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Introducing the new BSL4L emergency LED driver
The cost-effective solution for linear fixtures


The Philips Bodine 4W BSL4L emergency LED driver offers a cost-effective, high-quality code-compliant* emergency lighting solution for space-limited linear fixtures. In addition, the BSL4L includes proprietary charging technology designed for low energy consumption and poke-in wiring connections to help simplify installation.

*NFPA® 101 Life Safety Code®
BSL4L Emergency LED Driver

The emergency driver is UL Listed for factory or field installation in the U.S. and Canada. It allows the same LED luminaire to be used for normal and emergency operation. The BSL4L works in conjunction with a Class 2 AC LED driver that has an output current not to exceed 3.0A and provides emergency mode output of up to 520 lumens.* The BSL4L consists of a high-temperature nickel-cadmium battery, proprietary charging technology and electronic circuitry in one case. It can deliver up to 4W to an LED load (15 -54 VDC) for a minimum of 90 minutes. If used in an emergency-only fixture, no AC driver is necessary. The BSL4L is suitable for indoor and damp locations and also for installation in sealed and gasketed fixtures, including fixtures rated for wet locations. For more information about specific LED and AC driver compatibility, please call the factory.

*Based on a min efficacy of 130 lumens/watt of load power.

Product Highlights
• Cost-effective, code-compliant emergency lighting solution, ideal for price-sensitive applications (Compare to the cost-effective Philips Bodine B100 fluorescent emergency ballast.)
• Proprietary charging technology designed for low energy consumption
• Meets Title 20 CEC (California Energy Commission) efficiency standards
• Class 2 output (UL1310 certified)
• Poke-in wiring connections for simplified installation
• Dimensions: Enclosure - 424 mm x 30 mm x 25 mm
• RoHS compliant



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