Emergency fire power supplies are designed in accordance with civil and industrial building fire safety regulations, incorporating sophisticated circuit designs and advanced production processes, with all technical indicators meeting relevant international standards. Emergency lighting is an essential component of modern building safety facilities. During normal lighting conditions, emergency lighting becomes critically important in special situations such as forced power cutoffs, grid power outages, or fire-induced power failures, ensuring the safe and rapid evacuation of people and facilitating rescue operations.
High Load Capacity
Prostar EPS emergency power supplies have a strong load capacity, adapting to inductive, capacitive, and combined load devices such as emergency lighting, elevators, pumps, fans, and office automation equipment.
Centralized Power Supply
EPS emergency power supplies provide centralized power to meet various load demands. Batteries are only activated when normal lighting power fails. Advanced technologies can be employed to protect and control battery charging and discharging cycles, significantly extending the battery life in emergency lighting systems.
The EPS emergency power supply firefighting interconnection is a subsystem of the overall building fire interconnection, encompassing emergency lighting, fire pumps, electric rolling shutter doors, elevator cars, and other drive systems. The primary function of the firefighting interconnection is to enable firefighting control room personnel to monitor fire alarms in each zone in real-time, allowing them to respond to fires quickly and saving manpower and material costs.
When the grid has power, the EPS is in a static state with no noise. With utility power, the noise is less than 68 dB, no exhaust is required, and it is pollution-free and fire hazard-free. In case of a power outage, the EPS can automatically switch, enabling unattended operation.
Scope of Application
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