Product Selection Guide Page 173 Product Selection Guide-11th Edition

PRODUCT INFORMATION 173 PSG11 OPTION AND WIRING GUIDE www.peerlesslighting.com PEERLESS 173 OPTION AND WIRING GUIDE PEERLESS Switching Options SCT Single circuit. All lamps are wired to a single circuit. DCT Dual circuit. Two light levels are achieved by switching separate rows of lamps in the same fixture on two independently switched circuits. Dual circuit fixtures share a common neutral. For fixtures or runs with two lamps in the cross section, the standard circuiting is that one side is wired to circuit A and the other side is wired to a circuit B. The default for a fixture with three lamps (or more) in the cross section is that the row of lamps on the outside is wired to a switched circuit A and the lamps located in the middle are wired to a switched circuit B. ALC Alternating lamp circuits. Lamps in the same cross section are wired to one circuit and the next cross section is wired to the second circuit. These two circuits alternate across the fixture row. Alternating lamp circuits share a common neutral. 4'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" Two Lamps in Cross Section A B A B A B A B A B Single Lamp in Cross Section 4'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" A B A B 4'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" Three Lamps in Cross Section A B A B A B A B A B A B Single Lamp in Cross Section 4'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" EC Two Lamps in Cross Section 4'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" EC Three Lamps in Cross Section 4'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" EC Emergency Lighting Options Number of Emergency Modules 1SE 1 section. One 4FT module per run will have an emergency lighting option. 2SE 2 sections. Two 4FT modules per run. The standard maximum number of 4FT modules is one per 4-, 8- or 12-foot fixture section. Emergency Type EL Emergency battery pack. In the event of a power failure, the battery pack will supply emergency power. Each battery pack will be connected to one lamp unless otherwise specified. EC Emergency circuit or night-light circuit. When used as an emergency circuit, separate circuit wiring is provided for an alternate building power source (generator, uninterruptable power supply, etc.). When used as a night-light circuit, separate circuit wiring is provided for an unswitched circuit so that designated lamps will always remain on. Each emergency or night-light circuit will be connected to a single lamp when only one lamp is in the cross section. When two or more lamps are in the cross section, the two outermost lamps will be connected to the circuit. Single Lamp in Cross Section 4'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" EL Two Lamps in Cross Section 4'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" EL Three Lamps in Cross Section 4'-0" 8'-0" 12'-0" EL Key Power Feed and Support Location Support Location Emergency Power Feed and Support Location Power Feed, Emergency Power Feed and Support

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