Emergency lighting

Emergency Exit - Stock ImageRoel Systems suggests modern emergency lighting systems that combine safety and energy efficiency . The systems are based on a control station addressable for emergency lighting with back-up batteries , freestanding lighting and signal connected through traditional low current wiring.

The station monitors automatically and continuously tests the functionality and integrity of the system. The backup battery in each luminaire allows shielded wiring instead of fire resistant wiring , which is more expensive . In conjunction with the battery operation, wiring costs are reduced by 60 % compared to the system that has central batteries and by up to 30% compared to other systems addressable “self -contained ” systems.

The systems designed by us are fully extendible and can be incorporated into the network. Each station can accommodate up to two lines of devices, and up to 127 devices can be connected to each line. Stations can be linked together in a network of up to 15 participants, making the system suitable for large and very large buildings , with a potential capacity of 3810 emergency lights.

Intelligent emergency lighting systems are fully monitored and incorporate a self- test feature that ensures us that the system is operational without the need for individual inspection . The information regarding the system’s tests are stored in the station’s memory and can be printed for the end user records . The system can operate in a ” Maintained ” or “non -maintained” way .

The optional graphic software allows an overview of the whole system and helps a lot in maintenance operations.
It illustrates the building plan and indicates the alarm and the out of service status, allowing the system surveillance from a dispatching room or a technical room. Remote control is possible using a GSM interface through which the state of ” out of service ” is sent to the end user or the service company. The system’s operating keyboard contains an LCD display that shows the address and the location of the active and out of service devices.