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- 3 Watt LED Exit Sign | LED Exit Sign with Battery Backup
- 5 Watt LED Exit Sign | LED Exit Sign with Battery Backup
- 2.4 Watt Emergency Light and Exit Sign
- 2 Watt LED Emergency Exit Light | Battery Powered Emergency LED Light
- 4 Watt LED Emergency Exit Light | Battery Powered Emergency LED Light
- 3 Watt LED Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Light | Class 1 Division 1
- 2 Head 8 Watt Explosion Proof Emergency Light and Exit Sign | 1040 Lumens | Class 1 Division 1 | 5000K | 100-277V
- 3 Watt LED Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Light | Class 1 Division 2 | 100V-277V
- 7 Watt LED Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Light | Class 1 Division 1
- 2 Head 10 Watt Explosion Proof Emergency Light | Class 1 Division 1 | Class 1 Division 2
General Information: LED Emergency Exit Lights
How Do Emergency Exit Signs Work?The exit sign is lit from a power source at all times. When the power source is disrupted, then a battery backup kicks in and keeps the exit sign lit. When power is present, it is also used to recharge the battery.
Where are Emergency Lights Required?Emergency lights should be placed in hallways and general locations to light up pathways to available exits. Corridors and stairwells should all contain emergency lights.
What Parts of a Commercial or Industrial Building Require Exit Signs?All doors lead to exits, as well as doors to stairwells. Your city or town will identify what is required as part of your permitting.
When Does it Make Sense to Use Exit Signs?This may be a matter of local code. They typically have rules in place that indicate all the location’s exit signs are required.
Are Exit Signs Required to Have an Emergency Backup?They should, as they are important means of egress if the power goes off or there is an emergency.
OSHA Requirements for Industrial FacilitiesCheck with your local building inspectors for their guidance and guidelines.
Checking Non-Maintained Emergency LightingAt least yearly, most lights have battery check buttons.
Fire-proof Emergency Exit SignsThey are fire-resistant and are designed to withstand flames for certain periods. However, the most standard options are not.
Exit Signs Requirments in Commercial BuildingsAt least 1 for every doorway leading out of the building, and at every door leading to a stairwell if that stairwell is designed as a means of egress. Check with your local building inspectors for their guidance and guidelines.
Popular LED Exit SignsWe have several. They are:
Before You Buy: LED Emergency Exit Lights
Waterproof Exit SignsWe have wet-rated exit signs. We also have a series of explosion-rated exit signs that are waterproof and IK10 impact-resistant. However, most standard exit signs are not waterproof as they are normally used indoors.
Do I Need an Exit Sign with Emergency Lights, or Can I Just Use Exit Signs?Your local building code will help you get the proper mix of lights. We offer all three, exit signs, emergency lighting, and exit signs with emergency lights.
Emergency Lighting PlansYes, we can. You can request a photometric plan here.
Minimum Lux Level on Emergency LightingStandards may vary, but the lights should stay on for 90 minutes and provide at least .5-foot candles of lighting.
Do Your Exit Signs Come with a Test Button?Some of our lights have a test button.
How to Test Emergency Lights and Exit SignsYou can either hit the test button or turn off the power to the circuit to test the lights.
How Long Do Emergency Lights Last For?They should last for at least 90 minutes.
Explosion Proof Exit SignsWe have explosion proof rated exit signs - Class 1 Div 1 and Class 1 Div 2.
High Temperatures Emergency Exit LightsWe have high temperature rated – up to 140F.
Turning off Emergency Lights in a BuildingOnce power is restored, the lights should go off automatically. So, there is no need to turn them off.
Installation Information: LED Emergency Exit Lights