PowerWAVE EL300DSP Series
High performance, transformerless, three phase input and output static inverter with a choice of models providing power from 10kVA to 160kVA. Ideal for battery powered emergency lighting and power supply across retail, medical and industrial applications, using the latest advanced Digital Signal Processor (DSP) technology . Simple installation with low running costs and minimal maintenance.
Transformerless emergency power supply for higher power, three-phase loads. Wide range of standard ratings available with intelligent monitoring to prolong battery life. Manufactured using the latest advanced Digital Signal Processor (DSP) technology producing microprocessor controlled pure sinewave output to critical emergency lighting loads.
Capable of 120% continuous overload with thyristor controlled bridge circuitry to prevent overloading on marginally rated mains supplies. Industry-leading “Soft Start” technology for high reliability.
13 models available
13 models in the EL300 series provide flexibility for different applications. Input frequency of 50Hz +/- 5% and up to 30 12V battery blocks for a reliable emergency back up electrical supply during power failures.
Innovative battery monitoring
Battery life is prolonged with automatic battery tests once a week coupled with intelligent monitoring to ensure battery power is fast and reliable during emergencies. Batteries can be recharged by up to 80% in 12 hours.
Front LCD display
Compact, self-contained models with LCD display panel providing accurate detailed information about load, batteries and inverter with advanced diagnostics and monitoring.
Kitemark certified to BS EN 50171:2001, BS EN-50272-2:2001
Auditable documents for compliance to BS 5266 part 1 2016
For compliance under the regulatory reform fire safety order, BS 5266 part 1 2016 auditable documents should be completed for all sites. To simplify this process we have created an editable PDF version of this form which can be downloaded in the link below. For support in completion please contact us directly. Our emergency lighting business development manager, Ian Watts, will be happy to assist.