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March 25, 2019

New Energy Efficient Emergency Drivers

7W, 10W, 14W Emergency Driver with LiFePO4 battery

The new UL Listed (field or factory installable) ELP07, ELP10, and ELP14 emergency drivers from Hatch Lighting use the latest technology to improve efficiency and meet the California Energy Commission’s Title 20 requirements.

These new emergency drivers come in 7W, 10W, and 14W so they can work with a variety of lighting systems.  The wide output voltage range of 20-60VDC allows for a high level of flexibility regarding LED load combinations.

The most significant development in these new ELP emergency drivers is the use of LiFePO4 batteries.  The shift to LiFePO4 batteries shows Hatch Lighting’s dedication to energy efficiency and customer satisfaction. The charge circuit in the new ELP 07,10, and 14 emergency drivers reduces standby power consumption to less than 0.5W which meets the stringent requirements of California Energy Commission’s Title 20.

Each emergency driver in the Hatch line is Class 2 and includes a test switch with integrated charge indicator. They will operate a fixture in emergency mode for a minimum of 90 minutes and come with a 5 year warranty.

For complete details and specifications visit:

https://hatchlighting.com/drivers/emergency

About Hatch Lighting

Hatch Lighting has been a pioneer in lighting power supply technology for over 34 years. As lighting technology has evolved from incandescent to LED, Hatch has been there to solve the unique problems presented by each type of system. An extensive network of distributors and professional account managers paired with expert technical support and customer service makes Hatch a leader in providing innovative solutions to all of its customers.

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813.288.8006

These new emergency drivers come in 7W, 10W, and 14W so they can work with a variety of lighting systems. The wide output voltage range of 20-60VDC allows for a high level of flexibility regarding LED load combinations.

March 25, 2019