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Adaptive Evacuation - Building evacuation system control unit

Adaptive Evacuation Control Unit for wall mounting with integrated battery-supported power supply or for assembly in ZB-S/18-AE units using loop technique for controlling addressable adaptive exit sign luminaires with 230V / 216V AC/DC technology for safety lighting systems acc. to DIN VDE 0100-560, DIN EN 50172 and V DIN V VDE 0108-100.

With automatic testing device and monitoring of loop bus communication and individual display of condition and name of loop BUS connection per GuideLed DXC luminaire.

Adaptive Evacuation - Building evacuation system control unit
AE-CU technology
Active response to ever-changing dangerous situations
Decentral configuration
Control up to 240 GuiedeLed DXC exit signs
Self-addressing
Simplified installation and commissioning of GuideLed DX/DXC exit sign

Features

  • Escape routing adapt continuously to the risk- AE-CU for the adaptive control of up to 240 GuideLed DXC luminaires
  • Four short circuit and open circuit resistant loop lines each with 60 GuideLED DXC luminaires
  • Two scenarios freely programmable for building evacuation, factory provided integrated
  • More than two scenarios on request
  • A maximum of six ZB-S/US-S systems can be connected per AE-CU. More than six ZB-S systems on request
  • Automatic software address-setting of all GuideLed DXC luminaires for scenario control

From static to adaptive escape routing

Building upon decades of expertise in the delivery of life safety systems, and particularly emergency lighting technologies, Eaton’s Adaptive Evacuation System enables faster, safer and more agile evacuations, particularly when deployed alongside a public address/voice alarm solution that provides additional guidance.

When installed, the system is programmed with a range of potential exit routes. Based on information from CCTV, fire detection and other devices that pinpoint the nature and location of a hazard, it can select the safest and fastest route for occupants and an appointed system operator within the building is given the opportunity to accept or reject this recommendation, so that occupants can be directed accordingly.

Unlike ‘active’ and ‘dynamic’ systems, Eaton’s technology is fully adaptable and its instructions can be modified in real-time. It has been extensively tested and conforms with current regulatory requirements, although the technology is so new that standards are still to be fully defined.

Static escape route guidance

Exit sign luminaires designate the escape route out of the building always in the same direction, independently of a dangerous situation.

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Dynamic escape route guidance

Exit sign luminaires block unsafe escape routes in evacuation situations, thereby guiding those fleeing out of the building via the safe escape routes.

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Adaptive escape route guidance

Exit sign luminaires block unsafe escape routes and release these as soon as they become safe again. This enables dynamic hazard situations (e.g in case of fire or attacks) to be flexibly responded to.

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Meet the innovative GuideLed Adaptive Evacuation exit sign luminaire

The GuideLed DXC LED exit sign luminaire is in keeping with German / European standards EN 60598-1, DIN EN 60598-2-22, DIN 4844-1 and DIN EN 1838 with additional function for displaying a red ‘X’ to signify an area as closed or blocked.

Special LED converter with integrated monitoring module for single luminaire monitoring with 20-digit address switches and integrated bus interface for direct connection to Eaton’s Adaptive Evacuation system with the use of the EATON AE-CU via a dataline.

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Safer evacuation with no additional cabling

Due to separate cable routing of the 230V end circuits and 24V loop bus line to the adaptive GuideLed DXC exit sign luminaires, the hybrid operation of static and adaptive exit sign luminaires and the integration of escape luminaires and luminaires for general lighting is possible in the same circuit.

Short circuit and open circuit resistant loop bus technology

The Adaptive Evacuation control panel features short circuit and open circuit resistant loop bus technology. This means no E30 cable routing of the loop bus line is required because these are fail-safe with the first fault case.

Two ways to install Adaptive Evacuation system

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AE-CU-E installation variant

Adaptive Evacuation Control Unit for assembly in ZB-S/18-AE units using loop technique for controlling addressable adaptive exit sign luminaires with 230V / 216V AC/DC technology for safety lighting systems acc. to DIN VDE 0100-560, DIN EN 50172 and V DIN V VDE 0108-100.
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AE-CU-W wall housing

Adaptive Evacuation Control Unit for wall mounting with integrated battery-supported power supply using loop technique for controlling addressable adaptive exit sign luminaires with 230V / 216V AC/DC technology for safety lighting systems acc. to DIN VDE 0100-560, DIN EN 50172 and V DIN V VDE 0108-100.

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