Controlled Power unveils emergency lighting inverter

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Electrical power conditioning and protection vendor Controlled Power Company has introduced its new Model ELN centralized emergency lighting inverter.
   
The unit provides uninterrupted, sinewave output for use with "normally on" lighting fixtures and exit lamps, as well as standby output for use with "normally off" emergency lighting fixtures, the company said. It also is generator-compatible.
   
The front-access design and small footprint makes the ELN suitable for wall- or floor-mounted installations. The system meets the NFPA 101 and NFPA 111 standards, and also is UL924 listed, providing the required 90 minutes of emergency backup power and is compatible with all lighting applications.