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The benefits of emergency light
Every building needs an emergency lighting system in place to ensure occupants can safely exit the building in the event of a fire. This is a legal requirement for all buildings, irrespective of their size or whether they have an official or residential use.
There are many different types of emergency light, each providing a different level of illumination. These can range from a simple'switched off' LED lamp to a battery powered unit which will automatically switch on in the event of power failure.
The type of emergency light that you install depends on your needs and the specific area in which it is to be placed. For example, an office or industrial facility may have a need for emergency exit signs and also require high risk task area lighting to highlight equipment and areas of high physical risk where there is no clear escape route.
Annual testing is required to ensure that the full rated duration of the emergency lighting (e.g. 3 hours) is still available to occupants during a period of simulated mains failure. If the lights are individually switched this test can be carried out on a single walk around the building or circuit and it is common for fire alarm servicing companies to carry out the annual emergency light 'drain' tests at the same time as they carry out their fire alarm system maintenance.
Choosing a Rechargeable Camping Light
A Rechargeable Camping Light is a great addition to your pack for many reasons. Besides the obvious benefits of saving on batteries, rechargeable lights can also be more reliable in cold conditions and at high altitudes where traditional battery life is typically shorter.
The most important thing to consider when selecting a rechargeable camping light is how bright you anticipate needing it to be. A brighter lamp requires more power, so look for options with a wide range of outputs and modes or a dedicated dimming feature to keep batteries running longer.
LED Camper Lights
LED camper lights are a great way to reduce your power bill and increase the lifespan of your RV’s light bulbs. They also offer a better alternative to incandescent bulbs and halogens, which burn hot and cause eye irritation.
They last longer, use less energy and do not produce UV light that can damage upholstery, curtains or drapes over time. They are also much lighter and cooler than halogen or incandescent bulbs which helps to keep the temperature inside your RV down.
You can find LED camper lights in a variety of color options including cool white, natural white, and warm white. Natural white is best for areas where you want to focus while warm white is great for reading or relaxing in your RV’s cabin.
Choosing the right color for your LED camper lights is essential to get the best light quality. For example, a cool white LED will produce a brighter light but may look bluish, while a warm white LED will provide a warmer glow and is ideal for bedrooms or areas that need to relax.