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    Bodine - Emergency Lighting

    Emergency lighting for international applications


    Bodine offers emergency lighting products suitable for use with international voltages 220V-240V, as well as a selection of NOM certified models for Mexico.

    NOM certified products


    Bodine products for Mexico meet or exceed Official Mexican Standards (NOM, Normas Oficiales Mexicanas).
     
    The government of Mexico requires NOM certification for electrical products. Bodine is happy to comply with these standards. If you have any questions, please call the factory at 800-223-5728.
    • B50

      B50

      Emergency lighting equipment

    • B60

      B60

      For damp locations; Two-lamp emergency illumination; End-of-lamp-life compatible

    • B90

      B90

      For damp locations; One-lamp emergency illumination; End-of-lamp-life compatible

    • B100

      B100

      For damp locations; Convenient code compliance; End-of-lamp-life compatible

    • LP550

      LP550

      Low-profile for standard and high-output T5 and T8 lamps; End-of-lamp-life compatible

    • LP600

      LP600

      Specification-grade, high-lumen, low-profile emergency ballast for standard and high-output T5 and T8 lamps; End-of-lamp-life compatible

    International products


    Bodine’s universal input (120 through 277 VDC) emergency lighting products, including emergency LED drivers and fluorescent emergency ballasts, give the Bodine line greater international appeal than ever before. With 120V – 277V, the line offers flexibility and suitability for applications requiring 220V – 240V. 
     
    Note that these units are UL approved only and are designed to operate for 90 minutes in emergency mode. We do not offer CE certified units, nor do we offer one-hour or three-hour runtime options.

     

    The list below is a sampling of universal input Bodine products. More products can be found here. Please view the individual product specification sheets to determine input voltage information, as not all Bodine products are universal input models. 
    • B50

      B50

      Emergency lighting equipment

    • B50ST

      B50ST

      Automatic code-compliant testing; For damp locations; One- or two-lamp emergency illumination; Universal input voltage; End-of-lamp-life compatible

    • B54U

      B54U

      Four-hour emergency illumination; Universal input: 120 through 277 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz

    • B94CGU

      B94CGU

      Universal input voltage; One-lamp emergency illumination for 4-pin fluorescent lamps (without integral starter); Suitable for low mercury lamps

    • BDL60U

      BDL60U

      One- or two-lamp emergency; Universal input voltage: 120 through 277 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz;

    • BHD65U

      BHD65U

      One- or two-lamp emergency illumination for hazardous location fixtures; Universal input voltage: 120 through 277 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz

    • BHD94GU

      BHD94GU

      Universal input voltage; One-lamp emergency illumination for 4-pin fluorescent lamps (without integral starter); Suitable for low mercury lamps in hazardous locations

    • BSL722

      BSL722

      Up to 23.1 W emergency illumination with LEDs

    • BSL722 Cold

      BSL722 Cold

      Up to 23.1 W emergency illumination with LEDs

    • CF94GU

      CF94GU

      Open circuit design; One lamp emergency illumination for 4-pin fluorescent lamps (without integral starter); End-of-lamp-life compatible;

    • GTD20A

      GTD20A

      For generator or central inverter supplied lighting

    • LP600STU

      LP600STU

      Specification grade; High lumen, low profile; For standard and high output T5/T8; Automatic code-compliant testing

    Contact information

    Mexico

     

    Derek John Grepe Stockdale - OEM Sales Manager Mexico

    derek.grepe@signify.com

     

    Avenida La Palma No. 6, 

    San Fernando La Herradura, Huixquilucan,

    52784, Estado de México, México

    Latin America

     

    Christian Sauza - OEM Sales Manager 

    christian.sauza@signify.com
     

    Calle 93 # 11a-11 7th Floor

    Bogotá – Colombia