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Emergency Floodlights

These types of luminaire contain one or more lamps, which operate if the normal mains supply fails. An unswitched* (see note below) emergency light is "off" during normal operation. A live feed is provided to the unit that feeds an inverter which trickle charges the integral battery pack keeping these fully charged. In the event of a power failure a relay inside the unit switches the DC battery supply to the lamps on until either the batteries are completely discharged or the mains power is reinstated. See below for more information.

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Interior Adjustable Twin Emergency FloodlightInterior Adjustable Twin Emergency Floodlight
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Interior Adjustable Twin Emergency Floodlight

3 Hour Non-Maintained Operation
Affordable LED Emergency Floodlight - Non-Maintained Affordable LED Emergency Floodlight - Non-Maintained

Affordable LED Emergency Floodlight - Non-Maintained

Provides 400 Lumens for up to 3 Hours when Power is Lost
IP65 Rated Twin Emergency LightIP65 Rated Twin Emergency Light

IP65 Rated Twin Emergency Light

Rated for Exterior - Can be Used Internally
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In the UK emergency lighting normally operates for three hours. This is based upon pre-existing design standards (before EU legislation that requires only one hour) and continues to be the norm for UK installations. Three hour battery packs are bigger than one hour battery packs which can cause location problems so this needs to be considered before purchasing and installation.

*A test of the emergency lighting should be carried out periodically to ensure the system operates (and lamps have not failed) It is also suggested that the emergency lighting is fully discharged to reduce "memory fade" within the battery packs. To make testing easier a "key switch" is incorporated to allow the supply to the emergency pack to be switched off and trigger the emergency lighting during working hours.