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BSL310HAZSB emergency LED driver
For Class l, Division 2 applications, features separate battery design


The new Philips Bodine BSL310HAZSB universal input emergency LED driver offers emergency lighting for hazardous location luminaires. It works in conjunction with an AC LED driver that has an output current not to exceed 3.0A. The emergency LED driver provides 90 minutes of emergency lighting in the event of a failure of normal power and can deliver up to 10.4W to an LED load.

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The BSL310HAZSB is UL Component Recognized (U.S. and Canada) for factory installation only and is suitable for use in Class I, Division 2 type fixtures. It is also suitable for indoor and damp locations and for sealed & gasketed fixtures, including fixtures rated for wet locations. Fixtures should be tested by the fixture manufacturer in accordance with the standards pertaining to Class I, Division 2 applications.

The emergency driver’s small size (electronics: 6.2” x 2.2” x 1.2”) and separate battery design help provide installation flexibility. BSL310HAZSB meets CEC (California Energy Commission) Title 20 efficiency standards.

• For hazardous location luminaires (Class l, Division 2)
• Meets CEC Title 20 efficiency standards
• Separate battery design
• Operates an LED load of up to 10.4W at nominal battery voltage for a minimum of 90 minutes in emergency mode
• Class 2 output
• Electronics: 6.2” x 2.2” x 1.2”; Battery: 9.0” x 2.2” x 1.2”
• UL Recognized for the U.S. and Canada



Contact factory for BSL310HAZSB instructions






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