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Hi. Can someone let me know if this is right? I have a Led light which has emergency battery backup. Trying to figure out if what I have worked out is right.

Top A in the picture goes to the EM Basic Emergency module which has Lin written on it which says is switched line in the manual.

Blue wire (N) goes to Neutral on Ballast and on the Emergency Module

Bottom A in picture goes to EM Basic Emergency module that says L which says it is Unswitched Line in the manual

So at the moment I think I have worked out that the top A should be Positive to a power cord

E on the board should be connected to Earth on the power coard.

and the Bottom A / L Should be Negative.

Can someone confirm this is right? Just haven't had to deal with both AC and DC in lights before. Thanks.
 
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Is this the correct wiring for battery backup lights?

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I don’t think the A and A’ are anything to do with the dc side. They will be the switched and unswitched lines.

the + and - , red and black are marked as batt +ve and -ve Should go to the battery.
 

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