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Emergency lights are a type of lighting fixture that is designed to light a pathway or exit from a building in the event that the electrical supply fails. This helps employees to evacuate safely, reduces the likelihood of panic and injuries, and protects them from harm or death during a power failure.
Emergency downlights are designed to provide a small amount of light to help people evacuate a building and avoid danger. They are a discreet safety solution for a wide variety of buildings including offices, factories and departments stores and are also a legal requirement in many environments.
Unlike most lights, emergency downlights are powered by a battery and can run for up to 3 hours in the event of a power failure or when the mains power is restored. Available in maintained and non-maintained operation, our emergency downlights can be fitted flush with ceiling recesses to be discrete and unobtrusive or surface mounted for a more decorative look.
The latest generation of LED emergency downlights are more efficient, environmentally friendly and offer a range of brightness options from warm white to cool white. They use less energy than other traditional lighting technologies and last longer, which means lower maintenance costs over time.
LED Emergency light is an essential device for ensuring safety and security of your home, workplace, study room etc. These are designed to switch on automatically as soon as the main power supply is interrupted.These lights can provide upto 4 hours of backup power when fully charged and help you deal with a sudden power cut in an easy way. They can be easily installed and are a one time investment that will last for many years with proper usage.
These emergency bulbs are self-contained and contain all the elements within their own unit (or a single metre). They can be used at places such as bathrooms, corridors and garages where a back-up power source is not available.
They are powered by rechargeable batteries and use the battery as their power source when mains is unavailable. When power is restored, the inverter circuit switches them back to using the main power source and they continue working as an emergency light.When these are used with a dimmer switch, they do not work properly.
Ensure that these emergency lights are tested at least once a month to be sure they are working correctly. Also ensure they are installed at appropriate locations so that they can be used without being obstructed by furniture or other items.
LEDs are the most energy-efficient lighting technology of today and they are replacing traditional alternatives. This is especially true in the case of emergency lights where they can help businesses avoid paying for high maintenance costs, saving on energy costs and reducing the load on backup batteries.