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ILC offers a full line of emergency power controls to sense a power outage and control the lights to meet UL924 requirements. The shunt relay is used on designated emergency lights to shunt or bypass around the lighting controls when a normal power outage occurs. The emergency power control device is used when normal and emergency lights are both being controlled by the lighting control panel, and when an outage occurs, normal lights are turned Off and emergency lights automatically turn On to meet the emergency lighting requirements.

  • Bypass control of emergency lights in the event of a power loss
  • Made in the USA
  • Meets UL924 requirements
  • Works in conjunction with UL1008 transfer switch
  • Diagnostic testing feature
  • 5 year warranty
Features

UL924 Emergency Power Control Device Options

  • EPC-A-1: 20A Emergency Power Control (Junction Box/Fixture Mount)

This device is mounted in a 4-11/16¨ junction box or enclosure. It is provided with an automatic test function that keeps the emergency fixture ON an additional 2.5 seconds to verify functionality. This is a dual voltage 120/277VAC control device for up to 20 amp loads.

  • EPC-1: 20A Emergency Power Control (Flush Mount)

This device is mounted flush to the ceiling in a 4-11/16¨ junction box with a single gang plaster ring. It is provided with an automatic test function that keeps the emergency fixture ON an additional 2.5 seconds to verify functionality as well as a manual test button on the cover. This is a dual voltage 120/277VAC control device for up to 20 amp loads.

  • EPC-1-RT: 20A Emergency Power Transfer Control with Fire Alarm Contact

This is an EPC-1 that can take an override control from a fire alarm through a N.C. dry contact signal. This device is mounted flush to the ceiling in a 4-11/16¨ junction box with a single gang plaster ring. It is provided with an automatic test function that keeps the emergency fixture ON an additional 2.5 seconds to verify functionality as well as a manual test button on the cover. This is a dual voltage 120/277VAC control device for up to 20 amp loads.

  • TR-A: 20A Emergency Power Transfer Control Accessory

This is a device that can be added and wired to any EPC device that forces override control from a fire alarm through a N.C. dry contact signal. This device is ordered voltage specific for 120 or 277VAC

  • EPC-PM: 20A Emergency Power Control (Plenum Mount)

This device is mounted above the ceiling in a 4-11/16¨ junction box with a center 1/2¨ knock-out cover. It is provided with a manual test button accessible through the knock-out. This device is ordered voltage specific for 120 or 277VAC and controls loads up to 20 amps.

  • EPC-1-D: Emergency Power Control for 0-10V and DALI Loads

This device automatically brings emergency 0-10V fixtures ON and to full brightness during a power interruption. This device is mounted flush to the ceiling in a 4-11/16¨ junction box with a single gang plaster ring. It has an automatic test function that keeps the emergency fixture ON an additional 2.5 seconds to verify functionality as well as a manual test button on the cover. This is a dual voltage 120/277VAC control device for up to 1800W loads.

  • EPC-D-F: Emergency Power Transfer Control

This device can bypass 2-, 3-, or 4-wire dimming loads, and can also be used on step dimmed loads. The device is mounted flush to the ceiling directly onto a 4-11/16¨ junction box. It is provided with a manual test button on the cover to verify functionality. This device is ordered voltage specific for 120 or 277VAC and controls loads up to 20 amps.

UL 924 Shunt Relay Device Options

  • RRU: Shunt Relay N.O. / N.C.

This device is mounted in a 4-11/16¨ junction box, fixture or enclosure. This device is ordered voltage specific for 120 or 277VAC and controls loads up to 10 amps.

  • RRU-1: Shunt Relay N.C.

This is device is mounted in a 4-11/16¨ junction box, fixture or enclosure. This device is ordered voltage specific for 120 or 277VAC and controls loads up to 20 amps.

  • RRU-2: Shunt Relay N.O.

This device is mounted in a 4-11/16¨ junction box, fixture or enclosure. This device is ordered voltage specific for 120 or 277VAC and controls loads up to 20 amps.

Physical

Specifications

Emergency Shunt Relay Physical:

  • Bypasses panel control of designated emergency
  • Mounts vary depending on model
  • Lead wires are color coded and clearly marked

Emergency Power Control Physical:

  • Controls emergency lights to follow normal operation
  • Mounts vary depending on model
  • Lead wires are color coded and clearly marked
  • Test switch and LED status Indicators

Emergency Shunt Relay Electrical:

  • 120 or 277VAC

Emergency Power Control Electrical:

  • 120 or 277VAC (Some models are dual voltage)

Operating Environment:

  • Location: Interior Space
  • Operating Temp.: 32° to 140° F
  • Humidity: 10% to 90% non-condensing
  • Atmosphere: non-explosive/corrosive
  • Vibration: Stationary

Certifications and Approvals:

  • UL924
  • UL94V-0 flame rating
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