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Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Lights

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Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Lights are available in both Class 1 Division 1 and Class 1 Division 2, all under UL844 certification. These lights are also high temperature rated, up to 149F and high impact rated at IK10. IP66 rated for both indoor and outdoor use.
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  • 3 Watt Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Light | Class 1 Div 1 Exit Sign
    3 Watt Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Light | Class 1 Div 1
    $1,211.87

    Availability: Built to Order 4-5 Weeks

    Sku:

    MLLG-E-LED-EXPLJ-3-50-C1D1 – 1766

    Watts:

    3

    Color Temp:

    5000K

    IP:

    IP66

    Volts:

    100V-277V

    Operating Temperature:

    -40°F to +140°F

    Mounting:

    Chain-Cable | Pendant (3/4 NPT)

    Dimensions:

    16 in W X 11.7 in H

    ETLRebatesC1D15000K100-277VIP66
  • 3 Watt Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Light | Class 1 Div 2 Exit Sign
    3 Watt Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Light | Class 1 Div 2
    $399.14

    Availability: Built to Order 4-5 Weeks

    Sku:

    MLLG-E-LED-EXPLW-3-50-C1D2 – 1676

    Watts:

    3

    Color Temp:

    5000K

    IP:

    IP66

    Volts:

    100V-277V

    Operating Temperature:

    -40°F to +140°F

    Mounting:

    Pendant (3/4 NPT) | Ceiling-Surface | Wall

    Dimensions:

    16 in W X 11.7 in H

    ETLRebatesC1D25000K100-277VIP66
  • 7 Watt Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Light | Class 1 Div 1 Exit Sign
    7 Watt Explosion Proof Exit Emergency Light | Class 1 Div 1
    $1,252.72

    Availability: Built to Order 4-5 Weeks

    Sku:

    MLLG-E-LED-EXPLJ-7-50-C1D1 – 1767

    Watts:

    7

    Color Temp:

    5000K

    IP:

    IP66

    Volts:

    100V-277V

    Operating Temperature:

    -40°F to +140°F

    Mounting:

    Chain-Cable | Pendant (3/4 NPT)

    Dimensions:

    16 in W X 11.7 in H

    ETLRebatesC1D15000K100-277VIP66

Frequently Asked Questions

There’s a lot of questions around explosion proof exit signs, so we asked our customers what questions they wished they had answered before they made a purchase. Scroll below or call (888) 423-3191 to speak with a lighting expert.

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General

What Are Explosion Proof Exit Signs?

These are exit signs that have been certified to operate inside hazardous locations. They include battery backup options to stay lit when the power supply has been cut off.

Are Explosion Proof Exit Signs and Exit Emergency Lights the Same Thing?

Yes and no. Emergency lights provide lighting when the power supply has been turned off, where exit signs provide an indication of where an exit door is. Sometimes, the lights are combined as one unit.

BEFORE YOU BUY

When Does It Make Sense to Use Explosion Proof Lighting for Emergency Exit Lights?

If the environment requires it. If your environment is a hazardous location, you may be required to use explosion proof rated fixtures.

How Much Do Explosion Proof Exit Signs Cost?

Let us know if your requirements are for C1D1 or C1D2 and we can provide you a quote. These units are made to order.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS

How Long Does the Battery in the Emergency Exit Light Last For?

Typically, these batteries last quite a while, and can be discharged / charged 100s of times before they need to be replaced. If fully charged, you can get up to 3 hours of operation.

If an Exit Sign Gets Hit by a Forklift, Will It Still Be Explosion Proof?

That depends if the fixture is damaged or not. If the light is damaged or structurally compromised, it should be replaced.

INSTALLATION

Are There Any Special Installation Instructions for Explosion Proof Exit Signs to Ensure They Stay Explosion Proof?

All our fixtures come with complete instructions and should be installed by someone who is licensed for the installation of hazardous location fixtures.

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