Our LED emergency light is is the most compact and efficient emergency light available today. A nickel-cadmium battery provides emergency power illumination to (2) LED emergency lamps. The LED lamps require 1/4 the electrical power of standard emergency lights, reducing the size of the unit and improving the maintenance profile. LED emergency lamps last for up to 100,000 hours and the Ni-Cad emergency light battery lasts for 5-7 years.
The LED emergency light is constructed from white thermoplastic and features adjustable lamp heads that are gyroscopically mounted for easy positioning. The LED emergency light surface mounts to normally inflammable ceilings and walls. A simple push button allows easy testing of the emergency light's Ni-Cad emergency light battery. The LED emergency light is UL Listed and comes complete with a five-year warranty.
The LED emergency light is designed for indoor use. Choose the LED emergency light instead of a traditional incandescent emergency light for all types of commercial applications including schools, offices, and apartments.
The LED emergency light is constructed from flame and corrosion resistant ABS thermoplastic. The housing comes standard in white, and is also available in black.
The LED lamps for this emergency light require less than 1 watt of electricity to produce the same illumination levels as a standard 5.4 watt incandescent emergency lamp.
Lamp Type: LED.
Lamp Rating: 1 watt, 100,000 hour expected lifespan.
120/277v AC dual-voltage operation is standard. Other voltages available upon request such as 220v and 240v.
The LED uses a 3.6v Nickel Cadmium emergency light battery. Provides a minimum 90 minutes of emergency power to the (2) LED emergency lamps.
UL924 Listed for the U.S. and Canada, CS860, NFPA Life Safety 101, UL Listed for Damp Locations.
Five-year warranty on parts, five-year prorated warranty on battery.
The maintenance required for this emergency light fixture includes monthly and yearly testing of the battery backup system. LED light source lasts 1,000 times longer than standard incandescent emergency lamps.
8-10 year expected lifespan on all components except replaceable battery (5-7 year lifespan).
Nickel cadmium battery backup system features brownout protection and low-voltage disconnect, ensuring a long lifespan. Push button testing is easy and reliable.
The low profile, stylish design creates a high level of appeal for such an affordable fixture.
This low profile emergency light is the perfect fixture for many commercial interiors, especially upscale environments. This emergency light is affordably priced and outfitted with the latest in LED emergency light technology.
This emergency light is suitable for surface (wall and ceiling) installation. This model is suitable for indoor and damp location installations on normally inflammable surfaces. Use two of three provided wires to connect the unit to AC power. Use the black(120v) and black(Common) wires for 120v AC connections and the red(277v) and black(Common) wires for 277v AC connections.
The LED Emergency Light has quickly become the most popular model for indoor commercial applications. The nickel cadmium battery lasts for up to 7 years and it's also one of the most compact units that we offer. The LED Emergency Light is lightweight so shipping is more affordable than traditional emergency lights. There are a few other types of LED emergency lights that we offer, which feature a metal cabinet and are designed for heavy-duty commercial use. Heavy duty LED emergency light models are popular for applications that require extended run times, because they require a smaller battery but can operate just as long as traditional incandescent tungsten or halogen models. There are many advantages to LED emergency lights and understanding them is important to making the best decision for your project. LED emergency lamps are more sturdy and durable, and thus much less likely to break if bumped into, because it's solid state lighting.
Posted by James hackett on 16th Aug 2012
These lights are very bright indeed. Easy installation and about the same price as buying the old lead acid batteries for a unit that does not operate as long!
Posted by Trevor on 27th Apr 2012
I was tasked with outfitting an office building in downtown LA with exit signs and emergency lights. These were delivered promptly and proved to be the right product at the right price.
Over the years, we have developed a secure checkout solution for quality emergency lighting and exit sign solutions.