What is Link?
The LINK is a patent pending device that when factory installed in a Stanpro fixture converts the luminaire into an emergency lighting remote fixture.
When choosing the LINK option you can blend your general lighting design and incorporate your emergency lighting into one clean architectural space.
INVESTING IN YOUR EMERGENCY LIGHTING CAN BE DONE WITH STYLE AND EASE
Available for every application. By Investing in a CSA C22.2 141-15 approved LINK normally ON remote luminaire you are ensuring to install an emergency lighting system that provides safe, reliable and aesthetic emergency lighting, ensuring public safety when needed.
The Benefits of Link
The obtrusive emergency remote heads used in a traditional layout are no longer needed. The LINK module installed in each selected fixtures will provide superior light uniformity than the traditional emergency lights, enhancing security. One point of maintenance needed, as all the LINK module within the fixtures can be connected to a single battery unit.
- LINK is compatible with Auto-Test and Self-Diagnostics
- LINK can be connected to the same Stanpro battery unit used for remotes and signs
- LINK is a certified emergency component
- LINK with selected Stanpro luminaires is certified to CSA C22.2 #141-15
LINK COMPATIBLE PRODUCTS
FLUO LED 120 VDesigned for 120 V applications,
L3CTGThe L3CTG is available in
L3MBASpecification grade low profile construction
TLLThe TLL is a newly
YDD-L GEN. 2The YDD-L is an energy
DOME – RDSOur 4″ LED recessed downlight
DOME – RDMOur 6″ LED recessed downlight
Kolika – L3KOUThe Kolika GEN2 is a
Kolika – L2KOUThe Kolika GEN2 is a
Kolika – L1KOUThe Kolika GEN2 is a
EASY OUT – SLG-2LThe commercial SLG-2L features a
EDGE – L1DIPThe EDGE is a light
CDL-LThe CDL-L Hazardous Location LED
CDF-LThe CDF-L Hazardous Location LED
CDA-LThe CDA-L Hazardous Location LED
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the temperature rating of the Link?
When we add the Link into a luminaire, CSA certification is accepted for that luminaire’s temperature rating. Therefore, if a VT4 is -40 to +40C, when we add the Link and it’s certified by CSA, that temperature rating remains -40 to +40C
When would you recommend a 12V and a 24V battery. What are the advantages of one over the other if there is no voltage drop?
The deciding factor would be the rest of the building needs, as you can use the same battery for LINK fixtures, signs, and remotes. As discussed, there is technically a voltage drop, which is offset by the unit consuming a bit more (11W may become 11.5W)
Are we making more fixtures Link compatible?
New products are coming this year. If there’s any interest into products that aren’t offered with Link yet, contact your sales rep.
How do I install units with 2 Link?
Whether it’s a unit with 1 Link or 2 Link, the installation for a contractor is the same
Can I add LINK to any fixture?
LINK is not sold separately, nor is it available for other manufacturers. LINK is installed in Stanpro fixture and the resulting product has been tested to CSA C22.2 No. 250.13-17 (LED luminaire) as well as CSA C22.2 No. 141-15 (emergency) & ICES-005
Can’t I just use an inverter?
Inverters cost much more than LINK enabled Stanpro luminaires. Depending on the size of the job (wattage capacity) and space, one solution may be more advantageous over the other
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