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布里斯托尔大学的应急照明升级继续安装了10个来自消防和生命安全系统制造商Advanced的LuxIntelligent应急照明面板。

新设备将与21个现有的LuxIntelligent面板一起安装,这些面板连接到大约4500个灯具配件,以确保持续符合BS 5266-1的应急照明操作规范。

时间和成本节约

利用现有布线,豪华的面板将继续在一系列大学建筑上进行改造,包括七个住宅大厅。

LUXINTELLIGENT可用于替换现有网站上的过时的应急照明,允许节省时间和成本

LuxIntelligent可用于更换现有部位上过时的应急照明的轻松允许实现大量的时间和成本节约。

LED灯具

各种LED灯具已选中从宽阔的奢华范围,以保护具有较为不同照明要求的建筑物。

它们包括筒灯、聚光灯、出口标志和舱壁照明,这些设备已经安装在历史悠久的维多利亚房间、威尔斯大厅的宿舍楼以及兽医学院校园的手术室和屠宰场。

应急照​​明系统

布里斯托大学调试工程师克里斯史密斯说,“我们根据各个建筑的要求安装了布里斯托尔大学的各种应急照明系统,然而,大学某些地区的应急照明已经过时,我们无法再寻找替换部件,这使得维修变得越来越困难。”

“在大学其他地区使用高级的应急照明系统多年来,我相信我们可以依赖它来表现,合规性和安心。“

升级系统

Matt Jones,先进的应急照明业务经理说,“看看我们的应急照明系统站在布里斯托尔大学的这一重大升级中,看看我们的应急照明系统很棒。我们期待继续支持大学,因为他们未来的应急照明要求增长。“

自动照明系统

Upiration的LuxIntelligent是一种可寻址的自动应急照明系统,显示所有紧急灯符合且功能,无需工程师参与。

每个面板有多达4个回路,支持249个灯具,可以很容易地与现有的线路和灯具联网工作,将安装成本保持在最低水平。该系统还通过移动和web应用程序提供可选的云监控和系统管理。

安装方便

LUXINTELLIGENT可以与EASYSAFE,先进的最新范围的可寻址,低压应急灯具和退出标志一起使用。

EasySafe设备直接由LuxIntelligent面板供电,无需本地供电,可与任何现有的LuxIntelligent灯具和出口标识兼容,使设备易于安装到现有的线路上,形成一个智能应急照明系统。

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