercial buildings, tunnels, and subway stations. A battery-backed emergency lighting offers illumination enabling people to move carefully to the nearest exit when in an accident.
- How do emergency bulbs work?
- An emergency bulb is a kind of LED lighting with built-in batteries. They’re normally wired to the power supply for continuous charging of batteries, then to provide backup power for the bulb. In the event of a power outage, the emergency lights powered by batteries keep alight for people.
- Do emergency lights use batteries?
- Definitely yes. A self contained emergency light is designed to work for illumination when there’s no power supply. Thus an emergency light requires a rechargeable battery to power the light when in power outages. Lead-acid batteries, NiCad batteries as well as lithium batteries are commonly found in emergency lighting.
- How to charge an emergency light battery?
- Charging emergency light batteries is not as hard as you may think. What is needed for charging emergency light batteries is a proper charger, the voltage of which must fit the voltage of the battery, usually is 4V, 6V or 12V. A charger with a lower or higher voltage than the batteries is forbidden to be used to charge the battery.
- Do emergency lights have to be on their own circuit?
- No, emergency lighting doesn’t need to be on its own circuit, but does need to be connected to the primary circuit so as to turn on if needed. Most emergency lighting is normally powered by batteries, such as SLA batteries or lithium batteries, so they only have a single circuit to operate. Emergency power delivery takes many forms, ranging from drawing power from another circuit, to battery backup systems, to outside power generators.
- How often should emergency lighting be replaced?
- The lifespan of emergency lights is determined by the battery powering the lighting. And a battery-operated emergency light needs to be left to run for at least 3 hours on its battery every year, any that can’t last the minimum amount of time should be replaced immediately. It’s necessary to check emergency light battery annually.
- Custom battery is built as of requirement from cells selection, nominal voltage, capacity, BMS to assembly format and configuration
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