Our Remote Capable LED Emergency Light is constructed in ABS thermoplastic, which is impact and flame resistant. This series has fully adjustable heads to provide maximum light coverage. The low- profile and contemporary appearance, combined with LED economy and dependability, the LED-90 Series is an effective solution for office, retail, and residential emergency lighting applications.
The LED-90 Series is suitable for wall or ceiling mount and can be installed onto most types of surfaces. The lamps are easily adjustable and ililluminated for at least 90 minutes after power is lost. The universal mounting plate allows for effortless installation. Operates using 120 or 277v AC power.
‚Ä¢ Both lamps contain 12 white LED bulbs (Remote option available)
‚Ä¢ Applicable for Damp Locations
‚Ä¢ Universal J-box mounting capability
‚Ä¢ Compact design, self-contained unit
‚Ä¢ Nickel Cadmium battery
‚Ä¢ Dual Voltage
Emergency lights ililluminate the exit pathway in case of an emergency power outage. The LED-90 Series is designed for indoor commercial use in all types of applications. The LED-90 emergency light will provide a minimum of 90 minutes of battery backup powered emergency illumination.
The LED-90 Series is constructed from an injection-molded, v-0 flame retardant, high impact, thermoplastic enclosure. Plastic emergency lights are favored for their usability and affordability. This model comes complete with two fully adjustable LED head lights, a back plate for mounting, and all installation hardware. An external battery backup test button is standard on all emergency lights.
The emergency lights have 12 ultra-bright white LEDs bulbs, which are positioned to cover a vast area. The bulbs have a longer lifespan than their traditional counterparts and provide up to 100,000 hours of illumination and only consume up to 4 watts of energy yearly.
The Emergency Lights Co. is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Our expert staff is available for questions and/or sales at (800) 407-0707 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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