TAMPA, FL, (September 16, 2019) – Hatch Lighting expands its popular ELP Emergency Driver line to offer even more flexibility and energy efficiency to OEMs and distributors.
In March of this year Hatch introduced a single-piece emergency driver featuring new LiFePO4 battery technology. These CEC Title 20 compliant drivers have a wider output voltage range than their previous emergency drivers and reinforced Hatch’s dedication to energy efficiency.
Now, Hatch has released the same technology in a dual piece design in order to give manufacturers and installers flexible options for installation. Like the original design, these emergency drivers employ a smart charger for fast, damage-free charging of the batteries.
All LED emergency drivers in the Hatch line include a test switch with integrated charge indicator and are UL Listed for field or factory installation along with having Class 2 US rated outputs.
Hatch Emergency Drivers can be used in a wide variety of applications. For fixtures with LED light sources including troffers with UL Type C LED tubes, the driver can power the existing light source.
For non-LED fixtures and troffers that use UL Type A or Type B LED tubes, Hatch Emergency Drivers can be used in combination with the new emergency LED modules to provide an emergency lighting soultion on a non-LED fixture.
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.
For more information visit www.hatchlighting.com/led-emergency-drivers or contact Hatch at email@example.com or 813.288.8006