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90 minutes of emergency illumination is the benchmark set by the NFPA and Underwriter's Labs for all emergency lights and exit signs in North America. These life-saving fixtures will stay lit for this 1 1/2 hour duration, allowing enough time for building personnel to reach a safe rallying point.
However, many residential facilities require a much longer runtime as occupants may be in their rooms and could easily sleep through an emergency. In such cases, a building caretaker or firefighter might have to search room by room, a process that can take several hours. Their job will be much easier and quicker with long-lasting 8 hour emergency lights.
Eight hour emergency lights can be used in the following environments:
These units are built with a 20-gauge steel housing that is powder-coated with a baked enamel finish to protect the unit from rust. Standard finish is white, though you may request almost any primary color you wish. Call for availability.
Steel emergency lights offer a degree of protection against outside damage which might harm the internal circuitry. Some cities only allow the use steel fixtures for this reason.
These lights are available in custom voltages upon request, though you may also change them at will by swapping out the lights and circuit boards.
Dual Par36 style, 9-watt lamp heads are constructed form high impact thermoplastic, are fully directional and typically side or top mounted.
8 hour fixtures can be modified to fit any lighting need, large or small. Other wattages may be ordered including 12, 18, 25, 30, 35, 55, and even 70-watt lamp heads.
8 hour emergency steel fixtures use 12-volt, 150-watt sealed lead-acid battery when running emergency power. Max working temperature is 122° F and will last between 3-5 years.
Higher or lower voltage batteries can be exchanged for a shorter or longer running unit or to power an additional remote head.
Self-testing - this feature continuously monitors the battery backup and circuitry and will eliminate the need for monthly periodic testing. A voltmeter test and internal cleaning and inspection will still need to be conducted once a year.
Time-Delay -Great for parking structures, pools or arenas that use HID lighting such as sodium vapor or metal halide lights, which require 15 minutes to reach full intensity even after short blackouts. This feature leaves the unit running during this warm-up time after power is restored.
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