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****** Page 1 ****** LED INDICATION Permanent Green Fast Flashing Green (0.1 Sec ON – 0.1 sec OFF) Slow Flashing Green (1 sec ON-I sec OFF) Permanent Yellow Slow Flashing Yellow (1 sec ON-I sec OFF) Fast Flashing Yellow (0.1 sec ON-O.l sec OFF) Green and Yellow OFF STATUS Everything Working Correctly Function Test in Progress Duration Test In Progress Load Failure Battery Failure Charging Failure DC Mode COMMENTARY Open Circuit/Short Circuit/LED Failure Battery Failed Duration or Function Test Batte is Defective/Wron Batte Volta e Incorrect Charging Current Battery Operation(Emergency Mode) TECHNICAL INFORMATION Model Number XT230RS/DALl Input Voltage 220-240VN 50/60HZ Maintained Luminaire Charge Duration 24 h Discharge Duration Battery Ni-Mh 3.6V 2.OAh Power 3.5 W Max Explanations Non-maintained Luminaire Switched Maintained Luminaire LEDS SMD 2835 14 pcs 0K Emergency mode Failure-Battery Charge XT230RS/DALl Instruction Leaflet ABB BV C/O Thomas & Betts European Centre Boulevard Millenium 8 B — 7110 Houdeng-Goegnies Belgium UK Contact Telephone +44 (0) 113 2810600 Sales +44 (0) 113 2810610 Fax +44 (0) 113 2810601 Email Deutschland Kontakt: Busch-Jaeger Elektro Ein Unternehmen der ABB Gruppe Freisenbergerstrasse 2 58513 Lüdenscheid Zentraler Vertriebsservice Tel: +49 (0)2351956 1600 Fax: +49 (0)23519561700 2 Note: We reserve the right to make technical changes or modify the contents of this document without prior notice. With regard to purchase orders and/or contracts, the agreed particularsshall prevail. ABB does not accept any responsibility whatsoever for potential errors or possible lack of information in this document. We reserve all rights in this document and in the subject matter and illustrations contained therein. Any reproduction, disclosure to third parties or utilisation of its contents – in whole or in parts -is forbidden without prior written consent of ABB. Copyright 0 2020 ABB All rights reserved Website: Other countries: For more information, please reach out to our ABB local contact center. Find out on: Technical Specifications . 220-240VAC, 50/60 Hz Emergency Duration Power Supply Power Consumption Ambient Operating Temp Charge Time Operation Max. 3.5W . -50C…+450C 24 Hours Maintained and non-maintained Protection Class IP Rating Function Installation Viewing distance 3 Hours IP20 DALI Wall mount or Ceiling mount 30m 1 of 4

****** Page 2 ****** PRECAUTIONS Carefully read this instruction leafet before installing or using the luminaire. This leafet provides important information about the correct installation, use, maintenance and disposal of this product. Please observe the following guidelines: 1. Installation must be in accordance with European installation requirements HD 60364 and additional local regulations. 2. This product may not be modified in any way what so ever or used for a purpose or in an environment other than for which it is designed Failing to observe these guidelines will invalidate the warranty and the CE-compliance of this product. 3. The luminaire is suitable for indoor use only 4. Before installing the luminaire, the supply must be isolated. 5.The luminaire should be connected to the voltage equivalent to that indicated on the type label SERVICE & OPERATION Normal Operation: The green indicator light on face plate stays on. The LED will go out if the mains supply fails, the internal charger malfunctions, or the unit is in test mode. Battery: Sealed Ni-Cad or Ni-Mh rechargeable battery pack. Battery should be replaced when the required duration is no longer achieved. To avoid any damage to the fixture and ensure its performance, the battery should be replaced with same brand and type. Test Switch: Press the test switch button, LED indicator will go out and the sign will be illuminate from its battery pack. WARNING: The luminaire must, under no circumstances, be covered with insulating material or similar material only WIRING INSTRUCTIONS Maintained Wiring Non-Maintained Wiring AC Supply INPUT Neutral (Blue} .JL.vnp•w cable Lwe Brawn N L AC Supply to fixture — Neutral — Switched Live — UrtSWitChCd I-Ive AC Supply INPUT 220-240V Neutral (Blue) N o SL Live Brown L Non-maintained: AC Supply to fixture — Neutra Switched IL we — Lwe Maintained (default operation): Connect and leave jumper cable connected. Connect and remove jumper cable. PICTOGRAM STYLES Commissioning Test Behaviour MOUNTING OPTIONS MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS Dispart mounting plate @ Wall mounting or Ceiling mounting Mounting plate AC @ Insert flat screwdriver into slot on side of unit, pry off and remove the mounting plate from unit. @ Disconnect AC connector from PCB,A. Wiring connection Suitable cable 0.75-2.5mm2 Connect the AC supply wire to terminal block. Refer to wiring instruction showed below. 5 Change pictogram when necessary Remove the pictogram on the unit, select other pictogram you need then insert into slot of panel. 2 of 4 Wall mounting Ceiling mounting @ Knock out appropriate centercable entry hole and mounting screw hole on the mounting plate. Route AC supply wire through center hole of mounting plate. @ Fix mounting plate on the mount surface with screws and atuhor nuts. Connect battery Battery Connection DALI Connection Connect battery male female connector inside of mounting bracket. Snap AC supply on PCBA and then snap fixture to mounting plate. Initial connection of the mains supply will initiate a commissioning sequence where the battery will remain on charge and test for an uninterrupted 60 hours. Any interruption of the mains supply during this period will reset the counter to zero. The sequence is : to charge for 24hours. Having fully charged the battery, then execute a duration test. Upon successful completion of the duration test, the gear will perform another full charge period of 24hours. After this period, it is suggested to perform a function test and then check for successful completion of the function and duration tests. Therefore, after initial mains power on, it is best to leave the gear alone for 60 hours to allow the gear to complete its pre-programmed commissioning testing. During the 60 hour period, any attempt to have the gear perform a function or duration test will simply result in the requested test being ‘pended’. Following the commissioning test it will then perform whatever tests are pended. Meaning that if you had pressed “start duration test”, at the end of commissioning, the gear will perform another duration test and another subsequent charge period before normal operations could be resumed. Gear Behaviour After Battery Change (meaning Disconnect / Reconnect battery) After changing the battery, the gear will perform a complete commissioning sequence, as described above, irrespective of the condition of the battery. Function test A 5 second functional test is carried out at nominally I week interval. Duration test The gear switches to battery supply with mains supply off, and runs until the batteries can no longer supply the lamp The length of time to run out is recorded in memory. A pass result indicates the battery powered the fitting and lamp for the rated period of this fitting. A full rated duration test is carried out nominally at 52 weeks intervals. In DALI mode, the start of the regular duration and function tests, is initiated by the attached controller. If the DALI controller is not available, the gear will revert to its automated settings. 3 of 4








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