Cooper Greengate Emergency Power Control 120V / 277V

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The Emergency Power Control (CEPC) device allows the control of emergency lighting by any Greengate lighting control panel or occupancy sensor.

The CEPC senses a local, single normal power circuit. As long as normal power is present, the CEPC permits normal and emergency switching of the lighting load from Greengate lighting control panels or occupancy sensors. If normal power is lost for any reason, the CEPC will force the connected emergency fixtures ON. The CEPC can be wired as either a control device along with a relay panel and occupancy sensor, or as a shunt to bypass line voltage devices when normal power fails. The CEPC-1-D is a universally compatible device that allows control of 4-wire emergency dimming loads. When normal power is lost, the CEPC-1-D will force the emergency fixtures to the full bright condition. Both CEPC models include a test switch feature for verifying proper functionality. In addition, the CEPC-1 model also provides an automatic test feature. Under normal operation, when the controlled load is turned OFF, the emergency lighting will remain ON an additional 2.5 seconds, providing safety and convenience while leaving the area and eliminating the need of special equipment to test the emergency control of the device.

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Length (in.) 3
Width (in.) 5
Height (in.) 3
Brand Name Cooper Lighting
Part Number CEPC-1
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