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OSHA Code of Federal Regulations
• Requires adequate and reliable illumination for all exits
• Requires proper maintenance to assure that exit lighting is in continuously proper operating condition
NFPA 70 - National Electric Code
• Requires specific illumination and performance of emergency and exit lights
• Provides functional standards for battery-powered emergency and exit lighting
NFPA 101 - Life Safety Code
• Requires a monthly inspection of all emergency and exit lighting systems
• Requires an annual test of all emergency and exit lighint systems
International Fire Code
• Requires proper illumination of means of egress
• Requires assurance that emergency and exit lighting systems will provide illumination for at least 60 minutes
NFPA 1997 5-9.3
Periodic Testing of Emergency Lighting Equipment
An annual test shall be conducted for a 1-1/2 hour duration. Equipment shall be fully functional for the duration of the test.
Standard Fire Prevention Code 1999
807.1.4 Exit Illumination and Signs A functional test shall be conducted on every required emergency lighting system at 30-day intervals for a minimum of 30-seconds.

Emergency Lights

Fully Recess Emergency Light Series : ELSE

Fully Recess Emergency Light Series : ELSE


Fully Recess Emergency Light Series : ELSE

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Wet-Location Incandescent Emergency Light Series : ELTFX2

Wet-Location Incandescent Emergency Light Series : ELTFX2


Wet-Location Incandescent Emergency Light Series : ELTFX2

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Remote Capable Incandescent Emergency Light Series : ELXR

Remote Capable Incandescent Emergency Light Series : ELXR


White or Black Housing

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6 and 12 Volt Steel Enclosure Emergency Light Series : EL89

6 and 12 Volt Steel Enclosure Emergency Light Series : EL89


6 and 12 Volt Steel Enclosure Emergency Light Series : EL89

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Steel  Emergency Light Series : ELSM

Steel Emergency Light Series : ELSM


Steel Emergency Light Series : ELSM

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Steel Housing LED Emergency Light Series : ELSDXLR627

Steel Housing LED Emergency Light Series : ELSDXLR627


Steel Housing LED Emergency Light Series : ELSDXLR627

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20 Gauge Steel Emergency Light Series : ELSL

20 Gauge Steel Emergency Light Series : ELSL


20 Gauge Steel Emergency Light Series : ELSL

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Decorative Outdoor LED Emergency Light Series : ELBO

Decorative Outdoor LED Emergency Light Series : ELBO


Many Functions, Many Housing Colors

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Incandescent Emergency Light Series : ELTB

Incandescent Emergency Light Series : ELTB


Incandescent Emergency Light Series : ELTB

Buy your ELTB series today at the low price of $215

5-8.1.3* The floors of means of egress shall be illuminated at all points including angles and intersections of corridors and passageways, stairways, landings of stairs, and exit doors to values of not less than 1 footcandle (10 lx) measured at the floor. Exception: In assembly occupancies, the illumination of the floors of exit access shall be not less than 1/5 footcandle (2 lx) during periods of performances or projections involving directed light.

5-9.2.1*
 Emergency illumination shall be provided for a period of 1 1/2 hours in the event of failure of normal Lighting. Emergency Lighting facilities shall be arranged to provide initial illumination that is no less than an average of 1 footcandle (10 lx) and a minimum at any point of .1 footcandle (1 lx) measured along the path of egress at floor level. Illumination levels may decline to .6 footcandle (6 lx) average and a minimum at any point of .06 footcandle (.6 lx) at the end of the emergency Lighting time duration. A maximum to minimum illumination uniformity ratio of 40 to 1 shall not be exceeded.




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