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According to NFPA 101 and UL guidelines, buildings across the United States must allow 90 minutes to vacate after a power failure occurs. Emergency lights and exit signs are designed to provide a minimum 90 minutes of emergency illumination.
But there are some facilities that require a much longer emergency runtime, including student dormitories where tenants could potentially be asleep during an emergency. The time it takes to search each apartment room-by-room can sometimes take far longer than 90 minutes.
24 hour emergency lights come standard with:
Twenty four hour emergency lights are ideal for the following businesses:
24 hour emergency lights have a 20-gauge steel housing, powder coated with a baked enamel finish to prevent corrosion from moisture. Standard finish is white but you may order almost any primary color you need. Call for availability.
24 hour steel emergency lights provide a degree of protection from exterior damage and weather which might harm the unit's internal circuitry. There are even all-weather NEMA 4x models available for locations exposed to inclement weather.
When ordering you can specify higher or lower voltage models to fit your needs. These voltages can still be changed afterwards by performing a quick swap-out the lamps and circuitry.
Dual fully-directional Par36 style, 9-watt lamp heads are made of high impact thermoplastic. They may be side or top mounted so please choose your preferred style when ordering.
24 hour fixtures can be modified to provide illumination for small and large spaces. Other available wattages include 12, 18, 25, 30, 35, 55, and even 70-watt lamp heads.
24 hour emergency lights use 12-volt, 150-watt sealed lead-acid battery backup cells. SLA batteries have a temperature threshold of 122° F and can last between 3-5 years.
Higher voltage batteries may be installed for brighter lamps or power an additional remote head.
Self-testing - this feature monitors the battery backup and circuitry, thus eliminating the need for monthly light tests. Yearly inspections and cleaning are still required.
Time-Delay -Necessary for locations that use HID lighting like stadiums, gyms and parking lots. HIDs require 15 minutes to reach full brightness even after a short power failure. This feature will keep the emergency lights running during this warm-up time.
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