A UK-based SME has developed a universal LED emergency battery back-up unit compatible with any LED luminaires and panels with an external driver and can be used with different wattages from 3 to 80w and 42v DC. It is simple to install, compact, universal and patent pending. The SME is looking to partner with distributors and/or agents with experience of the lighting sector to help it to launch this product into new markets under a distribution services agreement or commercial agency agreement.
A UK SME has developed a unique patent pending emergency lighting solution, a universal battery back-up unit. This battery backup unit can be attached to any Light Emitting Diode (LED) panel, downlight or luminaire with an external driver and turn it into an emergency fitting. Emergency lighting is a legal requirement in most countries with 20-30% of all LED lighting in commercial buildings having to be emergency lighting. It is essential therefore that this lighting is functioning in any situation. The SME is looking to offer their universal emergency battery backup unit to new markets and are seeking distributors and agents in order to achieve this. These distributors or agents should have experience of emergency lighting regulations and the range of products in this market space. It is envisaged that this partnership will take the form of a distribution services agreement or a commercial agency agreement.
Innovations and advantages
The Emergency Battery Backup Unit has the following advantages: • Compact – a third of the size and weight of conventional batteries • Easy to install – reduces installation time to less than 2 minutes compared to 15 minutes traditional batteries. • Easy to service • Universal – no need for different batteries for different wattages
Market application codes
03008004 Other electronics related (including alarm systems)
Type of partner sought
The UK-based SME is looking to partner with distributors in order to offer its universal emergency battery back-up pack to new markets. They are looking for partners with experience of the lighting sector and especially with regarding to Light Emitting Diode (LED) and emergency lighting and the regulations associated with this area. It is envisaged that the partnership will take the form of a distribution services agreement or a commercial agency agreement.