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Fluiddraw p5 Full DownloadThis invention relates generally to emergency lighting systems, and more specifically, to emergency lighting systems designed for use in shopping malls, department stores, and the like.
Emergency lighting systems are well known in the art and typically comprise one or more backup power supply circuits for supplying electric power in the event of the failure of a primary power source. The primary power source typically provides power at 110 or 240 volts alternating current (VAC) at 60 or 50 hertz (Hz) and is usually connected to a building’s power line via a circuit breaker.
A typical emergency lighting system of the prior art is shown in FIG. 1. The basic components of a conventional emergency lighting system of the prior art are illustrated and include a battery or other backup power supply, a lighting unit, battery charger, relays, and a controller unit. An emergency lighting system of this type typically includes a battery, a lighting unit, a battery charger, and relays. The emergency lighting system is usually connected to the power line by a circuit breaker. A battery charger, used to provide backup power if the primary power source fails, converts the alternating current (AC) from the power line into direct current (DC). The battery charger then provides DC power to the battery. The controller receives power from the primary power source and is generally used to switch the relays to allow electrical power to flow through the relays, from the primary power source, to the battery charger. The relays are then used to selectively switch the lighting unit on and off.
The lighting unit may comprise one or more luminaires that are used to produce light to illuminate an emergency exit. Each luminaire has a lamp and a ballast, sometimes a starter. The ballast includes an inductor or capacitor used to switch, in accordance with instructions from the controller unit, the ballast’s power on and off. Once the lighting unit is switched on by the controller, the luminaire’s ballast becomes excited and the power to the lamp is turned on. The circuitry of the luminaire turns the power off after the lamp burns out.
The controller is sometimes used to initiate the switch on time or the switch off time of the luminaire. For example, the controller might initiate the switch on time by turning on one of the relays after the power is supplied to the battery charger. The relay