Monitoring system for up to 125 self-contained luminaires.

With the MULTIDIGIT touch system, it is possible to constantly monitor self-contained emergency luminaires from a central location. The emergency luminaires report their current status via the integrated touchscreen or LAN network to a PC with a web browser, which takes over the evaluation and control of the entire system. An immediate and clear overview of the entire system can thus be provided and used for determining the operational readiness of the emergency lighting system. No special software is required.

125 self-contained emergency luminaires can be installed according to the circuit diagram. When used in conjunction with signal amplifiers, the MULTIDIGIT touch system can monitor up to 15,625 luminaires. Up to 125 signal amplifiers can be used. The bus line does not need to comply with any particular requirements; its structure can be T-shaped, star-shaped, linear or even mixed. 2-wire bus line polarity needs not to be considered.

Monitoring system for RZB self-contained luminaires with .04 coding


  • Monitoring system for up to 125 self-contained luminaires.
  • Visualization via Ethernet interface with integrated web server.
  • Commissioning and status query via integrated touchscreen or via PC with web browser.
  • Automatic luminaire search for the commissioning.
  • Automatic email dispatch at status changes.
  • Password protection.
  • Formation of groups.
  • Planning of test times.
  • Integration of building plans.
  • Display of the luminaire location in plain text.
  • Evacuation mode via external switching contact switchable.
  • Automatic generation of detailed test record.
  • Additional alarm contact for forwarding of faults.
  • Can be expanded to up 15,000 luminaires via signal amplifier, these luminaires can be monitored.

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