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ICEL Technical Statements

ICEL Technical Statements

ICEL Technical Statements provide detailed information on emergency lighting related subjects or detailed guidance on specific issues for members and the public.

ICEL TS14

Can Lithium-ion batteries be used in Self-contained Emergency Luminaires?

 

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ICEL TS13

Guidance document on the re-engineering of fluorescent emergency luminaires with LED lamps

 

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ICEL TS12

CENTRAL POWER SUPPLY (CPS)
Emergency lighting application and selection guide

 

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ICEL TS11

BATTERIES IN EMERGENCY LIGHTING
Guidance for classification of Batteries

 

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ICEL TS10

Recommended consultation between the duty holders, Project manager and the Emergency Lighting system engineers as per BS 5266-1: 2016

 

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ICEL TS09

Fire Risk Assessments

 

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ICEL TS08

Legislative requirements for emergency lighting

 

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ICEL TS06

Conversions of mains lighting luminaires using kits in “socks”

 

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ICEL TS05

LED Emergency Luminaire Test Switch Circuits

 

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ICEL TS04

Could The Selection Of ‘Equal And Approved’ Equipment Risk Lives?

 

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ICEL TS03

EMERGENCY EXIT SIGNS

 

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ICEL TS02

High Frequency Ballasts and their use with Emergency Conversion Modules in Self-Contained Maintained Emergency Luminaires

 

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ICEL TS01

Amalgam Fluorescent Lamps in Emergency Lighting Applications

 

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