New York City emergency lighting fixtures are specifically made to meet the strict demands of the Big Apple and can be employed in any building in the five burroughs. They are certified by the city's building and fire authorities which require an unbroken path of light to all building egress points. This requires a higher voltage and redundancies to be in place that would not be required in other cities.
Like all emergency lights, the NYEL will illuminate for at least 90 minutes after building power goes out. During normal operations, the lamps will be off as the battery is continuously charged by the building's AC electricity.
The NYC emergency light can be used for most commercial facilities including office, retail, and schools. This model surface-mounts to most inflammable surfaces. The emergency lamps are fully adjustable to provide a significant area of illumination.
Though thes fixtures are built specifically for New York City, their high standards make these units applicable to most any state or city in the United States and Canada.
The 20-gauge steel housing protects the internal battery and circuit board. Dual lamp heads are top-mounted, with room for a third remote head.
Sturdy magnum terminal connectors enable large gauge wire to be utilized, which increase the installation flexibility.
Utilizes 120/277v AC electricity to charge the battery and includes solid state charging circuitry, low voltage disconnect, AC lockout and brownout protection.
Standard New York City emergency lights are equipped with (2) PAR36 12-volt, 9.0-watt lamp heads. More powerful lamp heads are also available upon request.
Other lamp wattages include: 7, 12, 13, and 18.
Unit is powered by a 12-volt, 36-watt sealed lead calcium battery with an average lifespan of 3 to 5 years. Higher capacity batteries are available; please see the category page for a wider selection of models. The recharge time is 24 hours and the max working temperature for the battery is 122º F.
Auto-testing - A self-diagnostic feature that eliminates monthly and yearly battery testing and automatically alerts the user of any discrepancies.
Time-Delay - After a power failur, buildings with fluorescent and HID lighting can take 10-15 minutes to reach full brightness. The time delay feature keeps emergency lights illuminated for this 15 mintues period after power is restored.
Cord Set - Connect your emergency light to any standard 120v AC outlet.
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