If you live and work in New York City, you may not be aware that the laws for emergency lighting and exit signs are much stricter than anywhere else in the country. Because our bustling metropolis has experienced catastrophic high rise fires, floods and terrorism, emergency systems just gotta be tough! That's why if your 20-gauge steel emergency battery unit goes out in a narrow hallway or stairwell, getting an inexpensive 6V 9W sealed beam incandescent emergency light bulb makes total sense.
These sealed glass reflector bulbs are the perfect lamps for New York City buildings, which often require multiple Par 36 style lamps to keep building escape paths ililluminated during an evacuation. NYC-approved fixtures are typically wired with heavy gauge terminal wires that connect to the + and - brass tabs on these 9 watt incandescent sealed beam lamps. Just use the lamp data below to determine if the LP-204 will give you the 1 foot-candle coverage on your path of egress.
Typical indoor scenarios for that might require a 6 volt 9 watt incandescent Par 36 bulb include tight spaces that don't need a whole lot of light. Incandescent is still a popular alternative to HIT and halogen lamps which can cause temporary blindness when observed directly. The LP-204 also does not get as hot as the aforementioned lamps.
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