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New emergency luminaire offers improved design and reduced installation time

Feb 24, 2009

Cooper Lighting has completely updated and redesigned its long-established Menvier Britelite emergency luminaire, making it even easier to install, improving its aesthetics and adding several new versions to the range.

Carrying both a BSI kitemark and ICEL approval, this high-quality luminaire features excellent optical performance and is equipped with a 3-cell, 4Ah battery that provides a much higher light output than typical low-cost emergency bulkheads, which means that far fewer Britelites are required to cover a given area.

The resultant reduction in installation time can make a Britelite emergency lighting scheme much more cost-effective than using so-called low-cost bulkheads.

Utilising a T5 fluorescent light source, the Britelite range now includes both surface-mounting and low-profile recessed versions, the latter featuring a maximum visible height of only 30mm.

In addition, Britelite can now be specified with a choice of self-test or central addressable testing functionality and is also available as a slave luminaire for use with central battery systems.

All versions are supplied in two parts: a first-fix base incorporating a heavy-duty connector block, and a combined geartray and diffuser assembly, which is simply snapped into place to complete the installation.

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