Fires, Quakes & Tornadoes

April 26, 2013

Emergency Lights are important basic safety lights that help building occupants make their way towards the closest exit during a fire, earthquake or other scenario in which facility power is suddenly lost and the basic illumination system crashes. The inner electrical power of this equipment and lighting was produced from batteries that can maintain lighting for 90 minutes after power is lost to the building itself. Because these lights tie into your building’s power supply, they are constantly charging, so batteries don’t need to be changed. They should be tested monthly to ensure they are still working properly.

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