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Holophane Emergency H.E.L.P. Power Station Series Brochure 1971

Holophane Emergency H.E.L.P. Power Station Series Brochure 1971

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Published by Alan Masters
1971 Brochure for the Holophane Emergency Power Station back up system for emergency lighting.
1971 Brochure for the Holophane Emergency Power Station back up system for emergency lighting.

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Published by: Alan Masters on Apr 20, 2013
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6
u3
:
H
lnstantaneousemergency
AG
power"
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@
E
5
Battery-supplied
120
or
277
volt.Solid-state reliability.
i:
Compact
and
convenient.
t
 
Power
Station
is
available
in
any
multiple
ofz00watts
AC.
To
provide
the
exact
amount
of
emergency
power
needed.
Blackouls.
Urou'routs.
Sai)otage.
Storm-clamagcd
powerlines.
In
builcl-
ing
cimrit
intcrluplions.
These
and
rclzrtcdproblems
meirn
that
evcry
publicand
private
l)uilding
needs stand
by
emergcncy
porr,ettoday.
TheH.E.L.P.
PowER
S1ATION
iS
the
best
$'ay to
rcstorepower
to
light-ing, alarm
systems,ekrctronic
cqLlil)
ment and controldcviccs. ldslantll'.
Reliabll'.
Here
arejustsomc
oI
its app]ications.
200
wattsol emergency
power
lor
lights
and
alarm systems.
The
most
ba.sic
need
for
cmergcncy
power
is to
provide
salet-v
during
a
blackout.
A
20{l$,att Pou'EIt
ST,\Tft)N
u.ill
keep cmcrgcncy
lights
0n
in
schools,
factorics
and other
publicbuildings,
permitting
them to
bcsai:ly
vacated.
It
will
keep
dam
sysLcm,s
operabie,
too.
Mosttldes
dealing
$'lth fire
alarms
rcquire lhat
lheyprovide
protection
lor
a
minimum
of24
hours
a{tcr
a
lxxl'cr
failure.
A
2ulwati
PowER
STATnN
wilL,
forthis
period,
provide
10
watts
ofsupervision
and
thenprovide
200
rvattsfor
continuoussounding
o1
alarm bcllsor sirens
for
a
full
hour.
600
wattsol emergencypowerfor
a
small
retailer.
One
600
watt
Pou,Dtt
ST,\TI0N
can
meanbusiness
a-s
usual
Ior
a
drug
slore,clothing
store or
crther
retailer.
Itcan
kecp store
Iights
on,
preventing
panic
when lhe store
is
crourlerl.
It
rlan
keepcashregisters opcrating.
Andsince
the
ljghts
and CCTV survcil'lance
camcras-sLav
on,
"blackout
shoplifting'is
held
in
check.
.1000
wattsolemergency
powerfor
a
50-employeeollice.
A
blackoul
usetl
lo bring allbusjnessactif
ily
to
a
halt. This
meant.
delaycd
sales
and
plodu,:tion,
aml
hundrcds oI
\\.:Lste(l
man-hollrs,
No
krngor.
I\)u,ER
STATIoN
can
kecp
lhe
swilchiroard
open,
the
emer-eency
lights
1it
ancl
evcn
somc
elcct|ic
type\."'r'iters
and
othcr
machinc-s
going.
3600 watts of
emergency
power (three
120o-watt
sta-
tions) for
a
bus
terminal.
A Po\\'IiR
S1-xrftlN
in each
u'ing oi
a
husterminalcanprcvcnttic-upsduring
a
powel
interruption.
And
if only
onearea is
subject
to
zrn
inten1lption, only
one P0\\,LR
STUoN
is
calLed
inlo
action.
Shoukl
a
blackout
ocurrduring
night
horrrs.
PowER
STAT()N
ir-ssures
suffi
(icnL
Light
for arrivals
and
departurcs,
or lor
orderly
evacuation
ol
thc
Lerminal.
lnstantaneous
add-on
powerlor
crilicalareas
ol
a
hospital.
Timc
lag
can
be
a
lite
and-cleath
mat'ler
when
a
po\\'er
failllrc
hits
a
hospilal.
NIan)'
are.Ls
cannot
aflolrl
Lo
wail lor
?
seconds
or
so
lor
thLr
moLor
generator
to
comc
on.
Or lhe
even longer
waituntil it
picks
up
its
full
load.
P0\\'ER STATnNprovides
instan'
taneous
power
to
operating
roonllights, heart/lung
machines and
other
lilc-srstainiig
equipment.
It
alsopro-
vides coutinuous opemtion
oi
paging
and
conmunications
s-vstems, OCTV
camem.s
trainqlon
intensive
careareas.
et(.
Branch
protection
for
criticalproduction
areas
in
a
factory.The fact
that
P{)\YEIi
STATION
is
irlsL:lnlancolls
can
meal1
savings
of
lhousands
r-,1
clollars
to
industry.
Ultra
high-speed
processes
can
suffer
costly krssof
ploductionduring
evcn a
momentary
por',,e1
failure.
The
suddr)n
internlption
oi
thr:
curront
that
prxvcrs
conLrol instrumentalioncan
havc
rlisastrous
rcsulls.
Pou'ER
STATION can
preventthis.
In
addition, strategically
located
PowDIt
StAtI0\s
can
act
ugrn
branch
lailures
thit
a
central
emergency
sys
tenr wouldn't detecl.
And
its
load
nretercan even
senseloacl
Jailures
"clorvnstr-o:rm
'
on
its
r)utput sidc.
NOTI!:
AlLhough
P0WER
SIATIoNoperalesjn
an economical
square wavemodc.
il
alirrds
salislactory
pcrform-
ance
lor
mosl
equipment
lexcept
forcedain synchlonous motors)
designedIor sine
nave
voltages.
 
()
2O0
watts of
emergencypower
lor
lights
and
alarmsystems.
1000
watts of
emergencypower
tor
a
50-employee
otf
ice.
lnstantaneous
add-on
power
for
critical
areas
ot
a
hospital.
600watts
ol emergencypower
tor
a
small
retailer.
3600 wattsol
emergencypower(three120o-wattstations)
for
a
bus
terminal.
Branch
protection
tor
critical
production
areas
in
a
lactory.

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