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LED Low Location Lighting System


The LED Low Location Lighting system (Electrical Powered Low Location Lighting System) is designed for Escape Route Guidance. Its principle is the same as the Photoluminescent LLL system, but this product does not need a light source to glow, and its glow does not fade over time. Due to its great flexibility, the installation can be done, for example, on curved walls. We produce, sell and install Low Location Light systems in accordance to IMO RESOLUTION A.752(18) and ISO 15370:2021. The turnkey service includes: mapping, planning and professional installation services.

How does the LED LLL System work?

The LS LED Low Location Lighting (3L) System is a completely independent system consisting of LED control lines called in endless configuration, from LED signs that can be integrated into the system. A variety of aluminum profiles for all installation purposes and power supplies with or without battery backup capable of feeding more than 1,000 m of 3L LED strip and our LED Low Location Light system is compatible with the most common installed 3L systems.

Design of The Electrical Powered Low Location Lighting System

The design and different elements of a cruise ship e.g. including safety related systems and products are contributing as well to the overall design of the ship. Therefore we do offer various solutions regarding mounting options, different profile models, colour options, materials and integration possibilities for our electrical Low Location Lighting System.

CERTIFICATION AND APPROVALS

According to the regulations, ships carrying more than 36 passengers must have a low location lighting system installed.

  • The LED LLL System meets the environmental conditions and test procedures specified in the following publications:
  • IEC Pub. 598-2-22
  • Regulation on the performance of type tests of parts of electrical equipment
  • Type approval of instrumentation and automation equipment, DNV.
  • Type Approval System, Lloyds Register (LR)

LED LLL System: TECHNICAL DATA

LED Low Location Lighting System
  • Standard LED distance: 200 mm
  • “High brightness” LEDs with “true green” color (at least 540 mcd)
  • IP class: IP 67
  • Operating temperature: –15°C to +55°C
  • Lifetime: > 150,000 hours
  • Due to its high flexibility, the LED strip can follow up to 90° corners or tight curves without power outages

Inspection of the system

Our team will inspect, measure and report on your current exit routes and safety guidance system to ensure that they are fully compliant with regulations and requirements.

In the maritime industry, it is mandatory to renew the certificates of PL LLL systems every 5 years. This periodic measurement shall be in accordance with IMO / SOLAS regulations and certified by the classification societies. We provide DNV approved periodic measurements and re-approvals for your vessel, backlighting and electronic LLL systems.

Signwell is a DNV certified LLL inspector.

Download the catalogue here:  https://signwell.fi/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/IMO-Catalogue_2023-2024_-Signwell.pdf

IMPLEMANTATION OF THE LED LOW LOCATION LIGHTING SYSTEM

Signwell takes care of the entire process. Everything from planning to realisation of LED Low Location Lighting systems. Our team will do the engineering and layout and produce the LLL in our production facilities, in order for us to adequately realise your deliveries and projects. We produce the LLL system by appropriate quality requirements, to endure the environment and desired life span. Our professional installation team specialized in LED Low Location Lighting Systems, will take care of the implementation, and make sure that the 3L System is installed correctly. Are you in need of a new system or in need for replacement of your old LED Low Location Lighting System? Or just curious to know more about our LED Low Location Lighting Systems? Contact our team today for a quote: sales@signwell.fi

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