LED Emergency Light Recessed Blade With Spitfire Lamp White 4W EGS4RS
Battery Size & Type
LiFePO4 3.2V 3.0Ah
2 W (emergency)
1 W (maintained)
200 lm (emergency)
60 lm (maintained)
-Exit blade with twin spitfire
-Recessed mounting, IP20
-Surface mounting box is optional
-Built-in LiFePO4 battery, replaceable
-Intelligent charge and discharge
-3 hours emergency duration
-Self test is customizable
-Cut out: 400 x 70mm
-With 1.2meter flex and plug
-Driver housing: PC, 850℃ glow wire test
-AS CISPR 15
What Are Maintained Emergency Lights Types?
Maintained lights are illuminated all the time (24/7) for safety. This means that they switch to a battery-powered emergency output. Even if the power fails, the light will remain on.
This safety light is most commonly an LED, and it should illuminate an exit path and should be easily seen should there be a fire to provide the occupant's safety.
An emergency lighting system in continuous use is called a maintained system. These lighting systems typically remain illuminated 24/7, and each light has dual purposes - one as a regular emergency lamp and another as an emergency light. Maintained lighting systems are often used as escape route lighting and found in buildings such as hospitals or police stations.
What Are Non-Maintained Emergency Lights?
Non-maintained lights usually are not illuminated and will only turn on (illuminate) when the power fails. - The batteries are constantly being charged while ever there is power to the fitting. Power can be cut to a building in the event of a fire. Fire safety security alarm systems can control signs and luminaires. These fire safety systems require appropriate training, building signs and appropriate lighting.
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