remote monitoring of Emergency lighting

automatic testing, monitoring and fault reporting of emergency lighting


A wireless node that can be built into Kellwood's automatic self-testing emergency lights. Emergency testing is scheduled to include monthly function tests (assessing battery discharge current), and an annual full 3 hour duration test (checking battery voltage and battery discharge current).

The status of all emergency lights in the wireless network is viewable on a desktop computer and any faults can be automatically emailed to management.

Compatible with products including:

  • Automatic Self-Testing - monthly and annual duration tests to meet your emergency lighting compliance obligations
  • Wireless Communication - no need for secondary communication wires
  • Status Reporting - tests are logged and any faults identified can be emailed to management, occupiers and/or maintenance teams
  • Scalable - add additional emergency fittings to the system at any time
  • Compatible - the wireless system can also be used for energy monitoring and control of general lighting
  • Radio Equipment Directive, RED 2014/53/EU
  • Luminaire Standard BS EN 60598
  • Emergency functionality in accordance with BS 5266

Performance Summary
Series CodeSee Compatible Products
Compliant StandardsBS 5266 (paired with self-test controls)
Input230VAC 50Hz permanent supply
Warranty5 Years (component)
Optic DistributionDesign FeaturesTypical ApplicationsGallery & Case StudiesRelated Products

WHAT's GREAT ABOUT remote monitoring of emergency lights?

  • Emergency light testing is automated and meets your compliance obligations
  • Receive email alerts to your computer or mobile phone when faults (e.g. from batteries, loss of mains power, and fitting failures) are automatically identified
  • Labour-intensive manual testing is a thing of the past. You no longer need to walk round site, recording the status of potentially hundreds of fittings
  • Wireless reporting - a simple "smart" solution that doesn't require secondary communication wiring
  • Digital records of reports are logged for future reference

Other parts that can be included in the wireless control system include:


Wireless nodes

Wireless Photocells

Tablet and Software

Wireless Scene Switches

Wireless Occupancy Sensors

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