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Emergency Lighting

Emergency lighting is either run by batteries or other independently powered light sources that are designed in a way that they activate when there is a power outage. It creates darkness in the workplace which affects the productivity of employees overall. It is mandatory to use emergency lighting in modern commercial and industrial building codes. Most building codes also require installing emergency lighting to serve as a retrofit for the older buildings. Emergency lighting is also used for se...

Emergency lighting is either run by batteries or other independently powered light sources that are designed in a way that they activate when there is a power outage. It creates darkness in the workplace which affects the productivity of employees overall. It is mandatory to use emergency lighting in modern commercial and industrial building codes. Most building codes also require installing emergency lighting to serve as a retrofit for the older buildings. Emergency lighting is also used for security purposes that provide a level of lighting in the egress path, allowing people in the building to exit in situations of main power failures safely. 

Most modern building codes require the installation of emergency lighting systems. However, the codes could be different for different countries.

Purpose of Emergency Lighting

Emergency lighting is installed in a building to guide the employees towards the exit of a building safely. Contingent upon the idea of the structure and the expected dangers and snags that could impede a laborer's capacity to take off, this could include utilizing lights to feature the exit or to give low degrees of brightening all through the structure. In specific occupation-related circumstances, for example, in a business airplane, floor-level emergency lights might assist in directing people toward an exit.

It is specified by the emergency codes that the exit sign must remain lightened in the situation of a power failure either with the help of external emergency lighting or through a lighting source that is already built in the exit sign. In certain situations, this lighting may be provided by non-battery power sources such as photoluminescence which glows in the dark.

Numerous occupational regulatory agencies have issued their standards for emergency lighting which must be considered by organizations while installing them. Along with NFPA codes, there are local building codes, international building codes, and international fire code standards that must be taken into consideration by the individuals responsible for safety at the workplace.

Difference Between Maintained and Non-Maintained Emergency Lights

A maintained emergency light, such as an LED light powered by a battery, will provide its average lighting level when the main power is available to it. When powered by a battery, its illumination level will decrease when the mains power fails. These are typically used in fire stairs and car parks. 

A non-maintained emergency light such as a spitfire emergency light will not light up until the mains power fails. This means they act as emergency indicators upon the failure of emergency lights. Non-maintained emergency lights are typically used in commercial offices.

Expected Life of Emergency Lights

  • When the emergency light is battery-backed, the battery can last from 3 to 4 years. The reasons for premature battery failure can be the following:
  • High Ambient temperatures.
  • When the emergency luminaires are stored for more extended periods before even installing them.
  • Leaving batteries without charging them for an extended period, for example, during construction.
  • Temperatures below 0ºC for LiFePO4 batteries can also cause battery failure.

Testing of Emergency Lights

According to AS 2293, a testing interval of 6 months and 12 months is recommended for testing emergency lights. The testing ensures that the lights will operate for 90 minutes with the battery power when the mains power is turned off. This will indicate that the battery has sufficient capacity and will operate the lights in case of a mains failure. 

It is also referred to regularly to clean up diffusers of emergency lights to ensure there is no dirt build-up and the lights work just fine.


