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Convert 110v LED Site lamps to use on 240v plugs

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by Welshopen, 9 Aug 2019.

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    First two pictures show a switched mode power supply which will work as happy at 110 as 230 volt, not sure what other picture shows, seems to be a battery pack, so it would seem all you need to do is swap the plug.

    However your the man on site and I am sure you can read just as well as me.
     
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    https://imgur.com/4cuiM6K
    I read it that the input can take 240V.

    It looks to me that the second image shows an emergency module that charges the batteries up, i guess to provide lights in event of no power.
     
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    Although third image shows a battery, it also seems to show the connector block with just line earth neutral, standard for non maintained so it needs to be charged for 24 hours and will then come on with a power cut.

    Maintained has a forth connection SL so it is used like a normal lamp, but comes on with power failure.

    There are lamps which run 24/7 but I suspect the one you have will only work when power removed?
     
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