Smart System

Smart emergency lighting

Ecolight offers a unique emergency lighting system. It can guarantee operation 100% and optimise equipment maintenance to the max.

Meeting standards was never this easy

Having the peace-of-mind that equipment performs just like it did on the first day, that maintenance is properly performed,, and that as such, the installation of safety lighting meets standards, is possible thanks to the smart NormaLux system.

The system that adapts to your installation

We know that not all emergency lighting installations are the same. This is why we offer two smart system versions:

Self-test version

For small and/or easy-to-access emergency lighting installations. The lights emit an anomaly alert through the charging LED (light source, battery, autonomy...). Additionally, independently and periodically, the equipment runs a series of verifications to guarantee operation (functional test and autonomy test).

Automatic version (centralised self-test)

This is for installations of a certain size or where the equipment is hard to access, and/or with more demanding control requirements. Its operation is similar to the self-test version. Unlike the aforementioned, the entire emergency lighting installation may be locally or remotely centralised.


Meeting your installation’s needs

Surface installation, to build into a ceiling or wall, to install outside, for explosive atmospheres...we offer you the largest catalogue of emergency lights compatible with the smart system.
Independent equipment, powered through a central source (C24 system), signalling lighting, beaconing... All together!


The most universal centralisation

Use security lighting on your project. With no holdbacks, the system adapts to your requirements.


With the automatic version of the emergency lights, they are natively designed to be compatible with DALI or BUSing. NormaLux offers different solutions for light control using these two protocols. With gangways, they may be easily integrated into KNX networks, BACnet/IP or SCADA screens. Additionally, NormaLux offers support for wiring control from mobile devices compatible with iOS and Android.

Wireless technology

Extraordinarily, the lights compatible with BUSing may use wireless technology for communication. Install the emergency lights as if they were conventional equipment (just the power supply cable) and control them with no need for an additional communication cable. Trustworthy and simple. NormaLux philosophy.

CN-B Plus

CN-B Plus control bank


Touch-screen device (4”) to control emergency lights, battery banks and technical lighting.


Able to control up to 62,500 emergency lights and/or C24 battery banks compatible with the BUsing* protocol. It can also manage up to 16,000 DALI* pieces of  equipment.


Uses WiFi technology to integrate the bank into a local network and remotely control the installation.


Includes a web server for remote control and access by means of a computer, smartphone or tablet.




Block screen with a password.

Pantalla resumen

Summary screen with the following information:

  • Number of pieces of equipment connected.
  • Number of breakdowns.
  • Number of pieces of equipment per breakdown type (lamp, battery, autonomy or communication).

Display of the emergency lights’ operational mode with a colour code:

  • Green: The equipment is operating correctly.
  • Red: The emergency light has a breakdown.
  • Orange: A test is being performed on the equipment.
  • Yellow: There was a failure in electric supply and the light is in emergency mode.

Possibility of executing and/or programming a test individually (per piece of equipment) or globally (all connected emergency lights):

  • Weekly or operational test.
  • Annual or autonomy test.

  • Record of everything happening in the installation. Possibility of consulting said record on the screen itself or from a computer, remotely accessing from the browser.
  • Remote control to turn on/turn off each light.
  • Permanent control (for permanent equipment).
  • Permanent dimming.
  • Scene creation and management.
  • Alert management by email.
  • Dimensions: 340 x 330 x 90 mm.
  • Includes a battery to avoid communication loss in the event of electrical supply failure.
  • Controls input/output modules.

  • Communication with BACnet/IP.
  • Compatibility with SCADA.
  • DIN rail to attach network equipment inside.

* Requires the use of network equipment.