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Knightsbridge
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IP65 LED Emergency Bulkhead The MLA IP65 LED emergency bulkhead with 3-hour emergency duration is IP65 rated making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. The MLA EMLED1 can be set for emergency operation in either maintained or non-maintained modes. It is therefore ideal for use in corridors, workshops and permanently illuminated emergency exit signs. Features & Benefits Discharge duration (2 x sub C cell) 3 hours 255 Lumens (200 when on back up) IP65 rated Powder coated pressed steel Chassis Self extinguishing polycarbonate Body Self extinguishing polycarbonate Diffuser 1 piece rubber Gasket Emergency Light Fittings There are two basic types of emergency lighting luminaires - maintained and non-maintained. Maintained,These luminaires have the advantage of being able to be switched between the maintained function (lamp illuminated at all times) and non-maintained (lamp off until power supply fails), making them ideal for applications such as corridors, workshops and permanently illuminated emergency exit signs.The maintained luminaires also have the facility of being switched in banks of up to ten units. Non-maintained,These luminaires are only illuminated on a failure of the mains supply. Ideal for emergency exits, switchrooms and storage areas.
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The Knightsbridge 230V IP65 2x3W LED Twin Emergency Spotlight. Integral auto test facility ensuring periodic testing at pre-programmed intervals. 3 hour non-maintained Robust lightweight polycarbonate High Lumen output Long life, low maintenance emergency light source 6000K, Daylight, 490lm (EM mode
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The IND3LS5 in a great industrial emergency light. With industrial grade build quality this emergency light is suitable for all scenarios such as factories, warehouses, studios and any other suitable circumstance where emergency lighting is needed. The IND3LS5 features a very easy to install mounting for every scenario. The capsule type design also features a sliding electronic base module meaning you can slide all of the electronics out easily for any maintenance and cleaning. The device also has an IP68 rating meaning it can withstand any dirt, dust, sand and can be submerged in waters of 1.5m for up to 30 minutes. Features & Benefits – • Rated IP68 – The stainless steel body is great at resisting dust and any water so it’s less maintenance in the future. • Wall mounting – Wall mounting makes the IND3LS5 easily mountable above any door, exit route or any notable areas. • Two 4W LEDs – Two powerful 4W LEDs producing 400 lumens that is capable of great efficiency for prolonged battery life. • 3 hour battery duration • 400 Lumens – 400 lumens provide a brighter more conventional sign for everyone to easily read. • Cool white light – This device outputs 6000K colour light allowing for high visibility. The power supply is a self-contained unit with an individual NiMh battery. Can I mount this to the ceiling? Yes. This particular device is mountable to the wall and ceiling. What temperatures can this operate in? This particular device is rated to work in temperatures from 0-40°C Is the lamp supplied? Yes. The lamp is a LED so is surface mounted to the circuit board
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Day-Lite Ex-cel Surface Mounted Luminaire, M3, 220-240 AC 50/60Hz, 1 LED 2W, 251Lumens, Automatic Self Test, Environment Temperature 0-30 Degrees Celsius, White/Clear.
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EMERGI-LITE
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Navigator Compact Exit Sign, M3, 220-240 AC 50/60Hz, LED Strip 2W, Automatic Self Test, Environment Temperature 0-30 Degrees Celsius, White.
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2W NON-MAINTAINED LED EMERGENCY KIT Key Features:
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Weatherforce Surface Mounted Luminaire, M3, 220-240 AC 50/60Hz, 1 LED 2W, 207 Lumens, Automatic Self Test, Environment Temperature 0-30 Degrees Celsius, White/Opal.
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Legrand
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SATI Emergency Exit Luminaire (BAES and BAEH) Standalone emergency exit luminaires for PABs and industrial buildings. With a removable connection hook. Can be fitted with accessory ref. 625 95 Installed on the ceiling with a double-sided diffuser ref. 625 98 Standards NF AEAS Sati Performance Exit Routes & Route Guides There are two basic types of emergency lighting luminaires - maintained and non-maintained.,Maintained,These luminaires have the advantage of being able to be switched between the maintained function (lamp illuminated at all times) and non-maintained (lamp off until power supply fails), making them ideal for applications such as corridors, workshops and permanently illuminated emergency exit signs.The maintained luminaires also have the facility of being switched in banks of up to ten units.,Non-maintained,These luminaires are only illuminated on a failure of the mains supply. Ideal for emergency exits, switchrooms and storage areas.
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Guideway 22M Recessed Luminaire, M3, 220-240 AC 50Hz, 1 LED 2W, Environment Temperature 5-35 Degrees Celsius, Includes Arrow Up and Blank Pictogram.
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Knightsbridge
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White Surface Mounted T8 Luminaires with Emergency Function Metal body CAT 2 Aluminiumn louvre High frequency electronic ballast Suitable for surface mounting only 1 x emergency ballast with 3 hour battery Maintained Normal versions available, see 739-1372 etc Note 739-3191 Fittings take the 550mm Length T5 Tubes
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LED Emergency Light Bulkhead 6 W

LED Emergency Lighting Bulkhead 1.2 W IP

LED Emergency Light Fitting 3.9 W

Emergency Lighting Kit, 4 W

LED Emergency Light Fitting 2 W

plastic residential lighting block IP43

LED Emergency Light Recessed 1.4 W

LED Emergency Light Fitting Recessed 4 W

Fluorescent Emergency Light Modular 2 x 58 W

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