SLG Sicuro control unit

Intelligent centralised low-voltage power supply

• Device for automatic control and monitoring, in accordance with the standard EN 62034. The monitoring process is carried out through two types of test. The shortest of these serves to check that the system is functioning correctly (functional test), while the more detailed test evaluates the power autonomy of the system in an emergency (endurance test). The results of the tests are stored inside the SicuroLED device.
• Charger 27.2 V / 27.2V 3A / 5A, 27.2V 10A
• Automatic emergency activation in the event of mains power failure. The system also allows you to handle the emergency autonomously on the various sections of the system.
• The presence of power across the distributors is reported to the system via the single or three-phase power sensors. These are fitted downstream from the differentials/isolators and monitor the single or three-phase power supply.
• Every SicuroLED control unit manages up to 128 luminaires, divided across 4 lines, with a maximum of 20 luminaires for each. Key features and functionalities of the system:
    - Integrated SE and SA function
- Automatic univocal addressing of the luminaires
- Targeted monitoring of individual luminaires
- Where a power supply is present, the luminaires can be dimmed by 10% to 100%
- The SA luminaires can be switched on or off directly from the control unit, or remotely via the 3 + 5 input module
- Where the power supply is undergoing maintenance, it is possible to time the switching on and off of the luminaires
• 3 outputs via relay (programmable) which signal:
    - Battery charger failure
- Battery error
- Bulb failure
- Minimum battery threshold reached
• RS485 interface for:
    - Interfacing max. 2 input modules
- Monitoring interfacing with optional Sicuro-Visual software
• MODBUS interface
• ETHERNET interface for communication via
• USB interface to upload and download the system configuration and test results, and to update the system software and SicuroLED modules.
• Lead-acid batteries, life expectancy 10 years at 20°C ambient temperature.
• Web Server for the supervising and managing all system control units.

 

Discover the Beghelli SoccorLogica SLG Sicuro24 system

Fixture complies with the European Community directives
Available in: EU
Specifications
Intelligent centralised low-voltage power supply
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