Emergency Lights

Emergency Lights

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    Ensure the safety of your employees and customers in case of a problem with our selection of emergency lighting. If there is ever a power outage, blackout, fire, lighting strike or any other problem, emergency lights are designed to provide 90 minutes of illumination. There several mounting types for different applications that include wall mount, recessed, and ceiling mounted. Emergency lights are designed to with quality construction and durable materials such as aluminum housings and tempered glass lenses, which allows them to last for a long time. They're also available in various colors to coordinate with your space as well.

    There are several things that need to be considered before purchasing emergency lighting for your space. We'll go over the different lamp types, configurations, mounting options, and how they operate below:

    • Pay close attention to the lamp type when choosing emergency backup lights. If your area is not in constant use, models with an incandescent lamp type would be acceptable. However, models that have an integrated LED light source would provide better visibility with a flicker-free light output.
    • Selecting an emergency backup light with the appropriate number of lamps is extremely important. First, determine the size of the space and how many foot candles are provided from each head, as well the direction of the light spread. To ensure complete safety and effectiveness, there needs to be enough visibility for employees and customers to safely locate the nearest exit. Adequate illumination can be achieved with either a single fixture with three directional heads, or installing several single or double head units throughout your space. Typically, building code states that one foot candle is needed per square foot, so keep this in mind.
    • Most emergency lights are wall mounted. However, there are recessed options available as well. A wall mount version can be placed just about anywhere. Even though a recessed option provides a very clean look, they require a more in depth installation process. It really comes down to personal preference when selecting which mounting type you want.
    • Its important to go with a battery operated option since these lights are only used during a power outage. Even though many units can be set to operate when the power is still on, the battery option will ensure they will be on in the even of power loss.

    We offer emergency backup lights in a wide range of wattages, lumen outputs, voltages and more so you'll be able to find the right option for your space. All of the emergency lights we carry have automatic operation, so you'll never need to worry about the safety of your employees and customers.



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