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General Purpose Emergency Lights

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General purpose emergency lights automatically switch on when power goes out and illuminate pathways toward exits in dry, nonhazardous locations such as schools, offices, and commercial buildings. They can stay lit for at least 90 minutes to guide evacuations and allow first responders and maintenance staff to find their way when working within buildings during an outage. Also known as egress or bug-eye lights, they run on batteries or have a battery backup to operate independently of hardwired fixtures. Emergency light units must be installed and regularly tested in accordance with local safety codes. Mounting them at the recommended spacing provides coverage to meet code-specific illumination levels along the path of egress and eliminate dark spots without overlighting.
General purpose emergency lights automatically switch on when power goes out and illuminate pathways toward exits in dry, nonhazardous locations such as schools, offices, and commercial buildings. They can stay lit for at least 90 minutes to guide evacuations and allow first responders and maintenance staff to find their way when working within buildings during an outage. Also known as egress or bug-eye lights, they run on batteries or have a battery backup to operate independently of hardwired fixtures. Emergency light units must be installed and regularly tested in accordance with local safety codes. Mounting them at the recommended spacing provides coverage to meet code-specific illumination levels along the path of egress and eliminate dark spots without overlighting.

Plastic Emergency Lights

Plastic Emergency Lights
Plastic emergency lights won't rust and are lightweight to ease installation. They are a cost-effective alternative to steel in areas where local safety codes don't require steel housings and where fixtures won't be subject to impacts or abuse.

LED

Incandescent

Steel Emergency Lights

Steel Emergency Lights
Steel emergency lights withstand heavy-duty use in areas where fixtures may be subject to impacts or abuse. They are commonly used where local safety codes require steel housings. Lights that are Chicago or New York City approved meet specific city code requirements for housing materials and light output.

Incandescent

Halogen

Recessed-Mount Emergency Lights

Recessed-Mount Emergency Lights
Recess-mount emergency lights install into a cutout and keep the majority of the fixture concealed below the surface. They protect internal components from damage and provide a cleaner look than surface-mount lights. They are commonly used in high-end commercial locations.

LED

Grid-Mount Emergency Lights

Grid-Mount Emergency Lights

Grid-mount emergency lights replace an existing section of T-bar to blend into a drop ceiling for a seamless look. These strip-style lights fit a standard T-bar footprint and conceal their driver above the drop ceiling.

LED

Square Emergency Lights

Square Emergency Lights
The flat lens and square housing of these emergency lights blends in with standard light fixtures and provides a more contemporary look than bug-eye lights. These architectural emergency lights are commonly used in high-end commercial locations.

Halogen

Plug-In Emergency Lights

Plug-In Emergency Lights
Plug-in emergency lights plug into an outlet instead of hardwiring into an electrical system. They save installation time and keep the lights portable, so they can be relocated to different areas to add emergency lighting or provide a temporary replacement for broken hardwired units. These corded emergency lights must remain plugged in to maintain the battery charge.

Incandescent

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