The evolution of LED light sources has led to new levels of lighting efficiency and lifespan being achieved on new generation emergency devices, with results that would have been unthinkable just a few years ago.
Today, the new challenge in the emergency lighting sector lies in gaining even better control over light beams and energy accumulator quality, ensuring maximum efficiency in blackout conditions.
The battery, which is the source of energy for the emergency lighting device, is the component which determines the performance limits, both in terms of charging time and with regard to reliability and effective power.
Revolutionary titanium dioxide technology (Beghelli was the first company in the world to employ this in emergency illumination solution) has increased the speed of ion transfer between the poles exponentially during the charge and discharge process, increasing battery power, energy density and safety whilst drastically reducing charging time. The electro-chemical characteristics of these cuttingedge accumulators offer enhanced protection under extreme conditions of use, such as when exposed to moisture, or in the event of a short-circuit.
Compared with conventional technologies, the differences in the charging time and capacity are extremely high.
The titanium battery can reach 80% of its maximum capacity in less than 2 hours, compared with the 12/24h necessary for conventional emergency lamps.
1 - QUICK CHARGING
The autonomy of an average-power device power reaches 80% in less than 2 hours of charging.
2 - EXTREME OPERATING TEMPERATURES
-20°C ÷ +50°C.
3 - LONG LIFE
With at least 7.000 recharging cycles, reaches 10 years lifespan
4 - MAXIMUM SAFETY
The materials used in these devices do not react in the event that a short circuit or other accidental event occurs (moisture, perforation, etc ...)